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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 30 June 1881

di w AEfZ PO MO OAI VMM V NAD S by Do F. BRADLEY &Co0 PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, JUNE3,18.VO.X O , NEWS GLEANINGS. TeRnessee will not make a large wheat crop. The peanut crop of Tennessee will be a failure. Gaa in Nashvilie is furnished at $1.75 per thousand feet. A company is organizing to manufac ture cars in Selma, Alabama. St. Augustine, la., has a surplus of $2,740.87 in cash in her treasury. A fisherman at Pensacola caught ICOO red sna pe fisl centlf. Selma, Alabama, has a population in its corporate limits of 7,529. The mayor of Montgomery, Ala., re ceives a salary of $1,000 a year. Western corn has killed a number of horses and mules in Alabama. B'y loWest estimate Mr. Davis h as al ready 'mrade $100,000 on his book. Boston capitalists are investing $300,. 000 in a cotton factory at Vicksburg, Miss. Baltimore capitalists have invested $1,500,000 in a Davidson county, N. C., gold mine. Two hundred thousand young shad have just been placed in the Congaree. The colored peopl...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 30 June 1881

THE.- SENTINEL. D. F.-BRADLEBY,-Editor. PIOKENS 0. 1., S. C.: fitiSDAY, J=N9 30, 1881. 'TEURMS: Por subscription, $1.50 per annum, for six months, 75 cents; strictly in advance. Advertisements inserted at one dollar per square of one inch or less for the first inser ion and fifty cents for each subsequent in sertion. Liberal discount made to merchants and others advertising for six months or by he year. Obitnary Notices and Tributes of Respect barged for as advertisements. Announcing Candidates five dollars, in advance. The net earnings of the South Carolina R. R., so far in 1881 exceed those of 1880 by $50,000. Fork Township. Anderson, had a storm on Saturday that blew down fences and some cotton. The young ladies in Greenwood are active in temperance work. The fireman had a general jollification at. Greenville last week. DnA--Dr. Albert 0. Ilackey, author of the "Ahinion Rezon," and one of the leading Masons of the country, died recently at a hotel at Fortress Monroe, Virginia, ag...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 30 June 1881

Churoh Directory. Methodit.-Rev. S. P. H. Elwell. second Sabbath in each mouth at 10} o'clock A. K. Rev. Olin L. Durant, 8d Sabbath atII A. U. Rev. J. (. Graham, 4th Sabbath at 8 P. M. Presbyterian-Rev. Hugh MoLees, at the Methodist Church, on 4th Sabbath atTfl o'olock a. m Baptist-Seoona Church, Rev.W. B. Single ton Pastor, 1st Sabbath and Saturday before In each month at 11 o'clock a. m. The water melon crop will likely be short. The blackberry crop Is very short this year. Frying chickens have never boon scarcor at this place, at this time of the year. According to Hershel's table we will have wet weather after the next change of the moon. Look for the comot in the North eastern sky a few degrees above the horizon from three o'clock a. m., un-. til daylight. Good rains have fallen at and above Greenville C. 11., and at Williamston, Belton and other points on the C. and G. Railroad. They are discussing the stock law question down in Edgefield. The more they talk about it the more ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 30 June 1881

OUR YOUNGI FOLKS. WINTER AND MUSmNWA BY H. 0. KNOWLTON. Oh, I wish the winter would go, And I wish the sumnmer would come, Then the big brown farmer will hoe, The little brown bee will hum. lo, hun! . Then the robin his fife will trill, And the woodpecker beat his drum, And out of their tents in the hill The little green troops will come. lHo, hunt! Now the blossoms are sick in bed, A 'd the tear little birds are dumnb, The brook has a cold in her head, 0, suinmer takes long to come. Ho0, butnt When in bonnie blue fields of sky And in bonnie green fields below The cloud-flocks fly and the lamb-docks 1%, Then su imer will come, I know. 11o, ho! Theni arounad and over the trees, Will a flitt'er and firt will go A rollicking, frolicking breeze, A nd away with a whisk, ho, ho. lie, ho! Oh, the blossoms take long to come, And tI he ic cles long to go; But the sumner will come, and the bees will butu, And the bright little btook will flow, I know. 11o, ho! -. Nicoloa. MISS "BILLY BUTTON."...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 7 July 1881

By.J. F. 1RADLEY & 00. PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY. JULY 7 -AEWS _GLEANINGS. Nearly all the Georgia editors are in favor of a local option law, Volusia county, Florida, has the larg est orange grove in the world-1,000 acres. Some 2,300 dogs have been listed ft r taxation in Lewisco'unty, Va. A fruit canning factory, to cost 340, 000, is to be built in Nashville, Tennes see.. The ,market price for turtle eggs in St. Aukastine, Florida, is 16 cents per dozen. Georgia pays out about $5,000,000 per year to increase the cotton crop and lessen the price. A company has been organized with a plenty of capital to go into the busi ness of canning frdits and oysters at Pasegoula, Mississippi. A negress, arrested at Abbeville, S. C., for carrying a pistol, was discharged on the ground that the cO oc'alled weapon act does not apply to women. London Hood, a well-known negro, died in Meriv ether county, Ga., last week, aged ninety-five years. It was his proudest boast that during his long li fe a...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 7 July 1881

'lHE SENTINEL. D. F. BRADLEY, Editor. PICKENS C. 11., S. C.: TURSDAY, JULY 7, 1881, 'or subscription, $1.50 per annum, for six s.nths, 75 cents; strictly in advance. Advertisements inserted at one dollar per *,are of one inch or less for the first inser,. ,. and fifty cents for each subsequent. in - tion. Liberal discount made to merchants t others advertising for six months or by V year. 'obitnary Notices and Tributes of Respect trged for as advertisements. Announcing Candidates five dollars, in aance. Found lGuilty. Whitnian licks was tried and convicted o f - murder of his wife at.- Spartanhurg last k. The defense was insanity. Garnet. Er. S. P. Braziae has handed us several es of garnet which he pickei up in a rn-nch on his pliaee, about four miles West this place. Air. 11 says there is plenty of (liere. Ile also inforns us that in ditclhig h! truclc a st rain of slate, which, if properly veloved might prove profitable. We will 'ward the garnet, to Commissioner tButler. Hall Sto...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 7 July 1881

ILOCAIL ITEMS. Church Directory. Methodist.-Rev. S. P. H. Elwell. second -Sabbath In each month at 10J o'clock A. M. Rev: Olin L. Durant, 8d Sabbath at11 A. M. Rev. J. 0. Graham, 4th Sabbath at 8 P. U. Presbyterian-Rev. Hu gh McLees, at the Methodist Church, on 4th Sabbath at 11. o'clock a. m Baptist,-Secona Church, Rev.W. B. Single ton Pastor, lt Sabbath and Saturday before In each month at 11 o'clock a. m. An infant child of Mr. Pink Hill's of this place died last week. Trial Justice Johnston, of Central, sent a iegro to jail last Sunday for breaking into a corn crib. M. Geo. K. Hendricks has his steam saw mill ready for sawing lum-. ber. He will run a cotton gin in the fall. The wheat crop is being threshed and is making, generally, a smaller turn out than the farmers expected. The grain is good, but the heads are short and only moderately well filled. Good rains passed over the North, ern, Eastern and Southern sections of this County last week, but thc nliddle and Western sectio...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 7 July 1881

Now Kentucky norsm are Trained, A Lexington correspondent of the Oleveland Leader says: "One after an other beautiful saddle horses were ridden out over the track moving along at a gentle, easy gait, flying at a rapid canter, racking or breaking into a trot, as the rider willed. All these horses, I believe, were thoroughbred, and their prices ranged from $800 to $1,000. So well were the y gaited and trained that the rider had but to touch the mane in a given place or make a certain signal to have hem take a rack, canter, trot, run, or lope. Anyone can learn to man age these gaits in a very short time, as I found from experience. But the method by which these horses are so perfectly trained I could not learn. Either the trainers do not know exactly how to impart this information or they are determined to keep it to themselves. Some answered my questions by saying: 'It is easy enough. You can make a horse do anything you want to. Only let him know what you want him to do. You had bett...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 14 July 1881

D TETOPULITNJI 0&k, RAMY IMUCASMN AND TOTHE GERIN T ETOFTEUUTY ByDo- F RALY 0.PCKN, .C., TH-auRS1DAY, J UN1,is O.X O 4 21-~ WEWS GLEANINGS, San Antonio is s hiipping Ihe('re t lfrance. The pioneer ()tltm mill of Memphdi is is nOw an ajsut"vd fact. Since Jne 1 st., $46,000 hasI bI heeuI paid out, for sponges. in Key WVes. Six papers publishcd by colored men in North Carolina favor prohibitioi. A n.igget. of gold, weiging tlree and one-half Oinces, it ik reported, has been found in Putnam comity, '[(n1n. Covingtonl, Ga.. bats two e(dAIred mien who call mould each 61,000 bricks in 11:11 i day. The average daily atteinidnce (in the public school.9 of Rtichmiiond, Va., is .5,531.5. Andrew Johnsoi's liei;s are. now in litigation over tfhe distribution of hi; property, whieb is valued at $100,)(0. A wihite woman in Newton coun11ty Georgia vas recently ti lrownm into co'n Vnllsiovs from eatinig pork Falad, and died in a few hour,. DaIvid lumphreys, if Co:rte's (dnot. 'Tennes.e'e, hns hc...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 14 July 1881

THE SENTINEL D. F. BRADLEY. Editor. PICKENS 0. H., S. C.: THURSDAT, JULY 14, 1881. TERlMS: For subscript-ion, $1.50 per annum, for six months, 75 cents; strictly in advance. Advertisements inserted at one dollar per square of one inch or less for the first inser Lion and fifty cents for each subsequent. in sertion. Liberal discount made to merchants and others advertising for six months or by he year. Obituary Noticesand Tribute:3 of Respect harged for as advertisemnent s. Announcing Candidates five dollars, in advance. Our people shoull reneiher I hat no such opportunity as the Cotton E xhibition at, Atlan ta in October next, has ever been offered them of advertising the mineral resources and ag ricultural proctets of our County. The De partment of Agriculture will pay all expenses of shipping articles, and a speciiin of all the agricultural products and fruits riown in fhe county, of every kiral of timber and1' of every known mineral, should be forwarided to Col. A. P. Butlcr, tle...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 14 July 1881

urk Directory. thoist--Rf.i. P. ff. 11*611, *maod B7-__h i, eaeh manth at 101 o'lo6k A. W. Riv. Olin L. Durant Id fabbath at11 A. 3t. XOe v. 0. Grabiat, hi Sabbath at 8 P. x. Presb terian-Rev. 1h MeLees, at the Ne th 0 Church, on 4 abbath at 11I p seoa hu, ReT.W. B. Single tea Pastot, 1st Sabbath and Saturday before in each Bnonth at 11 o'clock a. m. It Is hot "and don't you forget it4 A siX week's drought has about finished early qpland corn. The oomet has nearly disappeared. Its tall Is hardly visible., We hope to be able to issuo the next number of the Sentinel from our now OfMoe. Wo saw ono or two men in town last Monday who soomed to have tak. en a good deal of the over-joyaful. The public school will open at Four Milo Academy, in Hurricane Town, ship on Monday, the 18th instant. Mr. J. D. O'Bryant is the teacher. Thero is a young lady across the tnountains who holds herself dedr on that side but she can got her Prico on this side. A small shower fell at this place on Monday'ev...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 14 July 1881

roraasw von PrraN .-A nixtnure pi lime and phosphatos sprinkled over the out potatEM a da or two before loating will increase e fertility won BusT ON MrimOs.-It Is said that new ground soil mixed .with the Ymanure for the melon patoh will prevent rust and brown patches eM the melons and keep the vines green longer than usual. Ex perienced growers have discovered that melons and vines do not rust on new land as they do on old, even in seasons of extreme wet. RoOT Cnors.--Thofatilts to be avoided in the raising of beets and mangels are -first, planting the seed too deep, and next, allowing the woods to get the upper hand. The seeds start slowly at best, and if planted too deeply it will be a month before they are well up, by which time the woods will havo a good growth. SUGAR BEET.-i France it is gener ally recognized as a rule that the sugar beet should never be cultivated upon a fresh manure or barnyard manure, bo cause this system of culture gives a large yield in weight, but roots...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 21 July 1881

SET~b. To F Ies, Nonarar, sNU4ATION AND TO THE NRAL INEBUT WF TEE UUWTUY. By D. F. BRADLEY & 00. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, JULY 21 1881 - VOL. X.AO.45 NEWS GLEANINGS. There wete 26 deaths in Pensacola during the month of June. An epidemic in Pulaski county, Ky., is sweeping off' the dogs. The glbss factory at Moss Poin t, Mis sisippi, has commenced operations. The wheat crop of North Carolina is about twice as large as was expected. 'the Springfield coal pits, of Henrico county, Virginia, i ve been sold for *286,000. Three men recently killed in ten days 300 alligators in the Miaka lakes, Flor ida. Judge McGehee has ten century plants in bloom on his place, thirteen miles from Madison, Florida. Tennessee is fait taking foremost rank as the leading wool growing State of the South. From 8,000 to 4,000 pounds of toma toes are being shipped .daily from Chat tanooga to Cincinnati. One man in Tampa, Florida, has five varieties of the Japan persimmon, and also a Chinese prune. Satw- Cl...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 21 July 1881

'THE. SENTINEL. D. F. BRADLEY, Editor. PICKENS C. II., S. C.: SU RSDAY, JULY 21, 1881. TERMS: Por enbscription, $1.50 per annum, for six ith Is, 75 cents; strictly in advance. Advertisements inserted at one dollar per uare of one inch or less for the first inser.. iiiand fifty cents for each subsequent. in Ion. Liberal discount made to merchants others advertising for six months or by year. bitrary Notices and Tributes of Respect .ged for as advertisements. anoincing Candidates five dollars, in nMe. ie Georgia Legislature is in session. it lther hottto run gas works. - Three negroes were lung in Arkansas on - 16th instant, for murder. ;en. Sigel's .on is nectised of absconding $11,200 awil suspected of other thefts. he white house folks could ;t up a varie t v store with (lie presents that people are ling them. 'ho Abbeville Press and lanner says the k on the Atlnutic and1 French Brnad ley Rnilroal is progressing finely, and aks hopefully of Ihe onterprisc. The first bale of cotton ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 21 July 1881

Meth&)d6~i~et.' . Pi. Elwell. second SabbN n edeb bQ14i at. 101, 'cloek A. N. Rev. Ot0 u, gd Sabbah at 1 Ai U. 4 Re 6 erahengjh salvbah at 8 P-. U. SeIIte. i bfes, atL the tko hsthy on 4th 8abbath at 11 elook. a. m, J3aptst-See Chutch. Rev. W. 3. Single ton Pastor, 1st bath and Saturdq befbt. ,each msh 11 o'clock a. m. Go toW,. MoFall's Now Store. *Try for Slon Bros. Turnip Pro innum, aJElias .E.' Mauldin has boon mandehappy again. It is a girl. We wodliflik e to see a few peaches brought' to our town. The b nokborry crop is said to have been nearer. a failure this year than was over known before. We direct attentjon to the profos uionalcard of Dr. Darby. which up Rev. Mr. Wilson, of Greenvillo, is assisting in carrying on the protracted meoting at this place. We call attention of the County Commissionors to the bad and almost, dangoroui condition ot the public well. It needs immediate attention. Now is a good time for the Town Council to, have the streets worked out. Some of th...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 21 July 1881

HIGH-HEELED UUWOE. A Fruitful Source of aeck-Acae am" Kindred In. " Back-ache," says a prominent Now York physician, "is very common among women; more than two-thirds of them suffer from it.. But there is one kind of this trouble, caused by a prevailing fashion, which women ought not to al low themselves to suffer from. 6 A few years ago a fashionable young lady called upon me, saying that her bNck was very lame and had been so for a considerable time; the pain had lately so greatly increased that she had becomo frightened about herself. She had been obliged to shorten her promeuades, so she said, was almost iu capablo of dancing, and hor life was gradually becoming a bnrden. She had 'tried everything,' and taken medicine all the time, but--and then she broke down in such a vay that I began to sus peet hysteria. " She looked tired, and her face bore an e'xpression of pain and despondency which was not coinpatiblo with her years-sho was about 23-nor her evi dences of constitutional f...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 4 August 1881

03U By D. F. BRADLEY &nn~~~~~~- ~~~ P- .D By D F. 7BR DLE & 0. IC K N S, S. C , T U R S ~ TJG JST 4, 881 V O . X . N O . 47. In 1880 Houth Carolina raised 516,590 bales oflcptton. y'ea8 - SO uth Carolina raised 62,948,537 Pounds of rice. Last year No'eth Carolina made only nineteen barrel s of beer. There ar fifty-six cotton seed oi mills in thq Unite4 States. Georgia has only 04 Anehiver squad of Cherokee Indians are s' Jon to leave London, Tennessee, for the 'Adian Nr.tion. now. claim that iron can be a( e 4eaper at Birm ingham , Alabam a, 6han anywhere in the United States. Of Florida towns the census of Lake CitY is 1,379; Lavilla, 1,618; Jackson. vilie, 7,648; Pensacola, 5,845; Tallahas. se, 2,494; Fe~iandina, 2,562, and Pa. Nine iracorporated companies and in., dividuvls are engaged in phosphate miniv.g in the navigable streams of South Car'>lina. The great temperauce petition pro sented to the Georgia Legislature the other day was 600 feet long and con tained- 30:0...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 4 August 1881

THE ENTIN EL D. . F ADLEY. Editor. THIUTEAY9 AUGUST 4, 1881. TER1VIS: For oi'-"n ,tlon, $1.50 per annum, for six "' . 75 cents; strictly in advance. "veri~iiemets inserted at one dollar per * EnU,1q r Of one Inch or less for the first inser 1:0 01n1it v cents for cauli subsequent. in Hert ion, I1' ral discount made to merchants and 'b h vertising for six montlis or by w fesand Tributes of Respect R advertisements. Candidates five dollars, in ut.'s condition is gradually im ble attending physicians now most certain to recover. . Ihlcl, Secretary of the United te,.who i:is been ill for some - -ginic diseae of I he heart, died I,:! ice in Washington on the 28th been introduced in the Georgia Iu *~ providing Himt any puIlic oflicial in 'ha111 be dismissod Iroimi office. would be a gool ole, not oti ly of Gecorgiii, 1itt for every St atc ;i, and t the United States also. T York Tribune, vlhicli had been hur like a plekpacket, has hauled i since the had news from Washs n is hedging on fut...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 4 August 1881

Churah Directory. ethodist..---Revr. S. P. IT. Xlwell, seoond Sbbath In eaab month at 10i o'olock A. U. ey. Olin L. Dur at, 8d Sajbbti1 A. 2 Rev. J. Q Graham, 4th 8ablIth di 8 r. x. 'Ptesbyterian--Rev. Hugh OdeLees, at the Wthodilst Chirch, on 4th Sabbath at 11 oWlock a. n. klp tist---ebe9na Churoin, lie,. W. B. Single tqn Pastor, 1st Sabbath and Saturday before Ia *ach mont4at 11q'*Iodk a. mo. W*n new store was duly christen ed. redhtly. Six Mile Items crowded out tlhi week. Probably next time "Observer" farors us, we will have more roorn. 0B0y your Turnip Seed from G. W. -ar1, the rst in the market. Store keepers have some funny experience with some of their cus.. tomors, The singing schol at Secona ended last Saturday with a picnic, and all seemed to enjoy themselves splondid lIy. 'he result of a water melon specu lation entqred into by a lawyer of our place was,' two good bates and ton cents profiL. Rev. G. W. Singleton is teaching a singing school at Mountain Grove this week, a...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 4 August 1881

WARK 30TR. Tem oldest osage orange hedge prob. ably in the West, is on Walnut Hills, Oinoinnati. It was planted over forty year. ago. LAona amounts of barley are annually raised in California, and transported 3,000 miles to be mlted in Chicago. Barley is commonly considered a native of the North, but such are the capacities of soil and climate in the Golden State that the cereal flourishes well in a semi tropic latitude. Barley is one of the most remunerative crops that can be raised on good land, if well attended to. To oET the moss off young trees, if the moss has come from dampness and feeble growth, the best way to keep it ofR is to drain the land and enrich or cul tivate it. Scraping and washing with suds is a good temporary cure, but the best remedy is to be applied through the roots. Moss sometimes comes from too much shade, in which case the dense growth should be cautiously thinned by pruning. IT Is stated that the proprietors of the new beet sugar factory at Shenectady, N....

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