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Practical Educa i " tion. *. [Spoclal lo Thc TlmoB-Dlspatcli,! Orange, .va,, warcn ll),?ine euuca tionul boom whlcfi ls r'olilng over .Vlrglnla can bo soon ln ovory section ot Oratigo county, and tho wontiormi piogresa anC intcrest! ahowti by both ptlpllfl and parents Ih soinethlng un hcard of heretoforo. All cltUens scein to bo awakening to the importanco of real cducation and practlcal tralning for tho ovcryday work whlch wlll innko good fririners, hh well as doc? tors and prcaclinrs and lawyers. l.vcry teacher ln tho county ls a member of thn Toachors' Apsoclatlon, and Is doeply lnterested In Ita prac? tlcal worklng, Already tlio bencllts or thls organlziitlon aro belng rccognlzed by tho public ln thc better servlca rondored by tlm teacher*. "The ilcinonHtrfttlon work," as ap plied to agrlculture, haa arouned tho most wlde3.ir.-ad Interest ln all classc... from tho sinalleBt school children to tho oldest men and women. Unstlnted pralse should bo glven both to "the demonstrator," Mr Wm. C. Shackel ford, nnd tlio divlsion siiperlntond c-nt of publl<; gchoois, C. P. Cowhcrd, who havo been untlrlng In tliclr ef forts for comblnlng ti;o new agrlcul? tural, deniinstratlons wlth the public school work of Iho teachers. That bvorybody understands thls new departure and the great resultt. whlch must rollow, is shown by the fact that ln ono day tho fiupcrlntcnd ent, C. P. Cowhcrd, and thc demon? strator, W, C. Shackelford, got nn ap? propriation of $200 as a ntartcr for tho Board of .Supervisors nnd a Uko sum ($200) from the county school boards. and tho followlng contrlbu tlons from men of tho town of Orange: For a corn eontest for boys (one acro of land)?Flrst prlzo, $75 buggy; sccond prize, gold watch; thlrd prlz., Ollvor plow No. .; fourth prize, eubsoli plow; Ilftn prize, $10 ln cash; slxth prize, suit or clothes, $20/ seventh prlzo, fountaln I<cn, $_. Potato eontest for boys, one-clghth acre?Flrst prize, $10; second prlzo, .Stephons'a rop.atlng ride, $10; thlrd prize. pair sum boot?, $5; fourth prize, tivo tino lantcrns. $_. Glrls' eontest, Uroad?First prize, nice tea set. $15; sccond prize, barrel best Hour, JS; thlrd prlzo, line pair la? dy" s boots, $5. , Buttcr eontest?Flrst prize. $10 ln cash: sccond prize. 5 ln cash; thlrd prize. $3 in'cash. Glrls" apron eontest?First prize.: tailor-mado suit, $15; second prize, $3 In canh; thlrd prlzo, handsome pair glove**. $2.50. (Adult) Farmers' eontest, corn (one acre)?KIrst prize. $50 in cash; see-: nud prlzo, $25 in cash; thlrd prize, 110 ln cash. Hay eontest (one acro)?Flrst prlzo. $10; sccond prize, $20; thlrd prize, $10. The above contrlbution.- and prizes were the work of three hours only. and at the town of Orange. Othcr contrlbutlons are comlng In from all ovor the counly and wlll assume splen? dld proportlons before eontests are de? clded. Thls shows hon* thc people are waking up and what can hc done"with lfve men to lead the way. EXERCISES ANNOUNCED FOR C0MMENCEMENT lllii'?lt-iil-.lu cl SpenkrrK wm Bc Gue_ti of L'nlverMty of .Vorlh Caro? lina lu 'May, ISpecIal to The Tlmes-Dispatch.1 Chapel Hill. N. C March 19.?Com mencement at the Unlverslty of North Carolina this year wlll liegln on Frlday night. May 27, and end Tuesday morn? ing, May 31. Tho opening event is tlio j receptlon hy the Young- Men's Chrlstlan Assoclation Frlday night. Saturdav Is class day. Tho Intersoclety banquet wlll bo held Saturday night, the bac calaureatc sermon Sunday morning. and the Young Men's Chrlstlan Asso? clation sermon Sunday nlsht. Monday Is the alumnl day, the day of the alum? nl addresF, tho alumnl banquet and class runilons. Tho intersoclety debate nnd tho faculty receptlon wlll he held Monday night. Tuesday ls commencc ment day proper. Most of the speakers for commence THE GOLDSTEIN BUST AND COLLAR FORM MANUFACTORY, No. 212 N. Fifth Street, Richmond, Va. Phono Monroe 761. Special for Dressmakers and Those Who Make Their Own Clothes This new improved Bust Form will enable you to make a first-class garment as good as any man-tailor without any trouble. It g!ves you the correct shape and a perfect figure. This Bust Form is made any. style and size you may de sire, fitted and trimmed ready to use. It is not necessary to use scissors to shape it. If you want to make'a first class coat, send the style you wish and the necessary measurements, and we wiil send a Bust Form and pattern, with full instructions, for $2.00. We also tell you the correct amount of ma terial required. lf the. Form is not en? tirely satisfactory we cheerfully refund the money.- Fill out the Coupon and mail to us.'with thc style you wish, and we will send you a perfect Bust Form according to style selected. COUPON MEASUREMENTS. P Neck to waist . Full length coat.,,. Bust. Hips, 8 inches below waist,,., Length sleeve..,. Under arm to waist.,,. Thc Goldstcin Bust and Collar Form ?"Manufactory: . Please find encloscd $2.00 for Bust Form and Pattern. Name.-,,.,-.,, Street ...,.......,.,.,. City.......... State...., BABY'S. SCALP ALL With Eczema That Broke Out when but Three Months Old?Burned and Itched So She Could Not Sleep ?Chance of Cure Seemed Slighti CURE BY CUTICURA EASY AND COMPLETE "Our llttlo daughter, when threfl months old, began to brcak out on tha hend and wo had the best doctors to treat her, but they dld not do her any good. They said she hnd eceema. Her eyes became crosscd from the disease and her scalp waa a solid scale all over. The burnlng and Itching was so severe that aho could not reat, day or nlght. We had about given up all hopes when wo road an advertisement cf Ihe Cuti? cura Rcmedics. Wa at once got. a cake of Cuticura Soap, a box of Cuticura Oint? ment and ono bottle of Cuticura Resolv ont and followed dlrections carefuliy. After tho first doso of the Cuticura Re solvent, we used the Cuticura Soap freely and applied the Cuticura Ointment. Thon sho began to Improvo rapidly and In two weeks tho Bcale camo orf her head and new hair began to grow. In a very short time she -waa well. Her eyes were pcrfectly straight when she r_*covered and have been so ever sinw. She is now sixto^n yeari. of age and is a picture of hcaith. We know the Cutifcura Reme dics cured her and have used them in \ur family ever since. "We used the Cuticura Jtemedics about five weeks, reguiarly, and then we could not tell she had been affected with any disease. She suffercd with buraing and itching ond hard, scnly, dandrulT-looking scaba all over her head and in places on her bpdy. XV. used no other treatments after we found out what the Cuticura Eemedles would do for her. ?T. Fish and Ella M. Fish, Mt. Vernpn, Ky., Oct. 12, 1909." For preserring, purifylng and beautify ing the skin, scalp, halr and hands; for eczemas, rashca, (tchings and chaflngs and for tho prevention of the same; aa well as for the sanative, antlseptic cleans ing of ulcerated, inflamed mucous sur? faces and other uses which readllysuggcst themsel ves to women, Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment are indlspcosable. Cuticura floap(2fi_) toCleinw the Skln, Cutlcurs Ointment (60e.) to Hcel th. Skln md Cut._i.r_, I.eeolrent (50c ). (or Inthe Torm ofOho.ol_jteCo_.ed VV.it. 26c. per rul of CO) lo Purlfy the Blood. nre ?old throii?bout tlve world. Potter Dru? A Chetn. Corp.. Sole Prope.. 13S Columbus Avc, BortOD. M*n. ??-Malled Free. 32-ptce Cutimri Book, __. com ?lete G ulde to tbe Treatment ot Skln and Scalp. ment laave already been chofen. The followlng have boen announced by Dr J. G. de R Hamllton, of thc commence rnent record committee: Rev." C XV Byrd, Dr. James Y. Falr, Dr. XV. L. Phclps, James P. Parker and Dr. Charles F. Smlth. Ttev. C. XV. Byrd wlll preach the Young Men's Chrlstlan Assoclatlon scrmon. Hc ls pastor ot tho Vanderbllt Church. Nashvllle. Dr. James V. Pair, a distlngulshed mlnis? ter of Richmond, Va., -will preach the baccaulaurcato sermon. Tho alumnl address wlll be dellvered by James P. Parker, an academlc and a law stu? dent ln the unlverslty from 1S85 to 1890. Ife ls from Alamance county. practk-ed law ln Graham, N. C. and Knoxvllle. Tenn.. and at present ls practlclnp: ln New York Clty. Thc com menee addrc.s proper wlll bc dellver? ed by Dr. Charles F. Smlth. of tho ITnlversity of "Wlsconsin. Ho waa born In fvouth Carollna, graduated at Wol ford ln Ih'i, studied at Hartford, Ber? lln and Llepsle. He has been profc.sor at Wofford. Williams and Vandcrbilt. Hc is an cdltor of text books, was once presldent of thc American Phllologlcal Assoclatlon. and ..Ince 1891 has been professor of Green and classi cal pholology at rhc Unlverslty of Wis con.?lii. Tho Ph! Beta Kappa address, a fea? ture of tlio class day exercise. wlll bo dellvered by Dr. Phclps, of Yale. Last year thls address was dellvered by the Hon. Kdwln A. Grc.vcsnor. of Amherst, presldent of tho Natlonal ifoclety of Ph! Beta Kappa. Dar. Phelps was born ln New Haven in 1865, praduatcd from Yale ln 1887, received an A. M. from Harvard and a Ph. D. from Ceal in 1891. He Is a unlverslty extcnslon lecturer, cdltor, author and professor of Eng? lish Hterature in Yale Unlverslty. Dr. Phclps is author of "English Romantlc ism" and thc recently publlshed "Con temporary Novellsts," and is one of the most prominent and popular lectur ci-s connected -wlth colleges. Comfortabte School Building ST. LLKE SCHOOL, SHB.VANDOAU COUNTY, VA. K-tt.CT._lJ 100S. FACULTY AND SCIIOLA H.S OF ST. LUKE SCHOOL, E l TU .LEI. Important Action Taken by Coun? ty Board of Supervi? sors. [Speclal to Tho Times-DIspatch.] Yorktown, March 10?The regular monthly meeting of the Board of Su? pervisors to-day proved to be tho most Important and lnterestlng whlch has been held for a number of years, the sesslon occupylng most of the day. A large number of the more progresslve citizena of thc county wero present, and evlnced much interest ln the transactlon of tho business of the day, as most of them were inore or less dl rectly lnterested. Probably the most Important action was the raislng of tho dlstrlct school levy. In Bruton Dlstrlct. lt was raised from 30. to 10 cents on the $100 assessed valutloni the samo ln Nelson. ln Grafton and Poquoson Distrlcts a like raise was itiade for general school purposes, but an additional levy of 10 cents was added to meet the Interest on a bond Issuo for thc buildlng of the proposed hlgh schools ln these two distrlcts. Divlsion Superlntendent Eastman read a carefully prepared paper on the comparatlve school tax levy ln thls and other States, which very clcarly showed that the amount of money spent per caplta for school purposes in Virginia was much less than that cxpended elsewhere. Thls paper was received most cordially by the board, and was tho main factor in lnduclng the board to raise the district school levy. knowing that the money re? ceived would be used in the generali Improvement of school conditions, more particularly ln the matter of: more and bottor school bulldlngs. The board signed and forwarded an application to the Secretary of Agrl? culture at Washlngton for thc detail of an englneer of tho Public Roads Bureau of tho department to make a preliminary survey of the proposed military hlghway from Yorktown to Jamestown Island, for whlch a bill is now pendlng ln Congress appropriat Ing $100,000 for the purpose. A contract was made for tho refur nlshing of the county court room, and the offces of the county treasurer and CommonwcalUi's attbrney. This action of tho board is the subject of much fa vorablo comment, as there has been dlscusslon ot tho necesslty for such action a long tlmo. When completed, whlch wlll bo by June 1, the court room will compare favorably with any in the State, and far surpass most of them. Tho seats for spectators will be of the latost and most approved "audltorium" chalrs, the othcr rurnl-! turo of quartered oak and tho lloorj covered wlth eork flobrin'g. > REPORT ON HIGH SCHOOLS. Great Increasc ln Number and At? tendance iu North Curollnn. [Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlsp..tch."l Balelgh, N. C. March ,19.?Professor N. W. Walker, State'inspector of Pub? lic Htgl} Schools, has just flled wlth Hon. J. Y. Joyner, State Superlntendent of Public Instructlon, his detalled re? port of the operation and growth- of public hlgh schools ln North Carolina for the past year. Thls shows that there aro 100 schools ln operation, wlth 5,282' students enrolled, and an avor ago attendance of 3.7S7, comparcd with 145 schools and 3,0-19 students enrollod, and, average attendance of 2,963 during ihe year pfevlous. The increaso for Ihe past year was 34 per cont. The schools had 1,563 boardlng puplls, and. there woro 303 teachers. Ho says tho chief problom of tho public hlgh schools ls oxpansion. Moro teachcrs must bo provided, largor school bulldlngs eroctod. moss halla and dormltories bullt and modern fur nlahlngs added, all thls resolvlng Itsolf into a questlon of greater revenue for tho hlgh school. Ho declares that as tho hlgh school ls a county institution, tho county ought to bo mado the basls of lts support. He says that during the past olghtoen months twelvp hand somo new brick high school bulldlngs have been orocted, at a total cost of $93,300, tho total valuo of thls hlgh school proporty belng $111,000;. also four woodon bulldlngs at a cost of $9,100, Thore aro nlne countles ln tho State whlch, acoordlng to Professor Walkor's report, havo no, public l.Igh achoola, Theso aro Brunswlok, Chowan, Daro. tfew Hanover, Pasquotank, Porqulmans, Stanloy, Tyrrpll and Yancey. Lexington Social News. [Spoclal t;o Tho Tlmes-Dispatch,] Lexlngton, Vn., Maroh 19.?Genoral s'lcliols has returned (rom Blacksburg, where ho addressed tho oorps of tho V. P. r. on Wednesday evenlng. Judge Gooch, of Goochland, Va? was a vlsltor to tho V. M. X. on Saturday, and was the guest of Dr. Hunter Pen? dleton. Mrs. Pcrcy Alford, of Chlcago, thc daughter of the late Captain John Carmlrhael, of the class of 1870, af tcrwards asslstant professor V. M. I? and captain United States Volun tcers ln thc Spanlsh-Amerlcan War, Is, with her famlly, vlslting her aunt, Mrs. Morgan Pendleton, on Lee Avc? nue. Colonel N. B. Tucker, professor of geology, wlll be ln Richmond on Tues? day. March 22, attending the meet fng of the Stato Board of Educa? tlon. i A movement which promises to be of much good to all concerned, was lnaugurated lon .February 12, when General Nlchols held tho flrst of a serles of Jolnt meetings of faculty and corps, whlcli he most appro prlately calls "Institute hours." It is proposed to have theso at intcrvals durlng the spring. ln hls talk General Nlchols covered a number of questlons of Interest to every son of V. M. I. Thls hour ls generally felt to be a most beneficial innovatlon, and wlll promote a closer union between the faculty and the corps. The second of these "Institute hours" was held on March 12, when Colonel Patton, lnstructor ln and head of tho department of modern languages, read a very Interestlng and lnstructlvo paper on the heavenly bodles, much interest havlng been aroused along this llne by the lllustrated leeture re? cently dellvered by Dr. "W. La Conte Stevens of the Washington and Leo Unlverslty. Farmville Social News. [Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.] Farmville, Va., March 10.?Mlss Car? ter, of South Carollna, ls vlslting- ln the home of.Mr. and Mrs. J. Taylor Thompson, of thls town. Alfred B. Davls and brlde, of Mac Donald, W. Va., have been spending a few days ln the homc of Mr. and Mrs. S. Baxter Davls. The Daughters of the Confcderacy wlll hold an Important meotlng on next Thursday, ln the homo ot Mr. and Mrs. -R. D. -Mlller. , For the benefit of the Farmville Guard and tho Farmville Silver Band, the farce comedy, entltled "At tho Ferry," was repeated at tho opera houso last ovoning. Tho audlonce was a largo one, and the entertaln ment much enjoyed. West Point Social News. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] West Point, Va., March 19.?The event of tho week -was an entertain ment in honor of thc Home Needlo Work Club, given in the home of Miss LUlian Roberts, on Fourth Street, on Wednesday afternoon, from 3 to 6 o'clock. Decorations were approprlatc to tho season, St. Patrick's Day. The favors wero llttlo silken Shamrocks. tled with the green ribbon, and pinncd ?with tho bent pln that always brings the best of luck. On Frlday evening, ln the Masonic Hall audltorlum, under thc dlrectlon of Mr. and Mrs. A. Jullan Bagby. a charmh'.g muslcal was glven and greatly "enjoyed by a crowded house. Tho- entertalnment was given entlrely by local talent. Herbert Allen Chase nnd Mrs. Marla Bristow, were marrled by Rov. Mr. Eggleston, of tho Methodlst Church, on "lt Ne.er Disappoints" It Requires Less Of "GOOD MJCK" to pro? duce be,tt_r .results than of any other baklng pow-s dor. Thls ls woll known to all cooka who use It. Andlt Costs Less! These two facts are bljp conilde rations durlng those.daya ot hlsh prlces. It rotalla at 6 ounces for S cents; ond 1 pound for to cents. H Lat your next order be "GOOD ? I_17 OK." __H Southern Manoftctviig Gonpur ?f BICKXOXD, VA. fr ! ui N Monday Marks the Beginning of Spring And thoughts naturally turn to new things for thc home. The large. complete stocks of the Big Store are now at their best, offerlng wide range of selection in all lines at prices and on terms that cannot be equalcd elsewhere. The Perfect Gas Range Monday Special 14-qt. Planlshet! Motal Dlsh Pans, Plenty on hand to supply all pur chascrs, but sale is limitcrl to one to a customcr. ; An cxccptional Monday spc- | A Of course you will need a Gas Range this spring, and a <f Direct Action >9 is, of course, thc Range you should buy. It is the standard of all Gas Ranges; thc most economical and the most satisfactory- Two carloads just received to supply imme diate demands?that's proof of its popularity. It leads in sales because it is best. . Let us demonstrate Direct Action supcrtortty to you. The Best Refrtgerator WHEN* YOU BUY A REFRIGERATOR, BUY THE BEST, The "NORTH STAR" Seven walls to keep thc heat out and the cold in. In sulated with eork?thc most perfect insulation. Scien tific. system of vcntilation. Every nook and corner ac ecssibfe?clcancd as easily as your kitchen tablc. First cost a little higher?because they are better? and they are cheapest in thc end. Perfect food prcservcrs Economfcal ln the use of Ice. The Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet The Hoosier was plan ned to shortcn your hours in the kitchen; to save time and labor and stcps; to removc thc drudgery from kitchen work; to make life casier and happier?and its dc signer has done his work well. There's None to Compare With the Hoosier More than 300,000 housewives use and praise thc Hoosier?probably more than use all other makes com bined. It is the choice of all who know its merits, because of the special features not found in other makes, and You cannot get Hoosier quality in other, makes at any? thing like the Hoosier price **?THE BIG STORE fe? Your Credit is Good Your Credit is Good .onday nlght. A few friends wero resent. Mrs. C. E. Walker. of Walkerton, as been on a vislt to Dr.. and Mrs. . B. Bagby. for tho past week. Hunter Edwards, of Baltlmore, was vlsltor In town thls week. Louisa Social News. .. [Special tb Tho Times-Dispatch.] Louisa, Va., March 19.?Merodlth [ontague, Jr., of New York, was in >wn thls week. Charles Rlggles and sister, Mrs. .dams, havo returned to Washing jn. Senator and Mrs. F. W. Slms havo aturned to thelr home here. Mlss Vera Boyd. of Blbb's Store, Is pendlng thls week wlth Mlss Etta Voodward. Mrs. John D. Sawyer. of Koswick, i vlslting her sister, Mrs. Leon Levy, t "Woodburne." " Mrs. Gus McGarry, of Middlebrook, pent Saturday and Sunday wlth Mlss sobel Chandler. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd, of Grundy, W. a., are stopplng at the Loulsa Hotcl. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Gordon havo loved to tho Cunnlngham cottage ln io Gooch Annex. Superlntendcnt E. T. Blrckhead, ot ie Loulsa High School, wlll attend ie Teachers' Association meetlng in lexandrla next week. Robert Crawford, of New York, Is Isiting his couslns, tho Mlsses Craw )rd, here. Hc leaves ln Aprll for >veral months' stay in Europe. Tho young pooplc of Loulsa cclo rated St. Patrick's Day by a very ellghtful german, danced ln the own Hall here, Thursday night. Tho scoratlons were in tho embiematic reen, combined wlth spring flowers. Salem Social News. [Special to Thc Tlmcs-DIspatch.] Salem, Va., March 10.?Mr. and Mrs. ,". Black AVhltecarver entertalned a irge company of young peoplo In >rmally last Monday evenlng at thelr ?sidence ln Broad Street, ln honor of leir guest, Newton 'Gordon, of Rlch lond. Mrs. Homan, of Roanoke, district ?cretury of tho Woman's Forolgit Li.s.sionary Soclety of tho Methodlst plscopal Church, South, was in Salem ils week and addressed tho women nd thc young peoplo of tho church. Mrs. Mary E. Williams has returned omo from Phlladelphla, whero sho as been under treatment for tho past ireo months ln the Orthapaedlc Hos Ital for a serious trouble. Mr. and Mrs. Charllo Hupp, of Dc ?oit, Mich, aro spendlng somo tlmo in alom. asi guests at "Monterey." Colonel A. M. Bowman has returned ?om Richmond, whero ho has been i attcdanco upon thc recent sesslon C tho Loglslature, Mrs. Charles Tarpennlng. of Indian polls, Is in Salem vlslting frlends. Dr. J. C. Dardon has returned from nithfleld, Va., where he spont sovoral iys vlslting rolatlvos. Mr. Parsons, of Chlcago, 111., spont iveral days thls weok in Salem, a uosl at Mrs. W. D. Duvall's. Mlss Nan Logan has returned from two weeks' vislt to Mlss Alico Fat m, at Lexlngton, Va. Mlss Leah Dowcn and Mlss Jossee oo-Win, of Lynchburg, woro tho eok-end g.iests of Miss Nan Hatcher, l Collego Avonuo. Mrs. T. A. Roborts. Jr., has roturned ?om Point Pleasant, XV. Va., whi_ro ie has boon for Iho past threo months tho bedsldo of her fathor, Captain eale, who ls vory ill wlth heart (Us iso. Mrs. Burks, who has been the guest f J, M. Scruggs and famlly on Broad :roet, has roturned to Bedford Clty. Mrs. Nathan Maynard, of Buetm lsta, ls vlslting her fathor, Rov. J. M. arlowo, on Broad Streot. Guy Denlt, of the- V. P. I? ls vlsit ig hls paronta, Mr. and Mrs. C. D, enlt, on Pennsylvanla Avonuo. Miss Mlnorvi. Dent loft Thursday for ,_ extended vislt to rolatlvos ln St.i jseph and other citlos in Missourl. Rov, P,'II. Chelf, flnunolal agent for ie Baptlst Orphanage, Is absent on two weeks' trlp throutih Cllnch Val- : ?jr. During thls tlme Mrs. Chelf and L vo children are guests ?t relatives in | luetied, W. Va. | Red Hill Social News. [Speclal to The Tlmes-Dispatch.] Red Hlll, Va., March 19.?MlssMamlo .uxford, who recently underwent. aa peratlon for appendlcitis at tho'Unl erslty Hospital, is Improvlng. Mlss Loulso Batten,. of tho' Unlver slty, Is tho guest of .Mrs. M. Carrla Anderson. Mrs. John Henley Walker, ot Rtch? mond, ls vlsltlng at"Rockland." Mlss Hallle Rothwell, who is teach lng-in the homo of S. Marsh Walker. at Mllllngton, ls spendlng a few days at her home here. Mrs. Samuel Houchons left yesterday; for the Unlverslty Hospital. , . Mrs. J. W. Payne,- who was called to her old homo ln New England, on ac? count of the death of her father, has not returned. 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