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PARTI Alm OFFERS A MARKET
vivi unm FDR your ppnniirp
5 , igL 3
Complete Change Saturday. Adults, Week
day Matinee, 20c; Evening!, Sfo. Continu
ous! to 11 p. m. Children 10 rente all timet,.
When in Portland Visit
1200 Feet Above the City. DANCIXO Every Night Eicept Sun
day. AMUSEMENTS Afternoon and Evening. Admission to
Park Free Auto Parking Free. Hop C. 0. Car oa Washington St.
Select Residential & Transient
15th and Yamhill. Portland, Oregon.
Modern Fireproof American Plan
C. G. APPLEGATH
Portland's Oldest FUR House
Remodeling. Repairing, Storage.
129 Tenth Street, n-nr Wnshinpton
Expert examination free All work guaranteed. Sen
Bible prices. We specialise in Complete Overhauling and
ANDERSON & MAYER GARAGE & MACHINE SHOP
Moved to New Larger Garage. 9tk and Hoyt, Portland
By MARTHA WILLIAMS
Railway Telegraph and Radio Institute
4:12-33-34 Railway Exchange Building. Portland, Oregon,
TREMENDOUS DEMAND FOR BOTH MEN AND WOMEN, BIG SALARIES
Day and Night Classes. Write for Prospectus.
" rlorrUon At T Viiv A -
We Specialize in
Hides, Pells, Wool, Mohair, Tallow, Cascara,
Oregon Grape Root. Goat Skins, Horse Hair
Write for Shipping Tags & latest Price List
Portland Hide & Wool Co.
106 UNION AVENUE NORTH, PORTLAND, ORISON.
Branch at Pocateilo. Idaho
FOR APPLE DISHES
The Union Pacific has just issued a
forty page booklet containing 150 rec
ipes for apple dishes every housewife
Bhould possess. "An apple a day keeps
the doctor away" and this book tells
how it may be done in a 150 ways. It
will be sent free to any address on ap
plication by letter or phone to Wm.
McMurray, General Passenger Agent,
637 Pittock Block, Portland, Oregon.
Furniture, Automobiles, Trucks. Don't
riHs this opportunity. Every Saturday,
P. M. Sharp.
CITY AUCTION CO.,
tU 3rd St. West Side
Price 25c a Box
For Weak Kidneys and Inflammation
"of the Bladder.
We pay the
BVi-M North Sixth St. PORTLAND, ORE
aHV We guarantee material
mrAjG Painlni of
WWW teeth, 60c. 20 years in
th. same location. U. S. DENTISTS. 246Vs Wash
ington cor. Second. Portland. Oregon.
Set of tfQ.OO
Removed without Injury to the akin by Ney-Born
Depilatory. Sample on reuuest. Ney-Born Lab
eratoriee, 619 Morgan Bldg.. Portland Oregon.
ynnnrn Just received a consignment
liUhutu f 50 head horses, from 4 to 6
years old; 1200 to 1400 lbs.
If you are looking for ranch horses or
trading stock do not overlook this op
portunity to buy. Your price is ours.
Will take In any kind of milk cows or
cattle In exchange. This Is the bg horse
and mule market. We always have from
190 to 150 head to choose from. North
Portland Horse & Mule Co., Union Stock
Yards, North Portland, Oregon. Empire
PROF. KEMBRITZ FAMOUS REME
DIES are doing the work. Special for
chronic stomach intestine and asthma.
Distributors wanted in your own town.
240 S. Broadway, Portland, Oregon.
Cut, seam, hem and machine O I All
pleat skirts ready for band, w '9
Hemstitching, pieotintr and tucking.
EASTERN NOVELTY MFG. CO.
85V4 Fifth Street l'urtland. Ore.
AUTOS WITHOUT DRIVERS
Larry Sullivan, 212'A S. Broadway,
Portland. Telephone Main 8740.
Will bring you relief. It's the modern
method. You cannot possess good health
with an Impaired nervous system. Drs.
Duckworth and Masten all modern drug
leas methods used, 215 Swetland Bldg.,
Fifth and Washington, Portland.
CAMERA AND KODAK REPAIRING
Adolph W, Harr, Ablngton Big.. Portland.
Complete Line Cottiers' Supplies
Portland Beverage & Sply Co.. 431 Stark
CUT FLOWERS & FLORAL RESIGNS
Clarke Bros., Florists, 287 Morrison St.
DR.- ABRAMS SYSTEM
For all Chronic Diseases, Madison Bldg.
Charles S. Wollin, Suite 702-703 Selling
Building, Portland, Oregon.
WABASH. Rooms 60c. 204 MadisonSt.
Fertilizers $25.00. Red Ash Seed Co
Vancouver, Wn. "Fertilize With Brains
THE LUC1LE BEAUTY SCHOOL
The Luclle method makes you a real
marceller. All branches of Beauty culture
taught by expert instructors. For full in
formation write 41 Selllng-Hlrsch Bldg.
Phone Main 4337.
MOLER BARBER COLLEGE
Teaches trade in 8 weeks. Some pay
while learning. Positions secured. Write
for catalogue. 234 Burnslde Street, Port
If vou are troubled with Appendicitis
or Stomach Trouble, write Illzz Company,
Portland, Oregon, for free Information in
German or English.
PERFECTO TRUNK MFG
Trunks. Auto Trunks to order.
and- Pine, Portland, Ore.
RYDER PRINTING CO.
Feature Printing for Less
192 Third Street Portland, Oregon
USED CASH REGISTERS
Scales, Electric Coffee Mills, Show
Cases, Butchers' Display Cases.
BOXEU TRADING CO..
129 First St. Portland, Oregon
Tel. BRoadway 7438
PAINTS AND WALLPAPER
Miller Taint Co , 171 First St.
If you have Stomach, Kidney, Liver and
Bowel troubles and RHEUMATISM, then writ,
to me, etau your ailment, and enclose 4 cents
iu stamp for my Free Booklet. It tells the
way back to health.
MARCELLS MIRACLE MINERAL
Address, Marcell, the Nature Man,
01 W. Lombard St., Portland, Ore.
Please mention this paper.
Old-time Power of God
129 Fourth St., Portland, Ore
Telephone Bdy 6692
"FOR WOMEN BY WOMEN"
Women's Employment Bureau
Help of all kinds, 409 Yamhill Street.
A POSITION FOREAOH GRADUATE)
DECKER BUSINESS COLLEGE
Your "TEETH SLEEP" While We Work
Our Reputation is our greatest asset.
Dr. Keene, 361ViWasliington St., Portland
AMERICAN BEAUTY SCHOOL'
Experts In all lines of Beauty Work.
325 Medical Bldg.. Portland, Oregon.
THE NEVER-1. E A K Bl d'ND-EDGB
The Gasket House 409 Burnslde
ZENITH SALES & SERVICE. INC Zenith
Carburetor end Crit Lnbtirattfie System.
I0TH AND DAVIS STS., PORTLAND
ATTENTION LAPTJSj 10 ers ani P"t
Sanitary beauty parlors we fix you up: we
malte all kind of hair pieces out of comb
ings: 1-stera switch, .'; 2 stems. SI Mi,
3 stems, 92. Full courne ul beauty cul
ture, (20. 400 llvkuin bl.lif , Portland, Or.
OZY Home Restaurant
If you come once, you will come back.
Leave your packages, no charge. Look
for orange front, 204 3rd St. S. McKeragan
Baths, sinks, toilets, basins, boilers,
pipe, valves and fittings. Prices reason
able. Standard Plumbing St Heating Co.
East 6th and Morrison Sts. Portland, Or.
DRUGS BY MAIL
Let us send you your Drugs by mail Special
service given mail orders vrv
173 Third St.. Portland. Ore
Big FREE Book for Sufferers
from Cancer, Tuberculosis,
Chronic Diseases, Piles
Writ for your free copy of my booklet on
oauses and my successful methods of treating
Cancer. Tuberculosis, FflS and Chronic dis
eases. Hundreds of grateful patients testify
to the results possible in your case. Charges
lor treatment are very
American Health Institute
Specialists on Chronic
Diseases. Dr. Watts
Director. 215 Colum
bia Bldg.. West Park
a. ,o Washin gton Sta.,
Wholesome food cooked just right
by cooks who know. SPECIAL 25c
luncheon served daily that cannot
be excelled, Park Street between
Washington and Alder. Portland
Purity Dairy Lunch Restaurant
125 Fourth St., Near Washington St.
GOOD THINGS TO EAT at Reasonable Prices.
CLEANING AND DYEING
for reliable Cleaning and Dye
ing service send parcels to us.
We pay return postage. Inform-
h 5(1 ation and prices given upon re-
teOr ENKE'S CITY DYE WORKS..
Established 1890. Portland. Ore
WE WRECK AUTOS and TRUCKS
Parts Sold at
DAVID HODES CO., Inc.
Everything from a bolt to an angina.
Cro An., Car. tut S1bm St Pertuai. On
l(), 191, McClure Newspaper Syndicate.)
Clouds lowered but spring was In
the air. Amy felt it Inarticulately,
but ber housemates, the Bradleys,
were so literal-minded they resented
as "hlghfulutln" open cognizance of
things Immaterial. Therefore she was
glad to be walking alone through
naked woodland. With live hundred a
year secured her for life, the Brad
leys thought her enviable among
young women. They begged her to
stay with them as "one of the family,"
but she had been too wise to agree.
Therefore she paid them very, very
moderately in currency of the com
monwealth, much more In kindly serv
ice, and but scantily in gratitude.
Parting would be no wrench if she
were lucky enough to bring it to pass.
Madame Carey, the local great lady,
an absentee for ten months of the
year, was now home for her annual
visit, and had let It be known that she
wanted a capable younger woman to
go back with her to the city under a
sliding agreement. If they suited each
other something might come of it ; If
not, no special harm would have been
done. She would pay expenses any
thing more was for later consideration.
The Carey place was so big and
handsome, Amy thought upon coming
to it ; what a sliame it stood deserted
so much of the time. Even with
madame In residence It held to Its air
of desolation. Amy came to It by the
back wav. through orchards rather
ragged and weedy, that ran on to a
stretch of turf hardly less ragged,
which gave finally upon a rose gar
den still ungainly in winter swathlngs,
Three minutes later she was stand
ing disconsolate before an Impromptu
butler, who had Just said madame was
away till live In the afternoon he
was sure. He held the door half shut
a tall thlnnish man stood within It
asking civilly: "Will you leave a
message with me, young lady? I'll de
liver it straight."
"Thank you but It would only
trouble you for nothing," Amy an
swered, with a sudden vivid conscious
ness that the tall man had been In the
rose garden while she passed. He
must have followed her inside by an
other entrance. She wondered why.
The wonder deepened as he said per
"Better let me Judge of that.
Madame Is my stepmother, and we
are commonly of one mind about
tilings. By telling nie what Is on your
mind. I can at least settle how far
you two are likely to agree
More words went buck and forth
with the upshot of them a conference
in the library before a delightful tire
of hickory logs. It lasted till the lm
promptu butler blurted out, sticking
his head Inside :
"Luncheon's on the table, Mr.
Carey," then sighting Amy: "Plenty
for two shall I put another plate?'
Amy rose protesting again she
found herself overborne. Thus she ate
from Carey china, with Carey silver
old and beautifully kept, ber eyes the
while further enchanted by the fine
lofty old room, many-windowed, with
pictures in all the spaces between
Iter host noted the gazing. Presently
ha asked tentatively: "You like It
"Like Is no word for It," Amy an
swered ; "hut the pity of it. So much
trace and beauty shut in darkness
most of the time."
"That's my notion," Cliff Carey re
turned ; "but there seems no help for
it. Madame has nobody but me to
cherish her she hates the place for
reasons, of course but will not part
with it she wants to pass It down to
me. So we go along, each half a
heart-break to the other. By the way,
I believe this new plan of hers Is
meant In a way to give me greater
Said Amy: "Do you want It?"
I He smiled. "A year of It after
that I won't let myself think further
running loose might make a dlffer-
! ent man of me."
j . Amy insisted upon going the way
she had come. Cliff Carey went with
her to the very verge of the rose gar
den. As they passed the rebelstein
be smiled whimsically, saying:
i "I'm sure It will remember when
j it blooms. Somehow, you seem not
j easily forgotten."
i ; He was the same, Amy decided.
Though she saw no more of him f'r
he endured them gallantly for my
sake, lie loves me as I love him
as I have since he was born. His
mother, my dearest friend, gave him
to me when she died he was barely
week old "
"You loved his father," Amy said,
not In question but as speaking truth,
and madame smiled, answering :
There was never another man iu
all the world for me. His wife, know
ing it, begged me to take her place."
Happiness is tonic. Madame was
better, stronger, more alive than for
years. Then came the cablegram
Cliff badly hurt, in danger of death,
half a world away. His mother read
It with set white lips then said to
Amy: "How quickly can we go to
Amy answered: "At once!" and
set about making that possible. So
by help of gold, steel, steam and sci
ence they came within little beyond
a fortnight to his bedside. Madame
had been wonderful shriukiug from
nothing, steadfast in courage, In en
durance, in hope, all the long way.
Amy marveled and rejoiced. At the
worst they would reach him in time,
at the best they might help him win
back to living. Coming upon him still
lu the borderland between life and
death, they knelt either side or mm,
heads bowed upon his nerveless hands,
silent but sending through him vitaliz
ing currents of love and gladness.
After long minutes he stirred lalntly.
saying in a weak whisper: "1 must
be dead and in heaveu. Mother
any Amy are there." Strength failed
Madame lifted her head, kissed lilm
three times, then walked away, saying
In her heart: "She will make his
heaven when I am gone."
Next day, almost forcibly, she had
them married. Afterward she went
outside. And there, under flittering
palm shadows, they found her dead,
with the happiness of heaven useir
frozen upon her face.
state news : Trucks o'i
Nature Has Balanced
Strength and Weight
The size of an animal Is of far
greater significance than the average
person realizes. Few species couiu
live In their present environments if
their bodies were much larger or
much smnller. Any decided change In
either direction would necessitate
marked changes In the habits of the
creatures and in extreme cases would
produce fatal results. This Is because
any change in size seriously upsets
the existing nice balance between
weight and strength. It has been
demonstrated many times to the
chagrin of engineers that a perfect
working small model may be a dismal
failure when reproduced on a large
scale. Often radical changes In the
relative proportions of parts are nec
essary to preserve the balance be
tween strength and weight.
When an animal's size Is Increased
its strength which Is dependent on
Its muBties Increases approximately
as the square of the dimensions of
the latter. Its weight, however, In
creases as the cube of its bodily pro
portions. Obviously therefore weight
Increases much more rapidly than
power of locomotion. Hecause of
their remarkable strength relative to
weight Insects ami the smaller ani
mals are able to make prodigious
leaps. For Instance grasshoppers and
fleas sometimes lea;) through a space
equal to 100 limes the length of their
bodies. This relative lightness Is often
a great advantage In other ways;
everyone has observed how Insects
may fall from great heights without
the slightest Injury tind how cats,
squirrels and other small animals leap
from high elevations with Impunity
The 1'ath tinder.
Ashland.- After a separation of 41!
years, during which time they thought
each other dead, Andrew D. Whitney,
93, Prescott, Ariz., pioneer, and his
daughter. Mrs. Julia Colon of Ashland,
were united here Friday.
Bond. Their mother killed by a
ruthless hunter, twin fawns were
brought to Bend from the mountains
beyond Prlnevllle Saturday by a (fame
warden. The orphans won1 placed in
the state park at the Tumalo fish
Vernonla.- -At the regular meeting
of the city council it was decided to
ask the county court of Columbia
county to vacate the ooUQty road
which is part of the Inland highway
through this city so that it could be
paved under tile bonding provisions of
the Bancroft act.
Milton. Fire from smut explosion
destroyed the wheal separator and
nearby straw stack on the Alva Shum-
way ranch, lite miles up Couse creek,
south of this city. Friday afternoon.
This was the third day in succession
that grain fires had destroyed separa
tors anil grain fields near this city.
The Dalles. - - The Wasco county
wheat crop will average around "0
bushels to the acre, with some stands
of 25 and bushels to the acre, ami
in a tew exceptional cases as nigh as
40 bushels to the aire, according to
County Agent Daigli, who Saturday
completed a survey of the county's
Ilillsboro. Banks is to have electric
lights. The survey has been com
pleted and poles distributed by the
Puget Sound Light A; rower company.
The line is to extend across country
from B point near I he Masonic home
and will also serve tanners along the
line, n number of whom have signed
Salem. As a food product there is
no substitute for that which comes
from the dairy in that it contributes
to the growth and development of both
mind and body, according to the at
Urinative argument filed witli the see
rotary of state here Saturday in con
nection wilh the oleomargarine and
condensed milk bill that will go be
fore the voters at the November oloe
Eugene. Hilly, the 7-year-old son
of S. H. Stevenson, Eugeue druggist,
was seriously injured when a railroad
torpedo exploded while he was stoop
ing over it Friday evening. The
family was visiting at Hrownsville
and a playmate of Billy's exploded
the torpedo by striking it wilh a rock.
The cliild's eyes Were injured but it
was not believed that he would lose
Salem. The public service commis
sion issued an order heVe Saturday
dismissing Ho- complaint tiled by the
Inland Auto company and IS other
firms and Individuals with relation to
the service of the Pacific Telephone
& Telegraph company in the city of
Prlnevllle. It was said that the tele
phone corporation had improved its
service to meet the requirements of
All Sizes, Prices, Terms. Also Used and
Re-built Trucks. Write for Catalog.
BADLEY SMITH CO.,
9th and Burnslde Portland, Ore.
Next Door to everything tn 7oun
'llll Tlga Vou " III
in ib M L
. "J. ... MORRISON
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4x6 Photo of your BABY
In Us BIRTH DA Y Monht
145 1-2 Third SI.
Between Alder & Morrison
Mary Elizabeth Shop
Facial and Scalp Treatments,
Marcelline. Permanent Wave,
Children's Hair I'uttlng-. Hair
Dyeing. Tourist liuoili Service
26 Cents. Portland, Oregon.
Foreign and Domeatlo
Kafoury Bios.. AMrr St.
SIGN SERVICE. INC
Electric SIGNS General
estimates Free Slam Erected Anvwhsr
Burnslde at eleventh : Portland. Ore.
NO REBORINQ NECESSARY
D.&W. Distributor for Ford & Fordeon
Oar tiurage Does All Hepalr Work
Smith & Gaines, burnsids
Plumbing Supplies and Pipe
Sold Direct to the Public.
Wa nave you money. Writu us fur prfcea today
MESHER PLUMBING SUPPLY COMPANY
184 First St., near Yamhill, Portland. Ore
His Grade in Friendship.
Jimmle wanted to go to Donald's
house, but mother hesitated giving
permission, because Donald was a new
boy in the neighborhood. Whereupon
Jimmle said: "He's all right. Ho
liked me the third bell of all the hoys
No Official Notification
Honors do not ilwayfl seek their
man. Fewer times they run lilm down
and secretly attuch themselves to him.
But Indiana university hus Just dis
covered its case of that sort. Dr. W.
A. Bavli--. dean of the Indiana uni
versity school of commerce nnd fi
nance, is the recipient During the
(lrst of May, Dean Rawles attended
the convention of the Amerlcun Asso
ciation of Collegiate Schools of Busi
ness, but was called from the session
before the conference closed. Almost
a month later he received a communi
cation addressed to him us secretary
treasurer of the body. "What can It
he," he wondered, and after he had
communicated with the president, a
headline tn the college dally an
nounced: "Bawles Holds Office During
Four Weeks Without Knowing It."
Study Electrical Cooking
Demonstrations of electric cook Ins
appliances are being conducted by the
Melbourne (Australia) city council.
Bute models of ranges are shown, l
iudlne some of Australian make.
rha ti.mpKtlr- current rale at Me -
months, he was never long out of her bourne Is VAA, which puts electric
The Bible is BOH published lu 77(
language. The American Bible socl
etv holies tn continue Its work o:
translation into :XJ other- languages much proflt.
With average prices for wool, a
breeding ewe almost pays with her
fleece for her upkeep during the year.
And every little lamb means just so
Actor Kills Real Bull in Course of Drama
Mexico City. A real bullfight fea
tured the recent presentation here of
Manuel Penella's play, "The Wild
Cat," in which such a spectacle Is In
cluded, alUiough in the United States
the encounter took place behind the
A gala performance of the show was
staged in the bull rinz, and Antonio
Segura, the bullfighter-tenor of the
play, acquitted himself creditably
when he faced and killed the bul
against which he wns pitted.
During his youthful days in SevlllH
Segura toyed with the cape and ban
derlllat before he discovered the stagt
was a safer and more profitable pro
fesslon than that of the toreador.
More than 5,000 women in th
United States earn their living aa in
mind. Madame Carey had been a
little doubtful at first, but after a fort
night had Insisted upon clinching the
bargain Amy to stay a year with her
as daughter of the house, to see and
hear and rejoice In things proper for
that personage; Cliff the while Bailing
all round the big world, dawdling
where It pleased him. making airplane
flights when the ltcb for speed laid
hold upon him.
Amy had come to a tragic under
standing of madame'i piteous case.
Hale and stately as she seemed, life
for her hung by a thread. Thus she
dared not travel, neither to stay far
from her apeclallat He might not be
needed once a year, but when the need
came he meant life or death.
"Dear son to me that Cliff has al
ways been." madame told Amy, "I felt
hla Indifference to things I cared for
cooking on a competitive basis with
gaa The time system of payment la
offered on all models of cooking apparatus.
The Florida Key
The Florida keys are a group of is
lands or reefs which stretch in a
curved line, '$) miles long, from Bis
cayne bay to the Gulf of Mexico. They
ure a remarkable example Of coral for
mation, and most of them are sub
merged in high tide. They contain nu
merous good harbors, the moat Impor
tant being Key West, where a naval
station is situated, which Is a connect
ing link with principal eastern eoaet
cities. The railroad from Key Wesl
to the mainland, over the water from
Island to Island, a dUtance of 13
miles, is considered one of the great
est of modern engineering feats.
Salem. Extending compulsory in
surance under the workmen's com
pensation act to include all hazardous
occupations was declared to be prac
tical and a slop In the right direct Ion
In the affirmative argument tiled with
the secretary of Htato here in connec
Hon with the ao-calied compulsory
workmen's compensation amendment
which will go before the voters at the
BrOWDtVille, A temporary shut
down was put in force ut the Hrowns
ville woolen mill this week. High OOSl
of wool, lack of market for products
and low water in river and millrai e
wore given as causes. Several do.en
workmen are out of employment, The
Brownsville woolen mill store has
been moved to Albany, and Harvey
a Walker, who was manager here,
has been sent to Albany.
Mill City. The small creeks iu this
vicinity are at the lowest water mark
any of tie- old timers can rememher
Hock Creek, which usually furnishes
good fishing moHt of the summer, now
has but very little water In it, all
of which is being diverted through the
Hammond Lumber company log pond
in an effort to keep the pond ut a
working level. Tho Sam lam river is
also very low for this time oi year.
Kugene. Kugene was the sixth city
in the Pacific northwest in amount
of building permits during June, ac
cording to statistics received by W
H. Alexander, city building Inspec
tor. The number of permits Issued
during that month was 56 and the
estimated cost was $207,900. This
was within IHO.QOO of the figures given
out by Spokane, a city many times as
large as Kugene. Salem's figures for
the month were J59.405 and those at
Astoria, which is rebuilding after the
great fin-, were but 170,82.
Paper Making in China.
The only modern type paper mill in
China tailed. Four special papers
made by old methods are: link pu
per, from the paper mulberry; so
called rice paper, sliced from a pith;
coarse paper from rice straw, and
A Sea Desert.
In the South Pacific ocean, west of
Patagonia, is a sea doserl which con
tsini so few formi of marine Ufa that,
it Is claimed, whales ami sharks fre
quently die of hunger before they find
their way out.
Making Dad Diamonds Good.
Until recently yellow diamonds were
difficult to sell. Now tho stone is
placed over a small huh' in a block or
lead. Radium rays arts directed into
this hole, and slowly a change takes
Odd Cause for Rejoicing.
Nothing tickles us as much us hav
ing Opportunity knock at a. woman's
door when she's away Homewhere play
ing bridge. Buffalo Kvonlng Times.
Measured by the Soul.
The most gracious things iu life ure
the commonest, and these are to be
gained not by large fortunes but by
large souls. Bishop Westcott.
Definition of Speech.
Speei h is a pump,' by which wo ruisi
anil pour out the waler from tho great
lake ot tbOUght whither it flows buck
again. John .Sterling.
Wail Heard In All Ages.
How great a pity thai we should not
feel tor what end wo are born Into
this world, till Just us we ure leaving
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