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L. W. Bohn, N.
n the city.
P. claim agent, is
Miss Ella Larkin left for Minneap
olis last evening^
Mrs. M. Sinclair was a passenger
from the west last evening.
Miss Roxjr Foss of Balfour, N. D.,
la the guest of Miss Ruth Tweed.
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Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Weber were
east bound passengers on No. 4 today.
George McCabe returned to Man
dan today after a few days visit with
Itifli parents.
.. B. H. Kroeze and H. M. Taber
were east bound passengers last ev
ening.
Mrs. John Kurth has returned
from the L. O. T. Maccabee conven
tion- at Fargo.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Lieber, left
esterday to attend the U. C. T. con
vention at Fargo. I
her home at Page, N. D.
It is reported that Peaster of the
Minneapolis American league team,
will pitch for Valley City.
A marriage license was granted to
day to Joseph Mutz of this city and
Miss Helen Bachman of Fond Du Lac,
Wis.
at Lisbon, returned Tuesday for the
summer.
Miss Lillian McDonald, who has
been visiting Miss Margaret Lenz for
the past few days, returned to her
home at Valley City.
Mrs.. Ward Luther and baby and
Misfr Dessie Synder of Jackson, Mich.,
are the guests of their father, F. P.
Snyder and wife.
Misses Bess and Alice are in the
•city the guest of their brother, C.
E. Davis of the James River National
bank, enroute to Myrtle Creek, Ore.
John Severn, Harry Fox and Gene
Rinquette went fishing a few miles
southeast of town yesterday after-1
noon. It is reported they got—back.
Dick Long, the old time railroader,
of the city, who has been making
a trip to Minnesota, has returned
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Mr. and Mrs. Jake Smith, who John B. Fried returned today from
spent the winter at the Soldiers Home
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Ingmundson
and Max were passengers on No. 6t
this morning for Fargo to take in the
U. C. T. convention.
Mrs. Isabelle Blades and Mrs. Hen
Ty LaBrasch returned this morning'
from Grand Forks, where they at-1
-tended the Rebekah convention.
Mrs. A. W. Guest and son, Master
Dolph, have gone to London, Canada,
to visit relatives of- Dr. Guest this
•summer.
liome. Hhe has been on the sick list the Carnival in todays count are the
lor some time. Misses Jennie Brown, Leona Dineliart
and Mildred Marks.
The Millers and the "pencil push
ers" of the N. P. Superintendent's of
fice, broke even with a 6 to 6 score in
a ten inning game Tuesday evening—
and they didn't have to use arc lights
to finish it. Reports have it one of
hottest games of the season.
[||p% It Js reported that a new shining
H^Hght" has appeared in the base, ball
^®%orW. George Fox, the popular
Lewls-Vldger salesman, has signed
y up "With the "Fats" at Mlnnewaukan.
The i'Fats" team was recently' de
feated by the "Leans" of that-place
^'•a 20 to IS score. George did
"tipme spectacular fielding In this
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sportsman and
twin daughters left this noon for a marriage license was granted to
their new home at Esmond. Mr. (jay f0r Ernest A. Meyer of Lidger
Sportsman now has taken a run on wood, N. D., and Laura E. Johnson
the Oberon branch. of Fried. They were married by
Ayer's Hair Vigor, new: im
proved formula, is a genuine
hair-food. It feeds, nourishes,
builds uf, strengthens, (oylgot
ates/ The. hair grows more
rapidly, leeps softand smooth,
add all dandruff disappears,
^idnqture,* little. you/
qajr .4 goodl -hair-food.
mot change tricolor of lht hair.
Jlm Flannery passed through the 'newaukan, who was elected president
city this morning enroute to his home of the Rebekah Assembly of North
in Billings, Mont. He is just return- Dakota at the session Wednesday,
ing from the Brotherhood of Rail- appointed Mrs. J. J. Nierling of tihs
way Trainmen convention held at city on the legislative committee.
Harrisburg, Pa. Among the speak
ers at the convention was Pres. Taft.
Miss Frances Tilden is at home P*st three years has been assistant
slowly recovering from a protracted
Illness from typhoid fever. She will
"not be able to resume her work at
the City hospital for several weeks.
B. F. Tilden, who is at the hospital,
noi "Jf
his condition is said to be the cause
of much anxiety- to relatives and
Friday
la
(^Patterson, proprietor of
JTanqla wttk Mofc bottU
IU* It to your
dootor
ilk him about it.
than d® m1i« uya
frtfii lt&dnot hesitate «btutusi(ie thi$
rifew Hair Vifcoffrom*nyFeirof itschsng*
ittg the color of your bait. The fietf
Ayer'a Hair Vigor prevents premature
erayness, but does not change the color
of 'the hkir even to the slightest degree.
Mx1»b/Uit J. 0. AjnOo., »#«u.
t{ie ne^
Miss Morrish, one of the Franklin jwas a passenger east last evening,
school teachers, left last evening for
McKenzie hotel at Bismarck,
Joe Mutz left last evening for Wis*
consin.
Chas. Petty was a passenger east
last evening.
Miss Lola Ellsworth was a passen
ger north today.
Judge Ellsworth was an east bound
passenger yesterday on No. 8.
a
business trip to Aberdeen, S. D.
Rev. Father McDonald was a vis
itor in the city yesterday.
E. H. Mattingly left today for the
U. C. T. convention at Fargo.
Major Steadman spent a few hours
in the city last evening enroute east.
D. J. Hull, formerly of this city,
was an arrival from the east this
morning.
Miss Mary Nowlin has accepted
a position as bookkeeper with the
Haas Merc. Co.
Joe Pinger of this city, left today
for Great Falls, Mont., to spend the
summer with his parents.
J. J. Nierling was a passenger
from Grand Forks today, where he
attended the state Odd Fellows con
vention.
Bryant Tilden passed through the
city last evening enroute from Bis
marck to the U. C. T. convention at
Fargo.
Georgie Bensch, son of Henry
iBensch, is carrying a broken arm,
caused by falling from a ladder last
evening.
Chris Fleutsch was a passenger to
Edmunds today to look after the
store there while Fred Draws? is doing
jury duty at Fargo.
The contestants for the Queen cf
Judge Hemmi this afternoon.
Nearly sixty couples took in the
Wednesday dance at Tucker's pa
vilion, Spiritwood Lake, last night.
The evening was fine and music by
Hamilton's orchestra of Jamestown, the city on his tour of inspection.
was excellent. Elizabeth Harriman of Min-
Silas Zwight, general master me
chanic of the Northern Pacific lines
east of Mandan, spent yesterday in
Copies of the 1911 session laws,
printed by Knight and Co., Fargo,
state printers, have just been receiv
ed by attorneys from the secretary
of state. The book is much larger
than usual on account of the increas
ed numbers of laws passed by the last
legislature.
Ray G. Davidson, who. for the
Stewart at the state hospital for in
sane and previous to that time in
structor at the Jamestown high
school and an employee of the N. P.
Ry. Co., left today for Minneapolis
position with Dr. Baldwin, now sup
erintendent of the university hospi
tals of .the University of Minnesota.
Dr. Bert Nierling and Attorney
A. W. Aylmer have returned from
a short fishing trip at Perham, Minn.
They report a fine trip but most of
the pike caught, measured just 13%
Miches long and were thrown back
as the law requires a growth of at
least 14 Inches. Agent T. A. Boy
den, Sheriff Romer and wife, Joe
Gokey of Dawson and others of this
vicinity arT at Big Timber lake.
-At th* rtittfijr meetlngof the.lf,.
B. A. held la»tevei»lng,Mrs. J. A.
A. Carter, Geo. Heron and .Jake Salt-
V,"i
ing were chosen as delegates to the
state convention to be held in Grand
Forks, July 6th. The drill team of
the lodge which has been practicing
for the past few months gave the
team Tvcrk last evening for the first
time.- The ladies were attired in
white with sashes of the lodge colors
draped from their shoulders. The
team work was good and much credit
is due the leader, Win. Ringuette,
who wc.s later presented with a gold
M. B. A. pin for his untiring efforts.
A Bocial session, dance and refresh
ments followed the meeting.
Saturday
J. B. Fried has gone to Winnipeg,
Canada on a land deal.
Mrs. Glover accompanied by her
grandson, Ronald Thompson, is vis
iting relatives at Dawson.
Wm. Pummel of Dawson was in
the city yesterday visiting Mrs. G.
W. Thompson and family and return-
ed home today after attending the
MU* Marlon
JAMESTOWN WEEKLY ALERT
The elocution recital of the pupils
PhlllinB went to Far-'t,tled
Miss Marion mmips went
go today on No. 4 to spend a week
with the MisseB Buchanan. She will
enjoy the commencement evercises
of Fargo college which begin this
evening.
Charles Hunt has gone to Miller,
Gene Seller is carrying his arm in
a sling as the result of a fall from his
the front tire cused the smashing
of the front rim. Gene sprained his
shoulder and chipped the elbow bone
iy the fall.
ter for the State Hospital for the In
sane, for the year ending June 30,
1912, will be received at the office
of the steward of said institution up
to one o'clock p. m., of June 30,
1911.
Butter must be of the best quality
of dairy butter, must be sweet, fresh,
and first class in every respect.
sum
formance of their contract.
All bids mi^st be marked
for furnishing Butter."
take animal at once.
H. W. Porter,
Jamestown, N. D.
ESTRAYED
Seven spring calveB strayed away,
discription: 1 roan heifer, 1 black
bull with white face, one
red
heifer,
three red bulls. Please take up and
notify owner. Will pay reasonable
charges.'
W. R. Angle,
Windsor, N. D.
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DINNER OF THE FAITHFUL
For Early Boosting Purposes of the
Democracy
The Minneapolis Journal has the
following account, in part, of the
meeting on the roof of the St. Paul
hotel for the purpose of launching
Gov. Burke's boom on the troubled o
cean of politics. The Journal says:
D. H. McArthur of Fargo, chair
man of the North Dakota state com
mittee, who is credited with the orig
inal idea of making the dinner a
northwestern affair, got up the roof
garden meeting, which was announc
ed in the lobby by T. D. Casey of
Grafton. J. E. Kelly of Fianareau, S.
D., was made chairman and he called
on a long list of speakers, the meet
ing lasting for an hour and a half.
W. E. Purcell of Wahpeton, the form
er senator, was called on first, and
after a little talk about the record
0j
democrats in congress, he op­
ene(| Up
Congregational meeting at Pingree. Applause marked the mention of
eac^
of Miss Hazel Kepford and Mrs.
James Campbell attending St. Johns
Academy was held at the Academy the nomination," said former Senator
assembly room Friday afternoon, purcell, "and any one of them is en-
on presidential candidates.
Yells for Favorite Son
"There are many men available for
to the
suPP°rt
party.
S. D., to visit with his brother for people, fitted to lead, Indiana pre-
of the
Nebraska has her great and
a few days. He will spend the sum- sents her gallant son, and Missouri several weeks visit in Canada,
mer in South Dakota in the employ has two or three who might be chos- Messrs. Goodsill and Klaus had
of the American Aluminum company en. But we, coming from the fertile jjjg contract for manufacturing the
of Pittsburg. On October 1, he will prairie of North Dakota, have in our
enter the Rush Medical college of midst a son of our state, a man of
Chicago.—Grand Forks Times. the people, and when you assemble
in the next national convention, we
want
yOU to forget the name
of Jolm Burke
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bicycle. While coasting down the There were yells for Bryan's name,
north hill Wednesday a blow out in
a
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Mayor Blewett attended the avia-,
tion demonstration at Fargo yester
day and is enthusiastic over the
flight of the bird man. Many from
Jamestown, including the mayor,
will see St. Henry fly at Carrington
Monday. Train leaves Jamestown at
noon and returns same evening after wound up with a tribute to Burke,
the performance. saying that his greatest asset is
jajnf clapping for Harmon, a round
of applause for Wilson, not much
for Champ Clark and Folk, but the
North Dakota boomers got generally
noisy for Burke.
Orator Turns Loose
The Board of Trustees reserve the marck, joined in the chorus and Mr.
right to reject any and all bids. Hellstrom made quite a denunciatory
Successful bidders will be required speech leveled at the courts for the
to furnish a satisfactory bond in the Minnesota rate decision and e
of $100 for the faithful
per-
'Bids
M. D. Williams,
Steward.
Jamestown, N. D., June 9, 1911.
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TAKEN UP
One black polled cow, with white ...
line along back and tall, came to or their money, and is playing into
my place May 18th, four miles west the hands of the Guggenheims.
of Eldridfce, the sw% section 30-140- Ed Cole of Fargo, was the last
65. Owner call, pay charges and
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George P. Jones, once famous in
Minnesota, as "Jones of Rock," but
now ef Edgel&y, N. D., and boomed
as the democratic candidate for gov
ernor to succeed John Burke, made
one of his spellbinder talks, and
"plain justice and common honesty,"
and that "his heart beats in harmony
BIDS FOR DAIRY BUTTER
Sealed proposals for furnishing but- with the song of the harvester and
mower, with the machinery of the
factory and the woodsman's ax,
Bids will be considered in amounts crate would have been for him. Now
of fifty pounds and upwards per they put forward John Burke, also
month, to be delivered at the store elected three times in a strong re
room of the institution semi-month- publican state. James Doyle of ear
ly in equal amounts, each month in rington, N. D., and F. O. Hellstrom,
the year. warden of the state prison at Bis-
Tobias D. Casey of Grafton, N. D.,
said that, though he was the only
democrat in the North Dakota legis
lature in 1905, in the next year the
democrats elected a governor and
since have repeated. Had John. A.
Johnson lived, North Dakota demo-
Standard Oil case.
Charles G. Heifner of Seattle, the
Washington representative, talked on
the Alaska situation, condemning the
Taft administration for the Ballinger
course on the Cunningham claims
and for falling to decide the pending
coal claims. This delay, he said, is
shutting out little men who have filed
and who can neither get their claims
speaker an dhe cut loose as
ESTRAYED 1 thing. If the northwest goes united
On May 5th about 12 miles south-, for Burke it can land him in a high
west of the eity one span of bay place in the next administration at
mares, one blind in one eye. Finder Washington.
notify Ambrose Walsh, Jamestown,
N. D.
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already
speaker. He declared that this is
an age of commercialism and it i^
proper in politics to go to a convention
with something and aske for some-
The meeting broke up at this point
with an announcement that national
committeemen and chairmen of state
committees were requested to meet in
North Dakota headquarters. Dan W.
Lawler, who was to have closed the
program, did not get a chance to
speak. The committeemen's meeting
did not materialized, and its purpose
was not announced, but it was to
have been a conference in the Inter
est of John Burke.
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Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
A S O I A
Shotwel! Floral Co.,
Fargo. D.
Cui.V16weK0t.Bies
Grower*
or start aotlc*.
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TWENTY YEARS AGO
Items Taken From Jamestown
Alert Twenty Years Ago
O O O O O O O O
Thorwald to the member of the
graduating class of the high school
who should have the highest per
centage of schlarship, was won
by Winnie Wade, whose percentage
was 96 and a fraction.
The committee appointed by Judge
Rose to examine applicants for li
cense to practice before the courts
of North Dakota, reported in favor
of James Murphy, Foster county, H.
B. Chess, Wells county, E. S. Rose,
Stutsman county and C. J. Maddock,
Eddy county. On the committee
were Atty's. Baldwin and McMillan
and States Attorney Jas. Cleary all
of this city.
Cucumbers at Kelleys. i
A farmer came into town on the
9th wearing a fur coat, yet the weath
er was just the thing for wheat.
W. F. Hodge was moving into his
new residence on Fifth avenue a tas
ty two-story house.
George Warnock and Miss Tillie
H. Everett were married at the resi
dence of the bride's parents on 4 th
avenue south. Ralph Davidson and
coupie.
and carried out by his opponents, pharmacist there.
Ohio had another son, a man well Mrs. James' Davidson and daugh
qualifled to lead the party. New ter, returned to the city from Ocala,
Jersey has another, a man of the Florida, where they spent the winter.
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«nited Carrie Warnock attended the young Minnesota Loan and Trust Company
matchless leader, whose policies, chas. Ferrier left for Moorhead ment dated December 3rd, 1906, and
once ridiculed, have been adopted to take a position with the leading recorded in the office of the register
Misa
Maggie Thorwold left for a
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORE
CLOSURE BY ADVER
TISEMENT
brick for the Hunt building. They' 'ty, North Dakota, on April 28tb»
expected to burn 100,000 brick in' 1911, in book "46" of mortgages,
the first kiln. page "304" will be foreclosed by
Notice is hereby given that that
certain mortgage, executed and de»
livered by Hans A. Stinson and Jar
da M. Stinson, his wife, mortgagors,
to A. J. Smith, mortgagee, dated
the 1st day of May, 1907 and
filed for record in the office of the
register of deeds of the county of
Stutsman, state of North Dakota,
on the 6th day of May, 1907, and
recorded, in book 25 of mortgages
on page 114, will be fore
closed by a sale of the premises
iu such mortgage and hereinafter
described at the front door of the
court house in the city of Jamestown
in the county of Stutsman and state
of North Dakota at the hour of 2
o'clock in the afternoon, on the 1st
day of July, A. D. 1911 to satisfy
the amount due upon said mortgage
on the day of sale. The premises
described in said mortgage and which
will be sold to satisfy the same, are
described as follows, viz:
Lots thirteen (13), fourteen (14)
and fifteen (15), in block one (1),
Town of Kensal, N. D„ and also thir
teen (13) acres on the sw% of the
southwest quarter (sw%) of section
twelve (12), township one hundred
forty-four (144), north of range six
ty-four (64), described as follows:
Beginning at a point thirty-three
(33) rods north from the southwest
corner of said section 12, thence
north along said west of said section,
fifty-two (52) rods to the St. Paul,
Minneapolis and Sault Ste Marie rail
road, thence easterly along said rail
road, seventy-one rods, thence south
eighteen rods, thence west sixty-two
rods to the place of beginning, con
taining 13 and 9-16 acres more or
less, all in Stutsman county, North
Dakota.
There will be due on said mortgage
on the date of sale the sum of four
hundred fifty-tv o and 40-100 dol
lars ($452.40) as principal and inter
est and the costs incurred by this
foreclosure, and attorney fee in the
further sum of $25.00.
No other action or proceeding at
law or in equity has been instituted
to recover payment of said debt,
notes secured by said mortgage.
A power of attorney to foreclose
said mortgage has been issued by
the mortgagee to the undersigned at
torneys directing the foreclosure of
said mortgage, which power of at
torney was, on the 16th day of May,
A. D. 1911, filed and recorded in (he
office of the register of deeds in and
for said county.
Dated May 16th, 1911.
A. J. Smith,
Owner and holder of said mortgage
John Knauf,
Attorneys for the "T.ner and
holder of said mortgage,
Jamestown, N. D.
1st pub. 5-18—6tw
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the matter of the estate of Dan
iel D. Unrnh, deceased,
i. ls^hereby fiven by the an
dersigned Anna D. Unruh admlnlstra- uaST
13ns:
•mr
trlx of the estate of Daniel D. Unrufc,
late of New Home in the county of
Stutsman and state of North Dakota,
deceased, to the creditors of, and *U
persons having claims against said
deceased, to exhibit them, with thf
The gold watch offered by R.C. necessary vouchers, within six month*
after the first publication of this no»
tice, to said administratrix at her ret*
ldence in township one hundred for*
ty-four, (144) range sixty-nine (61),
in said Stutsman county, or at Sykef*
ton state bank, Sykeston, N. D,
Dated May 31st, A. D. 1911.
Anna D. Unrvh.
Administratrix
Marion Conklin,
Attorney for Administratrix.
1st pub. 6-8—4tw
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NOTICE OF MORTGAGE F01U9*
CLOSURE SALE
Notice is hereby given, that that
certain mortgage executed and deUrv
ered by Peter Marsolek and Elizabeth
Marsolek, his wife, mortgagors, to
The Minnesota Loan and Trust Com*
pany mortgagee, dated December
1st, 1906, and filed for record in the
office of the register of deeds of
Stutsman county, North Dakota, 0B
the 14th day of January, 1907, and
recorded in book "21" of mortgages,
page "373", and assigned by Tlia
to Edward S. Stebbins, by assifa-
Oliver Bennett, the sheep king of sale of the premises in said mortgage,
the Windsor hills, was showing off' and hereinafter described, at the
a new top buggy in Mt. Pleasant. front door of the court house in ths
o city of Jamestown, Stutsman county.,
of deeds of said Stutsman county
North Dakota, April 4th, 1907, 1%
book "27" of mortgages, page "142"
and assigned by said Edward S. Steb*
bins to Mary B. S. Ingham, by as^
signment dated November 5th, 1908.
and recorded in the office of the reg«
ister of deeds of said Stutsman coijiq*
North Dakota, at the hour of 10
m., on the 6th day of July, 1911, to
satisfy the amount due upon aald
mortgage on the day of sale.
The premises described in said
mortgage, and which will be sold to
satisfy the same, are described as
follows:
The northwest quarter (nw%) of
section twenty-three
(23),
township
one hundred forty-three (143),
range sixty-four
(64),
according to
the United States Government Sur
vey thereof, and containing one hun
dred sixty
(160)
acres of land, more
or less.
There will be due on such mort
gage at the day of sale the sum of
two thousand seventy-six
50-100
($2076.50)
dollars.
Dated May 22, 1911.
Mary B. S. Ingham,
Assignee of mortgagee.
Guy C. H. Corliss,
Attorney for Mary B. S. Ingham,
Assignee of Mortgagee, Grand
Forks, North Dakota.
1st pub. 5-25—6tw I
SHERIFF'S SALE
By virtue of an Execution, issued
out of ai.d under the seal of the dls«
trict court in and for the county of
Stutsman and state of North Dakota,
upon a judgment rendered and dock*
eted in said court, on the 3rd day of
January,-A. D.
1911,
in an action
therein pending wherein McCord
Rubber Co., a corporation is plaintiff
and T. J. Atwood defendant, In favor
of the said plaintiff and against said
defendant, for the sum of three hun*
dred ninety and
70-100
dollars, which
execution was directed and delivered
to me as sheriff in and for the-said
county of Stutsman, I have this 17th
day of April, A. D.
1911,
levied upon
all the right, title and interest of the.
said defendant, T. J. Atwood, in and
to the following described real estate,
to-wit:
The south half of section
twenty-eight (2 8) in township one
hundred forty-four
(144)
range six­
ty-seven (67) all in Stutsman county,
North Dakota.
Notice is hereby given that I, the
undersigned as sheriff as aforesaid,
will sell the above described real es«
tate property to the highest bidder,
for cash, at public auction, at the
front door of the court house In the
city of Jamestown in the county of
Stutsman and state of North Dakota,
on Friday, the 16th day of June, A.
D. 1911, at 2 o'clock p. m., of that
day to satisfy the said execution, to«
gether with the interest and costl
thereon.
Dated May 10th, A. D. 1911.
N. H. Romer,
Sheriff of Stutsman County,
State of North Dakota.
1st pub. 5-11—6tw
KSTAIfl HEALTH Tl MOTNCtARQ MIR*
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soothiwo wjj fcsgj
tued for over SIXTY YK ARSbylf ILtlO,
MOTHERS for their CHILDRKNT
TB8THINO. with PKRPBCT gPCCl.
the CHILD. SOFTKMS th« OCMI
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