NEWBERN, CRAVEN COUNTY. N. C. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 28. 1906.-SECOND SECTION.
N'ne-tenths of the worU'i business is .handled by means of
'. checks. ' . . . . .
ii - . They are safer than currency because" payable only to the
party to whom they are given or to hia order. Checks should
,,-not be endorsed till presented for payment, then if lost or
stolen they are valueless and the MONKY is still safe in the
- hank. . i
:, You can carry your check book in your pocket and be pre
pared to pay a bill anywhere. . ' '
You are cordially invited to open a checking account in this
bank. . .., . - : -..,,-... , , . . i,!. , '
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1AME8 B. BUOES, PmidsnC . Win. B. BLADES, V.-Prldes.
. GEO. B. PENDLETON, Cathlir.
.Events of Past Three Days
Tersely Told For Jour
, . i ml Headers.
v. EE TOM
Industrial, Commercial, Social,, Religi
ouT Criminal and Political .
Happenings Condensed in
Few Lines,--''' - .
Raleigh, Sept. 2G. - Governor Glenn
' has received a very cordial -idvitation
from President Wilson of Portsmouth,
Va., head of the Business Mens Asso
ciation? inviting bim and the people of
North Carolina to christen the cruiser
North Carolina at the navy yard giving
as reasons convincing to the Governor
th as the eraieer ia to foe- fitted out
there, that it is convenient to have the
boat there as well as appropriate be-
cause there are so many North Caro
linians residing: m Portsmouth and for
any other reasons.
.Atlanta, Ga., Sept 85. The excite
y meat of the race war is kept alive by
incidents bearing on the terrible affair
, of Saturday. Three policemen Jrilled
'. two negroes who were barricaded in a
' r house and were shooting at the crowd
irfit whites. Other negroes laid a trap
to kill these officers but they ea-
Three companies of militia a detail
vef policemen and many citizens sur-
, rounded Clark University, a colored in-
t stitutiun, and made 400 arrests at day-
light Including professors and students
and all negroes in the building; 100 of
- those arrested were armed. Among
-.these waa the man who early last night
tambushed and killed county policeman
Hart and two other policemen. .
Washington, Sept. 25. A thousand
snore marines have been ordered to
Cuba. They will be taken on.warships
Probably all marines at the Atlantic
Coast stations will be drafted into the!
sesvice. Many vessels including the
Texas are being prepared for Cuba. It
is expected that the inland will be oc
cupied by U. S. troops in a day or
two. ' -
ICnoxville, Tenn., Sept 25. At the
county jail, the 86 prisoners of whom
18 were charged with murder became
unruly and kept officers at. bay four
hours. Four of the latter were cut by
glasa bottles which were thrown at
tl em. The trouble arose by negroes
fading the account of the Atlanta
EufTalo N. Y. Sept 25 A startling
change in the political situation was
made today by W. T. Jerome abandun
i. j the fight for the nomination at
governor. It is that in order to
ei 'i tlie hcarat Hearst caniKUfy t! o
r uucrats are turning to J. N. A.!. .1,
1' r of Buffalo and Justice Caynur.
I - "a Kxia was made temporary
' i f I t'i!t is cif.iMi'red fivor-
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I Raleigh, Sept 25. Orders have been
placed with painters and decorators to
put the House 'and. Senate halls in an
attractive condition. It is expected
that the work will be completed by the
end of the year"
Mobile, Ala., Sept 25. After a most
thrilling experience with a giant devil
fish six fishermen brought in the big
geet specimen of an octopus that has
ever Men seen here. The monster
was killed only after a fight lasting four
hours during which it dragged the boat
containing the fishermen ten miles.
Norfolk, Sept 26. The stockholders
of the Norfolk & Southern and the
Virginia Carolina Coast railways - will
meet here October 16, to ratify the
consolidation of the two companies;and
to provide for an extension from Eden-
ton to a point near the northwestern
boundary of the State; to sell to the A.
ft N. C. Co., the P. O. & W. ; to sell to
the Roper Lumber Co. that part of the
Virginia & Carolina Coast railway lying
south of Winthrop and to fallow the
Roper Lumber Co ' to issue $10,000,-
000 sinking fund bonds. - - ' "
Raleigh, Sept 26 Chairman Simmons
announces appointments for Senator
Overman at Kinston October 12t Jack
sonville 18, and H. L. Cook at White-
ville October 1st Senator Overman's
appointment at New Bern changed
from October 18th to 11th at night
Atlanta, Ga., Sept 26 The race riot
situation S has nearly reached an end
and the police are in control. All troops
will be withdrawn at noon today. The
city aldermen having agreed to settle
all damages done to property. At a
mass meeting a fund of f 10,000 was
subscribed to pay for the burial of the
dead, earing for the wounded and the
families of the victims.
Washington, Sept 26 The United
Supreme Court will begin its aessions
Monday October 8. An important case
to come before that tribunal ia one
from Chattanooga in which a Federal
prisoner was lynched.
Saratoga.N. Y. Sept 26-The Repub
lican convention unanimously nomi
nated Charles E. Hughes for governor
H WM the membet of eg.
islative committee which conducted the
examination of the life insurance offic
ials last winter. As chief inquudtor he
brought Into publicity facts which cam
ed the undoing of many men and a
change in the 1 outness policies .of the
concerns under fire,
He accepted the nomination without
a pledge except that he would do his
duty as he sees it The platform endors
ed Ptesident Roosevelt and Governor
HiejHns; it declared that the tariff
should be revised only under the super
vision of its friends and demands
prompt punishment for instigators and
leaders ot mobs. The party realizes
that great damages arise from the alarm
ing growth of mob barbarities engen
dered by race hatred
Chicago, Sept. 6. What is probably!
' the quickest work in criminal proced
ure in a case of such great interest mi
i . t "e, aa tr&n-.actclL.r toLy.
Z'. t ' .-ij'jr bank preiiJ. ot, Paul O.
; 1, j t srfivel ffom Morocco
1 in the criminal
li'' -"'iced to
I ' 1 fct Jolitit.
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appealing to his patriotism to with
draw hia resignation and co-operate
with the peace commissioners.
The rebels have encamped in front
of Havana, and Gen. Guerra is at the
head. All have expressed delight at
Palma's resignation, bat say it was not
given in good faith, but with Jriterti.m
to demoralize the government. The
American marines are expected to
land. ,, '
Raleigh, Sept 27 Four Sophomores
of the Agricultu'al & Mechanical Col
lege have been expelled, One of then
was heard to boast this week that
every sophomore had a freshman for a
servant to clean bis shoes, keep his
room clean, bring and do any and all
menial offices: The faculty got a tip on
this new scheme at a meeting, unani
mously decided on" expulsion of four
sophomores who were found guilty of
this outrageous behavior. ... All were
sent home this evening. It is found
that freshmen were compelled by force,
fear and threats to do . this work.
Students expelled are by a rule required
to depart at once. . President Winston
says the majority of sentiment of stu
dents is against hazing, and that the
latter will not be permitted.
Buffalo, N. Y Sept. 27-W. T.
Jerome, who was a prominent candi
date for the gubernatorial nomination
seems greatly disgruntled over the re
sult of the convention hnd has threat
ened to organize a third party or fac
tion. He says that he will 'fight
New Orleans, Sept. 27 Tropical hur
ricanes have been sweeping over the
city for the past 12 hours at . the rate
of 35 to 60 miles per hour. The tide
has risen to a great height along the
gulf coast and rice fields are damaged.
A tidal wave is reported." '. -. . "
Atlanta Sept 27 Trade and other
affairs have assumed their normal con
ditions and there will be no recurrence
of the race riots. .
Washington Sept 27 Plain dealing
by Secretary Taft at Havana has reviv
edjsome hope here among, the army and
navy officers tha the may yet handle the
situation. .Soldiers are not needed in
Cuba yet but the marines will go early
next "Week as per schedule so as to have
10,000 marines on the island.
Married Near Beaufort..
Mr Ezekial Wooten and Miss Susie
I pock was happily united in the bonds
of holy wedlock, Wednesday September
12, Justice of Peace L. J, French, of
Miss "Nannie" presided at the organ
giving a fine rendition of Mendelsohn's
After the ceremony a delightfnl sup
per was served which was partaken of
and enjoyed by a host of the happy
May their, lives be full of the sun
shine of love and p'osperity through a
long and happy life is the wish of a
The Next Opera House Attraction
The popular little comedian, Arthur
Dunn, and his big company of merry
makers will be the attraction at the
New Masonic Opera House Thursday
October 11, in a new and original mu
sical absurdity, rightly named "The
Little Joker." The comedy has been
written expressly for Mr. Dunn and is
said to abound with innumerable op
portunities for the display of the many
different styles of fun making which
this clever artist introduces, while be
fore the audiences. The plot of the
piece, and there ia a plot, is told in two
acts, and revolves around the antics of
a rich young man by the name of
"Punch Swift" who ia celebrated for
hia ability to spend his large fortune on
all those persons who can be persuaded
to listen to his jokes. This leads to
many funny complications when "The
Little Joker" falls in love seriously and
ia unable to make anybody believe it
Of course there are girls, pretty girls
galore and songs that will be whistled
all over town. The author has also in
troduced several unique characters to
act as foils for : 'Punch" and the parts
wil'be portrayed by a number of the best
artiuts obtainable. The costuming and
mounting of the production will be an
attraction in itself and, taken as a
whole "The Littlo Joker" promises to
farniJi one of the few yearly surprises
in the way of thcatru al novelties, f
Trenton, Sept 23. At "Hotel Bar
ker", of this place, I'.e. S. C. Eubanks
of Deppe.Orifciow county, waa married
to Kiss Delia ESwri-ard of near Dcppe,
by J. B. Hawkirm, J. P., where he made
both souls happy and two hearts beat
f one. ' : '
a r.'rkir with her usual good and
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THE IIORTH CARO
LINA PliiE ASSO.
Preparations For Tlie Annual
' Banquet Now Being c
PROMINENT PUBLIG ' .
The Association Seeks to Advance The
Interests of All Lumber Manufac- ;
: tiireK and Has Accomplished
Much ' in That Line, '
Special to Journal ,
Norfolk, Vs. Sept. 27-The, North
Carolina Pine Association, composed
now of nearly 200 manufacturers of
pine lumber and representing the bulk
of the entire lumber output 'in Virginia
and the Carolines is preparing for its
annual meeting to be held in Charleston
SC. Oct. 11 and 12. ;
The meeting will be held in the As
sembly Rooms of the Charleston Com
mercial Club. : More than 300 lumber
men, principally of North and: South
Carolina are expected to attend. 1 . C
A feature of the meeting will be a
big banquet to which the most promi
nent orators of the South have been in
vited, including Govornor Swanaon.'of
Virginia; former Govornor Aycock, of
North Carolina; Govornor Haywood of
South Carolina; Senator' Ben Tillman;
and Hoke Smith and John Temples Gra
ves of Georgia. . .
Besides these general speakers others
will be in attendance whose talks .will
bear more directly on the lumber in
dustry! such as Lewis Dill. President of
the National Wholesale Lumber Deal
ers Association; Richard D, White, Pres
ident of the Eastern States Retail Lum
ber Dealers Association j. John L.' Kau'l,
President of the Yellow Pine Manufac
turers Association; and others. N
Special transportation rates are be
ing arranged with the railroad compan
ies and no effort is being spared to in
duce a record breaking attendance.
This ' semi-annual meeting of the
North Carolina Pine Association ia of
unusual interest just at this time, in
view of the great growth of the lumber
industry in the three states in which it
operates. The Association has grown
from a membership of 30 two years ago
to a membership tnat is expected to ex
ceed 200 at the October meeting. As
sociation mills in Virginia and the Caro
linas cut nearly a billion and a half feet
of lumber annually. Some of this enor
mous output is consumed locally, but
the bulk of it is ' shipped to thirteen
Eastern and Northern states from Ohio
to Maino where it figures in all kind of
building operations. Even the foreign
markets recognize this North Carolina
Pine lumber and it is used extensively
in England, Germany and the Nether
lands where it is being imported in -ever
increasing volume. .
Heckers buckwheat arrived, 10c and
lCc sizes at H. C. Armstrong's. .
The Pamlico Teachers Union.
The Pamlica Teachers' Union met at
the court house in Bayboro, Sept 22,
1906. according to adjournment In
the absence of the president, the vice'
president took the chair. The secre
tary was asked to read the minutes of
the previous meeting and they were
adopted. The next business waa the
reward offered the teacher who' made
the most improvements in his school
hoube and grounds, which was explain
ed by Mr. E. C. Ross. Mr. Long sug
gested having a program, ; also having
the union divided into two sections.
Business was then suspended and af
ter some very appropriate remarks on
entertainments by the vice-president
the union adjourned for dinner. We had
4 very nice dinner indeed.
At 1;30 p m the union was culled to
order, and Mr. Long's suggestions con
sidered and after a general diHCUHion
the union was divided and an adviory
committee of three Uas aj p-.ln ' 1 Ly
chairman, with Mr. 13. C. K"3, i!.vr
man. Mr. Eo-i nr,;.l tlie t-. il- i to
get the new bfd.s u mn as pi- '-Ui.
The subjiHdH f.ir iV -nn et V i ret
union, are the si hool tul e .!y,
and attendance st ui.' - i a-: 1 r '
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l Short Session and Some
Good Reports. Railway in
The 52nd annual meeting of the At
lantic & North Carolina railway met in
the Trent warehouse and was very well
attended. There being no feature of
pedal interest expected the stock
holders did not appear in large num
bers but most of the directors were
present ' ' .
President J. W. Grainger opened the
meeting and T. A. Green was made
temporary chairman and. W. L. . Aren-
dall secretary. '
On motion of T. D. Warren they were
made permanent The report of the
proxy committee showed that there
were 4,693 shares of stock represented
for which there were 974 votes. - r.'
President Grainger then read his re
port which we herewith givef '
To the Stockholders of the Atlantic &
North Carolina R. R. Co.:
We herewith submit to you the 52nd
annual report of your company for the
fiscal year ending Sept. 1, 1906, which
Is the second year under the lease to
the Howland Improvement Company,
now being operated and known as the
Atlantic & North Carolina Company.
In our last report we call attention to
the large number of unsettled claims
against the road.. Nearly" all these
claims have been adjusted and settled.
Only a few claims are left ftnl these
will be settled as early as possible.
However .we have still pending two
suits ot some importance and we have
employed able-counsel to look after
these cases. V
The lessee of your company haa paid
all rentals as per contract under the
leae, as they became due. And the
directors of your corporation have dis
bursed the rentals it dividends to the
stockholders, except such amount as
the directors deemed it expedient to re
tain in the treasury to meet such claims
or suits as are now pending' m the
Under the lease the lessee agreed to
expend and apply or cause to be expen
ded for the permanent betterment of
the roadbed, terminal facilities and the
equipment of your property the sum of
$250,000 within three years from date
of lease. Taking into consideration
the time which has elapsed since the
lease and the amount of money expend
ed, I feei satisfied that this clause will
have been complied with at the end of
the designated period. -
The lessee has paid into our treasury
as per contract all interest accruing on
the bonded debt of your company, and
has deposited in the Wachovia Loan &
Trust Company, of Winston-Salem.
North Carolina, six per cent coupon
bonds amounting to 9100,000 for the
faithful performance of their agree
ments under the lease. iThis deposit
has been passed upon and accepted by
the directors of your company.
I beg to call your attention to the re
ports of the expert, treasurer, and
auditor, herewith attached, setting
forth in detail a full statement of re
ceipts, disbursements, and other mat
ters of interest connected with your
. Respectfully submitted,
The report waa adopted. Upon mo
tion of Mr. C. E. Foy the reading of
further reports was suspended. The
naming of committees - waa then, in
order and all were elected by unani
mous consent with one exception,
Messrs. T. D, Hewett and S. M. Brin
son were candidates for membership of
the proxy committee and a ballot had
to be taken. The result was: Hewett
734; Brinscn 583.
A resolution was then offered by E.
C. Duncan that by law No. 1, be
changed so as to read that "the regu
lar annual meeting - shall be held the
second Thursday in August" io stead of
the fourth Thursday in September as
it is" now.
. Mr. Foy then made a motion that
the next annual meeting, be held at
Beaufort. The meeting then adjourned
after being in session 45 minutes.
Assorted mangoes sweet, 2 for 5c,
That elegant home known as the
WoorihuH place, on the ba;ks of White
Oak river, near the beautiful town of
Swanaboro; fine water, tn room house,
about twelve acres of land, good orch
ard and all necessary out houses; r ; lit
of way now being cut for a railroad to
t p theAtluntic Ct R'it M . Tut fur
i' r j '.rticu!..rs . ; 'y at once toJ. S.
C. :.a-V. Sar.-V.iO, N. C.
brace? and refi?
HUB Oil VERDICT.
Brutal Murderer Has a Sympa- L
thizer Among His
, Jurors. .
Greensboro, Sept 27. Evidence in
the murder trial of Bohannon and the
two Crutcbfields closed at 12 o'clock
Thursday and argument began at oncet
For the State Mr. G S. Furguson
opened, followed by Messrs. W. J. Sher
rod, G. S. Bradshaw and .Col. John
Barrioger for defendants, -Solicitor
Brooks closing just as court adjourned
for the night. Judge Long charged
the jury the first thing this morning.
Soon after the morning session opened,
the State rested its case. Oscar Crutch
field, was the only one "of the defen
dants who went on the stand, he testi
fying that when he brought Bohannon
to Greensboro to buy the gun, he had
no idea as to what he was going to do
with it, and denied all knowledge of his
further borrowing a pistol ond giving
it to Bohannon the night before when
they went in the camp looking for the
man Beachman who was killed next
day. He also denied being in the camp
Several negroes who were at work at
the scene of the shooting" testified for
defense that when Bohannon fired.
Beachman waa snapping pistol at him.
Cross examization greatly disconcerted
each of these witnesses, whose testi
mony was contradictory to statements
given by witnesses for the prosecution.
Each one admitted that Bohannon had
a gun and pistol, was cursing, abusing
and following Beachman who was at
his work, but denied hearing Beachman
begging the negroes to go away and
not shoot, as he had his gun levelled on,
him, not more than ten feet away.
Witnesses for the prosecution detailed
the circumstances of Bohannon coming
to hardware store the morning of the
tradedy and buying the morning of the
murder the gun and ammunition, also
cartridges to fit pistol, Ki Crutchfield
had borrowed the night before. It was
also shown that after the murder, Bo
hannon stopped at Crutchfields house,
was fed and secreted. That Crutch
field in presence of his son, Oscar, told
officer searching for Bohannon that he
had gone towards , Winston, when he
had been sent towards Greensboro etc.
It looks like" a clear case of murder
against Bohannon, and a strong case of
the Crutchfield's as aiders and abetters
in the crime.
Judge Long offered to charge the
jury last night but they preferred to
wait Until morning.
The judge put the case in the
hands ot the jury this morning and af
ter a .deliberation of more than six
hours reported that they were, unable
to agree. Judge is holding them.
BOHETS ARE TUBS.
Baxter's Millinery and Dry
Goods Opening Takes
Place Under Fa vora
- ble Circumstances.
The bareheaded season is over and
the new fall hat is a necessity which
confronts every woman. Baxter, on
the alert to supply the wants of his
customers, invited the public to his au
tumnal opening of modish millinery on
Wednesday night from eight to ten
o'clock and Thursday.
Hither the women wended their ways.
some to buy, others to look and try on;
all were welcomed. The windows were
most artistic with roses, ribbons and
streamers, and a beautiful life-like doll
in a reclining chair, a feature sure to
please the little folks.
The hats present many new features,
conspicuous among which ia the mnah-
room shape, scooped out as -its name
indicates; this is very smart and gen
erally becoming. Nearly all the hats
are-worn at an angle, the tilt makes a
great difference in the effect, and the
arrangement of the coiffure, should be
studied to make the line of the hair and
hat harmonize a touch of brow is fre
quently seen, generally fluffy maline
rosettes, which blend prettily with the
hair, Graceful, sweeping plumes area
valuable asset in softening the severe
outlines. Color is a great factor inbe
comingneBS, and the Wise woman, how
ever seductive ia "London smoke" or
"raspberry" hues; if the first bloom of
youth is over, will cling to the conven
tional black hat, whose popularity nev
er wanes. ,
The inimitable roses which are seen in
juxtaposition with drooping plumes,
are veritable works of art, and an oth
erwise sombre hat is made brilliant with
a cluHter of these glowing beauties.
Plaids are as popular in millinery as
In drens goods. The turbans are small
er than ever, and are stuck through
with big oval pins, giving a nobby ef
fect. TLenniiiituUe "go" hat for trav
el! pf;J f i - service is a good in
v ' ' t, it f .Mips t!e wenror as a
n cf f 1 1; 1e.
A I i i ' r c! I 'i K- - i '!
! : . ' 'at '.i
COULD HOT REST
With Irritating Skin Humor Whole
Body Affected Scalp Itched All
the Time and Hair Began to Fall
Out Wonderful Result From
. GUTICURA REMEDIES
"I am never without Cuticura Soap
and Cuticura Ointment since I tried
them last summer. About the latter
part of July my whole body began to .
itch. I did not take much notice of it
at first, but it-began to get worse all the
time, and then I began to get uneasy
and tried all kinds of baths and other -
remedies tnat were recommended tor
skin humors; but I became worse all
the time. My hair began to fall out and
mv scalo itched all the time. Espe
cially at night, just as soon as I would
gei in Dea ana get. warm, my wnoie ooav -would
begin to itch and my finger nails
would keep it irritated, and it was not
long before I could not rest night or day.
friend asked me tb try the Cuticura
Remedies, and I did, and the first appli
cation helped me wonderfully. For
about four weeks I would-take ft hot
bath every night and then apply tha
Cuticura Ointment to my whole body;
and I kept getting better, and by the
time I used four boxes of Cuticura I waa
entirely cured, and my hair stopped
falling out, but I continue- to use tha
Cuticura on my scalp. It keeps all dan
druff out and scalp is always clean. I
always use Cuticura Ointment on my
face after shaving, and have found ,
nothing to equal it. I will never be
without it." D.E.Blankenship. .-w-
310 N. Del. Rt.. i
Oct 27, 1905. ; Indianapolis, IndV
ZEDED 10 1 im
"I have used Cuticura Ointment fov
chafing of. infants, and as they grew,
older all skin diseases were given treat
ment with that and the Cuticura Soap.
I never found it necessary to call a doo
tor, as these Remedies are a sure cure,
if used as directed. - I am glad to recom
mend them to all mothers." Sincerely
yours, Mrs. F. A. Kennard, -June
21, 1905. , : St.FaulPark, Minn.
Uu world- Potter Drug Ukam. Corp., Sole Proi. JtoeUs.
i eWiUUea (IN, "how tu ljue tor tie nu?'
Rev. Ener is conducting a protracted
meeting this week at Holly Grove
church. We hope it will do much good
in pur neighborhood.
We are sorry t say Mr S Willis is on
the sick list at this writing. We hope
he will be out again soon. v
Mr L Dudley has .built him a new
Miss D Clarke of Pitt Co., is the'
guest of her Brother Mr B BowelL
Miss Minzette King has returned
home from Harlowe where she was a
visitor. " .
Some of our young folks were out
driving Sunday Mr J Fulcher and Miss '
D. Clarke, Mr. D. Jackson and Miss
Laura Arthurs. , .
John E Gillikin killed a fine deer last
We note some improvements in the
way of farm buildings at Mr Edward
Mr Louis Dickenson met with a sad
accident Sunday afternoon he fell out
of a cart breaking his collar bone, Dr
C Maxwell set the groken bone.
Miss Sadie Chadwick of Mill Creek
was the guest of Miss Mary Simpson
Sunday and Monday, she is at present
the guest of Miss Sallie Wynne.
Mr B Small and J Whitty waa callers
in this section Sunday. ,
Mr II D Simpson and J E Piver spent
a few days in New Bern last week tak
ing in the circus.
Picking cotton and saving hay is the
order of the day in this section at
Yours to serve.
For The Trial ofCiTil Ca:
Fall Term Superior Court
For Jones County.
TUESDAY OCT. 30.
Isler vs Frazzier and Moore.
Gilbert vs Jones.
Foy ya Blades.
WEDNESDAY OCT. 31
Hudson vs Bender.
Pollock vs Foncue.
Waters vs GoiXiboro L. Co.
Foy vs Eludes.
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