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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 21 August 1914

A mm FARM FACTS. Those who till the toil are the chosen people of God. Farming is as old as the human race and is yet in its infancy Success is bound to come to the farmer who plans while h plows No civilization has ever advanced beyond its aggrieultural devcloj -merit. No tanner is succassiul.who think more of his barn than he does t his home. The ruoat beautilul fact in the farmer's work is that everything he plants 13 a lesson in faith. The development of the farmer himself must precede th: full devel opment of the ground he tills. The best farmer does not bother about getting ahead of his neigh bor; his great business is to get ahead of himself. We must give to the people who live on the farm the same rduca tional advantages for their children as those of the cities enjo). The country clergy is an agenc) of mucli potentiality because the rural life movement is religious as well as industrial and social. There should be a social and an industrial survey of evety commu nity. The p...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 21 August 1914

if! 1 ':'',' THI MOUNTAIN ADVodATK F' m-' . President Wilson Issues An Earnest i E.v v . $- mencan t v, "r" Appeal t the People A. f:' & -i. .l ft C a JAPANESE ULTIMATUM IS RECEIVED M BERLIN S Citizens of Uni to Remain European Conflict American Ambassador to Germany is Requested to Look After Japan's Interests Emperor William Sends Long Message and Expresses Appreciation to President Wilson WAR IN BRIEF .The French officially report that the Germans have abandoned Sar rebourg. Liege forts are said to have fallen. French troop3 are In contact with the Germans, but there Is no Im portant engagement to report. A statement is issued by the Brit ish Official Press Bureau to the ef fect that desultory fighting has taken place between the British patrolling squadrons and flotillas and German rsconnolterlng cruis ers. There are rumors of a naval en gagement about 100 miles off Har wich, in the North sea. French commander-in-chief per sonally reports French progress In Upper Alsace, and...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 21 August 1914

;nminB vy ritrn at LK)DflVILLK,ltENTUOky Mf . TJ. MoDosaliS ..... Editob A6300. Editor if. 0. MdDoKALD, Enlertd at Btcond-OlMi Matter February Jl, 1(04 nt the ruttofflce nt Ilsrbourvlll. llwy., undar Act of Cong riot March 8, 1ST0. LOne Dollar Per Year in Advance The. orilclal Organ or the Republican Party In Knox County. The emperor of .In pan sent a otft over to the Kaiser of Qer- Smany to come over and take li is canoes out of his creek or he would blow 'em up, and this lit- le man with his eyes cut the jrong way of the lcathor knows what he is talking about too. GOOD "LAME DUCK" CROP Apropos of the talk about gen- feral crop production, indications are that the forthcoming Demo cratic "lame duck" crop will be ,bne of the largest in yearn. 'While no stutistics have us yet ibeen given out from tlio Demo cratic cloak room of the House of Representatives, generul reports point to the belief that the num ber of Democratic "lame ducks" after the fall elections will exceed the number o...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 21 August 1914

Wr V t wami wr """IWW-r.TO r.xitt-' . ROYAL c4bsofuteb wn& Makes Home-Baldng THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE tfi .H-TELEPIIONE NUMBER-14 lUIlBOimVlLLE, KENTUCKY 1.00-Por Yoar $1.00 1 PERSONALS Wnl Innrn tvnain theritv Mnnilnv. , , ,. ''Andrew Cobb, ol Gibbs, was in ' town Tuesday. England sells cheap-all the time- Except Sunday. Charley Pnrrott, of Tedders, was in,town Tuesday. Say, are you going to the Dig i Cnox County Fair? Egpee those beautiful Skirts and Dresses at England's. Will Allen, of Girdler, paid this office an appreciated call Wednesday S Miss Anaabelle Hankins. of Louis ville, is the guest of Miss Myrtle-Cole this week. Mr, Janies S. Miller, who has been very ill for sometime, is reported some bett.r. y . Mrs. Ben Allen, of Jarvisi' Store, was in town Wednesday anil made this office a pleasant call. Mrs. Dave Dizney, of Tejory, and John Dizncy, of Knox Fork, "were in itown shopping Wednesday. Mrs. Robert Hollingswortlt and little son, of Pineville, spent Srtjnday with relat...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 21 August 1914

kf v ' rw iT !.... Wl l fc. "N .THd 'MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE : I j It- FAMOUS WATERING PLACE IN WAR ZONE W3QSS " :$$$ , U r " fc. fc m w &$l In a A &$M M I' u ioosroiy ,l!Bl -t& : m -VT) N! &s V fV4 VfV- G Va Tfct w fc .wd ; ti1 c&x GERMANS CARING FOR THEIR WOUNDED IN THE FIELD tssm nr-c hsm -at.. . -KW i I'auoraralr view of Spa, the famous watering place of nelglum, which was abandoned hurriedly by thousands of health seekers when the war broko out. Spa, being twenty miles southeast of Liege, Is In tho field of operations. FIELD ARTILLERY OF THE GERMAN ARMY F?f H.'23 ?? i flRvjPEvofe UNUHF ( ri ess IS SS.' y Jso&J m -i -??sq B B3 fttSWtl w" 9ik:-r' - ?3 b-sV . ' . . . v. . -.JO., .,3. . . (lerman ambulanco corps picking up tee wounded after un engagement. Insot Is a portrait of Surgcou General von Schlennlng of tho Gorman army. f ADVANCE GUARD OF THE FRENCH IN BELGIUM , , ( A s Si 7i I - ftatt"? J. II ! ,- '41 S&i2i i Sv KPA JM Wi -m - 3 . w,'"! J is ,.1 -s? r...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 21 August 1914

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Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 21 August 1914

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Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 21 August 1914

JJjHHHRHMPBVpHraaBeBeBeBeBeaeBtF aaeaaaaeaaaaaai - ac-. a - , . . ,. , m-aaawaaai , . .1 1 , . mm ,mMbbbbbbbbbbb1 P0CT UUREATFCA ' ' Ml! ,m9 ' i London. Robert Jlrldges, tho poet laureate., contributes the followlns JUlltlS JLffttlk' ffi2&i$$' ' 'JjUmmmmmmmmm ?V Yerses to -the London Times; i r. T ' i lrt'iA?VV -ffi ZHbIbIbIbIbV 'Ja LJEfifiGflttuJ lie Is a Warning atware mTtm fair warning hea fcuthhtff la rolnc wrong Innirte the , When rmJ of kidney nknm Mi- I emr. Pv r i,r. Kt-f & I F VI ?? ?hekliioeT tirompt help od arotd t eerloua trouolea. Xuttef tronbla Is danarrona thing. b- i wd Kianeja Are we moou micro, ana Kianeja soon upee we acauaieiii n. eaUBlnffrheamntle atlackn. Erarel. tw and Brlsbt'edUeaee. Doan'altldtierrtna la n'moet reliable kid- m-r remedr. Doan'aare uaeil anrernnfiillr all OTer the elTHUcd world anil piilillcljrrrc eameaded by tbouunda of grateful people. An Ohlo.Cace. lira. Irene Tudor, 111 N. cicir bl, DelletonUlne, Ohio, aayei "Kldoer com plaint vtes...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 21 August 1914

yt R H H m r H B p Df 1 h 1 ll 1 H H H H H 1 H H 1 H H 1 H flHVH B H FOR SEVERAL YEARS We have been trying to get our business on a CASH BASIS, and have reached that point. No customer .will be allowed to take any article from our store without leaving the mon ey, or it's equivalent, which means that you may trade us produce, you may give us your check, or we will take your note with surety. We publish these facts so that you' may not be disappointed and that you may know what will be required. We propose to sell you goods for less money than any credit store can afford to sell you and when you pay for the goods you get of us, you will know that you are not paying some other fellow's account, the credit store must make up for bad accounts and the man that pays his bills pays the bad ones also. Staple and Fancy Groceries. We have recently added a fresh line of STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES and will be able to deliver your goods right at your door, in a short time you will see our wagon ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 28 August 1914

4p c. :n M & t1" V wr Tr "j"'t" "' ' ' y WpWSiYol. HI, No. 47. "jS 1 Mi ' e: .4 V' IN V - fi 1 "THE RitLL of HONOR SANK" OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY IN KNOX COUNTY Wl -- -..,,. a .. , .. . ,..., M.. rr Old Scries: Vol VIII, No. 34. WT"- . - !' 1 1 1 SB mpmmmm-mmmm-mmms a int in ? .M V W' K! Ml 1 m 4 there three i f . ,i5. It m i BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1914, i jtvWednesday, Thursday and Friday, September 2nd, 3rd and 4th, Knox County Fair. Do Not Miss4t. ifr; ? BACtf-WOODS SCHOOL HOUSE FIFTY YEARS AGO IN KNOX COUNTY The only Rational Bahk on the Honor Roll t , Vhjs side of Stanford. J4T requires Successful and Honest management taplace a bank on the Honor Roll. A bank' thus managed "means absolute Safety to its deposi- 1 tors ana patrons. um 4 Jfci i v ; Our Corn Contest "$50.00j,in cash will be given away in niiio prize b afc the Knox. County Fair, September 2,3, antl'l. Urirffj VOUT SIX Best 'Ears Ot Corn, it costs -nothing to enter youf qorn.i The Ban...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 28 August 1914

I IS SHOWN ANEW tovain and Aerschot Vis With Dicst and Tirlemont in Heroism GERMANS OCCUPY BRUSSELS Throngt Flee Belgian Capital at Forces of Kaiser Approach Story of How Teutonic Army Took the City. By ERNEST SMITH. (Correspondent of the London Dally News.) Ostend. After the heroic defense of .Dlest and Tirlemont It was tho turn -of Louvaln and Aershot to try with .nandfuls of troops to keep the leader 't bay while the main Belgian army was reforming Its position. Tho battle of Tuesday before Tirle mont bad gone on till ten o'clock at night, and oven after that, during tho fow hours before daybroalr, rifles snapped out tho notlco thero would bo no sleep In the land that night Under the cover of darkness the Belgian general stall aud army was si lently moving to Its new position To bare fought nhero It was at that moment would have given away all the advantages of the allies and wodld bavo been to risk heavy loss, uid perhaps defeat. Germans Charge Trenches. It was, however, not to ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 28 August 1914

irv : lrIsK Hi . itME. KsEa&,ft KCIAREB ?r V 'J f . I ON HO PRICES . . 0ON8UMtn8 LEAGUE OF THREB f HUNDRED MEMBER8 FORMED lJ 'AT FRANKFORT. ftr KB;- WILL INVESTIGATE CONDITIONS Resolution Adopttd Calling on OffV clalt to Take a Hand Grand Jury j Asked To Probe. r v (Special Frankfort Corrcipondence.) Frankfort, Ky. More than 300 ' bousekeepers met In the old capltol grounds and organized themselves Into the Frankfort Consumers' League tot . the purpose of having Investigated th advance la food products to local con turners. Resolutions were adopted calling on state, county and city offl cere to take a hand, and asking Judge Btout to charge the next grand Jury to Investigate alleged pooling agree ments. Volunteers In Time of Peace. The Kentucky Illiteracy Commit Ion, through lta president, Mrs. Cora Wilson Etowart, has Issued the follow ing appeal for aid In stamping out Il literacy In Kentucky: "While European countries are call lng for volunteers In a conflict of war, Kentucky ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 28 August 1914

HKR fh l? PRIMARY VOTE RETURNS FKOM 100 COUNTIES REPORTED TO SECRETARY OF STATE CRECEUUS. BECKHAM IS THE WINNER It la Thought That Compute Official yctt Will .Bun Majority To at Least 5,000 Over Stanley. (Special Frankfort CorreD0ndenc.) rmnkfort With the offlclal vot from 100 counties reported to Secre tary of State Crecellus, former Oov. Beckham has received 58,9:13 votes and Consressinan Stanley C5,3S9 Aotcs, so that Beckham's majority over Stanley, with 20 counties to tie reported, Is 1,596. Of the 20 counties Fayette It the- only county that will give Stanley a big vote. Seventeen of these coun ties 'wlll give Beckham good majori ties, so that tho official vote should run Heckhaui'H majority oyer Stanley tit least 5,000. The First district, McCracken miss lag, gives Ueckliam 1,3F majority; the Third, Muhlenberg and Todd missing, 3,453; Fourth, Hart und Marlon miss ing, 892; Seventh, Franklin, F.i)ette, Powell and Clark minting. 2,461; Eighth, Casey, Lincoln, Mercer and Shelby m...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 28 August 1914

o:Tramre imiSADVafcKT5i w t u t " u - . .Hi.. M I . -J , 9 '' v ;r&yj!m British Admit Loss of 2,000 Men; m Austria Declares War On Japan iT n ..i 'M- - Sr k i, I - mt& tu niWi.ul iMjtr'Tla 4Si vflHBH ALLIES HOPE TO CHECK THE GERMAN ADVANCE French Forces Ordered to Abandon All Occupied Territory Will Also Quit Alsace German Army Continues to Advance Steadily British Sailors Killed In Demonstration Before Kaiser's Concession, Kiau-Chau Muelhausen Is Evacuated War In Brief WAR IN BRIEF The French Commander In Chief h:s withdrawn hlo forces from ter ritory recently occupied and Is massing them, along with their British allies, In a strong line be tween Maubeuge, on the north, and Donon, In the south, a distance of about 200 miles. The allieB, having abandoned the offensive, will, ac cording to official announcement, assume a purely defensive attitude, In the hope of checking the ad vai.ee of the vast masses of Ger man troops endeavoring to break through the line. A combined Fren...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 28 August 1914

tr mo kmWki ADYota tcrr, ABy WM.MMEB EVERY YRIDAY AT IBARBOURVILLK.KKNTUOi-Y hrV. Jl. MoDoxald NV. 0. McDoHALD, rt Editor Assoc Editor SaUrt- at Setond-Olan Maltar February lit. "HO at tb Pintofflc at Barbourviile, IKy., undar Act of roninii ot March S, 18T. D One Dollar Per Year in Advance RThc Offlcidl Or.an or the Republican Party In Knox County. IS IT TRUE? For some time past many of the (newspapers of the land have been '.publishing the purported oath of ,the Knights of Columbus, an or- ' gauization of the Catholic Church. It is not our intention to publish this oath in this issue, although f we want it distinctly understood that we have the oath and will .publish it at the slightest provo cation; and the oath that we will publish is recognised by the lead- ins niMii of t.l i I'liimlrv as (lift real oath of the fourth degree of the Knights of Columbus, and, $ besides having been published in ? in many newspapers it has been f made a part of the Congressional ? Record, and was p...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 28 August 1914

f-V C. "v, yp- aesaesat wi te THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE -TKL"BPHdinf."I?UMBER-k BRBOURVILIiB. KBNTUOKY V .TT f-1 .. S- Tl. .tinnDnn Vnhpftl.nn i,-tw a u.. - v..w 1" PERSONALS 1 ,.TH1" MOUNTAIN i ADVOCATl iV-V 9JR JI5 Jno. T. Parrott, ol Baileys Switcli, "woi in town Wednesday. nUk" fk Ci.o.ml nf it,,. frIU from Flat ifj . . . . JUfcic were in town inursuay. Lige Diznev, of Knox Pork, was -; in town on business jlonday. ' Sam Lewis and Sam Hale were m iluddlesboro on business batur day. Dave Dizney and wife, of Tejay, were visitors of this office Tuesday n J. F. Golden spent several days ol r this week visiting his brother-in-law k J Mr cr in iiflrtlMhnrn. ra A'X JWiss Ethelyn Ruhl, of Lexington, f is visiting in the home .of Rev. and Mvt. Ligon, on Pine Street. - Rev. I. A. Lowry closed a protract ed meeting at Flat Lick last Sun day with 23 additions, 22 by bap tism and one by letter. - Mr. Campbell, the Internal Reve- ' nue man, of iliddlesboro, was in town Thursday on official busine...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 28 August 1914

V BE TMK MOUNTAIN ADVtCAT - i ' r& :a' ' A r.M '- r v- u- f CONVICT LABOR BIDS PASSED BIOS WILL BE CONSIDERED THE FIRST MEETING IN SEPTEMBER. AT GOVERNOR IS HOT IN STATE An Act of 1912 Abollshea the Prion Commission and Created a New One. (Special I'rankfort CorreponJmce.) Frankfort. AlthougX bids for the labor of 630 convicts In the stnto re formatory are advertised to bo open ed, the regular mid-month meeting of the prison commission was passed and the bids probably will be considered at the first meeting in September The absonco of Gov. McCreary from the state and tho fact that the question has arlson whether tho terms of the'8Um 0f $1,901 has been cleared on tho warden, clerk, deputy warden, chap lain and physician of prisons expired August 10 make tho postponement of the prison board meeting significant. Tho act of 1912 abolished tho old pris on commission and created a new one, but said these ofllcers should continue under the old law The four- ear term should expire Augus...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 28 August 1914

"V ' ? u- r I Tf itv V Z- K&7rr as 'iL 1fi; Hfc j.--t-F - - T " f - m i w - k MMBHBHBMHHMMIMHMHMMMBHHHMMP Willard Hotel Jefferson Street, Between 5th and 6th. Louisville, : : Kentucky. msntoWevH,e WILLARD HOTEL The OLD RELIABLE HOTEL; American Plan. Homo Comfort, Good Rooms, Best There islo Kat. Courteous Attention to all Guests, Out in the State People will find a Good Home at the WILLARD, Rates Reasonable "It's Just Like Staying at Home." Is what they all say about the WILLARD HOTEL H. D. LINDSAY, Manager. si"-- i. ' , if tr ,; -; -v" ' . tf ... J.Zl. . - - bi . - " - Tt WOTIMTATM JtnVnCATF. ' A. -j'jl L.ija. i j. mi. .ojl Vf 1 1 1'. in' J j iMBaa afcaai r KENTUCKY STATE FAIR SEPT. 14th to 19th,J914 . $3,000 SADDLE HORSE STAKE $1(000 Light Harneis Stale $1,000 Roadtter Stake Student' Judging Contttt , Farmer Uoys' Encampment TROTTING AND PACING RACES EACH DAY Fine Exhibit of Hone, Cottle, Swine, Sheep, Poultry, Field Seed and Grain, Horticulture and Woman' Handiwork CLEAN MIDW...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 28 August 1914

I S i1 I I I I V VI I I I I I ll I I X I vi. m fl a A m L m m m m. m - .ft 1 Kt- lH M kn m .lkLH ln hh H H IBLIV Hl .HLlV 281 R- .--- JHMk & MA BBS ---. --.Jg -I H-H mL. --H m--L i i B l? - fl-TC B w ------------------- -. --------- ----- --------------I ----B f --'?- j -'' j -B B B - B H - - ---- H--B B B y -B B I B B B P1 -- -3l -f B-H BB B-B --i B ':3i I -H ' ;-i - l B B B B B -BBH. B I B I B ! i H i -H B B B B H B H HH L H H B - : B Htf H B Bw -HB B -; -H -K. -BH B B I B h H." w ABB B r . . HBl HH BBl BH BBH MB B HH BB -- H M-K B l 1 H B Hli B B H H H H -B H l -H. B H M MB B M AH AB . f Vt H 9------P --H H ---p -B& ---HH ----k--i b -ir-" i r HB ' 'ljHA- H H ft MB vB B B B U f flH H H BH H , B" - ----- --m --v --- ---- ----- --- - j ft 1. inn ! -- .- .- -- - -- ." -- -- -- -- - -- .- -- -- -- .- -- , Vrj 1 have for sale about SIXTY-FIVE ACRES of LAND in anil around Barbourville; some of this land is very fine bottom land. A portion of this land is already laid off into Ci...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 28 August 1914

J"" J'-V-wTi'' THK MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE i- t -f ; f ...' , st. h m i, l A" ? Ktr iY IS PROPER !0P FOR WINTER ? KNTUCKY FARMERS ARE GIVEN yh SOME GOOD ADVICE BY EX- STOCK INTERESTS DAMABEQ Urged" to Plant Winter Barley Next . Year as the Means of Saving Their Live Stock. JV'eaterri Newspaper Union News Service. tiveil&gton, Ky, Kentucky farmers are urged to plant winter barley, next year! as a means of saving the llvu trick IntormtR nf thn Rintn nnd In off 'cot the disastrous effects of the drouth rtnn fni rnrn rrnrt In n lmllnt In (Railed M'T $' J' K,nne- assistant agronomist, U-V Is pointed out the fact that winter ;" barley Is practically a euro crop In "t Kentucky If planted reasonably early, whereas the state has produced only one good corn crop In the last four yoara. According to Joseph H. Kastle, dl- . ' rector of tho State's Agricultural Ex porlment Station, live Block Interests have- probably been damaged to some ,' extent already by the drouth, but can bo saved by tho win...

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