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   Portsmouth Weekly Times (Newspaper) - June 24, 1916, Portsmouth, Ohio                                PA8E TWU Itortemoutb XVXRT 8ATTODAY. THE PORTSMOUTH TIMES SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1016. fVBUSHIHG COMPANY ud Front Streoto. _-_ TALLU HABOLD, Attend Fortofflw Poruowth. 0. u Second Clui mtil COUNTY n tttt. Anna Otkos, of Kushtown, vititor to Portsmouth, Wed- "hesday. Mr. and Mrs, Harvey Jackson are rhoring from Kushtown to Ports- mouth. Oliver Collins, of Dry Run, lost a fine horse Tuesday night, it dying shortly after bursting a blood vessel. Mrs. C. A. Frazier and children, ..Carrie, Charles and Clyde, of Ports- mouth, have returned home after a wok with their father, George Kennedy, at Friendship. Alex Leonard, aged 65 years, of Lucasville, who is sick and desti- tute, was committed to the county infirmary Wednesday. George Denning, a Pond Creek storekeeper, while walking along a road three ground- hogs on the L. ZneSe place. lie chased them and succeeded in kill- ing one of the number. Sirs. August Etterling, of "Wait's Station, is waiting her sister, Mrs Taughtcrs, at Kushtown. Mrs. Park-Mills and daughter, Dorothy, of Portsmouth, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Gleim, of Pino Creek. The C. C. Glub of the .West Side vas delightfully entertained at he home of Miss Edna lewis Vednesday afternoon. The after- loon was spent in needlework and during the business session Miss lazel Eapp gave a very interest- ng reading: on the "All Around Girl.' Also a beautiful piano solo vas rendered by Miss Eeulah Briggs: Miss Edna was assisted 'by her ister, Dorothy in serving refresh- ments. Those, present "were: Misses, Grace Jenkins, Hazel Kapp, Ben-, ah and. Margaret Briggs, Jessie and Ilalcie Hachi'ord and Edna jewis. The next meeting will be at the home of Miss Beulah and Margaret Briggs. Misses Ailecn, Rebecca, Avancll and Price Sherman, of. Wait's Sta- tion, motored to Portsmouth Thurs- day on business. Walter Brown of the Browr farm, Roekville, has sold his Fore automobile to Will Hayes, of .Vanceburg, Ky. E. 0. Jones and W. C. Fergusor of the Jones-Ferguson Co., o. Portsmouth, were iu Buena Vista Wednesday attending the funera of Mrs. Sadie Jacobson. i Jliss Either Pcitameyor, of casville, entertained for her Miss Kuth Nau, gf Columbus, with a party Tuesday evening. The ev- ening was spent in games aud mu- sic after which refreshments of ice cream and cake were served. Those present were Misses Mar- garet Millar, Rayita Brisker; Sal- lie Davis, Marie Purdy, Mildrqd Miles, Nell Cook, Madaimo Smith, Lucy Smith, Lottie Clark, Jennie Sp'riggs, Stella Spriggs, liorairie Brant, Florence Cock roll, Florence Shultz, Laura Klin hler, Grace Doll, Fannie Taylor, Hazel MeKinley, Ruth Nau, Es- ther Peitsmeyer and licv. and Mrs. Peitsmeyer, Madge Bice, Nell Carley and Inez Allen.. RUSHTOWN Mr. and 5Irs. Charles Prose and son Dau, and daughter. Charlotte, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kedouty and son, Ernest, Jr., and.little daugh- ter Geneva, Mr. and. Mrs. Alex Lovey and sous Joseph auc Charles, and Jlr. Joseph Lovey St., motored to McCullougU last Sunday to spend the day .with their former pastor, llev. Father Mertian. All .went with well- filled baskets, and all enjoyed a dinner with Father Mertian >nce more. They found him very John ilosser, Charles Geo. Mathiott and Mr. ivnd Mrs. "U'csley lielfl, of were visi- srs to Portsmouth, George Hoover and family, of 'ine Creek, motored to Ironton Sun- ay in their Ford touring car. They isited relatives. 3Irs. "William Hast, of Ports- noiith, is spending the week with ler daughter, Mrs. Frank Besco, of Lick Hun. Herbert Rose, of Ironton, who las been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Seorge-Hoover, at Powcllsvillc, las returned. Marion Manlt is quite ill at his home at Waits Station. Clifford Turner, of Waits Sta- tion, is busy cutting wheat. Mrs. Frank Adams, of Waits Station, who was recently oper- ated on for appendicitis, is get- ting along nicely. Mrs. William Jenkins, who lias been critically ill at her home near Lucusville, was reported bet- ter Wednesday. Henry Harcmi, of Buena Vista, was a visitor in Portsmouth Tues- day. Will, Tatman, a well knowi West Side was a visitoi in the city Tuesday. Mrs. A. j. Hawk, of Lexington ty., and Mrs. Virgil Thazton, o: lallipolis, will be the guests of "Mrs. M, M. Thomas, of Lucasville Thursday. Mrs. .Minnie Gordon, of Prich ard, W. Va., who is ill at the home of her mother, Mrs; B. F. Gentry of Lucasville, is improving rapidly. B. F. Gentry, N. W. agent a [j.icasvillc, who has 'been oft' dutj several days suffering with rheu matism, was greatly improves Wednesday. Mrs. Fred Egbert and sons, ant 'Mrs. Fred lluth and daughter were the guests of Mr. and Mrs Daniel Egbert, of Miller's Rui Tuesday. James Burns, of Miller's Rui made a business trip to mouth Wednesday. Ports 0. B. Gould, of Goodman, W. Va. Sunday OH his Frnnklin Furnace. fnrm Orville Hylnml, of Portsmouth spent Sunday with his parents, !Mr and -Mrs. A. J. Hylnnd, of Frank lin Furnacu. The Misses Madge Bice, Nell Carley and Inez Allen of Lucas- yille, were guests at the party given by Miss Esther Peitsmeyer of Lucasville, Tuesday.evening in honor of Miss Ruth Nau of Co- lumbus. Clyde Herdman, 30, farmer, of HcGaw was married Wednesday to Miss Anna Nolder, daughter of Mrs. James Nolder of Buenn Vis- 'ta. Herdman is a son of Mrs. Jane Herdman. The couple were mar- ried by Rev. A. K. Murphy. They will reside at McGsw. Lee Leedom, tobacco salesman of Portsmouth, was in Bncna A'ista on business Wednesday. Clara DeYoss of Roekville, near Buena Vista, and Clay Ilalderman of Vuena Vista were married in Vanceburg, Ky., Tuesday. Ora Dutiel has sold 40 acres of his farm land in Vernon township jo Frederick Dnticl. The later ha sold Ora Dutiel one acre of an- other tract in Vernou township. S. Ruby, son of Mr. and Mrs Isaac Ruby of near Harrisom-illc was taken to the Hempstead hos pital, Thursday to be operated 01 for appendicitis. Ben Applcton, Of Dry Hun, is mourning the loss of a valuable mare. The animal died from the effects to "pink eye." Mrs. E. L. Woinach and son of Grecnup spent. Sunday with Dr. and Mrs. Morris of Fiillerton, Ky. Dr. aud Mrs. N. Hopkins and jaby, of Friendship, were visitors n Portsmouth Tuesday. I.yman Wood, of Dayton, is risit- IIR- friends nt Lucasville for it few lays. The Ladies' Aid Society of Ihc church at Luensvillc have :m nftcrnoon tea nl the homt: of .Mrs. James Alipol. on tin- Jlilncr furin. war Lnciasville. All members arc urged to be present. Fred Ruth of. Miller's Run, lade a business trip to Ports- loiith Tiiesdty. of Pine Creek, were guests of rela- ives in Portsmouth, Sunday. The Young People's Society of tho M. E. church, Dogwood Ridge, will meet at the homo of. William Jenkins Wednesday evening. All members are urged to bo -present. A hospital, took dinner with Mr. splendid program' 7, T. Beloiifand Mr. and J. IT. Brant, storekeeper at Lii- asville, was a business .visitor to 'ortsinouth, Tuesday. Storekeeper G. 0. Stockhnm and amily, of Friendship, Sunday it the homo of his brother, Charles Stockham, of Sandy Springs, Adams ounty. Misses. Lyda, Mary aud Opal Hill, of the West Side, aro visiting their ister, Mrs. G. P. Denning, of Pond Misses Leona and Esther Oakes mil an enjoyable tiiW Frank Brant of Lucasville was a business visitor in Portsmouth Tuesday. Mrs. J. D. MeKinley of Stock- dale, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cockrell of Lucas- ville. Mrs. Graudvillo Picklesimer, of Dogwood Ridge, who was recently operated on, is getting along nice- Mr, and Mrs. Charles Shela and son Charles, of Portsmouth, have returned home after spending sev- eral days with Mr. and Mrs. Wes- ley Shela at the Crystal fru" farm on Dogwood Ridge. SCIOTOVILLE SCIOTOVILLE Friends of Ho.ward Hutchens, son of and Mrs; J. W. iutchens, .will be glad to learn that he is able to be out among ,iis many playmates again after an illness of several days. Mrs. E. E. Hacquard's Sunday school class of the M.-E. -church will give a bake sale at Wiseman's Saturday afternoon at o'clock. Home made pieSj cake and bread :will be on sale. Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Banner and sons -motored to Ironton Thurs- day. Mr. and Mrs. Lafc Snook and children arc spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Court- right of Linwood. Theasel Bcsco, of Main street, ill with the John O'Brien, of Henley, i mouring the disappearance of valnnblc Shepherd dog. "Miss Pearl Bricicer, of Lucnsville, leave for Snrclinin Wednesday to visit relatives for about six weeks. Miss Uuth Nau, of Columbus, is the guest nf Miss Esther Peitsmeyer, of Lucusville, this week. continues measles. Mrs. George Lemon, of Main street, had as guests Thursday, her mother, 1frs. I. J. Emory, of South Webster, her annt Mrs. William Beekinan and Mrs. Clyde Hogan of Portsmouth- Work on Dr. J. W. Hutchens' uew home is progressing rapidly. He is also building a fine garage m the back of the lot on Market street. Miss Katie Rowley and Miss Martha Beutley were shopping in Portsmouth, Wednesday. Miss Jlarthn of Main rtreet, will leave for Cincinnati Friday to visit relatives for sev- eral days. Ira C. Farney, of this place, has sold to Adolpll Bauer part of .lot 60 and lots fil, 62, 63, 64 and 65 in Farney addition. Bauer bought Ihe lots as an investment. Mrs. Ruth JJcNulin, of Wellston and her'-brother, Johi Mathiott of Logan. Mrs. Ella Walden delightfullj entertained Mrs. Bess Turner's Sunday school class at her home on Main street Tuesday afternoon with a porch and lawn party: The afternoon was. spent in variom games, including a beau hunt ant Mrs. Esther Pimicy winning th first prize, a vanity case, am Mrs. Harrietts Manuel winning the booby all day suck or. A program was rendered a: follows: Piano Solo, Mrs. Esther Finney Vocal Solo, Mrs. W. C. John ion. Reading Lilliai Munn. Piano Solo, Maurita Sikes. Reading, Mrs. Bes Turner. Vocal Solo, Mrs. Doreu Calli ban. Piano Solo, Mrs. Winmfrc Bennett. After the program refreshment of ice cream and cake were serve 'by Misses Pauliue, Ruth and Cath c'rine Walden. The favors wei- red carnations. Those present were Jlcsdame Mayme fiiggin! Marv Powell', Until Stout. Alia Tost, Delia Hae qnard. Anna Belle Creamei Maude Brant, Lola Mai-ting, Ann Williams, Clara Walden, Harriett 'Manuel, Winnifred Bennett, Bes Turner, Laura Hood, Catherin Bahner, Ruth Newman, Jenni Dcver, Lora lioskings, Esther Fin ncy Marie E. Sikes, Ella Walden Doren Callihan, Charles Fitcl and Mrs. Wade'home for a reek's visit. Mrs. Robert Oliver of Market treet, was a visitor to Portsmouth [onday. George Lemon, contractor, was dven the contract Monday to uild a line eight room Colonial ouse for T. Q. Shump on East fain street. Mr. Lemon will be- in the work at once. Mrs. Iva Campbell and son, .ay, of Portsmouth, spent Sun- ay with Mr, and Mrs. John Du- endeck of Broadway street. "Bud" Whitt, sou of Mr. aiid Irs. Charles Whitt of Short street has been quite ill is able to he ut again. Alex Leonard, an old resilient of was removed to tire firraary. Tiicsilay. for'.tlie lictte' ilrs- e as an JIUCMUH-MI. Samuel A. 'Brock and wife have Addison Taylor and Miss hlenor sold lot S3 in Farney addition to Bvron M. Cochrane, street car Ircatment of an ulcerated limb. Howard of Ironton, will arrive Thursday to visit .Mr. iind JIVs. John Stakcr, of I'owellsville, for a weeks. The funeral of Andrew Jack- son I'jvaiiR, who (lied nt the home of his daughter, Mrs. Lnclla Ev- ans, of Third street, Saturday, took place from the Friendship Methodist church, Monday after- 10011 and was largely, attended. Kuria! took place in the Friend- ship cemetery. Mrs. lliihi Kton-r and if Portsmouth, arc visiting Call, of Lick Kun. their mother. day evening for the purpose ot ,lf Milin strcct. eonlVrrin.ir the Master Mason or _ n Unlslcad 11 M. Warren Turner, of Uok linn, will! her .Mrs. Sarah llanin and l.iirrllia Courtripht, of Whcclcrelmrir. Frank Bcscn, a Lii-k Him fiirmer. Re-v. Green Willis of Powells s (1) Tille, Will preach Sunday morning wednesdav. evening at the Dogrvvood _____ Hidgc church. _Mrs Kris.-hc. "f l.i'-k K.i The Young People's Society have charge of the first part of the services in the evening, led by Misses Temperance Sherman iind Fannie Etterling. John Bow- ser of Portsmouth, will give a talk on the "Young People's Work" at the meeting. The Junior class of the M. E. Sunday School at Lucasville, will give a picnic Saturday afternoon on the Lucasville hill. Mrs. Claude Hartman is the teacher of the class. W. H. Tripp. of South Webster, continues to recover a little each was .shopping in Portsmouth. Weil- two serious surgical operations he recently underwent. Waller Dutiel. of King's Mills, is visiting Mr. aud Mrs. of Dogwood Uidc'c. Todd. enterlaiucd Xii's's Lillian Mun'ii of Aydcn, N. C.. and Jay 3. Khlcrs. of Colum- bus, at 6 o'clock dinner Thursday evening. Miss .Belle Jenkins, of Gephart Station, is spending a few days with Mrs. Julius Faye of Broad- way street. Raymond Fiillerton. of Ilunt- ington, W. Va., is spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Bailey of Jackson street. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bcsco, of anil J-IL-U I he Masons ol the Lneasville Wednesday lodge met in special .session mntbcr. Mrs. Martha third degree on C'arl Appcl. Tiifi-c about thirty-five mem- bers present. About twelve mem- bers of Ihc Portsmouth ludj-'t' wen', present. After conferring the de- Mrs. W. B. Halsluad and daugh- ter Francis, of Main street, were visitors to Portsmouth, Wcdncs- lianqili't stn-li as is usually served by the Lucasville lodge. They adjourned al ten o'clock, hoping lo have many more good times in the near future. Watkins. of town guests were Mrs. C. Johnson, of Williams burs, W. Mrs. Bos Turner; Munn, o Ayden. N. C., guest of Mrs. Ann Raynor, and Mrs. Anna Browi of Farmington, W. Va., guest o Mrs. Ella Walden. Sikes, Lor and Jack lioskings. Brent an Jack Finney, Steven and Rut Stewart, Joe Brant. Gerald Fit gins, Wilma Yost, Emerson pre, Helen Ellesessor, Virgnu Callihan and Catherine, Paulin Ruth, TIarriettc. Louis, Horai and Jack Waldeu. Mrs. J. W. Itiitcheiis an mother, Mrs. Olio Hutchens, o Cincinnati, were calling on friem' at Portsmouth, Tuesday. Mrs. Lawrence Allan! and so Stewart spent Tuesday with Mr Mrs Salina Kent has returned Noah Bender of to her home in Portsmouth after spending several days with her son, W.' R. Kent. C. II. Whitt, chairman, A.. M. Turner, Alfred Fcwkcs and W. B. lalstcad. members of the Board of Education, met at the high school building Tuesday evening Hiss Lizzie Hollow, who is of Mrs. L. P. Schneider, of id Kiilgc. is suffering with grip. Tho. roads in the vicinity of Pine Ihe "speeding" of new automo- biles recently purchased and dc- nftcr Ma.dt returned S. C., .vivks with nirchascd a Ford touring car of Rase, another faithful user of her father. M. Maull, of (icplmrt Jtrs. Emmaline Turner of Wait Station is visiting her sou, Joseph Turner at Portsmouth. Mrs. Albert Bmmott of Scioto- villc, spent Thursday with her parents, Air. and Jlrs. Charles llammcrstein at Gejihnrt Station. John Fritz, of: Dogwood Eidfie, made a business I rip to Pikclon, -AYednesday. Wilbur Harris, of Blue Creek, Adams county, is the guest of Portsmouth relatives. 'ivcd a Ford touring car Satur- day from the 1'niversal Motor company, of Portsmouth. IJCD l-rcil ofWailsS.at.o., lo PorlMilonth, Dr. Dan of l.ni-asville. is laking a week's vai-atiuu. llo will visit bis miithiM1. Mrs. Web- ster, at Wi'Jt-rloo, and I'riruds al llulltingloil. W. Va. He is mak- roadstcr In- puridiaM-d. Frank Sivcariiigiu, ot' tlio Side, is reported seriull.sly i 'ived a Ford tounnp day. eiistcr. was a professional visi- r to Portsmouth, Tuesd school class at the home of Mi Gladys Powell of Short strec Thursday evening. All menihe ore urged to be present. Mrs. Gaynell Watkins and Mi Amasetta I'rii-c were shopping school building nicsnay cveimis mil went, over bids opened Tues- Portsmouth, Tuesday, lay iKion for the building of a addition to Ihc present ligh school building. Rittcr and intos. architects, were present. Nothing could be done in the way of deciding on any one. contract, is all bids bad not been tabulated. Following arc bidders on the work: General Contract, A. II. Clark, Cincinnati; L. C. Poling, Parkcrsburg, W. Va.; L. Ty- rol and Son, Charleston, W. V.; Baker and Taylor Building Com- pany, Cincinnati; F. Carson, Portsmouth: Bradley and Com- pany, Portsmouth; Portsmouth Construction Company. Healing aud J. Ciillum and Company, Portsmouth W. A. Mrs. Elmer Borcn and cliildn returned home after spending se cral weeks with her sister, Mi James Williamson at. Columbus. Mrs. Charles Brock is quite at her home on Woodland avcnli Mrs. Ernest Rowley has rctur cd home after spending sever days with her mother at Ironton K. A. Stcdman. contractor, w a business visitor to I'ortsmont Wednesday. Miss Marjoric and Lillian Pnri of Center street, wore shopping When .You Haw A.Culd.. Give it attention, avoid cxposu be regular and careful of yo 1-t.imouth, Wednesday. Wilbur Stout, .returned to Co- mbus; Tuesday, after spending rernl days with his mother, rs: Kuth 'Stout ot Main street. Miss Lucy.Lynn, assistant sup- iiitendent of the llempstead rs. Ed Hotter of Eastern avenue onday evening. Miss Elizabeth Burke, nurse at e Hempstead hospital, took din- r with her parents, Mr. and rs. T. 3. Burke of Jackson reet. Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Van. Meter Portsmouth, spent Sunday ith Mr. and Mrs. Carr Brock, Jackson street. Mrs. John Stout of Eastern is visiting relatives in entucky, this -week. G..Hannah of Jack- ii street, shopping, in ortsmouth, Monday. Mrs. Gaynell Watkins and aughter, Pauline, and Mrs.'Isaac rice of Jackson, street were vis- ing friends and relatives at ortsmouth, Monday. Miss Emma'Ketter of Market reet, has returned home after lending several weeks with her stray'' Mrs. Ella Graf ton, of ayton. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Wade anc iniily, of Ashland, Miss Louise ode' and Elbert Mitchell, oJ M. Andre. The Jolly Six Kensington Club net at the home of Mrs. M. F. .Mackoy, Wednesday afternoon, with most of the members pres- Tho afternoon was spent in lecdle work and social chat, after which refreshments were served and a very enjoyable time was spent by all. Carl Bremgartner of Ports- mouth, is spending the week with his aunt, Mrs. Eva Diidmt. Mrs. E. J. Bell is spending a few days with her nephew, Turner, at Huutington, W. va. Mrs. J. C. Mackoy and ter, Charlotte Elizabeth, are ing their mother, Mrs. Herman Held at Gephart Station. George Schneider made a ness trip'to Cincinnati, Wednes- day. M rs. B. F. Brightwell was shop. ping in Portsmouth, Wednesday. Mrs. Steven Hansgen, of near WhcclerSburg, was shopping in Portsmouth, Wednesday. CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS Chicago, June 22. southwest anil the akness ot cables toilav eased Ihe heat market here were at hand thai ttie harvest in Oklahoma hail made. Rood progress and that Hie citiillly of the gran, was muck heavier than last year. Bearish crop reports from Nebraska were also "opening prices, which ranged from u to lower with July at. tlfi-A to 8103 and Sept. to Sl.05% were followed a further decline, ami then by a rally, which, however, was not well maintained. Complaints ot loo much ran, north- west and lateness of Ihc spring crop tended to cause reactions from Ihe OUC ana imicucu, iti.L..-.. at averhill were Sunday guests of fmlsk "o "r. and Mrs. William Harsh. Ger- ,elll !ower Wiih July and 5ep- Id and Violet Harsh accompanied t'ember at Corn tradrrs were afraid of the iin- weather and were not pressing salrs. After opening off to higher, the market, sagged a little. hater Hie market averaged lower with wheat. The close was steady at phfuln to decline. Offerings of oals .were notably scarce. in the December op- on Prices hardened accordingly. Provisions lacked support. About the only buying was from shorts. OPENING PRICES Chicago, June Sept. Dec. (ions, at G.06c; centrifugal 6.27e: mo- asses "i.50c; refined quiet, fine lalrd T.OSc. Sugar futures opened easier to selling by trade interests hut later ral- lied on better news from sjmi mar- ket artd al noon prices were 2 to 7 points lower. Closed steady, six points jo i lower. Sales tons. .Inly Sept. Dec. 5.14c. OHIO STOCKS Columbus, Jimp City Senicc, common. 30i (o 30fi: Oily Sen-ice, preferred Ohio Cit- ies Gas, common GASOLINE AND ALCOHOL Cincinnati, June 03 per.cent GSc; denatured IPS p-rcf-nt 650. wagon 2k; TH per cent 29c. SPOT COTTON York. Juno .-otlpn steady; middling uplands i3.45c: f 1G2 bales. DC rrffllllir illlU Clark. Limn 0.; h. h. Ilciw-.ki-, j. taking Dr. Xiiiipsvillr, 0- New Discovery. It oon- :rnl Service Comi-any. Ports-, Antiseptic Oils L OIIIIS .11 i prllllf) firfls seronils 29% i wlinle milk fnnev wins and flats 18Vifl7 tio choief Sc; liriek fancy, ehoice IPe .'ic; liniliitrger hand cheese T. gathered extras 2fle; di firsts WMjc; do firsts, free, ease: Poultry--Live fowls IS'-ifi ItV; lo old white in small a bn- uilhnnt port Political Announcements WILLP.HAYNES JACKSON, OHIO. FOR STATE SENATOR Subject to Democratic Primary Seventh District of Ohio Republican Candidate For State Senator In The 7th Senatorial District- We Announce the Name of Hon. J. A. Shrivcr of as a Republican for Slate Senator at the Primary to be held Augiw 1916. Adams county has not MA Jtatc Senator for 21 years, Jackson has been represented su. rears, Pike county four years a" icioto eleve.n years. I desire to-announce tliat. i candidate for probate jubjcet to tlie decision ol W publican primaries. If and elected 1 will devote all time lo the duties of impartially, and for the nf every person in Sciotocoun-; Your support will be liigl'O Thomas C. Beatty. (.Political -W1'' Harry H. cpnblican .-nndidalc Ircasnrcr Yolir   

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