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tamped on the bottom.
"Mandy," sold the lady of the house
indignantly, "did you steal my Jan silk
stockings?" ' '
"Lor', Miss Edith, "how you done
tulk. Me steal? Poor old Mandy never
done steal nothing."
"How does It come I found them In
your room behind the trunk?"
"Now, Miss Edith, ain't you jes! the
smartest, though, finding thera stock
ings there when I done forgot where
It was I put them. No'm, I dln't steal
'em ; I Jes' forget thein."
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eral Tonic because it contains the well
known tonic properties of QUININE and
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Mrs. Yeast I see by the paper thnt
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Mr. Yenst rThut's why Cuesnr
thought Mrs. Cnesur's letters were oitt
of sight, I expect. - ' " .
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OVERALLS, WORK SHIRTS tc of
Standard Oor over 75 years
are every inch thoroughbred. Firm, strongly
woven cloth, that resists wear and weather.
Color that lasts as long as the cloth.
You can tell the genuine I 1 STIFEL'S INDIGO
by this little nark tW
back of the cloth in.
Look for it and youll never be disappointed in the wear of your working '
clothes for it's the CLOTH in the garment that gives the wear.
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last for years without repairs; whjr they are the easiest running of all
wafons: whv as a matter of real economy you should use Peter Schuttler
wagons. It will pay you
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price that money
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( Ideal Wife.
Miss Marlon Pomeroy Smith,' the
Cape Cod heiress who has Just won a
legal contest for the control of her
huge fortune, believes in women's
rights. ' "
"There will be fewer divorces," she
said to a reporter, ''when men treat
women as their equals."
" 'Do you know the kind of wife my
Ideul is?' a married man once said to
me. , -
" 'Of course, I do, said I. 'Your ideal
wife is the kind that's titckled to death
over a birthday present of a bag of
flour.' " - ,
For many years druggists have watched
with much interest the remarkable record
maintained by Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
the great kidney, liver and bladder rem
edy. It is a physician's prescription. , .
Swamp-Root is a strengthening medi
cine. Dr. Kilmer used it for years in his
private practice. It helps the kidneys,
liver and bladder do the work nature in
tended they should do. ,
Swamp-Root has stood the test of years.
It is sold by all druggists on its merit and
it will help you. No other remedy can
successfully take its place.
Be sure to get SwampRoCt and start
treatment at 'once.
However, if you wish first to test this
great preparation send ten cents to Dr.
Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a
sample bottle. When writing be sure and
mention this paper. Adv.
"I nm In favor of peace nt any
"Yes," replied the pessimist ; "but
suppose you wake up some morning
and find you haven't got the price?"
Disagreeable and Dangerous Trouble
Is Diarrhoea, but a speedy and certain
cure is found in Mississippi Diarrhoea
Cordial. Price 25c and 60c Adv.
Cuba has the largest orange grove
In the world, covering 2,000 acres.
Stle. Granulated Eyelids, Sore and Inflamed
By., healed promptly by the UM of KOalAN
KVI BALSAM. Adr.
Women are employed pi undertakers
and grave diggers in Austria.
stamped on the
side the garment
... luui,,W 1UUIUIUM DIUI.
v lawman tag. Montreal. tt.Duv,ettfBt.roiiiot.
of the finest materials. That's the
Schuttler story in a nutshell, and
to mveSLigaie. ass ysw eeaso- aa ana iw ear im i
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Peter Sclmttler Co., Chicago, 111,
HEAD OF FARMERS
SUCCEEDS L. M. RHODES, WHO
HELD OFFICE FOR SEVERAL
MEETING! WELL ATTENDED
Retiring President Enjoys Large Ac
quaintance With Farmers of the
State New Incumbent Had
( ' , . No Opposition. "
Nashville. Tenn. At the 'annual
meeting; of the Tennessee Farmers'
Union, held in Nashville, J. H. Hoff
man of Gibson county was elected
president, succeeding L. M. Rhodes of
Huntingdon, who has been the head
of the union for several terms.
Mr. Rhodes has been an active work
er for the union and probably enjoys
a larger acquaintance with farmers in
Tennessee than any man: Hoffman,
the new president, was a member of
the state senate in the last general
assembly from Gibson county.
C. W. Hooks of Atwood was re-elected
secretary-treasurer. C. S. Barrett
of Georgia, the national president, was
present and addressed the union. Six
ty counties were represented by coun
ty unions. The sessions of the union
TO FIGHT TUBERCULOSIS.
Tennessee Organization Started Anew.
Many People Interested. ,
Nashville, Tenn. The Tennessee
Anti-Tuberculosis Association was for
mally reorganized at a meeting held
here. A new constitution and by
laws was adopted and the following
officers were elected: President, Bol
ton Smith, Memphis; vice president,
Henry TetWebaum, Nashville; secre
tary, Mrs. Charles D. Sullivan, Nash
ville; treasurer, John Stagmaier, of
Chattanooga. In addition to the pres
ident and secretary ex-officio the mem
bers of the executive committee are:
Dr. Max Goltman, Memphis; Mrs. K.
P. Jones. Maryville; William R. Pon
der, Johnson City; J. H. Allison, Nash
ville, and Dr. W. N. Lackey, Gallatin.
' The executive committee was au
thorized to accept the state agency
for the ' Red Cross Christmas seals
from the National Association for the
Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis.
1 Corn Clubs Growing.
' Lexington, Tenn. The interest in
the boys' corn' club movement in this
county is growing by leaps and
bounds. Prof. Hugh A. Powers of the
chair of agriculture in the Henderson
County High School and county farm
demonstrator, is pushing the move
ment. He has secured a list of valu
able prizes which are to be awarded
during the county fair ihe last week
(The prizes have been pledged by
the public spirited merchants of the
town, who have also agreed to give a
number of special prizes.
Attorneys All Dead.
Knoxvllle, Tenn. A queer situation
arose In connection with the suit of
Addle Prince Harrill vs. an eastern
Insurance company, when the hearing
was completed in supreme court. Gen.
James A. Fowler, -counsel for com
plainant, announced that all the attor
neys who had been engadelnthe trial
of the case were now dead. The case
was heard In chancery court two years
ago and a record of over 1,200 type
written pages made. Appealed to the
supreme court, it could not be heard
last year owing to the Illness of at
torneys. ' " ..
Baptists Close Session. -
Selmer, Tenn. The annual meeting
of the Harmony Missionary Baptist
Association wltb Center Hill Church,
near Tula, McNalry county," has ad
journed its three days' session... J. W.
Pennington of Savannah was elected
moderator and L. W. Brown of Ken
drlck, Miss., was elected clerk.
Ship Mules to Britain. ,
Columbia, Tenn. Fifteen carloads
of mules went, out from Columbia, des
tined for service In the English army.
The mules are worth, It Is said, about
$.150 a head. There were 400, in the
shipment. They were shipped to New
port News. Va., where they will be
loaded on transports for England.
Obion Presbytery Closes.
Kenton, ' Tenn. The Obion presby
tery of the Cumberland Presbyterian
Church closed a very busy and suc
cessful session at Morrilla' Church.
Rev. Raymon White of Troy, Tenn.,
was elected moderator. The spring
meet.g will be held at Obion, Tenn.
"Madison Presbytery Adjourns.
Bolivar, Tenn. Madison presbytery
of the Cumberland Presbyterian
Church, which has been In session
here, has adjourned. This presbytery
is composed .of 43 churches with a
membership of 2,260. : ,
Hospital Changes Hands.
Paris, Tenn. The Hayland Hos
pital has changed bands. Miss Vivien
Pope Coy giving It up to go to similar
work in Little Rock, Ark., and Miss
Florence Hancock, trained nurse In
this city, has taken charge.
Awarded Bosely Scholarship.
Jackson, Tenn. Miss Alma Perry
has been awarded the $100 Bosely
scholarship of the Chicago College of
Music after only one month's compe
tition with 75 contestants.
Rev. Skinner Accepts.
Jackson, Tenn. Rev. J. E. Skinner,
pastor of the Lakeland Baptist Church
of Nashville, has accepted a' call to
the pastorate of this city to succeed
Rev. J. W. Dickens, who has gone to
a Memphis church.
SOLDIER BOYS IN FINE CAMP
Tennessee Lads Now Stationed At
Camp Pershing Near Eagle
: Pass, Texas. -
Kl Paso, Texas. Tennessee's nattsn
al gusH troops on this part of this
Mexican border are now assembled In
Camp Pershing. They have their
tents all up, kitchens set up and are
as much at home as the oldest com
mands in the big mountainside camp,
after being given two days in which to
set up camp and get their things ar
ranged and to get a first glimpse of El
Paso and Mexico. ,
The cavalry; hospital corps and am
bulance corps are down to routine
drills, maneuvers and other articles
of war scheduled in general orders is
sued by Gen. Bell. The Tennessee
troops witnessed the long parade of
30,000 Infantrymen through the city
All are in good health and spirits
and 'are enjoying their experience on
The Tennessee troops have been
transferred to the border. The troops
are stationed at Eagle Pass, Tex..
about twenty miles inland from the
Rio Grande. The Tennessee boys
took the places vacated by the Penn
sylvania and New York troops, order
Ordering out of the Tennessee
troops is In line with the department's
policy of giving all of the guardsmen
called into the federal service a tour
of duty on the border under war con
ditions before they are mustered out
TENNESSEE NURSES MEET.
Publlo Health Problems Discussed By
Memphis, Tfenn. The annual con
ference of the State Association of
East, West and Middle Tennessee
Registered Nurses was opened here
Wednesday with an address of wel
come by City Attorney Bryan. Other
addresses were made by Mrs. L. A.
Warner and Dr. W. H. Flneshriber.
Dr. Max Goltman, who presided, read
a comprehensiye paper on the "Can
cer Problem., He said it is the duty
of doctors and nurses to educate the
people of the country to adopt effec
tive measures for the prevention of
disease. ' . .
"The Associated Charities Nursing
Service has done remarkable work
in the last year," he said, "and as a
result of the activities of the nurses
many protective measures have been
taken to safeguard the public health."
Interesting papers also ; were read
by Miss Garrison of Knoxvllle; Mrs.
Z. Brown, representing the Metropoli
tan Life Insurance Company; Mrs,K.
Schulken, representing the Associated
Charities Nursing Service; Mrs. L. A.
Warner and Miss Effie Ingram.'
' Social Workers Meet.
Nashville, Tenn To discuss pro
posed social service legislation,' a con
ference of the leading social workers
of Tennessee has been called for two
days, beginning Oct. 17, In the senate
chamber at the capltol, the call hay
ing been signed by Dr.' I. Lewlnthal,
president of the state board of chari
ties. John S. Deaton, president of
the state board of control; Col. A. M.
Shook, president of the Tennessee
Home-Finding Society, and Dr. J. H.
Klrkland, president of the Tennessee
Mental . Hygiene Society. On the
morning of Oct. 17 the 60 directors of
the mental hygiene society will meet
at the capltol preceding the legislative
conference of the afternoon. .
McNalry Clerk Resigns.
Selmer,' Tenn. After ten years of
continuous service, John B. Graham
tendered his resignation as clerk of
the McNalry county circuit court at
Us regular September . term. Judge
Everett named John R. Erwln as the
successor of Mr. Graham. Mr. Gra
ham was one of the most popular pub
llo officials who ever , served the
, Jackson Report Healthy.
Jackson, Tenn. The first annual re
port of the financial condition of the
city of Jackson, under commission gov
ernment is being distributed. It shows
that there have been distinct econ
omies and Increased revenues without
changing the tax rate or assessment
and without Impairing the efficiency
of the municipal government.
Bridge Cass At Trial.
Jackson, Tenn.--E. O. Buck, former
county road engineer, was the first of
400 witnesses to testify In the trial
of J. D. Keith, R. A. Bland and W. J.
Ross, road contractors, indicted on
the charge of attempting to commit a
felony. ' ',
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, Georgians Lynch Negro. "
Chattanooga, Tenn. Henry White,
negro, was hanged at Durham. Ga., by
a mob after he had been Identified
and confessed an attempted criminal
assault on a young woman. "
Bluff City Mills Saved.
Bristol, Tenn. The Bluff City flour
ing mills, eleven miles south of Bris
tol, would have been destroyed by firs
but for a speedy ran of a high pres
sure motor engine, with pump attach
ed, which dashed out of Bristol at full
speed. In twenty minutes the engine
was pumping a stream into the blase.
Sweet Potato Season.
Gleason, Tenn. Cotton picking and
sweet potato digging Is In full sway
Synodlcal College Opens.
Jackson, Tenn. The Tennessee Syn
odlcal College will be held in Jackson
Oct. S and 6 with the Presbyterian
churches of the city. The meeting was
to have been held at Columbia, but
later was changed to Jackson.
Succeeds H's Father.
Jackson, Tenn. John T. Stark, who
was elected city recorder by the board
of commissioners, has the unique dis
tinction of holding an office one held
by his father.
Q-BAN DARKENS GRAY HAIR
Gray, streaked, prematurely gray or
faded hair quickly restored to original
dark shade by shampooing hair and
scalp a few times with Q-Ban Hair
Color Restorer. No dye perfectly
harmless. Q-Ban acts on roots revives
color glands makes hair healthy, grad
ually changing all your gray hair to an
even natural dark shade, making entire
head of hair clean, fluffy, abundant
without a trace of gray showing. 5C
cents a big bottle by parcel post.
(Also sold by most -druggists.) Address
Q-Ban, Memphis, Tenn. Adv.
. The" Anticlimax.
The revival meeting wus ' tense In
its interest, and the evangelist was
Waxing eloquent. He arraigned the
laxness of the church people and present-day
evils in, general, and every
one was too absorbed to notice the
growing uneasiness of two lads on
the front seat.
With the question, "What's the mat
tert" pronounced in tones of thun
der, the preacher reached his climax.
The two boys had risen and were
starting for the. door. One of them
hearing the preacher's question,
wheeled and said: "Aw, I got the
nosebleed." The Christian Herald.
IMITATION IS 8INCEREST FLATTERY
but like counterfeit money the Imita
tion has not the worth of the original.
Insist on "La Creole" Hair Dressing
it's the original. Darkens your hair In
the natural way, but contains no dye.
Price f 1.00. Adv.
- Reasonable Precaution.
The lady was complulising to her
dairyman some time ago regarding the
quolity of his milk.
"Short o' grass feed, mum ; short o'
grass feed this time o' year," suid the
Jocular milkman. 'Bless you, them
cows o' mine are just as sorry about
It as I nm. I often stands and watches
'em cryin', reg'lar cryin', mum, because
they feel as how their milk don't do
'em credit. You don't believe it?"
"Oh, yes, I believe it," said the lady;
"but I wish in future you'd see that
they don't drop their tears into our
FOR ITCHING SCALP
And Falling Hair Use Cutidira 8oap
and Ointment. Trial Free.
When the scalp is itching because of
dandruff and eczema a shampoo with
Cuticura Soap and hot water will be
found thoroughly cleansing and sooth
ing, especially if shampoo is preceded
by a gentle application of Cuticura
Ointment to the scalp skin.
- Free sample each by mail with Book.
Address postcard, Cuticura, Dept. L,
Boston. Sold everywhere. Adv.
Mrs. Joslaff Cowles, the new presi
dent of the National Federation of
yomen's Clubs, was talking in New
York about dress.
"Women, once they get interested
in our movement," she said, "dress
more sensibly. They give less thought
to dress. I may claim, In fact"
Mrs. Cowles smiled. s
"I may clnim, in fact," she ended,
"that these women start making their
own clothes and stop picking their
friends' clothes to pieces."
' "The sheriff tells me," remarked a
visitor to a western town, "that there
hasn't been a prisoner In the-county
Jail for over a year. That would seem
to indicate that your community Is un
usually free from crime." 1
"Not necessarily," replied the native.
"We've got some pretty slick lawyers
' Or. Peery's "DEAD 8HOT" is an effective
msdielne for Worms or Tapeworm ia adults
or children. One dose is sufficient and so
supplemental porfs necessary. Adv.
. "What's your Idea of an optimist?"
"A professional prleeflghter telling
what he is going to do to the other fel
low." . .
A HINT JO WISE WOMEN.
Don't suffer torture when all female
troubles will vanish in thin air after using
"Femenina." Price 500 and I1.00. Adv.
A recess for carrying a nail set fea
tures a new hammer handle.
Met Contents 15 Fluid Prachirt
Ullg UK sJwleUK"w'
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
Straighten Up! Don't Lose a Day's Work! Clean Your Sluggish
Liver and Bowels With "Dodson's Liver Tone.""
Ugh! Calomel makes you sick. Take
a 'dose of the vile, dangerous drug to
night and tomorrow you may lose a
day's work. ' ,
Calomel Is mercury or quicksilver
which causes necrosis of the bones.
Calomel, when it comes Into contact
with sour bile crashes Into It, break
ing it up. This is when you feel that
awful nausea and cramping. If you
feel sluggish and "all knocked out," if
your liver is torpid and bowels consti
pated or you have headache, dizziness,
coated tongue, if breath is bad or
stomach sour,, just try a spoonful of
harmless Dodson's Liver Tone.
Here's my guarantee Go to any
drug store or dealer and get a 50-cent
bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone. Take
a spoonful tonight and If It doesn't
Had Learned His Lesson.
After one of the reservations had
been opened, the white community was
annoyed by the promiscuous swear
ing of the noble red man, numbers of
whom seemed quite unaware of the
strength of their recently acquired vo
cabulary. This condition became so in
tolerable that several arrests were
made and jail sentences Imposed. It
was not loug before the native sons of
America realized that swearing in pub
lic was a very bad business, and they
uitq. One of these'Indians was a wit
ness In a case of some importance in
the local justice court, and had testi
fied to certuln facts which greatly ex
asperated counsel for defense. With
his, hnnd upraised the lawyer impres
sively thundered: "Now, Nick, will
you swear" "No!" shouted the In
dian. "Me no swear! Swear talk no
good here gettnin jail!"
ON FIRST SYMPTOMS
use "Renovlne" and be cured. Do not
wait until the heart organ is beyond
repair. "Renovlne" is the heart and
nerve tonic. Price 60c and S1.00. Adv.
Didn't See It.
An excitable Irishman riding in fin
open car signaled the conductor to'stop
at the corner. He jumped off anyway,
and found himself lauded in an exca
vation. . r"
Scrambling out, he rushed 'up to a
policeman. " -.
"Did you see that?" he asked Indig
"I did," said the policeman. "It was
your own fault."
"I'm not asking whose fault It was,
I'm asking you did you see that."
"I did not," said the policeman, turn
ing his back.
The British soldier will make a joke
even against himself. An elderly lady
in a bus noticed the Initials "R. D. C"
on a soldier's tunic. She puzzled 'her
brains, 'but could not solve the mystery
as to their meaning. At last her curi
osity overpowered her and she asked
what , they stood for. "Reformed
Drunkards' corps, ma'am," said the
soldier gravely. "Dear me," said the
lady, "how very interesting." And
probably not one of those who laughed
at the reply could have explained what
"R. D. C." really means. London
Doom of Golf. '. ,,
Bishop ' Murray, on his way to
preach in Nashville, steamed in his
train past a golf course crowded with
Bishop Murray frowned, then he
"In the mlllenlum," be said, "every
day being Sunday, mankind will get
surfeited with golf, and the game will
then undoubtedly become extinct." ;
"What's the matter, Bill, you look
tired this morning?"
"I didn't get any sleep last night."
"Too much coffee?"
"Oh, no, the baby doesn't drink cof
fee." An Albanian dainty is a dish of eggs
and onions boiled for three hours daily
on ten successive days.
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What is CASTORIA
Castoria la a harmless tnbstltute lor Castor Oil, Party
goric, Dr'qps and Soothing Syrups. It Is pleasant. It '
contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Xareotte
substance. Its age Is Its guarantee, it destroys Worm
and allays FererhihnesSe For tnore than thirty years its
has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation.
Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething ' Troubles and
Diarrhoea. It regrulates the Stomach and Bowels,
assimilates the Food, glvlnfr healthy and natural sleep.
She Children's Panacea The HoUier's rriencU .
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAY:
In Use For Over 30 Years
The Kind You Have Always Bought
straighten you right up and make yorj
feel fine and vigorous by morning I
want you to go back to the st6re and
get yonr money. , Dodson's Liver Tone
is destroying the sale of calomel be- '
cause it Is real liver medicine; entire
ly vegetable, therefore it cannot sali
vate or make you sick. ' ,
I guarantee that one spoonful of
Dodson's Liver Tone Will pti your slug'
gish liver to work and clean ypnr bowv
els of that sour bile and constipated
waste which is clogging your system
and making you feel miserable. I guar
antee that a bottle of Dodson's Liver
Tone will keep our entire family feel
ing fine for months. Give it to your
children. It is harmless; doesn't grips
and they like its pleasant taste. AdT.
Perfectly Good Dog;.
Mrs. Jones Hurry; shall I send
Fldo to. the dog show next week
'Harry No, dear; I'm afraid) h
isn't good enough.
Mrs. Jones Not goon enough ! Why,
Fldo never did anything wrong lnt his
life. Stray Stories. "
Wrlcht's Indian Vegetable Pills hara soo4
the (est of dm. Tt them yonrarlf bow. Bend
lor sample to 37S Peart street, N. Y. Adv.
To -keep up with .progress, a man
must' keep up all day with It.
Why Thai Lame Back ?
Morning lameness, 'sharp twinges
when bending, or an all-day back
ache ; each Is cause enough to sus
pect kidney trouble. Get after the
cnuss. Help the kidneys. We
Americans go It too hard. We
overdo, overeat-and neglect our
sleep and exercise and 'so we are
fast becoming a nation of kidney
sufferers. 72 more deaths than
in 1890 is the 1910 census story.
Use Doan's Kidney Pills. Thou
sands recommeiI them. .
A Tennessee Case
O. G. Iwon,l Olive
St., Martin, Tenn.,
says: "I suffered trom
kidney trouble in its
worst form and It kept
me Irom 'Working. It
was hard for me to
sleep and Sharp pains
settled In my abdo-'
men. My joints got
numb from my knees
down and my kidneys
were In awful shape.
I a-of but little benefit
until I Tised Doan's
Kidney Pills. They cured me.'
Gat Dean's at Any Store, BOc a Be V
FOSTER-M1LB URN CO BUFFALO, N. Y.
DO YOU HAVE
night sweats t Hemorrhaares of the
lungs t Pains in chest and aides? Paine
. under shoulder blades f A alight cough
earl; In the mornlpg with a slight fever
In the afternoon? A chronic cough with
expectoration? Bare you lost weigh
and strength without apparent oauae?
Hare you lost appetite I
The above are symptoms of eonaump-
, tton. If you have them, YOU NKBD
LUNG-VITA and you need It NOW. Oo
to your druggist and get It or If ha
hasn't It order direct TODAY. 16 day'
treatment 11.00; 80 day treatment 11.76.
' tSE IT TOR ASTHMA TOO '
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Dept. Q. , MasliTllla.Tean.
Sold for 47 years. For Malaria. Chills
and Fever, Also a Fine General
Slrenffthealn Tonic. "'SiXZS'
ADVICE TO THE AGED
At brings infirmities, such as sluggish
Heweis, weaa Kidneys ana torpia liver.
have a specific effect on these organ.'
stimulating the bowels, gives natural sctloo
and Imparts vigor to the whole sytjem.
If yo hare been threatened Or have O AT.LSTON M,
INDIOHSTION.OAS or pallia In the rlgta t f n a? g
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