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IiOWEN'S SHOP.
SOW, PlMKvi I f I'D FOOLTH'
HOW DID YOU OL MAM, PINKY
KNOW WHUT I I'D GlT ME A
HE MEANT, )SET O' FALSE
EF IT WEREN'T WHISKERS
ON YORE MIND? TO WEAR HOME
THETS A GOOD FROM THESE i
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A WATCH, XVprr TOP WAGES
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OUT OUR WAY
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Pinky — you ll
HAVE ONE,
<sOME DAY.
mXLE grease
HURRIED 'EM
UP A LITTLE.
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TO-SCEL -\r-- WELL,
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AT WHISKERS!
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EVER HAVE ANY
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THE NEWFANGLES (Momn Pop) -By Cowan
FAVOPAftLE ACTION HPnS
T3EEM TAKEN ON TVfiL PETITION
presented to the coupt
WILLIAM GPlt>'\ IS
V "MO GCtK <M COuOT? y
'WHAT'S THE FIRST
BUSINESS BEFOOL
THE COURT. BAILIFF *5
iTC^tEMS CFPTkjM GR.M'S
THE. OWfJEP Of THESE
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DAPN ^OOU LET US KNOW
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OOUBT. At? E HIS. AND THAT'
GRtM »S AT TUE COURTHOUSE
Mrs.J.T.McDaris
Dies In Buncombe
Was Mother of Mrs. H. G.
Buckner of This City
ASHEVILLE, Dec. 12.—Mrs. J
T. McDaris, 62. of trie Beech sec
tion. who died Sunday at her
home, will be buried this after
noon in the Penland cemetery, at
Beech, following funeral services
to be conducted at the Beech
Presbyterian church.
The Rev. W. M. Hyde, Jr., and
the Rev. H. B. Dendy will offici
ate.
Pallbearers will be nephews of
Mrs. McDaris. Flower bearers will
be the Misses Juanita West, Fran
ces Pike. Louise Brigman, Virginia
Buckner, Katherine Brigman and
Marie Maney. granddaughters.
Honorary pallbearers will bo
O. E. Stont-r. F. A. Penland, C. li.
Brownell. Eugene Penland, Robert
Grejjji:. Woodward Wagner, Wood
fin Bartlett, W. L. Bartlett. Earl
Sawyer. H. E. Sawyer, R. S. Pea
land, Harley Cook. W. C. John
son. E. H. Hensley. Dr. C. N.
Sprinkle, and Nick Anders.
Surviving Mrs. McDaris are one
son. Harvev McDaris, of Beech,
four daughters. Mrs. W. L. Brijr
man and Mrs. Gertrude Pike, of
West Asheville; Mrs. T. W. West,
of Wcaverville. and Mrs. H. G.
Buckner, of Hendersonville; three
Rnswers
u sm
btodayS
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f.UESSES
The CHURCH of the NATIVI
TY, in BETHLEHEM, stands on
or very near the spot where. Jesus
Christ was born. KING I^AVID
was born in Bethlehem. NINE
Justices sit on the bench of thi
CJ. S. supreme court.
(step-daughters. Mrs. John Brie
man and Mrs. Emerson Maney, of
j Beech, and Mrs. F. B. Road, oi'
! Washington, l>. C-; two brothers,
R. C.. and Sam Collins, of John
i son City. Tenn., and 21 grandchil
l dren.
j
1 j, S. Massenburg
Post Commander
j COLUMBUS, Dec. 12.—A meet
i inj; of the Butler-Lewis post of
the American Legion was held
Friday evening in the auditorium
of the Stearns school, at which
officers for the new year w'fre
elected.
The election was held after a
i Slum supper was served to ap
i proximately 30 members of |he
post. P. S. White, retiring com
mander. presided.
Officers elected are: J. S. Mas
senburg, commander; P. S. White,
' first vice - commander; A. A.
! Thompson, second vice-comman
der; R. L. McXeely. adjutant; L).
j S. Blois, service officer; R. L.
! Johnson, sergeant-at-arms; and J.
j W. Artz, chaplain.
I COLUMBUS P -T. A.
TO GIVE PAGEANT
COLUMBUS. Dec. 12. — The
Parent-Teacher association wm
hold a regular monthly meeting in
the auditorium of the Stearns
school Tuesday evening. An un
usually large attendance is ex
pected. A Christmas pageant will
be presented under the direction
of the program committee. This
will take the place of the usual
speaker and is expected to draw i
large crowd.
Reports of interest to the school
and community are expected to be
read. The school's efforts to build
with the aid of the civil works ad
ministration a gymnasium will be
discussed. It is hoped that work
can be started soon in oixler to
provide additional jobs for the
unemployed in Polk county.
TRANSYLVANIA WILL
START HOLIDAY FOR
SCHOOLS DEC. 21ST
BREVARD. Dec. 12. (Special).
Transylvania county schools will
close on Thursday afternoon, De
cember 21. for the Christmas holi
days, date of reopening to be de
cided at a meeting of principals
to be held in Brevard Saturday.
LICENSE BUREAU
BREVARD. Dec. 1C. (Special).
McCrary Auto Service has been
designated as official license bu
reau for Transylvania county, this
beinc the first official station to
be established in this county.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
I \,
Ly virtue ol and pursuant. to
a decree rendered at the Novem
ber term, 1{>33, of the superior
court of Henderson county, in
the case of The Baltimore Trust
Company. et al. vs. Southland
Corporation, et al, the undersign
ed commissioner will, on Monday,
Jan. 1. 193-1, M 11:15 o'clock a.
m. at the front door of the court
house of Henderson county, in
Hendersonville, N. C., offer for
sale at public outcry to the high
est bidder for cash the following
described lands, situate in Hen
derronville township, Henderson
county, N. C., bounded and de
scribed as follows:
Beginning- on a rock standing
about 30 feet north of the Crab
Creek road, Drake's and Cooper's
corner, and runs south 85 1-2 de
grees east 53 poles to a stake;
thence south 3 poles to a post
oak; thence south 86 1-2 degrees
east 17 poles to a stake; thence
south 87 degrees east 32 poles to
a stake in the center of Mud
Creek and in Edwin Parson's
line, and II. T. Drake's southeast
corner; thence up and with the
center of Mud Creek canal as it.
meanders as follows: South f> de
grees west 11<> 1-2 poles; south
7 3-4 degrees west 30 poles;
south 12 3-4 degrees west 42
poles; south 18 degrees west 42
poles; south 33 1-4 degrees west
24 poles; south 23 1-2 degrees
west 31 1-2 poles; south 11 1-2
degrees west 23 poles to Parson's
southwest corner, also Memming
er's corner; thence still with the
said Mud Creek canal, south 5i>
degrees west 20 1-4 poles; south
45 degrees west 13 1-2 poles;
| souxn 01 i -z degrees wcm o± ±—*
pole's; south 75 degrees west 36
I poles to a stake in the center of
1 said canal, Vincent's and Mem
j minger's and Middleton's corner;
I thence with the Vincent line
north 4ft degrees west 28 poles
to a stake, R. M. Oates corner;
1 thence with his line north 30 de
grees east 12 poles; thence
north 7 degrees east lf> 1-2
poles; thence north 24 degrees
east 15 1-2 poles; thence north
i 44 degrees east 30 poles to a
; stake in an old road at a gate;
i thence with the said old road,
north 53 1-3 degrees west 60
'poles; thence north 42 degrees
, west 17 poles to a tree on the
north side of the road marked as
a corner; thence north 77 de
grees west 40 poles to a stake in
the center of the Price road;
thence with the said road north
16 degrees east 43 poles to a
stake; thence north 18 degrees
west poles to a stake, J. A. Paint
er's corner; thence with his line
east 18 1-2 poles to a stake;
i thence north 13 1-2 degrees west
.78 1-2 poles to a stake in the
[center of the Crab Creek road;
thence with the center of said
road north 55 3-4 degrees east
il22 poles to a stake in the said
road; thence north 53 1-2 degrees
east 22 1-4 poles to a stake in
the said road; thence 8 degrees
east 3 poles to the beginning,
containing 31G acres, more or
less, and being all of that land
belonging to the said Martha A.
and Lucie U. Norton lying west
of the Mud Creek canal, being
held by then under deeds calling
for 327 acres, more or less, being
the same tract of land as was
conveyed to W. Gordon McCabe,
Jr., (now W. Gordon McCabe) by
Martha A. and Lucie U. Norton,
dated the 25th day of October,
1917, and recorded in the office
of the register of deeds for Hen
derson county, N. C., in book 96,
at page 447.
And also being the pame land
described in that mortgage from
Southland 'Corporation to W.
Gordon McCabe and Frances S.
McCabe, of date April 16, 1926,
and of record in book 161, at
page 577, of the records of deeds
for Henderson county.
This December 1, 1933.
J. E. Shipman, Commissioner.
12-5-Tues.-4tp.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
By virtue of and pursuant to
'decree rendered at the May-Juno
(term, 1933, of the superior court
1 of Henderson county in the case
of T. Lenoir Gwynn, receiver of
the Southern Land and Lumber
Company, vs. Mrs. Roxie Blythe,
executrix of O. V. F. Blythe, de
ceased, trustee, and Mrs. Loretta
Case, executrix of Mrs. Louisa
Hoots, the undersigned commis
sioners will on Monday, Jan. 1,
l!)34, at 11 o'clock a. m., at the
front door of the courthouse of
Henderson county, in Henderson
ville, N. C., offer for sale at pub
lic auction to the highest bidder
for cash the following described
lands, situate in the township of
Blue Ridge, County of Hender
son, and State of North Carolina,
and bounded and described as
follows:
TfaACT NO. 1: Being a part
of a tract of land as conveyed
by J. M. Hoots to the Pace Lum
ber Company, and beginning at a
stone on the west bank of Devil's
Fork creek, said atone being the
UEGIX HERE TOUA* ,
DAVID RANMSTER nndfr
takea to find ont who killed
TRACY KING, orcheatra leader
found dead In hia hotel apart- ]
nient. Uannlater. nn author and
former nenaimper man, worka on
the murder eaae with GAINEV.
atar reporter for the Poat.
A in one thoae auapccted of the
crime ure JUL<ET t'llAM'E
blond and pretty, known to have
tint ted Iviui; abort ly before hia
death: IIEIIMAM dCUIILACH who
wrote Ivini; n threatening letter)
and JOE I'ARIIOTT, dowu-and
o u l vaudeville actor. It la also
known that M El. VIA' A HOLMS
TEK, itilddle-niseO Kptnater. had
qu.'trreled with Kinic recently.
King waa encuRrd to wealthy
DEMSE LANG. MATTIIEW HOL
I, INTER. Melvina'a brother, tella
Urinuiater he believe* IiIm aialcr
kn»WH mtaifthlni; alie la keepiuu
(rem the poliee.
AI. DHLiOA.N. friend of KinK'a. j
l» found dead in a wrecked au
tomobile.
Ilnnnialcr eonvlneea POLICE
CHIEF i HENLEY that the beat
way to Kef information about
Juliet 'France ia to releaae her
ami then watch her cloaely. He
mkea her tp hia aim I'm home,
ostensibly tia n fzucat. Later he
Icnrtia that Joe Parrott liaa been i
found.
VOW GO ON WITH THE STORl
CHAPTER XXIX
"THE news of Joe Parrott's ar
rest had reached the Evening
Post office by telegraph. Parrott
nad been picked up by St Louis
police and was being held there
Already Captain McNeal fad an- J
nounced lie would send a man to
bring Parrott back to Tiemont.
The detective was leaving on a
night train. Parrott was wanted.
McNeal said, for questioning con
cerning tho Tracy King murder
and "another serious offense."
Bannister talked it over with
Austin, the assistant city editor.
The report that had come on the
teletype machine was nothing
more than a few lines saying Par
rott was being held until instruc
tions were received from officials
in Tremont.
"SO ne weni OilCK IU uia uiu >
stamping ground!" Banni&ier ex
claimed. "McNeal told me Par- I
rott was In some kind of a mix
up in St. Louis last winter. Ar
rested or indicted—I've forgot
ten. I believe it had something
, to do with dope—"
"I'll have Gainey check up on
| that." Austin said quickly. Aus
tin had read Bannister's novels
and admired them. He couldn't
quite hring himself to assign
chores to this celebrated writer
as he would have to a reporter.
After all. Austin was only an
assistant city editor, and a young
one.
"What's McNeal mean by this
other 'serious offense'?" he asked.
"The boys couldn't get him to say
anything more about it."
Bannister shook his head,
j "Dou't know," he said. "McNeal's
got something up his sleeve. I've
been sure of that for a long while,
j But he won't show his hand. You
know McNeal wasn't sure A1 Dru
gan's death was just an accident.
He told me so. Maybe he thinks
Parrott had something to do with
I it-"
They talked lor nan an nour
longer, mulling over the case.
Then Bannister left the office,
i took a street car and rode home.
As he stood before the mirror
in his bedroom, tying his neck
tie and then retying it. Bannister
reflected this was the first eve
ning in many that he had both
ered to dress for dinner. It was.
as a matter of fact, the first eve
Qirnr in the week he had scent
northeast corner of a tract off
I land as now owned by J. M.,
Hoots, known as his home place,
, and running thence with a line of '
said tract north 79 degrees 45 i
i minutes east 456.15 feet to a!
'stake, southwest corner of lot No.I
9 of the Dana Park map, section |
No. 3, as recorded in map book i
i J, at page !JX* thence with the;
western line of lot No. 9, north1
11 degrees 10 minutes east 435 j
feet to a stake in the Sugar Loaf
|road; thence with the south mar-j
gin of said road with courses'and
distances as follows: South 78;
degrees 50 minutes west 00 feet;;
south 14 degrees 07 minutes west
102.1) feet; south 34 degrees 50
minutes west 139.4 feet to a
stake; thence south 48 degrees 18 J
minutes west 185.6 feet to a;
'stake; thence south 54 degreesj
west 489.7 feet to a stake in a'
ditch; thence down the ditch'
'499.3 feet to a stake on the j
north bank of the old Dana road;1
! thence with the north margin of
said road, north 70 degrees 33 j
minutes east 488.25 feet to a j
stone on the west bank of Devil's
Fork creek;-thence up and with
the west bank of said creek, north
23 degrees west 402 »feet to the I
beginning, and containing 6.80 (
acres, and being lots Nos 1, 2, 3,
7 and 8 as shown on section 3 ol'
Dana Park map as recorded in
map book 1, page 148, of the
records of maps for Henderson
county.
TRACT NO. 2: Beginning at a
stone by two hickory trees situate j
at the southeast corner of Mrs.
at nome. ways ana evenings,
too, had become very much alifce.
He spent them at the newspaper
office, at police headquarters, now
and then launching out on some
wild and fruitless expedition.
^ • •
r>ANNISTER studied himself in
the mirror, frowned and
grasped the ends of the offend
ing necktie. He pulled them loose
and for the third time knotted
them again.
He turned away from the mir
ror. walked to the window. It
v.as dark outside. Time to go
down stairs. Still Bannister lin
gered.
He picked up a paper knife,
toyed with it and put it aside. He
sat down on the edge of the desk
It wasn't, he assured hjmself
once more, that he had intended
doing Juliet France a faror by
briuging her to bis aunt's home
It was pleasanter for her here, of
course, but that wasn't why be
had done it. She was here be
cause Bannister believed Captain
Henley was right. The girl teas
the key to the mystery of the
murder. She knew more than
she had admitted and finding out
her secret was the task Bannister
had set for himself. Living here,
unaware that anyone was watch
ing her. she could be sure to give
herself away.
Bannister was pleased witi the
way he had handled matters. The
girl evidently had accepted his
story. Aunt Kate, likewise, had
shown no signs of doubt. He had
told her that Miss France was an
old friend, a girl he had known
in New York. He had happened
to meet her, had discoverc-d that
she was remaining in Tremont
for a few days until she had news
about a Job she had applied for.
and felt it was no more than
courteous to ask her to stay with
them. To all this Aur.t Kate had
agreed.
The rest of the task was going
to be more diflicu . Bannister
straightened his shoulders, stood
up. He'd better go down and
have a talk with Miss Juliet
France. And he was aware of all
her trickery now! She wouldn't
fool him as she had before.
But there was no time then to
talk. Bannister went down stairs
aud met his aunt in the hallway.
"Oh. there you are. David!"
she exclaimed. "I was just going
to call you. Everything's ready
to put on the table."
"Has Miss France come down?"
"Yes. she's in the living room.
You go tell her that dinner's
ready."
I •
TIE went into the living room
-"-■l The girl looked up from the
magazine in her lap and smiled
"Good evening" she said.
Bannister didn't speak for an
instant. He stood looking at this
strangely transformed Juliet
France. She had put on a blouse
of shimmering ivory silk, low at
the throat. Always before he had
seen her in green. He hadn't
imagined her wearing anything
else. The glow of the lamp light
fell on her hair and he saw that
it was really golden. She was
still pale, but she seemed re
freshed and rested.
"Good evening," lie said. "My
aunt sent me to tell jou taut din
ner is ready."
A few minutes later thej were
J. M. Hoots' 11.44 acre home
tract, and running thence north
33 degrees 20 minutes west
478.63 feet along the eastern
boundary of said Mrs. J. M.
Hoots' tract to a stone; thence
south 79 degrees 45 minutes west
D11.4 ftet to a stone on the west
bank of Devil's Fork creek;
Ihence down and with the west
bank of said Devil's Fork creek
with its meanders in a general
:lirection of south 23 degrees east
402 feet to a large stone standing
near the southwest corner of the
bridge on the old Dana road;
thence south 70 degrees 33 min
utes west 484.6 feet along the
old Dana road to a locust stake
on the west bank of the ditch
(now a stone) thence north 15
degrees 17 minutes west along
l.he west side of said ditch 499.3
feet to a stone; thence north 3
degrees east 2087.4 feet along
the eastern boundary of John
Hoots' land to a stone, the B. F.
Pace corner; thence south 85 de
crees 30 minutes east 1221.7 feet
along the south line of said B. F.
Pace's land to a dead chestnut
tree; standing about 160 feet east
af Devil's Fork creek; thence
south 37 degrees 9 minutes east
B21.48 feet to a stone; thence
south 62 degrees 15 minutes east
1370.16 feet to a post oak; thence
south 32 degrees 28 minutes west
1470.69 feet to the beginning,
and containing 87.6 acres, more
or less.
EXCEPTING from this bound
ary the first tract of 6.80 acres,
above described, said tract being
at toe taoie. Kale Hewitt flea*
as usual when it came to cooking*
done herself proud. The roast
was beautifully browned, Juicy
and tender. The vegetables were
well seasoned, the salad crisp and
delicious.
But it was the dessert that was
the masterpiece. A pudding so
light and delicately flavored that
Bannister had no idea of what it
was made. There were tiny cakes
that Kate had herself* baked to
go with the pudding.
Juliet France murmured. Zl
don't know when I've s«*n auctl'
food! And every mouthful Is lust
as good as It looks, too^."
"Let me get you another help
ing." Mrs. Hewlett urged. "It'll
do you good to eat."
"Oh, nc!" the girl protested.
"1 couldn't eat another bite.
Really I couldn't" , „
They bad their coffee and then
Kate Hewlett sent the young peo
ple back to the living rootn.
"But I want to help with the
dishes." Juliet said. : - j , .
"Frederick will do them," Qan
nlster spoke up. "He's the house
man."
• • •
IZATE HEWLETT'S tone flared.
"Frederick will <Jo ""notblfg
, of the sort!" she said. "L)o you
' think I'd trust my cbiua to blf
! clumsy fingers? I'll do them my
self!"
"But please!" the girl urged,
i "Let me help." .,rj
The older woman was flrnu J
"Some other time," she said "but
not tonight You and David go IB"'
by the fire. I'll come as soon atf*
I've finished in the kitchen. It;
won't take me any time at all*"-'''
The flames in the fireplace had -
died away and there was little
more than an edge of crimson on
the charred wood. Bannister ;bu&
i led himself at the hearth for 'ifeV-"1
eral minutes.
When lie turned he saw that the
1 girl was standing beside the piano,"
glancing at some music. _ #>l ,;v\*
"Do you play?" he a$kod. <{
MA little."
"I'd like very much to hear you."
Her eyes raised to bis but be,.'
could not read their glance. Then,
without replying, she eat down,
jtouched the keyboard. "I'm rather
! out of practice," she said.
The notes were vaguely familiar...
Bannister had beard tbem before
some whore, probably at a concert,
but he had never beard .them like p
this—leaning back In a comfort* •
able chair before a Are place. Tbe>
girl played surely, 6weetly. Ban
nister, listening, thought of th«
monotonous lapping of ocean ware*
against a sandy beach. The music
was like that, with the melod?
coming in clear and strong above
the waves. No—not waves, ol
course! But it sounded the way
! waves do.
I How pleasant all this was — .ft
warm, attractive room, the firelight
! and the music. Bannister drew oo
his cigaret deeply and let tbe
twisted wreath of smoke escape
from his lips. Pleasant indeed! He
had forgotten bow agreeable ao
evening such as this could be.
The music came to aa end tbep.
Bannister arose and moved to tba
piano. "This is a real treat/* be
said. "Please don't atop yet|"
The girl looked op. amiled. -
There was a mischievous light In,
her eyes as she said, "I think, Mr.
Bannister, I should tell ypji tbat
you aren't deceiving me Xor ft fo
ment!"
t To Ce Continued*
embraced within this boundary,
and also EXCEPTING therefrom
lots one to thirty-seven, both in
clusive, in Block 22, shown on
plat of said subdivision, recorded
in plat book 1 at ppge 148, of
i the records of plats for Hender
Ison county, bounded and describ
! ed as follows:
| Beginning at the intersection
of the northwest ip.ar£in of Hoots
(avenue with the south margin of
, Sugar Loaf road, and running
thence with the northwest mar
gin of Hoots avenue, south- S&
degrees 30 minutes west $44.4
, feet to the northeast corner of
j lot No. 38; thence ^itji My?
j boundary line between IqU ; 88
and 2i), north 20 degrees vfettl
83.5 feet to the northeast cornet
'of lot No. 38; and runningthene*
with the boundary lines between
lots 28 to 1, both inclusive, and
lots 38 to G5, both inclusive,
south 50 degrees wes£ ^[65.5 few
; to the southwest corner Of lot
I No. 1, in the line of iriQck ot
(tract 13; thence with the line of.
j said block, or tract, north,43 de
grees 12 minutes west about 37ft
[feet to the south margin of
j Sugar Loaf road; thence with the
■south margin of said roaa, I03u
I feet to the beginning* * ^'
The said tracts No.- 1 No.
j 2 as described above, will be sold
| separately, and as h«reinbefore
I stated, will be sold for oaeh.
This December 1, M>33. ■
THOS. L. J0HN80N, '
J. E. SHIPMAN, 1
Comwisisonet's.
l2-5-Tues-4jtp
FRECKLES ANI) HIS FRIENDS
VOU'RE NOT QUITE
BEADY TO TAKE OM FUI2Y
DAVIS, TAG..*... yoULI.
NEED A PEW MORE f
DAYS \WI7W "THE
r
BUT IF HE SHOULD
START ANJY7VIING,
YOU REMEMBEPr
NMHAT X TOLD
YOU TO DO
il
I \v/OSi>
FOUCZT FRECKltS
I (<£MO\A/ IT BV
HEART - I'LL
S*E YOU
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tl*-» .!? A.V*
—By Rlfl«wr
— I-I'D FEIWT HIM INTA
Ar>! OPENING, AM'SWOOT A vlKl* {
LEFT HOOK TO 7UE kISSER, V
AN* A RIGHT CROSS 7D f
"THE STUMMIK J?A •

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