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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 June 1911

i ' * 4 * ■ i di *.. .; í ' . % < ^ a. ■ * ! Hte? ' ' :'W PM K . .* „„.j f **• ■ •(■ f cl jKs«w,-,,"'h*''J«sg csr."v°i«s'T AND NEWS-CHRONICLE ■«i^tsssstgt.w i Volumnc XXVII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, June 16,1911 Number ■♦mm' v> MMMMMMHIUMIIHIHiniHI t THE Ups and Dows IN LIFE Come to EVERYBODY. Right now while you are making money, you ought to be saving it, then when the "Downs" come you will have something to fall back upon. Be independent. Start a Bank Ac- count today. Now is the acccpted time. Snake in Baptist Church* 7j/ie J'trst State ffian/c. Wheu the electric lights were turned on at the Baptist church Monday night, two young ladle*, members of the choir, went up and took their accuMtomed seats. One of them casually dropped her hand over in the chair next to her, and, feeling something soft and cold, looked to fee what it was. It was a chicken snake three feet long coiled np there and the alarm she turned in was a plenty. A group of people standing at the door r...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 June 1911

* * ^ atifc personal g liappfnings s of the roceh. j| Cora Posey of Indian visited the family of F. Hitchcock the last of ibe week. Pt> Mías Ruth Boyd, of Hearne, the gfu«M, this week of Alisa lie Jenkins. Mra. T. A. Kubanks returned lay from San Antonio where «pent two weeks with rela- Mrs, Alton Aiken, of Chries- i.came down the last of last pk and w ent with her father, . WO' W ive Biai k. on the excursion to Iveston returning Jiome Men- ■fiapy; Miss Q arelen a Schiller, Mrs. ik Mate Jka, Miss Lottie Jan. , Byron McLean. Jerry and I , Matejka left Tuesdav for ice tc attend the Matejky It nuptials. y EQUIP AT THE STORE TFMT CARRIES THE! BEST LIAE OF SUMMER GOODS VJlCj4T10rt GOODS KEPT I At THIS CITY. EQUIP AT THE STORE TH^T EVER SIAtCE IT HjU BEEAi M BUSINESS H>!S TRUSTED ITS FUTURE TO DE/lLIrtG MIRkY >lnB SQUARELY WITH ITS P^TROñS. EQUIP AT THE STOR." WHERE Y Oft <tAt\ i4LWi4YS BUY MORE OF THE BEST FOR THE LEGIST. EQUIP AT THE STORE ThMT CARRIES THE BEST TMT MOAÍEY &l...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 June 1911

w , . ; 'JT ^-v r ' "M 't. r. - . vr, y W 99. •' %> *1 l-fl t * LOCAL AMD PERSONAL Cyolone Davis addressed u crowd estimated at 550 at Provi- dence church Wednesday. There was a barbecue and picnic there in honor of i he occasion and u good attendance from here. Por sale—One upright Kimble piano in Al condition. Apply at Ledger office. Little Henry Nix got np in his sleep one night this week and while walking around in the house stumbled ov( r a trunk, % fell and sprained one wrist, but was not otherwise injured. Misses Kathleen Cadi and Nu.ilee Simpson returned this *h k (mm (taylor li:iversity. Miss Cade received her diploma, she graduating with honor. Mis* Simpson tins to g-> another veat ketore she timshes. Plantéis in this county now have their crops worked out an i m fairly good shape, but the hot weather <>f the past week has had a damaging effect on the eo'ii— eutting the yield short about one half, t' tton however, i*. look- ing well and growing nicely, but is n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 June 1911

y ܧ f m lesoo County Ledger By TH« County Publishing Co. W. W. RANKIN, RtaMler. m at the poatotfice at Caldwell, aa lecond-rlaas mall matter. m Sv N Advertising •One Insertion Ratea 20c per inch PBlt MONTH The following number of inches must be uued weekly to obtain the monthly rnte 1 to 9ié luchs flOc per inch 101 80 " rKk-' " " M to 50 •« 45e " " 50 to 100 44 Wc " 44 All advertising run until ordered ont. Local readers tive cents per line each insertion. Cards of tlianks, resolutions of respect and all matter of a like nature charged for same rate as local readers. WHY HE QUIT PREACHING Congregation First Accuacd the Old Darky Minister and Then Found the Ham. In connection with the inland wu- terwavs project Representative J. Hampton Moore has been down south several times. On his last visit he encountered an old negro whe had been a good guide once, when Mr. Moore went sightseeing. The negro was a local preacher, but he was no longer working at it. "What was the trouble, uncle V...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 June 1911

( focal anb personal \ ). happenings g W of the tpech. W ] Mrs. Ht>nry ilodges left Sat- urday to Mpend homo tira * with relativos in Georgetown. Mrs. Ed Harris and Mrs. Hugh Clemtnonx, of Dallas, are the guests of relativeK here this week. C 10. Cade returned Saturday morning from San Antonio where he attended the military manen vers. M>. §607 KPM1 or ñu CONMTMM W 25 CALDWELL NATIONAL BANK At Caldwell, in the State of Texas, at close oí business June 7, 1911: KKSOUHCKS Iyoaiih an Í discounts fil.V569.63 Overdraft , secured and un- secured 3,489.41 IT. S. Bonds to t*«cure circu- lation 50,000.00 Premiums on U. S. Bonds... 500.00 Furniture and fixtures 10.500.00 Due from National Hanks ( not reserve agents)..,, 15,035.46 Due from approved reserve agents 15, ¿¿5.22 Check and other cash item . 1,027.53 Notes of other National Hanks 935.00 Fractional paper currency, nickels and cents 305.50 Lawful Money Reserve in Hank, via: Specie 12,125.75 Legal-tender notes 110.00.... 12,235.75...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 June 1911

10 inch Berry Bowls and 11 inch Dishes Beautiful New Decorations QN SALE saturday ran ioc each H. R. KELLY Next to Postoffice TOWN TOPICS. IWwWWVWTWWWW ™ Ed Wotipka of Waco «pent Sundav with home folk here. — • 3 I \ - - •■ ■' Official Statement of the Finan- cial Condition of the First State Bank At Caldwell, State í Texas, at the close <>f business on the 7th clay of June 1911, published in the Luix'.i k, a news- paper printed and published at Cald- well, State of Texas, on the 16th day of June 1911. RESOURCES Loans and discounts, personal or collate!a! >94,415.77 Loans, real estate 18,388.20 Overdrafts 464.89 Bonds and Stocks o.oo Real Kstate (banking house) o.oo Other Real Estate O.OO Furniture and fixtures 2,230.80 Due from approved reserve Agents net .... $28,468.54 Due from other Hanks .* Hank- ers. subject to cheek, net.... f 0,000.U> 2S,468.54 Cash items 22.60 Currency 10,445.0;) Specie 5,037.07 15,504,67 Other Resources as follow*: Interest in the Depositors (i...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 June 1911

= | «HMiWI«I — M >■ ferymer Briefs. SAYINGS. Sebesta Sayings IRRESPONDENTS 1 We farmen in this section are seeding rain very bad. lis* Ethel Brymer of ArliiiK- Our farmers are all well up with their work. Crops look well, but we are needing a good is visiting friends and reía 1 rain, as it in very dry here. ,es Here. ; Mrs, Clint Lewie has as her Mrs. Moore oí Caldwell is vis. ¡guest this week Mrs. Fritz liettis g her ohildreu here. Mrs. W. E. fartier its on the iek list. A. large crowd attended the ream suppH' at Will Turner's itard^y bight, and all had a ice time. Mary and Seniy Howry have turned from a visit to relatives >ec« ijd ('reek. Mrs. II. P. Williams and liter. L.liian. of Houston, e visiting relatives here. ¡Irs. It. L. Krankhn <<f Hook- le was a uuest of her sister, llscks M assey Sunday. Osear Mii^smv ara! \shlv Price tended the dance at IMme Box tunUy night, I beg to e:>rre •! a little error try laH com-mnnieati m in re. iird to i he local chc>ol tax...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 June 1911

Pew firms in business* decade have made more friends; no firm has striven harder to deserve this friendship; few firms have been accorded a more satisfactory patronage than we have enjoyed, and no firm could be more appreciative than are we. It has been our constant care to see that our stock is complete, that our prices are Just, and that each custom- er be extended every courtesy and every accomodation consistent with business principles. Today finds us, if anytning, better prepared to take care of your wants than ever before, and we ask for your trade. HAY RAKE5 BALE TIES BINDERS' TWINE 3 4$ 45 sS s We want Your Trade STEEL AND WOOD HAY PRESSES Moon Bros, and Banner Buggies The man who knows, knows what Tom Pagitt Saddles are. We sell them to the men who want saddle com- fort and saddle life. Complete line of Garden Hose Our Grocery Department is overflow- ing with good things to eat. Oriole Floor All The Time ®&iM^eiáin^ento We will Treat Yoo Right mmymmmwwwmwiimwmwwmwvm: f ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 June 1911

Naws Eatablljihad II Chronlcl* r ~ H Conaoildatad May 1807 AND NEWS-CHRONICLE Lad M«l«r Batablldhad l« ?7 Conaolldaicd Veto. 10 I Volumne XXVII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, June 33,1911 & HIMi THE Ups and Dows IN LIFE Come to EVERYBODY. Right now while you are making money, you ought to be saving it, then when the 44Downs" come you will have something to fall back upon. Be independent. Start a Bank Ac- count today. Now is the acccpted time. TJhe Jhrst State Sftcin/c. Of Catdwcit, Tjoxas GUARANTY FUND BANK • NO OTHER BUSINESS THAN BANKING Burglaries Monday Night, Number 16 =35 ■. v* Among the *Pfllers" 0! Society wo rank hiy;h, an<l deservedly ho, for the Pills *« sell art* niorttorions. We are e.\|x'rienre<l IJrti^yiwts anil Phar- macist-.. ami make a upecialty of MM iptinns, preparing name necurrate- ly. quickly and wonoinically. Wo carry it full lino of the bent Dnijrs and Standard Medicines. and everything in the way of toilet and bath-room supplies. Caldwell Drug ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 June 1911

' Wm n/fí W>. | .,<v* - I^iü fap; I" \ if® Judge T. M. Hunt Dead. "uleburne, Texas, June 20, Judge Thomas M. Hunt, a proor:. inent Confederate veteran, died hare yesterday, aged 72. lit was for several years a county fudge in Burleson County and was a member of the legislature. The funeral will be held hero this afternoon." judge Hunt was well known here, he being a citizen of this county for the greater part cf his life, and always one of the prominent men in the county's affairs w hile one of its citizens When a young man he was elect- ed clerk of the district court and in this capacity served severa years. Then he was elected county clerk which office he ht Id for many years. Afterwards he was elected as county Judge and served in this capacity for sev eral terms. He also served in the state legislature a term or two, and wherever he served the people he served them well, foi he was a man of ability, impar- tiality and firmness, as citizen, clerk, legislator and judge. Seve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 June 1911

, TOWN TOPICS. 3 Rsad Ledg«r advt rti-ementa. C. H. Chernosky "'as a Bren- ham vieiit( * here the first ol the veek. John Mateika and britle, of Wallace, spent the week here with relatives. For sale—One upright Kimble piano in Al condition. Apply at Ledger office. William halrvmple left Wed* neoday for Clebuine to visit rel- atives for a few days. Mrs, U. s, B< wers and child- ren returned from a ten days visit to relatives in Belleville. Mre. W. T Keese «ud Miss Ruth Burnett came up from 8omerville Wednesday to visit relatives. I\ R. Butler «nil family, of San Angelo, who have been visit tug the family of N. E. Maningan left Monday for Lampasas. June tilth w s celebrated here liy roost of the eoloied people goiny; to Brenhani where there was a big celebration for them. Col. Hairy Tracy, of Dallas, arrived Wednesday morning and will make several anti prohibí tion' speeches in the county b - fore leaving. There will be a union 8unday School rnlly at the Second creek church next Su...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 June 1911

CMMsidgcr By Tht County PubUikinf Co. W. W. RANKIN. at the postoffice at Caldwell, Texas, as secona-class mail matter. Advertising One insertion 20c per inch PBK MONTH The following number nf inches must be uwed weekly to obtain the monthly rate 1 to iuchs P®1'1,K>k 10 to 80 M ^ " " 30 to 50 " ... 4ímj •GO to 100 •« -We All advertising run untii ordered out. Local readers five cents per line •each insertion. Cards of thanks, resolutions oí reaped and all matter of a like naiture charged for same rate as local readers. Subscription Per Year ....$1.00 (Invariably in Advance.) What to Do. The sweet girl graduate, mar the Lord bless her, is getting plenty of sweet talk jugt now ai* she lay3 down her finished es says and returns to her home and loved oues. There is uoth ing sweeter than a sweet giri graduate—except more oí them, •till there Í9 a dull prosaic phast to her home-coming that it may- be sinful to mention. Vvhnt is she going to do, now that she ha; finished the course in sc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 June 1911

*off • ■ '■ ■-'t-y" > .% w * 4 If' -- 4, AND PERSONAL W. H. Taylor wüh a visitor to Uryun the last oi last week. Mrs I). C. May Held visited in Soiuerville the first of the week. I. H. I'eek of Abeiinc, was u business visitor here the first of the week. Mrs. Bill Matthews, of Hum* bolt, Arkansas is the guest of Mhs Bessie Lee. Prank Lesovaky returned to Cameron Monday after a visit to the family oi Frank Matejka. Mrs W. 1) I-oster returned to Temple Tuesday after a visit to tin* family of .1. 11. ÑVilkerson. Charlie Churchill find family have gone to Amurillo where he hiti* accepted a job with the San- ta Fe. Charlie Stone returned the first of the week from Southwest em univerMty where lie gradu- ated. Mix. Nannie Curry-Allen. < Í < otter count y. i^ tbegimt of her parents Mr. and Mi-. J. I. Iitwvea, Miss Minnie Schumacher of Sotncrville, came up the li'-st of the week t<v visit Steve Piwetz and wife. More and Better Socks, A preliminary statement show- ing the result o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 June 1911

10 inch Berry Bowls County Fair. ¡Él || life Remember the county fair will take place on schedule time July 4th, and thai, it will be at Hale's -cotton platform. This change has been made at the suggestion of the committee in charge, for the reason, that this is a cooler and more spacious place. This suggestion lias heartily be* n eoncured in by the members of the Farmer's union for the same reason. The report started by «orno one that there was disagree- ment by the management of the «union is entirely erroneous. There was a meeting of the fair committees last Monday and John Thornton and D. L. Alford were added as u committee on ice water and amusements. All the committees in charge of the various departments have been busy, ami every thing is being arranged to give a splendid fail on that day. There will be'some of the best products the county has, and they will be worth see- ing. Liet every body prepare to come for you will not regret il. Read Ledger Advertisements Odd Fellows B...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 June 1911

CORRESPONDENTS SAYINGS. Volney Views. Roger Groceand íamily visited relatives in Williamson county last week. Mrs, Mollis Coleman and fain* ily visite ! Mrs. Pearl Weweomb lust Saturday night and Sunday. 8eth Groce and family visited Dewitt Calvin last Saturday night and Suuduy. Mrs. Klla Mosley visited Mrs. Pearl Newcoutb last Monday. Wiley Curri rig-ton and family visited Mrs, lassie JCnlvin of Provident e last Sunday. Several from here v.sited ('aid Well Satin* ay to hear the prohi- bition speaking. lie v. Andrew Brouddus will preach at Lone < hik next Sunday. Every body invited. Hoscu («roce has returned home to Williamson county Harmony. S The ice cream supper aud speaking was attended by a large crowd and all seemed to have an enjoyable time. A largo number of our citizens attended the barbecue at Provi- dence last Wednesday. Our boys crossed bats with the Providence team and won the game by a score of 17 to 10, Our farmers are very much in need of rain. Miss .Julia Slama v...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 June 1911

I We Point to Our Record With ■■■ eeling' of Pride Few firms in business a decade have made more friends; no firm has striven harder to deserve this friendship; few firms have been accorded a more satisfactory patronage than we have enjoyed, and no firm could be more appreciative than are we. It has been our constant care to see that our stock is complete, that our pricss are just, and that each custom- er be extended every courtesy and every accomodation consistent with business principles. Today finds us, if anytning, better prepared to take care of your wants than ever before, and we ask for your trade. HAY RAKES BALE TIES BINDERS' TWINE O m t m i STEEL AND WOOD HAY PRESSES % 4$ 451 1 5 ' AS We want Your Trade Moon Bros, and Banner Buggies The man who knows, knows what Tom Pagitt Saddles are. We sell them to the men who want saddle com- fort and saddle life. CoKEiicte line oí Garden Hose Our Grocery Department is overflow- ing with good things to eat. Oriole Floor All The Time ^¡...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 June 1911

dm man o7SS!S«!f<r*-•,",^■,,*- ISSo "«ayisav- AND NEWS-CHRONICLE '•«*«••• ByabllSll^d 1897 Con*olldai«d F b. foil ■ MpPNMVg t*m Volumne XXVII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texaa, June 30,1911 i Don't Cast Your Money! To The Four Winds! ! Put It In this Bank where it will grow for you and do you some visable good now and In the future. "As you sow. ao shrill you reap." That is why the farmer plants his corn in fertile ground; that is why hundreds of people place the money which they have in tim bunk, be the «mount large or small. They see the advantage < f having their money in a place where it will be mfe. There in 1,0 pleasure so wholesome in later life as that which '8 felt, in leapinv the reaping the reward « f an early effort, in starting a b.vnk account. Public Mssonic Installation. Number 17 "£ii" Sk =e= Now is the time and this is the place! ZJhe J'irst State ffiank. Of Catdwctt, Zjcxos GUARANTY FUND BANK NO OTHER BUSINESS THAN BANKING;; Saturday ovoningat the Mason- ic ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 June 1911

'% • • T '■ jfft : a*" ctttb personal happenings of tfre g>g«U. Iv*^ Giddings was n Bren ham visitor here several day®"this W'i O O •* i J. M. Murray was up from Lyons on a business trip Tues- day. ■ «Jjft Mrs. Virginia Huggnson oí West Texas is hereon an extend ed visit to her children. Mrs. Ix>raine Dean and child* lvii of San Antonio, are the jruests of Mrs W. A, Hill. ^iiss Ida Worcester down from Cameron on an extended ♦visit to her sister, Mrs. Henry Gregg. m V ' Miss Annie Stockton left Wed- nesday for (iiddiuga where she will spend a month with home folks. Mrs. YV. A. Brewer and child reu and Miss Tjnce Doak,of San Angelo, are the guests of T. B. Brewer and family. . Rev. J. Lewis, of Nava iota will^preach morning and evening In the presbyter inn church Sun- day* The public cordially invit- ed to attend. Tresspass Notice.-The public is Jiereby notified that tresspass- ing Of any kind on any lands owned or leased by the under ill Burleson county, is Ibited, and any viol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 June 1911

FINALLY THE FIGHT BEGAN NEW USES FOB OLO GLASS Kentucky Mountain Woman's Descrip- tion of the Preliminaries That Lad Up to Real Contest. * j; . A1TD PERSONAL Cyoloue Davis addressed a crowd estimated at 550 at Provi- dence church Wednesday. There was a barbecue end picnic there ill honor of the occasion and u good attendance from here. For sale—One upright Kimble piano in Al condition. Apply at Ledger office. # # Little Henry Nix got up in his sleep one night this week and while walking around in the house stumbled ov- r a trunk, fell and sprained one wrist, but was hot otherwise injured. Misses Kathleen Cad« and Na'.ilee Simpson returned this week fiom Payler Iriversity. Miis Ca'le received her diploma, she graduating with honor. Mis> Simpson ii«~< to go another vcar betore she finishes. Planters in thin comity now have their crups worked out ani in fairly good shape, but the hot weather <>f the pa«t week lias had a damaging effect on the com— cutting th«' yield short a...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 June 1911

By Th« County Publishing Co. W. W. RANKIN, Congregation First Accused the Old Darky Minister and Then Found the Ham. iv Entered at the poatoffioe at Caldwell, Texas, aa secona-class mall matter. Advertlnlng Rat® Oue lusertion 20*: per inch PER MONTH The following number "f inches must be used weekly to obtain the monthly rate 1 to Inohs 00c per inch 10 to 80 " 50c •« " :«)to50 •' 45o 41 44 «Oto 100 " 40c 44 " All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers tlve eente per line each insertion. Cards of thanks, resolutions of respect and all matter of a like naiture charged for same rate as local readers. Subscription Per Year ....$1.00 (Invariably in Advance.) Texas Industrial News. A good roads movement has been inaugurated at Rrenham. that promises to bring excellent results. A meeting has been •called for the early part of next -treek and it is expected thnt 500 citizens of Washington county will be present. Petition® are 'being, circulated for a bond elec- tion in that county...

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