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IRA L BARK. Kflffor and I'tibllslicr
Ono l'eii r by 31 ail, in advance. .$1.7u
Ono Year by Carrier, In advance, $2.00
Entered at tho North Platte, Nebraska
Postofflco aa Second Class Matter.
PJH DAY, OCTHHiKlT 17, 11110.
THE CHANGE IN THE
crrv school boundaries
Tho ovor crowding ot the Washing
ton and' Jefferson schools has pre
sented a problem to the board of edu
cation which has boen solved with
difficulty. Temporarily tho First room
in tho Washington school was placed
in tho basement but with the coming
of cold wonthor tho board decided to
make tlome arrangement whereby no
basomonts would bo used. It at
tomntod to have a one or two room
building built for temporary use but
was told by tho contractors that
nothing could bo done until after tho
first of January. It attempted to buy
tho old dopot building which could
have boon moved onto some school
ground and usod temporarily but tho
Union Paclllc deckled not to soil It
Nothing soemod possible but to use
the plant on hand. A survey showed
tfint thore was ono room In tho Jeffer
son school which might ho usod and
that thoro was one room In tho Cen
tral building which was not being used
full time and that It could bo made
to servo for tho rest of tho year. Ac
cordingly as a last rosort, tho board
directed that tho room In tho Control
building bo fitted up and that a now
district bo created for tho Fifth and
Sixth grades only. This now district
is to bo bounded on tho north by tho
contor of tho Union Pacific tracks, on
tho east by tho first street oast of
Dowoy, called Pino street, on tho
south by tho main channel of the
South Platte river and on tho west by
tho first street west of Locust, called
Vino street or by tho second street
wost of Locust called Sycamore
About 40 pupils In tho Fifth ond Sixth
grades will bo included in this room
and the western boundary will do
pond on tho number of pupils from
that district. Thon it was ordorod to
opon an additional room in tho Jef
forson school and to set ovor the lino
. for tho grados below tho fifth grado.
fron; Locust to tho next street west'
called Vino street. If this does not
' change, enough pupils to relfovo the
crowded condition tho llmi will bo
sot ovor still one block furthor wost
Mrs. Allen will bo transform! from
tho Washington to tho Central fifth
and sixth grade room, Miss Whelploy
irom tuo Jjincom socond room to the
Jefferson now room and Mrs. Ella
Blak'o-Drako will tako bor old olacn
in tho Lincoln school. Many paronts
and pupilef will bo dlsanno ntod nnd
displeased n this change but no'otlmr
courso scorned possible. Each school
Ib kept up to tho standard, thoro is no
difforenco in tho toachors selected for
any oi mo scnoois, mo toxts are tno!
same, each is a good modom build-
ing and each offers exactly the same
advantages. "Wo aro sure that whonj
it is properly understood, the paronts
nnd pupils -will cheerfully join In
maKing mo cnango and In co-operat-
BLACKLEG GERM FREE AGGRESSIN
25c A DOSE.
One floso immunizes tho calf for life. Extra strong
Sr7, dose syringes needles, etc., for sale. All orders promptly
filled with iresh vaccine.
m. W. T. PRITCHAFJD, Distributor, -North
' Kind to the Eyes
The comfortable, pleasing light from this new
lamp, so kind to the eyes, appeals to everyone.
It makes you feel at ease wherever they circ.
More than that, the interior attractiveness of any
store, office or home will immediately be improved
by this now
' EDISON MAZDA LAMP
It addr. the finishing touch to interior decoration.
Made Li a china-white, tipless bulb, 50 watts only,
and can be used in any existing socket or fixture
where you now have clear lamps of 40, 50 or 60
watts. Gives a satisfying, glareless light - soft
in its brilliancy.
There is no comparison with any other lamp
you have ever known. See it lighted today.
North Platte Light asu: Power Co,
'ins with the board and the teflcners
in working out a lucoeBSful year.,
Plane are started for building ono or
more uddltiofiHl buildings during the
CO 31 M IS5 1 ON BUS' PRO CE EDI N(J S.
October 18, 1019.
Hoard mot pursuant to adjournment,
present Koch, Horminghuuson and
Claims wore allowed as follows:
Fred Johnson, hauling gravel, $21.
Dave Scott, hnulinsc grave!. $33.00.
W. W. Bronnun, :..-"lni i. M, $21.
James Eckhnrd, hauiu.0 ; r. vol,
Alva Baker, hauling gravel, $191.50.
Chas. Johnson, hauling gravid, $28.
Frnnk Nool, hauling gravel, $31.60.
E. Horn, blnda man, $25.00.
Win. Bally, blade man, $14.00.
Rock Williams, blade-man, $42.00.
Wm. Anthony, running tractor, $30.
L. A. Gambrel, salary, $41.07.
F. O. Johnson, draggjue, $30.90.
Henry Fulk, road woTk, $17.50.
Ben Murrh, road work, $10.50.
Fred Waltor. bridge work, $5.20.
It. I. Shappoll, special dopvuty, $20.
Sundry porsons, surveying. $39.90.
Ilorshey Auto Co., repairs, S49.G4.
Sol Journey, road work, $13.25.
. V. Bally, road work, $15.00.
Ii. 10. Alexander, road work, $30.00.
E. C. Hostottor, bridge work, $33.00.
Sundry persons, mdse. county poor,
W. T. Elliott, river work, $70.00.
J. F. Snyder, dragging, $24.00.
A. J. Salisbury, office expenses, jail
or fees, miloago and expenses and
board of prisoners, $870.23.
Sundry persons, river work, $197.40.
Potltlon for road prosonted by Wat
son and nine others for section lino
rad as follows: Beginning nt south
east comer Section 28-1G-29, running
west ono mile and terminating thore
ot, road to bo GO feet wide, parties
o.vnlng tho land consenting without
damage the board allows same.
J. E. Schram, road work, $31.00.
John DIscoo, road work, $18.00.
Carl Fletcher, road work, $31.20.
Road No. 415 comes before tho
board for action. Tho board after in
vostlgating petition defers action un
til October 27th.
E. H. Springer, expvress on wheel,
George Griffith is hereby glvon
permission to put in cattle chuto un
der road between sections 12 and 13,
town 10, rango 32, at his own exponur
tnd releases tho county from any
O. M. Shulty is hereby appointed
custodian of tho court houso by res
ignntion of Luko Gambrel to take of-
feet Octobor lGth.
.Tnlin riltnnr. hrid xvnrir $1 no oft I
Adjourned -to October 20, 1919.
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First Iiiidicraii Church
Morning worship 11 o'clock, sub-
.Inct, "Two Problems In Division-
Problem Two." Evonlnc worshln 8
o'clock, subject. "Tho Challonne of tho
Closed Door." 'Sunday school at 9:45.
Hirpngers and tho unchurched nro os-
pcclally Invited to mako our church
their church home.
REV. C. F. KOCH, Pastor,
Mrs. A. O. Davis, of Blgnell, cnter-
ed the Twlnem hovdtal Tlinrsdav
Tho M.rc Hfoer- Killed
Lteut. Pencil Kirby. niJct and
Unit. Stanley C. .Miller, obrvar, ot
nlrnlane No. 14, In their trans-contl-
nonlal air clorby, wore killed at Cnatle 1
Rock, Utah, late WVdnosday when tho!r
piano, traveling wostward. fell a'dl-
tnnoo of approximately 200 foot. ;
Lieut. Klrby was killed Instantly,
nc. nHlng to Ihc manager of tha Rig
by i't noh at Custlo Rock, whnro the (
acclu. i . happenod. Lieut. Miller i
dieJ ab .; t 6:40 the san- ovonlng.
: :o: :
HI vino -vices r4 Episcopal C!mrc!i.
Holy co..i .' a i
Sun-:y ..ciioot and bl;k olnnu 9:4' '
Morning prayer and eerinon 11.
Sunday school on North ib! 3 p. r.i
'"Voning prayer and aermr 1 7:30.
R. O. MACKINTOSH, r.ector.
A. pi;.' ' tnou:.'.'"i diamond bar
pin at exci.t;.-i1 v-i a o: dlspK v
at Clinton's Jowulry store.
TENTS AWNINGS COVERS
North Platte Tent
aed Awning Co,
inn West Sixth Street
NORTH PLATTE, NEBR.
AUTO CURTAINS AUTO TOPS
General Farm Sales a Special! j.
References and Bntcs at First Na
tional Bank, North Platte, Neb.
Phone 1000. .
R. II. Stcck Sale. Oct. 2ls.
BIcklcy Land and Live Stock Sale,
DEREYBERRY & FORBES.
Undertakers and Funeral Directors
Day phone 11
Night phone Black 58S
Notice of Petition.
Estate No. 1C97 of John Rylander, de
ceased, in the County Court of Lin
coln County, Nebraska.
Tho State of Nobraaka. To all per.
sons interested in said estate take no-
tlc0 that a petition has been filed for
1110 appointment oi i-oiur uums an
administrator or saiu estaoT., wnicn UaS
, i i rnnm,i
uuon HUt lor " vi.uu.jo.
,il , iVIV, Ut V U u. 111.
Dated October Gth, 1919.
(EAL) VM. H. C. WOODHURST,
o7o24 County Judge.
Notice For Publication Isolated Tract
Public Land Sale. Department of. the
U. S. Land Office at Broken Bow, Ne
braska. September 27. 1919.
Notice is hereby, given that, as di
rectcd by tho Commissioner of tho
General Land office, under provisions
of Sec. 2455, R. S., pursuant to the np
plication of William B. Howard,, seri
al No. 012001, wo will offer at public
aale, to tho highost bidder, but at not
less than $5.00 per acre, at 10 o 'clock
a. m. on tno lam uay oi ovemoer,
next, at this office, tho fol'owing tract
of land: SSE4. Sec. 32, T. 15 N., R.
30 W., Gth P. M.
Tho sale will not be kept open, but
will bo declared closed when those
presont at the hour.namod have ceas
ed bidding. Tho porson making the
highest bid will be required to im
mediately pay to tho Receiver the
amount thereof. ,
Any person claiming ndvorsoly the
above-described land aro advised to
file thoir claims, or objections, on or
bofore tho time designated for sale".
MACK C. WARRINGTON. Reglstor.
JOHN P. ROBERTSON, Receiver.
Notlco of Petition.
Estate No. 1695 of Honry F. Coatos,
deceased, in tho County Court of
Lincoln County, Nebraska.
Tho State of Nebraska. To all per
sons Interested in said estate take no
tlco that a petition has boon illod for
tho probnte of an instrument purport
ing to bo the last will and testament
of Honry F. Coatos, docensed. and for
tho appointment of an Executor of
said citato, which has been sot fov
hearing horeln on October 28, 1919, at
9 o'clock a. m.
Dnted October 1st, 1919.
(SEAL) WM. II. C. WOODHURST,
oGo24 County JudKO.
Notice of Flnnl Report
Estnto No. 1IU2 of Earl E. Butler, de
ceased, in tho County Court of Lin
coln County,, Nebraska.
Tho State of Nebraska, to all per
sons Interested in snld estato tako no
tlco that tho administrator has filed m
final nocount nnd report of bis admin
istration and a petition for final set
tlement and discharge as such, which
havo boon pot for hearing boforo said
court on Octobor 31, 1919, nt 9 o'clook
a. in., when you may appear and con-
ten tlio same.
Dated Sopteiubsr 30. 1919.
(seal) wm. ii. c. woonnrnsT.
oGo24 Countv .Tudce.
Notice to Creditors
Eitnttt of David Day. docensed. in tlu
County Court of Lincoln County.
Tho State of Nobrasua. ss: Creditors
i i.i i ...ii. i... .. . ..
i mi 8mvuBiaiB wui mito notice that tne
time limited for presentation and fll
Iiik of claims against said estato i-
February 7, 1920. and for settlomont
of said estate is October 4. 1920-
that I will sit nt tho county court
room in said county, on Novembor ?.
1919, at 9 o'cyoclc a. m., and on Feb
ruary V, 1920. at 9 o'clock a. m., to
"ov. nvmnlno, hnnv. nllo- n m.
" si' e'timi H?'d ootipn d:iT
'of t- Tin)
Keep, your eye on
HE KNOWS THE DRUG
Corner Front and Dewey.
One Hall Block North ot Postoftice.
A modern institution for the
cientific treatnu'it of medical,
surgical and confinement case.
Completely equipped X-Rny
and dingnotitic laboratories
Geo. D. Dent. M. D. V. Locas. M. D.
J. B. RedficId.M. D. J. S. SIMMS, M.D.
ALliEKT A. LANE.
Rooms 1 and 2 Bolton Building
North Platto. Nobraaka.
miS. STATES & STATES
5, S. 7 Building & Loan Biiildintr.
Office Phone 70.
Res. Phono 1242
DOCTOR C. A. SELBY
Physician and Surgeon
Office over Rexnll Drug- Store
Office Phone 371.
Calls Promptly Answered Night or Dnj
Phone Office (512 Residence S7(S
DOCTOR 1. T, QUIULEY
Practice Limited to
Surgery and Kadium Therapj
7S8 City National Bank Building.
FOR A HEAL AUCTIONEER,
Phono ut 3Iy Expense.
R. I. SHAPPELL,
I. D. BROWNFIELD,
Live Stock and Farm Sales. Phono
or Wire nt 3Iy Expense for Bntes.
iighest Cash Price
Hides and Jtmk
T. F. Laughlln and Estella Gibson
James Gibson, Rachel A Staloy, Rosa
Connor, and Robort Staloy, heirs at
law of John Staloy, doccased, and Cecil
Teuell, National Flro Insurance Com
pany, Tho South Half of tho South
Wost Quartor of Section 32, in Town
ship 11, Range 32, in Lincoln County
Nebraska, and all persons claiming
any interest of any kind In said real
estato or any part thereof, will tako
notlco that on the 28th day of June
1919, W. T. Guihor as plaintiff filed
his potltiou in the District Court of
Lincoln County, Nebraska, tho object
and prayer of which are to forecloso
n certain mortgngo deed alleged to
have been executed and delivered bv
tho defendants W. T. Ervin and Wlnnio
Ervln lo T. P. MeLnuirliHn Mav 9th.
1910, and thereby convoying to said
Lauiililln tho Smith Half of tho South-
Wost Quartor of Section 32 in Town
shin 11. Raima 32 in Lincoln County,
That on October 6th, 1919, tho said
W. T. Ervin and Winnie Ervin do-
fondants filed their answer and cross
iwtltlnn in snhl netlon. tho oblect and
Dravor of which nro to clear title to
snld lands of certain clouds thoroon
ami tn nnlnt nnd confirm such title In
tlm .niii m t. RrvJn nnd tn oxcludo
oach and li.6f said dofondnnts, and
all persons claiming any Interst of any
kind tn until mnl nsfnto or any nart
thereof, from any right, title or claim
nzniiiRt sinid nrnmiwoB.
You are ronulrod to answer said
cross potltlon on or before the 21th titled to oloct to tho Ijoueo of Rop
day of Novombor. 1919. rsonUitlvos of tho Thirty-seventh Ses
n.tiv rwnir intii. 1019 sion of tho Logi8lntu.ro of Nebraska.
TJWV!V B id wmjCE BRVIN.
1" i;oa ALAND
DR. L, J. KRAUSE, DENTIST
McDonald Bank Bldy.
AV. T. PltlTCIIARl),
assistant deputy State Veterinarian '
liofpllul !tir South Vine Street.
HosVRal Phone Black 633
House Phone Black G33
T. S. RLANKENBURG,
Office with B. M. Reynolds, Architect.
Apt. 1 Reynolds Terraco.
Phone Black 1105.
THE TNTNEM HOSPITAL,
100S WEST FOURTH STREET,
North Platte, Jfcbr.
For tho treatment of Medical, Surgical
and Obstetrical Cases. A place
where the sick are cared for so as to
bring about normal conditions in the
easiest, most natural and scientific
Phono 110. North Platte, Noli.
W. E. FLYNN
Office over McDonald Bank.
Office Phone 113R Res. Phone 11SC
JOHX S. S13DIS. M. D.
Special Attention. Given to
McBounld Bank Building
Office Phono 83 Residence 8S
Office phone 241. Res. phone 217
L. C . DROST,
North Platte, Nebraska.
Knights of Columbus Building.
GEO. B. DENT.
1'hsylcl.tu and Surgeon.
Special Attention Given to Snrger;
Ofllco: Building & Loan Building
Phones; Office 130, Residence il6
Office Phone 340
Res. Phone 1237
Bolton Bldg. North Platte. Net
Phone for Appointmente.
DR. ILVROLD a. FENNER
Vunuuncos his discharge from milit
ary service and the establishment ol
his office over Hlrschfeld's Clotning
Phones: Office 333. Res. Rod 85C.
Taxi and Livery
DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE
Phone 80S. Black 80S
Notice to Creditors
Estate No. 1689 of Mary Voseipka, de
ceased, In the County Court of Lin
coln County, Nebraska.
The State or Nebraska, . Credit
ors of said estate will take ' nof.ee
that the time limited for tho presenta
tiou and filing of claims against said
estate Is January 31, 1920, and for
settlement of said estate is September
2G, 1920; that I will sit at tho county
court room in said county, on Oc
tobor 01i 1919, at 9 o'clock a. m and
on January 31 1920, at 9 o'clock n.
m to receive, examine, hear, allow,
or adjust all claims and obje .tions
(Seal.) WM. H. C. WOODHURST.
s30ol7 County. Judge.
Notice to Creditors
Estato of James II. Robinson, deceas
ed, in tho County Court of Lincoln
Tho Stnto of Nebraska ss. Credit
ors of said .estate will take notice thai
tho tlmo limited for presentation and
filing of claims against said estato is
January 24, 1920, and for settlement of
said estato is September 16, 1920;
that I will sit at tho county court
room in said county on Octobor 24,
1919, at 9 o'clock a. m., and on Jan
uary 24, 1920, at 9 o clock a. m., to re
coivo, oxamlno, hear, allow, or adjust
all claims and objections duly tiled
(SEAL) TO. H. C. WOODHURST.
s23ol7 County Judge.
By virtuo of tho authority In me
vestod by law and in keying with
Chapter 196 of tho Sossion Laws of
Nebraska for 1919, providing for tho
- election of delogatos to a Constitution-
nl Convention, I, A. S, Allen, County
Clork of Lincoln County, Nebraska,
do hereby proclaim that a Special
oloclon will bo hold throughout the
County of Lincoln, State of Nebraska,
on the 4th day of November, 1919. at
the usual voting placos. during tho
hours doslgnated by law. At such
Election the oloctors of tho 68th and
77th Renrosontatlvo Districts in Lin
coin County, Stato of Nobraska shall
oloct a number of delogatea having
tho euallflCHttonB of olectors to said
convention, equal to tho number of
Roprosi-ntattvos wh eh said 68th and
77th Representative Districts were en-
Witness my hand 'nnd official seal
this 8th day of Octobor. 1019.
A. S. ALLEN.
Notice to Well Contractors nnd
; Well Drillers.
Soalod bids will be received up until
G p. in. Oct. 21st, 1919 at the office, of
City Clerk of the City of North Platte
in tho Keith Theatre Building for tho
furnishing of all labor and materials
, nnd the drilling of a 24 inch well to a
! dopth of 170 feet on tho well site near
i tho intersection of 1st nnd A streets
; in the City of North Platte.
Specifications and bidding blanks
ca1nbo obtainoa at The Water Com-
of woll complete
The City Council reserves tho right
to reject any or all bids.
A. F. STREITZ,
Attest: O. E. ELDER, Mayor.
(SEAL) City Clerk 79-3
NOTICE l'OR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior.
U. S. Land Office at Broken Bow,
Nebraska, Septomber 19, 1919.
Notice is hereby given that Nelson
D. Wolls, of North Platte, Nebraska,
who on April 8, 1916, made homestead
entry North Patte No. 06342, Broken
Bow, No. 011901, for tho NWi,
Section 2G, Township 12 North, Rango
31 "West of Gth Principal Meridian, has
Hied notlco of intention to mako
three-yonr Proof, to establish claim
10 tho land abovo described, before W.
H . C. Woodhurst, United States Com
missioner, at North Plutte, Nebraska,
on the 8th day of November, 1919.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Stephen V. McDermott, O. L. Watklns,
Carl Braeder, R. S. L. Voss, all of
"North Platte, Nebraska.
MACK C. WARRINGTON,
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT
COURT, FOR THE DISTRICT OF
NEBRASKA, NORTH PLATTE
In tho Matter of Edwards Sltz, Bank
rupt. Case No. 56, In Bankruptcy Voluntary
, Order on Application to Sell Real
At North Platto. In said District on
this 6th day of October, A. D., 1919, be
fore Walter V. Hoagand, Referee in
This cause enmo on -for considera
tion on the application of the trustee,
J. C. Hollman to sell at public auction
the undivided one-seventh interest of
teh bankrupt, Edward Sltz, in and to
tho following described property to
wit: The North West Quarter (NW)
of Sec. 6, Twp. 45, North of Range 17,
West of the 2nd P. M. in Prince Albert,
County, Province of Saskatchewan,
Canada; and also Lots 17 and IS In
Block 8, of the town of Peterson, Clay
County, Stato of Iowa;
Upon consideration whereof, it Is
ordered that the trustee sell tho inter
est of tho bankrupt, Edward Sitz, la
and to tho above described property
at public auction at tho office of ref
eree at North Patte, Nebraska, on tho
15th day of November, 1919, at 2
o'clock p. m.
It Is further ordered that tho trustee
advertise said sale for a period of 30
days prior thoroto in the North Platto
Tribune; that 30 days notice bo given
by mall to each of the creditors and
parties to tho record in these pro
ceedings, tho same to bo given by
mailing a copy of this order.
It is further ordered that a credi
tors' meeting be held at the offic? of
W. V. Hoagland, Referee in Bankrupt
cy, at North Platte, Nebraska, on the
15th day of Nov., 1919. at 3 o'clock p.
m., for the purpose of considering tho
report of the trustee and the confir
mation of said sale and any other mat
ters that may come before the referee
in the matter of said estate and more
especially the objections of tho trustee
ond the bankrupt to the proofs of
clnims of Christ Paulson and the First
Nationpl Bank of Peterson. Iowa, that
are on file in said estato. Said pnrtiei
will tako notlco accordingly.
WALTER V. HOAGLAND.
OtO-o31 Referee in Bankruptcy.
Green L. Sherman, Annie Sherman,
Pelog G. Vary, Frontier State Bank of
Curtis, EVS of SWU, and V of SEti
Sec. 22, Twp. 9 N Rango 27, W. Gth P.
M. In Lincoln County, Nobraska, and
all persons claiming any interest of
any kind in said real estate, or any
Will take notice that Wesley T. Wil
cox, plaintiff In a certain action where
in Wasley T. Wilcox is plaintiff and
you and each of you aro defendants.
on tho Mtb day of October. 1919, llled
his petition in tho District Court of
Lincoln County, Nebraska, against you
and each of you and all porsons claim
ing any interest of any kind in the real
estate, hereinafter described, or any
part thereof, tho object and prayer of
said petition being to quiet plaintiff's
title to the Ei of SW14. and VV of
SE14, Sec. 22, Twp. 9, N., Rango 27.
W. of the 6th P. M. in Lincoln Coun
ty, Nobraska, plaintiff alleging in his
potltlon that ho has been in the open
and continuous adverso possession of
said real estate as owner since on or
about Jan. 1, 1903. Plaintiff also
seeks to havo his title quieted against
a certain mortgage upon tho above
doscribod real estato, executed by
Green L. Fbormnn nnd.w!fo to Peleg G
Vary on May 1st, 1893, which mort
gaged Is recorded in Book 21, at page
52 of tho mortgage records of Lincoln
County. Nobraska. plaintiff alleging
that said mortgage is barred by tho
Statuto of Limitations of tho State of
Nobraska. Plaintiff also seeks to haw
his title quieted as ngainst a certain
mortgago upon said roal ostato ex
ecuted by Green L. Shormnn and wife
to Frontlor Stato Bank of Curtis on
May 17. 1893. which mortgngo is re
corded In Book 18, nt page 282 of the
mortgugo records of Lincoln County
Nobnulrn. plaintiff alleging that said
mortgage Is barred by tho Statuto of
L nutations of tho State of Nebraska
Plaintiff alBo allogos that he has ac
quired a now and indopondont title to
o.wu ,uu uBium oy nuvorso posaosslon
ou nro furthor notified n,nt 'l
furthor notified that imin
you answer snld petition on or beforn
tho 24th dny of November, 1910, j
ment will I be rendered again you
Datod Oct. 14. 1919
WESLEY T. WILCOX.
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