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Are Friends for a Minute.
Levy and Cohen came out of the
synagogue on New- Year's Day. It
was the day of atonement, of forgiv
ing, cf making up, says the New Or
Levy approached Cohen and extend
ed a great flat hand. '
"Cohen," said he, "ve hat not shpok
en for dwendy years. Come! Ve
Cohen silently shook.
"Now, Cohen," continued the recon
ciliant. "vo go ofer to Bungleheim's
unt haf a drink."
Arm in arm they crossed the street.
Drinks were ordered and set before
Cohen, convinced at last of the sin
cerity of the other's advances, spoke
for the first time.
"Levy," he said. I am glad of it.
I raise my glass to you. Levy. VIoh
"Mit all my heart," replied Levy,
Nettle Blackmore, Minneapolis,
tells how any young woman may be per
manently cured of monthly pains by taking
Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound!
" Young "Women : I had frequent headaches of a severe nature,
dark spots before my eyes, and at my menstrual periods "I suffered
untold agony. A member of the lodge advised me to try lijdla E.
Pinkbam's Vegetable Compound, but I only scorned good advice and
felt that my case vras hopeless, but she kept at me until I bought a
bottle and started taking it. I soon had the best reason in the "world to
change my opinion of the medicine, as each day my health improved, and
finally I was entirely without pain at my menstruation periods. I am most
grateful." Nettie Blackmore, 28 Central Ave., Minneapolis, Minn.
are quickly and permanently overcome by Lydia E. Pinkbam's
Vegetable Compound. The above letter is only one of hundreds of
thousands which prove this statement to be a fact. Menstruation
is a severe strain on a woman's vitality, if it is painful something
is wrong:. Don't take narcotics to deaden the pain, but remove
the cause perhaps it is caused by irregularity or womb displace
ments, or the development of a- tumor. "Whatever it is, liydla
E. Pinkbam's Vegetable Compound is guaranteed to. cure it.
If there is anything about your case about which you would like special
dvice, write freely to Mrs. Pinkham. She will treat your letter as strictly
confidential. She can surely help you, for no person in America can speak
from a wider experience in treating- female ills. She has helped hundreds of
thousands of women back to health. Her address is Lynn, Mass., and her
advice is free. You are very foolish if you do not accept her kind invitation.
t y 1 culty which had troubled me lor years,
CTJft and for vvuich I had spent hundreds
I if r. s-V--a. of dollars in the vain endeavor to rec
t :'Jk tify. My life forces were being-sapped,
mmt xnd I was daily losing my vitality.
" Lydia E. Pinkbam's Vegetable
- v - - Compound cured me completely, ana
I am now enjoying the best of health, and am most grateful, and only
too pleased to endorse such a great remedy." Miss Jennie L. Edwauds,
604 II St., N. YV, Washington, D. C.
Mrs. Pinkham, whose address is Lynn, Mass., will answer cheer
fully and without cost all letters addressed to her by sick women
RIFLE PISTOL CARTRIDGES.
" It's the shots that hit that count. " Winchester
Rifle and Pistol Cartridges in all calibers hit, that is,
they shoot accurately and strike a good, hard, pene
trating blow. This is the kind of cartridges you will get,
if you insist on having the time-tried Winchester make.
heals Old Soree quickly.
vjrvswv vw3f v.y v - I
and raised' his glass In turn, "Cohen,
my dear friendt," said he, I visa you
shoost vat you vlsh me!"
The growing smile faded from Co
hen's face and he set his glass down
with a bang. .
"Py Abraham I " he exclaimed.
"Now you're shtarting it all over
Great men are too busy to tell the
multitude how to become great, and
nobody has time to listen to the little
man, no matter how persistently he
squeals the directions.
If destiny still refuses to give you
what you are after, just camp out on
her front door Etep. She will surely
throw you something before many
days In order to rid herself of you.
There are lots of ways to make
love, but not nearly enough to satisfy
the average girl.
Details of Another Case.
"Dear Mks. Fixkiiam : Ignorance and
carelessness is the cause of most of the suffer
ings of women. I believo that if we properly
understood tho laws of health.we would all be
well, but if the eiek women only knew the
truth about iLydia- E. Pinkbam's Vegetable
Compound, they would be saved much suffer
ing and would soon be cured.
44 1 used it for five months for a local diffi-
WINCHESTER MAKE OP CARTRIDGES.
Not only a feast, but actual nourishment.
If the baby's stomach is not right, each meal
only adds to the burden. Make sure that
your baby enjoys and profits by its food by
keeping its stomach in condition with
Regulates the stomach and bowels, cor
rects sour stomach, cures diarrhoea and
summer complaint. The teething period is
dangerous. Baby tuixir will take
your baby through, it in perfect
safety. Pleasant to take; con
tains no poisons.
opium or lauda-
cures Sprains and Strains
Dead and Three Mortally
Wounded as Result.
IHt UKUUK5 OPtNtD r I K t
am Attempt to Capture Ga
Fine Street Honae, Chief De
mond'i Men Sleet Desperate
and Deadly Resistance.
St. Louis, Oct. 22. In a desperate
battle in a front room of the house at
1324 Pine street at four o'clock Friday
afternoon, two detectives and a sus
pected train robber were kllled.one oth
er detective and another suspect were
probably mortally wounded, and a
third suspect, who was under arrest as
the officers entered the room, was
beaten almost unconscious by the two
officers when he . attempted to take
part in the battle in aid of his friends.
John Shea, detective.
Thomas Dwyer, detective.
Al Rose, suspect
James McClusky, detective;
C. C. Blair, fugitive, shot four times
through the body.
Harry II. Vaughn, fugitive; badly
beaten about the head by detectives,
The dead detective Is John J. Shea.
Detectives Thomas Dwyer and James
McClusky can hardly recover from
wounds through their bodies. They
are at the city hospital. The dead sus
pect, Al Rose, shot through the neck,
was taken to the city dispensary, where
the body remained stretched out on a
table until it was taken to the morgue
C. C. Blair, another suspect, is at the
city hospital, shot three times through
the body. His recovery is regarded as
impossible. Harry II. Vaughn is the
suspect who was beaten. He was treat
ed at the city dispensary. It was not
thought necessary to send him to th
The police learned Friday afternoon
that Rose, Blair and Vaughn were in
SL Louis. They were suspected ol
complicity in a train robbery near Cen
tralia, 111., a few weeks ago, and offi
cers were sent after them. The poss
consisted of Shea, McClusky and Dwy
er and Special Officer Harvey James, ol
the St. Louis force, and Detective Ed
ward P. Boyle, of Kansas City.
The detectives had reason to suspect
that the men they were after were In
the neighborhood of Fourteenth and
Pine streets, and began to shadow the
neighborhood. They, took up their po
sitions in a grocery store at the cor
ner and watched.
The Battle nesrlna.
A few minutes before four o'clocli
they saw Vaughn come out of the
house at 1324 Pine street and go intc
the house at 1326 Pine. In a little
while be came out of this house and
walked to the corner.
The detectives arrested and searched
him, and then started with him toward
the house from which they had first
seen him come.
Shea, McCIuskey and Dwyer were
leading; Boyle and James were behind
with the prisoner between them
The five officers and their prisonei
entered at the front of the house. A
door leading into the front room on
the first floor was open and the detec
tives saw two men sitting near the
The detectives started.Into the room
Shea, McClusky and Dwyer still in
front, and the others bringing up the
As the officers crossed the threshold
there was a revolver shot, followed bj
others in rapid succession. There was
a fusllade, both the men in the room
and the three St Louis detectives fir
At the first shot Vaughn tried to
break away from hl3 captors and join
forces with the other two men. His
captors began to pound him with the
butts of their revolvers. In the few
seconds that the battle lasted, Vaughn'i
head was pounded unsparingly.
.Ammunition Gives Oat.
When the last shot had been fired,
and the revolvers of both detectives
and suspects were empty, Shea was
dead, and McClusky, Dwyer, Rose and
Blair were helpless from their wounds.
Crowds of citizens and policemen
rushed to the scene, and a hurried call
brought five ambulances from the city
Boyle and ' James, still retaining
their hold on Vaughn, walked him to
the city dispensary, where his wounds
At the city hospital, Blair, though
weakened by his wounds and suffering
excruciating pain, did not lose an air
He was boastful, declared he was
glad he had "got" one, and with pro
fuse profanity regretted that he had
not had another revolver, so that he
could continue shooting.
DISMISSED FROM SERVICE
Gov. Terrell of Georgia Tnkei Sam
mary Action In Case of
Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 22. By the ver
dict of the Statesboro court-martiaL
which was signed Friday by Gov. Jos.
M. Terrell, Capt. Robert M. Hitch, who
was in command of the troops when
the negroes Reed and Cato were
burned at the stake, was dismissed
from the service of the Georgia state
Strtk Affainst Beinsr Docked.
Murphysboro, 111., Oct. 22. A strike
occurred Friday morning at Wolf,
-Sayer & Heller's skewer factory be
cause the men were to be docked for
time lost while the machinery of the
factory was stopped.
Attempt on Ciar'a Life.
Paris, Oct. 22. The Soirl prints a
rumor of an attempt upon the life of
the czar Thursday, in which there
were 11 victims. The story is not con
firmed from any source, and Is discredited.
KOREAN LANGUAGE HARD.
Mongolian Tongue Has Proven
Stumbling Block to Many Mil
f llonaires in tiie Orient.
The resignation of Dr. Corfe, bishop
of Korea,, because of his inability to
learn the language of the country, has
drawn attention to the enormous diffi
culties wnicn iace missionaries in
heathen countries, and Incidentally to
the fact that the study of some eastern
tongues has a specific deleterious effect
on the brain.
According to an official of the Society
of the Propagation of the Gospel in For
eign Parts 115 tongues and dialects are
spoken by their missionaries abroad.
In Burmah alone there are something
like 19 dialects and languages spoken,
and in Bengal the number is nearly as
The Korean, Chinese and Japanese
languages are the greatest stumbling
blocks to preachers, and there have been
several bishops before Dr. Corfe who
have been unable to master certain
In Korea the educated people speak a
! classical Chinese tongue, and look with
contempt on the En Moun, the dialect
and alphabet of the poorer and ignorant
The Chinese tongue has had, in many
cases, a very curious effect on some cen
ter of the brain, with the result that the
learning of it becomes a positive menace
Five years' hard study Is usually re
quired to learn to speak Chinese, for a
bad accent or a slight mistake may en
tirely alter the meaning of any discourse
Our 2G0 missionaries in Africa find no
such difficulties. The alphabet is Roman,
nd therefore simple, and even the many
dialects are soon picked up.
Laymen are required to pass an ex
amination in the language after a resi
dence of two years in any country before
they can be ordained.
VEGETABLES AS MEDICINE.
Instead of Giving" Drugs Physicians
of the Future Possibly May
win me aoctor of the future, in
stead of prescribing some unpleasant
drug, order a course of medicated veg
eiao:es.' Tnis may be the result ol
vhe present attempt to cultivate plants
containing abnormal quantities of cer
tain medical substances. It is well
nown, says a scientific paper, that the
amount of any characteristic element
in a plant varies with It3 richness in
the soil, and it is also knoxvn that the
assimilation of mineral elements of
the body Is much more readily accom
plished when they are partaken In the
form of food. In the past if the body
needed an excess of iron, It has been
supplied by tinctures taken through
glass tubes. The modern idea is to
supply this want by such vegetables as
Experiments with plants grown In
soli enriched by hydrate of iron
Droved that they contained a much
larger percentage of iron than those
grown in tne natural sou. This opeus
a whole vista of interesting possibil
ities. The iron, the potash, the man
ganese, the nitrogen needed by the
system can be supplied more effective
ly and more pleasantly through vege
tables than through medicines.
Already many vegetables are known
to have curative properties. Ce'ery Is
generally held to be good for rheuma
lsn and nervous disorders: lettuce for
?Ti;a-rHniq npnnnts for inrinrpstion :
onions fcrr liver complaints; carrots ;
for scurvy; tomitoes for the liver:
blackberries for diarrhoea, and apples
'or nervous dyspensla and rheumatism
Certified milk, with its stated propor
tions of fat. sugar and solids, would
have sepmed improbable some years
teo. Will the future see certified
NICKNAMES OF PRESIDENTS
Many of Them Are Quite Generally
Known, But Several Are
We are so accustomed to hear
George Washington referred to as tha
"Father of His Country" that it does
not occur to us, perhaps, that he had j
other nicknames all most compli
mentary. The "Atlas of America,'
the "Flower of the Forest," the "Live
ly Georgius" are among a few of tho
dozen or more nicknames . bestowed
upon him by admirers.
Jefferson's nickname was the Sage
of Monticello;" Madison's, "Father of
the Constitution;" John Qunicy Ad
ams, "Old Man Eloquent;" Jackson's,
Old Hickory;" Polk's, "Young Hick
ory, xaiot was once applied to jt'oiK
by a herald, who was announcing the
president's presence In Faneuil hall
market, Boston. "Make way, gentle
men, for the president of the United
States! Fellow citizens, make roonj!"
The chief had stepped into one of the
stalls to look at some game, when the
herald turned around, and findinj
himself alone, suddenly changed his
tone and exclaimed: "Zounds! Where
has that idiot got to?" "Old Rough
and Ready" was Taylor's sobriquet;
Old Public Functionary," v Buchan-
an s; Kan sputter, Lincoln s; "un
conditional Surrender," Grant's, and
"Teacher President" Garfield's.
A Cynical Theory.
"Father," said the small boy, "why do
they call a speech made at a banquet a
"My son," was the answer, "it is prob-
ibly because they are so dry." Wash
First Physician So the operation was
iust in the nick of time?
Second Physician Yes; In anothei
14 hours the patient would have recov-
jred without it. Harper's Bazar.
It is asserted that civilization as it ad
vances weakens man's sense of smell, but,
peroaps, on tne wnoie. peopie wco uve n
congested districts ought to be thankful for
this. Taken by and large nature ceneraliv
knows her business pretty well. Indianap
To cure, or money refunded by your morctiant, so why not try
VEST HAD SOME DOUBTS.
Thought the Legislature Might Re
peal All the Smart Young
Senator Cockrell tell of the case of a
young man who once appeared before the
commission appointed in Missouri to exam
ine applicants for admission to the bar of
that state. It appears, says the Mw 1'ork.
Herald, that this youthful applicant, who
bad failed miserably ia ail teat pertained
to jurisprudence, civil law, case law,
sumptuary law and, due process of law, was
finally asked br Mr. Vest, for a lona: time
senator from Missouri, whether there re
mained any questions which the young man
mamed any questions w
would like to have pat
"I regret to eat ' n
"that you have lailed
remarked Mr. Vest,
d to come ud to the
mark in the branches of law upon which
we nave examined you. Hut, added Mr.
Vest, in a most kindly spirit, "we will ques
tion your further, if you so desire."
"Well, sir," responded the applicant, "I
would suggest, if you please, that 1 be ques
tioned on the statutes."
At this Mr. Vest smiled sadly. "My dear
young man," added he, "1 do not doubt
that you're up on the statutes; but I do
doubt that you will succeed in the law.
Suppose you should have the utmost fa
miliarity with the statutes, what's to pre
vent the legislature from repealing all you
Six Doctors Tailed.
South Bend, Ind., Oct. 24 (Special).
After suffering from Kidney Disease for
three years; after takicg treatment, from
ix different doctors without getting re
lief, Mr. J. O. Laudeman, of this place,
found not only relief but a speedy and
complete cure in Dodd's Kidney Pills.
Speajcing of his cure, Mr. Laudeman says:
"Yes, I suffered from Kidney Trouble
for three rears and tried six doctors to no
good. Then I took just two boxes of Dodd's
Kidney Pills and thty not only cured my
kidneys, but gave me better health id gen
eral. Of course I recommended Dodd's
Kidney Pills to other and I know a number
now who are using them with good results."
Jar. Liudeman s case is not an excep
tion. Thousands give similar experiences.
For there never yet was a case of Kidney
Trouble from Backache to Bright's Disease
that Dodd'a Kidnev Pills could not cure.
They are the only remedy that ever cured
The Fame of Nimrod.
Nimrod told how he made his reputation
"I was the first man who thought of not
hcotir,r a euide for a deer." he explained.
2f. Y. Sua.
An egotist may be defined as a nerson
who is so wrapped up in himseli that he pays
no anenuon 10 us. .tuck.
It is understood that the Kane&s Citv
telephone girl who has just fallen heir to
$500,000 is "busy now." Indianapolis News.
'Now I know." sobbed the six-months
bride to her husband, growling over her ex
travagance, "why you used to call me a
Mower, iou thought 1 was an orchid and
that I could live on air." J. O. Picayune.
'So you don't care for Doetrv?" "No."
said the eminent inventor. "Only the other
mospheric resistance for anv practical tiur-
pose whatever. Wnat she really wants is
a tetrahedral kite." Washington Star.
Clyde Fitch tells a new story of Whistler.
The artist was in Pans at the time of the
coronation of King L.dward, and at a re
ception one evening, a duchess said to him:
"I believe you know King Edward, Mr.
Whistler." "No, madame, replied Wnis
tler. "Why, that's odd," she murmured:
'I met the king at a dinner party last year.
and he said that he knew you." "Oh, said
the painter, "that was just his braz." N. V.
Tourist Can I have a couple of towels?
Landlady Are you going to stay here all
summer: Justigs iUatter.
A Kansas editor solemnly relates how a
bolt of lightning narrowly missed a pros
perous tanner in tne rural automobile belt
and shocked all of the wheat he had just
cut. Atlanta Constitution.
Mrs. Kann? I don't see anything in this
paper about lirown Killing bis mothcr-jn-
Harms That's not strange. You never
read the sporting page. Judge.
BLOOD WILL TELL
A THE0EY SUPPOBTED BY FRESH,
A Recent Instance Proves That a Woman's
Happiness Is largely Dependent on the
State of Her Blood.
When the blood is disordered every
organ of the body is affected unfavorably
and iail3 to discharge its functions
properly. Iu the case of every wemaa
nature has made special provision for a
periodical purification of the blood and -bo
long as this occurs her health and
ipirits unfailingly reveal the beneficial
results. So slight a cause as a cold or a
nervous shock may produce a suppres
sion of this vital function and until it is
restored she i3 doomed to misery. The
remedy that has proved most prompt
and effective in all disorders peculiar to
the female sex, is that 'which brought
such great relief to Miss Mattie Griggs,
of No. 807 Indiana street, Lawrence,
Kansas, concerning which she speaks as
"In the winter of 1902, from some
unknown cause, there was a cessation
of f auctions peculiar to my sex for a pe
riod of four mouths. I became very
weak and could not get up stairs with
out help. I had nausea and pain and a
constant headache. I was under the
care of a physician for three months,
but he did not succeed in curing me.
Then a lady friend told me about the
merits of Dr. Williams Pink Pills which
she had used in her family and she in
duced me to try them. It was in May
when I first began to use them and in
June I had fully recovered my health,
and have since remained perfectly
In all cases of delayed development of
young girls; in anaemia or weakness due
to impoverished blood and showing it
self in pallor, lack of ambition, despond
ency and nervousness ; also in the great
constitutional disturbances attending
the period known as the change of life,
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are invaluable
for women, whose health is always
closely dependent on the state of the
blood. They are sold by all drug
iTists. A booklet of valuable informa
tion, relating to the care of a woman's
health at all important periods, aud en
titled "Plain Talks to Women," will be
;ent free in a sealed envelope to any one
who chooses to write for it to the Dr.
Williams Medicine Company, Schenec
tady, N. Y.
day I heard a young woman singing: 'Had
I the Wings of a Dove.' Now the wings of a
dove would be wholly insufficient in at
PITY THE POOR HEATHEN.
Sir. Splnks Was Anxious to Get Is
His Contribution on
Rev. Mr. Osborne, according to the New
ark (N. J.) News, tells this story on one of
Company came to spend Sunday with the
Spinks family. Nevertheless, and in spite
of a pouring rain, Mr. Spinks prepared for
"Surely, you're not going," said Mrs.
"Surely, I am," replied Mr. Spinks.
"The patter is booked for his annual mis
sionary sermon and 1 wouldn't missdpeing
there for anything."
"But it's' storming dreadfully."
"Let it storm."
"And your guests what will they think
if you run away and leave them?"
"Let them think what they please. I'm
going to church."
"I've never een vou so interested in mis
sions before," said Mrs. Spinks.
"Just between you and me," returned Mr.
Spinks, "I don't care a hang for missions.
But the annual collection for the heathen
will be taken to-day, and if I put a five
dollar bill in the plate it'll be all right. Cut
if I stay away, the pastor will drop into
my office some day this week and pull my
leg for ten."
Go, by all means." said his wife.
Piso's Cure cannot be too highly spoken of
as a cough cure. J. W. O'B-ien, 322 Tnird
Ave.. N., Minneapolis, Minn., Jan. 6, 1900.
"And I can't get any life insurance?"
"Not a cent's worm. We just learned in
time that you are trying to break a span
of three-year-old mules." Detroit iree
Occasionally men are candidates for office
because they can't help it. but usually it's
because the people can't help it. Chicago
AVfcgetalle Pr epsratiortfbr As
ling the Stomachs andBowels of
ness and Rest-Contains neither
Not Nauc otic .
Aperfecl Remedy forCortstipa
non. Sour Stoaach,Diarrnoea
Worms .Convulsions ,Feven sh
ness mid Loss OF SLEEP.
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The reason vr. I Douglas $a.so fthoea srs ths rrentest fillers 1b tho -world Is fceeanne of their excel
lent style, easy tilting and siipTlor wearing cunliitss. If I could show you tho difference between th
shoes made in my factory and those of other makes and the hl(rti-n-a1e leaf hers used, you would under
stand why W. L. DotitrUs $3.so shoes cost more to make, why they hold their chape, tot better, wear
loiiKer, and are of greater intrinsic value than any other S3.M slioe on the market to-day, and why the
ales for the year ending July 1, 1H, were S0,263,040.00. . ... - . -
W. L. Douglas guarantees their miue by stamping his name and price on the bottom. Look for it
take no substitute. Sold by shoe dealers everywhere.
SUPERIOR IN FIT, COMFORT AND WEAR.
hare vorn W. L. DoupUti t3 50 short for the last twelve year with ebinluta
sattrfactinn. J find them lupenor t At. ernfnrt and tcear to ulkrrt cutting froy
t-,.00 to t?-00."B. 8. McCt, Dept. t'o.7., C S. Jnt. Itevenu. Hichmond, Fa.
TV. T Dongis uses Cnmna Coltfktn In sM.SO ptiwu. Corona Colt ia conceded t
be tho fluent .Patent Leather made. Tnt Color Kyelotx used exclusively.
W. Lm DOUGLAS, Brockton, AfascAsrsafYa.
Some political candidates own themselves
but they are rare. Chicago Daily Kews.
In the two continents of America there is no
more charming and delightful country for a
vacation trip than Old Mexico. At every turn
some novel sigh or sound claims the traveier's
attention, everything is new and dinerent.
From St. Louis to Mexico City, the M. K. & T.
K'y operates a Pullman sleeperrunninitturoiigh
without change. Tnls sleeper leaves Bt. Iaju is
at 8:32 p. m. everv day on the "Kaiy Flyer."
Kates are low now. rite for particulars and
copy of booklet, "Sights and Scenes in Old
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A VOICE FROM THE PULPIT.
Rev. Jacob D. Van Doren, of 5T Bixti
street, Fond Du Lac, Wis., Presby
terian clergyman, says: 'I had at
tacks of kidney disor
ders which kept mo in
the house for day at a
time, unable to do any
thing. What I suffered
can hardly be told.
Complications set in,
the particulars of
which I will be pleased
to give in a personal
interview to any oao
who requires informa
tion. This I can con
scientiously say , Doam's
Kidney Pills caused a
in my health. They
brought great relief by lessening tho
pain and correcting the action of tho
Doans Kidney Pills. for. sale by all
dealers. Price, 60 cents. Foster-Mil-burn
Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Both Got It.
The late sculptor, Bartholdi, was best
known in this country by his statue of
Liberty, the chief feature of which is its
size. Its artistic merits were succinctly
summed up by a distinguished foreigner -when
sailing into New York harbor. Point
ing to the gigantic figure, he asked:
"Is that Liberty r
"Yes," said a bystander.
"Then give me death," said the foreigner,
who evidently knew his Patrick Henry.
Did you ever listen to one of the "jokes"
told by the man who is eternally arguing
that woman has no sense of humor? Chi
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