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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 December 1903

w THE JOLLY SERVING MEN I have neither home nor cantle Nor u InKle foot of land Hut Ive tdi jolly NtrvlnKmen hUlldr r Hoim tlmr they arc inch bury lade Boiuttlrnts they err 10 Idle Hoinrtlmrit I Imve lo hitch Ilitm up With a th ckrcln mid a bridle i In wlnUrtlrnt itiry KO lo xihool Dread iiiiiuly nil iniirlhtr In fcummtrtlmo llioy In rr > Inc go Quite frte of fur or leather It through the funMs ur ui I tide Or full far OIr Ibo Iru All In u row on Mltitr Hlile Mjr food urn follow Ine Tho captain tlityarr dwarf mtn And two lure Blunts tall Juit fourof than are mliMtliiK And two ore mtlur mnall Iflow cow > ul on yourtliliifclncop Ill the you KurMr tn If you will tfil me who they are My Jolly ittvlngmen Pauline C llouve In Youths Com pinion RAGS IS INTELLIGENT noon Cut tit nrllpr > i Illnirn IlulII Irrforiim Mniiy iuiitliiti hint Trlrlin I iI nags Is a beautiful and perfectly marked raccuw cat which was Kent I to Mlea Taunt r by ono of her admirers from Maine th < homo of so...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 December 1903

Ii atxas rs sxa u4 1 THE CITIZEN FULL SIZE WARSHIPS United States Navy Exhibit at the Worlds Fair i MODELS OF 30 FAMOUS MENOFWAB 1J r I Battalion of MarInesModel of the Naval Academy at Annapolis to be Completed at a Cost of I10OOOOOoOthor Inter eating Features I I Mr B F Peters Chief Clerk hav Ing charge of the Navy Department Sexhibit at the Worlu a Fair St Louis has formulated plans for his exhibit 1wbich will make It undoubtedly tho t most notable and novel In the history I of government participation In expo sitions The Department as a whole has an exceptional opportunity to con tribute to the greatness of the exposi tion By Its unsurpassed exhibit In the Government budding the detail of a battalion of Marinas in their model camp OB the Exposition grounds and the proposed detail of a squadron of menofwar at St Louis when the Exposition opens this De partment will aid more to the success of the Exposition possibly than any other The new features which Mr Peters will have In his ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 December 1903

r WHWHHHHKHIHHJK fc JAMES MILTON RACER t Editor and Publisher Kn mi oj Me rontofflet at Kerta Ay < u broad ttau man ataller HHMKHWIH4HHHHI i i Mi uJli ct I ul ti 1 I 1 1 pJtAriak itsroJ1 THE CITIZEN said byes Ponglm EtortiV V andlbatmt I i Vk thoedfalrn I emywher I tt CACTIOJI I The genuine I lures1IbuaUs IbuaUs I name and lprireon bottom f bottomgES1 gES1 IN THE WORLD f1L UNION OV61jS SHOES MADE + Aotirewneau garln in 1J N6 Moro lastlree rain Itfl l d h = 1259754 airs 1901 = 1550720 Pairs Butlnnt Man Than Doubled In four Han THE feCSNose W LIkkug1M Inllkes anI1I1 mora inIOn JXcO ami 340 alioei t linn any otUcr two uian uficturvri In the world W UlKtnglu 300 and 3X0 > lioe > rlae J side by illo MllU JJXW and gulp shoes of oilier oakum are found to be just III good ThaT will outwear two pairs of ordinary ordlllllr143U Mad of tin but leathers Including Patent Corona Kid Corona Call and NatIonal Kanaaroa Taal l1tr HrMa a > 4 ll ata Hlark IIV fMI W L DouKlaa 4OO met Edge Lin...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 December 1903

x 11 l I HARVEST TIME AT HOME pomcliow when bushiest has a lull about this time of year My thoughts take their vacation back i among the scenes once dear 1 tray about the harvest Held where loner and long ago I watched the cereal oeeiin In Its golds n ripples flow IVIillo now and then upon some blade u xllred reaper bore The sunWams flushed and then went out like thoughts recalled no more lion pleasant then the journey home along the country road Where larkspur blooms beside the fence like knots of lovers slowed Now listening to the vhlpporwlll beyond a darkling field Or tarrying where the berries tempt a Fliowcr of wIno eoiiEeuliHl i land lone before we reached the gate to htar the watch dugd bark 1And see the distant windows gleam < lIko hlut mS ilth1 1lark it semis eo long since those old years so lone Indeed that I Now wonder that a time could be with out a Nub or Nigh Und yet cnuuxh do I recall to vow that in the end When the no more anti ever more In deaths twilight shall b...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 December 1903

THE EXPRESS TO SLEEPTOWN S 1 know a I tIc truvtltr tWho nut slnRl night Hlnrts UIIOII bug long Journey That lust till broad daylight HIT ttcktt imdfl Hltrptown KJIHCM HUmiwd IapuN Joodnliht IIm And when ln pap tam with a bus 11 tus I thutik you > 1111 Jut hke lhf > berth marked Cttt ninyUnJ I You mount It by tho Kulm MaVr hoj > tr bieunrn tho train liouJ purt rioun OB vuvi cult your i > rater < lUmtnibfr to < > on Oils txpre p You tlKhlly clone jour tU All no OHM rntrtim Hleepy Town Who tilih ur luUKhs or crle 4 flo when the sandman engine r 1IU engine btll Imi tunic The lIiMltI1r tor riltcpy Town Muit iiurrly held her tongue I3e rrAily linn to jump uboncd Kin mother Ml the xute HII after lialfpuM v es nnd Tho train In dill ul tUht Urilrutlr U luklll In Chilllan llrtlfl hr = = r A FOREST RANGER p KinlilxK IIke IIh V 111 for tin YOHHB M Whit VIsHSm lo lirl > rnr lu > nlurr llrnrl For the younjc m who loves out floor llfo then h hardly any employ inent which...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 December 1903

4 0 = 0 THE CITIZEN BRIEF AND TO THE POINT I GATHERED NEWS ITEMS GATHERED IN THIS AND ADJOINING STATES Revolver Exploded In Young Jinns rocket Iteu < llnj of Bible In Schools Declared Lawful Selfilefcnse la Claimed ai Cause of Fatal Shooting Owlngavllle Ky Dec 7ln Step stone a revolver carried l > y Thomas Duff a young farmer exploded in his pocket wounding him so that he may die Fatal Fight Over Pennies Frankfort Ky Dec aIn a fight between Irvine Crumbaugh and Dud ley Williamson In the saloon of Owen Moore the latterwas shot and died In k stantly The shooting grew out of a quarrel over 15 pennies given by Crumbaugh the barkeeper to Wil liamson to play a ilot machine WIl lIamson disputed the number of pen nies received and Is said to have made a move as to draw a weapon Williamson was a state guardsman and was a valuable witness for the commonwealth In the Goebel murder casesEwen Ewen Walks Jackaona Street Jackson Ky Dec 6 Captain D J Ewen principal witness against Jett r and ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 December 1903

< T 7r < 11 l 1 erlJk pVV r a r t THE CITIZEN 0 il rp IIIIIII1I1IIIIIII1I1HH i x e The Home JENNIE LUSTER KILL Editor iIIIIII1HHIHIII11IHH I Tho Story of a Poom It Is n simple story told In the l minploflt way I In at the next door is a young woman v > ho lius not walked for twelve yeiirs A good Providence arranged that although the tortures of a c1rllIcl discate stiffened hctlro limbs nnd twfclcd facile hands into unseemly bhaxw enough of the right hand was left fro to handle pen end brutli and through thorn a cultured mind nnd heart can bono the Lord In helpful words for other htrlckon ones This poem of horn hnd its blitli In answer to prayer In H neighboring house a baby bad come to bless tho homo andtho splendid little follow for ho was Indeed such must havo a Baby Record Rook In which there might bo entered the dally ongoing and happenings of his little life his ItJOillgll and hi time hie saying and the other wonderful things so precious to n mothers heart Such a book ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 December 1903

o THE CITIZEN JAMES M RACER Publlttcr DEREA KENTUCK Her Favorite FavoriteSeat 2Jy ELLIOT WALKER Oop jTUfcl 1183 tjr Pa1I7 Storr rub CoJ HE girls reply walled out with II w THE sobbing note like the cry of one lost In the deep woods 0111 who has wandered and struggled tor escape until the shadows of night fall relentless and chill to extinguish the last ray ofthtfguljdlng sun and with II 4 hope hopeI cannot she cried Oh Mr Malnway It Is impossible I can never marry you Never You have been so rood to meso kind I wanted yoi Iltarl would not let myself think 1 did not believe that sIt has been a dream that I should not have dreamed Of course you cant understand lIer eyes implored his as a dying spaniel gazes for help in the eyes of a master Lawrence Malnway drank In the an gulsh In her look and voice and he did not understand This passionate out burst answering his quiet matterof fact proposal made his heart leap to presently throb with a cold sinking ci confidence There was a finality ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 December 1903

41 n TO K EBP MILK COOL Kw Cea In Teiau IIsat tan HI Yard I Iund d HnlMHF In llhrr grtlnN I its IB a Iilan whereby milk may be frett fir CtyK Place two 4 foot posts II In tbs Krfjiinrt oroa floor 1 foot apxrluiul up pofltc and on a parallel lino aye feel way lot two other polffrt be placed KBKriKO Till llllU COOU I Utah trouFluA1 foot below troughs make a shell n on which pinto pulls or jar holding milk Let cloths that read Cy absorb water In wrapped Hbout the > < i tI conlaltilnRthp milk Thr and of the cloths carried up and i sad In the troughs U the troughii am Upi full rf ante the cvnporolUin of water from the cloths will licrp the milk pool Thli shoo be profpctfd from snwill I Jukaten In Kpliomlst PURIFYING THE CREAM T llrmoir lh > elder if tilt Onlnn sad littler 11 red t I Apse 1 den I IJtltrftll tits last thrw feAr routld Iiral effoit hu liwn trade to find n nipaus by which the odor and bate or vlltf onion nnd blller weed may he I1nlored from milk and ueain saa I i HP...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 December 1903

PEOPLE PEOPLETALKED I TALKED I TALKEDABOUT ABOUT I B ns a lady or the bedchamber The duchess usually dresses In mourning and still retains many traces ot her former ra I markable beau ty tyThe JIIllo family In to which Miss M Goclet Is to marry the du 14cal house of I Itoxburghe Itoxburgheprides prides Itself I that In all tho long course of succession since DOWAGER DUCHESS OF HOxnunaiiE Its foundation the Inheritance never went to n woman that none of them ever married nn 111 wife and that no friend ever suffered from their debts By birth the dowager duchess Is a I member of the ducal house of Marl borough and a sister of the late Lord llnndolph Churchill She has five sis ters tour of whom married lords while the youngest merely wedded a commoner Captain Wilson son of an Australian millionaire squatter Yet It 11 the youngest who ranks above all Mf THE CITIZEN iSYOXD a doubt the strongest mail In British politics Uxlny Is Joseph Chamberlain phi In private citizen He knows his own mi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 December 1903

fl f 1114 t tt 4JAMES MILTON RACER T Editor end Publisher 4 EEditor Ifnt tad ni tkt Pontofflct ai Strta Ay tu icroiuf read maU4I41tr I I1iH4 HHtIIItlEHH14 Ht HtTHE CITIZEN I VOL V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTDOKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 17 1903 Oue dollar a year NO 26I I I Any Ono Sluy llrpoiiia Thoroughly fforted nn Leading Ilitpprnlnci of Jthe liny by 51 in ply ClUticlug Down r lac Tlilt Column ColumnTITKSDAV TITKSDAV Minister llcnupre reports nil qulot at 1I010ta R DoHperaeloce dug beneath Jail at Hrudncr 0 and roscuod a pal hold tror robbery William It Eunls former Brooklyn policeman was electrocuted iu Sing k Hlng for wife murder Ohio students ranked high In the American college at Rome two Springfield men getting medals rc Hurry Maine bauk cashier Lynn drove la blow out his brains The bunk Is closed and shortage nllepH Fort Wayne Ind was visited by fire which entailed a loss of 75000 Tho blare started In Shields clothing storePolice Police were called to preserve or der ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 December 1903

I A CHRISTMAS TOBOGGAN By MANDA L CROCKER ill I 0 31N X a sheltered cleft on the moun tain side where the scraggy pines made polite obelsanco to tnelr bareheaded neighbors the Halfway house had stood a harbinger of com fort for a score of years And now though the old stage lay rotting In the valley and the traveler thundered along by rail beneath Us Very foundations the friendly gables teemed beckoning to Imaginary guests Tonight too the pine branches crackled merrily on the wide hearth ns if the snubs of a progressive pub lic were not worth minding lighting up the long low room In the gloaming of the Christmas Eve Two women conversed In tender monotone in the cheery illumination and the elder was saying The paper cannot be found and of course the property goes to your Uncle Hermon The other rose wearily from her place before the fire and stood loan Ing her head against the black old fashioned mantel Then uncle really Intends taking our home away from us7 she said in torrogatlvely l...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 December 1903

ITHE CITIZEN t IHMHMMMMMIH > i The Home i JENltlB LUSTER HILL Editor 111111111111111111111 HAKE TURNIPS Cut in slices four white turnips f fyr pooling them Put them in a sfowpan and trover with boiling water Boil until tender Add salt Make a whito snuco with two tablOllpoonful of butter and two tablespoon fills of flour Stir till smooth Add one nnd ono balf oupfuls of milk Stir while boiling until thickmiod Add salt and pepper Put a layer of tho drained turnip then n layer of antic Continuo with sauce and turnip until nil aro used Spoond butter crumbs over the top Brown in tho oren OOOKINO ONIONS Onions are good cooked whole and covered with rich sweet cream They should be well drained before the I cream is added Thoy are also good Ifcookoo whole or sliced drained when done anti vary liberally buttered I Another way is to melt butter In n r frying pan slice the onions therein and cook slowly until done Onions arc a great cureall and should be very plentiful used on the homo table...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 December 1903

wc I QUITE TOO SWEEPING SWEPINGI There wan once a woman to wnvfully neat I That she wept her whole family Into the street The lectured on tllinotrf day after Any Till the children ran o2 to the neighbors I to play playAnd And ti somitlmts the ord of the manor would roAm From his iHautlful house which was never a home Vvast a ritlemllil expression of bounty and Art Cat It did not possess homes one requi site heart Out tills woman worked on with her brush and her broom With her yorvantii she battled through room un er room Kho wnxed and she polished hr beautiful Moors VIII lior friends hardly ventured ln tde ot her door Her carpets no velvety one would refuse Vo walk on until hu had dusted his fhoon Her ohalra all to tidied without and within that to sat on them eem U little leas thin a sin Her children hnd toys which they never could spread Ucr Immaculate floors nor come cookies or broad Bo ntcn where crumb might be scut tared about For her house was like waxwork with in and without ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 December 1903

II THE CITIZEN The Bethlehem Of To da TLIFE IN A TOWN WHERE Q p p CHRIST WAS BORN t I By EVAJVCELJVC TBEJV OLIEL 1 i I JICop1tlht 1WI by tvnctUnt lUn OllelJ I k11 BET UTHLEriBM which In tho days Oof thu prophet Midair wan lit I tit among tin thousands In Ju dab la nun one of the lurgct village In Palestine The lulmbltaiilH number about 3000 Ill wry appro prlntu tlmt this village lu which the riuvlour was bum should bo superior to all other In Palvitlur Thin It In Kiu rally acknowledged to lw Thu natives of livtblCbem are the moat In telligent and the most Industrious of all the Tillage dweller around Jeru imam Tbey are nUo renowned for their high moral character The em I tire population holds the Christian i faith cither that of the Latins or of 1 the Crooks Ibrnhlm Pasha on laying Bvthleheu lu ruins strangely enough I rove out the Turk and allowed the 1 Christians to stay und dwell In the birthplace of their faith nu < l they bare held sway there ever since The Inhabitants of Ho...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 December 1903

CITIZENI I t nH THE CITIZEN I a n JI r < f 1 i ii IA J o i V 1 J tI t l ti f tm IP 11 s Z J 1 t Y w zYt t y ry F bat 1 1 > I I I I I i 1 I i J I i I I I I I After Forty j ears byI fi Chrlftmcu ftory by I Elisabeth E Stow i I Copyright IMS by Elizabeth E Stow j L S OMEEOW she looked out of place SO1EUOW gay throng of Christ I I mas travelers that enlivened the dull waiting room Whenever I the station masters stentorian voice rang through the room she started tensely only to settle back stiff and i alert as before i She was small and slightly bent Her 1 decent black dress though far from the > latest cut had a nattiness of its own She had probably passed twoscore and ten yet there was a youtbfulness about her that had defied hard work and trouble and sorrow I felt sure that I she had experienced all three At last she glanced shyly In my direction I i Its tiresome waiting Is It nol7 I i ventured Oil no Its all so new and strange I j to me and then Ive only an hour to wait Her ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 December 1903

HOME = MADE I 1 CHRISTMAS PRESENTS liioi FOR THE NbEDtEWOMAN r iliioi A en lug erase for Clirlminn Tlini iii U MIP If II In MilnCnu t 1 lull llutlr CouTtinloiie fur the sewlngtnblc will Ktnernlly lieapproriauU by one that oota iiiuru awIng and tliln sliuuld liu borno In mind wiien the iuestiuu of what to Klvo lor Cnrtktma comes up Little oaioryl M neodltlMJOis with a Rnur < UM HMurtmect of uttdlts pincushions ro mi1 nt i lit tapfinciisur cafes limy t > i oRfrtd the wa > of suKBvotluns here wli has to make something rather n abo I I rate thrlo are vorUlHiBtxtwluKcproiik nowlni wreetu etc i f 8uwlui > apruns Rr 011 Ill Ie nl things In wear when one has a sArttrh of work ahead At the btttiuip of the workI the rlihl side put A foil rorkct rrarhlKK clear acres the alma n pocket 1 foot In width Thin dlvi > It lutothrrod vision nf equal slct and tin ween r call W3 pMSMior of thrcu Krnorous IKJckttl 1 Into which to clip ball thread riieor or all thc work at ones If a sudden s...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 December 1903

THE CITIZEN BRIEFANDTO THE POINT NEWS ITEMS GATHERED IN THIS AND ADJOINING STATES Kvlclcd Slim Is Kroin ID Urnlli IrlMinrr Must Stuml TrliU For nil CM Clmrjo Cunl iniiir nl lIlt In KillingCharleston 1 Charleston V Vn Dec 12Cnll ed States Judge John Jay Jackson decided the habeas corpus JaclsonI John Laing and Stewart I flirt holding they wore federal officers acting un der process of the United States court when they Wiled John Harless and therefore Justified and not amen able to state courts Lalng Is an op orator and Hurt Is In his employ j They accompanied Deputy Marshal Cunningham last winter to arrest i John Harless a leader among tin striking miners An order was Issued for their discharge Attorneys for the state and the United Mine Work ers of America who were prosecutlnK Lain and Hurt cave notice of ape peal Settle Big Case Louisville Ky Dec 15 Attorneys representing the Equitable Life As surance society of the United States and the heirs of R C Whayne com I promised the suit ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 December 1903

Thu llycrift clililicn Hilda Irrne hare Harold Roy and DOIIIC itaawcrl Imvlru a tar ty during tho liolUhiyn mid one afternoon they Hiked plant what they route do to insist themselves and their guests guestsTheir Their Cousin DnnIJ who wan upending his holidays with Hum laid Maidenly Have you ever played nt Living shadow Nona of the uhlidren had ever even heard of f tbrtnnhd they mid to Then they all JllthlrltI round Donald who told I r JllthlrltII I1KHK lust 8ii li K WIIITTINtrroN AND 1119 I tbsCAT XVITlt Til Mil HIIADOUH TIIHOWN tttn do II and wlin the tt IIIu TMK CURTAIN I evening lame this In vunt boy Old They rondo the eM hoolratm Ito nib liter by banging tt big white sheet arrow It OB a tiring nod pulling Mime rows of chain fur the auditor When iho nudtonce was aoatcil they turned out nil the llghti batwing only sue candle boblnd the sheet which threw heir shadow dearly upon It On tho sheet appeared tho picture or t IKIU girl Gnull In n cloak carry Irma n briHkot She 110111 dow...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 December 1903

THE CITIZEN 1 r = LAST NAIL IS DRIVEN Kentucky Building at Worlds Fair Ready For Dedication IT IS A MOST IMPOSING STRUCTURE e Occupies the Best Site On the Exposl tlon Grounds For a State Edifice Has Wide and Deep Lawn For Blue Grass In Front and a Beautiful Cluster of Cedar Trees In the Plot To say that the Kentucky Building at the Louisiana Purchase Exposi Ion is the most pretentious ever erected to represent the State at either a national or International fair is putting It very mildly If Kentuck lans have been ashamed of their State buildings at former expositions and there Is no denying this fact the assertion may be made without fear of contradiction that no citizen of the State will look upon the Ken I tucky Building at the St Louis Worlds Fair without feeling proud > f Ills nativity and tine building which marks the dawn of a new era in Kentuckys life When it was stated that the Kentucky Building occupies the most commanding of nil Stale structures on the ground the write...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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