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THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 18, 1915.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
xnncE op nconmrnATiox
FIHST M'( I K1TV IIK
of Otlnr 1TrU..
Article 1. The mine !- which this
c; p.i: at nn pi'uil te known 1, First te
vuritv Hank, of Oder Crfk, t.
Article 2. The prlncl ttl place of
I'U i n of tins cii )ioi a t iii shall he at
iv.lar Cri-ik, county of Cass, State of
Article :i. The oh.iect for which tliis
""rpnratiiMi is fortnul is to ciiirv on a
ri'iiimcniiil l-.tnkiriK liirf-si i:nler the
iitws-of tiie State of Nehranka.
Art. r!e . The iiiil!iorlit capital
st. -k of tiiis corporal ion shall he Ten
Thousand I"!l;us. of which at least
Ten Tijo'jsan.i l.lla:s shall hae hecn
l;ti-i in iit the time of the commence
ment of husiness, which shall be
Issued in shares of the par value
of Due li aiidred 1 lollars each.
N' tran.-ier of tic stock of this cor
poration sh;tll he operative until enter
ed o:t the hooks of the corporation.
An i. The indebtedness of this
i-oi-pui :itiou siiai! at no time exceed, the
aiii'iiin: of ii- ;iahJ in cupital and sur
plus c'-''i tor deposits.
Art ice i. This corporation shall be
piti htisiness on the JUth liay of Sep
tember 1 v i r.. or as soon thereafter as
autnoiized by the State llankins
ISn.inl of the State of Nebraska, and
snail terminate on the :'.tli day of Sep
Arh. :. 7. Tlie affairs of this cor
T" ; at i-hi shall he und-r the control
a :td tnai::tt;ement of a hoard of direc
tor ii, consisting of not less than three
no-- more than five shareholders, whose
term of office shall be for a period of
one year, or until his successors are
elected and iualitied. not less than a
majority of whom shall be residents
of the coui:tv ill which the bank is
o aleil or counties immedia tel v adja
cent thereto. It shall be the duty of
the tiosir.l of directors to elect from
their number a president end secre
tary, and spect a vice-president and
ia!.icr, and they mac also select an
assistant cashier and such other clerks
and assistants as the business of the
co-p.:atton mav require The terms of
oitice of the oftleert of this corporation
yi:a! be one year, or until their suc-
,esors are elected and ouaiitied Tlie
board of directors mar adopt such by
laws for the regulation and manage
ment of the affairs and btiBiness of the
corporation as it may deem proper.
Article v The retrular annual nieet
Mi;r o: the sto, k-holders of this corpor
ation shall be held on the second Tue-
iac of Januarv eah year, at which
tneetintr the board of directors above
proriiled shall be selected. A majority
of tii shales of stock of the corpor
tif'on at nnv regular or special meet-
:i.2T shall constitute a quotum for the
transaction of business.
.Article y Karri stockliolder shall at
anv regular or special meetinr be en
titled to one vote, either in person or
by proxy, for each share of the stock
Article Tl.es.- Articles of Incor
poration may be amended at any reg
ular of special meetinsr called tor that
purpose by a two-thirds vote of all tlie
.VII. Mm SCMXKIhKI!, ITs.
-Mi: Win. H. hollM-S. Vice-lVes.
A1U. J. K. Fll:r: MAN. Cashier.
Itonral nf 1M rectors.
31 K. Wm SCHXKU'Kl:.
Ml:. Wm. H. I.OHXKS
MU. J. F. FOKKMAN
J. F. FOKEJIAX, Cashier.
' 11-1 4w
.MtTlfi: K IIKARIMi IS J'lNAL
in (be 4 Hn1 otirt nf C'linn Couuty,
In the Matter of the instate of Archibald
I la err, Iieceatel.
To All Persons Interested in Said
Notice is herehv civeti that on the
Loth day of November. i:u.1. at 10
o'clock a. in., at t::e County Court room
in Pla 1 1 siTiou t h. Cass County, Nebraska
the foHowins matter will be heard and
considered: The application of Calvin
J. leis. the Executor of said Kstate, for
lup iii'wam"e jf Ji 13 dtiiim1tration -
count, the final settlement of said estate
and the distribution of the residue
thereof to the persons entitled thereto
according in tlie terms of the last wilt
ami testament of said deceased.
AM objections to said petition or re
port, if anv. must be tiita on or before
said Hours of hearing.
Hv the Coin t.
aixkx .i i;i:ks(in.
County .lu. lye.
jtniN m. i.i:yi.
Attuiiu-y lor K.ecuUr.
Miriti: to nti:iiTi.
la Ihr County Court of the County of
In K- Instate of James VV. Harwick
I e .-eased.
Notice is hereby uiven fiat hearincs
i'Ii.'i. all claims ainmst paid estate will
be had at the office of the Countv
Judue. Court lldiifi', I'iattsniouth, Cass
County, Nehraska. on the Hth day of
Iee, tuber. A I . 1 f' 1 : . and n the Kith
.h-y of June. A IV 101:. at 10 o'clock a
it; on each of said days. All claims not
hied before said hour on taid last day
of i.t urine will be forever barred.
Mated this ..tn day eif November, lylo
IU- til" Court.
ALLEX .T. I5KES. N.
Countv J mitre.
. A l;i;i;i:TSO.. Attorney.
mitici-: or ihtti:i
Noti.-c is lu reby vi-n that by virtue
of a cnaitel iii.irteacv dated on tiie Ttli
lnv of June, la 12, and duly tiled In the
otti.e nf t'ie County Clerk of Cass
"nnutv. Nebra.-ka ou the mh day of
.'uiy. 1 !!:;. and a ctaltel tnortjraue dated
on the 2 day of January, 1D14. and
l:v iiieil ii. t'ie oitice of the County
Clerk of Cass County. Nebraska, on the
Mi. ;av of January. PMI. ami e.Necuted
b Jor.n H. IIiiiik to The Minneapolis
TIti'm.Ipc Ma- lime Company (an in
in t-o! ateil company of West Min
neapolis. Hopkins. P. .. Minnesota, to
secure the payment of lue sums of Fif
teen i lundei .i T'.venty-Six liollars and
interest, and S-venten Hundred (mo
pollars and ii.ti rest, i espeeti vei , and
IH'. li which thi'te is now ilue the sum
of Nine Hundred Twenty-Six and
!oi.u,i poliars: default havinc- been
made in tiie pavment of tiie said h'uiiis
atid no suit or otuer proceeoinas at law
I avm beeji instituted to recover said
dei.t. o- pin part thereof, therefore the
u?"1. i -iut.i-.l will sell the property here
in iics.-t ibed. viz: ' itie Minneapolis
separator with :-iiich cyclind-r. 4-in.-h
tea:. No. l';"7T. Pnf Minneapolis
Ihind ('utter atid Self Feeder No. fir.:..
ne c.earless Wind Stacker S'o. rtHS".
huo Mam luive Kelt 120 feet Ions. S
indies Win.-, t-ply canvas. Hie eiirh
r No. :::,. i no- JJ-barrtd Wood Water
Tank. line port Huron 1S-H. P. Com
pound Steam Traction nn;rine No. SM.'it.
ne l,ooomotlve Cab. One Pump and
Hose outfit, and one llarth Liftins Ja k,
iit public auction on the Northwest
ouarier of Section Two (J). Township
Ten (!!, !:ati!.'c Nitie (si, Kast of the
sjixth P. M., adjacent to the town of
A I in, Cs County. Nebraska, at 10
o'clock in the forenoon of the 4th day
Of leeUtber. A. I ! 1 "
Till' MIXNKAPPi I.IS THKKSIilNCr
MA Ci 1 1 N" K COM I 'AX V.
liv J C. Cooper. State Aaent.
Dated November 11th. liili.
LOCATING TIIE TROUBLE.
When one is suffering- from back
ache, rheumatism, lumbago, bilious
ness, sharp pains, sore muscles, and
stiff joints it is not alway easy to lo
cate the source of trouble, but nina
times out of ten it can be traced to
overworked, weakened or diseased kid
neys. Foley Kidney Pills have bene
fited thousands of sufferers. Sold
AT SOUTH OMAHA
Range Beef Steady and Cam
ANOTHER DECLINE IN HOGS
Fat Lamb Trade About Steady TcyN
at 58.30 Feeders Outsell Killers
Light Lambs Reach 8.45 Old Mut
Union Stock Yarda, South Omaha.
Nov 18. Cattle receipts were fair
yesterday, about 6.200 head arriving,
making approximately 24,328 head for
the three days. Conditions surround
ing the corn fed cattle trade v.ore
pretty much the same as Tuesday.
It was a rather dufl. weak trade for
all except the good to choice grades.
Irime yearlings brought $10.00. Any
Otitis at all desirable in th way of
western grass beeres found a ready
Bale at fully steady figures, but it was
the usual slow and uneven market on
the medium and common grades.
Trime grass beeves are quoted up to
t7.75rS.15. Cows and heifers were
in very fair request at steady to a
shade stronger prices and there was
more life to the trade in stockers and
Cattte Quotations: Prime beeves
f9.aHQlO.00; good to choice beeves
$S 759.25; fair to good beeves. $7.75
6 8.50; common to fair beeves, $G.50
i7 f0; good to choice yearlings. $5.75
CI 9.50; fair to good yearltnps. $7.75
R.5h; common to fair vearlings. SS.5G
7.75; good to choice gruss heifers.
$5 75g0.75: good to choice grass
tows. $5.5t? K.25; fair to good cows.
$ i.S5.40; canners and cutters. $3.75
6 4.75; veal calves. $C.509.50; bul!s
stags, etc.. $4.000 5.75; good to choice
feeders. $7 40 8.00; fair to good feed
ers, $6.50 S 75; common to lair feed
ers. $5.506.5O; good to choice stock
ers. $7.508 00; fair to good stockers.
$'.50725; common to fair stockers
$5.50 6.50; stock heifers. $5.75fb 75;
stock cows. $4,506-5.75; stock calves.
$6.008.0O; prime grass beeves. $7.75
68.25; good to choice grass steers
$7.255 7.75; fair to good grass steers.
$K 5067.20; common to fair st&ers
Some 2.700 hogs showed up yester
day. Prices again dropped 10jil5c
yesterday, and they are now selling
the lowest since February. 1912. Chi
cago. with 50,000 head, also reported
a big drop in prices. Bulk of the hogs
moved at $.106.15 and tops reached
Sheep and lamb receipts totaled
000 head. The fat lamb trade. wh"e
a little slow, was just about steady
with Tuesday. There were no rca!
toppy lambs here. Best brousbt $$.3
Feeders showed a fair amount of ac
tivity and were -uotaMy steady
Light Wyoming feeding lumbs reac-he
$K.45. with good ewes of Tcedr claSF
bringing $5.25. Fat sheep were in
rather scant supply and brought Tues
Quotations on slioep ar.d lambs:
Lambs, good to choice. $8.256 8.30;
lambs. fair to ?ood. $S0&S.25;
lambs, feeders. $.75? 3.50 ; yearlings,
fair to choice. $S.X ??6 50; yearlings,
feeders. $6.C0ei'i.75; wethers, fair tc
choice. $5.006 5.75: ewes, good tc
$i.5'6 5.00; ewes, feeders. $4.06 5.25
:J4 full-blood Barred Rock pullets
and four roosters. The vey best.
W. II. Kikendall.
18 horse-power Buffalo Pitts double
cylinder engine. Good as new. Will
sell it at a bargain; half cash, balance
terms to suit. Inquire at this office.
House for Sale.
I have a giod three room house in
Plattsmouth, south oT Burlintrton
shops, that I will sell cheap. Term
made right. Fee or write Frank Val
lery, Murray, Neb. Tel. 4(5, Murray.
Tli-H. P. Chopie Gasoline Engine
for cash. Inquire of Ed Egenberger.
Stock Taken Up.
The undersigned. Henry Oeherking,
residing one-half mile north of W'a
bash and four miles west of Manley,
Nebraska, has taken up stray cattle
that came to his place and are now
in his pasture, consisting of the fol
lowing: Three heifers, coming year
lings, two of them are red and white
with horns, one red, without horns;
weight about 400 pounds each. One
red steer with white markings, coming
two years old, has horns and weighs
800 pounds. All cattle are of the
Shorthorn breed and show good breed
ing. These cattle have been on my
premises since about October 28, 1915,
which the owner may have by calling
at my place and paying for care, ad-
Jvertising and expense attached there
to, after proving property.
f Henry Oehlerking,
LIVE STOCK PRSO
OUT TO SEA
With Twenty-live Torpedo Boats and
a Cruiser British Hospital Ship
.Hunk bv Mines in Channel.
VERY FORMIDABLE FLOTILLA
London. Nov. IS. A dispatch to the
Exchange Telegraph company from
Copenhagen, dated Wednesday, gives
a report that a flotilla of twenty-five
German torpedo boats and a big
cruiser passed Helsingborg, on th-.'
southwest coast of Sweden, at (I
o'clock in the morning proceeding at
high speed northward. Helsingborg
is at the northern entrance to the
pound, which separates Sweden and
Denmark. Vessels passing Helsing
borg and proceeding north would enter
the Cattegat which leads by way of
the Skagerrak into the North sea.
Two British Steamers Sunk.
London, Nov. 17. The steamer
Lusitania of London, has been sunk.
Her crew was landed. The Lusitania,
which was a vessel of 1,1? 4 tons. va
built in 1903 and owned by the J. Hall,
jr., company of London. She was in
the London-Lisbon trade. Lust avail
able reports of the vessel record her
sailing from Lisbon October 27 for
The British steamer Treneglos, has
been sunk. The Treneglos was a ves
sel of tons and was owned by
the Haiti Steamship company of St.
Ivs, England. She was built in 190G.
Hospital Ship Put Down.
London, Nov. 17. The British hos
pital ship Anglia, was sunk by a mine
in the English channel today. Three
hundred men were saved out of a total
A. Bonar Law, secretary for th-j
colonies, was asked in the house of
commons today whether the govern
ment had received information con
cerning the report of the sinking oi"
"I am sorry that I have no informa
tion which I can communicate to the
house," he replied. "If I receive any
later in the day I shall communicate
The following official eommunica
tion concerning the disaster was mad?
"The war office reports th?.t thv
hospital ship Anglia, struck a min'
and sunk today. The toal numbei
on board was thirteen officers an 1
372 men of ranks, of whom about 300
were saved by a patrtd vessel. An
other ship proceeding to the rescue
was also sunk by another mine."
Another official communication
"King George was shocked to hear
that the Anglia, which so recently con
veyed him across the channel, ha 1
been sunk. His majesty is grieved at
the loss incurred, but trusts that thv
survivors have' not unduly suffered
from their terrible exposure."
The Anglia was a merchantman
which wan taken over by the British
admiralty after the war began an 1
refitted as a hospital ship. She was
Commissioned in August of last year.
There are four British steamships
named Anglia. The one converted
into a hospital ship probably is the
former London & Northwestern Rail
way company steamer of 1,8C2, tons
gross. She is 320 feet long and wa.i
built in 1'JOO at Dumharton.
At the time she was commissioned.
the Anglia was in charge of Com
mander Oscar V. De Stage, retired.
Nearly a Hundred Lites Lost.
Dover. Nov. 17. ll:l.r p. m. The
hospital ship Anglia. with about WJ
wounded men aboard, in addition io
the crew, nurses and attendants,
bound from France for Dover, struck
a mine in mid-channel today and sunk
in a very short time. Nearly 100 men,
most of them seriously wounded and
therefore, in their cots, lost their live?.
The collier Lusitania, which was
nearby at the time of the accident, im
mediately went to the assistance of
the Anglia and her boats had just
been lowered when she also struck a
mine and foundered. All of her crew
A patrol vessel suct-eetled in rescu
ing three hundred of the Anglia's pas
sengers and crew, including some
nurses. A number of bodies were re
covered. Chamberlain's Tablets.
This is a medicine intended espctia?
iy for stomach troubles, biliousness
and constipation. It is meeting with
much success and rapidly gaining in
favor and popularity. Obtainable
From Weduesday's Dftilv. -u
Mrs. Rachel Ford came down this
morning from La Platte to.' look afte
some trading with the merchants.
Frank Blotzer, jr., came in this
morning to visit for a few hours and
look after some trading with the mer
Adam Hild was in the city today for
a few hours looking after some mat
ters of business and calling on his
W. G. Meisinger and family were li
the city yesterday for a few hour
looking after some trading with the
Mrs. Luke Wiles came in this morn
ing from her home and departed on the
early Burlington train for Omaha to
spend the day.
Dr. H. Thomsen was among those
going to Omaha this afternoon to visi;
for a few hours, looking after som
matters of business.
Jacob Bengen motored in this morn
ing from his home near Mynard to
spend a few hours looking after some
trading with the merchants.
George M. Hild was a busines:;
visitor in Omaha today for a short
time, going to that city on the early
morning Burlington train.
Frank D. Sheldon, the Nehawka
merchant, motored up yesterday af
ternoon with a party of friends for a
few hours' stay in this city.
J. D. Shrader of Murray was in th-.'
city yesterday for a few hours looking
after some matters of business with
the merchants and calling on friends.
Don Rhoden motored up from Mur
ray yesterday and spent a few hours
here looking after some matters of
business, as well as calling on hi
Mrs. Jack Patterson of Union
motored up from her home this morn
ing and departed on the early Burling
ton train for the metropolis to spend
Bennett Chiiswisser and wife de
parted this morning for Missouri Val
ley, Iowa, where they will spend a few
hours looking after some matters of
Gilbert Peterson of Fremont, wh
has been here for a few days visiting
with Major Arries, departed this af
ternoon for his home and was accom
panied as far as Omaha by Mr. Ar
ries. Albert Janda and wife of Lawrence,
Nebraska, who have been here visiting
at the home of Mrs. Janda's parent?
Mr. and Mrs. John Jirousek, in the
fcouth part of the city, returned hom
John Fwartz, the veteran Nehawka
painter, was in the city for a few
hours today looking after some mat
ters at the court house in which he is
interested, as he is one of the schoo.
directors of the district.
Tom and Frank Beeson came down
this morning from Omaha and in com
pany with their uncle. Judge A. J.
Beeson, drove to Sidney, Iowa, to at
tend the funeral of the grandfather of
the two young men, Rev. George C.
Hicks, which was held there this af
ternoon. From Tuesday Daily.
Charles Creamer of near Murray
was in the city today looking after
pome trading with the merchants.
Charles Gerlich of near Manley was
in the city today for a short time at
tending to some matters of business.
Peter Meisinger, from the vicinity
of Cedar Creek was here today look
ing after some trading with the merchants.
The Parmele Theatre
E. A. HARRINGTON
A Musical Bubble With a Bevy of Beautiful Girls, Giggles and Gowns!
i ' i ',. i'.J '
A Riot of Lingerie and Laughter! 20 Kusscal Gems and Song fills 20
All Special Scenery! New and Real Comedy! Dazzling Display cf Costumes!
. Prices Gallery 25, AH the Balcony 35; Lower Floor 50 -no higher. Ssat Sale at VVeyrich & Hadraba'i Monday
Carter Albin of near Union was in
ihe city toJay for a few hours look
ing after some trading with the mer
chants. D. A. Young of near Murray was
here today for a few hours looking af
ter some matters of business and call
ing on frirnds.
Mrs. John A. Libershal and Mrs.
Joe Holly were among those going to
Omaha this morning on the early Bur
lington train, where they will visit for
Dr. G. II. Gilmore of Murrey was
here for a few hours today, en route
home from Omaha, where he visited
at the Presbyterian hospital with
James W. Holmes.
J. B. Seyboldt of Murray was in the
city today for a few hours en route
to Council Bluffs, where he will visit
for a few hours, looking after some
matters of business.
County Surveyor Fred Patterson
was among those going to the me
tropolis this morning, where he ex
pects to visit for the day, looking af
ter some matters of business.
Mrs. Agnes T. Boyer, who has bee.i
here for the past week in the interests
of the Ladies of the Maccabees, de
parted this morning for Blue Spring.?,
Neb., to look after some matters of
John A. Whiteman of Nehawka was
in the city today visiting with hi
friends and looking after some mat
ters of business. Mr. Whiteman has
recently been in Lincoln taking treat
ment at the sanitarium.
View the fine line of fancy station
ery at the Journal. We can fill the
Charles L. Creamer was in the city
yesterday afternoon for a few hours
looking after some trading with the
Dave Amick drove in this afternoon
from his farm hone to look after
some trading with the merchants for
a few hours.
W. A. Ingalls was among those go
ing to Omaha this morning, where he
will visit for a few hours, looking af
ter some matters of business.
Constipation cau?es headache, in
digestion, dizziness, drousiness. For a
mild, opening medicine, use Doan's
Regulets. 23c a box at all stores.
To feel strong, have good appetite
and digestion, sleep soundly and enjoy
ife. use Burdock Blood Bitters, the
family system tonic. Price $1.00.
John McKay of Weeping Water
came over last evening from his hom2
to spend a few hours locking r.ftr
ronie matters of importance at th
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Buck of near
Union came up this morning from
their heme and departed or. No. 13
."or Omaha, where they will spend a
lew days enjoying their honeymoon.
Mrs. Karl Halter and little son de
parted this morning for Lincoln,
where they will make their home in
the future, as Mr. Halter is engaged
n railroad work in that city. Mrs.
H. S. Barthold accompanied her
daughter as far as Omaha.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
THE MERRIEST, MOST
ft yrN. FTSv , r U T.
ii r f w rzn y i
'II J I t i fill IS l-C l V"7 YiJ A
w u yLy W U LT
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Table Linen Sale!
Just In Time for Your Thanksgiving Tabic
We are showing a nice line of patterns in all
Linen Cloths with Napkins to match.
We are showing several patterns in mercerized
cloth 72-inches wide at 43c per yard.
Once you wear Foot Rest Hose you will
wear no other kind.
Boyt? and girls? stockings, per pair 10c. - for l'5c l.'c
Ladies' lOc op t 15c.
Kiy Hem Skirt Gauge, regular 5(c, at 25c.
Gold Medal Transfer Outfit, limited quantit y, J5c.
Children's School Handkerchiefs, o for 5c.
Dress Sua) Fasteners, per dozen. 5c.
California iio.-'e Beads, 10 to 5Uc.
Buy Her a Piano for Xmas
Popular Variety Store
Distress in the Stomach.
There arc many pc.'i'le who have a
distress in the stomach after meal?.
It is due to indigestion and easily
remedied by taking one of Chamber
Iain's Tablets after meals. Mrs.
Henry Padghan, Victor, X. Y., writes:
"For some time I was troubled with
headache and distress in my stomach
after eating, also with constipation.
About six months ago I began taking
Chamberlain's Tablets. ThBy regulat
ed the action of my bowels and the
.:a:!ach2 r.r.d other annoyances ceased
ii a short time." Obtainable every
where. G. W. Ilorr.un, accompanied by his
-nephew, L. E. Denton, of Chadron,
-as among those visiting in the me
tropolis for the ciay, going to that city J
f.n the early Burlington train thi
Everyone reads the want ads.
Charles S. Stone was a passenger
this morring for Omaha, where he was
called to look after some matters of
business for a few hours.
Mrs. Joseph. Jolirek returned home
laft evening on No. '1 from David City,
where she had been for the pa-;t few
('ays visiting her daughter, Mrs. Cyril
Wall Paper, Paints, Glass, Pictur
-ntuinEr Frank Gobelman.
ONE NISHT ONLY
E!3!S l" ,Qv
Robert L. Prop.-t was a visitor in
Omaha today, where he was called
for a few hours to look after somo
matters of importance.
Mrs. F. E. Schlater was a visitor in
Omaha today for a few hours, going
to that city on the early Burlington
train this morning.
F. J. Honnings d'ove in this morn
ing from his home near Cedar Creel;
and sjent a few hours here looking
after some matters of business.
Mrs. Maria Gapen and Mr. Ucar
Gcpcn were among those going to
Omaha this morning, where they will
visit for the day with friends.
In the District Court of Cass County,
Erma Iteynolds, Plaintiff,
Joseph Reynolds, Defendant.
To Joseph Reynolds, Defendant:
You are hereby notified that on the
17th day of July, HHo, Erma Rey
nolds filed her petition in the District
Court of Cass County, Nebraska, the
object and purpose of which is to
obtain a divorce from you on the
grounds of desertion and failure t
You are required to answer aid
petition on or before Monday, the 29th
day of November, 1D1 5.
Dated this 20th day of October,
ID15. ERMA REYNOLDS,
rimer pcriT cnu
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