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of the iincidents of that morning. She
told oif Mmy's coming ft® the house
with the milk bucket when she rang
for 'breakfast. He sadd Harry had
milked octue erf ithe cows and the cow
had Wicked tftie pail over. Harry had
saiid then that he would go out and fix
the well pulley. When May reached
the house with the milk bucket and
Harry did nlot coanie May had started
for the well saying "he would go and
irall Harry out of the well." He went
through the door in the femee and -dis­
appeared for a moment. When he
returned he exclaimed thajt he feared
Harry was in the well as the pulley
and napes and Harry's cap were on the
gKound near the well. Witness had
then gone to 'the well and looked in.
She saw Harry's coat cm the top of
the water, took hold of ithe rope -and
pulled, anid the coat disappeared.
Witness said May had come to the
ranch Saturday before her huslbani's
death which was on Wednesday. He
was there with tihe exception of a trip
to Jaoobson's Sunday and A' tTip to his
father's Tuesday. He stand there be­
cause Harry had asked trim to do so.
Witness was asked if she knew that
May amd hSis wife had separated and
said slhe did not. She was then asked
if she knew that Mirs. May was jealous
of May's attentions to her. This was
objected to by the defense and the ob­
jection sustained. She was asked '3
she had seen May since she came to
town as a witness at this term of court
and said she had seen Mm on the
street but had not talked with him
m)ore than to express recognition.
Asked if she had visited May in jail
after he was held for the murder off
her husbsand she said she bad been to
see him about a horse but not to visit
with him. Asked if she had waved
salutes to Dim in passing the jail after
he was held on the change of murder,
she said she had not done so that she
remembered. She had been with her
sisters. They might have done so but
she had not.
The witness was then questioned
closely with regard to the conversa­
tion between her and May when she
had come back from the barn at break­
fast time. May had brought the milk
pail in with ham. It appeared to be
dirty both inside and outside. ,She
had nJott washed it out amd did not
know who had washed it. As nearly
as she could remember May had told
her that Harry had gone to fix the well
puller.
The cdrcuimstanices at the well where
she and (May went after May had told
•her thiat he feared Harry was in the
well were then gone into ait greater
length. She believed she had reached
the well first She tottd of seeing the
ooat on the bucket and of jerking or
pulling the rope. She thought the
bucket had been changed hut was not
positive. She knew the bucket would
sflnk if the rope was slacked. She
had not told W. B. HEbhs that the
bucket had been changed.
After piulKLng the rope and seeing
the coat disappear she had fainted
away. When she recovered she told
May to get Harry's body out of the
well. He had tried ineffectually to
do this, and finally went away for
•help. She had seen near the well a
wrench, the pulley and some blood.
The dtisbanee of 'these from the well
»he was unable to state accurately.
Thought the blood was albout a foot
from the cuafo, the wrench about three
Call on us
niUitil-Ui 1 if ili'Vnifrtiirt iirlTitfeii P''HrrTi iTTitf'ft
feet and the ipulley about siix feet. The
spoit of blood was quite large, 'and
rather oblong in shape.
It was ten minutes after nine when
she rang the bell for breakfast. She
had looked at the clock. She did not
look at the clock any other time that
morning, although she had lopked at
her husband's watch after fit had been
taken from his pocket. She had noted
the time on that also.
Thiis afternoon the direct examina­
tion of the witness was completed.
She was closely questioned about the
eondi-bion of the well and curbing, and
ifhe happenings before and subsequent
to 'Hhe arrlivtal of Mr. Scovil at the
ranch. She described the manner of
drawing water. The table that was
near the well had been placed there
the day before her husband's death.
Hen- husband haid placed it there him­
self. The cap ithait was on the ground
had been packed up, wiora to town and
afterward delivered to the coroner.
On cross-exaimination witness 'sand
she had been married about four years
at the time of her husband's dealth.
When tihey went to live at the ranch
May wias also a T&mcher living near
and his t^fcock ran over the range with
Hibbs stock. The relations between
May and Hibbs were always friendly.
They had gtone to Chicago together
-when May sold some horses. Witness
said she understood there was a suit
over the sale and that Mlay reli xl on
Hibbs as a material witness, at the
time of his death. The two faimiMes
Trad interchanged visits. May had
Visited at their place and Hibbs at
Miay's. She stated that "''times given
as to events on the morning of January
15 -were estimates, that she could not
give the exact times of occurrences.
She stated also that there was a stand­
ing joke between her husband and May
about pulling each other out of the
well. The cross-exaiminatlion was
still in progress at press time.
WANTS TO ARBITRATE.
THE VENEZUELAN GOVERNMENT
WANTS TO SUBMIT CLAIMS TO
ARBITRATION.
-FOR-
STORM SASH
ALL SIZES
Winter is approaching.
Washington, Dec. 13.—A cablegram
received by the state department to­
day from Minister Boiwen at Caracjp
states thajt the Venezuelan govern­
ment has requested bim tb propose to
Great Britain and Germany that the
difficulties arising out of claims far
alleged damages and injuries to Brit­
ish and German subjects during the
civil war "be submitted to arbitration.
OPENING OF THE FLORENCE
ORITTENTON HOME.
"The "new ^Florence Orittenton home,
"Nto. 419 east Second Street, will be
open on ^Monday, Dec. 15, ton 3 p.m.
to 5 p. m., aJso Tram 7 o'clock p. m. to
9 im. AD cordiiariy Invited.
An elegant line of suspenders in
satin and silk ait Hoover & Eppinger*s.
Save fuel and be comfortable.
Bismarck & Washburn Lumber Co.
Yards at Bismarck, Wilton, Washburn.*
General Office and Yard at Bismarck.
PIPESTONE HOT SPRINGS
iKs-iy, MONTANA.
Largest and Finest Health and Pleasure Resort in the
Northwest.
'a&p- Located 25 miles east of Butte City, the largest
mining camp in the world, at the base of the
Rocky Mountains, on the Northern Pacific Rail­
road. Large plunge baths, 75x100 feet. Private,
baths vapor baths first class hotel accomodations.
Rates, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 Per
OR. W*. *.
RCSMMENT f»HY*ICT*N,
(formerly of Hot String#, Afk-)
-I I.' .1.1 l|
Speculates by the week or month. Sure cure
for Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Dyspepsia, Kidney
and kited and skin diseases. Correspondence
solicited.
Dyspepsia,
Indigestion,
Belching,
Heartburn, or
Malaria, Fever
and Ague.
Can be eured
by the use of the
Bitters. Hun­
dreds have «o
testified. Try it
and fee con­
vinced.
Our
1903
Al­
manac is oow
steady. Get a
copy from your
druggist, ft is
free.
$
y.
P. R. BURKET, Prop.,
Pipestone Springs, Mont
(First Publication Dec. 5,"1902.)
SUMMONS.
STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, OOUN
ty of Burleigh. In District Court
—Sixth Judicial District.
Waiter Skelton, Plaintiff,
vs.
Harriet E. Ives, and all other persons
unknown claiming any estate or in­
terest in, or lien or imcumb"ance
upon, the property described in the
complaint, and their unknown heirs,
defendants
THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO
THE ABOVE NAMED DEFEND­
ANTS:
You and each of you are hereby sum­
moned to ansiwer the complaint in this
action, and to serve a copy of your an­
swer upon the subscriber within thirty
days after the service of this summons
upon you, exclusive of the day of ser­
vice, and in case of your failure to ap­
pear or answer, judgment will be taken
against you by default for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
Incumbrance upon, the property de­
scribed in the complaint and their
unknown heirs, defendants.
THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO
THE ABOVE NAMED DEFEND­
ANTS:
You and each of you are hereby sum­
moned to answer the complaint in this
aotfcm, and to serve a copy of youit an­
swer upon the subscriber within thirty
days after the service of -1MS summons
upon you, exclusive of the day of ser­
vice, and in case of your failure to ap­
pear pr answer, judgment win he taken
against you by default for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12. 1902
EDWARD S. ALLEN,
Attorney for PlaintifE, Bismarck, N.
Daited December 4 A. D. 1902.
You will iptlease take notice that the
summons and complaint in the above
entitled action, was filed in the ofiice of
the clerk of the district court in and
for Burleigh county and state of North
Dakota on the 4th day of December. A.
D.. 1902.
EDWARD S. ALLEN,
Attorney for Plaintiff, Bismarck. N. D.
Dated December 5, A. D. 1902.
(First Publication Dec. 5, 1902.)
SUMMONS. «.
STATE OP NORTH DAKOTA, COUN
ty of Burleigh. In District Court
—Sixth Judicial District.
Benjamin J. Flenchaus, Plaintiff,
vs.
William Van Epps and all Other persons
unknown claiming any estate or in­
terest in, or lien or incumbrance
mpon, the property described in tilie
complaint, and their unknown heirs,
defendants.
THE STATE OP NORTH DAKOTA TO
THE ABOVE NAMED DEPEND­
ANTS:
You and each of you are hereby sum­
moned to answer the complaint in this
action, and to serve a copy of your an­
swer upon the subscriber within thirty
days after the service of this summons
upon you, exclusive of the day of ser­
vice, and in case of your failure to ap­
pear or answer, judgment will be taken
against you by default for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
ALLEN & ALLEN,
Attorneys for Plaintiff, Bismarck,
N.'D.
Darted December 4. A. D. 1902.
You will please take notice that the
summons anid complaint in the above
entitled adtton was filed in the office of
the clerk of the district court in and
for Burleigh county and state of North
Dakota on the 5th day of December, A.
D.. 1902.
ALLEN & ALLEN,'
Attorneys for Plaintiff, Bismarck,
N. D.
Dated December 5, A. D. 1902.
(First Publication Dec. 5, ^902.)
SUMMONS.
STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, RGUN
ty of Burleigh. In District Ctourt
—Sixth Juddsoial District.
Walter Skelton, Plaintiff,
vs.
R.C.Jefferson, James Kasson, and all
other persons unknown claiming any
estate or interest in, or lien or
EDWARD S. ALLEN,
Attorney far Plaintiff, Bismarck, N. D.
Darted December--1, A. D. 1902.
You will ©lease take notice' that the
summons and- complaint in the alove
entitled adtffloa was filed in the office of
•the clerk of the district court in and
for Burleigh county and state of North
Dakota on the 4th day of December, A.
D.. 1902.
EDWARD S. ALLEN
Attorney Cor Plainrtdff, Bismarck, N. D.
Dated December 5, A. D. 1902.
(First Publication Dec, 5, 1902.)
SUMMONS.
STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, COl'N
ty of Burleigh. In District Court
—Sixth Judicial District.
Waiter Skelton. Plaintiff.
VS.
Chas. Munson, (jhristina Munson and all
other persons unknown claiming any
estate or interest in, or 11-m or
incumbrance upon, the property de­
scribed in the complaint and their
unknown hedir®, defendants.
THE STATE OF NORTH DAKO'lA TO
THE ABOVE NAMED DEFEND­
ANTS:
You and each of you are hereby sum­
moned to answer, the complaint In this
atftilon, and to serve a copy of your an­
swer upon the subscriber within thirty
days after the service of this summons
upon .you, exclusive of the day of ser­
vice, and in case of your failure ^ap­
pear or answer, judgment will be taken
against you by default for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
EDWARD S. ALLEN,
Attorney fbr Plaintiff, Bismarck, N. p.
Darted December 4, A. D. 1902.
You~will (please take notice that the
summons and complaint in« the a.bove
entitled axsfeten was filed in the office of
•the clerk of the district court in and
for Burleigh county and state of North
Dakota on the 4th day otf -December, A.
D.. 1902.
EDWARD S. ALLEN,
Attorney fbr Plaimtiff, Blamaxfck, N.
Dated Decembers, A. D. 1002.
(First Publication Dec. 5, 1902.)
SUMMONS.
STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, COUN
ty of BurMgh. In District Oourt
—Sixth Judicial Disitrict.
Benjamin J. Flemchaus, Plain-tifr,
vs.
J. G. Rapelje, and all other persons
unknown claliimling any estate or in­
terest in, or lien or incumbrance
upon, the property described in the
complaint, and tlheir unknown heirs,
THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO
THE ABOVE NAMED DEFEND­
ANTS:
You and each of you are hereby sum­
moned to answer the complaint in this
action, amd to serve a copy of your an­
swer upon the subscriber within thirty
days after the service of this summons
upon you, exclusive of the day of ser­
vice, and in case of your failure to ap­
pear or answer, judgment will be token
against you by default for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
ALLEN & ALLEN,
Attorneys for Plaintiff, Bismarck,
N. D.
Darted December 4, A. D. 1902.
You will please take, notice that the
summons amd complaint in the above
entitled action was-*hled in the office of
the clerk of the district court in and
for Burleigh county ^and state of North
Dakota on the 4th day of December, A.
D., 1902.
ALLEN & ALLEN,
Attorneys for Plaintiff, Bismairck,
N. D.
Dated Decemfber 5, A. D. 1902.
(First Publication Dec. 5, 1902.)
SUMMONS.
STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, 0r»(,"N
ty of Burleigh. In District Court
—Sixth Judicial Disitrict.
Waiter Skelton, Plaintiff,
vs.
Or
Randall Williams, and all other persons
unknown claiming any estate or in­
terest in, or lien or- incumbrance
upon, the property described in the
complaint, and their unknown heirs,
defendants. ..
THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO
THE ABOVE NAMED DEFEND­
ANTS:
You and each of you are hereby sum­
moned to answer the complaint in this
action, and to serve a copy of your an­
swer upon the subscriber within thirty
days after the service otf this summons
upon you, exclusive of the day of ser­
vice, and in case of your failure to ap­
pear or answer, judgment will be taken
against you by default for the relief
demanded in t^e complaint.
EDWJARD S. ALLEN,
Attorney for Plaintiff, Bismarck, N. D.
Dated December 4, A. D. 1902.
You will ipiease take notice that the
summons and complaint in the above
entitled action was filed in the office of
the clerk of the district court in and
for Burleigh county and state of North
Dakota on the 4th day of December, A.
D.. 1902.
EDWARD S. ALLEN,
Attorney for Plaintiff, Bismarck, N. D.
Dated December 5, A. D. 1902.
(First Publication Dec. 5, 1902.)
SUMMONS.
STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, COUN
ty of Burleigh. In District Court
—SJixth Judicial District.
Walter Skelton, Plaintiff,
TO.
L. V. Lounsberry, in trust for George
H. Lounsberry, and alL other persons
unknown claiming any estate or in­
terest in, or 'lien or Incumbrance
upon, the property described in the
complaint, and their unknown heirs,
defendants.
THE STATE OP NORTH DAKOTA TO
THE ABOVE NAiMED DEFEND­
ANTS:
You and each off you are hereby sum
moned to answer the complaint in this
action, and to -serve a copy of your an­
swer upon the subscriber within thirty
days after the service off this summons
upon you, exclusive of the day of ser­
vice, and in case of your failure to ap­
pear or answer, judgment will he talken
against you by de&uult for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
EDWARD S. ALLEN,
Attorney Dor Plaintiff, Bismarck, N. D.
Darted December 4^.A. D. 1902.
You wilUpflease talce notice that the
summons ,and complaint in the above
entitled acftSon was flltid' In the office of
the clerk of the district couH in and
for Burledgh county and state of North
Daikota om the .4th day off December, A.
D.. 1^02.,
EDWAIRiD B. ALLEN,
Attorney tor Plaintiff, Bismarck, N.
Dated December 5, JL, D. 1902.
(F^ret PuibMcatton Dec. 5, 1902.)'
SUMMONS.
STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, XJOUN
ty of Burleigh.) In District Court
—Sixth Judicial District.
Waiter Skelton. Plaintiff, •'*,
m.'
Nelson Farel, Eliza W. Harris, and all
other 'person® unknown claiming any
estate or interest in, or lien or
Incumbrance uion, the property de
sorilbed In the complaint and their
unknown hettms, 'dctfendanfts.
THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO
THE ABOVE NAiMED DEPEND­
ANTS:
You and etalch of you a^e hereby sum­
moned to answer the complaint in this
iactton, and to serve a copy of your an­
swer upon the'euibaegber within thirty
1
dayB after the' service of suibmoni
upon you, exclusive of the day of ser­
vice, and in case off your failure to ap­
pear or answer, Judgment will he taken
against you by d«f«ult for the relief
demanded in tbe complalnt.
EDWARD S. AjLLEN
Atitorney tor Plaintiff, Bisffrck. N.
Darted December 4, A. D. 1902.
You will (please talce^tlce that the
summons and complaint in the above
entitled (adttan was Wed in the office of
he clerk of the district court in and
for Buriedigh CfMinty and state yt North
Dakota on the 4fth day off December, A.
D.. 1902.
EDWARD S. ALLEN,
Attorney for Plaintiff, Btematttk, N. D.
Dated DeCeoxber 5, A. D. 1902.
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SECRET SOCIETIES.
MASONIC.
Bismarck Lodge, A. p. & A. M., No. 5.
Meets first ana third Mondays In each
month at Masonic hall. Henry L. Reade,
W. M. W. F, Cochrane, Secretary.
Tancred Commandery, Knights Templar
No. 1. Meets third Thursday in eacH
month at Masonic hall, Dakota Block. M.
M. Cook, E. C. W. F. Cochrane Recorder.
Bismarck Chapter. No. 11, O. E. S.
Meets first and third Fridays In each month
at.Masonic hall, Dakota Block. Margaret
Hare. W. M. Hattle Skelton, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
St. Elmo Lodge, No. 4. Meets every
Wednesday evening at Workmen hnli
Baker Block. John Bostrom, C. C. John
L. Peterson. K. of R. and S.
BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN YEO­
MEN.
A fraternal-insurance organization. Meets
first and-third Thursdays of each month In
G. A.'R. hall. Frank J. Mason, F. 0. A.
Hess, correspondent. Machine shop.
ANCIENT ORDER UNITED WORKMEN.
Bismarck Lodge, No. 120. Meets the
first and third Tuesday evenings of each
month at their hall In the Baker Btork at
8 o'clock. C. E. Murrell, M. W.{ Bradley
Marks, Recorder.
I. O. O. F.
Capital. City Lodge No. 2—Meets everj
Friday at McGowan hall at. 8 o'clock p. in.,
Chas. E. Murrell, N. G. Frank J. Burt, Sec'y.
G. A. R.
James B. McPherson Post No. 2, 'Depart­
ment of North Dakota, Grand Armv or the
Republic. Meets every second and fourth
Thursday In each month at G. A. R. hall,
Bismarck, N. D. Nlcolos Dockendorf, Com­
mander W. A. Bentley, Adjutant.
THE FLORENCE CBITTENTON HOME AND
Hospital for Friendless Women and Children.
Incorporated November 29,1901. No. 419 East
Second Street, Bismarck, N. Dak. President,
Josie H. Beers Vice President, Rhoda A. Wood
Corresponding Secretary, Linda W. Slaughter
Recording Secretary, Alhina E. Couch Treas­
urer, Mary E.-Wbitecraft Auditor, Harriet E.
Wilcox Matron, Margaret L. Ashley,
WOMEN'S RELIEF CORPS.
Meets second and fourth Fridays of each
month at their hall at 2:30 p. m. Florence
Ward, president Mrs. Dorothy J. Field
secretary.
NICHOLSON REBEKAH NO. 40
Meets' the first and third Saturdays of
every month in Odd Felows' hall, at 8
o'clock.
ELLA HOUGHTALLING, N. G.
JENNIE O'CONNOR, Sec'y.
Wholesale and Retail
.GROCERS.,.
Dealers in Coal, Wood, Ice and
Grain.
Corner third and Broadway
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Are conveniently and'eomfortably
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The Limited, leaving Min­
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8.00 p. in. daily, arrives in
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afternoon. Combination
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The Scenic Express, leav­
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Sunday, arrives in St.
Loqis early next morning.
Sleeping Cars from Bock
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This is the most direct route from
Minneapolis and St. Paul to Clin­
ton, Davenport, Rock Island, and
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Passengers by either train make
close connections With lines aouth,
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(Incorporated.)
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Stocks, Bonds,
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Bought and sold for cash or on margins for,
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offices.
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SOO TIME CARD
No. 97, mixed, west bound, arrive 5:08 p. m.
No*. 96, mixed, east bound, depart 8:45 a. m.
Freight and passengers for Braddock, Na
poleon, Oakes, Hankinson and all points no
Soo line to Minneapolis.
Bismarck, Washburn & Or
eat
Falls Railway Co.
Official Time Card No. 12. Taking effect at
6 a. m, Monday, January 13th, 1901.
Daily except Sunday.
No. 1. Mis, Stations. No. 2.
8:80 a. m. 0..Lv..Bismarck-..t..Ar. 8:00p. m.
9:10 a. m. 10..Lv. ..Arnold t..Ly,2:20 p. m,
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26.Lv.Chapin Jet..... Lv
10:20 a. m. 27.Ar.. Wilton...... t..Lv.l:15 p. m.
28 ..Chapin
ll:S0 a.m. 27 Lv..Wilton....t..Ar.. IKK) p.
a Lv. Roosevelt.... Lv.. a
11:15 a. m. 45 Ar..Washburn..t.Lv.. 12:15p. m.
a Stop on signal. Telegraph, station.
edwin o. washbubn E. H. WALKEB,
General Manager. Traffic Manager
CALIFORNIA
Is the land of perpetual
sunshine, fruit and flow­
ers, and the best way to
get there is to take the
OnlyShasta Route
Prom Portland, Oregon.
Dining' Cars, Pullman
Sleepers, and an
Trains leave Portland
•daily at 8:30 a. m. and
8^0 p. m., reaching San
Francisco in less than
36 hours and Los An
10 hours later.
I
Portland to Los
Angeles and Ret'n
For illustrated patn-
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phlets, maps, folders,
etc., address,
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FromSt.PauI
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AUTUMN
•MMANDa-M
^WINTER.
An very pleasant seasons in the
Ozark Mountains. The altitude in this
region Is sufficient to insure a thin, n»?r
atmosphere and the location is far
enough south to guarantee a mild, open
winter.
EUREKA SPRINGS
has flourished this Vear as never before
and Jhe approaching Fall and Winter
promise we *,4
THE CRESCENT HOTEL
has been remodeled, and opened under
the management of the Frisco "System,
with Mr. E, E. Sumner as proprieter!
It Is provided with new conveniences
and comforts of every description, and
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