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Page 6 MELVIN JOHNSON, Inc., Publishers Saturday Morning, October 29, 1938 IMPROVED UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL S UNDAY I CHOOL Lesson Ily HAHOLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. D«an of The Moody Bible Institute of Chlcaco. C Western Newspaper Union. Lesson for October 30 PERSONAL RIGHTS AND WIIEHE THEY END LESSON TEXT--Eccleslastes 2:1-3, 10. 11: Romans 6:17-23: 14:21. GOLDEN TEXT--What shall we say then? Shall we continue In sin. that grace may abound?--Romans 6:15. "Personal liberty"--what endless misuse was made of that expression In the days when men seeking the right to again flood this country with intoxicating liquors were attacking prohibition. One would think that some of our political leaders and our newspaper editors would blush for shame when they see what has now been accomplished in the name of personal liberty. My liberty ends, as someone has well said, where yours begins. I have the personal liberty to swing my arms as far as the tip of your nose, but there my liberty ends. All of life is, and necessarily must be built on that principle. For the Christian there is an even higher measure of responsibility--his relationship to God and his consequent heart interest in the welfare of his fellow men. Our Scripture portions for today present a sharp contrast.- Man without God, but with every earthly advantage is pictured in Ecclesiastes in his fruitless search for real joy. Then man as the glad bond- slave of Jesus Christ is spoken of in Romans as truly free and joyful. I. The Way of Emptiness and Disappointment (Ecclcs. 2:1-3, 10, 11). 1. Physical pleasures do not satisfy (Eccles. 2:1-3). Men who have tasted the distress and disappointment of life are prone to think that if they only had all the money they wanted, and an opportunity to partake of life's "thrills" they would be happy. Solomon had everything. He deliberately set himself to prove the pleasures of this world. He planned to "enjoy" intoxicants--doing it "with wisdom"--that is, not in a drunken debauch that would bring remorse. Note it, you who advocate the moderate use of alcohol (whatever that may be) Solomon found it to be only vain emptiness. (See Prov. 23:31, 32.) What is true of wine is also true of the attempt to satisfy oneself by the gratification of any physical appetite. Those who live for the pleasures of the flesh can reap only corruption (Gal. 6:8). The hectic search for such satisfaction by countless men and women today reveals that they, like Solomon, cannot find it. If they did, they would cease their wild searching. It just is not there. 2. Pleasures of the mind do not satisfy (Eccles. 2:10, 11). Solomon sought real joy in labor, in accomplishing worthy ends. There is a satisfaction in work well done, but that joy is only lasting when the doing of the work is for the glory of God. Work for its own sake--yes, even wisdom for its own sake (Eccles. 1:12-18)--is not enough to satisfy the soul of man. The great poet Goethe, who set himself to enjoy the higher pleasures of life--art, science, and literature--came to his seventy-fifth year to testify that he had "riever had four weeks of genuine pleasure." Satisfaction is not in the pleasures of the aesthetic nature. II. The Way of Victory, Peace, and True Joy (Rom. 6:17-23; 14:21). We say with Paul "God be thanked" that there is a way for men to find freedom from the sin and disappointment of life. It comes by 1. Personal allegiance to God (Rom. 6:17-23). Clear thinking on spiritual matters recognizes that the man who "boasts of his personal liberty, his freedom from God's control over his life is in reality the slave of sin (vv. 17-19; Titus 3:3). On the other hand, the one who is a willing bondslave of Jesus Christ is free. The way of victory and peace is to yield to God, even as the way of defeat and disappointment is to yield to sin. The first way leads to joy in this life and eternal fellowship with God. The other way results in ultimate ghastly disillusionment in this life and eternal spiritual death and separation from God. 2. Recognized responsibility for others (Rom. 14:21). It should not take two minutes of intelligent consideration for any man-to understand that "none of us liveth to himself and no man dieth to himself" (Rom. 14:7). Yet that Is the obvious assumption under which men live, leaving behind them not only their own wrecked lives, but carrying along in the stream of their personal influence their acquaintances, friends and members of their families. The principle stated in Romans 14:21 should govern all of our actions. Paul was speaking of meat offered to idols, which he could have eaten with a clear conscience. But if he ate it someone else would be caused to stumble, and he was rather willing to do without it as long as he lived. One wonders what would happen in the Christian world if every professed follower of Christ would thus evaluate not only the use of intoxicants but also his every personal habit. BIG TOP "Silk* Fowler, ringmaster, iccks revenge (or the elephant's attach on him, and fives a dastardly order. _ By ED WHEELAN ... AND AT THAT TIME ,' X C Ll P." ALL. TWE CTTHER 'BULLS" VOlLL BE IN UNDCR THE "BIG 1 TOP" COINS'"WEIR STUFF ! /ALTA V/ILL BE ALL ALONE. ! THEN IS CHAHCE, BuSV, CHIEF 5HOVJ'LL STARTIN' @ Frank Jay Mdrkty S.indicatt. Inc ·mi- nr tlio sliall tf n rrsF- (U'lit of call] count) nml Uic two n miilnlng HHMidnte Jiul^ps MiaH lio TftMenlrQ nl -Mon l^oincry County nnd n l i c n Ilio CLIcI Judge Is rloctuil from MonlRnnifry fount? one of the asKorlnto Jud^cR Hlinll ho a rPRlilrnt of xalil Sinn! nomcry Cnurity anil ILe renmlujns luo utoclate Juileci rosl ilcntn of r*rc'd"r!l» t T ounty. Hi rn«c any ciiic'ldnti" or r.vnlhl.llrB for nssodalo Ji;dRi Rt a n y J u d i c i a l o i P ' t l n n l i i l d In t h e J u i l l i Inl r l r r u l t ri-vli nulllclcnt votca Tn enubn m u l l rnmltd.ite or r a n d l d n l t s tn !»· 'lu'l.inil i']i i ti'il, hut the clictlfm of Midi i.uiillitulc nr cindldnks u i m l i l i a u w won a'-sorlitp J u d p t H titan liproln jjpr milted tn n Hide In any enmity of ualil circuit, then nnd In that m-nt only Hint ninlld iti 1 or tl-ii c lanilUatei, an the ca»o liny lie r nr I In- \ iK in K ilil i onnty In the order Administrator's Sale OF V A L U A B L E PERSONAL PROPERTY Tlie undersigned, administrator of j T i l g h m n n F. Taylor, dt'ceaseil, will oil'ci- iiiifl rxpo u ;it public .s;ile to ( h e highest biddei nt the late losidunco of Tilghman F. Taj loi, one mile from DVnton on tho stone road from Dcn- Jtoii to Williston, on Monday, November 14, 1938 at 10 o'clock a. m., raiti or bhinc, the following piopui Lj : LIVE STOCK Twelve cows, ages 3 to 8, all good This is an accredited herd, THOMAS M. HARRINGTON and WILLIAM D. (JOULD 3RD Solicitors ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF V A L f A I J L E Farm Property PROCLAMATION OF THE GOVE R N O R GF M.-MiYLAND PROPOSING A:it,::i;Mi:::r.s TO THE CON- STrnrno:,' OF THE SVAT£ \ V I I K i t K A S , ".t the Junu.A'y a'ssion of t it; (I ."· · , in'ily of i.iirylnnd, h e l d in l!'a l-.'. 1 p.,5 -d, I \.',.: (', :: a-i ::i::-jii.. ! £ - u '" : I s..i. OL Horizontal. 1--Droll person 4--Large raft 8--That woman 11--Makes a mistake 13--Also 14--Small particle IE--To Instruct 17--Beverage (pi.) 19--Negative Ion 21--Openings In wall 22D--Roman senator's apparel 23--Small, electrified particle 26--Sharp 27--Safe 30--Boy's name 31--Country of south Asia (poatlo) 32--Ex-soldier S3--Long, narrow Inlet 34--Addition to a letter 35--An appointment to meet 37--Uncanny 38--Nickname for Beatrice 19--Auditory organs 41--Lyrics 43--Stiff 45--Elector 47--Wireless 49--Murmur of a fellnn 59--To point 2--To allow the use of 53--Answer (abbr ) 54--Ofllcer ot a church Vertical. nnd by virtue of the Power f t!(1 of Sale contained in a moitgage from ' ""' C. Victoria Deen Butler and W a l t e r , ? u .: 0. Butler, her husband, dated March | 5, 1!)34, sind recorded among the Mortgage Records of Caroline County,' Maryland, in Liber T.C.H., No. 31, j oM'ic folio 3, which said mortgage was duly sij;neI to the undersigned Assignee an Act was ; r ; .3 [iropo ,ing .it to i- . _:il ;;. ..ion .'((j of ". t ' l ( \ n _ i ' 'it.on of tho . title " Legislative s.ction prohibiting is ial A-se. I'.iiy frtim nuthoriz- !· It ry, an:l pioviding for the /on i.f i .i! ' .'.mLiidnr.nt to the q u n ' i - i L l v e t e i a ol t i e State of Mr.ry- hiirl f j r :i'ioptin.i cr ic.cction; and V/jI."5I!!J/iS, at L/ie January Sisrion ".",,· of Maryland, h !il in li · ; . : . · i. ",'i, an Act war. p-.'js- cd, to C.'ni'n. r '!M luopusm;; to nil T. B. tested. 1 bull, 3 yum - old; I of the Court House in Denton, Caro- 2--Extent 6--Preposition 1--Damp 3--Allowed 6--Bird of fable 8--Sever'. 10--Printing measures 12--Heir 16--Sn-lne 18--' ID--In England, a laborer on roads, canals, etc. 22--Runs oft 26--PrlntlnK measures 28--Ancient Roman money FARMING IMPLEMENTS Seven tons mixed hay, 1 rick of ' on stubble hay, 1 stack of stubble hay, 1 set Fairbanks scales, 1 giain fan, 3 -c\thes, 1 shell fork, 1 seeder, 1 block and fall, 1 hog scaldcr, 1 disc, line County, Maryland, between the li^n*-^ nf Q.flA nn/1 A'flfl rtVl/ir»lr n in of 2:00 and 4:00 o'clock p. m., _ 1-hoise plow, 3 cultiva- T^lvalid .tors, ! bo.ii els, 1 hog box, 80 cypress 9--Weeding tools po.sts, ·! tre'tlc benches, 4 fence brac- I es, 4 shear poles, 18 iron posts, 6 hen 1 ~ A A t lJ hovels, 1 gasoline pump, 2 spades, 3 ral] . ' m i l k cans 2 buckets and strainer, 3 ( h o i s c collars, 2 sets chain harness, 14--Kills 2 pair leather reins, 3 bi idles, 3 sets I rope h n r n c h : , 2 leather back bands, . n nh.r. 80-Atmo» P h e r. 19--To say 33-- Dwells 36--General drift of thought »6--Tatters 18--Ill-bred persona 40--Atmosphere 41--To avoid 42--An Impression made on wa» 44--To partake of dinner 45--Certified public accountant (abbr.) 46--To free from 48--A short poem suitable to b» get to music 61--Personal pronoun ADMINISTRATRIX SALE and s a W S ,_l steel p u l l e y , 2 gal OF VALUABLE Answer To Last Week's Cross Word Puzzle iTl- PERSONAL PROPERTY AND REAL.ESTATE "Will on SATURDAY, NOV. 5 commencing at 10 a. m., sell at public sale at the Dowries etable in the town of Denton, personal property and real estate of the late Marion H. Downes. Property as follows: PERSONAL PROPERTY One large grain shovel, 17 chicken coops, 1 stable brush, 1 uet of platform scales, 1 set of horse clippers, 3 strings of bells, 10 HM nails, rubber hose, 1 sleigh, baskets, 2 sets of harness, 1 set of double harness, 6 horse collars, 2 bridles, 1 wagon, 1 dump wagon, 1 road cart, 30 ft. of 1 in. rope, 2 shovels', baskets, boxes, lot of lumber and framing, fence posts, lot of hay, 1 stove, 1 lounge, 1 desk and office chair, 1 set of de- horners, 1 double tree, 1 rocker, 1 box of Flares, 1 vise, 2 axes, 1 sledge hammer and wedge, 1 small International truck, 1 large International truck. LIVE STOCK One pair of mules and 1 horse. REAL ESTATE At the same time and place I will sell the following real estate to wit: All that land or parcel of lot situate, lying and being on the west side of Third stieet in the town of Den-i ton, Caroline County, Md., and beginning for the outbounds thereof at a stone on the West side of Third street in caid town, said stone being set at the end of a line drawn parallel with and fourteen feet south from a blacksmith shop, formerly occupied by Harry Roop, and running thence from said stone parallel with the aforesaid blacksmith shop to a stone on the brink of the hill near Second street, and thence continuing on in a straight line to Second Street, thence along the east eide of Second Street in a northerly direction to the Choptank River, thence along the east side of said river until it reaches Third Street, thence along the west side of Third Street in a southerly diiec- tion to the stone and place of beginning, containing the quantity whatever it may. It being the same land conveyed by Lawrence B. Towers and wife to the said George T. Redden by deed dated December 30th, 1918, and recorded in Liber L. B. T. No. 80, folio 247, one of the Land Record Books for Caroline County. This property is improved by a very large stable and shed, it has electric light 1 ' and running water, known as the Downes Sales Stable. This is the Old Downes Stable in the town of Denton and will be sold im- of steam engine cyl. oil, slab saw and shaft, 1 mill house, No. 2 Geiser saw mill, 1 Nichols and Sheppanl engine, saw du~t blower, 1 12-inch belt, .'5 rolls of 6 in. belt, cant hooks and yokes, saw shaft and pulley, 1 smoke stack 14 ft. long, and other things too numerous to mention. Also, 1 shanty, 8 ft. x 12 ft. 1 fihnnty, 10 ft. x 32 ft.; 1 shanty, 4 ft. x 4 ft. These shanties are located near the saw mill. REAL ESTATE At the same time and place I will sell the following Real Estate to wit: One hundred and foity-uine acii's of timber land in which the haw mill is located. All that piece or parcel of land situate lying and being in the Second Election DL=tiict of Caroline County, on the road leading from Baltimore Corner to Union, adjoining the lands of the late Lawrence B. Towers and others, containing one hundred and fpitv-nine acies of land more or less, it being the same land mentioned in a deed from the Commissioners of Caroline County to Marion H. Downes. This land is partly clear, partly in wood and timber. The sale of this land will take place on the premises, on the date above mentioned. This property is worth looking over before the day of sale. Sale will take place lain or shine. TERMS OF SALE mediately after the sale of the Personal Property above mentioned; this is an ideal building for a warehouse, sales stable, garage or private stable. chain and j baskets, 1 corn sheller, 1 tool box and contents, 1 paii sheep hears, G corn 37--Potential enerpy (physical Urm) knives, 75 cedar bean poles, 1 50- tooth drag, 1 land roller, 1 pile stove wood, 1 springtooth, 1 2-horse Oliver plow, 1 hay lake, 1 corn planter, 1 A-drag, 2 milk stools, 2 garden hoc-, 2 shovels, 1 leather whip, 1 feed box ' and mcasuie, 1 grub hoe, wire stictchei, 1 door truck, 24 feet; 1 barn tiuck, 1 cross-cut saw, 2 plant t-ettcrs and c u l t n a t o r teeth, 4 1-horse ticL"i, 1 2-horse tree, 1 U-horse tree, 2 timber chains, 2 milk carts, 1 2- hoisc wagon, 1 hog rack, 4 rolls Page wiie, 2 log chains, 1 ID Oliver plow (new), 1 19 Oliver plow, 1 grain drill, 1 mouer, 1 lopu, 1 block and fall, 1 hay fork haipoon, 1 wooden keg, 10 gal.; 1 step ladder, 2 rake-, 1 anvil, 4 hand saws, 1 square, 1 axe, 1 grindstone, 1 .spiiit level, 1 iron vise, 1 oil tiuck, 1 grub hoe, 1 iron shoe last, 2 crow-bars, 5 hng scraper 1 , 4 hatchets, 3 hammers, 1 pipe wrench, 3 iron wedges, 1 box carpenter tools, 1 pair tin scissors, 1 hack saw, 1 drawing knife, 1 lot good bolts, 1 box hook:; and snaps, 1 roll back banding, 1 lot junk, 1 wire clamp, 1 milk house, 1 lien cackle, 1 mail box, 1 new ground plow, 1 bench, 1 sulky cultivator. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Six kitchen chaiis, 1 kitchen table, 1 kitchen cupboard, 1 kitchen wasli slant], 1 Majestic range, 19 yards kitchen linoleum, 1 sewing machine, 1 table, G dining room chairs, 1 dining room rug, 10x12; 1 lot kitchen dishes, 1 iron pot, 1 ham boiler, 1 agate pot, 1 giiddlc, 3 frying pans, 1 ten-kettle, 2 lamps, 1 Axminstcr jug, 1 buffet, 2 small rugs, 1 single bed and budding, 1 wash bowl and pitcher, 1 grass rug, 1 bod and bedding, 1 bui eati, 1 wash stand, 2 tock- crs, C picture frames, 1 bed and bedding, 1 stand, 8 quilts, 1 linoleum rug, 1 chair, 1 lot extra bedding, 4 blankets, 2 lamps, 1 can lord, 1 clothes line, 1 fireplace set, 1 kitchen table, 1 couch, 1 porch rocker, 1 piece linoleum, 2 rockers, 1 table, 1 small rug, 1 clock, 3 pictures, 1 secretary desk and book case, 1 lot knives and forks, 1 lot fruit jars, 3 butcher knives, 3 wash tubs, 1 piece linoleum, 1 piece stove pipe (10 feet), 1 sausage stuffer, 1 roll linoleum, 1 set stove and pipe, 1 sausage grinder, 1 lard cooker, 1 wood stove, and other things too numerous to mention. EARLY 1936 PLYMOUTH AUTOMOBILE This represents the entire lot of peisonal property belonging to the late Tilghmnn F. Taylor. TERMS OF SALE Cash on day of sale. SHERMAN L. TRIBBITT, Administrator. Immediately after the above I will offer 1 RCA Victor Battery radio, nearly new; 1 crib 32x54, good condition; 1 Aladdin lamp, 2 kerosene lamps. MARY JANE RATHELL. TUESDAY, NOV. 1, 1938 All that farm containing 8D acres and 134 perches, more or less, situate in the Eighth Election District of Caroline County, Maryland, on a public road leading from Friendship- Union Grove road to Union Grove- American Corner road six miles West of Federalsburg. BEING all and the same property which wa? conveyed to the* said C. Victoria Deen . i u i l i n ^ ,,,,, Butler by deed from W. Brewster shovel,' 2 b u . ' Deen and Jessie W. Deen, his wife, Cash. HATTIE W. DOWNES, Notice lo Taxpayers ( WILL SIT FOR THE PURPOSE OF COLLECTING TAXES on the ' 'ollowing days and dales between the lours stated. ftderalsbnrg, Saturday, November 5th 1 p. m. till 4 p. m., Covey Williams' Store. American Corner, Tborsday, NOT. 10th 1 p. m. till 4 p. m., Sartain's Store. Greensboro, Saturday, November 12th 1 p. m. till 4 p. m., Fhe House. Ridgely, Thursday, November 17tb 1 p. m. till 4 p. m., Mitchell's Store. Preston, Saturday, November 19th 1 p. m. till 4 p. m., Covey's Store. flillsboro, Wednesday, November 23rd 1 p. m. till 4 p. m., Thompson's Hardware Store. Henderson, Saturday, November 26tb 1 p. m. till 4 p. m., J. C. Melvin's Store. This office will be closed at 12 o'clock noon on the above dates SHERMAN L. TRIBBITT, Treasurer of Caroline County. J3B EUL2G3C1 nun E ODE HEDE 3 B DEUE II3HHH fflDH GEDana QQLT? M NEWSPAPER Administratrix Sale of Personal and Real Estate Will on MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7 commencing at 10 o'clock, sell at public sale at the Downes saw mill located one mile south from the stone Auditor's Order Nisi. WESLEY E. THAWLEY and W. BREWSTEU DEEN, Assignees vs. JOHN H. JOHNS, JOSEPHINE JOHNS, his wifu In The Circuit Court For Caroline County. In Equity. No. 3478 Cliy. Ordered this IDLh dny of October 1038, that the Auditor's Report, made and filed in the above proceedings, be road from Baltimoie Corner to Golds- ratified and confirmed unless good bpro, Md : , Pcrsonn^Prppcrty-and Real cause to the contrary be shown within " 'three weeks from the 22nd dny of October, 1938, provided a copy of this order be inserted in some newspaper printed and published in Caroline Fourteen lots of lumber, lot o f ' County once in each of two successive railroad ties, fence posts, 12 cords of weeks before the 31et day of October Estate of the late Marion H. Downe--. Property as follows: PERSONAL PROPERTY dated October 5, 1931, and recorded among the Land Records of said County in Liber T.C.H., No. 92, folio 337. BEING also all and the same property covered by the mortgage first herein mentioned, to which deed and mortgage and the references therein contained reference L; hereby made for a moie particular description of this land. This farm is suitable for cultivation with crops raised in this county and locality. There are 46 acres suitable for cultivation and the balance woodland. The property is improved by a four-room frame dwelling and annex, barn and numerous other outbuildings. The property will be sold subject to the legal operation nnd effect of a prior mortgage, the terms of which and the balance due whereon will be announced at the time and place of sale. TERMS OF SALE ?5(K).00 cash will be required at the time and place of sale, balance upon final ratification of sale by the Circuit Court of said county. Deed and title papers nt cost of purchaser, Tuxes and other charges adjusted to June 30, 1938. WILLIAM D. GOULD 3RD., James Temple, Auctioneer. Advertisement NOTICE TO CREDITORS This is to give notice that the subscribers of Caroline county, have obtained from Tlie Orphan's Court for Caroline county, in Maryland, letters if administration on the personal estate of ALEX W. FLUHARTY late of Caroline county, deceased. All PCISOJIS having claims against the said deceased are warned to exhibit the same to the subscriber, with the vouchers thereof legally authenticated, on or before the 22nd day of April 1039, or they may otherwise, by law, be excluded from nil benefit of said estate. All persons owing this estate are required to make prompt settjcment. Given under our hands this 18th day of October, 1938. A N N I E A. FLUHARTY, WILLIAM J. RICKARDS, Administrators. pulp wood, lot of cord wood, 1 double 1338. cdger, 1 pump, 1 stable, tool-house, I 4 ft. x C ft.; timber wheels, 3 log chains, 3 cross cut saws, box of tools | cdger, 1 pump, 1 stable, tool-house, I T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clerk. 4 ft. x C ft.; timber wheels, 3 log True Copy--Test: - ' ' T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clerk. Auditor's Order Nisi W. BREWSTER DEEN, Assignee vs. -GEORGIANNA CLOUGH, LEMUEL R. CLOUGH, her husband tn The Circuit Court For Caroline County. In Equity. No. 3469 Chy. Oidcred this 19th day of October, 19.'18, that the Auditor's report, made ind filed in the above procccd- 'ngs, be ratified nnd confirmed, un- ess good_ cause to the contrary be shown within three weeks from the 22nd day of October 1938, provfded a copy of this order be inserted in some newspaper printed and published in Caroline County once in each of two successive weeks before the 31st day of October 1938. T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clerk. True Copy--Test: T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clerk. Notice To Contractors PVVA Project No. Md. 1111-3-F Board of Education of Caroline County, Denton, Md. Sealed bids for GENERAL CONSTRUCTION, including PLUMBING, HEATINK and VENTILATION nnd ELECTRICAL WORK, (ADDITION TO THE CAROLINE HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING), will be received by the Board of Education at the office of the Board until 11:00 A. M. Monday, November 7th, 1938, Eastern Standard Time, and then at said office publicly opened and read aloud. The Information for Bidders, Form of Bid, Form of Contract, Plans, Specifications, and Form of Bid Bond nnd Performance Bond may be examined at the said office, and at the office of Malone Williams, Architects, Salisbury, Maryland, and copies thereof obtained upon payment of $15.00 for each net. Any bidder upon returning such set promptly and in good condition, will be refunded his payment, and any non-bidder upon so returning such set will be refunded $10.00. The_ Board of Education reserves the right to waive any informalities in or to reject any or all bids. Each bidder must deposit with his bid security in an amount of not less than five per centum (5%) of the base bid in the form and subject to the conditions provided in the Information for Bidders. Attention of bidders is particularly called to the requirements as to conditions of employment to be observed and minimum wage rates to be paid under the contract. The estimated cost of the work to be performed under this contract is $40,000.00. No bidder may withdraw his biii within 45 days after the actual date of the opening thereof. (Signed) B. C. WILLIS, Superintendent of Schools. Date Octcber 21, 1938. .:duciiL to tlic qualified yotci3 oT th 3 Slats for ador-lion or rejection; nnd WHEREAS, at the January session of the General Assembly of Maryland, held in tho year 103V, an Act was passed, to wit: Chapter 525 proposing an amendment to Aiticle 15 of the Declaration of r.iglits of the Constitution of the !5tate of Maryland, authorizing the General Assembly to imposs ta\cs on incomes, and providing for the submission of said amendment to the f;ualilicd voters of the State of Maryland ior ridoption or rejection; in words and ligtircs as follows :'Ti::: -iw *w AN ACT tii iimiiiifei: 1111 aiir'BiliiiKnt to re- |iu! Hcilloil ;ii of ,\rlli K- A »t tlic I'nll- E l l i u t l u n lit tiiu- Si: .L of Marjiunil. illlc "LfgNIntiu* l)oi a i l . i n lit." ! -'l | l w i t l o n IirulilliilliiK Hi" «n.ii.-ial .\i-(.inlil Irniii uiillionziii;: a lni;-rj, nml prmldllu- Tin(tic? bulinii-vlii'i f ' a ' I inn lulu L-I t to I lie fjunlllii'il mtur.s ot tin? Mate ot M a r j land (or adoption nr ri'jn: uii. Si*.on 1. Ik- It! il I»y 11"' tiLi.iral AssLmMy of .i..r)l.:i il itlm-i; Iittlis m al. the me lulu ra of i.'i i of tin 1 lv." II'iii*» COiiuirrlii;;), 'ln:it .Si(lnii ..I) u Art I In !i of the 'Juiintliuiliin of tin 1 Mjtf f .Marj lanil, title "L ^isiut.v-j IMiailiintil, 1 lr llUiKlliK tliu iii ii AssMiiUly Ircim BI: thorlzlii^ lulti ry K"U | t ' 1 '«·' ;lll| l " '" ll "'' 111 rvpeakil ,( uciiiiilul l t i e lL-j;illy qullllcd TOUTS (if t l i - i-'lau. Jt Urdu |irmu!il. Sec. 2 Ainf lit It f u r t h e r i-iatlnl, 'i.'.:il the u f c i n ^ mi!; a.IK., nnint to I'IL- Coii-tllii tton vl tliu M j t u »f Maryl'inil tJMil, n: 111. next u i i s i i i n ^ K i u c i a l i!'Ulon fur m t i n l t i i h of tin- ti A^tn.bly f Maiyi.uiil I" lulimltlcil tii tin- I ^-Jl uuil i| ' u r t of tliu SUt- fur liit.r iHkiiitlun or r.'j i J«u. In imr. n inn- of tilt- i l l n ctluiij lontaliuil In ArtirV 14 of tliu dm l l t u t l n i i m tin Stale nt Marjl.nul, mid at tin- bai'l nuicral ulcL'.lun in" 1 *»li' l) » t' 11 - 1 B:lil1 1'rui'osul amendment to the CoiiMItiilion Hull I ' · by lullnt. anil upon irJi lul!Jt tin n- Hli.ill Lc iiriuli-il Ilii- minis: ' «'ur (·iniMtitiition.-! AiiiLKdiiiint" mill · Asaliiit ··oiislltiilnii'a AniriiiliiK-nt," a" now priirliktl by !J«. nml Ininii-ilUti'lv after tJliI fl ctlim lin- ri- lurns wliail lie inailc to tliu tjoicrnor of tin- tolo for =iid n«.ilnt.t |irnii»Hi!il ani-iuliii.-ul. us dlr. i-Uil by saul Fmirtreiith A r l l i · ' Iliu fiiiiitllulliin, ami f i i r t l i u r iirucwtlliia 1 " liad In jiL' w l l l i i-aiU Altaic 1 11. : May IT, 1'JlTi. Order Nisi CALVERT C. MERRIKEN, Trustee vs. JOHN R. MARINE In The Circuit Court For Caroline County. In Equity. No. 3490 Chy. Ordered this 24th day of October 1938, that the sale of the property mentioned in these proceedings, made and reported by CALVE11T C. MERRIKEEN, Trustee be ratified and confirmed unless cause to the contrary thereof be shown on or before the 30th day of November next; provided a copy of this order be inserted in some newspaper printed and published in Caroline County once in each of two successive weeks before the 7th day of November, next. The report states the amount of sales to be $220.53. T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clerk. True Copy--Test: T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clerk. Put In that classified advertisement. CJI-U'TEU 4'JI--V.'ST AX ACT to amend Section !!! uf Arl.i'e 4. title ".Hidliiaiy Uepartim-nl", biib-till- ·Tart I I I -- C i r c u i t Courts", uf IK 1 Cons t i t u t i o n of this HUU', to i.niiidu an additional Jin',;e In tlie Second Ciri ml ami to imitlde for (I.,- ·jiiliiiilKsluu of t-'iltl amendment to tliu i|ii.illtloil \ o t i r s of t h i n Slule lor adoption «r rejection. Section 1. «« It cntuli'il by Hie Oncral Asscmblj t-T (thru fifth i of all Iliu members elected lo eacll of tin- t\\" Houses coiieiirriin:). That "'«' foil""'"!? bcctlou be nml the tame Is lierehy proposal us an amendment tn Section 'Jl of .UlicU ^ title "Jmllrliirj Deimrtim-nt", sub-title "I'nrt III--Circuit Court-*", of t!ie Constl t u t l u n uf Hie State, ami If adopted by tlic li-nal ami ((uallllcil loti-r.i tlien-of as herein nrmldi'il, U B!IJ|| »up»TMMle and ntaml In tlie place ami fcU-ad oC .Section 'Jl of tmlil Artk-lu 4. 21. Tor each of tue bald clr.ults. ei- ceptlng Hie eli;litu, tlic M'loml, the tlilnl anil the blxtli, HUTU Hhull lc u cl.a'f Judis- anil t w o ntiMiclnte Jniltli-s. to be i-lyliil J lid Keg of the Clrmlt Court, to be bilfcttil or appointed n i licn.ln provldeil. nml for the BLtond circuit, the tl.lrcl circuit anil the sixth circuit, there shall be a chief ]uilj,v und tUreu nssotlalc Jinlccs ti be n l j l u i l JilOft-a of tlie Circuit Court, to be i l i c t n l or appointed na liereln |iro\lckJ. Anrt no cwo of snlil a-soelntc judgeh, for any of the Bald circuits, excLiit tlie t h i r d and Blxtli circultH sliull. nt the tliu · of their election or appointment or during tlu term for nhlch they may lia\e been i l e i t i d or appointed, reside In the *.ime louniy. If tun or more iiersoua bhill be L-jnilldates Cor associate Juiltfj In the same c o u n t j In any ot llu- circuits, except tliu third and sixth circuits, that oi.e only In bald county «linll be declared elected wlm has the nli;Ii- cat iiiimber of note's In the circuit. In cat-e nay two caudldat-s for nujoclate jinU'e In any of the circuits, txcept the lldrd and sixth clrcnltu, residing In the tame ·oni!t shall liaie an fiiimi iiiimber of lute greater than any othcT cmidiilaloa for usta elate JuilKi! lu tlie circuit, It bliall he tin duty of the Uo\ernor to erder a new eac- tlon for one associate juilKe; but tin.- per sou reildlnc In any other county of the circuit and uiio has Hi · hlKlni-t iniiiili r : ictca shall be dcclarL'd elected. 'Hie tali Jiulk'ea slinll hold not Ivan than tv.i li'iiu-. of th? Clrtult Court In lath of tliu countlc composini,* their rcspictlte circuit3, at bin. times ns ure now or may hereafter bu jir*. 1 bcrlbcd to \\hlcli Jurors shall be Mini moiicd; and In (Lose r u u u t k s nhi'rc only t\io such terms ere held, Uui otlier nml Intcrmcdlalc terms, to which jurors bhall noC be; they ri.iy alter or Hi tho times for holdini: any or nil terms, until otliLTuIbe jirebcrlbcd, and Ehnll adopt r;i!cn to Hie end that all busine s n u t r.- ijulrlni; the Interposition of tlie jury Bhall be, as far as practicable, dlsporcd of at said Intermedlnto terms. One \ui\ga lu each of the nhoie clreuitx, IncliidliiK tho evconil, the third mid » l \ l h i l r t u l l i , t-lnill cniiHii- tut"e a iiiioriim for tlu traiitjetlim of an; business; and the K.ild ]iidi;e-H or any til them nr'y liold special terms of their e'onrls, nlicr.exer In tiiclr discretion the business of the huoral countli'H renders such terms iRcchyary. The additional nt- Boclatc judcu for the t h i r d ctruilt elected In occoidani-e n-llli the terms nf the Con- Btltntlonal Ami'iulmcnt he'rctofore bub- mltted and ado]ited shall be biibjcrt to .tho same coiistltutlunal provisions, hold bit ofllcu for the sain · lerm of jcar.s. ruche the same coinpen--jtloii and bnie the uaniL- powers as are herein ]iro\ tiled for Ihe other associate Jud^eM In the third circuit. The additional nj oclclc ji da for the second circuit lu relit provided fur nil-ill bo a resident of Cecil County, shall be ap pointed by the (Jovernor .iflcr the expiration of six (G) months nrter Ihe ndoiitlon of this amendment and shall tcrte u n t i l the llrbt (,'ere'ral election for members of the (icncral At s,Mil Id v that slinll be licit! In (aid circuit niib.seiiuent to the adoption of this nmi'iidmi'iit, nt v: I itch election his succoiibor shall be elceted b tliu uunllHed voters of Cnrollnc. CVeJI, Kent. QIICC.I Anne's ami Talbot Countlea, eoiiklltutlni: the Becond circuit. "'he jinlfc KO ii| pointed shall be subject to t h e bame constitutional provisions, rcivno tlu lam compensation arid ha.e tht sain" powers as are herein provided for the otlicr associate Julitres in the hicond clr.'iilt, and tin- Judge no elecli'd shall be MihJiU lo the Eftme constitutional provision, holil 111* olllce for the BUIne ILTIII of .x.arh, receive the same ronipensatlun, and h:i\c Hie same powers OH ore herein ]ir.i\lcl'd fnr the other associate Judges In (In- Bicond clr cult. Tlio additional Jud:;? for tle t!.\tli clr cult herein provided for »nil liirr.'il by tin quallflcd voter* of Frederick and Montgomery Counties at the I0.1S iIccllin In accordance with the terms of the Consll- tiltlonal Amendment heretofore submitted and adopted shall be subject lo the name constitutional provisions, rccelre tip Name compensation and Iiate the KIIII pimers as are herein provided for the 1 other astn- elate judges In the sixth circuit ami hli Biirccssor Bhall be appointed and/or rlcrlcd In accordance wllh the constllutlonnl prn- visions relating to Judges. The Chief Jtidgr may ba elected from either Frederick or Montgomery Counties, but when Ihe Chief 1«. tluciud. from Frederick. Count) W.I.B r. -,.|v..l -hall dnl.'il \ihiirc i l i c t l i m uimld prorldi- the I'lTinltti'd n i i m b i r ( f a^uilal* 1 jmlBPs from tilil e o u i ' t y nnd t'u- l a n d l d n t e or randl d-itis as the -asp may be 1 . rcitillnK In thp oilier r u i i i i t v , nnd not plinllarly (ll?i|uall- lU'.l, vihn phall ha.e tin- next lilfhi'«t uum- I»T of .-itcs In snlil ilcclloii sliall be de- ( U t t i d . If, by reason of such · i o n d l l l i i n or by rt n c n n nf an equal ^ote Itir l\\n or mure* landldiites a sulllclcnf mi nbi r of asHji!ati- J m l ^ i s duly quallflnil n" t» n «ldi lire as n l i r n c set out should nit he i i i c i d l nt any ih--tlon In bald sixth j u d l l i l i l r e u l t . t h e n It phall be the duly nf t h u fiuveriiur to order a new election fur F'ich u n f i l l e d iiinci- nr onlrtH. S'«c 2 Anil ba It f u r t h i r enacted. That ttm nrun-Kolni; K » i ( l i m hereby proposed as mi .inieiidini nt to Ihe O i n M l l u t l o n of this Stale shall be, at tin- next eloetlnn tn be lielil In Ibis Slate In the Jcar 1'J.iH. ' i l i i n l ! ( d to the Irj,-.ll and ciunlllied lotirx I'l-renf fur tlielr adoption or rejection In pursuance of dlr« thins ronlaln^d In Article H of tin 1 ronstltiitlon of this State, nnd et I lii '.lid fc-Liii r:il c h ( t l j n , the lole on the said p r o p u ^ i d an.i. nilnunt shall be by ballot. and upon inch ballot there shall IK printed tlie words "For the Constitutional Ann nilinent" and "Against the Constitutional Amendment," na now prescribed ty l.v.r, and Immediately after Bald election. due returns Bhall be made to the flovprnor nf the \ o t e for and seal nut said proposed aim ndiiK'iit rn directed by eald Article 14 nf tlic C n l l K t l t l l t l n n . A p p n i M d : May 18, 1037. CHAI'TEK 525-1917 AX ACT to propose an amendment to Article 15 of the Declaration of Itlchts nf tliu Constitution of the State of Maryland, authorizing the General Assembly to lni[io" icTt-H on Incomis, and providing for the MihmhMon of said n i n f n d - nii-it to the iiualillcd voters of the State of Maryland for adoption or rejection. Section 1. lie 11 cnoi ted by the General \ss mbly of Maryland (three H f t h s of all tl;e member* ot inch of the t u o Hous,n TOiiiurrlni;), Ibat Ihe following nnicndmvnt be and the eame Is liereby prnposod to Artlde ID of the Declaration of Ullits of tin- Constitution of the .State of JIaryland, tlie same, if adopted by the legal and i|uall- ned vottrs of the State, as herein pro- \lded, to become Article 15 of the Derlara- tion of IIItrlits of the Constitution of ttic Slate of M a r j l a n d . Art. 15. That the levying of taxes by the poll la grievous and oppresshe and ourlit to be prohibited; that paupers ouch) not to be assessed for tlie support of the Go\ernment; that the (icueral Assembli Bhall, by uniform rules, provide for sepa' rate nbfcessment of land and clnssitlcatlon and hub-classillcatlon of improvements on land und personal property, as It may iheui proper; and all taxes thereafter provided to IIP levied by the Slate for the support of the central State Government, antl by the counties anil by the City of Ilaltlmnre for their rcspcctlie purposes, shall be uniform as tn land within the Inxln? district, and uniform \vlthln the class or sub-class of linpro\cments on laud and personal property which the respective tnilnc ponem may have directed to be subjected to the tax levy; yet flnen, duties or taxes n.aj pro] erly and justly be Impm-ed. or laid ·wllli n political \lf\r for the jiood Government and benefit of the community. Taxes may be Imposed »n Incomes, which may be classified, trradnatcd and progressive- and the exemption of a rca^onaniu amount of rncome from taxation may be provldul and aaf'a taxes may lie In lieu of taxes on any class or classes of real or personal prop- u r t y as. the General Assembly may determine. Sic. 2. And be It further enacted. That tliu aforc'dolnff amendment to the Declaration of Itfchts of the Constitution if the Statu of Maryland shall, at the election to be held In November, 1BH8, be submit ted to the legal and quallflcd voters of the Stale for tlielr adoption or rejection. In pursuance of the directions contained in Article 14 of the Constitution of the State of -Mar; land, and at the said general election the vote on the bald proposed amendment to the Constitution Hbnll be by ballot, upon each ballot there Bhall be printed the words: 'Tor Constitutional Amendment" and "ABalnM Conntltntlonal Amendment", as now provided by law, and Immediately after said election due returns shall be made to the Governor of the vote for and aKullist proposes! amendment, as directed by bald Fourteenth Article of the Constitution, and further proceedings had In ac- cimlancc v,Ith Eald Artlclb U. Approved: May 18, 1937. NOW. THEREFORE, I, HARRY W. NICE, GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OP MARYLAND, in pursuance of the direction contained in Section 1 of Article 14 of the Constitution of Maryland, do hereby order and direct that this proclamation containing a full, true and correct copy of the text of said Chapter 463 of the Acta of the General Assembly of Maryland of 1935, nnd said Chapters 494 and 525 of the Acts of the General Assembly of Maryland of 1937, he published in nt least two newspapers in each of the counties of the State where so many may be published and where not more than one may be published then in that newspaper, and in three newspapers published in the City of Baltimore, one of which shall be published in the German language, once a week for at least three months next preceding the general election to bo held in the State of Maryland on Tuesday, the 8th day of November, 1938, at which election the said proposed amendments to the Constitution shall be submitted in form and manner prescribed by the General Assembly, to the legal and qualified voters of the State for their adoption or rejection. GIVEN UNDER MY HAND AND THE GREAT SEAL OF THE STATE OF MARYLAND. DONE AT THE CITY OF ANNAPOLIS, THIS 20TH DAY OF JULY, IN THE YEAR OF OUR LORD, ONE THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-EIGHT. HARRY W. NICE Dy th« Governor. E. RAY JONES Seerttttry of State. cense until such license ihall have been issued. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted That this Act shall take effect June 1. 1937. Approved: March 22, 1937. NOW, THEREFORE, I, HARRY W. NICE, GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF MARYLAND, pursuant to the authority and direction contained in Section G (a) of Article 16 of the Constitution of Maryland, do hereby order and direct that this Proclamation containing a full, true and correct copy of Chapter 91 of the the Acts of the General As. cmblj of Maryland of 1937, be published in at least two ncwspapcih in each of ilie Counties of thu State wheiv so inai.y may be published and where fioi tnoi e than one may be published thsn ;n that newspaper, and in three newi- pjpeiv published in the City n tJ.,1- timore, one of w h i c h shall be pj'.- lishud in the G u m a n language, in lueh manner and lor sucli time; as is provided in Section 1 of Article 1-1 of the Constitution of Maryland. GIVE.f UNDER MY H A N D AND THE GREAT SEAL OF THE STATE OF MARYLAND. DONE AT THE CITY OF ANNAPOLIS, THIS 20TH DAY OF JULY, IN THE YEAR OF OUR LORD, ONE THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-EIGHT. TH, N I! \IIP.Y W . N i C K ·IUAT«KAL \ M'J "'« tiovcnor: E._«AY JON-JS iiiy o; .' -ttt. 1938 PROCLAMATION OF THE GOVERNOR OF MARYLAND * STATE-WIDE REFERENDUM. WHEREAS, at the January, 1937 session of the General Assembly of Maryland, an Act was passed known as Chapter 91, fixing the time within which marriage license may be issued; in words and figures as follows: CHAl'TEU 91 AN ACT to repe-al and re inact with amendments Section C of Article IK of the Annotated Code of Maryland (11)21 Edition), tltlo "MarrliiBes", to Hi the time within which marrlaec license may be lasued. Section I. Be It enacted by the General Assembly of MnryUnd. That Section 0 of Article 02 of the Annotated Code of Maryland (18J4 Kditlon), title "MarriaKca", be and It la hereby repealed and re enacted with amendments' to read, aa follows: 5. Before the Clerk of any of the Courts aforesaid shall issue any license he shall examine one of the contracting parties to the marriage, under oath, who shall appear personally before the Clerk and make application for HID bunie, nnd Ihe Clerk iLall ijiccrtaln: fljat, Hit full nam« of the. carties: second, their place of residence; third, their age; fourth, their color; flfth. whether married or single; ilith, -whether related or not. If no, in which desrce of relfttlonaldp; Kctcnth, If ever divorced; nhlch facts upuu the p a j m c n t of one dollar (flOfl) an an application fee Khali bo «ot out in printed fiirni to be Hlfiied by the person mnkliik" the application, and no inli license to marry hhall be delivered iy Ilic CIcrt u n t i l after the expiration of Torty-elBht (-I8 lionra from the time an- illc.illon In made therefor: provided, how- eier. that any Jmlce of tliu Circuit Court if Ihe county In n-lilcli the application is iiadp or. If madr In llnltimore Clty.,*ny udpe of the Court of Common I'lea«, fnr oocl and sufllclont cause aliown, may, by nn order In \\rItliiR sinned by him, au- horlze the Clerk to dclhrr such HCPIISP RECEIVER'S SALE OF VALUABLE Personal Property OF THE Goldsboro Bank CONSISTING OF MORTGAGES, J U D G M E N T S , PROMISSORY NOTES, BILLS OF SALE, REAL ESTATE, STOCKS AND BONDS, CHOSES IN ACTION, AND OTHER EVIDENCE OF DEBT By virtue of an order of sale, parsed by the Circuit Court for Caroline County, Maryland, in Equity, in a cause wherein the State of Maryland is complainant, and the Goldsboro Bank, is defendant, No. 2949 Chancery, dated August 16, 1938, the undersigned Receiver will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder, t'or cash, at the Court House door, in the town of Denton, Maryland, on TUESDAY, NOV. 1, 1938 beginning at ten o'clock, a. m., all of the remaining assets of the Goldsboro Bank, consisting of notes, judgments, mortgages and real estate practically all of record in Caroline County, Maryland, and all other bills receivable, judgments, choses in action and chattels owing by divers parties to the said Bank, stocks and bonds, bills of sale and accounts. Each of the notes, judgments, mortgages, bills receivable, choses in action and chattels, real estate and stocks and bonds here advertised to be sold is particularly set out and described in a paper writing or List, a copy of which is on file at the office of the Bank Commissioner of Mary"and, Receiver for said Goldsboro Bank, at said Bank Commissioner's office, in Baltimore, Maryland, and at the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court for Caroline County, Maryland, at Denton, Maryland, and at the office of William J. Rickards, solicitor for said Receiver, at Denton, Maryland, where same may be examined and inspected by all interested parties, and full particulars of each item ascertained, said List containing 1 , as to each item to be sold, the name of the debtor, the date and kind of the instrument by which the debt is evidenced and the amount claimed to be owing thereon. All interested persons,"including those indebted on any of the items to be sold and all parties that might be interested in the purchase of any of said items are urged to call and inspect said List, prior to the day of sale, which inspection and examination of said List may be made at the said Bank Commissioner's office, in Baltimore, Maryland, or at the office of the Clerk of Court, Denton, Maryland, or at the office of William J. Rickards, attorney, at Denton, Maryland, upon all business days, between the hours of 9 A. M. and 4:30 P. M. Any item here advertised for sale and itemized on the List above referred to which may be paid or satisfactorily disposed of prior to the day and hour of sale will not be offered at the public sale. On the List above referred to each item to be sold is numbered, and will be offered for sale according to number, but inspection of said List will enable all interested persons to aa- .ertain the particulars of each numbered item, and the items will be of- cred at public sale by number, and :he description of each given when and as offered for sale. The above assets will first be of- 'ered separately, then in groups, and chen as a whole, and will be sold in whichever way the most money can be realized therefor. According to Law, said remaining assets cannot be sold otherwise than without recourse, and without warranty of any kind or character, and subject to the final ratification of said sale or sales by the Circuit Court for Caroline County, Maryland, in Equity. WARREN F. STERLING, Receiver for the Goldsboro Bank. William J. Rickards, Attorney. A. J. Dhuc, Auctioneer. «t ntiy tlmo nflor tlio application therefor t Rliall to i i n l n n f u l for tho clerks of nny of tliw courts nrorcnalil to make nulille ihr ORDER NISI WM. D. GOULD, 3RD, Assignee vs. JOHN R. HOLLAND and MARY E. HOLLAND, his wife In the Circuit Court for Caroline County. In Equity. No. 3494 Chy. Ordered this Gth day of October 1938, that the sale of the property mentioned in these proceedings, made and reported by WM. D. GOULD, 3RD, Assignee be ratified and confirmed unless cause o the contrary thereof be shown on or before the 8th day of December 1938; provided, a copy of this order be inserted in some newspaper printed and published in Caroline County once in each of four successive weeks before the 7th day of November 1938. The report states the amount of sales is $1,000.00. T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clerk. True Copy--Test: T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clerk. N O T I C E To whom it may concern: Having severed my connections with the Wy-Hnr Poultry Farm and Wy-Har Farm six years ago, I will not be responsible for any bills contracted by cither concern. - - - --· . . . » . * , .-»*..· *u- inuikl- |i u i l 11^ I J i r fct «Wi,t\A V J \-M k l t U l . ^.VJII^.*- 1 *!· net of an. auuUcullou fot t, nmrrJMa U (10-22-31) W. D. PICKERING. iWSPAPLRl

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