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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 July 1926

THE MINtULA MONITOR GOLDEN GLEANINGS iat ever may be our voca we can look upon our daily task as stepping stones, love them because they are such affid l&e perform them to the best of ability, keeping in mind the goal which we shall surely | reach, if we follow this course. iThere is consolation in the ■ knowledge that we have master . the work in our hands and |t£iat we are sailing in the right tion. The past week has been one week of shocks and sadness to town and joining communi Saturday Mrs. Tuna jks had a message from Winnsboro that her Grandfath er, Mr. Beard was not expected to live, later we heard of his ith. Thursday news came to that Charlie Smith was 3d. Friday the message came Allen James from Plainview sister, Mrs. Flora Wood was id. Saturday Mrs. Emmie ford had a message from stating her father, Steele cer was dead. Mr. Tufcker to Dallas Monday for op- ion. Only lived until Satur morning. All these people fe well known here. Their rela are our friends. Our heart ft...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 July 1926

By I % JL THE MINEOLA M©N5TOR New patterns in Marcylee ! Miss Reva McCary of Wichita House Dresses, for $1.95. B. j Falls came in Sunday to spend LChappell. la few weeks with home folks. THE SELECT THEATRE PROGRAM A New Birth of Freedom- When one-crop farming in Texas has giv- en place to the farming of every necessary cr0p—in addition to purebred livestock— this State will have a new birth of free- dom. and we* will enjoy a prestige and a prosperity that will grow with each ad- vancing year. ' The Spirit of '26" is Agnculturar Inde- pendence, through Safe Farming. This bank is behind the man, who diver- sifies. mineola STATE bank Mineola, Ralph Rice of Dallas visited with old time friends in Mine ola last week. Dr. Bunn attended the meet injyr of the Chiropractors lastt week in Tyler. Ladies silk to the top Hose for #1.00. B. L. Chappell. You can buy a hat at your own price at Brooks' Millinery and Gift Shop. Miss Nannie Adrian of Gold en visited with relatives in Min eola last wee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 July 1926

K- t* j aj&«t The Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 54. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY. TEXAS. THURSDAY JULY 8, 1926. NUMBER 19. Baker Bay Bread is Your Best Food Eat More of It ~ x" Band Concert Last % Friday Night Was I Well Attended Perfection itaAhtt i Therefore Should You Specify After having been rained out for three successive times the rgular Friday night band con cert by the Mineola Band was resumed last Friday night, and hundreds of Mineolans gathered at the appointed place and thoroughly enjoyed the many selections rendered by the band. Several, special numbers were rendered and enjoyed by |ke audience, among them were cfte Trombone solo by Mr. Brace Bom an. Comet solos by little Louie Lester, Jr., the talented five year old mascot of the band; the Hand Saw solo by Mr. Travis Bruner, and the string band selections, this band is composed of W. C. Allen, Henry Bocan and T. C. Waters. The concert was one of the best we have had this summer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 July 1926

• * THE MINEOLA MONITOR The Mineola Monitor Published Every Thursday R. H. Carraway. Manager ' Entered at Fosurffke, Mineola Texas, as second-class mail matter. LYNCH DAVIDSON POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Announcements in this column are made subject to the action of the Democratic primary elec tion July 24th, 1926. Rates: Announcement fee for district offices, .. 15; for co imty offices, $10; for precinct offices, $5. Payable upon re- ceipt of order. We are authorized to ann^pnee: For Representative: R. M. SMITH. TERRELL KITCHENS. For District Attorney, 7tit Jiidi cial District: WALTER G. RUSSELL, of Mineola. G. L. FLORENCE, of Gilmer D. R. PENDLETON, of Tyler. For County Judge: E. A. THARP, of Mineola. H. V. PUCKETT. FOR SHERIFF: H. C. DOUGLAS. For County Superintendent Public Instruction: O. L. DAVIS, of Golden. T. 0. CRADDOCK. D. E. WHITE. For Tax Assessor: J. B. (Bryan) ZIEGLER. S. C. WHITTER. C. L. (Chas.) WOOD. FRANK NEYLAND. •:V' For Tax Collector: ERNEST J. McCRARY. Re Section. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 July 1926

THE MXNEGLA MdNBOP ■i PROPOSED AMENDMENT' TO THE CONSTITUTION Senate Joint Resolution No. 7 Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Texas by amending Section 33 and Section 40 of Article 16 of th-. Ovrt^-'tutiou of T x v* > to permit; officers of tne Nation a] Guard, the N,fiwGuard Reserve, and the Officers Re serve Corps of the United States, and enlisted men of the National Guard, the National Guard Reserve, and the Orga nized Reserves of the United States to hold public office in Texas. Be it Resolved by the Legisla- ture of the State of Texas: Section 1. That Section 33 of Article 16 of the Constitution of the State ot Texas be amend ed so as to read as follows: "The accounting officers of this State shall neither draw nor pay a warrent upon the Treasury in favor of any person for salary or compensation as agent, officer or appointee, who holds at the same time any other office or position of honor, trust or profit, under this State or the United States; ex...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 July 1926

❖ ♦!♦ V ♦ ♦% -•.■->. ■$ ";wm *r& •' •• ;- '^'*'";li$pM£ 'f*3i'jPP I* &* ■••:' ' . $iij&gf^ " * *♦* V JK V A •.. : * i#" •>*$,**? . ' ■iKAjiv, <«*.-•, •<.',.?•««& Don't Throw Your Old Tires Away. We repair them. Fully equip- ped Vulcanizing Shop. Com- plete line of new tires and tubes in stock. v A •V ♦% V ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ♦> V ❖ ❖ V ❖ ❖ * V ❖ A Bruner Bros. Let Us Solve Your 1 ire Troubles '.'/.> 11 Uli *Gef Together" Spirit Makes for Friendship There is something more to the word "neighbor" than appears on the sur- face. It sotn.-Is merely geographical, but that is only one phase. Two men occupying adjoining farms have much in common. They may have individual characteristics which differ, but in the main they agree. For tiiis reason petty differences are forgotten when they cross the line which separates their property and visit each other. Each learns first hand what sort of person the other is, and imaginary misunderstandings dis- appear. Of even greate...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 July 1926

THE MINEGJLA MONITOR Since Recent Reductions oi $41,00 to $55.00 on fords the demand has been much t your car now and avoid the usual Fall shortage in Cars and Trucks We iell Parts, Tires and Labor on ti e Monthly In- stallment Plan; or pay all this Fail. Let us put the car up in good shape NOW. When You Think of Fords Think of Watts Motor Co. i Smiihings* Little Joke Didn't Impress Caller The Smithings, coincident with yonnjc Smithing'* ad::ii.->i<> to part.ner- sn.p in the linn, had moved to a mure pretentious neighborhood. In their first few days there they made two acciuaintauces, Mary Jane Amnions and Mrs. Porter W.nllington. Ac- quaintance with Miiry Jane, the ron p- ing five-year-old daughter of their next- door neighbor, was simple and in- evitable. An introduction to Mrs. Wadlington, a prominent and influen- tial clubwoman, had been effected through a mutual friend. One afternoon Mr. Smithing saw Mary Jane race across their front yard. A moment later there was a kn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 July 1926

THE MINB0LA MONITOR 1fasmble of T-ensures in Persian Treasury The imperial treasury of Teheran, Persia, tc which is kept the peacock thrtme, ouoe the property of the grand asofiri, is an enormous room on the "Mppex- Soar of the shah's palace. The " «03 Is lined with mirrors and prob- er contains the most heterogeneous aoGectiou of articles ever assembled. 3t te literally crammed with the ob- Jects of one sort or another wh'clj been acquired by Persian mon- flKiis oq their visits to Europe. Aiso. j •re many articles which have ffceeia presented to these monarch;, by OPSi'temporary rulers. The collection includes pieces of) Jevreg aod Dresden porcelain, inlaid Jfaraitcre. elephant tusks, Spanish 'Shawls, Italian mosaic work, a variety of walking sticks, embroidered sofa pOlowE, steamship models, talking iofts, 'mecfcanical toys, a set of solid jrtS cuspidors, jeweled weapons and awea a life-size marble copy of the Venus de Mllo with a large gilt clock wet to her abdofcu-n. There are h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 July 1926

TIIL ^vii.s av' -'LA * 15N1 f'<'iv Oh Boy! Look Who's Coming to Mineola One Week Only, Starting Mon. July PITT'S Popular Players In their Big Tent Airdome Theatre Dramas, Comedies, Vaudeville Jazz Orchestra One Lady Free with Each Paid Adult Ticket, Monday Night. family of Kansas City, Mo., and Mr. George Little of Reel River county visited relatives here last week., Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stephens are the proud parents of a fine baby boy. HOARD NEWS H©r¥©us 12, Admission: Adults 25c; Children 10c. Doors open 7:30; Curtain 8:20 Listen for the Calliope. The health of the community is doing fine. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Burden spent Sunday at Lindale. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Speights j and Mr. J. W. B. Speights re turned home last Monday from ; a< visit to Mexia. Mr. Louis Hunter made a business trip to Fort Worts last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Haley have moved into the Hoard community. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Fouse took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. i V. B. Shaw Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Sanders | G...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 July 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR EACH DAY'S DEMAND— Mr. *Butler, the Star Route Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hughes • Carrier, has moved his family of Lafayette, La., are guests of i I here from Quitman., : old time friends in Mineola. IMP 151! Mr. Bruce Gabrei of Tyler ; Mr. Teele from Denton is 0 ! visited with Mr. and Mrs. W. visiting his daughter, Mrs. Fred Steed. M. Runnells last week, Each day brings with it a growing demand for a bank account. Why not a growing bank account to meet these everyday needs? Money in the bank is the connecting link between man and his opportunity. A growing bank account makes a possibi- lity of every opportunity. It is the only positive unfailing assurance of success. Miss Dona Ray of Commerce j All your Barber Shop needs yjjij : spent the week end with her -an be met here. City Barber ran parents in Mineoia. |Shop. Miss Marie Eliison of Tyler is | J"hn Brawner and family of a guest of Mr and Mrs. A. L. ; pardeI> ^lley vis, ted with r< Ellison this week, latives i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 July 1926

. \p^ , ►- >** .;M, * 8i W; * ■.' V'*■ • % M ■ ' F . ■ (%• • ■ ■ U.' PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AM) WOOD COUNTY >:.v VOLUME 54. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY. TEXAS. THUK'DAY JULY 15, 1926. NLMBER 20. Baker Boy Bread is Your Best Food Eat More of It Lions Club Installs Newly Elected Queers Last Thursday night the ilin eola Lions Ciub entertained their T. W. Davidson Will Speak at Winnsboro Former Lieutenant Governor T. Whitt Davidson of Marshall "Lionesses" with a banquet at y.ill address the voters of Wood Perfection "The Lions Den", the occasion beinu the installation of the County next Monday afternoon ft 2:80 o'clock at Winnsboro, in newly elected officers of the the interest t>f the candidacy Club., Lion Prsident Whitt Du-- Bose, presided over the meet- ing and at the close of the cere- monies presented the gavel to of Hon. Lynch Davidson, for Governor. An invitation is ex tended the voters of Wood coun ty to go to Winnsboro next Mon not Cost Therefore Should You Spec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 July 1926

M?K MT\T«>t \ MONIIUH - • — - Tne Mineola Monitor Published Every Thursday R. H. Carraway, Manager Entered at Postoffice, Mineola as second-class mail matter LYNCH DAVIDSOI POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Announcements in this column are made subject to the action of the Democratic primary elec tion July 24th, 1926. Rates: Announcement fee for district offices, . .15; for co unty offices, $10; for precinct offices, $5. Payable upon re- ceipt of order. We are authorized to ann0" ice: For Representative: R. M. SMITH. TERRELL KITCHENS .«adi For District Attorney, 7tl cial District : WALTER G. RUSSELL, of Mineola. G. L. FLORENCE, of Gilmer D. R. PENDLETON, of Tyler. For Governor Sgt. Louis R. Amason and the chief of Police of Troup which was enjoyed by the w hole com- pany as well as the cntiri pop ulation of the town. The Capt. interceded and saved Louis from Her mm Humphreys, while | peeling potatoes Sunday morn- ! ing. became dissatisfied with i his job, took French Leave by | spending th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 July 1926

!>£. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION r. PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION Senate Joint Resolution No. 7 Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Texas by amending Section 38 and Section 40 of Article 16 of Ur: ron^'tntioa of T .• <o to pernvi officers of tne Nation al Guard, th? Navcmti Gutrd Reserve, and the Officers Re serve Corps of the United States, and enlisted men of the National Guard, the National Guard Reserve, and the Orga- nized Reserves of the United States to hold public office in Texas. lie it Resolved by the Legisla- ture of the State of Texas: Section 1. That Section 33 of Article 16 of the Constitution of the State of Texas be anient ed so as to read as follows: "The accounting officers of this State shall neither draw nor pay a warrent upon the Treasury in favor of any person for salary or compensrtion a.c agent, officer Or appointee, who holds at the same time any other office or position of honor, trust or ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 July 1926

TIIF MINK"! \ !M ! ma- 1,.;,.l,1.,,i,.a.i..iiiiiiiiliilUliilitlllillllllllilll;ll!llHIHIlltt!!llll!ii!!ll!il!ll!!ll!!" Long Distance is the best ay t ■ ?'•' - : ' tie.' To keep in touch with home or business, to get information, to make appoint- ments—to do a thousand other things quickly You tell the operator, when placing, the call, that you will talk to anyone at the telephone number or name called for. She rings the city asked for—requests the local number with which you want to talk—rings you back and you transact your business with 'whomever answers. This service costs less than a call for a particular person, because less operting labor and less circuit time are required than if a particular person had to be located and brought to the telephone. Your telephone works day and night. Behind the in- strument at all times is an immense organization and an immense plant, ready at instant summons to apply themselves to your service. Calls on "Sta- tion to Station basis are about fif...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 July 1926

V ■' THE MINEOLA MONITOR Since Recent Reductions of $41.00 to $55.00 on fords the demand has been much greater. Buy your car now and avoid the usual Fall shortage in Cars and Trucks We (ell Parts, Tires and Labor on the Monthly In- stallment Plan; or pay aM this Fall. Let us put the car up in good shape NOW. When You Think of Fords Think of Watts Motor Co. WHY GOVERNMENT PRICE FIXING WON'T WORK JOHN HOP WILLIAMS >♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦ ,11 parties interested in Sand Springs smetery are invited to come Thursday tly 22, with dinner and tools and help llean off the cemetery. Committee. EPWORTH LEAGUE PROGRAM JULY 18, 1926 Subject: What books are worthwhile? Song. e Prayer. Special Musical number Mau- rice Stone and Church Pendle- ton. v! i:' Leader—Leon Adrian. "Bible Light ontjie Subject" -Marguerite Bogan. Tested by the Bible—Margu- 1$ Kine. . . four Part — Fay McCor* IWhat Shall I Read—Robert frdoin. Turning Point—Audrey Rountree. benediction. W* The Epworth League Council met Monday night ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 July 1926

THE, MINEOLA MONITOR Charter No, 10728. Reserve District No. 11 REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK At Hawkins, Texas, in the State of Texas, At the close of business on June 30th, 1926 STRAIGHT TALKS WITH AUNT EMMY ON HOUSEHOLD BUDGETS RESOURCES fcrons and discounts, including rediscounts, acceptcnc- anc.es of other banks and foreign bills of ex- change or drafts, sold with indorsement of this bank (except those shown in Item l~b $ 86.672.16 Total loans $ 86,672.16 Overdrafts, unsecured, 71.89 8£her bond's, stocks, securities, etc., owned: Federal Reserve Bank Stock 1,100.00 Jtefifcuig House, Furniture and fixtures 7,100.00 JtesI estate owned other than banking house 9,806.23 lawful reserve with Fderal Reserve Bank 4,428.56 Ga&&m vault and amount due froni national banks . . 6,321.00 Total of Items 9, 10, 11, 12, and 13 6,321.00 JKsf-eilaneous cash items 28.05 TOTAL $115,527.89 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in $ 30,000.00 Surplus l'rjnd 6,000.00 Un*l:> Mecl p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 July 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR B. ' -'••■a )ac« | © / relieved .-•Jv-iki "'MOTKFsG can take tbe place of TliecuOid's Llaclx-Draii glit with us brc'ijsa we have never found anything at or.ee so niild fc and so effective," says Mrs. Huglx Nichols, H, F.r A,, Princeton, Ky, "Wh.cn the cL 'Idrun have spells of indigestion and upset stom- achs, 1 always siraigiiten them out with a dose or two of Black- Draught. "Several times I l\°*-e suffered with bad spoils ex in&igesticni myself and found I would soon Set relief if i took a course of Black-Draught, i was troubled wi^h a bad accurculatLn ox gas and severe pains across rny stomach and lower bowels. Now when I feel a spell of this kind coming on, I head it off by tak- ing Black-Draught—a dose every night for a few nights will pre- vent the trouble and save me much pain and suffering. "My whole family uses Black- Draught for biliousness and con- stipation. "^t is a splendid medicine." Sold everywhere. 25 cents. : School attendants at Hainesville...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 July 1926

THE MINEOLA Mr. Walter RuSsell spent Strh , All Spring and Summer hfts dajr at an all day singing at j at less than cost. Brooks' Mill Omen, Texas in,Smith county. j iner/ and Gift Shop. EACH DAY'S DEMAND- Each day brings with it a growing demand for a bank account. Why not a growing bank account to meet these everyday needs ci Money in the bank is the connecting link between man and his opportunity. A growing bank account makes a possibi - lity of every opportunity. It is the only positive unfailing assurance of success. M1NE0LA STATE BANK Mineola, Texas Men's Ov -n'ls for .*1.23. B. L. Chappe'l • Mrs. Alford Williams and mother, Mrs. J. E. Moore were Tyler visitors Monday. Mr. Ambrose Adrian of Dal- las spent the week end with his parents in Mineola. Something New in Ladies Dress Shoes. E. D. Scott. Rev. and Mrs. H. J. Naples of Dallas were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Becknam last Tuesday r.nd Wednesday. LadVs White Kid Slippers, $5.00 values at a special close out sale price of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 July 1926

1- 3 : \i . ;vH PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 54. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY JULY 22, 1926. X" il r If taker Boy Bread is Your Best Food Eat More of It Perfection {; not Cost Therefore Should You Specify Mineola Suffers Another Fire Loss EK 22. Two Candidates For Attorney General Here Last Saturday Mineola citi- zens had an opportunity to hear two of the candidates for at- torney-general of Texas. Mr. Allred of Wichita Falls spoke to •, a goodly number on the stKgets , in the forenoon and'from all £C « counts make quite a favorable ; impression. Mr. Irwin of Dal" j las, spoke in the afternoon on , ■ t | mgy | II • , , ^ - - -v.- •- MEMBERS OF THE BAPTIST CHURCH Alt members of the Mineola Baptist Church are requested to be present at a conference call ed by the Chairman of the Pul- pit committee for Sunday night, Tuesday morning at one o'clock the tire alarm was sound ed and it was soon discovered that the fire was in the busi- ness section of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 July 1926

THE MfVKOf \ MOvro^ The iumeoia Monitor Pnblish?d Every Thursday R. H. Carraway, Manager Entered at Postoffice, Mineola F«xas. as second-class mail matter. LYNCH DAVIDSON POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Announcements in this column are made subject to the action of the Democratic primary elec tion July 24th, 1926. Rates: Announcement fee for district offices, .. 15; for co wnty offices, $10; for precinct offices, $5. Payable upon re- «eipt of order. We are authorized to amr"ice: For Representative: R. M. SMITH. : TERRELL KITCHENS. For District Attorney, 7th Judi- cial District: WALTER G. RUSSELL, of Mineola. G. L. FLORENCE, of Gilmer D. R, PENDLETON, of Tyler. For County Judge: E. A. THARP, of Mineola. < H. Y. PUCKETT. FOR SHERIFF: S. C. DOUGLAS. !• For Connty Superintendent Public Instruction: * O. u DAVIS, of Golden. * T. 0. CRADDOCK. * D. E. WHITE. * * For Tax Assessor: •J. B. (Bryan) ZIEGLER. a C. WHTTTER. ' C.Ik (Chas.) WOOD. ' FRANK NEYLAND. J. McC^ARY. Re- For Governor wajutbr h ....

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