Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 21, 1931 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 21, 1931
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PAGE KOSSUTH ClOttNTY AUVAtfCE, ALftONA. TOWA SHULTZ' RECTAL CLINIC AMBULANT PROCTOLOGY Piles (hemorrhoids) cured Without operation. Other rectal conditions. Write for booklet. Consultation without cost. 218-219-220 First National Bank Bltlg. Phone 842, Mason City, Iowa 4tf TITONKA EIGHTH GRADERS MAKE POPPYROSTERS Titonka, May 19 — Twenty-five posters made by pupils of the eighth grade of the Titonka Consolidated .s'ehool were turned over to Mrs. Ivn Peterson, chairman of the Poppy Poster contest sponsored by the local Auxiliary, who took them to the office of County Superintendent William Shirley, who judged them as follows: first, Margnret Llnd- horst; 2nd, Leona Brandt; 3rd, Gertrude Meyer. These posters are to he placed in the windows of the business places in town to advertise the Poppy Day sale Saturday. The Auxiliary awarded a prize to the winner, and ; had spent two weeks, presented ft beautiful helmet and] Chester Thomas, Eric poppy pic-Hire to the Sth grade pu<- pi Is in recognition of their enthusiasm ;ind efforts. The teacher of the grade is Mabel Tutton. City, attended the funeral of Mrs. Jennie Lamoreaux here Sunday afternoon. . Albert Meyer took his sister, Mrs. Marie Sathoff, to Des Molnes ' last week Wednesday morning, and she Is taking treatments there. Mrs. Jay Budlong and Mrs. Mary Reiterman drove to Lone Hock last Thursday afternoon to attend to business. Marietta Bruns, youngest child of the Hsnry Brims, broke her left arm last week AVednssilny evening while playing on the school slide. Charles Newvllle, M. S. Craven, Harold Johnson and Flick Davis returned Sunday evening from several days of fishing at Lake Mllac. Mrs. Rose Plumb, Marshalltown, came Sunday to visit her mother, Mrs, Emma Heifner. Mrs. Howard French and Mrs. Harry Beed spent Friday at Mason City. j The George Howes got home Fri| dr,y from Kansas City, where they Peterson, \d Woodrow Peterson were fishing (inrfiK-r Frenches I)n Tho baccalaureate services we'.V held ut the Methodist rhurcli Sun-! day evening. The Herman was j pn'-achod by the Rev. L. (1. Gartner, and the program consisted of songs by the Hoys' and Girls' Glee clubs and by the sextet. A large crowd attended. The nienihers of the graduating class are: Minnie Kennedy, George Anderson, Marie Hrandt, Kenneth Larson, A'lola. Kuekenreuther, Marguerite Fnnn- kuk, Paul Tienan, A'iolet Slack, an AVlnter, Tiollys Koestler, Emma Richter, .lohn AVelhousen, 'Oval Pouelson, and Sidney AVood. at Lake Okoboji Sunday. A baseball game was played here Frl-lny between Wesley and Titonka, the latter winning 5-3, Tho I'?? O, AVolfos entertained at orHjp last week AVodneadiiy even- visited tin A. R i! clnits, Mason City, Herman Rticluus Sunday. MARYLAND WOMAN HAPPY HOW- LOSES 55 IBS. Edith J. Marriott of Baltimore, Md., writes: "Last winter I weighed 2DO Ibs. and was very much ashamed. I bought a bottle of Krusehen Salt.s which gave .such wonderful results t bought more. After 4 bottles I weigh 145 lb«. and nil my friends say, "How slender you've gotten—how did you do it?" I say only 4 words — thanks to Krusehen Salts." A generous bottle of Krusehen Salt.s tha.t lasts 4 weeks costs but S3 cents at E. AV. Lusby's or any drugstore in America—take one half 'teaspoon in a glass of hot. water every morning befure breakfast—cut out pastry and fatty meats — go '• light on potatoes, butter, cream and sugar—that will help Kruscht-n take off your fat. Take Krusehen every morning— it's the little daily dose that doe« it—if not joyfully satisfied after the first bottle—money hack. —1 Mrs. Jennie Lnmori'niix Dips— Mrs. Jennie Lamoreaux, who died Friday night at the home of her son George at Marshalltown, was buried Sunday. The funeral services were held at Marshalltown, and interment was made in the cemetery south of town. She leaves two sons, Joseph, Crystal Lake, and George, Marshalltown, a daughter, Mrs. Edna Richter, Titonka, and several grandchildren. Kninly. Ships Fat Cattle— Raymond Krantz shipped five carloads of fat cattle from Swea City last week Monday. His son Clifford accompanied him to Chicago, where they visited till Friday. This was Clifford's first trip to the city. One of the big attractions that they attended was a league baseball game. Woden is Deiealed ">••>— A baseball game at Woden Thursday was won by Titonka, 5-^. The freshmen nnd sophomoes played so ;hr.t Titonka would have no advantage over the AVuden school, which has on'.y Olh and 1'ith grades. Sidney \\Y.t:d Nearly Well— Sidney AVood, who had his right knee fractured several weeks ago while playing baseball, had the cast I removed this week. Sidney has 1m- j proved considerably, and is now going without his crutches. Equipment That Will Save Your Feed and Sava •5 Chicks ^~—• W HEN we selected the line of Poultry Equipment that we were to sell to the folks of our home town—we \, eelected JAMESWAY, ' because a careful investigation of Jamesway Products convinced us that here was a line of ~r* poultry equipment we would be proud of—one that we could recommend _tc our friends in cood faith, and n line of equipment that we knew would bring satisinclior to every user. Just now the Jamesway Bungalow Chick Feeder and the Chick Waterer are in big demand. They don'tcostalot of money but they do save labor—save feed nnd cave chicks. Let us show them to you. If you have chicks you need these two pieces. A.W.BEHRESD HATCHERY iiy (o be. Given Tonight— A play will be given Thursday evening under the auspices of the Anti-Saloon league in the Methodist church. About 20 people of the vicinity are taking part. Lease 1° Vrearh Here— The Rev. L. G. Gartner will be absent from his pulpit next Sunday, and the Rev. W. H. Lease, Algona, will substitute. GET FOUR CORNER CLUB Four Corners, May 1!) — The Four Corner Mothers and Daughters club met last Thursday with Mrs. Arthur Cruikshank, and roll call was niiKWY.rou 1 wit.h the names of musical composers. Four f 'f.ined copies of the picture Saved, purchased by the club for the schools in the corners of Union, Lotts Creek, AAliitte- move, and Cresco townships were presented. Twenty-eight members were in attendance, nnd there were nine visitors; Mrs. Lurhl Fessler, her daughter, and a Mrs. Myer and her daughter, all of near Ringsted; Mrs. Jack Dittsworth and Mrs. Ben Potter, Algona; Mrs. Cruikshank's sister Laura, and Mrs. Harry AVood •and a. son. A musical program was given: piano-violin duets, Mrs. Loyd Potter at the piano and Mrs. Ben Potter on the violin; a vocal solo, Mrs. Jessie Mltchel, piano solo, Mrs. Roy Lowman; vocal solo, Mrs. Eel- ward Rich; ukulele solo; Leona AVallscr; vocal number, Hazel Mitchell, Mrs. Arle Dittmer, and Mrs. Quinten Bjustrom; piano solo, Evelyn Nlckerson; two vocal numbers, Evelyn Xickerson, 'Mrs. Lewis Lowman Jr., and Mrs. Carl Seip; music-al play, Mary Cruikshank and Edith Rich; and pia.no solo, Evelyn Cruikshank. Lunch was served by the hostess. The next meeting will take place May 2S at Mrs. AVilliam TUch's, and roll call will be answered with jokes and riddles. Tills meeting was to have been held at the Ambrose A. Call state park, but the place was changed. Mrs. Jack Dittsworth was enrolled as a new member. situated at HobaHon, Iowa, at the special meeting held on the. 'third day .of April, A. D. 1931, the company la hereby dissolved. Notice, Is further given that the committee consisting of A. R. Cruikshank, L. J. Lowman and C. A. Ocllenfold has been appointed to dispose of the property of snld company and make distribution of the proceeds to the stockholders. (Signed) C. A. GEILENFELD, . President. T. A. REID, Vice President. A. R. CRUIKSHAriK, 1 Secretary. J. W. AVADSAVORTH, 34-37 Treasurer. Loreeh clerk C. B, Judge J. A. judge Frank Skilling, labor George Cturider, labor SlmtnonSj election t._.U----.*.-A~------- Murtagh, election Haggard, election Tllonliii Detents UaniToft 5-0— A. baseball game was played here last week Tuesday between Bancroft and Titonka,' the latter winning 5-0. S. S. Class Has a rlcnic— Edith Budlong took her Sunday school class to the Ambrose A. Call State park, Wednesday for Algona, last a picnic. week Algona, Iowa The Place Poultry We handle the BEST GRADES of COAL and sell on the lowest possible margin. ' Seeds Let us furnish you with your Seeds the coming season* FAfiMEBS' ELEVATOR CO. HOBARTON Jai. Elder Jr., Manager. Phone 36F1. Jlrs. >"oble Mitchell Improved— Mrs. Noble Mitchell is able to be up a little each day, after a serious sickness lasting four weeks. Her nurse, Josephine Dittme'r, has returned to her home at Algona. Amelia Berneau is doing the housework. Other Four Corners. Irene AValk'er went to her grandmother's early last week to remain for some time and help with housework. ffOTICK OF SHERIFF'S) SALE STATE OF lOAA'A, KOSSUTH COUNTY. SS. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a General Execution'directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered in said Court on tho 31st d-y of March, 1931, in favor of L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Ranking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the Lu A r erne State Bank, Lu Verne, Iowa, as plaintiff, and against AV". S. Hunt, as defendant, for the sum of Six Thousand Three Hundred Eighty-four and 19/100 ($G3!I4.19) Dollars mid costs, taxed at One Hundred Thirty-seven and 59/100 (IS137.59) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon tho following described real and personal property ns the property of the sa.id AV. S. Hunt, to satisfy said execution, to-wit: The East half of the Northwest Quarter and the Soii'thwest Quarter of Northwest Quarter of Section Twenty (20) in Township Ninety-four (94) North, Range Twenty-seven (27) AVest of the Fifth P. M. and the Northwest Quarter (NAA r %) of Section Nine (9), Township Ninety-four (94) North, of Range Twenty-seven (27) AVest of. the Fifth P. M., nnd the Northeast Quarter (NE,%) of Section Thirty-one (31) Township Ninety-six (90) North, Range Twenty-seven (27) AVest of the Fifth P. M. all in Kossuth county, Iowa. Chatties as follows: 10 head of horses of which 4 are colts, 10 sheep, 1 sow with 7 pigs, about 500 bushels of oats in crib, located on the Northwest Quarter- (NAV%) of Section 9, in Lu A r erne township, Kossuth county, Iowa, also about 5 tons of alfalfa and 5 tons of timothy hay in barn, located on NAA'% of Sec. 9, Lu A'erne township. Also the following described property located on the NAV% of Section 20, in Lu Verne township, Kossuth county, Iowa: 5 head of horses and two mules, S milk cows, 31 head of other cattle, 40 head of brood sows; 15 late shoats all being Hampshires 1 2-row surface plow, 1 2-row shovel plow, 3 single row corn plows, 1 beet plow, 1 low-down seeder, 1 disc', 1 corn planter, 1 harrow, 1 hay buck, 1, McCormick mower, 1 hay rake,- 1 narrow-tire wagon with triple box, 2 hajt racks with wagons, 2 beet racks with wagons, 2 low truck wagons, 1 1922 Buick coupe bearing 1931-Iowa License No. 55-5939, 1 4- wheel trailer, 1 Stotland manure spreader, 2 bob sleds, 5 sets of work harness; and I will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as may lie necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, in hand, on the 23rd day of May, 1931, at the AA r . S. Hunt farm on the NAVH of Section 20, in Lu A r erne township, in Kossuth county, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. ni., of said day, w.ien and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 18th day of April, 1931, L'. E. HOVEY, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa By Everett L. Harris, Deputy QUARTON & MILLER, Plaintiff's Attorney. 35-36 May Herman, election judge Imelda Dooley, election clerk _. — Edith Taylor, election clerk R. R. Smith, election Judge Alma Nelson, election judge Kittle Kaln, election judge. Ida A. Lcffert, election clerk •— ,J. A. McDonald, election clerk . Frank Geigel, election judge Margaret Dutton, election judge Claire Keith, election judge Leora St. John, election clerk Hazel Dalzlel, election clerk V E. AA r . Lusby, election judge Adell McDonald, election judge E. H. Beardsley, election judge — Frank Schallin, labor Nelson Hdvv. Co., mdse. — •N. AA r . Bell Tel. Co., service 4.20 4.20 4.20 4.20 4.50 4.50 4.50 4.50 4.50 4.SO 4.80 .4.80 4.80 4.80 4.20 4.20 4.20 4.20 4.20 2.25 2.80 5.15 dump 2.00 ir>.oo 25.00 5.92 L. A. AVInkel, canvass elec. returns F. A. Newvllle, mdse. Algona Ins. Agency, treas. bond Sk-elly Oil Co., gas Matt Parrott "& Sons Co., mdse. Standard Oil Co., mdse. — R. A'oss Stone Co., mdse. •I. -AV. Post frt. and dray- lotsford Lumber Co., mdse. Icrb Palmer, labor -I. R. Cowan, estimate on filter plant __. ,1. V. Norris, engineering-. \.. E. Michel, engineering — a Culvert & Pipe Co., mdse. 132.48 . R. Cowan & Son, lite at mayor's dffice '"'rank Green, burying dogs SEAVER FUND AA r . Kelly, salary \'elson Hdw. Co., mdse. — 'red Hagg et.al, labor .... . Botsford Lumber Co.. mdse. A. E. Michel, engin-Ting;-- Humboldt Gravel Tile Co., tile FIRE FUND C. Wright, salary Cohlhaas Bros.' Garage, mdse. Algona Fire Co., 5 fires Waterous Co., mdse. :_ SWIMMING POOL 'international Filter Co., mdse. . ' Tom Bilsborough, labor — R'y Express Agency, Inc., expr. ROAD DRAG FUND Tesse Lashbrook, salary — Fred Baiimgartnerj material Jesse UmbenhoAVer, cart — -— <• John Norton, labor „..._. ELM, LINDEN AND DURANT STREETS SI2WER H. W. Roba, coupons PAVING DISTRICT NO, Carleton D. Beh Co., coupons ' PAVING DISTRICT NO. fi Des Moines National Bank,. bond - 500 ' 00 CITY PAVING Des Moines National Bank, 12.60 1,80 96.16 60.00 240.00 78.75 Carleton D. Beh Co., coupons CITY IMPROVEMENT FUND Carleton D. Beh & Co., coupons BAND FUND Algonn Military Band, service - S°°- 00 C. F. SPECHT, Mayor. Attest: ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk. 1930 Chevrolet coupe 1930 Ford coupe 1929 Chevrolet coach '1930 Chevrolet 'coach Tlldor e se( i an Dodge touring l__4-passengei t Buick coupe 1—1928 Chevrolet truck with grain box 1—Model T Ford pick-up box 2 truck stake platforms, 6x8 and 6x9 f ce t 1 Sunstrand Adding Machine, good shape, kOHLHAAS Phone 200 Ann is Broken in Kail— Richard, son of Seilus Isebrandt, fell downstairs last \veek Tuesday morning and broke his right, arm. laircuts Down to ifi<'— The Titonka barber-.-; lowered pric- s on hail 1 cuts to 2fj cents. . Oilier Titonta News. Alice nnd Ouido Sartor drove to Magnolia Friday tu visit their sis- er Magdelene, who has been leading there. Alice, Ouido, and Mag- lelene then drove to Chicago to spend the summer. Ouido expects to attend Chicago University. Edith Budlong, Beulah Schutjer, ind Florence Reynolds drove to Sioux City Friday to spend the weekend with friends. Edith Budlong and Beulah Schutjer were formerly students at Morningside college, Sioux City. Mrs. John Pouelson and daughter Rosa drove to AVuterloo last Th day to visit Hilda Pouelson, who has been attending a business school. Hilda returned with them the same day. G. G. Winter and son Gerald drove over from Mason City last week Tuesday, and Gerald remained for several weeks with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Harms. The AVilliam Rickleffs and Mrs, AV. J. Denton visited last week AVednesday evening at the Herbert AVinter home, Swea City. Mrs. AVin- ter recently returned from the Veterans hospital at Dwight, 111. The Ben Brysons, Rolfe, visited a few hours Sunday afternoon with friends here. Mr. Bryson was a' one time manager of the Farmers elevator here, and now has charge of an elevator at Rolfe. The Howard Frenchs and Mrs Homer Downs were business callers at Fort Dodge last week Tuesday H. A. French and AA'illiam Larson were fishing at Tuttle Lake las week Wednesday. The Harry Beeds entertained a bridge last Thursday evening. Mrs H. A. French received high score and Mrs. Lee O. AVolfe received low score. The Rev. L. G. Gartner drove t Rochester last week Wednesday ani returned Thursday with Mrs. Gart ner, who has been at a hosplta there for several weeks. John Bleich and father will drive to Rockwell City Thursday to at tend the exercises at which John's sister graduates from the Rockwell City schools. A. M. Peterson, Elmer Peterson Erneet Peterson, Tom young, and Erman Hanson left for Lake Cor ona to fish Saturday evening. Dr. and Mrs. L. B. Haneen, Iowa • Disc Runs Over Boy. Lu A'erne, May IB—Edgar, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. AV. Thomas, northeast of Lu A'erne, was run over by a disc last week AVednesday afternoon, and suffered a severe cut on one leg and another on his head. He was taken to the Fort Dodge Mercy hospital. South Cresco Council Minutes I)7(!O.GG 57G.06 40.50 1.06 4.50 35.00 1.35 4S.30 32.95 55.75 63.00 45.00 11.24 90.00 50.60 20.27!— 17.50' 1.55 Guarantees you clean collars, clean cuffs no hand rubbing—washes big'tubi'ulls clean in 5 to 7 minutes. Features Full open porcelain tub, Westiiighouse motor, Lovell pressure cleanser with balloon rolls—beautiful appearance. $ 79 ,50 == Giving satisfaction == years to over 2,000,000 users.. Slightly Highei on Terms FACTORY GUARANTEED 74.20 30.00 Tesse Lashbrook, salary — Elliott Skilling-, man and team 143.15 Elliott Skilling, man and team ;— 49.00 Willard Gregson, man and team . 115.85 j Willard Gregson, man and | team 21.00; Foster's Furniture Store ALGONA, IOWA awj i/ou* Utt Don't Rasp Your Thr With Hars Irritants Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Miller have a new granddaughter, born Tuesday jim-iiing to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bar- hulomew, of Algona, at the ICos- uth hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reis, Bode, vore Sunday guests at Ben Bak- ten'a. Mildred Sunding, clerk at Bloom's, lad her tonsils removed Monday by 3octor Andrews. She came home Tuesday and hopes to resume her vork next week. Arlene Sunding, Algona high school graduate this year, has been given a clerkship at Graham's, and will begin work immediately follow- ng graduation. Mrs. E. C. Potter spent the latter •>art of last week with her sister, Mrs. O. S. Moore, who has a new daughter, born last Thursday morning- at the Stebblns hospital. The Algona, Iowa, April 30, 1931 —City council met In regular ses sion on this day at the city hall, anc among other things allowed the fol lowing bills: ELECTRIC FUND J. AA'. Kelly, salary J$ 165.00 Leo Bollock, salary 125.00 Leo Bellock, salary 25.00 AValter Gorman, salary __'__ 135.00 Thos. Halpin, salary 135.00 Kay Barton, salary 130.00 H. R. Stephenson, salary — 130.00 C. C. AVright, salary _, 85.00 Adah Carlson, salary 145.00 G. Ray Smith, meter read-" ing Moores have both sons. two other children, Cleve Barton, labor 33.25 13.50 162.00 137.32 17.82 192.25 58.67 The Oliver Bakkens spent Saturday night and Sunday with relatives at Gilmore City. Mr. and Mrs. AV. H. Bosworth took their daughter Adris to Iowa City last week Monday, had her adenoids removed the next day, and brought her home last week AVednesday. They were told to bring her back in a month. The other daughter, Bonnie, now has the flu. Legal* EXECUTOR'S SALE OF REAL ES- tate — In order to close the Estate of L. B. Strom, the undersigned executor will offer for sale at public auction on the 26th day of May, 1931, at 2 o'clock P. 'M., the North Half (N%) of Lot One (D, Block Forty-two (42), of the Original plat of Algona, Iowa. Sale will be held on premises. This property consists of a. well located corner lot with frame house, partly modern, renting for twenty dollars ($20) per month. Terms, one hundred dollars ($100) cash, balance in thirty days, when abstract will be delivered showing good title, free from aJJ liens and encumbrances. Subject to rights of tenant in possession. No lease. —M. P. Christiansen, executor. 35-35 Security Petroleum Co. dist. Acme Petroleum Co., dist.— AV. D. Allen Mfg. Co., mdse. Electric Supply Co., mdse.- Terry-Durin Co., mdse. AVestinghouse Electric Supply Co. - 119.26 AVestinghouse Electric Sup- 'ply Co., mdse. 1055.80 Fulton Iron AVorks Co., repairs 162.30 General Electric Supply Corp., mdse. 57.87 Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Co., mdse. 16.42 A r acuum Oil Co., lub. oil — 19T.08 Kohlhaas Hdw. Co., mdse.— 3.70 Tire Service Co., service — .75 Chrischilles & Herbst, mdse. .38 Panama Carbon Co., mdee.. 4.75 Botsford Lumber Co,, mdse. 3.20 Western Union, service 6.42 N. W. Bell Tel. Co., service. 24.70 Thorpe AVood & Iron Wks., repairs 2.60 Nelson Hdw. Co., mdse. 7.75 Skelly Oil Co., gas 21.76 S. J. 'Backus, P. M., env. & rent 111.95 Selma Samp et al, refund deposit 45.00 C. M. St. P. and P. R'y, frt. and dist. 183.54 R'y Express Agency Inc., expr. 2.0! H. W. Post, frt. and dray.— \ 40.3: Geo. M. Bechtql & Co., coupons 75.1' Norton Mach. Works, mdse. 16.7 Wm. Dehnert, filing eaw — 2.0 WATER FUND J. W. Kelly, salary 75.0 NOTICE Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the action of the stockholders ol the Farmers Creawery Company Frank Ostrum, salary 130.0 O. B. Atcheson, salary 125.0 Laura Mitchell, salary 110.0 John Williams et al, 1 labor. 607.2 Laing & Muckey, repairs .2 Wlgman Co., mdse. 142.8 Leig-hto,n Supply Co., mdse.. 130.6 Worthington Pump & Machinery Corp., mdse. 1.5 GENERAL FUND F. A, Newville, salary —,. 25\1 Frank Green, salary ,—... 126-0 H. A. Van Atetyne, salary- 102.1 Akre, rent - 10.0 Elvira Monlux, election clerk ... .. ...... "Reach fora LUCKY instead" Now! Pleasel—Actually put yourflngtrj your Adam's Apple. Touch it—your j Apple—Do you know you are actual! ing your larynx? This is your voice! contains your vocal chords. When you! sider your Adam's Apple, you are co your throat—your vocal chords. Dontjj your throat with harsh irritants-Re ' a LUCKY Instead—Remember, I Is tho only cigarette In America that t Its exclusive "TOASTING" process certain harsh Irritants present In all; boccoi. Those expelled Irritants aroi manufacturers of chemical compound*! are not present In your LUCKY STR«| so we*say "Consider your Adam!* I It's toasted Including the yse'pf Ultra Violet Rays c '~"' Mellow*—Heat Purifies -agqlnjt irritation- ™*HBPWIWPP ^QQ^J&tBHiHi i

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