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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 2 May 1907

IV 'P V ' Do You Drink _ -*{$ . . %^.XMEN'S SHakI , talent ?ttncs - Remoter ? Try a package of Chase & Sanborn> . , V dnw VIHITIiT J nnt/C flllTI* . f + f f ;. iMTI S and BOYS SOUS MMTqb ?onsoKbat0b ftlJ^l^ov>cmWr <6'1903 * 300 ^? phonb '. , H - ' ' Jo^ston, Day & Terry to. VOLUME 41. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1907. NUMBER 49 _______ - | - A NEW YORK LETTER Mrs. Silliman Writes Entertainingly of Events from the (Sreat Metropolis. Editor Timee-Iie</i?ter and Sentinel: I have been wondering if you would like a stray bit from the great metropolis now and then, pertaining to a few pertinent curreut events? The Peace Conference has been the most engaging theme tho past few days, in which Andrew Carnegie waB the great central figure. It is very hard for us of moderate meaus to conceive of a man so rich that his most trying thought is what to do with his vast wealth?how to cr&t rill r>f iff H...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 2 May 1907

T ? mi aUsat washington. An Interesting Budget of From The Nation's Capital. (From our rtvuiar correspondent.) Washington, t). C.t 1 April 29, 1907. J Secretary Taft has gone to Ohio and interest is ou tip toe with reference to what he may eay in reply to Sonator Foraker. Judge Taft is very popular in Washington, where he is known and loved. With the newspaper fraternity he is on the best of terms una mere is Kreut euuudence that ho will not blunder, but Bay and do the correct thing and this in Bpiteof his inexperience on the hustings. It is suspected, in fact known, that there is a strong predilection for him throughout the country, not perhaps on his own account but because it is believed he is the choice of the President. There are doubtless millions of people who if they cannot have their preference and vote for lloosevelt for another term will solace themselves by the next best thing in voting for the man in whom ho has faith and whom be recommends. The friends of the President...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 2 May 1907

NWIasIT^ ROAD BUILDING. ' The Latent Things Oat Are lturiit Clay HoiuIh. Clay becomeR more or less hurd atid impervious to water when subjected to heat. Clay has been so far considered one of the worst road-building materials, combining with the gen vio miu tu iurui a oucKjr unru destructive of locomotion by man or beast. The clay, however, may contain within itself the very'elements of the salvation of those regions in which it predominates, aft witness this from the "Southwest Magazine:" "A method has been discovered for converting gumbo roads, long a dread to those who have had to travel in rural districts, into clay-ballasted highways. The process which has been conducted in the Yazoo Valley of Mississippi has been not only aimnln --J ? -4 M.uu|/<v, uuv ooviDiauvui j auu uui costly. "After grading the road to an even width between ditches, it is plowed up as deeply as practicable. After the plowing has been completed, furrows are dug across the road from ditch to ditc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 2 May 1907

4 J. iimcs-gUiji 1'UHLISHED EVKKY TIIUK8E Salem Printing and C. D. DKNI1 W. W. McCLUNU. U Subscripts One Year Nine Months ...... Six Months Three Months ...... PHON E COL. BOWMAN FOR SPEAKER. The Roanoke Times, of this morning says that the friends of Hon. A. M. Bowman, of Salem, are urging him to permit his name to be presented at the. next session of the legislature for nomination to the Speakership. Col. Bowman has long served in the legislature and is now chairman of the Finance Committee, one of the most important of the committee ?p|Hdntment8. Col. Bowman has a long record of patriotic service to this locality and the entire State. He is an upright, noble man and well capacitated by service and na? tive worth to fill the high position of the Speakership. Col. Bowman has given 110 public expression to his views concerning the matter, but it is hoped by his many friends and admirers that he will allow ins name to oe used in the above mentioned connection. He is now in the North ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 2 May 1907

.* ,-... ?tMrtn j.'SMMnMBMMM ! Does Heart Beat Yes. 100,000 times each day. Does it send out good blood or bad blood? You know, for good blood is good health; bad blood, bad health. And you know precisely what to take for bad blood ? Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Doctors have * endorsed it for GO years. Otic fr<*vic? t ) ??{ tOficd It a aliifrrfBli liver. Tin* | i* c I'oltououii ttilmlaticeii *n? ili*i? Into tlo blood. Keep the e|*vii nub A)vi'? I'lilt. Moaa?cffaf-i?tr,vrT III II I 14 I HIMlT V5 >?v J.C. Art C*v. 7jOwell, Ums. /tt ..lit KiUiuUciu.-crt. of yLM y iu<r viaoH. ? 11P V Q A(5'-E Cl RE4L -JZk IaOi O CHugRV ItCTORAL. Wo lint no teortthl Wo publish Hit formulas of sil our tntdloinoo. CANDIDATES' ANNOUNCEMENTS. For House of Delegatea. To tbe voters of Roanoke county. I hereby announce myself a candidate for re election to the House of Delegate*, subject to the action of the Democratic party. During my six yearn service as your representative 4 have end...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 2 May 1907

Is; -itr. : -zgw "' r t> ' W. C. T. U. COLUMN rricKKHHALKn W.C.T.V. "Vrenldetit.?Mrs. Mlr.iali Hobbs Day. l7l??-Hr??slileBtj.?Mr?. L. M. I * *?, Mrs. A. N. | Itr iwu, Mrs. Julia Strolieekor, Mrs. K. K Mimre, Mr*. \V. II. Ituliliisuu. btecor<liti>r SwrrMrjr.-Miss Mary Strickland.' Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. W. II. Wkltesearver. "Treasurer.?Mrs. W. li. DtUurU. Naprrlutrnavau ?>l OvpartmeatM. Evangelism ami Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. ' Obenehalti. Florence Crlttoiiton Home. ? Mrs. E. H. I Moure. nnviui i.nnu'Ms.-.nrs. i..ucy uraveiy Steven*. | Flower Mission.?Mrs. W. U. Whltesearver. 'Work anion*-Soldiers mid Sailors?Mrs. O. K. i Moyer. Social .Moctlliifs and Ued Letter Day.?Miss Ma**to Wnltesell. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. Literature?Mrs. F. S. Campbell. |Tuk times-kaotstrb and Srnti.nki., at their request. has placed a column at the dispoeal of the earnest anil faithful women of the W. <1 T. Uuiou who will have entire Charge o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 2 May 1907

f SILVER 4 ALUMINUM JELL-O MOULDS A leaflet explaining how to get them will be found in every package of Jell-O THE DAINTY DESSERT 1 (Approved by Tare Pood Commlet loner*.) ^ XT A 10c. package of Jell-0 makes vl enough (loeaert for i M\?b5SS^S^?>\ ?large family. Sold by all grocers. VxfltfflMKPF/ Dtastrated Recipe \JBHBWE5~f Book Free. Hie Gene tee Purs Food Co., Lo Roy, N.Y,^ 1 < FEMININE IDIOSYNCRASY. Women Always Have to Shop ^ Frantically Before Going Away. : < "You look," said the woman in the car to her neighbor, "as if you had been on a regular shopping spree. I never saw so many bundles carried by one person before except just at; Christmas time. What is the 1 occasion? Trousseau?" "Notat all," replied the other, indignantly. "If it were any ordinary occasion like a wedding I should have the parcels sent home. I had to bring these because I am going away. Yes, I am going to stay with a friend for two days, and in order to go decently and in o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 2 May 1907

t 3 THE FAMILY CIRCLE.; SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS ?PLEAS ANT EVENING REVERIES. < Luxuries an?l the surroundiutfs of wealth and idleness cannot hrinif contentment to a you u if woman of pluclc and good aonse. She would rather deny herself :ill luxuries andenjoy the If lorious sense of independence which her own exertions bring. If parent* ooald but realize this thoy would perhaps ofteuer assist their daughters in procuring coif supporting, lioaorabie enjoyment, wherein the restless roviug of the min<t might be -check id. No young man startiug out for hinnelf being dependent upon his own exertions can alTord unnecessary expeuses. He must deny himself extras or always remain poor. Even a ilve cent cigar each day wtll amount to $18.25 in one year; and one who save-* that sum will be so much ahead of the one who spends it. And the habit of saving will be worth everything. If he saves $18.25 each year, only putting it at nix .per neat simple iutereU-, it would in twenty ye...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 May 1907

imSL ~ \ ajEHWP- W -St* p7 ' <rT v ' / ' i^?' * ?* 1 ONLY ^ CENT8 W . ^ . . ?:> vtn . . ^x I FOLLOW THE CROWD BUYS A. m" I (ft I L^I ^S6 **?"? 11 !0| I [j^^ (Bp And you will come to our PAN OF ROLLS ^rW'^VIH *?*#'*' SS? I rl II V I llvLLU VX ^ our Idea of buying strictly for Or a Loaf of that deliahtful ^Eln'lID'* v ?f cash and savin* all discounts ur a MMi oi loai aaugDiiui v ** *** " \ means a great saving To those At " y^P who buy from us. All we ask is Washington Bread. CT~ . . . # - . I """ Johiisli, Day & Temr Go. <So,"?"^ '?03* phose * . ^ : Johnston, Day & Terry Co. ?i ?- i 1 VOLUME 41. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1907. NUMBER SO f " i 1 AFFAIRS AT WASHINGTON. An Interesting Burtp'^ of News From The Nr'.!')u'> Capital. (From our iwuiar corr "HBUont.)'Washington*. D. C.. 1 May 7, 1907. J The past has been a busy week iu Washington, notwithstanding it is the beginning of the dull season politically. The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 May 1907

_2 WEDDING ANNIVERSARY. I Communicated.) Tuesday, 23d of Aprif, Mr. aud Mrs. Robt. T. Goodman, of Hoiliup, celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of their wedding day. It was a very quiet celebration?so quiet, indeed, that scarcely the neighbors knew It. Hut it was in accordance with the lives of these two dear people?ever keepiug themselves in the background aud putting others forward. I The real celebration will take the form of a trip to H'.chmoud, Jamestown. Mt. Vernon, and Washington later on in Juue. The seven children from the various parts of the country are also arranging to come iu for a visit. These are Mrs. Edward P. Mobley, of Columbia, S. C.; Mrs. Jas. B. Russell, of Bonham. Texas; Mr. Jos. 11. Goodman, of Corsicaua, Texas; Mrs. Cliarles H. SilliuiHO, of New York city; Mrs. Kalpli W. Brown, of Roanoke, Vh.; Mr. Warren W. Goodman, of Butte, Montana; Miss Mobley R. Goodman, who is the only child now at the parents' hotue. Never did children have nobler or more self-sacrilic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 May 1907

DAZZLING ILLUMINATION. iiorgeotiH Pyrotechnic IMsplny The Opeuing Night of* the CJreat Exposition. ______ * Norfolk, Va.?There have been 1 many tierce conflicts upon the waters of Hampton lioads, but the tire of belching caunon aud I the hissing, bursting shell?the deadly combat between the Monitor and the Merrimac, iu 1802, was nothing compared with the scene enacted on these historic waters on the night of April 20, 1907. The burning of Rome, the Uestruction of the citieB of Pompeii and Herculanum were VIA |4 Ait Kf n? rt /I Kit f V* , uv/ uviavt* ^lauvi, uut wtjrt? also terrible. The scene upon Hampton Roads was grand beyond the power of pen to describe, while it was absolutely ? devoid of the terrible. Placidly lying at anchor on Hampton Roads when the sun went down on the evening of the 26th of April, were American and foreign war vessels, in solid but friendly phalanx, covering a distance of not less than ten miles. As darkness settled over the face of the waters, a few lights...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 May 1907

_4 Jfalcm $iuiesi-glcij Pl'ULI8HED EVERY THCRS1 Salem Printing and C. D. DEN11 W. W. McCLUNU. II Subscriptii One Year .... . Niue Mouths Six Mouths Three Mouths PHONE # I We haven't seen any ticket suggested to the Democratic Convention for next year that suits us better than Bryan, of Nebraska, and Douglass, the shoemaker, of Massachusetts. If that one wouldn't win noue conld. A glance at the columns of the daily papers has a tendency to create the impression that a race is on between the murderers and suicides, and it would be interesting to know which is getting the advantage of the contest so far as numbers are concerned. The amount of building that is going on here, and the improvements that are being made in every direction. ought to be satisfactory even to the most optimistic believer in a prosperous future for Salem. We are on the high tide of progress and solid development?growing, grow tng, growing. The Roanoke Times and the Richmond Times-Dispatch are accusing the milk me...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 May 1907

I We Trust Doctors If you arc suffering from impure blood, <hin blood, debility, nervousness, exhaustion, you should begin at once with Ayer's Sarsaparilla, the Ssarsapariiia you nave Known all your life. Your doctor knows it, too. Ask him about it. Units* tfcorr la dally action of the bowels, poisonous products ?iie absorbed. causing html Mclie. billouattess. nauita, dyspepsia. ntid tint* 1 rc\*ntitiK the Sar i*i? pur ilia from doing it* beat work. Aver's rills are liter pills. Act gcuily, all vegetable. ! Jk Mad? by J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Maac. <fW Also maoufaoturora of 1 9 HAIR VIGOR. / AGUE OL'RE. A. A ly V # O CHERRY PECTORAL. LW# bate no secrets ! W# publish the formulas of e.l our medicines. UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA Head of State Public School System Letters, Science. Law, Medicine, Engineering RIO COVERS ALL COSTS to Virginia student* of fees ami tuition to either of the academic: department*: lowest charges In the South. Next sesslou begins September It...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 May 1907

ir j> W. C. T. li. COLUMN I of'l'H'ftKS s w. c. T. ?7. PresidentMr*. Mlmali llobbs Day. Vio'?-I'r??-adenta.?Mot. m. Lee. Mrs. A. n.I Itii. Mrs. .1 nltit strohecker, Mrs. K. K Mo >re. Mrs. W. II. Kohluson. ttecord I Secretary.?M to* Mary Strickland., t: jrresnm I Mix Secretary.?Mr*. W. It. Wldte- i scarcer. Treasurer.?Mr?. W. M. Dillard. Hn|>cr luloniletats ?if l>~]>i?rt iiiciiln. KvanwIUm and Almshouse.?Mr*. C. B. i Mtenchaln. ('loreiice Crlttenton Home.? Mrs. K. K. Moore. Medal Contests.?Mrs. I.ury Oiuvely Stevens. ' Flower Mission.?Mrs. w. 15. Whltescarver. j Work a-iionx Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. (J. K. Moyer. Soddl M.>vtlnir? and Ih?d I.ottoi1 I>ay.?MIhs ' Maggie wioteseil. Sunday School.?Mr*. J. T. I'enii. I.ltorature? Mrs. K. 8. Oituiilwll. [Tub Timki-Kiowtir and Hrntiml. at tbtir re<{U-Nt baa placed a column at the Sisp *al of toe earnest and faithful women of tun <V. ?: T. Utii...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 May 1907

v VSP- . f ^ To make Ice Cream la 10 mlnutea lor 1 cent a plate. Stir coatenla ol oae package jeitolce Cream Powder into a quart of milk and frame, without heatit>K or cooking. Simple, Isn't it? Saves the cost of ears,sugar and flavoring. Save# measuring nut. Ingredients and cooklug. Does away with all uncertainty, and In. suree the boot and purest Ice cream possible touroduce. Failure Itnpooslble. Nothing to add except milk. Une package costing 18c. makes nearly two quarts Ice cresm. Flavort; Choeolatt, Vanilla, Straicbtrry, ?em?? and Unjlavortd. Ai A does not keep It WfiStV """Vi \ **nd " his name ' Vjk Gvt and *5 cents for 'imzrt \\Z'" "~y/1 ustrated m-lpe \''bool{ mailed The Genesee Pare Pood Co.. te Roy. N. Y. P. S. DtUrimtt Crrain pni/ilivp can alro be mailt/rorn Jtll-O ICE CREAM V r'-cdrr. _ V THE GARDENER. "By Edith Livingston Smith. Ye lilies, stately, sweet bend low: your King Walk# though tho garden iu tho faint-lit morn: Tho Grave has given up the Holy Ono? He...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 9 May 1907

^ 8 THE FAMILY C1RCLL SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS-PLEAS ;ANT EVENING REVERIES. A Column Deilii'iiteil to Tirt-d Mothers as Tliey .loin The Home Circle. The Gems ?r the Meant il'iil. "Scatter the gems of the beautiful! ||y til" wavUlde lei tkl'iu lull. That tlio res"* mty b mm l.v the cottage gato A till the vine ou the g.irdeu wall. Cover tie* rough and the rude of earth With a veil of ltnve, nod dowers, And tutrk with the opeuiug bud aid cup Tho march of summer h "it*. "Scatter ?h? gems of the beautiful In tho holy "Urine of home; Let the pure, the fair, and the graceful there, In their loveliest lustre come; Leave uot a trace of deformity Iu tho temple of the hoart, lint gather around its heart the gems ? Of Nature and of Art." The girl who is the flower of the family is the one who knows 'how to use the flour of the family. Whatever hap tens, don't h? come a sour old man or woman. Old age should be a cheerful period of life, when the lengthened shadows are softened by the setting sun, wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 May 1907

^4* ^ ^l. I a. a We have just put iu a full ami B cents w r^^r # '"wll ^ w complete Hue of the famous b PAN Of ROLLS ?&*WW C&Jttt?# * i?!,?ls' 1 V 1 ?, .fl? n favorably kuown by the ladies fl Or a Loaf of that delightful S?\ u*l >2-'^ of Salem as to need do recom- K M meudation. b Washington Bread. aT"^ . If If THn^iwmiM.Hb I MfcfeilMlJ ???"* Jj^l^* ma, *&**?*?PHONE 24. j 1 C ^ j Johnston, Day & Teiry Co. , I VOLUME 41. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1907. NUMBER 51 I 1 ??I I dux???? ? I ? I ? WHISKY OR POISON "Pittsburg ForniulH" Sold to Had Negroes Produces tlio 44I>e*ired Effect.** Greenville, S. C., May 14.?What has now become known as the "Pittsburg formula" is about to put the ubiguitious moonshiner out of business. And with the moonshiner, too, will go the 44raiding deputy," unless the latter be transferred to the urban districts, where it is said that unscrupulous blacks are now manufacturing whiskey w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 May 1907

r? I MAYING IN I1M)7. Lay uiy ulster by the bedside, My goloshes on the chair; Havt a chest protector handy, Put the umbrella there; Got a suit of heavy tlauuels, From uiy furs chase moths away; For Fui to be (jueeu of the May. mother. Fin to be l^ueen of the May. Better have the doctor waiting. Keen a mustard plaster hot; Fix some dope to rub my lungs with, I shall need it like as not; Ami if friends should come to see me You will simply have to say That I have been t^ueen of May, I mother, I have been Uueeu of the Mar. ? Philadelphia Ledger. Tlic llosa' Character. There is a story about a company promoter who advertised for au office boy. He received 100 replies. Out of 100 he selected 10, and with the writers of those* 10 replies he had a personal interview. His final choice fell upon a brightyouth to whom he said: "My boy, I like your' appearance and your maimer i very much. 1 think you may do for the place. Hid you bring . a character?" "No, sir," said j the boy, "I can go homo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 May 1907

THE POOR PRINTER. How the Government Skins the Country Publisher. One of the greatest injustices practiced by the government is the fact of the poetoftice department printing and selling envelopes, at a price below the actual cost to the printer of tho raw meterial. Then add to the injury the government deadheads the . delivery of tho goods and charges up any deficiency, real; or imaginary, to the second: class postage accorded to newspapers. And to top it nil off some of me eap-wycKers at me neaa or . governmental affairs are urging for an iucreaee iu the rate of postage for newspapers?a rate,' if adopted, that would be the means of putting hundreds of country papers out of business. We don't believe the people in general would stand for this. The fact is, the government uses the mails with a free list, which ruus up into millions of pounds, and the price paid the railroads for carrying is charged up to the newspaper second class rate and noted as deficiency. The dealings of the de...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 16 May 1907

J>alctu ^iuics-gUij I'CIILISII KI> EVKKY THUKS Salem Printing and* C. D. 1?E.N I W. W. McCLUNU. I Subscript OIIH Ysrt .... , j Nine Moil!h? ...... Six Months Thr???? Mouths ...... _____ PHONE Those Northern anil Eastern folks who think they are doiug the South a favor by ralsiug funds to asrist in | the campaign of education in this section, doubtless mean well, aud all that, but we quite agree with the Houston Poet that "instead of begging alms of the Federal Government, 1st us keep the Federal Government J , out of our domestic affairs as much as possible. We have already too much Federal meddling with our interests, too much paterualism, too much outside pressure. The South can educate its own children if it will and to ask outside aid is positively disgraceful." Cau auy good come out of Naz_ are's? Yea, verily! For it is Speaker Caunou who now warns tho country against the President's pet hobby of absorhiug into the tigeucies at Washington tlie powers heret...

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