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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 8 December 1896

3|?e Cteluertiser ?at>*?rlptfon pries 12 Kontos, 01.50 PA YABLE IN ADV AMOK. W. W. BALL. EDITOB. Bates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, one inser tion, 11.00; each subsequent insertion, SO c-uts. LI boral reduction made for large Ad vertisements. W. W. BALL, Proprio tor. LA.URENS, S. C, Dec. 8, 1890. A Box of Pepper. p4. About two years ago W. H. Popper, of > ndorson county was attentive to Miss Alice Shearer. As Popper was a little slow in his movements the big rothers of the lady demanded Pepper ould marry Alice and he declining e honor, they poppored him woll Ith leaden bullets and under the ?tress of such forcible arguments ho agreed to tako Alice for better or worso; tho coromony was performod hut the parties did not live togethor as man and wife. In tho mcanwhilo Mrs. Alice removed to Toxas. Popper then instituted suit In Anderson to havo the marriago annulled on tho ground of duress and fraud. Judge "Witherspoon decided against Pepper, not on tho m...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 8 December 1896

HOME AFFAIRS. The best one horse wagon at A. H. Martins and the cheapest. Como to tho Advertiser office and havo your job work done with dispatch and weil done Senator Ben K Tillman spoke Fri day last at Gaffmjy, to help up the new county idea iu that quarter. Clinton Is now connected by tele phone with Goldville, and so we can now talk in that direction. The Clin ton Telephone Company is a growing institution.?Clinton Gazette. Good for Clinton. Foil Salk?At tho l,aureus Cottori* Mill?bagging and ties. . it was a real pleasuro to us to have our stalwart Conference class-mate, Kov. D. P. Boyd In our homo, and also to conduct services In our church, not many days sinco. He will carry to Conference a good report, and will, in tho spirit of tho truo itinerant that ho is, be willing to go anywhere he mav bo appointed?oven to ono of Bro. Wilkos' new districts. ? Southern Christian Advooato. in a tight at Bothamy church, near McCprmick, Edgefleld county, on Sun day,the 30ult., Loon J. Will...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 8 December 1896

<?hc fimtvfns C2V5uevti0Ct. PUBLISHED EVK11Y TUESDAY. 8UHCHIPTION ?l.ftO PER VIOAH FATAL SHOOTING AFFRAY IN EOGEFIfLD. AN OtiI> POLITICAL KEUI). Leon J. Williams KUIh Two Men at Bethany Church?III? Mother Wlt iiefiHed the Difficulty, Which Ap pear* to Have Been Forced toy the White Br?then?. Special to The Btatc. The usually quiet community of Lib erty Hill, in Eugefield County was ter ribly shocked on Sunday afternoon, Nov. :??. when the news spread that Mr. Leon J. Williams had shot and killed Messrs. L. D. and J. V. White, brothers. The particulars leading to tho kill ing dato back to tho election in 18U4. Mr. WilliamB wus then a candidato for the Legislature and reports wcro cir culated detrimental to his churaoter. Mr. Williams was informed that Mr. L. D. White was responsible for these reports, hut matters wore kept quiet till tho canvass of 18U0, whou Mr. White was a candidato for tho Legislature. A short while before tho election letters very damaging to Mr. White wore...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 15 December 1896

CHAPTER XL Ten o'clock und no ouo yet camo rid ing back from tbo column with lator news. Almost as koou as tho command had disappeared from view Mrs. Farrar bad gono homo, Helen, Ellis, Kitty und Will in closo attendance, and there tlioy woro presently joined by Aunt Luorotia, whose volubility ovon calamity scorned powerless to check, and then, to tho re lief of nil tho women, Captain Loalo knocked and was promptly admitted, "I am in sonrch of my right hand man," said ho, with his bright, cordial smile. "They toll mo ho is playing Aohilles and sulking in bis tont, hut I havo work for him to do, "and then once more did Kitty look remonstrance, for sho could form no idea of work for him that did not involve deprivation for her. "You are not going to send Mr. Far rar away aft or all," nho began, hut Loalo laughingly checked her. "Far from it," said he. "I need him at tho guardhouse and mean to put him in cliargo of tho prisoners when thoy come In. Tho chances aro that tho colonel will ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 15 December 1896

laooorlption Prto*?18 <eutb?, f 1.00 PAYABliK IN ADVAKCK. 1K. IT. 2MJT/?. EDITOR. ites tot Advertising. -Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, one Inser ion, 91.00; ?ach subsequent insertion, 0 CHij tri. Liberal reduotion made for large Ad vertisements. W.W.B ALL, Pronriolor. LAURENS, 8. C, Dec. 15, 1890. Letter from Charleston. Charleston, S. O.,) Dee. 8th, 1890. \ Dbah Advkrtiskr: They say: "A llttlo folly now and thou" is relished by the "wisest men." So a little diver sion from common-place and over lasting politics will not ofTond tho good nso and good tasto of tho readers of ns Advertiser. Let Olc 'and and lllman and McKinley alouo for tho [moment. Wo arc down in Charleston [to see our boy, to attend the annual mmunlcation of tho Grand Lodgo of asons, and to havo a "day off" from he tread-mill exletonco of a country is 'really advantageous to got out Sh home now and then and to sec Hu catch the brisk and crisp move _jfnta of the rest of tho world. It will enlarge tho viow a...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 15 December 1896

HOME AFFAIRS. For Balk?At the Laurent Cotton Mill?bagging and ties. Mrs. X Ran Little came down Mon day to vlalt her paronts, Dr. and Mrs. Boozer.?Clinton Gazette. Miss Beulah Dalle, of Laurons, visit ed Monds in Gross Hill last week.? Correspondence Herald. A Telegraph Office. There Is achronlo disposition to com plain against corporations. But we are not of the complainers and neither Is our town, nor our business people.? The Western Union Telegraph offices are inconvenient to our business peo ple. Tho authorities recognize the strong need of an ohloe on the public square and have promised to establish one. But still it is not done. We are requested by on.- business people to urge the Company to bo obliging and wo now Insist upon the long prom ised accommodation. It Is a crying no cosily. Supercilious. Tho Supreme Court of this State Is laboring with a case of contempt. A cluster of Broad Street Attorneys are up for contempt of Judge Benet's Court. Tho thing Is ridiculous?the ide...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 15 December 1896

*i)c ?auren-3 ^uucvtisct. PUBLISHED EVEKY TUESDAY. 8VBOKIPTION- Sl.BO l?Klt YJOAH Interesting Session in Charleston. Gathering in the City by the Sea. , Generous Welcome and Bountiful Hospitality. Gratifying Progress In Denomina tional Work During the Year. Special to The Mountaineer*. Bound for the " city by tho sea" a portion of tho mountain delegation left Oreenvlllo on Tuesday morning. For their accommodation there bad been provided by the Southern railway a special coach wbloh started out with quite a number of delegates and visitors to tht, meeting of tho State Conven tion of BautietB. Witfh the progross of tho trip con " tftunt accessions of visitors and dele gates were mado so that by tho time Columbia was reachod the " Baptist couch " was well filled. If tho dcsirod end could have been attained by auy euoh action there would havo been forwarded to the clerk of tho weather an unanimously signed petition that ho should favor us with more baliny weather than fell to our lot on...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 22 December 1896

CHAPTER XII. Tho long < xpccted Christmas bnll was in full swing, but tho lato comers enur ed Buow covered and buffeted, for a howling blizzard was sweeping down froni tlio gorges of 111?* Hoolcira and whirling deep tho drifts uboul the wails of old Fort Frayno. Lcalo had como in i about tattoo, grnvo and taciturn, I is fine face shadowed by a sorrow wh o traces nil could soe. II"1 had conto fi>r ] no festive purposo, was still in undress uniform, and, after a brief low toned conferenco wi111 his colonel, bad turned at onco in search of Helen Duunton, who, ever sinco tho dance bi gan, had hoveied near tho windows that looked out. toward tho guardhouse, barely 100 yards away, yet now, evin with its bril liant light, only dimly visible through tho lashing storm. Twic e had Mrs. Far rat essayed to draw her friend into tho little circle by which she was surround ed, but Helen had speedily shown she was uunblo to givo hor attention to what was boitig said or to take any part In tho...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 22 December 1896

^?? Glduertiser SuDsorlption Wot?XI Moatm, 91.90 PA YABLB IN ADVANCK. W. W. BALL, EDITOB? , Rates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad I vertinenaflntH, por square, one inser tion, 91.00; each subsequent insertion, ? 50 cents?. Liberal reduction made for large Ad I 7*rlisoinonts. W. W. BALL, Proprietor. LAURENS, S. 0.. Dec. 22, 1890. It would bo amusing to read of tho War cry of Mills, Morgan and othor feouthern Sonators If tho history of the wars of tho Unitod States did not ?avour of sadness for tho South. Dur ing tho Napoleonic wars tho United 8tates managed to koep clear of tho ?orimmagc, tho Yankees did the car rying trade for this continent, got rich, invested In manufaoturos and now wo aro howling about their monopolistic -wealth. Tho South largely fought tho Mexican war, got an cmpiro as the re Cult, and in her insistanco that tho uired territory should bo freo to ?uthern proporty, she lost hor liber ? ties and the accumulations of two hun dred yoars. The South wants wealth ' and pe...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 22 December 1896

HOME AFFAIRS. There will be a Christmas dinner at Mt. Bethel Church un the 26th of De cember. For church repairs. Tickets 28 cents. For two days only, Dec. 28d and 24th, a sterling Silver Thimble for only 10 cents ct W. A. Johnson's. Married, by the Kev. Mr. Kabb at his residence on tho 17th of Decomber instant, Mr. C D. Robertson to Miss C. I>. Davis. All of Laurens. Thk Ad VKRTI8KR bespeaks much happinoss. All Right. Mayor Dial returned from tho city of Charleston on Wednesday last, whero he iloated the 930,000 of Lau rens Water Works and Electric Light Bonds at par. Good for the Mayor, for the city and for the bond pur chasers. So we will bo all right in the early 6prlng. A Good Mau (Jone. Kev. David liaddondied at his home, Ora, in this county, on the 13th lust and his remains, attended by endeared relations and friends were laid to rest at Old Fiolds on the succeeding day.? As a minister of the Associate Re formed Presbyterian church he ably and faithfully served his master ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 22 December 1896

PUBLISH KU KVEKY TUESDAY. WfllCHirilON Si.r.U I'KK VIMt a I'IjKA roit 'I'llk minis. l'libllo Opinion Ne? tin to ho Kdueulrd Tho 'Areal men I of Birds it Dis grace to Our OvHI/.atlon. Yorhville Knquircr. ?Tho Enquirer la usually alert on matters ulTeotliig tho public good. The Improvement of our roads, tho develop ment of tho agricultural, mining and commercial Interests of the county, tho abatement of the liquor evil, anil tbo Integrity of our courts of justice receive deserved attention. ErThere is, however, a subject of g''eat public importance which seems to have ercaped your notico?tho preservation of tbo birds. Tbo need of the educa tion of public opinion on this subject ^constrains mo to speak through ^our columns, hoping to attract some atten tion to it. Ignorance and thoughtless . nets aro tho roots of tho great evil of bird destruction. Tho feathorod tribes aro an essential .element in the economy of nature. Tho creation of them was ono of the first stops in preparing tho e...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 29 December 1896

' _ in- - ? - ^ ~ [ ? T^^^^H VOL. XII LAURENS. S. CM TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1896. NO. 27. CHAPTER XIIL j Jack Ormsby did not go oast by tho (hat train after tho Christinas ball as had been his purpose,, but ho saw no lnoro of tho lady of Jus love. Lato that dreadful night, rouBing for a few mo menta from tlio 6tupor into which she had been thrown by tlio nvnouucoincnt that it was her own brother who lay thero downstrickon in tho midst of bis ! career of crime and 6hame, Ellis Far- j rar, littlo by little, realized tho whole ' znisorablo truth, that ho, her brothor, was tho xuau who had wrecked Helen Daunton's life?Helen, who, to spaxe that invalid mother an added sorrow, had hidden from her tho namo of tho man whoco brutal blows and ourse3 bad rowarded her lovo. Moro than all did Ellin realizo that tho lover, whoso loyalty and devotion aho horse)f had repaid with scorn and contempt, bad suffered her words iu silenoo rather than botray another wo man's confidence and thereby divulge a...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 29 December 1896

te Ciduertisar ipfclon Prior-1? Moutbs, IJ'l.O^ JAYABIiEIN ADVANCE. W. BALL, EDITOR. Advertising.?Ordinary Ad ^^Hti per aquare, ono ln8?r raOf ' eaoh subsequent Insertion, 1 reduction iiuulo for lnr?o Ail ments. W. w. BALL, Proprietor. B?RENS, S. C. Dec. 21), 1800. Democracy. scorns to be In these latter cuVtoiiH and now fancied notions fcCOoracy. In South Carolina and South, demoorutio doctrines jon held and boasted for a cen ?ho Carolina Idea of democracy a demand for what is known us C democracy?a government by ob, overy man and woman exer equalunquall6ed volco in tho Pfcfc of the State. This is not Carolina Idea of democracy. It (r has been?we trust it never will ['hose whoexeroiso tho suffrage are [real Governors of a Stato. In this we so qualify the suffrage that on tose of sufficient intolllgenco oxer tit and are thereby governors. This jxpedloney?looks to tho greatest of the greatest numbor?this Is rathern idea of domocracy. The sr or the Governor must be ab!o to I or write ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 29 December 1896

CHEERY AND BRIGHT. CHRISTMAS JOYS ABOUND?THE RUSH OF LAST WEEK GIVES PLACE TO A GENERAL HOLIDAY. Mr. W. P. Richardson is at bomo from Darlington to visit relatives. Mr. Robert Hoiman, of Spartanburg is hero for the holidays. Rev. Mr. Greer is visiting his brother, Mr. John Greer of this elty. * Miss Janio Rivers is spending tho holidays with friends in Clinton. Mr. Will ?owen is spending Christ mas with his mother in Laurons. Sheriff McCravy, of Laurons was in tho city yesterday.?Register. Miss Louise Meredith left on Tuesday to spend a fortnight with frionds in Augusta. Mr. W. D. Forguson arrived from Charleston on Friday to spend Christ mas. Mrs. Bioise Shell and children are spending tho holidays with relatives In the county. Mr. S. F. Garllngton, of Augusta, Ga., is In the city visiting his parents, Mr. and Mr6. Creswoll Garllngton. Mrs. J. C. Garllngton and children of Spartanburg aro with relatives in town. Superintcndant Anderson, of the C* & W. C. railroad spent Sunday w...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 29 December 1896

<tlje Ccmtens SV?uevtiecr. PUBLISHED EVKItY TUESDAY. 8UHCRIPTION Si.C.d l?KR YKAlt BILL ARP ON CALLING A PREACHER. THE PAJSTOK WITHOUT A FOL LOWING. The'.Methodw of the Several Denomi nations In Getting Pastors and Making Changes. There is an old English rbyino which says: "A paBtor without any people Is like a church without a steeple." Dean Swift added two lines, which said: "A people without a pastor Are like a dog without a master.'' This lite us bettor, for we huvo lost ours and are now groping around in Hoaroh of another oue. .Calling a. preacher is always a perplexing uud i embarrassing thing to do. What Is the | best mode of procedure has long been a vexed quostlon among tho churches. There are somo objoctlona to every method that has been tried, it is iiku the election of judged of our courts; nine times in my recollection tho mode of their eleotion has been uhauged in Georgia and now tho press and the peo ple aro howling for another change. But the churches don't change...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 5 January 1897

CHAPTER XIV. Tbo Twelfth spout its Now Year's 3rvy hot ou tho Indian trail. Into tho foothills it wound, tortuous and full of peril, for from every projecting point, from rock to rock and crest to crest, tho warrior rear guard poured their flro on tho advancing line. Charges were fruit less. Tho nimhlo ponies of the Indians boro their rid( rs swiftly out of harm's way, and only among tho charging force did casualties occur. Still, Fen ton had hung like a bulldog to his task, hoping before nightfall to catch up with tho main body and tho moving village, then to hem it in. Numerically ho was lit tle better off than tho Indians, as CO Indians can surround COO troopers much moro effectively than COO troopers can lurround CO mountt 1 warriors. Through Bat and others he had vainly striven to zoinmunicato with Big Road, to assuro him no harm would be dono; that nil that was necessary was for him to re turn with his peoplo under escort of tho regio on t to tho reservation. Up to 4 p. m. not...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 5 January 1897

ibaorlotjon prloe 12 Months, ?1.80 PAVAlifiK !N ADVANOK. W. W. BALL. EDITOR. ?x\A% f*>r Advertising--Ordinary Ad tertineuients, per nquaro, ouo insm 100,91.00; each siibso'iuont insertion, bcent*. J.inoral reduction intido Tor lar?o Ad vertisements. W.W.BALL, Proprietor. ijuAURENS, S. C, Jan. 5, 1807. Does tfao Soul Ii Want War? ;oept In a few eommuultlep, widely toted, the South allows less Inter* the Cuban troub'es than any seo ,of the couutry, meaning the irrkory covered by this republic ?MHundnir howover that there is In Ipse mtcrost throughout this country Ukdbehidf of tho revolutionists it is Jaturul'Vnd follows upon tho conditions lurrounditag us. Tho island is hard by >ur Southern borders; it is a perfect Kem; and tho commercial intercourse Rotweon tho two countries is large: Ji(l second should the island become Independent it is beyond peradventure hat a republic would be established and KB expectation is well founded that it mild seek admission into this Union pan in...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 5 January 1897

HOME AFFAIRS. Mr. Evorett Posey, of Laurons, wus circulating among bis friends upon our s'reots a few days during Christ mas week.? Union New Era. Mr. W. MoNeace, formorly of Union, now clerking In I.aurons spent a few days during Cbribtmus with his pa rents In Union.?Union Now Era. Tho many friends of Mr. J. K. I5a?s Jr., in this county will regret to L ain that he has decided to leave Harlsvlllc and make his home in I aureus, whore bo has been offered a handsome salary to manage a large mercantile estab lishment for tho Laurens Cotton Mill Company. Mr. Baas Is mo of the county's best young men and success has crowned his offorts here as a merchant. Uo la held In the highest esteem by ovory one who knows him. Mr. Bass proposes to soil out his stock of goods at cost, just as soon as possible, when he will leave for Lau rens. While our people regret to lose Mr. Bass and his estimable wife as citi zens, we congratulate Laurens on the valuah c addition that she has gained. ?Uartsvllie ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 5 January 1897

Che Caurettf 3ltoerti0tt. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY. ?OBCKII'TION SI.BO PKK VKAK The Wealth and Resources of our Stale, TUE ADVANCES THAJP HAS BEEN MADE SINCE 1SOO. Governor Evans Sketches the Pro gress and Prosperity of South Car olins?Homes, Farms and Warm Welcome for all Comers. Columbia, S. C, Deo. 21. Editor Manufacturera' Kecord : It would be impoBsible for mo to give your readers in 2000 words an idea of the material resources or tho indus trial and business progress and pros pnots of South Carolina. 80 rapid has been hor industrial pro gress for the past six yoartt that a book could bo easily Mied with the enume ration of the numerous and varied in dustries. The results of the war and the severer results of the financial policy of the national government have not been without their effects upon our people and the material development of our industries. Thoy havo taught uo to practice economy, live at home and build up our own industries. South Carolina is more favored in her t...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 19 January 1897

Whit (Jajtwra ^dtvitifivi. yoL. xii ' lIulens. s. c, Tuesday, January 19, 1897. no. 30. ? A Review of the State's Con dition and Prospects. The Retiring Governor Makes a Fling at the Peniten tiary and the Farm er's College. His Farewell Address is Neither Graceful or Timely. Tlio following la tho principal por tion of the tnessago of Govornor Evans, relating to tho general affairs of tho State: FINANCE AND TAXATION. The finances of our State aro in hot ter condition than ever in our history. The State debt Is smaller and tho debt per capita has decreased from elovon dollars to four. Tho ^following tablo, taken from the Comptroller General's report, gives an idea of tho progress of the State: 1895?Acres of land returned, 18,073, 070; 1890?Acres of land returned, 18, 105,122; increase, 189?, .11,152. Total value, real estate. 1890, $100, 070 705; total value reul estate, 1895, $100,157,179; Increaso, 1890, $819,020. Value of porsonal property, 1890, $45,838,007; value of personal prop...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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