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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 19 November 1908

Newm of h.N.A.. 143Ia -0 Reunion of Orr's es; Abbeville, .Special.---The survivor& f Orr's regiment held their annual eunion here Friday. The aseeting ad been postponed because of the luess of Gen. R1. R. Hemphill, pres dent of the association, hoping that ie would be able to attend, but his ondition did not warrant him ven .uring out. Capt. W. F. McGill, of kuderson, first vice-president, pre -ided an( introduced the various ipeakerq. The muetii4t was held in the opera ouse, whieh was packed. The child -en of the grded school and the vet rans all mairelied through the square ,o the opera house in a body about 100 veteran-i and 400 children being n line. Music was furnished by .a -!voir of 21 voices got up for the W'CasIlon. Gen. M. L. Bonliam made a very fine address indeed in his usual happy style. Gen. Bonham belongs to Abbeville and he -is always given a warm welcome when he comes here for any oecasion. At the con-lusion of the meeting Dr. Harrison on behalf of Abbeville inv...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 19 November 1908

AN IELOQUENT SUNQAY- SERMON BY, THE REV. MERLE A. BREED. Theme:Realiing the Pattea. Lincoln, 1Xeb.-The Aev. Merle A. Ureed, who recsntly Ohtered Vpop the fifth year of his pastorate bf the Con gregational Church at Montieallo, Iowa, 6oupied the pulpit of the First 0ongregational Church of .thi City Suiday. morning. He spoke troin He brews 8:5: "See, saith he, that thou Make all things according to the pat trni that was shewed thee in the Xount," taking -the subject, "The Pattern in the M4?nt,: thw Building en the Plaf." rt. Breed said in the Vourse of his sermon: - Our text, w1hich is a,quotation from 1xdus 25:40, sets. before us a pic ture as Interestibg as it is suggestive. The hosts *f Israel have been waiting long before Mount Sinai. Their lead er. Moses, is hidden in the cloud capped, fire-riven summit in com Manton with Jehovah. While the people are waiting in the plain, he has gone forth to the mountain's tow ering peak to be with God, to hear lift will for them and for himse...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 19 November 1908

want bue bought q- -t 3 . get low prxe We can re good Line 1 in-que It" but Thanksgiving y sar and finds us prepared to ride the tidal Wave of it r ced for Thariksgiving buying and countless new d dIepalrtmlent daily--don't fail to examine our '475 ai and iiovej creations as well as sonle of our very expet 1Te ing' Dresses, Suits, Cloaks Constant ly prescenIts tho busieKt scene in the to cmp0 ri son with the astern market. To~() i u1te the (loak 1anying, the season ing 100 all-wool Korsey Cloaks, all colors, i included. oro S S Out For usines IS is he time of year when trade is dull and Ithere is not m?uch buying and selling, but we do(1 not knowv dull~ days. Our goods'and our fatw 1t prices are two .things that help to keep our trade up.' C n SlVe yi Our goods are the very .est that can be ~ought at W e llaven , all, andl our- prices areas1low as ths.a. od h }. ~can be legitimately sold at.: , hm~'i * . ) Come and O R entir~e line is cletejJ~L--no~ broken lots- . et y4 I and weC ca...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 19 November 1908

ag a. a tLnsu s kv Of. LO8 Thq Balebe i cho 'com men6s Mon4y, -h inStiI, witb Miss iene-HenrJcks as teacher Miss -,r Ienneey, of Green ville, is s endink a, time witb her -frien. Miss Cassie Bolt, in Pickens. Wsda,nes J. 1". Stewart and Emma Major, - of- Pickens, vis ited friends and relatives in An derson last week. A properous farmer fro'm dui county, living at the very fool of 'the mountains, tells us that ho-can raise nearly two-bales of cotton per acre. Cotton seed is being hauleO from all over the cou.1m1 vto the Pickens market, the prices here being higher than at othei points. J. T. Richey of Pickens, left Monday for Chnrveston, whe(r. he goes to attend. a leeting of the ShrinC now li 01 ession in that city. More cotton hvas boe'An weighed at Pickens tis year than' wav weighcd up to Qhir time lnst year. A good'. dal i m -torod in the cotton mill A""are' honse.. The installItion o ofcf-f! of the Epworth Leagm. i cl* the Methodit church1 11 in~ ikern last Salath iight, was ver...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 19 November 1908

A SATISFACTORT 091dINA1 -kes' of no farm wor So- 1tj We -as the breeding and feedIiik.'of swa'*n connection with the produo a %of cream and raising of fruit, a farmer in the' Agriculturist. ' turn our brood sows into an ard of about four acres in the rlag and fed them half rations of milk, middlings and bran. This ps them rugged and thrifty, and e pigs grow likewise. The trees look line, and we get a good crop every year. DTPP'NG FOWLS FOR LICE. 'To treat a number of fowls Indi Widualy -wlth louse powder is a tedi 4Ds, unpleasant task. An easier and *quanly successful plan is to dip the fowlin a reliable brand of sheep dip. iold the fowls by the legs, heads Wown, with one band supporting their beads. Let the solution cover every part of the body from the toes up, ex eept the head and eyes of the hen. Reserve this part until last, as the hen gasp and struggle when their bman go under. (Put the fowls to and to several times In the tub, which insures the solution percolating through th...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 26 November 1908

A' T11I-E SENTI.,,NELJORAX Entered April 28, 1903, at Pickens, s. 0., as Second-Class Mattnr, Under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. VOL. XXXVIII. PICKENS., S. C., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1908. .SOUTH CAROLI Mews of laterest Gleaned rc Ananged rei Court Martial at Spartanburg. Spartanburg, Special.-Privates C. 'Mac Quinn, -Lester Holt and W. A. Holt, members of Company I,. let -megiment, South Carolina National *Guard, pleaded guilty before a- court aartial here last week. Mae Quinn and Lester Holt pleading guilty to t*e charge of desertion and W. A. Molt to the charge of disobeying or -dars. Privates W. S. Rogers, James ildb and Clarence Cobb, who were db3 rt martialed on the charge of de userion, pleaded not guilty and were ried, the case taking up the entire *day. H. L. Bomar appeared for the .defendants. The cfilers of the court -were Capt. P. K. McCulley, Capt. P. C. Hundley, Capt. F. I. Watson and -Capt.' J. Frost Walker, Judge Advo -onto. The trial attracted great inter --est...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 26 November 1908

EDXVXR WUADAYORfNMOo The 88ntine14otraal Company. ToomPsox & RxInmr. PaOPs. J. L. 41THOMPSON. EDITOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rites Reasonable. Entered at Piakens Fostoflee as Second 0lass Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C.: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1908. To Sentinel-Journal Subscribers. Under a recent ruling of the Postal Department newpapers are now only. permitted to be sent to subscribers through the mails for a limited period unless paid for In advance, and the publisher who violates this order lays himself liable to being ar rained before a U. S. court and punished, the same as any other aw-breaker. Now, the Sentinel-Journal has carried over many of Its subscri bers to the utmost time limit al lowed by law. , We have done this because we knew our far mers had no money to spare be fore their crops matured, and it pains us indeed to drop from our list names of parties who have proved such true and loyal frionds as the masses of the peo-I ple of Pickens county showed ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 26 November 1908

76 - - -- 441 Nhwkbd. Art M1908 at Piakmpo w Ww elaw matter, Under met of'8 VLL.UflhL~NOIO 30U? logoaivivutS The. lAtet siato and 6nerail News, . r. Johti f. (7obt. dilo at Westminste -on Nov. -10,aged 54 years. O0 ONovi OW. D'. H. U. Sethers, of Westainser, and Miss Nina 1ullivau. -tof Ander's)n county, were married. An enofMous fertilizer trust is being organised, and the ind6pendenl't colupa. aes will either be Crushed or fUoea to Join. The farmer is their prey. - Sews was'received in Seneca of the death of Miss Anna Benedict, which Jowurred at s hospital in NashviAe. Rev. J. B. Colley died near aletn, in I-Oconee county, on Nov. 13. - tie was born in Pickens county, Feb 1I, 1do, and a gallant Confederate solditr, A'. the tikee of his death he -iad charge of Mt. Jarmel and Stamp Creek Baptist churches. Married EhAbe.h dargeant. Mrs. Robert. H. Welch, daughter of ,ap$. W, H. Day, of Oconee county, - died In Colun)bia last week. The father received the tidin.s while on the train. P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 26 November 1908

TH*NK! Great God, we sing For Thouart evei But on this glad Ti ew songs ,of pta From out Thy wealt We praise Thee ft Thou hat our table And we have had When ouds our pi And has seem Thou dat not us at Thou hen wast ne The yeaf hath told tl The story of Thy I Through sunimer's h The same sweet ch Great God we sing Thy gooAness ever And still will prais'e For Thou art ever "ONE-EG A Thanksgh By MAROARET "C ONSIDEDRING the hard times, Madam Chairman, I move that the society study economy in enter tainments the coming winter. The Ladies' Aid is about to give a church sociable the first of the season. I suppose there will be others later on; we have always had refreshments, and should we dispense with them altogether I am afraid we would have a lot of empty benches." The speaker paused, glanced around tho circle of matrons, ob served expectation in their faces and went firmly on. "I won'.t make 5, motion," she added, "at least not yet. But with the permission of the Chair, can we not dis...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 26 November 1908

N ELDQUENT U NOAY.40 . THE EY. H. MARI'IN, Tt Subject: The Abundant Z40.. Brooklyn, N. Y.-Sufid%Y iorning, in the First Church of 3hist (Disci ples), the pastor,- the' Rev. Herbert Mrtin, Ph. D., preached on "Religion and Life." The text was from John 10:10:,"I came. that they may hav life, and Way have It abundantly." Dr. Martin said:. Christ cmii'e-hot'to teach a theol ogy primarily, it at all, but to give ,life, more life. He came to give lite to others rather than live a self-cen tered life. I cane that they may, have life. He came to give life here and now. His emphasis was upon *the - present life. He that hath the Soj4 bath life. Life in the future is a corallary to present life. To.have life here and now is the only guarantee, the only possibility of futu'e life. - The value and ieed of religion'for tOe present life are being emphasized to-day as at no time since the early Christian era. This identification of religion and life tends to make re ligion a normal phenomenon in ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 26 November 1908

ATrp to. HAOXBLr, TEX1 1o9 Afterd gging y aid pipders, my wife 'baLre pi for a t*ip to Texas. - on the morning of the - 12th inst' We boarded No. 89 and in a short Nvhile we were rolled to the land -of the Far West, Haskelt; Tex. We arrived here on the 15th, and found the home of J. B. Tompkins to be one of delight. They met us with such, courtesy -that it made us feel that we were more than at home. As J.- B. Tompkins.- is a Pickens county boy, it might be interesting to the readers of the S.-J. to know something of his whereabouts and how he is getting along, so I will give the following: J. B. Tompkins first settled in Montague county and accumu lated a very nice home, which he sold for $5,000 and purchased a farm here in Haskell county, which is about 160miles further west. He has 2,800 acres of land, which the people say is worth $30 per acre. It's as fine as I ever saw. It is level, as is all the land that I have seen in this county. He has a big lot of stock-some of the fines...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 26 November 1908

HBq td', 'iand' r Hester, a daughter. Ernest, the 8-.year-old s0 ' C. G. Lewis, of P.ickens, R. 2 while plding about the house on the 17th inst., fel an4 broke his right leg between the -kneo. and jnkle. At a bargain-One good Tyson & Jones- top buggy;. bicycle wheels, slightly used, good as new. Also set 6fgood. bariess; sell t,a bargiin; come quick to W. & Co. Married, at- Easley, Sunda 22d inst., by L. L. Smith, N. at his residence, Miss Mary Ju. Ilan and Jas; Day,. both of the Mt. Carmel section. The happy couple, have the best wishes pof thelr many .friends. L. B, Q'Del, who bought tie R. R. Roark stock. of good, d4: cided to run.a cost sale in Pick ens, so brought ip a lot of good from Easley and added to, these, and has been selling since Fri. day to whoever wgald buy. VALUABLE LANDS 0 SALF. aye bought the,lands belong:. Iag to the estate of MajJ. 'T. , ewis,. recently advertised for. l,le I am now offering them ii1 tracts and on terms to suit pUlthasers. J. D. HOLDER....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 26 November 1908

CAMPAIGN FUNDS Of REPUBLICAN PARTY J, Pierpont Morgan Has Second Place -Andrew Carnegie and Wbitelaw FAid, However, Also in $25,000 Class-President $1,000. Now York dispatch, 21st. When the report of George S. Shel idon, Reublican national treasurer, to filed with the State Auditor of Few York at Albany it will be found i ii said that the Republican cam paign wich elected William H1. Taft was conducted with a fund of about $1,700,000. Charlps P. Taft was the heaviest contributor having added $160,000 to the fund. The following isthe list of leading contribultors who gave over $250: Chal-hs P". Tatl.. .........$1.60.000 J. Pierpont Morgan.. .... 25,000 Andrew Carnegie.. ......25,000 William Nelson Cromwell... 25,000 Whitelaw Reid.. .... ....25,000 D. . Mills .... .. ...... 5,000 'Adolphus Busch... .. .. ...5,000 B. C. Keren... ... .. ...... 5,000 W. C. Dickey.. ........ 5,000 William Barrett Iidgely 1,200 President loosevelt.. ..... 1,000 Frank B.. Kellogg.. ...... 1,000 C. A. S(vern...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 3 December 1908

11 SE INI -J0 NA. IZuSered Apil 28,, 1908 ait Pikk=Aq &0s sos mattr, uldw aO Of 0ogre of Marh 8, 1879. AI'T UI9 ISf AMERICA Pickens County Farmers' Un lon-ineets at Pickens Dec. 10, at 11 a. m.__ __ . 'he Pickens County Farmers' Union will meet at Pickens C. H. on Thursday,. Dec. 10, at 1 o'clock. All the local Unions are requested to send delegates to this meeting, without fall, as there is much business of impor tance to ,attend to. The State President has called on all the counties to send their county business agent to meet in Co lumbia, Dec. 8th, on important business. The county local Un ions should send 'the best men they-have with their local busi ness agent, to be at this county meeting on Dec. 10th. Your county business agent will like lW attend this called meeting of the county business agents that I will meet in Columbia next week, and will be able to give county business agent the bene fits of the state meeting. JOEL H. MILLER. Some of the troubles with the Farmers'...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 3 December 1908

Ancther Act of lemnes* Near Reifo ke 1WJROER F OflI AVINGED w thi Scntonco, of Death im JWaod by a Justico of -the Peace "'itizen'3" of '1l,ptonville, -Tenn., .21-1 Into the Court Room and Anrry the Prisorers to a Hasty DendEe at the End of a Rope. Unin Cty.Tenin., .Special.'-The ~rwle ' -:n ( Tiptonville, bordering a I Foot Lake, which has been ,the sene of miany stirring incidents the pist month witnessed the lynch ing late' Tuesday afternoon of three tegws -oho were arrested that morn ig for wnidr-ring Special Deputy She-iir Richard Jarruss, and 4at .ly omaling .lolh Hall, a deputy sheriff. Uhe negroes are: Marshall Stineback, Edw.rd Stin)ack, Jim Stineback. Tesze bothe-s created a disturb ance at religious meeting 'ear Tip &irwvilln Sat-ra night, add when Cie t'wo oflicers attempted 'to arrest -hem , a filh eusned, in which the uero (ore out victorious and :adWe their escape. It -ns barelv daylight ' Sunday -r'osing before a )osse of citizens .!ixm Tiptonville and the surrou...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 3 December 1908

A SCHOLARLY SUNDAY SERMON vY DR. S. EDWARD YOUNG. ubj9ct: Mountain Taught People. Brooklyn, N. Y.-Every, seat oi ZPAIn .floor and in the gallery was 1illed Sunday in the Bedford, Presby terjan Church, and chairs were placed In every available space to accommo date the large audiences that wished to hear the new pastor, the Rev. Dr. S. Edward Young. His subject was: 'Wanted---People . Taught on the Mountains of God to Toll in the Low lands of Sip." . The texts were from St. Luke 9:38, 37 and 88: "Master, it is good for.us to be here; and let us make three ta'bernacles. * * * When they were come down from the bill,. much people met -Him. Arid behold, a man of the company cried out, saying, 'Master, I beseech Thee, tookc upon my son.'" Dr. Young .said: Wanted---People taught on the mountains of dod to toll in the low lands of sin. Our beat training, our noblest service, is neither up th.ere altogether, nor down here altogether; but consists in uniting wisely the dreamer and the doer, t...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 3 December 1908

Tho SMnUR0140Ur&II' ftoay Tuoxnsor & l4ount ou. J. L. 0. TUOMPSpN. 0*"*, Buboription $1.00 P'e Ann. Advertising Bit" Beaovable. futered at Ploken Fostom1ee as Boond olas Mail Matter PICKE1IS, S. C. z TAIJSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1908. FIVE-DOLLAR- PER-WEEK AUTOCRAT. We hereby tender the editor of the Easley Progress an hum ble and most contrite apology, and grovel in the very dust of humility, for having the brazen audacity to publish an editorial in the Sentinel-Journal without first submitting a proof-sheet to that autocrat of the Piedmont press for his approval or con demnation. The fact had entire ly escaped our mind, when the article entitled "Humbuggery of Cost Sales" was published, that we had in our midst a Pelf-ap pointed press censor-a jqt of pin-hook plagiarism on the gov ernment of Russia-and in our hurry not to miss the mail dump ed the thing into our forms and thought no more about it until the last issue of the Easley Pro gress reached us with its broad-; side of edi...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 3 December 1908

Ak fA, bb ~'A th bore hter,,,ed aut 19, 0h we4 to Sdrw a d *ater. There Was a 6 dfo to the to n U.w0adly rote A tle'was reaching to seze tho .udket tie entire top of the aw&y and fell in young lady with It. h waa-forty-fivo feet in depth, with five feet of water. At the time of the accident )r. Cham4n was sitting out on his 8" reading. He "dw his ughter start to the well with a bucket, and when he heard the noise caused by giving away of the well-house knew that somet had ha pened. One cann6the faCe'sfeellngs when .he reathed the scene of tl,e accident and glancing down tito the depths saw his daugh ter's perilloqs position. At'first he did not know whether she was killed or not by the fall. He asked her if she was much hurt. The answer came back that she did not think she was. harmed much. The rope, windlas and bucket were left intact, and Mr. Chapman next inquired if she felt able to be dr iwn up, or must some one go down for her. The brave young lady told her father to hurry ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 3 December 1908

IV:;; KSOUT * News of Inteest Aw4" feeo Election Returns aSweiod4 Coluniin, Special.-lcbg g the official returns as tabulate& an4 declared by the State bqi' a vassers, the total vote for the emo' cratic electoral iiclet at the election of November 3, 190-8, was 62,289; for the Ilepicinim li-ket, 3,847; fOr the Independence League ticket 43, and for the Sociaist ticket 101. This is a ttal vote of about. 67,000, slight ly more thani half the total number of votes east in the Democratic pri mary election in August. The Har eput liepublican vote -was cast in Oranzeburg county, 405, 'ih Cha lstt second, 347; ea 1rtf third, 272; Richland, fourth,'t3O; Berkeley,- fift h, 235. The largest I)emocratic vote was east by Spartanburg, 4.162; with Greenville seeond, 2,774; Orangeburg, third 2,687; Lexington fourth, 2,508, and Ai.;derson Laurens and Marion each Casting over two thousand votes for the DNeinocratic ticket. Electorial Vote by Counties. Dem. Rep. Ind. Soc. Abbeville .. .1,481 9 1 ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 3 December 1908

YP vo 71 g" 7 IS 41 L 404 Entered Apr tri k of aot P.ic of L.iXOKt D JUR 3I "TST PAcELS POSI Vostmaster General Makes i Series. of Recommendationp ALSO POSTAL SAVINGS BANKI lostmaster General Meyer, in -1H Annual Report, Eocommpnds t Congress the Trial of Both Them reatures ror Many Reasons. Washington, Special.-In his an maal report for the fiscal year endc -June 30th, 1908, Postmaster Genera Meyer gives the total receipts gor th4 .year as $191,478,663 and expendi 4ures as $208,351,886, thereby shiaw ing a deficit of'$16,873,222, the larg ,est in the history of the department with an additional loss from fire burglary, etc., of $37,056. The de :cit of 1909, it is estimated, agaii will exceed $16,000,000. Attention is particularly called t< a number of improvements in busi * of the department - a * , advantage and the sav derable amounts. Recom again made for the crea L.,_position of director o posts, at a high salary, and who shal hold office during good behavior, thq object bei...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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