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SH SRI PP« SALK
Tbe F. M. Wall Company, a corpora
tion, plaintiff va. The Pine Creek
Coal Mining Company, a corporation
defendant
To be sold at Sheriff'« sale on Sat
urday, the 30th day of A;:.*uat, 1913, at
2 o'clock p. m., at the front door of the
Court House in the City of Roundup,
County of Musselshell, State of Mon
tana, to the highest and best bidder for
cash In hand, the following described
lands and premises, situate, lying and
being in Musselshell County, State of
Montana, and bounded and described
as follows, Jo-wlt:
All of section twenty-one (21) in
Township (8) eight north of Range
twenty-five (26) east, subject to prior
and valid mortgages; also all of the
South half (SK) of the northeast
quarter (NEK) of section twenty-eight
(28) township eight (8) north of Range
twenty-five (26) east; also the north
half (NK) of the northeast quarter
(NEK), northeast quarter (NEK) of
tile northwest quarter (NWK). south
half (8K) of the northeast quarter
(NEK) of section twenty-eight (28),
Township eight (8) north of Range
twenty-five (26) east, M. P. M., togeth
er with all and singular the appur
tenances thereunto belonging or
In any wise appertaining;
also one (1) railroad Fairbank scale
number 206266, M 800 used in weigh
ing railroad cars; also all boilers, en
gines, dynamos, machinery and cables
used for hoisting or drawing coal from
the mine of said defendant company;
also all steel rails and ties now In use
either inside or on the outside of said
defendant company mine, together
with all slabs; ties and props now
owned or in use by the said defendant
company.
Dated, Roundup, Montana, August
6th, IMS. I
J. L. FISCO, Sheriff.
By J. M. BALDWIN, Under Sheriff.
Boarman & Boarman, attorney for
Plaintiff.
(First pub. Aug. H)
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SHERIFF'S SALE
O. M. Halpin, plaintiff vs. The Pine
Creek Coal Mining Company, a cor
poration, defendant.
To be sold at Sheriff's sale on Sat
urday, the 30th day of August, 1913, at
2 o'clock p. m., at the front door of tbe
Court House in the City of Roundup,
County of Musselshell, State of Mon
tana, to the highest and best bidder for
cash in hand, the following described
lands and premises, situate, lying and
being in Musselshell County, State of
Montana, and bounded and described
as follows, to-wit:
All of section twenty-one (21) in
Township (8) eight north of Range
twenty-five (26) east, subject to prior
and valid mortgages; also all of the
South half (SK) of the northeast
quarter (NEK) of section twenty-eight
(28) township eight (8) north of Range
twenty-five (25) east; also the north
half (NVi) of the northeast quarter
(NEK), northeast quarter (NEK) °f
the northwest quarter (NWK), south
half (SK) of the northeast quarter
(NEK) of section twenty-eight (28),
Township eight (8) north of Range
twenty-five (26) east, M. P. M., togeth
er with all and singular the appur
tenances thereunto belonging or
in any wise appertaining;
also one (1) railroad Falrbank scale
number 206265, M 800 used in weigh
ing railroad cars; also all boilers, en
gines, dynamos, machinery and cables
used for hoisting or drawing coal from
the mine of said defendant company;
also all steel rails and ties now in use
either inside or on the outside of Baid
defendant company mine, together
with all slabs; ties and props now
owned or in use by the said defendant
company.
Dated, Roundup, Montana, August
6th, 1913.
J. L. FISCO. Sheriff.
By J. M. BALDWIN, Under Sheriff.
Thomas J. Mathews, Roundup, Mon
tana, attorney for plaintiff.
(First pub. Aug. 8)
ALIAS 8UMM0NS
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Thirteenth Judicial District of the
State of Montana, in and for the
County of Musselshell.
Chas. O. Elwood, Plaintiff, vs. Chas. E.
Dungan, defendant.
The State of Montana to the above
named Defendant:
You are hereby summoned to an
swer the complaint in this action
which is filed in the office of the Clerk
of this court, a copy of which is hereby
served upon you, and to file your an
swer and serve a copy thereof upon
the plaintiff's attorney within 20 days
after the service of this summons,
exclusive of tbe day of service, and in
case of your failure to appear and an
swer Judgment will be taken against
you and default tor the relief demand
ed in the complaint
This action has been brought and
is being prosecuted to cancel and re
scind a certain contract entered into
letween the plaintiff and the defendant
on or about the 22nd day of November,
A. D. 1911, on account of default hav
ing been made by the defendant in
the performance of the conditions of
said contract, and also for the purpose
of quieting title to 8ection Twenty
Three (23) in Township Five (6),
Range Twenty-Four (24), East Mon
tana Meridian, containing 640 acres,
more or less according to the govern
ment survey.
Witness my hand and seal of said
court this 4th day of August, A. D.
1913.
(Court Seal) W. O. JARRETT,
Clerk of the District Court.
THOMAS J. MATHEWS. Plaintiff's
Attorney, Roundup, Montana.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of Herbert J. Banks, deceased.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN by tbe
undersigned, administrator, of the
Estate of Herbert J. Banks, late of tbe
County of Musselshell, State of Mon
tana, deceased, to tbe creditors of and
all persons having claims against the
said deceaaed, to exhibit them with
the necesaary vouchers, within four
months after the first pub'lcation of
this notice, to the said Fred E. Ren
shaw, administrator, at his office in
the Court House in the city of Round
up, Montana, the same being the place
for the transaction of the business of
said estate in the County of Mussel
shell.
FRED E. RENSHAW,
Administrator of the Estate of Her
bert J. Banks, deceased.
Dated August 9, 1913.
THOMAS J. MATHEWS,
Attorney for Administrator.
(First pub. Aug. 15)
CALL FOR BIDS
Notice is hereby given that on the
5th day of September, 1913, at 4:00 p.
m., at tbe Court House, in Roundup,
Montana, sealed bids for remodeling
the ipresent Court House, will be
opened. Plans and specifications for
same may be had at the office of the
Clerk and Recorder. All bids should
be sealed, marked "Sealed bid tor re
modeling Court House" and must be
in the hands of the Clerk and Recorder
before 4:00 p. m .on the 5th day of
September, 1913. The right to reject
any and all bids is reserved by the
Board of County Commissioners.
FRED E. RENSHAW,
Clerk and Recorder, Musselshell Co.,
Montana.
ALIAS 8UMMON8.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Thirteenth Judicial District of the
State of Monatna, in and for the
County of Musselshell.
G. W. Hartley, plaintiff, vs. A. Walsh,
defendant.
The State of Montana to the above
named defendant, greeting:
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED
to answer the complaint in this action
which is filed in the office of the Clerk
of this Court, a copy of which is here
with served upon you, and to file your
answer and serve a copy thereof upon
the Plaintiff's attorney within twenty
days after the service of this Sum
mons, exclusive of the day of service,
and in case of your failure to appear
or answer, judgment will be taken
against you by default for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
The said action 1 b brought to quiet
title in the plaintiff in and to the fol
lowing described Real Estate, to-wit:
Lot numbered five of Block numbered
Sixteen, of the town of Melstone, in
the County of Musselshell and State
of Montana.
Witness my hand and seal of said
Court this 26th day of August, 1913
(SEAL) W. G. JARRETT,
Clerk,
By E. M. GORSLINE,
Deputy Clerk.
MATHEWS & THOMPSON, Roundup,
Montana, attorneys for plaintiff.
(First pub. Aug. 29)
ALIAS SUMMONS.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Thirteenth Judicial District of the
State of Monatna, in and for the
County of Musselshell.
P. E. Hansman. plaintiff, vs. A. Walsh
defendant.
The State of Montana to the above
named defendant, greeting:
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED
to answer the complaint in this action
which is filed in the office of the Clerk
of this Court, a copy of which is here
with served upon you, and to file your
answer and serve a copy thereof upon
the Plaintiff's attorney within twenty
days after the service of this Sum
mons, exclusive of the day of service,
and in case of your failure to appear
or answer, judgment will be taken
against you by default for the relief
demanded in tbe complaint.
The said action is brought to quiet
title in the plaintiff in and to the fol
lowing described Real Estate, to-wit:
Lot numbered six of Block Numbered
Sixteen, of the town of Melstone, in
the County of Musselshell and State
of Montana.
Witness my hand and seal of said
Court this 26th day of August, 1913.
(SEAL) W. G. JARRETT,
Clerk.
By E. M. GORSLINE.
Deputy Clerk.
MATHEWS & THOMPSON, Roundup,
Montana, attorneys for plaintiff.
(First pub. Aug. 29)
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of
ALIA8 8UMMON8.
IN JUSTICE COURT OF ROUNDUP
Township, before E. W. Small, Jus
tice of the Peace.
STATE OF MONTANA,
County of Musselshell,—ss.
H. P. Nelson, plaintiff, vs. W. F. Green,
defendant.
The State of Montana to the above
named defendant, greeting:
You are hereby summoned to be
and appear before me, E. W. Sraail, a
Justice of the Peace in and for the
County of Musselshell, at my office
in Roundup Township on the 27th
day of September, A. D. 1913 at two
o'clock p. m. of said day, then and
there to make answer to the complaint
of the above plaintiff, in a certain ac
tion to recover the sum of Seventy
Dollars, and costs of this action, the
cause of action being as follows:
That the plaintiff herein as the owner
in fee of the premises described as
Lot 4 in Block 22 of the Original
Town8lte of Roundup, Musselshell
County, Montana, leased to this de
fendant on the 29th day of March,
1913, the said premises at an
agreed rental of $16.00 per month,
rent to be paid in advance. That the
said defendant defaulted in the pay
ment of rent for a period of four
months, in the amount of Sixty Dol
lars, which said sum is due, owing
and unpaid.
For a second and further cause of
action, this plaintiff alleges that at
the City of Roundup, County of Mus
selshell and State of Montana, on or
about the 8th day of July, 1913, at the
special instance and request of this
defendant, this plaintiff loaned to this
defendant the sum of $10 which tbe
said defendant agreed to repay upon
demand; that no part of said sum has
been paid, and that on the second
cause of action there is still due and
owing the sum of $10.
And if you fail to appear and answer,
as dbove required, judgment will be
taken against you acording to the com
plaint
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MONSTER CROWDS WILL FLOCK DAILY TO MONTANA'S STATE FAIR AT
HELENA, SEPT. 22-27.
After searching through the weather bureau reports for the last thirty years the dates of Sept. 22 to 27
were selected for the 1913 Montana State Fair at Helena as the most suitable days for the big exposition. Statistics
prove that a less amount of rain fell between these dates than any other days in September, so if "Old Sol" will
keep his light beaming down on the Prickly Pear valley the crowds this year will surely outnumber those of last
y«ar, when the elements acted contrarily and served almost daily showers.
That the affairs of the big exposition might run as precisely as clockwork, and that the vast throng of sight
seers may be adequately and comfortably handled, arrangements have been made whereby every one can be ac
commodated, whether in the grandstand, at the exhibits, or on any spot on the grounds.
According to present arrangements there will not be a dull minute; there will be "something doing" all the
time. Those who will help in the fun are: The drivers and jockeys; Miss Blanche Scott, the dashing blonde
high flying aviatrice; performers of seven vaudeville acts, and numerous bands; all of whom will help make the
Fair period a v eritable "Joy W eek" for the prosperous Montanans . ____ ~----- —--—_
Given under my hand this 27th day
of August, A. D. 1913.
E. W. SMAIL,
Justice of the Peace.
CARL N. THOMPSON, Roundup, Mon
tana, attorney for plaintiff.
(First pub. Aug. 29)
ALIAS 8UMMON8.
IN JUSTICE COURT OF ROUNDUP
Township, before O. R. McVay, Jus
tice of the Peace.
STATE OF MONTANA,
County of Musselshell, —ss.
Joe Stella, plaintiff, vs. Charles Ru
gero, alias Charles Rogers, defen
dant.
The State of Montana to the abova
named defendant, greeting:
You are hereby summoned to be
and appear before me, O. R. McVay, a
Justice of the Peace in and for the
County of Musselshell, at my office
in Roundup Township on the 27th
day of September, A. D. 1913 at two
o'clock p. m. of said day, then and
there to make answer to the complaint
of the above plaintiff, in a certain ac
tion to recover the sum of Sixty
Dollars, and costs of this action, the
cause of action being for money loan
ed by the plaintiff to this defendnat
on or about the 11th day of November,
1912, at the Town of Farrell, in the
County of Musselshell and State of
Montana, in the sum of Sixty dollars,
which the said defendant agreed to
pay upon demand, and with interest
for the use of the same; that no part
of said sum of money has been paid,
and that there is now due eand owing
$66.60.
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And if you fail to appear and answer,
as above required, judgment will be
taken against you acording to the com-!
plaint
Given under my hand this 27th day
ol August, A. D. K McVAY
Justice of the Peace. |
CARL N. THOMPSON, Roundup, Mon-j
tana, attorney for plaintiff.
(First pub. Aug. 29)
W ANTE D—SECOND-HAND S I X
foot turning lays.—Roundup Garage.
WANTED—PLOWING AND SEED
ing done near Roundup. SeeE. A. J.
Jesse.
Grass Range Review: A few days
since J. D. Barbee, the dairyman, pick
ed up a buffalo head on his place that
contined two bullet holes. Upon mak
ing a close examination he found one
of the bullets still remaining in the
skull, which he will keep as a me
mento. This buffalo was probably
among the last of the noble animals
that frequented this region 40 years
ago, but which were so quickly ex
terminated when the Indians were ren
dered harmless. Thirty-five years
have probably elapsed since this buf
falo was killed.
BLAIR'S DRUG STORE
DE8ERVE8 FRAISE
3. H. Blair deserves praise from
Roundup people for Introducing here
the simple buckthorn bark and giy
cerene mixture, knowno as Adler-l-ka.
This simple German remedy first be
came famous by curing appendicitis
and it has now been discovered that
A SINGLE DOSE relieves sour stom
ach, gas on the stomach and constipa
tion INSTANTLY.
TINY PONIES TO
BE ATJTATE FAIR
Carlead of Shetlands From Lan
dasky, Mont., toBeoa Hand.
A carload of Shetland ponies,
brought to Helena by E. C. Jones of
Landusky, Mont., will be exhibited at
the Montana State Fair, from Sept.
32 to 27, and will alBO be entered for
the various prises in the pony division.
One feature that Jones will intro
duce will be tbst every boy and girl
st tbe Fair will have an opportunity
to ride astride the shaggy 8hetland.
Tbe owner of tbe C. E. Jenes ranch
Is anxious to have breeders and horse
men of Montana take an interest in
ponies and the Fair management Is
siding this by offering prises in the
pony list which total over $230.
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UVINi WILL
IMVE FLOUR MILL
CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY WILL BE
ORGANIZED WITH A CAPITAL
$10,000 TO INSTALL MILL.
Lavinu Independent: As a result of
the special meeting of the Laviua Com
mercial Club held here last Saturday
evening, Lavina will soon have a flour
mill installed and in operation.
Mr. Arthur C. Anderson, traveling
representative for the Midget "Mar
vel" flour mill, was present at the
meeting, and gave a full description
of the mill, what it has done for other
communities where it has been in
stalled, and what it will do for Lavina.
There is no denying fact that a cus
tom flour mill is a valuable asset to
any community, and this city is in
deed fortunate, and can feel proud
of the fact that in two days' time the
entire block of stock had been sub
scribed by the enterprising people of
the community, wherein the same pro
position had failed, recently in one or
two of the larger cities in this part
of the state owing to the inability on
the part of the townspeople to raise
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,he a, " ounl ,or lts ,n8ta,,a -
tion,
The mill is not a large affair, such as
WWU ]<j have to extend its operations
ou l 8,de poitns in the marketing of
| its products, thus being forced into
sin pet ition with the larger mills, but
good, substantial mill just large
enough to comfortably handle the
I tie of the surrounding country.
It will surely be one of the chief
factors in reducing the high cost of
living, as a farmer can now save at
least one dollar a hundred on all the
flour he uses, besides the saving in
ground feed for his stock, which can
be done for something like 8c or 10c
a sack.
It is expected that the work on the
building will be commenced in about a
week, and the company hopes to have
the mill completed and in operation
within two month's time.
A meeting of the stockholders will
be called shortly to draw up articles
of incorporation, elect officers, decide
on a suitable site, etc.
The cost of the mill complete is $7,
000, and the company will incorporate
with a capital of $ 10 , 000 .
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YELLOWSTONE YIELDS
BILLINGS, MONTANA, Aug. 27.—
From the dry farmers who have re
ported their crop yields so far this
year, it is evident that the grain crop
at least will be up to standard this
I year. Fred Awe, who has a home
| stead, about 25 miles northeast of
I Billings, threshed 30 bushels of Rus
■ sian Red winter wheat of a field con
| taining 45 acres.
A. C. Logan whose ranch of 400
acres about two miles northwest of
Billings o nthe edge of the high bluff
which line the Yellowstone Valley on
either side, has just finished his
threshing and the yield averaged a lit
tle better than 25 bushels to the acre
on the entire 400 acres. These are
considered about average yields.
A four inch pipe line built by Mr.
Logan from the top of the bluff to the
foot, 480 feet in length, carried tbe
entire crop to wagons which were
waiting below ot carry it to the mill.
The pipe line saved a 12 mile haul by
wagon road.
AFFENDICITIE BOOK FftUI
The Adler-i-ka book, telling how yon
can EA8ILY guard against appendici
tis, and how you can relieve constiper
tion or gaa on the stomach INSTANT
LY, is offered free this week by E. H.
Blair.
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KEG OF POWDER EXPLODES
ON SHOULDER AND STILL LIVE8
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John Karpi, a coal miner near Red
Lodge, had a narrow escape from be
ing blown into eternity by the explo
sion of a keg of black powder which
he was carrying on his shoulder up
the slope to his room. The keg came
in contact with the electric transmis
sion wire overhead, and was instantly
ignited. The keg was blown into frag
ments off Karpi's shoulder and he
was knocked down and stunned, his
head and shoulders being painfully
burned and filled with powder. A mule
standing close by was injured worse
than the man.
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GAME AND FISH LAWS
Licenses.
Resident, game and fish, $1.00
Non-resident, large and small
game and fish, $25; Binall game
and fish. $10 ;tlsh, $2.
Open Season.
Deer, elk, goat, sheep—Oc
tober 1 to December 1. Limit
three grown deer, (including
one doe only I one grown rani,
one elk, one goat.
Grouse, prairie chicken, foot
hen, sage hen, pheasant or part
ridge—October 1 to November
1. Five in one day.
Ducks, geese, brant, swan—
September 1 to January 1.
Twenty ducks iu one day.
Others, no limit.
Fish—Year round. Twenty
five pounds on one day (inelud
ing not more than 10 fish un
der six inches) and not over
50 pounds iu possession at one
time.
It is unlawful at any time to
kill Moose, Caribou, Bison, Buf
falo, Antelope, Beaver, Quail,
Chinese or Hungarian Pheas
ant,, or any singing bird; to
carry firearms or hunt in game
preserves as follows: Snow
Creek preserve in Dawson
county, Pryor Mountain pre
serve in Carbon county, Galla
tin preserve in Gallatin, Park
and Madison counties, and Sun
River preserve in Lewis and
Clark county; to kill fawn deer
or sheep lambs at any time, or
to kill elk where transplanted.
AUCTIONEER
COL. STONE
The man that cries Sales
We sell Land, Town Lots, Horses,
and all kinds of Live Stock, Farm
Machinery, Household Goods and
Merchandise.
Address: Box 68 Roundup, Mont.
Box 22, 8umatra, Mont
or inquire of W. G. Stone, American
8team Laundry, Roundup.
Horses for Sale
A Good Assortment on Hand—Reasonable Prices
WRITE OR INQUIRE
SANDY HALPIN
AT MORRIS * KLINK CORRALL, Second Street East and Second
Avenu e Ba ck of Taylor's Livery Barn
ROUNDUP, MONTANA.
WANT ADS
■ » ONE, CENT A WORM
One Cent Per Word For Each Instn
tion For All Ads Under This Head,
No Ad Taken For Less Than 26c. All
Want Ads Must Be Paid In Advana*
FOR 8ALE
FOR SALE
good as
store.
-HIGH-GRADE BICYCLE,
new. Inquire Schrumpfs
FOR SALE—160 ACRE RANCH SIX
miles from Roundup for sale cheap.
Lease on N. P. section adjoining, all
fenced. Three-room log house with
cellar; good barn; cow shed; chlckas
house and corralls; 16 acres brok*
10 acres in alfalfa; 40 acres botUm
land; two good springs. This Is A
Snap for someone wanting a good
ranch. Must sell at once. BILL
THOMAS. SEK, Sec. 26, T. 8, R. M,
P. O. Box 126, Roundup. tltf
FOR SALE—MY FOUR-CYLINDER,
fully equipped Roadster automobU*
This is a snap for some one. L. Earls
Browne.
FOR SALE—GOLDEN OAK FUIIN1
ture for sale. One dining
table; one leather couch and two I
ing chairs; one lady's writing da
All in good condition. Will sell
reasonable. Inquire at The Recwti
office.
FOR SALE—LIGHT KENTUCKY
drill, four-horse Osborne disc, Jobs
Deere riding plow, harrow. Geo. A.
Smith, Roundup ife
FOR SALE—1913 MODEL, MOTOB
Cycles ant Motor P »ata at bargain
prices, all makes, brand new machine*
on easy monthly payment plan. Gel
our proposition before buying or
will regret It, also bargains in
Motor Cycles. Write us today,
close stamp for reply. Addreaa
Box 11, Trenton, Mich. 18-37.
FOR SALE—TEN GOOD WORK
horses, well broke; one gentle UM
horse; another saddle bone auo
broke to work; one solid blaok flvo
year-old gelding, 1200, will sell or ■It«
$200 for a match. J. P. Mayer,
Roundup, Mutual telephone. lilt
FOR SALE—THE ST. PAUL BOARD
Ing House located on Railway a?»
nue. Roundup, Including loL will be
sold very reasonable. Address, Ml*
Margaret Scbmlts, Roundup. lilt
FOR SALE—FIVE TEAMS OF WORK
mareB, weights range from 1308 fee
1600 pounds, well broke; also three
single drivers, three saddle horses
and two geldings. One single bug&.
inquire, Andy Stolberg, blacksmith.
Camp No. Three, Roundup. 10tf._
FOR SALE—SECOND HAND McCAE
key account register for 620 OF
counts; good as new. Will be solB
fo rices than one-balf of wbat it cool.
Inquire at The Record Office.
WOOD FOR SALE—Cut lip into Stove
lengths, 16 inches. Excellent for
kindling or for general summer us*
Price by load, $2.50 a tier, delivered.
Telephone Porter ranch, or George
Powers, Roundup.
REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE—THREE GOOD REL1N
qulshmentH for sale from six to IS
miles north of Roundup. All have
house, water, and are fenced. Nearly
all tillable. Sec, Krone, or phone Ne.
38, Roundup. 19tf
FOR RENT
FOR KENT—NICELY FURNISHED
room for rent in private residence;
centrally located; gentleman preferr
ed. Inquire at The Record Office,
REWARD
$25 REWARD—A REWARD OF |8S
will be given for information ns to
the whereabouts or the return of *
Remington .22 calibre hammeriaao
rifle which was stolen with some ;to
ceries. which included two 501b cans of
compound from my place in Sec. 24 - 18 *
6 in the Big Wall country between the
12th and 16th of August. Leave la*
formation at Dairy Lundi, Koundu*
In care ot W. H. Brown.
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