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Young: women may
ness arid pain, says Miss Alma Pratt, if
they will only have faith in the use of
Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
"Dear Mrs. Pinktiam : I feel it my duty to tell all young -women
how much L,ydia E.Pinkliam's -wonderful Vegetable Compound has
done for me. I was completely run down, unable to attend school, and
did not care for any kind of society, but now I feel like a new person,
and have gained seven pounds of flesh in three months.
" I recommend it to all young women who suffer from female weak
ness.'' Miss Aljia Pratt, Holly, Mich.
FREE MEDICAIj ADVICE TO YOUNG GIRLS.
All younjr srirls at this period of life are earnestly invited to
vrrlte Mrs. IMnkham for advice; she has guided in a motherly way
hundreds of youns women; her advice is freely and cheerfully
given, and her address is Lynn, Mass.
Jndffiiifr from the letters she is receiving" from so many yotmr girls Mrs.
Pinkham believes that our girls are often pushed altogether too near the
limit of their endurance nowadajs in our public schools and seminaries.
Nothing is allowed to interfere "with studies, the girl must be pushed to
the front and graduated with honor ; often physical collapse follows, and it
takes years to recover the lost vitality, often it is never recovered.
A Young Chicago Girl, Saved from Despair.
"Dear Mrs. Pinkham : I wish to thank you for the help and ben
efit I have received through the use of L.ydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound and Liver Pills. When I was about seventeen
years oiu 1 suaaeniy seemuu. 10 iota my usuai
. " . .... . ti. 1 1 ;,i t in
Lvdla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the ono sure rem
cdv to he relied upon at this important period in a young girl s
life ; with it she can go through with courage and safety the work
she must accomplished fortify her physical well being so that
her future life may be insured against sickness and suffering.
FORFEIT if vre cannot forthwith produce tha original letters and eignatnres of
Ibova testimonials, which will prove their absolute genuineness.
Lydia E. pinkham Zlcdicioe Co., Lynn, Msm,
The genius o hospitality is not 60 much
in making people meet, but in helping
thein to part on good terms. Keruumbcr
tnat! -Jonn Oliver llobbes.
Nothing in the world is more haughty
than a man ot moderate capacity wiieu
once raised to power. W'essenburg.
S4.00, S3. 50, S3.C0, S2.50
VT.Jj. Douglas shoes
are worn by more
men than any other
make. The reason
is, they hold their
8ha pe,iit be 1 1 e r, wear
longer, and have
greater intrins ic
1 A. 1
.vaiue mau any i"ftv
Sold Everywhere. jxJ7M
T.onk Tor Haui nnd prici- on loltorn.
DoiilnH Cnnina ColtsUlii, tvliicli 19
eTrvwliffrMtii-ecltl (olc lie fines. I'afent
latnr yt prcxl nool. Fust Co or E yle's psi d.
Shoes bv limil.2". -erif extf. Wrili (or Cnluli.tf.
W. L- DOIGLAS, Itruckton, iabS.
A Large Trial Box end book of in
Btructions absolutely Free and Post
paid, enough to prove the value cf
Pax tine Is in powder
form to dissolve In
and far superior to liquid
alcohol which irritates
inflamed surfaces, and
have no rleassir.g prop
erties. The contents
of every box makes
moro Antiseptic Solu
tion lasts longer
uses in the family and
you can buy.
The formula of a noted Boston physician,
and used with .great success as a Vaginal
Wash, for Leucorrhcea, Pelvic Catarrh, Nasal
Catarrh, Sore Throat, Sore Eyes, Cuts,
and a!! soreness of mucus membrane.
In local treatment of female ills Paxtine is
invaluable. Used as a Vaginal Wash vre
challonjre the world to produce its equal for
thoroughness. Itisareveiationin cleansing
and healing power; it kills all germs which
cause inflammation and discharges.
All leauir.gdruRgists keep Paxtine; price, 50c.
a box; if yours does not, send to us for it. Don't
t a'-e a substitute there is nothing like Paxtine.
Write fort he Free Box of Faxtlne to-day.
R. PAXT03 CO., 4 Pope Bldg., Boston, Mass.
The New Boon for Woman's Ills.
SILENT suffering from any form of female
disorder Is no longer necessary. Many
modest women would rather die by inches
than consult anyone, even byletter. abouttheir
: ... m.. PISO'S TAHrKTSatta.-kthe
3 source of the disease and eive relief from the
start. Whatever form of illness altncts you, cur
interesting treatise. Causes of Diseases in
Women, nrill rxnlain vour trouble and our
. u n r,t a rm wfll hA mailed free t
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avoid much sick-
vitality, l amer siuu j. sscuuicu. iuu
hard, but tlie doctor tnougnt, auierent uuu
prescribed tonics, which I took by the
quart without relief. Reading one day in
the paper of Mrs. Pinkham's great cures,
and rinding the symptoms described an
swered mine, I decided I would give L.ydla
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a
trial. I did not say a word to the doctor;
I bought it myself, and took it according
to directions regularly for two months,
and I found that I gradually improved,
and that all pains left me, and I was my
old self once more. Liixie E. Sinclair,
17 E. 22d St., Chicago 111."
Exhausted the Font.
Sir Samuel Sims saw sweet Sara Samp
son swimming. Suddenly fbe seemed sink
ing. Sir Samuel stood s-tunr.ed. Strid.Tifj
tea-.vard. spurning shingle, Sir Samu-1
swiftly twain Sarawards. ir Samuel
skillfully supported swooning Sara. Swim
ming shorewards Sir Samuel successfully
succored Sara. Seeming somewhat shaky.
Sir Samuel snnipled some spirits special
Scotcli. fara saw Sir Samuel's selt'-sa-;-riiicing
sjiirit; Sir Samuel saw Saras
sweetness. Sir Samuel noon sought Sara.
Striding slowly, Sara sighed softly. Sir
Samuel seemea speecniess
"Sweet Sara sweetheart!"
Sara solemnly surrendered.
l'leace ctop tliie. We are chort of eccec.
(Printer). X. Y. News.
"Sir!" exclaimed the injured party,
"you stuck your umbrella into my eye."
"O, no," replied the cheerful offender,
"you are mistaken."
"'"M'sfaken ?" demanded the irate man.
"You idiot, I know when my eye is hurt,
"Doubtless." replied the cheerful fel
low, "but vcu don"t know my umbrella.
1 borrowed this one from a friend lo
dav." Strcy Stories.
It's the neglect of backache, side ache,
pain in the hips or loins
that finally prostrates the
strongest body. The kid
ney warning's are serious
t hey tel 1 you that they are
unable to filter the body's
waste and poison from the
blood the sewers are
clogged and impurities
are running wild to im
pregnate nerves, heart,
brain and every organ of
the body with disease ele
ments. Doan's Kidney
Pills are quick to soothe
and strengthen sick kid
neys, and help them free
the system from poison. Head how
valua ble they are, even in cases of long
L. C. Lovell, of 415 North First St.,
Spokane, Wash., says: "I have had
trouble from my kidneys for the past
ten years. 1 1 was caused by a strain to
which I paid little attention. But as I
neglected the trouble, it became worse
end worse until any strain or a slight
cold was sure to be followed by severe
pain across my back. Then the action
of the kidney secretions became de
ranged and I was caused much annoy
ance besides loss of sleep. Doans Kid
ney Pills were brought to my notica
and after taking them a short time
their good effect was apparent. All
the pnin was removed from my back
and the kidney secretions became nor
mal. Donn's Kidney Pills do all that is
claimed for them."
A FREE TRIALof this great remedy
which cured Sir. Lovell will be mailed
on application toany part of the United
States. Address Foster-Milburn Co.,
Buffalo, N. Y. For saie by all drug
gists, price 50 cents per tox.
'Say something, Sir Samuel, saici oara.
"Say Sam. Sara,'' said Sir Samuel.
Sara, smiling shyly, softly said "Sam."
"Sara Sallv!" stammered Sir Samuel.
Two Valuable Bulletins.
Two verv instructive bulletins
!,have just been issued by the Ten
nessee experiment station. One of
these deals with crops for the silo
and the other with increasing the
3'ield of corn. These two bulletins
ar based on careful experimental
data extending over a period of sev
eral years. The bulletin on silage
crops gives a detailed statement
with reference to the co?t of soil
preparation and fertilization for the
various silage crops and also an
itemized account of harvesting and
placing the same in the silo. It also
discusses the best crops for the silo,
tise influence of different distances
of planting on yield and the quantity
and qualit.3- of silage obtained from
them. The largest yields were ob
tained from sorghum and it also
makes an excellent quality of silage.
Corn and sorghum may be planted
together so that the silage will con
sist of about o0 per cent of each
crop. This increases the yield and
makes a very desirable kind of food.
It has not been possible to raise a
large enough per cent of cow peas
with corn to have any material ef
fect on the feeding value of the
silage. Soy beans have not proved
very satisfactory when placed in the
silo by themselves, and it is difficult
to mix them properly with corn or
sorghum when grown separately.
The bulletin on increasing the
yield of corn is one of great value
to Southern farmers. It points out
the importance of adapting varie
ties to the different soil locations and
shows this to be a very important
factor in the production of large
crops of corn and one which seems
to have been rather generally over
looked. The table giving the results
of tests of a numbe of varieties
of corn for two to fo.r years past
13 a valuable feature of the bulletin.
The bulletin is well illustrated and
contains data of great value to all
those interested in the raising of
corn. These two bulletins will form
a valuable addition to the library
of any farmer and they can be had
free of cost on application to the ex
periment station at Knoxville, Tonn.
Money Order Raisers.
Money order raisers, who have
worked in Birmingham, Asheville
aud Atlanta, fleeced two Knoxville
jewelers last week. Some shrewd
forger is believed to be using two
negroes as his tools. Going to the
jewelry stores the negroes bought
cheap watches and offered in pay
ment money orders for $30 each.
These were" taken by the jewelers
and the difference in cash paid. At
the postoflice, when the orders were
examined, it was found that the or
ders had been raised from T0 cept.
The work is of the best and almost
Madison Fruit Crop Safe.
The fruit crop of Madison coun
ty has not been injured to any ap
preciable extent by the recent cold
weather. The planters of the coun
tv Avore apprehensive over the mat
ter, but now report that the crop
was not hurt, and say Ihere will be
a large yield this year.
Examination at Vandcrbllt.
The examination of candidates"
for the Cecil I'hodes scholarship at
Oxford, begun at Vanderbilt last
wc(k. Four candidates appeared,
John A. Hardin, University of Ten
nessee; Henry D. Phillips, Univers
ity of the South; (i. C. Scoggin and
John J. Tigert, Jr., Vanderbilt.
Corn Planting in Weakley.
Spring is on in earnest in Weak
ley county, and all the farmers are
busy preparing their soil for plant
ing! If the weather remains good
the present week, several hundred
acres of corn will be planted around
New Jail' for Chester.
The quarterly court of Chester
count-, at its meeting in Henderson
last week, ordered the erection of
a new jail to be built on the site of
the old one. The building is to be
a substantial one.
Measles Suspend School.
School was suspended in Bells
last week on account of measles. Be
sides, Mr. Muse, the principal of
the school, had a very sick child,
who died, to the regret of the en
Yellow Flag in Gallatin.
The "yellow flag' remains hoisted
in Gallatin, and four victims are re
ported to le suffering with small
pox. Howard Female College has
closed and all the boarders were sent
home until the scare has subsided.
The white victims are Dr. Williams,
Mrs. Cole, L.- S. White and J. It.,
the 2-year-old son of Elder White.
Manraret Carter, a negress. is also
suffering with the disease. The phy
sicians of the town are Kept busy
St. Louis Trip Arranged.
Jtutlcdge Smith, secretarv of the
Tennessee Press Association, has re
turned from St. Louis, vwhpre he
went to arrange for accommodations
for the association, which meets
there May 17, the date also of the
World's Press Parliament meeting.
Accommodations were arranged for
at the Inside Inn, an up-to-date ho
tel inside the fair grounds. The
members are anticipating a great
iime at. their meeting this next
A Beautiful Tribute.
On the death of the Hon. John
W. Gates, who died in Jackson a
few days since, a friend who was
dearly beloved by him from early
youth unto death wrote the follow
ing beautiful tribute:
"A brighter mind, a bigger heart,
a more lovable character never light
ened, and lifted, and warmed the
hearts of men. Gifted, cultured,
graceful, fitted for forum, or stage,
or" pulpit, he yet sought the humbler
paths where good deds are glorified
in living hearts. Counsel for those
who essayed to profit by precept,
sympathy for the sorrowing, encour
agement for the struggling, sun
shine for all who walked his way,
was his life's mission, nobly ful
filled. Patience in trouble, charity
for weakness, the gentle answer that
turneth away wrath, were all his.
He found happiness in the dried
tear, pride in good deeds, reward in
love. And thus he lived and died
tenderly concerned for all who
suffer to the la planning and
building and drawing for others
with the fitful breathings of the
still hour in love and charity for
the whole world, and a sweetness
that pain could not sour, and a faith
that long suffering could not shake.
"JJeficcting on a character so no
ble, so full of the sweetness with
which we clothe the angels, must
bring to the soul the sublime hope
of immortality. Such lives were not
given to be taken away, save that
they may shine the brighter some
where. God help us all to this sweet
Wolf Killed Near Jackson.
Richard A. Purhell, a farmer re
siding west of 'Jackson, killed a large
she wolf a few nights since, while
it was preparing with another wolf
to attack his shecpfokl. Mr. Pur
nell had been missing sheep several
nights and he killed his large shep
herd, whom he suspected of commit
ting the deed, but the sheep con
tinued to disappear. He watched
and about midnight two black ob
jects approached the fold, when he
pulled both barrels of his gun, kill
ing one, the other escaping. The
wolf he killed was immense in size,
the largest ever seen in that section
of the country.
The King's Daughters.
The eighth annual State conven
tion of the King's Daughters con
vened in Xashville last week. Over
fifty delegates were prerent. Organ
ization was effected at the morning
session after devotional exercises;
and at the afternoon meeting an ad
dress of welcome was- delivered by
Mrs. Eugene Crutcher, of Xash
ville, with a response from R. I..
Abernathy. Pulaski. The report of
the btate treasurer showed the or
ganization to be free of debt with a
balance in the treasury.
Difficulty at Jackson.
Granville Hart, proprietor of a
Jackson restaurant, had some trou
ble last week with A. D. Duggr. a
former gmceryman of that city, and
Hugger cut Hart's throat. Eight
stitches had 1 be taken in the
Avoiind, and it is said Hart will re
cover. Young Man Drowned.
Clarence Tucker, a young white
man, was drowned in ;he backwater
near Jones' slough, ten -miles west
of Ripley last week. He was out
in a small dugout when the waves
upset the boat and carried the un
fortunate young man down to his
death. A high wind was raging at
T. P. A. Not Liable.
Judge C. D. Clark of the Federal
Court.sitting at Knoxville lat week,
decided that the widow cf Jerry Jar
nagin cannot recover $.",00( insur
ance from the T. 1'. A., her hus
band having been killed in a fight
at EaFollette. According to T. P.
A. policies money cannot bo recov
ered where a person suicides or is
deliberated killed bv some one else.
New Trunk Factory.
Another trunk factory will soon
bt one of the new industries of
Memphis. John Kincaid is the pro
moter and he has interested several
wealthy Memphians in the project.
The factory will be located on Main
street, and will manufacture all
classes of trunks.
State Superintendent Mvnders
last week announced teachers' in
stitutes as follows : '
One each at Union City, Jackson
and Dickson, to begin June t.
One each at Gallatin, Dayton and
Joncsboro. to begin June ?,
One at Huntingdon, to begin
Another institute, to be located in
the southeastern part of Middle Ten
nessee, and an institute for colored
teachers will be announced l?ter.
Insane Man Suicides.
George Peeler, aged 47, com
mitted suicide by hanging himself
last week at the Central ho-pital
for the insane, the fact coming to
public notice through the receipt of
the" dead man's body at hi; home
in Wadeville. Peeler tied one end
of the rope to the top of a step-ladder
and the other alnnit his neck.
His feet touched the floor, but b.2
threw his weight again-t the cord
and strangled himself.
HADN'T THOUGHT OF THAT.
There Wers Obstacles to th Fr
Movement of DoorSx That
There was a man who had read that it
was 6afer to make the doors of all houses
open outward instead of inward, says the
He remembered it, and when he built a
house of his own he had all the outer
doors hung in accordance with that idea.
One bright morning in March he moved
into his new home.
Late in the evening of the same day it
began to snow, and it kept on snowing un
til the ground was covered a foot deep.
Then the wind blew and piled the snow
After which it tgan to rain.
The rain later turned to sleet and the
mercury sank 2D degrees.
And the next morning the neighbors
were astonished bryond measure at the
sight of a frenzied nian with his head thrust
out of a second story front window of thit
house, geeticulating wildly to a boy on the
sidewalk and begging him for heaven's
sake to go and call the lire department
and 'have the ice and snow blasted away
from his doors so he could open tliem and
get,out of the house.'
Something Like a Walter.
Stranger (to hotel proprietor) Have
you a vacancy among your waiters.
Hotel Proprietor Well, 1 don't know.
I suppose I might make a place for a man
of tine address like you. Have you ever
had anv experience in waitirg?
"Well, 1 should say so. i waited 13
years to marrv a girl, and last wek she
married another fellow." Stray Stones.
A Nurseryman's Experience.
Tarlton, Tenn., April 18th Mr. E. J.
Morton, proprietor of the Tarlton
Nurseries, has given for publication some
of his experiences, which, no doubt, will
interest a great many people who are try
ing to overcome similar difficulties. Among
other things he says:
"1 will answer all inquirers who enclose
a stamp for reply and will be pleased to
tell them just how 1 cured myself of a
serious case of Kidney Urinary and Blad
der trouble which had tortured me for
over'three years. , I had a fearful burning
sensation when urinating nnd was in very
bad shape till I commenced to use a medi
cine called Dodd's Kidney Pills.
"In a very short time I found I was
getting better and I kept on till I was
completely cured. Every symptom of my
old trouble is gone and, besides being cured
of this particular trouble, my general
health is better than it has been for j-cars.
I feel like a new man and am ready at all
times to testify to the wonderful curing
powers of Dodd's Kidney Tills."
Mrs. Bacon I see by the pr.psrs that the
average family in the United States has
four rd seven-tenths persons.
Mr. Hacon I suppose I'm tue seven
ten'.hs in this family. Yonkers States
man. CUTICURA PILLS
For Coollnc and Cleansing tie Bloo
la Tortarlns, Disfigarins Humors
00 Chocolate rills 22c.
Cuticura Resolvent Tills (chocolate
coated) are the product of twenty-rive
years' practical laboratory experience in
the preparation of remedies for the treat
ment of humors of the skin, scalp nnd
blood, with loss of hair, and are confident
ly believed to be superior to all other
blood purifiers, however expensive. Com
plete external and internal treatment for
every humor may now be had for $1.00,
consisting of Cuticura Soap to cleanse the
skin, Cuticura Ointment to heal the skin,
and Cuticura Resolvent Tills to cool and
cleanse the blood. A single set is often
sufficient to cure.
'07 (after slapping the wrong man fa
miliarly on the back) '"Oh, pardon me,
sir. 1 thought you were some one else."
'0 "You are quite correct. 1 am."
Hand rower Hny rres fSS.OO.
Greatest, simplest, best invention of the
ge. A boy can make regular sized HxlSx
48 in. bales like fun. and two boys can
bale three tons per daj easily.
SgXD THIS NOTICE TO-D.VY
f o the John A. Salzer Seed Co., T.a Crosse,
Wis., with 5c stamps for maiiirg. and get
their biz catalog, fully describing th is great
Hay Tres?, so al?o hundreds ot tool and
thousands of varieties of Farm and Vege
table Seeds. K. L.
Mabel "Why didn't you scream when
he put his arms around jou?' Kthel
"1 wanted to, but couldn't, and wiieu I
could 1 didu t want to.' ASutlc Inter
inouutain. Toadies Can Wear Shoes
One size smaller after using Allen's Foot
Kase. A certain cure for swollen, sweating,
hot. aching feet. At idl druggists, 2oc. Ac
cept no substitnf e. Trial package FRKK.
Address A. S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
fJreat minds must be ready not only to
trke opportunities, but to make them.
Do not believe Tiso's Cure for Ccnump
t ion has an equal lor coughs' and cold?. 3.
F. Boyer, Trinity Springs, Jnd., Feb. 15. 1900.
It is, cf course the unexpected that al
ways happenn,'1ut that doesn't make any
difference to the 1-told-you-so person.
Putnam Fadeless Dyes produce the
brightest and fastest colors.
It takes more than a fence to make
garden. Chicago Trihune.
Skin Diseases, Bone Pains, Itchlngs,
Aching Back, Blood Poison, Eczema,
TO PROVE IT, REMEDY SENT FKEE,
The above pictures show what Botanic Blood
Balm will do.clearing tbsskln, healing U sores
an J eruptions, making the blood pare and rich.
We have confidence in Botanic Blood Balm IB. B.B.I
and we senj it free, all charges prepaU d'twf to any
sufferer who will write us. We have cured with B.B.B.
to stay cureJ. thousanJs of men nj women, who
suffered from all stages of impure blood, after every
known remedy, doctors, and specialist had failed.
IIow to tell you have blood disease.
If you have the tell-tale pimples or eruptions on any
part of ilie boJy.rheumatic aches and pains in bones or
Joints, acliinz back, swollen Elands, or swellings and
rislnzs on the skin; blood feels hot and watery, skin
itches an J burns.eczema.scabby sores. mucous patches
in the mouth.sore tliroat.scrofulaopper-colored spots
hair on eyebrows Tallinn out, boils, carbuncles, rash on
the skin, ulcers.weak kidneys:eatinx. festering sores;
you may be certain you suffer from poison in the blood
Get the poison oat of your system
by taking Botanic Blood Balm B. B. B.l It Is a purely
vegetable extract, tiioroughly tested in hospital and
private practice with over 5.C00 cures made of the most
obstinate cases. Botsnic BlooJ Balm B.B.B. heals
al1 sores, stops ail aches and pains, reduces all swel
lings, makes blood pure and rich, completely chang
ing the entire holy into a clean, healthy condition.
Botanic Blood Balm Cures Cancers of all Kinds.
Suppurating Swellings. Eating Sores. Tumors, ugly
Ulreri. it kills the Cancer Poison and heals the Sores
or worst Cancer perfectly. If you have a presistent
Pimple. Wart. Swellings. Shooting, Stinging Pains,
take Blood Balm and they will disappear before they
develop into Cancer. Many apparently hopeless cases
of Cancer cured by taking Botanic Blood BalmlBBB.J
Sold by all druggists. $1.00 per large bottle with
complete directions for home cure.
For free sample write Blood Balm Co.. Atlanta. Ga.
Describe your trouble, and special free medical advice
10 suit vour case also sent in sealed letter.
I already satisfied Ibal B. B. B. it what you nee:'
lake a large bottle as directed on label, and wfcea th.
right Quantity is taken a cure is certain, sore snv
Ustiof. II oot cored year money will he refunds.
A MBCHBGAN MAYOR SAYS :
" I Know Pe-ru-na is a Fine Tonic for a
Worn Out System."
Hon. Kelson Rice of St. Joseph, Mich., knows of a large number ot
grateful patients in his county who have been cured by Peruna.
Hon. Nelson Rice, Maj-or of SL Joseph, Micliiffan, writes :
Tlie Teruna Mediciue Co., Columbus, Ohio :
Gentlemen: ' I wish to congratulate yon on the success of your efforts to
win the confidence of the public in need" of a reliable medicine. know
Peruna is a fine tonic tor a worn out system and a specific ia cases of
catarrhal difficulties. You have a iarge number ot grateful patients in
this county who have used Peruna and have been cured by it, and who
praise it above all other medicines. Peruna has my heartiest good
wishes." Nelson Rice.
MARCH, APRIL, MAY.
Weak Nerves, Poor Digestion,
Impure Blood, Depressed
The sun has just crossed the equator
on its yearly trip north. Tlie real
equator is shifted toward the north
rearly eighteen miles every day. With
the return of the sun comes the bodily
ills peculiar to sprinjr. With one per
son t li e n e r ves are w eaU : an ot i 1 e r person,
digestion poor; with others the blood is
out of order: and still others have
depressed spirits and tired fee! in?.
All these things are especially true of
those who have been suffering with
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must have a sufficient supply of
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