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|g VOLUME No. 4S LEXINGTON, S. C., WEDNESDAY, DEC. 5 1917. N0. 5.
| MONDAY SALES
7 ATTRACT MANY.
f Money Plentiful Hakes Dirt
j? Soar Skyward, and
Bidding Lively.
Monday was legal salesday in Lex
xngton and a large crowd of people
from every section of te county were
[ here. Several sales of importance
1?j t . . frt-r Mondav.
ft QBU WBC11 ourciiiuvu *.?? . ,
F which with ideal weaiherprevailing
> attracted a large number of people.
I The following sales were mode by
Clerk of Court Holly L. Harmon. |
Bask of Pelion Plaintiff vs. A. S.
Jones, and B^H. Baugfeman, Jr. 18%
acres in Boiling Springs Township.
Bid in by T. C. Callison, atty., for
Bank of Pelion, for $125.00.
Kat$e T. Hendri^ Plaintiff
^ I. Jumper and Southern State
to*AonhfttA Fertilizer Comnany
Defendants 200 seres in Piatt Springs
Township. Settled
./Catherine Derrick,' Plaintiff vs.!
.^Willie Derrick admr. Estate of 0. A.
: ^Derrick, Deed., et al Defendants 2701
acres in Hollow Creek Township bid1
in by John P. Able for $6475.00.
| John J. Long, executor of A. M.
NLong, deceased, Katie Ruth Long et
aL Defendants. 450 acres in Hoi
. i .J". .
^ low Creek Township, Bid in by
John J. Long '$4025.00.
Also 10 acres in town of LeesviQe
l>id in by John J. Lng, for $905.00,
D. E. Ballentine Plaintiff vs. A. J.
Fox et al Dfdts. 9 acres near Lexington
bid in by T. C, Sturkie, atty.
*or $600.00.
T. P. Meetze Plaintiff vs. A. J.
Fox et al, 270 acres Black Creek
Township, bid in by tTimmeirma^
Clraham and Callison, attys for $1700
Mrs. Hattie B. Cooper, Admr. et
-1 AAA qb
<3U> 1/6XU13. 6UU auco ivuvnu cms vu?
"Ephraim Alewine place. Bid in by
* H. 0. Cooper $725.00.
BUSY DAY IN LEXINGTON.
_ Wednesday, November 28th, was
a red letter day in Lexington, for
the sale of cotton. More cotton was
sold off wagons* than was ever known
before. The price paid wa3 30 cents
per pound, and over 350 bales were
bought by local buyers. Lexington
is one of the best cotton markets in
-the r.ountv. her local buyers always
paying the top of the market. Mr.
Sam P. Roof who buys for the Lexington
Manufacturing Company, said.
*T have been buying cotton in Lexington
for the past 15 or 18 years
and I have n?tver seen as much cotton
brought to Lexington in one day."
Judge T. L. Harman who has also
"been a buyer in Lexington for a
-number of years said, "I have never
in all my experience as a buyer seen
. ' as much cotton sold from wagons
in Lexington as was brought here on
"Wednesday.
EXECUTOR'S LAND SALE.
As Executor of the Last Will and
Testament of Mrs. Emma E. Perry,
deceased, and by virtue of the same,
1 will sell- on Thursday, December
20, 1917, at eleven o'clock in the fore,
noon, in Batesburg, S. C? at the last
. place of residence of th esaid Mrs.
"Emma E. Perry, a lot or parcel of
land known as her Home Place, con/
* taining approximately three acres,
and the buildings thereon. This prop- j
F -erty may be sold as a whole or be cut!
in lots, but in either event prospec-j
f ' tive bidders may see a plat of the;
same which is to be made and may!
??- ???? /nr_ i
X1V1U U1C vnuviiuguvu *? !ther
information in regord to the same
before the sale is made.
TERMS OF SALE: All cash, and
# purchaser in addition to the amount j
of his bid must pay for the prepara-j
i. ' tion of the necessary papers and thei
Tevenue stamps to be placed thereon, j
GEO. BELL TIMMERMAN,
! Executor of the Last Will and Testament
of Mrs. Emma E. i*erry, deceased.
Lexington, S. C.
h
SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY
I
I will sell to highest bidder on,
Thursday at 10 o'clock Dec. 13th at!
my place known as the Joe Reeder ;
old place. The Following:
300 bu. corn, 3000 lbs. fodder &;
Peas, iSeveral Hogs, I mule, one, j
one top buggy?one 1 horse, Wagon i
and other farming implements.
Itpd. John J. Caughman j
Don't forget the Ladies Bazaar
? ? T\ _ _ if i r- -nv -*-> i n
~on L>ec. i ana ? in Liurre s uaraice.
| CORN GROWERS ASSOCIATION.
Meeting Well Attended. Exhibits
. Best Yet. t
1
The Lexington County Corn Grow i
ers association and Boys Corn Club v
held their annual meeting in the a
Court oHuse in Lexington Saturday t
i Dec. 1 and it was a complete sue- b
cess both from a stand point of at- o
tendance and exhibits . More in-' h
terest was manifested at this meet-1 c
ing than any previous one shown ?
that the farmers of Lexington conn- 1
ty are wide awake and are improv I
ing their Corn Crops each year. It C
was impossible to get the details and I
list of premiums awarded for pub- e
ligation this week, but a full ac- i
count of the entire meeting will be e
published nert week. v
I
LUTHERAN PARSONAGE *
TO BE SOLD ?
At a congregational meeting held o
immediately following service Sun- E
day morning, in St. Stephen's Luther E
an Church, it was unanimously de- 1
cided to sell the present parsonage E
on upper Main Street and build a S
?4-I.A iroAanf 1A+ C
I16W DUC Ull lie ravnuk ivv ing
the church This was consider- B
ed necesssary t >cause of the incon- o
venience of the .ocation of the pras- t
ent parsonage to the pastor and his I
family relative to church work. By tl
a vote of the congregation the mat? A?
ter of selling the old parsonage was tl
left entirely in the hands of the pas ii
tor and council. The present par- li
| sonagc is very desirable propel v,y for r:
! a residence and the council should t
have no trouble in disposing of it at c;
an early date. P
V)
Statement of the Condition of '
THE BANK OF WESTERN CARO. N
LINA, located at Lexington, 5. C? '<
at the close of business Nov. 20, v'
1917.. ?
RESOURCES. ?
Loans and Discounts 124,524.16
Due from Banks and Bank. sf
prs 456.18 fi
Currency, 6,066.00
Silver and other minor w
coin, 823.58 ri
Checks and "Cosh Items, 1,074.64 11
Due from Head Office, AL s
ken, S. C., 54,072.33
v - -r-r v ^ ^ g]
TOTAL,.... 187,016.89 &
Undivided Profits, less Cur. $
rent Expenses and Taxes
Paid, 1,187.74 c<
Individual Deposits
Subject to Check, 86,926.93 T
Savings Deposits, 94,937.46
Time Certificates of w
Deposit, 1,000.00 d;
Manager's T
Checks, 2,964.76 185,829.15 ?
TOTAL, 187,016.89 ia
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, t(
County of Lexington, ss. w
Before me came G. H. Ballentine, L
Manager of the above named bank,
who, being duly sworn, says that the
above and foregoing statement is a
true condition of said bank, as shown
by the books of said Bank.
G. H. BALLENTINE. n
Sworn to and subscribed before me ?'
this 28th day of Nov. 1917.
J. D. CARROLL, (L.S.) "
Notary Public for South Carolina.
Correct Attest:
C. M. EFIRD, ) a!
H. M. DIBBLE, ) Directors.
F. B. HENDERSON, )
Condensed Statement of the Bank 1T
of Western Carolina at the close of w
business Nov. 20th, 1917: e:
ASSETS.
Bills Receivable $2,236,942.58 ^
Bonds and Stocks 331,215.00 0
Banking House ?nd Real
Estate 119,207.98 11
Cash on Hand and in
Banks, 681,787.88 I]
4 CI
TAT AT M5CQ 155 1^ &
jl vr
LIABILITIES. ia
Capital and Surplus,.... $555,200.00
Undivided Profits, less
Expenses and Taxes
Paid, 65,079.55
Deposits, 2,748,873.89 ?
Bills Payable, NONE
n
TOTAL, $3,369,153.44 U
The entire Capital, Surplus and
Undivided Profits amounting to
$620,279.55 stands as protection to ?
every depositor of any branch.
HEAD OFFICE, AIKEN, S. C.
c?
cr>Tjr?r?T rvTrnT* ivurxiT
ov^nvvL. i t.A i 1
The ladies 'School Improvement
I eague of Cherokee will give an entertainment
Saturday night, Decern-,
ber 15, beginning at 7 o'clock. The fc]
public is cordially invite:'
i.
TIMMERMAN.HARMAN. | T
One of the prettiest weddings of
he season was that of Miss Saidee
Zimmerman of Batesburg, and Mr. C
lolley L. Harman of Lexington, ii
* ? 1 m J _ I r
mien tooK piace luesaay aixeruuim i
t 4:30 o'clock at the Batesburg Bap j o:
ist church. The church was simply ti
>ut artistically decorated with masses' c<
f ferns, palms and evergreens, while p
andsome white chrysanthemums and! v,
andles accentuated the bridal white o:
ind jgreen. Before the ceremony, ir
irs. A. Watson played "Hark, c;
lark, tSe Lark," and Miss Nannie p
lunter sang "Love's Secret" and I! o:
.ove You." At the strains of Mend y
lssoim's -wedding march, played by
frs; Watspn, the bridal party enter- 2
d Rrst to enter down either aisle I a:
^ KHl/v wkV/vn koornrc TT.1?7Q_ IT
rc? H1C llkliC xiuuuii Ubuxbxa, ->eth
Timmerman, Josephine Jones, e<
fary Ellen McCarthy and Kathleen a
fathisj; then followed J. F. Ouzts, Jr y
f Greenwood and Miss Katie Bell ii
[armtm, sister of the groom, Heben
lallentine and Miss Annie Rutland, t(
Brooks JWingard and Miss Elvira v?
[arman, cousin of the groom, John
lox and Miss Carrie Mobley, Norman ci
reiger of Lexington and Miss Sudie a
fay of Greenwood; then the dames
f honor, Mrs. J. D. Mathis of Tren- fi
on sister of the bride, and Mrs. Roy q
tandall of Columbia, followed b:T b<
he maids of honor Misses Sue and p]
'auline Timmerman, twin sisters of S
he hride also Julian Corlev of Lex
lgton as proctor. The ring bearer
ttle Hattie Jean Brabham with the e<
ing imbedded in a yellow chrysan- si
hemnm pre^nted the bride, who et
ame in on the arm of her brother,
rice Tiramerman, Jr., and the groom
ith his brother Harry Harman. They
'ere joined at the alter by Rev. N.
r. Burton of Batesburg whoc onduct
3 the-ceremony. The biide's gown
as a hanosome tailored suit of bur P(
andy with accessories to match. d{
he carried a shower boquefc of bri
al roses and it can be truthfully
id that the bride never looked pret
er than on her wedding day. The
m'lflo nrnro IawoItt itawtio r\f
L1M VhJ U* UU TT V4 V iV f ViJ T? JU.J VX
hite satin with white hats and car ?
F*
ed bouquets of white chrysanthe- '
Lums. The groonsmen wore blue c
irge suits with grey gloves.
The bride is the accomplished dau 50
bter of J. Elbert Timmerman of
jhnston and rand daughter of
le late W. H. Timmerman. The
room is a graduate of Newberry
)llege and is the popular and effi- Rf
ent Clerk of Court of Lexington. ^
he bridal party and a few close
riends ^f the contracting parties
ere deluightfully entertained Mon-~ ^
ay evening by Mr. and Mrs. R. H.
immerman at their home where a
dad and ice course was served.
Mr. and Mrs. Harman left immedttely
after the ceremony for a trip
> Florida. After their return they
ill be at home to their friends in se
exington. c
fa
EXINGTON TO HAVE b(
ANOTHER NEW DRUG STORE.
Lexington is soon to have another CI
ew enterprise, in the foundation of M
n up-to-date drug stpre. The new hi
irm will operate under the style y<
ame of Geiger Drug Co., with Dr.
orman S. Geiger, for many years Li
ssociated with the Harmon Drug Co.. te
5 manager. M
The new firm will occupy the Kau ti
r i.. ?^J fVi
iiaxi uuiiumg, luniiciijr uucupicu wjr ^
ie Harmon Drug Co. The build1
g is now undergoing repairs and H
ill be equipped throughout with mod in
rn fixtures. in
The prescription department, Dr.
eiger announces, will be in carge vj
f a licensed pharmacist.
In addition to a full line of drags,
ie new store will carry a complete < bi
;ock of sundries and fancy articles. CI
i a i?ord, the new firm expects to ai
induct an up-to-the-minute store;
rid the success of the undertaking
i already assurred. t?
1 1 in
FINAL DISCHARGE gi
r?
Notice is hereby given that I will D
pply Hon. George Drafts,
udge of Probate for Lexington Cou ra
ty, for a final discharge as Execu>r
of the estate of D. F. Keisler, on b\
le estate of D. F. Keisler, on the is
1st day of December 1917, at 11. f.i
'clock a. m. All persons indebted i ir
y said estate will make payment on \ w:
r lifore the abova mncu ddc and Jo?
11 persons holding claims will pre-j
ent tnem auiy verinea. le
J. Y Keisler w
Exeeu.t u*
| M
Miss Pauline. Hook spent the week' is
nd with her friend and school mate ar
Liss Cliftr?*' ;' "* of Greenwood. T]
I
I
O HOLD POSTOFFICE EX- ]
AMINATION FOR PEAK.
The United States Civil Service:
ommission has announced an exam-; 1
lation to be held at Newberry, S. i
on January 12, 1918, as a result 1
f which it is expected to make cer- J
fication to fill a contemplated va- ]
ancy in the position of Fourth-class <
ostmaster at Peak, S. C., and other i
acancies as they may occur at that i
ffice, unless it shall be decided in the ^
iterests of the service to fill the va 2
ancy by reinstatement: The com
ensation of the postmaster at this ^
ffice was $341, for the last fiscal t
ear. I
Applicants must have reached their 2
1st birthday on the date of the exmination,
with the exception that
I a State where women are declard
by statute to be of full age for
II purposes at 18 years, women 18
ears of age on the date of the exam,
lation will be admitted.
Applicants must reside within the
irritory supplied by the postoffice for i
hich the examiation is announced.
The / examination is open to all 3
itizens of the United States who t
in comply with the requirements. I
Application blanks, form 1753, and 1
ill information concernnng the re- f
uirements of the examination can j
e had from the postmaster at the 1
lace of vacancy or from the United i
tates Civil Service Commission, at i
Washington, D. C. Y
Applications should be properly ex ]
luted and filed with the Commis- c
on at Washington, D. C., at the
lrliest practicable date.
Personal and Local.
r
(
For the balance of the saeson the L
eoples Gin will run only on Tu#s- g
ay and Friday of.each week. c
s
For the balance of the saeson the c
eoples Gin will run only on Tues- j,
ay and Friday of each week.
J. Hoy Wessinger, manager of teh T
airmnt farmers has recently pur-- ^
lased some thorough bred Duroc
irsey pigs, from Mr. J. C. Kobin?n
of* Lancaster.
k
Private Samuel B. George of Com.; c
my "B" Wofford College recruits i
>erit Sunday at home. He was ^
lorting a. brand new U. S, Regula- j
on uniform; ' ' * >
- . - * d
The Ladies Aid Society of St. Ste ?
len's Lutheran Church will hold a
azazar in DuPre's Garage Friday
id Saturday Dec. 7 and 8th, for ^
ie benefit of thee hurch. ,
c
HOGS. HOGS. HOGS. ?
t
Just received car of fine Tennes? j ^
:e hogs, all sizes, at 18 1-2 to 19; ^
;nts per pound. They are going; ^
ist, and all' who want to buy had i .
ist come quick. IJ
Caughman & Sox. j*
Geo. A. Bouknight, from near ;
Tiroe 5> vicifnr in T,#>xir>erton
uayiiji tiuu t* t Ak/Aw* 0
onday and always seeing a good ^
isiness proposition paid us for a
sar in advance.
J. J. Schneider, a good citizen from' ^
sxington route 2, was in town yes- .
rday and paid us a pleasant visit,
r. Schneider renewed his subscrip
on for another year in advance .
r
tereby saving 50 cents.
Hon. T. H. Shull, member of the
ouse of representatives from Lexgton
county was here Monday, and j
keeping with his reputation as a ^
>od business man paid a year in ad ^
mce.
HOGS FOR CHRISTMAS. *
TXT n o tta fVio nf hners everi
T> C nave uu, uiivwv _
ought to Lexington. Buy now fori
firistmas. All oizes and the prices i
e right. Come now.
Caughman & Sox. ^
C. A. Snelgrove, prominent plan- ?
r from near Gilbert was a visitor.
Lexington yesterday. Mr. Snel- ^
ove took his time by the firelock:
mewing his subscription to Thej
ispatch-News before January 1st,' ]
stting in on the old $1.00 per year jite.
P
Mr. Perry Caughman, the stock ^
iyer of Caughman Brso. Columbia ^
just back fro mthe west w'tii a ,
ie lot of mules. Go see these Lex| ,
rrfor, hnvs Thev are honest and j _
f.. wn _ It
ill treat you right either in a trae ^
straightou* purchase.
Messrs. B. F# and Henry Neese,
aing farmers from near Swansea
ere visitors in Lexington last Wed lb
?sday. They were accompanied by j ^
iss Noose daughter of B. F. who 1]
a student at Summerland college'b
id was on her way home to spend!
lanV.sgiving. [ -1
INFORMATION FOR
PJEANUT RAISERSt
f I
have been trying for the last
:hree months to get a peanut picker
n this section as nromised me bv the
farmers Storage & Fertilizer Co. of
yken last spring. The parties had
promised to get the picker over here
ibout the middle of November but
n reply to my letter of the 26th askng
about it I received a leter of
vhich the following is a copy, dated
November 27th.
"Replying to your letter of the
26th, we beg to say that we are exiremely
sorry on acount of the deay
in getting the peanut picker to
fou, but it has been a slow tip hill
iob since the beginning in making
>ut the rout for the machine. Some
>ody had to be last, naturally you
jemg me iarmerest away we uamcu
rour place last to go. We have just
inished picking around Aiken and
;he machine leaves here^ tomorrow
:or Windsor and aB'rnwell, as soon
is it finishes there it will go to the
Wagener section, and from there
rou can get it We will not make
he charge first made you but will
nake a more reasonable charge. We
ind that it takes longer than we
irst thought to get the machine from
)lace to place, especially with the
abor difficulty we are having We
ire doing all in our power to get the
nachine to you before Xmas and will
lave to ask that your people be as
patient as possible under the cir:umstances."
C. M. EF1RD
NOTIFY OF NEW ADDRESSES.
Columbia, Nov. 30.?In a telegram
received today by ^Governor Manling
from Provost Marshal General
Drowder the provost marshal general
irges that the widest publicity be
riven to the regulations which reluire
that all registrants under the
(elective draft act who may have
hanged their places of abode notify
ocal boards of their new addresses.
General Crowder states that men
vho have changed their addresses
hould notify boards immediately so
hat when, the mailing of questioniree
begins December 15, they will
each such registrants without delay.
Registrants are bound by law to
:eep themselves advised of all proeedings
in respect of them, the proost
marshal general declares, and
ailure to do so may result In their
osing right to claim exemption cr
lischarge.
IAD ODORS ORDERED REMOVED
Columbia, Nov. 30.?For several
lays complaints have been made to
)r. James A. Rayne, of the state
ioard of health, by citizens living on
, highway nine miles from the city
>ecause of nauseous odors arising
rom the carcasses of dead mules and
torses dumped there from Camp
ackson. Dr. Hayne took the subect
up with Dr. Frank Simpson, past
.ssistant surgeon in the United Stats
public health service in charge of
Lealth matters at Camp Jackson, and
yesterday the latter gave instrucions
that will remedy the situation.
Hie farmers and residents in the
ection claim that living conditions
lave been almost unbearable since
hese dead animals have been preented
to their community, and the
ioard of health lost no time in havng
the evil corrected.
PLAY AT RED KNOLL.
There will be a play given at the
led Knoll school Saturday night Dec
5 for the benefit of the school,
"here will also be refreshments ser
* mi 1-T- J : _ 71 ? 4. ^
'eel. me puDiic ic curumuj' juvibcu
o atend.
For the surest protection against
oss see:
I HE LEXINGTON INSURANCE
AGENCY FIRE, LIFE, LTVE STOCK
nd AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE.
Office at The Bank *?f Western
'rrolina.
Mrs. J. J. Bickley has been quite
11 for several weeks at her home on
)epot street, and she is still a very
;ickj ^oman.', Howevefc* 'everything
hat medical science and loving
ands can do for her is being admin
stered. Her daughter Mrs. J. D.
Austin, ^ho has h? 1 considerable I
xperience as a tr ned nurse is at
er bedside.
TRESPASS NOTICE
All parties are hereby warned not
o trespass upon my land in any way
whatsoever. The law will be strict-j
y enforced against all persons violting
this notice.
J. Wm, Earjrle,
tOc. ' Peak, S. C. I
WHITE MAN
CUT BY NEGRO
; H Snplflrrnvp SIichpH Rv
VI 111 UUVl^l V T V U1UUUVU IS J
Robert Fox On Last
Saturday.
.John Henry Snelgrove, a well
known young farmer residing about
5 miles west of Lexington was seriously
cut by a negro man known as
"Fox" Saturday afternoon at the
front entrance to Caughman-KaMilier
Co's. store. It seems that few
words were passed between Snel
grove and the negro. Snelgrove waa
standing just inside the store door
and as "Fo*'' entered, he pushed the
door open against Snelgrove, causing
him to say something to "For"
about walking over him, when 'Tor'
immediately began cutting Snelgrove
with a large pocket knife, cutting
him in the face several times, one
stab going through to his mouth an*
splitting his tongue. He hlso re*
reived several stabs in the back and
shoulders.
Snelgrove was rushed to the Baptist
Hospitai in Columbia as it was
thought that he was fatally hurt.
The physicians had considerable tro*
ble in stopping the flow of blood
which was very profuse especially
from the gash in his tongue. The
last report received from the hospital
was to the effect, that he is r*
proving some but is not yet out of
danger.
"Fox" is said to be one of the negroes
brought to Lexington several
years ago from the Hagenback and
Wallace circus, to stand trial for
the murder of Paul Williams, a young
man from Columbia who was riding
on the Circus train. He was arrested
late Saturday night by Sheriff
Miller and is now confined in the
county jail awaiting the outcome of
Snelgrove's wounds.
SUMMONS FOR RELIEF.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
?County of Lexington. In the
Court of Common Pleas.
THE BARRE COMPANY, Plaintiff,
vs. D. P. Tate, P. A. Hodges, W
G, Tanner, Ed. Corley, Eugene
Cousins, and J. E. Hinnant, Defendants.
TO THE DEFENDANTS ABOVE NAMED:
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONT-ITA
J 1 3 X. 4-1* ?
TjU ana requireu w answer cue v/vw
plaint herein, a copy of which is here
with served upon you, and to serve
a copy of your Answer upon the sub
scriber at his office in Lexington,
South Carolina, within TWENTY
DAYS after the service hereof, exclusive
of the day of such service,
and if you fail to answer the Complaint
herein within the time afore
said, the plaintiff in this action will
apply to the Court for the relef demanded
in the Complaint.
C. M. EFIRD, Attorney
For Plaintiff.
NOTICE.
To the defendant Eugene Cousins:
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the
summons and Uompiamt m tms action
is now on file in the office of the
Clerk of Court of Common Pleas for
the said County and State.
C. M. EFIRD, Attorney for
Plaintiff.
Sale of Real Estate Postponed.
Through a misunderstanding the
estate lands of Mrs. R. C. Shealy,
were not sold Monday as advertised,
but will postively be sold the first Moi
day in January. See the advertise
ment carried elsewhere in this issue.
Judge T, L. Harman and Jacob
H. Roberts of Chapin, have just returned
from Lexington, Kentucky,
where they purchased a car load of
mules and horses This stock wil
reach Lexington the latter part of
the week and will be quartered at
Judge Harman's bam in Lexington,
where they will be shown to the pub
lie. Mr. Harman will continue to
receive shipments from time to time
and his pens will be kept full of first
class mules the balance of the season.
Just received a shipment of McDougall
kitchen Cabinets. One of
the best Cabinets made. There is
nothing that will be more appreciated
by your wife than one of the
cabinets for a christmas present.
E. TAYLOR Furniture Store

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