The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 3, 1945 · Page 5
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Iola, Kansas
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Wednesday, January 3, 1945
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TOLA; KSNS^- Tfiffi i6lA"RE^ISTEH/WEIpESDA 3, 1945. SSI ANNOUNCEteNTS Coming Sales Dates ITfESDAY. JAN. 9—Mlllhoiland and Wqlford sale, 5 miles southeast HumboUit. at 11 a.' m. See large ads in Register Decepiber 27, January 4 and 5. 1—^Auctions AUCTION SALE—In 1 he northwest piut of LaHai-pe. Thirsday, January 4th. beginning at 1:00 o'clock p. m. sharp. The furniture and lumi.shlngs of my i-room house • Including tjood Phllo radio; tools, garden plow, wire, garden tools. 1933 Ford V-8 coi heifer calf, baled and fniUet hay, a' shelled corn, and a; merous to mention; teer. Auctioneers. A, Owner. Errol McCuUough, Cleric. 3—Strayed, Lost. Foand Whiteface ,y, loose cane 15 bushels Icles too nu- iver & Ut- L. Rockwell, 1!L lilt 1,1. -i- QUICKIES By Ken Reynolds LOST - Two-lone brown .sweater niTir home Thursciijy evening. Blanch.- \'I<KA. 210 j .North r.ut. ICST—Brown louih.pii billfold, inl- .ti:!!-; L. N. C. bi'".\v('^n ">qiiare and :n? South Oak: contains valuable IJ.Tpprs imd money. Reward. Elrov - Ciiriestf-n.son. Phonel 43, ^O.ST—Brown leather billfold con- tiiininii money and valuable papers, between Flamsay'.s and Reynolds, Saturday niijht Reward. • Jack Campbell, PiqUa, or leave at _ Register office. j "AlTfOMOtlVE 5—AntomobOes For jSale To Genuine j Ford HATTERIES 'Fhe sia'h. Pil practjically every e;,r ;;iid jjuckelbook. Good .stock] of SEAT COVERS EEEIOTT MOTOR CO. PHONE 893 205 S. JEFF. "I might as well tell you, George, my diamond ring didn't go down the drain pipe—I sold it last week with a Register 'Want Ad!" BUSINESS SERVICE 9—Services Offered HAULING—j Local and long distance; also^ haiiling stock to Kansas City. Earnest Tipple. Phone 1200. ROOMS FOR RENT 33— Rooms EMPLOYMENT FRONT SLEEPING ROOM for rent: furnace heat. Mrs. C. E. Belknap, 4U'2 East Madison. Real Estate for Sale 1024: DODGE PICKUl?. fair rubber, motor <; GOC 1. a2o South Washington. WE HA-VT: MECHANICS • AVAILABLE OUR IMPLEMENT DEFT to work on your, tractors and f.irm machinery. BUD WHITE IMPLEMENT DEPT. S:iles >lohn Deeire Service 6-^Anto .Accessories, Tires, Parta 13—Help Wanted—Femate | WOMAN to do general housework, j either part time or all time. Phone j _802. i 14—Help Wanted—JIale HELP WANTED Auto Mechanic Good Wages ROSS ARBUCKLES GARAGE 40—Farms and tiond For Sate 164 ACRES, extra good, level, productive land; all but 2 acres can be farmed with tractor; school house, 1 mile east of Leanna is on north Une of farm. This faim Jias always been paying good rate ol intere.=;t rented. Price S5500.00. Ed, 823 South Washington, lola. LAHARPE, Jan. 3.—Pvt. Elwin Robinsoiu -son of Mr. and Mrs. Moce Robinsoi>, has received a medical discharge and is at home with his family In; lola. Rev. ai^d Mrs. H. J. Bedver of Palls City. Neb., visited with Mr. and Mrs.Xieorge Bauer over Christmas. Mii^ Kahl and Mrs.' Alvine were Ch^tmas day guests also of Mr. and:iMrs. Bauer. Miss EUeen Anderson is -suffering withra blood boll near her eyo. She wasimable to teach her school at Golden Valley Tuesday , Mr. ai^ Mrs. G. B. WilUams of Parsons eame Saturday for a short visit with Mrs. Williams' parents. Mr. and Mrs, Austin Paddock. They returned home Sunday and their children, i Marlerie and Dean who had been?vlsltlng theij- grandparents, accompanied them home. Mr. at*d .Mrs. Travis DeWitt of Chanute >*-ere supper guests of their aunt and; uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Lloj'd Wagner, ^ew Year's eve. Mr. ai^ Mrs. Mote Robinson returned i^m CoffeyvUle last Thursday whei'e they had been visiting their daiighiers Mrs. Marion -Edwards a^d Mrs. W. L. Burge an;l families. \ Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mc'Vey and Mr.; and Mrs."?Raymond Eisenbrandt were New Year's dinner guests of Mr. and MrSi George Bauer. Mrs. iLbren Barker and little daughter? arrived home from Spokane. WsBh.. Tuesday morning. They had bee^ in the west while Mr. Barker had been .stationed at Pai-- ragut, Idaho. He has been: moved into Call|ornia for the present. Mr. John W. Baker who died in Tola wasfa former resident -of La- Harpe and was burled in LaHarpe Tuesday.', Mrs. Kienrteth Paddock attended the fimeiial of Mrs. Rockwell held in lola Tuesday afternoon. Mr. aiiji Mrs. E. O. Banta and their so^, Orval spent the holidays witji their daughtek Mrs. Austin I^ets and her family near Wellington, Kas. Orval ; Banta, who is dijan of the vocational education Sjate Junior • College at Trinidad.^ Colo., relumed to Trinidad Satiijday. PAGE FIVE LOCAI, PBODVCT Oradad E^: No 1 37c No. 2 32c Checks 30c Ungraded 36c No. 1 Butterfftt '. 470 No. a Butterfftt 44c Sweet Cream 60o Hens ,.4-5 Iba. __ aoc No. 1 Llsbt Hens, under 4 lbs_18c Heavy bred spfli)gs,.2 n». up Light springs. 3 Ite. and up . AH cocks and stags, lb. _23c --14C All classes No; 3 Poultry, 8c lb. less Oreen Hides ._1J calves 12 .00 -13 .50; small lots me-" diuin and good stock steers and mixed calves 10 .00 -1150. Hogs 3500; active to all interests steady; with Tuesday 's best time; good and choice 180 lb. up mostlv 14.50; few 140-170 lb. 14.00-40: sows 13.75. Sheep 11,000; moderately active, limited early trade killing classes steady; nimierous shipments held higher; good and choice trucked in native lambs 14.25; best load lots held above 14.75: good and choice -slalaghter ewes 6.60; .some held above 7.00. Colony News .40—Farms and Land For Sate : 80 ACRES—Well improved, to settle ' estate: 5'j miles southwest of lola: rock road, electricity, ga.s. Georgia 1 Brvant, 309 South Elm. WAITRESS wanted at South Street Cafe. FINANCIAL 40.4—Suburban For Sale .•\ni i-tYecze. Sl.bO Gallon. WILSONSERVICE 301 North Washington 18—Money to Loan—Insnrance INSURANCE, Surety Bonds, Real Estate. Farm Loans. Notary Public. The R. L. Thompson Agency. INSURANCE, Real Estate. Bonds, ?arm and City Loans. Charles M. _Punk. UVESTOCK O-ROO.M HOUSE in Gas City. inc. 9 lot-s, I'., lots in berries: gas, lights and water. For details address Box 89. care Register. 41—Houses For Sate 7^ROOM MODERN HOUSE, . 4'-.blocks from square. 615 Soutii Washingtxjn. Phone 921J. THEY TRIED. ANYWAY Ft. Leavenworth. Kas.. Jan. 3. (API—The army careers of Don Smith a.i\& Gerald Amos Baldwin, who Do.<f Moines selective service officers are 15 and 16 years old respectively, may be of .short duj-- a:ion. The two were inducted into the armv liew Mondav. but ihe.v will be di.-ichart;Sd immediately if verification of ^iheir aaes show them to' be under,, draft ase. .says Maj.,G. B. Nemec. ijommnnding officer at the induct iorj .'^tlon. LEftAL K.C. Livestock Close KaTisas City, Jan. 3. (AP)—(WFA) , Cattle good to choice slaughter 10c I steers 10-15 higher on spots: load of [medium weichts mostlv choice 15.7.5: Kansas City Prodnce : around 5 loads strictly good and Kansas 'Cityi' Jan. 3. (AP) —Pro-choice still unsold: load good .stron;j duce: All prices unchanged. i wefeht heifers 13.75; odd heiad good : cows 11..50-13.OO. ' Kansas Citv Grain Hogs unchangeo. Kansas City, Jsn 3. (AP).-Wheai i ?*ieep:aambs uneven; good and tone ]ow°r-to 1 higher; No 2 "^^oice lots .steady to strong: lower dark hard 1.61 !i-168' No. 2 r^c: R^^,^^* '^^''elv steady: other killing 1.69^i-1.69^S. ~—. —• -v.-..- COLONY, |an. 1.—.^ -second Oak Leaf cluster has "oeen awarded to Tech. Sgt. Vergil L. Calahan, son of Mr. and K^rs. A. G. Calahan who live east of , Colony. Strt. Calahan holds the Ai/ Medal and two Oak Leaf clusters ^low. They were awarded to him fot coohiess, courage aacl skill displayed in bombing attacks ; over Germany. He is a waist ;in a B-17 Flying Fortre.':s group of ' the 8th Air I'oree. I "Sgt. Lee C}ilUland of Te.xas aiui Mrs. Lee GillUand and .son of Kansas Citv visltiKi Sgt. GilUlands pnr- ent.s. Mr. and'Mrs. Joe Gillilar.d -.w.'i I other relatives and friend.s. Mr.^. Lee Gilliland's brother. Bob Knifh: I of Kansas City, accompanied them \ here. A-C Dean Chatterton and Mrs. Ch.^tterton who have been visiting • at the parental Earl Chatterton • home have gone to Greenville. Miss . : where Mr. Chatterton will take ad'• vanced training. ' ^L-s. Ted Penland returned .Satiu- ^ day evenina from Kansas City \ where she went through u ehnic. Mrs. Guy Cox is at the Fort S^.ott Iiospital receiving treatments. Pfc. Billy Simpson of Cainji Eliis. III., spent tlie week-ena here W!t:i , home folks. Rev. and Mrs. M. .M. Caii;m:ic.< have returned to their homi> U. 1'-- pi'ka alter visiting at the jjaienlal Ted Penland home. A. M. M. 1-C KcurniM Cr.iiiinur i.s now in Chic.igo att'.-ndin;; a :;a\::l school. Mr. Dickcr.'-on has been ill ilie ))a .'L few days. Hi.<;'Uiur Mrs. F '.L Jaikson is ui- ib!.' to b.- at i'.er work at the driiu .imss No ^'TwhTte' nSTi7 '^128^' N ^i ' ^4:75: good and choice truck in na- m?xed Cm 11?^1 13 -1 ' i l'*25; many loads medium and mixed nom 1.1-1.13 4. I ^^^^ arrivals 13.50; medium and j good yearlings 11.50-60: top ewes •Mllo maize 1.81-195. 'J-"^^- others 6.50-7.00. Kafir 1.86. . Rye 1.16. FRENCH POINT OF VIEW Barley 1.01-1.12. Paris, Jan. 3. lAP)—Reflecting French resentment against what is corisidered Allied "pampering" of German prisoners, the humorous classes steady; good and Kansas fed lambs 15.00: choice others Oats tone 1-2 higher; No. 2 whit nom 74-73" Kansas City E .stlma.ted Receipts i Kansas Icity,' ;Jan: 3. <AP)-Ad- !^^^1^, ..Le canard Enchaine" todav vance estimated livestock receipts pictured Nazi prisoners at an Ameri- for tomorrow:. Cattle 2500: calves ^an mess table, with an irate U. S. 500: hogs 2500: §heei3 6.000. '.soldier-waiter shaking a finger at ~ 'them and saying: Kansas City Livestock | "If your damned Wehrmacht keeps Kansas . Citv. Jan. 3. (AP J — ' on massacring our prisoners we won't fWFA)—Cattle^: 6000: calves 900: ;"give you any dessert." fairly active, .slaughter .steers, heif- ] ers and cows .steady to strong: in- j before Franklin P. Adams was a .stances lG-15 higfier on beef cows: bulls firn); yealers, calves and stockers steadj: shipper demand broad on good .steers; kinds from 13.75-14.75 predominating and top; load around 1300 I 'D . 14.75; medium weiglits 14.85-15.00; some held around 15.50 a'ad above; few loads medium steers 12.25-13.25; small lots common ltf.00-50; medium and ; good heifers siid mixed yearlings I largely 1I.00-13',65: common and ! medium cows i8.50-ll.00; few good 11.50-12.00: canners and cutter.s | 6.00-8.00: medium and good sausage bulls 10.00-11.50; odd head beef kind 12.00-50: good and choice 'vealers 12.50-14.00: comparable grade heavy columnist or a radio celebrity he wa.". an insurance salesman, and also collaborated ha 1909 with O. Hemy on a musical comedy, "Lo." CASH for DEAD Horses • Cattle • Hogs Phone 83 lOLA FREE REMOVAL -OF- De^d Horses - Cattle - Hogs Hap SALVAGE WASTE FATS FOR EXFLOSiVES Telephone 638 lola lOLA RENDEBIN6 WORKS WASH TUBES Cooperation BY LESLIE TURiNEK LEGAL GOOD USED; PARTS PIONEER AUTCi SALVAOa K17 South St.— Phone 868 22 —Poultry and Supplies FRIES FOR SALE- B. L. Kinkier -Phone 837W. BUSINESS SERVICE 9 _Services Offered CE.SS POOLS, septiq tanks, govem- nicnt toilets. smAll sanitary jobs. John L. Reed, lolK; Box 50. PASSENGER TIRE VULCANIZING I ''assenger Tire Recapping. TRACTOR Tire Service Complete., Dunlop Tiite Store Floyd "Chig" Mann j 05 East St. I Phone 156 .^EAL YOUR RADIATORS and cracked block-s for!25 cents. Plenty of good Sinclair alcohol. Service station and grocery for sale. Ed Hess, 823 South Washmgton. LICE-COLDS—Use Goodseli's Hoost Paint to rid your chickens of lice. Use kre-O-Kol for colds. See GoodseU Hatchery. Gas City. Kas. NEW SHIPMENT of Macomb brooder stoves; gas, electric, and oil. Buy early. Limited supply of each. Taylor Hatcheries. 23— ^Wanted—Livestock WANT TO BUY coUontail rabbits. John Reiter, 3 west, -i; mile south Colony. MERCHANDISE 24—Articles For SaUs GOOD GAS RANGE; also modem table top kerosene oil range. Ben Turner, Country Club. USE REGISTER WANT-ADS THEY PAY! DAILY RATES (Mialmum 15 Words) ' ONE DAY: I Per word i _2C THREE DAYS: \ Pi r word per day _1HC SIX DAYS: I'l-f word per day Ic ni.SPLAY KATES (Minimum One Inch) ONE DAY: Per inch 50c .THREE DAYS: Per inch i.. 45c CONTRACT! RATES (Minimum 3 Lines) 26 D.AYS: I Per Une per dajy — (9 lines to the Inch) GOOD USED CLOTHES of aU kinds. Suits, coats, dresses, formals, shoes, etc. 702 North Walnut. H. & S. CAL. 38 revolver and shells. $7.50; Mosberg .22 repeater rifle and shells, $20.()0. 406 South Sycamore. OVERCOAT and stiit, size 38. Inquire after 9 p. m. at Kelley hotel. 'First Published in The lola Register December 20. 1944.) NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT —.Administratrix. STATE OF KANSAS. ALLEN COUNTY, ss. In the Probate Court of said County In the Matter of the Estatt ct I Delia Adams, Deceased, Late o( ! ^lltn County. Kansas. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO the creditors, heirs, devisees, legatees and all others concerned, that on December 15, 1944. the imdersigned was. by the Probate Court of Allen County, Kansas, duly appointed and qualified a.s Administratrix of the estate of Delia Adams, deceased, late of Allen County. Kansas. .•\11 parties interested in said estate will take notice, and govern themselves accordingly. All demands not exhibited within nine months from the date of the first publication of the atiove notice .shall be forever barred. JOETTA CAMPBELL, Administratrix. Attest: A. M. DUNLAP, Probate Judge. PRANK W. TAYLOR. Attorney. (12) 20-27 (1) 3. (First Piiblished in The lola Register December 20. 1944.) State of Kansas, Allen Couiity, ss. In th'e Probate Court of said iCounty and State. In tlie Matter of the Estate of E. P. Sloan. Deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas to All Persons Concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in said Court by MaryvBell Sloan Decker praying for. that the descent of the South West Qiiarter of Section 8, Township 24,. Range 18, Allen :County, Kansas, ./rom the .said E. P. Sloan, deceased- and owned by him at the time of his death be determined and thatf the* same be assigned to the persons -entitled thereto and you are hereby required to file yo'ur written defenses thereto on or before January ;12, 1945, at 3 o'clock P. M., of .said day, in said Courts in the city of Ipla. Kansas, at which time and plac^ said cause, will b^ heard. Should j/ou fail therein, judgment and deciiee will be entered in due course ti^n s^id petition. MARY-BELL SLOAN DECKER, Petitioner. FRANK fW.TA 'nXJR, .'Vttyrfor Petitioner. (12) 20-27 (1) 3. ( YOU (MER£ "T YES.COL.BRlLL .VJECESTROYEd' I A.T vri<ui .M \ StJPPi;t5eXCEPlT FORDRl*Ni> OF isASCUNE WHICH WE H'lP IN AVALlEy FABTHEfi WHST.. THIS cosRiCiR 16 STILL IN AT yU5HAv<l, N 6EMeRAL HLEr TUK.WHE.M.WE HAOTOABAJJPJN THAT TO THE ADVANe»K->J JAiPS? THEW ">0U THIIsl<,6LiH. THAT 1 COULD LAWD THERE, AKiO REFL'iU m PLANE 7 W AND EASy COMFER WITH COKMAI^CER KAV, U.S.N. SUBS OFTEN WORK ON! JAr SHIP IN THOSE S.'ATE RS, i CC:CSEL..1'LL SEE THAT CNJE ) WATCKES FOR CAPTAlM EAt')5 - Si6NALEACH ICRM- X SO THESE WILL , ON THE D.ATE5 BE A SUBNSARiSiE^ ^ W.ENTIONEP!, OFF THE JAPANESE COAST .AT THIS POiSlT, V COWWANOER? IT'LL 6:vS ME .A VVAy BACK IFMV PLAfiS &0 ASTS.-^Vi GUARANTEED BATTERIES Recharging and Repairing. GEORGE R. HISER 224 N. Jefferson Phone 63 VICTORY BABY BUGGY, good condition. 802 South Washington. _Phone_167W. 27— Feed, Fuel, FertUizer* COAL FOR SALE—Charley Horde. Phone .154. 18% IMCO Economy lay mash, $3.00 cwt. lola MilUng Co. (First published in The lola Register, Dec. 20, 1944.) IN THE PROBATE COURT OF ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS. Estate of Henry Elmer Johnson, Deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas, to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that the undersigned, a creditor, hfes filed his petition in said Court, praying the Court for administration of said Estate of Henry Elmer John- BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES That's That! BY EDGAR MAJiT:.- son. Deceased, and for the appoint- _ _ ment of an administrator of said court at? the County Court House in (First Published in The lolia Register January 3, 1945.) In the ^v Probate Court of .Allen ; County, Kansas In th«r Matter of the Estate of Charles Jj. Arnold, Deceased. No. 6452 , NOTICE OF HEARING "The St^te of Kansas to all person.s conceme'd: You are hereby notified that i petition iias been filed in said Court by A. W. Young, administrator, praying 'Tor an order settling and allowing'his accounts as such administrator, determining descent aiid heirshlp.;^ ordering distribution of said est^e and discharging said ad- ministraj»or and his sureties, and you are Jiereby- required to file your written (defenses, thereto on or before Friday, "January 26. 1945., at 2 :00 P. M. 0? said day in said Probate estate and you must file your written defenses thereto on or before 12th January, 1945, at 10 o'clock 28—]|lQiisehoId Goods AXMINSTER RUG, practically new, 7'-jx9, bookcase, Thayer buggy. 620 North Washington Ave. ..4c CLOSING TIME j Want Ads will be accepted until 1 p. m. for that day's insertion except Sat!urday when they must be received by 10 a. m. PHONE 18 WE BUT, TRADE, sell, household goods and other article*. Hen- nlnger's. West Madison. WE BUY, SELL and exchange furniture, stoves, sewing machines. Ctirtis jFumiture. 29—Slachlnery and Tools PRIVATE SALE of horsedrau-n fami' machinery, cultivator, disk, harrow, com planter, mowing ma-' chine, plows, wagon, harness, team of mares. Ira Boman. 4V~ miles west, 1 south Elsmore. . 32r-Tfanted—To Buy the Cit> o.' lola, Kansas, at which time aiftJ place said caiise will be ! A vr i„ u , , I 'i^ard. Should you fall therein. Judg- 'of ^,nt. V.'i? City ment o^i decree wlU be entered In Shn,!)ri il, r ,1 heard. Iness mj^ hand in the City of lola Should jou fall therein Judgment , in .-aid county and state this Janu• ary 3, 1.945. A. W. YOUNG. Petitioner. SPENCIJR A. GARD. - At^rney for Petitioner. (1) 3-1(^17. and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. Dated December 20th, 1944. C. M. RALSTON. Petitioner. (12)-20-27 (l)-3 FURS AND HIDES will be at Horde's Fruit Market every Saturday. Kenneth Sharp. WHEAT DRILL with fertilizer attachment, in good condition; also manure spreader. Howard Morrison, Route 1, Moran. THE SECOND LARGE SIZE Gehi Grind-All Ha^imer Mill —for this season has been receive(i and is now on display. The first one went up near Bush Cit^ on New Year's-Day. A 3 -plow tractor pulls this large size mill easily. If interested—act quickly—we expect 'i: some smaller size hammer mills, but no more of the large size ones* SHANNON & SHANNON HARDWARE Phone 29—Forty-Eighth Year—Phone 29 : 60 f -. ' • • 6^^ .\ ALLEY OOP In Enemy Territory / VEM? THEW MEW JEWEL? MUCTA -\ eONE TO MI& HEAD.' BUT //BLrT -HIGHME55. eM'T \ THOSe-LEMIANS ALWAVS f IT ST <5ANeE KIMG WUR \ \A/ERE'A BU^JCH OF " WOULI? LEAyE OME OP SCREWaAU-S:' HIS FeOKJTjEE: POSTS / PESE ,RTED? / HEV. ILOOk! OOP-i Of PlWOSAue.'/' (MOTE. ALLfiy COfS RECENT PASSAGE ACCOUNTS^ FO(2 THE APStMCE OP LEMIAN BOPCER 6UAI?PS r LVHATCiA'.' ^AT10NAL SOUNJPA»£f P RECKON M ^'5 DONT MEAN NOTHIrV;' I POIW OVeC i TO CeiTTEKS- ME3BE HERE IN • [JON 'T \V ./ MASTER'S V. CO.VE BACK HOME:. 7:7:/ A I 7 > BY V. T. HAMLIN ^\;?IL . WE CAN'T •'^C 1 JL.~T -JITTIN' HERE 3ovpAyc_--; .:j^ES — LE '5 C-O.' FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Why the Exodus? BT RIERRnX BLOSSER WELLiSO LONG L e>otr\ GO OUT AND SEE (P X iCAN BREAK: INTO MEOW SESSION.' ^ /W AR-V. J , GIVE UP.' tXJE. REFORM CAf»,PAlGN fS RIGHT Brt ^C WHERE IT STABJED! S ORRY I CAN'T SNAP AT A HAM &UReEE. WTM VOU/ FRECK — tW HELP1M <S THE WOVERS I -L. IWELL,W£REM0V- IMG OUT OF 429 I WILLOW STREET, I AND THE DUNTLEYS A.'^E MOVING OUT OF 4i5-/ ^^^^^ WHY ARE YOU BOTH MOVING our AT THE SAME T IME? WAIT'LL YOU SEE" WHAT MOVED INTO 427 //

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