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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 7 December 1894

VOL. I. PROSPECTUS OK The Iowa State Bystander Club Kates. UTJTFroiii this dato until January t, 18!»., Tin-: IOWA. KTAIB BVSTANDEH offers the fol lowing inducements, which are for cash and cash only: Clubs of live (5) or more, 1 year..$i.30 each Clubs of ten (10) or more, 0 mo.. .tH) each dubs of ten (10) or more, 1 \ear.81.00 each Clubs of twenty (~0) (i mo. W each This offer will bo discontinued on Jan uary 1, 1S'.)5. Tin I'axt lias IIH Lesson. The "idea of National Unity'' was dis cussed long years ago by our forefathers and their words of wisdom can be repeated with as much application and force now as then. Washington warned his countrymen to defend and preserve the country which made them os*C PKOI-LE. Adams, Hamil ton and Webster pleaded for the same cause. To preserve American institutions our patriotism must Jknow no county, no state, no north, no south, but instead let us have a patriotism that shall protect tno flag, and all who are beneath the flag, in the peaceful and ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 7 December 1894

r/ CHARLES 8. RUFF, Editor. DES MOI.NES, Ik celiuloul The Ax eastern paper complains that there has been a singular dearth of invention in naming the small lakes of the country, and finds that old In dian names have been deliberately dis /•Carded in order that persons of un lovely surnames might be honored geo graphically. The Indian names when translated are often found to embody an almost photographic picture of the lakes upon which they are bestowed. What is the matter with Winnipiseo gee, with Umbagog, with Memphrema gog, Oneida, Cayuga, Seneca. Onon daga, 0wasco Skaneateles. Chautau qua, Huron, Okeechobee, llinnetonka, Minitag, Kandiyohe, Michigan, Win nebago, Cheboygan, and so on for quantity until the jaw and tongue fail ffom sheer exhaustion? The IOWA. articles are to exploue what is to becomo of the man who w^iirs a orOJulnid collar whan he j-ot^ ••hot under the collar." Tin: kaiser may be pretty busy writ ing o]cims and things, but the sound of the bucksaw proceeds from tl...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 7 December 1894

I *JL 4 SHREDS AND RAVELINOS. The French cavalry numbers lf0,000 "X^rses. Vjrosdcn taxes cats and tlicy are /.ppeariny rapidly. fClw. permanent occupation of Pitts 'oin-ff t)i .faii February 17, 1754. Asparagus is tin oldest known plant that lias been usi'd for food. Tho pricu of a day's board in Athens, 1$. C. 400, was four cents, or about 81.20 a month. Bolata, tho product of a t» eo in Su matra, is becoming' a rival of India rubber and gutta percha. About 00,000 ucres has been re claimed in Ireland during tho past year from bog and marsh lands. In 764 the cold at Constantinople was so severe that tho Black sea waa frozen for lifty miles from shore. New Orleans has a vestibuled train to San Francisco that covers tho dis tance in less than seventy-eight hours. Nearly as much pig iron is now pro duced in the Southern states as was made in tho whole United States twenty years ago. A residence costing over $5,000 was recently successfully moved from Seattle to Olympia, a distance of s...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 7 December 1894

*JP LOCAL NEWS. •KILLDAY. OKCKMHKR 7, 1894. ftod our Ads. mry w««k for good Bargains by flrst-classhousos. Have yon paid your subscription? Miss Fannie Adams is oil the sick list. Ask our apents for THK. BVST\MEU. Are you a subscriber for Tin. 1&Y8TANUEU? Will Tomlin is now night porter at ilie Kirk wood. V. 1*. l'hillips left Saturday evening for Minneapolis. Mrs. Saunders, mother of Mrs. George Stanton, is improving. Walter Hirney is again engaged in the tonsorial business. Mrs. Isaac Gourtley has been on the kick list for several days. Mrs. 11. Hooks is suffering from an attack of rheumatism. Mr. A. C. Gorden, formerly a resident •of this city, is now located in Washing ton, D. C. Is'aco Mortou is now a valuable em ploye of the Morgan house in the capacity of cook. Don't forget the literary Tuesday evening. A good program. Let every body be present. Miss Tennie Robinson, of St. -'oe. made a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. Windsor this week. "Si" Palmer is now head porter at the...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 14 December 1894

VOL. I. PROSPECTUS OK The Iowa State Bystander dull Itlitl'H. EJsTKroni this date nutil January 1, 1H!).~, TIM-IOWA STATE BYSTANDER offers the fol lowing inducements, which are for cash and cash only: Clubs of ttvo or more, 1 year..Si.150 each Clubs of ten (10) or more, (i mo.. .») eaeli Clubs of ten (10) or more, 1 vear.$1.0() each Clubs of twenty (20) (i mo o0 each This oiler will bo discontinued on Jan uary l, is!ir». Till' I'HSt HllS Us The "idea of Nntioual Unity" was dis cussed long years ago by our forefathers aiul their words of wisdom can be repeated with as much application and force now as then. Washington warned his countrymen to defend and preserve the country which made them ONE PEOI'LE. NATION.u. UNITY One of the duties of the government is that of a Hording its subjects means of gaining an EDI'CATIOX. our Let us not forget that we have no divi sion of the citizens of this country into the "nobility" and the ''people." Always bear in mind that the laborer is the nobil...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 14 December 1894

_../ *^1., „•.'. .•: .^- .- ^'lS^iilL^«k.\',LVtfbika4M^ Iowa Stale Bystander. CHAKLES 6t RUFF, l£«Jitor. DES MOIIN'ES, TJTE A SGGGEsrioK is mado to have a short daily discussion of current news in the public schools, and to this end to have a digest of the news from a daily paper. If the news be news of the world's important events, not the daily record of crime and party politics, that is found in some news papers, the suggestion is good, and ought to be act?d on. Correct cur rent history is certainly as important as is the history of the B. C. or mediaeval period. A teacher who would spend a half hour every day posting his or her pupils on the world's daily events, would do as much for education as listening for the same length of time to rules of grammar and other equally dry s' jects, and thin paragraph is not meant in any sesse to reflect on the impor tance of all dry studies now pursued in tho public schools, whether o! grammar or constitutional history. WE have brought the ho...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 14 December 1894

A-.. IIAITINKSS. BY (il Pi: MAUI'ASSANt. It was ten timo they had not vol brought in tlie lumps. Tin oity over looked tins llui \au'sli (l MIU hud left tlio sky nil rosy with his I.SNMI£, as if nihliud w'.lh dii-l of ^old and tins Mediterranean, without om wrinkle, without one (juivor smooth and shill ing under the. dyinjr lifi'ht— seemed an immeasurable sheet, of polished metal. Far away to the ri^ht tin denticu lated mountains outlined their dark profile against the paling purple of'the sunset. They were talking about love—dis cussing the old, old subject —telling tilings that had been I old and retold a thousand times before The sweet melancholy of the twilight lent a lan guor to their words -filled their hearts with vague emotion and the. old word, "love,'1 incessantly repeated, some times by tin deep voice of a man( sometimes in the lighter timbre of a woman's speech—seemed to fill all the little room—to flit through it like a bird—to haunt it like a ghost. Was it possible to l...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 14 December 1894

LOCAL NEWS. KIMDAY, DKCKMlUiR 14. 1MM. fttad our Ads. «v«ry waek for good Bargains by first-class housos. Mrs. Wm. Ooal.son is in Muchakinock this week assisting in a concert in that city. Mrs. Cornelius, mother of \V. H. Scott, is very .sick at her home at Mt. I'.easant. Will McHl«"iuler leaves for his home in Shelbino. Mo., Saturdny, to spend the holidays Mrs. liydia linker, of Savannah. Mo., is now at the bedside of her sick son. Mr. Heilly Hell. T. Mrs. .1. May weather, who has been cry ill. is much improved and all wish for her complete recovery. Mr. aud Mrs. Will (-rocket are the proud parents of a new born baby. Mother and child doing- well. U. N. Hyde's two children have been sick, one of them serious, but now they are mending fast and areout of danger. Daniel Jackson leaves for Louisville Saturday evening, where he will visit his mother, lie is a good boy aud we will watch fur his return. The Ladies' Social club met with Mr. M. li. Austin Wednesday after noon. The program a...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 21 December 1894

VOL. I. PROSPECTUS OK The Iowa State Bystander Club Kilt8. E3S?"Froui this date until January 1,1805, TITE IOWA STATE BYSTANDER offers the fol lowing inducements, which are for cash nnd cash only: Clubs of live (fS) or more, 1 year..$i.i:0 each •CluUs of ten (10) or more, 1 mo.. .00 each CIuIjs of ten (10) or more, 1 year.$1.00 each t.'iftbs of twenty (20) 0 mo 50 each This o!Ser will bo discontinued on Jan nary I, 1SU5. The I'U HUM Its I.e»Hon. The ''idea of National Unity'' was dis 'cassed long years ago by our forefathers and their words of wisdom can bo repeated with as much application and force now as then. Washington warned his countrymen to defend and preservo the country which snado them OXE PEOPLE. Adams, Hamil (ton -and Webster pleaded for the same •caaso, To preservo American institutions «oor patriotism must Jknow no county, no 'state, no north, no south, but instead let us have a patriotism that shall protect tne flag, and all who are beneath the flag, in the peaceful ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 21 December 1894

fw* State Bystander. CUAKLBS 8. Rurr, Editor. DBS MOINES, IOWA. TIN unspeakable Turk is undoubt edly a bad parsou, but ho dooan't oanso as much had feeling ia this country as tho unoarvablo Turk. PRESUMABLY on the theory that time ifl money, the German chancellor has removed tho lean-to from his name and may hereafter be addressed as plain Hohenloho. Ti#E military powors arc finding tho small caliber firearms most effect!vo, a scientific confirmation of a theory which the toy pistol has already given a strong color of probability. THE more ono thinks of it the more astonishing- it saems that an employe could rob a great bank for a decade before being detected. Would it not b3 wise for every financial institution to examine its household affairs right now? IN connection with good roads land scape gardening will come in as a fao tor to enhance the value of rural property. The surroundings of the home can be made more attractive with trees, shrubs, flowers, fruit and grass. IF it is tr...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 21 December 1894

CRAZED BY COFFKb. A 1'ecullar Allnxmt Which A (looted a Wliolo family. Two tablo d'hotors foil to discussing tho bluek coffee quoBtion a few nights ago, and several other habituos of tho tablo d'hote whoro tho discussion took place cliippod in tlioir little say sos. It turned out that, whilo a dotnl tasso was as much aa tomo c»uld tako without foeling its ellocts on their nervoB, others could quaff a schooner and then rotiro and sloop as soundly as tho servants when you happen to have forgotten your latchkey. Ono of the chippers-in was a medical man, and ho said that coffee without milk, and with but littlo sugar, exercises tho most beneficial inlluences in some cases of sick and nervous headaches, especial ly if a little lemon or lime juice be added to it. "Sometimo before the death of tho lato Professor Charcot," said tho man of mediclie, "lie was called to see a family made up of fathor, mother and six children, all of whom had become tho victims of an uncontrollable mqntal irrit...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 21 December 1894

LOCAL NEWS. KIM 1AV. DECKMHKR Si, ISiM. Riad our Ads. mry wttk for good Bargains by first-class housis. SKW AOVKKT1SKMKNT8. L. TREPANIEll. DRY GOODS. J. F. KEEFNER. GROCERIES. LEVI RENDER, GROCERIES. U. MiCARTHV, GROCERIES. THE HUH, BOOTS AND SHOES. HARRIS & LAND. BOOTS AND Mrs. .1. Oa.ston was a vi-itor this week. SHOES. MA HON MILLINERY CO. LIVINGSTON'S SEED STORE. EUREKA FUEL CO. ISTULL A: CO. S BAKERY. A. TERRY. DAIRY PRODUCTS. THE GREAT 10c STORE. ALBERT HILL, FURNITURE. Des Moines Mrs E. T. Ranks was on the sick list a: vera 1 days this week. Miss Anna Smith goes to Muekaki nock to spend the holidays. I". S. Jones, of Albia, will visit Dos Moines during the holidays. Mrs. Robt. Webster will visit with her frieDds and relatives at Mt. Pleas ant. Oranges, dates, figs, raisins, groceries, at bottom prices. B. thv. SOT West Walnut. an.l all McCar- Mrs. W. J. Laws is spending a days in the city. She will join husband in Dallas. Texas. few her Mrs. 15. J. Holmes and mother, Mrs....

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 28 December 1894

VOL. I. PROSPECTUS OF The Iowa State Bystander C5?"Frotn this date until January 1,1895, THE IOWA HTA IE liy-TANUIIN offers tho fol lowing inuueemonts, which aro for cash and cash only: Clubs of live (5) or more, 1 yoar..)?i.U0 each Cluhs of tin (1(1) or more, (1 mo.. .(10 eaeu Clubs of ton (10) or more, 1 yenr.^l.O:) each Clubs of twenty ('.20) ti mo 50 each This offer will bo discontinued on Jan uary 1, 1S95. T!iu Tint llns Ittt Lesson. Tho '-idea, of National Unity" was dis edssert long years ago by our forefathers and their words of wisdom can be repeated with as much application and force now as then. Washington warne his countrymen to defend and preserve tho couutry which made them ONE PEOPLE. Adauis, H.atnil ton and Webster pleaded for th* same cause. To preserve American institutions ir patriotism must know no county, no state, no north, no south, but instead let us have a patriotism- that shall protect tno ila^f, nnd all who are beneath tho llag, in the p'-ace.ul and houora...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 28 December 1894

i: $££-•' 1§^ fife' fe- 1? r1 V2*i\ f^o4.' Ifc I*. it I®:-= Iowa State Bystander. CIIAKL12S 8. BIFF, ICUltor. DES MOI.NES, IOWA. A GOOD advortisomont is the best solicitor. It appoals to tho people who may want what it tolls about, but doos not intrudo upon people who euro nothing about the thing'. 'A'GI.ANO is aivortisod to h$vo in terfered in behalf of tho Armenians. It is always a good time to buy a lock to put on "tho stable door after the horso is stolen. It helps out the lock smith. IF a foro.ijrn foo will kind enough to wait, vhon preparing to attack an American seaboard city, until we can get tho Ericsson torpedo boat in Heat ing order, we may be able v.o protect ourselves. Seven different attempts have been made to try that boat, but each time something about her ma chinery has broken. THE I'5,11 Mall Gazette says the most conspicuous feature of the reign of Queen Victoria is the establishment and development of democracy in Great Britain. As most o! the thrones of Kuropo w...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 28 December 1894

\r fAnEWBLI, OLD YEAH Farewell, old year, wo walk no more to gether I catch the sweetness of thy latest sijjli, A ad crowneil with yellow brake and withered heather, I see tlioe stauil beneath this cloudy sky. Ilcro in the dim liulit of a gray December We part, in smiles, and yet we met iit tears Watch ins the chilly dawn, I well remem ber I thought thee .saddest born of all the years. I know not then what precious gifts were hidden Under the mist that veiled thy path from sight 3 .knew not then what joy would como unbidden To linike the closing hours divinely bright. I only saw the dreary clouds unbroken, only heard the plash of icy ram, And in that winter gloom I found To 1''lV 'me that the sun would shine ngain. 0 dear old year, 1 wronged a father's kindness would not trust him with my load ot cure 1 stumbled on in weariness ami blindness, Am) lo! Ile ble.-sed me with an an swered prayer. JJood-bye. kind year, we walk no more together. But here in quiet happiness we part, And fro...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 28 December 1894

i®OCAL NEWS. Fill HAY. HKCEMHKR 28, 181M. Rud our Ads. evtry wetk for good Eirgatti by first-class housts. NKW AOVKKTISKM KNTS. j. f. kgefnkrTTJkockmks. LEVI BENDER. UROCKKIES. MULLER ft BENNET, GROCERS. C. S. LITTLER, GROCER. CHARLES 8TKEGL1TZ. GROCER. MOERSHELL--HORNJfi .\V. MIL LINERY. Turner returned from Missouri Thursday. lt-tv. Caston loft Thursday for Macon and other cities. Mrs. Clay Lewis lias been on the. sick list for several davs. Miss Eldora Green, of Newton, spent Christmas in the capital city. Mrs. Holmes and mother. Mrs. Lee, left Monday evening- for Oskaloosa. E. T. Banks wont to Davenport Wednesday ui^bt on Masonic busiuess. Dr. lidward Johnson, wo are in formed, spent the holidays in Polk Citr. Mrs. C. P. Topson has been sick at her home for some time. She is some what improved. Miss Mason, of Mt. Pleasant, an able teacher of our race, attended the teach ers' association. Miss Eldora Gre^n, of Xewlon. and U- S. Jones, of Albia, attended the Pathfinder banquet. T*...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 4 January 1895

I 7 Kv r. fefv Jv VOL. I. Iowa State Bystander. rtTBLISHKi) KVKKY FJUDAY I1V TJIK UY STAM-iKlI I'i i!M61U\0 CO.MI'A.W, 'jHARLHS S. RUFF, EdHon T'HADDEUS S. RUFF, Associate Editor. JOSEPH H. SHEPARD, Manager. fOFKICIAL rAI'KIJ 01." TJIK Al'HO-AMKIUCAN" I'HOTKCTIVK ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. (OFFICIAL I'Al'EU OF Till! MOST 1V0K HIIU'FL'L I'MTKIJ ORAM) LODGE OK IOWA, A. F. & A. M. TKIIMS OF aUUBCUII'TlON. One year $1.50 Six months 75 Threo inontbs .50 j)ay'^bjei advfthcc OFFICE: RBGIMTKK BR.IC., TIIIHI FLOOK. Kwid money by postoilico order, money or»Jer, oxpress or draft, to Turr: IOWA STATE illTbTANDtu Publishing Company. Communications runnt bo written on one :«ide o£ tho paper only and be of interest to tho public. "Brevity is the soul of wit," remember. We will not return rejected manuscript unless accompanicd by postage stamps. The Afro-Americans of Massachu setts pay taxes on jit.00-1,12:.' worth of property. The teller of the sub-treasury in San .Franciscois an Afro-American named...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 4 January 1895

Iowa State Bystander. COARLES 8. ItVVV, Editor. DES MOL.NKS, IOWA. THE po-oallo] IT AGENCIES THE for the pro­ motion of matrimony are still one of the chief souroos of incomo of the divorco lawyers. detailed reports of our warship experiments with torpatioes appoar to establish the fact, that, there will bo a fino accident, on rccoril before very Ions the experimenting goos on. THE oloctric lijfht in the room of an Otsego county, N. J. juror having gone out, ho spent half an hour in a vain effort to relight it with a match. It might, bo a saving of time if some 6uch simple test as this were intro duced in the selection of jurors gen erally. A GKOKGIA paper objects to the pardon of a wealthy rascal, who is serving out a term in tho penitentiary of that state, on the plea of sickness. The habit influential prisoners have of pining away until pardoned, thon living to a ripe old age begins to look a litte thin to this Georgia editor, hence his objections in this particular case. Til EKE...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 4 January 1895

3 MULTUM IN PARVO. The first shipment of iron ore from tho United titutos to Europe was tnadc in 1608. A red-haired girl of the namo of Jlellbrand has been discovered in Eastern Maine. During tho first throe months of laBt year not a sinylo passenger and only ono employe was killed on rail roads in Great IJritain. All roads in England cithcr^o under or over com mon roads. Ono hundred and eighty-six Islands of tho Thousand islands group, in the St Lawrence, aggregating 2."iG acres, were sold this season- The amount realized was $32,110, which wns at the rate of about $123 per acre. Urielcmalcers aro now proposing to make brick of all colors by mixing many materials. Clay, with a 6inall percentage of iron will make a beau tiful mottled brick. Glass brick are also made in Guropo. The departure will exert quite an influence on arch itecture. A Chinaman's pigtail caused tho death of its owner at. Norlhlield, Ore., a few days ago. Tho Chinaman fell from a railroad train mi,I rolled clear ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 4 January 1895

LOCAL NEWS. KLILDAV, .TANIWKY 18W. Riad our Ads. mry weak for good Bargains by first-class housts. Mary Lowih is on ho si-lc list. Miss Carrie .U'tt is on tlie s-iek list. Tho buby of Mr. and Mrs. S. (!. Lewis is ill. 1'has. Lewis was on the sick list this week. IVter livuliiu is npuii lail tonsil ll.is. up wilii Mrs. Oeorgv. Cleg-gett's litt.lv vorv sick. Mrs. Clay Lewis is her recent illness. .•liihl improving from Miss Sarah l'orter visited in Kansas City during1 the holidays Mrs. .t. I. Carter and Miss Anna S.uit.li visited Mueliakiuock this week. Mrs. l.ydia linker has returrod to Savannah. Mo., after several days at tendance upon her sick son. Riley Hell. Mrs. IVter l!ell. of Mcnlo. Iowa, has been visiting relatives and friends in this city, returned to her home Thurs tiav. Randall Woods, father of Mrs. Uilcy Hell, and James Woods, who has been at the home of his daughter for several days, returned home Thursday. Tin: IOWA .STATIC KYSSANDEK will be found on sale at the barber ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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