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,I rm in 1)elg jar call.
-r this week.
- N. Wyatt, of Greenville, was
in I'wkens this week.
11. 0.- Entrekin dropped in - to
113 folks on Wednesday,
?4. W. Hester of Easley made us
isant visit on Wednesday.
"ory few people have been in
b this week except those who had
)r. L. G. Clayton of Central
in for a little chat while in
That do you thlink of the vote
-eak? Some interest is now bc
W. Blassingaine, of Elinont,
8 oI a visit to his sister, Mrs.
Brown, and other relatives in
lhe farinrs are making use of
lay they can, and not ma1ny of
tre in attendance upon court.
* iss Alice Finney, of Atlanta, is
ukons, having come home to
nurse her father, D. B. Finnay.
I. Walter Langstoi4 left Mon lay
pencer,. N. C., where he goes to
the shops of the Southern Rail.
N. D. Taylor will be in his Pick.
tudio next Wednesday. Remotn
he day and don't fail to patronize
if you want good work.
The p:stor of the t'ickens Bap
church will preach a sormon on
ibition next Sunday at 1. o'clock
* Everybody invited to attend.
Elias T. Holcombe, who has
eick for some time, is gradualli
ng worse, being confined to his
His f iends, hope that lie was
ier and soon got out aguin.
Don't think because some oe
you that others are holding cou
tUt you gain anything by hol
everybody will be in the dark
i the last issue of the paper inl
Piukens Cainp, Nu. 229, Wood
-6, of tAlL W MtIi will meet in Ivy
I e on ThursdayI
the usual hour.
desired, as buisi
uis to be t~ansacted.
-There wvill be a Missionary and
iay School Rully at Griflin church
use second Sunday in April. Every
invited to comle and bring wecll
* baskets. Dinner will be seryed
* he ground1. Several good speak
w.ill be present. .Bring your song
.s and hav e a good day of it.
- Mies Irene Cliarke wish'es to an
ace to the good people of Liberty
- the surrounding community that
will open her music schouol omn
.1 3d. Thanking her friendsi and
ons8 for their past kindness and
*. al patrouage and again soliciting
r children as pupils in her school,
intends putting forth her best
.rts, as she hg donoe in the past.
--Marriedl on Sunday ening,
rA'ich 19th, at the residcnco of Mr.
prs AcJunkin, parentE of the
ide, Mr. Waishio P. Chastain to
ss Cannio MfcJunkin, all of Pick
us county. A. L.,)douas, N. P. per
i wing the ceremony in the pr1es
co of a numbjer of the friends of
us bride and gr~oom. The happy
u. ple have the congratulations of
hneir numerous friends.
-Comnntroier Gieneral Jones ox
cr ts to distribute the dispensary
hool money next wol%. There is
il accumulation of $118,500) for dis.
- ibution. Under the law counties
*ith deficiencies receive the first
muoney. T1he county authorities have
be 'en painfully slow in soinding these
reports and Geni. Jones stalos it ats
his intentioni to distlribtttO this dis
peneary school sinnas next week,
wvhether the counties all have their re
ports in or not, and those unreporto I
.will be regarded as having no claim~
onl the deficiency fund, r'ho bulk of
the innd is distributed on the basis
of the- pub~lished school1 enrollment
-- D. B1. Fin ney was taken enddenly
and seriously sioit last Saturday witha
hemori higo of the stomach, and has
been quiteo ill since. )flbe report. that
lhe had small pox n'ae freely circulat
edl on thbe stre'ets Sunday, but the re
port was erroneous; it was started as
.a joke to tease some of the Soungf
-people wvho had bogn in to see him
'L'ho small pox situation in the up coul,
try is too serious a matteor to make ii
j0ye of and. peo[,lo should not start
itioh tale8i abd,- on the othier hand,
while the dread dlsoase is all around
us, peoaple shionid be eareful as thoy
-Rev. D. W. Ulott is in Atlanta
tblf week in attendance upon the
We ,expect the big vote of the
contest next week. Encourage your
choice by sending in your vote.
-Our advertisers are urged to get
change for ads to us by Monday,
otherwise they will go over till the
- Wednesday, March 29th is the
day N. D. Taylor will be in his'Pick.
ens studio. See him on that date if
you are wanting good work.
----All persons owing the firm of
Langston & Nealey will now make
payment to J. T. Langston or J. .
Nealey. J. W. Langston.
- Onr correspondents are request.
ed to bend in their letters for
publ (cittion in The Sentinel--Journal
0n M.tniIny evening of each week.
Thisi will inuire their publications ou
- Mr. Dock Hester, a son of B.
M. Hester and Miss Ada Kenne
mre, daughter of Mrs. S. C. Kenne
more, wVerO united in marriage on the
13th inst., at the residence of the
bride's mother, in Easloy, Rev. D. W.
[iott officiating. The happy couple
have the congratimlations of many
friends for a fruitful, )iappy and
prosperous ioyage adown the strteam
- Maij G. M.' Lynch received a
letter last week stating that his bro
ther, Calvin Lynch, died at his home
in Texas recently. Mr. Lynch left
this county over fifty years ago and
settled in the west; he was back here
on a visit in 1899. He was born in
this county in 1823,and served as comn
misioner-of roads in Old Pickens dia.
Irict. He leaves a large circle of re
latives and friends to mourn his
-Mr. Edgar W. Iliott, of Atlanta
and Miss Lzzie Harper, wcro-bappily
marriid at the home of the bride, in
'neca, on the 15th instant, ]Rev. D.
W. Hiott assisted by Rev. U. Ward
law, officiating. The happy couple
arrived in Pickens on the afternoon
train and were tendered a reception
by the groom's parents. :They left
TUhursday for Atlanta where they wil
make their home. Mr. Hiott is a
young man of sterling worth and
iolds a lubretive position with Uncle
Sam in the mail service. AMrs. Hiott
is a young lady of much chartu and
gruce and carries the well wishes of a
host of friends that she may have un
alloyed happiness, while Mr. liiotL re
coives the congratulations of IRis
friends on securing such a charming
Liberty, March 20, 1905.- We
have had line weather the past two
weeks anid the farmers have made
good use of it., getting a hump on
themselves for another big crop of
cotton. We understandl that several
of our farmers-who are too smart to
go into an organization, being anyly
able to take care of themselves, are
going to plant a full crop of cotton,
as somo have already made their
brtigs that while others cut down
acreagze they will take advantage of
the chance anid raise Ra big crop. .We
will Rnot waste comment on such
Peach blooms and vegetation show
that Rspring is on hatnd. Some corn
is being planted an-1 gardening hns
commenced in earnmest.
W.S. PaRIsons is haIving his dwel
ling moved back from his a' -id
ing, rollinig house, chimu
while the family goes,
There is a considerable amoe:
sickness, grip, roseola, etc. in thi.
J. Fi. Crane and family, Wim.
Smnith and JobF. Smith have been
confined to their beds several days,
but aire on the mend now.
Somne restless farmers got their
cotton off here last week. Some
would sell at seven cents rather thani
wait a month and get 10 cents. 0.
Call Meeting of Antioch Church.
Notice is hereby givan that.
Call meeting-has been ordered b.
ARntioch Baptist church to be held
0n the 5th Sunday in March, which
is the 26th day, at 11 o'clock, a. m
All members ar-c urged to be pros.
oint as important business will
come beforethe body.
A. Tr. Winchester,
It wouldi have been incredible
brutality if Chas. F. Lomboirger-, of
Syracuse N. Y. had Riot done the
best he could for his suffering sonR
"My boy." lhe says, "cut a fearful
gash over his eye, so I appilied
JBueklen's Arnica Salvo, whlichR quIick.
ly he sled it and savedi his eye."
GJood for burns and ulcers too. Only
25o at Pinkana Ad.,m se.
1Comt "opened Monday morning
with Judge Ernest Gary presiding;
Stenographer Long, Solicitor Bogge,
Court Crier Porter, and all the other
officials at their places.
Judge Gary's charge to the jury
was concise, cleer- cut, and to the
point. Solicitor Boggs handed out a
batch of indictnents for the grand
jury to pass upon and the business
of the court was begun. Several
cases were called and disposed of, as
W. B. Nichols, assault and battery
guilt3; fined $20 or three months on
chain gang. Fine paid.
James Mansel, rape; compromised.
John Joh nson, larceny of live stock;
six months on chain gang.
Sltas Madden, assault and battery
with intent to kill, guilty; sentence
six months on chain gang or $75
111. Fine paid.
Len Rosamond, violation of dis
peosary law, guilty; $100 fine or three
nonths on chain gang. Sentenae
Robt. Wright, house breaking and
arcony, guilty of larceny.
Folger Powell, violation dispen
iary law, sealed sentence.
Jack Looper, assault and battery,
plead guilty to aggravated assault.
Sentence $20 or two months in gang.
F ine paid.
State. vs. Rt. Al. Stewart, assault
and battery, in trial as we go to .
This gives tho -work of the court
up to the hour of going to press.
There is a lot of business, some of
which will go over until next term,
but it its now thought thaf; coart will
be in session pretty much all the
Death of Mrs. Lucy A. Dendy.
Mrs. Lucy A. Dendy, widow of the
late Thos. H. Dendy, (ied suddenly
Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at
the family residence at Richland in
Oconee county. The funeral services
wore held Saturday afternoon at the
Presbyterian church at Richland.
Mrs. Dendy was sir.ty years of age.
She waat a devoted member of the
Presbyterian church. She reared
nine children to maturity, and upon
all has been impressed the example
of her beautiful Christian life, loving
disposition and estimable character.
Her death is a loss to the commur
ity lind to the hoine, which has been
the family residence of thre Dendys
for several generations.
Among those of her children suir
viving are t~he Rev. J. T. Dendy of
the Presby terian church an Kershaw,
W. E. Dondy, superintendent of the
graded schoo's at Pickenis: J. P. Den.
dy of Norris, and 3. A. and J. H.
Dendy of Richland.
Mrs. Dendy wasr beloved by the
entire community in which she lived,
and her death is a sad shock to her
relatives and numerous friends.
Our Motto: "Not by my Vote."
These four words will answecr all
arguments on this question: "Not by
my vote'' I they say to us, "men will
have it," we cant aniswver "Not by my
vote." If another man says, -'Menr
w ill selIl it,'' againl wo re;)ly, "Not by
my vote.." If we are toldi we must be
polhtic, we answver, "Not by my vote."
I am not, bound to abolish the enloon,
but only my interest in it. My vote
may inot hurt the saloon, but I am
bound to vote it righi, all the samne.
Saloons maiy go on, like theo broak,
forever. 'Men may (lie in them lika
flies andl. blell grow fat orn drunkairds,
girls may be betrayedl andl boys baited
'alLw ard. Truth bo destroyed and
"and children beggared. Sol
"es may still sell drink to
d1( army canteens de
'tes, Our national
cat. - I . - -0on at <ither
en d. .. 3a. . .sent ativesi
may be are
gr'uss, "but not
tian Temperanco wvo&
To Mothners Ii'
cross will .
Mothe r , ch'
ren ..teh, act
.y~ child atre'
w4s; 25e-- .9ample 1
.cess A llen 8. Olmrstead,
We have arranged to pay cash
all conjtracts made for the ccon
thins year, unless somo -lisastor' ccci
and the Supervisor will be in his
fice Tuesday of each week to at
and pay claims.
G. M. Lynch,
For Infants and Children,
ING Knd You Have Always Bou:
Bismaturni of (.a*~f71A
St. Aidrews Cold Te
a sure cure for sick and
Our Improved Liver
a real torpid liver
We guarantee the
Mennen's Talcum Po
a perfect toilet soap
the $i.oo kind redu
In a certain city in one of the Caro
inas the following conversation oc
mied in connection vith a "wet and
iry" election. An official church mew
jer said to Mr. A just before an elee
ion: "You are taking loo much inter
ast in election. It will himt your busi
less. Of course you can vcte for it,
but don't talk about it.."
"Colonel," replied Mr. A, "if mny
business has to be-kept up by that
a1wful traflic, th-e sooner it falls the
better, and I for one will fight driic
as long as I live,"
In a few years the official church
member had to follow at son to a
Mr. A remarked to a friend, "I v
der now if lie does not. wish lie luiw
thought less of business and In
33f young Imnc."
Before another election a bar kow1 r
:iid to a young man, whose fltlit .
was a drunkard: "I am your friti;
wo uant you to vote with us."
Tb young man roplied: "I di!'t
want such a friend, i- you are a frin-,'
to me like you have bcen to my futlwr'.
for you get every dollar of his whielc
his family get.s live cen2ts fol' a living.
-Ciistian Teuiperance Worker.
Saved F'rom a Terrible D~eah.
The family of Mrs. M. L. Bobbi''.
Bar-gertOn, TPenn., sawv her dying anr
were powverlessi to help hier. Th'lias
si Ied physicians and every otr d;
usoJ0., failed, while conlsumption w
slowly but surely taking her life. I
this terrible hour Dr. King's9 New U).
covory for Ccsumptioni tuirned tepa
into joy'. T'he first bott'o brought in
mediiato relief and its continued itso een
p10oItol orEd her. It,'s the most 'ertai
cure in the world for all thiroat i'i n lun
troubles. Guarantee.l b)ottleS 50O. a~n
$1.00. Trial bottles free at P:cken:
MICIanIS. It CuresC wheni al ('lse jil.:. 1': -
v'ents K idey h'SIense, Ino:sy, Iirid t.'s .1d.+
case, Ce. .\t all drug stores.
$1.00) a Bottle.
ORlII nIt I.CT V Ill)
- lUItlAY~ IIMUGr OIPANY.
- Coltumiaii, S. U.
Notice of Election.
An election will be hedld in the'- town.
Lib-.rty H, C. on Fridaiy the 7t ' day
April 1905, for*L~~ trpose -,r vol, n
oni the ques.tion or ime..ing bindo to I5
amliounit of ten thousand dotblba s, IAt I
uised ill the eretion of a scho-> ba'il :1 na
in the town of ib~ert.y and4 setl 'oo C. 'i
tictO No. 11. Pola to) (open at 9~ (elolc .\
M. an-I close at 41 o'clock P. 1.1. A
qtualifiedl voters reiin~g in sa di ,cIIoI
<district are entitle1 to vate in ihis ee
On the list with justice to a
The County Singing Co.wa~nt
-The County Singing Cons
-will moot w ith t he Prai'-.r
*aptist church on Sat urdny
~tho fourth Sunday ill Ap1)1i,
~at 10 o'clock, a. m. Let a
*Godl's blossings to restnp
C ~nvenition andic come with ai~
:minaition1 to have one of 111
Convenitioiis we have over' hia
vWo will have it.
iLbanI Mlauldin, Ch. E x. ('
Found a Cnre for 1Indig''tle
ustie Ohamiberiuin's Stomneh and
T.blets for indigenjion and fhi~d U
oilit my case bettcr' thani ne-y (ly
tomnedy I have ever tried andl
~med many different remedies,
nearly fifty-one years of nge an~i
0nffer'od a great deal from indi
can outnt ost anything 1 v an
Geo. WV. Emory, Rock Mill
pr sale by Pickcens Drug Co
i for the Liver 15c.
nervoUS headaches, 10c
rouster, only 20c.
se to do the work.
ced to 75c.
of Pratt's Food.
Notice of Stockholders' Meeting.
Noticoe is hereby given that a meetin
of t h stockholdeis of the Calumet Mani
ta r.-turing Company will be held at the
offi'e of the said Calumet Manufacti
ing Compainy, in Liberty, S. C., on
Hat irday, March the 25th, 1905, at 11
o''oeck, a. Im,, for the purpose of onsid- ,
er.ig the isnance of Two Hundrod and
Fity (250) Shares of Preferred Stock, in
the Par Value of Ono Hntindred (100)
dollars each. This not.ice him been au
t.h-rized and directed by resoluitions of
the Board of Directors of the Calniet
Maianufacturing Company, held at. Lib
city, H. C., on February 7th. 1905, and
the said resiolutions woro in the follow.
iog words, which are boreby made a
part of this notico:
Resolved by the Board of Dircotors of
the Calumlet Manufacturiig Co, that the
IP'resident of th said conpaiy be au
thorized to call a nicotinig of the stock
holders of the said Calinet Manufac
I tiring Co. on the 25th day of March,
1905. at 11 o'clock a. im., at Liberil y, S.
C'., for thie pirpose of consideri the
issuance of Two 1Tu!ijrdl an( Fifty
lmres of Preferred Stock at. a par value
stock to bo entitled to dividends each
year at the rtto of 7 per cent. por annum,
ptyable semim-:'unally, aid these divi
(1-nds are to ho cumulative. Tole coi
pany having the option of retiring all or
Aniy portion of said Wlock after ive years,
A the end of ten years any portion oi
'aid stock not retired shall'bnoio first
mortgage on the company's property,
and shall -receivo 0 per cent, in'terest
from said date. 11. L. C'tAYTON,
Pires. antd '.Trvas. ofi3mot M'fg. Co.
Feb. 2N, K6-w4
No' ice to D~ebtors and (iredit ers.
All per~sons holding cl :ims against ftlw
I estate of IHenry Williams, decease t will
'I present the sIte to the Extcnt om foi
paienI(lt oni or by the 25th day of Al arel
1905, 01' l3e barred, andi all personsH in
s dehted to said diceaoned wvill make pay
ament by said day to JT. 8. Williams,
TEC IT A T ION.
TH STATE OF SOUTH'i CARIOINA
I ~County of Pickenis.
I By J. B., Newbery Esq ., Pirobato Jiudge
WHEREAS, lieulah I V. Lancastoci
made suiit to me to granft ber Lottori
Jof Admistration of the Estate of and1( of
fects of Robert. I. Glilbert, dec:easod.
THursE Alus THIERFFORE to cite and ad
t inoish~ all and singular the kindcred an<
cireditorsq of thu said Robert L. Gilbert~
deoena-ed, that they 1)e andi appear bte
Ifore me, ini the Court of Pobate, to lht
held at Piekens Court Hfonso, S. C.. o
the 22d day of March, 1905, after pnbli
cation hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fire
noon1. to shew cause, if any they have,
why the said Administration shonul nio
G (iven under my hand andi seal, thiu
3 d day of March, 1905, in the 129 seal
of our indepentdence. i.Nwoy
Mchi 8 2w. ,. .Nwoy
C IT A TION.
,TATE OF SOU1 I'H CAROLINA,
County of Piecns.
ByJ.iB. Newbery, Esq., Probate Juadge
to me to grant himn Letters of Adminis
tainof the Estate of antd eff'ects of Ri
1R. Child, decnased.
Tin[ess Aiu.:'lTuERRitolt-: 1t cite and ad
,imomah all anti smngular t ho kintdredi am
it cditors of the said R1. R1. Child, de
,I ceased, t hat. Ihey be end appear hofiri
--me, in theo Court of Probate, to ho beht
at Piekens ( ourt House, S (I., Oil th<
1. 22nd dlay of ilareib, 1905, after publica
kon hereof. ut 11 o'clock in the fore
iso, if any they hatvo
.ration shonhi niot ha
hiand and neah, this :
5-, in the 129 Joar o
I- , Newvbery, J1. P. P. C.
ro rm lmligestilon.
IOn., iln's Stomach and Live
oQIt r Ctiian and~ fhu:d that tI of
Creo let- than city dyspeps)i1
beforever tried a al 1 hav
befor eoot remethes. I anl
1905 ye.ars of atgt and hava
II d - dcil1 front i ndigest ion
anyt hing I1 want. now
tm lii>ry, Rock Mills, Alha
<deter cons Drug Ca, Eu rlt'u
om. ' Piekend county, onI thu(
-ch, 1905, for a final iet
estato of Joab Manblhin,
ik to boe dismissed as A d
a' tl.or Ivy M. Mauldin,
ipt j.. It Admuinistrator.
I n' pass Notice.
eation to hbireby wvarned not h.
flnow utt lrt", out timber, mak
, A'a e, or it ttnywV .y trespaa
E irle'g landis, under enialt~y<
Elizibetht E. Cooper,
'i C. B. Yates, Lessee.
IF IT'S SHOES YOUR'RE AFTER
WE'RE FIXED FOR YOU.
ALL STYLES, SHAPES AND SIZES.
BATTLE AXE SHOES for men. women and children, the best
ruake on earth, c.ll prices. . . . . . . 50c to $3.50.
GOOMAN'S SHOES for childrn.... . . .. 50c to $1.50.
PE l'Elt' BLAOK DIAMOND Shoes for mn . $2.00, 2.50, 3 00
SELZ IOYAL BLUE Shoo for men . . $3.00 to $3.50.
ST1'rTSON SHOE for men . . . . . . . . $5 00, $5.50.
JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER CAR MITCHELL WAGONS.
Mitchell & Lewis are the oldest mnnliufacturers in Aum rica.
They make nothing but wvagons, and use tho very best material
that money can buy. Try one Mitchell and you will never run
atly other kind.
Watch For Our Spring Announcement.
We will I e stronger along n!l lines this spring than ever
before, especially Clothing, Dress Goods and Gent's Furvishing.
F-olger & Thornley.
NEW SPRING SHOES
SUPPERS AT POPULAR PRICES
Are far ahead of a-y ve have ever before shown.
All the iewest styles in Black,
'Tan. and Patent Lether's for
Ladies and Men.(
GREENVItL E, S. C.
S abbage P1ans and Sea Ilan d.(otfon Seed
Cabbage Planuts for ytle, lilnt now rendy fo'r delivl.y. 'IEar ly Jersey Vakefield ' iynd "Char
'leston Large Type WaskeLifckf," two ealriliest .hari-heini var'eti es andu head ini rotat ion au nmeC,
.nucce.sion." "Angusle Tfrucker" nad "Short Stemn Flat Duich,' theu three by lult-hlead viI eL
jt -ie 1 a tu l4i i roitin ax moneiid. P'ries: Sligle lhoiltliini. a ~l l iiltd llver el *i> gter
f(l4J0; lIn,'TiO uial over, el per 111i)4 . Ter mls. lash ithl orudur; or pAn'iS twint C. 0. P., Pu rchiaer
-inying- returIn u'Iuirges oni inoney. On1 r puliant beds o0en py i3* i1 lcres ICS(I Soutil aroi na Sea C'oust,
aiii we 1111C~., understa 01nigroig t nI 11 ini thlt' op aijiir: touighl 11u.d hardly; NJecy will stand ievere tol
Ilithout injitury .l'hains eraitlil for sipmenl~~it weigh '.'1 lbs. per I N10 4 and 11111 jiv pcil Ilow raltes
'ir prointpl I lali'i.\ oitiloll by SouuliernI i upress C4. I knoiw of other p joul lit enn (11 buy ehealper
traL niZ - If Il Jol p lns. No () heaQp "ent4 rulte' plai hi p pe i; an.t 1 au' l' ri. I guafrantee4
thiose thn'l x hiIp tn .w truel to type and14 name1, and14 grown fre11n hlighI grni] C ee'. lpurchaseSd fromn
tIro of thef i tni e 1 seedt houseis in thle I 'nitedu Sta. . 3 w iUl ref1 il pifli'' price Jo iatty
dissat isfied t-uil inner it. eniti ofC Seasoni
Our Cotton Seed. 2.2nit or? our Long1 Staplie varIety of SE-A rL A N.I) tt"4 N i-ohl this year1 ill
4 'ha1r1lston onl iDielilurbe% 2, ai '2t1 per puolud. Seed $1 .- 5'per bu .: lots of .in bu. 111 0 and ove i er
AlIy pii ty:I11 P'riirnia <p ?4m1ent, Tlrule varieties, and safiiniflodis I'tome1l. I have% been.1 hII the -
'Wm. G. GIlbATV, "T" Yi~~iIfN AN" 'oungs Island, S. C.
SPRING - GOODS!
UR ine oIf Saing and Sii2C1Dess Goocl6
'have beg~un to arrive. We ,.~1nft you to cahl
and1 exandne thiemi. Mrs. Freemiian wil be delight- J
ed to) showv you through them, wvhethor you wanJt to
buy or not, Wait till you see (oir embr)Ioider~C~iesl an
laces before you buy..:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:..':
tfi&D)on't forget your chickens and eggs when you
start to our store, they help out. ReCspctfuily,
One-Price Cash Storer
PICKENS BEEF MARKET!
WVe need your beef cattle and
~ \will pay good prices for them-.
We~ have our refrigerator readIy for'summer. It is
by far the beCst one that has ever been put up in Pick
ens, and will keep. meat to p)erfection. We handle
only the nicest of beef and lots of it. If you lbuy
from us once y~ou will buy again. We appreciate
your tradle and will do our best to please you.
Yours tu ly,
Crane & Mlames._7*
JOB WORK That Pleases
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