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1 i i
tt... -ed to To faction, every
Tu' -s lay anfl Friday, at Journal Bulld
66rC3 Craven Street.
EDITOR AND PRCFEBCTOR.
Offlclal Paper of
Craven County. "
New Bern and
Two Month.. ..
Three Months.. .
ttz Months.. .. .,.' .
V. .. 10
. i. 100
ONLY IN ADVANCE. ! ;
The Journal Is tzly saat on pay-ln-
tdvanee bail. Subscribers will re
ceive notice of expiration of their sub-
RrtDtlona and an Immediate response
o notice wu De appreciated by the
Jnurnal . ?' '",
Advertising rates tarnished upon
annllcatlon at the offloe. or wpoa
'inlr by maT Py':'.':-
nteied at the Postofflce. New Ben.
S. C aa eecond-eiaes matter.
New Bern N. C. March, 8, I9U.
ALCOHOL 1 PER CENT.
ting Ute Sioatachs andBowcis oT
Pnr Infants and Cnil Ten.
The Soldier V ' o
A reprimand w 1
Of a Joke U some J
than a burst of aisr
Die was furnished
U titii t:,e !
IK s I.. s -
r. Such an e
by a ConftJ.
Tho Kind Ycj i:iv
ness and Restrontainsncilbtr
HU1 nonvuiuo ;
... AxUteUts- .,
Aperfect Remedy forConsfipa
Hon , Sour Stomach.Dlarrtoca
Simik Sityarart oT
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
TWO PUBLIC MEETINGS.
To a spectator, not informed as
to local conditions, who could
have been at the court house on
February aSrd,' and 27th, the lm
press iou of inconsistency,' and lo
cal discord;'. And nonprogressive
ness would have been created. The
that t wo gatherings withdiametrl
oallv onDosite purposes should be
presided over by the same chair
man. The disooMpand non-pro-
gressiveness would be seen in the I early sessions of th9 legislature
opposite stands .of the two meet an)j tne needed laws enacted, iNo
'tags,' 'in the objects urged as neces- kjn tnat concerns the general , in-
sarv for the welfare of this city, at AIW)rA of anv communitv should
one and practically unanimously 8ent to Raleigh before 'the tax
opposed at the other. ;; , I payers have opportunity to know
But both of these impressions Ba discuss it fully, and stamp
- would have been ! incorrect. " The witb. at least a majority appro
presiding officer was a co inci yaL
: dence, while the vote to have the
bills sent to Ealeigh defeated was nwAfrNESS CANNOT1 BE CURED
' duemosttotnemetnoapuraueaiD b , . aooiiCation8. as they cannot
:.; 1.!.. anMl. AnAAfman4a Wf.Ttar I rath thfl riinPBf d DOftion Of the ear,
DCCiilUK DUUU CUOWUUiWW wev I - : r ,
- I mi t -.1 tnnn rt tnv noil f rasa.
than the purposes of the bills them Lnd it) f,y constitutional remedies.
Reives.- Take the advertising bill. Deafnees u cauaea oy an innamea ran
. . Hition of the mucouo limnir or me cue
Public sentiment favors mating k w MToDe whenthia tuba ia in
known the advantages'of this city flamed you have a rumbling sound or
and section, yet this bill had to go ,y Jloged deafneei ia therewnlt, andun
fnr t.h nnunL hpcf.BBft the lee i the inflammation can be taken out
t 4-k.7''v. .nf and this tube reBtorediflite normal con-
sentiment was that the present Mlio hearins will be destroyed forev-
tim nnt warrant the action 6f er: nine cases out. of ten are caused by
eaiarrn, wnicn ia uuuiihk
Beara tlie :
Signature y AjJ
TH OMTAOd OKMUT, ! OI et. - 'J
awarding such a contract
is a sentiment favorable to a paid
fife department, but not for a par
tiallv naid one. ' that would mean
er t -.
eznenses without the Jesuits to
warrant the price paid. The show
ing of about $10,000 yearly 'stir
plus above . present estimated ex
penditures, is sufficient margin for
continued municipal improve
ments. without pushing up the tax
levy, specially when a new proper
ty assessment is soon to be made
A Muwlitlon at the mucous surfaces.
We will Rive one hundred aonara ior
m mm of deafness (caused by ca
tarrhl that eannct be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free.
v P. J. CHENEY & CO.,Props,
- ' , .- :, . Toledo, 0
Sold by druggist price 75o.
Take Hall's family pills for con
stipation. V4'"!"'': ;
'. The Protuguese Rabenadaa. ",
A dish as much eaten by the Portu
guese as . mince pie Dy &mencaua u
the rebanadas'lt Is of Moorish origin
and Is easily and quickly prepared, as
- - Life en e Battleship. 1
To Hie landlubber one of toe pe
culiar and 'orttlmes discomforting ele
ments of life on 4 warship during tar
get practice is the necessity for --nu
merous' baths. After each volley all
the men on deck must take a bath.
Sometimes there, are four or five baths
a day.- . This becomes quite monoto
nous. The Japanese Inaugurated this
practice. : A bath Is taken before and
after shooting to guard against pos
sible infection of open scratches and
ents from the 'flying powder. When
the big guns go off the landsman on
deck is thrown- into -consternation.
horrible, sickening wrench makes one
feel as If eaah limb were separately
grasped and pulled in various direc
tions, and it is a long time until he
cets his "sea lees" again. Life aboard
ship is not the ordeal that rumor has
characterized it. The hardtack legend
' in erroneous. The-sailors are weu- iea
with the best Viands procurable, and
their bread, TTar from being hardtack,
is as good as that .which is served In
any high- class hotel or restaurant
Thtre is a spirit of good fellowship
amnncr the men below docks. Each
man has his separate duties definitely
designated, and, there are no petty Jeal
ousies. J.. W. A'se. inJUesiie's. , '.
officer and described by T. O. Moore in
his "Anecdotes of General Cleburne.
The southern army, marching across
the mountains" of Georgia, tad lis sup
ply trains cut off and was obliged to
live upon the country. - '
ADOles. chestnuts and persimmons
were plenty, but the army bad strict
orders not to depredate upon private
DroDertT.-' One day -I 'wa trudging
along in the rear of General Gran-
bury'S brigade wbej 1 saw aown we
road General Cleburne sitting on -the
top rail of a fence; while below him
lay fire or six bushels of fine red ap
ples. Near by stood a number of sol
diers, who looked aa mean as. men
could loot '' - 'J' '"ir"
-General Granbury saluted uenerai
Cleburne, who remarked: -
"I'm peddling apples today,- -. f
"How's that" .
'"These gentlemen," pointing to. th
soldiers who had stolen tne appies,
"have been .very Kino, xoey n
gathered apples for me and Charged
nothine. I'll 'give Hhem - to you -and
your met ? Now get down and -take-one,
and each of your men tk one-
only one. mind - you unui au ,- r
gone" ' " - .
The invitation was accepieo, im
men cheering for "Old Pat".. When
the n nnles were cone the general made
each man who had stojen the apples"
carry a rail for a BUtea-t;rf)B3..
'W-. Old Pestal Rates. '
The high postal rates that prevailed
In the earlier years, or tne last cen-
turv made the transmission of a letter
or parcel a matter of serious moment-
"A packet weighing tnirty-rwo ounces
was pnee sent from Deal to London,
writes Mrs. -Eleanor Smyth in her life
of - Sir. Rowland BUhV:. he, postage
was over.fC. betag . ,;-' four times
u mnrh aa the charge for an inside
nlace bv the coach. . Again, a parcef of
omcial papers small enough to slip
inside an ordinary pocket was sent
from Dublin to another Irish town' ad
dressed to Sir John Burgoyne. -By
mistake it was charged as a letter la
arend of as a Darcel and cost 11. For
that amount the whole: mall coach ply-
tog between the two towns with places
for seven passengers ana tneir lug
gage might have been hired." London
Chronicle. . ,
tIe "Will Ee :
. icr. .
Throw Out the Life Line" .'
The kidneys need help. . , -They're
overworked can't get the
poibon filtered out cf the blood.
They're getting worse evtryi minute,
WJI you help themT :
. Doan's Kidney - Pi Is have brouifbt
thousands of kidney sufferers back
from the verge of despair. " "
-Will cure any form of kidney trouble.
VJ. WiHood, 218 S. East St Kinston.
N.;C says:' "1 have osed Doan's Kid
ney Pills and they have htlped me very
much. About a year ago., my back oe-
ea'me weak rind lame- and I had mnch
trouble from my kidneys. ' I got a sup'
ply of Doan's Kidney Pills and their use
relieved me at once. - Other mfmoere
of my family have taken this remedy
for backache and other symptoms ot
kidney complaint and all have received
ffm as! bt all dealers. - Price 5(
oeota." Foster Milburn co., tsuuaii
New Tork, solo agent for the Unite.
States. ' - ' -
i Remember the name Doaa
ake no other, , ,
Here "is m a- "."( ' f '' ' 1
a t'.ifaicr la Ni'w --i U f -hii li e .
zetl May , l iOj:
"The play ailvertis J to be act.-l I-' t
Monday evening having given euMu-e.j
nn.li-v iniil divers iu'liabiinnts of I
this city, who thought--it Highly im
proper Hint sut-b eutertulnnieuls siiouiu
be exhlbitt'd at tbls time 01 puimc ui
tressV'wheii greaf numbers of poor peo
ple can wiuee find "means of subsist
ence, lieieby many persons mifjlit be
tempted to neglect their business and
squander "that money which is 'neces
sary, to the payment ot their debts and
the-support of. their families, a rumor
was spread nbout the town that if the
play went -ou the audience would meet
with some disturbance from the multi
tude, "vi". ';...-' -'- '.,'" ''--"' -"Tills
prevented the greatest part -of
those who Intended to have been there
from -'g6lng,". ..However, many people
fame.- and J he "play was begun, .but
soon interrupted by the multitude, who
bunt open the doors and entered with
noise -and tHnmlt. LTho audience es-
capwl in-the best manner they. could.
Slany lost their hats and other articles
Of raiment. ' A boy hau his sKuii rrac
rtired Und was yesterday, trepanned,
Death U his. -.'Several : others were
sorely set upon and injured..- But we
heard of nn 'Uvea lost. The multitude
immrdiatelv Ceujonshed the house, car
ried the' pieces to the common,, where
they censuiiipij fhero in a bonBre,?j.f
Hie Majesty's Lest Teeth. "
' One of the oddest adventures of a
t'lnrt sneech occurred m 1825. when,
as we read in thenew biography of
Slf Woodbine Parish. King George bad
lost bis false teeth and the lord cnan
tellor.iEldon, who was strongly op
nhaed to the Dollcv the speech contain
ed with regard to theTecognitlon of the
Hnnth America reouDiics, was oouk--u
to deliver It "with a very bad -grace
and no enthusiasm." " "
These cover the financial Dart of befitted the habits of a nomadic race,
.. . ..I . i i I-Thick slices of bread are soaked In
to them, casts no reflection upon
this community's spirit of mnnici
new milk, fried In olive oil and then
spread with honey and eaten hot The
result . is something delicious, . ana
those who have once tasted the reba
nadas will want to taste It again.
Fob baokaohc kioncv and Blaods
' Easter In Russia,
Easter is regarded as -the greatest
festival of the year In Russian and Is
celebrated by much kissing. ".'-:,
ELEVENTH HOUB 1EGISLA.
. The General Assembly of 1911
is not different from previous as
scmblies, in the matter of having
a rush of bills seeking enactment
at the eleventh hour of its sessions.
It is tho old story of forgotten
needs of some community which
wakes op and realizes that it needs
some local matter adjusted through
legislative enactment, and rushes
its bill to Ealeigh to become law.
Or, there is some sneak legislation
wanted by some cotorie In some
rltv or town, and under cover of
niHh of the closing ' hours of the
General Assembly, the bill is qul-
etly introduced and speedily enao
ted into a law with no one to ques
tmn its nresent intent or future
' purpose, its beneficiaries being few
What may be termeosneaii leg
islation can easily b stopped, if
every commuaity will aote what is
being seut in the way of bills to
, be passed. Wide awak represent
tatives and sonators caa make it
an Impossibility for' such bills to
- get through. , f ,: -
A.tA needed leelslatiou, bills
' ueceBsary to meet local conditions,
"in the way of enactments, there
. a-nirinm aiiv excuse for eleventh
'."tour endeavors' to rush such
. through. The people in every town
and city know weeks, . if tot
: months before the general assemb
;. ly convenes, what is demanded in
the way of new laws'for their com
inuniticfl. These should be pub-
' licly discussed iu mass meetings or
Uic columns oi iociw ncwin
and a general local cjrea
. ri-urliHl BS. W . !" t'-'-i
, y , .-
Tl)(,t:e b'''s caa I '
r FOR FLETCHER'S
C ASTO R I A-
' The Planet Msre.
The planet Mars resembles the earth
more closely than any otner unit or
the solar system that we know any
thing abosjr. Mars is smaller than the
arh, and Its specific gravity hi less.
It atmosphere Is rarer than tbat on
the highest mountains. - It has prob
ably no oceans and very little free wa
ter, except la spring, when the snow
Do you know that of air the minor
ailments colds are by -far the most
dangerous? It is not the cold itself you
need to fear, but the serious diseases
that it often leads to. Most of these
are known as eerm diseases. Pneumon
ia and consumotion are among them.
Why not take . Chamberlain'e Cough
Kemedy and cure your com wnne you
cant for saie Dy an aeaiers. :
The most common cause of insomnia
Is disorders of the stomach. Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets correct
these disorders and enable you to sleep.
For sale by all dealers.
The Lett Word. '
Hubbv (with Irritatlom Why la it
that you women insist upon having
the last word? Wife" (calmlyHWe
don't i The only reason we get it Is
because we always hire a dozen argu
ments left when you stupid men are
all ma out Ladles' Heme journal. -
i i i ii '- -i--ii -- "'
' One Woman's Wsy. '
A West I'blladetpblu woman Is still
smarting over the "compliment" that
truest paid her when she was hostess
at an entertainment a. week ago. The
West Philadelphia woman, whose name
Is not Brown, prides herself especially
on her coffee, and she made some of
her best for this occasion.. '
Amonsr the a-uests was a woman who
makes it a practice always to compil
nient persons with whom she comes in
contact ; She says It makes others feel
Measant and doesn't hurt her. Dur
ing the refreshments this guest turned
to the woman whose name is noi
Brown and said: - '-. " , : '
Your tea Is so deTIcions! May
have apothcr cup?" Philadelphia
Times. .. .'. ... . - . -
. A DREADFUL SIGHT.
to.HJ Barnum. of Freevflle. N. Y.
waa the fever-sore tbat had plagued nis
life for vears InsDite of msnv remedies
hi tried. At last he used Bucklen a Ar
nica Salve and writes: "It has entire
healed with scarcely a scar left." Heal
burns, boils,' ecsemtt, euts, nrmsee,
swellings, eoms and piles. like magic.
Only Vxt at all Dealers.. r
Women of the bigKett typV
womei of tnperior edacalion and
refinement, whose discernment
and judgment give weight and
force to their opinions, highly
p rajae the wonderful corrective
and curative properties of Cham
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets. Throughout the many stages
of woman's Lfe,' from girlhood,
tI.ror;h the ordeals of mother
hood to tLedecIIii'ng years, there
is 19 sifer or more rellalle mcd
f 9. e.!r,!ei!.VsTaLMre
". .' A Bit of 8ave9e Werfere. "
One of the amenities of savage war
fare Is . mentioned In Major C
Bruce's "Twenty" Tears In the Hlma
laya." In the old days, when the twe
tribes were at war, tne Kunia men
caught the Nagyris at a disadvantage,
beat them end took prisoner nearly
the whole of - their force. "Now, they
did not want to keep them prisoners
and feed , them they bad scarcely
enonirh food for themselves nor did
tbey want to make an end of them
they Just stripped them of srms and
clothing and sent them home absolute
ly in a atate of nature. This was con
sldereir- fur ' more shameful to thf
Nuirvrls than If. they bad sll bvu
killed In the flulit. - . ' ',
'Foley's Howy and Tar is tha i)
couh remedy I ever ubi-J it qui,
stopiw-d a severe co'iih that In"l I
troubled me," says J. W. Knhn, 1'.
town, Nobr. Just so quirk ly t
it self in pll ruBi-s of couk'-", '
'T'i(tbe ftnl biff r,. i
, - -r. . . I
t.m -T6' Identify a Child.
' "Mr small sou did not return at the.
regular time one day While' out "with a;
maid. The thought terrified me that;
in case of. an accident there would. be
no way of identifying him should be be,
lost The next morning I cut pieces .of
wide taoe. on which I wrote ; very
clearly bis name, address and our tel
ephone number In Indelible nut. i
sewed one of these"pleis to each of
his underwaists,' in front where .
could be plainly seen. K. B. A. In Har
per's Bazar. -, ---,
A SPECIAL MEDICINE FOR KIDNEY
AILMENTS, '. .."
Many elderly people have found in
Folev's Kidnev Kerned v a auiok relief
and permanent benefit from kidney and.
bladder ailments ana rrom annoying uis
inary irregularities due to advancirg
years. Isaac N. Regan, Farmer, Mo.,
aava: "Foley's Kidney Jiemedv effect
ed a. complete cure in my ease and I
want oth rs to knowof it" F. S. Uuf-
i i'.: Enta That Pass. Ue BW
We can be but partially acquainted
even witn me events wo w.-iihuij
Influence our course through life and
our final destiny. There ire Innumer
able other events, if sues tney may ue
called, which come close upon us, yet
pass away without actual results or
ereu betraying their near approacn ny
the reflection of any. light or abaaow
across our minds. Could we know all
the- viclssltndea of our fortune life
would be too full of hope and fear,
exultation or disappointment to afford
us a single hour of true serenity.
Hawthorne. : 'C'Zr::
r FOR FLETCHER'S
, .'Vi. -: , His Curtain Call..",,' ','-
"Did they call on the author of that
new Play for a speech?" "No; an apol
ogy." Detroit Free Press.
C NO NEED TO STOP WOK K.
" When your doctor orders you to atop
work, it staggers you. "I can't" you
kac. Yon know vou are weak, run
down and falline in health, day by day
but you must work as long ss ' you can
atatuL What vou need is Electric Bit
m A aia tone, strensth and vigor to
your system, to prevent breakdown and
build you up. Don't be weak, RickVy or
ailing when Electric Bitters will benefit
you rrom-the firstdoee. Thousands bless
them for- their glorious bealth and
strength. Try them. Every bottle is
guaranteed to satisfy. Only 50c at all
- - - ;
U-' rannlhal. ? '
'And'" what," asked the eannlbal
cbleftahv-la his .kindest tones"what
was your business before you '.'Werel.
captured by my men?" " ; -
"I was a newspaper man," answered
the captive. f.:.:r. s-':t.''5
"An emtorr'W-r; C-.L
"No: merely aubedltor."- ' 'i
"Cheer up, young man! Shortly after
my chef has" finished bis perusal of the
cookbook you will be editor in cniei. .
Laughing heartily at bls bonmot, tne
cannibal chief wanted to know If the
captive bad atunny bone-Judge.
A COLD, LAGRIPPE, THEN PNEU
Is too often the fatal sequence. Fol
ey's Honey and Tar . expels the cold.
checks the lagnppe, end prents pneu
monia, .it is a prompt ana rename
cough medicine that contains , no nar-
oo tics. It is as safe for your children
as yourseii. r. . uutiy.i ; - .v m
,' ',--..' "' "' False Information. ";
-The citv farmer was calling on bit
neighbor and. making a few observe
lions on methods n poultry raising
"Mr." Jones.'' be. asked, "how do you
manage to have such broilers by th
middle of July? My chickens won't b
large enough to use for a month yet'
'"Well, 1 dunno." replied Farmer
Jonr "The only rule I toiler to to aei
my hens In the spring.". I ,-,
i"lu the sprlngl" exclaimed the new
resident "Why, all my poultry books
ssy emphatically that bene should
set In a dry place. Eansaa City Etar
When you have rheuraatUm In your
foot or insteo anntv Chamber'. (n Llni
ment and you will get nuicic rilef. It
costs but a Quarter. . V cy su orl For
sale by all dealers. t : - , ;
Never Hits It . ..-
Gadsb That fellow Noecs4s Is
regulur fortune bunter. l'"jn r W.
he's a mldlity xxr aimt. i '
- Hadn't Settled. - , -
- Bacon And you say your brother ha
settled 'in Canada? Egbert-No. I
didn't say so.- 1 think he-went ilierf
to get out of settling. ronkers States.
man,- - ' .
tORblSEASES OE THE SKIN,'
Nearly all diseases of - the skin surh
as eax-ma, tetter, salt rheum and oa
bers' itch, sre character. m by an in
tense itching and smarting-, wh ch oittn
tinltes life h burden and disturbs siet,
aid rest. Quick relief msy be had by
'Pplvmif Chnmberluin s bKlv. : It al-
l.ysthe itching and smarting almost
instantly.- Many eases nave Deeq cureu
by its.use. " For ssle by an dealers.
Didn't Take His Own Medicine. - .
- The Info Jaryis R..F-dsoti was yt on.
time . cntmectert- with a mauufacturliy
cont-ern In Berkshire, county. Mass.
which psHdiired a plastic mnterliil Mki
celluloid known as zylonlte. -Amoufc
the nTthles whHb the factory Aurnml
out .-were collars ntid Vuffs. the 'upe
rlorlty of which J.lr..Edson was discuss
ing one evening at a business men':
eatherlmt. "But I see." said one ol
the men, "tbaf"you' don't -wear them
good as- tbey ' may, be.",, "No" said
Edson; "l'm like our friend Blank., ile
mukes' coffln; trimmings, but doesn
Use them to any great extent Mann
facturers try to find but what the mar
ket wants regardless of their personal
likes." Exchange." . . 1 f v
- YOU'LL enjoy true, comfort
and the satisfaction of being prop
erly hatted if you wear one of
thesa very smartj and swagger
Gold-Bond Soft hats. . We uncon
ditionally guarantee the Gold
Bond hat by giving you a signed
and sealed guarantee ""bond of
complete satisfaction or money,
b-ick. - -. . . "
- Every fashionable coloring and
many other styles. , :
Gold-Bond Hats are only $2.00.
, ., FOR SALE BY .
i: Cor. S. Front and Middle Sts. .-
lOIIY KIDNEY PUIS
FOR BAOKeanH nuniiiwm bm.ww
" Taking No Chancer ' -' '
The big Steamer had left the pier.
The young man on the tnr barrei still
Waved ill" handkerchief desperately,
"OliWhat'ieyou waiting for? Come
on.'ald his companions disgustedly.
" "I daren't" with -one fearful glance
backward, - -. - - .-
"Wlirtt'a the matter?" . . -C
"She lis a nctdpiUxs," said the younu
man. Evei-ylx'dy's. i" . -.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Tb tti Tea A!i2js Bought
. t . i- In the Barber $hop.- ' .
Customer WDot.do yoq . mean
thatslsn." "Sunvlnr Pessimists. Z.
cents?" '.-Barber -.-TUat's because
takes more. time to shave a man with
, a long face.-JiidK." v;; ;Jr ;..;'.'"
Aerial Paints, Oils
Ei ' I" - S'iJ.LLl v3i .
- lew Bin, 1. 1. -
.Prescriptions from" t'A
physicians, Quickly and Ac
curately filled, v ; X :
Also a full line of Choice
Toilet articles. "
It ve;y' far .across thf
? -Dangerous Smoking.
i Natives of Central America are In
yeterate users of . pimento tooucco,
which they make from dried pimento
berries or allspice.
the: smoker a sore throat "nud often
causes cancer of the tongue. The na-
-"Yes; It's a lorig way.!' v '
i "About bow "many blocks?" Brown
Ing'a Blacnstine. " ' - -" "
NOT A WORO OF SCANDAL .-
It invariably ttlves I marred the call of a neighbor on Mi.
W P Spangh of Msnville, Wyo.; who
ail: "she told me' Drj Kins i. New
1 .Ia -Pilla KaH KiirAtl her nf i kalinale
tlves of South Africa are affected in a kid)ey trouble Bnrj msda her feel like
peculiar manner by the" emoVe from t new woman Eagyt but sure retr.e
the dried leaves ot the camphor pluut dy for stomach, liver and kidney trou-
The "smoker trembles with fright at bles. Only 25c. at all Dealers. - '
nothing, weeps bitterly and uses all
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"My wife is "one in a thonsnnd.
"What now?" "1 JuRt left ber at the
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