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II r y 'T ' - H .".-' 3KUVJitii t i: r i t JBA8L OF THE SERPENT By A. F. BONNEY. Mollie Chnpman stood In the door .way of her -ranch house homo. "Tou arc Just mad at me, Charley JlRiTfl," sho cried, " 'cause I went rid ing with Mr. Mclntyre." "I don't just trust these tenderfcet who come browsing around in store clothes," he replied. "Jealous, ain't you?" she Jeered. "No, not Jealous," he said, low and -quiet-like, "only, 1 love you" '"J love you, 1 love you,"' sho mocked. "1 don't believe you love a '--thing on earth except yourself and that brute of a pony you ride." "Of course I love Nig," he said, "and ao do you." She stared unwlnklngly at the dis tant mountains. Still, I love you bet ir than anything else in the world, Mollie. 1" "Jim Noman told me the same thing -only yesterday. Fan-el left her abruptly. Presently, as she worked, a voice from a near-by window startled her. "May I come In, Miss Mollle7" it nald. "Why, Mr. Mclntyre, where did you come from?" "Same old place," laconically. "And what brought you here?" in nocently. "Same old thing no I mean er the same " "Your horse?" Ignoring his mean ing glances. "Well, I rode the pony, of course," he laughed, "as I am much too lazy to walk. However, I did not come to Me the horse," with a suggestive ac- , cent on the "tee." "Want to see dad?" clattering the dishes she was washing. m "Saw him on the way over." "Maybe you want to see Mr. Farrel? He's down" "Charley? Oh, he Is down at the c6rall, playing with Nlggar. No, Mol- Turned at the First Sound of the . Man's Voice. -Ma, I came to see you," leaning In at the window and trying to take her ,'hand. N She turned on him In blind, unrea sonable fury. "You Just wrant to see me," she -stormed. "Well, look at me, with. your big, green eyes, Chase Mclntyre, and 'what do you see? Think I'm a fool? "What have I ever done to cause you to talk so to me?" "Jlra Noman says " "He says," came a snarling voice .from behind Mclntyre, "that yer a eneak, trying to get yer Iron onto other people's cattle." Mcfhtyre had turned at tho first eound of the man's olce to And him--self looking into the muzzle of a pis tol. Mollie scrambled through the win dow. " "Jim Noman, you quit!" she creamed. Mclntyre thrust the girl aside, an Act of chlValry which saved his life, for his enemy fired the Instant he .moved, and while the bullet missed 'bis heart, It shattered his arm. There 'was another spurt of flame and smoke, and the girl hid her face In her rrns, that she might 'not see. Thert she heard a steady voice. "Now you hit the trail, Jim Noman," -and looked up to see the man holding .hi mangled hand, which he gazed at in horror, with Farrel standing by, .smoke still curling from the muzzle of his gun. Bandaging the wounded arm as bs,t ht could, Farrell started, to get his .horse to go for trie doctor, thirty miles away. When he returned for pinnl -word with his patient he found Mollie just outside the door, weeping bit terly. "I did not think you cared so nmcu for him, Mollie," he said, "or I'd have bit the trail long ago." He stopped when be saw McJn tyre's face over the girl's shoulder, a ww pain In every feature. "I always gave you credit tor bar Hag a little horse sense, Charley,", he aid. "I'm hurt In more ways than wse, old man," he said, his lips twitch 4ac, "hot take her, and may God bless 7u both." When Mclntyre recovered from a deadly swoon, Mollle's face wan on 0ii pillow, which waa wet with her tear. 11 tried to to love you, Mr. jMclBtyro Chase," the fobbed, '.'but I found I loved Charley, ju see. An emd I'm only At to he a cowman's wlte anyway, you know," "Yea, Mollie, 1 fcM.w," be said, turp fUckls face to the wall. CpyrisM, by Dally Story' Pub!' Co.) Ba M I Sflft- . 7 . VPBBk- ifJJyWMJ aisiMatiH DISGRACE OF TETLOW 8 CLARENCE HOLCOMB. "This Conroy party comes into the bunch grass country from Noo York," said the judge. "Teudorfoot?" "Say, he's that green that when he climbs down oH the box of the stage ho looks tip an' down the street nforo. he gets off. 'Frald he's goln to step In front of a. trolley car. "Sure he's green, but he's good stuff. I'm runnln' a bunch of control cattle on 8Unkln' Water mountain that summer, an' I gives him a Job. Shure It looks like makln' him a pres ent of them wages, but he's such a decent sort a chap I ain't got the heart to turn him away. I hears about lilra every month in Tompson's report, lie says: "'1 thought When you sent him out here you must be Josln' your mind, but I guess you knew wot you was doin' He's a fine chap, an' a bard workf?i "It ain't long'after this till the first enow falls on the mountain, an' the cattle has to be got in on the home ranch. It's hard work this, fur strango camps don't appeal to the cow-brute none, so after It's all over I gives tnei boys a week In town. I hangs around the boardin' house principle, an Joe keeps me company. The house was run at that time by a little widow by the name of Cummin's. "It seems a fellow named Black Jack Tetlow was playln all suits both 'ways from the middle tryln to win ,,the widow, but she don't enthuse. Final, when Joe arrives on tne scene she passes him up like he's a white chip, which makes him Imagine Joe's I alienatln' them affections. i "Harry, Jed an' Barney Is all down to the saloon, an' before we turns in, Joe an' I lights our pipes an' strolls down town. As we pass the saloon the boys Is in I takes it Into my head to drop in an' try to get them to come to bed an' Joe follows. "We ain't no more than entered, when a slab-sided kid called Goggle Eye George, sticks his foot between Joe's legs an' trips him up. This Gog gle Eye George's eyes stick out like a shrimps, but when Joe gets up, he shure puts one of them back normal. Just one lick, an' Goggle Eye ain't got no more flght In him than a sheep, but he don't heed to do his own fight in', fur right hyer Black Jack takes his band an' plays it fur him. "Gettln' up from the table, where he's been deal in' stud poker he. walks up to Joe. "'Wot do yod mean? he snarled, -'a hitting of my particular friend?' "Joe didn't say anything, Just stood his. ground. "'Well, I'll make you talk!" shout Black Jack, haulln' off an' knockln' Joe over a couple of chairs. Joe picks himself up, brushes his clothes, an' faces Black Jack. TYou're not goln', to shoot me?" asks Black Jack, like he's alarmed. " 'Yes,' says Joe, 1 .think I shall.' "'Now you're talkln' like a sport, even If you ain't got the ear marks,' spouts Black Jack. "With this he motions the crowd to get off the firln' line, pulls his gun, an' goes to the further end of the room. "Joe, 'he pulls a bull-dog 32 he's raked up somewheres, but keeps oulto "secure Government 'aid In main etandin'i in the center-of the room "'You i picks the quarrel, and you suggests the -weapons. Now, I'm goln' to name the distance,' says Joe. '"Wot's the matter with this?' asks Black Jack. " 'Nothln',' says Joe, 'only the school I attends when I'm a kid teaches matf ners Instead of sharp-shootln', which same system seems to have been re versed'where you're brought up. Now if you will be so kind,' says J1 Joe, bowin' low, 'you will step this way.' "'Wot do you mean?' stammers Black Jack. " 'I mean,' says Joe, cool as a mint Jullp, 'that this affair is goln' to be breast to breast.' " 'For a moment Black Jack looks at him In surprise, then swallows several times an' hangs his head. "If he don't except he knows It's his finish in the cow country, an' likewise It's the same if he does, fur even a tenderfoot like Joe can't mist at thaf range. Black Jack 1b a bad man, with more than one notch In his gun, but he don't dare run bis brand on the little slick-ear that's standln' there In the middle of the room, even If his horns ain't out of the velvet. 'He looks around at the crowd, then seeln' It ain't no use be shoves his gun In his pocket, an' goes over an' gets his hat. As he does this, Tompson gives a blss, an' though you can see It hurts he never turns. I "Black Jack Tetlow la a gambler," lays the Judge, as we arose and J pushed our chairs against the wall, out no lets a ibuaenoot bum mm lay down a cinch." (Cvpyrlfht, by Dally Story Pub. OsJ Worth the Money. Sam, the chore man; returasc from the city with a scarfpin tbat.eyatala ed a "diamond" of, no, usual iris. It was the pride ot his, heart and the envy of his village oompanloa. He treated all Inquiries from theaa'as to It value yaod Ita authenticity wltV blgh scorn. ' ' His employer, after a week of bask Ims Ift.ltB radlaao, asked Bam) ate J t Its history. r "Sam," he said, "to it a real dia mond?" ' "Wall," said 8am, "If It ain't IT been skua ov( ef.a naif dollar." fudce. ' ' ..;- . '-. .1 ..:'.. . 1 11 ' mmi tAyj The ftepublkftti-Frogresslve Plat farm. FJrst. Wc widorso all (he steps which have been taken by the "Coun ty Republican and Progressive Exec utive Committees, loading up to and Including the call for this conven tion to formulate a platfbrm upon which candidates for the various, conn ty offices and member of the, House of Representatives are to appeal to voters of Ohio county for support at the coming November election, under the Republican emblem, believing that It Is best for those who may en tcr.the General Primary, to know" what may be expected of them Jir advance, and fair to the people of the county to know Just where their candidates stand, ujon all questions of public ,lnterest. Second. We favor rigid economy In the conduct ' of all the business of the county to the end that tax es may be reduced to the lowest pos sible rate, realizing that we are bur dened by the present high taxes, Stale, county and town. Third. As a matter of economy and In the interest of a better business sjstcin, we favor placing the Fiscal affairs of the county in ,ine hands of a commission to be com posed of three persons to bei "chos en by the voters from the county,, at large; believing that the finances of the county can bqtter be handled by a smaller number of men, who can be chosen entirely jfith their business quallflcatons In, view. Un der, this arrangement the ,offce of Justice of the Peace would not be detracted from, but Its powers for usefulness In the maintenance of or der, In the various magisterial dis tricts would be far greater. Fourth. The office of county as sessor should be abolished, and the duties of that official performed by men chosen by the County Board of Commissioners, for each magisterial district. Fifth. The people of Ohio county deserves better roads and we pledge the candidates who may be nominated upon this platform if elect ed, to exercise their utmost powers to Inaugurate a system which shall bring about this desired end in the speediest and best possible way. Sixth. We pledge our hearty sup port in behalf of every effort to Im prove our schools, for better build ings, more perfect sanitary conditions a course in agriculture for every high school, and an agricultural experi ment farm located In the county. Seventh. Our sympathies are 'with tho farmers In their efforts to? obtain better prices for their pro ducts, and especially do' we sym pathize with the tobacco growers of Ohio county andpledgo them our support In' their efforts to maintain an organization, whereby they may secure a Just reward for the toll given by them to the production of this crop. We realize thut the struggle is an unequal one and If nec essary, we pledge tuem our support talnlng public warehouses, through wiilch they may hold their tobacco un til the buyers see fit to accord them fair treatment. Eighth. During the last twelve months the county has bepn Im poverished and actual suffering has been brought about among the coal miners on account of ' slack work, charged, to the failure of the railroad to furnish sufficient cais. In order that this evil may be remedied we Heart Disease Almost Fatal to Young Girl "My daughter, Oien tl.lrtcen yeari old, was stricken with heart trouble. 8he was eo bad we had to placq hrr bed ntur a window so she could set her breath. On doctor said, "'Poor child, she la likely to fall dead any time.' A friend told me Dr. Miles' Heart Itemedy had cured her father, ho 1 tried It, and the began to Im prove. She took u creat many bot tles, but he Is npared to .me to-' day, a rat, roiy cheeked girl. No one can Imagine the confidence I have In Dr. MlletT Heart Remedy." A. R. CANON, Worth, Mo. The unbounded confidence Mr. Caffon has in Dr. Miles' Heart Rem edy is shared by thousands of others who know its vahie from experience. Many heart di'soWeri yield to treatment, if tic treatment is right. If you are bothered with v short breath, fairitinfe spefls, swell ing1 of feet or ankles,- pains about the heart and 'shoulder 'blades, pal pitation, weak and hungry' spells, you should begin using Dr. Miles' J Hegrt Remedy at once. Profit by the experience of others while you may. , Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy Is sold and guaranteed by all druggieta. ' , "'" T MILKS MEDICAL 'CO., "Elkhart, las' i-. : 1 .! ,3 . ' .. - - -. Ipledpe our candidate for member of 'the House of Representatives to sup port a measure enlarging the powers 'of the State Railroad Commission 'and raflklng It the duty of ,salil Com 'mission to require all railroads to (fdrnLph a sufficient number of cars, without dJscrlmlration, to handle the output of coal promptly, that the miners may have steady work, and we also pledge our support for any other wise measure, having for Ita object relief from this Intolerable sit uation. I Ninth. We condemn the present 'Democratic administration of Ken tucky for It cxtravaganco through Increase of salaries, creation of count less, needless offices, and enormous appropriations which havo resulted in the largest State debt In many years, and which Is sure to re quire -an Increase lu taxation through some sform. We condemn It for its passage of the Confederate pension bill and It refusal to pay these men, many of whose claims have ibecnt proven for. months, under the pretext that the bill Is unconstitution al, although having appointed offi cials under the 'act, who arc draw ing their' salaries. We condemn it for It failure to place the Penal In stitutions of the State under a non partisan commisslo'h; refusal to pass a workman's compensation act; a corrupt-jractlce act; and for lowering the sejjfei-per capita. Wc also con demn tne unanimous tendency of the State officials, from Governor down, to play politics, by looking ahead for some other Job, Instead of look ing after the vital Interests of the people of the State, whom they are sworn to serve. Tenth. Our candidate for memner of the House of Representatives, who may be nominated upon this 'platform, should he be selected by the people In the final election, Is instructed and pledged to vote for the following lavis: "A measure embodying the Initia tive and referendum. The recall for all State, District and County officials. An amendment to the Primary Election Law, providing for the elec tion of delegates to National conven- tlons, and for the selection of all party committeemen An amendment to the Primary Elec tlon Law, providing that where ther is only one candidate of any party at the close ot the time limit, the selection mrty bo made' through that party's committee. An amendment to the Election Law permitting any candidate to have the benefit of the votes ot all parties fwhich may support his candidacy by having his name placed under more than one device upon the ballot. The repeal of the odious registra tion certificate law, which in every election has made easy the corrup tion of the ballot wherever certifi cates are required. 9 A measure prohibiting the use of money,wlth which to corrupt vot ers, and disfranchising any one who may sell or buy votes. A corrupt practice act. Workman's compensation law. A measure placing our penal Institu tions under control ot a nonpar tisan commission. Repeal of the hunter's tax. Repeal of the dog tax. Abolishment of many needless of fices created by tho labt session of the legislature. v A measure reforming the taxing system of the State which will placp the burdens of taxation where they properly belong, Instead of upon the men who own small homes and visi ble property, not easily evaded In the assessment. A law giving ho people of Kentucky equal advantages with those of the Stales North of us, by compelling the railroads to gle us 'the benefit of 2 ceutB per mllo. passenger rate. Upon all other matters not specl- flcally mentioned herein, our candi date is directed to vote In the Interest of progress, and tor the general wel fare of all our people. 4 Upon this declaration of principles the members of this convention pledge their hearty support to the candidates who may be nominated at the general primary elcctlon.tlrst Saturday In August next, under, the Log Cabin, for the various offices to be voted for lu Ohio county at the coming November election. Respectfully submitted, A, D. KIRK, M.fL. HEAVJUN, J. A. LEACH, . . ,S. L. STEVENS, ' w. r. edge; .1 H. L. CARTER, ', Committee- It would surprise you to know of the great good thai is being done by Chamberlain's Tablets. Darius Down- ey, of Newbergj Junction, N, "B., writes, "My wife has been using Chamberlain's Tablets and finds them very, effectual and doing her lots "of, good." t you have any. trou ble with your stomach or bowels give them a trial. For sale by all dealers, t ' - 1 I a pw .-, 1, i.i.ntT- m&smmmj)!"" -, ,, , iiiwawrri7WIT1H 1 1 .1 I "T"""FSSSSSSSSSSsl TsT msi 1 ' rur-rirmrr" IftW " "' "-'! TflT ft'ji'aMii iisMi,,;- , , ft,--. -TjBBM THs'sffsBssssssssssI "-..,- L j. . ,1. v I-.- -V. -, , i , - ' M t , , .BBssssssssssssssssssssssssssssI wi' ' I ' ' sWtfSMrt V ' 'yWIIFW ill iiJsjsjMsMMiggSJBSjStTlsMsBM ofe.io couotr Circuit Court T. F. Blrkhcad, Judge; Ben D. Rlngo, Attorney; W. P. .Mldkitr, Jailer; U. (1. Harms, Clerk; E. K. Blrkhcad, Master Com missioner; li. T. Collins, Trustee Jury Fund: T. H. Black, Sheriff, Hartford. Deputies S. O. Keown, Beaver Dam; U. P. Jones, Route 6, Hartford; W. C. Earp, Roslnc. Cqurt convene first .Monday In February and continues three weeks,- 'third Monday In April, two weeks,', third Monday in October two weeks.' County Court R. It. Wedding, Judge; W. S. Tlnsley, Clerk; C. E. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. 'Court convenes first Monday In each month. Quarterly Court Begins on the fourth Monday In February, Mny, AugtrU and November. Court of Clnlmtj Convenes first Tuesday In January and first Tues day In October. Other County Officers C. S. Mox ley, Survcjor, Fordsvlllc, Ky R. F. D. No. 2; Bernard Felix, Asses sor,. Hartford, Ky.. It. F. D. No. 2; Henry Leach, Superintendent Hart ford; Dr. A. B. Riley, Coroner, Hart ford. JUSTICES' COURTS. ' Leslie Combs, Hartford, Tuesday after 3rd .Monday in March, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In June, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In September, Tues day after 3rd, Monday In December. John H. Miles, Rock port, Friday after 3rd Monday in March, Friday after 3rd Monday in June, Friday after 3rd Monday In September, Friday after 3rd Monday in De cember. O. E. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In March, Wed nesday after 3rd Monday In June, .Wednesday after 3rd Monday In Sep tember, Wednesday after 3ia Mon uay lu December. John 11.. Miles, Rockport, Friday after 3rd Monday vk M.irch, Fricay after 3rd Monday in June, Friday after 3rd Monday in September, Fri day after 3rd Monday In December. J. C. Jackson, Ccntertown, Sat urday after 3rd Monday In March, Saturday after 3rd .Monday In June, ISaturday after 3rd Monday In Sep tember, Saturday after 3rd Monday In December. M. C. Cook, Renfrow, Tuesday af ter 2nd ,lcjiday In March, Tuesday after- 2nd Monday In May, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In August, Tues day after 2nd Monday In November. Thomas Sanders, Olaton,' Wednes day after the second Monday, la March, Wednesday after 2nd Monday In May, Wednesday after 3rd Monday' In August, Wednesday after 2nd Mdn- ( Grant Pollard, 'Fordsvllle, Tuesday uay in November, after 2nd. Monday in March. Thurs day after 2nd Monday lu May, Thurs day after 3rd Monday In August, Thursday after 2nd Monday In No vember. t J. L. Patton, Ralph, Friday after 2nd Monday In Murch, Friday after 2nd Monday In May. Friday after 3rd Monday In August, Friday after 2nd Monday in November. HARTFORD .POLICE COURT. C. M. Crowe, Judge;. John B. Wil son,, .City .Attorney; Jf. P. Stevens. Marshal; Court convenes second Mon day in each month. City Council J. H. Williams. May or; R. T. Collins, Clerk; E. P. Thom as, Treasurer,. Members of Council Robert Hoover, J B. Taylor. J. H. B. Carson, Er P. Moore, Fred Cooper, W. J. Bean. School Trustees Dr. E. B. Pendle ton, Chairman; W. H. Barnes, Secre tary; Dr. J. W. Taylor, W. S. Tlnsley aud J. D.Duko. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. , M. E. Church, South Services morning and evening every first and third Sunday In each month. Sun day school yM5 a. m. Prayer nicot ine uvorv Wednesday nxnntnir. llnv. Savllle, pastor. Baptist Church Services morning and evening every second and fourth Sunday in each month. Sunday school 9:45 a. ni. Prayer meeting every Wed nesday evening. Rev. English, pastor. Christian Church Services every fourth Sunday at 11 a,. mt and 7.' p. m. Sunday school ii.30 a. m. Elder W. B. Wright pastor. Cumberland Presbyterian Church Sunday school 'every Sunday at 9:45 a. m. SECRET SOCIETIES. Hartford Lodge No. 675, F, and A. M. meets every first Monday night lu each month. M. L. Heavrln, W. M.; Owpn Hunter. Secretary. Harfford Chapter No. 84 O. E. S. meets every second and fourth Mon day evenings. Miss Anna J. Patton, W. M.; Jas. H." Williams, W. B.; M1b8 Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. Rough River Lodge No. 110 Knights of Pythias meets every Tuesday even ing. W. F. Anderson, C. C; J. Ney Foster. K. of R. & S. Hartford Tent No. 99, K. 0. T. M. meets every first and third Thursday nights. R. T. Collins, Commander; L. P. Foreman, Record 'Keeper. Acme Lodge No. 339 I. O, O. F. meets every second and fourth Fri day nights In each mouth. U, M. Bar nott, Noble Grand; W. R. Hedrlck, Secretary. Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. .W. meets eer aocond and fourth Sat urday nlgl.ts in each month, Leslie Ue.sinetv Council Commander; W. C Wallace, .Clerk. , , Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. 0. T. M., meets every first and third Friday nights In each month. Mrs; Attye Griffin, Lady Commander; Mrs. Lula Pendleton, Lady Record Keeper. Keystone Chapter No. 110, R. A. M meets every third Saturday night In each month. John T. Moore 'High Priest; W. S.' Tinsloy, Secretary. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQU.TY. National Offfcers President, Ira M. J. Chryst, Hudson, Wis.; V. Presi dent, S. B. Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.: Secretary & Treas'., H. G. Tanlf, Wau sau, Wis. , Sta,te Officers PrcsldentrJ. .H. Mc Connell, Prlnceon, Ky.; Vice Presi dent, J. If. Burney, Muhlenberg Co.; Secretary A Treas., S. B. Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T. H. Bali main, Hartford, Ky. . ' Members State Executive Board- Ben Watson, Webster county; J. W. Dunn. Daviess county,-' Henry Plrtie, Ohio county; 3. I. Ray,. Hardin .coun- ty; C. G. Davenport, Warren county. Ohio county officers L. U.' Tlch cnor, President; Henry Plrtlo, Sec retary; S. B. Bennett, Treasurer. COUNTY BOARD OF'KDUCATION. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford, Ky, 1. L. B. TIchcnor, Hartford, R. F. D. No. 5. 2. E. C, Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. 3. M. S. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. 4. 11. L. Alford, Whlto Run, Ky. 5. Richard Pluininers Taylor Mines, Kentucky. (UlfJ5Br.lYlilL Otto C. Martin Attorney ajt Law HAJITFORD, KY. Will practice his profetalon In this and adjoining counties. Commercial and Criminal Iraci(M a Specialty. Barnes & Smith Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, fa. Miiaara. W. H. Dams and (i E. Smith announce Uuut 'Uwy hayo funn a iarUn-shi!p toe thej gotK-rul iroc tice of law, exoipt criminal and dlvor casus, Mr. Smith bulag .Ooititty Atbw Dejr Is prevented from practicing such cooes. Mr. Barms Willi Individually accept ftuoh practloe. Offkvia la Hartford Republican building, Hurt tord. K- ARTHUR D. KIRK Attorney at Law HARTFORD, - KY. ASSOCIATED WITH M. L. HEAVR1N This office Is equipped for hand ling Commercial I -aw and Collection Items as well as other legal antl liti gated matters. Practlco In nil the courts.. Prompt and vigorous service. M. L..Hearln'a Office. J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public Ohio County ' HARTFORD. KY. AH Mutters Given Prompt Atten tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS SPECIALTY. I AM (PREPARED , To do any kind of Veterina ry work. Horses, mules and cows need not die for want of attention. Calls answered day or night. W. H. RILEY Veterinary Surgeon Hartford, Ky. , - Electric Bitters Succeed when' everything else fans. 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