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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 13 April 1899

iNEW 4 * 4 ? 4 ? Our stock of Dry Goods , Shoei , 43 4 ? Hats , Caps , Trunks , Valises , Clothing 2 * 4 ? 4 * ing and Gents Furnishings has been 4 ? O * 4 ? replenished throughout and we now * 3 4 ? hare iome of the best values ever * ? 4 ? offered for the money. 49 4 * Get our prices on Groceries- ft 4 ? ftft 41 ftft 41 ftft 4 * ftft * 4 4 * ? RED FRONT ftft ftft ftft ft ftft 4 * ftft VALENTINE NEBRASKA ftft ? Of tinware and small hardware are our specialty , and on them we make prices that simply cannot be beaten. All goods new and of the first quality. Let us show you what we have to offei'j whether you buy or not. Another of our specialties is the making of picture frames , and for that purpose we carry in stock a fine line of mouldings. See our spring mattresses. A. M. MOKRISSEY O - trO - ATTORNEY AT LAW O - rO VALENTINE , NEB rYR.O.R. JACKSON DENTIST Office over T. C. Hornby's store Stairway on wrest side Operations as nearly painless as possible. I M. RICE I REPRESENTS THE I...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 13 April 1899

Metzger Bros. , I'ullinan Neb Cherry Co. Brand on Jell * ide aiu ; thigh Earmark , sq.iare erop right ear Mutt hern branded cattle have hut one "half dian. ! - . < ! ( . ' on left Side I Native t-r.JIic have , , . tliroai wall Ji- ' Knncc on ( loruon and Snake creeks Horses have same brand on left thigh A Ileicnnl of $ U5O will be paid to am pei-son for information leading to tinarre.st and final conviction of any person or persons steal- I ng cattle with above braml T S HOUSCIIK rostofficc address Brownlee , Nebf ' On left side or any part of animal. Ear mark right ear cut off ; horses branded same on left IMp.AIso has stock branded II oniiide or shoulder. erJKnrWorO VL , or O or FZ. Also tli > - following , f lie first on < njr on s-de aim Jiip LSK AND SONS PostofHoeaddret- Bronrulee Nt b On right sido. eLK LK on wmt * SK < - s.Lw I.KK on h uortL . 2 lo mile * GEO HIGGINS Postoffice address Brownlee , Neb Branded on left side ; some II Mde and thigh- MR thighan anon - ...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 13 April 1899

ROBKIiF I IIINES address Cody , Nebraska on left side ; horses same left ghoul der JJanje on Snake south of Codv. ALOKZO HEATH Postoflice address Cody , Nebmsl On left side ; horses Isftshoulder Range norm Cmcimb Lake S A WINSLOW Fostoffice address Cody , Nebraska nrumlcd on either aide ; horses sara" 011 left Bhoulder . northeast Rango-3-ini. - east of Eli and sou Mi of Niolirara river , KJ- mi southwest of Cody A C R1EMENSCIINEIDEU . MKa k. Fostoffice address Cody. Nebrasl < * * ? On right side ; also en right should 0-ty silicon Jaw. 3 I A alsoi < \ r r n leit hn ; JRang- Old Po Ranch on Nmbra A D COLE Postoflice address Cody , Nebraska Same as on cut , left side and shoulder. Rangeeastand south- and west of Cody ClIAS- ROBERTS Postofflee address Cody , Nebrask On either side so ic It K K ; bom K K 11 Range Kort Invest c Cody FRANK J. JONES Postoffice address CodyNebrat-ka On right side ; horses ses same on left Bhoulder Range , eight miles west of Cody CHARLES GARTSIDE Pos...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 13 April 1899

W. B. alcGAA. ( Jreston , S. B. Left or either side of cattlealso ; Vleft side of neck. Swal low fork rij-ht car , underbit left ; right ear nnbbcd off ; m- derbitlefcar Some on left jaw and some wattle left jaw Other brands left side or ny part of animal. left side or any partof animil. Some branded the following , lelt Also some cattle bearing the follow- 1ns ; brands : Alelt - thi ° l' Side ° r slloulderlelt hip or On left side left norse brands ai | slioul lows der me icu leit iiip or thigh thigh thigh , or thigh , hip. Anyone selhnghorses or cattle bearing the above brands will be prosecuted. Information regarding theft liberally rewarded , Range at Harney Springs and Cottonwood. HERBERT O. TJISONETTE. MANAGER. I'ostoffice address Pine Ridge. S. D. Cattl branded as on cut , HO55 on left side ; somemsitljon eitherside : Some on left side ; some older stock , .any where on animal. Horses Ei Some onlefthip Range- Seven miles northeast anywhere on rinht side east of rine Ridge , in...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 13 April 1899

AFTER THE WEDDING. i A WOMAN registers every slight- Lest variation in the barometer * - - -of the affections. She finds dark reasons for the faintest inapprecia ble change in the atmosphere of her paradise , and she often imputes to waning affection what is much more probably due to preoccupation , weari ness or indigestion. Thus tortured by doubts and fears , she will begin to fancy herself unhappy , and to wonder wistfully if he lyis ceased to love her. And a little later ( as he knows not what lc in her heart and makes no effort to reassure her ) she may stiffen with wounded pride and hide her pain under an assumption of exaggerated indifference. This will hurt him a lit- tie , perhaps , or more likely puzzle him , but il will certainly torture her. She may in a passionate outburst reveal all the bitterness she feels , and heap reproaches preaches upon him , which will cause lii in to wonder anew at the strange ways of women , and will also bore him unspeakably , and probably co...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 13 April 1899

WILL OSES PE-RU-NA FOR CATARRH OF THE STOMACH. THE FRANCES WILLARD HOSPITAL , CHICAGO , ILL. Miss Georgiana Dean was for throe years missionary in Liberia under the M. E. Church from the training school in Chicago. After her return she studied nursing , graduating from the present Frances E. "Willard National Temperance Hospital of Chicago. She is an enthusi astic friend of Pe-ru-na is - - , as evident from the-following letter : Chicago , 111. , Jan. 20 , 1S99. Pe-ru-na Drug M'fg Co. , Columbus , O. : Gentlemen You will be glad to know of the happy results obtained from the use of Pe-ru-na among the patients under my care whenever prescribed by the phy- HANNIBAL HAMLIN , And How He Won the Name of "The Carthaginian of JIuinc. " Among the many stories of Hamliu's early experiences in the Maine Legisla ture none is more animated than his tilt with John Holmes , interesting , be sides , because it gives the origin of "The Carthaginian of Maine , " a name that stuck to Ilamlin through ...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 13 April 1899

FAIR TO FILIPINOS. PURPOSE OF UNITED STATES IS SET FORTH. Proclamation Issued by the American Commissioners Promises Home Kule , Religions jrrcedonii Justice nml Friendship -Agninuldo Quits Lmzora The United States Philippine commis sion Tuesday issued a proL-lauintion at Manila containing 1,500 words to the in habitants of the islands. The i > : ii > er , which was prepared by President Schur- itc rnann of the commission , outlines the re * , , sponsibilities of the United States in the Philippines , and states that the object of the American Government is to elevate the Philippine people. The hostilities UOAV prevailing are de plored and are attributed to the Filipinos misunderstanding the purposes of the United Suites. The commission asks the co-operation of the people for the estab lishment of n better understanding and invites attention to the following regulat ing principles by which the United States may be guided : Conditions Clearly Defined. 1. American supremacy must...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 20 April 1899

" ' * ( * " f4 - ( iv- 4 * NEWS-DEMOCRAT w VOLUME XIV. VALENTINE , NEBRASKA , APEIL 20 , 1899. NUMBER IB. LATEST NEW3 FROM EVERY LEE AFTER RAIDERS -AMERICAN TROOPS WILL PUN ISH CUBAN BANDITS. Military Authorities Recognize the Necessity of Making Prompt Ex amples of Offenders Half Million Dollar Fire at Cleveland , Ohio. To Make Examples of Them. HAVANA : The detachment of the Sev enth Cavalry Avhich AVUS sent after the bjwidits by Maj. Gen. Lee into the districts they have been terrorizing returned from the hunt , with the exception of the detach ment under Capt. Yarnum. They report thai they found no raiders , and no traces of any. Lieut Galdwell Avith half a troop , searched the Toledo cane fields , into Avhich a trail led , but nobody Avas found. The United States military authorities now recognize the necessity of action , and ol making prompt examples of offenders of this nature. Their depredations have been carried on in close proximity to the Ameri can troops , and if the ou...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 20 April 1899

DEMOCRATIC DUTY. 'Day by day it is becoming evide that tlie rank and file of the Repi lican party are prepared , complacent and blindly , to follow their leaders the support of trusts. Here is one of their recent utterance "Those who oppose trusts are simp getting in the way of 'the car of pro ress. ' Trusts are the natural outgrow of our advanced civilization. They Ic sen the cost of production and put tl necessaries of life within reach of tl poor. The trusts are big , but this is tl era of big things. The day of sms things has passed. The men who a whining because they are about to 1 driven out of business by the trus will make more money and have .1 easier time working for these trus than ever before. " When men drift into the condition ( mind to voice such sentiments or to ai s prove of them they are ripe for sel dom. They already have passed tl prerequisite of pusillanimous servilit and there only remains to be brande on their backs the ownership mark c some trust to make them...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 20 April 1899

THE FARM AND HOME. 'MATTERS OF1NTERESTTO FARMER - ER AND HOUSEWIFE. "Bit ? Head" in Horses , an Insidious Disease which Baffles Veterinary Kx- perts How to Keep Fresh Meats SweetCreameay vs. Dairy Butter. It is well to know that no cases of -"big head" have appeared in this coun try among the many thousands of horses brought in from America , says tlie London Live Stock Journal. This oiosf insidious disease the origin and treatment of which have baflled the - most eminent practitioners to discover was first encountered in the neigh borhood of New York , Staten Island and New Jersey being particularly un fortunate in possessing cases. Wheth- ' cr it be contagious or not is doubtful , but the probability is that it is so , There is no pain or serious incon- - yenieuce to the sufferer beyond a dull ness and loss of appetite , the chief symptoms being an enormous increase - of size and swelling between the muzzle - - zle and eyes on the top of the face , and this is accompanied by const...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 20 April 1899

WILLIAM A. ALLMAN. 'Postcfflce address Pine Ridge , S. D. On bide and hip Horses on right shoulder Range-Woll Creek ALBERT LAMB. Postoffice address Allen , S. D. Cattle same as on cut ; horses on left hip came as cattle on left houldcr Range Bear Creek WILLIAM PROVOST. Postofflce address Albany , Neb. Onrightslde ; hors es left shoulder Range Head of Stinking Water FRANK SALWAY , JR. Postoffice address Allen , S. D. As on cut ; also SS left hip : half top circle FS on left side ; also on left side Horses J left hip Range Corn Creek CHARLES RICHARD , SR. Postofflce address Porcupine , S. D. On left sldejhorscs same without bar. on left shoulder. Range Porcupine District. CHARLES CUNY , address Manderson S. D. On left side Also clear Around both hips like a breeching har ness. Horses as cut on left thigh-.counter brandy ; right over theT HENRY JONES , Postofflce address Manderson , S. D. On left side Horses same on left shoulder Range Wounded Knee Creek. CHAS TWISS. rostoffice address...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 20 April 1899

FLATO COMMISSION COMPANY. LIVE STOCK 8t LESFvlFN AND BROKE- Director * : Mnlcsnicn : F. W. FLATO , Ju , Pu-sidem. ILD. II. Hum I , , _ , PAUL FLATO , VicePn sidiMit. JIM S. IIoitxc"uK' } ! fc l"n < 7.0 DA \\.rwivlJirv. . E. W. CAIJOAV , U < * n Ic ma11 JOHN U > KiT35. I Iron llm iicocic , shop * Ki > . H. HIKI > , JOHN P CLAUY , Cashier SOUTH OMAHA , NEBRASKA Correspondents : DRUM-FLATO COMMISSION COMPANY Capital $500,000.00. " CHICAGO. KANSAS CITY. T. LOUIS EXCHANGE RESTAURANT. OL'EX D-\Y AND XIGUT. E. T. MILLED , Proprietor. LODGING FOlTsTOCKMEN 4U NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS- 282 Three Doors N From STREET Corner , South Omaha. RATES : $1.00 to § 1.50 Per Day. Telopbone No. 67 85.00 to 87.00 Per \Ve k. R H H OTEL. MRS. JOHN REED , Proprietress. STOCKMEN'S PATRONA&E ESPECIALLY SOLICITED , ' 5tht. . B Uv8G.i \ ind H St-aets. Scatli Omaha , Nebr A Few Facts For Cattle tiers. ft IJJH the i > uit that Stands at top as a market for Range Feeders Von can satisfy yourself ...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 20 April 1899

49 Onr stock of Dry Goods , Slices , it * 49 Hats , Caps , Trunks , Valises , Clothing - 49 i & ing and Gents Furnishings has been 49 replenished throughout and we now 4 ? 49 hnve borne of the best values ever 49 offered for the money. 49 4 ? Get our prices on Groceries- ftfr & * 49 49 4 ? 4 ? 49 49 49 49 RED FRONT 2 * 49 49 49 VALENTINE NEBRASKA mum Of tinware and small hardware are our specialty , and on them we make prices that simply cannot be beaten. All goods new and of the lirst quality. Let us show you what we have to offer , whether you buy or not. Another of our specialties is the making of picture frames , and for that purpose we carry in stock a fine line of mouldings. See our spring mattresses. " A. M. MOKittSSEiY O -tr- < > ATTORNEY AT LAW VALENTINE , NEB QR-O.R. JACKSON DENTIST Office over T. C. Hornby's store Stairway on tvest side Operations as nearly painless as possible. , | I M. RICE L : | , REPRESENTS THE j | PAEMEKS1 MUTUAL and NEBEASKA MEEOANTILE...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 20 April 1899

Bros. , I'uilinan Neb Cilery Co. Hramt on left i-ide UIK thigh HiirmarK , s I rim1 j . have lfii < oiic liili"limr.iuiid K" on i'elt ' side Native cattle have Jtatiee on Cordon and Snake Creeks ' Horses have same brand on left thigh A Jtrtraul of $ i 5 will be i-aid to ; tm prr-on for ii.formatior , 1. ading in tinai re i : ; tli nnal conviction of an > person or persuiis < te.i' ing cattle with above brand KDWAKD BAD HAIR rostoffice Address Allen S I ) On left sliouldor and baron aide ; bor.se * same on thigh Range-Boar T J ASHItUltF I'osfoince addre.s Valentino , Neb Branded on right side ; horses same Kange-iomileseast of Valentine < -n the Niobrara Joseph W. Bownet r. O. address Merrinian , Nebr. Right , ear cropped Hole in center of left ear Itange Lake creek S. U. Joe \nomlniv Cody , Nebraska Left side. Left ear cropped. j V on left shoulder oj t horses. j I Charles Benard Koscbud S. D. Range-Rig Whiu and JJad Rivers Charles C. Tackett Koselni'l. * . D. IJange head...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 20 April 1899

WESTERN NEWS-DEMOGHAT . Farm ainl rtfork RO85KKT Valentine , ALONZO HEATH P" stofllce address Cody , Nebrask On left side ; horses Ijft.shoudcr ! Range norin o Cute > nil Lake S A WINbLOW Fostoffico address Cody , Nebraska1 Branded on either 6ldl , uOlbCa Slim O left shoulder Range 3-mi north , past of Kli and south of Niobraramer , 13- mi southwestofCodj RIEMENSCHNEIDER 'Postoftlce ' address O'vdv. Nebrask : On right side ; alsoX < n rirrht shoulder : n I ' > on jaw. ! ? I on It-It hil > also'J 01 . ' - Poor Ranch on Niobtai : A D COLE Postoffice address < "ody.HnasU Same as on ci5i i t side and shouldci Knnge east and south and \\est of Cod CIIAS- ROBERTS 1'ostoffice address Cody. NeljRisKn On either side , so i e U E K ; some c i : K liau e.sorlhestoi ody PRANK .T. JONES PostofficeaddriFs Cody.Nebrat-ka ! On light side ; horses ses same on left shoulder Rauge. eight miles west of Cody CHARLES GART3IDE Postoffiee address Cody , Neb . I t hijf I . Hi IK ! l < ( t ...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 20 April 1899

W. D. alcGAA. ( Jrcston , S. D. Left or cltlicr side of cattlealso V left hidc'ii nrrk. Swal low fork ri , ht ear , uuderbit loll ; right car nubbed off : im- cli-rbit ! pf oir Koine on left jaw and some wattle left jaw Ot ! r-r brands left pidior any part of animal. B TJSJ > ctt siJuor anv part of aniiiial , the follow in , : . left Also some -.ti'e bearing the follow ing brands : Alelt - ' - , X left s .Ie -slioii-uii , \ \ le.t hij > lefl Horse branc- ! > shou ! lows der lull l < II It'll lull lll | ) or thigh thigh tlih. : or thigh , hip. Anj-one s'll.ng horses or cattle bearing the above brands will be prosecuted. Information regarding theit liberally lewarded. Range ut uarney sprues and Cottouwood. HKRHER'l O. BISONETTIC. MANAGER. Posl office address Pme Ridge. S. I ) Cattl1 branded as on t , 51 OB onjcft side ; soineUVJT eithersidc : Some on left side ; some older stock. .anywhere ou 3 niiimal. Horses E II aSP I onlefthip nangcSen on n.iles . nori'h- r.T\VKi \ ? °...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 20 April 1899

FOOLISH GIRLS. HETTY girls often seem to take P special pains to impress upon us J- their utter ignorance of all do mestic matters , except such ornamental details as the arrangement of the flow ers , or the making of dainty embroid eries , etc. , for the adornment of the house. By some curious mental proc ess they seem to have arrived at the conclusion that the best way of getting a husband is to show how utterly in capable they are of being good house wives , and thus making a man's home happy and comfortable to him. Showy accomplishments alone may attract some men , but not the best of them , and the girl who wishes to be happily married should remember that a sensible man looks upon his wife as his business partner a loved one , it is rtrue , but a business partner none the loss and Uiat her part is to make the house as pleasant and as ch inning as possible with the money he provides for Hie purpose. There is small encouragement to a husband to work and save , if by her careless...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 20 April 1899

ft Any Girl Can ie A physician v/ho makes i'ne test and is honest about it can tell you that , in many casestne number of red corpuscles in the blood is doubled after a course of treatment v/ith Dr. Williams' PmK Pills For Pale People. That this means good blood , may not be entirely clear from the doctor's statement , but any J girl v/ho has tried the pills can tell you that it means red lips , bright eyes , good appetite , absence o ? ' headache , and that it trans forms the pale and sallow girl into a maiden v/ho glows with the beauty which perfect health alone can give. Mothers whose daughters gTcm debilitated as they pass from girlhood into womanhood should not neglect the pill best adapted for this particular ill. w. Frank B. Trout , of 103 Griswold Ave. , Detroit , Mich. , says : "At the nge of fourteen we had to lake our daughter from school on account of ill health. She weighed only 90 pounds , was pale and sallow and the doctors said she had anzcmia. Finally we gave her Dr...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 20 April 1899

I MY SHBSTITUTG , K wasn't really what Is known in military parlance -L- - * - as a substitute , but I always regarded him as such. A notice was tacked up : it the foot of the steps lead- lug to the little hall in Kingston. The L crooked characters , laboriously formed , proclaimed to the world that a com pany would be formed on a certain night. Without any previous intention whatever of being present at the meet ing. I strolled to the village that even- lug and mechanically ascended the steps : nof that 1 had any intention of enrolling none in the world. Kate and I had lhn married but three months , and I kn-\v ; it would break her heart it' I left her then. And , besides , my profession required my constant atten tion. If things had been so I could have gon" I would have been among the first to put down my name I guess I -vouW. Still , impelled by some mar velous fascination , I wandered in. My _ > old friend Troutman , a fellow whom I had tolerated with a sort of patroniz ing ...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 27 April 1899

WESTERN NEWS-DEMOCRAT. VOLUME XIV. VALENTINE , NEBRASKA , APRIL 27 , 1899. NUMBER 14. THIS WIDE WORLD - i INTELLIGENCE FROM ALL PARTS. STOTSENBERG FALLS FIRST NEBRASKA'S COMMAND ER SLAIN BY FILIPINOS. Sharp Engagement at Quingua , with Severe Loss Filipinos Are Driven Back , but Their Lioss Is Not Great Seven Americans Killed. Col. Stotscnberg Killed. M In an encounter with the Filipinos Sun day near Quingua , about four miles north east of Malolos , seven Americans were killed and forty-four wounded. The fol lowing were killed : COL. JOHN M. STOTSEXBEIIG of the First Xebraska Ileginient. LIEUT. SISSOX ( perhaps Lieut. Aug ust C. Xisson ) of the same regiment. TWO PRIVATES of the Xebraska reg iment. THREE PRIVATES of the Fourth Cavalry. Most of the wounded belong to the First Xebraska Hegiment. The Filipinos re treated with small loss. The engagement developed into a dis astrous though successful fight. The in surgents had a horseshoe trench , about a mile long , encircling a rice f...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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