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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 December 1900

I Ml in Santa In Claus iii Is With III m in m m m m m m J Monroe City, An Invitation is extended to you dear reader to visit our stare and sc : the grandest display of Holiday Goods Consisting of Fancy China Vases, Ebony Sets, Lamps, Toys, Dolls, Shoes, Slippers, Fancy Table Covers, Doilies, Linens, Gloves, Caps, Etc. In fact a Complete Stock of Dry Goods Shoes and Groceries. Come, to Headquarters and Save Money. m ui m in m in - m Williamson & Bull. X X III m III 1 in m m in m Missouri, iii in Things That Never Die. The pure, tlie bright, the beautiful, That stirred our hearts in youth; The impulse to a wordless prayer, The dreams of love and truth, The longings after something lost, The spirit's yearning cry; The striving after better hopes These things can never die. The timid hand stretched forth to aid A brother in his need. The kindly word in grief's dark hour, That proves a friend indeed. The plea for mercy softly breathed. When justice threatens high; The sorrows of a co...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 December 1900

JACKSON h A, H. GREEN. HAY LOADER 8 8 1 ' 1 5 Do you want to know what GOOD DRY WOOD is? Do you want t FEED? Do you know what it is to get the Best Coal for Least Money? s If so, see A. H. GREEN, The Leader THE BEST loader made g GROCERIES, GROCERIES! A simple loader, yet one that combines all scientific principles; reliable because tried and proved. For season 1901 will be For Staple and Fancy Groceries go to (Better Than w W. H. Wine H R 1 There you will always find everything of el? In order to be convinced drop us a card trivincr v k nm r,, f:- In order to be convinced drop us a card giving your name and P. O. and we will send ysu circulars and testimonials. No sulky rake is needed with this machine, does all from mower to wagon. Never tires, always ready, no matter how heavy or light grass may be. puts hay on wagon in bet ter shape for loading than any of its competi tors. A trial will convince you of its merits. Address S the green grocery line first. Xmas candies, fruits and ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 December 1900

W. W. RITCHEY, M. D MAKES A SPECIALTY OF ALL o:H::R,o:Enca DISEASES. 9 fi o p o DR. W. 13. A. McNUTT Pays special attention todlseasci ef women and children. Office with Dr. Norton on Hummer St. Telephone Residence No. 5i Wood's Drug Store No. M. Residence 3 blocks west of F. A M. Bank. GEO. L. TURNER, Physician and Sckueon. Makes a specialty of Female Diseases, dis ease! of Rectum and Private Diseases. F. S. TURNER, M. D. Physician. Burgeon mid Accoucher. Makes a. specialty of Catarrh. Ear and Luna ' Troubles. Ofrlco In New Proctor Block. Rest deuce 2nd St 1st door cut B. O, Wood's i City Calls and Office Practice Exclusively Eye, Ear and Catarrh treated by the Electric and Freezing Process. AGNES McNEIL. D. O. Graduate of American School of Osteopathy KlrkSTllle. Mo. Diseases both acute and chronic are treated. Consultation free Offlce Main 8t. Proctor Building. E. E. WEBB. Auctioneer. Money Is made in selling goods at good prices and It takes a first class auctioneer to bo that G...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 December 1900

LIVERY STABLE For Sales of Hor jcs and Mules bring them to the Brick Stables, We have the Best Teams and Rolling: Stock, Spalding & Hay den. WE BUY POULTRY AND EGGS. We have added the buying and shipping of poultry and eggs to our business and will pay highest market price for all that is offered THOMAS E. WINE, The old poultry buyer gives special attention to this department. See us before you sell. Top Prices Paid For Hides And Furs- Balzer, Dirigo & Co. :t?V A EAST A Ml I A ft BLACKSMITHING! Sweatman, the blacksmith, is in thebusiuess for what labor is worth. As a Repairer or Horse Shoer he has no equal. For REPAIR WORK He asks for no superior, but your work. He is also on the market for everything in the JUNK LINE. If you have anything to sell bring it in. A, Sweatman. X - WE ARE STILL IN THE x BLACKSMITHING and WAGON Business And want your work, if reasonable prices and Best Workmanship will get it Mr. Oliver The Best of Painters will make your Bug" gies and Surries loo...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 December 1900

Letters to Santa Clans. Monroe City Mo.. Dec. 7. 1900 Dear Santa Claus. I am a little boy 10 years old. 1 thought I would write and tell you whal I want for Christmas. If you please you may bring me a little wag on, a sled, some candy and nuts. I wont ask tor very much, be cause you have so many chil dren to supply with presents, that you can't carry so many things. Don't forget my baby sister. Everett Mudd. Granada Colo. Dear Santa clause I was fraid you couldn't find me this yr. we have just moved out here from Shelby Co. Mo. this is the wild & wooly west. I have seen lots ot Jack rabbits & prarie dogs. Our big dog Sampson eats the prarie dogs & runs Jack rabbit. Besure to come out here Xmas & bring me a train & a gun. be sure to come wedon.t have no mud out here your little friend Artie Powell age 5 yrs. Ely Mo Nov. 28 th 1900 Dear Santa: Being as Christmas will soon be here I will tell you what I want. I want a story book and a new dress and don't forget my l...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 December 1900

HHHi HERCH ANT TAILORING The Merchant Tailor of the city always has on hand nice line of goods to select a good tailor made suit from. Give me a trial. The UpTo Date Tailor. Peter Werner. Monroe City, Mo. I JOHN W. STREAN. Woodman Wagon Works x for a; WAGONS THAT ARE WAGONS Go to the Woodman Wagon Factory, there you will find the Best as well ss the Best Horse Shoer and Carriage Painters J3C JSC They are not only up-to'date but the first. Humburg & Meyer. 1 T0NS0RIAL PARLORS, i m The Tonsorial Parlors of the : city are conducted by - - - - LUMBER. 15 Building h Material, Lime and Plasterg Always on hand The Be ft for the Least is our motto, X X X X C. D. Everhart Lumber Co. and assistants. All work is of the Metropolitan order. McKinley is Ejected And you will find DOCK ROMAN. Tonsorial Artist At the old stand first door above the M. C. Bank. j C Hair Cuts, Shaves and Shampoos o Subject to your order. Give him a trial. K - - . f f

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 December 1900

It's Better to Give Than Receive. What Will Pleas Th Recipient Is The Question fty, Cltlt That 10 AnnroricitArl MnQf ta ji I MO UN I Midi IO rsjji vviuivu (hvwi i I Something That is Useful as Well as Ornamental. Linens For Gifts There is nothing that will please a dutiful house wife more than a pure white linen Table Cloth with napkins to match, nice pair of Towels, half dozen nice Haudkerchiefs, a dresser table Scarf. or Mocha, a stylish fur scarf with animal heads. Why would'nt your sister or mother appreciate a nice up-to date Jacket, a Silk or Fleeced Flannel, Waist Pattern, or one of thus elegant Skirt Pat. terns that come just enough iu a peice tor a nsitirt and no two alike. Gent's Furnishings mceig asnfijJ?fr'pair a Silk Lined Kid Gloves, Ox Mufflers, Necktie. Caff Buttons Initial Handkerchiefs, Fancy Suspenders and many nice little necessities that are always useful. Why not get your brother an Overcoat or Suit of Clothes, Nice Hat or Cap instead ,of some trilling thing to...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 December 1900

m X X X SPECIAL X X X m I DECEMBER SALE j tf? JC AT JSC JSC JSC JSC H Levy's Cash Clothing Store, jjj m To make a long story short we have too many goods and not in i a 1 nr :n rr ri i i euuuu iiiuuey. ou ueie gut b. tt e win uuer special uargams in m m 1U m Overcoats, Men's and Boy's Suits Caps, Gloves and Underwear fT A TVTttl m TM flTTP tttu rai. :n e l m Iff m iu ill Men's Overcoats, TIT ..... . . . Men's Heavy Ulster at a.su worm f4.au Men's Better Ulster at $5.75 worth $7.00 Mens Still Better at $6.75 worth $8.50 I Vjaamai frrn M -- -4tt mA Nice Washing Beaver Overcoat in Black and Brown at 4.75 worth $6.75 Hi A Nice Light Covert Coat at 6.75 worth $8. 60 About 20 different style Overcoats in Blacks, YY 7 Browns, Grays and Tans in Long and Short Coats. tit a i. i&, rv aa ill a l. 1 1 : 1 . rt worm ?ii.i'u we win pui lucm an ui tiuu uucr 141 them at $8.75 these are exceptionally good values and it wnl pay you to see mem oeiore you ouy. Ill Men's Suits. m Qjr line is Complet...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 December 1900

MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. VOL, 13. Prizes Awarded For Judges of the Children's Letters to Santa Claus the Democrat selected Hon. Archy C. RoBards, Hannibal's able Mayor, Hon. George H. Carter, ex-Mayor of Hannibal and Rob ert H. Gondier, M. D., also of Hannibal. These gentlemen tound it difficult to select the two best from the large number of letters but decided that the prizes should go to Cainmie Greathouse, of Shiel, and Mor ris B. Proctor, of Marion county- Below is the Judges letter to us: flONROE CITY, MISSOURIJTHURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1900. NO. 37 Hon. Archy C. RoBakds, Mayor of Hannibal. Hannibal, Mo., Dec. 18 1900. Messrs. Rouse and Hixson, Edi tors Monroe City Democrat. Dear Sirs: You have given us a difficult task. One which we have endeavored to dis charge to the best of our abili ty and impartially, since we do not know any of the dear little ones with expectant hopes. They all did well; so well that it was really hard to decide be tween them. But we were ask ed to make a de...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 December 1900

There is a Right Time for all Things. This is the right time and we have the things 3 CLOAKS, WRAPS, FURS AND LOW PRICES. J E Listen! We are offering the Best Values ever attempted in the 3 Cloak and Fur Business. Cloaks and Furs at Your Price. e Come Now And flake Your Selection. 1 I W. V, CARSON a CO. 1 Dry Goods, Carpet and Cloak House. 3 A Christmas Mnmiua. By M. B. Bell. It was one of those dreary afternoons a November. The rain had fallen steadily all day, and Roland and Esther Graham, two motherless little children, were curled up on the rug in front of the library tire, looking at the picture book. Their nurse, who was a kind hearted woman, had frequently explained the stories in the book to them. Aud now, with their little heads bent down over the page, they were look ing at the picture of two little girls in bed, while a woman with a gentle, motherly face, was tucking them in. Nurse had told the childreu a long story about this picture, what dear little ones they were, and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 December 1900

THIS WEEKS ATTRACTIONS 5 -" 9 . STAPLE s FANCY GROCERIES For your Christmas Dinner get everything at Sharp & Don ley's. Tropical Fruits, Nuts and Confections. TherioliMG of Fresh Meats Of Every Description, Hogs butchered on short notice for reasonable terms. Come one, cjme all to Sharp & Donley's. An Unique Scheme. Chief of Police Broder o f St. Joseph, Buchanan county, Mo., seems to be not only a man of keen wit, but also a man of action. For several weeks past the ministers of St. Joseph have been prosecuting an anti vice crusade, and incidentally Chief Broder came in for some severe vocal castigation for al leged shortcomings in his ad ministration of his office. In stead of rushing into print to vindicate himself, Chief Bioder retired to his private office and indulged in a spell of thinking. He emerged trom his privacy with a great idea concealed in his cranium, and on the follow ing Sunday night at roll call he issued a special order to his patrolmen. Pursuant to orde...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 December 1900

the democrat mmmmmmmmmmwmffTnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmim W. J, ROUHE, Editor R. v. II IX. SON, City Kilitor. tliKMS $1.00 PER YEAR Bntmd at tht poMoflMttHoaiM city, Mo. at Hccond-rlaNS matter. THURSDAY. DEC. 20, 1900 Mrs. J. H. Pinks and dftUght er Miss Minnie are spending the week in Hannibal. Dr. J. K. Hounds, of Florida, lias a young doctor in his family. He weighs about ten pound s. Palmer and Wrights -Perfumes the finest made at B. O. Wood's. "Hurry back" to H. O. Wood's and get some of the bargains while they are going. For groceries, confections, nuts, fruits etc., see John L Evans. There you will find just what you want for Christ mas and all other dinners. l.iSt l I . I UTS Remaining unclaimed in post office at Monroe City, Mo., on Dec. 1H, 1SJ0O. Miss EftieAylor. JeffCarmon, Mrs. Jack Henderson, Mrs. Fannie Lilly, Mrs. Emma Wil liams. To obtain any of these letters persons must say advertised. J. P. Patton. p. m. Next week the Democrat will contain an excellent arti cle on "Winte...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 December 1900

8 !! 1 8 vimnnnnifWlwiUiniUIIUU ALMOST HERE. Only a few more davs to make vonr hnliUv AAA- K I tions. We have an extra large f'pree of attentive sales S1 people that will wait on you and possiblv offer you a sue- Kjl eestion or show vim anmafki h- "vwE.it., ,,j iii ciiuiiiiuus line Ol JNovelty and uple Articles that has not been suggested to u. It wou 'oe impossible to mention all the nice things - our many departments that make handsome and appro mate gifts. We kindly invite you to call and look through and you will be convinced that we have just what you want. Thankine you for vour liberal natronno-fi for th nnct year and the 22 years p'receeding it and extending wishes M of a Merry Christmas to all. K I am yours truly, JNfl. A RACERS ti--Vmmm am ( i $ t Bring your job printing to tbe j James T Umstattd, of Pans, Democrat Mrs. John L. Green, of Rens selear was in the city on a shopping expedition Monday. Edward Kirby, of Stoutsville was a visitor in the city Sun day. Charles M. Su...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 December 1900

THE DEMOCRAT VV. J. ROU8B, Editor. R. F. H1XSON, City Editor. TERMS $1.00 PER VRAR Entered at the poet office at Monro City, Ho. an second-class matter. THURSDAY, DEC. 20. 1900 Dr. Rilrhey makes a special ty of Eye. Ear. Nose and Chest diseases. Try Caldwell & Son's oysters. The largest 5 cts. Tablet at Raney & Saunders. Oysters served any style at Caldwell & Son's restaurant. Oysters at Caldwell & Son's restaurant. The best buggy Paint go to Raney& Saunders. Buy your School Books of Raney fc Saunder6. Raney & Saunders for School Books and School Supplies. Dollar Boards the Ever heart Lumber Co. Hogs killed for you by Sharp and Donley. Caldwell & Son are prepared to feed the hungry. Get your dinner and lunch eons at Caldwell & Son to-day Have your machines repaired by J. B. Bristow. Ask your friends to subscribe or the Democrat. Dr. Hornback, Oculist and Aurist, Hannibal, Mo. Come in and pay us what you owe. Sharp & Donley. For lunch or full meal ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 December 1900

Financial Straits. Indianapolis, lnd., Dec. 14. Attorn iy General Taylor on be half of the state of lnd iana will file snit in the superior court of Marion county this morning, asking the appointment of a receiver for the Order of Chos en Friends, one of the largest fraternal insurence associations in the United States, The tiling ot ' the suit will af tect thirty states of the union, as the association has been au thorized to do business in that number. In the application tor a re ceivership, which is a volumi nous document, the fact is set out that the association is in solvent and unable to meet the death claims now outstanding. These claims aggregate $300, 000. The examination instituted by the state insurance depart ment also revealed that former Supreme Treasurer William B. "Wilson, who had been in office since 1895. had defaulted to the amount of about $30,000." Mr. Wilson died last October, and the order is secured by a bond in one of the bonding compan ies and will lose not...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 December 1900

mmmmwmmmmmmmmtmttm TAKE PAINS In Selecting: Xmas Presents. Buy something that is useful as well as ornamental, To do this goto A. Jaeg-r's where you will find a large and well selected stock of HOLIDAY GOODS. J5) Remember wc are headquarters for all kinds of Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Sewing Machines, Guns, 31 Ammunition, Etc. A. Jaeger, The Leader. The Racket IHRI8TMAS BARGAINS $.'l.f0 Carrom bom-ila at 12. 50 SOo BUque kid body dolls 40c 35cBlBqtio kid body dolls 25c 13.00 albums at 12.30 $1.50 albums at s)9c Neck tie, collar and cuff boxes, toilet tsota, work boxes, all at cut prices Ladies kid gloves Foster pattent, all colors 81.00 Ladies kid gloves 2 button, clasps and lace, good quality 75o Ladies lino handkerchiefs 22c to 50c 86o mustache mips for 25c 25c Hose howls at 15c M1LLINKUY TO CLOSE 13.60 llatn at $2,50 $2.50 Mats at $1 50 Mens Mocha lined gloves $1.00 quali ty 75c "5c Linen towels at Boo Bleached table linen 700 worth !0o Fine-t line of Christmas candies in town at...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 December 1900

MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT VOL. 13. riONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1900. NO. 38 Train No. 42. Another passenger train is to give Monroe City the "marble heart." Palmyra Spectator. The Spectator is in error in its two stick write up of train No. 42. Since the designated train was first put on it has always stopped at Monroe City, but never has in Palmyra nor will it now. As a matter of fact said train will make no stop at any station between Macon City and Hannibal. It wUl stop at Palmyra Junction for orders and water but not at the village by the Court House that is some times called the City of Flowers. When No. 42 swings around the curve it will toot, toot and fly by Palmyra station. Monroe City is not a One Railroad railroad town. Mon roe people can go east at 2:48 p. m. over the M. K. and T. or over the Wabash at 10:52 p. m. and over the Burlington at 2:52. Now where is the Spectator? Manna's Logic. In his speech before the U. S. Senate in behalf of his Sub sidy Bill, ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 December 1900

I' " THE DEMOCRAT V. .1. ROUSE, Kditor. R, P. 1IIXSON, City Kditor. " K1s$I.OOPER VEAH Entered It the pMI office at Monroe City, Mo. a second-class matter. THURSDAY, DEC. L'7. 1900 S. P. Ford spent Saturday in St Louis. R, B. Sandifer was a business visitor in Palmyra Thursday. "When Cupid wishes to wing a widower !if aims at the stomach Palmer and Wrights 'Per fumes tlie finest made at B, O. Wood's "Hnrrv hack" to B. O. Wood s and (,'et some of the bargains while they are Koing. Jolly Will A. Sullivan, of life insurance fame, arrived Friday to spend Christmas week with his lam.lv. "What deters so many bache lors from marriage is the fact that it takes two to make a couple." The Dkmocuat is real sorry because several of its cone spondents letters were crowded out last week by the rush of advertisers. If you are on the market for Paints of any kind we would be glad to figure with you. Raney & Saunders. Dr. E.,T. llornnack, of Hanni bal spent the day Friday shoot ing quails with h...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 December 1900

Mrs. Thomas Proctor and Miss Ethel Dillon were Hanni bal visitors Thursday. They remained to see ami hear Whitcomh Riley. The Hannibal Journal says the insurance cider of The Chosen Friends has failed and caught Be vera! policy holders in that city. Worth the Making. Good resolutions at the be ginning of a new year are notoriously ill kept, although perhaps they are not so ill-kept as notoriety declares. In any case they are still worth the making. Even if one stumbles a thousand times, yet for the thousaud and first time he should endeavor towalk arili, Youth's Companion. South McAlester Capital: "In all his unusually lengthy message to congress, President McKinlev does not refer once to the Indian territory. There are columns about the war in China and the Philippines, Cu ba and Porto Rico come in for a good share of attention, but the affairs of 400,000 American peo pie here at home are not thought to be of sufficient importance to notice." It is Mark and de gang that Mc is looki...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 December 1900

Cash on the null. It you owe it to US come in and settle up. Sharp & Donley. Dr. Bltcltey make t-pcinl ty of Eye. Ear. Nose and Crest diseases. Oysters served any style at Caldwell A Son's restaurant. Oysters at Caldwell & Son's restaurant. The best buggy Paint go to Hanky Sai:ndkks. Buy your School Books of Raney A Saunders. Raney & Saunders for School Books anil School Supplies. Dollar Hoards a: the Ever heart Lumber Co. Hogs killed for you by Sharp and Donley. Caldwell & Son are prepared to feed t he hungry. Get your dinner and lunch eons at Caldwell & Son to-day Have your machines repaired by J. B. Bristow. Ask your friends to subscribe or the Democrat. Dr. Horn back, Oculist and Aurist. Hannibal. Mo. Come in and pay us what you owe. Sharp & Donley. For lunch or full meal try Caldwell's and you will be p. eased. The largest assortment of School Tablets and School sup lies at Raney & Saunders. School Books School Books School Books School Books. Raney ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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