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'-All «d» fat ''Situation Wanted" and 'Huxt and Found" an cash with ordtr liii will not b« aeetvitd ow tht Ul»- •wn* Oat-of-iow» adnrtblnc, euti with •rtn. • Th« Pampa Daily MEWS ttHrrw thi to ela»l/7 all Wants Adi nndtr prlat* htadlnn and to mitt or ihold from publication an/ copy _ntd oblMtlonabli. /.,'otlc« of any trror mn»t t>« ilt«n Hi , tin* for correction btfon ircond IM«rU«n. , In <aa« of any arror or an omlmlon •»<jT«rtl«ln» of any natur* Th« Daily anall Dot tx h.ld Ifcibl. for fnrthir than tht amount r»- viri for neb advtrtliln*. LOCAL RATE CARD CnVE NOVEMBER SI, l»« 1 *ay, Jo a word ; minimum SOc. I tUyi, 4° « word, minimum 60e. , la tin word for Men iuccwdln* lieu «fMr ika flnt two IHUM. The PampA Daily NEWS For Sale Beauty Parlors PERMANENT WAVE SPECIAL 2—$1.50 Permanents for $1.51; Z—$3.50 alt-oil Wares for $2.00; Jack and Alice Polston, 615 W. Poster. Rear of Barber Shop. rOUDRE PTJFFE BEAUtY SttOPPE Across From Rex Theatre 321 W. Foster — Phone 1355 Special This Week Hygrenlc Facial with Vita Ray Treatment 75c Permanents $1.50 to $7.50 Experienced Operators MRS. R. F. PATJLEY, Mgr. Madallne Gantz Miscellaneous LEAVING FOB San Diego, Cal., within a week. Can take one or two passengers. Call 9039F2. Write box 3382, care cf the Pampa News. lp-138 GOING TO DALLAS, Wednesday will take three passengers. Call 516 N. Warren. lp-138 WILL TAKE passenger to Colorado, _at once. Call 540. 3c-139 SPECIAL FOR one week! Free rinse with each sr.ampoo and finger waves. Mrs. Enbody. Phone 414. 316 W. Francis. Cc-138 FOB SALE—Majestic radio, cabine , model. A real bargain. See it a Hawkins' Badlo Lab, end of South Cuyler. ?PlL 4 ' FOB SALE OB TBADE—$500 equit" .In 1934, Pohtiac sedan for Ilghte car or small house. Box 854, Pam p'a. 3p-14i FOR SALE—Used lumber, window and kindling wood. Phone 541 Call at 514 W. Foster. ?£'H' . If Miss Jona Lee Combs will call a the office of the Pampa Daily New she will receive a free ticket to see "/Steamboat Bound the Bend" with Will Bogers, showing at the La T}ora theater Monday, Tuesday 01 Wednesday. FOB SALE OB TBADE—One '29 : model A Ford coach, new paint all steering apparatus new, will taki calf or two and give some terms See it at 122 N. Ballard. lp-138 JOHN L. MTKESELL Phone 166 Duncan Bdlg A real surprise. 4 B. modern', beautiful lot on N. Starkweather, neai school, on pavement. Will exchange for land. This cozy little home wil delight you, the price will surprise you. , 5 or 10 acre tracts just out of city on 33 highway. Get one of these tracts itir the price of a city lot, and have a home in the country with prospects for selling home sites later 2, E. house and lot for $300. Others fbi- $350, $750, $1200, and $1600. Lots $50, $75, $110, $200 and up. Gc-143 SALE—Thor washing machine 200 N. Ward St. First $10 gets it. : 3C-140 FOB SALE—Nics four room house ,,and two 50 ft. lots, with 4 ft woven wire fence all around, also cross fence, garage and plenty of qut buildings. Nat in city limits but Have, city accommodations. Taxes cheap. Terms can be arranged. Yoi; ipust see this to appreciate it. W T. Hollis. 122 N. Ballard. ______ lp-138 FOB SALE—Five room stucco house terms, 714 N. Suinner S. Priest addition. lp-138 FOB SALE—26 used radios. $7.50 up. Tarpley Music Store. 6C-142 FOB SALE—Living room furniture ,, complete with Wilton rug. Original cost, $375, sacrifice $250. Can be seen at Pam'pa Transfer and Storage Co., across from Cabot Co. office. • 3C-139 FOB SALE—Two milk cows and ,, equity in '35 Ford. L. L. McGhee, Wileox-Combs lease. 3p-139 FOR SALE—640 acre stock farm, ..located in Donley county. Well improved, $10 per acre. Robert Crisp, owner, Alanreed, Texas. 6p-141 FOB SALE—Trailer house for sale; , With or without furniture, also garage. 500 E. Brunow. ,, 60-141 FOB SALE—18,000 ft. 6" linepipe. ..Call 11 or write box 66, Borger, Texas. FOB 4p-138 SALE;—emau grocery store, . fixtures and stock. Well located. Some cash, balarine terms. Will consider light car. 929 Bipley St. 3p-138 FOR SALE by John W. Orout and ,,Son, painting and paperhanging. Qffice phone 341, Johjjson Hardware Go. 211 N. Purviance, v , , 260-138 Help Wanted Stenographer, must be , speedy and ' have knowledge of Bookkeeping. Post office box 1174, OIL PERMANENTS Money Back Guaranteed Not to Burn Your Scalp or Hair Permanents $1.50 to $10.00 Eugene, Artistic, Realistic, Duarts, Frederics, Shelton Permanents Phone 848 YATES BEAUTY SIIOPPE 3 Doors North Bank Mack & Paul's Barber Shoppe on Balcony WANTED TO care for children by day or week. Mrs. Chas. Rice, 828 N, Somerville. Phone 953-W. 3C-139 LET ME HELP you with your landscaping. Fall Is an excellent time for planting. Phone me 'at 80, Thomas Clayton with Clayton Floral Co. 410 E. Fos-er, 260-143 Legal Notice If Mrs. H. J. Jones will call at the office of the Pampa Daily News Fha will receive a free ticket to see 1 Steamboat Round the Bend" with Will Rogers, showing at the La Nora 'theater Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday. RADIO REPAIRS. All work done at reasonable prices. Guaranteed. Davis Electric Co. 26c-143 Guaranteed $5 Permanent Waves $1.50 Duart Pcrmnncnts $1.95 Eugene Spiral or Reverse Spiral ..|5.00 ZULA BROWN BEAUTY SHOPPE Hotel Adams Phone IU Permanent Waves $1.50 to $3.50 Finger Waves, wet 15o Eye dye and lash dye 35c MRS. HARRY DEAN 412 M; N. Frost Phone 308 For Rent FOR RENT—One room apartment. Bills paid. 318 N. Starkweather. Sc-140 FOR BENT—Six room brick house furnished or unfurnished. 610 N. Somerville. 3p-14Q FOB BENT—Very close in, modern, furnished apartment. 203 East Francis. Next door to Pampn Mortuary. lp-138 Loans g-jg—^^—^^^ Pay All Bills With One Loan! l'«r«on«) loins, no endorneri required. $5 TO $50 immediate trrvlce—T,oweM ratn SALARY LOAN CO. L. B. WAnREN, Mm. First Nltlon.l Bank Bulliilnc Room 4 Phone 111 SALARY LOANS M $5 TO $50 All dealing Btrlclly confidential. PAMPA FINANCE COMPANY 109>/4 SouU, Cuylcr Streal Over Stite Theater Automotive USED CAB VALUES! 1934 Chevrolet Master Sport Coupe, lots of extras $475 1934 DeLuxc Plymouth Coach 475 1934 Ford V-8 Tudor 475 1933 Chevrolet Sport Coupe 350 1931 Chevrolet Sport Coupe 250 1931 Chevrolet Standard Coupe 200 PLAN CULBERSON- SMALLING CHEVROLET CO., Inc. August, A. D. 1935, in a suit, numbered on the docket of said Court, No. 4149 wherein Foxworth- Oal- bralth Lumber Co., a corporation, is plaintiff, and J. W. McCray, Martha J. McCray, J. D. Bocflelle, Belle Bochelle, and W. H. Henke are defendants; the nature of plaintiff's demand being substantially, as follows, to-wlt: Suit upon one promissory note dated May 13, 1931, payable In 14 monthly installments, the first installment having been due and payable July 1, 1931, and for foreclosure of a mechanc's and mate- rialmati's lien given' to secure the payment of said note upon the following described property, to-wlt: Lots Nos. nine (9) and ten (10), In block No. one (1), of the Finley Banks Addition to the City of Pampa, Gray County, Texas, said note being in the original principal sum of $351.90, without any payment either principal or interest ever having been made thereon. Herein fail not, but have you before said Court on the said first day of next term thereof this writ, with your return thereon, showing how you have executed the same. Given under my hand and seal of said court, at office in the City of Pampa, Texas, this the 23rd day of August, A. D. 1935. Witness: FRANK HILL, Clerk of 31st Judicial District Court in and for Gray County, Texas, (SEAL) By LOIS HINTON, Deputy. (Aug. 25-Sept. 1-8-16.) PRIZES (Continued from page 6.) FOB BENT — Furnished 2-room apartment, close in. 112 S. Wynne. lc-138 FOR BENT—Some cabins at 1300 S. Barnes. Newton's Cabins. lp-138 VERY DESIRABLE sleeping apartment for rent. 414 W. Francis. lp-138 FOB RENT—Three room furnished house, bills paid. 3 blocks west Hilltop Grocery. Third house north. On Borger highway. lc-138 FOR RENT—Two room unfurnished house with bath. Bills paid. Couple only. 800 S. Reid St. lp-138 FOB RENT—Maytag washer by hour. Plenty conveniences. 1300 S. Barnes. Newton's Cabins. Gp-143 FOR RENT—Large front room light housekeeping apartment. Partly furnished. 721 W. Foster. Stucco house. If Mrs. J. S. Starkey will call at the office of the Pampa Daily News she will receive a free ticket to see "Steamboat'Round the Bend" with Will Rogers, showing at the La Nora theater Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday. AUTOMOBILE REPAIR work on the budget pay plan, Motor Inn. • 26C-140 lc-138 FOB BENT—Furnished apartment, bills paid. $2.50 per week. One- lialf block west of S and S grocery. 1001 Wilcox. lp-138 FOR RENT—Two and three room furnished apartment, couple only. 508 N. Bussell. lp-138 FOR RENT—Furnished nice five room modern house. 121 North Dwight. 3p-140 FOB RENT—Furnished south bedroom, outside entrance. Close in. 125 Sunset Drive. Sc-140 FOR BENT—Newly finished apartment. Adults only, bills paid. 902 !. Browning. lc-138 FOB RENT—Small apartment for couple only, modern and clean. Bills paid, furnished, 914 N. Ballard. lc-138 FOB BENT—One full duplex, unfurnished. 4 rooms to side. Private iath. 700 block E. Kingsmill. J. A. Purvis. 2c-138 ?OR BENT—Two room unfurnished house. .Inquire 620 S. Finley. 3p-139 Extra Value In Good Used Cars! 1933 Olds Coupe 1933 Pontiac Deluxe Sedan 1929 Graham-Paige Deluxe Sedan 1931 Chevrolet 4-Pass. Coupe 1930 Chevrolet Truck 1931 Studebaker Deluxe Sedan 1930 Buick 4-Passenger Coupe '' 1929 Ford Sport Coupe 1929 Chevrolet Cabriolet 1928 Chrysler Sedan. Small Down Payment and Easy Terms G. M. A. C. Plan BEN WILLIAMS MOTOR CO. OLDSMOBItE 113 N. Somerville Phone 977 fteln set, Pampa Drug stores, Brown, Huber, trying to steal third with base occupied. Most sensational play—Baseball glove, Western Auto Needs, Vic George, Boad Runners, (one-handed stab back of third). Manager winning ball club—Case of beer, Boehm Bottling company, Sammy Hale, Coltexo of LeFors. Leading strikeout pitcher—Change of oil, M. A. Garham, Texas company, Winkler, Phlllips-Pampa, and Chody, Huber of Borger, tied with 26 each. Player starting most double plays —Wash, grease, oil change, Charles Mais-el. Phillips 6G Service station, to Scaling and George, Boad Runners 4. Neatest appearing ball club—Two cases Dr. Pepper, Dr. Pepper Bottling company, to Pampa-Busby Indians. Player batting in most runs—Fountain pen, Bichards drug, Patton, Nell and Summers, all Road Runners, tied 9. (To decide winner by toss). Player making most errors—Swim ticket, John Hessey, Sedbrook, Col- texo Carbon, 5. Prize winners will receive orders to secure their merchandise, issued EXTRA-INNING VICTORY POTS GIANTS IN A FAVORED SPOT ST. LOUtS, Sept. 14. (/P) — The nover-give-up spirit of the Giants, plus another big array rf hits, carried them through to their second extra-inning victory over the Card- isals today, 5 to 4, and cost St. Louis the National league lead. The Giant triumph, giving them a 2-1 edge in their series here, left a clear field for the conquering Chicago Cubs. By beating Brooklyn for their eleventh straight triumph while the Cards were losing, the Cubs took ,a full game lead over the Cards. The GlanU remained 3',fc james away from first place and 2'/a games behind St. Louis but in a better strategic position as Chicago has played more games than either of the other pennant contenders. The teams wind up the series here tomorrow, with Carl Hubbsll and Dizzy Dean scheduled to face each other. The wlndup of today's game bore a 1 striking similarity to yesterday's finish. For the second time a relief pitcher cracked a double that played game after a big array oC pinch game after a big array of pinch [litters and runners had failed to come through. With two cut In the eleventh Clydell Castleman, the Giants' first- year flinger who was belted cut yes- ;erday, hit a two bagger. He scored the winning run when Joe Moore singled, then with the aid of a snappy double play held the Cards In check through the last half of the eleventh. HIGH SCHOOL ] aeainst the New York Giants. Big Ed Heutser took his place on the ncuiid. The younger Dean did not suit ij- bu*, lemained in his hotel room .•ecuperating. Club officials said his condition wss not serious. Robstown 38, Rcrugia 0 night). (Friday! KerrVille 6; College Academy 12. Roscoe 6; Sneetwattr 0. EXPORTERS BEAT BUCS | BEAUMONT, Sept. 14. W)—Clarence Lemuel "Red" Phillips, ace of the Beaumont pitching staff, halted the charge of the G/alVestott Buccaneers here today ahd-the e*porters won 4 to 1. Cuilenbirie and Bates hit homers for the; Shippers. /Rie Bucs held a 2-1 edgte In the Series despite today's setback. • Galveston 100 000 00ft—1 7 0 Beaumont .... 200 010 lOx—4 11 1 White, Jakucki, Cole and Linton; Phillips and Tebbetts. ,, „, , Hot Dogs Keep Paul Dean From Pitching Game I • ST. LOUIS, Sopi. H. </p>_An at-! tack of indigestion caused by mix- j ing hot dogs wi'.h soda pep during ori exciting bcxing show ]£ t , nteh l eft Paul Dean, st. Louis Cardinals S hurling ace, too ill to appear today 1 Whenjn Amarillo P»rk With Fire Proof Storage Store your ear IB •modern tarage. We h»T« prompi d«livery gerrlce, •nrwhera tn On city. Complete Automobile Hotel Service, *nd we »r» Op*« All Nirht to cerve r**. Rule Bldg. Garage Phone ttm ird Street >t r«tt third floor of the Rose building. Pewees to Play Last Game Today Against Hoover The Peewees, baseball team of joys from 12 to 16 years of age will play their final game cf the season this afternoon at Magnolia park with the Hoover boys' team furnishing the opposition. Mage fciser will be back in the lineup for ;he Peewees. The pnme will start at 2:30 o l n Bi tta °' clock - The Pampa boys have not on the u,, on Hnnri cinr.f. ihov riofooton th.= V •'' 'J . jAfc fOQ 'tit >,v, ! I 1 ' BASEBALL Wanted to Buy OR RENT—Modern furnished 2 room apartment. 121 S. Stark- yeather. 2c-138 FOB Bent—Large modern rooms, make the Marie Hotel your winter lome, Mrs. Mable K«mp, prop. 6c.l42 Bampa, lc-138 _ $15 WEEKLY and "your own .dresses ,, FREJEI for demonstrating new Autumn Fashion Froclcs. No can- yassing, No investment, Write fully. CSive s$:e and pojpr preference. Fash- fei Frocks, Pept. T-9000, Oineinr natj, Ohio. lp-138 ite woman for house,., wort? mornings only. Apply 413 W. guokler. __ ' lp-138 waitresses expeii- r . ence4 In night clul? work preferred. Club, Hobbs, N. M. ,, jnan to take over . .wholesale drug route, opportunity, Beferences capital. Miniature '., $, Santa Fe Hotel, unday or before 10 a. w. FOB BENT—Bedroom in private home to refined young man. 621 N. Cuyler, Phone 1086-W. 2C-138 FOB BENT —Furnished duplex apartment, 4 rooms, private bath, garage. Inquire 125 Sunset Drive. 3p-139 FOB BENT—South bedroom, men preferred. 315 N. Gray. 2C-1S8 FOB BENT—Nice two room fuf"- nished house, Bills paid. 521 N. Zlmmcr St. Talley '' FOB BENT—Booms and apartments. Across street frojn your Laundry. American Hotel, 260-154 Room and Board CASH PAID for used tires. Joe Burrow Tire Company. 2C-163 WANT TO BUY—300 young hens. Write postoffice box 68, Pampa or see W. E. Minatree. 3p-140 51 52 63 75 80 79 Pet. .634 .630 .615 .556 .449 .433 .423 .252 NATIONAL LEAGUE Results Yesterday Brooklyn 14, Chicago 18. Philadelphia 7, Pittsburgh 5. Boston 6, Cincinnati 4. New York 5, St. Louis 4 (11 in- niings). Standings Today Team— W L Chicago 90 52 St. Louis 87 New York 83 Pittsburgh 79 Brooklyn 61 Cincinnati 61 Philadelphia 58 Boston 34 101 Where They Play Today Philadelphia at Pittsburgh. Boston at Cincinnati. Brooklyn at Chicago. New York at St. Louis. AMERICAN LEAGUE Results Yesterday Detroit 1-5, New York 2-1. Chicago 4-2, Philadelphia 2-1 (2nd game 10 innings). Cleveland 1, Washington 5. St. Louis 2, Boston 5. Standings Today Team— w L Detroit 89 New York 79 Cleveland 89 Boston 70 Chicago 67 Washington 60 St. Louis 58 practiced since they defeated the Canadian team at Boad Runner park several weeks ago, and as a result the E'oover nine may be much harder to beat than the last time the two teams met. Philadelphia 53 48 57 69 70 69 76 79 79 Pet .659 .581 .500 .500 .493 .441 .423 .402 Legal Notice NOTICE OF HEARING A public > earing on the annual budget for the City of Pampa will be held at the city hall Monday, September 16, at 7:30 p. m. W. M. CBAVEN, ' City Secretary. CITATION BY PUBLICATION. Foxworth-Galbraith Lumber Co. vs. J. W. McCray, efc al., No. 4149. In the 31st Judicial District Court of Gray County, Texas. THE STATE OF TEXAS. To the Sheriff or any Constable of Gray County— Greeting: You are hereby commanded that by making publication of this citation in some newspaper published in the County of Gray once hi each week for four consecutive weeks previous to the return day hereof, you summon J. McCray and Marthg, J. McOray whose residence is unknown, to be and appear at the next regular term of the 31st judicial District Court of fiw County, Jo be holtex at the Court; House there? " ' ' 0% of Pampai on the y to g$ptemb.er-, A. O. tetog tfef ma, 49? -« ,, PWt W d,.jiy. of Where They Play Today Chicago at Philadelphia. St. Louis at Boston. Detroit at New York. Cleveland at Washington, To S«« Comfortably — See — Dr. Paul Oweni The Optometrist We tpecUHzt In fitting comfort*bl| Glusaw M well ad the newest etylw- Owen Optical Clinic PR. PAUL OWEN'S, OptometrUt. Fllit N.tlon.l B»nk Bldg'Phon« »» All makes TypeTvrJter? and Other Office Machte^e 0J?»* Repaired, -AJ1 yyqir,k FAST - - SAFE - - CLEAN —BUSINESS —PLEASURE —EMERGENCY Govt. Licensed and Approved Authorized Agent T. W. A. Branlff Airlines PANHANDLE FLYING SERVICE Dee Graham, Mgr. PAMPA AIRPORT 9536 — Phones — 857 Selow 50 Degrees FOODS ARE SAFE After exhaustive tests extending over several years, the United States Department of Agriculture recommends that unsealed foods held for human consumption b.e stored at a temperature below 50 degrees Fahrenheit. A few rimple summertime observations convince you of the wisdom back of this recommendation. It is common knowledge that tainted, moulded, or spoiled foods do cause certain severe discomforts, and .hot infrequently, serious illness especially amcrsg children during the hot summer months. Your Electric Refrigerator Dealer can positively guarantee that his refrigerator will constantly hold a uniform temperature below 50 degree? Fahrenheit, no matter how hot the weather. It is important that you be assured en this point. "Milk, fresh meat, poultry, fish, an.d many fruits and vegetables should fie kept at a temperature of 50 degrees Fahrenheit, or preferably lower, tp check the growth of microbes that cause souring and decay." U. £. Department of Agriculture—Bureau of Home Economics. Southwestern PUBLIC SERVICE BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL PAMPA The Beat !• EVERY BUSINESS The Finest In EVERY PROFESSION Accountanti J. E. ROBY 412 Combs-Worley, R. 980W, Of 78? Attorney* PHIUP WOtFE 204 Combs-Worley Bldg., Ph. 1869 Auditor! —See Accountant* Bakeriei BAKERY Fred SchaJfner, 115 W. Foster, P 81 Boilers J. W. DEERING Boiler ft Welding Works, 1006 S. Barnes, Phone 292 Cafes SANDWICH: 3 Doors East Be* Theatre, Ph. 760 Churches METHODIST Gabion Foote, Minister, Phone 624 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 0. R, Lancaster, Pastor, Phone 6«6 GBA? OWw, fit, $94 CITY OF PAMPA Bd. City Dvpment, City HI. Ph. 384 City Health Dept, City III. Ph. 1183 City jagrs. Office, Cily HI. Ph. 1180 City Pump Stn, 7IIU N. Ward, Ph. 1 City Wtr. tf, Tx. Ofc. City HI. P 1181 Fire Stfttlon, 203 ,W. Poster. Ph. fiO Police Station, Ph. 5SS County Office. GHAT, COUNTY OF, PT. HODS* Auditor & Treasurer, I'll into Constable's Offiur Phntiv T) ' County Clerk, Pbonr ««7 ,_ Cnty. Fm. Agt., Ilm. (Vmsti Kb 144 County Judge, I'lionr K37 District Clerk, Phunr 785 Justice of Peace I'l. No. I, rii. 77 Justice of Peace No. 2, Pbonr 022 Sheriff's Office, I'hone 243 Supt, PubUo Instruction,' Ph. 1084 Tax Assessor, Phone 1047 Tux Collector, Phcmr 603 , , Sherman White, Phone 13.f» Florist* CLAYTON FLORAU CO 410 E. Poster, Pbonr HP Freigbt m wsmmw m Hotels MARIE HOTEL WU4 West Poster Ave. Phone 9526 Insurance M. P. DOWNS AGENCY Combs-Wurlcy Bids., Phone SSI Laundries - Cleaners Y.PUn LAUNDRY & DRY CLNBS. •<Ul-0!i E. Francis, Phone 675 Machine Shops JONE8-EVEKETT MCH. CO. . Barnes & Frederick Sts., Phone 243 Motor Freight Lines I KR WAV MOTOR FREIGHT 500 West Brown, Phone 270 Newspaper! PAMPA DAILY NEWS S32 W. Foster, Phone 68ej PA.MPA I'RKSS » H5 S. n»,U*ra, Pfaont fo« Oil Field Material, Plumbers DAVIS PLUMBING CO. 118 W. Foster Phone 339. R. C. STOREY PLUMBING CO. > 538 South Cuyler Phone 350 ' Printing ( PAMPA DAILY NEWS Phone 666 ,! Schools Baker E. Tuke Phone 93JI i High School las W. Franeis Pb.j> * Horace Mann N. Banks Phone 991 * Junior High 126 W. Friincls, P.WJ * tamar, SOI Cuyler, Phpnp 957,,,] Sam Houston, 800 N, Frpsf Pft, iffi School Garage, 706 N, RussL PJU J5J Roy McMIUen, Court Hse., Supt. Puli. SoWs, 123 W, Wooarow WOspn, E. Brainy, Transfer & Storage PAMPA TR^NSJEfl . 8f«, 00 Wcs^ Brown tate Bonded

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