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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 April 1893

I ?i sr 4 1 (s^^sgynDS. r* WAVE TONE, PERFECT PSSSS^O-K. lill&lJVJ. A AND MODERATE PRICES. GUARANTEED 6 YEARS. SEND FOB CIRCULAR AND PRICES. 525-531?. 24St.( Sand Stamp I in rule I List. Th!Schyroachsr i LIVE AGENTS ADDRESS- TteUpson& HartCo. Uniomille, Conn. +t^^^^*A^^ AA I L.1QHT. i mm -^W^t ^g FINISH ^^^^^^AAAAi TRADE MARKS, DESIGN PATENTS, COPYRJCKTS, etc. For Information and freo Hindoook write to MUNN St, CO, oGl DHOAUWAT, NEW Yoas. Oldest bureau for securing pa+ents In America. Every pntent taken out by us is brought before the public by a notice given ireo ot cnargo in the $ timtttk J^nma Largest circulation of any scientific patter In the world, bp'ondidly illustrated JSo intelligent man should bo without it. WecKly, 83.00 a years fl flsix months Address JIUNN & CO., PLBUbfiuis,351 Broadway, JNew York Cty. Mention this paper. I QR'ACEFUL. I .STRONG. To Ye Who Have Little fi-aith NEW YORK. BOSTOM FOR YOUR HOME. MORGANS, $32 and upwards. ^IPIASOS, $175 Pneumatic T...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 April 1893

i i ft** si* WflPPEn 5 ll 3 J.P.MATT'SON, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of Marshall County. 'Thursday, April ijtb, 1893. HE saloons have "been voted out of Fergus YAWS by a majority of 01Arpryle votes. The Fergus Falls Journal advocates a strict enforcement of the law. CARTER HAURISOX was elected mayor 01 Chicago by a majority of about 20,000, and that means that the city will be run on the wide open policy during the World's Fair. As OUR state legislature is bent upon investigating everything suspi cions,whether high or low,we hope it will turn its attention tothc weath* er bureau,because to all appearances there must be .something crooked there. A SCHOOL, ma'am not many miles from here was teaching- it class in spelling, when the word "husband" was put on the blackboard. None of the children could pronounce it, and in order to help them out the teacher asked. '"What would I have if I should get married?" The an swer was prompt, but not the one she expected, and she blushed...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 April 1893

~-l pammm it- *p I ^f *N I .it' 1 is*Wj, Volume XIII. Home and County News Whitney leads in low prices. Prepare to win the prize given nt the Rubble Social on Friday April 28th. Lint!berg & Lundgren any they liave sold more drills this year than ever before. Subscriptions for any paper or magazine printed in the world taken at the SHKAF office. A social will be given by the Ladies of the M. E. Church on Fri day, April 28th, at Slee's hall. Post poned from the 21st. The SHEAK overlooked to men tion last week that E. Whitney and family had returned home from the sunny plains of Texas where they spent a good share of the win ter. Mrs. John Howe, of Foldal, re turned home last Saturday from an extended visit in Fillmore and Lyon counties, and in .Minneapolis, A grand-daughter returned with her to spend the snm.ner. County Superintendent Nelson has rented his house in town and has moved his family to his farm in New Solum tor the summer. When in the city he will be found in his offic...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 April 1893

IF xrren JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor Mid Proprietor. WARREN. MINN. A ioc\r. "ad" reads: "1,000 men wanted to et a pair of pants." Such an unwarranted demand for one pair of pants seems incredible. A New York state editor the other day wi'ote a headline: "Alleged Trea son in China," and was horrif'ed to see it run through the paper, "Alfrtd Ten nyson in China A CFSTSUS of the great trees of Cali fornia, the "giant led woods," reveals the fact that there are 3,675 of them left, the average diameter of the lot be ing thutj -three feet. Miss CiF\rn:scn Evt.n\tfT, aged 26 ears, has passed with the highest dis tinction in Brussels the examination for the degree of doctor of medicine. Sh lb Belgium*:* first woman doctor. CH VKI I i ER, a New York city let ter earner, has been forty-eigbt yeai*s in the ser\ice, and in that time, it is estimated, alked three hundred thou sand four hundred and eighty miles. COTORVIX) has a law "t compel indo lent and Moious husbands to provide ior their families"...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 April 1893

The Now Bread. The favor with which the new bread, made with Royal Baking- Powder in- stead of yeast, has been received our best housekeepers and most expert breadmakers, is really wonderful. "It saves all the hai'd and tedious work of kneading- and moulding-," writes one. "Less than a hour from the dry flour to the mot perfect loaf of bread I ever saw," writes another. "Fresh bread every day," says another, "and that the lightest, finest and most whole- some, is something- to live for." "We relish the bread better than the old kind""i is ahead of any yeast bread I ever baked""th bread was whiter and softer." "Best of all," rites an enthusiastic housewife"w can eat the Royal unfermented bread when freshly baked, or even when warm, with perfect impunity. I is actually a anti-dyspeptic." "This bread has a 'nutty' taste, that Is peculiarly pleasing," writes still an- other. This is O ing- to the fact that the active gas-producing principle of the Royal is derived from the pure grape ac...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 April 1893

i paa*f Warren SheaP J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. "Official P^erot Marshall C""'v JiwnJqy, Api il 20th, i8g$. ICS. i THF hill providingfor a stateele ctor at Duluth passed the louer brain ot the legislature under a tumpensinn of the rules by a vote of, NO to OS and becomes a law with tin?"watt governor'8 signature. The e)e\ a tor is to be built from the fees paid by the farmers for inspecting tfitfr wheat. I is one of tho most im portant measure toe the benefit of the tanners passed nt this session. COMIN TO WARREN. Red tilt falls & Northern. MFETINO or RTOCKHOLDFHS or THK Pnoposri) Ro vn. Sf)cftl to the cilotio OILUTH, Minn., April 14.The meeting of stockholder of the pro posed Duluth, Red Luke Falls & Northern road was held here to-day, and the following directors werechos en James M. P.iine, J. 1), Ensign, H. Grain?, Luther MendenhaJ, T 1* Rav, M.R RnUhun, H. H. Han-and ford and B. Holmes, The officers nre Piesidont, James M. Paine, vice president, B. Holmes, treas...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 27 April 1893

r"$ -1^7 ^^,**rr.rrv^^ fcft Home and County News Whitney loads in low prices. Get your job work done at the SHEAF office. Emigrants from the Scandhnvi itn countries are arriving almost daily. Goo. F. Fuller, of Fargo N. 1)., general agent for the Piano hinders, was in the city Tuesday. A social will he given l'.v the Ladies of the M. E. Church on Fri day, April 2Sth at Klee's hall. \Y. Woodward, of EMU Haire, Wis., arrived on Tuesday morninu to look after seeding on his bh farm. Mr. Umbreit, of Excel, was in the city on Tuesday, and reported lots of snow and \vator in that part of the county. A. Schmidt, the genial Queen Ciry painter and decorator, inter viewed friend* ivt- the depot on his way north on Tuesday. The spring- term of district court has been adjourned from May 8th to .Tune 1.2. ,Jurors and otheis Hav ing business before the court will make a note of this. A number of Warren people went to Crookston on Monday afternoon to see and hear the famous humor ist, Bill \ve, dra...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 27 April 1893

fM mrren JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. WARREN. MINN. TJIK highest tower i a the world is the Eiffel, 1,000 feet the next th Washing ton inonuinent, 555 feet. i THE new election law in Kansas for bids treating1 by candidates No may oters be brought to the polls in hacks einplo3'ed by or for the candidates. EIGH TV THOUSA ND ardent patriots would like to uphold the American flag abioad as consuls drawing 11,500 a year or over. Exactl_ lef 79,600 of these will be TLRPIX, whom President Cnrnot lias lelcased from prison, named the explosive he invented melinite, partly in honor of M. Meline and partly be cause he didn't care to call it Turpin tine. MICHAEL MOBWGL W OSKY, a 15-year- old boyj is pronounced by his proiossors the best mathematical scholar in the scow academy The fact that they pronounce him at all shows that th ey are no slouches themselves. THO SE versed in the science of optics tell us that no living creature can see in absolute darkness Some representa es of the...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 27 April 1893

*ft :r $%*. NETT STYLE A* HAVE TONE, ACTION, I FRAMEWORK, 4 ASMD FINISH AND MODERATE PRICES. GUARANTEED 6 YEARS* SEND FOR CIRCULAR AHD PRICES. XMorB8iiPfapCo.,KSS1' BOSTON Bend Sttr.p fr J.lustraled Priaa List. 1U Setaasher Sifisnsslum Co. "Jifff' rTfrrinrT*mminMg day. af ADDRESS- mUpson&HartCo. UnioaYille, Conn. I Scientific American Agency for 0 Larpest circulation of any scientific paper In the world. Splendidly illustrated. N intelligent man should be without it. Weekly, 83.00 a year fl.fiOsix months. Address AiUNN & CO- PUBLLSIISR S, 3t Broadway, New York City. Pneumatic Tires, $150.00. SEND FOR CATALOGUE. fr#*^^****^^** i Buy bicycles with lose. Send for latest art catalogueo Agencies in all the principal cities of the world, and in 400 American towns. 400 more agents wanted. Write for proposition. THE HUMBER-ROVER CYCLE CO., 285 Wabash Ave., CHICAGO, To Ye Who Have. Little Faith i :^"fw LIVE AGENTS In every town in each state to sell our Solid Columbian 4 Silver Table...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 27 April 1893

t^jr J.P.MATTSON, 4 Editor and Proprietor. *w Paper of iHArthM) County. Thursday, April 2jth, 1893. IN POLITICS, na in the moral World, 1 ln man who represents a truth, ul timntel.v commnmlH the rtwpect and Nuns the Puffrngefl of his tVllowmen. This is not less true to-day than it was in the time of Lincoln and Washington. Fortunately, when fully aroused, the sturdy common sense of the people makes thorn quick sipprecmtors and strong adherents of those men who best illu.stratepub lic virtuethat virtue which con stantly seeks out and guards the liifthest liberties of Uhe people. Unity. GOVERNOR NELSON has Justified the faith reposed in him by the farmers of Minnesota by faithfully standing by them on every measure affecting their interests, notably in his efforts in b-half of the IVterson grain and warehouse bill, senate file No. 871, which, largely through the Gover nor's efforts, passed the house on Friday. In time, when the pnects of this bill become better known through operation...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 4 May 1893

w| Home and County News Whitney leads in low prices. .Nels J. .Johnson is spending a "few tinys at homo visiting. L. Lambecson ami .1. P. East on wilt Li (Vookston Tuesday after 3ioon and returned next morning. Martin Anderson rejoices oveo IJio birth of a sou his homo last Week, Scwrul schools in tho county have hatl to close for a short timcon account ofbnd roads and too much water* A mooting of tho W. V, T. will bo hold at tho home of Mrs. Ed l-'i.v this (Thursday) afternoon tit. (('clock. Iiiugebo is tho name of a now lo.-s. aliitro e.sr.abH.shed on section 8, i he unorganized township east of ~i own of Holt. Uow.J. S. McCormnck, of Hod Lake Falls, will ni'wv'h at tho Pres by'eiinn Church next Sabbath, both morning and evening. Aleck Erickson and family of town of liloomci', departed last Fri day for Becker ronnty where they iviU make thoir future homo. MAURIED: John Nelson and Anna Wuhlberg woro ma mod in town of Viking on-April 2)t by Alex Anderson, justice of tho peace. D. A....

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 4 May 1893

*P i 2* SKS STT sft* 'M fr toads in low prices. i tn '#hi'f,^ Xels Johnson is spending a #&K\J| few davs at liomo visitiiur. L. Lnmbecson mid .1. East on went to (Yookston Tuesday after noon and returned next morning IVfnj-tiii Anderson rejoices rtvef tlio birth of anon at his homo lnsfc week. Several schools in the county have had to close for a short time on account of bad roads and too much A meeting of the W. T. will beheld at the home of Mrs. Ed Shv this ,(Tlmisday.) attevnoon at 8 Q,'eoek\ ^"-v, RIngebo is the name of a" new past, otikto established on section 8, 3M the unorganized township oast of town of Holt* ^v^-- &^-^- Rev. S. McCoraiack, of Red Lake Falls, will preach at the Pre b.vMeiian Church next Sabbath, hot! morning and evening. ?^V^ Aleck Erickson and family of town of ttloomcr, departed last Fri day for B.eker eonnty where they *ydl make their future home. K' '-T MARRIED: John Nelson and Anna Wahlberg were married in -town of Viking on-April 20th by Alex ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 4 May 1893

1 arm* JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. WARREN~ I MINN. I N Lapland dress fashions have not changed for 1,000 years. NEW YO RK was the first city incor porated in the limits of the United States. It charter was dated 1664. A TON of g-old is worth $607,799.21, of pure silver, $37,704.84 $1,000,000 in gold weighs 3,683.8 pounds of silver, 58,929.9 pounds. IN the five or six months of the ye ar in# which the sardine fishery lasts /something- like 600.000,000 of these little fish are caug-ht off the coast of Brittany alone. Gov. PATTWOX of Pennsylvania has appointed five women as notaries pub he, his first nominations under the new law regarding that office. One of them is Miss liills, manager of the Harris burg Telegram. WFE HUX PENK, who was cook in a mining camp only three years ago, is no longer wee in the financial sense. o\\ us the whole of one and half of an other important mine in Arizona, and is reputed to be orth at least $3,000,000. THE leading physicians of New Yo rk ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 4 May 1893

ilMll. a^"^ HAVE TONE, ACTION. FRAMEWORK AND FINISH i AND MODERATE PRICES. E i GUARANTEED 6 YEARS. SEND FOR CIRCULAR AND PRICES. BOSTON CHESTWEICHT FOR YOUR HOME. Bond Sump for illustrated Price Hit. The SchumacherGymnasium Co. Wff' WANTED I $- I LIVE AGENTS I In every town In each state to seil our Solid Columbian Silver Table Knives and Porks these goods are not plated goods but solid, and will hold their color equal to sterling silver goods and will cost only about one-quarter the prices of solid sterling silver. The goods are sold by agents only and we warrant them to stand the test of years or refund the money, a &_ guarantee will go with each A "JV dozereliablebacked and 1 "fi 4* For Information and free Handbook write to MLNN & CO, 361 BKOADWAT, NEW YORK. Oldest bureau for securing patents in America. Every patent taken out by us ia brought before the puulic by a notice given free of charge in the LlQHT. Pneumatic Tires, $150.00. SEND FOR CATALOGUE. ToYie I Who riave,...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 4 May 1893

P^* {&* & H. Warreir SheaP J.P.MATTSON, Kdito!- and Proprietor Official Ytyttr 0i Marshall County. ^hUrsifaj', May 4th, 1893. Ki:i liver is reported very high n\ I'(mlina.,.i.iit Emerson, Manitoba, is completely flooded. 'PiiE n-rejvl, Wofid's Pair n.fc Chien jrn was oiwittvd on Monday by resi lient 'HevelMnd who touched the WfvVrie button whieh the huge machinery in motion. M'.-ignificent' were MJO opening exercises wltbh in cluded address by tho prosidont. ATTOHSRY STKKNI^^OX, ot iTJnmk sion is playing for- big gVinie. lie is to i&it ihe^istitiitioimlity ot the North Dakota prohibiti on hiw, and JI number ex-snlottn keepers have signed an agrvn\ent, to pay him $200 .-1 piece. .fiO.000 in .-ill, if ho wins the ease, and if ho loses he gets nothin g. (Jat'ss all he will neeoniplish is to twist the law a little wo that the peo ple u'-ill have mow respect for it. W"K have heard many comments Mpoiflhe article by .Mr. Ophns in a recent nnmbev of the SHEAF, advo cating tiie b...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 4 May 1893

4 i* iVc I ir*-- &#'- n|B |M:5' l)0n,'K- sSjjfsSt tt Woi Warren SheaP J.l\MATTSON, ,_, Kilitoiaud Proprietor. .-.'Mcial o! Marshall County. ^Thursday, May 4th, 1893. Hun fiver in reported very hiafli ]'ombina,and Emerson, Manitoba, is ccunptatefy .flooded. gg "'.ilj 1 THE great World's Fair at Chica go was oiem on Mondny by pro'si tlent "Cleveland who touched the Wwtric button which the huge machinery in motion. Mngnifiecnt were tlie opening exercises whbh in cluded an address by (ho president. ATTOUNRY STKGSfJSIt'SbN) ot fettlx ston is playiag for big game. He. i to tost the^ustitutiormlity or the North Dakota prohibition law, andthe number TA ex-sal(Vort hoopers have signed an aA-reen\ent to pny him 200 ^iwwe. fl'Jo.OOO in all, if he wins I he case, and if he loses he gets nothing, (bless all he will accomplish is to twist the lawn little^o tbiVt the peo ple ui 11 have wtmv 1'espect for it. W have heard many comments lipoif thu article by Mr. Ophus in a recent number of the SH...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 4 May 1893

1 i 1 'L" 'ui, WapperifihElf: J.P.MATTSON, Killtot- and Proprietor. Wficirt V***r Marshall County. Vtstfqgi May 4th, 1893. KKI liver is reported very high at Pomblna,and Eraersou, Manitoba, is ccwipV^ely.flooded.' gL "'"'"P. 5*J ^TIIE great Worths Fair at Chica- &o was opehfcd oh Monday by preVu dent ^Cleveland who touched the 4wtri button whieh the hu&e mnebinery in motion. Mugnifieont were the opening exercises w1iih in eluded an nddress by the president. stoii is playing for h'ig nme. Ho isThe to test ^newustitntionality 61 thej -North Dakota prohibition law, and1the a number ex-saio^n keepers have viijrnoil an a#vVMen to pay him $200 w. fee $20,000 in all, if ho wins the ease, and if he loses ho gets nothing, (iiiessall he will aeeotnplish is to twist, tlic law a little ttiftt the peo ple will luwo Htwte respect for it. AVis have heard many comments *ipon~the article by Mr. Oplius in a recent number of the SHEAF, advo cating the building of a hospital. All favor establis...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 11 May 1893

i. A Home and County News Whitn ey leads in low prices. Wheat is coming in the fields mid also in the market reports. Look over the advertisements in he SHK.VF before making your pnr c-Jui ,w? Ueinember the Sunday school concert in the M. K. church to-mor l'oxv evening. 1\ Spnulding arrived in War Tea yesterday morning- to look after iseedang on his big farm. Senat or March, of Minneapolis, arrived on Monday to see how seed ing was progressing the West Farm. Ivev. Mathesou preached an earnest and able sermon in the Ptvs iyti-in church last Sunday fore noon. Our neighbor John Eriekson in Aeison's addition rejoices over the la-tii oia nice daughter on Sumhiv last. Do not forget tlie entertainment of the Young People's Literary So ciety io-uiorrow evening, in the,Iohn on building. I is rumored here that promi nent business man of Arg.vle is mak ing-extensive arrangements to take in a partner. Mr. John Ro! an old friend and successful farmer in the northern part of Warren ton, gave the ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 11 May 1893

'X ^V Volume XIU. Home and County News Whitney loads intowprices. Wlient is coming np in the fields and also in the market reports. Look over the advertisements in the SHEAF before making your pur chases. Remember the 811ml113' school conceit in the M. K. church to-mor row evening. I*- 'Spaaiding arrived in War Ten yesterday morning to look after weeding on Ids big farm. Senator March, of Minneapolis, arrived on Monday to see how seed ing was progressing on the West Farm. -Rev. Matheson preachod an earnest and able sermon in tho frwi ts^ bytetian church kisfc Sunday fore noon. Our neighbor John Eriekson in Nelson's addition rejoices over the birth of a nice daughter on Sundnv last. Do not forgt't the entertainment if the Young People's Literary So ciety to-morrow evening, in the John son building. Tt is rumored here that a promi nent business man of Argyle is mak ing extensive arrnngemeuts to take in a partner. Mr. John Rolo, nn old friend and successful fanner in the northern part ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 11 May 1893

i 3j r^" 'A "B JOHN P. ItATTSOy. Editor and Proprietor WARREN. MINN. IT is against the rules of theaters in Russia for the audience to applaud. THKUE are 413.000,000.000 feot of standing timber in the state of Wash ington. A RUSSIAN immigrant arrived in New York the other day clad in a long toat made from the skins of more than 1,000 Russian mice. HORATIO J. SPBJVGUK. who represents this country at Gibraltar, is the olde&t consul in continuous service. His com mission dates from ^Iav, 1S4S. to inherit a fortune of $3,000,000. A clearer case of insauity was never re corded. WILLIAM ORTO.W of Reynold ton, Pa., having secured an appointment as po lice officer, at once resigned, explaining that it wasn't the place he wanted so much as to see how many friends he had. William Orton to act that way. DR. HAFFMNE, the bacteriologist, tvho has been investigating cholera, writes from India to the Russian .pa- pers that he has conquered the disease by an inoculative method which he will giv...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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