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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 25 December 1903

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 25 December 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 12 August 1904

" f «f wgpS!' '' ''';' i 1 Éfe:¿'p' r< ' ■1 llwfcÉ*1 V Si'M# b$M Zw* f '• I ' '' Ill fi;>v warn , Vil-1, ■ ! 11 !<■ ASKS® r- , .t.-'.'''1" '.W". . ,'•?)' ,. > ,v i ,< M® "' ■ gm ■ igHMpBpMaspr lllf Ü'M%' IIéIIhí ■M$v WKm iljphiilar ■ , 7 '< I" «■ ;: ■ ,/ ' ; :• '•'* ■ " • • it ■ «aaa • ■. ■„ ■ d , JÉ* « ' . ;•> '• ; .V . « j® .•• ' f. ¿i- h'l • V < ttisen^lRecocb (EonaoU&atcb. ' ' rr^r^-y7— i ■ ,■ t-::r}r~r— . 1 .' ", [•' , 1 ==== mii ORANGE, TEXAS. FRIDAY/ AUGUST'12, IM4- NUMBER 12. Went. W. H. STARK, Secretary-Treasurer; The Lumber Reporter's Peregrinations Over the Sawdust Roads a BY... ...ARTHUR L, FORD. I' 1 11 1 . ^JBnSliroE ®mS m- TEXAS= The situation in lumber circles this week presents Very few changes from what it has been for the past^fjnight, unless ■ it be that ■■ ■■■ 1 1.1 II ! I ■ I ii 1111 i;iiiim m , . g c " r" the number of „ statins ¡ manufacturers report this week a slight fa MANUFACTURERS OF THE SmiM fjír, pV >, ^ r ' '■ ■", MM ■ :...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 12 August 1904

f' ■' " m v * warn Immm ■■ I ■ 111 j;(*¡Í&SC P"^"" • ' -'■ •■ . . ~-a 9 ¡BBI mm - i - ' 'I— X' gq¡Npfra 'IcMS ... '•.■■ ,■.," ' ; ■ 1 '-■- -' ■ ■ i: '''■■■■>"■■ ■' Si' ... . ^m -u-- v .. >'" • ■■■* ■ ' ití; V KlB S1 fl i&tó 8h.';< fe K1 lr- j ÉiS5f ■ 1 i,r ;. -j..„ ^ y/ ■ •-V :> ■ >, S Ite'fitel in Orange. Prices will be slau Goods must go. No matter w Summer "JlK-vV- i V ..v.-i-- ¿ÍU 111 I 1 • SB-: A pipi ili business with 6 of our buyergftn the Eastern markets makes it necessary for us to slaughter^]! the house we have knifed prices-no department has been spar, ,ead this list and remember there are scores of other items that will save you many dollars :: :: 900 " 1500 " ' 850 780 44 i 827 '4 900 " 272 44 LAWNS it fftt, 44 (H&7i'«« « 10 " 12&12Í" " 15 & 18 14 <i 20 44 •« 25 « « 50 44 at 5c ::j; 2500 yds House cajnvaBs worth- up. to to 5c yd., in this sale for . ■> • . • . ««' REGULAR STOCK CORSETS All 50c values at "1,00 " 44 «« 1.25 " " - 4...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 12 August 1904

. on mm* and terrible of all skin a slight redness of the r fitrrn Eczema, the most common troubles, begins sometimes with skin, which gradually, spreads, and as the inflammation and itching increase, the entire system is .thrown into a restless, feverish condition. Soon little watery blisters or ECZEMA KEPT SPREADING.' . pimples break out, from which á clear liquid or " yellow fluid is discharged, which forms thick crusts and sores, or falls 'off in fine particles or scales, le place became red turn so th$t she. to&tti Lt times a yellow water ran from the kept gettius worse and worse, physioían prouounoetl it Eczema, and oiatvaents tut-.l powders, but It kept ago my wife hr.dab/oak:ng-ont below w v leaving the skin raw and tender^ or hard and dry like parchment. Eczema attacks most frequently the legs and arms, back and chest? fafce and hands, and is a disease that comes and gdes in the earlier stages, but is a perpetual torment and constant apaln, and would fcd it impossible t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 12 August 1904

mi i ©i i?,* é¿*"t, . # I ||p w 'Vvtw iKSIl ORANGE LEADER. PUBOSHED EVERY FRIDAY BY LEADER PRINTING COMPANY. nv" ' ■ °.,v..i. ^ — ■.■..■.■.■■■ '■ d.L. Harris. Arthurl.. Foro WZJ&.RRI& «& FORD, 1 EDITORS-AND PROPRIETORS. Entered fcjkUio i < toin , Oraug«\ T«**n, a «econd e7a n in* í TRUNIN; «1'5f imrynar In aijvaiico. Advortlnlug HHto« (n application'. . ~v? m hi — WSM m ■■ ■ *>■!■ IIWIIWI — A SHORT VISIT W ITH OUR PRI1 OF wr JpT"- |;P Hi pail) life ;v'/ si*'.'" y-0: L'iáWí' •••, I * ¡¡¡¡¡$ t' wmi SA í'w-'.p ■ l®¡ s ||1 <c P\Ú m ■ mm : 11"■ .; ■ ■ v. ' • ~'-v'. # , ■ THE JiEl'TIS CONTEST. + 'lL ^ . / ; « ' ¡ v , * h ' ' State Chairman Frank Andrews hás addressed a letter to Gol. Waiter D. Bettis arid to Walter A. My- rick, stating that he would appoint a sub-committee of five to investigate the Bettis contest and arrive at a decision on the-rights of the matter if each would agree : to'Ebide by the decision of the comniittee and to heart- ily support the winner i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 12 August 1904

•«I m : U& mim VV ersonal. Miss Maude Miller is at home jn Orange'>gain, after visiting rela- tives at Pollock, La. Irs fill he* I M (Bail Hj í al (on « Ú I for. Ar© the words that have too often mislead you and cs you to turn loose your hard-earned cash only to fiAd when ' TOO LATE" that you have been made the victim of a well-laid scheme. If bargains are what you are hunting for, we have them, and remember, our goods are new; they haven't been ón our^shólves for the last TWENTY YE ARS, neither have they been picked over for the past ages. Hot Weather! Hot Old Times! AND RED HpT PRICES are what shall confront you at our store for the next 1 77;<7i)i lie B 1 *° Isemi lían Iron loe's Irrtif lioes lee. ;7 ,7 I P* L ' ( í'Sfii ne w< kmon^ bprod 'ort A tbine • e in ed in ' .;.V imont Art! i.-.'l" 0-!V'* 1 fron i hu Saturday, Monday and time we'll use pur reduction knife 1 ' " 1 ' " 1 '-USSL- Aüg. 18, 15, 16. This ■tí iltó following articles:* 25 bolts Torchon Lice from 2 to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 12 August 1904

MBPHÉSliíe I ^ .... 88vM¿|w!!i&^ y¡£ r. *.'-/ ? mmMMgu ii ' -■*./, •, M ' ' *!>"' " ¡ ':f #33 &W;i. 'w* mS' Ib HMB ■•; ¡-C a •ir.yTMfl Bl; " ■ fe Sí • Sfli! —r- -TT Detailing the Companies and 5tatlng Regulations te ■ Oovern ¡hen , I % ip € Mm Arrangements are being rapid - ly completed by Adjutant Gen- eral John A. Hulen for the attendance of the two provision- al regiments ot the Texas Nati- onal Guard on ¿he army manfeu- ■ vers at Manassas, Va., to take , place early in September. The general orders covering the necessary arrangements to be made and naming the compan- ies that are to attend and the personnel ot the staff ot the two regiments have been issued. The Orange Rifles, Co. K, third b—- F0rinf0rmatl0n conc«ning Mescal Co,l,ge write If mm , II ii provisional regl ■ ment, under Command ot Col. Cecil A. Lyon, and at Manassas will form a paft ot the First, bri- gade of the second division of the army* to be located at Man- euver Clamp No. 2, near Thor- oughfare, Va...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 12 August 1904

■Ü:1 '*•:■' .r-" r ■v ■. . wmmmmmm 1 , Pf £ - •■' íH ||j|J KSIII $¡jL ¡¡¡tpT L' ■:" ív.-'V. Él &%; ?$$# Sf flEi ■;r.' ■ le 'v «SP wm for the entered and the the ¿Convict; ?BR9 í'J'C i $20.00 $SS-< byAjthe lay! and Bea i iin j , ■ / fi- " - '• ..1 • •>'< L: •• ■ i-: ■■"■.' ;• ¿ S3 While majiy are availing themselves of the extra- ordinary advantages we are offering—both in price ! . ■■' i v :'í t' . . ■ ' ■ '' ill Ü® j- ' Y W:> •" ' ' . 1 and quaiity—there are some who seem to overlook to sup- |HMHIRRRHI|HM WW MIII their own interests so far as to go ( ••i' ply their wants. We carry everything you need for . O ' j: Your Table Your Wear Your House : 1 ■v é\wm M i Also a full line of Masury's Mixed Paints, the kind we have contracted to furnish for the Opera House •* *• ;:-m (fSfflJK 1 ■ kv'Híf ii'ti if! WmmM- mmM s<W® ■riífMMé We deliver up to eight o'clock Saturdays *?•> L. MILL E R. - mfjM ' ■ *■'■4, i a £1 1 '■< M Spend County Affairs. New Roads Ordered, Im...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 12 August 1904

, ¿s "from Cruz. The first ship of the line to load at Fort Arthur was the iris, which took on a cargo of 15,000 railroad tics Wednesday. It is the in- f' vention of the company tb establish a weekly schedule out of Pprt'A*- thur within the* next ninety days, and they will pay especia} attention to-the lumber traffic. Mr, Boyd is well pleased with the outlook for s for the new line of steamers and expects to visit Orange quite in future and secute a large amount of tptinage from this place. The Lemon Lum.ber company's mill at Lemonville, after a steady n of several months, shut down this week for several days to undergo me necessary repairs. While the mill is down the company is over- ling their big road engine, used on the main line of their tram road, hrinking on the tires and making other repairs, and doing all the work it their own shops at LemonviUe. This mill has been doing an excel- lent business for some time past and under the management of R. M. Williamson has.turned out a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 12 August 1904

.'..V ISflBSB wmL feí É l ! M' 'A. psx r- We like best to eaU scorn emulsion food because it standi so em- I Í '} . phatically for perfect nutrition. ( > And yet in the matter of restor- '« ¡ >ng appetite, of giving new ( strength to the tissues; especially J ■ to the nerves, its action is that 5 ot a medicine. á SCÓTT & BOWNETchimUt., J I 4 I *>*4'5 Petri Street, - New York. rt , joc.andfi.oo; all druggfo*. < | in Friilt a nd Truck Association Holds Interesting Meeting and is Addressediby Dis- í tinguished Visitor. A man's house should be on the hilltop Of.cheerfulness and severity so high that no shadows rest upon it, and where the morning-conies so early thart the day has twiqe as many golden hours as th< other men. - —Henrv Ward Beecher. During the recent alarming trou . hie in 1 he Cripple Creek district, of Colorado, the first act of the mil itarv authorities was to close ev ery saloon/in the region.—Union Sig?ial. ■ Qmmmm The local option clction held in Gr...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 12 August 1904

insects i, ve in tliis • that wliilé tbe mosqui awful bad here, they : vu y few as compared to number at Port Arthur and ibine Pass. ..V' '" §|llt 1 ' nothing better for Liver deionge- uwlconstipation than Cnamberlain'B ''and Liver Tableta.—I*! P. Án- .«Dcb Moinea, Iowa. For Sale by-B. Hewson. • Au« ipgKf '' ijW \( % K; -¡A M ■••' \ The Old Tank Gone. (The old" elevated tank that has been such a prominent fea-, , —.ie ot tbe Wingate. mill site tor ' so many years, was taken down this week, on account of having become unsafe. Very few indi cations are now left that this was once tbe site of one of the largest saW milling plants in Southeast Texas. ,,'V ' we<*k t MB west daughter', Miss Carrie Hudson and her friends'. Misses Hattie Longley, Nettie May and A.nnie C. Gober, trom/Cloudcroft, Yesleta and;El Pá/so, and a d^ frightfully entertaining house party they form, too. y|yj|jjjjj| Stop thajHJouglr. land thus is prompt r relie! *, sick and. Sfer- over iudalgencn and -in company wi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 12 August 1904

— • / 1111 vw ü-t'.: • mm W w>w> - W LEAB'm AVG B% i«4 «raMMM . **ttaUMMMH* w . .■>•nktr :ffittUIMÍMtlKM^^ .'•> • WWÉWK •.. >íi ■ ' <• • ^ -.y .'MP -ívk;, ¿i ;■'. • . .' < ~ ' ,/V: ' •■• ' V, • 'v'" " '" ;■■&.'>£ •'■'■' -'''v n-?n$' .v'• ..■ ■ímmM:- Wm m&M *m fK & r !>.« ■' . ■ ■ $ ax-iteae t. ■■ iw ?ií.-,).-. <Y ¿I-ii I slH! ■RB I^IPMf. v. • ,':V '' ■/'■"•. ,'"'.l!v5^""r' '>'.1 p.S$VK : J¡k '•¡dLsfyfa ^' • *' ■L^^JW raKÉs MWÜÍ C'.'i?. í"i' ni . •; v y, , , K' Éi'rkí ' : ■;:vA.-ív:&fe;■¿'^J * • - ■íiii11 ij- 1 f." : "" ■ m ■ ' I ■ Zmm ■jV/M I ' ■ ;lfe SKI SPif« £#-y-; ' '.'■ . ■:■, :^KúiW~'Vliti!. ?$.y BÉK'^p^fe^ llíf RKüi ■ ' ■ .^1 -vil I . , ■ ' i-, ..■•■• y.¿:-!'w '■ ••''. , ' • '•. - .. "A • • i WWM mmm. ■ ' ' ■ ■ ' ;. ,: '■■ ■'.. ' v'-."-;; v":7; v-V" i' :'r : "' ■■ •. "'-v* ...IMIP B«^H hm$m I t;e :■. ■ : ■ K.rJ mm I L jh on a h:¡ Hiü ^' '' im "m ' m,m¿s beautiful summer event which will • '-V- i ■■ - Tí 1 ; vv^'. ■ .A mmm I I 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 19 August 1904

m mm k-ú,.H:. .' ' Milk ■ :■ NUMBER 13 mm ¡Jm¿¿ lumber Reporter's PerejrinailQns Over the Sawdust Roads. ARTHUR L. FORD ■ im.:: n1"' iL "in. ' wmmmmmmmmmsmmJ re is very little change to note In general situation this i¿ length, and.for feet iñ fv. bJl finish has not'kept pace^withtbidetoáncl for items on the hand sideof the, list and there ^*¡JPle "tócks of this class of mat The1 actions of the price list committee in increasing values nri flit northwestern listón án averáge ot one dollar per thou- ^A^ JTmTm "he approbation of manufacturers in this aiiiiilNÍTv a dc ' section There is scarcely a "doubt that prices will continue to stiffen all along the line and for the balance of the year the Sills will get better values for their product than they have been able to for the past eight months or.more. Texas generally is buying more lumber now than she has for the past twelve months, especially that section of the state m emits monujui qa agregate"the total r"eached in July, though all...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 19 August 1904

■ • • , ^ ■- • ■ ^ 'ÍiMk'i';. . ■ He wjm1: - : .• WítMMM-.ká:, ifá¿\ Mú '<. pi' •tihi W«WDS. I Our sole knowledge of the peo- lleon other worlds and how far lie people there differ from our tams, can only be guessed by comparison with animal nature on this •mail sphere Of oura. More important to us i a knowledge of ourselves. '"Know Thyselfwas an old Greek thought. How to take care of one's own oody is not ao simple aa some think- the human mechanism is a wonderful thing and requires watching. •One man who hi done nioie to'teach thei American people how to care for their bodies than almost any other, Is X)r'R. V. #1en*, Of Buffalo. N Y., the Author of ¿he "Common Sense -Medical Adviser." líe It is not the quantity of the food rtilch produces strength, apd health (for some people can keep stronit oh a very its ííMá huí auuic pcupic can Keep strong on a very ss^ssax sfcs«2 earned to nourish every organ of the body. ..... J pl. . i Jterjr organ of the body. It 1 , therefore, vitally...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 19 August 1904

>Ví> v' J V %í ' ' í • , V5. ' ;vi/ ü . ¡p¡; s: •J JÜ ni i (¿f-rit: M'im. 3 i Pi :/ j ■■ ÍMV'tMV While maüy ordinary Ives of the extra- we are offeri ng—both in price and quaiity—there are. some who seem io overlook their own interests so far as to go etsewhere to sup- I J ■Mm ply their wants. We catry everything you need fo v Your - . ■; —— Your Hou Also a full line of Maaury's Mixed Paints, the kind ■ . we have contracted to furnish for the Opera House J'.v'• -v- li $|vj®■ " ' ■vr eight o'clock Saturdays We deliver K'i 'X*M HMffl 1 1 ,v,,'V¡v- m w. Hal a :W?-i r r mmm . m ■ • •• ^ ■ ■ — v í®«SS 'k SJWji —— '.w Í^bEHBm^S HUH '§émm ü ¡Éá excels all others ig depth, and purity of , lightness and delicacy of touch and are FULLY GUARANTEED by us. I ' I-® 1 ; &; <fm; 1 MB A ésígI Bill m are built ol well-seasoned iV ■ , _ . to the Coast iíatóiriWS'' « :V >1 Country "B ' I"- .v v ■■ • ■v"' . 'V'i'-t/- i , JÍ v« m 'Jiffli ON EASY TERMS YQUR HOME Ü9...1 erroSliace ad Uiarrh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 19 August 1904

wmm I mi Vi VM^'tST. . M*J jTOSwrq mam .v m. *Vv •.'.*•.•• • ■ . rir--'"'' s.-: j«®K¡ypp¡>pMw ; M n s=áfe=¡w: c=s=s COUNCIL IN SESSION. :t Routine Business, Monthly Bills, then Adjourn. E The City Council of the city of Orange met in adjourned reg- ular session at the city hall on Tuesday night, August 16,1904. Mayor J. J. Windhampresiding, and the following aldermen present; Joe Weaver,H. Starts, W. H. Qgden, M. V. Anderson, and Julius Miller; 'City Secre- tary—K. A. Mitchell, Marshal James P. Orain and City Attor- ney E. L. Bruce, present. It was moved and carried that the bill ot the New YoFk Belt- ing company be allowed and IIHPR HI carried that City Secretary K. A" Mitchell be 'appointed to assist the street Committee in placing the street -lights under new contract with the light company. Ordered paid Moved and w i HH 0M Irain, impounding dogs, SM m$í AH Moved and carriéd that tbe - . ..street committe be authorized to locate Fourteenth street bV survey and report at next m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 19 August 1904

1 , >m ■■■■■lumber tSide " are at fault; Probably e yards here, and new si prepared by both yards for tt other goods which they handle." |i, 1 i i i;' ' ¡ '! ' 'jj : ' á / V' ; . \ f ,y IP(P.- ■ i C. L. Smith, of Almadane, La., oqe of the rmen on the Sabine river, and a loyal m< -Boo, was i a Orange for a day this w i with the Orange" Lumber company, 1 extensi ve lodging contract. Mr. Smith $ wn „ order ot ^ . óg busi- whom he lias :s an immense unt of timber in the stream realty to come "out, but says the have not been sufficient to raise the river to a logging?! , the water in the Aijacoco being about high enougp'to get timber straightened out, but not to start it on its journey. John Taylor, of Stewart, Lewis $ Taylor, lumber dealers" Rajrne, La., Spent a day among the mills at" Orange.this week. He reports the outlook very encouraging in his section, t being a particularly favored spot in that cotton, cane and ce air are grown and all do exceptionally well, all bf the this...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 19 August 1904

1: fí' T"clu! Th.«Hi'tv TV mwsm ig-Mgyw; 11 ■ iii'vi' 'i""; ■■ ,'v i" i'/r^1.1",' .■ i v''I'MmawSyé TOT® ■ '■ mm •T i.-k. r* Elected. e City Board of Education met last Friday ait the office of tile secretary, with six óí the • seven members present, the )bject beiajj to elect teachers ' ¡fvap^'pciés faculty oi the city schools. Out ■■ || ot a large number of applica- tions presented seven were selected as being most fitted for jtbe positions. After the first ballot, four of these were drop- ped and on the third ballot, Mísk . ' * •• • :• -..v ■ • 1 . Annie Thomas, %of Orange, and Miss Fredrica Mosely, ojtr las • were declared elected the vacancies. These young ladies will teacTi the second and Seventh grades, but!will not be assigned ufftll aiter the return . of Superintendent S. B. Foster, who is spending his vacation at his oldhQm? in Alabama. Miss Thftmas is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Thomas, of this city and has been teaching for . ; several years. She is an amiable and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 19 August 1904

I ■ Vñ$ enriches the everybody- feels bad in the HI, ys the fots the hot v.:"' !•'<* Y ¿Y , Y'; . . particular ailment but are- just L out and -totally unfit for work or anything else that requires energy or effort, xope around upon the border-land of invalidism, irritable, peevish, hysterica! and u<*piC. : :: ¿S; 5 A good appetite in the spring is a rarity, and we sicken at the sight of food, or thought ting, and what little we do eat is a burden to the stomach ¿nd a tax upoii lhe digestion. Warm weather is sure to bring put the hidden poisons, germs and seeds of .disease that a rarity, and we sicken at the sight of foo4, or thought to make its appearance. carbuncles, and like eczema and tetter, pay mal visits and make life miserable by their ntense pains and intolerable itching and burning. The fight for health should begin before any ing symptoms of physical collapse are felt,or ore the seeds of disease have time to germinate feel the need of a thoroughly good blood ton!* w...

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