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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 30, 1899)
By F. M. KIMMELL. .
Subscription , $1 a Year in Advan
OFFICIAL COUNTY PARE
Largest Circulation in Red Willow (
No BBTTKR. barometer of business c
be found than the railroads , those gn
transporters of the products of indusl
and labor. The gross earnings of
roads in the United States reporting
Dun's Review for the first half of Dece
ber showed a gain of 10 I per cent o\
last year and 21.3 per cent over the pn
perous year 1892.
TUB gold which is going to Euro
need not worry the calamity criers at a
It is going there because it commands
higher rate of interest there than can
obtained for it here , and not for t
purpose of debt paying. So long as t
trade balance is in the neighborhood
forty million dollars monthly in favor
this couutry , it will not be necessary
export gold to Europe for debt-payii
THE New York dispatches that "mo
gold is going to Europe , " which three
four years ago would have caused alar
and depression in the minds of the
watching the finances of the countr
disturbs no one now. The gold in tl
United States has increased since i8 <
about $400,000,000 , and will general
continue to increase under Republic *
management , even though there may 1
an outgo for a few weeks or months
meet the present exigency.
CALIFORNIA , which has just celebratt
the seth anniversary of the organizatic
of her State government , is recognize
as one of the most progressive , patrioti
and advanced of Western States. Y <
when California was annexed her popi
lation consisted of Mexicans , Indian
and half-casters ( who were not consulte
as to their wishes in the matter ) , and <
whom it was said that we could nev
assimilate swell a foreign and antagonii
tic population' .
THOSE interested in tlie prosperity c
the laboring man , whatever their pei
sonal relation to this subject , will fin
the following extracts from Bradstreets
of December , 1893 , and December , 1890
useful for comparative purposes :
BRADSTREETS' , DECEMBER 9. 1893.
The business in 1893 promises to g
into history with heavier net losses ii
financial , commercial , and industria
circles throughout the United State
than during the past eighty years
There are one million industrial an (
other wage earners in enforced idlenes
throughout the country in excess o
those similarly situated one year ago.
BRADSTREETS' DECEMBER 9 , 1899.
Pennsylvania industries are using 300 ,
ocx ) more persons than at this time i
year ago ; 100,000 New England cottot
mill operatives have received an ad
vance of 10 per cent in wages ; wages o
employes in the cotton mills it
Augusta , Ga. , and Bath and Langley
S.C. , are to be advanced ; the Richmond
Fredericksburg & Potomac R. R' has in
creased the wages of its yardmen , con
ductors , and brakemen 10 per cent
2,400 workers in the Elgin watch factorj
will receive an increase of wages January
1st , etc.
1900 is the Year.
I feel very grateful for the patronage
tendered me during 1899. I desire to
double my business in 1900 and if you
will help me I can do it , and in return
will guarantee you fair treatment and
right prices. If you have not dealt with
me in 1899 , give me at least a share o
your trade in 1900 and I will try to make
it to your advantage.
Wishing a happy and prosperous New
Year to all I remain ,
D. W. LOAR , the druggist.
Opp. Commercial Hotel , McCook.
The following letters were advertised
by the McCook postoffice on Dec. 3ist :
Lenis Kolb , Th. Sample ,
A. J. Lytle , Lenuer West ,
James Meadley , Iva A. Odell ,
Miss Zelia Bower.
In calling for any of these letters , please
say that they are advertised.
F. M. KiaiMELi. , Postmaster.
Made from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
against alum *
Alum baking powders are the greatest
menacets to health of the present day.
ROYAt DAMNS POWOEH CO. , HEW YOBS.
xtfy ftJ Best Grades
Lath , Shingles , Doors , Sash , Blinds ,
Lime , Cement , Plaster and Hair.
ALL KINDS OF _
HARD AND SOFT COAL
Barnett Lumber Co.
Dennison Street fi ft
Masonic Elections and Banquets
Orleans , Nebraska , January 3 , 190
( Special to THE TRIBUNE ) : At tl
special commencement of Miriam cha
ter No. 47 , Royal Arch Masons , held
Masonic hall , Oxford , Nebraska , Decet
her ayth , the following officers were i
stalled for 1900 :
High. Priest , Neil Pettygrove , Oxfor
King , John T. McClure , Beaver City.
Scribe , Mr. Swindell , Mascot.
Principal Sojourner , Jr.iues Peppen
Captain of the Host , A. J. Cole. Oxfor
Captain of the Guard , W. H. Banwel
Keeper of the First Veil , Web Joss
lyn , Orleans.
Keeper of the Second Veil , Mr. Luk <
Keeper of the Third Veil ,
Treasurer , Stewart E. Lee of Oxfon
Secretary , Dr. I < M. Brady , Oxford.
After installment of officers , the Royi
Arch degree was conferred on Henry C
Fairchild of Orleans and William Crop
of Oxford. E. G. Bechtol , C. H. Roberl
and Mr. Fink were visiting brethre
from Holdrege. A sumptuous banqm
was served at the Burlington eatin
house , and the members of Miriam chap
ter and visiting Royal Arch Maso
brethren enjoyed a feast of delicacies i
the commodious dining hall preside
over by worthy Host Tramtnell. It wa
a "spread" worthy of the occasion , am
reflects credit upon both the chapte
and Mr , Trammell ,
At the special commencement of At
wood lodge No. 164. A. F. & A. M. , o
Atwood , Nebraska , December 27th , tin
following officers were installed :
Worshipful Master , D. O. Bye.
Senior Warden , F. M. Marshall.
Junior Warden , Fred Robertson.
Secretary , Albert Hemming.
Treasurer , O. K. Bone.
Senior Deacon , O. V. Henderson.
Junior Deacon , A. McMahon.
Following the installation , theeuterec
ipprentice degree was conferred on Johr
Means of Atwood , Kansas.
After adjournment , a bountiful repas-1
, vas served at the Tremont house , when
"orty plates were laid for the Masonic
irethren , their mothers , wives , sisters
laughters and sweethearts. The tables
jroaned under the weight of delicacies
.he best the market afforded. It was
iocial event of the first magnitude foi
Vtwood , eclipsing anything of the kind
ately attempted in the capital city ol
lawlins county. The worthy host and
lostess of the Tremout house , as well as
he Masonic committee , Albert Heui-
niug , Fred Robertson and F. M. Marsh-
ill , deserve R full mead of praise for the
uccessful event. F.
Corrected Friday morning.
torn f .26
) ats 25
lutter fat at Creamery 20
Mrs. Thos. Ryan returned , Thursday , from
Irafton , Nebraska , where she had spent the
Dlidays with friends.
J. Pate marketed two porkers , Tuesday , that
pped the beam at 950 pounds. And hogs are
Dgs , now , you know.
R. J. Traphagan shelled about 1,500 bushels
: corn , the fore part of the week. It was
jout half of his crop.
George Howell is now occupying his new
ame house. It is a good , substantial build-
g T-shaped 16x26 and 14x24 feet in di-
Ira and Emer Divine were both home from
ranklin , over the holidays. Emer rode up
i his bike , Friday a week ago , over lee miles ,
a returned to the academy on Tuesday night
' . this week.
The Coleman school house drew a large
impany , Saturday evening , December 23rd ,
e occasion of the Christmas entertainment ,
here was a well-filled tree and all the other
tractive appurtenances to an enjoyable
The annual hunt in the western part of this
ecinct came off , last Friday. It was the
ung men against the married men , and the
irried men warped it to the "kids" in great
rle to the tune of 395 points. The young-
: rs paid for the oysters and crackers. The
pper was served at the borne of William
mer , and 112 satisfied their cravings for
ralves , and there were plenty left.
Whosoever has suffered from piles knows
w painful and troublesome they are. Tab
's Buckeye Pile Ointment is guaranteed to
re piles. Price 50 cents in bottles. Tubes
cents. A. McMillen.
Box Elder had a new white dress for Ne
There was no preaching , last Sunday , <
account of the weather.
Reece Harrison left , last week , for Denv <
to visit over the holidays.
George Oakley has returned from Oklahon
and will farm in Nebraska again.
John White says he will be on time , her
after , thanks to a handsome new gold watc
Charles Holcomb has moved to Norl
Dakota , to try farming where it is cold , 1
Mrs. Isica Atkinson entertained her brothe
Frank Boinet of Maxwell , Iowa , through tl
Mr. and Mr.AI.Osborn of the upper Willo
spent Christmas with her parents , Mr. an
Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Wildman are entertaii
ing their son-in-law and daughter , Mr. an
Mrs. Hurshman of Farnam , over the holiday ;
Santa Claus and the Christmas tree drew , a
usual , a crowded house. Nuts and cand
were distributed to young and old in bountifi
lots. The programme rendered by the chi
dren was good , especially the selection sun :
by the little girls , and the music by the choii
So , merrily and joyously , ended anothe
J. I. Bevry , Loganton , Pa. , writes : "I an
willing to take my oath that I was cured o
pneumonia entirely by the use of One Minut
Cough Cure after doctors failed. It also curet
my children of whooping cough. " Quickly re
lieves and cures coughs , colds , croup , gnppi
and throat and lung troubles. Children al
like it. Mothers endorse it. D. W. Loar.
Wesley Van meter is sick with pneumonia.
Levi Kimpton is preparing to start to Ar
Most of the farms here for rent are rentec
ror the coming year.
J. C. Moore negotiated the sale of the Jen
tins' place to Martin Lindgren.
Work is being crowded on the new church
* will be ready for the plasterers in about j
There is some prospect of this postoffice
icing supplied from Cambridge instead ol
.Vilsonville . as at present.
Miss Nellie Elmer of Indianola is teaching
iliss Canaga's school here until the board
nakes some permanent arrangement.
L. T. Travis , Agent Southern R. R. , Selina ,
Ja. , writes , "I cannot say too much in praise
if One Minute Cough Cure. In my case it
worked like a charm. " The only harmless
emedy that gives immediate results. Cures
oughs , colds , croup , bronchitis , and all throat
nd lung troubles. D. W. Loar.
The holidays are over and we think every-
ne had a joyous time.
On New Year day a happy assembly of
oung girls met at Mrs. Aaron Sheets' to sew
arpet rags. They succeeded in sewing as
lany as a previous assembly of married
romen. In the evening there was an oyster
ipper and the boys came and the evening
as spent in merriment.
F. B. Thirkield , Health Inspector of
hicago , says , "Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cannot
2 recommended too highly. It cured me of
: vere dyspepsia" It digests what you eat
id cures indigestion , heartburn and all forms
dyspepsia. D. W. Loar.
Miss Jennie McCIung has been the gue.st of
iss Minnie Rowell of McCook , part of this
Miss Lillian Welborn was in McCook , yes-
rday , on business of the county superinten-
Art. Crabtree , the new deputy sheriff , has
: en spending most of the week in the county
at , learning the ropes of his new position ,
is one with which , however , he is somewhat
miliar. He will make a satisfactory deputy ,
Commissioner Crabtree has been absent in
e county seat , all week , in attendance upon j
e meetings of the board of county commis-
> ners , now making their annual settlements
th the old county officers and inducting the
w ones into office.
The properties of Baliard's Snow Liniment
ssess a range of usefulness greater than any
icr remedy. A day seldom passes in every
usehold , especially where there are children ,
it it is not needed. Price , 25 and 50 cent .
j.H.Appleton. justice of peace , Clarksburg ,
J. , says , "DeWitt's Little Early Risers are
: best pills made for constipation. We use
others. " Quickly cure all liver and bowel
ubles. D. W. Loar.
I'he fragile babe and the growing child are
engthened by White's Cream Vermifuge ,
destroys worms , gets digestion at work and
rebuilds the body. Price 25 cents. A.
, A Frightful Blunder
Vill often cause a hoirible burn , scald , cut
bruise. Bucklen's Arnica Salve , the best
: he world , will kill the pain and promptly
il it. Cures old sores , fever sores , ulcers ,
Is , felons , corns , all skin eruptions. Best
: cure on earth. Only 25 cts a box. Cure
iranteed. Sold by McConnell & Berry.
He "Would Know More.
An exceedingly well dressed worn
sat In an elevated railway car the 01
er day , and opposite her was an eldei
man. The woman got up to leave t
car , and in t/ > corner of the sc
where she had been sitting the in
spied a piece of black net. Jmnpl
for It , he called out :
"Madam , you have left your veil ! '
As she took no notice of him
dashed down the aisle after her , an
touching licrou the elbow again , sai
"Madam , you have left your veil
at the same time holding it up lu fi
view of all.
It was a frowsy , frayed , torn pie
of black cotton net.
"It Is not mine , sir ! " she suappi
out , giving him a withering look , at
the obliging old man shrank back i
If he had been jabbed with a hatpl
while the passengers grinned.
"Why was she so mad about It
he asked In a dazed way as lie la
the homely little rag on the wludo
"I guess you never paid for a w
man's flnery , " said another man.
"That's so , " said the withered 01
In a hopeless tone. " 1 am a bachelo
Perhaps I'd know more If I'd ma
"You would that. " said the othi
feelingly. New York Tribune.
Renting ; the MiiHcIes.
When a man IH tired , he stretches h
arms and legs and yawns. Birds an
animals , so far as possible , follow h
Birds spread their feathers and als
yawn , or gape. Fowls often do thi :
Fish yawn ; they open their motitli
slowly until they are round , the bout
of the head seem to loosen , and tli
Dogs are inveterate yawners an
stretchers , but seldom sneeze unles
they have a cold. Cats are alway
stretching their bodies , legs and clawj
is every one knows who has a cat fo
Horses stretch violently when am
ifter indulging In a roll , but not , as i
ule , on all fours.
A stag when stretching sticks out hi
lead , stretches his fore feet out au <
lollows his back and neck as thongl
rying to creep under a bar.
Most ruminant animals stretch whei
hey rise up after lying down. Dec ;
lo it regularly ; so do cows. This fac
s so well known that if a cow , whei
irising from lying down , does no
tretch herself it is a sign she is ill.
The reasou for this is plain tin
itretcli moves every muscle of tin
ody , and if there be any injury any
i-here It hurts. Pittsburg Dispatch.
Measuring ; a Tree.
Supposing a woodchoppOr in tlu
laiue forest is told to get out a masi
or a yacht. He knows that he musl
nd a tree which is straight for ( ! <
eet below the branches. It would bi
cry troublesome to climb trees and
leasure them with a tape measure ,
o he , without knowing it , uses prac-
leal trigonometry. He measures ofl
[ ) feet in a straight line from the tree ,
nd then he cuts a pole , which , when
pright in the ground , is exactly as tall
s himself. This he plants in the
arth his own leugth from the end of
is GO feet.
For example , if he is six feet tall , he
lauts his six foot pole 54 feet from
le tree. Then he lies down oil his
ack , with his head at the end of the
ne and his feet touching the pole ,
nd sights over the top of it. He
uows that where his eyes touch the
ee is almost exactly GO feet from
le ground. Weekly Bouquet.
That's a pathetic story of the Gour-
> n fishing boat crew. No class of men
.cc death more frequently than the
irdy fisher toilers of the sea. and
nong none is a genuine heroism more
The Gounlon boat was mauncd by
father and his four sons. When the
tat sank , three of the latter went
itli her. The old man got an oar. and
on the fourth son appeared by his
le. But the oar could only support
; e , and the lad , taking in the situa-
> n at once , bade his parent farewell
the words , "Wcel , weel. faither , I
nun jist awa' , " and sank.
Jnly readers familiar with the nortli-
a dialect will fully appreciate the
pth of kindly resignation and true
sling which the words denote. The
tber endured terrible sufferings , but
is ultimately picked up. "Greater
, -e bath no man than this. " West-
A Xatnrnl Cross.
Dne of- the most beautiful natural
; k carvings in the world is the South-
i Cross , on the island of Grand Ma-
n. in the bay of Fundy. It stands at
3 bead of a ledge of rocks jutting in-
the bay from the foot of one of the
mense cliffs at the southern end of
? Grand Mauan. Its shape is that of ,
almost perfect cross. <
I'rofessioiml Jenlonay. j
Tou are nothing but an imitator. " j
d the bluejay , full of wrath at hoarj ' j
: its cry so accurately mimicked.
All that ails you , " airily rotortcfl
> mockinpr bird , "is that you art' on
us because I can sins your sonj : so
: ch better than you can. " Chicago ,
Did \pt Dispute It.
Your bonor. " protested the burglar ,
am as honest as the day is long. "
I don't doubt. " replied the magis-
te. " 1 understand you fellows trans-
all your business at night. " Puila-
mong every 1.000 bachelors there
38 criminals. Among married men
ratio Is only 18 per thousand.
orcemeat Is a corruption of farce-
it from the French farce , stuffing
, meat for stuffing.
The Old Mtiti Ilml Chnnjcetl.
A Lancaster county man once ca ;
to a Philadelphia portrait painter w
a request that he palut a picture of 1
father. "Very well , " said the nrtl
"have the old gentleman come In wli
next In town , and I will' give him a i
ting. " The man replied : "He gau't
dot ; he Is da it"
"Oh , well , then , you have a plio
graph of hlius
"No ; 1 don't got no fottograf of h
"Well , how do you expect me to pal
the portrait of your father when 1 en
not see him and have nothing to gi
me an Idea of his appearance ? "
"Veil , " he replied , "I dlnked may
of 1 dolt you aboul him you gan bal
him from dot. "
"All right , " said the artist , "descrl
"Veil , my fadder was not so dall ui
not so short ; he vas not fat und uot
din. " And so the honest fellow pi
ceeded to describe his father as he j
The artist undertook to paint the pi
ture , and In due course It is complete
and the Lancaster county man comes
to view the results of the artist's e
forts. As the canvas Is disclosed 1
gazes long and reverently upon the pi
ture of his departed parent Then I
feelingly remarks : "Yah , dot Is mil
fadder ! Mine fadder vat I loafed i
much ! But , ach hlmmel , fadder , ho
you haf changed ! " PhlladelphlaTiine
A Bcnntifiil System.
The Memphis" Scimitar tells of a r
cent bride whose husband noticed tli !
she was keeping an itemized accoui
of the household expenses. In lookii
it over one day lie noticed at the bo
torn of each page or two the lettei
"D. K. W. " This somewhat puzzle
him. He really found It very ditlicu
to keep from thinking about wlu
these letters could possibly mean. . '
occurred to him that possibly his wll
was saving out some money to bu
something for him. But then he kiie1
that his initials were not "D. K. W ,
and this did not prove a satlsfactor
solution to the matter.
So one day when his wife was In
real good humor he took her In hi
inns and asked what she meant b
'D. K. W , 50 cents , " "D. K. W. , ? 1
ind the like.
She replied : " 'D. K. W. ' stand fo
don't know what. ' Whenever I wen
: o balance my account at the end each
: ach page and found I had spent moc
jy for which I could not account ,
ust put in a sullicient amount , witl
he item 'D. K. W. , ' to make it balauc
ust exactly. "
Flint Driving In
In the larger cities of Russia then
s no limit to the speed at which ;
lorse may be driven through the pub
Ic streets. The typical harness horsi
s the Orloff , a breed founded by Coun
) rloff-Cliemeuski , being a cross be
ween the Arabian stallion Smetanki
md imported mares , principally Eng
An average roadster is 1C hands higl
nd weighs 1,100 pounds , with lieavj
naue , a bushy tail that reaches nearly
0 the ground and "iron" limbs thai
how great muscular development
'he favorite color Is gray. Such ar
nimal is driven through the principal
trects of St. Petersburg at a furious
ace , that portion near the center and
eside the surface car tracks being re-
erved for fast driving.
During the winter months teams of
ivo and three abreast are driven to
leighs at a three minute gait. There
1 racing all winter , the courses being
ooded at night to provide three Inches
C solid ice. American pneumatic sul-
ies , harness , boots , gaiting appli-
ttces , etc. , are in general use.
Loril l.ansdoivjie Visits Turner.
No one was admitted to Turner's
suse in Queen Anne street unless spe-
ally invited. There was a sort of lit-
e iron grille in the center of the front
) or , through which the old house-
jeper used to look and see who was
icre. As an example of the rarity of
sitors tbe late Lord Lansdowne. who
as a great lover of art and a friend of
urnei-'s , told me that after receiving
> answers to his letters he resolved to
iard the lion in his den. He there-
re went and knocked at the door ,
hen a shock bead appeared at the
) n grating , and its owner called out
"at's meat , I suppose ? "
"Yes , cat's meat. " answered his
rdship and squeezed himself in.
lillais' Life of Turner. "
The Ased Minister.
[ f bis work be in a city church , it
a grave question whether any min
er can now discharge It with efli-
; ncy who is much above 50 years
ape. The multitude of details in a
y parish , the excitement of the life ,
? severe demand upon the mind and
? heavy burden of responsibility call
a man in the prime of life , with
alert intellect and an unfailing
Jy. Ian Maclaren in Ladies'
Took Their Places.
lere is a story which Baron Dowse ,
celebrated Irish judge , once told
that exaggerated "brogue" which be
ed to employ :
I was down in Cork holding assizes ,
the first day , when the jury came
tlio officer of the court said. 'Gintle-
n av the jury , ye'll take yer accus-
aed places , if ye plaze. ' And may I
er laugh. " said the baron , "if they
n't all walk into the dock. "
An Unknown Hero.
, a Gaceta. published in Guadala-
a. part in English and part In Span-
. prints in a prominent place the
ill the gentleman who embraced my wife at
entrance to the postoffice about 9 o'clock
sday evening please send me his photograph
my "Album of Heroes ? " He will greatly
* J. L
exlco Two Republics.
lives a happy wife. She writes : " I
have used Mother's Friend before
two confinements. The last time I had
twins , and was in labor only a few min
utes. Suffered very little. " The reason
Mother's why Friend
does expectant mothers so much
oed is because it is an external liniment ,
: o be applied upon the outside , where
much of the strain comes. It helps be
cause the pores of the skin readily absorb
it , and it comes into direct contact with
and is absorbed by the parts involved.
Morning sickness is quickly banished ,
and nervousness is kept completely away.
The sense of dread and foreboding is not
experienced , even during labor itself.
Confinement is short and almost without
pain. Recovery is quick and sure. Best
of all , Mother's Friend benefits the
unborn just as much as the expectant
mother , and when the little one comes it
will be strong , lusty and healthy.
Druggists sell Mother's Friend for St a bottle.
Send for our free book on the subject ,
THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.
ATLANTA , < JA.
Lewis Dennis , Salem , hid. , sa\s , "Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure did me moie coon than any
thing 1 ever took. " It digests what you eat
and can not help but cure dyspepsia anil
stomach troubles. D.V Loar.
A man in Kansas City was severely burned
jy hot grease , the oilier day , while in the
iitchen helping his wife cook breakfast.
Fools will continue to rush in where angels.
'ear to tread.
Many of the blotches , pimples and other
iffeclions of the skin are caused by the failure
> f the liver and kidr.eys to cast nft impurities ,
vhich remain in the system. Hcrbine will
Simulate the liver and kidneys , and cleanse
he system of all impurities. Trice 50 cents.
Kansas produced 1,163.6 0 pounds of cheese ,
ast year , as a bracer to the strong productive
igures of the scentury.
Herbine should be i ed to enrich and puri-
y the blood ; it cures all forms of blood dis
irders , is especially useful in fevers , skin
ruptions , boils , pimples , blackheads , scrofula ,
alt rheum and every form of blood impurity ;
t is a fp. and effectual cure. I'nce 50 cents
Size doesn't indicate quality. Uewaie of
ounterfeit and worthless salve offered forDe
Vitt's \Vitch Hazel Halve. DcWitl's , is the
nly original. An infallible cure for piles ancj-
II 5-kin diseases. DV. . l.oar.
Baby Idlewylde Maryanthe Kates of Sarpy
ounty , Nebraska , was named after a distin-
uished ancestor and her country place , and
ot after a pair of Pullman cars , as might be
Many a bright and happy household ha- ,
een thrown into sadness and sonow because
f the death of a loved one from a neglected
lid. Mallard's I lorehound Syrup is the great
ire for coughs , colds and all pulmonary ai !
ipnts i > r,0 2nnd W < ents. A. McMillen
IcCook Transfer Line
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itents taken through ilnnn & Co. receive
ial notice , without charge. In the
andsomely illustrated weekly. J.nrtrest cir-
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known for 15 years as the
JEST REMEDY for PILES.
SOLD BY AIX DRUGGISTS.
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