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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 7, 1893)
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None But Royal
making I owder is absolutely pure. No other equals
it, or approaches it in leavening strength, purity, or
wholcsomcncss. (See U. S. Gov't Reports.) No other
is maac irom cream ol tartar specially refined for it and
chemically pure. No other makes such light, sweet,
finely-flavored, and wholesome food. No other will
maintain its strength without loss until used, or will
make bread or cake that will keep fresh so long, or
that can be eaten hot with impunity, even by dyspeptics.
No other is so economical.
The Baking Powders now being offered in this
vicinity, with the statement that they are " as good as
Royal," have been shown by the official analyses to be
composed of alum and detrimental to health.
The official chemists of the United States and Can
ada, State analysts, municipal' boards of health, and
physicians indorse the great qualities of the Royal
A lady of Eastbourne, England, has
just offered the sum of f 130 to the Sea
men's mission if the society will ap
point a reader for that town, and the
offer has been accepted. The fisher
men of Eastbourne are all residents,
without any admixture of nautical
A negro living near Chokee, Ga., is
the owner of a houud which, he says,
attends all the religious meetings of the
negroes, stands up and tries to follow
them in the singing, and regularly goes
to the altar to be prayed for with the
test of the mourners.
We know all abont the plants of the
Old World and their sober characters.
What they can do in our New World
has to be still more developed and is an
In speaking of the solidification of a
body by cooling, Professor Dewar says
that water can be made to become solid
by the evaporation of a quarter of its
Bathe in plenty of sunshine as well as
in plenty of water, and don't forget to
dry rub morning and night. It will add
years to your life and vigor.
Facemaking was first done by Bar
bara Uttman abont 1550, though the in
vention is claimed for an earlier date by
trance and Jtalv.
Your druggist does not
spread his "plasters or gelatine-coat
his pills. He knows
that such work is better done
in a factory,'
Some try to make an Emul
sion of cod-liver oil : but they
cannot make one like Scott's
Emulsion they'll find it out
some day. )
There is no secret in what
it is made of; there is a
knack in making it. That
knack is Scott's Emulsion.
There is a book on care
ful living that you ought to
read. Shall we send it? Free.
Scnrr fc Rownr, Chemists, iij South -th Avenue,
1 cur drucgist K.;ei .Scott's Emulsion ot cod-liver
c il--a.ll druggists everywhere do. f 1.
I had a malignant breaking out on my leg
below the knee and wascured sound and well
with two and sft half bottles of KR5Ri
Other blood medicines had failed fq
to do me an good. Will C. Beaty,
V Yorkville, S. C
T nraa frf!tiKlAl frnm fYilMtlfTwl with ftll aC-
pTavatpfi ease of fetter, and three bottJea of
rrpf curea me permanently.
-....I Mannville, 1. T.
Our book on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
free. fiwui Specific Co., Atlanta, ua.
" For too years I suffered terribly
with stoniach trouble, and was for
all that time under treatment by a
physician. He finally, after trying
everything said my stomach was
worn out, and that I would have to
cease eatin j solid food. On the rec
ommendation of a friend I procured
a bottle of 4ugust Flower. Itseetn
ed to do me good at once. I gained
strength and flesh rapidly. I feel
now like a new man, and consider
that August Flower has cured me."
Jas. E. Dederick, Saugerties, N.Y.
H CUntS WHfctifc ALL ELSE FAILS. FoT
BJ Best Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. Use R'l
H3 Id time. Sold by druggists (41
My ewwthrartl my lovvliutf! you darkened all
When fxvm uiy sUout dwelling your fooutei
The morn was dark as midnight, the noonday
sad as daw it.
The milk white dairies drooped their heads
along the dewy lawn.
My darling! my dearest! t sought the garden
But never iu a blossom your precious face I
No rose was red beside your lips, no lily like
No sound or thrilling of your voice In any
thrush s uote.
All! What is like your eyes, dear? gray sparkles
of the sea.
Bo clear and crystal shining their btryl glances
And where is any flower of all that may com
With the softly dancing glitter of the sunshine
in your hair.
Alone through liugeriag daytime I listen fn.
Those springing steps no longer along the path
I hear the dewdropa rustle in the branches
But home and you together for many day
My life Is sad and weary, too dark w ith want
But your dear eyes would bring its light and
gladness back again;
My soul is tired of desert sands, bereft of cheer
For you were like the diamond spring beneath
its lonely palm.
Come back, come back, my darling! Across the
Come light this night of grief and gloom, my
Ilesper shining clear;
Not long have I to linger, not long to call or
Come back my treasure! come, my heart, and
bless me e er I die!
Rose Terry Cooke iu New York Independent
Proposing I nder Difficulties.
An English writer tells an amusing
story of a country house where a regu
lar daily routine is observed, and where
no chance is given one of breaking the
monotony. It is of a man who wanted
to stay in a country house, thinking it
would give him the opportunity of pro
posing to a girl with whom he had been
in love for a long time. His visit was
to last a fortnight, but the last evening
came without his having the one chance
of being alone with her during the
whole time. As he sat at dinner (of
course he was at the opposite end of the
table where she was) he felt the time
was fast passing awav, and in a few
hours he would no longer be in the same
housd with her.
When the ladies went to the drawing
room he would have to sit on in the
dining room. His host might allow him
to look in at the drawing room for a few
minutes that evening, but after that his
presence would be required in the bil
liard room. In utter desperation he
took up the menu card and on it wrote,
"Will you marry me?" He doubled it
up, telling the butler to give it to the
lady in question. He did so. She read
it and with the perfect sang froid bora
only of the Nineteenth century said,
Tell the gentleman 'Yes.' "
Among the larger members of the
lamp family a Turkish lamp more than
half as large as a flour barrel is the
most conspicuous. Its top and bottom
are made of copper and the body is of
linen, after the style of the ordinary
Chinese lantern. Next in size to this is
a Japanese "night lamp," used for all
night burning in the Jap's house. It is
a square wooden frame nearly four feet
high, with sliding frames on two sides,
covered with white paper. The other
sides, to within ten inches of the bot
tom, are also paper covered. A trans
verse board half way up this light tower
holds a brass saucer, in which is burned
"brassica" oil with wicks of rush. Me
To Preserve Milk.
There are many ways of preserving
milk so as to keep it sweet, but one of
the most satisfactory is that which is at
present practiced at an establishment in
Texas. The milk, fresh from the cow,
is subjected to a boiling heat, and after
the air has been expelled from it the
cans are hermetically sealed. When the
process was first invented, about fifteen
years ago, several dozen bottles were
sealed up. Every year some of these are
opened, and after fifteen years' keeping
the milk has in every case been found
perfectly fresh. St. Paul Pioneer Press.
The Iteason for It.
'If cigarettes cause insanity, why
don't more young men go crazy'" asks a
correspondent. That is an easy one.
Brains are a prime requisite to an at
tack of i unity. That's why more
9igarette si okers don't go to asylum-
IT WIGHT BE A GOOD DEAL WORSE."
Ulack lloiitltlack Hilln.oiiliy
Hot Vteallirr and Shipwreck.
"UihhI morning, stili; havoti duno,
lull," nun! tlto Mack 1hh( black, as ho
taw ono ot his lvmuur customcra
roniing down tlio corridor, Tho ii-
lar customer sat down in tho chair
Inwardly proved that nono of his
friends might come alon; Iteforo ho
tot out of it and made some origina
IKservation ultout the weather.
"Yes, suh." replied the KiotMaek
"it is tmtn'ly a very hot day. I
M'll-no, suh, I won t say nothing
llHHlt it, IHVHUSO It IIUUM IH II gtHHl
Seal wus. There might 1h h big
aood or u wind to Mow us nil uwav
Yes, suh, that's what I always say
ivhen I hear people talkin alnuit how
nad things is.
"l says, 'iont you go and sav
aothing, Invauso it might 1h u gtod
leal wus.' 1 remcmlier one timo
i as out suilin with six other people
ind four ot 'em was ladies; yes, suh;
kliat was on the James river, and u
iuall struck the loat and she was
just tippin all 'round, and the ladies,
they was just scared to death am
Ihey all veiled that we got to go I wick.
"lmt, I says: 'lVm't say nothing;
it might K a gtunl deal wus. If wo
try to go back the wind 11 hit us
Harder and we might tip over.' But
it want any use; the ladies kept
liollerin that we got to go back, and
the captain put her 'round and she
fot caught right Mweou two waves
nd she went to the tiottom tuid live
jf 'em was drowned. Yes, suh; tdl
the ladies was drowned and the cap
tain was drowned. I just struck out
for the shore, 1 tell you. I wa'u't
goin to get drowntd for nolxuly.
'Could I save any of the others?
Jidn't see none of the others; I didn't
!viuit to see none of 'ein. I just got
to the shore; that's all I wanted.
rhen I found a man with a loat and
iv o started nut, and in a minute wo
jeo the other mau cumin down the
river and we pulled him in, and tho
ones that was drowned, some of em
wasn't found for two davs, and then
thev was 'wav down the river.
'That's what I sav, as long as I'm
alive it might 1h wus. I never hurt
nohtxlv, and I don't want nolxxlv to
touch me. Anylsxly can steal my
money or my clothes or anything; I
just say, 'Give me my lite, ihey
can have anything I got, only
don't hurt me. I know I got to dio
some time, that's certain, hut I don't
want nolxidy to murder me. No
! change, snh.' Thank you, suh.
Shine!" New York Tribune.
Dialt-rts of China.
It is true that the inhabitants of
Peking. Canton. Shanghai, Futwa
and Ainoy sjc-ak Cliincw. But an
to other parts of the country, it L
also tint) that a citizen of the places
named cannot understand the inhab
itants anv more easily than can a
Berliner an Englishman, or a Pari
sian a Dutoiiman. inns the isi
tiou of the Chinaman in his own
country, w here various so called dia
lects are spikon, is rather peculiar.
The Chinese dialects have nothing
In common with the patois, or con
vwsatioual forms of language. They
are used by the highest and lowest
classes the savants and uneducated,
the officials and the coolies. The
dialect is a language by itself. Tho
various dialect forms, it is true, are
related to one another in somewhat
the same manner as the Arabic to
the Hebrew, Syrian and other Se
mitic tongues, or (ieinian to English,
Dutch, Danish, Swedish, etc.
If it is desirable to classify the nu
merous dialects they may le tnvided
into the Canton, Hakka, Ainoy, Swa
tow, Shanghai, Ningho, the Hainan-
ese and the Mandarin. The young
est of theso dialects is the Mandarin.
Mandarin, contrary to the general
impression, is not the universal lan
guage of China. The Canton tongue
resembles the ancient Chinese spoken
3,000 years ago more closely than the
Mandarin. The Hakka shows also
traces of great antiquity. It is much
older than the Mandarin, almost
equaling in point of ago the Canton
tongue, or Cantonese. The same
thing may be said of the Swatow,
Amoy and Shanghai dialects. In
general we may say that the lan
guages spoken in southeastern China
thow traces of the ancient Chinese
tongue, while the Mandarin tongue
s modern. Ostasfntlscher Lloyd.
The Kthic of the Searfpln.
With the regulation Teck, palpa
bly madeup scarf, that is not an imi
tation of any known that may be
made by the wearer, the scarfpin is
stringently tabooed. It enjoys in
such a pseudo-utilization almost as
much significance as it would if
Ituck in the middle of a pincushion,
ind indeed about the same effect on
The four-in-hand or cravat when
tied in this way requires that the
pin be not inserted in one comer, as
was permissible when the smaller
scarfs and Lilliputian pins were worn.
Nor in the middle of the crosspiece,
with a trite and stilted suggestive
ness. But in order to come as near
as possible to the center of the space
seen through the waistcoat opening,
and because it appears to give a
javor of utility in seeming to hold
the knot intact, there is the best ex
cuse for having it penetrate the mid
ile of the tie, just upon the lower
edge of the crossfold.
Never with a Windsor tie or a era
rat have the slightest indication 0
jewelry. Clothjer andyirwLa
TO THOSE WHO FAIL.
OomaK, bravi lionrt; nor In lh,v I'lirpo-w fnltrj
Oo on mi. I win tho Hi; lit nl any cost.
TIioukIi 1-Ii ami woary mtir heavy conllirt,
lii'Jotov to know tin1 oattto In nut liml.
Tti ItoM in ohmi Mill lo IIiimo hiavo iii'lt
Who nobly ulni.jlo till tln xtrtfo is iloin
TliroiiKli ii" ami Nlurm wltli (miiiho all tin
ihuinlisl. Win kind Hiiit nailing till (Im liatllx'it won.
Th fulrwt (hVirlN aro fnumt In iliv.st water,
Th hrlirhtiwt Jewel In I ho iliii kiwl mine:
Ami IhiMtiKh i,.y hhtrkosi hour of mltlnl;hl
The alar of lln iloth eer lirifc'hlh hIiIiio.
Trenton! prowion! the vith li steep and nimred,
And Ntorm I'lmnh almost hide IUv'.i IK'lit trom
H11I you eau xui here other fi-el have Iroddem
A fen niiireMi'iwimty tiring you wifely through
The baltlo o'er, a vl. tor erowiied wllli Iioiiihui
liy 1 vii lent toll eai'ti dillliMiliy t.
You then may Nee l!ieo day ot lilller fulliiiD
llut apurivd yon on to Kreator deeds nt last
Nellie Marlon til CIuiiiIht s Joiii iuU.
Helping M WltlK'Ha.
One of tho moat- important clutr.irterl.
tieauf Mr. Tliomux lluulieM (Tum liruN ti)
is liis kindness to itnytinily in ililliculty. A
nhort (into nun a Mo. k port I rndeMiiiui
wrote to liitn ivoiie.si inn n.h ire on it m il
tor of lnisinesM. Tin' judno xetit. n Uiully
ninl exhaust ivo reply, rn oritur aevernl
shewn of foolsc'ip. lit Ins county court ilu
ties ho often nniiiifoM.s sympathy wit It tho
working cluaftt". lit I in Aslitou miilor-
I.yttp county court tt few veara buck to
taki one example out of many-a laborer
brought nn action under tho employers'
liability act for the loss of n limb.
When tho plaint ill entered t ho witlionn
box t bo oppo.siun ban ister aubjecteil liittt
to a nietvilesa bailu'erinu. Over nnil ovor
BK.'iiti the poor fellow bad toclnin how
tlu accident in dismti luippciieil; every
tltur) tbe iMirnster "cnul.l not lliiderst.uul,
thoiiLili toeverybody cl-e lucourt t lie tiling
waa clear enoiili. At length lliojuuo,
tns'iiii; bow tiinttei'H stood, said to tbe
"You hail lietter aiblnss your answer lo
"llut, your honor," s.iil tho man, "I
rnn't make him uiideistatnl."
"Thnl'.H an impossibility," sniil Juiluo
Hughes, l;ii 1 l: 1 1 i 1 1 u.1 , "you may make m
ttiulerstnnil, but you won't make him."
The Imrristor sal down -
A Oeld Weapon.
The bnis-s kuucklo rim; ia tho neTiat
(leliK'lit of the delightful youtiK man who
feels that ho must u" armed, you know,
but cannot condescend to atntliintf uuito
bo low 11s a pistol or a knife. It. is a nohl
iKind, fully an inch deep and appropri
ately thick, meant to le worn instead of a
knuckle on the little llni.-i r of the sink
tnu nanil mm deep set wit li several more
or less precious stones to fcive it nn Inno
cent and ornamental appearance. This
weaxm i.s quite i llective when well laid
on, and its beveled elites and corrugated
iiirfaee are calculated to leave ncara. Now
A Mammoth i'otiiprtitlo".
In lrl's lor 111 ImsI seven slorlfs was w tint
TlIK Vn 1 11 h 1 i rvio iillen .t ; , 11 11 M,r Hie
h,st serials, mul l,,',ni lor Hie Im-I Itilk lure tnes
No less Oinn -,:n.l sitirlei ri-inin'tett l.ir t lie-.,- pi lies
lie siiree-.ftil slntios iiio lnsi miinnuu-eil l.t aiiNi,r
in I'll K I'tmcix ion thlnn; Is'i.i.
l'.y sen, tine l 7 , al enee yo I ivl'l nlitnln III' h
(Mr u r K In J an 1:10 y ttml or h tntl v i-ur. to .1 mono i ,
tr'l A ilresi 1 h k oi 1 ii s i ovi e t mon . in-sto i.
ItOW'S Til IS !
ft'erliu) reward It hiiv ease of i nliir.l,
i it it he cured liv llnl.'s lutnrrli Cure
r . .'. I'll l-'NKV .tl'O. I'fopn.. loledo. (i
We lh uiiderslKiied. Iia e ki:own K J, i luv
ney f ir the last tl.leen y. -urn. mid tx-llevo lilin
K'reetIy hon inilile I'l nil tuisliiefs trunMietioiiK
and tlnniie nlh able to enrrv out hiiv oliltiatlniis
made hv their llrm, WKsl' ,v'il;i A,
Mio'e,nle lr Kirl-ts. iole e, o.
VVAI.I'INi,. KINN.W ,V Mai:Vl,
hl'ah iiruKlsi". Toii-do, o.
I ( tarrli I'ure in taken Intern dlv. H.-tinv
llri tly upon the hi mh hii-I mil -nus ur m ol
thesvht 'Pi. I'rl' e, ;.'i ee its p rhott.e. Soot by
I driiK'k'Ists. 'IVstlinoiilHls free.
I'on t Hive up and av there is no
for catarrh, hav lever and cold in
since thousands testify that Idv s C remit
Itaim na.s entirely cured tlieiu.
i 1 ... S . . "
1 have been bothered with catarrh lot
about twenty yearn ; I had lost Mcnse of
smell entirely, and I had almost lost mv
hearing. My eyes were Kfttintf so dim "
had to get some one to thread mv needl
Now 1 have mv hea-inic as well as I ever
had, and 1 can see to thread as line a nee
dle as ever 1 did, my sense of mm-ll ycem
to he improving all the time. I think there
is nothing like l-,Iy h I ream Calm tor ca
tarrh. Mrs. K. K. iirimcj, Kendrill, Terry
Apply Halm into each nostril. It is
uickly absorbed. Gives relief at once.
rice, M cents at druggists or by mad.
5(i Warren Street, New York.
JUST A LITTLE
pain neglected, may become
Just a little
may make a cripple.
Just a little
may make serious inflammation
Just a little
may make an ugly scar. "
Just a little
will get a bottle of
ST. JACOBS OIL,
A PROMPT and PERMANENT CURE.
Years of Comfort against Years
of Pain for
JUST A LITTLE.
A ropy of tho "Official l'ortfollo ol the
Worlds Columbian Kx position,'' deserlptivo
of Buildings and grounds, beautifully Jlius.
trated, in water color ellucts. will bo sent to
uny address upon receipt of lie. iu postage
stamps by Tub Cuakliss A. VooHLea Co-
This Trade Mark Is on tho best
In the World!
TOWER. DOSTON. MASS.
ffllllllFlMorPhlnn llalt Cured In 10
1 1 f I II i j to 0 days. No pay till cured.
Vl I WKl DR. J. 8TEPHEN8, Lebanon, Ohiol
N. P. N. U. No, 473 -8, P. N. U. No. 550
A IIVIt.tl.lt OK TlIK IN PA NT VIT.AIt.
Clip Ilio lnsi thirty veins or more mm the
century, Mini the neiiiueiil w III rvprtNout thetenn
ot the unbounded popliliolty of llonlellei'ii
Stoiiuieh IIIUeiH, I lie opetdtu.'ef tlui year lsii,l
will he slHiuilWed hy the iipiieniiiiiee el a fresh
Vlmniuu' et tin- lllileis, In wlileh the Um . di li
Hliou aid KCllnuid this hoi Id liiiiioun niidli Ine
will lie lucidly tot lot h. Kver, h,nl utiould ivml
II. Tlicciiin iliir mid iislioiioiiileiil eiileulatloim
In lie found III this luoeliiiie me iilwuvs iisloii
IsIiIukK necutiile, mid tho MHllstlcn,' lllusliii
tloiis, humni if d oilier reiioInK mnller rleh n
Interest nnd lull ot I'lolll. I lie llonletler Com
piiiiy id I'lllsliiiin, Iv , pulillsh it Iheinm Iveii.
They employ niein lliiin sixty IiiiiiiIn In the inn
eliiiiilenl woik, unit iiioie limn eleven mnutlia In
Hie year urn eoiiMinnd iu its prcpiiinilou It
cull he ohliiini'd w illioul cost id nil ill nio-lulu
nud iouiiiiv ileiili'i-s, ninl Is printed III I'.niillsli,
lieioiiin, Kieii. h, Welsh, Nm weHliin, Swedish,
Unbuild, llohemlnii nnd Spsnlsh.
N ui y every mini u li i Is a tool Iiim m (lid
siKpli ion oi 11, I in in ti j ln to piove that he la
hot a tool ho moIn In iltvpor.
WOll I II IvMIAINII.
That Al i.ciu k'h I'ohoi'n I'l VHthiis mo he
liir'.hes result of medical science and skill,
and iu ingredients and method have never
Thai they me the original and genuine
iniiiiis pLis'ers, upon whose reputation
That Aihoik'n I'oiiotH I'ianihim never
fail lo perl, 'i iu their lemedial work quickly
That ih's lact Isaltested hv thousands of
voliinlary nnd uiiiiiipeachablii lestiiuouials
from ejatclul palleiils,
I'lint lor 1 1- en mat ism, weak hack , sciatica,
Iiiiik (rouble, kidney disease, ilvspepsin,
miliaria, and nil local pains, thev are in
valuable. Thai when you huv At.i.ioi k's I'oiioi m
I't vsiiiiis yoira'.soluiely obtain the best
Neiv l ime Measiueinoht Count A
do yi ii Intend to reiiniln In Moiiiieo '
A period ol hIi nil . 0.iM iniiiks,
How to 'ii
A SIIIKIIHIIN liKMIdll',
IV. I'.irker's Surn (.'oiijjh ('lire. One
diisii h ill stop a eotixli. It never fails,
fry it. Price, Hd cents a bottle. For
ma! by nil ilrtiejiists. IWillu I'oust
Aeut, (ien. Pa.illieniler I'd., rttn
.1 .. mil ...
kihip, .i i iM'iirny mreot, Mitt i-ranc.sco.
I hat's sw 1 1'
bav, c n Mm show me vv'i re I live
lint I don't know li. K- under
I My wit will liitrodoosh you.
Hi'i'Ti Kic and rii.nN ti men.
VVu posttlvelv euro riiituro, plioa and all n
,m umesj,e)i w iianui pniu or ileteiillon Irom titisl-
iiih, iso cure, no pay. Also an iTi.uir ilia
sises. Address tor piunphU t hrs. I'orUirlluUt .
uisey, s.ts .Mamvi mivs'l, ra r ratielseo.
t he niiik st imp
(at'o , I linlniryi-i i
-sit .ii In tho nun kets Is I in I
Siilb reis from e.uicjis, sore throal.elc
ill.lllld try "dim u'j nniii n,i Tnu-hrn."
The p-opei tiling for Jury Is t,i
not li ved.
'o tnamellne Stove Polish; no dint, no smoll
Tit GckttA for b real f at -t.
fKuh the metlu.,1 ami rcstilta whet
rup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
mi refreshing to tho taste, and act
wntlj yet promptly on tho Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho tyn
tern effectually, dispels colds, head
iches and fevers nnd cures habitual
.-onstipation permanently. For sale
in 50c and $1 bottles by all druggist.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
ban mtNwsm CAt.
tw tonK, n r.
Will cut Dry or Greer.
Uoties, Mi nt, Oristle and all
(ireen Cut HON KM wll.
oVmldotlio imiiiiIht of vkw
wiM make, them inure Fur
rili will eiirry tho lienr
safely tliroiiKli tho mnltluif
IKTlmt nnd put them Ir.
condition to l,i y wlwii CKKt
fommmid the highest price
and will dovcioiio yo'm
cliieks fiistur tliau nj
I'eed fireen Mouoii m(
1110 reooozoiifi tn k n
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riurnnnciin hl"' ""'
wyoptpsiu ml, lo, or limit, and i veil
toant distressed her. Hud lo (live up hoime
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Mad for Power or Pumplnu Purponaa.
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