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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 28 December 1912

Social and Personal. The Tallulah l)rug C'o. wishes all of its friends and patrons a Iost happy and pro-l peous New Year. The dunce given Thursday eve ning by the young amen of Tullu !ah proved to be quite a success ful event and was enjoyed by the following young folks: Mr. Eddie Montgomery and Miss Barbara Smithia: Mr. Roiºh't. hl-crtHldwin and Miss Ar~ in Scott: Mr. Percy Rountree and Miss Amanda McKain, Mr. JulianI M3onette and Miss ,Jennie I)ohb bins; Mr. Walter Scott and Miss Matta Fuqua: Mr. Alex Mont gonery and Miss Marion l)unn: D1r. Tom Lucas and Miss (Geie vieve Smnitha; Mr. Ge(orge Kau tezki and Miss Bessie Spencer: Mir. Paul Flmning and Miss Malle ('ouvillion; Mr. Bernard More and Miss Doro-thy Slack; Mr. 1Norman Martien and Miss IAun eille Pinney: Dr. Warren Scott ' and Miss Trilby McGohdwinl; Mr. Guy Hunter and Miss Mary Tur pin; Dr. Ralph Evans and Miss Lelia Fleming; Mr. Claude Lan casterand Miss Nell Martien; Mr. Earl Hunter and Miss Betty Turpin; Mr Otto Hall and...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 28 December 1912

GUARDING AGAINST THE POLLUTED OYSTER , s " ,MM The agricultural department maintains at Washmington a bacteriological laboratory where all sorts of "bugs" are discovered in all sorts of food. At this time of the year. when the oyster season is at its height, little is done in this place except to test oysters and the water in which they live to determine whether or not they contain typhoid germs. The photograph shows Dr. George Stiles, Chief of the laboratory, and his two assist ants, Miss Ruth C. Greathouse and Miss Maude L. Mason. STORIES OF HEROISM :Character of the Bulgarian Sol dier Is Revealed. One Man Tells of Vic. Over Turks .We by Privates Disobeying an Order to. Retreat-Soldiers Devoted to Their Ofmcers. Sla, Bulgarl.-tIn order to explain the phenomenal exploits of the Bulga raam armies In their battles against the Turk into Adrianople and Macedo als one must become familiar with the character of the Bulgarian soldier, saps a correspondent. It Is but a short times sioe the...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 28 December 1912

Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America 0s Neu sihe Apriarii Organization is business sanity. Every man should be his own main. grlg. Why don't you like cold weather; its a sign you are old. To be able to say nothing when it $ best to keep still is a gift. Who is first in bed at your house at t? We will bet it is father. Some people become so busy that have no time to do anything. The cause of unhappiness Is easily n rid of if wealth is the cause. There is no life more worth the liv than that of the farmer on his The man who borrows trouble, as rule, has to go off his own farm Sad it. The schoolboy who milks regularly night and morning is all the bet for it. Never put a dollar into your pocket lowers your character when it down. The old proverb, "There is nothing under the sun," has no reference Sarming. Year life is your religion; what you counts for a great deal more than you believe. Keep ahead of your work. You will better, feel better and be getter spany to your ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 28 December 1912

SICRETARY OP NAVY IS THOUGHT TO BE TRYING MR. ROOSE VELT'S RUSE. UAY GET TWO AS COMPROMISE mlre Sailers and Marines Aleo Are Wanted-Tarff Ioard May Be Re vived After the Democrate Have Revised the Schedules. by GEORGE CLINTON. Washngton.--ecretary of the Navy Meyer has asked for three new battle ships. Last year congress anthorlsed enly one battleship, and did not as thorise that one until there had been a pretty warm controversy on the sub Jest In the house of representative. It b said that the Republican asere tary of the navy has been prompted to ask for three battleships by the tfat that the Democratic platform adopted at Baltimore pledged the party to eare for the needs of the navy. Last year, when the naval bill was before the house committee, it be ame known that the members of the malrity party were divided as to the advisability of adding battleships to the navy. Most of the committee members were in favor of the inereae, but the opposition was strong on the oo00 of the h...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 4 January 1913

STHE MADISON JOURNAL NTREE BROS., Publishers. TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA SATURDAY J ANARY 4-. 113. - J- ... ... . . 1nIaI VICTIONS IN DYNAMITE CASE -eight Men Convicted and o Acquitted in Govern. ment Case. OF MEN HYSTERICAL Outgrowth of McNamara In Los Angeles--Brief History of Trials. Jsewspaper Union News Service. 'lls. - The United States t, with stern and decisive took into its possession 38 labor olfficials convicted of con of promoting explosions on work througohut the land, t in the destruction which ' t loss of life at Los Angeles, d of carrying on a "reign of e declared to be unparalleled in of the country. the entire executive staff of a tonal Association of Bridge ural Iron Workers was con Only two officials of that ti Mw remain out of Jail. head of the list of those con dands Frank M. Ryan, the of this union, with 12,000 t that John J. McNamara d -treasurer, while he con the dynamiting, out of which convictions grew. .glvictions, coming on a scale tr ted in a f...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 4 January 1913

JOAN OF ARC IN THE SERVIAN ARMY Servia has given the world an other Joan of Arc, Molly Pitcher. or Barbara Frietchle; another woman whose name perhaps will ring through the poetry and patriotism of all time when the war that now :s rending Europe is ended. Her name is Sophia Yovanovrtsch. and when some Serb historian rises to tell the story of the struggle of the little kingdom against the Turk the name of Sophia will become a household word in the Balkans. When the war cloud that has how ered for twenty years over the Bal kans broke and little Servia sprang to arms. Sophia was one of the most ardent patriots. There were three young men avowedly suitors for her hand, and to each of them she gave { the same order-not to ask her to ". " marry them or to seek her love un til they had voluntered and proved their worthiness by serving the . country as soldiers In the army Two. both Serbs. at once rushed to the colors, but it is related in Bel grade that Dmitri hesitated and finally was o...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 4 January 1913

n~ la Cox C a -ý a AiCojWhittiah.'s Place Cain Zri, Etc. mur.atia. by Ellsworth Y4 nt ' OIIC~k~IS ~~L~1~I~13I SYNOPSIS Keusah Coffin, supposed widow. Is ag to move from Trumet to Bos flowing the death of her brother. i whom she had kept house. Kyan Swidower, offers marriage, and is tiy refused. Capt. Elkanah Dan- a leader of the Regular church offers a place as housekeeper for the nalister, and she decides to remain et. Kestah takes charge of Rev. C ery, the new minister, and gives advice as to his conduct toward of the parish. Ellery causes a by attending a "Come-outer" F.llery's presence is bitterly re- h Eben Hammond. leader of the h Orace apologises for her and Ellery escorts her home In HgAPTER IV.-(Contlnued.) stood still in the rain and her. He saw her pass the windows and open a door. Into ti radiance she lashed and h A minute more and the ierm of Eben Hammone, lantern a sou'wester on his head and er working themselves into a coat, burst out of the door sirdedly limped down ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 4 January 1913

_ \ lI -Journal of Madison Parish Journal of School Board. - Pr 1 Journal of Levee Bonrd. 1 J.urnal town of T.a'ulah USHED EVERY SAT'rUltAY.. RMS 'F I1'IlSCRIPTION': $1.53 PIER \NNU\T. KOIR'iI S,'N('tatt . I'diitor. S.IJan. 10. 1903, iat 'T'nllu * La.. aq4 Pfon1d-clnas msil , under AlI of (Congr'ss March 3. 1879. JOURNAT, iv not re'p,,n.sil l for l tio ai opinionl, of.'oricspi,oniients asg i its c..lulns. In; tol AH.L ., JANUARY 1, 11:1. inj _ er e Fofittth Fariuer's I)e mo i r.o tion Conference will lhc hel. hi ton Rouge from, .Janaryr i;tl is th when all the railroads l give a special aate of one cli one-third plus twenty-five ot lo - for the rounil trip. purpose of this conference di extend and intensi.ly the in- de tion of the participants In the line of hreeiting and or se ng beef cattle, dairy cattle, ra and poultry ; the use of im- of hi farm implements rotation It p, preservation of soil fer- or and hastening the solution No of blem in home economics th the discussions will...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 4 January 1913

Social and Personal. ', e r All t:f olur !n -.r :i Ev y, s :,n! l pt th le ( .r t I li,. . ilh f t - ir ti) t T, r1 1 i r :,1 . !)r. II, ", r I ,'- " , i It  ih' th i o l. tl ai" l,:h ". ' lk . \Vl ,r l;i,:- ", (',,,t ,'t. 1 r'.', :, I:1, l .'t "('l!' 1 li tht ilii . -.11 C P litit-' I ibtii l: 't; !1- .t 1' ti;( dI;ii,' a rin P i!tw1'h'n - h .- t l.,k t'ro>i htrn Aa r.t l'j i--m, 1 1:.lo .i "!!t* i:i. rih.. Spel .er, .'.rwin , tt,, . Drl,.ar ' Si lithI. , :;Iil. 41 ' tilh rilelty :,ulr . leiiarv W\ d. M. a ,tt, c :h ;naeiet, Lkt l'rt(4iticll :; ii irn ' issntl Ella Pew !tl \tlit a llihani arrive-I  n !. 'fter! isitin t- r l rl'i t" I' ..l t t.il . ; ines a during 1 li, l l 1 ,iorats ' i I1i.s L.Hi . M (eninowen, ,fwne tost.. ol t'iph tlo enjoy the diance i there at .iktt igh, relurnin , Dr. IKalp h I'. Fv\; all oif In ,,e- a relt, and icr. Henry Wadle. i lhar inacist, ()" l. ak' Ilro idrne Il)rug ('o, wea iti'. ., : in Tl'all:!ti:h 'ior the dlanc t,. Mron. J.1:::s T . owalel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 4 January 1913

9 L ARD i4 tUhe Fi RMS F objects bearing signiant meanings. Each pe matrimony, and so forth. ..,..ý:.: , : . . i-µ.t,.', The "Christmas Buck" visits every window; the peaFinlants'd. He is aren old manittered with long white hairraw and beard and theheavily clad in eir stalls have extra sup his team of refood. A populaver observance is to ar-oen lakes and enters unannounced each doorway. Hee festive board -onwhethe for the ch guest-under which arildren have been good or bad. obappearaing significant mea young men in fancyh per Sdress. Three raiepres ent the Threr. ay be Holy Kingt has of wouthe Epiphany, one bodily injug Herodr a oin, rihe last a goat with oots and horns. They enactfor a pilegendary play which has for its nale the deathrin for dmatrimony, and so forth ey collect alms for te e oTh poor people who have no Christmas chBuck" visits every home . n After the gayeties of C hristmas two monthsair a nd beard and heavily c ladh one is able to restore one's pe of inland. hdig...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 4 January 1913

ARTCELS POST ATE FINDER Tr Se tmstaat mo.e s at s gaassla Rtbas/ -s t latera m your io bPpmt es U nite Sas Avohs, eos. Nilmi *so m system"o dilstams. ýstamlses puetae required accord M we1gt sm. Three sty lea eacb h Ieludin S-astor map of the I nlted Mtarr.s,=.71 ad allmm.l.m Rate Flatnter. i'rice:poe prspss) paSm psetr map.1 rents: eI th mou n . seats: waii type map, 11. Order alo. ARCELS POST RATE FINDER CO., lbrtyL an. ow ) ,rkL, ty SBEAT T I S ? No 3 timkh Preotir-r .t " a aib r :is' .:n,'. .,I tt ,. - .. y i~r. S s ly flr- .. ,.. Oli.'rer%:a . L.C , , gp derwood ,4. . , I' ." r 3.r ,. - . - reaietc. PARKIN-LONGLEY. 2~6 L I{t. Reck, Ark. bed t....y fur u ... Red Crocs BaI Blue gives double value h Als P grocer. A th "here are many breakers in the I od wife foLLr b poor man would make . aria is developind. It afects hi Turn about Os fair pwll elrcept when applied to a band organ and ed Cr Ball Blue givhe tes odouble value *r your money,* goes twice as far as any Ojdo. As...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 4 January 1913

CHECKED BULGARS D Desperate Defense of Adrianople a Saved the Capital. c UPSET PLANS OF THE ALLIES U 01 prederick Palmer Tells of the Furious d, Fighting by the Ottoman Armies - That Balked Demetrieff in and Ivanoff. hi By FREDERICK PALMER, Ic Staff Correspondent of the Chicago or Record-Herald in the Balkan War. - al Mustapha Pasha.-The minarets of Sultan Selim! Needle-like. I have seen them rise a over the Indistinct mass of Adriano- hi ple from the distant hills, then as p substantial columns from the nearby S( hills, and again so close from the shellproof of an advanced infantry 48 position that I could make out the ur tillage on the dome of the great p1 mosque itself. a The simple grace of the minarets tu dominated town, and landscape, and siae. Weary drivers of the weary ,nea of the transport and still wear- at rM artillerymen, bringing up addi- sI tional guns through seas of mud, saw th them for the first time as a token of wI defiance, of work unfinished, of bat tles yet to ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 11 January 1913

THE MADISON JOURNAL. ROUNTREE BROS., Publishers. TALLitLAII, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURI)AY .J AN' AIY 1 . 1913. mu mR-m Ii ii u in NEWS OF LOUISIANA Call Issued for Meeting of State Board of Liquidation to Meet This Week. TO HOLD EXAMINATION SOOIn Questions In Hands of Printer-Janu ary 30, 31 and February 1, Dates Set. ,Western Newspaper Union New .,ervice. . Baton Rouge.--Governor Hall has is Ise  a call for a meeting of the State Board of Liquidation to be held in Baton Rouge this week for the pur pose of arranging for the issuance of $11,000,000 worth of bonds necessary for the refunding of the state debt, which becomes due January 1, 1914. The board met two months ago, dis. eaussed the question of refunding the debt, and appointed a committee head ed by State Treasurer Smith to get data in regard to the lithograph. -ag of the state bonds. These facts i.have been secured and will be pro M eted to the board. Arrangements will have to be made :bat for the printing of the bo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 11 January 1913

SAYS MONEY NO GUARANTEE OF WORTH J. Ogaen Armour or Chicago, who Is himself worth numerous millions, does not think much of money. That is, money in his philosophy is a guar anty neither of worth nor character and is by no means that touchstone of happiness which it is generally sup posed to be, particularly by those without it. Also, he observed that the poor man has as much chance to be happy as the rich man. Incidentally, Mr. Armour said that . he was nothing more than a working man, and a hard working man at that. Mr. Armour said: "Maybe you don't think I work! Why, every man must work-if he is worth a million. if he is worth a hundred millions or k if he is dependent on his weekly sal. ary. We ought all to take our places in the great organization and work of the world "You know money doesn't mean everything. In fact, very little in some cases, for the full value of it is not gained. Take the sons of some rich men; their money Is squandered in drinking and otherwise. "I am the ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 11 January 1913

AI JO.ac~fCO1D - cToaephC Lincoln Author of CdWhittaskez' Place Capin Zri. Etc. muatwusittae b y EUlsworth Young' Cepyigts.J",by n~wIiee., ., c..p y SYNOPSIS. Mrs. Keziah Coffin. supposed widow, is aging to move from Trumet to, ions following the death of her brother. whom she had kept house. Kyan r, widower. offers marriage, and is lanty refused. Capt. Elkanah I)an leader of the Regular church offers h a place as housekeeper for the minister, and she decides to remaln Trumet. Keziah takes charge of flev. Ellery. the new minister, and gives advice as to his conduct toward bers of the parish. Ellery causes a ion by attending a "Come-outer" ng. Ellery's presence is bitterly re by E:ben Hammond. leader of the atg. raee apologizes for her ian and Ellery esco'rts her homre in Sain. c'apt. Nat IHammiond,. EIln' becomes a hero by bringing the et into port safely throughl fog and . Ellery finlds Keziah writing a let * some one. incinsing money in re to a demand. She ti riousiy when Info,rm...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 11 January 1913

+ sION .OURN AL. I Wal Journal of MPdis'n Pariah SO.,eiall.lournal f .ncu,;i iloard. C0i.-. [ gPuBLT4RtnTI 1VR iA i-' -- --- ti . . ANNUMt • -. spI:.VC.R. Editlr,. ` i' .t.. Tan. 10, 1903., at Tallu* t iat., lUn., asn ~eond-cAqq mail a S1naLt.t, under Act of Congress t March 3. 1879. r r! .. tCr' itNA1- is not ,esponfihle for the views and )pinions of corrospondents • appear2 in ic' columns. TALLUL.U IA., .1ARY 11 1913. .L - uggAStions. It n r: jpectIfully suggested(l that this vil lagc ned's a, thorough " cleaning 'p. It " bad et nough r on the fcont. ij,;t %<, ,rable in the rear of the lot-. It is .uig.':fnel tl Oat, beevesve should not he hutrei*red within t the villag, lihiit:- an1 the ent rails thrown out as foruAe to the. d.ogs and huzzards. li, is further -.:g -t- ! luat t something ought to hc I,ne ,: to in proving the northern and r "eastern portcan of the village -north of the railwa., where the' _ town has placed i wa: -vat(r mains, and instead of ti r(' ing th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 11 January 1913

Social and Perso~a Mr.Thomas B. Lueas-t Fr' for Vicksburg. Mr. Victor Sedden of Monroe, in the city Thursday. i The Levee Board members re all in town this week. Moving pictures every Thurs. y and Friday night until fur- t er notice. - _ 1 Mr. M. H. Oolthurp made a badiness trip to Readland this 4 eek. Ig Mrs. .keo Shields and little aghter Agnes are visiting her a r, Mrs. W. H. Harvey. i Mr. John Selden of Waverly, a visitor to our town last Sat. aa A larg, lot of comic and other t at I cent each at the Corner i Store. " - Miss Ida Nolan has released t home in favor of Mr. A. ' n, the new owner. A pretty Vienna Art plate free a thpurchase ameunting to $2.50 t the Tallnlah Dnrg Co; i A full assortment of maga- a and the latest novels on at the New Drug Store. f Mr. Johnson, the Episcopalian had services in Tallulah c tuesday last. Pr. H. P. Herring, our plesan t is at home again for a a Mr.Skipper, our new Methodist e has made a very favor. o impresmloun upu our people . :bRer Schaf...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 11 January 1913

FEDERAL PROTECTION OF BIRDS By WILLIAM 2. HORNADA Y Director, of the New York Zoological Park (The bird portraits with this article are from the "American Natural History." Copyright. 1904, by Willllam T. Hornaday, are reproduced here by the permission of the publishers. Charles Scribner's Sons.) HE United States de partment of agricul ture is responsible for the start -i ling statement that. I the year 1904, in sect pests cost this country no less than $420,100,000. Here are the figures of goverament experts: Percentage Amount A I Product. of Loss. of Loss. Cereals .....................** 1* 0 $7e00.000 _ay ........ . ........... ....... 10 3.ou .o0 Cotton ...................... 10 ot .O.o0 ly Tobacco ................... 10 6,30.0) ahc Truck crops ............... 2 3.o0.,o tie -uga s ...................... 10 6.04J4.0'0 Frults ....................2... 27;.n .u hot Farm forests ...............10 l.oa,.O aloe SMiscellaneous crops ....... 0 6.80.00 to Total .............................

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 11 January 1913

armers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Maurts r Eupel Mmnt*t the Prepusie Asricalrist pebt is a malignant form of poverty Common quality seeks a low level. High ideals give our lives meaning. Education should be with a view action. lities without education is a dan a thing. A pigmy can stand off and criticise a giant has done. successful farmer must have fer brains as well as fertile fields. egotist is one who is willing to himself at his own estimation. not. Ten chances to one your bor's shoes would not be easy your feet. tation is an invaluable asset. he products of your farm have a tion? If not, why not? ab people begin, as soon as to tasks are done, to worry about tork they will have to do tomor talents, no circumstances, no nties will make a successful I saless reinforced by a reasonable t t of energy. the farm home through the on of the farmer's daughter greater usefulness and attra- t in the farm home. man with a clear conscience t patches on his trousers gets ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 11 January 1913

B~ 4 £· 4 · · ~t: per.r9 · Finds "Burglar" Raps Were Made by Newlyweds WtO'Us CLEVELAND, Ohio.-C. E. Reeves. East Seventy-first and Hough ave nue, expected to find two desperate uggmen trying to gain entrance in his house shortly before one o'cloek the other morning, when he heard two persons tip-toeing about his front porch and making curious rappings on window and doors. Instead he found r pair of very new, very much frightened and very cold and eiser able newlyweds. They were Mr. and Mrs. Harry L Bowers, Mrs. Bowers having been oalf a few short hours before Miss Hope Joy, 680 Lucerne avenue. Reeves, who had Just come in trom an out-of-town trip, was writing in his diatning room when he first heard the mysterious sounds. He crept to the door and peeked out, saw the shadows of the two, but was afraid to let then. in. He hesitated, but finally got up Midget Weds Show Girl; 1. LOUIS, Mo.-A romance of the 7 circus sideshow reached its climax here when Jack W. C. Barnett of Rox bore, N...

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