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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 September 1904

The Citizen AN INDEPENDENT FAMILT Ncwsrirra I I Pnbllthrd every Thursday at Bert Ky IJAfES M RACER Editor and Publisher ficnscurrTioN IIATKS rATABLZ IX IDViKCK One year flro Sir months M Three month A I send money by Pol once Money Order Ex press Money Order Check Unit Registered Letter or one and two cent Mainp The fret after your name shows to what yate your subscription I > paid If It li not llbinted within three weeks after urndlne ui oller notify ui Bubicrlhera wlihlnK Till CmttS stopped bust notify ui at the expiration of their mb riptlon paying all arrmr otlicrvli we ihall jnldcr that they with It continued Notify ns at one ofiany chanselln your ad KrMiKlTlngbothold end new addrcoei MlMlnc Number due to wruprors rnmlnf itf In the mails or otherwise M Ill laAly be sup lied if we are notified Agent Wanted In every locality Write fir ttrnll Anyone lending us four at > w yearly fnbicrlptioni will receive TIIK Cmu i free for toe year J BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 September 1904

I THE CITIZEN H Berea and Vicinity IGATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES 3 + HH HI I II I I I I I I I I I I II 11 Mr John B Hat field was in town Tuesday on business Mrs J L Baker and children aro visiting in Wnllnccton Milton Miller spent Saturday and Sunday with friends in Danville Janiis Lakes left Friday to visit friends and relatives at Wind Cave Mrs Win Coylo is visiting her father Win B Baker of Bear Wallow WallowMr Mr Will Shearers house and con tents were a total Ions by fire last Tuesday night While killing a sheep Mr Aldrich who lives in the Fee cottage cut his hand quite badly C I Ogg was called to Clear Creek Sunday on account of the serious ill ness of his mother Pres Frost and Prof Dodgo at tended the State meeting of the Disciples at Winchester Tuesday Mrs Pat Kearns of Winchester and Miss Eva Duncan visited home folks from Saturday until Tuesday Mr Will Duncan and Mr Lattie Lutes of Van Alstymo Texas at tended the St Louis Fair last week Dr P Cornelius is erecting a b...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 September 1904

A GENERAL ASSAULT Heavy DoinlmnliuciU of Port Ar thur by the hips The Temper of Belligerents His Reached an Absolutely Merciless Stage the flag of the Red Cross Being Misused SU Petersburg Sept 11Tho war offlco has hoard tho roport of an ap parent Japanoso concentration against the flanks of Gun Kuropntklns army preparatory to an advnnco lowarJ Mukden Whllo U Is not In a poll I icon to absolutely confirm or deny Iho report It would surprise the war of fice should Kleld Marshal Oyanm havo been able In such short Urns to or ganlto his farces for a serious mlvnnco northward Paris Sept 17 Exact figures ot tho Russian losses In killed wounded and missing In tho operations btiforo Llao Yang from August 12 lo August 2G hUG beeR received by tho general Mat according to the Journals St Petersburg correspondent Then amount lo two general 2JC ofilcnra and 21800 soldiers In addition 123 guns wore lost The material lows Jnclud fortifications costing JWOOO 000Ixtitdofl Ixtitdofl hilt 17TIHt IIly ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 September 1904

THE CITIZEN HIII Eastern Kentucky News IIIII lWIIeI I Ro correspondence published unless signed in full fcy the writer The name U not for publication bat u an evidence of good faith Write plainly t I I I I II I 1 1 11 I 11 I I 1 11 IIrlIIff 1 1 I Ir IrlITr MADISON COUNTY BARE KPOB Sept 13Greon Lake of Ever green visited friends of this plat Homo few days past Charley Davis of Bare Knob visited his fnthern law Mr Deering at Ford Friday and SaturdayT J Lake has returned from Livingston to his homo Pleas nnnl news has been heard from Mr and Mrs J M Baker of Illinois They hopo to visit a good many of their old friends and relatives before returning to BoreaMrs James Hart is slowly improving Chas Skinner is down from Corbin for a few days stay at A C HartsO M Payne the busy merchant at Dis putanta paid Berea a flying visit Saturday Several of the citizens I of this place were present at Rich mond for Court dayMr M V Swinford and family of Disputanta visited J W Lake Sunday The people of ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 September 1904

I HHHM lMIIlIH + HHHI JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publisher 0 Kutirtd ol tki loft nt Herta Ay at IMOIU eku 1IItI1I1M11n iIIiII IHIH + H1I11IH1 + THE CITIZEN I b VOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 29 1901 One dollar a year NO 1C II IDEAS Wild oatH nro not Mown ill Htnit ht furrows Some cent injojilo try to lire HIm a douhlu eagle Too many jivoplo tnku rwpiraUon for iiiHpinitiou iiiHpinitiouContentment Contentment in tliu bird wo hoo but can lever trap A gut many Holfinado men look us if thor ought to havo had HOIIIU help TAKE NOTICE MisH Virginia Dox formerly niis sionary in tho Indian Territory will BHak in tliu Tabernnclo Sunday nightQlcnvoH QlcnvoH k Co contractors for the wily works aro oUVriiif work for men 111111 tennis No OliO mwl Iw idlu or poor in the neighborhood Keren this fall FROM THE WIDE WORLD Lady Curzon wife of tho Viceroy of India III rqtortod to Ira in better condition than for semi days + Mount Vesuvius is in n slain of + erup...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 September 1904

THE LITTLE WHITE CHURCH The woodpeckers tap alit I weatherworn cables The pigeons flit In At Its belfry above The swallows build neap In the roof of Its stables And round It the bees leek the blossoms they love The greenplumed old elms stand like sentries before It Uchlnd It the willows droop drowsy and still And gently the breeze from the ocean sings oer It The little white meetinghouse under the hill The goldenbarred sunbeams newminted and yellow Like falchions flash In at the windows queer panes To fill the old church with a radiance mellow And cut through the dustdrift fair star powdered lanes They gild the high pews with a glittering splendor With halos of glory they dapple the wall And on the quaint pulpit their touch falls ns tender And soft as the peace that lies over It all How often Ive gazed at those bright lances streaming And fancied them ladders to mansions of Joy As In the old pew by the aisle I sat dreaming The wonderful dreams of a lightheart ed boy My eyes do but c...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 September 1904

1 THE CITIZEN J HHHHtHH HMH ii The Home IJllun LESTER BILL Editor tit + IHH111HMHI 11l + Mf Thars More in the Man Than Thar is In the Land ltv HIDNEV LANIFH I known a nun which he llrnl in Jonri Which June Ii II 1011 lit 1 nl rr l hI IIe and stone And lie llvnl pretty much lijr gltlln ol hoar Ami lili umlrn WM nulhlir tilt kill and limes Ami lid lii > e wu II lit m hlirorn lircnil hour And he liml Unit II ItiimiwiKt trni o land y Thli uuri wlilrli lilt lume wn lira JOIIIII lit iHorrllitt heM leave that oM nil lillli mil ilouri Fur he iviililnt make nil Ih Hi but yullotlnh utlon And Illlle n hit and Ida Irlini WM mtlrn And what Illtlf torn tin haol hit WM IxmRlitrn And Align rl II Ililn WM liitli Und Alul llirlonurr hn wore the inmlilrr M Rot Ant lie rice and lu < wtlkr < l to thin itild hut And be hollrml In Tom to fame thirin hltrli Fur to rmlttnlp tomcwlitr where Uud WM ilcli And to quit rtlilu nirklium lliUIUn mil stets And I WMllir Ihir lime on the riinwil laud tIQ him ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 September 1904

The Citizen JLw JIW PINDgNT FAMUT Nnririns I i FnbUihed trerr Thundty at erN Ky II JAMES M RACER I Idltoe aod rublt h r cBscnrrnoN ATM pAT aUl IK ADVLXCB 0111 yf ar WM MX month M Three mouth S Mad tnoneybT Foiloffice Monty Order Xx MM Monty Order Check Draft Reltr4 outer or oc and two rlllt lUapn Tfc Date ifter your name shows te bat lato year lubecrtptlon1 II yaw If It li pot 1 Mated within three reap ader Hodlr ni onty notltjr ui Subscriber wliblnf Tns CrtliiM slopped Wt notify UI at hI ulraliou of the r sub Elt partlltl alllnMh othtnrU we ball oildcr itit 011 with It continued ottb 01 at one ofiany eheniretln your ad jiTlnsbeth old and nw ad raw MlMlac Xnmber 4ae towrapper coming If in tbe mtlli or othenrsn will gladly V IUP lied tf we are lotUled r Acenl Wanted In every locality write for rta a Anyone tending u four BW yearly bKrlptloo will receive Tai Cniuvi ft lu 7 M I BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY BT CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishing tin every room All service firstclass Pop...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 September 1904

lkrJSa d I o U 4 r A SUGGESTION FROM OHIO I Durability and Usefulness of A Wire 1Feuc Depend on the Drac I ing of End Posts The matter of putting In end poets Is a very Important factor In the con tnictlon of Wlro fences On passing along dlfleicnt farms In observing fences as n general rule you will see that the anchors have been pulled up ty the drawing of the fence or are Ironing I present a plan which I have used and find It to be very iatlsfar tory The posts that I have used have been white oak and walnut having se cured them from the farm Posts are about ten Inches In diameter The main post as will be seen by cut Is placed In the ground four and one half feet and two twobyfours spiked across the bottom I then fill with w UltACINO RND IOBTS dirt to the top of these twobyfours and tamp In solid I then fill in about one foot of small stone Dirt Is then put In and tamped wild to the top The other post Is set In the ground four feet and dirt tamped solid around It The bran la put In...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 September 1904

THE CITIZEN Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES H IIII I I I IFI I I I fffffff Born Sept 28th to Mr and Mrs W II Itolx n daughter W A Ppwoll of Sand Gap was a Borea visitor Saturday Bow A P Smith of Scienco Hill is in town for a few days Sire Chas Hanson shopped Tuesday in liichmond and Lexington C M See has purchased home in Lexington and will move there soon Fears were entertained tho first ol the week that Marshall Tatum would pot live The filling of tho silo has made busy times for the farm department the past week Miss Xannio Baker of Lexington is visiting her uncle James L Baker for a few days P S Dearborn and family returned Tuesday from a three weeks visit with friends at Butler Ky John Wagers successful candidate in rnco for Democratic assessor lately was a Berea visitor Tuesday James E Hulett has just weathered a siege of typhoid fever and was in town Sunday for the first time in eight weeks Willie Dalton has a good position as clerk in Carnahams general ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 September 1904

1 I A FURIOUS ASSAULT Japanese Attack Pod Arthur on Three Sides rhrce The Besieged Forces Are Fighting is In a Furnace A Perfect Storm lIn of Shell II Failing on the h Town Port and Fortress Paris Sept ITilt Mnlln Bt Pa tnmburg correspondent telegraphs aa follows Telegranm of which tho general staff 81 yet have no knowl edge reached the emperor Saturday morning I can affirm that they con rern Port Arthur regarding whlca place the greatest anxloty prevails at court The Japanese are now engaGe ed In a general assault which Is more furious than its predecessors Attach tog the town on throe sldos simulta neously and employing their whole t force being determined to finish the tutnlnong RuKsInn mines blew up wholo battalions Gen Pock especially distinguished himself directing tho fire from the wall which tho Japanese reached aft er Indescribable massacre Tho wholo of Adm Togos and Vice Adm Kainamlmuraa squadrons arc Aiding the struggle which It la feared hero will bo final Tho besieg ed ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 September 1904

THE CITIZEN H Eastern Kentucky News I no corrupoll4ellce pllbliahed enters signed III tan by the writer The name i II Dot for pablicatioD bat AI an evidence of good fAith Write plainly t1111 LLLLLLLLLLLLf Ht Our Free Schools The State of Kentucky is prove p ing free schooling for all its children and nt this time of the year our youn g coplo are getting the best chance of their lives The teachers are ii the schoolhouses thoweutluir is good work is not pressing and yet the Rail fact remains that in very many of tin schoolhouses only a small proportion of the children are gathered and roo ceiving instruction This is the fault first of the teachers because they do not tnaki the school interesting or call upon parents and children to remind then of their opportuuitcs But it is tho fault also of the par ents Parents ought to bo more anxious than teachers that their own children should have a good start in life Our children will be grown up before wo know it and their oppor unities past T...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 October 1904

JAMES MILTON RACER ± Editor and Publisher I Bafarftl ol Ac Pot ofe at Bma Ay < u Neond Naas IIoIIft 111 Ii IiFdiil1t THE CITIZEN Iv to I1IIIIr Sixteen Departments Eight Pages 1M14 I I It VOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 6 ISXH One dolla Pear hO 10 TAKE NOTICE ROOSEVELT RALLY I There will lx > a great rally in Rerun on Sntunlny October 22nd with diHtiiiKuiHhixl Hpenkern ami Rood HMIHC HMIHCNEXT NEXT SATURDAY OCTOnER 8tH Thoro will IHJ addresses and music in Huron Tulxjrnuclo at 2 PM Pren Front will speak iH > ciully to young tu nil who nro ruling tholr flint vote GlouvcH Co contractors for tho wiitor workH nro olTitring work for men and tcanm No one need hoI idle or poor in tho nuighlwrhocMl I 4idle tliU fall FROM THE WIDE WORLD Great damago was done hynn rnrthquuko in Chili Stirloim rioting in rvportixl among the nitrntn lulximrH in Chili 1rtttidont Koowwolt hnn been re jiifMlwl to Inlorviiio in the affaire of tho Congo Fey Stale Tho Cong...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 October 1904

rte 0 THE BEREAVED LOVER Level Ive wandered tAr today where Bivrii formt boUKfn are bending And VUH wide wide dewy where men are planting corn And 1 found n forest pathvny that of old kn < w oft linr wurrflnci Whrr Jij shad nook itlll hung the lfMT < if morn And th mocking bird mere Pinging and UH ikies were deep and blur And w1t vokw of the fjirliistlme o seemed to uk tor you Peld the mocking bird + The maiden Yoi r not Hjrrly here alone And iiiBo the echo whUporixl and a l > rw > vc tiptoeing by Mrtftly Hfiuvlied through all the forest wild a low expectant tone And lien looping to the meadow where the early blontomi lie Gently lifted up each leaflet then re > laring It with care Peomeil to pause then soft departed wlili > erlng Not there rot there still I trod on till I reached It the old oak lee of our trystln Where a mound In and where wreaths of hlo < soms lie And mv face waS In the messes and the breezes all imitating Wandered past me and I heard a quav rl...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 October 1904

I THE CITIZEN i tiiIIIIi laa The Home 1JaaalB LESTER RILL Editor i1HiI IIIIIJ J J I JII J J J JJ J J i1HiIThars Thars More in the Man Than Thar is In the Land ny SIDNEY LANIEH I known a man which lie llrol in loner Which lone I e roullirr ol red hlllr and Acne And tin llred portly much bjr glllln of IIMIII And hit mulct wit nnlliln but kin and loner J And till hogs wu a flat u hi eorn bread pones And he bid bout a thoiiMiid arm o1 Ian L Thlitnan which lilt name wai alto Jone III inure Out hed leave them old red Mill and ilonrt Fur he iiiildut make nuthlh but yallrrlth l nil tun And little n that and hi cure was mllen Ami what Illlle rum be had hit wu hoiifhttn And dliiKcd rf a hem wu In tho land And Hit longer he more the madder he got And lie rli and he walked to the stable lot And he hollered to Tom to mme lhar and hitch Fur lu emigrate loinewhar where laud Will rich And to iiilt raltlu rwk burn thlttlva and deli And a waitur llitr time on the ruiwl Und tin him and Turn they hllch...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 October 1904

The Citizen Ax IMDETCNDEXT FAMILY NtwsrAnni rnbllihed rrry Thursday at Ktn Ky M tJAMES M RACER Editor tad Publlibcr I CBScrtrrrios nATrs MTADLI IK ADVANCE OBI year 1100 Biz month 0 Tbrts montbi 21 1 > nd mob cost ome Money Order Ex per Money Order Check Draft ReUtr < lAtter er oo < and two enUtampw Tfc IM attar your name bows to what la your raSkcrlpUon li paid 11 II ti u i uied wllntB tlilM reeks atttt Nlldlald totey notify M I abrtbn witling Ta < 5mii itoptf art notify Jt at the xplratlcm of thel ml 5 non paytpc all arrears 6th rwli ethall pallPe der that UUy wish It continued Hotlfr tii at ne ofiany chanreMn your a40 I Mae mntMh old amd DW addrtuH MIlalr Number due to wrapper comln t In the mails erotherwt will ladly bi upo suppad Agent Wanted In every locality Write for rma Anyone tending ui four uw yearl bacrlptloni will retell Tilt CITILBM free IGI e year JII BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY I ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in every room All service firstclass...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 October 1904

LbIAynu t 0a iJ G t r IFLAT CEILING THE THING How to Build a Chicken House That Ia Cool In Summer and Warm In Winter There has been a good deal said about Low Utlcken bouse ought to be built Just allow me1 to give our readers a few useful points regarding natural beat during cold winter mouths A chicken house ought to have a flat celling cull rr tar papered or plastered the walls too My reason for having a flat cell IIOUSU WITH KIAT CKIL1KQ fag Is to that the natural warmth will be evenly distributed Put up all the roosts that you have room for clone to the celling as chickens like to be well up RlvlnK plenty of head room Win dows should only bq halfway up the rlde of the building as the glass Is bard tohtat Dont give too much ventila tion two mall holes up through the filllnc will be enough In the cold nights Henry Matthew In Epltomlst THE MOLTING OF POULTRY Procesa Waa Hastened Successfully by the Experts at Rhode Island Experiment Station An Interesting dlscutilon Is now go ing o...

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

I THE CITIZEN I H I 1111 I H I HH mini I I I II I 111 + 1H1111rI 1III1t I I t IBerea and Vicinity h GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES I 3 IfIi1f1SIi 1IMttII1it I Marfllial Tntutn is improving slow iy Mr Fay Hanson was in town Tuesday 4 TuesdayClarence Clarence Harden is reported as very much better betterj popular liveryman of London visited us Tuesday Mrs Frost has been ill ever sinco her return from Camp Nelson but is now bettor Mr Will Dillon once called the lumber king of the mountains came up from London Tuesday George Reynolds made n business trip Monday and Tuesday to Car r tereville Taint Lickamt Flat Bottom Mr Mark Peckham assistant prin cipal of the Kirksville School came over Friday night returning Sunday for a visit with B E Cartmell The Sundayschool the colored schoolhouse led by Mr Royston as sisted by Mrs Frost Miss Pearl Baker and others has doubled its numbers and interest of late Wednesday the Berea Banking Co were replacing their ollico furniture with larger equi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 October 1904

j HENRY C PAYNE ILL I Postmaster General Has Marked Syjyiitoms of Heart Trouble ii Several Times He Had Sinking Spells l and It Was Thought the End Was Near Ho Rallied and Hit Con dition Is Encouraging Washington Sopt 30Postmaster General Henry C Payne IB seriously III at his apartments at hit Hotel Ar lington hero Marked symptoms of heart trouble hnvu developed and his I condition became BO Horlous during tho duty as lo cause grate concern I Mr Iayno returned recently from a trip In the west and appeared to bo feeling In much Improved condition though MA health has boon iwor for a lone time Washington Oct ITho condition of Ioittmnstcr Uencral Payne whoso wholloI serious Illness was announced Thurs I day night continued extremely grave throughout Friday There were time during the day notably In tho early morning and Into In the afternoon when tho attending phyMclnns bcllov i > d tho end was near nt hand but the patient responded to tho heroic rune dloB nppllo and Hoomed to regain...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 October 1904

p pTHE THE CITIZEN Eastern Kentucky News Ifo correspondence published we signed ID fun by the writer The umo II Dot for PDb11UUoD but u as evidence of good faith Write plalllly 11 11 11 T JACKSON COUNTY MCKEE Oct SDr und Mrs W T Amy has returned from a 10days stayat the Worlds Fair Master Hugh Collier is visiting his cousins Leonard and Pearl Goodman this week James Robinson and Miss Sarah t Hignito were married at the brides home Tuesday Trio new bank of McKee is nearing completion Work has begun on the new school build ingMiss Ruth Kerkhof who has been visiting her homo in Michigan I for the past six weeks is expected back in n few days MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Oct SMrs Anna Whale and daughter Miss Frances have re turned home after an extended trip to Piltsburg Pu visiting relatives and friends Tho ladies of tho Bethel Sewing Circle will hold a fall festival eginning Oct 15and continuing until Oct 22 Everyone is invited to attend Mrs Nancy Steward and Misses Laura and Bertio Lewis a...

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