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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 7 June 1913

e Cases of Alice Clement Stories of the World's Greatest Woman Sleuth i Told by Herself to Courtney Riley Cooper A Modernized Green Goods Game (Copyright, by W. 0. Chapman.) UEER, isn't it, how you'll At be talking to someone clt upon some very, very ab- '81 sorbing topic, suddenly to awaken in a sort of Ai way and ask yourself how on earth you ever happened to get started on that subject. As I th remember it, Miss Cle- de ment and I had been di ' to " cussing the high price of th real estate along Lake to Shore drive, when all at ' scovered that we were talk- eh poetry in the most earnest hi I looked at Miss Clement; bi at me. Both of us smiled o, on earth ever switched us st Iý estate to poetry?" I asked, lit i .laughed. We were strolling s b the damp of a summer m OUr jaunting clothes on, happy freshness of the atmosphere coolness of the breeze as it Is from the lake; not caring si we became wet or not-just w ~ the knowledge that life was ci that we were a part of it. I t and I ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 7 June 1913

adison Journal. PpOnIUSR ED EVERY SATURDAT. GEORG(;E SP'ENC('ER, Editor. OviO ICx TELEPHONE NI:MRER 7. OfIcial Jourkal of Meadme Perih. cial Journal Fiftli )istriet Levee Board, SehI(ld l. Bard, - Police Jury and Town of Tallulih. .5l) PIKR ANNUM IN ADVANCE. tered. an. 10ith, lNS1 at, Tallu  ah,, la., an M.eond-elams mail matter, under Act of (Congress of March 3, 1879. The JOURNAL is not respondihle for views and opinions of eorrespondents ag in itsa clumns. STAuLLu A LA.. JUNr 7. 1913. Seas rary Daniels has dAaided that s'Alp tl the ,'evy ahaU be a maval for the training of navigators, machinists, elertrlcians and skilled trades that will pre idn a eeeupation for the enlisted men. asught to be good for the navy and yoeag men who go into It. Under old system, a young man serving a veers enlistment would come out IUtle to his credit but the waste of and in many instances unfitted to a living. ,Ose of the complaints about the navy So that It is only half macned, for difficuly is exp...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 7 June 1913

cial Notes. R. K. BIoney was inl town -rday. . -- eorge spencer Sl* ltWed sy night in Vickshurg. Billie ltonutreeof Vidalia arrive in Tallulah on Mo11 tassisti his rother Mr. P. 1.. tree in the manngemen11t of pper The Muisorl Journal gtany friendsof Mr W. B. regret to know of his ill -sad hope for a rapid recov Florie Bowers who has.. jaished her course as a nurse at the Vicksburg ry left. Wednsday for Phil isto attend the school ex of her son, and will make a to her sister-in-law Mrs. before returningT south. uyieve.oihawreqsr - STuesday eienini$- lter ng of her slci d -at Pla, I,, -where she has been the pastyear,' ter muany are glaL to welcome her me. Jeff B. Snyder is in Lake dence attending court and much missed in town by Ill" legal associates. Alexander Greet who has :ill at Dr. Streets anitarium kdsuarg is recovering and is r a visit to her sons, Dr. T. Sp-Alexander Greer. SRhetta Brooks and SMotgo ery left lastSun jrat visit to Mrs. Warfield d Atkansas. Ohas. Dixon, n...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 7 June 1913

STOJAN * . SINGER, frMA1RT DILLINGIR SYNOP81S. J her, and her heart became brave Agatha Redmond. opera singer, startingl for an auto drive In New York, finds a stranger sent as her chauffeur. Leavin the car she goes into the park to read the Wli of an old friend of her mother. Who has left her property. There she is aeooosted by a stranger, who follows her to the auto, climbs In and chloroforms her. Jame Hambleton of Lynn, Mass.. witnesses the abduction of Agatha Ited mond. Hambleton sees Agatha forcibly taken aboard a yacht. He secures a tug and when near the yacht drops over board. Aleck Van Camp. friend of Hlam bleton, had an appointment with him. Not meeting Hambleton. he makes a call upon ýM SMadame and Miss Mtlanie Hey ner. He proposes to the latter and is re fhsed. The three arrange a roast trip on Va Camp' yacht, the Sea Jull Hambleton wakes up on boaird the Jeanne mDArm the yacht on which is Agatha Redmond. His clothes and money belt have been taken from him. Hie meets a ma...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 7 June 1913

retchedness Fa nstipation e overcome by UTTLE IITTLEI IVER on. They do their duty. SAAIL DOSE, SMALL PRICL must bear Signature Too the tiro bull, t Hast TO WOMEN both la -- s the fact that thousands A p S oa are now using and te grease The grain 1 Honi Mtaeptii Porw be bac for mucou$ membrane at- structi 1ICL as sore throat, nasal or This inflammation or ulcera- Even db female illst Women aen cured say "it is worth to gold." Dissolve in water net pt locally. For ten years the Suct lnakham Medicine Co. has for b Paxtine in their private load. with women. The and toilet uses it has essary r0ay Se a large box at Drug- farm gat postpaid on receipt of You . paston Toilet Co.~ Boston, happil the he a.es. lSet, clan or a War t.:.a* r v n these .*sese. Made of Son mta, ema'pwulor tip over; will not .ol aor oUn lajare amythLil. towns Ouaamted *effective, AllIdoIsorf..a "I ii ps paid for a .l . ally a s aS irb aLw., aLesa. a. vT. ap anTUD. Give quick rm Aft nMet usually romove swel  ass .hu...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 7 June 1913

---------- ---------------------------- -------------- Court's Unique Mascot Lights on Judge's Nose when I first began to notice him. He's 1 a bit lazier, I believe, but that's alL HELLO "I don't know bow old he is now, to a ripe old age.' Recorder Pro Tem. Preston sug gested that Pete's age might be de termined if the recorder would make San examination and ascertain if Pete Shad whiskers, and, if o, their color. Judge Broyles, however, promptly as BALTIMORE, Md.-The Broyles has sured Judge Preston he was satisfied A unique pet. a fly's age would not show in its Dogs, cats, birds, roosters and other whiskers. such commonplace pets are wholly Pete lived in the warmth of the po outclassed. lice courtroom throughout the win You'll never guess, so here goes ter. If any other files werd there I for the answer- they kept well within cracks and The Recorder's world-beating, prize other places. Pete alone venture I pet is a fly-Just an ordinary germ forth. It was this daring of a lone ly ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 14 June 1913

THE MADISON JOURNAL. REE BROS., Publishers TALLULAII, MADISON PARISH, LO)ISIANA, SATIRDI)AY, .II'NE 14, 191:5 NEW NEIIE .-VPL(. I N)O . IUW UPHELD EME COURT gVE POWER TO REGU. -Tg ON INTRASTATE LI NES. IONS EXPECTED Mlneesota Case Caused to Feel Hopeful of le Decision. per t'non News Servire -The power of the * reasonable instrastate e railroads until suc.i shall choose to regu. -+W upheld by the Supreme United States in the MLn and passenger rate nam time the court laid * n g principles govern of railroad property purposes and accord held that the state of Min confiscate the property and St. louis rail by its maximum freight passenger fare law. It the state from enforcing as to the road for the B the case of the Northern Oreat Northern, however, SlM that these roads had show that the rates were " or confiscatory' and reversed the United Court for Minnesota ajolaed their enforcement tory and a burden on regarded as one of the $ ever announced by the ,ems under consideration Railroad...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 14 June 1913

FANS Motto: May the best team win; But ours is the best By Hugh S. Fullerton (CupyrighL., bI, bp W. G. Chapman) "'Wow! Wow!! Great eye, Eddie! Make him put it across! Bust a fence! You can do it! Wow! Wow!! Wow!!! ROIER! All right Tough luck, Eddie. Two and two. Make her be over. Home run. Eddie. old scout. Break the gate. Wow! Wow!! We---.', The red-laced, apoplectic young man In the front row made a trumpet of his hands and yelled until the veins in his neck turned purple. In the middle of the final "Wow" he col lapsed, looked disgusted and turning to me said: "What do they keep that hunk of cheese for? He can't hit. Never could. Striking out in a pinch like that!" The fan, howling encouragement or bawling abuse at the ball players is the spirit of the town. Just how great an influence this spirit exerts upon the playing strength of the team representing the town or city is im possible of calculation, but it is cer tain that it is part of the national game. He and his fellows exe...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 14 June 1913

e Cases of Alice Clement I Stories of the World's Greatest Woman Sleuth Told by Herself to Courtney Riley Cooper A Game of Hearts (Copyright. by W. O. Chapman.) divorce grist is still grind-' Sen," I remarked as my traveled over the Mlder of the man ahead sf em and saw by the paper be held that eighty separa wa had been achieved in __dy of court. Miss Cle - yself were on a Ravinia fur the concert, and were -utegh Evanston. "It cer ,e how anyone stays mar " I continued. "But jS can't get along togeth bsat thing for them to get from each other." Sicss Clement assented . "But the trouble is parsons don't have a chance Somebody is always gptting one or the other so g about nothing that they to thinking that there isn't of happiness. I ought she added and then there glint into her eyes which ows one of her exper , vs patched up more than ease when it looked help I've found this out: That 1-As it isn't the fault of the woman. They'd get along !f ether people would leave It isn't always t...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 14 June 1913

Madison Journal. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. GEOtGE SPEN('ER, Editor. ()FIutlc TEILtrPlioi: NI'Wmt1; 7. Official Journal of Madison Parish. Official Jmrnal Fifth Di.trict IA.v',' Hiard, SeIy'd Bua rd. J'oli'c . JIry nid T7own if Tallulhah. $1.r0 i'ta ASston IS AnvASc'. Fntered .lan. lith, 1n.111 at T1alln lah, La., an seeonl-,'lass niiail imatter, under Act of ('cungre's. of March :i, 1i79. The .TO(fRNAT. is not responsihll for the views ana opinions of eorreapondenti anpearing in its eolumns. TALr.Itr..s LA. J.NrE I1. I!1., What Concerted Efforts Will!, Do. Dns Angeles is one of the most wide ly advertised and pr)sperous cities in the world. With the fewest of natural advaatages, it was shut off from the broad and fertile acres of the mi4d e west by a big expanse of territory that I would support no vegetotion, and by the high and unbroken Rockies. Its rec- 1 . rds ae unparalled In the history of cities. Men and money made that city prow into a land of delight, when pre Slously there...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 14 June 1913

ial Notes. SR. C. LeeveP wiR1'e to atnnol'nce( Swil bIeKiln givllng l.es-onli ill p intin g sn elAt4iber lthe first y one who is interestedl may call br at the Iome of Dr G. W. of this city. SAline Luster has returDr- e S'Talllulhh for a short visit cousinll Mrs. .ni .1. )aul. ~i Paul (uines itiahe a By tril) to Lake Providence 'f L. .N.rJ laday. Bessie .IJohnsonl left this for Alnguilla, Miss., where ill spend part of the vac-a- pr: utihs. yar S a. . Ward and faulily JA part of yesterday evening 9. _8HI , JoIhn B. Stone spei~t. the prt of the week ini Lake deuce attending court. Jennie D)ohhiiin5s slent a SH hours in tAwn Thur.sday. fgm. Jeff B. Snyder was e Providence, attllhnding the first of the week. SMatti----e Johnson returned this week from Natchito where she has beeli atttten te State Normal. Geo. W. Gaines slent y evening and Friday lake Bruin, bringing a nice of trout home with hium. Leo Shields was in town ay- and Mrs. McCaltery and were in town yesterday. wmpt and lu...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 14 June 1913

STOIAN e SINGER MAlEWA DUIAANGIR a c~.n*~7 W' m~a&-~AeML C.~AV~AA SYNOPSIS. Ag4tha Redmond, opera singer, starting for an auto drive In New York, finds a stranger sent as her chauffeur. Ix.av ng the car, she goes into the park to ead the will of an old friend of he.r molh,-r. who has left her property. There she is accosted by a stranger, who follows her to the auto. climbs in and cloroformsn her. James Hambleton of Lynn. Mass.. witnesses the abduction of Agatha lt."d mond. Ilambleton t,.es Agatha forcibly taken aboard a yacht. He secures a tug and when near the yacht dropi over board. Aleck Van c'amp. friend of litm bleton, had an appointm* nl with him. .Not meeting Hambleton. he makes a call upon tiends Madame and Miss Melanie It.Yv Iler. 1$e proposes to the latter and Is re theed. The three arrange a ,oast trip on Van Camp's yacht, the Bea ulll. Hambleton wakes up on board the Je,.nne D'Are, the yacht on which Is Agatha iedmond. His clothes and money belt have been taken fro...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 14 June 1913

Barren el.t, of the ravages that time in the faces and forms of s of the Civil war, Walter president general of the aciety, said at a dinner in ran, talking to his great. a little lad of eight or nine rked: a generation and a half hbead was grazed by a bullet le of Chickamauga.' little boy looked at the s head thoughtfully and said: isn't much grazing there - bere, sir? " Net to His Taste. g you put me at dinner be tintwo women? They nearly 1 o tO death.' I thought you t-ere so fond Sandwiches." ,i SIX-SIXTY-SIX a prescription prepared es r" Malaria or Chills and ifve or six does will break sad if taken then as a tonic will not return. 25c.-Adv. Her Washing. sees to be getting on better. ark being hung on the line?" Smy wife's is." as oa . o s Br Istastly I Uis an sone lday. appsolr t IL. Relieves pals and heIls at i t Ie. i l.4 u."ss-si-u `iept thing in the world is not to seek happiness as to earn self.respect.-Huxley. F r KILLER aced aew" er , N. taa&s hdills anL lfe. Heat, e...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 14 June 1913

COMITMEE HAS BIG JOBOH HAND INVESTIGATIONS OF COAL FIELD CONDITIONS HAVE A COM PLICATED PROBLEM. UNION OFFICERS INDICTED Conspiracy Charged Against Officials. Miners Make Many Claims of Illegal Acts. Western NewsODDer t'n|on News Service Washington. - Confronted with a: complicated situation constantly grow ing more involved, the senate sub committee named to investigate ih, W'est Virginia coal strike conditions left for Charleston. Examination of witnesses will begin with the appear ance of scores of miners, rounded ul by the agents of the United .Min, Workers to testify in relation to charges that the workers in the Paint creek and Cabin creek coal fields are kept in a state of virtual peonage. Senator Borah of Ihado, who has especial charge of this branch of the investigation, heard the first witness. Paul J. Paulsen of the United Mine Workers has been in West Virginia collecting the witnesses, and it is ex. pected he will be on hand with about 100 men to give their experiences i...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 21 June 1913

H I THE MADISON JOURNAL. EE BROS., PublishernK TALLULAH., MADISON PAtRIIS, LOUISIANA, SATII[1AY. JU'NE .I, 19I: NEV EltlES~-- )l. I N . UPHOLDS r SAS RATES Lmse Contention Th Would Be Confis If Laws Were ed to Stand. WAS REVERS[D JUDGE TRIEBER HAD ED OPERATORS IN OF UNREASON ABLE TARIFFS. E FREIGHT RATES Has Power to Fix Maxi oharges on all Railroads in the State. the ass knit per U'non N'-ws Service. *D. C.-The people of won their first legal victory lght against the railroads of Sen when the. I'nitcd States wOrrt held that Arkansas' 2 er fare law was vaLd railroads could prove that confiscatory. 1. t the Arkansas case the Su. coil also decided cases favor- nmil states of Missouri, Oregon aftV mlirginia. ed g the decision of Judge ed the United States Circuit tha 'the eastern district of Ar- had held that the Arkansas tion tr+ight and 2-cent passenger the *re invalid because conflt -United States Supreme mil .) opinion handed down by ass reversed the lower 150 ded with directions t...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 21 June 1913

CALLS FOR CLEAR DEFINITIOM Epithe "Boob" Has Been Overworked and its Real Meaning Is by No Means Plain. Who invented the boob? What is a eoob? is he going to be one of the Im mortals or is he simply a flitting figure, stepping across life's stage for an in stant, to be lost in the distant wings of time? When you call s man a boob, you seem to Imply in some way that you do not utteily despise him. There is a comradeship, an intimacy, about the word that doesn't apply to other terms. You can call a man a boob. for in stance, when you wouldn't call him an ws or a fool. And yet a boob is an outcast. He stands apart from the common run. He is a combination of stupidity and utter incongruity with any standards which are entitled to our respect. But is the boob in reality all this? Can it be said, indeed, that the boob exists? Is he not more or less a mental condition on the part of the person who calls him a boob? When, for in stance, you speak of a man as a boob, you are really not defin...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 21 June 1913

e Casesof Alice Clement Stories of the World's Greatest Woman Sleuth Told by Herselt to Courtney Riley Cooper A Woman's Wiles (Copldiht. by W. Q ChM ma.) RING tiUme iD Ian oIu an ey Park, Chicago, means du- I tur etic gatherings on the "I1 benches, wandering con- he wi pies along the paths, count whirring motor cans on to le the smooth Lake Shore was drive, and happiness - was 4 t everywhere. And as was along we were watching impre the ones who felt them- track SUittle world apart as they "'N f-eJshness Into each other's of th as fact that it was day did not forma Sake much difference. The cours detective who strolled be- "' at the couples about "A tfarmed her gaze to the rolling week in the distance, a lumber- " * r was lazily dipping into "'I "T1 love is young in spring- the I quoted. Alice Clement. after half holiday from her work with of criminals for the city At 14 laughed and then watched youn amsent my idle occupation of the i ulnal pebbles along the path- the t my stick. him...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 21 June 1913

GEORG(E SP'ENCER, Eldte,r. OFFICE TELEP.ioI'o NUMBSI:t 7. Official Journal of Maderon Parish. Olficial Journal Fifth lli-t'ý! Levee Board, Sch,,l I{ool, ard, Police .Jury and Town of Tallulah. ~-I $1.-x) l'ER ANNUM I\ A,',.v,'t:. _ - - Entetredll.an. loth, 11N't) at Tallu-i lah, la., :a .,ee' ,,!dl-'las t a il matter, utnder Act of Congress of March :3, 1T70. The JOURNAL is not responsible for the views and opinions of correspondent, appearing in its columns. TALLULAII LA . ,JI:S.u 2 I. 1113. THE ASSESSMENT AND PUBLIC UTILITIES. Fairview La., June lfth, 1913. Editor Concordia Sentinel: DEAR SIR:-Among the proceedings of the Police Jury at its meeting on the second inst., and printed in the Sentinel of the 7th, the following resolution was unanimously adopted: "That the President be authorized to appoint a eommitte to appear before the Boawd of Equalization at its next meeting at Baton l Itouge, to endeavor to have the assess ments in Concordia parish reduced." The natural inferen...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 21 June 1913

oal Notes. A. L. Lane is a visitor of 1 'A. E. Adams. at W.A. Montgomery and friendsof Edwards Miss. In the week on Bear Lake. g3 g,. 3. Sanders of Trenidad re Wedensday morning in hl , B. C. Abernathy has re- co f, Sondheimer. all su Abell Evans of Enoka was AI, Tuesday evening. ye MorreGeisenburge of Nat- I1 iwas in town this week. in -jd Mrs. R. L. Russ had di guests this week, Mrs. fo Rdgy, sister of Mrs. Russ, Russie Jackson niece d( gus, from Shreveport. fri 'A. W. Turner, euperinten ihe Anti-Saloon League, cil attheMethodist Churchla at 11 A. M. All are th invited to hear him. 1 ladiesofTallulah who are in joining the Mission y, are cordially invited et a Japaneese Tea social ea T'ee of Mrs D. H. kilen afternoon at 4:30 oclock, 8. Keener of Monroe Dis ry will be present. Mrs. V. D. Skipper. Pres. Amanda Stone Roo. Sec. Florie Bowers passed Tallulah Tuesday on her tfrom Philadelphia, being 'ed by her son Wil lberta Ames entertainedl friends at a lawn party sing, many interest...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 21 June 1913

ial Notes. A. L. Lane is a visitor of i] '. E. Adams. , .al W.A. Montgomery and friendsof Edwards Miss. it the week on Bear Lake. b 13. Sanders of Trenidad re Wedensday morning in h B. C. Abernathy has re- Ce Ct 8ondheimer. hbel Evans of Enoka was *Iudly Tuesday evening. y SorreGeisenburge of Nat- 1; AN was in town this week. iý .sd Mre. R. L. Rues had d guests this week, Mrs. f Rd-y. sister of Mrs. Russ, Ruessie Jackson niece & usme, from Shreveport. w fl '. W. Turner, superinten the Anti-Saloon League, `i at the Methodiqt Church h at 11 A. M. All are invited to hear him. ladieof Tallulah who are in joining the Mission y, are cordially invited ti a Japaneeee Tea social of Mrs D. H. Allen afternoon at 4:30 oolock, - g Keener of Monroe Dis ry will be present. rs. V. D. Skipper. Pree. Amanda Stone Reo. Sec. Florie Bowers passe'l Tallulah Tuesday on her rom Philadelphia, being 1 ed by her son Wil lberta Ames entertained) friends at a lawn party sing, many interest being entered in...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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