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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 29 August 1907

A JACK'S By Mrs. F. i - (Copyright, by Joseph 13. Bowles.) " Aunt Horlo llargcr measured out f tho Ingredients for tho children's fa vorlto cup cako. "Well, Marlon, hero ou ave at lat, an' right glad I am to hcq you, toa." ''I expected you would bo, Aunt Hep mlo, and I should havo been hero ear lier, but company camo last night, and I could not get away," ''A bright faced girl had entered and was taking1 oft her wrappings ns 'If perfectly at homo In tho farm liouso. Marlon Alnsllo was n charm lug girl, with tho faculty of attaching warm friendship to herself from young and old. "Uncle Jerry's folks camo and stop per over on their way to Wntortown to spend Thanksgiving with Ell," she explained. "They wanted mo to go, too, but Thanksgiving Isn't qulto tho onn'o to mo nnywhero else but here." ''No, Marlon, nobody can fill your lilace," tho bony old' hand, withered and worn In service for others, smoothed tho satiny black hair caress ingly. "If you was really my own darter I couldn't se...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 29 August 1907

VTreal heroine j I By Ella H. Stralton 1 (Copyright. by Joseph 11 ltowlo.) Forty-fire years ngo ray great-grand-1 "lone t heard something else somo- fnthcr Wlnslnw 1 low left hid ronUurinnio . home In tho western part of the old Vine Tree state and, accompanied by lilt brother, determined to found n home for his family In the wilderness of the fertile Aroostook vallT. Hallway facilities were nor pood In Maine AZ 5 cars ago; even stage ac commodations were limited, and did not extend to the remote region to which he was bound to ro. Grandmother U'ith was the eldest of the family, then came Kdwnrd. a cturdy lad of 13; Joseph, but two years ounRcr, and nearly as largo; John. ho was almost nine, and three girls. Sally, .Moll), and little Jane, tho latter not quite two 5 ears old. The uncle's family, settled upon the next "lot" of land, was much the same. In thc woods wero the homes of numerous wild beasts, many of them dangerous when startled or hungry. More than once they had seen the ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 29 August 1907

FRUIT ALWAYS GOOD ; A NARROW ESCAPE. 8ho raised her blond head from his shoulder for a moment. "Do you bcllcvo that exercise and lotions nnd toilet preparations will Improve n woman's looks?" abo nskd. Ho pressed lior blonde curls back uiion his chest. "They couldn't lmprovo tho looks of sonio women," ho eald. "Whose," sho I'.skod, "Well, yonis and Violet Cochrano'fl, far Instance," tie replied thoughtlessly. "I don't understnnd you," sho said, raising he.- hend for the second time nnd chllllns hlni with a look. "We are not at nil alike." "I mean," ho replied, turning her head for tho second tlmo and think ing quickly, "that )our looks couldn't bo Improved becauso they are perfect as they are, ivid that hers couldn't be improved because no amount of work could make her pretty." Sho sighed a great algh of content, mont and relief, whllo ho drew a deep breath. In the Current. Roily Has a bathing null Wry short nnd very cute Shows a lot of Htruklngl Queer sort of muterlnl "Klectrlo sil...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 29 August 1907

FUN FOK Tht D0Y3. A GOOD KITE. Mke the One You Fly and You Will Take Pride In It. Kiteflying ts one of the best out door nmuerlnents that a box could have, indeed, we know a good many men that enjoy It much nt they illJ when they were young. The writer ot this Is one ot them There is a fas tlnitlon about It that Is not easily de scribed. City hos hav Utile chance to Indulge In the sport, except when hoi go to the country or the seashore. tlurinc vacation, but those that live- In the suburbs or In places where the may contciilcntly reach the open fields, might nil to hate their kites. Fancy designs of nil kinds are fold In the shop," but If a boy wishes to hate nil the fun there ts In the sport, he ought to make Us own kite. De sides. It will give him better sertlce. The arcompanjlng tut shows how a good flyer may be made. Out ot some straight-grained, light wood cedar preferred make four sticks, How to Make and Shoot the Minnie Darts. Do you like to play with a Minnie Dr.rt Don't kn...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 29 August 1907

afinaOE' OcpjTlgM me, trTaeUtullnOo, MAN-A-LIN Is An Excellent Remedy for Constipation There tiro many ailments directly dependent upon con stipation, such as biliousness, discolored rind pimpled skin, inactive liver, dyspepsia, over worked kidneys and headache. Remove constipation and all of these ailments dis appear. MAH-A-LIH can Ik; relied upon to produce a gentle action of the bowels, niakinp pills and drastic cathartics entirely un necessary. A dose or two of Man-a-lln Is advisable In slight febrile attacks, la grippe, colds and Influenzal THE MAN-A-LIN CO., COLUMBUS, OHIO, V. S. A. .'f Push 3 so can draw ttic lisM Don1 The horse load without help, If you reduce friction to almost nothins by applying to the wheels. Ho other lubri cant ever mado wears so lonir nnu saves so much noxse power. Next time try Mica Axu: Grease. Standard Oil Co. Stopped "Seelna Thlnnc." Enthusiastic Naturo Lover (to no- rormca 'l ramp) Ah, my friend, how wen you must know tho face of na ture, and know...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 29 August 1907

jvvvam..v.,, .,;, Mkj Hccb Wray alteni, C H. K ENLOL', !tiol at K.inas City tin winter, MASON'S BULLETIN .7 RESIDENT DENTIST. 5 r k, k n a it it n it s H rt n n im LOCAL NEWS. r Karly !fre.iU.st 'rf?eetfli? err. tjrth af lv it. Hiiiu.ni. Mis- Mat.'.l lUi'f tt!i m:tfd' l.n' uiruthr.rv7.S,,tiii.d tlitr want!.. let M ilo y.)ffr juli (Minting, first ivotli ami rrxsim.ilile prices. Horn', K'ltunlij. Aug. .Mth. to Mr. ami Mrs.- Si'ninuns, a briitieing lubv llllV. ITie lst (if fverr thine in the grocery tine at Witljiiu. M.noif & liar J) budding. Miss Maud II! tir. t?.rnslilcr of Mtt. M. Joarhrwi, will attend the State University n Colunibi this fall and inter. rht latest in Ladies' belts, just received at CAUf. V. BlUKSACIl'S Ou The Girnr. K. A. W'tflann .irrts your (iroiluct, anil will y hijihut (.nee, Misor, bt Hardy Mock. J tut Recievcd 'Another rtr ftvni ci( Knolm ster Iliitir, the butt 01 fh market. At K. A. W ii.ims'. Joseph I'oj i"-'r aruf family anriT.liss Jennie Nassjuer icts...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 5 September 1907

Morgan Co ty Republican. The Largest Country Newspaper Published in the Imperial State. $1.00 per year In advance. The Lanfc&l and Best Ncwftiai Published in Morgan County, ' $1.00 t-r year In advance. Price $1.00 per year in ndvr.i.cf OHNTKAL MISSOUM FARMING, MINING, 1H0AL, RSTATK, HAILIIOAI) AND OUNUUAIi MOWS. W. V. Kinloch, Editor and Proprietor. EIGHTH YEAR. Versailles. Mo., Thursday Morning, September 5, 1907. No. 37. cuiisj viis iivsb 'iffit.' oxfai mfca tsna ciLln a In We wish to thank the public in general for the interest they have taken in making- our Grand Opening a success. Several Thousand People Were Present Our Aim Was to Please Them AIL SATURDAY! SATURDAY! SATURDAY! Saturday will be another Big Day, and special efforts will be made to have the entire Big Store re-arranged. - Special Sales will be going on in each and every department, and it will be to your interest, as well as big savings for you to visit US. t53 POPPER DRY GOODS CO. The Republican, (Succowor to...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 5 September 1907

Morgan County Republican W. W. KINLOCH. Publisher. Versailles - Missouri Tho deceiver nnd traitor ore iptsod eTcn by those they serve. do- Experiment to produce n stingiest bee have not proved successful. A itingle6s mosquito Is more Important anyhow. When a man speaks and acts for himself It Is liberty, but when another man speaks and nets for him. It Is slavery Automobile sore ees. produced by eating on your neiRhbor's new im ported car. Is a much more common malady Scientists have discovered In Texas a clvllliatlon believed to be older than that of ancient Egypt and consid erably deader. Automobile sore throat, duo to tho dust kicked up by tho machines. Is the latest source of complaint against them down cast. Women need more sleep than men, according to scientists. Then bow are they able to talk all night when a fellow wants to go to sleep? There arc to bo four nlgtit courts In New York, to nicomniodate people who nrc too busy or too sleepy to commit their crimes In tho daytime....

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 5 September 1907

TfrSTERY rT) rv, i?n LiRNEYCROFT 'rtcJOJFPf SROWN COOKE copyright mr by CHAPTER XXIV. Continued. I puzzled long and deeply over these words, for they brought a new and hittjcito unsuspected person Into the ease. Whom did the widow mean by "she"" It could not have boon Miss Wes'.on, who war tod 111 to leave her bed, and, after considerable thought, I was forced to believe, as the only possible explanation, that the pronoun referred to one of the servants In the house. This, to my mind, added ma terially to the gravity of the affair, for If unknown members of the domestic staff wete concerned in the matter there was no telling how far tho con splracy might reach nor to what pur poso It was carried on. 1 had become so accustomed to mys terious happenings of this sort, and my head was so filled with visions of Miss Carney, and with the words 1 was now determined to say to her, that no Impression could have been made on my mind by anything short of a most startling phenomenon. Ab I hate ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 5 September 1907

I A Prearranged Match By Genevieve Hays Miss Murray paused, brush in hand, as an ominous sound reached her ears from an adjoining room a noting Hint had Brown dlstresslngl.i (amlllar sir.ce eer arrival at the Courtlands' and which nlwajs betokened a dls turbance in the domestic atmorphcie t that place They ro at It again, she comment ed, carelessly, nodding to the bilsht. Insouciant faco In the glass and bringing the brush down vigorously upon the wealth of hair falling about her like a silken shroud. ' They quar rel Incessantly, day and night, and keep one In a delightful state of un certainty as to which It will be a fiklrmlsh or a battle royal. And. con sidering this little peculiarity, It seems that I was not given a room farther removed from theirs Fortunately, life at Ilrother John's has accustom ed me to such a state of nffalrs but poor Dennis' Gcnlse Murray was an orphan. The greater part of her life had been spent at boarding school. At 18 she returned homo to find that her...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 5 September 1907

lIOLYdllPERS New York. Hidden on a little New Jersey farm, a community ot sixty persons, one-holt ot them children, are trying to vitalize a cotnpleto re action against money greed, hypoc risy, and the present-day Christian church and to Keep It alive by te llglons hysteria. They depend on "faith" (I, e., prayer) for rood, clothing, and the bare necessities of lite. They have followed the Injunction of Jesus to sell their goods, give the proceeds to the poor, and follow Mm. Medicines and physicians are tor bidden, and their only treatment for disease consists of prayer and anoint ing the body with oil, Officials ot the state ot New Jeriey say that If any one dies after such treatment those concerned are guilty of criminal negligence and Indictable for manslaughter. Tho community Is managed on the co-operative plan, no ono receiving wages for work, and all supplies go ing Into a common fund, tho men and women sharing the work on an equal basis. Converts are kept In a high state of re...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 5 September 1907

REFORMED BY A DREAM By MRS. F. M. HOWARD o'npyrlRht bv -tefrph H. Bowlf. Grandma, romo lie my shoes" ' Arc ;cu going far. grandmother?" 'G'mma, please butlon my dress' J asked ihe stranger. Tho old Iadr hurried to comply with ' ' Yes. ma am, away off to Boston." the latter request to the disregard of "To Boston. Surely )ou arc not no first command. . TIo up your own shoes, deaiic. that t a good toy." the said, coating ly. to tho heavy-eyed, fretful looking uoy In the nursery. "I shan't." he retorted inllenly. "I'll tell rua on you If ou don't mind me." "Ilut my bones ache so, sonny," the remonstrated. "It hurts me to ?ct down Come now, be good to Grandma." I don't care. What you here for If taln't to work," bo said with Incip ient brutnllt. "The I-ord knows, sonny, what I'm hero for. Seems like there ain't no room In tho world for my poor old bones." You notty bad boy to make Gam ma ky." cried little Hose, striking at him with her little, fat hand. "Roslc loves Gamma, Roslo docs," p...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 5 September 1907

NOT THE TIME TO STOP. Manager Saw the Possibilities In the Situation. Jim Johnstone, tlio famous base ball umpire, said recently In New York that baieball crowds wcro far kinder to umpires tban they used to be. "This Is true of theater crowds, too," said Mr. Johnstone. "Why, with provincial touring companies In the past, maltreatment was regularly ex pected. In fact, tho companies prof ited by It In more ways than one. "I know of n company that was playing 'The Broken Vow' In Paint Hock, a ono night stand. Tho audi ence didn't llko 'Tho Broken Vow,' and eggs, cabbages and potatoes rained upon tre stage. "Still the play went on. Tho hero raved through his endless speeches, dodging an onion or a baseball every other minute, and pretty soro from thoso missiles that ho hadn't been able to dodgo. "But finally a gallery auditor In n paroxysm of rago and scorn hurled a heavy boot, and tho actor, thoroughly alarmed, started to retreat " 'Keep on playing, you fool,' htssej the manager from t...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 5 September 1907

11. K. ENLOE, ; I r ' RES'DCNT DSMTIST. T 74. :t. , . 1? r.-MH-.UGmisiil'nuimiu J! LOCAL NIsWS. : Karlv IVciVI.h! '"'.I'm W I m i itlh at l A. stills mis. l.timN Mirr iilr prinrms;, first 1 1 . srk .il f rr.rssiTrrM- rirtrrs. Mrs. ! f n-tt Wixh. nril it. (id m .1). It itli nf ('tiutnn. Mu. aiv tint ing tel discs in tWs Uy. The bct o( every thing in the grTry lino at WiMam. Mason I inlv liiilliling. Mr-. A. I!'. II irrit, (nil ire.!). ( 1 insii City, is sidling tier muttn'r. Mrs. M itt Thrinto:!, nj- tltii- i it?. Yhi latent in bulk-.' fcdts. just received at Caul W. HlhKSACH's On The Comer I'. 1". Irrcsic Icll Siliiril.iy for Si. J ouis fir ttc.ilnictx for c.inier of llit nom.v h. K. A. Wilhnrs wants smir product., und will pas brglicst jnrevs. Mason f Hauly hlock. Wo would like to lie a neighbor to Uncle John Washing this winter, lie li.i sitch a fine big- nli of kindling wood. Just Kerlevcd Another car load l Knobni stir flmtr, the best on the iii.itkct. At Iv. A. WillamJ. Mr. ani...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 12 September 1907

Morgan County Republican CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. The Largest Country Newspaper Published In the Imperial State $1.00 per year in advance. the Largest and Best NcVvspapCf Published in Morgan County, Mot $1.00 cr yenr In advuncci W. V. Kinloch, Editor and Proprietor. EIGHTH YEAR. Versailles. Mo., Thursday Morning, September 12. 1907- No. 38. Price $1.00 per year in advance. The Republican, (Succoxor to Tub Djimociiat.) 'W. W. KINLOCH, Proprlotor. Untered in tiie Poit Office at Versailles, Missouri at second cla.s malt matter, Subscription Price fl.00 a Year, PHone No. 1S5. Advertising Rates. Diiptey advertising, br the year, to avenge lour inchee or more, BKc per Inch each Imud. froftMlontl card, one Inch, SO centi per tnontli;two Incnee. 75 cents per month. LocAbv Are line, or over. 5 cenli per line for Aral Insertion! 3Je. per line for etch mtbequtnt ueertion, In tileck type 10 eenU ;rr line for tirr-t Ineertlon, S eent per line for ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 12 September 1907

Morgan County Republican w. w. kinloch Versailles Publisher. . yiasnrni Japanese art Is running too strong ly to the drawing of fortifications. There Is a failure of the grape crop In Hungary. Perhaps this will cheer up the Trench wine growers A erlentlst declares that klming will VIII freckles. Take this home and try It on your frcckletno. il girl The young woman who took her wedding trip and left her husband at home was merely starting In rally to train him. Take your slato and pencil and fig ure It out. If the wife Is the b. fe: half and a man marries three tlm s Isn't he CO In the bole? I'arls Is feeling much disturbed be cause Its skllno Is likely to be mar red by skyscrapers. Paris overlooks the Eiffel tower, evidently. A Long Island woman tajs she would not take August Ilelmonfsword for one dollar. Would sho take one of Mark Twain's for 30 cents? To propare the people of China for their duties under constitutional gov ernment, an Imperial decree has been Issued granting provi...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 12 September 1907

t 97 'ntdOAEPH SPOWN QOOKE copyright ixr by wcAjvurn tuhjvvn jfORy-PMM CORPORATION CHAPTER XXV. Continued. "You'll better not try to bring three )eoile back tlitoiiRli tlio ililfts," said ilio doctor, Mho had Just come In for a bite and a cup of coffee. "You can't drive two homes to advantage. In thin weather, and If Jou Insist upon going why don't ou take my maro and cut ter nnd go alone? She's been In the stable all day anil she knows every Inch of the load, ho If you Just give her her head she'll luing you through all light. You'd better take my storm coat and gloves, too, for you'll find the wind pretty cold after jou've been In It a bit " Although I had but two miles or thereabouts to travel fiom the Iioubo to the railway station I made an early slait and had the horse at tlio door before ten o'clock, Tho doctor came down lo see me off anil gave mo a few parting words of advice As I ripened the door It was almost blown out of my hand by the force of the wind and gieat sheets of...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 12 September 1907

worn MELONS IN STORAGE WAS MCnCLY MAKING W6RK. ' MEN THAT ARE POISONOUS. HOW PEACE JUSTICE DECIDED COMPLICATED CASE. Both Side Seemed to Have the Law on Their Side, and the Judge Arose Sublimely to the Occasion. THE SLEEVE STYLES! BEWILDERING VARIETY OF THE SEASON'S FANCIES. General Adoption of the Gulmpe Dress It Largely Responsible Point to Remember In Ordinary Fall Costumes, Fash'-in seems to have pone mad In the man developments of fancy sleeve t tint arr seen on the uptodatc truck Nrvcr were there so many be wildering varieties, the general adop Hon of the gulmpe dress l largely re rponsible for this. To da almost without exception. iV-cs?vs and separate blouses are made wttb II " Bufmpc and the more clabo la'p ilic sleeve the smarter the gown. Aw The Slashed Sleeve. Indeed shops are shotting dresses made up on leng straight lines, al mos' void of trinimlnc. jet with sleeves so intricate and elaborate that no one but an artist could develop them we are told that with cold weath...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 12 September 1907

j r PRODUCING A NATIONAL HORSE I Results of Government Ilorsc-Urcctltnp; Experiments Being Mucin In Colorado. During the scarcity of horses caused by the South African war, the American horse was sent abroad and became popular. The United States department of agriculture Is trying to evolve a national horse of the best type, and with a small government grant has started a stud farm In Col orado, with a fine sire, Carmon, 16 hands, bay, and pedigree dams, of which Wisconsin Queen Is the finest. LOCATING THE FARM BUILDINGS It sometimes Is a difficult problem tn nrrangc the location of nil the barn buildings so that they will lie conven ient for doing chores the whole jear round. And the greatest trouble la on most fauns, that one or more of the older buildings are In the way of work ing out the best plan. Nearly nil dairymen have, grown Into Hip business and had very little ready money to liulld a line and commodious c'nlry barn at the outset. Some old barn or Rtable was lemodeled tem...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 12 September 1907

Mimic 'aft r: . Mr tilnm A ' rd will fln-w.r qUPT nW a I K ' i J'Kl't ''(' C-' 'SI - n - I- -l i'n nc t- I nhi' 1 M . 'rr.g : r 1 - ren.i' rs i ! V il p . r i'n ii iourt ' I. f Wllr i p. -H- - f m 1 i'tor, Ami r nnd M-.ii r.tc-luri-r I l Itfir ,t .V M. the I nhest It, ' - ' ri nil th .e pit,).-, ts A Uress n' l irli t' W-lltnm A HadfeM, Nn. 1?4 '. .u. . C'iram 111, n-id only en.tjse iwo-.tiit stamp for rer!y. s x r.mm bouse twenty seven feet if by thirty-eight feet long, exclu sive nf t! . porch, that Is almost per fen m u 'to comfort and economy Is c i", ir, t!..s plan It would bo dlfll cu t i H e Mime anuuint of build ing r...i'-al together in any form to rrkc such a perfect arrangement of rr r for the amount of money that tb li use ran be built for. Prices tart p . rn'irh In different parts of the c.-hk Hut It ts Impossible to make an n j:p of cost that will apply to ec . . Kati. n. but a range varying f--in f 4cm m Jl.TOO may be given as a i,p estimate 1c tis'es of Individuals I...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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