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fit. Jaoobs Oil curea Rheumatism, j
6t. Jaooba Oil cures Neuralgia. ,.
8t. Jacobs Oil ourea Lumbago.
St., Jacobs Oil cures, Soiatica. ?
. St. Jacobs Oil cures Sprains. .
St. Jacobs Oil cures Bruises. a
St. Jacobs Oil cures Soreness. , ,
, St. Jacobs Oil oures Stiffness. '
St. Jaoobs Oil cures Backache.
St. Jacobs Oil cures Muscular, aches.
Vaihwarain'l HelD. 4
A Minnesota 'woman has Invented
a boiler, hnvinc a wire basket carried
: by a flanged ring, which rests on the
top of the boiler, the basket inserted
before the olothes are put in and lifted
out when the clothes have boilqd suffi
ciently, bringing all the garments
with it. '' i U ' ' i ;;r' "'
Is caused by acid in the blood. Hood's
Barsaparilla neutralizes this acid and cures
the aches and pains of rheumatism. Do
not suffer any longer when a remedy is at
hand of which thousands of people say it
has caused all symptoms of rheumatism
to disappear. Kemembei
HJ w 1 J Sarsa-
nUUU d parilla
Is America's Greatest Medicine.- Price, $1.
Hood's Pills cure sick headache. 29 cents.
v Indicator on Guns.
An indicator has .been designed for
repeating arms which will show at a
glance whether the shells are all dis
charged, and how many loads there are
in the gun, a numbered oylinder being
carried by the stock to revolve one
number as the mechanism is operated
to bring a shell into the firing chain
. .,...-. . . . tea .-, .
sold only in
'Taking all the year round, the coldest
hour of the 24 is 5 o clock in the morn-
''"'TRY AILICN'S FOOT-BABE,
, A powder to be shaken into the shoes.
At this season your feet feel swollen, ner
vous and uncomfortable. If vou have
smarting feet or tight shoes, try Allen's
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walking easy. Cures swollen and sweating
feet, blisters and callous spots. Helievcs
oorns and bunions of all pain and is a cer
tain cure for Chilblains, Sweating, damp
or frosted feet. We have over thirtv thou
sand testimonials. Try it today. Sold by
hi druggists ana snoo stores lor zoc. I rial
package PEEK. Address, Allen S. Olm
sted, Lo iRoy, lJY. " -
The least distance of' Mars frofn the
earth is about 86,000,000 miles, and
" that of Venus 24,000,000. ,
No household is complete without a bot
, tie of the famous Jesse Moore Whiskey. It
is a pure and wholesome stimulant rec
ommended by all physicians.. Don't ne
glect this necessity.
Jewels to the amount of $180,000,000
. have been inp ported in this country in
the last 25 years.
; COULD NOT SLEEP.
v Mrs. Plnkham Believed Her of All
Mrs. Madqb Babcock, 176 Second
St., Grand Rapids, Mich., had ovarian
trouble with its attendant ache
and pains, now she is welL , Here
are her own words:
ble Compound has
made me feel like
a new person.
Before I be
gan taking- It
I was all run
down, felt tired
and sleepy most
of . the time,
bad pains . in
my back and
side, aad such
' all the time.
Bights. I al
so had ovarian
the advice of a
friend I began
the use of Lydia E.
Pinkham's .- Vege
and since taking
It all troubles have gone. ' My monthly
sickness used to be so gainful, but have
not had the slightest pain since taking
your medicine. I cannot praise your
Vegetable Compound too much. My
husband and friends see such a change
in me. I look so much better and have
some color in my face. " - -
Mrs. Pinkham invites women who are)
111 to write to her at Lynn, Mass., for
. advice, which is freely offered. s ' f
for Mills, Mines, Shops and Farms; Steel Log,
glng and Hoisting Engines ; Hoe Chisel .
. Tooth Saws, Albany Grease, etc.
17 to 86 First Street Portland, Or.
34-M Fremont Street, San Franciseo.
; WHtftt All flSE FAIL
, contra oyrup. ti
Hold bT drurcists.
It' Use 13
Lrj in lima.
NAVIGATING A COW.
A Cape Cod Captain's War of Keeping
Her on the De.ired Course. .
A' writer in the Outlook tells the fo-1-
lowing: When I was down on Cape
Cod last summer I heard an amusing
Btory about an old sea captain and his
cow. Capt. Patterson, after sailing the
sea for more than forty years, finally
retired to a little farm near Barnstable,
where he settled down, with a horse,
cow and two or three dozen hens. Ills
cow, though a lank and rather stubborn
creature, was said to come from very
good stock, and when the Barnstable
people took It into their heads to have
a fair Capt Patterson determined to
exhibit his cow.
: But when the day came for driving
her ; to the grounds the' cow showed
that she had a mind of her own, and
would not budge a step beyond the gate.
In vain the old captain tugged at the
rope, pummeled her sides and pushed
her flanks. . :
Capt. Patterson's patience was very
nearly gone, when suddenly an Idea
occurred to him. Though he was not
strong enough himself to force tfie cow
to go to the fair,, his training suggested
something that was. Tying the cow
to the gate-post, he went up into the
loft of his barn and threw down an old
sail stepped to a dory mast. Then he
put a horse's blanket belt through an
Iron ring, strapped the belt around the
cow. Inserted the end of . the mast in
the ring, and bound the mast to' the
Bide of the cow with some fifty feet of
.The wind blew "quartering," and
when the captain untied the cow and
raised the sail the canvas was swelled
put over the cow's back and away she
went "sidling" down the road, mooing
and lunging, and trying to stop herself
In vain. Capt Patterson seized her tall,
and, using It as a rudder, guided her
skillfully in the right direction. With
every fresh pun" of wind the obstinate
Cow would be hurried along faster,
while the dust blew up in clouds, and
the sail flapped and tugged, as Capt
Patterson held to the main-sheet with
one hand and the cow's tall with the
other. . ''
It was a hard voyage for both of
them, but not a long one; and when
they came In sight of the fair ground
everybody ran out to see the remarka
ble sight of a cow being sailed through
the streets like a ship. Cheers and
laughter filled the air, and when the
captain finally whirled his cow around
at the gate of the fair ground and
brought her neatly "up Into ' the wind,"
the shout that arose might have been
heard two miles away.
Unfortunately; Capt Patterson's ,cow
did not take one of the prizes for blood
ed stock, but the captain himself was
given a special prize by the fair com
missioners for "the best device for get
ting balky cattle to market."
TRUMPET CALLS. "'
Ram's Horn Sounds a Warning Note
to the Unredeemed.
" rATAN has never
Jk outwitted God.'
. , Opinions cannot
dirt never quarreL
house before you
A bad man's
hate is a good
The root of all
evil Is the cause of
No man ever stumbles over an object
In his rear.
Facts never blink under the sunlight
It takes a windy man to blow his
' Hope Is a staff in the morning, and a
couch at night
You can throw a ten-pound stone far
than than a feather. 1 "
, The last blow brings the crash, but
all that went before were needed to fell
the tree. " ''.-..'
Some men say they must see Jesus
before they will let Ilim cure them of
The price of the admission to "good
society" Is frequently the loss 'of the
society of Jesus. . . ..,
It Is an awful thing fo pray, "Thy
kingdom come," unless you are ready
to meet the King.
The man who boasts of his virtues
has to boost them up In order that
they may be seen. '
The cobbler sets us all a good exam
ple; as long as he lasts, he uses his awl
to save the soles of his fellow-men.
Millions are made annually out of
dupes who invest their money in
schemes for acquiring sudden riches.
The millionaires have , so long a lead
that the only way to catch up with
them Is to make fortunes In a day.
Sllgo Bay cost Phlladelphlans tons of
money. Barrels have been wasted In
the search for the "Lost Rocker," or
the Lake of the Golden Bar. - The
South Sea Bubble nearly wrecked Eng
land. The "Mississippi Scheme," or
"The System," depleted nearly all the
stockings in France. Kidd's treasure
still talks money out of the pockets of
thifce hurry-up fellows. Montezuma's
hoard has cost several fortunes. Hun
dreds of thousands of pounds sterling
have been Invested in the scheme to
dig from the bottom of the Red Sea the
vast treasures lost by the hosts of
Pharaoh. "There are other schemes too
numerous to bother with. ...
Under the head of current literature
a household magazine prints Instruc
tions for making a cheap medical bat
tery. ' - i i .
No men hnv more shnrtfomlnffs r.han
those who are always behind time. -
There Is more loss and waste for
Want of -safe corn cribs on" the farms
than by any other neglect to ensure,
safety from small vermin. Rats, mice
and those insects which ravage this
grain, will frequently do more damage
than rwould ' pay the , interest on- the
cost of the best and most substantial
cribs to store It In. In the warmeT part,
of the United States there are two spe-.
cies of insects, either of which will
destroy a full half of the corn every
year by laying their eggs on the grain,
and the grubs will eat the grain into
holes, several of these holes frequently
being found In each grain. . .
In the first illustration is given a plan
of the frame of a small crib to hold
from two hundred bushels to as many
SMALL, CORN CRIB.
more as may be needed. The crib must
not be too wide, and full opportunity
must be given for the wind to pass
through to dry the ears and prevent
beating of the new grain. This crib
is set on posts as shown, and is cover
ed on both sides with lath laid length
ways. The upper part may be used
as a loft for storing a surplus when
needed. The top of each side should be
closed In, as the sides are. It Is a
profitable measure of safety to cover
such a crib as ' this ' Inside with ' fine
wire gauze, with- such a small mesh as
will keep out the grain moths. Where
the danger from these does not exist,
the quarter-Inch wire net will keep out
the mice and rats. .
The second picture shows a double
crib with a driveway between the two
Bides. The cribs should not be more
DOUBLE CORN CBIB.
than five feet wide, so that the air may
pass through to dry the corn thor
oughly. The floors of each crib should
be made of narrow boards with half
Inch spaces between them, and these
spaces protected with wire net
Keeping Teams Bust.
One of the hardest tasks of the small
farmer Is to keep the teams that he Is
obliged to own busy all times of the
year. There are many times, in winter
especially, when the weather is unfit
for out-of-door work, and then both
men and teams are necessarily ..idle.
But if all the good weather is used, the
team can be made profitable even dur
ing the winter. On a sleigh with smooth
track larger loads can be drawn than
can be on wagons, and wih less labor
to both team and loader.' Loads of
manure can be drawn from cities If a
contract has - been made for It ill ad
vanced : Tne market gardeners secure
most of this manure, for they contract
to take it every montn tnrougn the
year, which most farmers who are
busiest In the summer cannot afford' to
do. '- : - ' ,. ', -
Let every farmer when he butchers
his beef be sure and save the gall, as .
makes one of' the most valuable lini
ments for man or beast Put gall in a
In securing the COtCMBlA. AGENCY
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Competitor getting it. We are the only bicycle
house having a delivery point in the North
west. Prompt delivery of all orders assured.
DealerB who handle the COLUMBIA and
HAUTFOBI) line will have a double advant
age over others wno ao not. we nave im
proved the quality of our products, while our
Increased output enaDies as to reauce our
prices, as follows: , ... , ,
Columbia Chainless..-. ;.$75 00
Columbia Models 57-53 60 00
Columbia Models 45-49, '08 pattern, '99 im
provements - 40 00
POPE MANUFACTURING CO.,'
Controlling Oregon Washington, "intani and Idaho.
bottle large enough to hold alcohol
enough to cut the gall, set In any warm
place, let stand three days, shake it a
few times, and It Is ready for use. Good
for burns, cuts or bruises of any kind.
If In hot weather, apply liniment at
once to the fresh wound. It needs no
bandage, as a jQy .wlll not come near,
... vr v , ' '-
Clover Ib Best as Hay. ? .
It requires more labor to cut clover
for the silo than It does to cut corn, as
the gum In the clover stalks dulls the
knives and prevents rapid Work.. The
further fact, that ciover, Is harder to
keep In: best condition .as silage, and
that some dry feed Is always tieefled
when clover is fed. ought tto be suffi
cient to decide that the clover growth
on a farm should always be fed as hay.
The ensilaged corn Is apt to make stock
too laxative when fed with It The
clover Is dry and nutritious; and Is Just
the kind of feed to give with, ensilage.
The Home Industrial Association,
with a capital stock of $10,000, has
been organized by a company of Rich
mond and Wayne County (Ind.) men.
The stock Is divided into shares of $100
each, and no member can hold more
"than one share. 'The company was or
ganized to test "the experiment of co
operative agriculture and horticulture
work, and land has been , secured, and
the work on a dairy and creamery Is In
progress. Bee culture, truck garden
ing and the culture of small fruits and
berries Is to be started In the spring.
The promoters of the scheme expect
to Inaugurate a general system of co
operation, and to start' branches in
other States, with headquarters in
The anxiety of cheese-makers to have
their Cheese come early into market in
duces them to make a soft porous
cheese into which air easily enters, and
which consequently ripens early. But
cheese thus made cannot be kept for a
long. time without having its quality
much deteriorated. If a larger propor
tion of cheese was pressed thoroughly
so as to have a firmer texture, It would
keep until times when there Is little
good cheese in market, and higher
prices could be obtained for it But the
firm cheese has so much less moisture
than the porous cheese that the price
does not pay the maker. lt . -. ,r -:
Lump on Jaw. ,
This is a disease peculiar to cattle.
It is not contagious and does not af
fect the milk as long as the cow keeps
In good condition. This disease, if not
checked sooner ,or later, affects the
teeth, interfering with 1 mastication,
and the animal loses flesh, and In time
will die. Treatment: ' Mix 2 drams
blniodlde of mercury with 2 ounces
lard and rub on a little once a week;
also, give the cow. 1 dram Iodide of
potassium In a bran mash, morning
and night and continue It for three
weeks. Orange Judd Farmer. '
Carbonic Acid Gas in' Soils.
The air In all soils contains a much
larger proportion of carbonic acid gas
than does' that in the atmosphere
above. It Is largest, of course, in soils
that are full of vegetable matter
whose decomposition liberates It This
gas has an Important effect In keeping
mineral fertility soluble. So far as soil
is concerned. It Is: the best solvent
known. This Is the reason why phos
phate does so much more good on soils
full of vegetable matter than on a
sandy or gravelly soil that Is nearly
bare of vegetable matter.
Keeping Apples. ,
All bruised apples will rot," and tt
will pay to examine the barrels, so as
to discardiall that -are affected, as a
single rotten apple Jn a barrel will
gradually affect the whole. - In hand
ling the apples when picking them over
care must be exercised not to Injure
them while so doing. Any apple wtth
a broken skin is liable to rot They
should be kept in a temperature just
above the freezing point
Castor Beans as a Crop,
The castor bean is quite commonly
planted In many yards for Its fine foli
age, which produces among our native
flowers a fine tropical effect. Even here
if planted early many ..of its seeds will
ripen. - But in .some of the States, as
Missouri and Arkansas, the castor
bean is planted for Its seeds, which are
ground and the oil expressed. The plant
requires very rich land to make a suc
cess of the crop. :
. Felling Off in Milk.
Many dairymen are disappointed at
the beginning of winter because the
cows fall off in milk. : This Is due usual
ly to the sudden change from green to
dry food. Any . change .made should
be gradual, by feeding dry food before
winter sets In, increasing the dry food
dally until the cows are given the larger
proportion- of It When, ensilage can
be 'used the shrinkage is less than
without its use. !'-""' '
Tea, elr." said the man In Cell 711.
"time was when I was admitted to the
very best houses." "And What brought
you nere?" "They caught me coming
out." Tit-Bits. .1 : '.: :.-:!-..-
Bacon What do you think of the war
so far? Egbert Well, I think If the f
American eagle isn't hoarse it must
have an unusually strong throat
Columbia Model 49, 4o
Hartfords . 35 00
Vedettes, Strictly Up-to-Date ... 25 0C
We Job bicycle sundries. , ,
Write for terms and discounts. ' .
. 132-84 SlXtfJ St., Portland A"
. The top Has Ma Dbt. ,
Pio Kono bequeathed to the church
6,000,0000 francs in gold.- 'Leo XIII
has already doubled that sum, which is
deposited among various European
banks. . The holy see has no debts,
those whioh existed having been paid
by the present pope. Albany Argus.
The Enormnm Gold Product of 1898.
From South Africa, the Klondike and
Australia gold is being shipped in large
quantities.' This year's output will nearly
double that of any previous twelve months.
The sales of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters
are also increasing very fast. This famous
remedy will cure dyspepsia, indigestion,
constipation, nervousness and weakness.
'The Japanese are, as a race, so Bmall
that it is necessary to build specially
low bicycles for them. - , . ; , ,
There is in the constellation Andro
meda a stai visible to the naked eye
which the smallest telescopes show to
be double. Seen through a powerful
instrument, it is found to be triple.
Follow It Up.
Sit down and cool off suddenly, and
then regret it, for stiffness and soreness
is bound to follow. Follow it up with
St. Jacobs Oil and you will have nothing
to regret from a prompt cure.
A Texas woman has patented a new
toy for children, consisting of a jack-in-the-box
to be released from the box
by striking the spring catch with a ball
attached to an elastic cord. - 1
HOITT'JS SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
Now at Burlingame, will remove to its
beautiful new home at Menlo Park. San
Mateo Oountv, Cal., and re-open January
16th, 1899.. Address Ira G. Hoitt, Ph. D.,
Meulo Park, Cal. '
There are 110 mountains in Colorado
whose peaks are over 1!?,000 feet above
the ocean level.
When coming to 8an Francisco go to
Brooklyn , Hotel, 208-212 Bush street.
American or European plan. Room and
board $1.00 to $1.50 per day ; rooms 80 cents
to $1.00 per day; single meals 25 cents.
Free coach. Okas. Montgomery,
- . There are houses still standing in
Nuremberg, Bavaria, that were built
in 1080. . : ' -
To Core a Cold In One Day
Take Laxative Bromo' Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund money if it fails to
cure. 25c. -
Waltham has joined several other
Massachusetts cities in adopting a cur
few ordinance. ' ,
riTO Fermanejitly Cured. o fits or nervouones
fll after first days use of Dr. Kline's oreat
Nerve Hestorer. Seod for VBLKK 88.00 trlul
bottle and treatise, DR. B. XL Kr.TA.-ft- tm 930
4jch street, FliUadelphla, ia.
"Anglosaxonia oontra mundum" is
I late neo-Latin coinage. . ', '
AGENTS WANTED. . .
DIATOMS Vegetable and metallic, ft freak
of nature, noted as the best Polish In the
world for silrer, gold, brass, etc., sent in quan
tity sufficient for years, for 25 cents F. O.
stamps. It is infusorial and cracks in stoves
may be repaired with it. Address.H. H. BALL
IKGKB, 601 Mutual Life Building, Seattle, Wash.
Piso's Cure for Consumption has saved
me large doctor bills. C. L. Buker, 4228
Regent 8q., Philadelphia, Pa.,' Dec.8, '95.
The- California woodnecker will
carry an acorn thirty miles to store it
in its nest. . :
celebrated for more
than a century as a
beverage, has our
on the front of .every
package, and 'our
Chocolatlere," on the
NONE OTHER OENUINE. ,
MADE ONLY BY ;
WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd.,
Dorchester, Mass. .
. A SWORN STATEMENT.
v . ' . - - . ' ' ' "
I, C. R. Rollins, M. T)., of Grass Valley, Or., voluntarily make the following statement:
After having my teeth extracted I have had five sets made at in tervals of about nine months,
three in Portland, one in San Franoiseo and one in Spokane. With neither of these have I been
able to eat a meal's victuals or even an apple or ripe peach. On December 10, 1898, 1 had mr
sixth set made by Dr. Stryker, I. O. O. F. Temple, First and Alder, Portland, Or., and within
twenty minutes after the time they were put into my mouth I was able to eat a common hard
winter apple and a piece of dried venison, and at this time, December 18th, have eaten every
meal Binoe with the greatest comfort and with no trouble at all. They are a perfeot fit and
satisfactory in every respect. . . C. R. E01.LIN8, M. D.
References: French Bros. Bank, The Dalles, Or.; Sherman Co. Bank, Wasco. Or. i Wo,
Holder, Sheriff of Sherman Co.; Drs. A. 8. Nichols and Brother, Portland, Or. ; '
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13th day of December, 1898. ....
In ' SEiLJ , . , , ,, - . JOHN OGIXBEK, Notary Public for Oregon.
WI LLAW ET I RO N WO R KS H
MANUFACTURERS OF . ,', .
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Cm Big for unnatural
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rainless, and not aatria
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Sold by Drarolste,
or sent in plafh wrapper,"
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- -'One complaint seems to get rips la
autumn, and that is neuralgia. To
soothe the pain, strengthen the nervei
and rid the system of it, use St. Jacobs
Oil, the best known cure. ; ,
A bandy devioe for hanging olothes
is formed of a ring to be screwed to the
top of a post to support a number of
arms, whioh are diopped into a bole ia
the end of the poet when not in use.
If you want the best wind mill, pumps,
tanks, plows, wagons, -bells ot all sizes,
boilers, engines, or general machinery, see
or write JOHN POOLE, foot of Morrison
street, Portland, Oregon.
DEAFNESS "CANNOT IBS" CUBED
By local applications, as they cannot reach the
diseased portion of the ear. There is only one
way to cure deafness, and that is by constitu
tional remedies. Deafness is caused by an in
flamed condition ot the mucous lining oi the
Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets in
flamed you have a rumbling sound or imper
fect hearing, and when It Is entirely closed
deafneus is the result, and unless the inflamma
tion can be taken out and this tube restored to
its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed
forever; nine cases out ot ten are caused by
catarrh, which is nothing but an inuamea
condition o( the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for any
case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send lot
circulars, free. '
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, a
1 Hall's Family Fills are the best .
Saturn, Uranus and Neptune can im
prison gases more firmly than'the earth.
The following letter from Senatoi
George Chandler speaks volumes for lr.
Darrini - . ' . ' ' - -
Dr. Darrin Dear Sir: I am pleased to
inform you that my son Charles, whom
you treated in January, 1896. for heart
trouble and peneval debilitv. has fiillv r.
covered and gained 30 pounds, for wnich
piease accept in v maiiKS.
Baker City. , ,.,,..,, , ,-. '
A Bwedtsh Gentleman's X.aek
To the Editor. 1 i have been afflicted
with deafness and ringing noises in my
head. Dr. Darrin treated me with elec
tricity and cured me. Will ; answer ques
tions at 539 Lorinir street. A IhinA.--. ' i. t
-. ' . v, CHARLE CARLSON.
TV mi 1 H M ... T I. IRAAA . -.2
- To the Editor. I have been a physical
wreck for the past four years, being af
flicted with kidney, liver and heart trou
ble and dyspepsia, accompanied with- pain
in my back, stomach and breast., One
month ago I went under Dr. Darrin's
electrical and medical treatment. Now I
am cured and able to work. I most em
phatically commend Dr. Darrin's treat
ment, and will answer, any questions, at
643 Wood street, Portland. Would not
take $5000 aud be placed buck where I was.
- WALTEK MORGAN.
Deafness Cured In 2d ' Minutes,"
To the Editor. For six months past I
have been troubled with deafness. . But,
thanks to Dr. Darrin and his method by
Electricity, for by him and in 20 minutes
I was entirely cured. MV dauorhter was
cured of rheumatism six years ago. 1 ad
vise all who may be troubled in any way
to call on Dr. Darrin. They will ilnd him
efficient in all he professes to be.' Refer to
me, at 51X Third street, Portland.-i
.y i i MRS. A. fciO HOE PS. .
, I)r. arrln's l'lane of. HiilnHt.
. Dr. Darrin gives free examination to all,
and when necensurv gives medicine in con
nection with electricity. 1 The poor treated
free from 10 to 11 daily, except medicines.
j.nose wining to pay, w to o; evening, 7 to,
8; Sundays, 10 to 12. , -, .-
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