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THE NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
OHAITKIl I-rtiMmril iat. adven
turer, In Caalta, Mexican border town,
moets George 'i home, lieutenant In tlio
Ninth cuvalry, old roller friend. Thorno
tells Dale he In tlicrc to save Mercedes
Caatanoda, Spnnlsh Klrl, his nfltanced
wife, from Rojas, Mexican bandit.
CIIAPT13U II.-Qale "roughhouscs"
Rojas and IiIb gang, with the help of
two American cowboys, and he, Mercedes
and Thome cocape. A buclo call from
the fort orders Thome to hl.i regiment
He leaves Mercedes under dale's pro
CIIAPTEU III,-The pair, olded by the
cowboys who hnd assisted Qalo In the
escape, Charlie Ladd and Jim Lash, ar
rive In safety at a ranch known as For
10m uivor. wen across uie boruer.
ClIAPTEIl IV. The fucltivcs are at
Tom Ueldlng's homo. lidding Is Imml-
ition inspector, living witn mm are
hln wife nnd stepdaughter. Nell Durton
Qnlo, with Ladd and Lash, take service
with Heldlng an rangers, Oalc telling
Beldlng the causo of his being a wanderer,
a misunderstanding with his father con
cerning the son's business abilities.
Chapter IV (Continued)
)fWhat do you wnnt to do?" now."
"I wnnt n innn's Job. I wnnt to do Holding fetched a pnll of water
things with my hands. 1 want action. iul a un8i from the kitchen. Ills
I want to be outdoors." ! wlfo followed him out, and, upon see-
Holding nodded his head ns If lie ; K Dick's hnnd, wns nil solicitude,
understood thnt, und be "began to j i1(,n dici i,enr( nBi,t, quick foot
speak again, cut something short, then ( 8tei,S( hut he did not look up.
went on, hesitatingly: i NCn this is Mr. Gule Dick Gale,
"Gale you could go home again
to the old man It'd be all right?"
"Mr. Holding, there's nothing shady I
In my past. The governor would be j
glad to have me home. That's the ,
only consolation I've got. Hut I'm .
not going. I'm broke. I won't be a
tramp. And It's up to mo. to do
"How'd you Hlco to bo n border
rangc-i'?' asked Holding, laying a hnnd Dick felt that same strange, quick
on Dick's knee. "Part of my Job , enlng heart throb, yet he hnd never
hero Is United States Inspector of Im- ( been cooler In ills life. More than
migration. I've got that boundary nnytlilng else In the world he waivtod
lluo to patrol to keep out Chinks to look at Nell Burton; however, rfl
nnd Japs. You'll not be hired by tho vinlng ' that tho situation might be
U. S. You'll simply be my ranger, embarrasslnc to her. ho refrained
snmo as Laddy and Jim, who Jiavo
promised to work for me. I'll pay
you well,, give, you a room here, fur
nish everything down to guns, und the
finest librae you over saw In your life,
Your Job won't bo safe nnd healthy, 1
sometimes, but It'll be u man's Job
don't mlstnkc mo I You can gnmblo
on having things to do outdoors. Now,
what do you say?"
"I accept, und I thank you I can't
say how much," replied Gale, ear
"Good I That's settled. Let's go
out and tell Laddy nnd Jim." j
Both boys expressed satisfaction
at the turn of affairs, and then with j
Holding they set out to take Gale i
around tho ranch. Tho wide grounds j
wore covered with luxurlont grass i
and flowers nnd different kinds of
Heldlng explained that the luxuri
ance of this desert place was owing
to a few springs and tho dammed-up
waters of tho Itlo Forlorn.
"I've got one nover-fnlllng spring
on my plnco," said Heldlng. "Fine,
sweet water l You know what that!
means in tho desert. I like this oasis, '
Tho longer I live here the better I
like it. It's beautiful and healthy. ,
Forlorn and lonely, yes, especially for
women like my wife and Nell; but
I like it . . . And between you
and .me, boys, I've got something up
my sleeve. There's gold dust In tho
nrroyos, and there's mineral up In tho
mountains. If we only hud water I I
There are possibilities, and I want
you boys to stay with me and get In
on the ground floor. I wish this rebel ,
war was over. . . . Well, hero nre
the corrals and the Holds, Gale, take
a look nt that bunch of horses 1"
Holding's Inst remark was made ns
be led his companions out of shady
gardons into the open. Gale saw an
adobe shed und a hugo pen formed
by strangely twisted nnd contorted
branches or trunks of mesqulte, and,
beyond theso, wide, flat Holds, green
a dark, rich green nnd dotted with
beautiful horses. Thero were whites '
and blacks, nnd hays and grays. In
his ndmlrutlon Gale searched ills
memory to see if he could remember
tho llko of these magnificent animals,.
npi mm to uiimit uuu uie omy ones,
ho could compare with them wore the
"Shore I reckon 1 savvy why you
don't slop nights," drawled Laddy.
"I sco a Greaser out there no; it's
"Thut's my Pupugo herdsman. I
keep watch over tho horses now dny
nnd night. Lord, how I'd hate to
hnvo Hojns or Suluzar any of thoso
bandit rebels find my horsosl . . ,
Gnle, can you ride?"
Dick modestly replied thut he could,
according to the enstcm Idea ofi t0 )lor f0()t(
horsemanship. j ! thank' you," Bald Gale, also rls-
Tlio ringing of a bell, which Bel-j ing. With that Beldlng appeared in
ding said wub n cull to supper, turned tho doorway, nnd, finding the opera
tio men back toward tho house, It tlon concluded, culled them in to sup
was not until they reached It and per. After tho meal, having n fnvor-
wcro about to go In that Beldlni
chanced to discover Galo's crippled
'iVhnt nn awful' huwdj" hp ex.
chjlnjejl, "Where .the. devil did you
JttlOCrs or une jtui jfxu wwy-.
"I stove In my knuckles on Rojas,"
'Ton did Hint In one punch? Say,
I'm Rind It wasn't mo you hit I Why
didn't you tell mc? That's o hnd
hnnd. Those cuts nre full of dirt
nnd sand. Inflammation's sotting In.
It'H got to he dressed. NelU" he
Dick biiw u glimpse of golden halt
and n white dress In the door. Hut
they were not visible longer than a
"Dad, what's the matter?" asked
n voice thnt wns still as sweet at
formerly, hut now rnthcr small nnd
"Bring the ntrtlseptlcs, cotton, 'inn
daces and things out here. Ifurry,
who came with the boys last night,"
snld Holding. "IIo'b got an awful
umd. Got it punching that Greaser
Rojas. I want you to dress it. . . .
Gale, this Is my stepdaughter, Nell
Burton, of whom 1 spoke. She's
some good when there's somebody
Hick or i,urti shove out your list, my
boy, nnd let her get ut It. Supper's
from looking up. She begnn to Imtiio
his injured knuckles. He noted the
softness, tho deftness of her touch,
and then It seemed her fingers were
not quite ns stendy as they might
lmve 1een. Still, In a moment they
appeared to become surer In, their
work. When she snt down beside him
and rested . his injured hand In her
lap as she cut bandages, she was so
thrtlllngly nenr thnt he yielded to an
irrepressible desire to look up. She
had a sweet, fulr fnce wnrmly tinted
with tlmt &imo healthy golden-brown
sunburn. Her hair wns light gold
and abundant, a waving mass. Her
eyes were shaded by long, downcast
lashes, yet through them he caught a
glenm of blue.
Despite the stir within him, Gale,
Beelng sho wns now absorbed In her
task, critically studied her with a see-
She Was a Sweet, Wholesome, Joyous,
oml ,.,.,.. ,,.,, shu Wll8 .. ,..
wholesome, Joyous, pretty girl.
"Shore it mustn hurt?" Inquired
Laddy, who sat an Intorosted specta
tor. "Yes I confess It did," ropl. 1
Dick slowly, with his eyes on Noll 3
fnce. "But I didn't mind." '
Tho girl's lashes swept up swiftly
in surprise ano uuu uiKcn ins worn
literally. But tho dark-blue .eyes m-t
his for only n lleetlpg second. Tlu-.i
tho warm tint In her cheoks turnen
ns red as her lips. Hurriedly slw
Hnishod tvlm.' tho lmndniro nnd rose
able opportunity when for n moment
no ono wns nt hand, Dick wont out
through tho yard, past the gardens
nnd Holds, und climbed tho first knoll,
Vestwnrd the setting jun glided a
spiked, frost-colored, limitless ex- Ho tramped out, followed bywthe
pansu of desert. It nwod Gale. Wlint j tnll cowboys, und then Dick was en
a strange, pray, somber plneel There ablod to bring his letter to n close,
wns a lighter strip of gray winding' Mercedes enme buck, nnd hor eyes
down between dnrkcr hues. This he were shining. Dick, remembering
realized presently wns the river bed. Holding's suggestion, decided to proflt
nnd he snw now the pools of wntcr by It.
narrowed nnd diminished In size till "Mny I trouble you to write nnother
they lost themselves In gray snnd. for me?" naked Dick, ns he received
This wns the rnlny sensou, nenr Its the letter from .Veil.
end, and hero n little river struggled "It's no trouble, I'm sure I'd be
hopelessly, forlornly to live In the pleased," she replied.
desert. lie received n potent Impres- Tlmt wns altogether u wonderful
slon of the nature of that blnsted nice- speech of hers, Dick thought, because
worn wnste which he hud divined the words wore fho llrst coherent
was to give him strength und work ones she bad spoken to him.
nnd love. lie settled bnck nnd begun.
A Desert Rose. ,
When Dick lay down thnt night ho'
was dully conscious of pnln und head-
ache that lie did not feel well. De
spite this, and a mind thronging with
memories nnd anticipations, he suc
cumbed to wonrlness and soon fell
It wns light when lie awoke, but
a strange brightness seen through
whnt seemed blurred eyes. A ind
ent pnsscd before his mind worked
clearly, and then ho had to mnke an
effort to think. Ho was dizzy. When
he essayed to lift his right nrm, nn
excruciating pain mnde him desist.
Then he discovered that his arm wns
badly swollen, nnd the hnnd had
burst Its bandages. The Injured mem
ber was red, nngry, inflamed, nnd
twice its normni size. He felt hot all
over, und a raging henduche con.
Heldlng came stamping Into the
"Hello, Dick. Do you know t'a
Into? How's tho busted fist this
morning?" . j
Dick tried to sit up, but his effort
was n fnllure. He got about half up,
then felt himself weakly sliding back. !
"I guess I'm pretty sick," lie said.
ITn nu' Ttnl.ltm, tm.n m-o,'. him fool '
his fnce, nnd speak, und then every-:
tiling seemed to drift, not Into dark-
no tmt Intn on.no ro.rlnn xvlw.ro hi.
had dim perceptions of gray moving:
mote.- Then there curne nn Interval i
when nil was blank. When he ngnin
unclosed his eyes the room wns sunny,
and cool with a fragrant breeze thnt
blew through the open door. Dick
felt better; but he had no particular
desire to move or talk or eat.
On the next dny he was very much
"Wo'vo been afraid of blood poi
soning," said Beldlng. "But my wife
thinks tho danger's past. You'll have
to rest that nrm for a while."
Ladd and Jim came peeping In at
"Coino in, boys. He can have com
pany the more the better If It'll
keep him content, ne mustn't move,
Tho cowboys entered, slow, easy,
"Shore it's tough," suld Ladd, after
he had greeted Dick. "You look used
Jim Lasli wagged his half-bald,
sunburned head. "Mustn been more'n
tough for Rojns."
"Gnle, Laddy tolls me one of our
neighbors, fellow nnmed Cnrter. is
going to Cnsltn," put in Beldlng.
'Hero's n chance to get word to your
friend the soldier."
"Oh, that will bo fine!" exclaimed
Dick. "I declare I'd forgotten
Thorno. . . . How Is Miss Cnsta
neda? I hope "
"Sho'8 nil right, Gnle. Been up and
around tho patio for two days. Sho
nnd Nell mnde friends at jmce. I'll
call them in."
Both girls came In, Mercedes lead
ing. Like Nell, she wore white, and
sho had a red rose In her hnnd. She
wns swift, impulsive in her move
ments to reach Dick's side.
"Senor, I am so sorry you were
111 so hnppy you nre better."
Dick greeted her, offering his left
hand, gravely npologlzlivg for the fact
that, owing to a late Infirmity, he
could not offer the right. Her smllo
exqulsllely combined sympathy, grntl- i
tuue, udinirution. Then Dick spolce
to Nell, Ukewiso offering his hnnd, j
which she took shyly. Her reply was
a murmured, unintelligible one; ltt 1
1 her eyes were glad, and the tint in 1
, her cheeks threatened to rival the
hue of the rose she curried.
Presently Dick remembered to
spenk of tho matter of getting news
"Senor, mny I write to him? Will
somcono tnke n letter? ... I
shall hear from hlml" she said; nnd
her white hands emphasized her
"Assurodly. I guess poor Thome
Is nlmost crazy. I'll write to him. . . .
No, I can't with this crippled hnnd."
"That'll be nil right, Gnle." snld
Beldlng. "Noll will write for you.
Sho writes nil my letters.''
So Beldlng arranged It; und Merce
des How nwnv to her room to wrltn.
, wh0 NoI1 ft)tclici, ,,cn nna ,mncP nm,
seated hewlf beside Gnle's bed to
1 tftj0 j,s tictntIon.
what with watching Nell and try-
, mB to cntch hor glance, nnd llstonlng
to Beldlng's talk with the cowboys.
Dick was hard put to It to dictate
nny kind of n credltnblo letter. Noll
met his guzo once, then no more.
Beldlng wns tnlklng over the risks In
volved In n trip to Cnsltn.
"I'll tell you, boys, I'll rldo In my
self with Cnrter. There's business
I enn see to, nnd I'm curious to
know what tho rebels are doing.
Gnle, I'm going to Cnsltn myself.
Ought to got bnck tomorrow some
time. I'll he ready to stnrt In nn hour.
Hnvo your lottor roudy. And say If
you wnnt to write homo It's n chajice.
Sometimes we don't go to tho P. O.
In n mouth."
Presently Gale paused, partly, be-1
i cause of genuine emotion, and stole
a look from under his hand at Nell.
If she hnd In the very lenst been drawn
to him Hut that was absurd" lm-
When Dick finished dictating, his
eyes were upon Mercedes, who sat
smilingly curious nnd sympathetic.
How responsive she was I He looked
nt Nell. Presently she rose, holding
out his letter. He wns just In time
to see u wuve of red recede from her
face. She gave lilin one swift gaze,
unconscious, searching, then averted
It and turned nwoy. She left the
room with Mercedes before he could
express his thanks.
Hut thn strange, spenklng flash of
eyes remained to haunt and torment
Gale. It wns Indescribably sweet,
and provocntlve of thoughts that he
believed were wild without warrant.
It dawned upon him thnt for the brief
Instant when Nell had met his gaze
she hnd lost her shyness. It wns n
woman's questioning eyes that hnd
pierced through him.
Next day Dick believed lie wns well
enough to leave his room; but Mrs.
Holding would not permit him to do
so. She was kind, soft-hunded, moth
erly, nnd she was always coining in
to minister to his comfort; yet Gale
felt that the friendliness so manifest
,n tlle "theiS Of tl)e household (11(1 IlOt
extomJ, tH hr- llu wns conscious of
something tlmt a little thought per-
"Uttded Mill WUS antUgOllIsm. It SUr-
Prised und hurt him. He reflected
that there might come u time when
11 "u"m " "mie, mr nevunu any
ground of everyday friendly klndll
ness, to have Mrs. Heldlng be well
disposed towurd him. So he thougnt
about her, and pondered how to make
her like him. It did not take very
long for Dick to discover that ho
liked her. Iler face, except when she
smiled, was thoughtful and sad. But
it seemed too strong, too Intense, too
nobly lined. It was a face to make
one serious. Like a haunting shadow,
like n phantomof happier years, the
sweetness of Nell's face was there,
and Infinitely more of beauty than
had been transmitted to the daugh
ter. Dick believed Mrs. Beldlng's
friendship and motherly love were
worth much striving to win, entirely
asldo from nny more selfish motive.
He decided both would be hard to
Toward evening Gale heard the
tramp of horses nnd Beldlng's hearty
voice. Presently the rancher strode
in upon Gale, shaking the gray dust
from his broad shoulders nnd waving
CHATTER V. (Continued)
Shaving sots, traveling sets, mili
tary brushes and key cases will please
the gontlemon this Christmas. Clin
ton & Son, Gifts That
Choice lot of young Red Poll bulb
t farmers prices ai
PAYNE'S DAIRY FARM
John S. Twinem, M. D.
Medicine, surgery and obstetrics
(Drug room with drugs for acuto and
chronic diseases.) '
When in North Platte
COME AND SEE US
Everythlnj first class and prices
roasnnablo. Opposlto Union Pacific
mi. UAltOLI) II. WALKER
Practice limited to Eye, Enr, Noso nnd
Offices over McBonnld Ilnnk
I) It. L. A. SNAVELY
X-Rny Diagnosis Oxygen nnd
Ota Anesthesia for Extractions.
Ovor Union Stato Bank
For dates nnd terms call at
First National Bank
. North Platte, Nob.
Office 340 Mouse 488
DR. V. I. S11A1TEK
Over the Ousts
W. T. PRITCIIARI
'Government Veterinarian nnd ex
iBstHtant deputy State Veterinarian
Hospital 315 South Vino Street.
Phonos. Hospital G33 Residence G3S
mi. HA HOLD FEXXEH
Over Hlrschf eld's
Ofrtce Phone 333 Res. Phone 102'
OTIS K. I'LATT, 31. T).
Physician and Surgeon
DiagnoBS nnd Treament
" Over Uuiou State Bauk
Office Phone 2'JCW House Phono 26f
' ii r int v in: it it v k Foitnrcs
Undertakers ami Funeral Directors
Day Phono 41 Night Phone Black 54r
JOHN S. SIMMS, M. 1).
Special Attention Given to
McDonald Bank Building
Offlco Phono 83 Residence 38
Physician, Obstetrician, Surgeon
Calls promptly answered Night or Da'
Phones. Offlco G42 Residence 676
Office Phone 241 Res. Phone 21
L. C. DltOST
North Platte, Nebraska
Knights of Columbus Building
GEO. B. DENT
Physician and. Surgeon
Special Attontion Given to Surgerj
Office: Building & Loan Building
Phones: Office 130 Residence 115
DOUCET MUSIC STUDIO
Trevlyn E. Doucet
Teacher of Violin and Cornet
Die. 3JL R. STATES
UnmiiP 5 6. 7 Building & Loan Bid?
Office Phone 70 Res. Phono 1242
Paving Assessments for the follow
ing, districts may now bo paid at tht
offlco of tho City Treasurer.
3 (East 4th Street)
4 (West 5th)
5 (West 4 to Oak)
0 (East 6th)
Districts 3 and G havo been drawing
intorest since October 6th, 1922, and
districts 4 and 5 will begin drawing
interest Deoember 6th, 1922.
L. E. MEHLMANN
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Notice is hereby given that scaled
bids will bo received for the' con
struction of. Sower Lateral District
No. 4 which consists of Blocks "B",
7, 8, and 9 of Cody's addition to tho
city of North Platto, Nebraska and
that part of tho Northwost Quarter of
Southeast Quarter of Soction 32, Town
ship 14, Rango 30, commencing at the
main sower on Jackson Avenue where
tho same Intersects tho center lino of
tho alloy, thonco westerly along tho
alloy lino through the nbovo doscribod
property. Plans and specifications
may bo had from tho City Engineor of
tho city of North Platte, Nobraska.
Said bids will ho received up to eight
o'clock p. m., December 19th. 1922.
Tho Council reserves the r! ht to
roject any and all bids.
Witness my hand this Cth day of
O. E. ELDER
Halllgan, Bettty & Halligan, Attys.
NOTICE OP PETITION
Estato No. 1919 of James R. Shaw,
deceased In tho County Court of Lin
coln County, Nobraska.
Tho Stato of Nebraska. To nil
porsons Interested in said Estato
tako notice that a petition has been
filed for tho probate of an Instru
ment purporting to bo tho last will
nnd testament of said deceased, and
for tho appointment of Mary B. Shaw
as Executrix of said estato, which
has been sot for hearing on Dec. 2G,
1922, at 10 o'elock a. m.
Dated Dec. 4, 1922.
Wm. II. C. WOODHURST,
(SEAL) County Judge
NOTICE OF TAKING UP ESTRAY
Taken up b undersigned Block 33
and 34, Novlllo addition, County of
Lincoln, State of Nebraska,' on tho 19
day of November 1922, 1 black gelding,
2 yoars old; 1 dun colored gelding
coming 2 yoars old; 1 gray maro com
ing 4 yrs. old.Unbroko and no brands.
Dajod this 22 day of November 1922.
Signed Geno Crook.
1 " 1 j
NOTICE OF FINAL REPORT
Eatato No. 1857 of Edward P. Rob
hnusau, doccasod In tho County Court
of Lincoln County, Nebraska.
Tho State of Nobraskn, to nil per
sons lntorostod in said Estate tnko
notice that tho Administratrix has
filed a final account and report of hor
administration and a petition for fin
al sottlomont and dlschargo as such,
which have been set for hearing be
fore said court on December 2G, 1922,
at 10 o !ock u. m., when you may
appoar and contest tho same.
Dated December 1st, 1922.
Wm. H. C. Woodhurst
J. C. Hollman, Attorney
Estate No. 191G of William S. Depuy
deceased in tho County Court of Lin
coln County, Nebraska.
The State of Nebraska, ss: Credit
ors of said cstato will tako notice that
tho time limited for prosontation and
tiling of claims against said Estate is
March 12th, 1923, and for settlement
of said Estato is Nov. 7th, 1923; that
I will sit at tho county court room in
said County ,on December 12th, 1922,
it 10 o'clock a. m., and on March 12th)
ij5 at 10 o'clock a. m., to receive,
examine, hear, allow, or ndjust all
claims and objections duly (lied.
Dntcd November 7th 1922.
Wm. H. C. W ODMURST,
- County Judge.
EXTENSION ROAD NO. 37
To whom It may concern:
A consent petition presented to tho
board of county commissioners to lo
cate a road commencing nt the South
west corner of Section nino (9) and
the Southeast corner of Section eight
(8) Town Thirteen (13) Rango Thirty
four (34) to connect with road No.
213. All objections thereto or claims
for damago must be filed in tho Coun
ty Clerk's office on or beforo noon
on the 2nd day of January, A. D. 1923
or such road will bo established with
out reference thereto.
Said road to bo 66 feet wide.
A. S. ALLEN
EXTENSION ROAD NO. 247
To whom It may concern:
A consent petition presented to tho
board of county commissioners to lo
cato a road commencing nt tho South
west corner of Section 27, Township
14, North of Range 31 we3t of tho
6th P. M. and running thonco North
on section lino to the Union Pacific
Railroad right-of-way. All objections
thereto or claims for damage must
bo filed in the County Clerk's offlco
on or beforo noon of tho 2nd day of
January A. D. 1923 or such road will
be established without reforence
Said road to be 66 feet .wide.
A. S. ALLEN
By virtuo of on order of sale issued
from tho District Court of Lincoln
County, Nebr., upon a decree of fore
closure rendered in said Court
wherein David H. Corbett is plaintiff,
ind W. L. Fristo, ct al aro defendants,
nnd to me directed, I will on the 9th
day of Docembor 1922, at 2 o'clock
P. M., at tho cast front door of the
Court House in North Platte, Lincoln
County, Nebraska sell nt Public Auc
tion to tho highest bidder for cash,
to satisfy said decree, Intorest and
costs, tho following described proper
West half of tho southwest quarter
(WAof SW&) of section thirty-five
(35) In township eleven (11) north of
rango thlrty-ono (31) west of the 6th
P. M. Lincoln County, Nobraska.
Dated North Platte, Nebr, Nov. 4,
A. J. SALISBURY,
VACATION OF ROADS NO. 120 & 161
To whom it may concern:
Tho commissioner appointed to va
cate roads Number 120 and 161. Road
No. 120 commencing on the section
lino between sections 8fcand 9 Town
14, Range 33, thonco in a Northeast
erly direction, parallel with tho south
bank of tho North Platto rivor, and
terminating on tho section lino bo
f"on sections 9 and 10 Town 14
ad road No. 101, commencing on
ion line betwoen Sections 9 and
Town 14, Rango 33, thonco run
' In r Southeasterly direction to
section lino betwoen sections 10
11 in Town 14, Rango 33, West
roportod In favor of tho vacation
eot(, and all objections thereto
: t be filed In tho county clerk's
l io on or beforo noon on tho 2nd
of January, 1922 or such roads
U bo fvacatod without reference.
' f qto.
A. S. ALLEN
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