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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 22 December 1906

mm The Christmas Guest BY CHARLES H. CRANDALL. Cold sweeps the wind In every hill and valley, Its kisses glaze the rivers and the sea, It drives Its steeds through avenue and alley, And laughs to see the shivering people flee. Yet by the hearthfire glowing the north wind shall not rest, Where glad hands are bestowing cheer for the Christmas Guest. Good people all, wherever ye are dwelling, In crowded streets or on the lonely farm, Join In. the Christmas message, sweetly swelling, And make each home a haven bright and warm, For hearts, If true and lowly, The manger-cradles are, Where comes the Child-Guest holy With love, the guiding Star. SI MOTHER'S By SUSAN HUBBARD MARTIN There were three girls of them, all merry, light-hearted and thoughtless, but this evening a new seriousness was upon them. For one thing, moth er had gone to bed with a sharp neu ralgic attack that somehow was be coming, of late, a too frequent occur rence. Another was that father had Just given them their Christ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 22 December 1906

The Rising Son. WM. T. WASHINGTON, Editor nnd Owner. Office !ll E. Twelfth St. Fabllstaed Efer Week RISING SON PUBLISHINCCO TBDBSCR1PTION BATES: a. at ItllMIM )4 f "u acntti .. f aa aaoath It aHely paid ta advaaea fwlara. ol t Pott Offlt at XanMM Ctty, a 5oc.4 C'iuM .Af attar. Correspondent wanted In every city III Vown to thin state. Write na. 11 news matter Intended ft r pab UoaXloa should reach our office nut la tor than Tuigday, of each weak u Bust be signed by the writer not for publication, but aa guarantee of auth enticity. Offire 504 L.uat 12th St. Kansas City, Mo Advertising Ratae, far aa Ibd. oaa laaartlua t M at od Inch. each abwquaat laserUoa. JO or too larhf. ihr aioath .. 1.0 Fur two lack, all moaUi too f or two loctaaa, alna moots. 1000 teatwolaeaae litlx aioatbt HOD ELDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. ifc The paid circulation cf The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 22 December 1906

ft ISotel woltero' JToixxti.qJL Solldgy Bditlon. D the msmo son. JOHN T. MORELAtfD, Solicitor. Remember pleiUd It's trie little bit we collect here ana t lere that enables ui to run from year to year." LOCALS. All kinds of hot and cold drinks at McCampbell and Houston. The negro like a child will wait for the Republicans to do their duty by us. Bud Kennedy, a one-time Kansas City resident Is In the city from St. Paul. Eliza Jessee will rent you a room at 1118 Campbell, rear. Give her a trial. Let some one read m the Rising Son what you are doing in business or society. The negro undertakers are doing the bulk of the negroe's burying and the. Hon is glad or It. Watch the Judges In the county and you will see whethe these clubs will 'be closed or not. Will Judge Kyle revive those ap peal cases of the clubs and stir them up over in the court house? After January the first it Is the In tentlon of lawyer Calloway to sever his connections yith Hueston. Any one desiring to buy a fine squar...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 22 December 1906

CHARGED WITH MURDER OF CHILDREN AND HUSBAND PHILADELPHIA WOMAN UNDER ARREST Mrs. Bridget Carey Said to Hare in Committal of Atrociou Tragedy Has Stirred rMI;i.cij!i!.. Charged with one of l.i' tiiosi N: i itiV ('ini',s on record, V or her htilmml and two 1 ' I chiM'vti fir ;iliy uins of In t':' nice, with perhai s the added mo IK''' f getting ri.l of tl.c-ii to r.uilituto :i tii.ivt i r.;i- wit!' :iii..tli.-r man. Mrs. I'l i'U.-t Can ;. ..: Niiictri Mil: and Ham I. Inn 1 r . i : .- . is now awaiiitr; trial, while til.- evidence is hourly heroiuim; iu'i . and more Hlnum that may send Iut to the gallows. Tin., police say Hi.".' will have the woman s lover In Mi dock with her when s-he faces the 3 1 1 f - Not only Is fOio charged with these raiiictrntiH minders tif a devoted hits Imii.I and the children which she bore, lint also with that of (i man anil w.unan who board"d with her and upon whoso lives also who hud lnsur .in'1.' nd while tlii.- revolting tragedy was Veins i-narte.l at P...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 22 December 1906

LOOKS AFTER BANKS DUTIES OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY. William Qarrtt Rldgely Hat Onerous" Duties In Hit Supervision of the Financial Institutions of the Country. A doctor for banks that are sick, a policeman for basks that are well, and an executioner for banks that need the ax. Swb, stripped of the flummery of his title, is the comp troller of the currency of the .United 8tates. A disgraceful number of bankers are In Jail. There are 13 in the Ohio penitentiary. Others have gone away In stealth and Tanlshed among the un identified. Some are In the graves of the self-murdered, And there would be more In prison, more In hiding and more in perdition but for th"e govern mental doctor, policeman and execu tioner, writes James B. Morrow in the Cincinnati Enquirer. Since 1901 the name of that officer has been William Barret Rldgely. He Is a human treasure house for hoard ed romances and tragedies In money the father confessor, as well as the rod of wrath, the detector and phy sician...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 22 December 1906

"A Small Insight Into tht Condition of tho Negro Sine tha Death of Wm. McKlnley. At the death of Wm. McKlnley Ne groes hung their heads and went thru the street saying; that we would not get another president to fill his place In regards to his attitude toward the Negro. But as this world goes hust ling on great men from the theatei of life, equally as great men arise to take their place. - Tramping In the footsteps of Wm. McKlnley came Theodore Roosevelt with his splendid principles of man hood and his btoad expansive view of the Negro and his trials. No mar. is perfect, for if they were there would be no use In the making. Under President Roosevelt such ne groes WCTe appointed to offices as follow: Charles W. Anderson, of New York, as collector; Lewis, as assisting United Slates district At torney of Honton; Crura, of Charles ton; W. T. Vernon, as United States Registrar of Treasury; Dr. Furnish as resident minister to Hayti, and a greater number of minor positions were given to t...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 5 January 1907

VX' Pys to Advertise In the Rising Gon VOLUME XI. The Great Republican Ship of Jack son County is Tottering. Two years ago a gang of white re publican wire fixers got together and framed a ticket pledge to the platform of Theodore Roosevelt. This platform mind you, had in it the unwritten pledge that if the ticket was success ful the negro would come in for his share of recognition. Through thut vivid personality of Roosevelt and the blind following of 5,500 the negro vo ters that ticket was successful. When the negro knocked at the door of hope it was slammed in his black face. Just a few weeks ago that same gang of wire pullers and same ticket fcubmitted itself to the black voters for renewed supiiort. At the outset the negroes were up in arms, swear ing vengeance on the ticket and those responsible for the ticket. The Sou believes that if the election had oc curred then the negroes would sure ly have defeated the entire ticket. Thos. R. Marks was made chairman of the county commi...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 5 January 1907

Round About New York Happenings Here and There in Gotham Millionaires to Have Fin est'Go'f Links in the WorldFeline with Diamonds io Her Ears Stirs Up Society Woaien. J V P ..'. and the Short Hole a: St. Andrews. j !nn.l to New rrk city where the nature of the soil and , ' "'t f.ii e .na'-e it possible to teii'd an ideal course. On no v, m;h s of Ni w Yolk is it fossible to build such a course. : 1 t:..-i (til' : : !!' land has ni r a :ni of contictimts sea frontage, with sand ir to th.ise a'iroad. I !: iav. l ; !!. '.. ise l !s "n wha u known as SeUonae neck snd to the i .'f Shitnifcvk Hi'.! .Mtt'iti 1: is practically hounded on three sides Hi.il Picnic lay a ltd fold Sprina hay. r -one-.-ant with tin- curs s abroad as well as the host in this :y. whi'-h are ci m-mv conc-ded to lie those of the Garden City Golf M.'pia Hunt ( 1 X.i and the t'hii .ic ) Coif cluli. realize that as yet Anier .is no links comparable with the !asic courses In Great Hrltaln and nd. li is the otijoct of th...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 5 January 1907

Amemkca's MSI m KYTVY, The Working Girl in the City ",V. ' y' Vrom Boston to San Francisco all the larger cities can boast of their parks which have been established that the people of the cities might not b deprived of the health and blessing of preen grass, shady trees, blooming flowers and other natural attractions. The irk Idea Is a growth of recent years, and yet at the present time It is said that the parks and forest res ervations of the United States have a total area of 88,720,000 acres, equal to that of the Philippine islands or of all of New England. New York state aud West Virginia combined. It is only little, more than half a century since the first park In the I'nlted States was established at Worcester, Mass., and in commemora tion of that event a memorial gateway has recently been erected at the en trance to the park. On the tablet placed on either side of the gateway Is the following inscription: This section of ELM PARK, : i containing 27 acres, deeded to : : the C...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 5 January 1907

The Rising Son. VM. T. WASHINGTON, lMltor ninl Owner. OflliP !'l I K. Twelfth St. Published K-fry Week HI8ING SON PUBLISHINGCO THUBSCKIITION RATES: fa . MM tl nvaa mm H Thr nuniM at a aoavt If orletly paid ta adTanaa tnUnd at tht part Offlrt l JfanMJ OUj, Siccnd L'Iom Jfaitar. OorreapondenU wanted In every city Ul town iq thl stale. Write as. All news matter Intended t r pub Uoavtien should reach our office not 1ft tor than Tutmlay, of each week bb4 Bust be tlRoed by the writer not tor publication, but m guarantee of auth uttelty. Office HI 4 Kist. U'tli SI. K;itis;:s t'ltj-. Mo Advsrttatiig RaUl, far omt mch, on tntarllna I .H or on Inch, each ahMciuaat Insartloa. .10 or larhn, three month sua for two tach, ! moalii too For two lncha, nine month Mat ? two laenas twelve month UQO OLDEST NECiRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. ifc i"he paid circulation cf Tub Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly nevspapcrs...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 5 January 1907

ETotol Waitero JToixyxmn,! lBrollcta,3r ISdltio:nt THE RISING SON. JOHN T. MORELAND, Solicitor. Rnmembcr please It' tbe little bit we collect here ana lere t'it enable u to run from year Ui year." LOCALS. All kinds of hot and cold drinks at McCamphell and Houston. Miss Bertie Groves of Qnlndaro College Is among the death list. General conference of the Btahops at Allen Chapel January 10, 19ofi. The nepro like a child will wait for the Republicans to do their duty by us. Eliza Jessce will rent you a room at 111S Campbell, rear. Give her a trial. It pcenis to be the Intention of cer tain negroes to hide everything that goes. lA-t some one read In tho Rising Son what you are doing In business or society. Mrs. Maggie Heart once Maggie Jackson is In the city visiting from St. Paul. The negro undertakers are doing the bulk of the negroe'g burying and the Son Is glad of It. Watch the Judges in the county and you will see whethe these clubs will be closed or not. Mrs. Adele Miller is visiti...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 5 January 1907

I 'FRISCO FIEISlfSTODY Man and Boy, Who for Forty Days Terrorized Ihe Coast City, Now AN EXTRAORDINARY Younger of the Two Desperadoes Breaks Down and ConfessesThree Murders, Many Brutal Holdups, and Demoralization of Police Force Is Their Record. S.m Fram isoo. Three separate ' murder without a shut, a knife thrust r recourse to poison; two brutal as- j s.iuits that almost resulted In death; h 1 x I . i midday hank robbery; at least I thtcc hold tips; the demoralization of a metropolitan police force and the all- ."Into term; ism of a city of nearly i too. em)-this stands as the 40 days' j record ,f a man and a hoy whom the , bxal police describe as the most re- im.ii Kahlo brace of criminals they have , ever placed tinder lock and key. 1 he elder u a Kanaka, of a good f a ft : ! j and cdiicated In a select school. Hi. name is John Slemsen. and he Is a handsome fellow of muscular as pect h'i'. effeminate manner. The j'iMnecr. Luiils Palmer, Is only 18 Mrs dd When Siemsen was nonchal...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 5 January 1907

IN THE GAY WHIRL CASON AT THE CAPITAL NOW IN PULL tWINQ. Senator and Mr. Knox Hava Takan Possession of Their New Home Entertainments by Speaker Can non Looked Forward to. Washington ; enjoying an unusually large colony of Pennsylvania people, and they are In evidence everywhere, from the sprightly debutante tea, which forms the most frequent diver sion, to the lulld forms of early sea son "at homes." Senator and Mrs. Knox have opened their beautiful K street house, and Mrs. Knox, who Is one of the moat prodigious walkers In Washington, is Heen about the calling nnd shopping districts at almost all hours of the day. She Is so petite and well dressed, bo sprightly and friendly, that every one Is Interested In her. Mr. and Mrs. Sibley have opened their fine new Massachusetts avenue house, bought early this fall, ana they are expected to entertain extensively. Representative and Mrs. George F, Huff are at their residence, 1325 Six toenth street, where they will remain until the completi...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 5 January 1907

1 J ti ll -s Hi J. t NOW LET WAR BE WAGED AGAINST CLUBS AND GAMBLING DENS WHERE NEGRO YOUTHS ARE HURLED TO DESTRUCTION. Tin ft 1 11 i i i t -: i it Jiiduos linve l.ctn tlwtil to ctiy lii'iuli. cxi't'pl. tlin riiintniil l-csu-h. What will t'.iry ln li pi t i(1uiii,. t'.n ir claims in Hie mini fy ami ri!. In tlii coiiinninll y ;m omu' ii i ii i n t ii in ii ms that mi' lu ll linlfs :n:i tin' ninht ilamtial ! jiLio s fur I in- downfall cf niiiiu lmys ;itil i;ii ls. 'I'h Mi' is tml iim clnli at tliU wi itin that Is cetiiitt d f:oiu this cumi'iiiuu anil liiat Is tin- 'a;ti is Cat- rilU Assrlation at U'.'". It.ill iiiun a place fur tln uat Im i of all the waiters jitul r.iilniail purlivs !n wl.sli fur a plan- to stay whili- tlicy a iv waitlni; for lii'iirs .if watch to lie- ' Kin. Now tli( rest, (if the place t.ir Son Intends with lis tlmiisaiiils (if supporters liotli Mark anil white to ( any on an iincoiiiprninlsiiiK ami tin-1 fliiu'hiim campaign against them ' l.lkt' Frederick Douglas,...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 2 February 1907

I 1 AAaBHHHHHMiHtMWn : : ! : 1 : 1 !!L i " it Pays to Advertise In the Rising Gon for It Beaches Klore Homes of Colored People than any othei Paper In the Gtato. VOLUME XI. KANSAS CITY, MO., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1907. NUMBER 22 Special Rising; Son. Hon. W. T. Vr, the register of the United- State treasury was in th! city January to deliver the emancipa tion address of the 43rd, year of the freedom of the Negro. It was through Rev. L. O. Jordan, the secretary of the Afro-American council that the citizens of this community got an op podtunlty to hear the most .distin guished orator. While here he was In the hands of such well known per sons as Miss Nannie H. Burroughs, Col. R. W. Thompson, Rev. L. O. Jordan and Carry B. Lewis. His address was not political, but one of advice, encouragement and hope for the future of x the race. Throughout his speech he arggued for the better things that go to make good cltUenship. H etold most pa thetically of the part that Negroes have taken in war...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 2 February 1907

CAPTAIN ALLEN'S GRAVE. Man for Whom Allen Street Was Named Is Buried in England. Probably none of the foreign bom population swaniili::; In Allen street. New York city, .-ml few other New Yorkers, for flint matter, are aware that the almost forgotten naval oHlcer for whom the thorou'.;hfajo was named lies in a norioctod grave Hire thousand tulles aeries the Atlantic. A dirty f-lah, fie 1 niralnst a house on the south side of St. Andrew' church yard. In Plymouth. England, is tho monument of the courageous youti command-i- who L-ave a tiainful twist to the P.rillsh lien's tail before his 1 daring raid In Its home waters was checked. William Il--nry Allen, a yonm; Rhode Islander, entered the navy as "middy" In IVO. Mo was third lieu tenant on tho Chesapeake when she struck her colors to the I'.rltish fiiK nte Leopard In 1807, and ho drew up the letter of the othccrs to the secre tary of the navy. urKlnjr the trial of Captain .lames llarron for neglect of duty. A3 llret lieutenant of th...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 2 February 1907

Ths Nation' -222 J Dr. Wiley I chief of the Bureau of Chemistry of the Department of Agri culture. He i the man who recently studied the effect of boric acid and borax on the "poison squad." OLD CURIOSITY SHOP. QUAINT NEW HAMPSHIRE STORE FILLED WITH ANCIENT RELIC8. Historic Clock Brought to Little Town of Walpole About 150 Years Ago Among Possessions of D. W. Smith, the Shopkeeper. Walpole, N. H. Walpole has an old curiosity shop of more than local fame. For a number of years Wal pole has been noted for its summer visitors. Through them the little old curiosity shop has gained a wide reputation, and with its property, a lifelong resident of the town Is now pointed out as one of the sights of the village. Walpole is one of the roost historla places In the state, and lies in a his toric country. Just across the river the first blood of the revolution was shed at the Westminster court house and the first bridge across the Con necticut was constructed. Here was the first settlement in t...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 2 February 1907

The Rising Son. WM. T. WASHINGTON, Editor nnd Owner. Office Ml K. Twelfth St. FabllHhed Every Week HI8INOSON PUBLISHING CO THDBSCRIPTION RATSS: pJ&..:v:r.:::: BOOtO M M tt erlatl Mid la tdTM tatared ifo Pott Offlet t Xanau OK, a 5oot Claaa Jfar. OorraspondeDta wanted la e?ery ely us town id this tute. Writ a. 11 news matter Intended ft r pub Ueatita should reach our office not la ter than Tutsdar, of each week aae aat be tinned by the writer aot for publication, but aa guarantee of auth enticity. Office 914 K.ist 2h Kiitisiis City, Mo. St. Advertising Rates, fat aa leh, oae t rtlna t .M ter oat Inch, tech tabttquNI lntertloa .SO for two tacbM, three Bon 10 1.0 for two lecb, tn moeUi (00 Fortwolnch.n, nine noatkn 10 00 ?ertelaehe twelve sooths 11 00 OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE RFST. ihe paid circulation cf The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. WILL IT BE A JIM CROW LAW. Momli...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 2 February 1907

ISIot"! ww gxltoxro Journal XSdltlon.. the msmo son. JOHN T. MOKELAND, Solicitor. Remember please It's the little bit we collect here ana i acre that enable us to run from rear to year." LOCALS. All kinds of hot and cold drinks at McCampbell and Houston. Get busy! The African, American employment agency will help you. r- Ellza Jessee will rent you a room at 1118 Campbell, rear. Give her a trial. It seems to be the intention of cer tain negroes to hide everything that goes. Let some one read in the Rising Son what you are doing in business or society. Mrs. Maggie Heart once Maggie Jackson Is in the city visiting from St. Paul. Rev. Ridley of this pity, husband of Mrs. Ridley of Rosedale, Kans., died this week. The negro undertakers aro doing the Jmlk of the negroe s burying aud the Son Is glad of it. Mrs. Adele Miller is vlBltlng Mrs, Pete Finney at 1721 Forest enroute to Jerome Arizona. Any one desiring to buy a fine square lilano for S40 please call M, at the office of the Rising S...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 2 February 1907

New York. A hn!llr r".il littwcn ; :iw. ?"i l; i s, t lio noil exhatisi lvi on 1' -I ever lu lil bclwe-n tlu'se craft. I M'luvlnltfil to t:;!;r place In the '.valors of .!irrag.i't.e!t la ami tli noa off fie lUi'hk- island cna.f tl U mcmt'i. Vitv cmiceivaXo te.-it t i ul.i.h a .a'.iaiai hie li;it ;:i lie s.ilj -clod to h 'ermine In ' -liability ami effective ness will In- emploved. a wool, or more 1: i:m devoted to each cutiipct iter, and i the li-s i!l will lie; .end the rh'ico f t;. - I'ltiti'.l S'.'.'is C 'vci aa.'-tit In the f i. ther ili'M l.ij'tia ii" f 'his branch :' its navil service tha' has been (! i''.-(1 ti ; i-. ti iii.c- ;ti:it inn of $ ! nno.ooo Is r-i-.v avuila'il- for the bi.ihiin:: of i-.l-lairiiu'-i :;s us the type is do- i'!"il ii;ui. Kurth'-r a;M'rarl.".t!oii: c -v I. in order that this fiiv-o-. i an'at may ki iy ji.rv wUh H-tropem T.o-vi-rsi la sn'miai ir.o ar'lvity inure ii"iily ii'ii'i if lias been il lint. Kilif uf these mi mis cntfi aie now in tho Aa'.i i I...

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