The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 26, 1930 · Page 7
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PAGE SEVKW We Are 44 Y. Old —We HaTe lired Goaatrjr'a flaanciai DepreasloBs udBaarica : 44 Yeaws ul Ham Km Ml LCM Thaa «% «a I - GJKt THK FCIX SKHOFICANCS OF THAT ; _ . AMets, March 31,1930 ..'. . W41.188J.0 'Contingent Loss Fund ... • 15,000.00 Undivided Proflto, March 31.1930........ 11.22SLJM J Next Dividend June 30, 1930 , TEPTOK BUILDING AHD LOUT A3S0CIATI0W ; THE OI4IK8T SAVINGS INSX1TIITICN Bf UROH I .-• Talk It Orer With Our Secretary, 3. A. Lewis j TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED ADS FOB SALE OR TRADE REAL ESTATE | FOK SALE—Five room modern ' heuse on Green street. SjSa.OO ) down, $35.00 per month. L. W. j Fuller. fc-176 ;FOR SALE—Four bred • silts. Phone 1SX9. Durpc t£ FOR Shelton or Frederick Vita- Tonic permanent wave, call at Compton Hat. &; Beauty Shoppe; we give satisfaction, always. Phone 262 for appointment. c r 176 Noblesville Said to Have. Good Chance to fiet Institution. FOR RENT [NOTICE — Try Bear automatic FOR RENT—House, 5 rooms and'; power lawn mower sharpener; bath, 909 N. Main, or 4229. Phon9 36 ! •-tf i it grinds them perfect. 2592. Phone c-177 FOR SALE—Five.' room house j pQjj RENT •— Three furnished j REPRESENT: FACTORY S15.00 down, $15.00 per month. L. W. Fuller. |c-17C FOR SALE 1 PERSONAL PROPERTY rooms; .private entrance. North East. Phone 1455. tf l FOR SALE —Mancbu and! Dun Held soy -beans of thej yery j FOR. RENT— highest quality.-. Tipton • Milling j iug rooms. .Company. " I e-176.1 Phone 31S0 FOR RENT—Cottage at Hobbs,; Ind.: possession May 1, 1930; '. I inquire at Farmers State Bank,: j , Hobbs, Ind. p- 177 : - Earn big money; nationally advertised auto seat covers; tremendous demand; lowest prices largest commissions; complete outfit free. Supreme, 2229 Og den avenue, Chicago. P-176 MONEY TO LOAN FOR SALE—15 ewes with 20 i FOR RENT—Rooms,_ furnished'. : light housekeep-i 216 Oak street, j FEDERAL FARM LOANS at 5% c ~ tf ; per cent; pre-payment privilege. D. S. Phares. c -tf Iambs: l-.vear-o!d buck. .Stoddard. Phone Ekin. J nh n i -177 FOR SALE—Two sows, lj! l>i.-< and -1 White Itock roosters. Pi Vaiiliooren, route 5,, Tipton. | c-177 FOR SALE—9x12 Asminster vug in good condition. ">»•« East Washington, street. \ p-17S FOR SALE—No. 5 Underwood; a real bargain at §35. The Tribr une iPress. | tf ' i • • , FOR SALE—(llarliolns. bulbs. $1 per hundred: wheeled chair!. ?10. Mrs. Hott, Atlanta, p-177 or unfurnished. AnmijHootoii. [PLENTY OF MONEY AT 6% per. c -179j cent trom j to 10 ye; i rBt w jth FOR 'RENT—-Six-room semi-mod-! pre-payment privillges; beBt era house. Garage. 409 Green j loan in the state. Standerford St. Reasonable to right party, j & Standerford; c-tf Phone f250. c-176 [ FOR RENT—Cottage with gar-1 age and garden on Deihl street, j c-178 FARM LOANS — Best JvWns in state, 5 to 20 years; interest annual or semi-annual with full payment privilege. Fielding & Fielding. c-tf FOK SALE—Manchu soy | beans, combined: tested for gemina­ tion; excellent test and quality. Phone Goldsmith. William A Phares. c-tf FOlt SALE — Seed cor mile north and two Hobbs. Pcrlcy llessleri . Halt past of i77 •OR SALE—Manchu' recelaued,. first cla: particular. J. W. Kempton. .soy beans, j ;s in every heatley, c-lSO FOR SALE Quality j poultry feeds, frcsli ground, .at first cost. ' Tipton Milling Company. I c-176 FOR SALE—Bourbon Red turkey eggs. Phone 384 Windfall- W. s. Trimble. FOR SALE OR TRADE c-178 J!)26 Ford coupe in first-class condition; new paint: will trade for Mings, sheep or cattle; see or call Roy Reck or Fred Recobs. ' c-81 FOR SALE ivory baby • baby .scales. Pearc;.. Ivory baby bed: cali;' Taylor-Tot; Phone 13Jil. Mrs. c-178 FOR SALE—Dadenochjs Hahy : chick starter contains Cod Liver oil, Cod liver meal, butter milk. Grows'them better, faster and bigger. Fear Campbell Co. i tf FOR RENT — Modern house 416. j West Washington street; four! rooms and bath; garage. Phone | 14S3. c-176! FOR RENT—Modern rooms; hot ' water heat.' Miller Hotel, Trib' une Bldg., E. Jefferson St. tf FOR RENT^-Choice office rooms, also light housekeeping rooms, . modern, Masonic Opera House Blok. Inquire of Charles Warne, secy. Phone 271. If FOK RENT — Three furnished downstairs rooms for light housekeeping, at 32o West Jef- ^ferson street; outside entrance. Phone 3556. C -17S RECEPTION. (Continued on Page 7.) large picture ship was inscribed the Senior class motto: "Nothing without Divine Guidance." The assembly was decorated with bin and silver streamers extending from the^ lights and the chande Iiers were covered, with blue rose petals.- It was a pretty scene and enjoyable occasion and one which will live forever in the memory of those present, j Guests for the evening were | Mrs. Smallwood Noel Jr.,. of Nob i lesvillc, Mrs. Edward Whalen of Six-room i house. |Wabash, Mrs. Mary Ellen Roll of Terre Haute, Mrs. Oscar Hani' ilton of Stockwell, Mrs. R. M Klenk of Chicago, Mrs. Marti Irvine of Rochester, Mrs. John M. Tebbe, Miss Annamae Tebbe and Miss Helen Mattihgly of Tipton Miss Rosalia St. Clair of Kokomo and Miss Marjorie Smith of Ro- FOR RENT strictly 'modern, hardwood lloors, good garden; one square 'from library. L. T. "Harker Phone 300 or 1594. c-tf WANTED WALL PAPER cleaned satisfactorily; have canvas. L. M. Clark; Phone 2295. c-182 WANTED—Washings' for careful home laundering. Free - delivery. 21X6. p-177 WANTED—to rent or buy four- room house; give full details. Address Box 12, Tribune, p-177 WANTED — Piano good used piano. Manlove Hunter. , pupils; also M+'s. Lula Phone 2274.' C -1S2 FOR SALE—One 14-inch Oliver tractor plaw. One 9XX adjust~able Oliver tractor plow and . one ,«s-ft. Oliver pulverizer. These implements are new and pnced below cost. Tipton Mam Motor Co. ! c-176 RELIABLE' party wjiuted to handle Walking products in Tipton: customers established; excellent opportunity''for riirht man: earnings over $40 weekly; write C. R. Gernes. 242-260 Naghten street. Columbus. O. p-176 Chester. IVrfccti, Circle Team. NEW PRICES — Burred. White and Buff Rocks: Beds; White Wvan.dottes: Bart OrpinBtoim- 112 per IflO: $57.50 per i BOO: . SUO i per 1.000. ^ -_ l *t lif "S" , 600: * 90 Per r.0()». ™<? £. por ,, chick . * hen «0 *rc ship- fif^sfS W T EN ^ 25 " »e»vV» each Monday. . Leghorns and I Heaves each VvVdncsday. Hooslcrl Chicks are J&mew&y hatched. EUg tiocka culled head by .head alx Kuccesslve yean. Each order carefully aorteU- nrw clam chick* for tint clafts prlee. Tlooiler • Hatchery,! Mlchl- pantown, lcd.: f \ • i. ^0K : :'8ALE^-0ne new | S ^riece' • walnut dining room suite; one nW^lfhreerpie ^e ioyerBtJiffed liv- .^-•rill 'de.fV^bne DjUtercni^ ni; a »leetr!e • >:^?^ei»tor r T »ith'.lie»t«r attachment;. * ^^luat^iantiiJter LADIES wanted to string beads at home: stamped addressed envelope for particulars: experience unnecessary. Ivorv ptavelty Co.. 113 iFourth avenue. New York City. , p -176 .Manager e Roma Law of the Perfect Circle baseball team has issued a call for candidates to assemble 1 at the Sand Island dia mond 'Sunday afternoon at 1 :30 o'clock for tryouts and practice. All baseball players in the city who wish to play witji the Perfect Circle team are asked to attend this first practice. Manager Law says lie has some very fast teams booked for Sand Island and he wants to put strong team on the field. The first game will be May 4th against Circus John's colored team of Kokomo. RADIO SERVICE— We special fie on expert, service work un all makes of seta: full line tubetv batteries,! etc. McJunkin : Radio Shop, pjbone Z0X7. e -tf Of-local oaalisK- TRUCKIKG^-AU Mnda .and .long pittance Everytbiaf loa^red. Dragoo.: Phone' ittp. FOIt SALE OR TRADE 1929 Essex Coupe. • 1928 Essex Coach. 1925 Studebaker Sedan.' 1925 Dodge Coupe. SERVICE MOTOR CO. /i' AfCTlON: Without reaarTe, In «tockwell„ .Tippwanoe coanty; 7 Toom residence, Monday, Aprll« 3 p. m.: liberal terms 7 Qracr bhoemakar, owaar. - R. - C.\|jfo; iLand AucUon Company, auction' The federal, government will locate a veterans' hospital in Indiana. When this first became known, many cities over the state became interested through Legion posts and. delegations were sent to Washington to lobby for preference. Indianapolis had the" preference over other cities but pressure to select a site elsewhere than the capital city became strong and resulted in* a federal inspection of sites available. Several weeks ago Indianapolis, Anderson and Kokomo seemed to have the inside track. It now develops that Noblesville is looming as a. choice. The city owns an excellent site just north of the city park and this is offered the. government. . * The rumor now is to the effect that the site will either be selected in Indianapolis, Noblesville or Anderson. It is said that Kokomo no longer has much chance to get this federal political plum. A committee from Washington will arrive in Indianapolis Monday to look over proposed sites. This committee will visit Kokomo and no mention is made of a visit to Noblesville but rumor persists that Noblesville is in the front rank for consideration. Miriam Seegar, Noted Screen Star at Ritz Sunday and-Monday. Tipton theater goers will he interested in knowing that Miram Seegar appearing With ' Richard Due, in "Seven Keys to Baldpate," at the Ritz theater Sunday and Monday is not an English born girl, but was born in Greentawn, and lived ftiere for several yearn, mending the Greentown schools. - Miss Seegar is a sister of Mrs. J. C. Stone, of kokomo, whose husband, Dr. J. C. Stone, formerly practiced in Tipton. She played several roles on the American stage, but rose . to , fame ^vhile playing to English \ audiences, where she spent two years on the Loudon stage. In Meinoiiaiii. Often I think Ipf you, dear mother And my .heart is filled with pain Oh, this would be heaven. Could I hear your voice again.;' You wore a crown of patience, ; As you struggled on" and'on ] A faithful one so kind and true, Dear mother, how I long for • you! In memory of my dear mother, Mrs. W. C. Fitrney, of- Sharpsvilla Ind., who passed away April 27, 1927. Her lonesome daughter,! MRSJ K. B. TRIMBLE, . | . Windfall, 1 Ind ... Flower Sale. In the matter of the 1 petition of Jesse M. Keiiip, et al, for drainage! ' ' -. |. • TojiElmer L; Boyer, Walter W t Wheatley, H. .H. Bunch Estate, Everett L. Bunch,. Henry C. Ca'- nine ,i Laura A. Perky,' - Delia Bouse, AJIie D. Harrell, -Provi-r dence Ferguson, John W. Wood, Lafayette T; Jones, James -Gritton, [Mrs. James Gritton, Nell; J. Beck, Arthur'K. Goodnight, Ezekiel D. and Effie; Steuibilber, Myrtle Shorfle, Abraham.', G. Shortle Heirs, Minnie P. Teter, ClaraJ L that'the .defendants, Joseph Bond, Elizabeth. Bond, John ID. Smith, attorney in fact for Joseph, [Bond and Elizabeth Bond, Archibald Small,.Mary Ann Small, Mosfe's M: Small, George W.. Small; .' Sarah Ellen Fox, John; Fox, Malinda Ann Thompson, George Thompson, Marinda Olive Dayiney. Harry Davi- ney, LUcinda Hershman, Jasper Hershman. Josephine Endicott, .John Endicott, j Thomas Harvey Small, Mary Etta Small, Mary Etta Mundell, Rosalia Hettie Small, Belle Carmack," William Carmack Stephen Lee, John Lee, Mary Lee, Eniily Lee, Archibald Lee, Alvin Lee, Isaiah Lee; John W. -Fo^. Sarah' E. Fox. Marinda O. Dav'- ney, John M. Endicott, Lucinda C. -Hershman, Thos. H. Small; Marj E.-Small, Rosalia H. Small, Wm. Carmack, Isiah Lee, Emery Lee, Meyncke, Anna Michel, Elmerl.O..j^., „ 0 ,, r , , „„ Fic ^deorg. Glass' Estate. M^ry ^Sat ^J. ( vJi. I,™K„ '' J »i tLi Hershman, Archibald Small, John' •You are hereby notified that jthe' • undersigned have filed their' peti- 11th day of April. A. D. laid. (Seal) ; IRVIN MILLER. Clerk Tidton 164-70-7;6-82 Circuit Courl^ Notice of Aduiinistratio i. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed by the Judge of the Circuit Court of Tipton County, State of Indiana, administrator of the estate of Cyrus-A: Edwards. late Of Tipton county, deceased. Saidl estate is supposed to be solvent. I NORA GARNER GATHMAN. April-'11, 1930. Administrator. S. A. CULVER, Attorney. 170-7*-S2-SS Xotict; to Hfirs, Creditun), Ktr. In the matter of the es Clara Wheatley ate Complete Surprise. The members of the First Baptist church chose Friday evening as being a sood time to give Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Green, newlyweds a complete surprise in the nature of a housewarming' at their home on North Conde'street. About fifty or more of the mem-, bers and friends met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Smith on North Conde and from there went in a body to the Green home, where as they had anticipated took them totally unawares, the surprise being most complete. The evening was spent in a social way with readings, by Miss Delores Lambert, Mrs? S. A, Gordon and Mrs. Smith Cox, and singing by all. During the eve- The Tipton Business and Pro ; fessional -Women's club will sponsor thei Day Flower 10th at the r. annual "Mother Sale" Saturday' May. Tailor shop of Mrs: Florence Bert on Jefferson street. These sales have been very popular since inaugurated by the club and they are- expecting-their usual large { pitronage. Potted plants, - garden plants; and cut flowers will {be featured. • Ehman Funeral. Funeral' services for Israel Eh man .whose ! death took Pla Thursday night at- his home -near Arcadia, will be held Sunday aft ernopn at 2:00 o'clock at the Brethren church. Services will [he conducted by Rev. Wike. Burial Special Masonic Notice, ning Mr. and Mrs. Green were [will be at the Dunkard cemetery, presented with a beautiful pic- [ ture and ft dozen beautiful sher-j berts, the presentation being.' made by the pastor. Rev. S. A: :' Gordon. Mrs. Green before her i marriage March 17th was Miss.j Esther Harlow of Tipton. Spcji HCIIBCI Funeral. Call meeting of Tipton Chapter No. ^44^. Royal Arch Masons, Monday evening, Aprir28, at 7-30 o'clock. Work in the Most Excellent Master] degree on a class! of • candidates ijrbm , Tipton; Elwood Funeral services for Elmer Hen-and Alexandria. The work will be sel, of Arcadia, were held Friday-given '-'by^ Uie officers of Elwood afternoon at the home,of his son i Chapter. All members are urged Charles Hen sel, in Arcadia. Rev. I to be present. i E. E. Lutes, pastor of the* Metbo-I ' CURTIS KENNEDY. H. tf. dist church, had charge of the ser-. SAM Dl GROVES, Sec'y. ' .' vices. Mrs. Chet Hall sang two, - - -j ».+ 1 . beautiful- solos. Those from a Severa ' 8 ;, ec Wl values in Play distance .who attended were Mr. pr plan08 as , ow ; . BS , 90 , Willi and Mrs Herbert Loomis and y ^ ^ Uatne ' maa ^ daughter Madge. Mr. and Mrs. T .I T =••-•-••. c Johnson, of. Tipton, Mrs. -Rodney! ;l '• "'"• Reichard, of Oilton. Okla., Mr. I and Mrs.. Jack Hilton and daughter, Grace., of Indianapolis, Henry and Jake Rose, Mr. and Mrs^ Philiip-Brogan, of Marion, Mr. 'and Mn .4 William; Zeigler, of Cicero, tMrs .i >V«rpa <lttca ,'o( , BtaSton, O. Thare, will, be no < oitatinf^ijl tion in the commissioners' cpurt of Tipton county, Indiana, asking that Ditch No. 19, 'commonly known, as Dixon creek', and tributary known as. S. 'W. Harper ditch be'repaired hy straightening, deepening and enlarging; the same by the use of a dredge oyer and along the 1 following portion thereof, towit: "'I' Beginning/at a point "wherehaid ditch crosses the north line of the northwest quarter of section- 10, township 21 north, range 3 [east, in' Tipton county, Indiana, extending in a southerly and easterly direction to a point where the -same empties into Cicero Creek in the northwest quarter of the southwest quarter of section 21,-township 21 north, range .4 east,-a distance of approximately; 7 miles. 'You are further notified j that said petition is; set for docketing as a case pending on 'Monday, May 5, [1930. That said hearing will hei h^eld at the commissioners' court room in the court house, in Tipton, Indiana.- . ' J JESSE M. KEMP, ET |AL, ' 1-6,4-70-76 - Petitioners of deceased: In Feb- the Tipton Circuit Comit, A. Lee, Rettie J. Lee, James A. '• ™ary Term. 1930. j Lee, Ida Lee, Albert Smith, Olivei ^^l'? h . ereb , y B,v * n l ? al Th Smith, Isaac Lee, Mary J. Lee, c,ti ? elli) National Kank. as ad- .Mar-y ' 3. Hockenberry. '-,' Moses m ;" ls 'f tor , ot tlle f st , ate f Clara Hockenberry, Henrv A. Lse, Em : Wheatley. deceased, has fcresent- eryA. Lee, Francis M..Small, Car-1 ecl «»« filed its arcoupt and -ie Devaney. Frank Small, John ! vo " c ' leli " Small, Henry Small. Frank Small, Otis Devaney, James Bishop, j ™ me ',!" . f " 1 ' . Winnie Alexand*- " « ? Ti-.««- aion ot Sil "' , '"' t,, " t ,- " urt ttes of said estate are req'nired to appear in said court aiJd show- filed its j on „ j vuucjiers in final settlement of i said estate, and that the sdme will examination, and ac- ER Q Tjiomp ' L "'" '"• mlm circuit court on the son, M: . A. Thompson,' io. W.I" 1 " tl: Jf April. 1930. & which Small, M. A. Small, W. J.i Hersh-'*! m .f helre - < :r ^ ttt »^ i> r ba­ nian, U. W. Hockenberry. H. A. Lee, each and all of said seven last named defendants' given names being unknown, the respective wives, husbands, surviving spouse, widow.or widower of each and-all of the above named defen-, ,„., ri ,. ... „ _, . dants, whose names are unknown.! rfl I r«-,o each and all of the above naniedi, '. '.' .„,_,. .. inbo female defendants, now known by| h^'L ] \,,„ , Vu. , other or different names, but ^n"i-r" f- A ,K ,P n° nrf which said present name- is un- j 1 * ^ ' b L,rcB » t Court known, the unknown heirs, de-j vicees, legatees, personal repre-j Notice to Heirs, Crnlitolrs, Etc sentatiVes, - administrators, ejecu- ;j cause, if any there be, Why said I account and vouchers shiuld not |be approved. Witness the clerk andl seal of | said Tipton Circuit Court| at Tip- of Ap- Noticc to Heirs, Creditors, Etc. tors and trustees of each and all of. the above; named defendants. I whose names are unknown, ailj persons, firms or. corporations; claiming under, by or through! said abdve named defendants, or either of them, whose names arej unknown, are not residents of the; state of Indiana. estate of Rachel Morris. — " I has presented and filed I state of Indiana. ; count: and vouchers in Notice is therefore hereby giv-j tlemd'nt of said estate In the matter of the estate of Ua- chol Morris. Deceased. In the Tipton Circuit Court. February Term, lft'.ii). Notice is hereby given that Roy Batzn'er. as administrator of the Jeieased, his . ac- Hnal set-- Jesse Mitchell, deceased.'|Iu the] be arid, appear in tho Tipton cir-; , U itU,h and iiciiim of sail Ii P .^ U , C „ i ^ Ui V Court ' February Untt.court. on the 7th day of June, j court »n tlw 5th day Term, 1930 >Notice is hereby given that Edmund Smith; as administrator ofi the estate of Jesse Mitchell, do- ceased, has presented and filed his account and vouchers in final settlement of said estate and that the same will come up for'jexami- uation aud action of said Circuit Court, on the 15th day of; May, 1930, at which' time alii heirs, creditors or legatees of said estate are required to appear in said court and show cause, if an}' 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 ISth day of April. 1930;. .. "'•'•' (Seal) . IRVIN MILLER, 170-176- Clerk Tipton 182-188 . Circuit: Court Notice to Heirs, Creditors, f Etc. 1930, the same being the 30th ju-j io:i\)\ at which time all 1 eirs, dicial day of the May term, 1930 of- the Tipton Circuit Court, beginning on the first Monday of May, 1930, at the court house in riitois or legatees of s<iid estate are required to appear in said court, and show cause, if my there 'be. \yhy said account and vouch- In the matter of the-estate of j P „ VaTd" defendant7that"i7nieVs tTiev! '^""i" 1 " l .^;" u <«'»•••-•• J »nd that -Jain.Mitch.il. dPce aR «d -)l„ th 'e 1" "ii^f!^"^ X- SL.™ U,c -. 1,tt,ne Wl11 " ,mB n P f ,r eXttn,i - Jtl Circuit of May, the city of Tipton, in said county j ers should not be approved, and state, and answer or demur Witness, the clerk an|d seal of to said complaint, the same will be| sai(1 T ip t0 n circuit Courft. at Tip- heard and determined in their ab-l ton> Indiana, this 11th day of sence. :In witness whereof, I hereunto set my hand and affix the seal of 6aid. court at Tipton, Indiana, this April, 1930. (Seal) IRVIN MILLER. Clerk Tipton 164-70-76-S2 Circ jit Court. Ill the. matter of the estate of I Robert W. Conway, dececased: ;lh the Tiptop-'-.Circuit - 1 Court, [February "Term, 1930. . | Nitice is hereby given that The Citizens NationatBank as administrator of the estate of Robert i \V.' Conway, deceased-; has pre-. sented and ' Hied its - 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 12th day of May, 1930, at which time all heirs, creditors or legatees of said estate s are required to appear in said court and show 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 .16th day of April. 1»3D. f v (Seal) IRVIN MILLER; 170-176- Clerk Tipton lsi-188 - -Circuit Court Baby Chicks DO YOU SELL l \S WI J TEK KGCS/I ' HEBE IS TFlE WAV TO DO IT! [ Try our BABY CHICKS and avo the ilit'tVi QUALITY CHICKS THAT IA\% LAV AX I Call or wrile kn- pr'wvs. •llff. PAY Campbell Co. Tipton, Indiana. Notice to Noa>Reaideats. A«tp of Indiajui, jfom&UCot tlptoB, u: I MM %KwrMi ^vst Joseph Bond; Ford Ammonium mtTOin ^ori^ soil in lit moil dMirmbk 4 wonlmhd ftrttlter for Jvm, Mu4m***» »»d dmibt. Pot up is 1^. >

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