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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 5 March 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD MARCH 5 I0O8. LAY STEEl ON TWO LINES Rock Island and Santa Fe Both Kavs Outfits at Work In March . (From Friday's Dally.) Track laying wlll be under way on two lines out of Amarlllo next montb. The cut-ofr from Panban- rile on the Santa Ke la sow being finished and tha superintendent ot the Rock Ilnd nore expects to put a track laying outfit to work on the extension went (rout here In a abort time. No effort ha been made to hurry the work on the Kock Island because the preaent Intentions of the road and tho Industrial and commercial condition for the last few months have not encouraged the project. As the company has about two niontda yet In whlc bto complete the twenty mile section west from Amarlllo. there is no need for rushing the rest of tho work. Although completlou of tho line clear through to Tucum- rar In not likely to be undertaken at prespnt It Is entirely likely that the construction company now at work will bo authorised to keep at work with tho small ...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 5 March 1908

... ....... . the wnnKLY hhrald march 5 loos. 3 i POSITIVE CURES FOR tions ' On U10 olhrc hand. Dr. Terrlll chafes a very moderate feo for bla services Ihcro being no charge for medielnea and that tho patient may know that ho will get eactly what ho pays for and that bo may bo fully liiHitred aRalnat posHll.ln loss. Dr. Tcrrili gives each and every cans uceepled by him for VIlITrKN.ai-Kn.L GUARANTEE1 OV A CERTAIN AMI LAST. IVQOUKK J)r. Terrlll Cure Contagious Blood Poison nover to return ; Varicocele and Knotcd. Veins bv painless methods Sirlcures and I'rlnary Corn- plants without Surgleal Operations. Lent Vitality In Men with exclusive) methods; No stimulant but penuaneut. Nervous Debility. Iost Vitality. I'nlevelonwl Organ Piles FN- 1 11 la Ctrrti Rheumatism. Stomach Kidney. llladdor mid 1'rohUUo Trouble noil laired to stay Cured. DR. TERRILItf LATEST HOOK IS NEXT l-'REE. 'Dr. Torrlll'a latest and 'beHt book No. Ifi. on tli Dlsc'sacs of Mn. will be Bent ARSOMJTKXY I'll KM to any a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 5 March 1908

1 TUB WEEKLY HERALD MARCH 5. 1905. THE WEEKLY HERALD Published weekly oo Thursdays t Polk Eire Amarillo Tews. By r. E. HOL5EX. Entered it tha roatofflct at Amir lllo TciMi as second cliti wall mat- Officii! Organ of City of Amarillo and Potior County ADVERTISING RATES. Display 20o per iucn each Insertion Locali 10c per loco cb Insertion SUBSCRIPTION f 1.00 PER TEAR. Tha Harald will ceaaa coming to you whan your time expires unless an authorized to continue iv. Should any anbirrlber fall to ra- tal Tba Herald regularly pUsse advls ua at onca by card or tele phone. Any errors reflecting upon tba character standing or reputation at any person firm or corporation which nay appear la tha colamna of laa Honld will ba gladly corrected upon Its being brought to lb at tention of tba publishers. THURSDAY MARCH 5 1908 PATRIOTISM V8. FAIR PLAY. From tho telegraph advices racelv- d from tba New York to Paris auto- mobile races one la led to wUh tbat on ' Aniorlean machine waa entered In the cont...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 5 March 1908

THU WEEKLY HERALD MARCH 5. 1908. 5 WAS FOUND UNCONSCIOUS Young Ranchman Near Canadian Will Die From Accidental Injury Canadian. Texas. Feb. 29. Thurs- day morning lunt. about 11 o'clock Arthur Wise about 25 or' 26 years of age an employe of A. A Parell a ranch owner located about fifteen mile scant of Canadian was found lo an unconscious condition lie was hurriedly brought Into town and has since been hovering between life and death. At prenont no hopes are en- tertained for his recovery. lit-ft Thursday Morning. It appears that early Thursday morning ho left tht. ranch on horse- back and from all indication ' It would appear that his horse stum- bled and falling rolled over him. He has a small bruise on the right Hide of the head but 1s suffering from concussion of the brain and has not recovered consciousness. His relatives have been telegraph- ed for and a brother from Burton. Texas is expected to arrive Sunday. He has lain In Dr. H. C. Clayton's office since 'being brought to to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 5 March 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD MARCH 5. I0O8. CALL MEETING ON TEX. LAWS Tens Secretaries Association "Fewer Laws and Better Laws" (From Friday's Dally.) J. 8. Arnold. pr;ldnt of the Tex 1 Commercial Secretaries' asiorla tiOD hai Just Issued the call author ized at the meeting la Fort Worth on the 15th of this monlb for a meeting In Fort Worth on the Uth and 13th of March of representatives of the agricultural and commercial Interests of all parts of Texas. The call explains the purposes of the meeting aa follows: "Pursuant to action of the slate association of Texas Comments! Bee retarles In convention held In the Ity of Fort Worth on this the 15th !ay of February call Is hereby Is sued for a conference of represents tires of the agricultural and com jnerclal Interests of Texas for the purpose of discussing and proposing legislation as may be found Inimical to tho development of tho agricul- tural or commercial Interests such conference to he held In the clly of Fort Worth on Friday and Satur da...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 5 March 1908

in"aj m m ri THE WEEKLY HERALD MARCH 5 1908. PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. J J. IIANNA ) Diseases of Eye Ear Nose and Throat ' Glasse Fitted. Rooms 7 itnil 8. Riving Building N. J. WADE Attorney-at-Law Reynolds Bid. Ft. Worth T. Practice in SUte and Federal Courts Hum new of non-residents given per- onal attention. S. V. Thoue 180. A SUCCESS ? Yesl the New (Jeler Steam Plow is a success In every . Particular. 1 hose who have seen It say "no more disc plowing:.'' It is at work five miles east of Amarlllo better jro and see it if Interested or write ' N. A. GRAY Amarlllo Texas Registered Hereford Cattle FOR SALE Three Bulls and Ten head of She Stuff. For Trices write V. P. Reid Mobeetie Texas SACHSE IVEY LAND CATTLE AND INSURANCE AGENTS Vega Townsite Co. G. A. SACIISE T. N. IVEY Prompt Service When you notify us by tel- CDhone or otherwise to call for vour package we don't say "All Right." and then wait for two days before we come for it. We call the same day within a few minutes if you are ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 5 March 1908

t 1 -rvvi 1"0-N THE WEEKLY HERALD. MARCH 5. 1 90S ill J! GOULD ROADS PLAN LINES Depression Has Not Slopped Preparation for Road Through the Panhandle Associated Preis. Chicago Feb 2. Authoritative souncement has been mado that while the financial depression has caused delay a tho carrying out of the Gould plana fur building an ex- tention of the Weatherford Mineral Well t NnrtliwMic rn division of the system from Mineral Wells Texas north went to a connection ith the Denver and Illo Urandn at Trinidad Colo. the project by no means has hem abandoned. Pre- liminary work In connection with the urvey la In progress. More than 4no mile of the route haa been de. elded on. The extension la to be almost an air line of lower grade than the Fort Worth & Denver or th Colorado & Southern both of whlrh It will parallel for a connld- irraMn portion of the dlhtancn. DUtancr 700 Mile. The distance from Mineral Wells to Trinidad l ahout TOO miles. This at present la the Urgent railroad en- t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 12 March 1908

unji imilil.iir'. i Weel Th ll (SL VOL. XXIIF. AAMKILLO. TIIXAS THURSDAY MARCH 12 1908 NO. 11 YOUNG LADY SHOT e V Y INTIMATE Demented by Over Work Sanitarium and Where She A? '(Hated Press. Dost on. Mass. March II At I. a urea's school .tn exclusive linihli-iii- school lor young women 'iirly i 1 . . Miss F.IUabeth Iiallcv Hardee "i t-'ii aniiah. dii. was shot anil i !''! Ii Mi Surah Chamberlain V. 'I f Philadelphia wild tlii'li cum- i i 'I -mcidf. iolh wi'I'o graduates V. :':.iv college and they had l"'iM llllilliato ll'ldld;!. Kllrll WHS ii yea r old. The first of I'1 i ' ioip-r Uiry opened Laurens in tin' opening day Miss We'd li li.o down I lo in overwork. .'! li.i'. line ! ijci'ii inn '!' i rent nioiit ' .1 .i ii'l.a iiini In We-.i New ion fr 'Ml which silo escaped lasi tlighl : 'I I !(- n' lif-d in l.a nn-iii on tho An- !:i 1'iiad into l'cna. V.'hi'ii Mis. Pace (lie matron of I'!'' school v t-ti i to Mi.-s Hardee's I'oin Ot-: nnH'iiiim in awaken her. !oMll lull ll .! ill' UOI1I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 12 March 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD. MARCH 12 1908. GGEST GATHERING OF CATTLEHN Committee Are Busy With Plans for the Entertain- ment of the Visitors Who Will Attend Cattle Raisers' Convention Seven weeka from tit Tuesday (be greatest crowd of cattlemen and their friends that ever gathered in the Panhandle will be In Amarlllo (or the anuual convention of the Panhandle Stockralsers' convention and the citizen' exeoutlve commit- tee appointed by tho association's committee last week la already busy with plana that will make tho gath- ering in every way the blgges'find beat event in the association's his- tory. Will Adverliae Widely. Advertising (or the gathering will be puHhed by every means that ran be made to draw effective attention to it. News of the contention and of the men who will be here to speak end of the events inside and out of the convention that may be exported to take place will be given publicly in all papers whose readers are In- terested In the cattln Industry ond In this section. In...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 12 March 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD MARCH 12 1908. STOCK COMPANY FOR THE PANHANDLE FAIR .Start Made Last Night Toward $50000 Concern 1 Financed by Panhandle Men for a Great Exposition of Panhandle Products I I'lvum KriiUj . Daily. ) " . ' Thi' best li :!ini uny' ofiib ' aii'' ln.'i.t' untight the mi" Hint will r.sy'll I In' lliiihl inl I'lrlli e .inU (In I III' l:lu..l IMHIll. Ill llllllil' (Mil' Mlli.-I'l il- tii.ii iiml v riii down umi names toy i '.'.mill nmiiil )i i 1 1 1 1 :- i n 1 1 sum - iiinl I III' l 's wliiu I II tin." irt lln' way II. 1!. S.. !l : I 1 1 I'Mll'I'.-M'tl Ills M lllillK'lllS III ih" lniliiiinlii' r. in1 iiii'iiiii:.; lu.-i nielli in ih" utility i Hin t mom ill lli ii i' I iii i ii.i Ami nli lii'iial) I In' Mri.-.i I ;! mil -.;ii lint. I u borne III iihImI Ii many ui Hi'' members n t lie jiiilnilii in eolnlllK lo llli lllictilli:. .i iiniiilu T ui ilii'M- present made the '1(1 c M'li'i li"s wImIi Mr. S inborn sir." ;i't''il In mnl.e a slaiier mi t lie I'hl III llli' l'li'lll II...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 12 March 1908

y- ' THE WEEKLY HERALD MARCH 12 I0O8. V THE WEEKLY HERALD published weekly on TtmsxtWyi t 616 Polk Street. AmarUlo Txc ny r. k. uokhe.v. Entered at the Postoffice at Amar- IJlo Texas ai accond clan mall mut- ter. Official Organ of City of AmarUlo And Totter County ADVERTISING RATES. Display 20c per Inch each lusertlon. Locals 10c per Inch each Insertion. SUBSCRIPTION 11.00 PER YEAR. The Herald will cense coming to you when your time expires utiles we are authorized lo continue It. ' Should any subscriber full to re- ceive The Ilernld regularly please advise us at once by card or tele- phone. . Any errors reflecting upon the character standing or repuiV.lon of any person firm or corporator which may appear In the eclnmua of The Herald will be gladly corrected tipon Iti being brought to the at tentlon of the publisher. THURSDAY MARCH 12 1908 DON'T UK A JACKASS. Initiative coupled with judgment Ih a requisite truly necessary to per- sonal success. A man with Die one and without the oth...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 12 March 1908

V the weekly herald march 12 1908. u i PROFESSIONAL CARDS DK.J J. MAIN IN A I li.SCIISCH of Eye. Ear Nose and Throat Glasses Fitted. Kooms 7 Htvl H. r.iviiin Pailldinj; U N. J. WADE Attorneyat-Lw Reynold Bid. Ft. Worth Tu Practice In Slate mii.1 Federal Court. v Huaiiirs of non-rt-Mdciits xiven jht- ' t iol attention. S. V I'hunc l So. A SUCCESS ? Ve.il the New tielser 5team I'low Is a success In every Particular. I hose who have Heen it say "no more disc plowing.'' It is at work five miles east of Amarillo better . 0 anil see it If interested or write N. A. GRAY Amarillo Texas Registered Hereford Catlls FOR SALE Three Dulls and Ten head of She Stuff. For Trices write 1 I'. Reid Mobectie Texas SACHSE S IVEY LAND CATTLE AND INSURANCE AGENTS Vega Townsite Co. O. A. SACIISK J. X. IVKV Prompt Service When you notify us by tel- eohone or otherwise to call for vour package we don't f.-v "All Right" and then v two days before v. 1 : for it. V 1 s Trm diy v . .cK ."S f j . v. n d in a hurry...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 12 March 1908

V S 1 THE WEEKLY HERALD MARCH 12 1008. hi . A 'y.' ' ' yy FOR NERVOUS WEAK AND "RUN DOWN" MEN Dr. Tcrrlll'i original und exclusive treatment huH no equal. Men who urn over-worked worried anil who re In n exhausted nervous state can expect but little relief from the oidnary form of treatment for the simple reason Out the ordinary Mii'thiHlM we nol capable of piixl n:- Irtjf satisfactory results. Dr. Tirrl M'n method dlfler from those used by other specialists lit thut they uro ab- solutely hare rational m leiiMflc nml correct and not hinjf but. successful " and lusting cures can follow their Uh. For tho past 3a yearn )r Ter- rlll ha been tli recognised leader In Him specialty field mid diiilnr tuU entire successful career bis name Iihh been synony- mous with honesty and fair dealing with afflicted ma n k I ml. Thla la why ho la always the choice of Uiohh who demand tin boat and who want exactly what they pay for. Dr. Terrll makes no false proinlMeB or misleading statements but he doe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 12 March 1908

' Great Removal Sale Starts Mar. I i J 908 Great Removal Sale Continues until March 2 WE ARE MOVING! To our new spacious building which is now being completed at Nos. 200 202 204 206 and 208 East 4th street where we will be At Home to all of our old customers and cordially invite all others to the best arranged and best lighted store in Amarillo. The solid Plate Glass Front on 4th and Taylor streets make it possible for customers to see exactly the quality of every piece of goods they buy so that when they return home and examine their purchases they do not find that they have been deceived by not being able to see what they were buying. 0 Ey is Easier to M&w Than ods M So you will see by the prices quoted below that we are sacrificing our goods rather than move them. When the balance of our immense Spring Stock which will soon be here will fill the new building so we are letting the people have these goods at the following low prices and by doing this we are doing the best adve...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 12 March 1908

-' -' f " V "srs w.iii V TIIU WEEKLY MKRALD. MARCH 12 I9O8. TO GET RID OFJROHIA W. P Anderson Points out Nec esslty lor Care by Panhandle Cattlemen (From Frldaya Daily.) "Clean house" in ihe message which William I-nn Anduiuu. live- Hock nS'nt for Inn Peru Valley llne has ror the Block hum of Hie Texas and llio Soulhweat. Kansas on t lie north has inly enacted drbtlr Inspection and quarantine liwa which l!l nw K niTOHBury qua care on the pail of Panhandle dorkinen If they wl" to keep up ma- Ihfactory trade relations Mill that tatc. HprakhiK or then laws aud their leons for h ockincn here. Mr. Anderson says: The Male of Kansas under a Mat- lite marled for iho purpose ha ar- ranged a pUu will! Ihe bureau of ualmal Industry whereby Inn agents tf the n. II. I- and an equal number of experienced men employed by the wtate. will make u farm lu farm and ranch in ranch canvasa for ihe pur- poiio of entirely eliminating from that state the piratical rattle pent known as eronla eomtnoiily rail...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 19 March 1908

TSie Weekly Herald. VOL. XXIII. AMARILLO TEXAS THURSDAY MARCH 19 1908 NO. 12 COLLISION STOVES LARGE HOLE SHIP Was Coming Into Bay of Long Island When Struck By Crown of Casile Wireless Re- ports No One Injured Aodated Press New York March IS. - The big trt.ns-Atlu.ntlc bfamer Kron Piinz Wllhelm. which arrived from Furope curl today was in a collision with steamer while coniln up tin.- b;iy. Fhn Is now lying al anchor off SI. tieorgo L. I with a largo hole in her lde. No divoc t report hits been received and the extent of da ma go she sustained l not kuown. In response to inquiries by wire- less captain Nlererrh sent. I ho As- roi:latrd Prens th following: ' The Crown of Cai'tllo rau into us. No "body injured. Nod Nlerereh." The rrown of Castile of I he N'nv York Continental lino arrived from Ham- burg Inst night and left quarantine at 7:30 this morning ahr.ut twenty minutes behind the Kronz Prlnz Wil- helm and must havo overtaken her while she moved slowly through tli( fog. The Cast...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 19 March 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD MARCH 1 9 1908. arc GREEK LETTER II 1 1 P2nhand:e Panliellenlc Asso- ciation Names Officers and Committees (From 6turday'i Daily.) "Rah rb rah lab rub ran lUh rah rah Pan-hcll-enlc." Jujt a few short exercise la lung expansion was necessary with aorne of tho younger goats who met lint Bight to talk over and atart a ran- hellonlc organisation and following these ou'Wsts after the formula given above tho purty got down to talk business ln tho Chamber of Coin- jncrco rooms. Aa a starter Colonel II. T. Groom was made chairman of tho meeting and tho ruoa present then entered Into a discussion of the prospects end possibilities for meeting of fra- ternity men of tho Panhandle. The desirability of an organization found expression In a motion for a per- manent organization at once. Thin wu followed after a genoral dlscus- alon by a motion from Dr. L. E. Mag- cnat that tho association's year be- gin cn tho 2Ut of April thla year nd that officers be elected Imme- diately to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 19 March 1908

THU WliEKLY HERALD MARCH lo I9O8. 3 1 wmwruii'i FRY MAM WHO WANTS it Miat men Know tli.it ihev consult. Dr. Terrlll and Hint they for. And that they may bo fully will P't exactly r.m mey a los of cither time or money IK. Terrlll plves each and every cas.c accepted by him for treatment a. WHITTKX iM;1.I ;l.Alt.l I K OV A nS1TI i: AXULASI- j ( i iti:. . Dr. i eiiill m cs ark o m.i: Htitirnm:. i-ost manhood. i mi;i:i- Ol'l l) DIM JAN'S. NKIUOl'S DMHUTV SI'KOI Fl ItUMIll HIISOX. Itl.ADDFIl iml KID.NKV TUOl HU: j JUIKl'MATISX. nil I ISTl l-A MSSl III! and I'kostatic iisi:asi:s. ; Ip. Terrlll'M Honk No. 2ti In Scut Absolutely Free ''I'o any address In a plain scaled envelope If you mention Mil paper and enclose 10 cents for pontage. This hook Dr. rVrrill'H latest work on the Diseases of Men is the best treat- Mso ever published hy u physician. it describes fully and. clearly all the diseases mentioned above and it will (ell you how to p't well liow lo regain your one-time vim and vi- tali...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 19 March 1908

: L TUG WEEKLY HERALD MARCH 1 9. I0O8. J THE WEEKLY HERALD Published eiily on Thursday lit 1 I'oin 8tret Amarlllo Texas. Br P. E. DOE8EX. Entered at the Poitofflce at Amar r!lo Texas as eocond clans mall mat Official Organ of Cllr of Amarlllo and Totter Count ADVERTISING RATES. tinpl7 20c per in cli each Insertion. Locals lOo per inch each Insertion. SUBSCRIPTION 11.00 PER TEAR. The Herald will reaaa coming to you when your tltne expires uultsi we are authorized to continue it. Miould any subscriber (nil to re- ceive The Herald regularly pliae ad vine us at once by card or tele then. Any errors reflecting pon the 1 of character. standlnc or reuuMtloa any tterion. firm or corporation which may appear In the cols inns of The Herald will be gladly corrected upon Its being brought to the at' tentloa of the publisher. THURSDAY MARCH 19 1908 THK CHILDRKN'8 TEKTU - FUTlIti: HEALTH. A XII The Importance of the proper care of the teeth is advocated as a subject which should be Impressed by t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 19 March 1908

Till; WEEKLY HERALD MARCH 19 1903 Rapid changes of temperature are hard on the toughest constitution. The conductor passing from the heated inside of a trolley car to the icy temperature of the platform the canvasser spending an hour or so in & heated building and then walking against a biting wind know the difficulty of avoiding cold. 3 colt s LmuiJion strengthens the A body so that it can better withstand the . . a A danger of cold from changes of temperature. 2 It will help you to avoid taking cold. jj ALL DRUCOISTSl CltOWl) WAS i:TlllSI.STIC. Maay Attended Flrdt Game at Hasp- ball Park. A good-natured and enthusiastic crowd camo alive to baseuiill yester- day ln the game at tho park between a picked team under tho leadership of Mlko Hollander and a team from the Pecos Valley offices. Neither ag- Srrgatlou was ln exhibition trim but loth hides entered Into the contest with plenty of go aud the gaiuo had Interest ull the way through. Hol- lander's bunch had eight runs and the ...

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