Lyman County, South Dakota  Genealogy

Lyman County Argus Leader
 and Oacoma Gazette Leader  

Both published at Oacoma, SD

1906 and 1910

A-G    H-M    N-Z  

Posted online 09 Feb 2011


"Down Memory Lane" - 100 years ago  articles are extracted (in five-year increments) from the old newspaper-bound books and transcribed
for re-publication in the Chamberlain-Oacoma Sun . Transcribed and submitted by Mark Nesladek. Thanks Mark!  Indexed barbara stallman-speck  
    


NAME

CONTENT AND NEWSPAPER AND ITS ISSUE DATE

NEAL

Rev. VAN DEUSEN of West Point, Ill is the new pastor at the Christian Church. He takes over the pulpit from Rev. NEAL.  .  Jan. 18, 1906  Gaz

NELSON

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nelson are the proud parents of a daughter born to them on March 8.   March 17, 1910  

NELSON

Miss Anna Nelson and E.P Mahoney were married in Chamberlain Thursday and will live on the brides’ claim in Presho.  Aug. 16, 1906  Gaz

NELSON

Mr. N. Nelson of McClure filed his second naturalization papers.   Sept. 8, 1910  Arg    

NICHOLS

A.A. Nichols and Miss Emma Larson of Lund and were recently married at Chamberlain. Nov. 22, 1906   Arg

NOKES

Miss Ann Nokes of Platte  was married to former Reliance resident Perry O. Cloud Sept. 28.  Oct. 6, 1910   Arg

NORDIN

The six year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Nordin died of diphtheria.   Nov. 17, 1910   Arg

NORTON

Oliver Norton won the silver medal oratorical contests sponsored by the W.C.T.U. Friday.  March 3, 1910    Arg

NORTON

William Norton of the Edna area died April 19.  April 28, 1910  Arg

NOVAK

A son was born last week to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Novak of Iona.    Feb. 17, 1910   Arg

NOVINSKI

The Catholics in Reliance will celebrate July 4 with a grand picnic at George Novinske’s.  June 16, 1910  Arg

NOVINSKI

A picnic dinner and dancing in the evening July 4 at Novinksi’s north of Reliance.  June 28, 1906  Gaz 

NUSS

Mr. and Mrs. August Nuss report the arrival of a baby girl at their home.   Dec. 20, 1906   Arg 

O’BRIEN

William J. O’Brien and Miss Odella Lemineau, both of Van Metre, were married Thanksgiving Day in Fort Pierre.  Dec. 8, 1910   Arg

O’CONNOR

A baby boy born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank O’Connor Saturday.  June 28, 1906  Gaz 

O’CONNOR

Mr. and Mrs. Frank O’Conner welcomed the birth of a 12 pound baby boy to their home. Nov. 3, 1910 Arg

O’CONNOR

Mr. and Mrs. Frank O’Conner are the new parents of a 12 pound baby boy born at their Reliance home. Oct. 25, 1906  Arg

OAC. SETTLER

The Oacoma Settler newspaper will move its office to Presho.   Feb. 8, 1906  

OHLSON

   A committee was appointed by-laws were made and membership established  to organize a fire company in Oacoma. The officers include Frank McManus as Chief, F.A. Smith as Secretary and Treasurer is Frank Ohlson.  April 7  1910  Arg

OLD SOLDIER'S/ SETTLER’S PICNIC

The Old Soldiers Reunion and Old Settlers Picnic in Oacoma June 17-18.  May 19, 1910 Arg

OLESON

Thor Oleson of Kennebec was in Oacoma and took out his 2nd citizenship papers. Sept. 1, 1910   Arg

PAULSEN

Fred Paulsen sold six quarter sections of his land for $25 an acre. .    Nov. 17, 1910   Arg

PENDALL

Florence Pendall has resigned her position as “hello” girl at the Draper Telephone Exchange. Faith Dixon is the new “hello” girl.  (telephone operator)   March 17, 1910  

PERRY

Charles Perry will reportedly start a restaurant on the Senn corner lot. Oct. 18, 1906 Gaz

PETERSON

Charley Peterson sold a team of horses for $300.   March 29, 1906 

PETERSON

Miss Amanda Peterson and Mr. Herman Strand and, both of Reliance, were married Oct. 17 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. Dent in Chamberlain.  Oct. 25, 1906  Arg

PETERSON

Arthur Peterson and Miss Lula Fletcher and Mr. Willie Fletcher and Miss Lillian Johnson were married in a double wedding at the Congregational church Wednesday. Nov. 3, 1910 Arg

PIKE

W.H. Pike will open a dry goods store in Oacoma Feb. 15.   Feb. 3, 1910    Arg

PIKE

Miss Edna Marshall is the new employee at W.H. Pike’s new store.   Feb. 17, 1910   Arg

PILKER

L.H. Dunn, Chas. Pilker, John B. Benson candidates for Lyman Co sheriff.  March 10, 1910   Arg

PILKER

A girl born to Mr. and Mrs. Chris Pilker.   Aug. 2, 1906  Gaz

PILKER

Chris Pilker’s new tin shop and hardware store will soon be completed Nov. 8, 1906 Arg

PLACE

Mrs. Anna PLACE and William C. Spaulding were wed Tues by Judge Greene. Jan. 27, 1910  Arg

PLACE

Wm. H. Place dug new potatoes the size of pigeon eggs from his garden March 29.  March 31, 1910 

POARCH

George Poarch of Kadoka, Stanley county, has announced his candidacy for sheriff of Lyman county.   March 3, 1910    Arg

Pontoon bridge

The pontoon bridge is out due to break up of the ice on the river.  March 1, 1906  Gaz

POTTER

Frank Potter of Kennebec purchased a new dray and will soon be in business.  March 10, 1910   Arg

POTTER

C.A. Potter purchased the blacksmith shop in Kennebec from Harry Mills.  May 31 1906 Gaz. 

POWERS

L.B. Laughlin, U.S. Land Office receiver at Chamberlain, has sent in his resignation. H.S. Hedrick of Chamberlain and Charley Powers of Pukwana are interested in the position. June 2, 1910  Arg

POWERS

William Powers purchased the old Norway school building and moved it to Reliance.     Dec. 20, 1906   Arg 

PRAIRIE SUN

The Prairie Sun published by Williamson Bros. at Kennebec has enlarged to a six column quarto.    Dec. 20, 1906   Arg 

PRETTY WOMAN

A marriage license was issued by Clerk of Courts Mackay to Mr. Ragged Nose and Miss Pretty Woman, both Lower Brule residents. Nov. 8, 1906 Arg

QUARNBERG

H. Quarnberg constructing 18-foot launch for excursions and picnic parties.  May 3, 1910  Gaz

rabbits

The local nimrods made a killing of about 60 rabbits in one day.   Nov. 15, 1906   Arg

RAGGED NOSE

A marriage license was issued by Clerk of Courts Mackay to Mr. Ragged Nose and Miss Pretty Woman, both Lower Brule residents. Nov. 8, 1906 Arg

RAILROAD BRIDGE

The railroad company will begin putting up a steel bridge across the Missouri this summer. March 31, 1910    

RAILROAD
WRVR

White River Valley Railroad is now named the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad. May 5, 1910   Arg

RALSTON

Mr. and Mrs. Al Ralston of Iona report a new baby boy born Feb. 19.   March 3, 1910    Arg

RALSTON

Mr. and Mrs. Al Ralston’s infant son of Iona died from the measles last week  May 5, 1910   Arg

REARICK

Measles broke out in the Frank MOLASH family this week. The David Rearick family of Kennebec is also acquainted with the measles.  Jan. 27, 1910  Arg

REARICK

County Treasurer Rearick and wife welcomed a new baby daughter to their home Monday. Dec. 6, 1906  Arg

REBECCA’S

A local lodge of the Rebecca’s will be organized in Oacoma Thursday night.  April 14, 1910  Arg

REED

The restaurant was leased and served the first meal Saturday evening by owners Ralph Lanyon and Wm. Reed. Jan. 20, 1910  Arg

REED

Miss Petronilla Cullen and Minne Reed earned 1stgrade teaching certificates.  April 26, 1906   Gaz

REEVES

Attorney A.W.W. Reeves has opened a law office in Kennebec. Oct. 18, 1906 Gaz

RELIANCE DRY TOWN

Reliance is a dry town for the year as no license carried in Butte Township, short by seven votes.   March 3, 1910    Arg

RIGNEY

Miss Ann Rigney  and Peter Moran and were married Tuesday at the Catholic parsonage in Kennebec.   Arg  Dec. 1, 1910

RIVER ICE

The ice on the Missouri River broke Tuesday morning.   March 10, 1910   Arg

ROBERTS

Former resident John Roberts Sr. died Dec 6, 1909 of apoplexy.  Feb. 10, 1910  

Rocky Mt Tom

“Rocky Mountain Tom” was in town last week and took out a ‘grub stake.”  Feb. 17, 1910   Arg

ROESER

A sink was installed in W.C. Roeser’s hotel last week in Kennebec. July 19, 1906 Gaz

ROESER

Miss Orpha Roeser and  Henry E. Lien and were the contracting parties of a wedding ceremony at the Hotel Roeser November 18.     Nov. 29, 1906   Arg

ROSE

Mr. and Mrs. Det Rose of Iona have a new baby boy born Aug. 13. Aug. 18, 1906   Arg

ROSENCRANCE

Alma Rosencrance and Willard F. Kelley were married last Saturday at the Congregational Church.   Dec. 13, 1906  Arg

ROSS

Mr. and Mrs. Ross of Kennebec are happy over the birth of their son.  Feb. 10, 1910  

ROY

Mrs. Mary Roy and family left Iona last week for new home in Montana.  Mar 24, 1910  Arg

RUSHFORD

T.J. Rushford is the mason in Oacoma.     May 12, 1910  Arg

SALOONS

A petition with some sixty odd names are against a saloon in Kennebec. The county dads approved of a saloon in Presho and Reliance, however.   March 15, 1906 

SALZMANN

Miss Minnie Salzmann andMr. Henry Bell of Iona were married Monday morning April 11 at the home of Rev. and Mrs. T.J. Black.  April 21, 1910  Arg 

SALZMANN

Jacob Salzmann of the Iona vicinity died April 20.     April 28, 1910  Arg

SANDBARS IN RIVER

Sand bars are forming in the river due to the falling river levels.   The ferry boat was stuck on a sand bar Monday night and passengers did not arrived in Chamberlain until 6 a.m. Tuesday morning.   March 31, 1910 

SANFORD

Mr. Sanford’s three gasoline boats were stuck overnight in a shallow canal in the Missouri River opposite Oacoma.   April 19, 1906   Gaz

SCHIMA

Mr. and Mrs. Victor Schima welcomed a baby daughter last week.  Mar 10, 1910   Arg

SCHOESSLER

A.R. Schoessler, E.M. Egan and F.S. Vorwald were appointed by the Commercial Club in Kennebec to look after the work on the race track. May 26, 1910   Arg

SCHOOLER

Jacob Harmon is driving the Iona mail route.Next week, Fred Schooler’s turn.Feb.22, 1906   Gaz

SCHOOLER

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schooler who live near the White River lost their one year old child due to the whooping cough.     Aug. 4, 1910  Arg

SCHOOLER

The one-year old child of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schooler died at their home on White River of whooping cough.     Aug. 11, 1910   Arg

SCHOOLS

Five new schools were organized in Lyman county in 1905 and all began classes January 1, 1906.  Jan. 25, 1906  Gaz

SCHUILLING

T.J. Schuiling of Iona left for eastern So Dak.  Not expected to return alone.  Sept. 15, 1910   Gaz

SCOTT

E.F. Scott closed his drug store business due to lack of competent help and will move his stock to Chamberlain. Nov. 22, 1906   Arg

SEATH

Miss Maggie Seath and Mr. Harry Caldwell were married Tuesday, March 14 at the M.E. parsonage in Kennebec.  March 24, 1910  Arg

SENN

Two of Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Senn’s boys from Roseland arrive in Oacoma Sunday – one on horseback and the other by bicycle.  Arg  July 21, 1910

SETTLER

The Settler, the third newspaper in Oacoma, has moved to Presho. Oacoma, Kennebec and Presho each have two newspapers now.  March 1, 1906  Gaz

SHEFFER

Ambrose Sheffer entered Columbus College in Chamberlain.   Sept. 8, 1910  Arg    

SHELDON

Sheriff Sheldon’s little red boarding house is starting to fill up as there is frost on the pumpkin vine.       Sept. 29, 1910   Arg

SHELDON

Sam Sheldon is the next sheriff of Lyman county.   Oct. 25, 1906  Arg

SHERRETS

Anna Gunderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Gunderson, was married to Elbert Sherrets Wednesday, Feb. 2 at the bride’s parent’s home on Medicine Creek.  Feb. 3, 1910    Arg

SIBLEY

Clate Sibley, Al Sibley, Jimmie Frank and William Cummings joined the IOOF lodge in Oacoma.  Aug. 4, 1910  Arg

SICKO

Mr. Sicko of Iona is ill with paralysis of the stomach.  March 3, 1910    Arg

SICKO

John Sicko of Iona succumbed following a lingering illness.   March 17, 1910  

SIMPKINS

Mrs. Mable Simpkins and Amsy Frank of Iona were married Aug. 31 or Sept. 1 at the City Hotel in Oacoma.   Sept. 8, 1910  Arg    

SIMPSON

James Simpson is the Reliance school principal this year.   Aug. 25, 1910   Arg

SMITH

Walter A. Smith and R.G. Chapman were initiated Monday night into the secrets of the three links of the Odd Fellows Lodge.   Feb. 8, 1906  

SMITH

F.E. Smith of Reliance planted some lettuce and radish seed Feb. 1. Feb. 15, 1906   Gaz

SMITH

R.D. Smith of Belvidere is now in charge of the J.F. Anderson Lumber Company office.  March 17, 1910  

SMITH

 A committee was appointed by-laws were made and membership established  to organize a fire company in Oacoma. The officers include Frank McManus as Chief, F.A. Smith as Secretary and Treasurer is Frank Ohlson.  April 7  1910      Arg

SMITH

Mr. and Mrs. Ray O. Smith are happy over the arrival of a baby girl to their home Saturday. May 26, 1910   Arg

SMITH

A marriage license was issued to Miss Frances Smith and Glen Sunderlin,, both of Lyman.  May 31 1906 Gaz. 

SMITH

A.W. Smith is planning to add a butcher shop in the back of his restaurant in Reliance.  June 16, 1910  Arg

SMITH

George H. Smith married Gertrude E. Erickson, both of Reliance, on Wednesday in front of Justice H.P Greene of Oacoma.   Aug. 18, 1906   Arg

SMITH

A clothing store will soon open in Reliance. Ed Smith and E. Ashmore are the proprietors. Aug. 18, 1906    Arg

SMITH

Mr. and Mrs. Smith of Oacoma welcomed a nine pound baby girl last week.  Sept. 27, 1906  Gaz

SMITH

Arthur J. Smith and Miss Edith Haessler were wed Saturday in Chamberlain. Both of Oacoma.   Sept. 15, 1910   Gaz

SMITH

Frank E. Smith brought a 39-pound pumpkin for the fair.   Sept. 13, 1906  

SMITH

The Lyman County Record of Reliance is now owned by George H. Smith, former editor of the Democrat.  Oct. 6, 1910   Arg

SMITH

Walter Smith  and Miss Mamie Lien of Kennebec were contracting parties in a wedding  ceremony.   Oct. 18, 1906 Gaz

SOMERS

Lime Somers purchased Phelps Island from Gust Olson; plans to move soon. Oct. 20, 1910  Arg

SPAULDING

Mrs. Anna PLACE and William C. Spaulding were wed Tuesday by Judge Greene. Jan. 27, 1910  Arg

SPIELMAN

Mrs. Florence Spielman of Kennebec died Jan. 26 from complications of measles and pneumonia.  Feb. 3, 1910    Arg

STAGE LINE

The stage line for carrying mail in Lyman county will soon become a thing of the past. Jan 4 1906   Gaz

STANLEY

Rev. G. Stanley Pope will minister at the Oacoma Congregational Church every other Sunday.   March 15, 1906 

STEININGER

An auto garage and repair shop was built east of the jewelry store in Kennebec by F. Axlund and R. Steininger.  July 21, 1910 Arg 

STLUKE (Stulke?)

Joseph Stluke of Lund and Miss Mary Pullman of McClure were married Wednesday at Oacoma.     Argus  Dec. 27, 1906

STOCKS

Former Oacoma resident Mrs. P.A. Stocks died in Washington.  Sept. 15, 1910   Gaz

STOCKS

Mrs. Polly Ann Stocks, former Brule and Lyman county resident, died at her home in Minnehaha, Wash.   Sept. 22, 1910   Arg

STRAND

Mr. Herman Strand and Miss Amanda Peterson, both of Reliance, were married Oct. 17 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. Dent in Chamberlain.  Oct. 25, 1906  Arg

STROM

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Strom of Lund have a new baby girl.   Nov. 24, 1910  Arg

STRONG

T.B. Strong is making progress on his new butcher shop. It will be 24x80 and made of cement.  April 12, 1906  Gaz

STRONG

T.B Strong,  J.G. Bartine, , and W.E. Hollenback witnessed the dedication of the new state capitol building in Pierre last week     July 7, 1910  Arg

STRONG

Will Hollenback, T.B. Strong, Clark Hollenback, R.S. Machay, and Will Dent left on a long trip to Canada and will be gone about two months.  July 28, 1910  Arg 

SUITER

Carl Dogager and Fred Tagtow are husking corn for Cary Suiter of Iona. Feb. 24, 1910   Arg

SUITER

Mrs. and Mrs. Freeman Suiter of Iona welcomed a 10-pound baby boy June 11. June 16, 1910  Arg

SULLIVAN

Editor Sullivan of Plankinton received appointment of postmaster. Feb. 22, 1906   Gaz

SUNDERLIN

A marriage license was issued to Glen Sunderlin and Miss Frances Smith, both of Lyman. May 31 1906 Gaz.  

SUTLEY

Emma Sutley, wife of widely known pioneer Zack T. Sutley died of cancer. June 30, 1910   Arg 

SUTLEY

Zack L. Sutley, Lyman county democratic nominee for representative was in Oacoma shaking hands and giving a little con talk.  Oct. 27, 1910   Arg

SUTLEY

Representative-elect Zach Sutley expects to move his family to Oacoma very soon.    Nov. 17, 1910   Arg

SWEENEY

Argo and Sweeney are moving their business to Presho     April 5, 1906   Gaz

SWEENEY

William E. Sweeney, of the former Argo and Sweeney real estate business in Oacoma, died in Chicago June 16.    June 23, 1910  Arg

TAGTOW

Carl Dogager and Fred Tagtow are husking corn for Cary Suiter of Iona. Feb. 24, 1910   Arg

TAGTOW

Anna Tagtow of Iona has a case of the measles.  May 26, 1910   Arg

TELEPHONES

Rural telephones are being put in the country. Sept. 29, 1910   Arg

TESKA

John Teska, a former Oacoma resident, died in Sioux City.  Feb. 22, 1906   Gaz

THOMAS

Mr. Thomas  and Maud King and were married Wednesday, November 30 in Dallas. The bride is from Iona, the groom from Tripp County.   Dec. 8, 1910   Arg

THOMPSON

Miss Maud EASTLY of Lyman county and Mark Thompson were married Jan. 1 in Chamberlain.    Jan. 4, 1906   Gaz

THOMPSON

A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Irving Thompson Feb. 28 at Iona.   March 10, 1910   Arg

TIETZ

Mrs. Lizzie Tietz died at her home six miles north of Oacoma on April 14 with the cause being pneumonia.  April 19, 1906   Gaz

TIMM

H.J. Timm and family will move to Oacoma in a few weeks from Iona.  Feb. 17, 1910   Arg

TIMM

H.J. Timm and family are new residents to Oacoma who arrived from Iona by boat.      March 31, 1910 

 TOSKE

Mr. Frank Toske and both of Zickrick were married in Chamberlain. Aug. 18, 1906   Arg

TOWNSEND

Frederick B. Townsend was elected president of the Citizens State Bank in Oacoma.  June 23, 1910  Arg

TRAIN SNOW

The train was stuck in a snow bank west of Reliance for 48 hours.  March 8, 1906 

TROTH

H.C. Troth is the new depot agent at Vivian.  Nov. 22, 1906   Arg

VAN DEUSEN

Rev. VAN DEUSEN of West Point, Ill is the new pastor at the Christian Church. He takes over the pulpit from Rev. NEAL.  Jan. 18, 1906  Gaz

VAN HORN

Mr. and Mrs. C.D. Van Horn’s two week old daughter, Thelma Marie, died at their Presho home. Oct. 25, 1906  Arg

VAN METER

The Van Metre Dipping Outfit will be ready to dip May 20 at the Hauge ranch.  April 28, 1910  Arg

VAN METRE

Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Van Metre are the proud parents of a 12-pound baby girl born Nov. 22.  Dec. 8, 1910   Arg

VAN SCACK

Vern Van Scack and Miss Katie Condon of Iona were married Aug  22. Aug. 23, 1906   Gaz

VANDEUSEN

W.H. Van Deuesen resigned as pastor of the Christian Church last week. April 5, 1906  Gaz

VAUGHN

Miss Mabel Vaughn spent two weeks as principal at the Oacoma school.   March 22, 1906     Gaz

Vivian

Vivian has established a commercial club   Arg  Dec. 1, 1910

VORWALD

F.S. Vorwald, A.R. Schoessler and E.M. Egan and were appointed by the Commercial Club in Kennebec to look after the work on the race track. May 26, 1910   Arg

VOTER

Miss Daisy Voter and Albert Hollis were married Pierre last Thursday. Both are of the Van Metre community. June 2, 1910  Arg

WAIT

A new amusement in Oacoma is the roller skating rink opened up in the hall last Friday by E.G. Wait. Feb. 15, 1906   Gaz

WAIT

John B. Wait  and Florence E. Holmes were married at her parents’ home June 8.  June 9, 1910  Arg

WAIT

Ernest G. Wait and Gertrude E. Miller both of Oacoma married Wednesday   Arg  Dec. 1, 1910

WALKER

Mr. and Mrs. Ben WALKER’s daughter, Edith, died last Friday of a sickness. Their daughter Florence is  not expected to live much longer due to the same sickness.  Jan 4 1906 Gaz

WALKER

Norval Walker of Kennebec died.  June 30, 1910   Arg 

WALKER

Miss Ethel Walker and Charles A. Frederick were quietly married Sunday evening at the Congregational Church.  Oct. 25, 1906  Arg

WELLS

Commissioners let the contract for a steel bridge over White River located on the Wells Ranch   Feb. 24, 1910   Arg

WERNER

Ed Werner is building one of the largest barns in Lyman county.   Arg  Dec. 1, 1910

WHEELER

Mr. Francis M Wheeler  and Miss Mary F. Matthews  were married Aug. 31. The groom is a printer and has assisted in the Argus Leader office several times.  Sept. 1, 1910   Arg

WHITFIELD

Former Oacoma meat market businessman R.P. Whitfield died last week.   July 14, 1910 Arg

WHITFORD

Wm. Whitford and Leona Behling were united in marriage at the M.E. parsonage in Kennebec May 23.  June 2, 1910  Arg

WIGGENS

O. Wiggens is renting the Hemphill barber shop.  June 30, 1910   Arg 

WILLIAMSON

Four lawyers in Oacoma – Wm. Williamson, Jr., J.G. Bartine, I.N. Auld, and C.S. Argo. Feb. 15, 1906   Gaz

WILLIAMSON

Wm. Williamson was elected president of the Oacoma tennis club. May 10, 1906  Gaz

WILLIAMSON

Maurice Williamson and Ida Lien of Kennebec were wed June 23.  June 30, 1910   Arg 

WILLIAMSON

William Williamson Jr. and Clara Dice and were married at high noon at the bride’s parents’ home in Sweeney on Wednesday. The bride teaches at the Oacoma school. Oct. 6, 1910   Arg

Willing Workers Club

Willing Workers Club to serve supper Sat. of brown bread, buns, assorted meats, escalloped potatoes, baked beans, sauce, cake, coffee, and tea all for 25 cents.  Sept. 15, 1910   Gaz

ZEMBSCH

John Zembsch has taken a job as assistant cashier at Security Bank in Kennebec. R.E. Brown will be the assistant cashier at the Reliance Savings Bank.  March 10, 1910   Arg


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