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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 11 April 1884

Laws of Newspapers. 1. Subscribers who do not give ex press notice to the contrary, are con sidered as wishing to continue their subscriptions. 2. If subscribers wish their papers discontinued, publishers may continue to send them until all charges are paid. 3. If subscribers neglect or ref use to take their papers ftom the office or place to which they are sent, they are held responsible to settle their bills and give (ie notice to discontinue. 4. If subscribers move to other pla ces without informing the publisher, they are held responsible. Notice should always be given of the removal. 0 4* Legal Advertising -Parties having Legal advertisements to Iblish, are reminded that there is no law govern ing the matter, and guardians, admin istrators, executors and others, can have their printing (lone at any offlice they may desigrnate. 51" As THE MESSENGER offte'rs a 1111ch1 lower rate for such work thai has been the rule heretofore inl this section, those having the interest of theirl ...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 11 April 1884

[For the Messenger. Words of Wisdom. a Mn. EDIroit: Will yott be kind t -enough to pulbliQh the followin clo- t juent an(I statesmanlike words by our s represcit ative inl Cougress, the lIon0. D. Wyatt Aiken. The farmers all over y this broad land are rapilly learning the f4 rutih, that in politics, 'Lis not all gold C that, glitters, an( tMat too often the promises and pledges of party plat- r forms are made not to be carried out ) in practice, but to eatch votes i eleet- i' ion times. Read below and ponder. T. H. R. "Occasionally we hear a farmer c xay that political matters are out 9 of place when in the columns of a paper that is devoted to the inter- I ests of agricultural pursuits. Pray, li then, where will you get political a information? Or don't you want a any ? Do you propose to remain the , Alaves of politicians and business y leaders ? You answer, 'We can get si our politics out of our party V:a- .11 pers.' So you can. That is where i you have been getting such matter in...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 11 April 1884

happy Seklool-0irls. Pretty school-girls ] rosebud maidens? I can count from here a score, Chattering in their youthful gladness, 4 A s they cluster at the door. I All unconscious of her graces, See that charming little Miss, As she greets a waiting comrade With a cheery morning kiss. One has golden tresses, braided, ( Long and lustrous, tied with blue, I With a pair of eyes to match thei I Of the sky's cerulean hue. t One is of the pensive order, Drooping lids and oval face; Some are full of wit and humor, Some of quiet tender grace. Ay I when taken altogether, Grouped as one may seo them there, Show me, friend, a diamond cluster That with this one can compare. Show me on the walls of genius In the old world or the new, Any picture half as charming As these schoo-gih lo,sweet and true. By-and-by they will be scattered, By-and-by will changes come, Each one giving up their studies For the duties of her home. 'Tlien will ne'er, in such a tableau As this one, again take part I Merry s...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 11 April 1884

Uen YUar Joui: Come, SalIf, dear, it's getting Iate,and mother is wide awake; She knows you're here, and therefore your departure you must take; .I've got to lock the door and then ptit out the parlor light; PleAse go, (lear Sal, and you can come again some other night. SAL: Oh, pshaw ! dear John, it's early yet, .I'm sure I needn't hurry; .U's scarcely half-past 10 o'clock, your mother need not worry; But if you want to go to bed then I'll no longer stay, So, love, give me another kiss, and I will go away. JOHN: Oh, Sal, please don't ! Well, take it then, now go; please miake haste? If mother should come down and see your arm around my waist I think I'd faint; come, dearest, don't delay a moment more, Put on your hat and shawl and I will see you to the door, SAL: - I think it's just too bad that I have got to go so soon; Well, never mind. I'll see you, love, to morrow afternoon; I'll-hitsh t I hear your mother coming down with footsteps light.; im off--just one; oh. my, how sweet! ...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 18 April 1884

-2 rx, lIE EA- rzY SOT , RA, .FRID 12, ssRIe r 8)188~0 VOL. 1] EASLY, SOTH CARLINAFRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1884. [O 8 d _~he Laie,_aezzeniger, ( J. R. HAGOOD, EdIterand Prop'r. Ente-sed at the Po3tofice at E,4910 b S. C., as Second Class Matter. 0 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year, strictly in advance ... 1.00 Six months *'ee.. 65 tI RATES OF ADVERTISIN.U One square (1 inch) 1 iisertlon......75c n li'Amh subsequent insertion............40c e Liberal (liscount on contracts or by S the colim, lflf or quarter column. Marriage notices free and solicited. Obituaries over 12 lines charged for. Correspondent s, to insure attention, must give their full address. We are not responsible for the opin- t ions of our cor)respoldents. All comimuieations for the paper must be adulressedl to the Editors; business letters (o the Publisher of the M!-ssmNGEI Easley, S. (. C Have You a Mother I e t Ive you a iiolh'r? love her well, While she is spared on earth, Wait not till (leat h shall call her hence, To kno...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 18 April 1884

J. R. HAGOOD, Elitor. OUR RtAILROAD. Is it becauise eve1yb)("Is busy :iting &c., tit ou:- RIailroad is I receiving ut little consideration r now ? Or is it because our people 3 have fCaIllen into a state of indiffer- ! eice on the Subject? The subject 1 of Railroads has its day, and so does politics? But why can't we mix them? Why can't each be onmsidered, Virtually at the sam . lime? The Edge field AdvertiserP seems to think that, soon the diree 1()1s of the C ar'olinma tClunherland I (ap & Chi I ()ca EI'ail Load will. Ileet at E.dg'Efiid. WVhal, will he t1he result of the meeting? I low fIir 'r-war( wil! thie rOnl he pusll c<1? 'The time is coll 1 iini n s0ome0 defini te step 'shoul d be takenI inl lie muatter. Sooli tile (lections. regadingthe voting (of sbcit lis lO1lig the l ilo of tihe ruad. lai1ml(1 he orderled. so that we may know jusIt, wait our people are I)ing to (Io. A iken las ref'use( to do anything : what will Edg1efield do? .\ identlv AilKen1's coluluet t ...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 18 April 1884

Js X"Itm Jjtesseniger. J. R. HAGOOD, Editor and Prop'r. LOCAL AN D COUNTY MATTERS. -I;ead carefully the following new ad vertiseniots In this Issue: R. L. Lewis, candidate for School Commissioner. W. M. Unsigood & Co., 35 Tons of Stamdard Guano. Dr.e. Earle & 1iruce, copartnership it) practice of mitedicine. Dr. W. T. Field, Jersey Bull. Calissaya Touic. Ownbey Bros., Fine Cotton Seed, and a Job lot Crockery. Jose ph .Weston, Boot and Shoe shop, Greeiville, S. C T. K. & V. E. IludYCn, Chrom (arids. ~ ,Crm W. S. GREGcoRy, our Foreman and Pu1bli1her', is authorized to receive and eceipt for subscriptions, Job work and advertisehients for THE MESENGER. -Candidates. before election time cOme(s, have your tickets printed at the M1SSENGER Omee, whre it will be (tonle as neat ald cheaper than any where this side of Charleston. -Cot ton ilk Greenville is selling at I ll to II .}., with a firm demand: -OWNBEY BRos. have a Job lot of ( rockerv, which t hey will sell cheap. apr 18 ...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 18 April 1884

Oh, Foolislh HeartI Oh, foolish hoart, why feel III palin a pleasure, And banish amiles. to. find In tears a treasure ? Wihyi eeic he cruel thorns Beneath the; roses; Why harbox thoughts of night Before day eloses? - The Joys of life at best, Are far too fleeting, That thou should haste the hour Of grief's sad greeting. Sufficient to- the iay Is Its sorrow ; . For the pleasures of to-day May pall to-morrow. -Jerome B. Bell. His Revenge. Some time ago, Judge Graph ran, while holding court at an ob -scnre town on his circuit was trou )led by an old squatter. The old fellow was so evasive, showing such a disposition to shield one of his friends, that the Judge fined him for contempt and serAt him to jail. Several days ago, the Judge, while en route in a buggy to hold court at the same place lost the road and wandered around in the woods. Night came on, and to increase the perplexity of the sit uation, a heavy rain began to fall. After wandering around for an in definite length of time,...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 18 April 1884

Chnrch irectory. Methodist Church.-Rev W. H. Kirton, Pastor Pickens (Vircuit. First Sunday at II a. in., at Daousville, and at 3 p. in., at Antioch. Wednesday night before second Sun day, at 7 o'clck, at Easley. Saturday before second Sunday at 11 a. m., at Tabor. Second Sunday, 11 a. m., at Pickens, and 3 p. m. at Bethlehem. Saturday before third Sunday, at 11 a. in. at Mt. Bethel. Third Sunday at 11 a. in.. Salem, and at 3 p. m. at Porter's Chapel. Saturday before fourth Sunday at 11 a. in. at Union. Fourth Sunday at I a. i. at Easley, and at 3 p. m. at Zion. Baptist Church-.Rev. D. W. Riott. First Sunday, 11 a. m. and 8 p. in., and Saturday before at 2 p. in., at Easley. S. C. Prayer meeting every Thursday night. Sunday School each Sabbath at 4 p. in. Second Sunday at Griffin church at 11 a. n; Saturday before at 12 m. At Presbyterian church, Pickens C. H. at 3j p. m. Third Sunday at Central at 11 a. in.; Saturday before, at 12 m. Fourth Sunday at Liberty, 11 a. m. -List of appoi...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 18 April 1884

Loug Age. I sit beside the sinking fire, Watch the weirl faces iI its glow'; All throuighIi the Iight I slioul not tire, But thavy ve faded long ago. Ah-dust !,) (IIust !-tie last repose Ashes to ashes !-well I know llow surely Ilis IbIt i been vith thos'e, Those wvhom .1 loved, so long ago. How surely tis with me will be From every potty joy and woe, From fncided slight, fromI jealotisy Made free and safe-ah ! long ago. And yet may some things with us stay; As on the waters, ies blow In white anl green--jnat as they lay .In white and green, .o 11ng ago. Tis pleasant now to thinzk--Perhaps hi Memory's light one's face may g'low;'' "Oit, upo lTillc!' -for all things Ia pse In that sad, dreary long ago. Ellt Wwhel IIl'l deal, (on't /ou forget Thou whoi li used to treasure so; Yet iay oln tear' thjine eyelid we't, Because I loved thee-long ago No MISTAKE IN 11 ER.-At noon a gir, about 1 years old, and wearing a ewlCha.t faided cost ti c C up to ie delivery wihnlow of the lpost o1lic. I...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 18 April 1884

A RATTLING WATCH.'--ThQmas Steen, the well-known auctiooor of this eity, saw an advertisement in a respectable Western agricult ral paper which stated that the pro prietors of the 'Fireside Journal', published in New York, had pur chased 25,000 watches from vari ous pawnbroker shops, and that for three dollars and a half the Journal would be sent for 1 year and one of the watches would be thrown in. A colored man who wiorks for Mr. Steen wanted a watch, and Mr. Steen sent a P. 0. order for the amount named. A month elapsed and nothing was heard from the Journal. Mr. Steen corresponded -with lie proprietors Of the newspaper which published the advertisment, got a written guarantee from the New York post olive that the money had been paid over to the journal and wrote to the prol)rictors of that sheet, who denied having received the money, the duplicate order proving the payment was sert to them. The other (lay the watch came, but it is such a meni one that Mr. Steen was hamod to give...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 18 April 1884

Lov6 Thee ? Love thee ! Cans't thou ask me still If, in truth I love thee? Ask the breezes if you will, Ask the stars above thee. Nightly, daily on the air, Passi ng soft before me. Breathe I not thy name in prayer To the heavens o'er? Naught but breezes fond could tell, Naught, but stars give token Of those words they knvew so well, Ne'er to mortal spoken. Waking, dreaming, near oil far, Gay, or when I am knely, Of but one, my dreaming are Thee-and of thee only. Life and love are now but one, I had known them never, Till with love was life begm, To live on forever. Came a presence st.'ange to me, Never to be banished; lBrighter as it grew to be While all others vaniled. Many footsteps round me fall Oiie alone I'm learning; Many voices to me call One alone discerning. Many eyes there are, I ow). Shedding true love through them; St ranlge, but j one pair alone Draw iy owin unto them: Many lips unto me speak. Friendship's faith repeating; ips of onle alone I seek, Wleni their gentle g...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 25 April 1884

VOL. .1.] EASLEY, SOUTH CAROINA, FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1884.[N.2 J. R. HAGOOD, Editer and Prop'r. he RPiteed it 440 Postqflice at Eusie S. C, as econd Class Matter. THRMS OF SUB ISCRIPTION. (' One year; strictly inl advnce. $1.00 ro' Six months '. 65 tI Sily RATES OF ADVERTIS[NO. to One sqiuire (1 iich) 1 inseitio ...... 75v E hsubseque lit insert in ............ 40 Libeal <discount on contrawts or by tr the colu1m1, aulf or g i-te'r column. (a< Marrialvge Iotices free maIll( solicited. Obitutries over 12 fines ('cha1i rged for. Correspondents. h) toisire altteltionl, must give their full address. We Itre Iot respInsible for he opil- 11 !onsh of our orlespomients. ho All mlloillmienti, t lon; for thepapr ha mu11ist bt arlbIressled to tle Edit 's; o buisiness letter to the Pliblisher of th e MESSNGEI EaseyS. C. dl JIM DOWLER'S RESURRECTION. A Sketch froni Life, in the Backwoods. _ BY ELZEI1 H AY.01 Jim I )oWlr was <lrOWle'l this is norin n leuNickolls mill ponA l.' un h s pzi.)k...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 25 April 1884

fgts Lazhet jessenger. J. R. HAGOOD, Editor. THE MUNICIPAL ELECTION. Our people were very much ex vreised on Monday last over the e lection for Intendait and Wardens for another year. Tuere were two tickets in the field, the advocates of each striving to elect their men. One ticket was headed by 11. J. Gignilliat for Intendant, with the following gentlemen for Wardens: A. G. Wyatt, J. N. Ioward, A. M. Runion and J. B. King. The oth, er ticket was headed by W. H. Nix for Intendant, with A. G. Wyatt, J. N. Howard, C. P. Run ion and J.M.Rampey for Wardens. The contest was a heated one, and great interest was manifested on both sides. The polls opened at 7 in the morning and closed at 6 in the afternoon. A constant rain fell all day, but the work of vo ting di(d not cease. There were 80 votes cast, and the race was a close one. Tie Gignilliat ticket was elected, he himself receiving 44 votes out of the whole number polled. The new council were sworn in on the morning following the elec ...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 25 April 1884

jhs fazet 5essnger. J. R. RAGOOD, Editor and Prep'r. LOCAL AND COUNTY MATTERS. -Senator Field paid our office a visit last week. -Mrs. W. M. Hagood is earnest in the cultivation of her flower garden. -Miss Essie Russell is visiting rela tives in Anderson. -Peggy S. appears this week in splendid style. Read what she has to say. -The weather has bten quite cool this week. Wednesday morning a large tire felt very pleasant. -We received about 50 subscribers within the space of two weeks. And still they come. -OWNBEY BROS. have a Job lot of Crockery, which they will sell cheap. apr 18 2t -Hon. J. E. Boggs and Capt. J. J. Lewis have been appointed assistant. Supervisors of Election. - Read the announcement of Henry J. Lewis for Sheriff to be found on the local page. --Prof. Moore will speak on"Schools and their Intluence"' on Friday night. Let all turn out to hear this eloquent speaker. All may enter free of charge. -Mr. Elbert Hester brought us this week a sample of a field of fine wheat...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 25 April 1884

- The Electoral College. - The Electoral College will this year consist of the following votes: Alabami, 10; California, 8; t 'onnecticut, 6; Florida, 4; Ili- I nois, 22; Iowa, 13; Kentucky, 13; Maine, 6; M assachusetts, 14; Minnesota, 7; Missouri, 16! Neva da, 3; New Jersey, 9; North Car olina, 11; Oreg'on 3; Rhode Is- 0 land. 4; Tennesee, 12; Verhiont, 4; West Virgini a, ( Arkansas, 7; t (olorado, 3; Delaware, 8; Georg- 1 ia, 12; Indiana, 15; Kansas, 9; Louisana, 8; Maryland, 8; Michi- t gan. 13; Mississippi, 9; Nebras- x ka, 5; New Hampshire, 4; New York, 36; 'Ohio, 28; Pemsylvan- f in, 30; South Carolina, 9 Tex, 13; Virginia, 1 2; Wisconsin, 11; t Total 401. Necessary to a choice 1 201. A Iiv j,-WMAN.-Irs. 31ar t in, of Omaha, didn't scream when she 1inlocked her room and saw a burglar. On the contrar. she marched him to the police station. TheOmnaha Re sketcles tie scene; AIg str'I'apping fellow, fully six feet high, With broad shioulder's and heavy f'rame, caime mrching tip th...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 25 April 1884

Fatal Effects of a Terrific Storm South and West, on the I Ith. Another tornado has swetr with death-dealing force throui sev6er al States Sogth and West. At Oakland, Ind,, out of 30 houses all but three were detroyed. Four persons were kil16d. -'James San dlers, two milej *eat of OakVille, was also killed. 5Q persons were wounded. The path of the storm was about a quarter of a mile wide, and everything in its track was de stroyed. Near Huntsville, Ala., the house of a family, named White was blown away. Mrs. White and her mother-in-law were killed. A ba by was carried several miles and deposited in the woods, where it was found the next morning alive. A man named Glover had - both shoulders broken, and other per sons sustained iujuries more or less serious. Near Chattanooga, Tenn., two mnenibers of Col. Tattum's family were killed, and several other lives were also reported lost. Near Joysville, Ohio, 12 barns were destroyed, 4 horses were kill ed, and 3 persons were badly hurt. At...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 25 April 1884

P'astor l'ickens ('iri/. First t y at 1 :.1 . , 41 :111l at3 p . m. , at Atllicwn. Wiielay 1)fr igiIo'd Secoldlyl at1111-. <. , att Mt . clock, at Enslev. Iitt Sir*Iiy befol at 1 it in.. S1illY at I I t p. n., at Io v''. Cn at Secom1d~i Smulay, fuu.1r . ai t Piekeyat , t4 a.c i . mli. tBtlhm Third Sunday at. 11 :1. mIl.. Salem, and at 3 . 3 p . at Porte .'s Chapel. Satunlay before four at iday at to a. ll. at Un (iont e Folrth Siuay at 11 I. m, at Eashoole anti at3 ib n. at Zion. aptist Churjch--Rev. D. we oiott. First Suuday, 11 en. m. am 1 8 a. In., ard Satulay efore at 2 . m., at Easey S. C.Prayer mleet ing everly s 'TI i rsday aiht i Sumla School en<-h Sabbauth at .4 1. in. Seo"11:11 at G(.1111horb1 at 11 a u IIalm(ry bfore a 12 m . A Presbyterian chE s, Pickens C. II i at 3 .m Third Samldav at Cent ral at 11I a. ml.; Saturtday before, at 12 mIr. Foulth Sl'av at Liberty, s a. m. ---Li t of appintments for th An <ilSr Circ ilitt of M. 11. h :indei' - FAirvie w.il 4haath ...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 25 April 1884

Sad Heart, To Thee I Sing. As shower of rain to song of birds, As thorns to weary feet, As winter wind to auttumni leaves, As sickle to the wheat; So to the heart the hand of Grief, So to the eye the tear, When- Hope is dead aid not a rose To lay upon the bier. Asliies In a desert place, As stars hi leaden skies, As sleep comes to a weeplug child When angels kiss its eyes; So to the heart the still, small voice That whispers through the gloom: "Dead Hope, I say to thee aiie And make life's roses bloom !'' -Clarence T. Urmy. [Written for The Messenger.l LETTER FROM PEGGY S.-No. 2. PfCKENS CO., S. C. Mit EDITOR: Sence I writ you before everthing has bin at sixes and sevens at our house. Daddy's sick-not dangersome-fur he can quarrel yit an' I've allis heard that nobody ain't a gwine to die as long as they kin quarrel. Mamnmy calls it narvis that ails him, but that young doctor that boards over at Johnson's says he's got the new-ral-i-gy, an' must knock off smokin.' All the old wimmin ...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 25 April 1884

Out of Love and Out of Debt. th Of hIAppy len. the happiest yet .m Is he that's oit of love an1(1 debt, CO Who owes no kiss to wotmakilnd, Who has no dulln to craze his mtitd; With heart and thought an1d conscienec free N 'Where is the manti more blest than he ? mn "'Out of love ati (.t of debt, Motto none will C'er. regret. 'To all surrounding reconciled, th ie sleeps as sweetly as a child; di By neither love nor debt rdistress'd, en His dreams but glorify his rest. ie never dreads the morn to see, For days with (lays in peace agree. "Out of love and out of debt ," - ( Motto none will e'er regret, y g WIho's tad his share of debt anl love Knows what the peatce they rob hiin of: And, onee relieved of love amd debt, Ills slavery never can forget. No longer will lie hend t he knee, Bit sing the pmns of the free 'Out of love aInd out of <lebt.,, n' Motto none Will e'er regret. ki For all the bliss that love can give, There's more of woe vith love to live; IfIc plucks the perfect, th...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
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