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PAGE SIX
County
Legal Notices
%OTirR.
NOTICE or MKKTTNO TO IM-('PJ'ASK
the Capital Stork of the Wa>tun.m«i
Merra nti 1 Com pan y.
Notice is herel»v Riven. That a meet
ing: of the stockholder* rf the Wash
ington Mercantile Company he and th**
same is hereby railed to meet at Roch
ester. Thurston county. Washington, at
the office of the company, on the 12th
day of November. IHI7 at the hour of
2 o'clock p. m.. for the purpose of con
sidering the question «>f decreasing; the
capital stock of the said Washington
Mer oantile Company from Fifty Thou
sand Dollars to Thirty-five Thousand
Dollars.
All stockholders of the said Wash
ington Mercantile Company are hereby
notified to be present at the said meet
ing.
Dated September 11th. 1917.
L I-. HUNTER
WM K. COHEIMS
JOHN O. JOHNSON.
HKNRY H JAMES.
R F. BOYD.
»-J-8
NOTICE.
OF MEETING TO INCREASE THE
Capital Stock of the Capital City Iron
Works, and to Amend the Articles of
Incorporation of Said Company.
Notice Is hereby given. That a meet
ing of the stockholders of the Capital
City Iron Works be and the same is
hereby called to meet In the Cltv of
Olympla. County of Thurston. State of
Washington, at the office of the com
pany, on the Hth day of November,
1917. at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m.. for
the purpose of considering the question
of increasing the capital stock of said
Capital City Iron Works from Twenty
flve Thousand Dollars to One Hundred
Fifty Thousand Dollars, and for the
purpose of considering the proposition
of amending the Articles of Incorpora
tion of the said Capital City Iron Works
by amending paragraph 5 of said Arti
cles, so as to Increase the number of
trustees of said corporation beyond two
members, and Article 6 thereof by en
larging the powers of the said corpora
tion.
All stockholders are requested to at
tend such meeting
PHILIP D. SLOAN.
H. H. PIPER.
9-2-8 Trustees.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington, In and for the
County of Thurston.
In re the Estate of Viola N. Smyth, de
ceased. No. 1812.
Katie* of Mtlnmit of Final Account
„ and PrtltlM for Dtstrlhatloa.
Notice Is hereby Riven, That the ad
ministrator of the above entttled estate
has filed his final account and petition
for distribution herein, and that the
court has set Monday, the 29th dav of
October, 1917, at the hour of 2 o'clock
p. m„ and the court room of the court
house of Thurston county Washington,
at Olympla, Department No. 2 thereof,
as the time and place for the settle
ment of said final account and hearing
on said petition for distribution, and
all persons haying any objections
thereto are hereby notified to present
thesame on or before said time and at
■aid place.
By order of the Superior Court,
witness my hand and the seal of
•aid court this 27th day of September,
(Seal) * PAUL PAULK.
DeputyCountv Clerk and Clerk of the
Superior Court.
Published September 28 and October
5, 11. 19 and 2«. 1917.
Ol ■ li . i i
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington, In and for the
_ County of Thurston.
X» re the Estate of Ellen Langrldge,
deceased. No. .
Katie* to Creditors.
Notice Is hereby given, That the un-
WsVAfre SKmiSfft:
deceased, and all persons having claims
against thn said deceased are required
the same or the undersigned
•jgiStOfSorolther of them.at their
PlWe of basin see at Whites, Washing
ton, or upon thorn or either of thorn
"BP" .«"elr attorneys
• Btiitdevant at their
ffISJ the Olympla National Bank
TOlldlng, Olympla. Washington, and
the same with the clerk of the
awsvo narqed court, within six months
sjtor the trot publication of this no-
ItlilT °f Snt pub " CAtlon ' September
_ SSoROE
Bxocutors of the Estate of Ellen Lan
' Published Sentember 28 and October
». if and 19. lHf.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington, for Thurston
County.
Geo. P. Yantla. plaintiff, vs. American
Home Investment Co., and all per
son* unknown, if any. having or
iMntny to have an Interest in Mid
the prope^t y heicinalter de-
MhmJ ia firnliiww of Tu Lies.
The Stat* of Washington to Ameri
can Homo investment Co., and all per
sons unknown, if any. having or claim
ing to have an interest t* and to the
nit property hereinafter described:
Jrou and each of you are hereby no
tifted that Oeo. P. Yantls Is the holder
of_CertlAcate of Delinquency numbered
4»i, issued on the 6th day of June, A.
D. 191<, by the county of Thurston,
state of Washington, fM the amount of
four and i-lM dollars, the same being
the amount then duo and delinquent
for taxes for the years 1911. 1912, 1913.
lMt, together with penalty. Interest
and coats thereon, upon real property
assessed to you and of which you are
the owner or reputed owner, situate In
said eoanty and particularly bounded
and described as follows, towlt:
Lots 45 and It. block IS. Wright's
Second Addition to Rochester,
and upon which he has paid taxes as
sessed against said pronertv as follows:
Tear's Tax Receipt
Tax— Date Paid No. Amount
191 C. Jan. IS. 1917 5250 $.43
191* Sept. 15. 1917 50«» .40
Total amount of taxes paid since
date of Certificate of Delin
quency 1.83
all of said amounts bearing Interest at
the rate of fifteen per cent per annum:
and you are further notified that he will
aoply to the Superior Court of the state
of Washington. In and for said county,
for a Judgment foreclosing his lien
against the property hereinbefore
mentioned: and you are hereby sum
moned to appear within sixty days after
the service of this summons upon you.
exclusive of the dav of service, towlt:
within <0 days after September 28,
being date of first publication hereof,
and defend this action or pay th»
amount due. together with costs, and
In case of your failure to do so. judg
ment will be rendered foreclosing the
lien for said Certificate of Delinquency,
taxes, penalty. Interest and costs,
agninst the lands and nremises herein
before mentioned.
Any pleading or nrocess may he
served unnn t»>e undersigned at the ad
dress hereinafter mentioned.
OEO F YANTIS. PlalntlfT.
By GEO F. TANTIS.
Plaintiffs Attorney.
P. O. Address. Olympla, Washington.
Published September 28. October 5. 12.
19. It. and November 2 and 9. 1917.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THK
State of Washington. for Thurston
County.
Oeo. P. Tantis. plaintiff. vs. A. Wright,
and all persona unknown, if any, hav
ing «r claiming to have an Interest In
and to the real property hereinafter
described, defendants. No.
•■I ■mi Is riwtlsssff at Tax Lira.
The State of Washington to A. Wright
a»d all persons unknown, if any. having
or claiming to hare an interest In and
THE WASHINGTON STANDARD, OLYMPIA, WASH.. KKIDAV. OCTOUKH 1017
t'> tlii real propert.\ hereinafter <!• -
scribed
V i and •.< h of you hp hereby no
!: tifl tl at » I' Y.thtis 1- the ' der
of iVrtitii n»' of i >e! ii, [Ui'iii" n itii 1
IJ - • I*- m i "i the ■"> th ilav of .lilt <■ \
)> In the .lit\ of Thurston, state
oi Washington, for the amount of seven
t> <-n »i.l i• ■-1 •'»" tlotlars, tlie same being
tin' inn .lit ti.ei. if i. .iii.l <1 «■ Ii;ii|ii.-nt foi
tax. > for tl • year* 1!*: l I'M-. 1»l" i'.'l l.
together with penalty. Interest and costs
thereon, upon real property assessed to
Yo ■; Hfl'l of Whiell > ill tie tile nvvtle; 11 f
reputed owner situate in said . ount*
and particularly hounded and describe.!
us follows, towit
Lots 1:'. 21 LJ. ■>. and '.I. block
14. Wright's First Addition to Roches
ter,
and upon which he lias paid taxes as
sessed against said property as follows
Year's l ax Receipt
Tax-- Date Paid No. Amount
191.". lan. I*. 1917 R?S> |1.48
1916 ... .Sept 19. 1917 5U91 1.60
Total amount of taxes paid since
date of Certificate of Delin
quency s3.ft*
all of said amounts bearing interest at
the rate of fifteen per cent per annum;
and you are further notified that he w ill
apply to the Superior Court of the state
of Washington, in and for said county,
for a judgment foreclosing his lien
against the property hereinbefore
mentioned; and you are hereby sum
moned to appear within sixty days after
the service of this summons upon you,
ex'clusive of the day of service, towit:
within 6ft days after September 28,
being date of first publication hereof,
and defend this action or pay tire
amount due, together with costs; and
in case of your failure to do so, judg
ment will he rendered foreclosing the
lien for said Certificate of Delinquency,
taxes. penalty, interest and costs,
against the lands and premises herein
before mentioned.
Any pleading or process may he
served upon the undersigned at the ad
dress hereinafter mentioned.
GEO. F. YANTIS. Plaintiff.
By GEO. F. YANTIS,
P. O. Address, Olympia. Washington.
Published September 28, October 5, 12,
19, 26, and November 2 and 9, 1917.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington, for Thurston
County.
Geo. F. Yantls, plaintiff, vs. A. Wright,
and all persons unknown, if any, hav
ing or claiming to have an interest
in and to the real property herein
after described, defendants. No.——.
Summons In I'orrrliMnrr of Tax I. ten.
The State of Washington to A.
Wright, and all persons unknown. If
any. having or claiming to have an In
terest in and to the real property here
inafter described:
You and each of you are hereby no
tified that Geo. F. Y'antis is the holder
of Certificate of Delinquency numbered
4293, Issued on the sth day of June, A.
D. 1916. by the county of Thurston,
state of Washington, for the amount of
five and 4-100 dollars, the same being
the amount then due and delinquent for
taxes for the years 1911. 1912, 1913, 1914,
together with penalty. Interest and
costs thereon, upon real property as
sessed to you and of which you are the
owner or reputed owner, situate In said
county and particularly bounded and
described as follows, to-wit:
Lots 1 and 2, block 12, Wright's First
Addition to Rochester,
and upon which he has paid taxes as
sessed against said property as follows:
Year's Tax Receipt
Tax— Date Paid No. Amount
191 Jan. 18, 1917 5249 ».42
191 Sept. 19, 1917 5092 .40
Total amount of taxes paid since
date of Certificate of Delin
quency t.82
all of said amounts bearing interest at
the rate of fifteen per cent per annum;
and you are further notified that he will
apply to the Superior Court of the state
of Washington, In and for said county,
for a Judgment foreclosing his lien
against the property hereinbefore
mentioned; and you are hereby sum
moned to appear within sixty days after
the service of this summons upon you.
exclusive of the day of service, towlt:
within 60 days after September 28.
being date of first publication hereof,
and defend this action or pay the
amount due. together with costs; and
in case of your failure to do so, judg
ment will be rendered foreclosing the
lien for said Certificate of Delinquency,
taxes, penalty, interest and costs,
against the lands and premises herein
before mentioned.
Any pleading or process may be
serveid upon the undersigned at the ad
dress hereinafter mentioned.
OEO. F. TANTIS. Plaintiff.
By OEO. F. YANTIS.
Plaintiff's Attorney.
P. O. Address, Olympla. Washington.
Published September 28. October 5, 12,
19. 26, and November 2 and 9. 1917.
IN THE, SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State 'of Washington in and for
Pierce County.
Catherine McHindley, Plaintiff, vs.
Lake City Land Companv. a Corpora
tion. Defendant. No. 41774.
Rsaaosi
The State of Washington to the said
Lake City Land Company, a corpora
tion. defendant:
You are hereby summoned to appear
within sixty days after the date of the
first publication of this summons, to
wlt, within sixty days after the sth
day of October. 1917, and defend the
above entttled action in the above en
titled court, and answer the complaint
of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of
your answer upon the undersigned at
torneys for the plaintiff at their-office
below stated: ana in case of your fail
ure so to do, judgment will be ren
dered against you according to the de
mand of the complaint, which has been
filed with the Clerk of said Court.
The object of this action ts to quiet
title to the' following described real
property situate in the County of
Pierce, State of Washington, to-wlt:
Lots Thirty (80) and Thirty-one (II)
tn Block Sixty-four (64), Lake City,
according to the recorded plat of Lake
City on file for record In the office of
the Auditor of Pierce county. Wash
ington.
RAY ft DENNIS,
Attorneys for the Plaintiff.
Postofltce Address:
518-14-15 California Bldg.,
Tacoma, Washington.
Published October 5, 12, 19. 26, and
November 2. 9 and 16. 1917.
HIGHEST PRICES
PAID FOR HIDES
Send your hides to us (or highest
cash price check by return mall.
References, any bank In Seattle.
North Coast Tuning Co.
Ballard Station.
SEATTLE.
TENTS, AWNINGS AND SAD.
MAKERS
Dealers in Launch and Boat Supplies
Canvas
Duck—all L M. LARSEN ft SONS
Widths and 806 South A St.
Weights Tacoma
EVERY MORNING
WITH HOTCAKES USE
"Old Yankee Hill Syrup"
tPUU MAPLE AND CANK]
MAP* IN • AIMING TOM UNCI MM
J /)Oi il
FURNISHED HV FRED HUDSON. UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE
OLYMPIA TRADES COUNCIL
TRADES COUNCIL
Two labor defense communica
tions, three bills and report of tlie
business agent, constituted the rou
tine business of the council Thurs
day evening. September 27. All of
these matters were disposed of with
the minimum amount of discussion.
Following the regular order the La
bel League took charge and served
refreshments to about 40 guests.
Industrial Insurance Commissioner
Hughes de'ivered an address on the
work of Label Leagues. Hughes' re
marks were followed closely and
were well received by those present.
SHIPYARD LABORERS
At the regular meeting Monday
night, October 1, of Shipyard Labor
ers' Union, a class of 15 was initiat
ed. At the meeting one week pre
vious five were made members of
the union. The membership of this
union is now in excess of 300. There
was a long line of discussion regard
ing the visit of the Seattle commit
tee, which presented the merits of
the plan to boycott 10-hour lumber
to a mass-meeting of union men en
gaged in ship construction work, but
without reaching a decision in sup
port of the request of the Seattle
representatives, who asked that em
ployes of local shipbuilding plants
refuse to use 10-hour lumber. It is
the consensus of opinion among
members of this union that present
working conditions will be adhered
to until a settlement of the Seattle
difficulty is reached.
MASS-MEETING OF SHIPYARD
EMPLOYES
James Duncan, J. G. Brown,
Frank Johnson and Charles Lindsay,
constituting a committee from the
labor unions of Seattle, came to
Olympia Saturday, conferred with a
local committee in the afternoon
and in the evening addressed a mass
meeting of shipyard employes In the
lobby. The committee mado an able
presentation of the cause of the tim
ber workers and eloquently urged
sympathetic support on the part of
local unions through refusal to han
dle 10-hour lumber. The local com
mittee made no recommendation to
the mass-meeting and no formal ac
tion was taken at that meeting. The
EIGHT STANDARD KR
general feeling seemed to prevail
that the local unions had too much
at stake to warrant any steps which
might involve them in a walkout at
the local ship-building plants.
TEAMSTERS' UNION
An organization of teamßters.
chauffeurs and stablemen was
formed Tuesday evening at the La
bor Hall, Seventh and Adamß. Forty
signed the application for the char
ter and the union will be formally
Instituted in about two weeks.
Temporary officers were elected,
consisting of a president, vice-presi
dent, secretary-treasurer and ser
geant-at-arms, a committee to draft
constitution and by-laws was select
ed and delegates to the Central La
bor Council named.
GOES BACK TO MICHIGAN
A gentleman by the name of King
came out from Bay City, Mich., at
the opening of the Sloan shipyards,
under contract as a skilled caulker.
For many months Mr. King, with
others engaged under similar con
tracts, has been employed at un
skilled labor in the yards awaiting
time for,the work of caulking the
ships to begin. When occasion came
for King to take up the skilled work
that he was hired to perform, it was
found that the gentleman was un
able to perform the work required
of him, and he decided to return to
Michigan.
These are the actual facts in the
case which the local dailies made
much of editorially in Monday's pa
pers. According to the newspaper
story Mr. King became highly
peeved at the manifestations of in
dustrial unrest on the Coast and
virtuously determined to go back
home, where working men have a
higher appreciation of the duty they
owe the employer and are willing to
stay on the job and be satisfied rath
er than to be continually agitating
| for more wages and better eondi
: tions.
TRADE UNIONISM PRAISED
The Albany (N. Y.) Sunday Tele
gram, In an editorial on "Organized
and Unorganized Labor." says that
as a result of this war organized la
bor has completely demonstrated its
worth: its economic value and its
absolute necessity to the orderly con
duct of business.
"More than this," says the editor,
"organized labor haa proved Its case
to the complete satisfaction of cap
ital, and has taught capital that its
fight against organization was the re
sult of lack of foresight, a failure to
recognize the real economic condi
tions; in fact, the result of a woe
ful lack of intelligence on the part
of men who should have been bigger
mentally than they have proven."
UNFAIR TO WORKERS
"Why should we consider it para
mount to maintain the present wage
scale of the country?" asks Editor
Gaston, of the Fargo (N. D.) Daily
Courier-News.
"We are not maintaining the price
scale of the country. We are not
maintaining the scale of profits of
the makers and jobbers, either of
war munitions or of the ordinary ar
ticles of commerce. Do we intend to
establish the principle that if there
are unusual profits due to the war
and due perhaps to unusual patriotic
effort on the part of workmen that
these profits belong solely to stock
holders and employers? Shall we'
appeal to the workers for the sake
of patriotism to refrain from strik
ing, to put forth every effort in the
name of patriotism, and then give
the extra profits of that extra effort
to the employers of these workmen?
Do not the workers need to be 'stim
ulated' in a substantial way, also?"
SPIRIT ROUSERS
By Charles Perry Taylor
(Secretary Washington State Feder
ation of Labor)
Somewhere in France
There Is an American soldier.
Who, not so very long ago.
Worked in a shop, or a mill,
As you are doing now.
Before he shouldered his gun
And went away to war,
He was a big, brave, young Yankee
lad,
And you liked him.
Because he was always on the
square.
He's fighting now.
With a clear conscience.
In behalf of the new international
ism,'
To make all men free; .
Not simply to lift the load of chains
From the shoulders of black broth
ers;
Not simply to lift the burden
From the child slaves of America;
Not simply to lift the wages
And the standard or American life—
But fighting to make the world free.
Free from Kings, Emperors, Despots,
Free from oppression, and hellish
"Kultur";
. Free from prejudice, and hate;
I Free to live and let live;
I Free from the danger
Of the iron heel of Hohenzollern.
Remember the words
Of Charles Edward Russell:
"The liberty of mankind
Hangs by a hair."
The time is opportune
Here at home.
Has been made so by the war.
To raise our standards of life.
And we are seizing the opportunity,
But that Yankee lad over there
Wants to know
Whether we expect him to fight
:Or to quit
Next Sunday morning,
1 Before dr after church,
I don't care a damn which,
( Write a letter or a card
And address it
To "Any American Soldier in
France."
Uncle Sam will deliver it for you.
Tell that soldier boy you will back
him up.
Tell him to fight
As he never fought before.
Tell him when he comes home—
You expect him to come home—
You will be awaiting him
With a brother's welcome;
That while he fights despots abroad,
You will fight despots here;
That while he makes the world safe,
You will make industry Bafe,
That while he destroys Kultur,
You will destroy
Home worship of the golden calf.
Tell him what he knows—
As all the world loves a lover.
So all the world loves a fighter.
Tell him it doesn't matter
Whether a man fights for right
1 In France or in America,
' And that when the war is over.
The human family.
Having put the knife to the ulcer.
Will be well again.
And when he comes back
To pick up the tools of peace.
Laying down the tools of war.
There will be for him
And for us all.
In shop, factory, mine or field,
; Eight hours for work,
; Eight hours for sleep,
Eight hours for friends, wife and
child.
Remind him that American fighters,
i In peace or in war,
J Hare never been licked yet.
> And, by the great horn spoon,
They are not going to lye licked now.
Write that to
"Any American Soldier.
Somewhere in France."
DAIRY TOW MARKET fiOOD
ll<>l<l ihi; It* Own in Spite of Unusually
High Price of Feed
In spite of the extraordinary high
price of feed, the dairy cattle market
seems to be hold its own. Reports
that dairy cows are being sent to the
stockyards for beef on account of the
high price of feed are found mislead
ing, investigation proving that only
those cows which have proven non
producers, or, in other words, those
cows which eat more feed than the
value of the milk they produce are
the ones being discarded from the
herds.
This has been accomplished by the
cow-testing associations, as well as
the general education of the dairy
farmer along the lines of various
tests. The dairymen of the North
Pacific Coast are too wise to send
their producing cows to the butcher.
They know that statistics have proved
that when the price of feed is high,
the price of milk is greater in the
same ratio as the increase in feed.
For example, two years ago when
the price of feed was very cheap, the
dairy farmer was getting about $1.35
per hundred pounds for his milk.
Today, when the feed Is higher he is
getting $2.60 per hundred pounds,
and no doubt he will continue to get
a good price as long as the price of
feed Is high.
David R. Carr and Mabel May Bur
dick of New Kamilche were married
by Justice of the Peace Walter Cros
by Saturday afternoon.
DENNETTS
Whole Wheat
Flour
DENNETT'S
Graham Flour
DENNETTS
No. 10
Breakfast Cereal
For sale by
A. BENSON
CAPITAL POULTRY 00.
HICKS' CASH GROCERY.
HOWEY'S CASH GROCERY
J. F. KEARNEY & 00.
L. 0. RAMBERO.
C. H. ROBBINS.
7. D. COOK, Tumw&ter.
Would You
Like to Be
In Trenches?
There are boys from Olympia
and Thurston county "over
there."
I
1 Others are performing dan
gerous tasks on the high seas.
They are giving up their time,
are in danger of being seriously
| hurt ami may die.
The least the people at home
1 can do is to give them financial
help.
The way to do this Is to buy
Liberty Loan Bonds.
You can't afford to buy? The
| boys who marched away get S3O
a month.
Think about that S3O and you
will buy Liberty Loan bonds.
- i
Capital
National
Bank
"LAUREL"
COFFEE
45c per pound
—CHEAP AT THE PRICE —
It is a blend oC Sumatra and
Arabian coffee.
Roasted and sold only by our
firm in Washington.
One trial order desired.
McLean-McMillan Co.
703 BROADWAY, TACOMA
Dr. Mark Rosier
DENTIST
Office Hours: 9 a. m. to 5:30 p. m.
Phone 251
White House Olrmpim Wash.
SPECIAL OFFER
ON
THE THRICE-A-WEEK
EDITION OF NEW
YORK WORLD
IN 1017
Practically a Dally at the Price of •
Weekly. No other Newspaper in the
World gives so much at so low a prlca.
The value and need of a news
paper In the household was never
greater than at the present time.
The great war In Europe Is now
half-way Into Its third year, and,
whether peace be at hand or yet be
far off, It and the events to foHow It
are sure to be of absorbing Interest
for many a month to come.
These are world-shaking affairs,
In which the United States, willing
or unwilling. Is compelled to take a
part. No intelligent person can
ignore such Issues.
THE THRICE-A-WEEK WORLD'S
regular subscription price Is only $1
per year, and this pays for 156
papers. We offer this unequalled
newspaper and
The Washington Standard
together for one year for
$2.00
The regular subscription price of
the two papers Is 92.80.
Send your order to our office.
LOGGED OFF LAND
for Hi* on m» terms to aotual
settlers only. Small euh payment
■own, balance In tan annual pay
ments, with Interest at t per esat
PRICK m AN A ORB AND UP.
WEYERHAEUSER TIMBER CO.
TAOOMA. WASHINGTON.
' J. A. GILBAUOH
Successor to E. M. McCUntlc
UNDERTAKER
(License No. 196)
Experienced Lady Assistant.
Reed Block Phone 132
C. P. HICKS
CIVIL ENGINEER
Subdivision and General
Surveying
LA CRY : ; WASHINGTON
The McDowell Insurance
& Realty Company
REAL ESTATE. INSURANCE,
LOANS AND INVESTMENTS.
Ifth and Washington Sts.. Olympic
Jesse T. Mills
Professional Funeral Director and
Bmbalmer. Lady Assistant.
Offlce: 414-16 Franklin Street.
Phone 212.
WE PAY HIGHEST MARKET
PRICES AT ALL TIMES
for
Flnt-cUaa Live Poultry, Dresaed
VMI and Pork.
Call, or Phone 93, 94.
Palace Market
Olympl*, Waab.

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