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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 17 July 1901

No crop I can be 'grown zit hout Potash. Supply enough Pot? ash and your profits will be large; without Potash your crop will be "scrubby." Our books, telling about composition ol fenilueri bwc aJapied for sdi crops am b*M to all larmer*. GERMAN KALI WORKS, 93 Nassau St., New York. ARTISTIC PUBLICATIONS IS9UED BY The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. GUIDE TO WASHINGTON. Tho Passenger Department ot the Balti? more & Ohio Railroad have Issued a Guide to Washington, which in many rospocte ex eels all other guides published, both lu artistic appearance and careful description of poin ;<i of in --rest in tn iii ity. Tho front cover of the book is embellished with a handsome steel eng.iaved portrait of tho 'Stuart" Washington. The reverso cover bears au American flag in the grasp of an eagle. The inside pages contain recent photographs of all the Government Bulld? ogs w.th correct information concerning Jhom, together with other interesting feat? ures of the c...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 24 July 1901

LEXINGTON Vol. 97. No. 30 Lexington. I.nckbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, July 24. 1901. <{ $1,50a Year THE COMMODE Issued Weekly. Hon. W. j. Bbi_i?. William J. Bryan, Editor and Publisher. Lincoln, j . nebraska. TERMS-Payable in Advance. QM Ya-*. .1-00 Six Months.60 Three Months.8. Single Copy.05 No travel qr canvassers are employed. Terms for local agents sent upon application. All raouey should be sent by P. 0. order, Express order or by bank draft on Now York or Chicago. Po not send individual '?hecks or stamps. ! r / TTl ih-i min -t ubbieg - rraugemeut with Colonel Biyan whereby mi can furnish The Commoner and The Gazette one year for *22 -. cash with ord-r. Jjeu I your ii-iuo uud post office address to THE GAZE ITE. Lexington. Va. W ROFE IONA i. * Art I >S.__ P. HOI STUN, '.Vttorney-at-Law, LEXINGTON, Vlf F R t.VNK T. GLASGOW, Attorney nt-Law, L-X1SOTOS. VaJ OBERT CATLETT, ' Attorney-at-Law, 'Lexington, Va" WT. SHIELDS, Attorney-at-Lawl Lexington, Va....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 24 July 1901

The Gazette* IP-BUSHED BY :_3?_-_)l-_y _*> o om. __>?,__. y t??o_ at the I'.atofrleG at lioxington, Va a. second-class matter. POLITICAL ECONOMY Al WASHING TO,YAJVD LEE Tho fun 1 c-f $100,000 which ia being raised as it memorial to William L. Wilson in order that a chair of political economy may be established at Wash? ington aud Lee bas reached tho go.d total of 73,000. We bopo t_nt this will soon be completed and that Wash? ington aud Lee University may have a course in political ecouomy which will be a credit to itself, as it is sure to be a benefit to the students of Virginia. There are many who hold that poli? tical economy as a working science eau no more be taught than the art of hav? ing om mon sense. But there is no doubt tbat it would serve wonderfully to clarify the popular mind on even such abstnue subjects as the tariff and silver questions if there was a back ground of firm economic principles from wh'.cb to reason. The growth of the South in weal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 24 July 1901

Personals Mr. J. A. A. Miller is confined to (lie home here bj illness, Mr. Jack Dunlnp, of Gloversville, NI] \t? is at The Lexington. Mr. Wm. Adair baa returned from a f Jsit to the Baffalo Exposition, * ? , Mr. Fishbarne, of Charlottesville, is ike guest of Mr. David M. Barclay. Mrs.jAnne Robertson, of Roanoke, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Wm. Hartigan. * * Mr. J. Richard Beeton, of Rich? mond, ia visiting his father Mr. J. jH. Beeton. * * Mr. J. H. Charlton, of Richmond, is visiting bis parent", Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Charlton. Mrs. Harry Gil ber, of Newport News il visiting her stater, Miss Moss;e Charlton. f ? 1 Mr. Frank Jenks, wife and children . Of Richmond, are visiting Mr. Join t Beeton. s * ? Miss Sallie Bayliss, of Alexandria, Ya., is visiting her mother, Mrs, Blanch Bayliss. I C Hiss Maria EfBng.r, of Baltimore,ia | /J visiting her brother, Mr. W. G. Effinger j q near Lexington. *> Mr. W. A. Irvine, left this morning for Charlottesville, to vi_t hi j rnothei, Mrs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 24 July 1901

To produce the best results n fruit, vegetable or grain, the fertilizer used must contain enough Potash. For partic? ulars see Our pamphlets. We send them free. GERMAN7 KALI WORKS, 93 N_a___ St., New York. ARTI TIC POB-LiOA IONS issued dy The Pa__i._ ?re & Ohio Railroad. GUIDE TO A'ASHINGTON. The Passenger Department ot the Balti? more & Ohio Railroad have Issued a Guide i ? A ashingtou, whieh In many respects ex c -is all other guides published both in artist ie appearance and careful description ,if p.>in ? >f n ?UH i .ii ? I ity. The fr >nt cover of the book is embellished with ,a ,dso ne steei engiuved port! ul of the 'Siu_rt" >V_8_i-gtou. The reverse cover tii;iisan American flag in the grasp of an The Inside pages c-ntain recent -.holographs of all theGoverni-eat Buiki _- w tli correct inform it ion c.neerniug hem, together with other interesting leat ' rm of the city, and the very lutest map. ,,..h will l&...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 31 July 1901

THE LEXINGTON Vol. 97 No. 31 " Lexington, Rockbridge Connty, Virginia. Wednesday. July 3!. 1901._-{SUP a Year *?****_ ^t> o. ( .TAPAMrCSF. PRfYVFRBS. THE COMMONER Issued Weekly. Box. W. J. Bat. ? William J. Bryan, Editor and Publisher. LINCOLN, 5 a NEBRASKA. TERMS?Payable in Advance. One Year. $1.00 SlxMonths.1.60 Three Months.85 Bingle Cory.?5 No traveling canvassers are employed. Terms for local agents sent upon application. All money should be sent by P. O. order. Express order, or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. Do not send individual checks or stamps. HE GaZKTTE has made a clubbing arrangement with Colonel Bryan whereby we can furnish The Commoner and Thk Gazbttk one year for $3-3*>, cash with order. Seud your name und post office address to THE GAZETTE. Lexington, Va. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. W P. HOI STON, ^Attorney-at-Law, Lixisoton, Va" F-JANK T. GLASGOW, Attorney-at-Law, Lkxinoton*, Va| ROBERT CATLETT, | Attorney-at-Law, ?Lkington, Va" WT. SHIELDS, A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 31 July 1901

The Gazette. PUBLISHED BY B*?rolay db Oompauy t?rod at the Postoffice at Lexington, Va asaof-oiKl-elass matter. THE STRIKE A slrite i- cn between organized labor and the Sh el Company, and it seems to invjive tbe right of labor lo organize for its own protection. Presi? dent Shaflcr who reproseu's tho men is confident of success,while the officers of tbe Steel Trust as yet show no sign of weakening. Mr Shaffer says that tba men will not resort to force aud that there will be no destruction of property. As long ns this promise is kept public sympathy will be with tbe laboring men. The right of labor to organize ought not to be questioned, and yet the growth of trusts is directly opposed to the interests of the laboring men, and, as every trust is a menace to the labor organizations, it is strange that any laboring mau votes with the trusts. When the head of a great corporation controls all tbe factories which employ skilled labor in any particular line he it very likely lo dictate te...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 31 July 1901

Boos -nfli-int of More children would be borne if th be sure that the pains, worries and 1 gestation could be avoided. "MOTHER'S TRIE (that marvelous liniment) is unique in relaxing all the strained tendons and n as the distended organs. There is notb MRS. LUCINDA PASCHEL, Latnberton, Ark six children and wit always In lalor from twenty.lou ' Mother's Friend' with my seventh child and was in what it is recommended tobe. 1 will never be wi,he Sold bjr ?11 best druggists or __l by Marat pr< " Motherhood," written for TIIK IIHADllKIII HF Personals E. L. Graham left tbis week for a ten days' trip north, Mr. R. E. Hutton is in Tazew.ll this week on a business trip. * * Miss Daisy Points, of Kichmond, is visiting Mr.. Charles Hayes*. * ? Mr. E. M. Pendleton has gone on a business trip to Columbus Ga. * * Miss Vertie Irvine, of Charlottes? ville, is visiting Mr.. Wm. A. Irvine. * * Miss Laura Lee Carter, of Newport News, is visiting Miss Katheran Varner J. M. Thecbold, of Grayso...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 31 July 1901

I ' ' ????*??*^^Wa Two hundred bushels of po? tatoes remove eighty pounds ^x of "actual "Potash from the WL soil. Unless this quantity is returned to the soil, fr the following- crop will materially decrease. Wc have books xrWmg aboul composition, use and value of icrtilitcrs for \-arious crops. They are sent free. , GERMAN KALI WORKS, 93 Nassau St, New York. ARTISTIC PUBLICATIONS issued by. Thi Bai_i:_ore & Ohio Railroad. GUIDE TO WASHINGTON. The Passenger Department of the Balti? more & Ohio Railroad "have Issued a Guide to Washington, which In many respects ex ?els all other guides published, both in crtlstlc appearance and careful description of pain-;* of Int-rest in tie apita' ity. The front cover of the book is embellished with ajhandsomo steel engjaved portrait of the ?Stuart" Washington. The reverse cover bears au American flag In the grasp of an eagle. The inside pages contain recent photographs of all the Government Build ngs with correct informati...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 7 August 1901

THE LEXINGTON VoC9T.No,3t Lexington. Rockbridge County, Virginia* Wednesday, August 7 1901. -{$1,50 a Year THE COMMONER, Issued Weekly William J. Bryan, Editor and Publisher. LINCOLN, * NEBRASKA. TERMS-Payable In Advance. One Year. $1.00 SixMonths.60 Three Months.85 Bingle Copy.05 No travelin? canvassers aro employed. Terms for local agents sent upon application. AH mouey should be sent by P. O. order. Express order, or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. Do not send individual checks or stamps. HE G\ZKTTE has made a clubbing arrangement with Colonel Hryan wherel.v we can furnish The Commoner and The Ga&bttk one year foi #2.85, cash with order. Send your name and post office address to THE GAZETTE. Lexington, Va. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. flTP. HOI ST ON, I :> ttorney-at-Law, Lkxinoton, Va| ?TtANKT. GLABOOW, Attorney-at-Law, L-X1NOTON, Va| |>OBERT CATLETT, f Attorney-at-Law, ;L_xington, Va"1 WT. SHIELDS, Attorney-at-Law"! Lexixotqx, Va. J. Priston Moorr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 7 August 1901

The Gazette. rCBT.ISIIKD HY i-vi-oli-vy ?*? Company t?Ted at the Postoffice at Lexington, Va as second-class matter._ A DIV WE 7) STATE It is a shameful fact that upper Tirginia and lower V rginia are unable to agree on a buftrugs- provis in. Rumors come thtt the black belt wil! consent to nothing which do*s not permit tiaid in election-', while ihe great * bite counties oppose ary whole? sale disfranchisement of the negro. We are all Virginia. Look at the mea on tbe monument tn the CUpitol Square. They are Tidewater and Piedmont, white section and black bait, mountain and coast, all Vir _*D-*-V*. . Do wa want to split and dismember ihe old Slate again, or do we want to get together and pull and work to? gether ti put her ia her old place in the van of the States, a leader ia thought and progress, in state man sb. ip and piiri ? ii-ui? This couvenio gathe ed here n >w ia BUppoaad to be the veiy cream of the State's manhood, the essence of her nobility and high purpose and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 7 August 1901

I A Blessing io an Great joy and comfort comes int when the virtue of *' Mother known. No more gloomy forebodi by expectant mothers, as all pain i? external use of " Mother's Frienc liniment. There is nothing like it. B. F. BROWN, of Waddlll. L?., -arl- ?? i M af*ny used ? Mother's Friend' before coaHnemrnt, sad say the ordeal SfSln without hning it, etea if lt cost S>; Seat by express paid on reeeipt of prue. Ht "Motherhood." written especially for young ami Mad Sold by all druggists. TUT. nix. Personals Rev. Mr. Laird, of Danville, occu ? pied the pulpit of the Presbyterian church on Sunday morning. *> ? Hon. Wm. A. Andeison and Col. .Robert Catlett have returned from Richmond, Mrs A. W. Woodward, of Washing? ton, D. J., and MiasJCarlotta McCIuer, of Richmond, Va., are "th? guests of the Misses Laird. * * Dr. H. W. Barksbale, of Ohailottes ville, and Dr. CL.Steel, of Richmond. .-pent Sunday in Lexington as the gueats of Dr, J. H. Hartman. They had b"en in att...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 7 August 1901

Choice Vegetables always bring high prices. To raise them success? fully, a fertilizer con? taining at least 8% Potash should be used. Our books furnish useful information on all subjects relating to crop raising. They arc sent free. , GERMAN KAU WORKS. 93 Nassau Streei, New York. YMtf. ARTISTIC PUBLICATIONS ISSUED BY Tm Bai-imore & Ohio Railroad, GUIDE TO WASHINGTON. The Passenger Department ot the Balti? more & Ohio "Railroad have issued a Guide Lo Washington, which in many respect* ex a els all other guides published, both in citistio appearance and careful description >f p ila i ot iatirj^1: ii tun ca Ity. The 'rout cover of the book is embellished with unhandsome steel engraved portrait of the 'Sturt" Washington. The reverse cover beats an American flag in the grasp of an eagle. The inside pages contain recent photographs of all tho Government Bulld ngs w.th correct information concerning I hem, together with other interesting feat t res of th...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 14 August 1901

LEXINGTON GaI?j__TTE. Vol 97. No. 38 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, August 14 1901. i |ijKU Y THE COMMONER. Issued Weekly William J". Bryan, Editor and Publisher. LINCOLN, ? NEBRASKA. TERMS-Payable in Advance. One Year. #1.00 SixMonths.60 Throe Months.35 Mingle Copy.05 No travel-nj? cauvtssers are employed. Terms f>>r lo,-_l agents sent upon application. All money should be sent by P. 0. order. Express order or by bank draft on New York or CliH-a_o. Do not send individual checks or stamps. '? HE G_Zt./TE has made a clubbing arrangement with Colonel Bryan whereby we can furnish The Commoner and 1'iikGazkvik onajrut tm *2.. . mah with ont i >?? y .ii- i it ii I Ti ? i I i lui-: 0 .Zn.ITE l.?'.\illf?t Wi, . I \ KO. E ION \ A.ii> r i\ HOI ST >iY ? ?! ? xx.} -UI-I.H-, I.KXi-OToN, Va F *UNr_ T. GLASGOW, Attorney-at-Law, Lexington, Va ROBERT CATLETT, I Attorney-at-Law, 'Lexington, Va' WT. SHIELDS. Attora.yat-Law^ Le...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 14 August 1901

The Gazette, PUBLISHED BT Sarolay -db Oompany t-ered at the Postoffice at Lexington, Ya ns second-class matter. Editorial Note* Boss Platt says ot Teddy's western boom: "Tt-ere are lots of candidate: cat west now." __*? J. Pierpont Morgan no longer poses as the friend of Ihe steel workers. He was not fitted for the role. ?_*_ Boss Rhona isn't; so busy forming aaw trusts that he cannot take time to (-prinkle a fow ta.ck? ahead of Teddy's revived boom. _*_ Cubans aro a'so confronting a negro prob'em; they object to the importation of negro laboaers froaa tbe U. S? n practice said to be growing, ? If the Democrats who wish to win and who intend to deserve to win con? tinue to increase at the present ratio, the next President will bea Demo? crat. 1 he opinion is growing that what? ever mav be the result of the Sohley Court of Inquiry, Congress ought to investigate the naval campaign against Spa-i. __*__ Secretary Long may discover that he is wrong in assuming that because no Senator or ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 14 August 1901

_.VIWWWMM "Strong and henri ana no pain? Thi The joy of a new arrival in the f< ally overcast by the shadow of the j comfort the expectant mother must If she knew of and used "IM fRIEND," this would be all disr your friends about it, as being a sim] exclusively for external use, that muscles so that pain and suffering ai It srlll lt sent by espress paid on receipt of rr ?Sot (lr. ort an I* bought at all responsible Drags-W* flood " msiled free, containing sensible ***?* s ta e?p *XHB IIKIIIV'IH ? BKGI1 aTOll (H., Personals Mr. John Bratton is off for a trip to j Buffalo. Mr. W* L. Stuart and wife aro back from a trip to Buffalo. * * Dr. Ballou?h and family have left Lexington for their home. * * Mrs. V ?t fe, of Kentucky, ia visiting her parents, Col. and Mrs. Ross. * * Mr. J. W. McClung and wife are thc guests of relatives in Augusta county. * * Hon. S. J. Graham, of Pittsburg is the guest of his mother, Mrs. E. L. Graham. Mrs. Amanda Oats, of Arkansas was the guest of M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 14 August 1901

No crop lean be 'grown vithout Potash. Supply enough Pot? ash and your profits will be large; without Potash your crop will be "scrubby." Our books, telling about composition ol fertilizers Wet adapted for all crops, are free to all fanner*. GERMAN KALI WORKS, 93 N asia u St., New York. _ ARTISTIC PUBLICATIONS ISSUED BX Tn_ BOHHH & Ohio Railroad. GUIDE TO WASHINGTON. The Passenger Department of the Balti? more & Ohio Railroad have Issued a Oulde to Washington, which In many respects ex ?els all other guides published, both in crtlsllc appearance and careful description of pMn",* of int ?..t ia ._? ?JH_-< tty. The front cover of the book ls embellished with ajhandsome steel eng-aved portrait of the ?Stuart" Washington. The reverse cover bears an American flag in the grasp of an eagle. The inside pages contain recent photographs of all the Government Build? ings w,th correct Information concerning them, together with other Interesting feat res of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 21 August 1901

0ootKoc^-U8S THE LEXINGTON Ga_?i_TTE. Vol. 97. No. 39 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, August 2! 1901._ <( $l,50a Year TEE COMMMER, Issued Wooki Bow. W. ?. Fbt_*. William J. Bryai, Editor and Publhher. LINCOLN, : . :4*\ NEBRASKA. TERMS-Payable In Advance. One Year. * 1.00 8"x Months.CO Three Months.35 Single Copy.05 No travel qr canvassers are employed, fenns f,>r local agents sent uponapplicat'on. All money should be sent by P. O. order. Express Order, or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. Do not send indiviriui'l checks or stumps. f HE GWZKTTE has made a clubbing arrangement with Colonel Bryan whereby we can furnish The Commoner and Thk Gazktti one yen foi $2. S'S, cash with order. Send your name and post offlee addresi to THE GAZETTE. Lexington, Va. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. VV P. HOI STON, J Attorney-at-Law, Lexington, Va F 1ANKT. GLASGOW, Attorney-at-Law, Lexington, Va ROBERT CATLETT, I Attorney-at-Law, TiKXINGTON, Va WT. SHIELDS, Attorney-a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 21 August 1901

The Gazette, i l-l -HI.?SUKI) KV Sar.lay et. Oo___.r>_-_iy t.red at the fostoffleoat Lexington, Va a? second-class natter. ?m-am^mjj,mmw^amnsammatmmaamm'* ima 00> lExYTIO.Y HAS COM? PLETED ITS WORK For Governor?-ANDREW JACK SOX MONTAGUE. For L entenant Governor?JOSEPH E WILLARD. For Attorney General?MAJOR WILLIAM A. ANDERSON. The State convent ion of the Demo? cratic party of Virginia has adjourned. It was in session two days, during ?which time there were matters disposed of which are of more than usual interest to the party. Radical change, were proposed, and yet there was not a dis? senting voice to any of them; "young _ien were at the wheel, and these steered tbe old party p-trfec'ly satis? factorily to the older piolets. It re? quired only ten minutes to read tLe re? port cf the commi tee on resolutions, the preparation of which consumed forty-eight hours in deliberation. Tbe only real, old struggle daring the two days w*.s that over the position of Att01 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 21 August 1901

.m.vw.v.-wwWfWW "/ carino! hwir <*(.?' should tell Mother** Fri -nd is sol.l by nll^nieifist ? LOO per bottle. Hook on " Motherhood ' ni and voluntary teitunmials. Every woman should s thk nuiiiiii-:i lt REC wmmmmmm Personals Mr. H. 0. Dold hag Paris. returned from Dr. Wm. McPheeieiB ii the guest of Mr. F. T. Glasgow. * * Dr. Reid White has returned from a visit to Atlantic City. ?f* ?)! | Mr. Abbot, of Newport "News, is the guest of friends here. * * Mrs. Wm. Lackey is the guest of her sister, Mrs. N. J. Gibbs. Mrs. Lizzie Hartman has returned from a visit to Blacksburj. - * * Miss Sallie "Smith is the guest of her brother, Maj. F. H. Smith. Mr. John L. Henderson has returned from a visit to Newport News. * ? Prof. Vance and Currell have re? turned from their summer outing. * * Miss Eleanor Barclay, of Richmond, is the guest of Airs. W. P. Houston. -t- * Master Mercer McCrum has return- d from a vnit to his aunt at ^Gilmore's Mill. * * Master J. Paxton Barclay, who las b...

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