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.. ,^ DOODLES THE TIPTON DAfl/Z TRIBCNB CY HUNCERFORD 0 KIP / WANT IN ON Sl/MP/N SweeT -2 ITS A CINCH COME AN' <Svt IN TREB STUFF "Yes ves Foece/ |'/V\ A fATrt£rUES5 CHILD. He tVK uS To Ht* P/KNIK « Aiu I A I WOOD "PH , Pee5H UV PS 1 • My WANT ME To /I TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE — Registered Duroc boar. Phone Goldsmith. William R. Phares. p-lSl FOR SALE—Gas range, with oven below. Call at 538 Oak St. c-lSo FOR SALE — 3 or -l-piece overstuffed suite and lawu mower. Mrs. F. N. Ramsay. 1S1 FOR SALE—Comb honey. JO Ibs. for $1.00. Kathleen O'Banion. Phone 1G1G. if FOR SALE — "sed and demonstrator electric refrigerators; easy terms; ice boxes. Line- backs. C - 1S2 LAST WEEK to get four photos for 10c; get your photo this week at 12G E. Jefferson street. P-1S2 FOR SALK—One Fordshon tractor and plows; 1 team mules; 1 Osborn 7-ft. grain binder; used Fordson tractor parts; full line of Oliver and Allis- Chalmers farming tools. Butz Implement Store; Hobbs. Ind. c-tf FOR SALE—Hats, $1.00, Thursday, Friday, Saturday. Roode Hat 'Shoppe. p-182 FOR SALE—Comb honey, in 11)?. for $1.00. Kathleen O'B.mion. Phone 1G1G. ' "~ FOR SALE — Northern Michigan Russet seed potatoes. Phone 17X9. P-1S-1 FOR SALE — Tip-Top chicks, proven the'cheapest for farmer or poultryman; a few started chicks. Tipton Hatchery. c-lf FOR SALE—New Remington No -8 noiseless . typewriter, shopworn, regular price §79.50, sale price $'61.50 cash. Tribu.ie Press.. The logical place to buy a good Used Car yonr Used .... Car where you know yon are sure of honest value and fair dealing. The Forti >r ••*"- ^ lajfiantees '••'$&:&•'& Used Cars e's a reputable bnjnness man. He stands behind the car •-•- •, !•/*' i-r'i.ne FOR SALE — Super clean hard coal for brooder stoves. Phone 55. Edna Burkhait Co. c-tf FOR SALE—Crosley electric refrigerator; late model, excellent condition; can be had for balance due on very easy terms by reliable party. Address Box lul, care Tribune. c-lSO FOR RENT FOK RENT—Seven-room modern house, garage. Delia Roode. p-lSi FOR RKNT—Light housekeeping rooms. L. J. Teal, :!3S North Independance street. C-1S2 MISCELLANEOUS ;HECK UP on yourselt; if your pay lias been cut, talking about it won't help any; the quickest way to restore your old pay and then increase it, is to become a salesman; let us send you a book that tells about ;i plan that has qualified hundreds of men for success. JacU Cunningham, Representative Internoaional Correspondence Schools, 1834 South Adams St., Marion. Ind. v-lSO and daughter Barbara of Indianapolis and Mrs. Addle Wibel and son Verne of. here. Miss Helen Stinson of Lapel and Kake Niemau' of ; Dunkirk were Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bond: Sunday guests in the Biond home were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bond of Marion and Miss Mildred Bond of Indianapolis. .Mrs. Ed Bond who has been in an iron brace for sev- remains about the MONEY TO LOAN eral months same. ! Mr. and Mrs. Glen Drumin had as their Sunday evening supper guests Mr. and Mrs. John Button of Kokonto, Mr. and Mrs. George j Hortou of Indianapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Vane Learning, Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Hartley of here and Mr. and FARM LOANS—Reasonable rat •-. Fieldincr & Fielding. o ' t THE DAILY WHEEZE EEZE j • u •. r — .:• He: "What would I have to give you for just one little kiss?" She: "Chloroform 1 ." FOR RENT — Modern heated rooms as low as S3 per week Miller Hotel. Tribune Bldg. t' FOR RUNT — Furnished apartment.'modern, with private en- traiH-t-; also 5-room callage with garage. Phone -I55i. Mrs. T. I). Foster. c-tf WANTED WANTED —Girl; apply ill person. Palace Cute. C-1S2 WANTED — Paper hanging. G. R. Coynur. 457 Green. p-lSd WANTED—-Garden plowing; work guaranteed. Ira 0. Baden. Phone 3536. P-191 WANTED — Middle-aged lady to work in the country for my aunt, near Kempton. Call Roy C. Purvis, Tipton. c-ISi PERSONAL STOMACH ULCER, gas pains, indigestion victims, why suffer? For quick relief get a free sample of UIga, a doctor's prescription at L^wis Speckbaugh's. I p-Tu-W-Th-193 LOST AND FOUND. ||wi*JllM».in trade Bargains faJDeQuxe Coach, PMwj. $2%&'-L Coach. Coach, eap Used LOST—Black traveling bag, with .woman's clothing, between Windfall and Prairie Center. Mrs. Arthur LaGarde, Kempton, Route 1. c-181 Good Used Cars REDUCED IN PRICE To Fit Your Pocketbook- Priced From $50 Up Used Electric Washers New Delco Batteries $4.95 Exchange Service Motor Co. Bulck — Olds — Fontlac CMC Trucks — Frigidaires ARCADIA. Miss Cliristena Snyder returned home Wednesday from Nappanee where she • had been visiting for the past two weeks with her cousins Mrs. Rosa Miller and Mrs. Lncinda Erker. She spent from Thursday tnitil Saturday at Boxley at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Snyder with her sister-in- law Mrs. Mary Snyder who is very ill. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Shaffer and Mrs. Marshall Branson spent Sunday in Marion as the guests of tiie latter'.'' daughter Mrs. Irene Hill and daughter Jane. In the afternoon they all visited the Museum and Soldiers Home. Mr. and Mrs. Will Pettijohn had as their dinner guests Sunday Mrs. John Scheror and daughter India of Peru, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Pettijohn and family. Mr. and Mrs. William Pettijohn and family, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Baxter Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Colgan spent Sunday in Tipton the dinner guests ol Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Tarr. Robert Gaudlitz and mother Mrs. Gaudlitz o£ Springfield, III., visited here from Friday until Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Trielsch. Additional dinner guests Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. John Rottler of Indianapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Trietsch, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Trietsch, Mr. and Mrs. Frances Beck and baby daughter, Mr. and' Mrs. Charles Vornbrock and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Drumin. Mrs. Gaudlitz and two: children who had been spending the past two weeks here with licri parents accompanied her husbandrto their home in Spring- Mrs. Walter Lewis of Noblesville. I »eld Sunday evening. Miss Marita Boothe and Ralph Rollings spent Saturday and Sunday in Kokomo the guests of Mr. i !l « rc this week Mrs. Zola Winders of Indianapolis is spending several 'days her father, and Mrs. Oua Wiley. Mrs. Lulu DeVaney entertained at a prettily appointed dinner party Sunday in jlionor of the birthdays of Mrs. |Leo Egler. Noel Kgler and Mrs. Boecher DeVaney George W. Shaffer. rCl'RTISVILLK. to his home here Saturday evening from the Mercy Hospital. Mrs. Mollie Avery and son Maury of Gary spent the week end here. Mr. and Mrs. • William Jones spent the week end in Indianapolis with Oris Francis and wife.. KEMPTO.V. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Miller of Logansport and Mrs. Cleo Tim- Rev. J. C. Bean and family anc Mrs. Carl Couden left Sunday evening following the church services for Illinois, the former go ing to Witmett, where Mrs. Bean and daughter will-visit her .parents, Mr and Mrs. M. H. Biek- ham, while Mr. Bean will attenc the northern Indiana Methodist conference at Ft. Wayne. ; They will return in ten .days. Mrs. Cou den will visit .her new grandson who was born Friday morning to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Snider of Chicago. This is the first child ;in the home, and has been "given the name of Kenneth Joe. The'moth- er, prior to her marriage, was Mabel Dell Conden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Couden, west whose birthdays ' occurred in March. Guests for the dinner in-! Wednesday and Thursday mons of! Frankfort visited here 1 °C Kempton. Both mother witn ibao >' are doin S nicely. and needier DeVaney of Mr. .and Mrs. Clarc-iir Ran In Second Gear In Annual 500-Miler Used Car Bargains 'JM Plymouth Coupe i '33 Chrysler Eight Sedan A. H. Hinton Guaranteed USED CARS ! 1088,Dodge Sedan Ifl88 Chevrolet ;C«ich \ 1988, Dodge Coach . i XB8O- BeHoto Sedan t^Crcvrolet Coupe. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.—A capable driver once drove part of the 500-mile race in second gear— but it was in error. It was Rex Mays, dashing California youth, whose face was made red by this unique mechanical difficulty. Mays has again entered the Decoration Day competition to be held at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway May 30. Mays was elected to drive one of- the three cars entered by Fred Frame, 1932 winner, last year. He broke a front axle on the northwest tnrr) at the 135 mile marker and came back to the pits to watch the other boys go. Frank Brisco, who had set a hot pace to lead the early race, called for a relief driver at 225 miles and Mays was selected to drive. The car was a four-wheel-drive 'mount of unusual design: but fast as ^lightening. Maya/could not seem v to get,the speed • of which hthe ear was 'capable.'' After running eight'laps he'teported back '' when 5 was- dis- wlth.tha eluded Mr. and Mrs. Clarke Burton of NohlesvilleL Leo Egler and family of Tiptoni Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, ' DeVaney and Will Bishop of Fortyille and A. L. Burnett of here. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mosliangh and daughter Jean of Chicago are spending the week with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mosbaugh and Mr. and Mrsj Jakie Shafer. Noah Brown and family. ; „, " , „, Fountain Creek, 111., spent the Mr. and Mrs- Eel Kane of El- J • u .,. .„.,„,,,_ Mr. and Mrs. Ora Long of ; with Ed Brown andi wood visited here Saturday with Mrs. Lydia Dunlap. Lorel : Brown and family of Seven Mile. O., spent the week i end family. ! . | Mr. and Mrs. Russel Dunlay o£| Elwood were Sunday evening i guests of Mrs. Anna Dunlap. Mrs. Loren McDbniel and fam- week end with their daughter and family, Dr. and Mrs. G. C. Dunham. Anna Floyd and Hortense Powner of Indianapolis, visited the week end with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Floyd. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Barrett of Ft. Wayne, visited Sunday I with the former's mother, Mrs. I Hiram Barrett. Mrs. O. D. Weed of Ft. Wayne, They-also attended the alumni tanqnet. A deputation team of students rom the Wesley Foundation at Purdue, conducted the services at the Methodist church Sunday evening. The -program, in charge of Rev. j. C. Bean, began "with a roup singing, followed by a talk on "Wesley Foundation," by,Mrs. William MeFadden; "Students' Viewpoint and the Meaning of the Wesley Foundation," Bob Strauss; solo,. "Prayer Song," Helen Mur; "Appreciation of Christian' R. B. Zumsteen, a. mission- of Penang and Singapore and the Malay states, but now at West Lafayette with the, Wesley Workers. The little exhibited quite a. few. articles from the foreign land. The mid-week services as the Ihristian church on Wednesday night will be in charge of the new minister. Rev. John G. Clark. All members are urged to be present and visitors are welcome. Wilma Shockley left Sunday for Greentown where she will spend the summer with her mother, Mrs. Mrs. Chester LaRue. Lois McCarthy, a nurse in St. Margaret's hospital at Hammond spent the week end with her parents; Mr. and Mrs. Carl McCarthy. Mrs. Jane Wilson moved Monday to the Alice Wells property Mrs. Harve Wilson of Tipton, is assisting her. Joe McWhirt and family moved to the T. Campbell property'vacated by Mrs. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Hobbs of Kokomo, were Saturday evening guests of their parents, Mr. anc Mrs. Arven Hobbs. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Orr anc Mr. and Mrs. James Goodnigh motored to Doann Sunday after noon and were guests of Rev. anc Mrs. Wilbert Sullivan. Rev. Sul livan was a former pastor of the Kempton Christian church. Willard, Wells and family and Roy Fearnow and family motored to Shaffer Lake Sunday to spend the day picnicking. Alfred and Robert Jackson o Burlington, were the dinnei guests Sunday .of Mr. and Mrs Dan Morford In the evening th Other guests with Mr. and Mrs.j'l.v. Mrs. L.ivon Heflin and family Mosbaugh in the Shafer homei! spent Sunday afternoon at Pcr-,^ s Chester Weed and son Ches- Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. James) kWille Svith Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus. ^ ' Jr Qf Andergont Mrs .: Horn- Shorter and Mrs. Tom Inman of • Se ' lllltz Indianapolis. Louis Mosbaugh j Mr - all(1 Mrs - Vcrl Clary were who accompanied his brother and Indianapolis visitors Saturday. cr Daily and Mrs. Arthur Clark of Bloomingtoii, were the dinner guests Friday evening of Mr. and latter were- supper guests of MM Myrtle Cripe of Frankfort. TluJ annual Kempton alumn banquet and dance was given a the Masonic dining hall at Kemp ton Saturday, evening. The hal was decorated with spring flowers aiid the school colors of purple and gold. Miss Frances Spencer alumni president, presided at th-3 dinner which was'prepared by th Loyal Workers of the Christian church. The invocation was give: by Mrs. Mary Ploughe before the guests were seated. The program was as follows: Welcome address K. Frances Spencer, '29; response. Jesse McMullan, '35; music, girls' wife here is visitiiig with :his par- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frazee ;Mrs char i es C i ark . The latter ents Mr. and Mrs.! Mosbaugh. | a '" 1 Mrs.: Ray Mitchell of Tipton j two reraained unti , Sunday at- Mrs. Jack Hilton of Indianapo-j ™° Sunday guests of Mrs. j imMng the Kempton alumnl ban . Reminiscences, Cal Long. I:s was the Friday evening guest Josephine 1- razee. 'jquet Saturday night Mr. and of Mrs. Valeria Underwood.. j Jesse Bosue and wife of Wind-. Mrs _ Lawl . ence c!ar k and daugh- Rev. and Mrs. A 1 . E. Scotten of! fal1 wel 'P Sunday guests of Ar-.( ter Sara Jaue o f jndianapolis. Twelve Mile spent Friday here', Ulllr Havens and wife. j ulso were Sunday guests, with their daughtdr and son Miss Arthur; Heflin and family of- Mrs Bonnie Peters of Butler-. Sunday. Rachel and Seymour Scotten. Miss Seotten accoinnanied her parents home and remained until Sunday when her brother spent the day in the parental home and brought his sister jhome. ; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Groves and family spent Sunday in Peru as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Essex. | . William Trinknar has gone to r.errien' Springs,. MJich., for a few v;epks' visit with relatives; Mr. and Mrs. H.l C. Baker and family, Mr. and JMrs. Clarence fiiiy and granddaughter Barbara Itiebcling and J. Ei. Hiatt attended a birthday dinner Sunday at Tipton at the honie of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Roadruck given for, Mrs. Anna Taylor) and grand-| Vcrl clar i' wcrc Muftcie visitors daughter Maxlne T.jylor who eele-! 1Ion(la >'- • bnitcd their birthdays on that! M 'ss Mnxine Hall of Muncie dav. I spent the!week end here and at- Marion were Sunday guests of i vjlle _ vis | ted Saturday until Mon- Joe Heflin and wife. | (lay with ner daughters Maxine Mr. and Mrs. Claude Heflin ofj aud ali riam and her mother, Elwood were visitiug friends here! M] . s 3 e n e Dunham. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shockley of Clyde Mct'orkle and family of Indianapolis, visited Sunday'with Sharpsville, Miss Madonna, and the f Ormer ' s mother, Mrs. Mary Eva Hinds, and James McCorkle n Shockley. wore Sunday dinner guests of, Clifford Lineback and family of Merrill Thomas and family. Sun-j KokomCi Oren Johnson and fam- day afternoon they ^11 visited Carl, ily were Sunday dinner guests of ' —-' '—-" -- i -- = — Mr an d Mrs. Elmer'jHitzenberg. Lester (Davis and family - of Hammond, were Sunday and Monday guests of Mrs. Cora CHne. Other Sunday dinner guests - of Mrs. Cliiw were Mr.: and Mrs. Lute Smitson of Indianapolis and Mr. and Mrs ' Lewis Miller, ol Goldsmith. Doyle Hoffman and family 'of Mechanicsburg, Garrett Goodnight and family, Hershel Storms and' family of Kempton and Mrs. Iva Pratt and family nc?ar Swayzee. Jake Anlt and family of Summitville were guests Sunday of Loron McDaniels and family. Mrs. Iva Bowman and Jacqueline Myers and Harold Crafttin and wife of Muncie;. were Sunday guests of Clyde Kinder and wife. Mrs. Frank Butrier and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Chct Hall had as ;i tended the alumni banquet at j Kite of Frankfort were .Sunday. their Sunday dinner guests Mr.l;WIndfaJl Saturday night. and Mrs. Ary Whisler of Atlanta, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Langolf and. daughter Donas of Cicero, Miss Thurman Jones and family of lElwood were Sunday guests of iMr. and Mrs. Jack IJones. guests of Mrs. Rosa Goodnight. Mrs. Goodnight, who has been ill, sifferlng with erysipelas, is now ! much improved. Beulah Hall of Mujncie, Mr. and'! Miss Hattie Parr spent Wed- Helen Cartthers ofi Noblesyille. jnesday evicning with Earl Gregg'Frederick and Elizabeth Spencer Mrs. John Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Emory Hall. . i Mr. an'd Mrs. Carl Oyerdorf and their house^ guest Mrs] Elizabeth Overdorf visited i3unday afternoon youth of town Mrsfl Ollio Kinder. Mr. and! Mrs. John with Mr and Learning I and Mr. ai«l Mrs. 1 William Hughes t Ann 1 , and >eaming] spent and daughter Marg Miss Anna Marie I Saturday and Sunday in Kentland with Mr. an'd Mri. floyd Sheltoff. Learning and spent Sunday lsal Jean spent last week Mr. and Mrs. Vaine daughter Margaret la the Sheltpn hji Learning, who ha * in Kontla pint reto -I wit jand family at Elwood. j John Ramey and 'family of E1-! Iwood werja relative: guests Sunday of Mrs. Lila Perry and fam- lly. } . ; ."- ; I Mr. and Ms. Ear( Gregg, Lottie Harney, B|lijjj Harne; Mrs. 1 Harney ari' Harold Holt of ElWqpd were rela L jtivo dinner guesri oj| Ralph Harj- ney and family. \ , \ -. ]\ \ Miss Esjcaline Gough of Sum- mitvllle sp'ent the wiiek end with Mr. and Mrs.' Geqrgi . Sheedy and ey-^atten led the 'alt of Indianapolis, Gertrude Spencer of South Bend, and Mrs. Allen Spencer of 'Tipton, were guests on Saturday of Air. and Mrs. Fred Spencer. The former four • attended the alumni banquet Saturday night. . . •'•••• * Alta bauson and Willard Merritt of .Kokomo, and Mr. and Mrs. 1 Saturda; panki WJ mnl banque moved J hli tne' Richard! McMullen of .Westfleld, attended tfte alumni; banquet Saturday nl^t' and were guests of Mr- .. over nI«Kt||fnd Sunday. wr4 .« ^ '1-3; 300th Anniversary of Secondary Education, Otto Dick, '21; Alumni News, Robert Reese, '30; memorial service; stunt by Class of '35. During the banquet songs were led by Marjorie Spencer, accompanied by Mrs. Addie Dunham, and immediately following dinner there .was dancing to the excellent music of Jim McKinney's band. This affair was attended by '-155 alumni members and guests. Bankruptcy Xotice. Uement of said,, estate, and the same will come rip for exam*; nation and action of!said Cireaitl Conrt, on thel 24th day of *~ 1935, at which time! all reditors' or legatees of said es are required to appear In Court and show cause, If here be, why i said account — vouchers should not foe approTerJL.' Witness, the clerk land seatTJ*- laid Tipton Circuit Court, at TtjH on, Indiana, this 1st day of May, 1935. i RAYMOND W. SIMPSON, . . -'. (Seal) Clerk Tipton L8 0-86-9 2-9 8 I Circuit Court. a Notice to Heirs, Creditors, Etc. n the matter of -the estate of Charles W. Warne, deceased'.In the Tiptbn Circuit Court,. April Term, 1935 Notice is hereby given that 1 Jmma Warne ,as administratrix of the estate of Charles ;W. Warne, deceased, has presented and filed-, ler account and vouchers in final settlement of said estate, and that the same will come up for examination and action of said Circuit Court on the;20th day of May, 1935, at which time all heirs, creditors or legatees of said estate are required to appear in said Court and shoyr cause, if any there be, why said account and vouchers should not be approved. Witness, the clerk and seal of said Tipton Circuit Court at Tipton, Indiana, this 30th day of April, 1935. RAYMOND W. SIMPSON, "(Seal) Clerk Tipton 180-86-92-98 Circuit Court. Notice of Administration. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed by the Judge of the Circuit Court of Tipton County, State of Indiana, executrix of the estate of Peter Henry, late of Tipton County, deceased. Said .estate is supposed to be solvent. CATHERINE HENRY, April 22. 1935. Executrix. KEMP & KEMP, Attorneys. 174-SO-S6-93' Notice of Administration. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed by the Judge of the Circuit Court of Tipton County, State of Indiana, administrator with the will annexed of the estate of John T. Cline, lafe of Tipton County, deceased. Said estate is supposed to be solvent. NOEL A. PURVIS, April 23. 1935. Administrator. JAMES M. PURVIS, Attorney. 174-SO-86-92 Sefe the New Leonard Electric Refrigerators H. J. SCHRADER & CO. J.C.PENNEYCQ 116-118 South Main St. LEATHEEMAN FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service Furnace Coils Waste Foal Replace Your CoH; "With a Self Action GAS WATER HEATER Public Service Co, of In the District Court of the United States for the Southern District of Indiana, Indianapolis Division. . In the matter of Blanche. H. Ha worth, bankrupt. '. No. 8328 in Bankruptcy. First Meeting of Creditors. To the creditors of Blanche H. Haworth, of Tipton, Tipton County, in the district aforesaid: Notice Is hereby given that on the 13th day of April, A. D. 1935, the above named Blanche H. Ha- wortb was duly adjudged a bankrupt within the purview of section 75, subsection (s) of the Bankruptcy Act of 1898, as amended, said section 75 (s) being the. amendment frequently referred to as the "Frazler-Lemke'' Amendment," and that 'the fl^st meeting of her creditors will ;pe held before the undersigned Referee, in Room 233-234. Federal Building, Indianapolis, Indiana.! at 10 o'clock A. M., oa Wednesday, May 15, 19*6,-at which meeting,, or at any adjournment thereof tnaf may be then ordered, the ( matter of the appointment, of a Trustee and the appointment and designation: of appraisers will be considered and determined, creditors attend; prove their; claims, the above named Blanche H* Haworth, and transact such Btner business as may properly ednte before said meeting. "jj : I ! CARL WILDP, Referee [ iiidlanapplte, in; Bankruptcy. f 0. 1935.. : 1 c-180 olice to Heir*. CmHtora, Etc: BREAD— 1%-lb, loaf ..... KROGER GROCERY BAKING 00. 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