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estracts from roots and herbs it
goes at once to the liver and
Lowels, acting immediately
without nausea or griping.
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ARANT'S DRUG STORE
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IMANNING, S. C.
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Glass, Sash Cord and Weights.
etrarregs sriges, 6em
*p the wors out seses, a
-auminate the SSIS0 3ft .d
thateauses r...S... pr
-vent Bright's Disease and DII
bates, ad restore heslth a
1 re used tob e operated Lam
do, te morning I heaid e
about Cwdul,"wdites Mrs. t
smer Sickler, of Terre an
Haute Ind. I tried Car- gti
d4i, and it helped me ra
greatly. Now,Idomyown m
washing i oning." T
The Woman's TonIc Z,
Card is a mid toucc 'T
remedy, purely vegeabe,
and acts in anatural man
neron the delCft, womian- fe
ly constitution, buldn IN
up srengf, and toning Up a
fet erves, inte past5O
years, Cardin has helped t
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because we are sure mt pIh
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A Lien Soared by a Mouse. ly
in the Berlin zoo a mouse Was put in l
the cage of a lion to test whether, as the
the old stories assert, there was a nat- of
oral affection between them. The ex- m
periment was rather astonishing. The ou
lion saw the mouse before he was fair- in,
ly through the bars and was after him azi
instantly. Away went the little fel
low, squeaking in fright. When he had
gone a few yards the lion headed him
of, and this was repeated until the loo
mouse stood still. The lion then stood B$
over him, studying him with interest, '
and presently he brought his paw down
on the mouse, but so gently that it was for
ot Injured in the least. Then the ',a
lion played with the mouse, now let- a
ting him run a few inches and stop- at
ping him again. Suddenly mouse
changed his tactics and s'd, of run
ning when the lion lifted his paw j
sprang straight at the big animal's a'
head. The lion. terrified, gave a great KE
leap backward and roared In extreme tu
fright, while the little mouse made his de
escape. Of the two the lion was the gr
more frightened. tal
The dsy Womaa's Day. j
It begins early, ends lt, and is full a 1
of work. Lbe often has kidney trouble tu
without knowing it. Her back aches, e
and she is tired and word out. Sleeps an
poorly, is nervous, no appetite. Her ani
bladder gives her rouble too. Foley "
Kidney Pillwill cure all that and make of
her strong and well. They are the best fol
medicine made for kidney and bladder. ta
disorders. The Dickson Drug Co., Man- E
ning and Leon Fischer, Summerton- Ci
, t a
Thve MareAcial'NIlel Ros.- wl
There 1s a pretty little history In con- wI
netion with the Marechal Niel -rose; po,
which Is named after the famous gen- j B
oal of the Fi-anco-AustrIan war.
"When General Niel was returning
from the sene of his victories In war,"
wrItes an eminent florist, "one of the
peasant women along the line of march hel
preented him with a beautiful bdsket W
of yellow roses. One of these flowers
sti had Its roots clinging to It, and on <
his arrival In Paris Niel planted the hea
lower In his garden. The rose thrived ea
and flnant grew to a bush covered for
with blossoms. The general then pre- re
sented the plant as a gift toi Empress U
Eugenis. She was delighted with the ~
beauty and fragrance of the flower .u
an, on learning that the rose had no
ae said significantly: 'Then 'I will
give It one. I christen it the Marechal
lel.' And at the same -time she be- br
stowed upon the amazed general the t
jeweled emblem that betskened his
Proiotlon to the exalted office of mar
shal of Wsance."
Crospy Coughs and Wheezy Colds. hec
The quickest simplest way to rid the otl
children of dangerous croupy coughs tu
and wheezy stuffy colds is-to give them ye
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. It an
gives them instant relief and stops a p
cough promptly. It soothes and hes's- re
Contains no opiates. The Dickson Druw ~
Co., Manning and Leon Fischer, Sum
GRASSES FOR WET LANDS m
D. McWhlnnie, of Hearnleigh, Al
berta, writes as follows: "I have a
Eat of about 10C .cres or so. About wa
half of that is covered with water in at
the spring, which dries out about the 'ti
middle of MJay so that one can work 'I
the land: I had thought that I could V
grow hay onitfIcould get the grass re
started. Can you tell me the bestto
kind of hay, and the best way to get b
this land started in grass?" p
If this land can be drained, the best B
thing to do Is to drain it either by
using open ditches or tile, otherwise
It is a rather difficult proposition to
The water standing on the soil will Iis
kill out most of the tame grasses. fu
Canadian blue grass and Kentucky Pi
blue grass are grown to some extent te
In parts of Canada for pasture pur- o
poses.. Very few of the tame grasses .
will do so well on soils that are wet.
The wild grasses, as a rule, grow very
well on wet land. The grasses that
do best on'wet land are red top, fowl
meadow grass, combined with alsike to
-clover. Timothy will do fairly well, re
and may be started by simply sowing
the seed without any cultivation. Wel
have had no experience, however, with
these grasses in your section, and thisB
is only a suggestion on our part.
The amount of seed to be sown de
pends on the kind of seed used. If *1
the red-top, re-cleaned seed is used,
two or three pounds per acre will be sE
suficient, while If the ordinary seed
Is grown, twelve to fifteen pounds 0
of alsike clover seed per acre should
be mxed with this'
Dr. Win. Sadler, author of "The tC
Cause and Cure of Colds," says that it
Scommon colds should be taken serious s(
5ly, especially when they "hang on." ci
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound is a n
Sreliable household medicine for coughs e&
and fords grownl effective for child ren
andfo grwnpersons. Take it when b
Syou feel a cold coming on. Ii, will avert
5danger of serious results and cur" quick- ~
ly. No harmful drurs. The Dickson E
hDrug Co.. Manning and Leon Fischer, to
The Philippine Coast Line.
)eep sea sailors used to laugh at:
dr brother mariners of the coast
se trade and refer to them as men
io "like to go to sea when they could
t home to dinner." This gibe would
ye little point in the Philippines. the
1st line of which has been found to
asure more than 11.000 miles-to be
act, 11,511 statute miles. in the
lippines there is one mile of coast
every ten miles of area. the total
ia of the islands being 115,026 square
tute miles. These figures are inter
ing when it is considered that the
:o in the United States is 232 square
les of area to one mile of coast line.
e figures for the United St tes have
erence to the coast line ofhe main
rt of the country, including islands
ng near the coast, but not including
acontiguous territory, such as Alas-.
and Porto Rico. The coast line of
United States so measured. with
at the experts call "three mile
ps," Is 13,026 statute miles, less than
00 miles in excess of the coast line
our eastern possessions.-New York
An Ingenious "Fire Box."
L very simple but nevertheless ef
tive method of making fire is used
the Arfak mountains, in Dutch I
rth New Guinea. The natives cut
section of bamboo, usually about
to inches long by two inches in di
eter, and into this are put a supply of
der and a small fragment of any
ng hard, preferably a piece of china
the natives can get hold of it. The
der is covered from the wet by a
ce of bark, and the "fire box" Is then
Ady for use whenever it is wanted.
get a light the native merely takes
piecp of china and a lump of tin
r between his thumb and first fin
- then, holding the bamboo in his
t hand, he strikes its surface sharp
with the china, causing a spark,
ich soon ignites the tinder. Even
white man soon acquires the knack
doing this, and the process is much
re effective and infinitely less labori
i than the usual method of produc
fire by friction.-Wide World Mag
Famous Stage Beauties
k with horror on Skin Eruptions,
tehes, Sores or Pimples. They don't
,e them, nor will any one, who uses
klen's Arnica Salve. It glorifies the
a. Eczema or Salt Rheum vanish be
3 it. It cures sore lips, chapped
ids, chilblains; heals burns, cuts and
ises. Unequaled for piles. Only 25c
LIthough it was not published until
'ear or two later, it is probable that
at wrote his famous "Ode to Au
an" in his sixteenth year, and, in
d, all his five great odes, among the
atest in any language, before he at
ned legal manhood. He died at
enty-five, so that all the great mas
pieces which came from his pen
y be regarded as the production of
oy. Robert-Burns wrote that scath
satire, "Holy Willie's Prayer"
en he had barely passed his youth,
I indeed, the whole of the poems in
P famous Kilynarnock edition, a copy
which sold' some little time since
-550, were written before he was
enty-fve. But even the precocity of
rs was put in the shade by that of
atterton, who committed suicide in
ft of despair In a London garret
ten he was seventeen. He wrote the
ele huge volume of the Rowley
uns when -he was a :schoolboy at
The Secret Terror.
'he haunting fear of sickness and
plessness is the secret terror of the
rking man. Health is his capital.
Iey disease sap a man's strength and
ality. They lessen his earning ca
:ity. Foley Kidney Pills bring back
ikh and strength by healing the dis
e. They are the best medicine made
kidney and bladder troubles. The
mine are in th'e yellow nackaire. Re
e any substitute. The Dickson Drug
,Manning and Leon Fischer, Sum
Paying For ai'ide In Africa.
a most parts of Africa the native
degroom has to pay the father of
abride in kind for his wife. In the
se of a regular marriage the amount
e to the fathe varies in accordance
th the sex of the first child born, a
being of less value thman a boy.
te payments consist of cattle, sheep.
es, spears, perhaps, and sometimes
mer useful articles. The final pay
nts are often not completed until
ars after the majrriage takes place,
d the bridegroom Is considered fair
ay by all the bride's relations. This
mlts in endless disputes. Payments
ide are often repudiated by the re
pleat. The amount agreed upon is con
intly matter for argument. and ar
met ends in fighting, raids on one
other and sometimes a long drawn
Kingsley's L.ove For His Wife.
Even a brief holiday at the seaside
is to Charles Kingsley too long an
sence from his wife. "'This place.
m perfect," he wrote on one occasion.
ut bi seems a dream and Imperfect
thout you. Blessed be God for the
mt, though I never before felt the
meliness of being without the beloved
ig whose every look and word and
>ton is the keynote of my life. Peo
atalk of love ending at the altar
Foils a Foul Play.
Wlten a shameful plot exists between
er and bowels to cause distress by re
sing to act, take Dr. King's Ne w Life
ls, and end such abuse of your sys
n. They gently compel right action
stomach, liver and bowels. and re
>re your health and all good feelings.
:at all druggists.
The Sacred Codfish.
rhe sacred codfish carved In wood is
be seen on the walls of the hall of
presentatives in the statehouse at
>ston. It occupies a place of honor
ween two classic pillars Immediate
opposite the desk of the speaker.
stonans aver that th~is is the orig
a sacred codfish of the old colony
Ld that it has had a place in the halls
the lawmakers of Massachusetts for
eer 150 years. It Is a nii!c of the as
mbly hall that gave way to the pres
it statehouse. The following is the
igin generally assigned to it:
One Captain John Welch of Boston
as the creator and carver of the fa
ous sh. In his time he was held
be a wood carver of no mean abil
r. He established himself In Dock
luare in 1747. A member of the An
et and Honorable Artillery compa
Welch rose in tIme to it s captain
.He was called on to contribute to
e decoration of the colonIal assem
y hall. and as at that pieriod codfish
as the colony's main article of export
'elch conceived the notion of immor
S Hardy as an Architect.
Most people know that Thomas Bar
ly's first profession was that of ar
'hitecture, but fewer are probably
tware of the nature of his earliest ef
orts as a scribe. It was a rather
trange one, consisting in the writing
)f love letters for the village girls of
ils native place to their soldier sweet
iearts in India. He did not even, like
Samuel Richardson, compose the let
ers, but was merely an amanuensis.
When Mr. Hardy began to write on
als own account his first article ap
)eared in Chambers' Journal. It was
in article entitled "How I Built My
self a House," written when the em
bryo novelist was designing churches
with Sir Arthur Blomfield. Mr. Hardy
was fond of his first profession, and
or twelve years he enjoyed it, becom.
ng a prize man of the Royal Institu
ion of British Architects in 1863. But
y the time he was thirty it had be
.ome clear to him that his work lay
mong books rather than houses and
shurches, and he relinquished archi
tecture for literature after the appear
ance of his first volume. "Desperate
Coughing at Night.
One bud cough can keep the whole
anily awake at night. Phil Disorneau,
chaffer, M ich , says: "I coul ' '" sleep
n account of a bad- cou' .. ' was
ery weak. I used Folb 'e. and
Car Compound, and soo: i '& t left
nd I slept soundly all u, The
)icKson Drug Co., Mann: . on
Within two minutes after the cab
stopped at the mission door the report
spread up and down the street tlat a
wedding was taking. place inside.
Within another two minutes the room
vas packed to the very doors. That
mudden rush of the crowd to the sane
:uary pleased the mission superintend
"If I had money to spare." he said.
'I would pay a bonus to young cou
les for getting married in a mission.
'he moral effect of one wedding is
orth a dozen sermons. 'o get the
est effect the ceremony ought to be
erformed in the middle of the serv
ce. No innovation that I have ever
ntroduied has had such a sobering
effect on the congregation. The ex
ample of a man once as far down in
he social scale as themselves having
:ecome sufficiently regenerated to as
sume the responsibilities of life stirs
avery bit of manhood there is in them.
"The trouble is, I can persuade very
'ew couples to be married in a mission.
'he- bridegrooms do not mind, but the
rides want something more exciu
se."-New York Times.
They Always Help Elderly People.
Foley Kidney Pills give just the help
1 d e r 1 y people need to tone. and
trengthen their kidneys and biadder
nd regulate their action. John Mc
dasters, Streator, Ill., says: "I feel
etter and stronger than I have for
nany years, and Foley Kidney Pills did
t." The Dickson Drug Co., Manning
.nd Leon Fischer. Summerton.
One of the greatest natural wonders
n the world is the falls of Kaleteur,
n British Guiana. The valley through
which the river flows, below the falls.
a quite impassable, and probably no
me has ever reached the bottom of the
raiL. The fall Is 741 feet high, more
:han four times the height of Niagara,
1dre than three times the heighte of
Bunker 111ll monument. 200 feet'high
ir than the Washington monument and
100 feet higher than St. Peter's dome.
A smooth but rapid river, nearly 400
eet wide. flows quietly to -the brink
mnd turns quietly downward. In Its
fall t breaks into soft white n~Et and
reaches the bottom In a chaos of seeth
ing clouds. There is a gentle roar.
lnly now and then, from the hidden
nvens at the bottom, a deep, thun
:lerous growl arises that gives some
Laint of the forces, contending there.
National Geographic Magazine.
A Feathered Beauty.
The quezal of Guatemala Is consid
ered the most beautiful bird in the
world. Its plumage vies with the rain
bow and shines with a metallic lust'er.
Until within the last few years it was
unknown to science, mainly owing to
the fact that It is. a hermit among the
feathered creatures. del'ghting in the
silence of high altitudes. It dwells on
mountain heights above 7,000 feet in
eevation. The quezal was the royal
bird of the Aztecs. and its plumes were
used to decorate the headdresses and
lor.ks of the kings of that land. Its
bi-east Is a brilliant scarlet, while its
reen tail attains a length of three feet.
It Is about the size of the common
pigeon. It nests In boles in rotten trees,
which It enlarges with its bill, so as to
make a roomy and comfortable resi
dene. The young are hatched totally
devoid of feathers.
Ask Your Neighbor
Flundreds of Manning Citizen Can
Tell You all About It.
Home endorsement, the public ex
pression of Manning people, should be
evidence bevond dispute for every Man
ning reader. Surely the evidence of
friends and neighbors, cheerfully given
by them, will carry more weight than
the utterances of strangers residing in
faraway places. Read the following:
George June, Manning. S. C., says:
" am pleased to make the fact known
that I have been benefitted by Doan's
Kidney Pills.- My kidneys troubled me
and the kidneg secretions were unnat
ural and were fiilled with sediment. My
back was lame and I did not get much
rest at night. Doan's Kidney Pills,
which I obtained at Dr. W. E. Brown &
Co.'s drug store, (now the Dickson Drug
Co.,) removed the lameness and soreness
and after takina this remedy, I felt
much better in every way."
For sale by all dealers. Price 5C
cents. Foster- Milburn Co., Buffalo,
~ew York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Doan's -and
take no other.
KU LLTHE COUGH
FOR |Jg **
AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES
Gl/A RANTEED ,7ATSFACYORY'
nO. MONEv RgFUNMaD.
To Peee Old People.
As one grows old the waste of the
system becomes more rapid than re
pair, the organs act more slowly and
less effectually than in youth, the cir
culation is poor, the blood thin and
Vinol, our delicious cod liver and
iron tonic without oil, is the ideal
strengthener and body-builder for old
folks, for it contains the very ele
ments needed to rebuild wasting tis
sues and replace weakness with
strength. Vinol also fortifies the sys
tenq against colds and thus prevents
A grandneice of Alexander Hamil
ton, over eighty years of age, once
remarked: "Vinol is a godsend to old
people. Thanks to Vinol, I have a
hearty appetite, sleep soundly, feel
active and well. It is the finest tonic
and strength-creator I have ever
If Vinol fails to build up the
feeble old people, and create
strength, we will return your money.
Dickson's Drug Sore, Mauning, S. C.
Why Metals Rust.
Gold does not tarnish like other
petal because it is not acted upon by
oxygen or water. It is Wie moisture in
the atmosphere which causes other
metals to tarnish, owing to their oxi
dation. Water conEilns a large pro
portion of oxygen, and it is the oxygen,
of course, in the moist air combining
with the surface of the metals that
covers them with tarnish. Platinum,
like gold, resists the influence of oxy
gen and moisture and when pure nei
ther rusts nor tarnishes. Aluminium
also does not rust, neither hot nor cold
water having any action upon it. The
sulphureted hydrogen of the atmos
phere, which so readily tarnishes sil
er, has no effect upon aluminium.
which under ordinary circumstances
preserves its appearance as perfectly
as gold does. Silver tarnishes on ex
posure to the air, the agent producing
this effect beirg the sulphur. Iron is
the metal which tarnishes and rusts
most easily, its oxidization proceeding:
until the metal is completely eaten or
burnt away with the rust.
Sir Philip Sidney Outdone.
In the seventh century wars between
Denmark and Sweden a wounded
Dane was about to raise a wooden 'bot
tle of water when a cry reached him
from a wounded Swede stretched on
the ground at a little distance. The
good Dane. using the words of Sir
Philip Sidney, stumbled to the side of
his enemy and, saying, "Thy need is
greater than mine," kneeled down and
offered the water to his lips. But the
Swede, suddenly raising a pistol, fired
and wounded the, Dane in the shoul
"Rascal!" cried the twice wounded
soldier of Denmark. "I would have
befriend you, and you would murder
me In return. Now I will punish you.
I would have given you the whole bot
tle, but now you shall have only half."
He then raised the bottle to his lips,
drank of It and afterward gave It Into
the hand that had attempted to kill
From the best accoilts it appears
that tkefirst bicycle-meaning by the
i'm -a two wheeled .machins for hu
uian. locomoton-was made in France
about the year 1815. This pioneer ma
chine was a very awkward affair, con
sisting of a couple of heavy wooden
wheels of equal diameter, one behind
the other and joined together by a Ion- ,
gitudinal wooden bar on which the rid.
er's seat was fixed, the mode of pro
pulsion being the pushing of the feet
against the ground. Not for fifty years
was any real progress made. In 1860
the machine with the big driving wheel
with the little find wheel was invent
ed by Michaux of Pais, and a few
years later came the "safety," which,
with many Improvements, Is the ma
chine we have today.-New York
Change In Fortunee.
He was a regular sport and an un
doubted gent. He entered the cafe
with an air, he seated himself at a
table with a flourish. The chiefest of pi
the waiters noted him and fen to his H
"Give me the bill of fare," sighed the
"Yes, sir!" breathed the waiter.
"By the way, .waiter, your face i
"Possibly, sir. Last year I was a
guest here, not a servant But-If you
will pardon me for my presumption
I seem to know your face too."
"Probably. Last year I was a waiter
Isn't it pathetic, this renewing of
old friendships? - Cleveland Plain
A Case of Poetic Justice. - ..
The following is a case of poetic jus
tice as meted out in France: A Pari
sian architect was sitting in his office
when he heard a knock at the door.
As he wished to be alone he took no
notice of the knock, but went on with
his work. A few mboments later he
heard a key moving In the lock. Not
doubting that his visitor was a robber,1
the architect armed himself with a re
voer and quietly hid behind some
curtains. Presently the thief entered
and proceeded to rifle the place. Then
suddenly he started and grew pale. In
a mirror he had seen a revolver leveled
at his head from behind the curtains.
"Open the window," ordered the ar
chitect. "and shout 'Police' "
The burglar had no alternative but
to obey and so summoned the officer by
whom be was to be arrested.-Green
Bag. __ _ _ _ _ _
The Mighty Herring.
Few of us realize the vastness of
the herring industry, yet It Is highly .
important In many places, including -
New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Quebec.
British Columbia, Newfoundland, Eng
land. Scotland, Wales, Ireland. Nor- s
way, Sweden, Denmark, Russia. Ger-a
many, Holland. Belgium, France, Ja
pan, and Siberia. So long agets 1720
some 2,000 of "the princIpal gentlemen
of Scotland" formed a company for
herring fishing, but were quickly dis
rupted, leaving a mournful lot of stock
holders. Thirty years later the Prince
of Wales became president or governor
of a herring fishery. with a capital of
?500.000. Efforts were made to learn t
the secrets of the Duten methods of
curing herrIngs, but the company soon r
collapsed. The spawnIng and feeding
grounds of herrIngs have determined1
the location of cities, and In several b
Instances the actual destiny of nations
and the fate of monarchs appear to tl
have been involved in the herring fish-I,
See How Many Xmas
Gifts A Dollar Will Buy.
At Our Store.
No need to worry about your money
holding out. . The wise ones and those
who really want to save are coming
our way. Our'tremendous variety of
appropriate Gift Goods, consisting of
many useful items at prices from 5c to
25c makes this store the natural cen
ter of attraction.
Dolls, Doll Carriages, Toys, China
Ware, Tinware, ~Enameiware,
Candies, Pictures, Xmas Post
Cards, Handkerchiefs, Rib
bons, Laces, Glassware,
EVERYTHING 1U MAKE LII I LI FULKS HHArL
The 5, 10, 25c. Store,
IlANNINU, S. C.
( iQY- Fbof~Wt Prst in Trrying It.
"WhCFat i:, an ntptirnist. pa",'
"An optimist ; a m~n who' domes
bo:" l:te:ncl thinuks be can get in
witlhoutt his wife knowing It."-Clncin
Airing our Prerane does not
yo.ways make their o'r any sweeter.
eOscar- vat ps a bscheuorn Adolph
A bahelor. OsJar. 2s. a man Pot no
iwoman nas daken a fancy to-Bos
Let a man overcome anger by love,
let him overcome evil by good, the
If you grow Peas a STAR PEA HULLER will please and greedy by tsberaity. the liar by truth.
s you. If you use fertilizer see our Force feed Distributor, the aChronicCae
opper Holds 100 pounds. If you plow cotton and corn. tong''aske torhe compaie.v
See Tbe J. M. B. $20 Cotton and Corn Plow Stock, The Steel "Ever since we were married," re
ean will not break or bend. Write us for circulars and prices, pied Meely sadly.
Our offer to the readers of this paper will interest you. Courage consists not in blindly over
looking dangern but in seeing It and
n 'conquering i-Richter.
ForceofThe anagrabu. or transposition of the
huhletters in words or sentences. was
11actormuch in d motue in Greece In the olden
times. The Cabalists. or Jewish doc
tors, thought that the anagram always
pointed out a man's destiny, and If his
name written backward or transposed
dIn any way spelled a word with mean
ing they firmly believed it a revelation.
The ftatterers or James I. of England
proved his right to the British mon
archy as the descendant of the myth
F O Rical King Arthur from his., name,
uCharles James Stuart, which becomes
"claims Arthur's seat." The best ana
grams are those wach have in the
new order of letters some signification
appropriate to that from which they
are formed. When Pilate asked -Quid
wet veritas?" (What is trutt be prob
ably had no idea that his question an
swered Itself, but It did. The transpo
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see their name comes from the Greek
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