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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 4 May 1878

Jewels of the Crowa of Seotlstarsu At Edlnbunr. Scotland, come rears since, the Jewels of the Crown were locked In a box, that box In another, and so on, until they were supposed to be burglar-proof. They were then locked up In the vault of the castle, there to remain for one hundred Tears, the keys twlnir nlaeed In a mortar and fired Into the sea. Scarce fifty years passed by, and the modem lock-picker opens the vault and boxes without trouble. So the science of medicine, when studied with the aid of chemistry and the mi croscope, becomes plain and simple, and dis eases that were regarded incurable a genera tion ago, now readily yield to remedies em ployed by the modern and progressive physi cian. A decade of years since, .and women were taught to believe that their peculiar dis eases and weaknesses were incurable; but now hundreds and thousands of once bed-ridden women in the United States will testify to the fact that Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription has effected their perfect ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 11 May 1878

MSrfUlSSMI "fc - JH -O. Ml. -. - - -? r - " t-v;---. 'jtr-ji :.'," i 'JH'V - -j . -1 l-t'.t C" - l V $. J"UMJ -? volume xn. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, MAY 11, 1878. NUMBER 20. -GL IOLA REGISTER lKfl.;Ii', I .vl j! n I lllJCi r. i i ( v ii ir CURRENT EVENTS. Capt. Lucius Trovers, an old and highly respected resident of Carroll County, Va., about eight months ago married a handsome and dashing young "r woman of 22, he being 70. They had some matrimonial differences, dne mainly, it is believed, to the giddy young wife's penchant for flirting with a younger men. On the night of the 28th Capt. Travers was murdered, his throat being cutfroni ear ? ear, and his body thrown into a creek, whleb ran sear the house. Upon the evidence-of a cham bermaid, Mrs. Travers was arrested. She at first stoutly protested her Inno cence, but subsequently gave way and confessed the murder. After being placed in jail she attempted to commit suicide by stabbing herself in the breast with a pair of scissors. ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 11 May 1878

THE REGISTER OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNT. PUBLISHED EVERY SATGBDAx MOBHISG. BY CJGEKSOLL & PEBKCfS. IOLA, ALLENCODNTY, KANSAS. G. D. Ingeesoix, Editor H. A. Peekhis, Local Editor. teems: One year, in advance .'. WOO Six months. In advance,.: 1 J Three month!, in advance, o SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1878. The Topeka Daily Commonwealth has lately been enlarged to eight columns, and Prentiss is again on its editorial staff. It has always boen the best paper ever published at the btate capital, ana will now be better man ever. Tom. Ryan will probably be renomi nated in the 3d district ; Haskell in the 2d; and if Col. Phillips is send back from the 1st district, Kansas will be represented in the next Congress, by a delegation composed entirely of experi enced men, and no State, without greater representation, will command more in fluence. The State School Fund of Kansas comes principally from two sources. First, the general government pays over to the State fivo per cent, of the pro ceeds of all...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 11 May 1878

besides, tne common oru.uc, u";i MSiJliliaaalaxr. physiology, industrial drawing, next trdJ!::l!: April lOEdwm Sater IOLA REGISTER-Supplemeiit. i S j ae&' o fftStJ ' ... t , sou , tot. FoZ. 12. IOLA, KANSAS, MAY, 11, 1878. Mr T. L. Boyd started home to Ohio, Friday. Judge Talcott is holding: court in Wilson county. Mr. J. C. Mcrritt of Cb-nute was in town Thursday. Mr. Wm. Parker got back from Ohio Thursday evening. Mrs. Hartley started Tuesday last for Ohio, where she will make an ex tended visit. "Cherry ripe" will be realized soon. On some trees about town cherries are turning red. r The spire of the Presbyterian church, which was damaged by lightning last fall, is being repaired. - Frank Wing moved to town Tues day, occupying the house he purchased of Chas. Lakin last fall. For a clean shave, shampoo, or nob by hair cut, try our tonsorial artist, Tharp, west sidu Washington avenue. Say, you fellows, ivh mw some new potatoes at one of the grocery stores this week. They were g...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 11 May 1878

1 .1 P hi Si ON THE RAIL ! We'have been enabled by our lieavy" Trade this Spring to sell out our first stockpurchased inMarch and have now on the way anotlier- very attractive stock of goods suitable for the more advanced sea son. - We shall exhibit New Verona Cloths, 12 1-2 cents'. Figured Lamertines, 15 cents. - JVe?f shades in Brown and Greys in Pacific, Lustres. Beautifvl Novelties in Worsted Fringes and Buttons -in shades to match Dress Goods, per- - fectly. We offer a choice selec tion Victoria Lawns. The most lovely materials of all otJier for ladies white patterns. Also Plain ' Jriaicb JSansooits at ex tremely low prices. We shall be the lowest on . Dress Linens and all Wash Materials of which we have the most complete assort ment to be found. We have had a large trade already in these goods, and shall add to -stock each week new and de sirable lots. Brown ' White Linen Embroideries and Inser tlngs, with buttons to match for trimming. OUR 100 BONE CORSET is a perfect model o...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 11 May 1878

H ts THE IOIA REGISTER Published Every Saturday. TOT.A. KANSAS. GEHEKAL BKETECIE8. Tomatoes sell in Key West at 6 cents a box, and are so abundant that many growers are feeding them to their swine. Where the division between the toes is not complete, and they; are partially joined, they are called twin toes. They are reputed to be very lucky. In the year 1877 marriages in England fell, for the first time in six years, below 200,000. In Scotland the number was the lowest registered since 1872. A sig nificant sign of the times. The St. Petersburg Exchange Gazette estimates the cost of the war at SG00, 000,000,.which will, it is estimated, de mand an expenditure of about 332,500, . 000 annually to cover interest and sink ing fund. The Mayor of Boston is of the opin ion that a concert of exclusively opera bouffe musicis not " sacred " in tho eye of the law, and therefore not to be per mitted on a Sunday evening in that city. A general municipal law in English cities imposes a fine or im...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 18 May 1878

sJo 'JS C o ufco JqLc u y isK. C Cc iw- -- T-defiPj&r .ft3:i s if ' ; THE REGISTER. VOLUME XII. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, MAY 18, 1878. NUMBER 21. TOLA) fi I I I r sv- ' CURRENT EVENTS. Tho Senate Committee on Foreign Relations have decided to recommend the adoption of a concurrent resolution, requesting the President to open nego tiation with the Governments of China and Great Britain, with a view to re stricting Chinese immigration. In accordance with instructions of the House Committee on Banking and Currency, Representative Phillips has prepared and has been authorized to re port to the House a bill directing the Secretary of the Treasury to reissue, in denominations of $1 and (2 United States notes, the sum of $10,000,000, held in reserve in the Treasury for re demption of fractional currency not yet redeemed, and requiring that the same shall be paid out on demand for current expenses of the Government, so as to place it in circulation. The bill also provides that any 'f...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 18 May 1878

r lb '. iiFLWM wrWTwf THE REGISTER OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTTr PUBLISHED EVEEY SATURDAY MOBXUJQ. 1XGEUSOLL A PERKINS. ; IOLA, ALLEXCOUNTY, KANSAS. 6. D. Ingeusoll, Editor H. A. Peekins, Local Editor. teems : One ear, in advance, bis months, in advance, Uirce months, in advance,... ..esoo .. j ... so SATUEDAY, MAY 18. 1878. . The Illinois Republicans will hold tbeir State Convention at Springfield, on Wednesday, June 26th. The Salt Lake Tribune of the 8th inst, says that the United States troops at Camp Douglas were paid off in gold a few days ago. A ssow stokji prevailed over a con siderable portion of Central and South ern Iowa, on Saturday of last week. No very considerable amount of damage was done, however. We notice from our exchanges that comparatively few saloons are being licensed this year.in Kansas. The Mur phy and other temperance organizations are beginning to bear fruit. .. A beuebe frost occurred thoughout Michigan, Northern Indiana, Northern Illinois, Wisconsin and Iowa...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 18 May 1878

P. THE REGISTER. SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1878. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER Xi. L. & G. R. R. TIME-TABLE. GOING NORTH. PASSENGER 11:39 A. M. FREIGHT....?. 2:22 p. m. GOING SOUTH. PASSENGER. 5:07 Psi. FREIGHT.....;....; .. &22.P. jl METHODIST EPISPOCAL. - Corner of Jefferson avenue and Broadway St. Eerrieca every Sabbath at 10;- to 11 Ji . h. Sab bath -School from 11 A,' to liii- Class meeting tromZp.u. to 4. Preaching from liir.u to Wi. J: S. Klise. Pastor.' ,r.o PRESBYTERIAN. .Corner Madison avenue and "Western street, Services 10; a. m. anilTji. iu. Sunday School at Ji a. in. BAPTIST. ,On Sycamore Street. Services every Sabbath at 11 o'clock x . M. and" o'clock' p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evenings. J. W. AITOX, Pastor. METHODIST PROTESTANT, In Odd Fellows Hall, every alternate Sabbath 'night, commencing April SSth. W. II. 3IAKEAXY, Pastor. NEWSPAPER LAWS Any person taking a newspaper regniarly from er's, is responsible for the the pbstoffice, whether directed to his name or ano...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 18 May 1878

T MDfNEAPOLIS C0m.A6KA.TI0H. How to be Secured Froaa the EaTect of iiUce Calamity-. To protect one's life and property against unforeseen accident and destruction is a duty scarcely anyone will dispute, bnt just the means to bo used may be, and Is, debatable. Death tctZf come to all; and loss by fire of the most valuable property as well as the lowliest home is recorded every day of the year, and will be, so long as time shall continue. Whose life is to be cut off, or whose home Is to be destroyed no one can telh Neither can they even suspect when or how, certainly not when they arc expecting it; else would they be ready to extinguish the devouring element in its incipient first spark of existence. Either like the dreadful explosion at Minneapolis, or at the dead hoar of midnight, or perchance when husband aM protector is far away in the field docs the demon strike. In our opinion there is but one, and only one, remedy or security, and that Is a Policy of Insurance in some good soun...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 25 May 1878

' - K . -f! ? .iJ i IOLA REGISTER - , - -, - VOLUME XII. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, MAY 25, 1878. NUMBER 22. . fii3-'.J T THE w - Is J lH 11 J I i I h r I ) L u CURRENT EVENTS. The Executive Council of the new Na tional party have recently been in ses sion at jxew Xork for the purpose of de vising plans for the thorough and sys tematic organization of the party in the States, preparatory for the fall cam paign. D. B. Sturgeon, of Toledo, O., member of the Legislature of that State. presided, and Alexander Troupe, of New Haven, Ct., acted as Secretary. It is tne intention of the Council, the Sec retary said, to make a vigorous fight next fall in all the States,and a desperate and concentrated effort will be made to at least obtain the balance of power in all those States whose Legislatures are to elect United States Senators next winter. " They feel sanguine, he said, of being successful in the States of Con necticut, Maine, New York, Pennsylva nia, Indiana, Michigan, Illinois, Wis ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 25 May 1878

K.-rtr - ?i -- THE REGISTER OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTS). PUBLISHED EVEEY SATURDAY MORNING. Br I.VGERSOLL & PERKINS. iola, Allencounty; kans'as. G. D. Ingersoll Editor H. A. Perkins, Local Editor. terms: One rear, inwtTance ...82 00 Six months, in advance,... 1 00 Three months, In advance, 50 SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1878. THE POTTER RESOLUTION. The Potter investigation resolution passed the Houne under the operation of the "gag-law" last weet. Just what is the object of the Democrats in re opening the Presidential question, we are at a loss to determine. Do they mean to attempt to unseat Mr. Hayes, or is it merely an effort to manufacture a little political capital for the next Presidential campaign at the expense of the national treasury. If it is but the iniatory step towards turning the President out of office, we should like to know just how this ob ject can be lawfully or peaceably accom plished. Mr. Hayes can only be removed by impeachment or forcible revolution. Suppose that the m...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 25 May 1878

J I ) .THE REGISTER? SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1878. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER L. L. & G. R. R. TIME-TABLE. GOING HOBTH. PASSENGER 11:39 a. FEEIGHT. 2:22 p. A" oonru south. . PASSENGEB. 5:07 p. m. FEEIGHT.-.iw..... 2:22 r.n. Close connection made at Kansas City, an d through tickets for sale to all East ern points. J. E. LOCKWOOD, Gen. Ticket Agent. TL S. Aybes, Local Agt. NEWSPAPER 1AW3. Any person taking a newspaper regularly from i 10 nu naj If a person order his paper discontinued be name or the poatomce, whether directed to anouers, is responsiwe ror tne If a nerson order bis DaDer most pay all arrearages, or the publisher may continue to send It until the nayment is made. and collect the whole amount, wbether.the paper is taaen irom me omce or not. The courts hae decided that renuine to tale newspapers and periodicals from the postofflce, or removing ana leaving tnemnncauea tor, u prima facie evidence of intentional fraud. Papers may be sent to subscribers until an express order t...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 25 May 1878

- - -" "- - THE IOIA EEGISTEK Published Every Saturday. JOLA. KANSAS. GENERAL BREVITIES. The present of Secretary Sherman to his niece, who married Senator Don Cameron, was a check for $5,000. Woman's rights have been so far recognized at Fort Edward, N. Y., to make Mrs. Sarah T. Cook Pound mistress. Melancholia, which has struck the Czar, of Russia, is said to hare affected every autocrat of his family after the age of 50. Mks. Allingham, of Grand Rapids, Mich., dropped dead from heart dis ease last week, from seeing a fight be tween her two sons. Mks. Samuel Williams, of West Cambridge, W. Va., recently gave birth to a child which is doing well, though it weighed but one and a half pounds when a week old. Mr. Caklin, of Mason, Texas, is said i to be the largest sheep-raiser in the southwestern portion of the State. He has a herd of 10,000, and his annual clip has just yielded him 50,000 pounds. The Sun of Hartwell, 6a., claims dis tinction for Hart County, on the ground that there...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 1 June 1878

UTTTfj MBUJC iMfWiosS.- ? Ti ' " it-, - .--Hm 1 ' "tJfiu-j: J j YQLTJME Xn. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, JUNE 1, 1878. NUMBER '23. i ., THE TOLA -U LI1! J I ,W T I U lid -"' il ii. n 3 1 ? i i m CURRENT EVENTS. On the 20th, Mr. Leon Chotteau, a commercial agent from France, address ed the San Francisco Chamber of Com merce in favor of a new commercial treaty between France and the United States, and was very cordially received, as he had been in all the large cities which he had visited. United States Minister Seward writes of the famine in China, that actual star vation is pressing upon 15,000,000 of people, while 60,000,000 are suffering more or Jess distress. The crops, ne Bays, nave Deen good imme diately around the stricken district, but as food can be transported only on wagons or pack-animals, it can not be taken thither in sufficient quantities to save the lives of the people. In Tientsin a house made of mats, for the accommodation of the suffering women and children from the...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 1 June 1878

is THE REGISTER OFFICIAL PAPER OF .COUNTY. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, ONGEBSOLL A PEBKINS. IOLA, ALLElTicODNTy, KANSAS. G. D. Inoebsoll, Editor II. A. Perkins, ...Local Editor; TERMS : Ouevear, iuadrancc, ,. Six months, in advance, Three months, in ml Tunc,... $2 00 ....t 100 so SATDEDAY, JUNE 1, 1878. The. wheat market in Kansas City has declined about thirteen cents in the last week, and No. 3, is now quoted at 87 c per bushel. This rapid decline has been caused br the prevailing belief that there will be no further European war, and the favorable reports received con cerning the new crop. We forgot last week to note the fac that the Neodesha Free Frets had just been enlarged to eight columns, and oth erwise improved, It is now as large, and as a local sheet, fully equal to any paper in the county. We are glad to see this evidence of prosperity, and hope that the citizens of Neodesha will con tinue to give Mc. a liberal patronage. Golden Hours for June contains many excelle...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 1 June 1878

y fvn '"" - esrT--eea. fOMur" . J II THE register: $8ATUBDAY, JUNE 1, 1878. .THE. OFFICIAL. COUNTY PAPER LL.IO.R.R. TIME-TABLE. GOING NORTH. FA8SENOEB ?. 11:39 A. u. FREIGHT. 2:22 p. it GOING SOUTH. PASSENGER. &07 P. M. FREIGHT. , - 2:22 p. M. Close connection made at Kansas City, and through tickets for sale to all East era points. J. E. LOCKWOOD, Gen. Ticket Agent R. S. Ayees, Local Agt. METHODIST EPISPOCAL. Corner or Jefferson avenue and Broadway St. Services ciery Sabbath mt 10)f to 11 x. M. Sab bath School from US to ls. Class meeting from 3 r. v. to 4. Preaching from 7K p. m to bK. J. 8. Klixe. Pastor. PRESBYTERIAN. Corner Madison avenue and Western street. Services 10) a. in. and7 p.m. Sunday School at a.m. BAPTIST. On Syeamere Street. Services every Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. M. and7 o'clock P. Ji. Prayer meeting Wednesday evenings. J. W. AITOS, Tastor. NEWSPAPER LAWS Any person taking a newspaper regularly from posiowce, wneiner airecwa 10 ms name or another's. Is respons...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 1 June 1878

" -II ... .i -afctenyiifug Tke Art of Protectee Uffe. People generally desire long life and good health. Sickness and premature death are al most always due to violations of the laws that govern our physical being, and of which the masses are Ignorant If men knew better they would dobetter; but how can they avoid an evil that they knowjiot of!. .While efforts are made through the public shools to give each child a so-called common English educa tion, yet the children are permllted to grow up and enter upon the responsible duties of active life, profoundly Ignorant of the struc ture of their own bodies, and the laws of phy sical being upon which their health and lives depend. They are sent to school and crammed with arithmetic, grammar, and geography, by teachers who, in many Instances, have never studied physiology and" hygiene. They are taught to locate the mountains and trace the rivers of .' foreign' countries, but are never taught to locate the vital organs and glands of their o...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 8 June 1878

"V '- IJ7 . r MMwjgjuMiMjawiuWB in rM . a Tr?rjrst "" A -" - - i . t -rtA j , tfcwr- . -4 aiw - y-jA.w(CTtMj6wayaje' .grfgyMg ( -r- BB1 Bb - i- rxBicB .?jha. -liiy-xo NUMBER 24." -VOLUME xn. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, JUNE 8, 1878. aOJ-ff- -r - - ,yqt t!t-y)-njlgrt, jl-'tf-s fr-TT,ssg --"l r r THE I f sV H VLv I La SB v ssT B H m. v H I w BB1 SBY - BBS. BBS Bk BB1 -? BBY I 1 SBB v Bm BBk. B W BM m BB1 I ' ? J' ' f . J i ffc. CURRENT EVENTS. The Iowa Democratic State Conven tion, held on the 29th, adopted resolu tions in favor of a tariff for revenue only. the repeal of the Resumption act, the substitution of United States notes for national bank bills, the improvement by the Government of Western rivers, and a thorough investigation of the alleged Presidential election frauds of 1876; and opposing further contraction of the currency by the T retirement nt TTnitoil Ktntos nntoo k now in circulation. The State officers nominated are : For Secretary of State, Tom O.Walker, of Davis; A...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 8 June 1878

ii twft Wl Utimn THE REGISTER orrioiAX. 9ATK. or coomxt. PCBLISHEO BTBBT SATOTtDAY UOSXLNO. WgkesoIL &pkbkixs. t IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS. G. D. Ikgkrsoll, Editor H. A. PBRKCfS, Local Editor. teams: One year, in ad ranee,, 3 00 Six months. In advance, 1 00 Three months, la advance, 60 SATUEDAY, JUNE 8, 1878. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE MEETING, TorEKA, Kans., May 28, U78. The members of the Republican State Central Committee are requested to meet at tbe Teilt lloueeparlore, Topeka, on Friday, June 2sth, 1378, lor the purpose of making arrangements for a State Convention, and for aacu further bus iness as may be"proper. I respectfully urge the desirability of all members of tbe commutes being present in persen, and ask those who can. not attend to send as their proxies, representa tive r"" of the party. All Republieons through out the State are cordially invited to be present and participate in the proceedings. J. C. WILSON, Chairman. Doeiko the month of May, there were ninety-five...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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