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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 30 January 1897

We have something to say about Jackets that ought to be of in? terest to every house? hold. En the first place, we have determined not to have a single' garment of this kind left on our hands. We have and our for mar prices ranged from $4.50 to SI 7.50. Now IE WILL OFFER Our $4.50 Jackets at .. $2.25 Our 7.00 Jackets at . . 3.50 Our 8.50 Jackets at . . 4.25 Our 1010 Jackets at . . 5.00 Our 12.00 Jackets at . . 6.001 Our 13.50 Jackets at . . 6.75 j Our 15 00 Jackets at . . 7.50 Our 17.50 Jackets at . . 8.75 DON'T STOP BEBE! Look OD D?WB lllfl GOlMIi. WE OFFER $10.00 Plush Capes at .$7.50 12.00 Plush Capes at . 8.50 15.00 Plush Capes at . 10.00 22.50 Plush Capes at . 15.00 12.00 Astrakhan Fur Capes .... 8.00 15.00 Astrakhan Fur Capes . . . 10.00 12.00 Baltic Seal Capes 8.00 18.00 Baltic Seal Capes 13.00 25.00 Baltic Seal Capes 15.00 Two Fur Collarettes, only $4 each. Look out for our big cut in Millinery. In factall Millinery Goods go just at half price. Our $10 hats we will sell at $...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 30 January 1897

How many hap py marriage tics are daily cut asun? der by the grim destroyer, death. How mauy women go radiantly to the altar, only to pass ^a few short months ^of agony and pain, v$ and then go down |jsf to early graves. There is one cause of this ever-recurring tragedy. No woman should enter the marriage state without some knowledge of the physiology of the female organs of reproduction, nod of the necessity of keeping them always healthy and vigorous. Ignoraucc on these point"? digs graves for thousands of happy brides but a few months' journey from the altar. There is a sure and speedy remedy at band, j The most marvelous medicine ever dis- \ covered for women is Dr. Picrce's Favorite Prescription. It is the discovery of a most eminent and skillful specialist, Dr. R. V. j Pierce, chief consulting physician to the In- ! valids" Hotel and Surgical Institute, at Buf? falo, N. Y. It acts directly on the delicate organs that make wife hood and motherhood possible. It makes them health...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 30 January 1897

FLESH EATINQ HARES. A Skeptic ffui Convinced Wim? lie Saw Olio Munching Mutton. ? ITaro iu a dish never seen on a Spanish table, bocanse in Spain there is a Biiper- ' etition that hares in tho night 50 into churchyards and dig up the graves and [ eat tho dead bodies. A writer who spent some timo shooting in Castillo, whero game is very plentiful, relates how ho was convinced of tho fact that tho hares do eat llesh. Ho had been told so by ^tho country people, but had treated their .assertion as a ridiculous ficSbu. Tho next time ho found himself in a party of j sportsman ho repeated what ho had j heard as iv joke, but to Iiis surprise every ono listened quite gravely and assured him that it was perfectly *ruo. They themselves had frequently /?.ten hares eating flesh. As he still expressed doubts on the subject, however, ono of tho com? pany offered to bet him 50 liters of wino that he (tho Gcrmau) should seo a hare eating meat. Tho bet was accepted. The next morning,very early, the S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 30 January 1897

8 K K W The carpenters and painters j* ,? now have charge of my store *t room to reQt and remodel iu ? every respect. I iutend to havo jj a bright und attractive place of * buHioess, where every article will ^ *j bo marked in plain figures and j* w sold nt strictly on? price. Mv j* rceihnds of doing business will bo & " on business principles and 1 hO|>e ? ^ to have my new iiorue ready to ? i eceive 3'i>u about February 18. Watch for Special Announce- j* ?! ft *! - r* ?a * 1 E. WILE, I "W Sacrcj?orto Jos. Cohu. )*> ^ Cor.Campbell nnd.7efl*rsonSt8., I ROANOKE, VA. | North, l'*ast,T?outh, West the llower of (lours Is "Pillsbury's liest.11 Coats a little more than any other be? cause it is worth more. And it. makes more bread, makes whiter bveatl, makes better bread. Your grocer may tell you something else is "jusl as good," but it isn't. HAWKI?S I FIELDING, Agents, Ilartsook Building, Market Square. \mmzi s. Davis. ontcc No. D Campbell Ava....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 31 January 1897

PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS, vor,, xvii, No. ?o I'ICICK i 11 k i. [: UUNI'B. i I his WB&TUIB l-) Forecnat for Virginia: Fair, follow? ed Ity slmwers |it aoutlierii portion ut night nurdicusterly ' wind*: Slightly warmer. cleveland c l l E? Honest Value, y StO?. y e _ e l l a ROANOKE CYCLE CO., a ]N AOKWTS. d bicycles d -Hair Brush is tilt) best kind to buy,, because the bristles are ?securely fixed In a solid handle, -which will not wari or split,ns -the kind made in two pieces, -one glued to the otlier, will do. Prices?50c, 7.V, $1, and ??upward. -For 50c we arc o(Torino. an ?exceptionally <lno sold buck -all bristle Mair Brush of our -own import. See our window. MASSIE'S PHARMACY. m ? L ?|We Are Pleased H C$.-To AN'XOIiXci: THAT A I.I. Alt- i^l ~M-Tlci.KS uofoiiT prom us can >?> .Vv-iik KK(sravri), m< 1st ALL frkk ;:?>-op ciIaimik?suMK p'kw bpk- r|8 ??)-rial bargains kncrayisu Is' !?) K::-. 11 a i :t; i: i) i: x r!: ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 31 January 1897

THE TIMES. I KYKHY MOKXING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKB PUIiLlSHINO CO., PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, 12a CAMPBELL AVK. S.W. TERMS BT MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID): Daily, ONE month. 50 THREE MONTHS.$1.60 " six months. 0.00 ONE TEAR, in ADVANCE. 5.00 SUNDAY EDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00 JANUARY. S M T W T F S . i 3 ?1 5 (i 7 ?8 0 10 11 12 1:: 14 15 10 17 IK 1!? 2ii 21 22 28 24 25 2G 27 28 20 80 81 . TnurtMarw- \ liWlneli Olllco . a hii.-ne*. ( fcdU?r|Bl KoolltH General Alger, of Michigan, has I teen "tendered the position of,Secretary of War in Presidentelect McKinley's Cabinet, and it is needless to aild that he has promptly accepted the proffered place. While in Ills case virtue may not Iks its own reward, it. is nevertheless certain that chronic office-seekers will take heart at his success and ho more importunate than e*.cr in their c Hurts to Secure 11 share of the loaves and lisle-s distributed by every Incoming ailministratinu. No man in the country enjoys the re? cent rtelcHt of Senator Hutler...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 31 January 1897

^Vegetable Preparation for As simitating ihe Food andReguta ling ihe Stomachs and?owcb ci Promotes Bigestion.Chcerful ness and Rcst.Conlains neither Opium.Morphtne i\or Mineral. lVOT NARCOTIC. Kcetpc of Ohl'Er&MUELPlTCUER J'ampkm Sec.i' stlx.Sama * JMtUe Sali, - yltu'sc Seed * J\l'pcmiint - Mi Curt urtoli Satft:, * Harm Seed - ClarifiedSwaar . Waitr/yreea rlairr a perfect Remedy for Constipa? tion . Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea, Worms .Convulsions .Feverish ncss end Loss of Sleep. Toe Simile Signature oC NEW VonK lxact copy or wrapper 1897 ew Year Bargains ^^^S^Our's is the place where a little money goes a long way. Everything in the house at bar? gain Prices : fin Elegant line of Furniture. ft Fine Assortment of Carpets and Rugs. A Fine and Varied Line of Queens ware. See Our Chairs?a fine lot to select from. 0@y~ Every article marked down to bottom prices. HABTBARGER &*PATTERSON Trustees for W.W.Workman & Co., 80 SAI.KM AVBNUK. Store runs through t&a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 31 January 1897

WAS IIB DROWNED? Sensational Development in a Drowning Case at Marion. Marion, Yu., Jan. 510.?(Special)?Last Thursday morning the watchmen at Loot & Lincoln's factory reported that n col? ored man had been caught stealing out of the warehouse, and upon being sur? prised in the act. attempted to escape on the ice on the mill pond, when the ice broke and he was drowned. His body was recovered about 8o'clock, and it was found that he was a man named Allen Graham, and on bis person were found keys to nearly every store m\n town, which accounted for a number of thie-dugs that bad been going on. It is now rumored that be was not drowned, but was killed by the watch man and his body thrown into the dam to avoid trouble. It seems hardly possible that he should have broken through the ice, as it was during the coldest . weather of last week, and the ice was at least three inches thick. The affair will be investi? gated and the truth brought, to light. The post-mortem did not repo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 31 January 1897

Inventory of Stock... Was completed the 30th, and we find our stock much larger thau an? ticipated. Consequently we propose to sell a portion of it at greatly rtductd prices: Lot'I?Remnants of every de? scription almost given away. Lot 2 ? SOG pair 114 All-woo! Blankets at S2.75. Lot 3-100 pair White Blankets si ghtly soiled, at less than half their cost. lot 4-250 Comforts, ranging in price from 49c, 59c, 69c, 98c, $1.19, $1.49 up. lot 5?Six Eiderdown Comforts, best quality, figured saline on both sides, at $3.50 each. lot 6-25 Fine Jackets, regular price $8. $10, $12, $15, $20; your choice for $5. Lot 7?10 Coney Fur Capes, Satin lined, $1 a piece. lot 8-10 dozen Florence Union Suits, best quality, 85c. 10 dozen Florence Union Suits, cheaper grade, 45c Lot 9-50 dozen Natural Wool Vests and Pants, fleeced lined, 19c, sell else? where 29c. lot 10?25 dozen Children's (tierino Shirts and Draw? ers from 5c up. lot 11-25 dozen Men's While and Grey Vests and Pants, extra heavy, 41c. lot 1...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 31 January 1897

Thi' man who lies wounded on the battle KS ^===- field i-= an object of pity. The first thought of "a tender-hearted comrade is to offer succor and sympathy. There art- many wounded nun and women on the ballle-ficld of life. Shattered in body and mind, and suflcrinp tortures before which tin- brief suffering of the wounded hero oh the battle-field of war. pales into insignificance. They make no outcry and their friends and acquaintances pas* them by without offering help. Their sufferings arc known only to themselves. These are the thousands of sufferers from ill-health. Their name is legion. The pity of it is that if they but knew it there is relief at baud. An unfailing cure for all the multitude of ills that ate due to disorders of the diges? tion and to impure bipod is found in Or. I'ierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It makes the digestion perfect. It restores the appetite. It fills the blond with the life-giving elements ami drives mit all im? purities. It is the great blood-ma...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 31 January 1897

STEALING INVENTIONS. tVw Men of CIc-ntuM Roap the JlcnefU ol Thuir 1 m;eneity. Just why iuvoutivo genius and gulli? bility should go together it is bard to say. Certain it is that inventors aro tho most guileless individuals in their deal? ings with others on business matters and fall easy victims to tho spiders who lio in wait for snch flies. Tho list of clever men.who walk today while thoso who rido owo their luxury to tho other man's genius and thoir own shrewdness is uu interesting ono. Hero aro it fow fuses pickod haphazard from tho chron iclo of inventions that failed to benefit tho inventor, or, at least, produced for him a little of what was his due. It is not necessary to bo very old to remember when hooks woro first put iu men's shoes in placo of holes iu order to save timo in lacing tho shoo at tho top. This was tbo brilliant idea of an invent? or to whom it should havo brought n fortuuo. It would have done so had ho been a shrewd business man. Boing merely an inventor, h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 31 January 1897

An Attractive a 9 1 M M 8 w _ 8 9 * Tlio carpenters an.l painters ?* now have charge of my slore ?*j room to relit and rcmoile1 iu ifj every respect. 1 intend to have 5 a hiieht aud attractive place of * business, where every article will >? he marked iu plain figures and hold at strictly one price. Mv tt methods of doing business will be t* on business pt iociplesand I hoi'6 ft to have my new home ready to ft receive you about February 18. *S> Waich for Special Announce- j* men i * <fi ?* 3 a * I **j Cor. Campbell und defl'erson Sis., :? 2 ROANOKE, VA. * Jf *y ?????? * * j> ?????* E. WILE, Successor to Jos. Cohn. Kurth, East, south, West the Howl-.-of Hours Is "Pillsbury's Best." Costs a little mure than any other be? cause, it is worth lucre. And it makes more bread, makes whiter bread, makes better breiid. Your grocer may tell you something else is ?? just, as good,*' but it isn't. HAWKINS & FIELDING, Agents, Hartsook Buildi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 2 February 1897

PATRONIZE I OUR I I ADVERTISERS, | VOL.XVJI, No. IO0 [~ ) THtt WBATHMU UjZH Vorocant for Virginia.: Tliraatoiiliii; ' weather und ruin; i>rol>al>ly oleurl jj in the evening) slight rise in temperature; northeasterly winds, shifting to westerly. And all oihar kinlj at :;? llrush is the host, kind to ?buy, because the bristles uro iirelyllxed in a solid handle, ?Which will nut warj or split,as -the kind made in two pieces, ?one glued to the other, will do. ?Prices?50c, 7.V, *!, $1.25 and ?-Upward. -For 50c we are otTcrinK an ?exceptionally line sold hack ?.dl bristle Hair Brush of one ?own import. See our window. I i/iASSIE'S PHARMACY. | *| We Are Pleased \i <??-Ti> announce 'i'll AT Al.t. Alt- t? ij?-?tk'i.ES r.oroll r pkom us man j^) -uk engraved, MOST ALL puek -op charge?some kkw Si'K- tw. --|.\|. ii aro aiN8 engraving l< *? fj?-charged extra; 9j ?A POINTER \&--Watoiiks auk now i iicapki: ?than'bvek iiep?...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 2 February 1897

(perry davis'.) A Pure and Safe Remedy in every caso it ml every kind of iSowel Complaint is ? Thlslsatnio statement and It can't be ni.i.lo too strong or too emphatic. It is a. simple, Eafo and quick euro for Cramps, Cough, Rheumatism, Colic, Colds, Neuralgia, Diarrhtea, Croup, Toothache. TWO SIZES, 2Sc. and 50c. THE TIMES. KVRKY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. R0AV0KE PUBLISHING CO., PUBLI8UER8 AND PROPRIETORS, 122 CAMPBELL AVK. S.w. TERMS BY MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID): DAILY, ONE MONTH. 50 " THREE MONTHS.$1.50 " SIX MONTHS. 8.00 " ONE YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 SUNDAY EDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00 JANUARY. S M T W T F S . 1 2 8 4 5 0 7 8 0 10 11 12 13 14 15 10 17 18 10 20 21 23 28 24 25 20 27 28 29 80 31 . I Itusiness Otliee.1 ; fctlllorlal Itooins. 1"4 Senator-elect Platt having succeeded in t unning New York politics to bis entire satisfaction, has taken a liitle run down into Florida for "rest and recreation." The revelations in the graud jury inves tigatious of municipal management in Louisville, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 2 February 1897

AYe?ctablc Preparation for As? similating UicFooii midRegula - liiif* ?!ic Stomachs and Bowels of mnsBBESsats. Promotes Di^cslion.Chccrrifl ncss and RcsLConlains ncillicr OpiunT.Morphine nor Mineral. Hot NAkootic. Iluipc orOMLYSLVWELTlTCIIEll J'jinpktn Sec.i' sf.'x.Sciuirr * jVntit/t SeTtt - sinist Scttl * Jipprmmtt - /// Oifiv/iattScJa* IlirmScrrl - ftiirifiet/ Snynr . hk-Utrvicm f-'larui: \ FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE ?OF A perfect Remedy for Constipa? tion. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea, Worms .Convulsions .Feverish ucss and LOSS OF SLEEP. Tec Simile Signature of NEW YORK._ EXACT COPY OK wrapper. 18 ON THE OF EVESY BOTTLE OF Oattoria in jrat cp in one-size bottles o?.Iy. it in net cold la bulk. Don't allow ar.7f:n ta celt yen anything oh'i en l!>? plea nr protnlto tbat it is "just ru gociP'nlid "will itaawor c-.cry jm:: poso." ?ir Sc3 that you j;et O-A-B-T-Q-E-l-A. /S97 Our's i& the place where a little money goes a long way. Everything in the house at bar? gain Drices: ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 2 February 1897

DYSPEPSIA, DIZZY, WEAK. TJr. Groeno's Norvura Made Him Strong: and Well. Mr. Joseph E. Hood, I2t) Front St., Woon ?bckot, K. I., says: " I felt weak and dizzy In the morning and tnv stomach would not digest well, and made me feel so it would burst. 1 bad excruciating pain in the pit of my stomach at times. mk. josspii E. noon. "I used Dr. Greene's Ncrvura blood and nerve remedy, and every dose save mc relief the moment I took it; the pain is all gone and 1 feel strong all day in fact, 1 feel liken new num. 1 would not he without Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy in tho house." If constipated, use Dr. Greene's Cathartic Pills "itli thcXervur?. Dr. Greene, 35 West Hth St., Neu York City, the most successful physician in curing nervous und chronic diseases, can be consulted free, personally or by letter. EDWARD JETER, REPORTER. On account of the heavy clouds the eclipse of the sun at 4:43 o'clock yester? day evening was not discernuble from this point. To-day is .the traditio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 2 February 1897

Was completed the 30th, and we fiad our stock much larger than an? ticipated. Consequently we propose to sell a portion of it at great)y riductd prices: lofl?Remnants of every de? scription almost given, away. Lot 2-100 pair 11-4 All-wool Blankets at $2.75. Iot3-I00 pair White Blankets sightly soiled, at less than half their cost. lot 4-250 Comfoits, ranging in price from 49c, 59c, 69c, 98c, $1.19, $1.49 up. Lot 5?Six Eiderdown Comforts, best quality, figured saline on both sides, at $3.50 each. lot 6?25 Fine Jackets, regular price $8, $10, $12, $15, $20; your choice for $5. Lot 7?!0 Coney Fur Capes, Satin lined, $t a piece. Lot 8-10 dozen Florence Union Suits, best quality, 85c. 10 dozen Florence Union Suits, cheaper grade, 45c lot 9-50 dozen Natural Wool Vests and Pants, fleeced lined, 19c, sell else? where 29c. lot 10?25 dozen Children's Merino Shirts and Draw? ers from 5c up. lot 11-25 dozen Wen's While and Grey Vests and Pants, extra heavy, 41c. lot 12?All-wool Twilled Red Flan...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 2 February 1897

At first thought jit seems impossi? ble that any hu? man being should wilfully embrace death. Yet thou? sands of women .daily court the ? i m-v i sag c d j monster. Some Jdo bo through ig? norance and other:-, thron Rh wilful neglect. The woman who neglects to look after the health of the organs most essential to her womanhood ignorant!}- or wilfully courts death, and death in a mow and a^.i nizing form. Ills of this description render a woman's life a daily burden, and approach* im: motherhood a menace of the grave. An infallible cure foi all weakness and dis? ease of the delicate organs that make wife hood and motherhood possible is found in in Pierce's Ifayoritc Prescription. It acts directly and only on these organs. It pre narc? the maid for wifehood and the wife for motherhood. It does away with the usual discomforts of the period preceding motherhood. It insures a healthy baby and makes parturition easy and comparatively , painless. Thousands of women have testi- I fi&amp...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 2 February 1897

HER INFINITE VARIETY. llovohcrna"Falth." wlicn tho sunlight etewli Through the church's heavy uir; A ra?l|ant t-alnt. by my side *iie kneels. And her *oul goes up in prayer. I lave her na "Charity," when her purse 11ns always another nilto To lift the weight of poverty's curse And make sumo weary heart light. But when she stands In an earthly guise. With her perfect love confessed, in tho trusting glance of her hrilllant cyea, It's as "llopo" that I loved hur best. - Uarry Kotnuino in Ludlos' Homo Journal. Studios In Psychology. Ono rainy morning in October I Kit quietly redding my paper, when there suddenly oanie to mo tho realization that I was not alone. In tho midst of my perusal of tho stock market quota? tions, 1 experienced the peculiar and in? describable psychic phenomena which indicate tho presence of another living being. As 1 am soiuowhat nearsighted, it is my custom to hold tho paper rather close to my faco when reading; and yet, with it in this position on tho morning ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 2 February 1897

An Attractive * E. WILE, Successor to Jos. Cohn, C< r. Campbell nud Jefferson Sis. ROANOKE, VA. The carpenters and painters now havo charge ol' my slore room to relii and rernode! in every respect. 1 intend to have abriebt aud attractive place of business, where every article will l>e rnnrkeil in plain figures and sold at strictly one pries. My methods of doing uusioess will be ott business principles aud 1 hoi-e to have my now home ready to jj receive jou about February 18. * watch for Special Announce men i. * K K K K * :* ?*. ft * m *>V* ?????H ??????????????? North, Fast, south, West the flower of Hours is ''Pillsbtiry's Host." Costs a little more than any ot her be? cause it is worth more. \w\ it makes tonic bread, makes whiter h end, makes better bretal. Your grocer may tell you something else is ??jus; as good," but it isn't. HAWKINS & FIELDING, Agnntcs Uartsook Building, Market Square. Lfi'MNCE S. DAVIS. Hi,.,, Insurance. &amp...

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