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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 27 September 1899

?BV? BARCLAY AND COMPANY - LEG Ab ADVERTISEMENTS $1 00 pe inch for first Insertion, and 50c. for encl i 11.1 nuance thereafter_ DEMOCRATIC TICKET. J-VR TUEUOVSEOFDELEOA TES V.B.F-LEECH, E. H- BARCLAY MONETARY CATECHISM. What is money? ; It is tho fiat of law, of government, ra medium of exchange between citi sans of a common country and between t - tnt \ tlxo citizens and the gove-nuient that creates it. Is not the dollar money/except in ?too United States' Xo, unless some othci country by an act of law-making powers so ordains ?Has any country over done tbis? Yes, ihe United States for nearly a half century made the coirs cf Spain, and eomo otber countries, money Why was thiB done? Because when the law creating our dollar was enacted, we had no gold or silver bullion, wo ba 1 no mint and we couid not coin dollars. Wh** did we allow thc coins of other Countries to circulate so long? Bcecanae the law-makers of that dav believed that tLe volume of money in active circulation affected ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 27 September 1899

'iS. '-j .(ll. j^j ? Jarge poclciure of the? worltl's toft -lear-*: for a nickel. Still (-Troter economy in 4-poonel pacts** All grocers. Made only by THB W. K. FAIIWAIVK COMPAJI ?eXlcaco. BU Loula, New York, Boston. PhllaJi Watch this space for Adair's advertisement. He is now in New York buy? ing Fall Goods. He expects to offer a stock this season that will attract buyers from all parts of the county. FIREMEN OFF FOR ROANOKE. The racing team cf tbe Lexington Fire Department gave a public exhibi? tion on Main streQt Monday 'ifternoor. Quite a food iowd gathered on the street lo ?vitneie the runs, notwith etandi' Ihu uxpected showers. The team l**v* -<-t-n practicing for some weeks preparing for the contest at Roanoke. The team, accompanied by a number of friend*-., left Tuesday morning o*>er the Chesapeake and Ohio, and Norfolk and Western at Buena Vista, for Roan? oke to attend the Firemen's Convention. .Vs on former occasions they expect to win some of the r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 27 September 1899

m^mgmgmnten?rSt^'~^ ?? - *> ka LI HT'NG CHANG AND THE PHIL IPPINES. A dispatch from Shanghai says: Li Hung Chang wub interviewed on Sim day and he freely *disou3ed the Phil? ippine question. 1,'Vhatdo I thick of your Am?:icm oconpntion of the Philippines?" he said: "1 consider it a great niislali . When General Grant was here ko ns norod me that America was committed tithe po'icy ot non-aggression oi weiker nations, but s;nce this man Mc X*nley became President Amerkr B-rrJeras to case aside its traditional pol-j \* ? of honor, riches and safetv and to j have entered upon tho same 'an I g rib? bing plan of England, Germany au I Russia. If Grautbad lived no sac'. mistake would have been made, foi the people trusted him, obeye.l him and believed in him. McKinley moa be a sort of weak and uncertain man. "I think America should ultimately withdraw from tho islands." "Eut,' I said, "America could n t retire honorably during hostilitirs Tbo islands weie not sought but forced up...

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

HP ?***?? rn) aim ? j ?Sa -,??,* i i'TE. , ot. >. * * , 10 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, October4. lt,).) i $1,50 a Year After Sli Yeais oi Intense Suffering, Promptly Corey Obstinate sores and ulcers which refuse to hoal under ordinary treat ment Boon become chronic and doop ited, and ruo a suro sign that tim ni* 0 0 O entire circulation i in a depraved condition. They DJ ui Oi Oi ar0 a sovoro drain upon tho systein, and are con? stantly sapping away the vitality. In every case tho poison must bo eliminated irom tho blood, and no r mount of oxtcrnal treatment crin havo any effect. Thero is no uncertainty about the merits of S. S. S. ? every claim made for it is backed up strongly by convincin*** testimony of thoso viio havo neon cured by it and know uf its virtue * by e.'xporienco. Mr. L. J. Clark, of Orange Courthouse, Va., writes: "For six yearn T ha tl an obstinate, running ulcer on my ankle, which nt times caused me intense suffering. I waa Mt di...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 4 October 1899

?? . aaaaalaa****. in l?',.'.B.,...-,?V"..*.itt:-?? ? THE GAZETTE f'rtiJttsKfth BvKKt WKn^KSP**' BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS ft 00 per 3 b. for first insertion and *50c. for each n.muance thereafter_ DE_lOoBAT-U TICKE1'. FOR THE HOUSE OF DELE .'. E< W. B. F LEECH, * EHBARCLAY_ EDITORIAL NOI Er? ?; ti -.; A great many small men are seeking notoriety by the Dewey welcome route**. It is an oil week when some accident doesn't hapi_en to one^ of the trans? ports in the Paoific. Signs point strongly t o Pingree's j oiping .Alger in private life, and for the same reason?necessity. TJie'yellow feyer situation in Kev West is such that, the people of tbat section would consider Jack Fro.-t a very welcome visitor. No*wHbat- Fred 'Grant's daughter' has become a Russian princess, the' island of Luzon will hardly be bi_r enough to bold Fred and his enlarged head. Ohio Republicans seem to think they need a lot of outside help, in the talk? ing line, but outsiders cannot vot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 4 October 1899

Saves Wor! Neglect should never be u'< It tuny be she works harder go about it in just the right jg ' Largest pa fi THE N. E. FAIRBANK (OM1ANV, did Reduced Rates PHOTOGRAPHS DURING the MONTH of OCTOBER J. Ii. McCown's Miller's Old Stand Opposite Court House. Personals and Briefs. Miss Pearl Boude has returned fi om a visit to relatives sn Vie t Virginia. Miss "Willis Williams is visiting re? latives in Staunton. Misses Nannie and Mary Proston Graham are visiting in Baltimore. Mr. John H. Whitmore went to Craig eounty last week on business. Mis* Susie Bowyer has returned from a visit to Lynchburg. Mrs. J. A. Pennington is visiting re? latives in New York. Mm. J. R. Beeton, of Roanoke, is the guest of the Misses Beeton. Mrs. II. C. Bowyer is spending the week with Mrs. W. H. Barkman, cf Staunton. Miss Mao Ett:n<-er, of Hagerstown, Md., is visiting her father, Mr. J ..-seth H. Ettinj-rr. Mitts n . .utio and Bessie Seale aie visitin lin*. \V\ R. Newman in Staun? to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 4 October 1899

EVIL ASSOCIATl-JiSS. Ttigi. ut) on tho u***iig cf the Sier a oolyny of eagled each year o -il t eyrie*? au . re ired Ueif you from the assault* ol tho ac. -*- * m 'Uutflriuoer. lhejweraa pro.nl, fearless bu kit, ragged -- as the - grunt amoi ?'which they d.velt and ? on the wing as the wind ihat bio those high altitudes. Dtuingonesea?on, ho.vevei-, i was iaakedin one of tho eyrhs an e let who wry early in lifo develop*. ?-. tastes and habits (hat wero entirely ou1 o' Kerning with his birth and sar* rounding!-;. In short tho young e gie e..nooda partiality for flying down and making hianself '.hail fellow, well ?et" with v number of turk >y buzzards Who lived in ft camon be Again hud again thc" memb ra of Iii--*'family warned him that no good coul 1 possil ly result from the keeping of such company, and that he would Dad iu timo ho would only succeed ia earning tho conlorupt of all the o h r '.agios of the Community withoat gaming nny lulvari4ago by asrociation frith the t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 11 October 1899

?/ Vol. 95. No I -"W -Lexinttpn; Kockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, October U.189i) -J $1.50 a Year Ml TOOTH TO OE CURED. New Blood and Lifo. S. S. S. is a Great Blessing^to *.x^^iiT?^."a nearly all of the sickness among Old Peoftle. ll Gives Them Srr^X?b,.Ms'iK but it is TTy-J-iolly unnecessary. By keep? ing ftietr bleDOeljp*dre they can fortify themselves ?so os to eseSaffe three-fourtha cf the ailmen from which thoy suffer so generally. 8. 8. 8. the remedv which will -keep their systems young, by purifying the blood, thoroughly removing all waste accumulations, and Impart? ing new strength and life to the whole body. It increases the appetite, builds up the energies, and sends new life giving blood throughout the entire system Mrs. Sarah Pike, 477 Broadway, 8outh Boston, writes: " I om aerenty yeara old, and had not enjoyed good health for twenty years. I was sick in different ways, and iii addition, had Eczema terribly on one of my legs. Tire doctor said that on account of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 11 October 1899

.i,i rn > THE GAZETTE Published kvkry Wkdxesd^/ ?BY BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS "frOO per for first insertion, and 50c. foreae _?y.''UngrMftgt. ___ -j DEMOCRATIC TICKET FO&THE HOUSE OFDELEGA TESt Wm B.F. LEECH, E- H* BARCLAY EDITORIAL NOTES. The aati-McKinley Republicans are now talking up Dewey as a rival can? didate for the Presidential nomination. Hon. Bill Whitney chose one Presi? dential candidate for the Democratic party; that is one of the reasons why he will not be allowed to choose another. The handshakers easily made Dewey Ho what he had never done before Gry enough. Ha! ba!! ha!!! It is enough to Jmake ll wooden horse laugh to bear Boss Hanna bewailing the indecency of as? sociating Dewey's name with tbe Presi dential nomination. What a comical chap that man, Hanna, is getting to be. Tbe "dollar dinner," which wa3 the ipecii.1 feature of the national Demo? cratic Carnival, hell at Dalia , Texas, was attended b> a notable gath...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 18 October 1899

LEXINGTON Cia^TTE. Vol. 95. No. 42 Lexington. Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, October 18.i8.Ji) ^ $1.50 a Year MAY BE CANCER. UftOT Ulm CUT OICCC UIVC T*-? mr^kkttk care should be -riven to mllO I VIULlPII uAOLO llAIC any little eore, pimple or scratch which shows no disposition to hersal under ordin IDDCIDCI1 IT Cl DOT IC arv treatment. No one can tell how soon these All tAnLU Al rino I AO will develop into Cancer of the worst type. So many pej-ople die from Cancer sim ply be MCDC DIM Pl CQ caU6e tl*ey **? no** ?*ni)W -iu8*' w*lat the ais*nw *F; ?YilDl rilflrLLOi they naturally turn themselves over to the doctors, and are foroed to submit to & cruel and dangerous operation?the only treatment which the doctors know for Canoer. The disease promptly returns, however, and is even more violent and destructive than before. Cancer is a deadly ooison in tlie blood, and an operation, plaster, or other external treatment can nave no effect whatever upon lt. The cure must ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 18 October 1899

THE GAZETTE i*l*BLIBHB& KVfiRY * V JDSBSD*.i BARCLAY AND COMPANY EU AL ADVERTISEMENTS fl 00 pet tor Brat Insertion, and 00c. for tata | aii^Uieire-iittt'J_ _a UKllO^RATtC TICKET FAR THE ROUSE OEDELEGATES W. BF LEECH, EH.BARCLAY EDITORIAL NOTES. Ex-Czar Reed expresses c.nfidence that his old Congressional district "will ul \ ays be tr ii o to the principles of lib ortr, self-government and the rights of man," which i3 a side sweep ot Mc? Kinley imperialism, w'dch is true to neither. ??? * , .. ? ? The Canadian Militia officer who claims to know that Dreyfus wos gudty bm a monopoly of that knowledge, and could gell to the Fro.ich government at . his own price. One of the 1 ntest is tbe Tampa, Ma. cigar trust, capitalized at $25,000,000. No ene is to escape paying tribute to the trusts. It remained for a Washington preach ? er to find something cold in Paris. He J ays the Paris Methodists are the cold? est people on earth. Tbe VvruBuingtijn (D. C.) Anti-Im? perialist League...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 18 October 1899

THE WASHINC Personals and Briefs. Mrs. S. G. Anspach and children are the guests of Mrs. W, H. Waddell. Mr. W. T. Manning and bride, of Roanoke, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. James M. Senseney this week. Mr. G. G. Moore, of H. H. Myers and Son, left Monday to accept a posi tinn with Nelson & Myers, hardware dealers, of Roanoke. Mr. James W. Ramsey, a former we'l known printer of Lexington, is visiting his mother, Mrs. Simon Ramsey. This is Mr. Ramsey's first visit home in eleven years. Rev. R. E. Hutton preached Sunday morning and night at the Buena Vista Methodist church in the absence of Rev. G. T. D. Collins, who is in Salem assisting Rev. W. H. H. Joyce in a protracted meeting. Rev. Dr. J. B. Taylor, of Richmond, Va., has accepted the superintendency of the Georgia Baptist Orphans' Home. He has been pastor successively at Culpeper, Va., Wilmington, N. C.. Lex? ington and Salem, Va., and has for years held tbe presidency of ihe Vir? ginia Bapti-U Historical Society ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 18 October 1899

UJS ?-.??- IJa*eT*??*aTaT*1a?Sea?Sa>aS^^ CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOB. An Old-Timb Missionaby. October 22- Jonah 3:1 -10. When Jonah was first commanded to go to Nineveh and cry against it, he precipitate^ fled from the pres* nee i tlie Lord, in the vain endeavor i< febu* , hia duty, and his was a rare expene* " ! Jonah 1, The socond time tlie > J came lo him, he had learned wi r . nnd immediately set forth anl u ?* ? his warning agaiqptthe grt>at a u ed city. But the old prophet ne* ? have had greater regard for bin own veracity as a prophet than he did fer God's will, or foi the life ol tht people, Ho pouted, liko a spoiled child, and his au^er kindled exceedingly, His preacbing was effective, and the Nimvehites repented in sackcloth and ashes, "God saw their works," repented of the evil he had planned against them, and saved the city. Jonah's ?shriveled little soul was not pleased at tl is manisfestation of divine mercy ?whichspared more than six...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 25 October 1899

OaotBooV r.*>*r THE LEXINGTON Gax^TTE. 95< No> 42 Lexington. Rockbridge County, Virginie. Wednesday, October 2 V899__ ___jW_fO ?_g^ Dagoes to the bottom. Reaches the Seat el! Blood Diseases and -- OlttUU _~._ UUIQU mv .Mw Jnha I rUliipHj ilBaulloS inO VOml demonstrates its superiority over other blood remedies. It matters not how ob? stinate the case, nor what other treat? ment or remedies have failed, 8. S. S. alwpys promptly reaches and cures eur tte where the blood is in any way Involved. ?j, '?na*- ta**, >,M ha.d experience with uiuuu- , that there are no nil mania or trouble* so obstinate and difficult to cure. Very few remedies claim to cure such real, deep*seated blood diseases as 8. 8. 8. cures, and none can ofter suoh incontrovertible evidence of merit. 8 8.8. is not merely a tonic?it ls n cure! It goes down to the very seat of all blood diseases, ana gets nt tire foundation of tne very worst cases, and routs the poison from the s...

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

THE GAZETTE iVnTJSHBD EVKKY "WEDNKsI-- f ?nv? lUKCLVY AND COMPANY Itibh for flrrst Insertion, aud 50c. foree***, continanoe frhereafter _ ?. _i - - - ' DEMOCRATIC TICKET JOH TilL'^OVSHOFOLLEC \TW W. B* F- LEECH, EH, BARCLAY -ihjjtorial~notes: Senator Jones, Chairman of tho Democratic Natioual Committee, bas returned from Europe io much im? proved in health that he has announced his readme*-.-; to tackle the prepaiatory work ot next year's campaign. TLat Bettles tho talk of his re fremont. The present feverish military ac? tivity in the Philippines is largely for po!Heal effect in Ohio. Mr. McKinley's admiration for the ?>!orod brother gets intensely active during political campaigns, but is hardly perceptible when official pie is 'being distributed. Mr. McKinley's speeches are one continuous appeal for support of his Philippine policy. If that policy has the support of tbe country, as he pro? fesses to believe, why these appeals? The imperalists of this country r.nlurallv...

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

SOMET! terse package of tha world** httet cl?&nerr for a nickel. Still -treater economy in 4-pound package. Al) ftoeer*. Made onir ?>** THK W. K. FAIRBAHK COMPAW GaioeefO, Bt, Loula. New York, Beeton, PhUatJ* Personals and Briefs. Dr. Jno. H. Hartman announces to the public of Lexington and Rockbridge ?County, tbat he has opened hi- Dental Office on Washington Street, in the office of the late br. J T. Wilson, mid respectfully tenders his profession ul servicer**. He was formerly Assistant Demonstrate r e>f Prosthetic Dentistry, University College of Medicine De monstratoi of Operative Dentistry, Medical College of Virginia, and Don Ul Surgeon to Virginia Home for "erJeaC^WHaV S**e*aaWVM***) J Wn s ? [ Mr. E. L, Conner was in Staunton Mo~n-d?Aoa ttoubi., ~.u .. Mr. John^-fig1^' thu' -~"-H absence of several raenths. Mrs. Eva Lackey, of Oak Bank, is visiting Mrs. John E. Laird. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Amole returned Monday from Buena Vista. Mr, Richard Be...

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

tjtajaaarateaTaa**l*a??M?aMaa?*^ ll ' .e. *U* 111 CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR. Gmrso, A Measure Of Love. October ii9. Mark 12:41-44. The poor widow at tbo treasury gate grinds as ihe highest exponent of Christian giving. To ber tbe standard Of giving was the love she bore to the Lord. ThiB benevolent woman was, pro? bably, not a disciple of Christ, in the ordinary acceptation of the term. She was, in all likelihood, a worshiper ac? cording to the rites oi the old dispen? sation. But she furnishes an example to be followed in the most sacred preciuts of tbe new. She, of all ihe givers, caught tho attention of the linster. Tbere were larger givers, for "m?u.\ that were rich cast in much," and we have no reason to think that tbey were mean aud ungenerous, But, on tue either haud, proportionately she was far the greatest giver, although the sum lota; of her contribution was but a mero p ttauce. Wherever the gospel of rhe kingdom is preached, this that she InVh done bhall be mentioned as a memori...

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

THE LEXINGTON Ga^ Vol. 95. No. 44 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, November J, 1899 { $1,50a Year ONLY ONE CORE FOR SCROFULA. S. 8. S. ls thi Only Rsmsdy -Equal to this Obstinate Disease. There are doyens of remedies recommended for Scrofula, some of them no doubt being able to afford temporary relief, but S. S. 8. is absolutely tbe only remedy which completely cures it. Scrofula is one of the most obstinate, deep-seated blood diseases, and li beyond the reach of the many so-called purifiers and tonics because some? thing more than a mere tonio is required. 8.8. S. lt equal ko oat blood trouble, and never fails to oure Scrofula, because it MM do**?** to ino seat of the disease, thus psrmanently eliminating every trfce sf the taint The setri**dlooi)sequences to whioh Scrofula sursly leads rAouldJt'f.preBS uyon those aitllcted with it the -Vital im portal$k of waiting no time, upon treatment whioh can sot possitlrf tffect a cure. In many cases where tbe wrong trssWsf...

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

THE GAZETTE Urta. rt WanSBSDaai BARCLAY A?m COMPANY LEGAL ADVEKTISEMKNT.S fl 00 pec, .?ooh fof Hm* Insertion, jaad o(>e. foraao I'ontiiiiiiiPi' tl'.i'reafte'i- '_}} i . I.:.o RATIO TICKET FOB 27//-: gow 0-F OCLECiATls ' W. S3. F. LEECH E H.BARCLAY "X .-a._L_J_.H-J?"1 EDITORIAL NOTES. Mr. McKinley has completed bis Btomping ewing around the western n eui':, but he didn't succeed ingot * rid of his Ohio scare. f Col. Bryan'ss reception in Kentucky indicate? that the object' of his entering ;tho State ?Democratid success-?will bc attained. Tho*o who know tho .nature of the man cnn eat*ily imagine the great pleas? ure Ben Hm-risou extracted from the familiarity of the Kaiser Billy. B6n bas always been convinced that he . ought to have a little cf uobilit}*. In setting Ben uta table reserved for members of royal families the Kaiser gained a new worshipper, English mouths are watering ever tho prospective acquisition of the Tra sva'd Republic, und tbo Orange Free State will pro...

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

Personals and Briefs. Ji *-,jj|U Hwnilton, of Collierstown, is visiting friends in Lynchburg. Hon. G. D. LefCber and Judge S.H. Letchor aro in Harrisonburg. Mrs. John A. Graham has returned from a visit to Baltimore. Mrs. W. G. Brown, who has been visiting ber mother, Mrs. J. J. White, ha3 retained to her home in Columbia, Mo. Miss Hettie McCartney has returned from Craig county whore she spent several weeks as the guest of her uncle, Major Andrew McCartney Bedford Bulletin; Miss Lillian ILg inbotbam, of Montville, declined a school offered her in Indian Territory and is now teaching near Lexington, Rockbridge county. The remains of Margaret Rhode?, infant daughter of Rev. and Mrs. D. H, Kern, which died in Baltimore on tl e 24th inst., were brought to Lex? ington nnd interred Thursday after? noon. Mr. Frank T. Snider, of Rockbridge Baths, president of Rockbridge Musi? cal Associa iou, will ba th"* mu.sirul d'? rector a' i.'-e State Christian Convent? ion to i e held in Trinity Meth...

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