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YARDS W RAISE
Gustafson and Shorthill Reg
ister Objections to Increase
- v in Feeding Bill
AT OMAHA STOCK YAEDS
. (From a Stiff Correspondent )
Lincoln, Dec. 1. (Special Tcle-
1 grm.) For the first time since the
flood farmers are objecting to a raise
in the price of corn. However in this
instance they are the buyers and not
the sellers. The case is one in which
the Omaha stock yards applied for a
permit to raise the price of com fur
nished shippers at the yards from $1
to $1.50, claiming that there was no
profit, but a loss, in the present price,
as set by the commission.
General Manager Buckingham of
the stock yards company showed at
the hearing before the commission to
day that other stock yards in ditter
nt parts of the country were getting
a higher price and quoted Chicago
Denver and Wichita as receiving $1.50
and Sioux City, St. Joseph and .Kansas
City $1.25 per bushel.
C. H. Gustafson. president of the
Farmers' union, and Secretary Short
hill of the Nebraska Co-Operative
Live Stock and Grain association pro
tested against the rise in price.
In Logan County
Stapletoil, Neb., Dec 1. (Special.)
The necessary papers were mcu
Wednesday in the county court by
Henry E. Dress, attorney for Edwin
Salisbury, for a contest of the recent
election. Mr. Salisbury alleges that
there wa mistake in the count of
the votes. The case will be heard m
January, at which time a number of
questions that have arose since the
election will be decided. Mr. Salis
bury's name was blotted off the bal
lot by stickers only the day before
election, which made it necessary for
his name to be written ift by his
: Prairie Fire Burns
House Near Bartlett
Bartlett Neb., Dec. l.-,(Special.)
' A prairie fire swept over a portion
of Bartlett precinct Wednesday and
burned the farm dwelling of John
Harsin, about five miles southeast of
.i Bartlett. The house and contents arfc
' a total loss. No insurance. Earlier
" in the day boys were smoking out
skunks near Wheeler, on the Beaver,
'- when the fire got away and burned
up a large quantity of hay.
Miss Leota Miner1;
Will Beobme Nurse
A (From a.SUIf Corrnndnl )
.: Lincoln, Dec. lMSpecial) Miss
Leota Miller, who has been connected
with the state health department for
thre years, left today to enter Belle
hospital in New York for train
ing as ivurse.;-
' ; Deputy Treasurer Berge
Brings Down Huge Wolf
tttntHk a Staff CorrMMD4Bt) .'
' Lincoln, Dec. . 1. (Special.) Dep
uty state treasurer nenry ocrgc ms
qualified in the hunter class with
r- . r.vl, nnit Rrmne and
other great men of the country. Yes
terday he loaded' up his trusty dog
and gun and sallied out after wild
beasts in the forests along Salt creek.
As- a result he was unusually suc
.cessfuf and is now the envied of all
tM,, finish! fnr. nfttr
U'c wuv " ,' --
much walking and some cussing, he
disturbed a big wolf, and, after draw-
' 1 Um-A ', 'tUm tiitrrvin'o anirrlal.
i he brought him down with a well-
directed shot. Mr. Berge was never
known to miss anything he shot at,
politically or otherwise, and this is
another evidence of his . clear-sighted
vision, jxr'. iv ,-.
, ; i : Legislative Procedure
' ' (from Staff Correspondent. '
'Lincoln.' bee. 1. (Special.)-The
cdmmittee selected from the members
of the last legislature and the State
Bar association to recommend a new
procedure for the enactment- of laws
met in the office of Governor More-
head this afternoon and went over the
work done and listened to a report by
Director A. - fc... Sheldon ot the legis
lative reference bureau on procedure
in other states. ' ; k
The committee will take the matter
under, advisement and report to the
Supt. Thomas Attends
t - - Frontier Association
From a Staff Correspondent.)
Lincoln, Dec. 1. (Special.) State
Superintendent A. O. Thomas and
Assistant Superintendent A. V. Teed
were in Stockville, Frontier county,
today, attending a two-day session of
the Teachers' association of that
county. The people in that part of
: the state are much interested in the
rural schools, as inaugurated by the
state superintendent and others with
him, and it is for the purpose of look
ing over the situation that the two
officials are there.
Reed Finally Starts .
, On Washington Trip
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
Lincoln. Dec. 1. (Special.) On
account of pressing official business
Attorney General Willis E. Reed did
, not get away to Washington yester
day, out was compelled to remain tin
til this evening.
The case involving the water rights
of individuals along the Platte river
sin Nebraska, which is being denied by
Colorado, will come no in Washington
before the supreme court about De
cember 7 and Mr. Reed will represent
. this state in the matter. .
. Y Tb greatest Paia ElUer.
Sloan's Liniment goes right to the seat
of pain; simply lay H ott you So hot have
OLDEST ODD FELLOW IN
U. S. IS DEAD.
York. Neb.. Dec. 1. (Special Tele
gram.) Dr. H. F. Swanback, who
had made his home at the Odd Fel
lows' home in York for several years
died this morning after a short 111
ne Dr. Swanback was past 101
years of age and up to his death had
the distinction of being the oldest
Drfrl Fellnw in the United States. The
body will be taken to Greenwood,
Neb., tor punai. .
Notes from Beatrice
- And Gage County
Beatrice. Neb.. Dec. l.-r-fSpecial.)
Tnhn Mahloch. . a farmer living
northwest ot the city, came near oeing
killed Wednesday evening when his
touring car turned turtle just after
it had left a culvert four miles north
west of Beatrice and rolled over, into
the ditch. Mr. Mahloch's back was
badly : sprained and his shoulder. in
Isaiah imea, living at aiiis, was
uliirhtlv injured when his ear left the
road, dashed into a barbed wire fence
and rolled over on its side. Mr.
Imes escaped by being thrown clear
nf the- car. ' l
Dr. G. L. Roe, county health of
ficer, vesterdav condemned the well
on the farm of Mrs. R. R. Jones, near
Blue Springs, by order of the state
Board of Health. It was found that
the well contained sewerage, and as
an outbreak of typhoid., fever was
feared the state board ordered tne
well condemned. ,, v'
Don Brown of this city has been
released from the Philadelphia Ath
letics and signed with the Baltimore
International ball club, to play an
outfield position or first base. He will
rcDort for duty the last of March.
J. W. Mayer of this city is a can
didate for member ot the state Doara
of control. The retiring member is
Judge Howard Kennedy of Omaha,
and he is .a candidate tor reappoint
ment. Conductor G. H. Bradford of Wy
more was badly injured near Nod
away, M6 by falling from a bridge,
a distance of twenty feet, while en
gaged' in. repairing hot box He
was removed to a hospital in St. Jo
seph tor treatment,. , jw ,
Judge Begley Moves to PUttimouth.
Plattsmouth, Neb., Dec. 1. (Spe
cial.) Judge Begley, who was re--elected
to the bench of the district
court of the Second district, and who
has been making his home at Pa
pilion, has moved to Plattsmouth, and
is now arranging his library in the
rooms at the courthouse, which was
formerly occupied by Judge Travis,
Judge Begley has also built a tine
residence in Plattsmouth, which is
now nearing completion, and will
make this his home.
Would Burn So Could Not Sleep.
Hair Came Out In Handfuls.
Became Thin and Dry.
HEALED BY CUTICURA
SOAP AND OINTMENT
"A scale or crust would form all over
my head and it felt as if my head had
been bumed and then scaled over. It
would itch and bum and I
could not sleep and when
I was in company 1 would
be ashamed. My hair came
out in handfuls and it be
came thin and dry and there
was no life in it.
"I heard of CuricuraSoap
and Ointment and I sent for
a free sample. The scale began to come
off and my head felt better so I bought
more and after 1 used one cake of Cuti
cura Soap and one tin of Ointment I
was healed," (Signed) Mrs. Mary A.
Love, Winthrop, Iowa, -Jan. 2, 1916. , , .
Sample Each Free by Mall
With 32-0. Skin Book on reauest. Ad
dress post-card: "Catkura, Dept. T,
Boatoa." Suld throughout the world.
1 T jS
Suit to Set Aside
' School Bond Issue
Platrcmmith Vh TW 1 (5n-
.) Suit was filed in the district
court Wednesday to set aside the
vote of an additional tax levy of
$15,000 for the completion of a new
high school building in flattsmouth.
The proposition carried by five ma-
jority. Now comes a number of citi
zens, namely, 1 nomas Wiles, jr., U
L. Marten, John McN'urlin, Warren
A. Tulene, Albert Tulene and John
Cory, who seek to have that portion
of the election declared illegal. The
plaintiffs allege in their petition that
the carrying of the election was pro
cured by illegal votes, furnishing a
list of those who voted who, were
not entitled to vote. They also al
lege that one of the members of the
school board hauled voters to the
polls and solicited votes for the carry
ing of the bonds and that the bal
lots were not in the hands of the city
clerk in the time specified by law.
In the petition the Board of educa
tion, composed of C. A. Marshall,
E. H. Wescott, T. n. Pollock, Phil
lip Theirold, F. E. Schlater and John
A. Schuhloff, are made defendants
in the suit.
Box Butte Potato
Crop Worth $700,000
Alliance, Neb., Dec. 1. (Special.)
The report recently issued by the
state board of Agriculture, listed as
Bulletin No. iW, confirms the asser
tion that Box Butte county leads in
potato production. This county had
5,577 acres in potatoes, which yielded
689,875 bushels. Figuring these at
$1 per bushel (the price has ranged
from SO cents to 11.50 per bushel)
and we find that the value of the po
tato crop for 1916 in Box Butte coun
ty is practically $700,000,
Mitchell Will Have
Sheep Day December 20
Mitchell, Neb., Dec. 1. (Special.)
The North Platte valley is feeling
proud that for the last two years, the
first fat lambs to bring record prices
on the Omaha and Chicago markets
have come from this vicinity. Sheep
feeding has increased until it is one of
the main industriees here, and the
Mitchell Community club has arrang
ed tor December A) as sheep day.
Some of the principal feeders are in
charge and the eastern buyers are to
be represented. At the weekly dinner
that day roast lamb will be served the
guests by the feeders. It is believed
here the dav is not far distant when
the name, "Western Nebraska
Lambs," will supplant Colorado lambs
in all market reports.
Mitchell will have a community
Christmas, a forty-foot tree having
been already secured, to be placed
on the main street and 'decorated with
electric lights. One thousand pack
ages of candies will also be given the
children by a real santa Claus, and
entertainment furnished by the
Mitchell Community band, the Saxa
phone quartet, with chorus singing by
tne scnooi cniioren.
Pioneer Citizen Gives
; Library to Orleans
Orleans, Neb.. Dec. 1. (Special.)
Orleans is to have a public library
coating from $15,000 to $20,000. It
is a gift from J. McC Preston, a
former pioneer business man ot the
citv. who is havins the building erect
ed at a memorial to his wife, who is
buried in the Orleans cemetery. The
only requirement made of the city is
a site. At a meeting of the business
men arrangements were made for the
purchase of two lots, to which the
city opera house will be moved, and
the library built on the former opera
house site in the Lity park or square,
Gretna Stockman is
- Quarantined in Illinois
Gretna. 'Neb.Dec. 1. (Special.)
ka .1ft for CUtmoft last1 wfli' with
five carloads of cattle.' He was quar-
. . I i t L. Til
of the precautions being taken to pre
vent the bringing of cattle disease into
the eastern markets. He had a con
tract with the Burlington to deliver
the cattle into imcago last Monday
BwyboAr rda Bm Want Ads.
DECEMBER 4TH TO 16TH
Choice Home Made Gifts
FOR EVERY PURPOSE
COME EARLY AND OFTEN
Persistence is the cardinal vir
tue in advertising; no matter
how good advertising maybe
in other respects, it must be
run frequently and constant
ly to be really successful.
OMAHA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1916.
From Our Near Neighbors
William Morley hu returned from a trip
MIm Pearl Knab of Nebraska City wat
vliltln here this week.
JimiM Bvarett and mothnr spent Sunday
with relative at Elmwood.
Mr. and Mrs. Ora E. Copes spent Thurs
day visiting relatives at Lincoln.
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Marquardt autoed to
Havelwk Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. William Howard and daughter, May,
were at Weeping Water Tuesday.
Mines Clara Meyers and Irene Jones were,
Weeping water visitors meiaay.
, W. H. Betts, Jr., of Albion, wae visiting
relatives here several days this week.
Mrs. Carl Maseman left the first of the
week for a visit with relatives at Stuart,
Hiss Clara Marquardt of Havelock Is
pending her Thanksgiving with her par
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Maseman and Mr.
and Mn. George Maseman were Omaha
v Mi tors Tuesday!
Miss Bertha 8moots, who is teaching
school near Julian, Is spending the week
with her parents here.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Betts of Valparaiso
were here Sunday for a visit with his
mother, Mrs. Benjamin Betts,
Misses Tracy and Clara Heng of near St.
Taul were visiting relatives here this week.
J. C. Zlmmerer and wife spent Tuesday
with relatives near Nebraska City.,
Mrs. John Weeth and family spent
Thanksgiving with relatives In Wahoo.
The Bpworth league gave a social at the
Dr. Finckney home Tuesday evening.
James Morrison, Ernest Dyer and Tom
Connors will leavs Saturday for a trip to
Chicago, Toledo and other eastern points.
Th-a Lutheran ladles' Aid society and
Luther league will hold a bazar In Treckel s
hall the afternoon ana evening 01 uecem
Henry Hess had the misfortune to break
through the bridge, north of Hover's when
he wan crossing It with his threshing ma
chine Monday. . No on was nun,
A student gospel team from the Nebraska
Wesleya university will hold revival meet
ing In the Methodist Episcopal church Fri
day, Saturday, and Sunday December 1, 2
and I. . . .
The imm toff Ice has been moved from Pete
Schmltt s store to the new building which
has been erected by Pete Mangold. The
rear of the building Is being used by the
Mlas Florence Sandy. Who la attending
the university at Lincoln, came home Tues
day.' to spend the Thanksgiving vacation.
Hhe was accompanied by Miss Doris and
Miss Bertha Bates of Lodgepwe.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Davidson are spend
ing the week In Chicago.
Robert Overton of Knox county It visiting
his sister, Mrs. S. C. Haney.
John riarder and family of Plattsmouth
visited W. H. Peters Thursday. ,
Miss Gertie Smith, who Is teaching' at
Nellgh, Is home for Thanksgiving. ..
.TcrriM Cork aril! was taken to an Omaha
hospital for an operation for appendicitis.
Mr nd Un. E. S. Wvkoff of Omaha
spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. ;
Miss Mabel fertsley of the Fairmont I
schools spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. L. A.
The' schools below the ninth grada gave
an entertainment at the opera house
Mr. and Mrs. John Schadendorf will leave
next Monday for California, where they will
spend the winter. ( , (,
Misses Bulah and Ada Brawner came ;
down from Omaha and spent Thanksgiving
with the home floks. '
Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Brawner of Omaha
were here Tuesday to attend the funeral
of their aunt, Mrs, Taylor. I
Iter. H. H. Psyche ot Loomla, Neb., has
arrived here and will serve the Congrega
tional church the next rear.
Twenty-nine members of the Methodist
brotherhood were entertained at the home
of Mn W. O. Post last Monday night.
- Mrs. Gilbert Bolen of Mississippi arrived
at the home ot her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. . II. Ellis, the fore part of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. William Muller and their
children, Clara, William and Stanley, Went
to Union Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving.
Mrs. Clara Taylor died last Monday at
the horns of her sister-in-law, Mrs. D. O.
Brawner. The body waa takes to Kearney,
Mrs. Myrtle Walker, who will be remem
bered as Mies Myrtle Clark, was Injured In
a subbing affray In Kansas City and died
shortly afterwards, '
Valley. . '""
C. E. Byers and family spent Thanksgiv
ing at Yutan.
Mrs. Hall of Fremont waa down for a
short visit last week.
Miss Haael Parson left Wednesday 'for
Peru, Neb., to spend Thanlu giving with
John Foster, who has bean confined to
his home for several weeks. Is able to be
Chester Hall, who has been on a recently
purchased ranch, has oome to Valley to
spend the wmter.
Dr. V. B. Jenkins of Omaha preached
both morning and evening Sunday at the
Mrs. Marfan Webster Is enjoying a visit
at the home of her parents, Mr, ana Mrs.
W. O. Whltmore, this week.
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Kennedy and Helen
and Ethel spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and
Mrs. John Todd at Waterloo. .
Mr.-and Uri: WT. Miller, finished, gath
erla their crop on a farm near Ashland and
moved to Valley for the wtnter.
The regular meeting of the Valley Wom
an's club waa held Friday afternoon a't the
nome of Mra. K. C. Kennedy. Mrs. N. E.
Johniton had a paper on "National Parka'
and Mn. Ingram on "Popular Reading- Fifty
Yearn Ago and Today. Mm. Carpenter and
Mm. Kennedy served lunch.
The Valley vchoola closed Wednesday for
the rest of the week. The teachers spent
the vacation as follows: Waunta E. Cook
and Charlotte Anderson In Lincoln ; Pearl
Hansen at Falls City: Roy Harerty, Geneva;
Nellie Welch, North Bend: Merle Longacre,
Fremont; Orpha Gaines, Fremont and Oma
ha, and Harriet Wohlgren. Km city.
Patrick Ryan of Omaha visited this week
with his brother, Mike. 1
C. P. Betts and family spent Thanksgiv
ing at the J. A. Gibbons home.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Warren visited Thurs
day with the J. O. Seefus family.
Dr. C. W. Mickey and family ate Thanks
giving dinner at the Charles Wltte home.
William Hansen of Osceola (s here visit
ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Han
Mrs. Floyd Slberts visited with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Hofeldt, Tues
Fred Meyer of Omaha spent two days
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Miss Dorothy Hofeldt went to Omaha
Thursday to spend Thanksgiving with her
Misses Warren, Holiday, Wahigren, Brown
and Dalley, teachers, went to their re
spective homes Wednesday.
Miss Marie Sander Is spending a few days
C. R. McManamy has spent several days
with relatives at Ute, la.
Mrs. Mary Nolan has gone to Milwaukee
for several weeks' visit with relatives.
Miss Sigrld Peterson Is spending her
Thanksgiving vacation In Lincoln.
Mlas Margaret Delpsch of Omaha was a
guest of Mien Lillian Empey Thanksgiving
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Clarke of Birney,
Mont., are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge
Miss Josephine Connor of Oretna visited
Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Louis
Mrs. Spearman from South Omaha spent
Thanksgiving with her son, Charles Spear
man, and family.
Miss Marian Brown and Karl Brown, who
are attending the State university, spent,
ouuuay wuu mo nome ioiks.
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They make most acceptable gifts
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Our showing is most complete, priced
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Some are plain, some copper trim
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Something new, double faced
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27x54. .$2.75 each
30x60. .$3.25 each
36x72. .$3.75 each
4x7 . .$7.75 each
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Santa Claus Is
SOON TAKEN OFF
(Continued From Page One.)
the disease, the federal veterinarians
advise. Affected animals should be
kept to themselves until the disease
has run its course, and animals ex
posed to infection should also be kept
separately for at least eight days.
Barns, premises and other equipment
with which the diseased animals have
come in contact should be carefully
cleaned and disinfected. Well animals
should be prevented from getting at
food or water mouthed over by those
with sore mouths. It is a good plan
first to wet down with disinfectant the
partitions of the premises to be
cleaned, so as to lessen the likelihood
of spreading the disease germs in in
fected dust. The premises then should
be thoroughly cleaned and again disin
fected. Drinking troughs and feed
racks should be disinfected and then
rinsed with clear water.
A compound creosote solution made
up of four ounces of the chemical to
each gallon of water is recommended
for use in this work. A solution of car
bolic acid of approximately the same
strength also can be used. These solu
tions should be applied with a spray
machine or otherwise to all portions
of the walls and floors.
Prize Cattle Are, Safe.
Chicago, Dec. 1. President Arthur
G. Leonard of the Union Stock yards
was informed today by Dr. Eichorn
of the United States bureau of ani
mal industry that the disease among
cattle at Kansas City is not hoof and
mouth disease, but stomatitis. Dr.
O. E. Dyson, Illinois state veterin
arian, telephoned from Springfield
forecasting the raising of the Illinois
quarantine against cattle shipments
from Kansas, Nebraska and Missouri.
He told Mr. Leonard it would be safe
to hrinp- the Drize cattle from the
states to the International Live Stock
exposition, which opens here Decem
Lifted in Illinois.
Springfield, III, Dec. 1. Orders
lifting restrictions on the shipment of
cattle from all public stock yards in
- 416 - 418 South 16th Street
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roll arms and cozy wings
Solid mahogany Adam style rocker, wing back, cane seat and
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A wonderful showing of the better kind of chairs and rockers
in solid mahogany. Priced $8.50 to $25.
Gifts for the Smoker
Jacobean oak smoking stand, fitted with match box
holder, glass ash tray and cigar holders.
Others $1.50 and up to those fitted with
humidors, lighters, etc. at $6.75 and up.
Filet Lace Nets for
The popular small designs, in white, ivory and ecru,
40c, 45c, 60c and 65c Yard.
Over Drapery Materials, Yard 40c and 65c
Figured, green, blue, brown, rose, mulberry.
Filet Net Curtains
of filet net, small designs, made with wide hem and lace edge
$2.50 and $3.25 Pair.
Here With a World of jfl
1 oys tor uood uins ana
Things are numming in urcnara & wuneims
Toyland today and Santa Claus is looking for
every girl and boy in Omaha to come in for a lit
tle visit and tell him what each one wants for
Old Santa has some bit? surmises in
year and you want to look for Orchard & Wilhelm'a
ad every single day so that you won't miss any of them.
' Every conceivable toy is here. Even those beau
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get have somehow found their way to Orchard &
Illinois were issued here tonight by
Dr. O. E. Dyson, state veterinarian,
following advices that cattle at Kan
sas City suspected of having foot-and-mouth
disease were not suffering from
that infection. Stockers and feeders
held in yards at Chicago and else
where may now be released, Dr. Dy
At St. Joseph Monday.
St. Joseph, Mo., Dec. l.-Quaran-tine
on the shipment of live stock
I from the local stock yards will be
li;ftrt Mnndav. if was annnnnred to
night, when it was learned that a re
cently discovered cattle ailment is not
the foot-and-mouth disease. In prepa
ration for the resumption of normal
trading a large force was put to work
disinfecting the yards.
South Dakota Lifts Ban.
Sioux City, Ia.t Dec. 1. The South
Dakota Sanitary board today lifted
the ban on stock from the Sioux City
MRS. N. K. PEOPLES died at
Plattsmouth Thursday morning after
an extended illness from stomach trou
ble. She leaves, beside her husband,
thre children, Anna Norrla and Ruth.
The Peoples have lived In Plattsmouth
about ten years, coming here from
Watson, Mo., to which place the body
was taken for interment
MRS. H. E. PORTWOOD died yes-"
terday morning at her home in Edgar,
aged 27 years. A baby was born last
Friday night, but lived only a few
hours. The date for the funeral has
not yet been set, but there will be a
service here, after which the body
will be taken to Nelson, where the
final service will be held and she will
be laid to rest beside her baby in the
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