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THE NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
COPYRIGHT "ZJC HARPER. AND
CHAPTER SIX CONTINUED
The Mexicans wore leisurely cook-'
lng their morning meal. A slow wratb
stirred In Gale ns he watched the trio.
They showed not the slightest Indica
tion of breaking camp. One fellow,
evidently the leader, packed a gun at
his hip, the only 'weapon In sight. 1
Gnlo noted this with speculative eyes.
Then he saw two Indians on burros
como riding up tho other side of tho
knoll upon which the ndobe house
stood; and apparently they were not
nwaro of the presence of the Mexi
cans, for they came on up tho path.
Ono Indian was a I'opago. The other,
striking In appearance for other rea
sons than thnt ho seemed to be about
to fall from the burro, Gale took to be
a Ynqul. They enmo over the knoll
and down the path toward the well.
turned a corner of tho house, and
completely surprised tho raiders.
Galo heard a short, shrill cry,
strangely high and wild, nnd this enmo
from ono of tho Indians. It was an
swered by hoarse shouts. Then tho
loader of tho trio, tho Mexican who
packed a gun, pulled It and fired point
blank. He missed once aud again.
At tho third shot tho Panugo Bhrlcked
and tumbled off his burro to fall in a
heap. Tho other Indian swayed, as
If tho taking away of tho support lent
by his comrade had brought collapse,
and with tho fourth shot be, too,
slipped to tho ground
Tho reports had frightened tho
horses In tho corral; and a vicious
black, crowding the rickety bars,
trroko them down. He camo plnnglng
out With a splendid vaulting mount,
tho Mexican with tho gun leaped to
U& back of the horse. Ho yelled and
waYcd his gun, and urged tho black
fcrwurd. Tho manner of all three
ta savagely Jocoift. They wero hav
ing sport. Tho two on tho ground be
gan to dance and Jobber. Tho mount
ed leader shot again, nnd then stuck
like n leech upon tho bare back of tho
rearing black. It was a vain show of
horsemanship. Then this Mexican, by
somo strange grip, brought tho horso
down, plunging almost upn the body
of the Indian thnt had fallen last.
Gale 'stood aghnst with his riflo
clutched tight. Ho could not dlvlno
tho Intention at tho raider, hut sus
pected something strikingly brutal.
Tho horso answered to that cruol,
Tho Horso Answered to That Cruel
Guiding Hand, Yet Ho Swerved nnd
guiding hnnd, yet ho swerved and
bucket?. Ho rourod aloft, pawing tho
air, wildly snorting, then lie plunged
down upon the prostrnto Indian. Even
In tTie not tho Intelligent animal tried
to "fcoop from striking tho body with
his hoofs. But that was not possible.
A yell, hideous In Us passion, signaled
this feat of horsemanship.
Tho Moxlcan iiiado no movo to' trample-
tho body of tho Pnpngo. Ho
turned tho black to rldo again over
the other Indian. Gnlo was horrified;
to soo i no iiiqui .wriino aim raise u '
feeble hand. The notion brought re
newed nnd moro snvngo cries from tho
Mexicans. Tho horso snorted In terror.
Gnlo could bear no more. Ho took a
quick shot nt tho rider. Ilo missed
the moving figure, but hit tho horse.
There was a bound, n horrid scream,
a mighty plungo, then th6 horso went
down, giving thu Mexican a Btunnlng
fall. Both beast nnd man lay still.
Galo rushed from his cover to in
tercept tho other raiders beforo they
could reach tho houso and their weap
ons. Then tho frightened horses burst
tho corral bars, and in a thundering,
dust-mantled strenm fled up tho.nf-
"Riders of thePuiftlo Sage
' Tho fnllon rnldor sat up, mumbling
to his snnts In ono bronth, cursing in,
"Go, Greasers I lturil" yelled Gale.
Then he yelled It In Spanish. At tho
' point of his riflo hq drove the two
' raiders out of the camp. His next
movo was to run Into tho houso nnd
fetch out the cnrblnes. With a heavy
i stone ho dismantled each weapon.
Thnt done, he set out on a mn for
his horso. Hlnnco Sol henrd him com
ing and whistled n welcome, nnd when
I Gnlo rnn up tho horse was snorting
war. Mounting, Gnlo rode rapidly back
tn ihn nnnnn rP Mm nnflnn nnrl Ilia
first thought, when ho arrived at tho
well, was to give Sol n drink nnd to
fill his canteens.
Then Gnlo led his horso up out of
I the wnterhole, and decided before re
mounting to have n look nt the In
dlnns. Tho Papago had been shot
through tho heart, but tho YaquI was
l still alive. Moreover, ho was conscious
i nnd stnrlng up nt Gale with great,
strange, somber eyes, black as volcan
' ic slag.
, "Gringo, good no kill," ho said, in
, Ills speech was not affirmative bo
much as questioning.
"Ynqui, you're dono for," said Gale,
i and his words were positive. Ho wna
j simply speaking aloud his mind.
I "Ynqul no hurt niuch," replied
I the Indian, nnd then he spoke a
strnnge word repeated It ngnln and
j An Instinct of Galo's, or perhaps
, some suggestion In the husky, thick
whisper or dark face, told Gale to
reach for his canteen. Ilo lifted tho
Indian nnd gnve him a drink, and If
ovor In nil hln ltfo lio fuiw erafltiifln i
j In human eyes ho saw It then. Than
, ho exnmlned the Injured Ynqul. The
Indian had three wounds a bullet
hole In his shoulder, a crushed arm,
and a badly lacerated leg.
Tho ranger, thought rapidly. TWb
Ynqul would live unless left there, to
dlo or be murdered by the Mexicans
when they found courage to sneak
back to tho well. It never occurred to
Gale to abandon tho poor fellow. All
the same, ho knew he multiplied his
perils' n hundredfold by burdening
himself with a crippled Indian. Swift
ty ho set to work, and with rifle ever
under his band, and shifting glnnco
Bparcd from his tnsk, ho bound up tho
Yaqul's wounds. At the same time ho
kept keen watch.
The Indlnns' burros and tho horsee
of the raiders wero nil out of sight
Time was too valuable for Gale to uso
any In what might bo vain search.
Therefore", ho lifted the Yaqui upon
Sol's broad shoulders and climbed
Into tho saddle. At a word Sol
dropped his head and started east
ward up tho trull, walking swiftly,
without resentment for his double bur
den. Gale, bearing In mind tho ovcr-pres-mt
possibility of encountering moro
rnlders nnd o? being pursued, saved
tho strength of the horso. Once out
it sight of Pupugo well, Galo dis
mounted nnd walked beside the horso,
toadying with ono firm hand tlie help
lews, dnngllng Yaqul.
Gale kept puce with his horse. ITo
boro the twinge of pnin thnt darted
through his Injured hip nt every stride.
In the hent of midday ho hnlted in the
Bhndo of a rock, and, lifting tho Ynqul
down, gave hVn a drink. Then, after
a long, sweeping survey of the sur
rounding dosert, he romovod Sol's snd
die nnd lot him roll, nnd took for him
self n welcome rest nnd a bite to out.
Tlie Ynqul wns tenacious of life.
Ho wns still holding his own. For tho
tlrst time Gnlo really looked nt tho
Indian to study him. He had a largo
head nobly cast, and a fnco that re-i
scmbk'd a shrunken mask. It seemed
chiseled In the dnrk-oyed, volcanic
lava of his Sonora wilderness. Tho
Indian's eyes wore always black and
mystic, but this Yaqul's encompassed
all tho tragic dosolntlon of tho desert.
They wore fixed on Gnlo, moved only
when he moved.
Gnlo resumed his homeward Jour
ney. ' He held grimly by tho sUK of
tho tireless, Implncablo horse, h .d-
Ing the Yuqul on tho saddle, till; ng
eil)1.mit of tll0 niorclless thorns.
the end It bocamo heartrending t '1.
His heavy chnps drugged him do .;
but ho dnreil not go on without th ;i
for, thick and etlfl ns they were, tii.'
torrlblo, steel-bayoneted spikes of the
cboyns pierced through to sting his
To tho last mile Gnlo held to Dlnnco
Sol's gnlt and kept over-wntchful guzo
ahead on tho trail. Then, with tho
low, flat houses of Forlorn IUvcr shin
ing red In tho sunset, Gnlo tlngged and
rapidly weakened. Tho Ynqul slipped
out of tho Baddlo and dropped limp In
tho sand. Galo could not mount his
horse. Ilo clutched Sol's long tall nnd
Jwjstpd his hand In It and .stag-
Blnnco Sol whistled a piercing blast.
IIe scented cool water nnd sweet al
falfa liny. Twinkling lights ahead
mennt rest. The melancholy desert
twilight rapidly succeeded tho sunset.
It nccontuntcd the forlorn loneliness
j of the grny, winding river of Band and
i Its grayer shores. Night shadows
trooped down from the black and
"A crlpplled Ynqul I Why the h 1 did
you saddle yoursplf with him?" roared
fielding, as he laid Galo upon tlio bed.
Beldlng had grown hard these late, j
i violent weeks. ,
, "Because I chose," whlnpored Gale,
In reply. "Go after him ho dropped
in the trail across the river near
the first big sngunro." i
"Sure, Dick, sure," Holding replied, '
In softer tones. Then ho stalked ,
out; his heels rang on the flngstones; i
he opened a door and called : "Mother ,
girls, bore's Dick back. lie's done
up. . . . Do what you con to mnke
him comfortable. I've got a little Job j
Gale slept twenty hours. Then lie i
arose, thirsty, hungry, lnme, over- j
worn, nnd presently went In search i
of Holding and the business of tlie
"Your Yaqul was near dead, but
guess we'll pull him through," said
Gale told of his experience at Papa
go well. i
"That raider who tried to grind the
Yaqul under a horse's hoofs ho was
n hyena I" concluded Gale, shuddering.
"I've seen somo blood spilled nnd some
hnrd sights, but thnt Inhuman devil took
my nerve. Why, ns I told you, Hold
ing, I missed a shot nt him not
twenty paces I"
"Dick, In enscs llko that the soonef
you clean up tho bunch the better,"
said Holding, grimly. "As for hnrd
sights wnlt till you've seen a Yaqul
do up a Mexican. Bar none, thnt ls(
the limit I Dick, if I'm not mlstnken,
this fellow wns a chief. It was a
waste of strength, a needless risk for
you to save him, pnek him buck here.
But, d n the whole Grenser outfit
generally, I'm glad you did!" ,
Galo remembered then to speak of ,
his concern for Lndd. I
"Lnddy didn't go out to meet you,"
replied Beldlng. "I knew you were ;
due In any day, and, ns there's been
trouble between here and Caslta, 1
sent him thnt way. Since you'vo been
out our friend Carter lost a bunch of
horses and a few steers. Did you get
a flood look nt tho horses thoso raid
ers had at Pnpngo well?"
Dick had learned, since he had be
come a ranger, to see everything with
keen, euro, photographic eye; and, be
ing put to the tost so often required of
hlra, he described tho horses as n
dark-colored drove, mostly bays and
blacks, with ono spotted sorrel.
"Some of Carter's suro ns you're
born I" exclaimed Beldlng.
"Woll, what shall I do now?" nsked
"Stay hero and rest," bluntly replied
Beldlng. 'You need It. Let tho wom
en fuss over you doctor you a little.
When Jim gets bnck from Sonoytn 111
know moro about what wo ought tc
Gale had received several letters
from his sister Elsie, the Inst of
which ho hnd not answered. There
Uid not been much opportunity for
writing on his Infrequent returns to
Forlorn River; nnd, besides, Elsie had
written thnt her father had stormed
over what ho considered Dick's falling
Into wild and evil ways.
"Tlmo files," said Dick. "George
Thornc will bo free bofore long, and
he'll bo coming out. I wonder If he'll
stny hero or try to take Mercedes
"Well, ho'll atay right hero in For
lorn River, If I have any say," replied
Beldlng. "I'd llko to know how he'd
over get that Spanish girl out of tho
country now, with all tho trails over
run by rebels and raiders. It'd bo
hard to disguise her. Say, Dick, may
bo we con get Thorno to stny here.
You know, since you've discovered
tho possibility of a big wator supply,
I've had dreams of a future for For
lorn River. ... If only this war
was over I"
Tho discovery that Beldlng nlluded
to wns ouo thnt might very well lead
to tho milking of u wonderful nnd
agricultural district of Altar valley.
Whllo In college Dick Gnlo hnd studied
engineering, but he had not set tho
sclentlllc world afire with his bril
liance. Nevertheless, his smattering
of engineering skill boro fruit In tho
last place on earth whore anything
might have been expected of It In
the desert. Gale had always won
dered about the sourco of Forlorn
River. He had discovered a long, nar
row, rock-bottoniod and rock-walled
gulch thnt could bo dammed at the
lower end by tho dynamiting of lean
ing d Ill's above. An Inexhaustible
supply of water -could be stored there.
Furthermore, ho had worked out nn
lrrlgntlon plan to bring tho wnter
down for mining uses, nnd to mnko a
paradise out of that part of Altar
valloy which lay In tho United States.
Beldlng clnlmed thero was gold In tho
nrroyos, gold In the gulches, not In
quantities to make a prospector re
joice, but enough to work for. And
the soil on tho higher levels otAltnr
valley needed only wntor to mnko It
grow anything the year round. Gale,
too, hod como to hnvo dreams of a
future for Forlorn RIvor.
On tho nfternoon of tho following
day Lndd unexpectedly appeared lead
ing a lanio nnd Inthored horso Into the
yard, The legs of tho horso wero raw
ffd red, nnd he seemed about to "drop.
Lndd's sombrero wns missing, ho
wore n bloody scarf round his head;
sweat nnd blood nnd dust had formed
n crust on his face; little streams of
powdery dust slid from him; and tho
lower half of his scarred' chaps wore
full of broken white thorns.
"Howdy, boys," ho drnwled. "I
shore am glnd to see you all."
"Lnddy, go In tho house to the
women," said Beldlng. "I'll tend to
"Shore, Tom, In a minute. I've been
down the rond. An' I found hoss
tracks and steer tracks goln' across
tho line. But I seen no sign of raid
ers till this mornln'. Slept nt Carter's
last night. That raid the other day
cleaned him out. lie's sliootin' mad.
Well, this mornln' I rode plumb Into
a bunch of Carter's bosses, runnln'
wild for home. Some Grensers were
tryin' to bend them round on' chaso
them back across the line. I rode in
between nn' made matters cmbarras
Bin'. Carter's bosses got away. Then
me an' the Greasers had a little game
"Shore, Nell, It's Only a Scratch.
Bronch Throwed Me."
of hide an' seek In the cactus. I was
on the wrong side, an' hod to break
through their line to head toward
home. We run some. But I had n
closer call than I'm stuck on bavin'."
Beldlng cursed low and deep In his
throat, nnd the sound resembled mut
tering thunder. The shade of anxiety
on his face changed to one of dark
gloom nnd passion. Next to his wife
and daughter there was nothing BO
dear to him as his white horses. His
father and his grandfather all his
progenitors of whom he had trace
had been lovers of horsee. It wns in
"Loddy, before It's too late can't I
got the whites away from the border?"
"I reckon we'd better stick here,
Tom. . . . Dick, It'B some good to
see you again. But you seem klnda
quiet. Shore you get quieter all tho
time. Did you see any sign of Jim
out Sonoytn way?"
Then Beldlng led tho lame horso to
ward tlie watering-trough, while the
two .rangers went toward the house,
Dick was telling Lndd about tho af
fair at Papago well when they turned
tho corner under the porch. Nell was
sitting In tlie door. Sko rose with a
little scream and camo flying townrd
"Now I'll get It," whispered Ladd.
"Tho women '11 make a baby of me.
An shore I can't help myself."
"Oh, Lnddy, you've been hurt I"
cried Nell, ns with white cheeks and
diluting eyes she ran to hlra and
caught his arm.
"Shore, Nell, It's only a scratch.
My bronch throwed mo."
DR. HAROLD FENNER
Oftlco Phono 333 Res. Phone 1020
OTIS R. l'JLATT, 31. D.
Physician nnd Surgeon
Dlngnoss and Troament
Over Union State Bank
Office Phono 296W Houso Phono 2UCB
DR. HAROLD 11. WALKER
Practice limited to Eye, Ear, Nose nnd
Offices over McDonald Bank
DEKRYRERRY & FORIIES
Undertakers nnd Funeral Director)
Day Phono 41 Night Phono Black 5h
DR. L. A. SNAYELY
X-Ray Diagnosis Oxygen and
tins Anesthesia for Extractions.
Over Union State Bank
JOHN S. SDHIS, M. D.
Special Attention Given to
McDonald Bank Building
Office Phono 83 Resldonce 38
GEO. B. DENT
Physician nnd Surgeon
Special Attention Given to Surgery
Office: Building & Loan Building
Phones: Office 130 Residence 116
Offlco 340 Houbo 488
DR. y. I. SHAFFER
Over tho Oasis North Plait-
DR. RED FIELD
Physician, Obstetrician, Surgeon
Calls promptly answered Night or Da
Phones. Offico G42 Residence 676
XV, T. PRITCIIARD
Ex-Government Veterinarian and ex
Assistant doputy Stato Voterlnarlut
Hospital 316 South Vine Street.
Phones. Hospital G33 Residence G38
Office Phone 241 Res. Phone 21
L. C. RROST
, North Platte, Nebraska
Knights of Columbus Building.
For dates und terms call at
First National Bank
North PlattO, Nob.
NOTICE OF TAKING UP ESTRAY
Taken up by undorslmed Block 33
and 34. Novilln n.fldltimi
f WWUUM Ul
umtum, emio or xseDrasica; on tho 19
day of November 1922, 1 black gelding,
years old; 1 dun colored coldlnc
coming 2 years old; 1 crav rnaro dom
ing 4 yrs. old. Unbroko and no brands.
iateu tnis 22 day of November 1922.
Signed Gene Crook.
EXTENSION ROAD NO. 37
To whom It may concorn:
A consont petition presented to the
board of county commissioners tt lo
cate a road commencing at tho South-
Wost corner of Section nine (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 damage must bo filed in the Coun
ty Clork's offico on or beforo noon
on tho 2nd day of January, A. D. 1923
or Buch road will bo established with
out reference thereto.
Said road to bo 66 feet wido.
A. S. ALLEN
EXTENSION ROAD NO. 247
To whom it, may concern:
A consent petition presented to the
board of county commissioners to lo
cate a road commencing at the South
west corner of Section 27, Township
14, North of Rango 31 wont of tho
6th P. M. and running thence North
on section Hno to tho Union Pacific
Railroad right-of-way. All objections
thereto or claims for damage must
bo filed In tho County Clerk's offico
on or beforo noon of the 2nd day ot
January A. D. 1923 or wuch road will
bo established without reference
Said road to bo 66 feot wido.
A. a ALLEN
NOTICE OF PAVING ASSESSMENT
Notico Is horoby given that the City
Council of tho city or North Platte,
Nobraska, will sit as a Board of
Equalization on January 2nd, 1923 at
8 p.m., for tho purposo of equalizing
and'tissesslng tho cost of construction
of pave'ment in Paving District No. 9,
boing West 4th Street and In Paving
District No. 11, being West 9th Street,
ngnlnst tho abutting property owners;
All thoso having objections to such
equalization and assessment will bo
present at tho couneir chamber on
said dnto for tho purposo of presenting
to tho council all objections.
Witness my hand this 19th day of
Docembor, 1922 .
.0. E. T3LDER,
VACATION OF ROADS NO. 120 & 161
To whom it may concorn:
Tho commissioner appointed to va
cato roads Number 120 and 161. Road
No. 120 commencing on to section
Hno between sections 8 nnd 9 Town
14, Rango 33, thonco in a Northeast
erly dlroctlon, parallol with tho south
bank of tho North Platte river, and
terminating on tho section lino be
tween sections 9 and 10 Town 14
And road No. 161, commencing on
section lino botweon Sections 9 and
10, Town 14, Rango 33, thonco run
ning in n Southeasterly direction to
the section lino botweon sections 10
and 11 In Town 14, Rango 33, West
wns reported in favor ot tho vacation
thoroof, nnd all objections thereto
must bo filed In tho county clork's
offico on or beforo noon on tho 2nd
day of January, 1923 or such roads
will bo vacated without roforenco
A. S. ALLEN
DIU M. II. STATES
Rooms 5. 6, 7 Building & Loan B1J
Office Phone 70 Res. Phone 1242
NOTICE OF PETITION
Estnte No. 1920 of Hattlo M. Hockard,
deceased In tho County Court of Lin
coln County, Nebraska.
Tho Stato of Nebraska. To all per
sons interested in said Estato tako
notico that n petition has boon filed
for tho probating of the will filed and
tho appointment of E. II. Evans aa
executor of said estate, which has been
set for hearing herein on January 2,
1923' at 10 o'clock a. m.
Dated December 9th, 1922.
WM, H. C. WOODHURST
.NOTICE OF PETITION
Estaic No. 1019 of Jamos R. Shaw,
decoased in the County Court of Lin
coln County, Nebraska.
Tho State of Nebraska. To all
persons Interested in said Estato
take notice that a petition has been
filed for tho probate of an instru
ment purporting to bo tho last will
and testament of said deceased, and
for tho appointment of Mary B. Shaw
ns Executrix of Bald estato, which
has boon set for hearing on Dec. 26,
1922, at 10 o'clock a. m.
Dated Dec. 4, 1922.
Wm. II. C. WOODHURST,
(SEAL) County Judge
NOTICE OF FINAL REPORT
Estato No. 1857 of Edward P. Reb
hausen, deceased in tho County Court
of Lincoln County, Nebraska.
Tho Stato of Nebraska, to all per
sons Interested In said Estato tako
notico that tho Administratrix has
filed a final account and report of her
administration and a petition for fin
al settlement and dlschargo as such,
which havo been set for hearing be
fore said court on December 26, 1922,
at 10 o'clock a. m., when you may
appear and contest tho same.
Dated December lBt, 1922.
Wm. H. C. Woodhurst
EXTENSION TO ROAD NO. 418
To whom It may concern:
Tho special commissioner appointed
to locate a public road aa follows:
Beginning at tho Southeast corner
of Section Twonty-nlno and tho North
oast corner of Section Thirty-two,
township eleven and rango thirty-two;
thenco running west one inilo between
sections twenty-nine and thirty-two,
along said section line, thonco South
between Sections thlrty-ono and thir
ty two to tho. South lino ot township
elevon, thenco south between sections
fivo and six and seven and eight,
seventeen and eighteen to the South
lino of Section Seventeen, thence east
about eight rods between sections
seventeen and twenty in township ten,
rango thirty-two, all in Lincoln coun
ty and Stato of Nebraska, the above
described road to bo 66 ft. wide.
Any or all parties having objections
thereto or claims for damages by
reason of tho estabishment of the said
above described road must file same In
tho offico of the County Cerk of Lin
coln County, Nobraska, on or beforo
12 o'clock noon of the 26th day of
Feb. A. D. 1923.
Dnted at North Platte, Nebr., this
Hth day of Nov. 1922.
A. S. ALLEN
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Sealed bids will bo received at the
Offico of tho County Clerk of Lin
coln County, Nebraska, on or before
12 o'clock noon of the 8th day ot
January, 1923, for tho records,
blanks and supplies estimated as
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4-8 qr. loose leaf prlntod head and
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Tho abovo records to bo mado of
tho best linen ledger paper, full bond
extra ends, bands and fronts, with
400 school land receipts, triplicate.
12,200 tax receipts In duplicate.
2000 Redemption Certificates In
4 dozen chattel flies of 100 pages
49 assessors books, lodger paper,
cloth bound, per book.
8000 assossors schedules in dupli
cate. CLASS "B"
Wholo sheet blanks, por 100.
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Sanfords Writing Fluid, per quart.
Spencorlan or Gluclum pens, por
Poncils, per gross.
Roccr i -Ribbons, per dozen.
All o' said supplies to bo first
class ai d to be furnlshel as requir
ed by tho County Officers.
Successful bidders to furnish
bond to bo approved by tho County
Board, each bidder to havo printed
on tho envolopo "Bids for Printing."
Tho Commissioners of Bald County
rosorvo tho right to reject any or all
Dated at North Platto, Nebraska,
this 14th day of December, 1922.
A. S. ALLEN, County Clerk.
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