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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 October 1909

A 1 Jl . THK WKATHKR 0 ?Vi(Ukf gqaerally fair sad cooler waaiher wiH prer!!, guid oh Saturday coatlaaed Mr weather. h; v 'iirjfymirjf&! IsVtr r sr p ir itfoett P K t IP C JO C T IT tf Yf tO If IT IT f Wayne County Organ of the REPUBLICAN PARTY J 00(r( Jtl Jll Jtt J Jtl Jtjt Wttk!y FewnIed,1844 2 s ,66th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1909. NO. 86 g 2 ITS MURDERS Mueller Says He Killed Three Confiding Women. ALL FOR THE SAKE OF MONEY "Wife Says That After He Slew Anna Luther He Tried to Murder Her Because She Re fused Him $300. Isllp, N. Y Oct. 28 In the Jail here, where he Is held ns the slayer of Anna Luther, Otto Mueller, alias Gcbhardt, admitted to Coroner Savage that he has been guilty of three such crimes, all against confiding women, for the purpose of securing their money. Mrs. Mueller, after visiting her hus band, declared that on the night of the Sunday he had taken her to the scene dt Anna Luther's death, three weeks prior to the discovery of his ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 October 1909

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1000. A PEN8IONED PONY. Life of Ease For 28-Ycar-Old Trick Circus Horse. New York can boast or many pam pered pets, but down at Garden City there is one living In luxurious ease, the guest for life of a big hotel, with a Japanese valet to o.are for him, oven though he has not registered Blnco his arrival. This is Tom. the first trick pony of the now extinct Barnum & Bailey Circus, which at the uae of twenty eight years Is living as the guest ot the Garden City Hotel, pensioned for life by Robert Stlckney. The aged pony, according to Brook lyn Life, has not only n sumptuous box stall but a Japanese valet as well, who dally lends the uniintl out for its exercise, during which It is the re cipient of gifts and attention from a large circle of boy and girl friends. While advanced years have brought stiffness, the pony still attempts a few of Its old time tricks. Cipher Dispatches. The result of the Presidential elec tion of 1876 was long In doubt, an...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 October 1909

TKB OIXDODN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 99, 1909. Remedy For Fleas. "The beat remedy for fleas In a house," Bays Stato Zoologist H. A. Surface, In reply to a number of let ters seeking information on the sub ject, "is fumigation with hydrocyanic acid gas, the same as for all other household pests. This will, of course, destroy flies, roaches, etc., as well as the fiens. This, however, must be done with considerable care, because th) gas Is deadly, and besides, rather Expensive. One of the simple and less expensive but slower methods of ridding a house of fleas Is to do It by means of sticky fly paper. If the fly paper Is placed hmiAfith chairs, tables and stands where It will not be in the way of anyone walking, it will be all right. I should warn you, however, that If a cat happened to get on such a pa per, It would cause a lively time and quite a mussed-up animal. It has been said that if pieces of meat that are lean are placed in the middle of the floor the fleas will Jump toward them. Howe...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 October 1909

CUB CITIZKN, FJUDAY, OOTQBEIt 20, 1900. THE CITIZEN rUBUSHXD KVKBT WEDHE8DAT AND FB1DAY BT Till CITIZEN rUBLISHINO COMPANT. Hnterodaa Bwond-olnss matter, at the post offlcc. Honesdale. Pa. E. B. HAttDENBERGU. - PRESIDENT V. W. WOOD. - - MANAGER AND SKC'Y DIBBCTOBSi 0. h. dobflucqbr. m. n. allen. HJQfBY WILBON. K. B. IIABDENDBBOH, W. W. WOOD. FRIDAY, OCTOBKn 20, 1000. REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. JUSTICE OP THE SUPREME COURT . Jndgo Robert Von Mosclizlsker, of Philadelphia. AUDITOR GENERAL, A. E. SISSON, of Erlo. STATE TREASURER, Jeremiah A. Stober, of Iioncastor. JURY COMJnSSIONER, W. H. Bullock. YOUR DUTY NEXT TUESDAY. It ought not to be necessary to re mind the Republicans of Pennsyl vania of their duty on November 2d. But the large majorities this State has recorded for the Republican ticket have made thousands of vot ors careless. They are stalwart Re publicans, and when they go to the polls they vote a straight ticket. They are not Indifferent to party suc cess; they merely take the...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 October 1909

TOE piUZKN, FRIDAY, OOTOBElt 29, 1009. CENT A WORD COLUMN ! ,FOB SALE One (our year old colt well broken, ono .heavy draft horse, twelve tons good hay, quan tity of oat straw, thre.e cows due to calf In December. Will sell cheap to quick buyer. Adam Frlchtel, Elm dale, Pa. FOH SALE Sun Leader Heater Glen, Lehigh Range, in good repair. 222 Ridge street. 85t2. APPLES WANTED 60c. per hundred paid for, peeling apples at the Evaporator, Honesdale, Pa. Aldrlch & Seager. , 832. MISS HARDENDERGH, teacher of piano, all grades, from the kinder garten to the graduate; also theory and harmony. Scranton Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays; Hones dale, Fridays, Saturdays and Mon days. FOR RENT. Three rooms, heat ed. Address, P. O. Box No. 895. 2t WANTED A kitchen girl at Ho tel Wayne. 83tf WANTED Bright, industrious young man, with some experience in, or ability to learn drafting; must have fair education. Excellent op portunity for right person. Apply to National Elevator & Machine Co. 2...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 October 1909

usx cmziar. Friday, October a, lew. Notes and Comment Of Interest to Women Readers J FARMING FOR ENGLISH WOMEN. Mrs. Victoria Woodhull Martin Re forming, Village Life In England. Mrs. Victoria Woodhull Martin la bow onsogod In making over English Tillage life. The scene of her activi ties is Bredon's Norton, In the parish of Brodon. It may be further local taod by saying that It's In Worces tershire near the border line of Glou cestershire; and If that Isn't enough, it's Just off the main road from Chel tenham to Ecklngton. There the American widow of the English bank er has a great estate, and there with the help of her daughter, Zula Wood hull, she Is trying to win the English folks back to the land. Some time ago Mrs. Martin estab lished Bredon's Norton College where womon may loam agriculture and horticulture, and she set aside a large tract of land for practical demonstra tion. More recently she has taken & fresh step by dividing one of the large farms on her estate Into sm...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 October 1909

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1909. SATURDAY NIGHT TALKS By REV. F. E. DAVISON Rntla.d, Vt ANCIENT AND MODERN SEA VOYAGES. International Bible Lesson for Oct. 31, '09 (Acts 27: x-a6). BEES hV. AND Btt KExPBNu PRACTICAL HIVE LIFTER. Urt a rtf and) ROADMAKING KEEPS ROADS IN CONDITION. A sea voyage Is a memorable experience. It is an event to be anticipated with roseate dreams, and to be remem bered with pleas urable emotions. From time im memorial, the ocean has been tho object of the deepest interest to the dwellers on this planet Lure of the Sea. Its all-encompassing emDrace, ica mystery, its calms, Its storms, its reBt Icss motion, its heaving tides, its eter nal secrets have allured and baffled the minds of men. Mythology has peopled its depths with gods and god desses; Ignorance and superstition have made It the abode of entrancing sirens and seductive mermaids. Art ists have raved over it, poets have sung its praises, scientists have writ ten learnedly of Its value, explorers...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 October 1909

EBB CITIZEN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1000. CORRESPONDENTS' COLUMNS THE MOST RELIABLE MEDIUM FOR SPREADING INFORMATION jt s s s jXs s St JX St & MAPLKWOOD. J tX 8 jt 5? 5 ijt Miss Erne Ball has returned from a two weeks' visit with her sister In Scranton. BupI Schoonover Is home on a VlBlt. Anna Samson spent Sunday with her brothers in Dunmore. Sarah Storm spent Saturday and Sunday with her brother at Ariel. Mrs. Susan Smith left Tuesday for her home In Norrlstown. Miss Pearl Bell Is among our sick at present. Mr. Merit Shaffer and Miss Susie Shaffer of Varden, were married by Rev. Rosenberger at the parsonage on Monday evening, Oct. 18. May much joy and happiness come to their lives because of the union. George Osgood has sold his home and purchased the E. Goodrich home. The Ladles' Aid met at the home of Mrs. F. S. Keeno Thursday. S 1IAMLINTON. St C. L. Simons was in Scranton on Tuesday. Isaac Williams, of Sterling, and Etha Fields of this place, were mar ried In Honesdule, by Rev....

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 November 1909

THE WEATHER: Ob Wednesday partly cloady and cooler weather will prevail, preceded by rata la the northern district. C IT IC C K JC T K- P tC IC 10 K" tC Scml-Wcckly Founded 5 1908 J Weekly Founded, 1844 J tttietu SCWO JO 0 JO 0 T K" P JC T T P gP T. Wayne County Organ of the k REPUBLICAN PARTY 1 66th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1909. NO. 87 V ARRESTSAJ POLLS Fraud Alleged at New York Mayoralty Election. HEAVY VOTE IS CAST EARLY. More Than a Million People Will Be on Streets Tonight to Find Out Whether Qaynor, Hearst or Bannard Wins. New York, Nov. 2. All over the Un ion today a heavy vote is being cast in municipal nud state elections, aud with dispatches from all sections at hand it is evident that the most excit ing of all is that over the mayoralty here. In New York city a heavy vote was cast during the forenoon, and there were many arrests for alleged illegal registration and personation of voters. Charges of wholesale frauds were made by Herbert Pars...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 November 1909

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1000. THIS MAN LIVED" 20,000 MS AGO Fossilized Human Skeleton Un covered in Quaternary Forma tion Southwestern France IS NOT THE OLDEST FOUND Previous Discoverer Found Evidence of Life In the Glacial Period This Skeleton Is Intsct Surrounded by Bones of Animals. Paris, France. The discovery is an nounced of a fossilized human skele ton in the Department of DorUogno in Southwestern Krancce. Accredited sci entists declare it to be 20,000 years old. The area in which Dr. Canitan, professor at the College of France, hae been carrying on researches for three years, Is about four miles from Buguo. The skeleton, which is absolutely intact and surrounded by the fossilized bones of animals, was imbedded in the middle of n quaternary formation. Calculations as to its age are con curred In by four well-known geolog ists. The process of extracting the bones from the rock is delicate. This discovery near Buguc was pre ceded in December of last year by the unea...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 November 1909

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER S, 1800. GRANGE. niiiiinHiifniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiittrrn PAINTING PUUIT TREES. Peach Trees Slionld Not be Painted, Says Prof. Surface. A physician, who is interested in fruit culture, wrote to Prof. H. A. Surface, State Zoologist, Harris burg, in reference to painting trees with white lead and linseed oil, as a protection against borers, as fol lows: "In the Reading Eagle I saw a report of your demonstration given at the Poor House grounds at Shil llngtonj showing the advantage of painting trunks of trees with white lead and raw linseed oil for borers. We have done this, but since heard that some Shilllngton fruit growers lost a great number of trees by this method. I write to you, asking as to the advantage of this treatment, and if there is danger of smothering the trees by painting them." The answer of State Zoologist Surface follows: "Replying to your letter of recent dale, I beg to say that I am deeply interested in your statement that yo...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 November 1909

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1909. THE CITIZEN ruBUinKD every Wednesday ahd Friday by. tiik cmzEH rcBUsnwo coUpakt. Knlered as second-class matter, at the post olllce. Honeadale. Pa.. B. B. nAKDKNBEUGII. - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD,- - MANAGER AND SKC'Y DIRECTORS: c b. DOBrLTNann. M. n. allen. HESBY WILSON. E. B. HARDENBERGII. W. W. WOOD. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1000. REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT Judgo Robert Von Mosc!i2lsker, - of Philadclpliln. AUDITOR GENERAL, A. E. SISSON, of Eric. STATE TREASURER, Jeremiah A. Stobcr, of Lancaster. JURY COMMISSIONER, W. H. Bullock. The best biography the life that writes charity In the largest letters. It Is nice to be handsome but It Is a good deal handsomer to be nice. The man who could run a news paper to suit everybody, went to Heaven long ago. There are always a good many peo ple who keep the balance of the com munity busy wondering how they live so well. If you have found some one who knows how to scratch your back...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 November 1909

f .1 THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1900. CENT A WORD COLUMN! COWS I will bo at my farm on Thursday, Friday and Saturday of, this week with a bunch of flno Hoi stein cows. Ten are fresh. Prices right for the quality. A. O. BLAKE, Bethany. It. FOIt SALE Upright Piano. Same can bo seen at Charles Bassett's, 1207 East street. 3col87 FOIt SALE One four year old colt well broken, one heavy draft horse, twelve tons good hay, quan tity of oat straw, three cows due to calf In December. Will sell cheap to quick buyer. Adam Frlchtel, Elm dale, Pa. FOIt SALE Sun Leader Heater Olen, Lehigh Range, In good repair. 222 nidge street. 85t2. FOIt RENT. Three rooms, heat ed. Address, P. O. Box No. 895. 2t WANTED A kitchen girl at Ho tel Wayne. 83tf FOR SALE Ray house, on East Extension street. Large lot with sixty feet front. M. E. Simons. 38eoltf. LOCAL MENTION. Thanksgiving Day only three weeks from next Thursday. It Is worth a thousand dollars a year to have the habit of looking on the bright ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 November 1909

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, l&OO. C HOME-MADE WIRE STRETCHER. Cheaper and More Powerful Than Factory-Made Device. The writer Bomo tlmo ago was com pelled to fence a 440-acre farm. He was In McDonald county, Missouri, and as this county has no stock laws u factory stretcher could not bo se cured without driving to Neosho, Mo., a distance of 20 miles. A home-mado device was finally constructed as shown In the sketch. A clamp was made as shown at D with two pieces of 2 by 4 Inch stud ding, 43 Inches long. The six-foot lever, C, was also made of 2 by 4-lnch lumber. The traco chains were fastened to the level and clamp with clevises; the two stay chains were nlso fasten ed to the lever with clevises, as shown at A A. When using the de vice tho clamp was fastened close up to a post by bolting same over tho wire, the lever was then made fast to the next post with the trace chain, as shown on left-hand side of cut, by working the lever back and forward, A Wire Stretcher. and pla...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 November 1909

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1000. PAID IN FULL Novelized From Eugene Walter's Great Play JOHN W.HARDING Copyright, 1908, by G. W. Dillingham Co. CHAPTER II. JAMES SMITH, superintendent of the Latin-American Steamship company's docks, had arrived In response to the president's sum mons, conveyed to him by the tele phone. Smith, known to his familiars as Jinisy, was a tall, gaunt, angular man, bearing all over him the stamp of westerner. lie was, In fact, from Colorado, where ho began his active career by engaging in mining. Scant success attended his efforts in this di rection, however, and after working with the dogged determination that was one of his traits until even his patience was exhausted ho finally en tered the employ 6f tho steamship company in whoso service he had risen to his present position, with headquarters in New York. There was something about Smith that caused men, and women also, for that matter, to take to him on sight. Tho unbounded good nature, big hea...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 November 1909

fcHK CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 3, 1000. CORRESPONDENTS' COLUMNS ; THE MOST RELIABLE MEDIUM FOR SPREADING INFORMATION ; vii"i'iii"i"i"i"i"iii,ii"iii St St St St StiiSt .,51 St St St SOUTH STERLING. St St St St St it St St St St St Rov. Mr. Webster Is holding re vival meetings In the M. E. church. Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Simons are spending a few days with their daughter, Edith, in Syracuse. Miss Anna Barnes spent last Fri day and Saturday in Scranton. Mr. Elmer E. Carlton lost a valu able horse last Sunday. Mrs. Perry Gilpin spent Sunday with her daughter, Lydla, at Kings ton. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Robaker spent Sunday In Moscow with their son and daughter. The Ladies' Aid Society met at the church ' all day Thursday and worked faithfully. Twenty members were present. Received ?6.45 dues. Mr. E. D. Dunning spent Monday in Honesdale. Mr. and Mrs. John Whittaker are visiting their daughter, Mrs. Harry Dubler, of Cresco. Mrs. Louise Haag is on the sick list. Mr. Thomas Madden is in Hones dale...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 November 1909

A THE WEATHER- Oa Friday fair weather will prevail, and 'Hgtit westerly winds, and on Saturday generally fair. i? sr ir itjp c if tc p up p & tc ? e " Semi-Weekly Founded ? fc 1908 2 fc Weekly Founded, 1844 J ttfacti tPjPjPjPtPjPK'jPjPirjcjPK'jPtPjp k Wayne County Organ J of the REPUBLICAN PARTY fcJ tt fct -J tjjt jt J? 66th YEAR. HONE SD ALB , WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1909. NO. 88 New York Mayor Elect Re grets Tammany Defeat. MURPHY MAY HAVE TO RESIGN Bank and File of Organization Dis gusted at Loss of Board of Estimate and Scores of Important Offices. New York, Nov. 4. Although former Justice William J. Gnynor la elected mayor of New York by a plurality which turns out to be 73,010, ho Is far from rejoicing over the election, for bis regret nt the utter defeat of Tam many Hall for all the other ofiiccs on the city and county ticket takes away nil the pleasure he would otherwise feel. Prior to the election Justice Gaynor had said that he would not serve as mayor unle...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 November 1909

TOE OITIZKN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1000. FEUDIST SLAYS WIFE IN MONEY GRAZE Hatfield Poisoned His Indian Wife While Insane Over Lost Sum Paid Back STOLEN BY THE POSTMASTER Latter Confessed and Made Partial Restitution Details Told by United Gtatcs Inspectors Following Hat field's Death In Prison. Washington, D. C Tho circum stances which led up to tho Imprison ment of Harrison Hatfield for killing his wife wore made public horo by Post Ofllco Inspectors following his death In the penitentiary at Mounds vlllo, West Va. Hatfield was a member of the no torious family which was Involved for years In a feud with the McCoys. Ho lived near Horsepcn In the mountains of West Virginia. Ho was widely known as "Old Hatcher" and was a leader of tho Hatflelds in tho McCoy Hatflold feud, which raged in several counties on tho borders of West Vir ginia and Kontucky. Ono of his eyes was shot out during n raid which tho Hatflelds made into Kontucky sovcral years ago. The Hntflelds owned largo areas of l...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 November 1909

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1000. Adult Education. Did you over think of tho possibi lities of tho everyday education, the education which we can all pick up in all sorts of places and from all sorts of people? Some men and women seem to drink in knowledge through their very pores. They absorb it every where. They are always studying people, reading human nature, im bibing knowledge from every sourco. Everybody they meet must contrib ute something to their store. Wo often seo these people who have never been to college, and have had very little regular schooling, and yet are wonderfully well posted. They are able to converse well upon all sorts of subjects because they go through the world with their eyes open, their ears open, their minds open, their perceptions alert. Their lives are enriched by this constant alertness and the absorptive power of all the mental faculties. How few people appreciate the wonderful opportunities of every-day life for storing up wisdom that is plr...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 November 1909

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER B, 1009. THE CITIZEN rUBUBIIED KVKBT WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY BY THIS CITIZEN PlIBLIBniNO COMPANY Entered as second-class matter, at tho post oillce. llonesdale. Pa. B. D. HARDENBERQII, - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - MANAGER AND SKC'Y directors: o. b. dorflinqer. m. b. allen. bbnby wilson, e. b. iiardendbroh. W. W. WOOD. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1000. It has been decreed that tho peach basket hat must go but we are thankful that the peach under the basket hat will remain with us. Election Is now over and people who aro dissatisfied with tho re sults, will have time between now and Thanksgiving day to find fault with the Almighty for not arranging matters to suit their Individual Ideas and desires. Uncle Joe Cannon still Is used as a pounding bag by many of tho pure In heart, but no man In America carries his years better or looks more halo and hearty. If a man's conscience loesn't hurt, what the other fellow says won't hurt either. Socialism Is still making feeblo ef...

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