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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 25 January 1899

SBiMM. m*am~^^<^-.m*~**mmimggm/maw*ne. THE GAZETTF PCBLISIIKP EVKKVJiWllOXBSD-.., -BY? BARCLAY ANT) COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS-froflp ueh for first insertion and 50c. for eei continuance thereafter_ EDITORIAL NOTES. Tho Democratic party can do th country no greater favor than pi even ing its adoption of imperialism aa permanent policy. The squabbles among our ar ir officers in Cuba jurnish another argi mont against our undertaking the pe: rn anent government of the Philippine "Like master like man." Esga knew of so many humiliations place upon Miles by Alger that ba thong! he eould safely add a few himself. (ian. Eagan forgot that the inherer right of man to make an ass of himsd baa a proviso?that he shall not id j ur another m doing so. The league of Bimetallic Clubs c the Ohio Valley are arranging for convention, at Louisville, Ky., nei summer, which shall be au eye-opene to some persons. Had Mt McKinley fired Alger out o the Cabinet before the war with Spain he would...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 25 January 1899

^JUk^bur whose house ia conspicuously oi? lier least, whose leisure thu. is The chances are ten to < " I do all my cleaning willi Pbwder Sold by all grocers. Largest package?greatest economy. THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, Chicago. St. Louis. New York. I'o.ston. Philadelphia. YOU Want Shoes, WE Need Money. Let's Trade! Let's Get Acquainted * Specials. Good unlnundried Shirts formen, full size, double back anti front, \()/? You have paid fifty nuts for c better shirt. ?>,?(.. Extra value, men's unlanndried Shirts, all-linen bosom, Fruit of f-jfl/'*. tho Lonni muslin, made after the dollar sort, while thoy lust. ? " * lien's dull finished Gum Boots. tJt) Kl) School Umbrellas, fast colors, natural handles. T ?"*__/* / tit ? Extra value, Ladies' Corsets, white or gri y. ri \ We carry Thompson's Glove Pitting and R.&G. Corsets in all sizes. ?'*'?- ? We are cleaning out a lot of odd sizes in li c/#IVw. )!nu >,wnj/,j; Hats and Caps. If your size is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 25 January 1899

WE MUST H4V? OUR &ILVE One hilver elollar is worth as mut nv .ne poid dollar all the world ove but one doll .r of silver weighs as mut as txte-en lollara of ?_o!el: itt short, w r-tceivr tor one dollar sixteen tim more silve** than w. do of gohl. If ba a question as to carrying a larg sum (f money to a distance, of coursi gold WOnK. be preferably to silver b ronr.on of less bulk nnd weight; b it o every other aecount, silver ii far pre ferable. As a coin, guld is too vsiuabl to put in any denomination, for u-e, o less denomination than a quart r-eagl ($2.50), if, really,it should be less thai the full eagle ($10.?0); where es si.ve is safely siroulated in coins from a half dime, or dime, to the standard dolla all convenient, familiar and aoceptabh to all. Besides, if poid could bs made cur? rent, among the people, for daily use in circulation and exchange, it rrouh be at an immense loss to the public tor its softness causes it to wear awa** very rapidly, for which reason...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 1 February 1899

Ooo*0 \w*" mmmAmmm\\mmmT rn**" LEXINGTON GAZETTE. Vol. 95 No. 5 uxmg ton, Kockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, February 1, 1899. ?{ $1,50 a Year I TiirTiM.' \ urn IN ON..K DAY I i ??,.. ,.?,?., , r* uar* kian itu rt orr no CHRISTMAS Thoachinny instil is now over, nd I have turned my attention to my Grocery Department and filled my store-room full of fresh goods, including all sorts ot Christmas ?goods, such ns? Raisins, Cocoanuts, Figs, Citron, Currants, Nuts, Full Assortment of Candies, Staple and Fancy Groceries, purchased in Philadelpha and other cities. It will payyou to se .-iat a hand? some stock of goods I am carrying before you by elsewhere. tmTVio are still selling the beet once Fodder Yarn at l0|cts. ? D^nnmt+U,,*.*. that vou can buy a ggy, Carriage, or arness as KememberascV01.frollimt, Call ni d soe me at the old stand, corner of Main and Her.ryStn ets. W. F. PIERS Don't forget. that wc arc still handling thc Ai,d it has proved tue mest satisfactory piece of machinery...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 1 February 1899

E GAZETTE Published svbbt WaDireeD-/ ?nY BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 OCpei nch for first insertion and 50c. for ecah continuance thereafter _ I i . -= EDITORIAL NOTEB. The anti-imperial sentiment is grow ing- not only in the senate hut through out the country. The neut thing will be a milionairs trust, formed to lessen the cost of ut? ting elected to the Senate. Jt would be interesting to know who furnished the money with which TJ. S* Orant, Jr., attempted to buy his way into the U. S. Senate.* i """ We rise to enquire whether Mr. Richard Crokss has ths proper cre? dentials to make him adviser-in-chief of the Democratic party? Aa though the administration did not already have troubles enough, the Coban insurgents are threatening to etart a new revolt in Cuba, The administration is not makiug public its official news from the Philip pines, for fear of its effect upon the tr*aty, in the Senate. Gov, Stone's confidence in Quay's ra election was not as strong as bis word...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 1 February 1899

SOMITHINSNEW ?^ I*rge package of the world's be*t clennner for h nickel. Still Kreater economy m4-pou:ul package. All grocers. Marte only by THE W. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, Chicago. St. Louts. New York. Boston, Philadelphia. Let's Get Acquainted *f YOU Want Shoes, WE Need Money. Let's Trade! I Specials. 'Good unlauiulriod Shirts formen, full size, double bock and front. 'i(W? You have paid tifty cents for no better shirt,. Extra value, men's unlaundried Shirt*, ull-linen booom, Fruit of ly]t\f? the Loom muslin, made after the dollar sort, while they lust. I Men's dull finished Gum Boots, School Umbrellas, fast colors, natural handles,, S3.50. . 75c. ' Extra value, Ladies' Corsets, white or grey,. *\i\t? Vic carry 1 hompoon'o Glove Fitting and R.&G. Corsets ill Oil sizes. *)*" . We ow cleaning onto lot of odd size, in // c//,v,c )mi, tn ntl/oil .Huts and Oopo.II yon* aueic among them Ml SUVea (Jilli HUtUCl/* | Cut prices on all Winter Underwear to close ont. Good wool Over rf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 1 February 1899

tammmm? i .mn ,m*m a? mm.*, STONEWALL JACKSON'S WIT, Major Jed Hotki&s, who recently died in Stounton, once told the follow? ing otory to a friend to whom he waa driving f om Staunton to WeyeT'l Cate: "After our defeat of General Banks," said the major, "we halted in the voods where we stopped a minute or so to rest onr men, wno had been over? worked in the hard valley campaign. We went into camp with the intention, I suppose, of remaining several aay?, Ab 'Ut eleven o'clock on the second nijrht of the encampment General Jack son sent for me. The rain wai falling in t rrents. 1 found him io bil tent bending over a Bet of map! aid intent' ly studying the roads werah led ap the Valley to Winchester oed Harper's Ferry, over which we had jolt jour? neyed and fought, too. He asked me minutely about the roads, formation of the country, and other details; and while I was giving the de ailed infor? mation he interrupted me by laying: "By the way, major,! wilh yotl WOttld take a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 8 February 1899

n ' ' -i\ ?-',"-A SGT ON Ga^?Tp A ?U. i-xingtoii, ltockbridgc County, Virginia, Wednesday, February 8, 1899, \ 81,50 a Year linn we are still handling thc Tornado FODDER Gutter And it has proved iue mest satisfactory \ U c cf machinery ever in? troduced in this p it of the country, the only objection we have'to it ii tint wc so seldom ~^^ have a chance to Tcp ira /or it. We iioV have out nii 37 d io hoc rfV) , 3 '/ (^1 tii"-c dtttcs nnrl __. ? ' cveiy one ol thom hu, .-- ;FtJt%M given pevfe t i(it^:;i'- "i;.-i ,**"? ' tion. thin i- ;i big ' . ?-'?'.:;'':-l".^"*-"-^^' ehim but tee can prcte it. It will eave \ cn mere mr ney in feeding than any machine on tl e market, as it enable* yt a to feed your f< dder so aa to get the full benehil of i. Ask Any Of Your Neighbors wi o I ave nan I and they will tell von tl af we nrenol claiming too much forit lu cn.ne ion with thia we ?JI tho Star Crusher and Power Combine!. Tt fi rnisl e* j ower to cut your feed, Baw \ont wi , er do an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 8 February 1899

ihe Gazette PtTBLISHBD BVEltV WBOWBin./ | -BY BARCLAY AND COMPANY t LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 Olpei i nch for first Insertion wad 50c. lor eeaii continuance thereafter EDITORIAL NOTES. I Gov. lIcMidin, of Tenn., Lu the courage of hia eonvictions. He vetoed a bill authorizing tbe ii ty of Memphis to issue gold bondi, and annouaeed tbat ba ifould taootion no legislation discriminating against V. I. leg d ten? der coins,. Twenty-four states have, by formal voles of their legislatures, declared in favor of tba election of U. S. Senators by direct vote of tha people, but Con? gress still if aorei tba matter. It waa not difficult to maka aeveral of Wiaconain'a would-be Senators be? fore that tha State bas just pawed through tha coldeit snap it bal had for yean, If "Buck" Grant bad uied mora of hil mothan letters, and len of ioma body's money, hi migb bara dona bat? ter in bia dash for tba Senate, It is not surpriiing tbat Cubans should object ia oar military offic ali granting pertctual con...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 8 February 1899

rn ^\}r*m^^ - W Brooms and Brushes must be cleaned often, else they become dangerous geno col? lectors. Hairbrushes demand special attention from thc stand? point of both health and deanbe -tn. They ern be cleaned quickly and thoroughly by washing in a *reai suds made from WftsrSSP Gold Dust cleans everything quickly, cheaply, thoroughly, and saves both time and worry. THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, Chicago. St, Louie. Now York. Boaton. Philadelphia. Let's Get Acquainted * YOU Want Shoes, WE Need Money. Lets Trade! 39c. 50c. Specials. Good unlaundried Shirts for men, full size, double back and front. You have p^id fifty cents for no better shirt,. Extra value, men's unlaundried Shirts, all-linen bosom, Fruit of the Loom muslin, made after the dollar sort, while they last. Men's dull finished Gum Boots,. t#6) Kfk School Umbrellas, fast colors, natural handles,. \y- r Extra value, Ladies' Corsets, white or grey,. r\t\gt Vie carry 1 hompson's Glove Fitting and R. & G. Corsets ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 8 February 1899

?**? .ifT^^ffi*j^t?fCmmmmma*T* [NJ1 'HONS Ol PERFUMES. Would you liko io giro oui a per fume liko the bodj of (.ne wlio died ir I dor of sanotity? Nothing in easier. ? 1 'v,mt to smell like violets, make ;i bcql UMOOI injecl:-. 110* ol tb se flu trw. Yfu can vat j your per f med eesei cc .ns you pit a e, 1 ho per is rc: icely notic tl le unleaa one .: warm. Tbil mode ol seen ting one's perron wm ditcorer d iee tally. A uiorphino manhc was cale l sud? denly to Russia. She ha 1 nol li-ne to lay in a provision of ho. favorit drug, but a complacent doctor p om sed to send it after her. He dil so. ital the Eussiiin custom house would not let it puss The paternal government cf Russia forbids the importation cf mor? phine unless by chemists The inor phino maniac as a substitute tried essence of violets She rememberttl that an infusion of violets is soporific She made her subcutaneouj injection with a Pravaz syringe She fellatloepj and to her great surprise, a vcko in rx perspiratian, smell...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 15 February 1899

LEXINGTON GAZETTE. Vol.95. No. 7 iirvington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, February 15, 1899a -(81.50a Year Don't forget. that wc are still l:aild IfSg liie And it has proved tlie mo6t satisfactory piece of machinery ever in troduceel in this part of the country. The only objection wejhavo'to it_ is tbat we so seldom "^> have a chance to sell repairs for it. We now have out and iu use 37 of these cutters und every one of them bax given perfe t f-ntisf? c tion. Ibi* i* U bice cluim but ur can prone it. - It wi'l f-mv hu mr rc rn nev in feeding than ma, bme on tl e market, as it enables yu to feed veer fodder to ot lo wt t full benefit of t. ' *? Asfe Any Of Your Neighbors who 1 eve nerd i ami tiny will iel) u, il al v o , rerol ffin.ingte omnrb fe In coin, cu i, mnth Ibiei we rt)] the Star Creeher pud |v,vn. Combi It fannelet power lo cul your fi ed, mw ,c?r w o,<, or dc, m. y lisrhl we ik ahocn>heMlf cern md ce btopell.er.e:i wllp ml },I],d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 15 February 1899

m*m*ttnm.n ilPjsasMSaaaamaTJSaayaew THE GAZETTE PaULI9HEDEVKI!T WlOJfftSD./ ?BY? BA1 JLAY AND COMPANV LEGAL AD\rEKT18EMENTS s ! OSper nch for first insertion, and 50c. for eeah continuance thereafter EDITORIAL NOTES. The War Department has a new cipher, but it still has tbe fame cit. head and the scent of embalmeJ btef. Thc rank and file of the Democratic party, not a little clique, will name the Democratic candidate for neit yeer. Objection to thc Nicaragua Canal, by New York millionaires ned tke Panama Company, is worth eold cash io unscrupulous Congressmen. Ambassador Choatc bes arrived in London and got a glimpse of tke task he has before him, of Hying up to thc advance notices of him as a "funny man." If tba Philippine trouble would take public attention away from embalmed beef, there ara men of prominence who would not care how aenate it became. When Aguilaldo attacked Gen. Otis he found out at once the difference be tweeh fighting Spaniards and fighting Americans, and be paid...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 15 February 1899

silittii Large package of the worMt heat cleanse! for a nickel. Will irreatar economy in 4-poun package. All grocers. Made only by THK If. K. FAIRBANK COMPA Chicago, Bu Louis, New York, Boston, Phil*. Let's Get Acquainted Specials. Good unlaundried Shirts for men, fi You have paid fifty cents for no beti Extra value, men's unlaundried Shir the Loom muslin, made after the do! Men's dull finished Gum Hoots,. School Umbrellas, fast colors, natural h Extra value, Laities' Corsets, white or ( We carry Thompson's Glove Fitting We are cleaning out a lot e>f odd size Hats aiul Caps. If tout size is among thc Cut prices em all Winter I'nderwe ar te and Undershirts,. If your feet neeel covering, be you see us, we can fit you and suit you in 8 GRAHAM & Head and I NEWS IN MUM. A Cyclorama Showing Tho Movement* Of Our People And Their Friend*. INTERESTING PERSONAIJ5. Pithy News Items Gleaned Ali Over The Town by Our Repeater. On ac conni of the inclemency of the weather pm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 15 February 1899

the young diplomat. Boy: "Mother wants?? Tr. Ballord: "Ye?, I know; she wants to borrow my lawn-mower. You tell her cbc can't have it " Boy: "She doesn't want your lown raowc. She wonts to kuow?" Mr. Ballard: "Oh, she wants to know if I'll lend her my garden rake again, does she? Well, you tell her I say no. Boy: "Mother doesn't wan' any o your ola gardening things. She just wants to know if you'd be kind enough to lend her that book of poemj yoe wrote and just had printed?" Mr. Ballard: "Poems? Why, cer? tainly?with pleasure! Tell her abe honors me with the request." Boy: '-She's been wanting to read them for along time. Sh* says every? one's talking about 'Ballaps tor the Bill on.' " Mr. Ballad: "Indeed? Tell her t? keep th* book as long as she likes Can I do anything more for you, rn* little mau?" ||Boj: "Tes, come to think of it, father said I might as well get you lawn-mower while I was ore'' here," Mr. Brllord: "Why, of course be' wei eome to tue us* of it at any time!'' Bo\: ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 22 February 1899

\ ONGTON > i Vol. 95 No. 8 f- K.iigton, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, February ^2 1 ' \ SUOa Year Don't forget llenw that we are still handling thc Tornado FODDER Cutter I Anel it has proved tlie most satisfactory piece of machinery ever in? troduced in this purt of the country. The only objection wejhavc'to it is that we so seldom have a chance to sell repairs for it. We now have out and io cue 37 of the-e cutters and every one of them haa given perfe t mtisfi.c t on. J his i-i a big claim but ur can jin tte it. .^mmsssssssmm ___________ It will gave ;mu nure m.ney in feeding than anv machine on tl e market, as n enaV/es jon to feet! ve ur fodder eo as lo tret Ihe full benefiit of >t. h Ask /iny Of Your Neighbors who lave ns* d t and they will iel) yon tia! ve uanoi claiming too mneh foi it In connexion with fins we sdi tho Slor Crasher and Power Combine ' It furnishes power to cut your feed, saw ytitt wt od, i r do bi - light work r also crudes the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 22 February 1899

.-??.-ii *AktKK"i ut et eua ? **u THE GAZETit PuBUfllXDEV.KY WavDKSs*D./ -nt? BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVKl.TlfiEMliKTS $1 Otp nch for first insertion mntl 50c tor rt? continuance thereeafter EDITORIAL NOTER We fail to see why Gen. Miles boca as much right as auybody e !->e to ' I tertain Presidential aspiration!.. Czar Beed says that Gen. Otis i making less work for tbe niissionaris n the Philippinss by leliyn il jg th Fi'ipinao. The Republican leaders in hougre.i are pushing ihe country towards the greatest annual deficit im its history and another bond issue. A commission which queered itiell by shutting off all but the sort of evi dence desired could not expect that its report would te convincing to any? body. Congressman Cannon's a! tempt to frighten the Republicans of Congrats Jnto a little economy in public expen? ditures was commendable, even if not successful Anything done by the Democratic Senators to prevent the passing of the bill that will saddle o large st...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 22 February 1899

ow I ?$ Neglect should never be 1 t It may be she works hank e>o about it in just the rigl f end kee tho elfo l^lisliMPWS Rivi'n"' Ci XTw--?-&--d a queeet Q Largest & THE >. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, (I ^VtCtfX^MCVVVVVaa'tf ??i fWw en stn s*^ s)^ s^a. a*e? sfS^ Let's Get Acquainted fijnetnt.se. Gooil unlaundried Shirts tor liie-n. 1 Wm have paid fifty cents for no bo Extra value, men's aulanndrieil Sh thc Loom in olin, made after the de Men's dull finished Guru Pout-. School Umbrellas, fast colors, natural Extra value, I adios' Corsets, white- oi We carry i hompoon's Glove Fittini We ;irc cleaning ont a lol ol' odd size Hats and Caps. If your size is among tl Cut prices on all Winter Underwear and Undershirts. Ji' your feet need covering, l>e ye see n*, we can lit you and suit yon in GRAHAM & Head aud personals, Mrs. E. W. Jenkins is visiting rc lativi-s iu Winchester. Mhs Mii,uie Crawford left tli;s mom ing to visit fr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 22 February 1899

s teiGfOOT" WALLAOEAT FxiJ FAIR. 'Vh- Dallas (Tex.) News, in a isms* issue, publishes o long artiele des ri ing o v.sit of "Big Toot Woila e kn li Dal^< f ir. Ho hod bean in it d tu en as t..er> was io bo a r?nnio A*> foxs* Rangers of whom C.edair '? w nee wa-i one of tha mott J slin ni-heil. T'.e writer of tho art cl e ompanied "Bg PooV and <1 e-rib.-i many in cadent s of tho jouri.ey il soysj Wo arrived rather late in Delhi and spent the first night at the N t - 1 hotel Kort morning wo repaired to 'ko fair grounds Wh<rl|tho w liar ?? ?rodnaed ''Big Foot" Wallace to tbe managers of tho fair, bo woo loeoiyed with great enthusiasm ood at ones lad into tho fair grounds. Captain Gar? ton, president of tho foil association, said: "Now Captain Walloon, tho fair grounds and all they contain, bolong to yoe: Voe thom any woy yon please." "Wall 1 om b-tter off thot. I though I wat," said "Bi"? Fool" I own whola fair. I must laaTO my ors*...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 1 March 1899

^^-^-^?-j? ??*?_?* I a-vsis^pape*"****^ TUE GAZETT ??*-< ir-i ^b Vo'.95 No. 9 Lexington, Rockbridge Cowatlf* Virginia* Wednesday, March 1.1899. <j $1,50 a Year Don't forget that we are still haiulliiig. thc TtlTnatlO F0DOTR Cutt And it has provtd ino most satisfactory piece of machinery ever in? troduced in this p^rt of the country. The only objeciion weAhave to it __^ ie that wo so seldom /&^~|^ have a chance to sell r, repairs for it. We bow haTe ont ami io uoe //^^/ 37 1*1 t __r ~ - save m n mt re na ne J ill fl Oe! fodder h thai to ge of theo cutters und js every one of them has ^; given pcrfe t i-nlisnic t on. 1 hi- is - big claim but icc cou i>i't>*>c it. Jt ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ machine on V e market, as it enables \eu to fee el vi m full benehit of t. Ask Anr Of Your Neighbors Wi o 1 ave use el I anti they will tell vin tl at ve ure rut Claiming too much In coi necicii with this ve m ll thc Htnr Crusher and Ptwer ('...

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