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The Movements cf Many PcoplcNcwbcrrians
and i hose Who
Visit Newberry
It h.;sr't '^ccn but a few days sine*,
mention was made of the arrival of
a boy baby at the home of Mr. am
Mrs. Richard Clary, and now a littlgirl
came Sunday morning1 to th
home of Mr. and Mrs. Hagood Clary
Mr. Julius J. Lsngford got win
word that Cap! W. Smith Langfori
and family lcf: Wichita Falls Sun
day ana would arrive here Tuesda.
The chrysanthemums seem to b
more beautiful this year than eve
before. They are certainly beaut:
ful and plentiful ar.d of rare variety
in Xewo-erry.
Misses Louise Bedenbaugh an
Beulah Wright of Newberry colic?.?
and Prof. J. C. Poqlo of the hig
school motored to Greenville an
I spent the week-end in that ci*r.
Armistice day will be a big day ev
erywhere. Xewberry will not be be
Marie Eargle of Peak applied fo
position in primary grade in Rich
land schools at Columbia Saturday
v and Alma Berry of Xe\v';erry an(
Clarence Ha!tiv.*anger of Chapi:
stood examination for general ele
Congressman and Mrs. Jas. F
Byrnes of Aiken spent from Satur
day until Sunday at the home of Congressman
Fred H. Dominick. Hon
and Mrs. A. F Lever of Columbia an<i
Miss Scully of Atlanta spent SaturJ...
uaj \MUI liicnx.
Some funny things are made these
days, but it is a mystery how \vc
made Pcarce out of Stone in our last
issue. It was intended to say Mr.
Stone was visiting Newberry in the
company of Mr. Spinks, but we had
it Pearce. Now Mr. Stone is too well
known for anything like that. However,
there was a Pearce here at cnf
The Williams influence was felt a
the colored state fair in Columbia
last week and Joe Williams also had
a hand in reelecting the president
Dr. Jno. H. Goodwin, who has hole
the office for ten years. Certain parties
tried hard to defeat him, but the
Williamses and others won the fight.
G. W. Thompson and family and
L. S. Harmon and family motored to
AT\TT*11 J f ^ 1
uiouu^/vuic LU nu. dsiurfldy and
Sunday. ?*
Mr. Geo. W. Eddy of Tabor, N. J.,
arrived in Newberry Friday to spend
a wh;!e with his nephews and nieces.
Mr. Eddy is 86 years old and a brother
of the late Mr. Eddy of Jalapa.
O ^ f J 1 ,r 1 '
j>cu^ic t?i cynirai Aie^noaist
church will hold their week of
prayer service Thursday afternoon at
4:30 ai the church.
Th^ banks ef Newberry will close
all day Friday to observe Armistice
Mrs. H. C. Bland of Sumter and
-Mrs. J. 0. Hollowav of Chappeils are
'visiting their mother, Mrs M A. Hoiley,
on Divine street.?The Stater
Oct. 29.
The former Herald and News office
in Friend street is to be coverted into
a tea room as soon as the place can
be overhauled and made feady. ,
One lone highway speed?- left S1G
of hi? money with Magistrate Douglas
A. H. Day of Newberry county was
one of the ushers at the Crout-Hordcwedding
in Saluda county last Thursday
Mrs. B. ?M. Wise of Little Mountain
was the dame of honor at the
Dantzler-Huggins wedding in Camer*
on Saturday afternoon.
There was a pretty good crowd in
on Monday- and the sales were well
attended, as Master James D. Quattlebaum
hud several/cases* of business
for sciiesday, which, in November of
each year, is generally a lively day.
In the case of George Burder Boozer
and others against Henry Wilson
Boozer and others, the advertised
property was knocked down to E. S.
Biease, attorney, for $5,GC0, as also
for $3,000, was the property in the
case of -J. C. Sample against Wm. >1.
Dorr.Vn and* others. Glover B. Cameron
aj administrator in the case of
John W. Cameron, deceased, sold the
lot in town to W. Goodev Reld for
$2,025. In the case of Chas. W.
Chapman and others against Fannie
E. Dickert and others, H. M. Chapman
and others against Fanr.ie E.
Dickci\ una otncrs, H. ^1. ChnpiiKUi
bought for $4,650 that piecc of land
containing 123 29-100 acres, and
J. C. Stoudemire bought the lot containing
116 acres for $2,000.
Friday, 24tn instant, Chas. M. Ethridge
cf Xewberry?\vill preside a: the
session of the South Carolina College
Press association in Columbia, at a
round table discussion.
Second Lieutenant Thos. E. Jacobs
(Dr. Boyd) of the Veterinary corn >
lias been assigned to the medical detachment
of the >2nd Field avtiiierv.
Columbia. Vernon K. Merchant of
Chappells. Joseph V. Coiemaa of Silverstreet
and Levi K. ' ounts :>f
Prosperity, 2nd lieutenants attached
o the 327th division, have boon as
igntd to ea :?juar:ers of the or
:v.-i .s a: CoIUiiibia.
2-1 >\ I., fl.li.'.rd t (ircer.eiii
pe s< >\. .."berry
?!? . a :-i - i! - tl ii:i:a*! u
aiu*" In^* liei
is V v;. Wa:? . \.:ne af
?' !.. . ' ii; ; rr:tiea*
!'. v'irr.vti to Ci.tivnee and
h ii. \
raet*.: \V iison is going righ:
; heat: sr the ground ready fj.
hiding the hcu<:?s ">n stree
roperty formerly belonging to th
| ?tte Mr. Henry H. Blea.^e. The wor!
5 creating: iiwlv interest in the
unity. Kvciybciiy likes to -euilii'ng
goijig on.
Speaking of Jots, there ..re bull.'
ngr Kits in tni* c.ty ana tne n
ill turn them loose for the mone>
'he bigger and more valuable the lot
he higher the price. You car. buy r
ji it' you have the price.
Mamie Robertson, eolorcd. wh:
hot Jule Garrett and Hattie Jon<?>
ast Apr;! and was later caught i:
"orth Carolina and brought to th<
!ewbevry jii! where she lingered c.
vhilo and was released on bail, to bf
ried in the>eircuit court, had a cas<
.gainst her in the recorder's cour*
'or shooting in the c!iy (same time',
'orfeited a $20 bond in said court
Monday. She was let out on bail
T.st about a month vgo.
Rev. C. E. Thomas, paslor of. the
A est Hind isartist cnurcn, ana Aitorley
E J. Grcc-n of the Newberry bar
vere the invited guests at the Kiwans
banquet at the Ebtel National
Thursday night, to talk. Both accepted
the invitation to the table and
to make addresses. It is a high
loner to be invited to talk before so
ine a body. Both speakers, we arc
old., acquitted themselves hundsomey.
Rev. Mr. Thomas made splendic
talk on building up a community, and
Lawyer Green made an unusualy finv
=pcech on community cooperation.
One of the prettiest cats, that is
* av o p av m r\ v> V a'vK^vvv nnf ic o* 1
lui v t i a v.ui? io *-* *
Mr. Mike Counts' store." It belongs
'o a lady and she wouldn't part with
There is much said about flappers
.uid flapperism, but the flapperist
hing we could imagine would be a
.lip, flop fiapper in a Ford with a fooL
At a meeting of the creditors of
J. D. Quattlebaum, bankrupt, Thursday,
November 2, F. R. Hunter war
elected trustee.
Mrs Ryon Workman is visiting Mr
and Mrs. T. G. Williams. ,
Mrs. P Metts Fant is in Greenville
visiting: her sister, Mss T. E. Rivers.
Mr. Brack B. Davis of Columbia
was in th? city Saturday.
- Mr. Otis Lcminack and family have
moved from the home of Mrs. Scanmore
Lanrrford to the home of Mrs.
E. M. Derrick in Cline street.
Mattie Miller and Robert Miller,
colored, were married by Probate
Judge Ewart at his office ^ast Wednesday,
and the judge married a
white couple.Saturday night, both oT
Columbia. The v bride. Miss Lola
Pungsmore. was visiting here, and the
groom, Mr. A. X. Meetze, came up
for the occasion.
Mrs. R. D. Wicker returned last |
Friday from Atlanta with her little j
grandson, Gordon Blackmon, Jr., whoj
has recovered from his serious illness
ci pneumonia.
The many friends of Mrs. C. A.
Bowman will regret to know that she
is nut doing well. She is among!
those who have been lingering dangerous
The Bush River School Improve-:
mcnt association will have an oyster j
supper at the home of W. M. Bufordj
in the Bush River church neighbor- i
hood Friday night, November 17th, j
j beginning at 6:30 o'clock. Those!
I who do nor eat oysters will be served1
j with other tilings. |
j Mr. and Mrs. Irby Hipp a;:d little j
I son, Mrs. John H. Kiop and Miss Ein-j
i ...
j ma Hipp spent Sunday in Newberry;
as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oswald i
Ccpeland.?Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
1 Haifacre and children of Newberry
| were guests of Mr. and Mrs. \V. C.
! Baldwin cn Sundav.
{ * \
i Baldwin on Sundav.?Clinton ChronI
% f
: Mr. and Mrs. Frazier Evans of J
: Newberry spent the week-end with
.their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. S.j
j Coffnian.?Miss Ethel Hunter has
: returned from a week's stay in New-:
berry.?Clinton Chronicle.
i Mrs. A. T. Kipp and daughter. Do-:
' ris. 'of Newberry were guests at the
White Rock parsonage this wo?ek.?
. Lexington Dispatch-Xews.
Coming: the Royal Scotch Highland-!
er>' band, with seven vaudeville act,?.;
; Monday, November 20, and ''The
Bat" cn the 24th. Something good
, also all this week at the opera house/
"Grand Larceny" Tuesday: "The Wo|
man of Xo Importance" Wednesday;
"The Sign of *he .Tack 0'Lant?v?i"
Thursday;" t*Sittin' Pretty," Friday,
etc. The 1 a -1 mentioned is plav
under the auspices of the American
JLegion. ' ,
? ? ? ?
Unlike woman's work, France is
always dun. j
J . '
Want Ads
Jzi.-' car New Ycrk Danish Cabbage
will arrive about the 1 ~>lh of Xovcn.
ocr. Please send :n your oriler
at once. The pr';" will be
per hiridivd. Miller B::>s.
i e.. Prosperity. S. C. li-3-1:
or Sale?Ar.other tar of V. Orinre
md Corrusie.tcil R j<>fin.r just :/i
,\\ J. bought bef re the a !van:-e.
V-. B. Schuir.pcrt Co., Prosperity.
S. C. 11-3-3:. i taw
~r> S.iic?Saw mill outfit in running
order. Applv to Henrv L. Parr.
Xevberry, S. C. 11 3-tf
rci'.cr Brushes?I represent the Fuller
Brash company in Newberry
i ounty. and will be glad to have
your order. Phono 311 and make
rppoiniments. Mrs. Meliardy
Mower. 10-27-St
A'.- need the cash, you need the mu/c.
and ^jt the bargain. See our
: ecord ad. T. E. Salter.
~o- Sale?"? very :iaj ;ld ham-*, 3">c.
| J
Two tabs lard at ITcts. lb.
A trio ci vevv handsome black
chickens. $10.00.
Mrs. A. P. C.):email,
Chrapueiis, S. C.
3 9-0!-3t
We, the members of the Channel is
Gi. v.e Protective association, hereby
7i '-.id nnv nno fvnm h-Tnf-r"* nr fi>S
>.< or trespassing in any ma me: er
my cf our property, and offer a I:breward
for information leading
:o the conviction of any person viola!
insr this notice. This property includes
land in No. 7 township, in
el'ool districts Nos. 37, 3S, 39, 40,
r> \ extends on Saluda river frcm
'I:-and Ford" to "the old cat-olf'.
Wc mean business.
A. M. CHAPMAN & Broo.
L~>t?2 five-dollar bills at or near
Rest Room Finder please return to
Mrs. A. H. Maybin, Blairs, or to
'lost Room. FindeY elease return to
i ?.?
W - guarantee cur dye work. Sanitary
Laundry Co. 9-2G-St
We wTi have a car .now York Darsish
Cabbage at Prosperity. S. C., or.
v about the 15th Nov.. 1022. We will
')<: ify all our customers when they
p.r. ive. Price 1 S-4c ner noun '
11-7-lt i
\ *
S sveral Reasons Why D;
as Winter Appro
Solution of I
Memphis. Tenn.?This is the sease
n when dairymen begin to demand
a aigrher price for their milk and but
t and .they are engaging in their
a. jnl conflict with ihe milk aistribui'
:-rT in the city. From the low sunin.
or price of eight to ten cents per
q:.art, milk is advanced gradually a
cvnt-or two at a time until the win:c:
price of twelve to sixteen cents is
n- ache d.
This is the period when the newsp.
per writers exercise their right to
i: > >ast the ciistriliutor. They ktfiow
r. thing about the cost of making
ir.ilk or distributing it, but they be1'
ve they are tho champions of the
consumer. therefore they do not hesitrte
to call the milkman several kinds
o: a profiteer and a few other things
b sides. s
The price of every commodity is
lived by the cost of production and
ci -tribution and the consumer denind
for the volume produced. When
ir mufacturing costs ;-.rc- low and the
traduction large, it goes without say
iv.r I'm ilie priirt' u? ...'if u:uaii-.wi.*
cnsumrr reaches iis lowest point and
t!-? reverse i? true when costs are
' and the volume of production
i- small.
Dairy prednct/. arc low in price
d iring summer months, because the
(! '.ryw nn turn- Ms cows to pasture
:. :d iho succulent grasses supply a
wry large part of her feed. When
c.jjss dries up and the tender blades
i;. c o ir. e t ou gh. the <] a i rym a n m u s t
b \y hay to take the place of grass.
t'lUS the cost of producing milk is
) rsre'y increased. y
The greatest problem of the dairyn
m has beer, to obtain a feed which
cows wil! cat and convert into
rviik \vhcn he takes them from the
pasture. 1 'n'ess this ration is prorbaiaaceu.
the cow will invariably
show a big falling eft* in her mi!!:
y eld for several weeks after she is
p-.it on a dry ration.
This problem has bo?n studied for
' nr? by P>.Igar-?.Iorsran Co., the wellk
i.nvn feed manufacturers of this
ly. This concern maintains a sei*
v italic department which has made a
i eat many test- with dilc-rent com
!i?a:!ons of ffcuing materials to de'
' V:iae "he best rations, for dairy
i ?\v;- whe.i the pastures no longer
^ ;ppiy the succulent material.
The dairy ration which most perfectly
meets this need is known as
Strayed?<.):??. pointer -Jo?: named
Jin:. White and brown. Reward.
T. P. Wicker, care Farmer.-. Od
Hill. 10-27-4tp
Positively no hunting ?.!lcy,-ed 0
lands of C. S. Suber, S. G. Brown.
A. Brown. W. T. Brown and 1.
B. Mitchell.
1 o.o.i.;.,,
liov.dfi fcr growing bults, 20c and 30o
each. Bulbs of ail kinds. For the
i t*-t bulbs come lo iljyes Book &
Variety Store.
1 G-24-tf
V/antcd?(rood. cound pea;. Johnson-McCrackin
Co. 10-24-tf
Flashlights?Get them repaired and
fitted up here. Correct bulb and
battery will make a new light o?
it. Gilder & Weeks Co.
. fecan Tfcez?Finf trees, two year
grafts, $1.00. Three year grafts,
$1.50. Stuart and Schley best for
this section. C. D. Weeks.
10 17-tf
Aryonts for The State. be g ad
to handle your subscription* r.r?v
; n-; renewal. Gilder & Wee;.*,
j will seli my residence, six
miles from Prosperity, on Wednesday,
Xov. 3, 1922. at 10:00 o'clock,
the following personal property:
Mulws, wagons, buggies, corn and
fodder, organ good as now, good
cook stove and farm implements.
Terms cash.
. Prosperity, S. C., P.. F. D. >Jt>. 1
I 10-31-3t
Dry Cleaning saves your suit. Sanitary
Laundry Co. 9-20-St
Cadet Mixed Chocolates?Fine mixture.
high grade chocolates, 50c
pound. Gilder & Weeks Co.
: For Sor.t?Old Town plantation.
Twelve or thirteen one-horse farms
on Saluda river, line Bermuda
meadow, pasturage, ample
frt lroio m <1 ri
\J U .WUllUM^Ot JL 1 v * %*entirety
for several years for a
! cash annual rental. F. Werbcr.
Jr., Berwya, Maryland. 10-3-tf
Hr.'s cleaned and blocked. San:tary
i Laundry Co. 9-2f>-St
For Sale or Rent?Two horse farm,
good dwelling, tenant house, good
pasture and outbuildings, two
i nvles from Prosperity. J. 31.
1 Yvert^ ' 10-20-tf
f- or Sr.ic?Twj^gocd Thiery organs.
; Sea I3o.dor.ba a ?h. Pomaria, S.
: C. 11-7-1 tp
For Sait?Xew sound corn in the
i r^huck W. E. Moselcv, Prosperity,
| S. C. 11-7-it
All persons are forbidden to trcs
?ass on iar.d of the unders^ned by
: 'ranting, or in any ctr.er manner
II* 7-3 in
F* r Sr!e?Goat, wa.^on and harries-?.
In fine shape. Terms cash. Apniy
Farrop.-'s Barber shop, under Excbanrro
nrxil in wmtrt i ? . ?
airy Products Advance
aches,?The Only
'his Problem
Happy Cow feed. It is t^e coiv.diration
of cotton seed men.I. linseed menl
gluten feed., peanut oil feed, a If r.Ifp
meal, a small quintity of salt and
]?::re enne molasses mixed in iivt the
right proportions to supply the cmv
with the inillr-maKin? material m ine
balanced form which hor nature demands.
The nest suft'-rssfiil mUk produei
ers throughout the South are r.aw
feeding Kappy Cow Food regularlyand
they avc no longer losing in 'h"ii'
production of milk when they make
this change from pasture to a dry
food. They are fortunate in keeping
i'T? thr-ir prodiu-rr.n without mv.ter:a!
iy increasing tneir costs ana, as a resuU.
their nroSts are actually increased.
as prices are advanced for the fall
and winter season.
Happy Cow Feed is rapidly becomthe
backbone of the southern dairy
industry. Not only the commercial
dairyman, but residents of the
'0\v>;s and cities who keep one cow
for family production are feeding
this famous ration. It keeps their
. animals in good condition ami makes
rhom Droduce the maximum amount
of milk.
Happy Cow Feed is very economical.
because, pound for pound, it
irocs farther than any other combir.aior
of feuding materials. An excellent
ration for each cow is six to
eight pounds of Kappy Cow Feed,
wi?h 28 pounds of corn silage and 0
pounds of timothy hay.
The problem of milk production
and uniform r.v'Ik and butter prices
wil! be established when dairymen
and row owners make Happy Cow
Food the:r chief ration. This wcllknuv.*n
feed is sold throughout the
South by Happy Feed Stores. It i.~
s ">]:< by Sco'.t-Abi'anis Co., Whitmire.
S. C. '
In liniitinsr the price of anything
the sky is usually the limit.
Many a man grow.- i-age from wild
This fail r/.o.s: nutting parties are
gclr.r after nut coal. /
! The way to save our fur-bear in?
animals is to ton el: them to shave.
{ V7c llie undersigned >">'? hiTeny forbM:
| :.:\y <?rie j)C*son t>1- por.-ons from
hum;no; on our land by day <>r by
s ni^u. ' L. ! :. Lor.-, Carl HiiU- .
; Rufus Lonjr. L. M. and J. T Lon-.
j J. Robert Lon<c. Wlil'e .1. Loirr. j
; J. L. Di J-ibau-h, J. S. Bxfcioy.:
i 0. L. Mayer. i. A. Miller. M'.;s Lili
1 bin We]"h. V.\ V. Joi-iifon. \V.
j Barre. Re.::. E. (b.c. Mrs. C. i.
A brc a-s. 10-> 1 -2 Z]i
j Used Ford cars for sale Good ccnj
ditioTi. Hill Bros. 10-3l-8t
i Men s.r.'l '.vorr.en average $1.00 per
1 hour selling hosiery, four pair>:
t 1 ,
i icnovo nrnrw. w/?'!*. T^'D' n t\v
i new hosiery free. We pay MO per
| cent commission. Free samples to
j working agents. Cor.iplete line of
j wool and heather rwxtures. This
is the Mc? hosiery season.
! ence unnecessary. Eagie Hosiery
! Works. Darby. Pa. fl-2G10tp
; c? .
rnn q & ? Tc
1 I tr . - fX y ;.v
S Bagging and Ties
Gel Our Prices
j B0RR1TY & CO.
Phones 4 and 315
Shoe Repairing
I Whon those friendly, likable Old
Q l? a a<> <r> r <trMi*v*c r-nl ** r . r?At* f ^ tir f lior
I I SJ & JTUUi J gvi uiiuui i.tv. n\,ub<r?47
r.'hen they begin to show ijjns of a
: run-down condition, See Price.'
Electric Shoe Hospital
;3rd Floor Exchange Bank Eldg
Broken Lenses Duplicated
: Pleating?Aceordian, side and box
{ pleating done by steam at Mr*-..
Geo. S. McCravy's. Laurens, S. C.,
oUi w. Main sirccc. on: era
| will receive prompt attention.
Phone 263. 10-13-ot
i Money to Lend?On improved farm
j lands at G per cent.; wc can negotiate
loans on property in the town
j of Newberry. See us rt once'and
j file your application. Dominick &
Workman. Attvs. S-S*t"f
j Bagging and
; American Sales
!J n ?^>*?\ r<> twiir?
!r ?
f , fl
I# if?,
jIIM nfe
\ i
;j A new
|l we bought ?
If We off
I) ,
attractive p:
; quick mone;
Be sus'
y on buy.
1 We* ha1
v sr "w j.
Notions anc
interest yon
i w% cs*
1 11^
i \
\vi 1 receive application.-? for loan-j
fror:i the Federal I.;.:vl I'ar.k of Coiunii-'a
until November 10, 11?22.
I Ii11ci me your application without
i further delay.
| Sc-.-Trcas, 3.1 r. bethel National Farm
Loan Associations of Newberry
Countv. 10-:j-5t Itaw
I" i
? , I ?fcgw?wm, I !! ? Hifc. -mtmmm, mm-iwmnm i i m\ i i
; I irsr collection
I Second collect-.on
Third collodion. Symphony ..
All fivsh in stock.
IVe need the c^.-h, you r.c\ d t
This sncci::! this v/eck only.
9Tt c:
Er.it Main St.
r 2
i mmmmm ?a w ? y?i
I r=
\}A l:;:i;-jan4aaBs
: |M f 'iipi
si - ijfiimn o ra
. fi! f ! J IJEBSI
IL ^ ~
^ '.Seller
The happy, modern way. Thin!
will save you. Think of the hci
Everything in the Sellers Cabinet i
You have, U-r example, the Ori;
tion; the only Automatic Lowering
Extender: the beautiful white i5(
.Dast-prcof IJase Top underneath th
ware drawer; Ant-proof Casters;
hand-rubbed finish; patented Saglei
tion; Sanitary Lc~ Base; Roll Carta
| and many others.
Come in and sec a free demenst
-5* TT * TSK T
; Jo Jc A^ArsniFfl
i ,
Lime Phosphate fc
Acid Phosphate f<
Palmetto 8-3-3 for
T. M, Neel,
-mmmmarnm?iw iw in? i ?i ?
* jj
n , -. r n/
smpmeni or m
n a rock bottom
* ;
er these hats to
rices in order to:
'e to see these
ye a big line of
I Shoes at pric
Finished family v/a%h 10c ucr pound^HBHH
Sanitary Laundry Co.
Over Bake-Rite Bakery
Broken Lenses Duplicated
=========== J
Three for $2.00
Three for $1.75
Two for $1.50
lie rcccrus und get the -bargain. i
Newberry, S. C.
F"^ I !'
W.;' t ? J ! I
c4?sj o ^
-0. U, /
sMastercraft ^
^ o~ the work and energy a Sellers j
.:rs you can have for other things,
s scientifically arranged.
ginjl Extending Table Drawer Sec;
Flour Bin; Automatic Base Shelf i
)rcelain Work Tabie; the invisible
q Porcelain Work Table; the Silver- >
Sanitary GI-jss Drawer Pulls; oil, $
;s Drawers: dovetail joint construcin;
Roller Bearings on Work Table;
3RD & SON 1
w n ww' wwmtmBmmmmmmmtmmntmmmmmmrnmmmmmmpmm
' ??????i ^
& CO.
>r Alfalfa and Wheat.
>r Oats.
Phone 6402 4
" ? ji / ;
C3? "W *3
i price0
our trade at
realize some
hats before ^
Drv Goods.
es that will
1 I
, S. C.

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