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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 13, 1917)
IRA L. BARE, Editor and robllglipr.
One Vcar hj In Adtftnce....iM.2o
One Year l)j (,'nrrlor In Adrnnro. . $1 J0
Entered at North Platte, Nebraska
PostoMIco an Second Class Matter.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13. 11)17.
CITY AND COUNTY NEWS
Harry Oramor lias roturned from a
business visit in Sunol.
Frank Harrod rotiunod to Ognlalla
Sunday aftor visiting relative for mv.
Mr Lewi Troup, who hn been
visiting with rolatlvos In Koamoy, will
Mrs. W.-T. Berry, of Grand Inland,
spent tho latter ptfrt of last woek with
Mrs. Ralph Smith.
Mrs. S. Kellogg, of Kansas City, in
oxpoctcd ,haro this wook to visit with
Mrs. J. J. Halligan.
A son of J. II. "Wilson, of Koystono,
was operated upon at tho Nurso Drown
hospital yesterday morning.
Mm. W. 8. Dolson anil daughter
Mlse Florence Qrjhnell returned Fri
day ovanlng from Orand Island.
Louis Thlnl of Dsnvor, formerly
of this city, ' arrived FIduy to visit
rolatlvos and frlond for a fow days.
Henry Tollllon. who haa heen visit
ing in Omalnt for'a wook past returned
homo tlio latter part or last weok.
FOR SALE For llttlo money, Just
Uki now, piano, cash or timo. Write
at onco. A. Hasps Co., Omaha, Neb.
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Derryhorry
returned homo Sunday ovonlng from
Omaha whoro thoy snemt last wook.
Miss Ellon McCarthy, who spent tho
past six wcokB visiting rolatlvos in
Florida, returned horo Friday oVening.
Miss Alloon Gantt, ho wont to Om
aha last weok to nttond several social
functions, will return homo this nftor
noon. - Attorney "William Shuman returned
yostorday from Omaha whoro ho
transacted buslnoss for several days
Lorn Balloy camo homo Saturday ov
onlng front Omaha whoro ho visited
with friends an(i attonded tho wrest
. ling match.
Tod Dokuo who ha,! boon attending
tho statu university, camo homo a few
days ago and has accopted a position
in tho Nyal drug store.
Elmer Coatos, L. IJ. Dick, and Rich
mond Dirgo havo rotumod from tho
lumberman's -convention which was
hold in Omaha last week.
FOR SALt-A very spoclal bargain
in a fillelitlv nsrul nlnnn fnr irnali nr
easy payments, Wrlto, or phono nt
once. A. Ilospo Co., Omaha, Nob.
Landgraf & Hogsr. painters, decor
ators antii papar hBtigors, havo re
ceive! tholr.jaamplr looks of 1017 wall
paper. Call Black 002 or. Black C70
and tho sanrples will bo shown you
u your nomo. 7-
OtUs Ilarn,. thu threo yoar old son
or H. 0. Ilhrn, was taken to tho Nurn
Iirdtrn hospital tho latter part of last
wek to hnvo a largo silver ramovod
from lilu cheek. The boy wan playing
in tho yard and foil on a largo piece
Here is the proper way to begin and end a tolophono convor
The telophone bell rings, and the person answering says: "Mor
ton & Company, Mr. Baker speaking." Tho person calling then
says: "Thi3 is Mr. Wood of Curtis & Company." Mr. Baker re
plies: "Good morning, Mr. Wood," and the conversation has
i started without a Beries of unnecessary questions.
Tho business is transacted. Mr. Wood says, "Good-bye, Mr.
Baker," and he receives the reply, "Good-byo, Mr. Wood," and
tho conversation ends without the feoling that ono or tho other has
been out off abruptly.
You do not scowl at a friend you meet on th
v atreet; you smile. Why have a scowl In your voIcb , x
when you talk over the telephone? v ' -
Charlos Rocho roturned Saturday ov
onlng from a visit in Omaha.
Frang Fugat, of the U. P. frolght
houso .wont to Omaha Saturday to
visit his mother, who Is ill.
Thurston "Woodhurst resigned his
position with tho tolophono cbmpany
last wook and has accoptod omploy
mont with tho Union Pacific.
Patrick Gray, a workman on the new
station was Injured on tho head the
latter part of last week by tho pile
driver noar which ho was working.
John Frodericl who hnd boon in
Clreyonno for some timo on buslnosa
for tho B. nnd II. department of tho
Union Pacific, returned homo last
J. T. French, tho colorwl portor
who was arrested on train No. 13 Fri
day morning for assaulting the news
agent on the train, was fined $5.00 and
costn in a local ciourL The news
gont was discharged by Barkalow
Bros, for having liquor in his suit
enso nnd which ho attempted to sell
on th'o train.
Tho saving and investing of Bmall
sums of inonoy in ordor to promote
thrift has boon receiving considerable
attontion of, lato from br.nk officials,
those In charge of our schools, also
those In charge of companies where a
groat many pooplo nro -employed and
also by many of tho current maga
zines. This idoa has boon worked out
in tho photoplay "Tho Dollar and the
Law," showing nt tho Koith Wemoa
day night. In fact thv savings bank
section of tho American Bankers' As
sociation put thoir stamp of approval
on this film made by tho Vitagraph.
Yot tho story h so interesting that one
fwls that thoy aro boing entertained
with ono of tho best recont photoplays.
: :o; :
(lornmiiN Four War Is Certain.
A Berlin dispatch dated yesterday In
"Llttlo hopo or expectation prevails
in Borlln that war with tho United
States la nvoldablo or that a modus Vi
vendi reconciling tho policies of tho
two governments can bo found.
Thoro now is a doslro on tho part of
tho authorities ani a vast bulk of tho
pooplo to avoid actual hostility in any
way consistent with the gqriornl linos
of the submarine policy, but only In
such a way. Accordlnly, Instructions
woro glvom bo tho Associated Press
hag boon reliably informed, to submn
rln? commandors before thoy utartod
on thoir February mission, to take tho
-afo sido whon neutrnl voshrIb, particu
lar American wore In question whon
over possible Enemy merchantmen
whon recognized ns such wore ordor-
d to bo sunk at Bight, but nuetral mer
nhnntmont woro to bo warned -when
-uch. action In thoir Judgment wns'con
flstont with tho object of tho cam
nnlgn and tho safety of their ships. It
i roallzrMl, howovor, aftor tho prompt
"nd ro3oluto Btand takon by Presldant
Wilson that those ordoro could only
bo naulatlvo and only dofor, not avoid,
an 'ultlmnto bronk."
iOR EXCllANG E
Section of (rood hill land for city
jiropcriy. mint iinvo you I
IHtATT, UOOWlAN it BUCKLEY.
Hiiro Bargain In High Grade 1'iauo.
Wo havo a now, Jilgh-grado piano
loated at North Platte, which for Im
mediate sale, no reasonable offer will
bo docllned. Llboral terms to a ro
cponslblo party. If you net quick you
will find this an opportunity to pur
chase a pluno tremendously cheap.
If Intorostod wrlto tho Donvor Music
Comany, Donvor, Colorado, at once
for partlcu)nr3, s c-G
Telephone Susie or
Did you ever say, after com
pleting a telophone conversation,
'I'll bet that "man is a regular
grouch," or, "I'll novor buy an
other thing at that store."
Why did you make such a re
mark? It was probably because
tho party on the other end of tho
telephone wire failed to use tele
phone courtesy. ,
Fobruary 6th, 1917.
Board mot samo as yesterday, pros
ont Springer, Hormlnghauson, Koch,
and county clork.
Clalmfl allowed: Brady Vindicator,
printing, $12.37; J. W. Tuckor, mdse
for county poor, $2.00.
Georgo Shoup is hereby nppointod
'rond overseer for Road District No. 6,
Board spont balance of day discuss
ing road petitions.
B6ard adjourns until tommorrow.
A. S. ALLEN, County Clerk.
Fobruary 7th, 1017.
Board met . same as yostorday, pros
ent Springer, Hermlnghaissen and
Koch, and county clork.
John J. Halligan U hereby appointed
doputy county attorney and boild". ap
proved. Extension of Road No. 17 comos be
foro tho board for action and the
board being of tho opinion that it is
for tho public good, allows said peti
tion as prayed for.
Allowed claim of E. J. Eamos for
Board adjourns until tomorrow.
A. S. ALLEN. County Clwk.
Fobruary 8th, 1017.
Bonrd mot samo as yostorday, pres
ent Springor, Ilerminghausen, Koch
and county clork.
Road No. 39G comos bofore bonrd
for final action, and the board being
of th0 opinion that tho road Is for the
public good, thororpro grants th pe
tition as prayed for.
Tho board sottlos with J. D. W.
Lincoln for tho sum of $100.00 for
right of way and damage to land
which claim is hereby allowed.
Road ovorsorr is horoby directed, to
notify Jand owners through which
Road No. 2 passes to romovo foncos.
Road No. 2 is on tho section lino be
tween sections 2G and 36, town 14,
Th, county clork is horoby directed
to notify road overfleor of said dis
trict of said order.
Clalmo allowed: J. D. W. Lincoln,
digging gravo for poor, $5.00; O. C.
Lucnrtf. rond work Dlsttf CO, $8.25;
Nebraska Tolo'phona Co., Fobruary
phono rent, $10.75; sundry porso'ns,
appraising Road No. 17, $10.00.
Board adjourns until Fobruary 13,
1117. A. S. ALLEN, Co. Clork
Howard Baker, of Denver, spent
tno wooic oncl with Mr. and Mrs. Thorn,
kotich. insriinn or inuitsmr
tntn of JanieH Chhmbers, Deceased.
in mc i.ouiuy court or Lincoln coun
To the IiQlrs, crcdltorB and nil por
aorifi lntorestM In fmld Entnte will take
notlco thnt oil th'p 8th ilnv of T-'nliriin-
ry, mn, Hannah H. Chatnbers.-liolr of
mini iiocoucnc, men ner petition Herein,
(iiicKinR mat mc said James uimmuers
tllod intoHtato on or about April 14th.
11109. n rosldcnt of Tlncoln coiintv. nnd
that nt tho time of his denth Iiq wnS
inn owner or, or nnd nn estate or inher
itance In I.ota live nnd bIx (5 nnd G1. In
Illock eight (8), In Ulnmnn's Seconct-
Aiiumon to mo city or North l'latte,
Lincoln cniintv, Nobniskn. ti homeHtend
of lews value than $2,000.00 In snld Ijln
ooln county, Nebrankn, nnd that no ap
plication has been mndo In tho said
atato for tho appointment of nn nd
mlnlstrntor. That ho left surviving
nun iiannan jj. ennmnnrs, nis widow,
niro 72, rcnldhiK at North Platte, Nob.;
Prank Chambers, a son, nije 50, resld
tnic nt North 1'lntto, Nob,: Leonu Tift, a
dnuchtor. nire 47. rnHldlnir nt North
Platto, Neb.; Alox Cluimbors, n-sop, nse
in, roHuung at rsortn I'intto, .Nei.;
-inry rittmnn, n cinugnior, ngo re
rsldJiiK at North Tlntto. Neb.
Hald ronl eHtnto la wholly oxompt from
attachment, execution or other mesne
proctHH nnd not llnblo for tho payment
of tho debts of snld deceased, nnd pray
tntf that regular administration be
waived nnd a docroo bo onterod bnrrlnK
crodltorH and fixing the date of hla
death and tho docroo of kinship of hln
heirs nnd tho right of descont to snld
Snld petition will bo hoard March
Cth, 1D17, nt 9 o'olock a. m at tno oi
flco of the county Judpo In snld county
fl6-m2 County Judge.
THE HEN THAT LAYS !
is tho hon that pays. If she docs
not lay, kill hor, but boforo you kill
her glvo hor B. A. Thomas' Poultry
Remedy twice a day for a wook, and
then you will not kill her for she
will bo paying you a profit. It not
only makes lions lay but it Is a rem
edy for Cholera, Roup, and Gapes-
Wo guarantee it to euro or wo re
fund your money. Sold by Dorryborry
& Forbes. '28
E. J. Phillips, of Omaha, camo hero
recently to net as Union Pacific spo
clal agotit dining tho absence of Ralph
1.. North who is visiting in eastern
dejohn s. twinem
Special Attention to
Surgery, Gynecology nnd Obstetrics.
NORTH PLATTE, NEB.
Nurso Brwwn Memorial Hospital.
Geo. B. Dent,
Physician and Surgeon
Special Attention given to Surgery
Office: Building nnd Loan Building
1 ll0ne8 Retddcnc- 116
Office 333 Res Black 543
' DR. HAKOLT) A. TENNER 1
6 Reynold Building
Offlco hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
7 p. m. to S p. m.
T. II. TVALTHEN,
Address Route 2, North Platte, Nob.
Phone No. 792F011
Offlco Phono 70 Ros. Red 087
Sulplio Vapor Datlis
WITH REGULAR TREATMENTS
DOCTOR I). T. QUIGLE'f
Practlco Limited to
Surpery and Radium Therapy
728 City National Bank Building.
THAT aro earning monthly salaries
professional and business men, mar
ried and slnglo men, in fact all men In
various vocations of life who have
MORTGAGED HOMES OR USED
BORROWED MONEY to conduct their
business' Who will replace that
monthly salary or financial earning
ability of yours that your dependent
ones and backers aro looking to you
for SHOULD YOU DIE TONIGHT OR
TOMORROW? Havo you made tho
propor provisions? THESE ARE
among the MEN WANTED. Our Old
Lino. LIfo Policies protect, create a
savings for old age. Delays are dan
gorous. You can't carry the risk,
whon you can got ono of these policies
UiN THH MUNTHLiY PAY PJjAN.
For further information
call, phono or address-
J. E. SERASTIAN. State Mirr.
'I lio Old liino Llio Jinn.
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA
Our Torrington Vacuum
sweeper is meeting with such
success, we feel it our duty in
the name of friendship to cal
your attention to this cleaner,
It has not only a stronger
suction but also a revolving
brush. Combined as they aro
in this cleaner, they spell sue
cess. We are so pleased with
its work that it Is a pleasure to
show it. Allow us to call and
make a demonstration. Each
demonstration helps to spread
its fame. It positively does pick
North Platte Light and
One Halt Block North ot Postoflice.
A modem institution for the
fciontlflc treatment of medical,
surgical and confinement cases.
Completely equipped, X-Ray
and diagnostic laboratories.
Geo. B. Dtst, M. D. Y. Lucas, M. D.
J.B.Re4Seld,M.D. J. S. Stasis, M.D
Miss M. Steaan, Sept
Teacher of Singing
Studio 122 West Front.
. 11. KEDFIELD.
PHYSICIAN & SUKGEON
PHYSICIAN & SURGEONS HOSPITAL
Drs. Rcdfleld & Redflold
OfDco Phone 642 Res. Phone 67C
Office pljone 241. Res. phono 217
L. C . DROST,
North Platte, - Nebraskn.
McDonald Bank Building.
ALBEItT A. LANE,
Rooms 1 and 2 Bolton Building
North Platte, Nebraska.
Hospital Phone Black G33.
House Phone Black G33.
t W. T. PRITCIIAKD,
Bight years a Government Veterinar
ian. Hospital 218' south Locust St.,
one-half s block southwest of the
DERRYBERRY & FORBES,
Uiidortnkcrs and Funeral Directors
Day Phono 234.
,Nlght Phone Bluck 588.
IT. J. IIOLBERNESS
Wiring Storage Batteries
Makes a Specialty of Farm Sales, Pure
Bred Live Stock and Real Estate.
E. L . JONES,
Phone Maxwell State Bank
at My Expense for Dates.
Wo mako horse and cattle
hides Into Fur Coats, Robes,
Mittens, Etc. We mako Caps,
Ladles' Coats and Furs. Old
Coats repnlred. Cash paid for
hides. Wrlto for Caitatoguo and
SIOUX CITY ROBE AND
SIOUX CITY, IOWA.
35.00 Per Ton.
$10 Per Ton.
Highest Price for Hides and
WE BUY RAGS.
CORNER FRONT AND LOCUST.
Bought and highest market
Residence Red G36 Ofilco 49
C. H. WALTERS.
LET US INTRODUCE
QUALITY TO TOU
Quality in Cigars has has boon our
aim Binco two bogan making cigars in
North Platto ovor thirty years ago,
Wo put quality in tho first cigars we
mado, and that samo quality la in tho
cigars wo mako today. Schmalzriod'
Cigars havo Btood tho test of those
more than thirty years. What greater
ovldonco of quality .could you doslro?
If you havo not beon Bmoking Sshmalz
died's cigars, try them thoy aro cer
tain to please.
J. F. SCHMALZRIED
KSTIMATI3 OF KXl'RNSES
North l'latte, Neb., Jan. 30, 1917.
At a reeuhir meetlnir liolil tviia
tho County Commissions m nf T.lnnnln
County, Nebraska, proceeded to make
And did make the following ostlinnte of
oxpoiiHcs for the yearU917:
County general ftlnd 160,000.00
County bridge fund 40,000.00
County road fund 40,000.00
Agricultural society 1,000.00
uiruwoou iiridKO uonus, prin-
cijmi nnu interest l.GUU.UO
South Platto bridge bonds,
nrlnclnnl nnd Intnrnut .... l.Rnnnn
Platte bridge bonds, princi
pal nnu interest 1,000.00
liostwlok bridge bonds, princi
pal nnd Interest 500.00
Ilershe.v brldgo bonds, princi
pal nnu interest vuu.UO
School Dlfttrlct TliimU
No. 1, principal and interest $10,500.00
No. 7. Principal and Interest. 1.70.00
No. 23, principal nnd intorost 350.00
ro. ;ti, principal and interest 2,000.00
No. 47, princliml and lnterost 100.00
No. 55, pclncipnl and lntrest 500.00
No. 67, principal and Interest 300.00
No. 98 nrlnrlnnl nnd Interest 200.00
No. 105, principal and Interest 200.00
No. Ill, principal nnd Interest 200.00
No. 119, principal and Interest 200.00
No. 120, principal nnd Interest 100. On
No. 122, principal nnu interest 200.00
No. 12C. tirlncinal and interest 200.00
No. 137, principal and interest 300.00
No. 37, judgment s.ouu.oo
No. 3, spoclal building 1 300.00
No. 2C, special building 300.00
No. 33, spoclal building 2,000.00
Nn. 59. nnaolnl bulldinir 300.00
No. 60,.speclal building 300.00
F. W. HEUMINGHAUSEN.
S. J. KOCH.
Notice of 1'lnnl Itcport
Kstntn No. 1409 of Nnncv'A. Donald-.
son, deceased, In the County Court of
.mcoin uoumy, iNenrasaa.
The State of Nebraska, to all persons
Interested in said Instate take notice
that the administrator lias nied a final
account and report of his administra
tion and a petition for final settlement
and discharge as such administrator,
which have been set for hearing boforo
said court on March 2nd, 1917, at 10
o'clock a. m., when you may appear and
contest tho same.
Dated Fobruary r.tii, 1317.
GEO. E. FRENCH,
fC-3w County Judge
.Tnckson A. Smith will take notice.
that on tho 22nd day of January, 1917,
Paul a. Movor. a Justice of tho Peace of
Lincoln County, Nebraska, Issued an
order or attachment ror tno sum 01
$15.00 in an notion pending before him,
wherein Chas. C. Hupfer Is plaintiff and
Jackson A. Smith is defendant, that
property of tho defendant consisting
of wages, earned by lilm in tho service
of and now in tho hands of tho Union
Pacific Railroad Company, a Corpora
tion, has heen nttacneu unuer saici or
der. Said cause was continued to the
5th day of aiarch, inn, at 10 o ciock
a. m. CHAS. u. Huprer.
Bv virtue of an order of sale issued
from the District Court of Lincoln
County, Nebraska, upon a decreo of
foreclosure rendered in said Court
wherein Frances A, Bennett is plaintiff,
and Robert S. Hopper 18 defendant, and
to me directed, 1 win on tne zsm nay
of February. 1917. at 2 o'clock P. M..
at tho east front door of the Court
House in North Platte, Lincoln County,
Nebraska, sell at Public auction to in
highest, bidder for cash, to satisfy said
decree, intorest and costs, tho following
described -property, to-wu: souuieasi
Quarter (SEV4) of Section Five (5),
Tnwnnhln FIfton (151. North of Range
Thirty (30), west of the 6th P. M., in
Lincoln county, iNeDrasita. v
Dated North Platte,, Neb,, January
A. J. SALSBTJRY,
NO'iicK roil rum.iCATioN
Serial No. 05756
Dpiitirtiiipiit of the Interior.
U. S. Land Oillco at North Platte, Nobr.,
Jan. 16, 1917.
Notlcs Is hereby given that Andrew
H. Hanim, of North Platte, Nebr., -who,
on Nov. 20; 1913, mado Homestead en
try, No. 05756, for SEVi NE'.i, and NEU
SEU, Section 26, Township 16, N.,
Range 29, W., Cth Principal Meridian,
haa filed notice of intntlon to mako
final three year Proof, to establish
claim to the land above doscrlbed, be
fore tho Register and Receiver, at
North Platto. Nobr.. on the 7th day of
March, 1917. - ,
Claimant names as witnesses: jiouerc
Batle, of Staploton, Nebr., Wm, Pitt
man of North Platte Neb.. Garfield
Gutherless, of North Platte, Nebr.,
Nathan Scott. 01 Btapieion, feur,
j23-6w E. J. EAMES, Register.
Tnt.nn A C?h,-.IV. iiflll (ntrn notion
that on the 11th day of January, 1917,
P. H. Sullivan, a justice of the peace of
V 1. D1n(A T)Arlnit TvTrt 1 T. Insulin
iUl 111 i iilbLU 1 VWIIIVW vr A, uaiwwa
County, Nebraska, issued an Order "of
Attncnmcnt tor tno sum ot iwo, wmuu
said Bum was amended on Jan. lath,
1917, to road $5.75, in nn action now
pending before him, wherein The Star,
a corporation, is plaintiff: and Jackson
A. Smith is defendant: that property
Um.OU 111 11113 IIUIluo J I
cifla Railroad Company, a corporation,
1. l n..nnV.A.l ..n.lA. aolrl nrrl.t..
en oe I .t.A 1-.nn.la rt .l.n TTnlnn Pn.
Said cause was continued to tho 5th
day of March, 1917, at ten o'clock a. m.
ijateu January ssu. iwn.
E. J. VANDERHOOF.
J26-fl6 Pres. for Plaintiff.
. .Notice is hereby given that by vlr-
tuo of an order issued to mo by tho
District Court of Lincoln county, Ne
braska, in an action wherein Wesloy
T. Wilcox and John J. Halligan aro
plaintiffs and Horman Einstein, Ma
tilda Einstein, Leopold Einstein, Max
Einstoln, Helen Einstein, Daniel
Theodore Einstoln and Gretchen Ein
stein, and tho unknown owners
and tho unknowwn claimants to tho
North Half of tho North Half of Sec
tion Twenty-six (26), Township Slx
teon (16), North of Rango Twonty
nino (29), West and' being the heirs,
devisees and legatees and personal
representatives of Louis Joseph Ein
stoln, Herman Einstoln, Matilda Ein
stoln, Leopold Einstein, Max Einstoln,
Helen Einstoln, Daniel Thoodoro Ein
stoln and Grotchen Clara. Efnstcin
are defendants, I will on tho 17th
day of Fobruary, 1917, at tho hour of
two o'clock P. M. at the east front
door of Uio Court Houso in the city of
North Platto, Nebraska, soil nt public
auction to the highest bidder for cash,
tho followin described real estate sit
uato In Lincoln County, Nebraska, to
wlt: North Half of North Half of Sec
tion Twonty-Btx (26), Township Six
teen (16), North of Rango Twenty
nino (29), West, of tho the 6th P. M.
Dated this 16th day of January, 1917.
O. E. ELDER,
Notico to Creditors.'
Estate ot Mary J. A'pplcgato, deceas
ed, in tho tho County Court -of Lin
coln Couuty, Nobraskn.
The State of Nebraska, ss: Creditors
of said ostnto will tnko notice that tho
timo limited for presentation and fil
ing claims against said estate Is Aug
ust 16, 1917, and for settlement of snld
estate is February 12, 1918; that I
will alt at ho county cfiurt room in
Bald county, on Fobruary 16, 1917, at
9 o'olock a. m. and on August 16, 1917
at 9 o'clock a. m., to rocolve, exam
ine, hoar, allow, or adjust all claims
and objections duly filed.
GEO. E. FRENCH,
fl6-4w County Judge.
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