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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 June 1912

- t black-tjrswht Ltfcr rtputetion of this old, rolio- for constipation, io- I liver trouble, to firm- It does not imiute ' wdirtnw. It to better than «i. or it woold not bo the to* . _.Uv#r P®wd*r, with o largor •ato than ell others combined. SOLD Dl TOWN ft Thru Denver Leavdfc South Texas at night. North Tex.it- next morning, Arrives Denver following evening Fred Harvey Meals enrnute Ask for our beautiful free l*>oklet — "A Colorado Summer" For further information see Ed. Mason* Agent The Roof of a House is as Important as the Foundation IF you uro building a house, }>ay a- milch attrution to the loof us t< the foundation. Hundreds of home- have been ruined by fi«ult> roofs. 1 have found that good tin makes the larst roof, and the be«t is Taylor' Target and Arrow Breed. Itefore yon e)ect u roof 1 wunt to talk the ro.,l proposition over to you. 1 am nevei to busy to estimate on roof*, or to tell why I am mi enthusiastic alsuit this durable tin. ADOLPH POLANSKY Phone 135...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 June 1912

5 v , « . t «P I !i "" mtk- P. J, Gre rg, left Tuesday to visit relatives. Jenkins has gone to to visit his daughter, W, Brown* ip m is the last day the for oounty offices gat their names on the official ballot. At the picnic Tuesday Alex Mol ver received a severe (all from a bicycle and dislocated his left wrist. Mr. Stanly, came up from . Somerville Tuesday and attend- meeting of the Odd Pel Uiat.night, «nd sprinkle a " A and *4*"""""(,|)e you want to be a goúthe fail to say a good r town and be a knockc at the best little town i you should be proud of it every opportunity ^ 'you are not satisfied with i lo move. more real estate chang- an Burleson county at than has been before THE BZST POSSESSION. The tnan's best possession is hia home. It is where his heart is, where bis wife dwells, and where bis little ohildren are those things that make them useful citizens. Home is the most stored place in all the world and it is hallowed and sanctified above everything else in all this wor...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 June 1912

T/;v UiWMtMM* t MNWWMMMfW iitiih ri u ■•■II M£ Our Rural Staff | Prairiedale Doings. To the Teachers, Trustee*, and Parents of Burleson County Scools. OOOKES POINT. r-l Tlic health of this <?o ft) iih unity, is pood, and everybody in good spirits, Itobt. Haddox and fnmily cif Hick*, visited 1 r. C. A. HliHrrilfs family last Stiudny, H. E. Draper and family has rmmilylitt our comu,unit/ a d wi(6i 8um,ay, j„ni, wh, moved to Rockdale. i \V>, ynur county school truv- | u>?s, have clarified the schools Our farmers are pushing farm l i Murieron county incompliance John Shernll and daughter Miss Lill.v, attended the com- mencement at the A. & M. Col Jege, the first of this week. A grand party at Joe Hnisler's, last Saturday night, was enjoyed by all wiiu attended it; the Bohemians do surely enjoy ,i social pi«rty. I don'? bin hip them foj it, I think it is itliout time for llie Oddfellows to sii\p us ¡mother "^^toafie'cne at Sh-uiy Grove, they sure^nave a splendid one Ia.si ye...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 June 1912

-"H -A boy's ftnd dub baa organized building permita lor the mouth of May LOOK AT WHAT WE OFFER YOD Austin—'Tha atate received f,721.07 from land aalea and } during (he month of May. Corpua Christi—A proposition hsap praaented to tbia city arad a modern gas plunk here ecet $100,000. Venue—A petition j calling for an election on a good roada bond inting to f7&£00. i Benito=Drainage Diatriot thife has voted a $460, issue to eonstálfeta 111 you should it every fyou are not sa : to move. chamber of istrumental : and boiler bolid car ooun- is oity on V. sf-1. jj á more in Burle than has b€~ _ increasing in valif^ on are advancing all the °Ity lee Cream F Trammel Nets Hoop Nets i ! w aS* It ú our claim that the Una* we handle ara Jtha but of their Itin and it U our constant endeavor to hare oM atock 'ifraplata that our customers may ilw#^ find exactly whatth^ Want; and they know from their past r^ajionsariót Utint at all tima* our price are right Our lino iiMMW o\ofy bü* we can buy an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 June 1912

Ml at the| date op- your on the I on your iper — comtf [ if behind. Burleson Covnty N*m/m Eaiabl Chronic In iH d I ~ I 4 ronaolldai cl boo /n«v iao y AIND NEIA/S-CHRONICLE U*dg*r Batai Conaolld Volumne XXVIII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, June 21, 1912 P Down Deep In Your Pocket i . the coins are aching for freedom. They exert an influence over you to be put inta circulation, and there is no temptation to spend money need- lessly when it is in the bank. Try it, start an account now with whatever surplus you have. Today is the time and this is the place. Call and see us. The First State Bank OF CALDWELL, TEXAS GUARANTEE FUND BANK No Other Business Than Banking Cotton Growers Organize. A local organization to be affiliated with the 80uthem Slates Cotton Corpora tion has been effected for liell County with W. W. Jiicoba of Temple as pres and A. W. Purrott of Holland aw secretary. It is understood that th9 organization has for its primary object the securing of 15«cant cotton. Arm B...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 June 1912

mm TOPICS. Nix and buby are relatives in llallas Milite Wotipna was a Houston the tint of the m rv •■* Mr*. E. 0. Jannett went to Temple Saturday to spend some ime with relatives. Mrs. J. T. Somerville (Clara Jarnefct) returned to Dallas Sat- urday after .visiting relatives bare. J.F.Cobb and wife have re- turned from an extended visit to Fort 8tockton and other points In Wast Texas. Joe Bass of Cameron, has ac- cepted a position an foreman in the Light and lee plant. Don't fail to hear the South- wesern University Quartette, at the opera house Wednesday night, June 20, admission 25 cents. Ifeii Edgar Simpson, R. S. Bowers, W. F. Sullivan, George L. Smith, Roy Kelly, Lee Broaddus and Joe Truax left Tuesday night lor the Colorado river to spend several days fishing and recre- ating. Mr. A- Eosenwasser, of the Rosenwasser db Co. firm, will leave Sunday for New York where he goes to purchase an extensive stock of fall merchandise for hi* lour large stores in Texas. The store in this ci...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 June 1912

I * wrftf JH Nineteenth Celebrationis. The colored people celebrated ^ } V't aV ¿i^emhfífcfctü ¡" i ' i« oounty Wednesday, though there * e alow rain falling moat, of the day. Over in Freed man town tnere wan a grand bnrbe sue, * u*e there #•* ^leniy^ nioely barbecued meats. «Consid- ering the wet day, there vaa a good attendance. Every tiling waa orderly. There waa plent \ of meat left over and the cele- bration wuh continued on Thurs- day. At Belltown in the western part of there comity the was a grand barbecue where they had plenty of ice cold drink*, ice cream, and rH!id two bun els of cold effervea oent, exhilerating amber colored liquid. There was a large crowd in attendance and every thing passed off qiwetely, the crowd •!nu4D¿ma (rood time. AtChHtfHimm they «imply had an o.d fashioned picnic which waa well attended. At the Newsom place in tl e Brazos IkíHoui th *re was a grane barliecue and bise hull game between the tenm on Newsom'^ place and th<> team from College st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 June 1912

1'1 f ' V"- Co. *t Caldwell. Texas, mall matter. vertlalns Rates 20c per Inch PER MONTH j following: number of Inchs must be to ubtaln thee monthly rate. flOc per Inch to *0 M 50c •« " to« 44 4Rc 44 44 40c 44 41 All advertising run until ordered out. readers five cents per line each n tion l'er Year $1.00 (Invariably in Adv&noS.) - THE PROUD MOTHER. Ü w • : "Come hither little Mary Ann," the doting mother said; I have about three quarts of jute to put up- on your head. I see the neighbors' daughters go to school fixed up so fine, and I won't have it said, my dear, that you are not in line; so let me kalsomine your face with pigments rich and rare, and put some red paint on your lips, and cook and curl your hair, and push you in a narrow skirt that shows your every curve, so you will get from rubbernecks the notice you deserve. And you must wear your snowy shoes that advertise youf feet, and eke the crazy hat that scares the horses on the street, for I won't have the neighbors sa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 June 1912

10 It. i ow,y "lyirinft a urge you la buying bs careful to gst tha gcouina— BU^-SSSkHT Liver Medicine The repuution of this old, — ble medicine, far constipation, in- digeation andI liver trouble, is firm- ly established. It does not imiute other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not ba the fa. vonte liver powder, with a larger than all others combined. SOLD XN TOWN Fa Thru Lciivi-. south Texas at flight. North Texas next morning, Arrive.s Denver following evening Fred H arvov Meals or* route As* f' r Hill' beautiful free booklet — "A C"|(.ra<i<> Summer" For further information see Ed. M ason, Agent S focal anb personal 1 I ii btjt it Thad Hule of Milano, visited relatives here tue tirar, of tbe week. Carroll Woinbleeaine up from Houston the first of the week to visit home folk ). HenVy Womble is home from • lie slate un i verity to spend vacation with home folkrf. t When in need of tin work cal on iirabow. Sheriff• Sal*. The State of Texas, I By \ c Born: to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 June 1912

rfüp died at the mother, Mrs. H. Id the Providence TuMday morning remain* were laid to iy afternoon at church, the funeral condueted by Broa4dha>. Wdt just twenty one laet Sunday and wa« iplary young man who hia genial and affable man- won for bim the love and of all with whom he came oontaot. Hi* mother and aiatera and four brothers Ive bim and to them the oomtuunity extends sym y. Republican Convention. i big Republican convention was called to order 18tli and the mighty fie between Taft and ivelt forces has been going since. Up to the time of to press no nomination had The big steam roll- fired, well oiled and by the ablest of the engineers, and Teddy to be in a position i he is liable to get mashed, Ma forces ¿get out of the It is thé biggest and i convention in the history party and the outcome is with eagerness all over try. i i i — was held Wednesday i a meeting of the school' at which Miss i^ena Ed i of Denton, was elected as • to fill th-j one vacancy faculty. ... n*t We...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 June 1912

■Zg'f- , imiMiHftñMWWIWWWWí 'AMMMMMMM "" ... «« nmummu'ii ' Tlflff^TiWiTr • C TWirm , , , r.it rrr-Vn" rTrffrfr^flnr. . rnnnvrn • ■ T Canter Point Pickups. «•" "Tlie rain WonJtly nitfht will finish making moat of the corn in our Ki'ction of the country. We have roasting ears in iiImiu- d&nee now, nd when the man.v candidal come around to shake hand* with the horny handed brethren in this community, we cau give them plenty of rotitting ears to eat, Mrs. Diok Baten came over from Lndimtter ami spent Sun day with her sister, Al ra. Hugh I'orter. Mrs. T. W. Parkhill visited Mrs. Murtindalfe Monday. Mr#. A. G. Gray and daughter. Mrs. Kd Harber from Caldwell, spent Monday with Mrs. Hugh Porter. W'imldi* Mel ver .passed through i(l|l(l-J^ur herg Monday afternoon en rout* ly Ho(¿g % J. R. Mosfcs spent Sunday here B. A Porter and daughter, Miss I ni -1 spent, Sunday in ("aid- well with the family of C. A Bain. .1 .lureak and family went to the city Saturday by automobile. A parly from li...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 June 1912

Prosa! m SU J co ra- the 1850,- bond issue of Oklahoma & Gulf Company. The bonds oover the cost of con- of the ten mile line to the state line, been in operation sinoe i of October, 1910, Llano—Northern capitalists in mining the de- iof Asbestos which is locat- land adjacent to Crab- Crsek near hers. Work i sinking shafts and ereoting will stsrt at once. Texarkana—The Tsxarkana of trade is taking an re part in arranging for an i ral show and display to held here some time in Oc- or November. Prelimin* steps hsve been taken to > the event an assured sue- snd it is the intention of the [risers to hold the fair year- Angeleton—The automobile of this city have organ- to assist in the good roailp lent and will start on a smatic inspection of all the highways lending into Angleton Waxahachie—A- bond issue of $P@,000 han been voted on in ibis city, the proceeds to be used in paving the city streets. Dallas—The chamber of com- merce is arranging for the lar- gest trades excursion to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 June 1912

date 1 up. your on the on your F< iW* if behind. C * 1 "*■■" * UUI I ■>■ ««■; mm nwm *> mw. *.v rxr*r- «Mil I >■ I I HUMÉ nS v90t *trr w* - 't art „>t B;>.X yn*ivZ #«0 ■ . -r; t f EVVSCHROINIGLE Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, June aS, 191a r N*iv« Establlahfd I Chronlola * I Volumne XXVIII I ? ■ ■ Down Deep In Your Pocket the coins are aching for freedom. They exert an influence over you to be put into circulation, and there is no temptation to spend money need- lessly when it is in the bank. Try it, start an account now with whatever surplus you have. Today is the time and this is the place. Call and see us. The First State Bank OF CALDWELL, TEXAS GUARANTEE FUND BANK No Other Business Than Banking Confederal* Veteran Dead. 8. W. Faulkner died Saturday; afternoon in the home for Con federate Veterans at Aunt in, and the retflains were shipped to Chriesman where they were laid to rest Sunday afternoon, the- Toilet Articles | btirial was with Masonic honors, he be...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 June 1912

Spp::; «Mí last dsjs of aiy, Mrs .J do. Thornton Issson and prayer, i latter days, Miss Nell results of Daiel's exem ife, Miss Vlasta Fojt. talk by the leader. Quartette, seleoted, Misses Heslep and Hundley, Messrs. Puck worth and Matejka, Benediction. Spend the hour between 6 and 6 Sunday afternoon with the young people. You will enjoy it. Neal-C&lvin. A K Tuesday evening at the reai- leneeof Mrs. L. T. Calvin there was a beautiful home wed* when Rev. J. A. Mclver d in marriage her lovely Miss Lillian, and Mr. ft. A. Neal. It was a quiet home wedding bone being present ex- cept some of the nearest relatives and friends of the bride and groom. It is stating a fact very mildly to say the bride is one of 4becounty'8 beautiful and eaosi f, «harming young ladies with the respeot and admiration of every who knows her, while the is an excellent young man of Lorena where left that same night to make their future home. Ml •!* Tunis Topics. pf Probably the man who can claim the greatest ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 June 1912

■M V* > i Eitertained. J| mmmmmmm . Seldom have the young people *%M?gldvfSfl enjoyed so delight lul an evening ae tbat spent at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Oilley on Friday June 21st. The occassion was a reception in honor of 8taniey Womble, recer.t- ly graduated from the Naval Aoademy at Anuapolis. The scene within betokened loyalty, taste and hospitality, Festoons of red, white and bluegraoefully adorned the specious hall and parlor which were furthur at- tractive by deooratious of small United Stated flags. About the punoh bowl, graciously presided over by Miss Mollie Jim Gilley, was suspended a large Navy pennant, indicative of the insti- tution represented by the guest of evening. inversion was afford- ed l y Inntern views of numerous interesting pictures displayed by one t)i t he voung hos*. 8trainsof lively music were contributed by Miss Lillian Wotipka at the piano While ten tables of young people indulsreii in merry conversation and exciting games of progress- ive "r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 June 1912

\ ' " " \ , r fM £3* MlinfTH, The following number nf Inch Med weekly to obtain thee monthly rale* *!04¿4neb -r rm ~r n-i0c W lBch im6 •' «•* fiOo .♦* i4 3D to 80 *• 4Se " " ►* ^ • V !' ^ advertising fun until ordered ont. Local readers ttve cento per Um each Insertion Subscription Per Year fl 00 (Invariably in Advance.) Make Texas Blossom as the Rose. |ia;Vrr ft i' -4* * p % I HI I I , lite i • '■ The future of Texas agriculture should not he crippled by mistakes of the «present. We must set our mark high and conserve our energy to advance every material interest of the State. This is a goodly land and our possibilities are many. We should not minimize their impor- tance by withholding of forts that will be required to utilize them. The eyes of the world are fastened on Texas. They beam from a mil- lion souls who long to join us in the enjoyment of wholesome laws, our varied opportunities and Our genial climate. Our faith in our destiny should be shown by the public spirit of our c...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 June 1912

m , * '*|u t* m Th* MpMadM of thla «y, nH . It la better than waoM not b« t|M fc> Itrw powder, witb • largar ion «U other* combinad. DHOWM pa B. F. Delameter, Jr., returned Saturday from the United States Military Academy at'Went Point, where he graduated with honor this month. He it? home on a fur lough for ninety days. He will be axaigued to duty about the middle of n -xt month ami will report for duty ninety days from June I2'h. Rev. ){. A Horroygha, Presid- ing Rider of tue Br.-nham Dis- triot of the Methodist I'hurch camp up from Bren ham Friday to luok after the welfare of his ehorge in this county lie held •quarterly eonferenc at the •church here Monday iimljill re- ports made showed the church to be in a flourishing condition financially mid otherwise. Mm. W W. Rankin returned the last of last week from an ex- tended visit' tt relatives in Hunlsville, Bedims and Shiro. Oat your ImtUe mo(Iu water at the Sanitary Bottling Works. Sheriffs Sale. The State of T<exa , I Uy v...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 June 1912

r r. IWB TOPIC . J : fUv. J. W. Go wlwin left the of the week to vbil hi in Uudale. W I?1 I®? • K'l ' 0\ Wiy: * sgj J. W- Qoodin nnd child* who have bean visiting rtla- Nacogdoches have gone Llodale where they will join iv. Goodwin befoie he returns. rae wh •win VW. W. Rankin, 'Jease Garret*, Warren Sullivan, W. B. 8atter <white were among Home of tfooee 'who attended the barbecue a JLorone Tuesday. "L, W. Henslee and wife took in the barbecue at Lyon* sod visited relative . Miss Carrie Rice of Newport, Kentucky, lias arrived to spend several weeks with Miss Laurindn lindel. "FoR Sale—My res'dence with two acres of land in South (.'aid '«rell. Apply to Mrs. Eugenia Bardt or W. W. Rankin. Mrs. C. K. Neal returned to iCferallft Tuesday after spending a week with the family of ber «father W. T. Worn ble. ifiaaLaura Wilkinsonof Lyons, lathe guest of Miss Lottie Hugh C. C. Nelms and W. O. Addi spent two or three days in ♦Gatesville on business this week Mrsj Mary Loeh-* is visiting re...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 June 1912

«i Our Rural Staff ited relutives here Saturday. b o Charine. OOOKS8 POINT. We have a railroad camp on Brewer Vt Hill and the hand* are clearing the timber off the right of way; we expect the graders to commence work at this eud of the line noon. J. W. Sherrill lost a tine |150 horse l Ht week. The animal died with pneumouia. C. M. Mitchell and family vis ited in Bryan last Saturday and Sunday. Will Mitchell of lite Bruzo* bottom whs a visi or to thia community Sunday. Dr. 0. A. Sherrill'* wife and K. A. Sherrill's children visited the fHinily of T. P. Hall in Bru- jios county last week. Y. C. Watson ami family nf Jif.yao, were visitors hare la*t week. Mr. lid i tor you ouirlit to Iihv - been with me hist Sunday, for tve had plenty of fri. d chicken for breakfast, stewed chicken for dinner and a sapper a? good as both of these. Some ma? think that because 1 have m> much to say about eating, picnics and barbeoaes, that 1 ja«t live to eat but 1 don't eat to live; if I did I'd cut o...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 June 1912

-OTPT - iwaE I«Sré-wr: - e-.siaaar.*, a •••— ^awf^s^s'-japft Womaok was a Soroer- i visitor here Haturday. if C. Johnston sod family the weak in Bryan with Ml*. 1 r.*« Lizzie Porter and d&ugh- Nannie, «pent the week Arnold with relativos. Misa Maude Jamss is in Dallas iking a apeeisl course otad* Study in the Conservatory to. ' v ! J> n—3*9 peer lift 6 noith an spend three weeks or a seleoting a etoek of goods i. Annie Kraitchar a ltd Ella and Mary Kraitchar 8unday for Marlin where . Kraitchar will spend some lor her health. LHa Blsok and Edith >ldridge spent a few dáys relative* in Chriesman last Eagsdale has had tibe home recently bought by raised and otherwise re- ieied addiag much to its ap- ranee and comfort. « f* the Sanitary Bottling ), Alford's, for good seda fefgiHiiiiisrErafsa LOOK AT im ¿ t and it ¡ know f righL 4- Oriole m OFFER art the best of their kind, have our stock so replete that ly what they Want; and they us that at all times our prices wiry best we ca...

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