Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 13, 1938 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 13, 1938
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Want Ads- AUiTO LOANS — REFINANCING Lower payments. — Wester Credit Co. 8u30t FOR. SALE—REGISTERED Hamp shire rams.—Beeley Bros., A gona. 3p WANTED—MARRIED MAN T •Work on farm.—A. B. SchencK Algona. . lOp 14 HEAD OF FEEDING STEER for sale, weight 800 Ibs. —' Iva Long, Burt. 12p KEYS—GET THEM MADE A Wellendorf Auto Repair, code o duplicate. Ilp2- FOR RENT— 8 ROOM PARTU modern house. $20 a month Frank Tietz, Algona 12-p-4 TIRE SALE—4.50 x 21 $4.97. 1.7 x 19 $5.49. 5.50 x 17 $6.95 600 : 16 $7.85. Coast to Coast Store POLAND CHINA BOARS FOR sale.—Jess Dugan, 1% mile west Vz mile south of Burt. 15p4-5 FOR SALE — DOUBLE-BARREL 12-gauge hammerless shotgun.— Mrs. Max Block, Lu Verne, 12p4 FOR SALE — DUROC JERSEY boars.—Roy Ringsdorf, 4 miles east, 3% miles south, Burt. 12p2tf FOH SALE — PUREBRED SPOT- ted boars. Vaccinated. Farm 3 miles southwest of Fenton.—C. F. Kern, Fenton. T6p4-7 I AM MAKING LONG TIME FARM loans at 4%% interest with no stock to buy and no red tape.—M P. Haggard. 21pol-6 FOR FARM LOANS, "GOVERN- nu-nt Farm loans" tuid others- see Hutehins, over Barry's, Al- goua, Iowa. FOR SALE—TWO OXFORD rams"! Chester White boars, cholera immune.—S. A. Gardner, Algona. 13p4-5 WINDOW GLASS AT PRICES very low. Storm sashes fitted at reasonable cost.—Lusby's. 12(2)50tf FOR FARMS. ALL TYPES AND prices, with terms to suit, see Hutehins, over Barry's, Algona Iowa. EX-ALGONIAN DIES MONDAY IN NEBRASKA Mrs. O. J. Dutton is Victim of Sudden Attack. Irvlngton. Oct. 11— Word was received here Tuesday of the eud- deii death Monday of Mrs. O. J. Dutton, Broken Bow, Neb. The cause of death is not known here. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dutton, Algona, who received a telegram announcing the death, telephoned to Broken Bow to ascertain funeral arrangements, but none had then been made. The onlv O. J. Dutton daughter, Bertha, who is.employ- ed in research work in New Mexico, did not reach home till Tuesday morning. Past Sixty.Three. The Duttons at Algona had, received a previous telegram, a few daye before saying that Mrs. O. J. Dutton was critically sick in a hospital. Mrs. Dutton, who was 63, was ildest daughter, Fanny, of .'Vinos ind Mary Stewart, who once lived on the farm just across the oad from the J. M. Cox place. Af- er her marriage to "Judd* Dut- 011, whose parents, Mr. and Mrs. . R. Dutton, then owned the pre- ent Cox farm, the couple lived for time with the elder Duttons, hen purchased the farm just west f Irvlngton where the Henry Lbn- ings now reside. -Hotlu-r Still JJTCS. After farming there many years Ir. and Mrs. Dutton moved to iroken Bow, Neb., where for :i me, they farmed. During the last in REWRITES llrlefs aummaritlnt principal news In Tuesdays Upper DCS Moines. THK ALGOJfA high school football team won from Spencer* 20-G, here Friday evening In the locals' third game and first win of the season. This week Friday the Al- gonians go to Webster City. Bruce Miller, end, was hurt In the Spencer game and will be out for the rest of the season with a torn cartilage in the leg. The locals gave the visitors the first touchdown of the game on a fumble, but overshadowed the rest of the time. HAOG POST Commander Major [Saul has picked two teame for a membership drive. W. A. Lorenz is captain of one, assisted by John Momyer, Glen Raney, J. D. Lowe, T. L. 'Larson, ; ; B. .A. Galbralth, E. |V. Pierce, and I.^H. Ch'apnran, Lu Verne. M. H. Falkenhafyer is the other captain, assisted by John Bieeer, Anton Didriksen, H. W. Becker, A. E. Kresensky, H. H. Miller, Leo Spilles, and Dr. G. D. Wai rath, Lu Verne. FAREWELL AT CLARION FOR THE BUTHMANS New Chief of Algona M. E. District is Honored. KOSSITH'S liquor record so far | this year has totaled 98 arrests on liquor charges. There have been 67 arrests and 66 convictions for intoxication, 20 arrests and 17 convictions for driving while intoxicated, one arrest and conviction for llegal transportation, and one arrest but no conviction for illegal sale of liquor. JOE ("LEFTY") HATTE3T and Donald Godfredeon, both of Bancroft, have signed up for tryouts with the Millers baseball team of the American League at Minneapolis next season. Walter Menke, also Bancroft, played in an exhibition game at Des Moines with Bob Feller one day last week. j GKXK FORD, West Bend pitcher for the Chicago White Sox, came i home one cl«y last week. | MRS. ,|. Q. JAMISON, resident of I Kossuth 55 years, and of Algona 36 i years, died Friday. She was 87 BARGAINS—6 INCH 28 GAUGE stove pipe, 24 inches long Me. Elbow 19c. Dampers 15c. 6 inch colar 5c. Coast to Coast Store c FARM LOANS—1%%, NO COM- missiou. Can close your loan promptly.—C. W. Nicoulin, Algona. llp50-8 POR SALE—1935 CHEVROLET 2- door; $70 overhauling done this summer; two new front tires. Will sell for $300 cash. — Inquire Advance, lo- ROOMS — IF YOU WANT TO find a suitable room an Algona, make known your wants in this section of the Advance. SMALL PIANO—NEW LAST year. Can be seen in Algona. Continue payments.—Write Finance Dept., Wardell Piano Co., Sioux City, ! ow a. 21p4 FLOORS SANDED. REFINISHED with permanent floor finish. A new Improved method guarantee- Ing satisfaction.—Cowan Building & Supply Co. 38tf WANTED—WOMAN TO WRITE insurance in Algona territory.— Apply Mrs. Margaret Best, 5 Sliep- ard Apt., Sioux City, la. 17p-l ad been with her daughter sev-1 n i years, is herself in poor health V KOIIKH ' 1 ' M - LOSS, Algona, has Mrs. Dutton was a sister-in-law een reele cted county AAA chair- W. A. Dutton, Algona, and Mrs n !. a "' ° 6Car L - Thoreson, vice D. Montgomery, Forest City chal ™an- Other 1938 members of Mer of Mr.s. Dutton, Mrs Oscar : e board have been reelected, and otii ipft ir, ..tfnviri *!,„ e , i ! township committeemen for 1939 have been chosen. tiSPP AJfDER S<h\ was fined 4100 plus costs by Justice Danson hunting ducks Sunday. The . oth left to attend the funeral utton. lives at Los Angeles. Ledyard Man Loses Mother at Elmore fo Oct. 11— Robert Weiler received word Saturday of the death of his mother, Mrs] Sebastian Weiler, Elmore, at a Minneapolis hospital which she entered two weeks before for treatment. She leaves two daughters, Carolyn Minneapolis, and Elsie, Lake Crystal, and three sons, the others being William and Lorenz, Elmore There are four grandchildren. Her They Fun- husband died 22 years ago. once farmed near Ledyard. FOR RENT — C-ROOM MODERN house located at 220 E. Kennedy street, $25 per month. Immediate possession.—Shumway & Kelly. THEY'RR HERE! BEAUTIFUL Heel Latch shoes, famous for both style and comfort. They feature snug-fitting heel and bracing arch support.—Kresensky's. (1) FOR SALE— CORN PICKER US- ed one year. Good condition. A bargain. If you want a single row come and see it yourself. Frank Flaig, Lone Rock. 25-u-l-S NOW IS THK TIME TO HAVE your farm appraised for financing or re-financing a loan on your farm to save interest and renewal costs.—See Hutehins. STORM WINDOWS — THEY'LL pay for themselves in two years through fuel savings. Phone 22'). We'll call, measure, and make <>s- timate.—F. S. Norton & Son. (4) WRITE FOR INFORMATION New improvements in home haating methods, fuel savings, sent to you on request. Green-Colonial, Dept., Des Moines. (1) BALANCED POULTRY ^RATION —Buy Sargent Concentrate and make your own mashes. We have complete feeding instructions Try a bag. —Anderson Grain & Coal Co. RELIABLE MAN WANTED— TO call on farmers in Kossuth coun ty. No experience or capital required. Make up to $12 a day Write Mr. Thomas, P. O. Box ti3 Waterloo, Iowa 30 p 4 NEW STYLE SPINET TYPE PIA- no. Almost midget upright. Continue payments. Can be seen in your vicinity. Easy terms. Baldwin Wholesale. Box 283, Waterloo Iowa 23 p 4 TOR SALE--L. C. SMITH second hand standard full-sized machine at a bargain price. Also an Underwood standard full-sized machine. See our display window.—Advance Publishing Co. FOR SALE—AN L. C. SMITH AND an Underwood typewriter. Both machines are full-sized standard typewriters. A bargain at a caeh Mice. See our window display.— Advance . Publishing Co. FOB 3A1<B—THREE BEDSTEADS, two aurttreeses, library table. eral services were to be held this week Tuesday at the Lutheran church at Elmore, the Rev. Mr Kitzma.u officiating, with burial in an Elmore cemetery. Paving on No. 44 is Now Half Done West Bend, Oct. 11—The pavers on the 4-mile stretch north on No. 4-1 are now nearing town, and they think that with further good weather the paving at this end will be all in by this week Wednesday. The paving will end at the corner near the former John Denninger's After completion of this half of the road to No. 18 they will .begin at the junction with that highway and work this way till they meet Hie paving on the south half. The north stretch is for five miles. Ledyard Girl Hurt 9 in aj^all at Farm Ledyard, Oct.' 11 — Dorothy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August Klinksiek, suffered serious injuries Sunday morning at play on a building under erection on the Klinksiek farm. She slipped and fell between two cross pieces of the floor, and a gosh was cut in her chin. She was taken to a physician, and four stitches were taken to close the wound * Patterson Buys 17 Carloads of Sheep Burt, Oct. 12—G. W. Patterson returned Friday from the western .states where he had been buying sheep. Seventeen carloads of sheep arrived Sunday. C. W. Patterson had about half of them. The others G. W. divided between his farm here and his farm near Swea City. The sheep will be fattened' for market. . e season begins this week Saturday Half of the fine and Anderson i rest in jail. was suspended, laying out the FOUK HUNDRED cases of beer da ™ aged morning, wh t , ornng, when the driver of a truck ran into dlthnear the ^ of NOB. — v ^ ***i^i,i W1I ui »^oa. w S V • ?' north of Bancroft. He Omahl" fl '° m Milwaukee to HEXRT ITES, Lakota, was injured, but not seriously, early Sun- ?*£r™?£.^l>emnh y iacar The Methodists at Clarion gave a large formal farewell reception laet week Wednesday evening a the Clarion church for the Rav and Mrs. J. C. Buthman, who er this week moving to Algona, Mi Buthman having been appolnte superintendent of the Algona Meth odiet district. There was a receiv ing line of eight persons, not In eluding the Buthmans, and a pr.o gram was given. The Buthmans were presented with gifts from the Epworth League, the choir, and the congre gallon. The Presbyterian and Con gregatlonal. pastors, with thei wives respectively,' attended the event. A Clarion dispatch to th Fort Dodge Messenger eald: "Mr. Buthman has been pastor of the Clarion church for the pas four years. At the Northwest Iowa conference recently held In Sac City, he was appointed dtetrlct superintendent of the Algona district During his stay here, he has endeared himself not only to hl e own church, but the entire community as well. His pastorate has been marked by a substantial Increase in membership, by a major reduction in the church debt, and a sustained and growing interest in.all the departments of the church. "The church has been particularly fortunate in the whole-heart ed Christian service rendered by Mrs. Buthman to the young people of the church. Her kind and sympathetic understanding of them and their problems'will serve as guide to them lives. throughout their WEST BEND tion at Lakota. damaged. KOSSUTH The car was badly r _;-;- CITY began calling cur£**"*«: « 9 P- m - because of ht depredations there ember till iw will begin at S. 'd 1 ?! 1 ™ 1 ? SHEKMAJf ' son °* Mr. another novelette, PrevieV^fo The Saturday Evening p os t. FIVE OP SKVEJT recent cases of smallpox in the state were report- J ntK 9f suth county, according to a state bulletin. THE CONSOITDATEI) school in Bufalo township (Titonka) will have a girls' basketball team, first in ten years. Lone Rock Woman Hurt in Accident Lone Rock, Oct. 12—Mrs. Dan Harris is ill in bed as the result of a car accident. Mr. and Mrs. Harris were en route to Edw. Hoppe's, east of Burt, when their car hit a hole in the road, Mrs. Karris being thrown out juring her back. of the 3eat, in- FABMEBS are ev- p S6a m ° re thatl 15 0.000 of corn this winter. Already 136 applications have been made for the 1937 crop at the 57c RAILAGE AJfl) JAMES Reynolds and Dwight Dlnsmore Grant township, will build a hangar for an airplane they have ;bought They have been taking lessons it : ~ Bernice Ludwlg spent the weekend at Forest City. She is a beauty operator here. Mrs. Emily Fisher will be the first hostess this fall at a Bay View club meeting at her home next week Tuesday. She i* exchanging meetings with another memher. W H. Daubepdiek left Monday for Jefferson on. a business mission for his telephone exchange here. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell left Sunday for Nevada, Mo., where Albert is boss of truck drivers on laving gang. Mr. >een employed on „ here as truck-driver. Ida and Oscar Rlley, Mrs. Prank Besch, and Harold Simmons returned Sunday from Rochester, Minn They had been called there Saturday by word of the critical sickness of Harold's mother, Mrs f eafnne Simmons, who had an op- Thursday At St. Mitchell had a p av i n g gang NEPHEW OF AN IRVINGTONIAN IN HH WRECK Irvlngton, Oct. 11—Ralph, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bristow^ of Burt, nephew of Mrs. Carl Selp here, recently joined the marines, iind he is now at a sailors' school at San Diego, Calif. He left home two weeks ego. and has reported that' the train in which he was traveling weet collided with a freight train, an engineer was killed, and others injured. He reported no injury to himself. Surprise for Mrs. Hammer- Mrs. John Hammer was honored with a surprise birthday party Sunday. Guests Were Mrs. Kate Metzen, son Wilbur, the Vern Barkers, and the Roy Thilges family, all of near Bode; the A. C. Holtz- bauers, Algona; the A. E. Weavers, 'Lakota; the John Mantheis, Led- yafd; Mrs. Fred'Larigerman, Swea City, and two eons. The guests brought 'picnic' lunches- with gifts for' Mrs. Hammer. ' Broken tattdMtt' CfclBN Pw*lysli Elmer Weaver is at home flgai After going through the clinic, at Rochester. He Was told that the form of^paralyals that-is affecting hialimbs wad caused by a cracked vertebra, and the trouble cnn- not be cured without a delicate operation. Physicians advised Kim to continue in hie present condt-s tlon for a tmie v Another Chnrch Sapper fate- The Irvihgton church -yomen, who Usually have two chicken sup-* pers every fall, will serve the second November 3 at the Legion hall, Algona. This will be served earlier than usual to avoid extremely cold weather and possible bad roads. The supper last week Wednesday wae well attended. 1>labc(«s Patient loses Foot— Mrs. Edward Hammer spent last week Tuesday with her old friend Mrs. Dora Armstrong, Bancroft. Mrs. Armstrong who has dlabates, had one foot removed at Iowa City a few months ago. The wound has not yet completely healed. She has a young girl caring for her. Ramnses Locate at Algona— The George Ramuses, who had lived for some, time just.north , of Henry Lonning'a, moved late last week to Algona. Mafyiyft, «m fl n daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rarnus will hflvo her tonsils removed be' fora beginning to attend the na AlVa, Spurgeon,, Bohnera Fai-rv Ida., Is heS-6 fbr ati extended 7JgI It with relatives. Me went to Idaho with his brother Robert and the tetter's family,' some years ago and had not been back to Iowa since. n Verne Family Cffme* Hero— the Laus, LU Verne, recently moved Into rooms above the depot here. Mr. Lau la a flection liand. Patrons at Lu Verne Will Have to Dial to Ring Telephones Lu Verne,' Oct.* 11—Forty men have been cmplyed here 60 daye by the Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. at getting ready to cut the local Hnee over to a dial system November 1. The company has Invested some $30,000 In the project. One of the company officials, the Humboldt manager, R. A, Mikelson, assisted by an operator from that town, Margaret Dwyer, gave an afternoon' dembndtratlon of the' system 1 at the town hall,'where all" HOSPiTj . " 3 CoBley.itanc™,™ 1 !"*. October 6 ;> Wesley, major October 7-o •loan arry October 10 <? t ; ley, mi-dloai. Hlrn.,j COMING SOON! GRAM) OPENING'OF CHR1STENSEN BROS. CO., New Store Complete Outfitters for Women Even the Beautiful Weather Bids Our beautiful new building is fast nearing completion . . . Fixtures are being installed New merchandise is being unpacked continuously . . . Every department is fast nearing readiness to burst forth with displays of new stocks such as will be a feast to the eye . . .. The finest, newest, most sparkling array of women's ready-to-wear merchandise will soon be ready for,your inspection. We urgently request that you'watch'for opening dates. Exclusive But Not Expensive You to Wait for This Gala Event This store, as usual, will be a complete outfitters for women establishment Coats Suits . . . Blouses . . . Skirts . Hoiw Coats . . Footwear . . . Hats .' ' Com* • . Lingerie ., ..Hosiery . . . Hand E and other accessories. Every new fashion theme will be found in everything shown at our beautiful new store . . . and at prices you can afford to pay. Definitely an event worth waiting for The Presbyterian Aid is sponsor;£ a centennial exhibit of articles .to 100 years old. People having heirlooms are asked to display T n&Tn T^ha a vfi{H(4- JIT t_ A lie CAniDlL Will DC S,t Ml*8 na fcMullan's, where a 25c supper will be served. Six Priests at Ledyard. Ledyard, Oct. 11-Thirteen hours ohm i° n Q We J e heid at the Catholic church Sunday. The Rev Fr Sturm, Rockwell City, the Rev. Fr.' McEvoy, Ruthven, the Rev. Fr White, Buffalo Center, the Rev. Fr Scholtes, Bancroft, the Rev. Fr Airsnire, Armstrong, the Rev. Fr. Algona, were LOTTS CREEK Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boettcher, here, Mrs. Mary Mittag, Fenton drove to Hampton Sunday to visit Tiends. Tie Dreyers, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer, Whittemore, and John and Dorothy Faulstich, Burt, were Sunday evening callers at Hugo Faulstich's: Margaret Morgan antf Ruth Cruiekehank, Algona, were over the week-end guests at Arthur Jackman's. Esther Schmiel, Rochester, went oack Sunday after a few days with ber parents. kitchen table, five kitchen chairs two rocking chairs, kitchen etool, kitchen cabinet, studio couch, range, oil stove, commode. — Call Advance. 2 8p4 WE list TWO CHOICE ACREAGE PROPEBJTIES with houses and some outbuildings, one of 3 acres- the other 16 acree (12 tillable) near Algona. Either one Is a goo. buy, worthy of your earnest investigation. Have you 1300.00 or more to invest in a borne, aud steady monthly income to enable you to make payments? If so, see us about these. — See Hutchiua, over Barry's, Algona, Iowa. SAFE INVESTMENT, PAYING 5% and up, is offered to you in the choice unimproved (well tiled and fenced) Aadereon 80 acres, adjoining Highway No. 18, 4% a>Ue« west of Algona. Good, welHocat- ed land like thi,s is sure to increase in value. See us for fuller details about this, if you've $3,000 to invest in A GOOD THING. Balance of cost this farm, $85.00 per acre, can be carried under present school loan at 5%. — See Hutehins, over Barry's, Algona, la. 1TOTICE TO BOND KUYEKS The Board of Directors of the Independent School District of Lu Verne, in the Counties of Kossuth and Humboldt, State of Iowa, will offer for sale at 10 o'clock a. m.. on the 22nd day of October, 1938, at the Lu Verne School, Lii Verne. /^Sin J! ijc Thousand Dollars, ($6,000.00) School Building Bomdss of said School District, > Bonds and &tte "* will be furnisued District. 4-5 Secretary, Four Corners , Corner s Mothers and •rs club met laet week Thursday with Mrs. John Sabin. Mr. and Mrs Robert Walker, 'Mr. and Mrs. Arch Walker, and Mrs. Edith Rich spent Sunday at Mason City and visited the John Gettmans. Berdine Johnson, niece of Mr nad Mrs. George Lee, was taken to the Kossuth hospital Friday for treatment of an infection in her ankle. She was somewhat better Monday, but was still at the hospital. LOST OR MISPLACED in wrong car in Algona, dark gray suit, size 14, and orange crepe chiffon blouse. Reward f«r return to Doris "" " "' 23p4 Patterson, Swea City.. FOR SALE—SECOND HAND L. C, Smith-Corona portable typewriter. A bargain at $17.50. — I G Dewel, at the Advance office HUNTING Headquarters Shells 65* up Hunting Coats __ .52.98 up Hunting Trousers 51.98 59* 69* Hip Boots 53*98 up up up up Game Carriers 2 for 23* Gun Cases 59* up Decoys, per dozen 58.95 up Recoil Pads -_^______59* up I>EEB HUNTING SUPPLIES WE SELL, RENT, OR TRADE euirs 100 to choose from WE STOCK A COMPLETE LINE of SPORTING GOODS Mahowald Cycle Co. Hood's •^^^^••^••^^•••••i Store Free Delivery Phones 420 and 421 Algona, Iowa ~ SPECIAL — Friday, Saturday, I.C.A Canned Food Sale 18K new pack Oc^Tfe 19c Navy Beans New crop Lbs.39C Coffee FOLGER'S Can. 47 C Crisco S LB. CAN Spuds 100-LB. BAG Irish Cobblers Sugar Fine granulated (Limit) Jfl*i »j 10 Lbs. -40V: 18-k Coffee, Canister .__2 Ibs. 52* Rod A Coffee, __]b. 15*, 2 ll»s. 29* 18-k Coffee, glass jar, 1-1|>. j« r 29* Brown Betty Coffee _____2 Ibs. 49* Early Ohio Potatoes Red River Valley 100 $4 4Q Lb. bag I • I 9 Peanut Butter 2-Lb. Jar 25c Flour Gold Medal Graham Crackers VEGETABLES-ASK FOR QUAX- TITY PHffv • ••. * -M. -M. M. M\'M.\JMJ coiSj JJo. 2^jg cans _._20f£ cling JtulvoHy ?fo» 2-^<» Cfins 17f^ is t ? e * d r Kidne J u<5ai18 ' *»»<* > T «. 2-2 cans 19* *-—"--.—«..— k_ . ^^ • ^*^m j 25* Guaranteed 49-lb. $4 <3Q bag__ I mW Fresh Dates New crop 19c Good size I 5C TOKAY Grapes 2 Lb 9c •• J-_DS. *9w •* ,-, •• _^ v " ISOBlj JL VfltSa .W O« 22 I *M"A l/ili]] Ootl Oai*iiA 1A1/ til.* "" *"* tm9f •"• '-<r _^_J1*| PURE LARP AKMOUR'S SMOKED HAM, ^ob POR.K LOIN END ROAST, Ib, _,_ CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS, ib. FANCY BEEF ROAST, Ib, ____; -HOUND OR SWISS STEAK -_" gj "" tit Crackers DAISY SODA Fresh Dill Pickle* CAROL Full quality Orange Juice IGA 12-oz. tins 2 Cans. Pimentoi 18-k 4-oz. tins Z Cans. 1 I * Oatmeal ' IGA Quick or Regular , , Dawn Tisswe, sterlMfwl ._! « rolls Mince Meat, » T o*. j>^, '. 9 for W« s «s, Thomp S(m S»tdl«gs f uew prop 2 li Thompson Seedless, new crop —* /., ' J.,

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