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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 July 1904

Ii I A TORPEDO ATTACK I ATORPEDOATTACKThe The Japanese Attempted to Pen ctrntc Into the Harbor nt Port Arthur Sunday WERE REPULSED WITHOUT LOSS I II I Severe Fighting Took Place Around f the Port July 7ltlllslnllll Admit Loan of 1000 Killed If Gen Sakharoff Confirms the Report of the Jap Occupation of Kal Chou Russian Loss Was 150 Killed or Wounded I i Cho boo July l1A European who left Port Arthur at C oclock Sunday t afternoon reports that tie Japanese made u torpedo attack Sunday morn l lug attempting to penetrate Into tho harbor They wore repulsed without t loss to either aide Tho European reports further that occurredI around Port Arthur Tho Husslana l claimed to havo driven tho Japanese back on nil sides but admitted a loss of over 1000 killed Seven hundred i wounded arc said to have arrived at Port Arthur July 8 and It was report ed that moro ware to como In St Petersburg July l1Ilout Gen SakbarofT In a dispatch to the general i + tart confirms tho report of tho Japan ese occ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 July 1904

i d THE CITIZEN 1 11111111111111111 1111111 J I J 11 J I II I I II II J 11 III II III I Eastern Kentucky News 10 corrupoll4ellce Jjllbllhe4 coke IIClle4 III toll by the writer The DAme II not for Jjllb1lcaUOII Dot II II evidence 01 good faith Write Jjlalllly I 1 I 11 J IH H 1 IJ III I I 11 111 JJN 1 J JI JII 11 I HI1HHI1IF OWSLEY COUNTY OAR BAR0 July t11o have had lots of rain the past week nnd crops arc looking fine Sherman Rowland of Whit Oak was hero Tuesday on business Meredith Reynolds of Evorsolt was hero Tuesday and Wednesday Mrs Emma Cole has purchased nn orgauC B Gabbard was at Boone yule Friday shoppingChas E Moore went to Winchester Friday to see his brother Price July 0The heaviest rain and thunder storm of the season swept over this section Friday doing con siderable damage to growing crops Miss Lucy Reynolds of Evcrsok visited her sister Mrs Emma Colt Sundayand Monday Mereditl Gabbard will teach the school at this placoDr C II Mooro will teach at Grassy Branch this yea...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 July 1904

t JAMES MILTON RACER IlIltr and Pulliliher IJAMES IIIImd II CAt PwtojlltA elAN tIIIIU II etulter Reran fir aa moM THE CITIZEN I I VOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 21 1904 One dollar a year NO 6 r 1IDEAS What some public shakers lack hi depth they innku up in length The Devil tempts othor men but idle mOil tempt tho Devil Totho old tho world HCUIIIH to have gone lutckward because they them selves have gone forward TAKE NOTICE Colored sul > scrilcrfl should rend 1 our E3O npccitil offer on this page Interest grows in THE CITIZENS Free Scholarship contest If you mouii to enter get your ammo in soon 1Doot delay too long Subscribers who iiindo estimates In tho Worlds Fair guessing realest t will Iw interested In the report given in another ooluinn i IN OUR OWN COUNTRY 1Property worth 75000 was des troyed by tin at Portsmouth 0 II the Itepubliunim of Went Virginia nominated W O Dawson for hover nor MXK employm of meal pncking houses of tho U S have stru...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 July 1904

JOf EVERYWHERE yt there is Joy In the morning light Joy In the rising sun Soy at the lion door of night After the dy Is done 1 Joy in the floating clouds ocrhead Joy In the azure skies Joy when the autumn leaves ot rat tiring us a glad surprIse Joy in the early flowers of spring Joy In the birds sweet song Joy the returning echoes bring Cheerily borne along Joy In the fervid noonday glow Is It a pleasant dream Joy In the very winds that blow Joy In the dancing stream Joy In the glades the rocks the rills Joy on the mountain side Joy on the plains and wooded hills Joy on the rushing tide I If we have hope for Joys above Happy our lives may be ShInIng with rays of peace and love Over a stormy sea D F M Sours In United Presbyterian THE MISSISSIPPI MISSISSIPPIBUBBLE BUBBLE I By EMERSON HOUGH I Author ofThe Story of the Cowboy NTIIe Girl at the Hlfw y House Btc CbpjrlgbtliOJ by Knunon Rough CHAPTER XLII CONTINUED The faithful Swiss who had re mained close to his employer all the time and...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 July 1904

ITHE CITIZEN I HHM The Home rl JBNNIB LESTER HILL l141torI HHHMiHHHH iI Iv IlF1 Some Good Old Games Iliac M > uplu unto lxkimiiiikr to find out what children havo always known Unit thero to a Kriiit deal of ediica linn in playing Annies Tim gill or IxiyJ who IN quickest and nuwt aotivu in till Kimirs at 1lliiy lime ix the OliO who ollght to lx > IxHt ill Inn Kcliool work SoinctiincH though ono may 141 autivi in lily but lay in mind anti HO wiU not mako hiniHclf try to get hm IwAoiw Hum art HOIIKJ old old gaiuitt that Imvo driven HIM lai liens from tho minds and IxxlitH of Hclux Lliildrcn for agtH I guetw Hopping Iases SiilH ant eliowti and each player IiIlH hm opMiiiiit and tho parties enter their haws fonnitl hy n lino drawn Hit length of the ground knell player then folds IH arms hops on one leg and tries to get into the opMMiti IIIIMI + The vanquished one rutireH from the gain and the victor returns to aid his own party Tin game is won liy UIOHO who while hopping take entir...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 July 1904

The Citizen s > IncFiNoiNT FAMILY N > xwsrArtls roblUhtd trtry Thursday t serve Xf JAMES M RACER Edltoi sad Publish UBBOBIITIOM nATB8 rATABLB IX ADTAXCB 1111Ita sea month M MTktM Read moncrby Postone sConr OrdJIIr MMI Hooey brew Chick Drift lUftoUrat Lag of OM sad two ct lUap Ttu Vt alMr your am shows lo wba4 tat year subsoriptloi II paid If It 11 art ibantstl within llrMWeek after wndtaa at QIllouf1 I mbserltMri wishing TUB birds topped Mast notify ui at tbs zptraUon of thair sub Isrlptlon paring all swan oth rwlM WI atall Kosldcr that thy with It continued > Kotlfr at t oMxofiuiy ohaivrtjlm aIIa1lI Ins triBf both old and nsw addrouea MlMlng Knmben dOl to wrapven eomlnf tit in the mails or oihtrwlM wm gladly b sup pled If we an iottfled AK BU Wanted In every locality Write for terms Anyone and ng us four nsw yurly febsciipUois will noelT THI ornicx teas or ans Jar J BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in every room All aerTioo fintolua Popu...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 July 1904

1 DO NOT NEGLECT TILING Its the Only Way in Which Thou sands of Acres of Laud Can Be Improved Permanently The wonderful effect resulting from ft system of Ulo drainage as seen on many farms should bo an Incentive to increasing Interest In this work That thero should bo little Improvement of I I this kind In a now and unimproved country where land IB comparatively cheap Is not surprising It Is not however so easy to understand why people aro so slow to make such Im provements In the older sections of the country whoro land Is high t That there is a Very largo amount of land In these older Bottled portions of the country that would bo greatly Improved by a good system of tiling there can bo no question A farmer living In western Now York writing to the Rural Now Yorker says Even hero In wostern Now York re ferred to by many as tho garden of the state thousands of acres that am not In proper condition are each year plowed and planted to crops nor can they bo expected to afford favorabl...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 July 1904

I THE CITIZEN I I IBerea and Vicinity IGATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES lHHHH 1 1 1 + 1 11 + 11 + 1 1 11 1 1 II HMHHHHl MHHHMM Mrs Bert Coddington is spending the week at Scaffold Cane John Gnbbard has his new house on Candeo street well under way J V Kinney and Mrs Lester of Corbin were Berea visitors Monday Chas Koynolds alldwife of Orlando are visiting friends in Berea Jas A Anderson west of town recently sold 14 young mules at nn average of i75 Mrs J C Armstrong has returned from a visit with her daughter Mrs Gilbert at London John Boggs and two sons are working on a pipe line near Jane in Harlan county Mrs M S Owens and Dr Lafayette Cornelius were married at Denver Colo July 12 Mr and Mrs C D Lewis left this morning for a three weeks visit in Pulaski and Casey counties Ike Ogg formerly of Bear Wallow died at La Follette Teat and was buried at Pilot Knob Monday C I Ogg went to Kirksville Fri day to take pictures of the Fair to be used in next years Fair catalogue Hev Andrew ll...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 July 1904

i VOLUNTEER FLEET Gorman and English Vessels Be I Jug Seized by It in the d f lied Sea SEARCH FOR CONTRABAND GOODS I I The Kusolnn Fleet Passing the Dar I duncllotf Causes Much Coinnieul In I London mid llorlln I I I The British Government Is Urged to Take Action Especially For the Protection of British Com merce In the Red Sea Adon July 181110 North German Lloyd utramur Prlnz Henrlch which has arrived hero from Hamburg re ports that mho was stopped by the HUB BJan volunteer Hoot steamer Smolensk and compvllod to gtvo up 31 sacks ot lottorsi and 24 sacks and boxes of par eels all Intended for Japan It In reported that tho Peninsular nnd Oriental Cos ntuunor Malacca I boont t seized In tho ltd 8m by tho Russian volunUwrs flout stmmor 8t Peters burgIxjudon Ixjudon July 18A dispatch from Aden to tho Dolly Mall says that the captain of tho British steamer wolj para reports that tho Iluaslan volun teer fleet steamer 8C Petersburg sigI I nalled him to stop by firing across thoI bows of th...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 July 1904

THE CITIZEN JHHHSH i Eastern Kentucky News II in foil by the writer The name is not for publication bat M an evidence of good faith Write pliinly oIYMII 11 111 I I I I I I I I t I I I lot I I I I IM t1 frf tIt t t II I ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONE July IS11e hada pleasant shower Saturday evening which even ono was glad to seeHm J W Lambert and wife attended church on Brush Fork in Madison county SundayJesso Wren who has been working on the railroad at White Station is at homo for a few days on account of a mashed too Nannie the smallchild of Mr and Mrs J B Coyk of this place is not expected to liveHev J W Lambert was in Berea Saturday on uu inc8sr and Mrs Harry Woodall of Estill county arc visiting relatives in this neighborhood The small child ol Joseph Wren is thoOghfto bo some hltterJ M Nave of oanvaywas at Boone Saturday on business Joseph Griiliu hnVi bought a new Deering mowing nlachlno and rake Mrs Mary Wren who has been very Hick is able to be out again Isaac Martin of Rockford w...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 July 1904

I fHIrI 9IIIEMHtHI1 11I JAMES MILTON RACER I Editor and Publisher fntertd at fat Potlofflet at Ktrta Ay ai tteond clou nattmatttr Ihkrtd H + + H + HIIrrHH THE CITIZEN VOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 28 1901 One dollar a year Y0 C I IDEAS t No ono ever deceives for a good > lirXW 0 It III hard to lose a fault but very lit to find one t If you would loam lilt vuliio of 11 dollar try tolwrrowono II FROM THE WIDE WORLD Russian warships aru rejKirted to liavo Hunk two Japanese HclioouerH 1 A British merchant ship was mink by tlio Russian Vladivostok squadron Thu ItiiHHiiuiH have evacuated New Chwang and burned till railway nta tiou I tiouThi Russian civil authorities loft New Chwang and Governineut prop I erty is loiiig destroyed I A German merchant ship waH stopM > d and searched hn Russian warship in tho Gulf of Finland I The Russian Government has an propriatid 1IKHKK for imiiiodi ii to improvement on the Siberian railwayRussia Russia has iix &g...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 July 1904

o The Citizen Aw IXDEFKNDENT FAMILY Nuwsrina I Fabllihed nUT Tbnndtf at Here E 7 JAMES M RACER Sdltor and Publisher UBSCUIPTION RATES rAT BU IK ADTA11 tats 1108Iz 611 nonthi 0 o 60 Tart montbi TS r lend money bT rot omc Monty Order Its frtleMLatter Latter or one and two centiUmpn Th Vat alter your name thowi to what late your lubicrlpllon li paid If It I not tinted within three weeks after sending as oney notify ui Bnbterlbcr wlihlcg Tni Cmim slopped nit notify ui at the expiration of their sub rlptlon paying all arrran otbcrwUe we ahau alder that they wish 11 continued Ifotlfy ns lit one ofiany chant a > ln JOUr ad Innrh1n both old and new addrotw Mining Number doe to wrapper coming lied the mails or otherwise will gladly bs iup IUPOed Agent Wanted In every locality Writ for terms Anyone lending ui four new yearly nbacrlptloni will rtoelre TUB CmiiN free tor we year BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in every room All service firstclass Popular ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 July 1904

THE CITIZEN t II IIItH + II I I IHI I The Home JBWHIB LESTER BILL Editor 1I 44 + IH4 1H1H + i1fM1 lHMl A New Game The Will nndthi Trees Thm I anti may Iw played by any niimlmr Quo Jlllpil reprisentH till wind and Ileluex tho room wliilo others chooHu Ithu name of a tree iw tilin oak ash I or jiino All arc seated and wind come in She IIIOVCH nlxmt tlio room Haying Tlio wind in blow fug the ash trey Tlio child who IUIH taken that naino follows tho wind l and another Is called tillall aro on i tholr feet When tho wind exclaims Tho wind III blowing all tho tree M all move after her Sometimes HIll HajH The wind blown very Wmtlto and tho trees inovo HOCUror Tho wind in blowing a gale and tho playorH rush after her Suddenly who nays TIll wind IIIIH Qtoped blowing and neatH herxelf Then all tho trees Hit down AH thru in one chair less than till nninlur of players till player left standing ban to MTwiial < the wind and the game I Ikglim again If Pins or buttons arc Swallowed When tho baby...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 July 1904

THE CITIZEN JAMES M RACER Publisher BERKA KENTUCKY L u GIVE FATHER A BOUQUET Ive searched the magazines and papers for lo these many Jays But I havent found a poem that elves any praise Ive looked them over carefully Ive read and studied all But the sturdy representative of Adams early fall Seems to have escaped tho notice of tho poets lucid powers And the one who bit tho Apple first has Gathered all tflelr flowers IlowersI Why no bloom from all the vlstns of the poets floral land Was ever ten father I could never un derstand While mother sat Ixvldo the fire and darned the childrens socks Wasnt father out uliustlln to gather In the rocks And when Benny had the fever and Bessy was so sick Who tumbled out for doctor and brought him double quick I would not rob dear mother of one single bit of praise For faithfully she did her duty In child hoods anxious days And all through youth she was a mother ever kind and true But Ive got quite a chunk of praise to hand to father too How he work ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 July 1904

A FIGHT TO A FINISH Allied Unions Except Teamsters Join Striking hoteliers Four Train toads of New Employee Were Taken to the Chicago Stock Yards Sunday Before Dark ness Hid Set In Chicago July 26 Determined on a fight to a finish to enforce tho de 110I pathetic strlko of all tho union work men employed In tho meat packing Industries throughout tho country with tho exception ot tho teamsters was declared Monday morning at 7 oclock Instead of joining In tho sympathet ic strike the teamsters will mako an other effort to bring about an adjust ment ot tho controversy by arbitra tion This decision was reached Into Sunday night at a mooting of tho joint council of Unmntors unions through out Chicago who mot to consider tho Indorsement ot n decision reached packingl 4 l house teamsters union to quit work with tho other allied unions Tho do cision of tho stock yards teamsters wan almost unanimous In favor of striking but as it Is necessary according to the rules of tho teamsters union for t...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 July 1904

t I t THE CITIZEN t H I I i I II I I 11 I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I 11 I 11 I H 101 Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES LILL Yf f f f f ytttrtMIIIo Miss Nourso went to Cincinnati Tuesday Several Berea people aro attending the Crab Orchard Fait this week P J Pawloy has removed from Big Hill pike to Owsloy Avenue J W Stephens and wife returned Sunday from a visit in Cincinnati Prof L V Dodge and wife return ed Tuesday from tho Worlds Fair Mrs Sue Biitner of Kingston visited Mrs J J Branainan on Fri dayTwo Two SeventhDay Adventists are holding a tent meeting near tho depot Mrs Zorilda Preston is visiting her daughter Mrs Beuzer in Cin cinnati Miss Louise Yocum returned Sat tu urday from a visit with friends in Cincinnati Prof J W Dinsmoro is visiting the Institutes at Hichmol1l1 and Jack son this week a Miss Anna Hanson left Tuesday for New York where she will take ship for Jamaica W I A party of about twenty young people took a hay ride around the Big Horn Friday ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 July 1904

ffW fu t1ffJ M M I 1W WJ J1LKf1ro II r tlrt51J lilJ o I I A HAYSTACKING DERRICK Contrivance L ktL Ore Here De scribed Save Lota of Time and Lesseus Labor J p Many farmers whoso barn capacity II iHimuwhat limited Atack the larger pdrtluu of their hay crop until after threshing and then haul It Into the barn later for winter feeding Under tuch circumstances this method teems advisable for then If the weather should happen to be like what we have j had tho past two seasons there is not tho danger of losing tho entire grain I crops Of course during come scnuons there Is a greater hulk of roughago to be itorod than during other Reasons nevorthuless tho majority of farmers know just about tho producing capa city of their land and can quite accu rately estimate amount of barn room J that will bo required to store tholr crop and from year to year bo able O llUUU Kcilt BTACMNU HAY U lOOn as a crop Is ready to bo bar vested to secure It by storing under inelter There Is but little doubt that ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 July 1904

HHfrHHIHHHH I I HIiII3I I HIHIHIIHMIHIHH i T Eastern Kentucky News I nableI No correspondence published unless signed la toll by the writer The name it not for publication but at an evidence of good faith Write plainly rffITI 111111 i1IL I IItH 2F4IJIli1IIt iIfI tJtftltlttI JACKSON COUNTY GREEN HALL July l51Vm Ramsey of Rich mond rented the Heading amlStuve Plan there and willstart it at once S D Johnson returned yesterday from Ross Creek Estill Coar riedlit Jellico Tenii the 12 inst Miss Miiudiu Johnson and J T Simp ouLel Johnson and Miss Alice Anderson vuro married on the Oth instGrcen beaus and potatoes are plentiful at 10 cents and 50 cents per bushel ALCORN July 23U S Moyers and sister Pattis visited their parents at Cave Springs Saturday and Sunday Elihn Hose claims to have had 300 stolen The theft was committed in day time while Mr Rose was out at a neighbors storeSchool is getting on very nicely at this phwelt is earnestly hoped that we will have better attendance this year ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 August 1904

HHW HI + I JAMES PubllshorS tssn Departments I f Editor PagesIgau and Publisher 1 I Tittered at IV fetlefflet tlati mallmatter at Strta Ar at ueond HJ i WHHHMiH1iHHHIi M I H I III II I II r m I c IIr r IDEAS Ono secret of success ill to keep your own secrets Tf you aro n gentleman you Ittl not IKKIH that yOU wore horn one People will 1111111 out An extravagant nation ctin noinor ficajm Ixcoming a corrupt natioi than a HMMiltlirift can esopM < t coming a bankrupt FROM THE WIDE WORLD Honduras in on the verge of nnoth er revolution revolutionIt I It is Haiti the rupture Ixitwcfti tin French Government and the fops iH 1Ionmch Russia ImH protested to Circa Hritian against the allcgisl shipment contraband goods to Japan Russia IIIIH agreed to fully idem nify German ship prs for any lonsw I Kiistainid by tho seizures of Gemini J ships Iho Venezuelan Government tx > li forcible jXJKSossion of the projiorty of the New York and Reminder As I pltalt Company despite many pro < tents Th...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 August 1904

THE CITIZEN JAMES M RACER Publisher BEREA KENTUCKY DAMS THE GRAVE OF SAMUEL ADAMS OLD GRA = ART BURYlNQaROUND BOSTON They knew the patriot rebels soul Who set his Bravo upon the verge Of Bostons busy street where roll The vans of tratllc and the vurgt Of hnstlMK footsteps not for him A cedard churchyards blank repose Nor tomb In some cathedral dim Where no bird tUes nor free wind blows 8am Adams never askd to rest I cannot think he slumbers here But watches with unjaded zest The stream rush on nnd disappear He longs to rli and join the strife As In tho seasons when his breath Kindled a nation Into life lie acorns the iviljylng sloth of death Fain would we hea whlch faction rules What men precede In town ana state And If we guard our public schools And keep our courts Inviolate He whispers We for Freedom fought Have you the love of Freedom still Has Wealth not pauperlzd your thought Nor Power bred a wolfish will You hurry bywhat erranas call Service to heart or head or purse Shed you...

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