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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 10 November 1910

yj^vc/ / U'--; i-v. Kntercri April '2'\. 1:? > ? t?: I'lekoii*, S. iin m?coii?I cIuxh mull iii;iticr, tnidur act nii:nii'ii'i'? of :t, ist't 40th Year PICKENS. 8. G.. NOV. 10 1910. ' 'Number 2J THE CAMEL AND Matthew 19:15 "Jcsun said, Suffer little children to ce such is the. Kin eN KOl'TIO towards Jerusalem I to have his blessing upon tin xreatness of their Master an this and rebuked the mothei ntld Sflld' "SlllYi>l' llltlivnllililivm mwl such is the kingdom of heaven," and heads. From this we are not to understat composed of little children. This erroi an impression respecting the Kingdom little children <'iin get into the Kingdo faith arc even "< idled" to the Kiugd< upon little children merely signilied his of the parity and iiinnceuee <>f childin of <Iod mast he like little children in honest and trustful <>f their heavenly ! of I he Kingdom. Another account tells us of Jesus' I would he his disciples must hccome <i dren in guilelessnoss, faith,...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 10 November 1910

Sentinel-Journal. Published Weekly. * PICKJCN8, SOUTH CAROLINA. Isn't It strungo how automobiles won't take a joke? Possibly the socloty smuggler 13 only a kleptomaniac. Further, an aeroplane. Judiciously handled, lays golden egg*. Portland cement Is to be cheaper? have you tried digesting It? Summer keeps running back for just ono more parting word. Detroit goat eats a $10 bill. Well, what goat ever got indigestion from swallowing ten bones? The new five-dollar hills will bo smaller, says an exchange. Easier to break, too, we presume. King Alfonso is afraid he may loso his throne Foolish boy!?why didn't 'Jt- nut it in lii^ uIIm'b ihhm These are fine days to find mushrooms If you feel ill tlx; next day, you'll know that you didn't. NV\v York waiter buys $100,000 worth of government bonds. "All things come to him who waits." Wilcl grapes are very scarce this fall, says the Hoston (!lobe, but the sour variety are stil) plentiful enough. A French duke has Invited his friends to an aero...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 10 November 1910

I Strange ] of an iLMBi Who Becj> Prjri Kmie JL JLVF J8. J9.3k M. 4 gNE of the strangest stories th ever came out of the tropic se la that of Edward Thompson, tl only American who ever becai a king In his own right. Not ing more romantic exists In i etry or legend than the tale i the lad from southern Illino who founded a kingdom In t far-off Isle of Nalkeva. For quarter of a century he ruled hia savage realm, forgetful of t world that had forgotten hi While he sat in liwltrmont nv the affairs of his tribesmen or led his warriors battle the map of tho world was being changed. Only I ho faintest echoes from ci vilization ov reached the island kingdom of Naikcva, where rul< Walla Natnliuka. "tho Child of the Sun." To the Blmpltwnlndod islanders h<> was always looked upon as u supernatural being. His recent death has plunged his people in gloom. The mourning robes of his subjects have been brought out of ^ tho napa huts and worn in the dead king's honor. His two little sons...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 10 November 1910

Pickens Sentinel-Journel V<! *.* ?i'iiiiv? ' >< Kcft-'UiMi' ntotoa At Plokeug FoKtofficc as Second Class | Mail Matter I'iCKKNs. S. : Till I'SU.VV NOV. 10 15)10 ON THE WAN PATH. There comes a lime when forbearance ceases to be a virtue. Then, it is, that we fetch a yell, utter a whoop-e-e and no on the war-path. Hardly ever does a man go "a gunning for game" without just provocation, and the greatest in centive for the "war-whoop" is tin the fall and winter,] when bills are due and the banks, and other creditors are calling: for what is their own, for you to fall behind with your own obligations because you cannot collect what is due you. The merchant, the doctor, the blacksmith, the Drinter. in fact. ness to come forward at onee and settle up. This thing of credit is a had thing? we know, for we have tried it? and would like to collect up and quit it. With a credit system we cannot give the time .*,^.1 i : dim aiin ii 11 in tu tun nor add to the material or make the necess...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 10 November 1910

I tens Sentinel-Journal ?? ?? v?s:,s v \ v \ \ \ v v v.' \ r\ / ' LOCAL BREVITIES \ Some Things You Know and Some ' | . You Don't Know About Our ? (><- Towns, County & People | x \ \ x x:s \ \ xx \ x ^ 3(X' bushels of red oats for sale. G. A. Ellis. ?Lot all who can attend the gala week at Easley Nov. 14-19. ?Cotton sold higher in Pickens last week than at surrounding points. ?Seven yoke work oxen for sale. Gideon lleid, Lake Toxaway, N. C. ir j- _ l _j_ _ l A. ? ?money to loan at a low rate of interest. See James Kirksey Jr., Crow Creek, S. C. N Miss Florence Bowen is visiting friends and relatives at Liberty, Calhoun and Crntral. ?Mrs. J. F. Banister spent a few days recently with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Bowen in Pickens. ,?Dr. E. G. Kirven, dentist of Easley, will be in Pickens ev cry Wednesday. Oltice over Keowee Pharmacy. ?Wolfe Creek school No. 29 will commence Nov. '2lst with Eb. Field as teacher. A fuli attendance is requested. ?North Carolina cabbage and a...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 10 November 1910

IN "PICTURE" HATS | THE FASHIONABLE DESIGNS FOR THE WINTER. Most of the Styles That Will Be Worn Are Decidedly Graceful?Illustration of One of the Most Pleasing. Like and unlike aro these widebrimmed, graceful hats, covered with velvet, which our American beauties vill don when occasions call forth picturesque millinery. They are from vuv/ot VllllllUlll. 1" I I liv II 1 > " *?v excel in hats of this sort. Tho brims curve gently, the crowns nt well, the designs are simple and there is an abundance of rich trimming, bat not a bint of overtriinming. The; illustration shows a black hat ' beautifully made. A mass of white ostrich plumes like a small bank of snow is mounted in a wreath about the j crown. The plume springs from the j front and toward the right side, and In each of these models tho heaviest trimming is at the light. No other trimming could bo us d with such a snowy mass of plumage. The brim is of the droopy variety, but curls upward all around and with more abrupt Very r...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 10 November 1910

I ( B | IN THE Uir I I UN ft IV i-v r 1 ) jvf/ balloon u| WJ advent Wff/W- ?' Journal i^nBis's nation: umphs and soon won recognition particularly in reporting political Ills first voyage of discovery the Chicago Herald, he establishc San Salvador. Arctic exploration flftoen years he made five trips expedition, reaching 81 degrees m map and made such a valuable c voyage north in 1898 aroused keen it, ionn ^?i ?.?? 1 ./w nv anuwuilLCU Lllclt lit' had n dirigible balloon built and out to bo defective and tho trip 1 year found Mr. Wellman back at balloon. A start was made Sept drove the airship back. A landin Two years later, In 1900, Mr. Dane's Island with tho America, m after covering 32 miles the cqullit back to Its landing place, when a Ice hummocks and It exploded. The discovery of tho pole by voyages, and Mr. Wellman, turn! n on need last July that he would t also proved disastrous after he h to Europe. In abandoning (heir craft the Belves into the lifeboat which swu off and were...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 10 November 1910

THE DRAGON'S BACKBONE. uau inciocnt oi naiiroad tonstruolion In China. "When there was undertaken clip eonstruct ion ??f the railway between Klrln and Newel)wnng, the seaport of Man churia. It was proposed to make a junction at a place called Laupien. outBide the city of MuUden. For this permission bad to be obtained from the Tartar general of Mukden. This functionary at once proceeded to cull in iiis geomancers. a species of soothsayers, who gave information concerning tlie good fortune and ill fortune of sites and were supposed by the Chinese to know what demons and dragon^ inhabited the -earth under the surface. These wise men reported that the dragon whose body encircled the holy city of Mukden lay colled up In such a way that if the railway camc through Lanplen the long nails driven int?> the ties would pierce Ids backbone and In all probability set him to raging violently. to the great detriment of the people of Mukden The general consequently refused the application of the...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 17 November 1910

( ~f.t pi c >t? W ' // //, 1TV ^ E 7 IT^Ia T /*? ,r - T r""W:\ % ? - * " .-.? ?. s? ^wSk r>, r ; -^li M I' i i\* $ *'": - 8: *j&. DM A- ? " Jt o.. M.. i 1 ti Ijm w/t: 1\1I/TLLW# * \ ? KiiiiTCil ?i? iMcitoim, s. ?'. ;i* nivoiiiI i'Iunm nifttl tint11<t? iiti |.?r it ( ?# "on oi '3ar?*li :i, I S7J> 40th Year ' PICKENS, 8. (I. NOV. 17 1010. ^ Number 2(i MISIMPHOVED 0 Mnttlio> "Therefore say 1 unto you, IN this Study tlio Great made by tlio religionists bios gives a clearer insl Israel for a time from 1> lier that nominal Ueshly Isri Hence wo limy look for soino> "harvest" timq of lliis Christ To gel the force of (Ik? I,< sary to remember that the ,1c God, of which David's Ivingih they had been exporting a gi thein and bring tliem into pro when he came to introduce ? repent and come back, ( 1 the and tlie I.nw llie.v iced i">! ex told tin* pe ople I li:.i mil.' ; tl noss of tin- scribe* and 1 :ris< members of the long-Wii't i'-fo of this Stndv illustrate...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 17 November 1910

SAVED FROM AN OPERATION By Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound r\ _7 *" Do Forest, "Win.? d&Rtbax. "After an operation four years ago I had pains downward in both sides, :,ll^5 tpf baekacho, and a ||1 Tr : weakness. The doc<^> A tor wanted ino to \ Pf liave another operai? 'vv, li<>n. Ltook l.vdia E. Wtfv I'inkham's Vegeta"f'/y>^rr^Wi ' \ 'do Compound and 7 -1"/' / ? '' ' am entirely cured ( i / > l..f my troubles."? Mrs. Augvstk "Vksriutmanjf, De Forest, Wisconsin. Another operation Avoided. 2\'t'\v uleans, l.a.?"For years I suff?t?m1 from severe female troubles. Pinally 1 was conlined to my bed and the doctor said an operation'was ncfoseary. I Rave Lydia E. Piukham's Vegetable Compound a trial first, and was saved from an operation." ? ^Ir.s. IjIly Pkyuoux, llll KerlereeSt., Iv'ew Orleans, La. Thirty years of unparalleled success confirms the power of J,ydia E. rinkham's Vegetable Compound to euro female diseases. The great volume of unsolicited testimony c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 17 November 1910

r Siloam * Towers By WIL | 1R0VIDENCE ami I 1 see earthquakes suffering while tin slaying their thou J?JV *' quick-firing guns. ^OBrj (loath, working hj chance, seem out My heart sickens mmBammmM every living thin< turns to disaster i out distinction upon young ai 'lives. Or so we say when tl whom we love as we love ours T^aOW find fl?r>?l ortr?w?4 1? i ?i. - V..V ov/u.v i mil, these dangerous towers, thoso i we brent he more freely. For example, malaria nn< 'and whole countries over whi< freeing themselves from a d unjustly. At least this is win tender place. Before the "black death' forgotten them as not to be i tude. liain, hail, snow, ice w They were lurking and dread to fight when their strength river drift swept men's poor t Hard winters came with the later days. And for Ant forees of nature bore at tin greater severity upon him th one of the most easily injure*' him everywhere. These things drove him t against their worst results, upon trunks of trees, lie ( 6tron...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 17 November 1910

Pickens Sentinel-Journel* v.i ?* u m t ???. P|(!Veus UN Scnouci .MhI ' Mil! I , > imcki-:vS. s. c, : TJIUK DVY NOV. IT f!?10 Dr. Bolt Goes "Gunning" | i Pickens, Nov. 15, 1910. ( Dear Mr. Editor:?When 1 ' read your editorial, "On the War Path," in last weeks paper 1 I felt like getting right up in 1 meeting and saying, Amen! ( "Them's my sentiments!'1 In this GOOD county, 1 have : many little accounts (amount- 1 ing to a goodly sum altogether) 1 and some of them are old enough to sprout whiskers. To those owing these accounts ' I wish to say. Do YOU ever stop to think of the inconven- 1 ience YOU cause by neglecting ( these LITTLE things? YOUK obligation does not stop with ' the one you owe, but keeps on ' and on, causing creditor after ' creditor to wait long for what is justly theiis, and is an endless chain of trouble and worry. 1 can not afford to send a collector to see you personally, nor shall 1 trouble to send yon state- ' ments m!1 It' you owe mo von certainly know it am...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 17 November 1910

V Pintail's Mnfil-Jniirnal!. A K ?#jj* \ x- \ \ \ -N X N \ -N/!,. ' ? LOCAL BREVITIES & S| ? . -_.? / < Some Things You Kiioy/ and Some / (] ; You Don't Know About Our j\2 z Towns, County & People ;; s \ \ v\:x \ \ \ N \ \\i * ?For land anywhere in Pick-1 ens county see or write J. R. ^ Ashmore, "The Land Man." |( ?Seven yoke work oxen for sale. Gideon Reid, Lake Toxa- j way, N. C. J ?Mrs. J. R. Ashmore and; ^ children of Pickens, aie on a } visit to relatives at Rosman,U N. 0, |.( ?If it is a nice small farm I ^ j. jl v/iii J \j dkj *J\J av/iuo ncai uia ' ^ Mile that you want, sec me. II. M. Hester. j "The Real Estate Man." '' ?Born on the 10th instant to ' Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Bolt, a fine1 ( daughter, and lier name shall he Helen Winters. ?Have you purchased that farm yet? See II. M. Hester, j "The Heal Estate Man," he has' some bargains on his list. ?J. A. Smith, photographer, win ne m rickens on Mondays of each week instead of Saturdays as heretofore. All who want firs...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 17 November 1910

S e ii t i ii e I Jo u r n a i. Published Weekly. FIUKSUUTil ^UtUUUNA. Let us have ouly denatured autorno'bile races. Are the auto races trying to make bull fights appear humane? Still, at Its new price, radium will hardly be a substitute for coal. Tho new $."> Mils will be smaller. That's appropriate?they act smaller. Connecticut woman earned $10,000 -last year selling eggs?the real thing. So far none of our aviators has been successful enough to break into vaudeville. All the pessimist can see in an aeroplan flight is a big crowd and a stiff i neck. A Ruffalo man was given five years for stealing a cent. Something of a centence, that. New York bank thief collapsed when he was arrested, lie was a close second to the bank. Someone has estimated that the earth weighs seven trillion tons. Hut cheer up! You're not carry ins it. That war in Nicaragua cost 1.000 lives. Men have not yet discarded the blood-letting system In politics. The doctor who thinks that the Adam's apple is respo...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 17 November 1910

JJ fj ' Onthefir fM" *"V 1IE modern battleship Is / 3^ ^ a marvel of concentra- > _ /jj-> Hon and space economy. ^ MKm Thero Is no room for \?|[ things purely ornamen- iffinf L$S|) tol, but every foot of * - in? KI'aco 's used to some 'fj^zlr purpose In connection with the storage or opqfifi oration of the myriad ad- \k juncta necessary for the ? work, the safety and the MQfjk lj comfort of the hundreds of men who crowd oik; of these Moating fortresses. ijf ' If one were to choose, however, tlio J' one section of a battleship which u . ubovo all others Is a veritable nest of Hj^J| *von(lera ami surprises cuoicw wuum unhesitatingly fall upon tln> "bridge"? '' ' that elevated structure which Is so ; appropriately named and which extends the full width of the deck on the forward part of the ship?in front of ' i the huge smokestacks, as a "land lub- ? fflt ber" might designate Us location. ^ For one thing, we Mid on tho \ / bridge an evtn greater array than any- ) fctf/)h "wher...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 17 November 1910

I ITbSl a'sailiafiL yy I foil I Economical In Their Use o? the Daily Papers. ONE JOURNAL READ BY tflANY ' ; -? I A Number of Famiiieu Will Subs?ri'.:c F'or a Single? Paper. Which Goes t ie Rounds?Gome Thrifty bonis Will Only Rent Their Newspapers. One tiling Visitors lo Hoi!;ni<l notice, and that is that u*> one < u tlu- streets or in the cars is seen reoliiei :i mms I paper. I'a purs are not sold or hawked as tlie.v are in Engbtnd and America. It is only when extremely important events take place and the papers print special "bulletins" that these are sometimes bought in the street. Usually the people eon tent themselves by reading these same bulletins when I hey are displayed in the windows of cigar shops, booksellers' shops or at the offices of the newspapers, for the Dutoh people economize in their reading matter. Many curious ways have been devised to reconcile economy with a jlentiful supply ol news and Information. Two, three or more families will com bine to subscri...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 24 November 1910

Entered April ii3? I90:t at I'lckeiiH, S. C. a* mocoikI clu?h initll mutter, under act of Congrot* of .flaroh 3, 187!) 40th Year PICKENS. 8. C.. NOV. 24 1U10. Number 27 "GO YE ALS( Matthe "Many that arc first shall be i Gil A PH culture was one < Teacher. The stony I extensively uso<l as v particular interest the of the beginning of restitution < The grapevine was honored to symbolize himself and tlie branches;" "My Father is the that ye benr much fruit;" "1'vei it that, it may bring forth more fruit tie InWoItt iiwnv" Our present Study, tin* Para foregoing. but shows f 1 n? nntti cnch one of tlio Lord'.: rousocr: dom shortly to bo established, and Mr. ;tcr icu! with th> Ileavi vino, look in:; out for > injur assisting every way i1? the pr< Kvidemly many C'hrNtiin pee laborers in the Church of Chri faith" until we sill eoine to the St. Paul appreciated this prh tied servants of the New Cov? boseeeh men. He ye reconcile* negligent of Ids opportnnities t milium- nr;i...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 24 November 1910

Sentinel -Journal. Published Weekly. PICKJDN8. SOUTH CAROLINA. Build, do not knock. Ib It roally autumn at last? If a hen is a bird, what is a bird? Dynamiters aro criminals of the low- j est typo. There were high tilers even before the days of airships. In a dirigible balloon there la no- ( c LU UUt UWU/, Whoever named It tlie "dirigible" balloon should try again. Fly paper Is not a good antidote for typhoid, but It may bo a preventive. An aviation meet is equal to an opera season for bringing a spell of .bad weather. i Those customs inspectors are becoming so expert that they can actually smell jewelry. Cholera has gone to Siberia?of Its own notion. If it would only stay thoro In perpetual exile! Now approaches tho season when the chauffeurs of balloons will have to take their vacations. That woman Joy rider who stole cabbages seems to have had one concealed i? her drum-major hat. This country has raised 1,000.000.000 ! ouBhels of oats during the past, season, not including the wi...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 24 November 1910

o h _ *a SOMEWHERE down the road tho engine stopped to get a drink. There was nothing in it for tho passengers, tho day being Sunday and tho lid woll clamped down, even in the Ozark country, "where tho moon is said to shine in tho darkness occasionally. Nevertheless the passengers got something "worth while stopping for. What they wan a picture, it was a simplo composition with a background of crimBon autumnal foliage, a weather stained log house In the middle distance, well screened In woodbine and trumpet creeper, the frost-nipped remains of an old-fashioned garden and ?right In the middle foreground, not a etono's throw from the track?the solitary figure. 11c stood beside the squat gatepost, just as if ho had been paint(Od thero a good half century ago, a cob pipe in his mouth and .a somowhat (tattered straw hat pushed well back from his florid brow and straight gray ihalr. His lean arms embraced, as far iaa human arms could reach, a mammoth pumpkin that reposed on the igatopost,...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 24 November 1910

The Story?r c *lI saw a dream which made ifie my bed and the visions of m; Once upon a tune there was a man And that man was wond'rous wise. For every time he wanted to sleep He had to shut his eyes. This man had a dream, a vision, which troubled him sorely, sn nine)) un flilH lio imf sleep and get liis rest. In substance, he dreamed he was young, starting out in life, he worked, he saved, he spent sparingly of his accumulations, he read all the papers he could get and devoured all the books he could borrow (failing to pay for his papers or returning the books) and was considered a well lmformed man. and a frugal one. In course of time ho was possessed of a disease and was in groat distress both of body and mind, but a Hood Samaritan. a doctor, a man wellversed in alchemy and the lore of medicine came to hi:- bedside. ! administered unto him. nursed! and watched over him, and fin- ' n 11 v <i lii i>i tii nnrni'il I health and strength. While on! his sick bed he \v;is full of p...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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