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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 13 June 1914

THE MADISON JOURNAL. EE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, BATURDIIIAY, .1UNE 13, 114 NEW SElIS-- . BLOCKADE ITS A CRISIS - ADGER INSTRUCTED AIN TAMPICO AS 'Ai OPEN PORT. FOR THE ANTILLA 4 to See That All Com *lmmpico Is Permitted to - l Go Unmolested. oewm 1e1mr" Another crisis in the ty faces the United t, a situation fraught mediation and with pos may precipitate actual the United States " arta has brought about by ordering his gun the port of Tampico a eargo of ammunition for the Mexican Con The shipmen is aboard Aatllsa from New York C.mba flag. Huerta has powers of his Intention the port to seize the car of war. of the United States is the attempt to blockade interference with the -.t was Indicated when Slels Issued an official *tht while no new orders Real Admiral Badger, aso change in the policy in Its desire that f mpio, shall be open to The statement follows: Department has issued spgdor to Admiral Badger .Mldan gunboats were re leaving Puerto Mexico. t...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 13 June 1914

FAMOUS PRISON OF SAN JUAN DE ULUA " 1 .*'': In this old castle of Ban Juan de l'lua, on a rocky islet half a mile off Vera Cruz, the Americans a large number of political prisoners whose condition was deplorable. The fortress has been used as a prison the Mexicans for many years. . ... . -~D   , , , WORLD CONTAINS NO COUNTRY SO FULL OF CONTRASTS AS MEXICO Although a University Was Established There Before John Har vard, Elihu Yale or William and Mary Were Born, the Masses of Its People Are Hopelessly Ignorant Parks Victim of Poisoned Cigaratete. Washington. - "Perhaps nowhere ou else in the world is there a country tit so full of contrasts as Mexico," writes William Joseph Showalter to the Na- I (i tional Geographic society, at Wash- ro ington, D. C. "With a university es- it tablished before John Harvard, Elihu ca Yale, or William and Mary were born. P, the masses of its people are hopeless- at ly Ignorant. With a hospital founded to before Jamestown was ever dreamed "41 of,...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 13 June 1914

'News of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal AMERICAN SOLDIERS CAMPING UNDER PALMS - .ý HesIraph of an American outpost nbar Vera Cruz shows that not all the soldiers down there are un "MOUNTAIN ARTILLERY ON WAY TO AN OUTPOST S 'litery of United States mountain artillery on the march to one of the outposts near Vera Crus. SIGNAL STATION AT LA TREJOR army signal station at La TreJor, where the waterworks Crus draws its supply is gu.rded by our soldiers. Itats Smoke. liformal discussion of b troubles, an expert ur bug." an Insect, to his statement, of sulphur smoke, e knack of getting smelter's neck when occupied. Another noted them in Call tey had annoyed the tors, but had not here in the state ores were shipped bay points, when there. A.parently ha yet passed on of this asect - Jormal. Accomplishment Missing. "Your boy has all sorts of athletic training." "Yes." replied Farmer Corntossel. "But there's one line o' physical cul ture he has missed. I wish I coul...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 13 June 1914

Tl liADIBSON JOURNAL' p ps ,ts vaare SATURDAY. GEORGE SPENCER, Editor. t Onca T.LKPIIOxK NUMBKR 7. --------- a Ofcidd Jswrnal of Madison Paris. Official Journal Fifth Districtl Levee Board, School Board, ' Police Jury and Town of Tallulah. $1.50 Pun Axxux IS ADVAscaK. EateraldJan. 10th, 19(0l at Tallu lsb .a., as second-class mail matter, under Act of onmgress of March : 1.379. I * The JOURNAL is not responsible for be views and opnsons of correspodents sppearies its columns SATURDAY JUNE 18. 1914. Senator Smith's anti-gambling bill was interred Thursday. The committee to which was aeferred 'the women's .ulfnrge bill reported it favorably by a vete of 8 to 8. ..- -- - • The raeing bill was defeated in tbh house by a vote of 55 to .80. This disposes of the racing question for another term. The two prohibition bills-the " aerr beer " and the anti-slhipp ag t easeures--djem certain of There will be no removal of the capital. The Alexandria bill was short about 20 votes. The settleme...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 13 June 1914

ast rtrsnnai is coming to the front in affairs educational but in those religious. day there Was service olic Church at ten the morning and at were two church one at the Metholist the Christian Science At five o'clock there pal service, and at er service at the Church. Js of Mrs. Ella Sny death occurred in yesterday at the Hospital, will ar. 10:18 M. H. & L. 'Morning from which proceed to time It has been requested be sent to the Nichols who has a nded visit to her ehson. of Isola has blhas as her attrao. cousins, Misses E4pa Nichols, of .. and Miss Helen terson of Virginia. High School clogs night after a most[ . The graduates 1 Shelby Harvey, , Messrs. Henry I ey Johnson and | ehel, a cousin ofr rgason, wast in I and considering 4 $8,500 hotel near structure of this quite an addition I rnell aceompan Miss Lola Harring Bayou Vidal and I fora visit of a ' and children ii Augustus Wil* t d, Ar, F J a from At tia the home of SWilliam Pierso, n4 by many who had the ng her on her ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 13 June 1914

TT-. MADTT N TOURNAL. TALLULAH. 1O SIAllA -The Hollow Sof Her H. d 1 :e o ir e Barr McCutcheon CC CYSR, 7 jc/P ,2 ZrMu~rhfa: CO / /C/, /9/2 BY*DDMf/E D &l CO/IRAI/ Y SYNOPSIS. Challis Wrandall is found murdered In a ro.d housn. near New York. Mrs. Wran dall is sunmmoned from the city and Iden tifes the btdy. A young woman who ac compani.d Wrandall to the inn and sub Sequently disappeared. is suspected. Mrs. Wranddll starts bark for New York In an auto during a bllnding snow storm. On the way she meets a young woman in the road who proves to be the woman who killed Wrandall. Feeling that the Sgirl bad done her a service in ridding her of the man who though she loved him deeply had caused her great sorrow. Mrs. Wrandall determines to shield her and takes her to h*r own home. Mrs. IWrandall hears the story of Hetty Cas tleton's life. except that portion that re lates to Wrandall. This and the story of the tragedy she forbids the girl ever to tell. She offers Hetty a home, friendshi...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 13 June 1914

' jDrinks iJ L -it answers every beverage requirement-vim, vigor, re. freshment, wholesomeness. It will satisfy you. "Demend th fouin . by full name NJ kkname eacouagg / ETHa COCA-COLA CO., ATLANTA, GA. Lend Money on Liberal Terms -.l and Merchants who handle Conon. Cmospondce so&lied. & lage & Gmapany, lees. *i.C, a, Fls &Ulis , MI .mphis, Temaessee te truth may cause more trou a whole lie. al merit-Hanford's Balsam. Aecounting for It. has a screw loose." that is why he is always - Make himself tight." He Warbled. Politician-The chairman of tion seems to be a rather olcer. Politician-Yes, a rocking as it were. Lrgest Verlsy m mw d ps.., "-. pm Glo-. " 1.d l P r a m = @ a w a sn`e d , mi e " Cis. iquid o ti ) - .rmm ah emt md. -- .r iJL4Ls&· Ail ReIs wmme- Is aBOS. & CO. as..Pa C ar mrnra I& Osi. .ea.1 d eW.i 4o.bemmausai ."nr akier4 beetmia sw pmals - o.ne"s oUvo. i ft les Psmwa -. m. vr s . o ..At scl s t. emCitr pau a %co Rmsses. Ned. . . maLL. m....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 13 June 1914

-WUD-BE CUP DEFENDER DEFIANCE Mull of the woul-be defender of the America's cup, Defiance which was launched recently at Bath, Me. It was designed by George Owens and is owned by a syndicate of New York. Boston and Philadelphia yachtsmen. Demsaoe Is the widest of the three boats built to meet Lipton's challenger. Prince Alexander of Teck Prince Alxander of Teck Canada's New Ruler Deasedant From Mergenatle Marrage--More Royal Than King Himself. Imadea.-Announcement of the as ISteds of Prince Alexander of Tack. the brother of Qumen Mary, to sacemed the duke of Connaught as governor general of Canada has served to again rig to mind the romantic history of tlre hoea of Tack The status of the Toct family Is met peculiar. Though descended from a uorgaatie marriage contracted n years ago, the amily has glw a em gasmc rt to Great Britain. whom Parm e ummels' of Teak. dei t so- wlI, f he ives, weaned hams mther m the threme. Also Prisee md-A mnW of Teak. theosgh hs famity as set b en ued w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 20 June 1914

THE MADISON JOURNAL. E BROS, Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, ,ATTRI)AY, JUNE ~O, 1914 NE SEIE--I.. OirIml llD I_ :... ............. ........ _1_1 _I1,,-. PEAL ACT IBY SENATE lrTE R FIGHT IS '0 A CLOSE AT *SSSION. IESULT, 50 TO 35 lly Adopted Carries enment-Admin. Confident Aeapt Change. senate passed repeal bill by a vote votlng required only the bill contains rthe Simmons-Norris a majority of the prtects the rights under the Hay* as to the control and the whole . weary with its long Its weary watching f oe gain a parliamen- 2 by the time Vice d l put the question the bill oratory had b her was quiet and with little ex estbreak among the showed more plainly has gone before has been aroused Vardaman of of Georgia came a scene such witnessed on the PI ever to the house at ace. With the SIst a subject for ea the house but it can be O tely so far if 'the house samendment and M sent them from Al f the bill ollows: Bryan, CM . ), Culbertson, Hughes, Lea, Lee. Lew Overuman...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 20 June 1914

BOAT. OF ROOSEVELT EXPEDITION THAT CAPSIZED ft i4 -4 ...o . This is the boatload of natives, part of the Roosevelt expedition in South America, that capsized in the Du rida river, one man being drowned. The photograph was taken by Leo Miller, one of the naturalists of the party. :i::" : i : :" ::.: . - , . _ .:.. .· •  .. .. Thi is th otodo aiepr fteRoeetepeiini ot mrcta aszdi h . vida river, one mn beins drowned~~~~~(i.-. The: photgrap was tae yIoMle, ftentrlit ftepry BLOODY DEEDS DONEl Pirates, Pestlence and Storm Have Scarred Vera Cruz. Sueeaneers of the Spanish Main Have Plundered and Burned and Com mitted Other Atrocities Re peatedly in Ancient Port. New Orieans.-Bloodshed is not new $ Vera Cruz. In fact. no city on the eaetinent has witnessed such devillsh eruelty, such plundering, burning and ravishing, as has this place of the "True Cross." Blnce Cortes landed. in 161., there has been a succession Of strifd and pestilence which can be paralleled in few cities in the worl...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 20 June 1914

News of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal "T ( I ,nt ; W I I I I I I I I I I I I I I i i l II BOAT OF ROOSEVELT EXPEDITION THAT CAPSIZED " IMON i b " g boatlead of natives, part of the Roosevelt expedition in South America. that capsized in the Dt~vdda ms being drowned. The photograph wasn taken by Leo Miller, one of the naturalists of the party. :MEDIATORS AND DELEGATES AT NIAGARA FALLS s .' • . . .: . ... . .. · .. · · ·. .:t ~ .. .. •.. .+ . :.:. ..... '-,,i' . · .. ..° ~ •· '·: : :" is - i:. s,, V., i· OW - who hawe been trying to settle the Mexican muddle. From deft to right they are Secretary q . i at and justice Lamar, United States delegates, Senors Non, Da Game and Mujica, A.-B..C. w Wsm Reirigue., Rabasna, L. Elgum and 3. Elguero, representing Huerta. Standing in the rear are In et the mediators. t <"° NEITR N EE TSA I AF r·..,": In,·~ ·· L ... ··: ;· ·~ I+ + + +'+- C-i - ..... .i ~7i~ + -'+: . [.+ IrM ldo e .- ,T;.he +.; -htop ru ....,.w...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 20 June 1914

THE MADISON JOURNAL Published every Saturnay morning at Tallulah, Louisiana. Geo. Spencer......... Editor W. L Rountree ...........Manager Official Journal of Madison Parish, Fifth District Levee 1 Board, Madison Parish School Board, and Town of Tallulah , $1_.50 per Annum, in Advance Entered Jan. 10, 1903 at Tallulah, La., as second-class mail matter, under Act of Compsse of March a, 1879. The Journal is not relpomnsille for the views and opinions of correspondents appearing in its coluins. Talah, Loal tan, - -saturday, June 20, 1914. The Senatorial Primary Bill. The bill in the General Assembly fixing 1916 as the year in which to nominate a senator to succeed Senator Ranedell met with violent and successful opposition from i Mr. Ransdell's friends in the Assembly. -Governor Hall is charged with the responsibility for the bill, the general i belief being that he has the desire to round up his politi- I cal life with the Senator's job. He did not relish the' chance of dropping out o...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 20 June 1914

anb Streonal ng up .Mrs. Furgason's ent at t ihe ('ol tiler last week the tmis.takie in the we rI uililied nIade to read "Inorti Linton entertained oni y afterneotn the ladies who do d not play cards. of the acreasion was a :aalled Thilmhle. There ramntsetments and the go greatly appreciated ed. In the evening a entertained four atecards which was also aejoyed. Ice erearn and served on, both occa Johnson entertaln I.ve hundtred party on evein;I'i 9'. H. Oghourne enter- I delightfully at a five party on Tuesday even mentary to Mrs. W. ,of St. Louis. Mrs. Iort prize Mrs. W H. o@nsolationl and Mrs. n the boohy. Ice take were the refresh- I E. Yerger intimates SIgoing to buy a car. to say that it will be investment. il Scott has returned a house party at Miss., at which she .njoyable time. On tip two young ladies her in Greenwoo4 in Jackson had i having M.ass Ar a two days visit. mg the poposed new week, we stated that would cost $:3,50,. e hwen U85,(N). I itran entertained a luncheon o...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 20 June 1914

The Hollow of Her Hand y x fGeore Barr McCutcheon 4 Y,, /P/j.2 v ,,. C, E Y Mu r' ..GU,'Y : BOYRt, ,, , D tf, CmItPAHY f SYNOP81S. Challis Wrandall is found murdered in Sroeed house near New York. Mrs. Wran dall is summoned from the city and iden tiles the body. A young woman who ac companied Wrandall to the inn and sub sequently disappeared. Is suspected. Mrs Wrandall start bhark for New York to an auto during a blinding snow storm. On the way she meets a young woman in the road who proves to be the woman who killed Wrandall. Feeling that the girl had done her a service in ridding her of the man who though she loved him deeply halr caused her great sorrow. Mrs. Wrandall det" rmines td shield her and takes her to her own home. Mrs. Wrandall hears the story of Hetty Cas tleton's life. except that portion that re lates to Wrandall. This and the story of the tragedy she forbids the girl ever to tell. She offers Hetty a home, friendship and security from peril cn account of the trag...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 20 June 1914

" uncheon Delicacies Dried Beef, sliced wafer thin, Hicoy Smoked and with aise flavor that you will aremember. Siage -just right for Red Hots, or to serve cold. T try them served like this: Cut rye bread in thin with crenmed butter and remove crusts. Cut a Libb's in half, lengthwise, and lay rims on the top dof the sausage rJses of Libby's Mdget Pickles. dJ other slice of breed and ---ether. Arrange o plate and with a few parsley iMcNeill Libby =IOES WAS LATE b ,Mstances the Proba- r That Congratulatory t -W Postponed. a married "on the b due course his wife wih a son and heir. d ed around to tender ii bnd incidentally t, beer. t1 Sws on his way when b Brown returning. a off to?" asked the around to see Bill --k with that young the answer. too late," said the Private Jones. b ie and died?" a all right, but lt" was the grim re- 0 'ltBits. I a WOMEN g-ot to urge all weak a Iass R. Barker, gi ae Cardul, the hir trial, for I be Itrm what It has 5 U I1 years, with C searcely walk or a I ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 20 June 1914

iREFILES ENLIVEN HIGH CLASS WORK Pupils Hunt for Snakes in the Woods for Use in the Zoolog ical Classroom. GIRLS ARE FEARLESS 'Humane Officer Called by Protest From a Chicago Suburb Finds No Evidence of Cruelty-Develop Their Nerve. Chlcago.-The association of high school girls and snakes has for some time been a source of disturbance in La Grange. Ill. This agitation the other day took the form of a protest to George A. H. Scott of the Illinois Humane society, charging that the girls were cruel to the snakes. "What!" exclaimed Mr. Scott. "How can girls be cruel to snakes when few will go near them? Woman's cruelty to man-but never to snakes-" But Omcer Charles H; Brayne of the h Humane society took the next train for La Orange. At the high school he was shown into Miss Babcock's room She teaches the soology class, in which C there are ten girls and six boys. All acknowledged their "association" with snakes. "The girls are developing their nerve--by handlinl snakes," said Miss Babcoc...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 27 June 1914

THE MADISON JOURNAL. UNTRFE BROS., Publishers TALLULAII, MADIS)ON PAIRIISI, LOUISIANA, SATI INl)AY, .JUN.E ', 1!914 NEW El-lES--OI. in n r I llll , ni I ... . I PSIPPI RIVER GET $8,000,000 E RECOMMENDS TO AMOUNT BE EXPEND. SD TO THE OHIO. hCUSE ALLOWANCE salaries for Civilian Mom. *Smmiseion Also Embod. e-port-House Measure _ereesed $10,275,000. -The government will ,000 in improving the Mis from its mouth to the the Ohio river if the senate report of the committee submitted on the rivers 'bill. This is an increase ever the appropriation as the house. hange in the senate report I hbese bill is the recommend of the salary of civilian of the Mississippi river com $3,000 to $5,000. The i of the commission is ex- I Semn Cape Girardeau to Rock 1 for Misseuri River. I .iaste committee left un the house appropriation of .er the Missouri river from i t Kansass-ty, and $150.000 Sms City to Sioux City, Is., from $150,000 to $200, Missouri river appropriation I AN= City to Benton. ýrplation...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 27 June 1914

VOTED FOR HIM TWICE ON SAME DAY Representative Michael Donohoe of Philadelphia, who. his friends boast and his enemies admit, won his elec tion less upon political issues than his attractive personality. takes but a small part in practical politics. "I'm very green at the game." he declares (a good color for a native born Irishman, by the way). "which makes me somewhat of a shining mark In some respects. The morning after my last election there breezed into my office a fellow, large and J/ pleasant He effusively congratulated me with both hands and every breath -which was alcoholically over / charged-and assured me of the satis faction it had given him to vote for me. Thanking him, I asked: "'What part of the district do you live in?' "'Oi'm from over th' bridge.' be replied in rich County Carlow brogue! (Mr. I)onohoe doesn't have to make any effort to get that brogue.) "This meant nothing to me, ignorant of political metes and bounds, so I again asked: "'What ward do you live in? "...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 27 June 1914

News of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal SCENES FROM THE ST. LAWRENCE TRAGEDY tron show the nloadng at Queec o the odies o vicertims o the awful tragedy in the St Law when the liner Empress of Ireland wtoas sunch in collision wth the colllstrationer shtorstad. Apolice bording to the 1.024 lives were lost. Inret at the left ration photograph of the tortad's smahed bow. and at the - triqt of Mims Tina Townsend. a young girl from New Zealand who rswam n the icy water tor nearly an thee wa pofB hampalaeed up. *! MILITANT SUFFRAGISTS EXASPERATE THE BRITISH Militant suftragists of England have renewed their actlvities and the out rages they are committing are exasperating the people to the point of threat women gined to lynch the women. Our illrecustration show the police breaforking up an ountdoor demonstration of th militants and, at the left, Mrs. Pankhurst being carried bodily to Jail by Chief Inspector Rolfe. Within the last few weeks the militants have des...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 27 June 1914

THE MADISON JOURNALI Published every Saturnay morning at Tallulah, Louisiana. Geo. Spencer Editor W. L Rountree..... Manager. Official Journal of Madison Parish, Fifth 'District Leveei Board, Madison Parish School Board, and Town of Tallulah $1.50 per Annum, in Advance1 Entered Jan. 10, 1903 at Tallulah, La., as second-class mail matter, under Act of Conlress of March 3, 1879. The Journal is not respinile for the views and opinions of eorre(.pondenlt. aplyaring in its Culunuiis. Ta-nlah, Louisiana, . . . -.aturday, June 27, 1914. GIVE US LIGHT The administration has forced a favorable report on the tax commission bill. The bill was originally reported I without action, but the governor got behind the measure and the committee reversed itself and after recommital l recommended it by a vote of 8 to 5. The voters and taxpayers of this state have never been made acquainted with the details of this measure and in consequence the measure has had no opposition aept that provoked in the co...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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