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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 4 May 1897

^?? Glduertiser l Sttbaorlptlon PrT?V?f2~ WouthB, $).oo PAYABIiK IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL, EDITOR, Katos for Adyortising.?Ordinary Ad vertiHOinnntH, pur Hquure, one inser tion, $1.00; eaob subsequent inwortion, 50 cents. Liberal reduction made for largo Ad TortiHOinontH. W.W.HALL, Propriotor. LA.UHENS, S. C. May I, 1897. Graut? The greutebt pageant that over oc curred on American soil was tho dedi cation of the Grant monument, on tho banks of tho Hudson, in Now York, on Tuo-duy last. Probably a million of people joined in tho grand demonstra tion, composed of the military and naval forces of the nation and citi zens of tho wholo country. On tho doath of Grunt, Now York was ae cordod tho honor of caring for his re mains, and there they have been until now, undor guard. In a temporary rosi lng place, until tho completion of tho tomb and monument whore they were permanently laid on last Tuesday.? Foreign nations sent ships of war, which lay in tho Hudson, under tho magnificent monument, ...

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. — 4 May 1897

HOME AFFAIRS. Tbo Laurona Ccucort Band, undor tho Instruction aid management of Prof. Otto 0. GlUnitz, which was organized a fow wtoks ago Is making rapid progress and[according to Mr, Grunitzexpectation the band will be able to give their (first free open air concert lu about tw> weeks from now. Prof. Orunltz is laboring hard to train this band anil mal? it second best to none in this State, ami tho way the boys aro progrossug is proof enough that they will bo MCCessful, There is no reason why a bend cannot ox ist in a town Of tili- -i. ?, is it is a duty of the citizens to give it mfUolont support to keep it Up in gOfd shape, which wo believe and hope they will do, as it will be a credit to the town and citi zens of Lauren-. Following are the names of ihc numbers ?vhich belong to said organizations OttoC. UrunlU, I ustruotor and Man ager; S. I*. Babti Sec'y and Troasur< p Will Mong, W I Franks, U (i Franks. A M Moscley, I B Webb, j t Har grove J B UM? Jones Molt, Helton Wigg...

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. — 4 May 1897

THE DEDICATION OF GRANT'S TOMB, IMPOSING CK?KMONIK8' AT THE lUVKKSIIlK PAHK. A MilHon of HpcotatnrH Wltncu* the Great Parade?A Hcono oi* Wonder ful Bploudor? PrenldoiU Melilnley's Tribute to His Illustrious Prede cemor, With military pomp and splendor never before witnessed in this country, was dedicated on tho 27th of April the magnificent monument erected by tho peoole of tho country to tho memory of Ulysses S. Grant. Tho ceromonics took place in tho presence of a great nult'tudu of people. Six mikt> of str ets were lined with pcoplo estimat ed to number over l.ooo.uoo. Ltwaaa tribute of the populace to the groat American general f iat has no parallel in American history. A?; all Ifiuropo honored Napoleon's interment under tho dome of tho Invalids, 80 did all America honor Grant. Thero was assembled on the high knoll of tho drive, on tho numerous stands orootod about the tomb, such a gathering of men of eminence from far und n ar, as was strange to ovon cosmopolitan New York. S...

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. — 11 May 1897

LARRY ?ANTT SPRINGS A SENSATION. ALLING KD OROOKI3DNES8 AT in 10 STATE DI.Sl'NNSAKY. A Letter Without Signature Which Was Privately Circulated?Gautt Acknowledge* Ho Wrote It und Threatens to Expo o Corruption Clerk Scruggs TrMls XV by lie Wanted tho Matter Kept Quiot. The Columbia Register contained a few days ago tho following letter, which purported to havo beon written v^to Clark HoweII, of tho Atlanta Con \atitution, aud has been exhibited for fbo past month in u private way ammg olllcials in Columbia, with tho uiHlorntunding that it was written by tho od^pr of the Piedmont Headlight. The story was told that tho letter had beon brought to Columbia by Mr. Biekart, of Atlauta, whose name is mentioned in It, and who belongs to a liquor firm iu that city. Mr. liowell is said to have transferred it to Bick art, and ho used it to promote his busi ness before the State hoard of coutrol in tho sulo of liquor. Gantt was working in tho Interests of Seth VV. Scruggs, tho clerk of the board...

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. — 11 May 1897

tobsorlptlon Prlco la Mouths, fi.00 PAYAULU IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL, EDITOR. Ilatos for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, por square, ono inser tion, S1.00; oaoh aubsequotit iiisortion, 90 ootits. Liberal reduction tnady for largo Ad vertlaomonts. W. W.BALL, Proprlotor. LAURENS, S. 0., May 11. i?(J' Agnin tbo Dispensary* It looks now llko tbo beginning of tho ond was coining. Wo have bad for fivo years a most vexatious oxpor ionco with our dispensary law. Tho world ovor, especially tho civilized part of tho globo, has had much trou blo with tho subject of intoxicants. Horo wo remark that, all legislation, all laws must be made with regard to tbo gonlus of the poople. Von cannot put upon a free untrammollod people, like South Carolinians, the laws of Germany or even Franco. Tho freo Cai olinian, and especially a man be longing to tho hills of South Carolina, is apt to inquire when his door is dark ened or hi9 castlo entered, by what au thority it is invaded, or rather this was on...

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. — 11 May 1897

AFFAIRS. CORD OF LAUREN'S IT* TO DATE* JUNE 1?. .go Barlo is di.80U880d a-a possible Jjduto for United State Senate. ?'J A. Gatnbroll niado a busin? dplo hie plantation in l au. one count >. *uei3ay.--Greenwood Journal. Jon Governor Evans lias told all Knows about the bonds, of wri Iho remainder of hie stock < lution consist??Charleston Post. ftttlOWS, of Indiunn. la one of the jof tho free silver candidates, lie led "rood grit" at the tlmo of tlx it strikes and rioting In t tic \v inrlcston Post. 10 rulo that candidates for State oflBbs should flic their | 22jBnst.. Is all wrong. 1 up] thfl date a horse should ow leg and It be desired oBr nag? Should It bo 1 l#o to trot over the uours and ti^j gate money? idren'a Day will bo ol o-l rn n Greek Church on s.-: rday I) m \ho fourth Sunday i". ti i month, inst. A basket-picnic will In i\ y ? prominent speakers havo b en it - for the occasion. The : ul lie 1 re cordially invited to nit sndj nnd .1 nut tlmo guaranteed. Miller Chosen...

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. — 11 May 1897

PUBLISH Kl) KVKUY TUESDAY. NUBCUI"Tlo\ ?l.r.o PER YEAH BILL ARP IN THE GARDEN.I He i? Successful In liaising Flue Veg* ' otablee?A flood Farmer Will Bavo a Goud Qardeu. " Futo cannot harm mo?I have dined to-day." That is tho way wo feel just after dinner, especially if wo have earned it?worked for it bodily ( and wauted it. But I have heard folks day they were never hungry and not even the odor of cucumbers and CnioitS in the dining room would excite ti eir appetite. 1 have heard others say they had the appetite, but were afraid to indulge it because of Indigestion. Such folk:] are to be pitied. They have my sympathy. But 1 sincerely believe that work or physical exercise i9 a remedy for both. 1 suppose tnat Shakespeare suffered in this way, for bo says, "Now, let digestion wait on appetite aiid health on both.'' Certain it is Iii? death was sudden und prema ture, for ho lived only fifty ryeurs. Milton understood this trouble, too, for he says that Adam's sleep was sweet, being bred...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 11 May 1897

HOME AFFAIRS. A Sad Affair. Tho house of Lawrence Tuckor, a tonant on tho hind of Mr. W. S. Gray, noar Van Tattoo's Shoals in this couuty was burned on Friday night lust about nine o'clock and w'.u it four of his children. Ho and his ivlfo were out fishing on tho Knoree with their oldest child and the children were left in tho bouse. An inquest has been held but we have not learned the finding or particulars. The chil dren destroyed were three little girls und an Infant boy. Here We Arc. Col. Davlo, of Chester, has writ ton a letter to the New York Times, thn substanco of which is that, tho far mers of South Carolina aro not grow ing poorer, and that they are content with tho gold standard. Congressman McLaurio has mado a speech iu which tho vast resources of the South arc ag gregated and her contributions to the wealth of tho nation summed up. lb forgot to Stato that, of tho thousands of railroad mileage and telegraph, at the South, not a foot is owned by South ern men and so large...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 11 May 1897

The Conquered Banner. Kurl tbat Banner, for 'tis weary; Hound its 3t8ll 'tis drooping dreury'; Furl it, fold it. it is bot; For thoreV not a mao to wayo it, And there's not a sword to save it, Aud there's not on? left to lave it In tho blood which heroes gavo it; Aud its foes now scorn and brave it ; Furl it. hide it?let it rest. Take tbat Banner, 'tis tattered ; Broken i* its staff and shattered ; And the valiant hosts are scattered CT J Over whom it floated high. Oh, it's hard for us to fold it: Hard to think there's none to hold it; Hard that those who once unrolled it Now ur.'st furl it with a sigh. Furl that Banner, furl it sadly, Ouco ten thousands hailed it gladly, Aud ten thousauds wildly, madly, Sworo it should forever wavo ; Swore that foemau's sword should never Hearts like theirs entwined dissever, Till that Hag should Boat forever. O'er their free Join or their grave. Furl it, for the hrnds that grasped it, And the bands that fondly clasped it, Cold and dead are lying l...

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. — 18 May 1897

VOL. XII LAURENS, S. C, TUESDAY, MAY 16, 189;. IHE AGRICULTURAL HALL CASE DECIDED. TUB si.YTi: IS AUA IN DBFBATBD. Wesley Gets tin- Building, but tho Bluo Ilidgo ltonds are Not Vali dated Tin- State Dispensary Will Continue its Operations. Columbia Register. The State lias lost tho Agricultural Hall easo aritl tho Stato dispensary will have to tnovo out sooner or later and seek other quarters. The follow* log* dispatch was received last night : " Tho United States Supreme Court has alllrmed tho deoislon of the Circuit Court for tho Circuit of South Caro lina in tho "Agricultural Hall " ease, involving the titlo to tho Agricultural Hall in Columbia, 3. C. bid ward B. Wesley, of New York, bought the property of the Commissioners of the State Sinking Fund, but there were alleged Irregularities in the purchase ami he brought suit against .1. 15. 'fin dal, the Secretary of tho St tie und J. K. BoyleSi who had been employed by the Secretary of the Stato to guard tho property, to secure po...

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. — 18 May 1897

i|?e: Qduertisex Sabaorlptlb? Price?ia Mouths, 91.00 PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. W. W, BALL, EDITOR, Kates for AdyortlHlng.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per squaro, one inser tion, 91.00; oaoh aubaoquout Insertion, 50 couts. Liberal reduction ruado for lar?o Ad vertisements. W.W.KALL, Proprietor. LAURENS, S. C, May 18, 1897. Agricultural Hall. This proporty recovored by tho Stato Of South Carolina from ono l'arker.ono Of tho reconstruction thlovos, and Stato Treasurer, was in possession of tho State during Govornor Tlllman's time. Tho OBtabllshmcnt alfords tho largest Hall in tho Stato and is com monly known as "l'arker's Haul." The Stato having no uso for it and needing money, ordered it sold ; it was sold by the Stato Sinking Fund Com mission and bid off at a low prico by One Wesley. Govornor Tiliman or dored Secretary of Stato Tindal to re fuse possession. Wosley brought suit, got a verdict in the lower Court, It was appealed to tho Supromo Court of tho Unltod States and tho decision is aga...

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. — 18 May 1897

HOME AFFAIRS. To Pensioners* It Is announced by tho State Board of Pensioners that all applications must have tho Auditor's certificate as to property. Those who have applied in this county had host look aftor this at once. The Editor is of tbo opinion that this requisite only appllos to now applications?that is to say, to applica tions filed undor tho new law with Township Boards. Laurens Visits Clinton. Mieses Alma Shell r.nd Kate Hamp ton, of Laurons, weie the guests of Miss Horton on Sunday ^nd Monday. By invitation Mr. Eugone Wilkes, of Laurens came down last Saturday to assist tho local talont in dispensing sweoteet strains of music on tho occa sion of tho Sunday School Annlvorsary. Mr. Frank Sholl, of Laurons, wus tho guost of friends In Clinton a few days Tho Misses Brown, of Laurons, woro guests of the Misses McCaslan. Mr. J. P, Mallard, after soveral years of faithful sorvico as master mechanic at tho Technical Sohool, Thornwoll Orphanage, has resigned that position and is...

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. — 18 May 1897

" SAREY." MY CHARLES 8LOAN Kliio. iKrom The I'uritui), by ?pedal per in I a> Bien ?f the publishers, Munsey -v ?'<>., N. Y.J It wua a dark night that settled down over tho mountains Ol upper South Carolina. The sky wad heavy with black clone's, and the low muttcrlngs (,f thunder which Bee mod to i-suo from the ravines and gorges, and the zigzag Hashes of lightning which darted away from tho hlTl tops, all foretold tho com ing storm. Down over tho rocks and among tho shrubs a young mountaineer was mak ing his way. iio seemed to know his ground, and moved onward with un hesitating step until ho reachod a I oint overlooking a deep, wild gorge, \ here far down through the darkness, hhone the faint glow of a light. The young woodsman stopped a moment, then muttered : "lie's tbar already. 'Pears to mo that tiro makes too much light, though. Wonder what Hob's a gwine to say v. ben I toll him! This is about tho > afest pocket in tho hull ridge, and now I guebS we'll have to move...

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. — 25 May 1897

Senator Earle is Dead A GREAT PUBLIC CALAM ITY. The Untimely End of a Brilliant Career. Brief Sketch of an Upright Life. From The Areenvllle Mountaineer, ltuy22, South Carolina has met with no ir reparable loss. Tho death of Senator i Joseph II. Karle at an important junc ture in our public affairs, and when be had just entered upon tho threshold of an honorable and useful career as the i representative of his native Statu in the highest council of tho nation, brings us faoo to faoo with calamity that is foit In every uook and corner of the old commonwi alth. It i- not alone that the State is to bo deprived of his splendid abilities, though the loss in this respect is not to bo undervalued; it is not that ho is cut down on tho very verge of an enlarged usefulness, in which he had enlisted with enthusiasm ' and proper zeal for tho accomplish ment of high and noble purposes, nor is it altogether on account of tho valu able sorvico ho was expected to ren der as an Illustrious son of th...

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. — 25 May 1897

y Ad i 11801 artion, \a Ad %tor. 25, 181)7 . Epistle, General. on of tho hour is a letter oui Washington by Senator .11. Tho Senator directed it, af rcading, to bo glvon to tho public, ?bat all might enjoy tho wholesome contents. Oov. Ellorbo saw lit to ex pose it to a fow frloads only, and loav ing it to Benjamin to give it dolTuslon. ilt wus BolQsh in our Govornor, for Senator Tillmau is always stout and waspish and peppery in his pronounce ments and his largo constituency wore ontitlod to have tho stimulus as in tondod. Now they say, tho Senator will soften down certain salient para graphs and tho expurgated edition will reach us. It is said to touch tho dis pensary scandals and to justify tho handing around tho "sample" casos to the politicians nnd hungry official*, it also soarrides Judge Slmonton and hits with baro knuckles tho Agricultu ral "Haul" poople. It is suggosted that Gov. BUerbe withheld the tender oplstle as it might effect tho Vander cock fruit now in tho hands of ...

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. — 25 May 1897

\, HOME AFFAIRS. Honor Roll Ol Laurons City Schools for month ending May 7, 1897: First Grado?Cora Armstrong, Lou ise Copeland, Margarot Powors, Lil lian l'otorson,Amelia Swartzburg, Kate Wright, Loulso Simpson, Nellie Sum mersault, Samuel Fleming, Gus Hart, Thomas Grltton, Kobort Walker. I Second Grado- Claro Barnott, Rosn Loo Franks, Carrie Bess Vance, FrauV Ballew, Loyd Langston, Wallace Webb. Third Grado?O'do Adams, Loreo Boyd, Zoleno Gray, Daisy Sullivan, Mary Todd, Frank Crisp, Plerco Irby. Fourth Grado?Eliza Caino, Fannlo Garrison, Frankio Grltton, Lint Jonos, Ina Little, Annie Riehoy, Charlie Kern, John Arthur Moseley, Knox Simpson, James Wallace. Fifth Grade?Mary Bollo Babb, Eva Fiko, Vaughan Grltton, Josslo HIx, Thomas Dlllard, Jamos McManus, Boo Petorson. Sixth Grade?Kate Elchelborgor, Lillian Jnmlo8on, Willie Jonos. Seventh Grade?Maggie Barksdale, Janlo Boulware, Nannlo Bramlott, Blancho Clardy, Lucy Clardy, Annie Denny, Mary Garrison. Nannlo May Hudgens, Nora Smith, Ila...

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. — 25 May 1897

Our Family Story. S.s for me, 1 was just ouu of the thousands that camo Wc-bt to grow up \sith the country, und, not many months after, had good reason to bo lleve that 1 was gono up with the country iiiBtoud. After a while 1 drift ed into Gold Cross camp, it was in ttio days before Cold Cross bud come lO the front as a good thing, and the big mills that uro now eating the sides out of tho hills up thoro hadn't been thought of. ThO boys woro running rockers down in the gulch then, ami most of them didn't muko more be tween meals than they could eat?aud drink?up at grub time. There realiy wasn't much lifo to the camp, and most of tho inhabitants woro tho kind of people that try to make you believe llio Almighty lias picked them out for mi especially favored brand of martyrs. And it was pretty quiet when IV/.eu Bill Johnson came to towu. Hut 1'ujn Hill woko up the oamp. Hill wasn't at nioro than oho place at one time, but his reputation was every where at ouco in the diggings, and It ...

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. — 1 June 1897

Whiskey Rebates Senator lillman on Dispensary Troubles, Tili; HUBSTXNCN OF THAT FA MOUS LUTTtilt. Tito Senator Courts Investigation into His Administration of the ? > ?--|?. usury ami J/uys 1118 Kospecis to Mis 1'UlCllllcs. Tho following statement of Senator Tillman was given to the daily news papers and appeared simultaneously on Sunday morning: Governor Ellorbo having \dcclinod to glvo my letter to tho press as I re quested, 1 waited t > hear from him be fore giving it out. It wMi written very hurriedly, and sumo things in it Boemed to him to bo a reflection on his administration, and ho also objected to my strictures on some men and things as coming through him for fear they would be considered as recoiving hbj endorsement. As I iutended no re flection on tho Governor, and had no purpose of "striking others over his shoulder," I have modified the lan guage which ho considered to retlect ou him and give tho letter to tho public in the form of a statement. I only ad dressed i...

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. — 1 June 1897

Subsorlptlon Frlce -12 Months, ?1.60 PAYABIjK IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL, EDITOR, Katen for Adyortising.--Ordinary Ad vertisements, por Hquaro, one Inser tion , $1.00; each subsequent insertion, ?0 cents. Li bora) reduction inado for large Ad vertisements. W. W. BALL, Proprietor. LAUKENS, S. C, June 1, 1807. Ho Blunders. Mchaurin is a .smart follow "uftor tho order" of tho day, smart as that word is used commonly. Wo aro not quarrelling with his appointmont. lie has written ?.; very short lottor to CJov. Ellorbo accepting tho honor and in It makes four points: 1st. Ho accepts with thanks. 2d. Ho will do his host to represent all the people. .'Id. Ho wants a primary this fall to elect a Senator. 4th. Ho favors election of United States Senators "by a vote of tho poo plo," but ho is careful not to say by a direct vote of tho people, aud wo are loft to guess at his views. We prcsumo howovor that he means a direct voto of tho people. This would not bo De mocracy according to Jefferson and 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. — 1 June 1897

HOME AFFAIRS Ico and loos at Martin'?. To Pensionen. A meeting of the County Hoard of Pensions will be held at Laurens Court House, on the Ktli of June, inst., at 10 o'clock, a m, B. W. Bam., June 1st, 1w7. Cbairman. Bunineas Notions. Krosb lot of bean and cabbage seed just received at I)r, Posey'a Druar Store. 6 Hooms to ront? Furnished or other wise?Apply for terms to J. O. Richardson. Tho earth is not claimed, but still the ball koops rolling. Look at our "ad" and you will be fined not less than $f>.00 nor more than $90. 8. M. & E. H. Wllkes A Co. We pay freight. For. Sale?One-half interest in the storo occupied by J. M. Phllpot and ono-half intorost in the farm in tho Fork occupied by W. J. Anderson.? Cood bargains. H. Y. SlMl'SON. You will do your self an injustice if you don't see the 14,000 Fruit Jars at 8 . M. & E. H. Wllkes & Co. A Fresh lot of Gilt Edgo Dandy, and Nobby Brown shoe Polish just receiv ed at Dr. Posoy's. if you would drop In tho stores of S. M....

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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