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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 13 December 1895

siT!*^. .« v\ 1 »?4i' -f® ,»a- KNUTE SIZED UP. The tW: N. Y, Bun Tcilt 3* t? fgain ... ....... The people of St. Paul have f4, taken great interest this year in a r- f..- &''fc *bout tb* N«w Senator Washington, Dec. 9—A Wash­ ington dispatch to the N«w Tork Sun today says: "Knute Nelson, senator from Minnesota, in taking the seat of Mr. Washburn, is the first Scandinavian to enter the senate. He and several others, in eluding Jorgeson, of Virginia, who led the way, have sat in the house, but no Norseman has before bad A seat in the upper house. Nelson, in person would be taken for a canny New Englander. He is of medium height, .well-knit and act Ifive, With his upper lip shaven, ^his mbuth has a fair field to show I%lts habitual smile. A chin adorned /.fwith a Joshua Whitcomb beard '^completes a prepossessing face. fThe new senator's voice is strong, J/ rich and resonant, and conquers »e in his public utterances. As *he came to America when only 6 ears cild, and was educated in ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 13 December 1895

TB a ®6 £f rife®?, Chas. Johnson, who sustained sever* injuries to his arm in the paper mill some time ago, is said to foe improving as rapidly as possible •considering the natureof his injuries. The arm is badly burned, and Dr. Hoberts who has charge of the case, •has decided to graft new skin on the :arm, which will assist in-healing the 'wound. The cuticle used will be taken from one of the lower limbs of the |injured man. Skin-grafting, as the operation is called, is generally considered a difficult one, but Hr. 4 H&: /v ." '^*x •. v.7"^•,W^• M/QQ/S*£/$£fc&9&9 &/9^8/&9fc&9&9&GW8&9&/w,S/w,twS/99w9'wi9/w9,/w &/&& SANTA GLAUS HEADQUARTERS. The oldest and best place in the city to get your XMAS GOODS. *•Toys for the Children, Presents for the Older Ones, Useful Things for All. An elegant line of stamped linens. Full line of Filo, Rope and Embroidery Silks. Beautiful new styles in Children's Ties. All styles of Linen and Silk Handke...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 20 December 1895

,5'%7y v»r $f* %Vr Recitation Recitation Dialogue... Song... vi-i i»nk «Vv 4 jgf *1 IJ. VOL 20 .pt r?.V THE- fl ffyv ». %r thousands Lincoln Items. 4 Miss Jessie Raymond closes a suc­ cessful term of school here Friday, Dec. 20^and will have an entertain­ ment on Saturday night, Dec. -21. .She expects some young folks from Little Falls to H«* Recitation Dialogue Lee Randitli.s ............Who Made the Speech" Gertrude Donaldson. Drill—By four little girls find fojir little boys. Recitation .. We are going to have a Christinas tree for the benefit of the little folks on the night of Dec. 24. Will have a series of meetings com­ mencing Dec. 25, conducted .by Messrs. Randall and Brown. If snow comes will have pleasant faces and lots of work after Xinas. —Crow Wing county has .not got that piece of Cass and the state of­ ficers will investigate further before making a decision. 1 .Sv I' r VA fc. M, 1 lUaL^iS^w what her country ufchOol/can do. Following is the program of the entertainmen...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 20 December 1895

Farmer r. BjVittO J5j 4 They laughed an' said that blcomin' fake." rThey ::a TV^.,.. ,.* V&lCwrl8^ jg^j We went to Pegfbwn Visiting. my Rood eM tfifean' me, An' thoiv/ht. that we wpuld^bathe tjrurselves in Ghris'tnas joyan'glee For Siuraiv Ann, a buxom dame, an'daughter, "too, of mine, Reaideatbere with her,.older half a*' «hildren/eight or nine 5 An' so we gathered gifts enough to make 'em all-content An' tookthe train ad' iiaoted there the very day we went :j An' when I told 'em fairy tales they wouldn't /be-. lieve a word An'said the Sin'bad sailor .things eonM never have occurred An' all the pleasant little lies that used tocheer«ny youth They set upon without delay as destitute of truth. An' when of Christmas mysteries in solemn tones I The children w*rmly *greetefl us ai^ crowded round jnychair, S Wit^fphra-perchin'on my knees an' youtag unf, etill ^spare An* asked about my spectacles, an' how I' growed .nay Wig. An', if my papa bought mjr teeth before I got so big, '?f An...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 20 December 1895

-JiiSLitSKi it? V»J, MPANY. _,.. [Cojgrrlght, 18M, by James L. Ford.] Three weeks before the holidays, and ihe outlook for, a merry Christmas wap a gloomy one. at least so far as the members of the stock company of the ^Jollity theater 'were concerned. Salary day bad come and gone, and as yet'tho ghost had shown no disposition to walk, -and it was because of the nonappearance of that most, welcome specter of stage land that the rumor had started and was rapidly gaining ground th^t Messrs. Hustle and Hardup, proprietors and'm an agers of the Jollity theater, were "in a hole again. The piece which occupied the boards ibad proved a flat failure, and receipts at the box office had fallen in conse­ quence to a plane never before reached in the history of the house. Moreover, no new- play had as yet been put in re­ hearsal, and an .atmosphere of unmis takable gloom and apprehension per vaded the region behind the footlights and weighed heavily on the spirits of every one there, fronv Pear...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 20 December 1895

rrriE FALLS BY THE TRANSCRIPT PUB. CO. RMWBSP BVB8Y FHIUVY- SUBSCRIPTION! oti^ #e«rmn't't .*lx "•A* mouths TVKBTI8INO KATK8 U)W /rrK~r\TASl.^^^^^ The completed MISW genatOk- BiVis i* loblclag afte. tlife AUskail Mtindary matter. and \vanta know whether England is tempting to grab a slice tf that possession: 'Curiam returns niakis the population of Minnesota 1,574,819. The report will bo is­ sued about Jan. 15, next. Striking street car men and their sympathizers are still making things lively in staid Philadelphia. The mayor and governor arc ready to call out the troops at an in­ stant's warning. Salisbury, England's prime minister, seems to have the back* ingof his people in the expressions used in his letter to the United States government., The leading English papers especially' com nded his refusal to recognize the Monroe doctrine as interpreted by Olney ,and Cleveland. Salisbury refused to arbitrate, for the reason that he believed there was nothing that England could be fairly...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 20 December 1895

4 i£f I JOB PRINTING THB TRANSlJUPT JOB OFFlC IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW I MATERIAL TRODGHOUT. HEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID, Rend J. B. Gibbons'advertisement. A Hun WHA *tion born to Mr. and Mrs. illouier Hllhorn on the (tth iisst. 4i... Elizabeth Compton, of Motley, has been allowed an increase in pension. The city stliools will close to­ day for a two weeks' holiday 3fV y^eatlon, S..0. Owiwley iijtfi been employed as chief couk for Bailey's lumber -camp on Pintle I'iVef. \,J Twin City business men &»'* com plaining that the warm weather is damaging to business. A. Van Prang is again in the auc- business. and is now selling I some goods at Perham. Photograph albums at half price. H. B. TUTTLK & SON. ptto Neeman and Miss Christina Maritey were united in marriage by \y Justice Gaudet Tuesday. S a a a to'Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Green, of Seventh street, southeast. ^.Christmas trees and evergreens for Xmas decorations are being hauled into the city in w.igon loads. liH Kerick & Moeglein ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 20 December 1895

DIED THURSDAY. ,B. O. William* Passed *way jit an Early Hour Thia Morning. "Edwin OrtCAr WiliinmH, ajc»»d 52 yearn, died of heart disease at the hoine of hlH brother, W. Mw William*, just went of the city about 4 o'clock yewterday mnrnlnjs. The had bwn in poor health f»r wvtriil months, and hl« heart trouble hud dated from an at­ tack of the grip last .venr In New York. He came to Mlnncflota during ine past huminer with the hope tlwit the change wouhl li^'lp linn, Iwt he fonnd no permanent imi»rovMin»it. He had lately been planning to to the hca ami ha'i arrinir^e nients made to leavo on Friday last. l»nt his comlitioiTtlii'ii was such that he could not leave. He had firm faith that he tfould recover, and up to the eveniuK of his death» was cer tein that he would soon bo stronjr enouith to tra vel. He was conscious «r to a few minute* before the end, ond passed away without suffering. The time'»f the funeral can'not yet lie announced, but it will probably he held Saturday afternoon,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 20 December 1895

W :$if .Mr, 11B tfrw W llif I$r m. Several Warlike Measures Make Their Appearance In thd Upper House. 'j».~. *fv3£-V.' S Chandler Asks for. $100,000,- 000 to increase the tlortal Armameht. Na- »k House Favors the Boundary ,, Commission and Votes an Appropriation. WASHINGTON, Dec." 19.—T^e "sfenaf© shared the general sentiment of bellig­ erent^ prevalent,, and, from Of the sesgion,. the. meapur6s ^TdposfSd breathed spirit, of patriotism and of' preparation for any emergency that might arise concerning Venezuela. TJie first bill introduced was that of Chandler of New Hampshire, pro yiding for an appropriation of $100,000 000 for a heavy increase in the national armament. This was quickly followed by a proposition authorising the secre­ tary of war to purchase a late device of heavy battery and for a report on the feasibility of equipping for service the old. ship Constitution. Mr. Hill of New York added to the suggestions of de­ fense by asking immediate considera­ tion of a bill maki...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 20 December 1895

':p)k1 PBRSONXLS. rail a in WAD at Swanvllle TIIOH- F. E^Cawley went to Minneapolis Thursday. Ai Tanner went to Minneapolis on fehttaidny. C"t. Mclfalr was in Minneapolis Wednes lay. H. Thoraon left Wednesday niorn 4ug for Morrlit. Draw Musser went to St. Paul Wednesday uioruing. Miss Bertha Rhodes has returned frujn Minneapolis. Dan'i Campbell.' of Cnldrum, waaln the city Saturday. A. G. Lawrence, of Motley, .was In the city Saturday. P. H. Berg. «f Kiel) Prairie, was in the city Friday.. C. A. Weyerhaeuser went to St. Paul Tuesday afternoon. Hon. «J. B. Buck man returned lioine Thursday from St. Paul. I^win A. Larsen. state boiler in­ spector, was iu the city Wednesday. Mrs. J. W. Williams weiit to Oconomowoc. Wis.. Friday on a yisit. Mrn. J. ,R. Steele went to Ft. Kip ley Friday lor a visit with relatives. Mrs. Leila Brown lelt for Duluth Saturday ou a holiday Visit. Nick Lambert, of St. Cloud, was registered at Hotel liuckiiiun VV ednes* day. Attorney E. P. Adums went to Bruiuer...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 20 December 1895

& fe'V* &iX$i£ ective Page VOL 20. life |afegg k-:'^• I*? CHRISTMAS IN CAMP. WON. AMOS J. CUMMINGS RELATES AN AMUSING EXPERIENCE. Haw He Added Pot of Soap, little Sugar, Some Molaaaei and Canteen of Teut to the Christmaa Mm—On Short Rations. I JK My recollections of Christmas experi­ ences In the army are mostly connected with the matter of grub, and I suppose ev­ ery other old soldier, if he is frank enough, will admit the same thing. As a rule we always looked for boxes from home on £t£| -Christmas day, and those boxes were toler '^ably certain to have something in them that made a delightful clmngo from the ordinary rations. When wo got those boxes, we celebrated Christinas. When we didn't, we didn't celebrate. Christmas Was pretty muoh tho same as any other day under those circumstances. The particular Christmas that stands up above all others in my memory was that of 1862. We had gone into camp after Fred ,v- «ricksburg, at a place called White Oak ^church, about six mi...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 20 December 1895

BIPHTHERIi Swift lot Fatal is its letiu Valen Pr«^«riy Treated. Nine out of ten cases can be saved with proper care. This is a disease caused by microbes they grow and increase in the terrible lesions of the throat from there they are taken up by the blood, in this way they contaminate the entire system, and the patient dies thoroughly poisoned. Use Kickapoo Indian Sagwa for this trouble. It purifies the blood it acts direct on the- stomach, liver and kidneys it c::pc!s z\\ poisonous sccretions by the natural channels of the body, and enables the great vital organs to perform their natural functions it carries the patient over the critical point of the disease convalescence and health attend its use. Purely vegetable efficient always harmful never. All drug­ gists sell it. $i.oo a bottle 6 bottles for $5.00. Meeting of the National Com­ mittee Called by Chair­ man Havriiy. Place and Time of Next Con­ vention to Be Selected on Jan. 16. Believed That a Date Not Later Than July 15 Will...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 20 December 1895

1 r- DIFFERENCE. There Some Difference in the Way Men Treat Creditor*. One of the weekly papers, the Dem­ ocrat, professes to find reat incon Histeney in the Transcript, because this paper didn't choose to no into the details of the proposed HHHIKII- mput of Bracke, the tailor, and view his course the same as it did that of Mr. Greenyard and his associates. Bracke was unable to meet a bill of $200 the first of the week, and the creditor was apparently determined to force payment. The bill could not be paid, and Mr. Bracke owed a small amount besides possibly $800 in all. His attorney. Mr. Lyon, told him that from appearances it would be best to star't assignment proceedings, as it would demon­ strate that collection could not be forced. If longer time could then be obtained to pay his debts in, Mr. Brackc desired to do his best to pay all who had trusted him, He is not owing a large amount, and no one will question but he intends to pay what he owes. There were no sur­ rounding circ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 20 December 1895

12 A PROMISING YEAR. The present plans indicate that 1896 will be one of the most active years the Northwest has ever ex­ perienced *in the development of large enterprises. Oue of the most remarkable movements, and one that will tend to add to th" confidence of the future growth of Little Falls, is the tendency to invest in water power improvements. TJje new dam in Minneapolis, short distance below the present ini provements, is well under way, and at a recent meeting of the Pillsbury flour mill corporation in London, which is backing the new improvements, the stockholders expressed desire to have the work pushed, and provided .imple funds. The Sauk Rapids djjm is soon to by re-built, and great paper and pulp mills erected on the site. .The scjieap, Brainerd water power is about to pass into tire hands of capitalists, the leader being C. N. Parker, a loading property owner of that city. Plaqs are also being made for the completion of a dam at Grand Rapids, and prominent Michigan me...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 20 December 1895

CITY Tax RATE. Xn Itemized Statement With Comparison* With 1693 and 1894. The city t«x rate, which lins just b»en computed b.v the county audi­ tor, shown that the rate on the as­ sessment for 184)5 will reach a total of 42 mills last year it was 3(5 milln, and in 181)3 it was 4(5.7 mills. The following table with items for three years, will show where th6 changes are: I893 1894 1865 Milis Mills Mills City revenue 14.4 6.3. 8.4 City poor 2.4 1.4 1 7 Building bonds 1.2 .9 1.' Sewer bonds .7 .ft .5 Refunding .0 .(1 .:t .8 Library .5 2 Total city Total city .:t .8 19.2 9.3 32.2 Local school 12.8 11 5 13.8 General school 1. 1. 1. School bonds 2.2 2.5 2.5 'total bchool .... 15.5 15 17 3 State revenue 7.2 2.2 1.8 State school 1.15 1.15 1.15 County revenue 5. 5. 5. Road and bridge 1.04 .94 .94 R. R. a lid funding 2.27 bonds 1.17 1.07 2.27 Court house bonds. 1.04 .94 .94 Town bonds 1... .4 .4 .4 Total State and Co 12. 11.7 12 5 Grand total 4C.7 36. 42. The reader can easily see where the ch...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 20 December 1895

14 KI New York's Governor a Candi­ date For the Republican Nomination. Is Not Seeking the Office but Would Gladly Accept It if Offered. Story of Alleged Combination to Defeat Harrison and McKinley. NEW YORK, Dec. 16.—The Morning Advertiser says: Levi P. Morton is an avowed candidate for the presidency. The Advertiser is able to make this an­ nouncement on what may be termed the best authority. During the present •week a distinguished party leader told an Advertiser reporter the governoi may conclude to take his friends into his confidence and declare to them just how he feels about 1890. A leader who saw the governor at Ellerslie on Friday last came back with a pretty firm conviction that Mr. Mor­ ton does not propose to toss away the LEVI P. MORTON. honor offered him at the last Saratoga convention, and that while he does not propose to personally exert himself he will be pleased to have the New York delegation stand as firmly for his nomi­ nation at St. Louis as did the famous 306...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 20 December 1895

STORIES OF HEROISM. Ready Nov. 80, 1804, Sohofield dealt Hood's invading army a stunning blow at Franklin. The Hero of Franklin. Two features of the battle placed it among the brilliant and bloody contests of the time—the fierce charge of Cle­ burne's Confederate division and the equally fierce counter charge of Op dycke's Union brigade. With a yellCle­ burne's men burst through the outer Union line and dashed over the half mile of space between it and the strong­ hold on Columbia pike. At the rear works the onset of the Confederates was so impetuous that the soldiers on the •works were literally run over, and in a few minutes, before the reserves in the third line comprehended the crisis, Cle­ burne's banners waved over them, his men occupied a breach the width of a full regi­ ment, and,intox­ icated with tri­ umph,were dash­ ing ahead down the pike to pounce upon the Union reserves— Opdycke's small brigade. Opdycke had no orders ex­ cept to rest his weary troops, but the moment th...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 20 December 1895

[Copyright, 1895, by American Press Associa­ tion. Onio more to marlc tlio Christmas morn Time's murmuring tides thtiir tumults cenat-, For on this dn.V !v Kliyr w.~n born. The prophet pointed Prince of Piaou. The waifs tire sin .:'mK the street, And distant hills urn' icy Their merry Ciiri-.t?!,:,.- ivx'iit And hear the i:l::u cC Chri.stma:) Pile up \k& Yule log's ancient flame Bring ir. tho feast of savory worth. Today the numo of every name Shall sweep the circuit of the earth. And hardens of the sou! shall flee Sinoe ho took up tho cross for ua, And all the sorrows thi:t can bo Shall tnrn to triumphs glorious. Now lovely maids whoso hearts beat high Shall stand beneath the mistletoe, While in tho purpled eastern sky Sweet symbols of this day shall glow. Lot everproen and holly make Their wreaths for every human door And good cheer, for the Master's sake, Como without stint to rich and poor. Ring, Christmas bolls, this joyous moral Let not your poals or music cease, For on th...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 20 December 1895

O •i*' I Copyright, 1895, by American Press Associa­ tion.] Once more to mark tho Christmas morn Time's mnrpauring tides their tumults ocaoc-, For on this day a King waa born, Tho prophet pointed Prince of Peace., Tho waifs are singing in tho street, And distant hills ami icy dells Their merry Christaiwea repeat And hear the cl?-n^' of Christmas bolls* Pile ap *ke Yale log's ancient flame Bring is the feast of savory worth. Tpday the name of every name Shall sweep the circuit of the earth. And burdens of the soul shall flee Binoe ho took up the cross for us, And all the sorrows that can be Shall turn to trinmphs glorious. & Hour lovely maids whose hearts beat high Shall stand beneath the mistletoe, While in the purpled eastern sky Sweet symbols of this day shall glow. Let evergreen and holly make Their wreaths for every human door And good cheer, for the Master's sake, Oome without stint to rich and poor. Bing, Christmas bells, this Joyous moral Let not your peals or musio cease...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 27 December 1895

I I ft1 ffSJss kv4 M#$en a fit- A. ^fective Page run l.j a ... ../• .•rijjk, ic^l^isr SwranvlHe Items. wMlec«niniu»ity was shocked €'(ptftiday i|ioriiint? to hear of the nud •?#?. '.d«ttth of Mrs. A. t\ McUae. She evening ubout •'•••^f^Ph&J^'jind dJ«l Sunday morning .'*-Qfflbooiitityelocfc. Mrs. McRae was ever faithful and loviiij? wife und mother, and had the respect of the w.hole community, who Join in «ym pathy with the bereaved family. She leaves a husbund and seven x:hii dren to mourn her loss. /|V Quite a numberfrom here attended ,'!'fthe ChristnmK tree ami entertain ment at Pillsbury on CftrlstmHS Eve. Those attending from here were Mr. and Mr». Geo. Mclvor, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Barber. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Stoll. Mrs. A. Zarns, Mr». Flood, Mrs.'Lena Stoll. Messrs. Fred and Albert Stoll, Charley Stith, Willie Sullivan: Misses Lena Sullivan, Belle Stith, Winnie Mclvor, Muy and Nellie Stoll. Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Locke were in town on Tuesday evening. -1' Mirt3 Emma Mlnning return...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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