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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 1 September 1904

KassccKsu mnwMUi Syi,iireniifMiTfiErtHft. IBWWOV niWMm Jw..p,.l.i,,i,l.tlwjr.ws 'w-gMap Tin; AlusKogoe Gimeter. Muskogee, Indian Territory, Thursday, September J, 1904- V Vol 5 Number 47 TOOLS AND POLITI CAL CUT-THROATS Davis and the Lincoln Club's Attacked Upon Men of Superior Rank Charges the Pioneer of Being Democratic. The colored men who attended J. H. Davis, the Cent Com. 4th ward (Rep) comes out in a tirade against the Pioneer for the stind taken by that paper in writing up the recent meeting of the Lin coln club. Davis accuses that paper of being Democratic, eto. While wo know Brooks can and will take care of himself in that par ticular, we desire to say that Brooks like curself is not a lead er and holds no position in the porty as leader, Davis on the contrary is some kind of a leader (chairman, etc) and yet he in a harangue to a meeting on the hill advised the people to vote for a Democrat against a Republi can, This coming from a leader is ceitainly to be condemned as we...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 1 September 1904

Yyv"''y F"7" " -riffHW"-" O i Muskogee Cimeter. W. M. TWIN, Keller. MUSKOQEB, IND. TEli. NEW STATE NEWS. The lax valuation of personal prop orty for Durant is $975,425. Oklahoma has moro cotton this year than it has pickers to gather tho crop, The Crowder Stato bank, with a capital of $15,000, is a new Institution ut Crowder City. At a recent meeting of tho city council at South McAloster twenty fivo miles of now sidewalk was or dcred built. A rural route will bo established at Merrick, Lincoln county, October 1 St. Several thousand acres have been leased for oil in tho vicinity of Coyle, und a well will bo put down at once. The commissioners of Comancho Samuel Coot and wife were arrest ed at South McAlestcr last week up on a charge of having robbed a hotel at Shawnee. Plans for a $12,000 school building at Caddo have been completed. Mrs. Manning, a resident of that place, has donated a site lor tho building. Julian Taft was arrested at Law Ion last weok upon the charge of at tempti...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 1 September 1904

,u)imMkk -la ncnr-r- "r- -" ' -ii- aVd. ;iis- -i ilj- s L' ' J ,V- lt - !. hft. ' 3'. ' WITH THE RUSSIAN TROOPS, toMitr Writtt of Amusing Adverv tursa In Manchuria. Letters published In Russian news papers from soldiers in Manchuria rive some vivid pictures of life in .the Russian ranks, A private named Veruinan writes from Port Arthur: "Two Poles, Catholics from Warsaw, fot white all over when the yellow faces began to shoot. Our Jew, Yanko, rold them amulets made of leather tf a dead man's boot to keep oft the Uap shells. Thank Qod, we orthodox believers are not afraid of shells. The ?oles asked Yanko why he did not jwear it charm himself, but he put vheir money in his pocket ami said, ''This is charm enough for me.' There are hundreds of fellows here trying to 'do us soldiers, but one fellow got left badly by Yanko. Yanko had a 10 ruble note which he said the 'Makaki' (Japanese) forged; he bought it for a ruble at Harbin and kept it as a curiosity. A man tried to sell him a gold ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 1 September 1904

rv u. luyi"f "1 ftw , - . --..-'l-'- (t .pjy .WMlipyy o ! ! II IIWKII'I"'"" '"")" If. I J. & L THE C1METER, Publiahed erery week in tna iutereatof the Negro by the Cimeter Pnbliahing Go. Entered at the Post Office at Muakogee, I. TM m second elate mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION: (In advance) One Year fl.OO Six lfonthe 60 Three Months 3ft when he first located here and wanted their assistance. W. H. TWINE ... - Editor. R.WOOD, A 88t Editor and Manager. J.T.TRIMBLE - - - Solicitor. P QUALLS, Manager, Printing Dept Republican Ticket. For President, THEODORE ROOSEVELT, of New York. For Vice-President, CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS, of Indiana. Hentiesville is growing every day and bids fair to catch up with Grayson and others. Brook's report of the Lincoln Club banquet was rich, rare and racy. It was good reading. The preacher in politics is playing a heavy (watermelon) hand. Some of these gospel sharks had promised both aspir ants and when he meeting oame off, they, the preachers, were conspicuo...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 1 September 1904

rrejvsmAtJrnmmm ...nnjjfeitfatW jU JEFFRIES WON IN TWO ROUNDS NEW INIVERSITY BUILDINGS AT NORMAN. Tho now Sciouco Hall is a gray pressed brick slrnoturc, 03x125 foot, with llmnstono trimmings and of the Roman iuuo stylo of architecture. More particular descriptions of it will bo found under tho descriptions of tho labora tories of chemistrv, biology and geology. Formal occupation of this building will tako place m Septoraber, 1904. j?. ... OfinBBBBaMCa3aB. JBalMiBBBsBaaBBMBlBBwMfiMKW LSSSwJtitM 1 The Library building, which is to cost $30,000, is tho gift of Mr. Andrew Cavnogie. It has two stories and a baso mont and is built of limestono aud gray brick after tho Dorio order of architecture. Tho reading room and offloes nro on the first floor, seminary rooms on the sooond and for tho present tho women's gymnasium in tho basement. The construction is well under way and tho building will bo ready for ocoupuncy by tho beginning of tho 1904-5 school year. The Champion Put Monroe Out In ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 1 September 1904

..! .I.HijM'Vp. ",' jM1-"" ""'' ,''y mtll'Mittw wiirfW UiAtfaiWtrtWWwiww N. i The Blossom. Only n lllllo Hhrlvclcd eoed It might bo flower or grans or weed; Only ti box of earth on tho edge Of u narrow, dusty window lodge; Only a fow pcmiH fliiminor showers; Only u few clear, shilling bourn That wiih all. YoL Clod could mako Out of thoHO for u Hick child's Hake, A bloHHom-wonder as fair and uwcot Ab ever broke at nn angcl'H feet. Only n llfo of barren pain, Wet with sorrowful tears of rain; Warmed nomctimoH by u wandering - Kloam Of Joy that einod but a happy dream; A llfo na common and brown and bare As the box of onrth In the window there. Yet It bore nt last tho precious bloom Of a perfect soul In a narrow room J'uro as the snowy leaves that fold Over tho flower's heart of sold. Dr. Henry Van Dyk. 0VUWb'ViVlrH DJbiunir int rvr SIZ ING DOORS V-.ViW wfl Must a man bo necessarily of Fronch extraction because his front name hap pens to bo Jean? And does a heart whole woman inclino mo...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 1 September 1904

fMmmmmmmmmm rtMMMtHMlMttwtfBiMwii 3V--j"Hw. aryyrWafcJ 1M -J " in M)ftMllMr3a ;) f kitf kwffi THE WORLD'S PSFl EXPORTS OF MONEY BY ALIENi. An important matter in connection with the immigration question is the drain upon the monetary resources of this country caused by the presence of an immense alien population whoso members have relatives or in terests in the land of their- birth. Consul McGinley says that the best opinion In Greece is that the 20,000 Greeks in the United Statos send homo every year not far from $2,000, 000. Taking this as u basis for the home-sending power of the othor twelve or thirteen million foreign born residents of this country, wo have an annual tribute paid by the United States to Europe on account of immigration of moro than $120,000,000 a year! In ten years $1,200,000,000 in American gold lost to the country. But this average of $100 a year for every foreign-born resident as his home-sending capacity Is evidently too large, though when we consider the r...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 1 September 1904

J!..iTuiit .iiwM"'''y"'''"? '" '" " T'fTyri?iJ"r"yj'T'"'"' " ' ' " 1 1 , n j i! n. ABOUT THE LAST ARMIES OF RUSSIA AND JAPAN READY FOR THE LAST FIGHT FALL OF PORT ARTHUR EXPECTED HOURLY Japanese Guns Pouring Destructive Fire Into the City The Russian Lines Weakened The Siege Will be the Bloodiest Since Sedan TOKIO: Tho final assault on Port Arthur is Imminent, Hundreds of Japanese guns continue to pour a destructive flro into the city nnd har bor along the lines of forts and en trenchments preparatory for tho In fantry assault. It is evident that tho Russian lines Jmvo boon weakened and partly penetrated in tho vicinity of Autzshan and Itzshan forts. Tho entire- lino of Russian defences im mediately about the harbor arc with in rango of tho Japanese guns. A number of Russian forts nnd batteries continue to be vigorous. The Japan ese death (roll will bo heavily in cruuso beforo they are captured. Tho direction -of tho Japanese at lack creates tho impression here that (ho city and dof...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 1 September 1904

-""j' j-j'j 'is" .n vwi A - O LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Mrs. Wiley sick. Mcintosh is very Who fnllnwinrr will mnfrimilnf.n in Lincoln Institute. Jefferson City, Mo., viz., Miss Rosa Diake ' and brother, Sheridan Drake; Misse3 Annie Drummond, Hen- .. . . . . i Mrs. tiuisey ot hJoynton was a rietta Brown and Lillian Turner, pleasant caller at our office this wek. Mr. W. Davis was in the city yesterday, T. A. Barnett spent Sunday in Ft. Smith, Ark. Mr. Will Gentry of So. Second street is improving. Rev. Jackson of Eufaula is in the ciiy on business, Mrs. Jane Folsom of Ohecotah was in the city yesterday. J. W. Simmons of Coweta was doing Muskogee yesterday. Mies Saclie Mapp of Philadel phia, Penn., is at Maceo Hotel, Mr. Bennie Williams of Wag oner was in the city last week. J. T Trimble, Grand Lecturer of Masons will start out on his work next week look for him boys. The Fortnightly Culture Club will enlortain at the Maceo Hotel Sept. 2nd, 1904. Let everybody hold themselves in readiness to h...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 1 September 1904

i i i ' - ' "" apMv- Sii!S!!tfimmn t Ml I'mlllW WW taw C) F fr yJ - Jipvm ' COULONT LIFT TIN POUNDS. Ooan's Kidney Pills Brought Strength , and Health to the Sufferer, Mak v ng Him Feel Twenty-Five Years Younger. J. D. Cor I on, iarmcr and lumberman, of Dcppc, N. 0.', says: "I suffer etl for ycai 3 with my back. It was bo bad that I could not walk auy dis tance nor even rido In oasy 4. n. uoitTON. uuggy. i uo not bellevo I could have raised ten pounds of weight from the ground, the pain wca so severe. Thl3 was my con dltlon when I began using Doau'a Xld noy Pills. They quickly relieved mo and now I am never troubled as I was. My back is strong and 1 can walk or ride a long distance and feel just as strong as I did twenty-flvo years ago. 1 think so much of Doan's Kidney Pills 'that I havo given u sup ply of the remedy to some of my neighbors and they have also found good results. If you can sift anything from this rambling noto that will bo of any servico to you, or to nny ono Buffer...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 1 September 1904

PU t-w'a.ii.j fWW' jr-ww- -.j, , I A Duel That Ntver Cams Off. genator J. C. S. Blackburn is never at a loss for a word and is ready to talk at a minute's notice. His friends like to Joke him about Ms garrulity, and recently a colleague told this story at a dinner at which Senator Blackburn was to give a toast: "In bis younger days my colleague, Mr. Blackburn, was very chivalrous. Ask ed by a friend to bo a r.econd in a duel, Mr. Blackburn readily consented. At sunriso the parties met at the ap pointed place It was Mr. Blackburn's duty to say the last words about the terms of the duel. And, gentlemen," continued the speaker, "do you know that duel never took place?" A murmur of "Why not?" went around the table. "For a very simple reason," con tinued the speaker., "When Joe finish ed speaking it was too dark for a duel." Mexico's Water Power. Of the great abundance of watei power with which Mexico is supplied, it is estimated that not moro than 250,000 horsepower is being utilized or...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 1 September 1904

MMQIIHIH l,Wg mukiX l I'm i M t llilnnii i j..i,itit; mmttfiiil'llUiiiWM Wf (n!1""" $f WOULDNT 6Pt.IT A PAIR. N v Ycrk Woman Had Presence at Mind and Gencroilty. Because she had not time to re tun tv a glove Alio had dropped, and kn wing It would bo as useless to tha pei Hon nt whose faat It had fallen m its mate would bo to her, a womai tc sod the glove she hold In her hani nl.er the one that was lost. The inci dent happened on the stairway to aa elevated station. The womnn, richly dressed, wai hu-rylng up the stairs, as If late Ib Keeping an engagement, and was put tins on a new nnlr of rlnvon ihmt '.vere In keeping with the rest of har attire. One was partly on her hani when the other slipped from her grasp, struck the rail and dropped to tht ptroet. As It fell It hit the arm of a plainly dressed girl standing below. The woman paused for tht nnrt nt moment, looked after the falling K'ovu and met tho glance of the rft'irtled ulrl. Thon, without stopping In her ascent, she stripped...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 8 September 1904

TIM(P WL Muskogee, Indian Territory, Thursday, September 8, 1904- Number 48. Vol 5 K. RENTIEVILE NEWS. Ttema Gleaned by Our Corres pondent of This Progressive Colored Town. Rentieville, I. T., Aug. 31. Supt. J. W. Walton of Katy R. U. has decided to make Rentie ville a flag: stop for the local pas senger and freight trains. Mr. Wm. Rentie has just com pleted a splendid store house and will put in a good supply of dry goods and hardware. All eyes on Rentieville. Come and buv lots while they aie chop. Mr. G. W. Coodsey has just completed a splendid dwelling house which will do honor to the town of Rentieville. Mis. A. J. Cooper has just moved in her new building on Robinson St. Mr. J. P. Pointer has just op ened up business in his new store. Prof. J, J. Hudson is doing a splendid business. Mr. G. W. Cookseyand family have moved into their now build ing on Main St. V. H D. old, 15 hands kigh, branded "H" right thign, branded "Con the jaw, wire cut on the left fore leg, white nose, whit...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 8 September 1904

Muskogee Ci meter. I W. H. TWINS, E41Ur. MUSKOGEE, . . IND. TBR. NEW OTATE NEWS. Wnnetto hns a now Imnk, called tho Wanetto Stalo bank. TJio Seminole land office opens at Wewolca Thursday of this week. Oklahoma City, Shawneo and El Reno each had a day at the World'u fair. Cecil Casey, twelve years old, was instantly killed near Woatherfnrd by being kicked in tho throat by n horse. Tho .Indian Torritory ho:ird of pharmacy, recently appointed by Judge Raymond, met at Muskogo last Saturday. Tho Universal Gas, Oil and Mining company of Woatherford haa been in corporated, with a capital stock of 5200,000. Tho now telephone- system at South McAlostor will bo nnder ground, and will coat in Iho neighborhood of ?50, 000. Brewster Bros.' threshing cngino blew up at Camogio last Thursday, killing George Urowator and seriously injuring his brother, Cryon. A third hi other was badly scalded. Tho Eufaula Indian high school opened on tho first with a good at tendance. Tho building had been remodel...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 8 September 1904

viiryw ftOtfXBHifrww w wm.ii 1 1 m Jli rJtvw&wBifWi aJBiitf JjW W W 10 vwl.j I trok"9JQWWWfHWw ii i.m, iini a -i- wifi rart ttf-tf 1 1- i -ic-t flfir i"-1 "r I minntim !MyWr'U" s T0M18 FIGURE IN DIPLOMACY, Those at Mukden Jealously Treasured by Tartar Rulers. To tho people of the Occident the Culneso government's nolemn an vouncement that it will ngreo to re main neutral on condition that the sanctity of tho ancestral tombs at Mukden is respected by both Japan and Russia is simply a quaint sample 'A orientalism. To tho people of China and to the reigning dynasty in particular it ia a highly important matter. In a country where ancestor worship pre vails the idea of making a diplomatic issue on such a question' is by no means as fanciful as it appears to Iho western minds. The urgency of the present demand regarding tho ancestral tombs at Muk den can be better understood when It is remembered that tho entire coun try surrounding that city is insepar ably associated with the histo...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 8 September 1904

THE CI METER. 1'ublinhod ovary week in tfte interest of (ho Negro by the Oi meter Publishing Co. Knterod at the Post Ofllco At Muskogee, I. T,, as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION: (In advnuct) One Year Six Monthi Three. Months $1.00 60 25 W. II. TWINE .... Editor. U. WOOD, Ass't Editor and Munagcr J.T.TRIMBLE - - - Solicitor. P QUALLS, Managor, Printing Dopt Republican Ticket. For President, THEODORE ROOSEVELT, of New York. For Vice-President, CHARLES V. FAIRBANKS. of Indiana. Wo made up a good sum of money for what is oalled a septic tank. A better name would be typhoid breeder tank. All persons who have not giv en their in their property to the assessor should go to the oity hall and do so at once and save cost. What has become of the city or public closets. The council should build them, at once, but for God's sake leave off the W. C. T. U. labelo of barrel fame. Bert Greer hns found him a little council. Bert used to be a "black and Pan' later he broke out as a lily and n...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 8 September 1904

VTHKmem?"' t mta.MXKMNMA'wAw'! TO EXTEND STRIKE' AN EFFORT KING MADE TO HAVE ALL UNIONS ASSIST RAILROAD EMPLOYES MAY BE CALLED Stockhandlers Start the Movement That May Spread to All Unions Affiliated With the Striking Butch era In Any Way CHICAGO: A strong effort is to be made by the leaders of tho unions now at the stock yards to spread the scope of the strike so that it will in clude every trade which is affiliated In even a remote decree with the packing industry. The first step in this direction was taken when the stock handlers now employed at the yards voted to go on strike. There are about 1,000 of these men, and their duties are to look after and feed the cattle in the pens between the time of their ar rival and the time of their killing. Their action, therefore, will make it incumbent upon the packers to pro vide other men to take their places. President Donnelly of the butchers' union has declared that it is probable that all of the switchmen employed on all the railroads...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 8 September 1904

t fV W"F ym jwjpyf "&n!rmrM'ym'zFri"- nrt' ' X The Coasters. Up and down the coast from Calais to the keys, Wo havo groped with land and log Through tho castor and th for, Felt tho Ktlng of hall or whistled for a brcczo, - Till wo know tho charted coast Llko tho face wo love the most. With tho old "blue pigeon" tracking down tho sens. When the ntars aro in the sky we closely pass, flailing by within a league, Darncgnt and Chlncotcague, But wo give a wider birth to Ilatteras; For slio sits among the dunes Like a siren playing tunes, All too quick to ''change a jig to dirge or mass. When tho fog la like a wall upon our lee. And the capes havo closed tho door, Through tho murk we safely boro, While tho off shore sailors blunder back to sea. Through a ram'a horn or a gourd With tho lead wo. Iny our board, Llttlo matter what the fog or night might be. Loafing slowly down the coast with drag glng shcot, Carrying on to mako a berth When tho th&nder rocks tho earth And tho leveled r...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 8 September 1904

t.mmit ymimMrMmm i ft$Apmtopf)fa$vJlfa04)fr,, kWffl THE WODLD'S BEST It CRIME INCREASING? Whenever a crime of unusual turpi tude is committed, and particularly whenever a number of ' such forbid ding events occur in quick succession, we hear much about the "epidemic of crime' accompanied by lugubrious comment to the effect that wickedness is increasing, that it is outrunning the growth of population, that the country is rapidly degenerating. It has become the settled conviction of minds chronically indisposed to look tipon the sunny side of things that the criminal population is increasing at a more alarming rate than at any time in the country's history, yet no prof is at hand to support this pessi mistic view. Penologists are awaiting trust worthy and sufficiently comprehensive statistics on this interesting subject. Samuel J. Barrows, Commissioner for the United States on the Interna tional Prison Commission, declared in a paper published In 1903 that for want of any comparative ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 8 September 1904

DEATH STRUGGLE ARMIES OF JAPAN AND RUSSIA ENGAGED IN THE LAST BATTLE FIGHT SO FAR IN FAVOR OF RUSSIANS Most Critical Stage of the Battle Yet to Come Loss of Men Will be Frightfully LargeThe Jnpc Aro Making a Dcoperat Struggle ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. 1 (2 n. m.) With tho knowledge that the Russians nud Jupaneso nrmles about Lino Yang aro locked In n death strug gle, tho tension In St. Petersburg to night is strained to the utmost. It is believed hero that tho " rht cannot atop short of the crushing defeat of ono sldo or tho othor. All reports so far are favorable lo the Russians, though tho suspension of all news for many hours has been exceedingly trying, and has given rise to several rumors somewhat temper ing tho earlier enthusiasm. Tho highest military authorities hero consider that tho most critical Htajjo of tho battle has not yet been ronchod and they believe that tho fight may continue for some time be fore either side acknowledges defeat. This Is an important consideration by ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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