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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 17 November 1887

raB,Bi,'W?"; -'"' -' -" Igiffi.:?? ei". ! j THOMAS COUNTY OAT. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. COLBY, KANSAS BEFORE DEATH. JIow much would I care for It, could I know That when I am under the grass or snow The raveled garment of life's brief day Folded and quietly laid away. The spirit let loose from mortal bars, And somewhere away among the stars "What praise was lavished upon me, when. Whatever might be its stint or store, It neither could help or harm me more. If, 'midst of my toil, they had but thought To stretch a Anger, I would have caught Gladly such aid, to bear me through Some bitter duty I had to do; And when it w as done, had I but heard One breath of applause, one cheering word One cry of "Courage!" amid the strife. So weighted for me with death or life How would it have nen ed my soul to strain Through the whirl of the coming surge again! "What use for the rope, if it be not flung Till the swimmer's grasp to the rock has clung? "What help in a comrade's bugle blast "When the pe...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 17 November 1887

S22iStt -r.aggS KnuMfKtowxSi ' , '':J ' - "V " V& THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. OFFICIAL COUNTY AST) CITr PAPER. Thomas Co. Cat Publishing Co. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. Wallace is now a cit of class. the third It has been lately decided iu Wis consin that "women can vote not only in school Irat also in municipal mat ters. Secretary Lamar has written a let ter to Commissioner Sparks, inform ing that gentleman that certain of his decisions are manifestly incorrect, and not in-accordance with Lamar's views, nor with the practice -of the depart ment for years, and that he(Sparks) has gone so far oufcof the record in the,)erforinauce of his duties that either Commissioner Sparks must re tire, or else he(Ltr:nar) would. It is supposed that Lamar will be appoint ed one of the Supreme Court Justices and that Sparks will be retired. Mr. Muldrow or Mr. Stockslagei will pro- -bably be advanced to Lamar's position as secretary. The fate of the seven anarchists was decided last week. On Thursday Ling...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 17 November 1887

jmhummmmmi Tl "" " " VZ-& -TPfc- K hs' i? p - t-, THOMAS COUNTY OAT. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. COLBY. KANSAS. OLD SAWS IN RHYME. When angiy count ten before ever yon speak; Jhe tug of war comes when the Greek meets Greek. There's many a true word oft spoken in jest; Ql aU kinds of policy honesty's best. in at ene ear and out at the other: Invention necessity has for its mother. 'Tis a very poor rule that won't work In two ways; "Don't kill off the goose that the golden egg lays. Penny wise and pound foolish; llrst come is first served: By another a good turn is always deserved. Who triesto please all finds he pleases not one; Who knows his own father must be a wise son. Your best foot put forward; two wrongs make no right; "Who fights and away runs again lives to fight. .As old as the hills and as sharp as a knife: Jl tongue that is loose stirreth up endless strife. "Willful waste woeful want makes; waste not and want not; The kettle is called very black by the pot. The tongue cut...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 17 November 1887

Xl'JL (JIN OEA-Wl. X MMnbotottndanywhKjoudng eitherf .. . , ,! m.,rKres on land on as iavoru; i- r t n loan on chattel security anu .w no."" vw urs truly, 3ry at p I' cigar at Post e cigar at the w Y at Standard es to OberHn 31' y at the Stan i Flour at tfe ler GrenadeslSF' i that vou can varc is at the i ve the verybegt erton at Colbg ,t p.iiristo are r thn State. At I i:.i nil cnstlV liouse in north; ilARTIN & BRO. !..- nnnntV Cat Supplement. THURSDAY, NOV. 17, 1887. Mrs. Mary Bagley leaves this week for Cincinnati. J. W. Gillispie eame in from Colorado on Tuesday. Wm. Hntchinson lias assumed charge of the Colin' House The new school building is beginning A small blaze in the icar of M. Pone lan's grocer' startled our eit'eiis on Tuesday afternoon. It w orompth put out. Those water barrel. caur m good play. Martin Bros. & Co. have sold lot 1 in block 1G to Judge L. K. Piatt for $18lH) The lot belonged to Peter Uhlrick. Esq , formcily of Decatur, 111,, but now of Omaha. FOP...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 17 November 1887

J,... .) .-5-'WJPP E" "'rsst'g'.ggssfecga. ...ym.r.! .Lm..1 5J -sm;"" muainniBWJSg' - C& LOMBARD CO. 1 4 CAPITAL STOCK, $1,250,000. F. C. Finnerty, Agent, J X"- v V INVESTMENT ' Offers the best terms ever given on Farm Loans in Thomas county. Privilege of paying off the loan before it is due, also their privileges in the payment of interest not given bv other companies. I can make you a farm loan so that your intejest will cost you only six per cent for 5 years : the remaining 5 per cent to be paid at the end of the loan. For the use of this 4 per cent I will charge jou 6 per cent per annum. In this way your interest is very light during the first few 3-ears while '0U are breaking out and getting your land into a good state of cultivation s ) th it it will briajj yo 1 ia 1 xl iaeasna. LOANS ON SECOND MORTGAGES ON LAND. (, i TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS to loan on chattel security and second before 3'ou make the loan. Yours truly, THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. JOSEPH A. GILL. Editor. OAKLET k C...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 17 November 1887

- --- i iiiiiii)iiiiirniiriiiir' r -'nrn"- lftriiMMei w." ' i- ?f"5 Vfe x-i I FOE OUB YOUNaEEADEBS. TWO SIDES TO A QUESTION Oh, mamma!" cried the little boy, 'I saw a horrid toad! .And had a mind to kill it As it hopped along the road. "It had a lot ot ujjly warts All up and down its back. And to such little specks of eyes. Thai ko!:ed so bright and black. "Such horrid u;ly things as that I'm sure ought not to live." Hut mamma said: "You should not taka The life you can not give. "And toads, although they may not bo So pleasant to the view. Are harmless little creatures, And very useful, too. "They catch the bugs and insects That in our garden lurk. And earn our k:nd protection In payment for their woiic" 'Oh, mamma, crie.1 a youthful toad, "I've had a dreadful scare! I saw a great big horrid thing Ueside the tree out there. "It had such dreadful great long legs. ' And such i big round head. With two great eyes, that stared at mo Until I turned and fled. 'I hopped so fast I tumbled ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 17 November 1887

e-"? ? 9" -"icrTr" -BaK3reawcftww. .xCSSSeSSZSCEss, gJMimarm. . . . 3g5Sg '"-sate-- .' ' r&&5S " - --1 . .&ap .. " - , Ir- l") " -- j 5, SJtstfgjsssisiiss&easSKSiisfc vw- -a ?1fS w cw POINTS ON ETIQUETTE. HIGHLY COMMENDABLE, Style of Formal and Card Affected by A FuUob la Mexican Cfcaxekes That JDgfct Fashionable Society. Well Be CoptesL Wedding invitations bear the formula On the occasion of onr visit to More so long ufed. but have far wider lia, Mex., the -wives of the Govern margins on the note sheet than anyment officials in the party, -were ex yet seen, and are consequently larger, pslled from the cathedral during ser requiring larger oblong envelops in- vice because they retained their hats, stead of the small square ones lately The only American lady in the com in favor. The engraving is in plain pany had doffed her towering head clear English script, without ornament- gear on the threshold, and she was al al initials or monogram. on pure white lowed to enter,...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 17 November 1887

smamssmmm t- - v ' -- - - n THOMAS COUNTY, KAS. TflE FUTlJRE TOWN OF NORTHWEST KANSAS, It is situated on a beautiful divide between the North Sappa and Beaver rivers, and is surrounded by the finest agricultural lands in the state. It is on the line of the Rock Island, and the Colby & Northwestern R. R. surveys. The latter company having completed its line to Colby, will extend northwest the coming season. There are still openings for a good hardware store, and alive newspaperman. Any information cheerfully furnished by applying to any of the following : M. S. Budlong, President ; J. c. Stowell, Vice President ; W. S. Ferguson, Secretary, Colby, Kansas. Colby Hardware Co Successors To Bean Bros. v- VKXr l kZ' We are prepared to people of the Northwest, in Hardware, 1 n - ware, Stoves, Iron, bteel, IN ails, Wagon ana Plow Material. We are here to stay and will meet all competition counties. Yours Very 1 ruly, C. E. CHANDLER, Proprietor. FRANK H. SMITH, Manager. D. H. HULL, Presid...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 24 November 1887

u" f COUNTy :.- - -YTfV' .""'rc -v- KK.". -1 V ...;?. '" Mr" - r. VOL. III. NO. 37. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1887. H.50 PER YEAR. NEW GOODS AT THE BRICK STORE ss -s? Thomas i . FOR THE HOLIDAYS. -? We have received Mfr. - Our SECOND FALL and WINTER STOCK of dry goods, notions, furnishing goods, boots, shoes, slippers, etc. We have secured some special drives and bargains in dress goods, Vinderwear and notions, and while they last we will give our customers low prices in these lines. Among the lot will be found some new and fancy styles in toboggans and hoods, silk hankerchiefs in large variety, lace and linen handkerchiefs, gents' fancy neck scarfs and mufflers, linen table cloths and napkins, towels, etc. GLOVES and MITTENS"Fr men women and children. In this line our stock is large and we make low prices. DRESS GOO IDS."" We have a number of new styles in 54-inch goods, which we will sell at very low figures, and will show a; nice line of trimmings to ma...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 24 November 1887

THOMAS COUNTY OAT. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. COLBY. - KANSAS. PROCRASTINATION. "To-morrow, to-morrow, not to-dajr,M This is what slothful people say, To-morrow to-day I will take my rest. To-morrow each lesson 1111 cheerfully learn, To-morrow, from every fault will turn, And try ia all things to do my best." But why to-morrow and not to-day? To-morrow's cars must have their sway. Duties its own each day will show. What is to be must surely be: Thou canst not fall this truth to see, But what may be one can not know. Who goM not forward must backward fall. Straight onward fly the moments all, Nor linger they. That thing alone Is mine which I in full possess. E'en so the hour with usefulness Wade rich, I call, in truth, mine own. The days with wasted moments fraught. Each in my life's book counts for naught, But empty pages, blank and wide; So may this day and every day. Ken, as the minutes slip away. Good deeds and true on every side. From the German, by V. L. Brine, in Church man. TRAI...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 24 November 1887

St r TiT'iimiam ii w ,"s reaatsfrBaliieaaaMi'elislili1 H. i HfflMilM 'I ' i" i'M'w I" 1 11 J h l f A " ill i "I r V'i ii" ' ra2?virthr.3ETO "-i-ifi-t ssasisWKiBAaaWKBS wit-??fr-?mmjz irmmmTf & I -j S V THOMAS COUNTY OAT. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor, COLBY. KANSAS CALLING THE COWS. Granny, rocking in ber chair. Knits so quietly; .Bosy little Jenny there The table spreads for tea. O'er the orchard, crimson cloudi Tint the apple-boughs; -'Jenny, dear," her granny says, "Time to call the cows. Tea can wait; 'tis growing late; Jenny, call the cows!" Jenny's shapely sunbrowned hand Shades her sunny eyes; Xong she gazes o'er the land Rich with sunset's dyes. -'Why so early, granny, dear!" Granny knits her brows .And her stocking, as she says: "Time to call the cows! 'Tea can wait; 'tis growing late: Jenny, call the cows!" Jenny sees, 'mid twilight's glow. Some one down the lane; Then she's in such haste to go That granny sighs again. "Bless the girl! her bonnet's here; She startles all the ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 24 November 1887

KWiiiiiiininrmrf ' - X - - ' . , .J. - V - - "VW-Jfc. " -W- " I"V -- - . --. , S -XT T' ..jrfir -' -, jft-T?.'!ie JEBB 'V, - fS THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. OFFICIAL COUNTY AND CIT1 PAPER. Thomas Co. Cat Publishing Co. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. General Sheridan, in his annual re port, recommends the opening up of portions of Oklahoma to settlement Level headed Sheridan. Wm. A. J. Sparks has resigned actually resigued. He tendered his resignation to the president on Nov. 15th- and the resignation was at once accepted. Now that Spaiks has resigned, Sec retary Lamar and Congress can rest eusj- neither the decisions of the one will be over-ruled, nor the acts of the ci ,..,. .ninii ny i.o( in contempt A Present I, I. T., dispatch says tliut. ten miles from there the richest gold mines imthe world have been discovered. The richest gold mines in the world can be found right at heme they ere industry and econo my. Harry Root's letters to the Atchison Champion during his late trip thro' this northw...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 24 November 1887

-JH2i 1 rThjtLcost of sending cattle varies with bricks beinjr pulverized when red hot antLsoakediiajailyhile vipers dried IKiCU .IS 3Vl.lUl, 5 at --liitannaaiui 4l Cat Supplement. THURSDAY, NOV. 24, 1887. Real estate sold to eastern parties by R. L. Riddle. S. R. Gibson. Esq., from Armstrong Co., Penn.; lias been in our midst for the past few days. He lias become interest ed in Colby property. Hon. (i. V. Goodsoc left on Tuesday for Abilene, wberc be will eat Thanks giving turkey. From tbcre be will go on to St. Joe, being absent about ten da3s. R. L. Riddle is in correspondence with a large mnnVer of eastern men ' who are buying western Kansas land. Place your lands in his hands for' sale, J Tbe most severe cob! will soon vield to Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, "it does not suppress a cold, but loosens and re lieves it. No one affected with a throat or lvng trouble can use it without bene fit. Price ."SO cents per bottle. Sold by C. II. Martin & Km. J Our flour depart ment is as ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 24 November 1887

- ----. ihm.h a uaflMt O. I " 1 ?- fe. X f h? - ? I IMITATION MAHOGANY. "ffow Clioap XstiTft Wood Are Trans formed Into Foreign Goods. Two small but -elegant center-tables stood in the show-window of a fur niture store a, fow days ago and at--tracled tlie 'attention of"" passers" by (heir graceful design and soft, -rieh .finish. Onu .appeared 'to be of dark nahogany, the other of antique En glish oak. , "Imported stock?" was casually asked. "Not at all." responded the dealer; "made right here at home.-' "Why, I didn't know any foreign woods were brought to this city in un manufactured form?" "True enough; for what you are ad miring as foreign goods are made .from trees which grow plentifully in every Indiana forest That apparent ly stylish mahogany table is a first-clas- article of wild cherry, and the antique oak is, not from England, but probably from 'some white oak on the fwyiks of White river. Such a clew to interesting develop ments could not be disregarded, and before many ho...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 24 November 1887

vTyr;-- - -V.- rs? ri; r - ; - J& l M. NISKERN, TJRNITURE HOT WKBEkwaRIR- THE LARGEST AND Finest Stock of Furniture in Northwest Kansas. Celebrated Wove Wire Bed Spring Mattres sesSpiral Supports. A full line of Center Tables, Bureaus, Bed Room Suits, Chairs, Rockers, Tablrs, What Nots, &c, &c. Carpets. Oil Cloth. Matting and Smyrna Rugs in latest and best patterns. UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY. A full line of Undertaking Goods kept at all times in stock. Try a" Bottle of My We handle the NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE. Sewing machine needles and other supplies in stock. Goods not in stock will be ordered on short notice. C B. DAKIN, Real Estate I Loan Ag't. Money on call for farm loans and chattels. Everyone is going to him for a loan. Why is it? Because he represents the best loan and mortgage company in the West Straight loans no commission. He has the largest list of timber claims, homestead, deeded and school lands in Thomas, Sherman and Logan counties of anyone in town. Also, ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 24 November 1887

,TVfr m '?S23rg5S TFr' Trrjr-T .wrffWii vTyr-nTi.Ti.nl-,.,,.. ,.T-'7y-- .,,' ' - 3 ;-i,;r& u5 Sr-5 sf5-!. A J. -i-ryi i 'fJ'-ti:!l.w fS W vl . .VAgSS : LOMBARD INVESTMENT CO. CAPITAL STOCK, $1,250,000. F- C. Fixixxerty, Agent, 1 --'41 Offers the best terms ever given on Farm Loans in Thomas count. Privilege of paying off the loan before it is due, also their privileges in the payment of interest not given by other companies. I can make you a farm loan so that j'our interest will cost you only six per cent for 5 years : the remaining 5 per cent to be paid at the end of the loan. For the use of this 4 per cent I will charge you 6 per cent per annum. In this way your interest is very light during the first few years while you are breaking out and getting your land into a good state of cultivation so that it will bring you in a good income. LOANS ON SECOND MORTGAGES ON LAND. A l. - R- ft TEX THOUSAND DOLLARS to loan on chattel security and second before jou make the loan. Yours trub...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 24 November 1887

t w&&xTrZ?? VTf4v- TS 3 ' IJW't'J . '.! H Y, V I SOB SUNDAY BEADING. WEARY WATCHING. "The thing was true but the time appointed was lone." Daniel 10: 1. The time is long," dear Lord, and wearj are my feet Toiling o'er desert sands afar from home Z faint sometimes beneath the scorching noon tide heat, I yearn so often for long rest to come. I see beyond me. past the sand's white billows. The green oasis with its cool, clear stream I struggle feebly on, and when I reach its border I And O God ! 'twas but a mocking dream. The time is long," O Lord; I sowed with bitter scping Such precious seed and watered it with tears; T came, and came a;jaln, hoping for glorious reaping; In vain the watch; how drag the weary years. "The lime is long," O Lord; I saw a stately ship Go bravely forth upon the treach'rous sea; On deck stood one O, pitying God ! Thou know cst. And Thou alone, bow much that pilgrim was tome. Z watched and waited long, but never since, no, never. Has white-sailed shi...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 24 November 1887

iyF, a;WEs1m??SawaaBg!gaiis 35TCW ripxy&fpl. "J'lArfl- . V Hasm w?" -' -.-1 - ftfJV. i. T Ji t fr ?i- i $&-&$&&' HOME, FARM AND GARDEN. Matches should always lie kept in a stone or earthen jar, or in tin. Onions may be prepared without the usual accompaniment of tears by peeling them with the hamla under water. Never, never, never punish or in- flict pain on a child because you are angry at what it has done, tfnless you really desire to assault Our Father Who art in Heaven. Pomeroy's Ad 'vance Thought. Fine manure for crops is more val uable than coarse. Hens can break up manure better perhaps than any of the machines invented for the purpose. Scatter some wheat over the pile and turn them on. SL Louis Republican. How to prevent stone from decay ing: The decay of stone, either in buildings or monuments, may be ar rested by heating and treating with paraffine mixed with a little creosote. A common "paint burner" may be used to heat the stone. Cement floors are not...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 24 November 1887

. w y'F.-; & V J ir -' ' v - - s -. i w f ", , ' S. Of.-VL" ush THOMAS COUNTY, KAS. THE FUTURE TOWN OF NORTHWEST KANSAS. It is situated on a beautiful divide between the North Sappa and Beaver rivers, and is surrounded by the finest agricultural lands in" the state. It is on the line of the Rock Island, and the Colby & Northwestern R. R.'surveys. The latter company having completed its line to Colby, will extend northwest the coming season. There are still openings for a good hardware store, and a live newspaper man. Any information cheerfully furnished by applying to any of the following : M. S. Budlong, President ; J. c. Stowell, Vice President ; W. S. Ferguson, Secretary, Colby, Kansas. Colby Hardware Co Successors To Bean Bros. iZrf?' We are prepared to meet the wants of tl people of the Northwest, in Hardware, Til ware, Stoves, Iron, Steel, Nails, Wagon and Plow Material. We are here to stay and will meet all competition in this and adjoining counties. Yours Very Truly,...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 1 December 1887

r9- Tf'i-j'-3r'-,'"?5K.'r ' COUNTy Cat. Thomas - 3 o 11 VOL. III. NO. ?8. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER i, 1887. $1.50 PER YEAR. '51 -"SEF3- " vT- ipjflfcfifll GOODS AT THE BRICK STORE . FOR THE HOLIDAYS. NEW w iv -J-Jb jb & ' We have received iJb Our SECOND FAIL and WINTER STOCK ofdry goods, notions, furnishing goods, boots, shoes, slippers, etc. We have secured some special drives and bargains in dress o-oods, underwear and notions, and while thet last we will give our customers low prices in these lines. Among the lot will be found some neir and fancy styles in toboggans and hoods, silk hankerchiefs in large variety, lace and linen handkerchiefs, gents' fancy neck scarfs and mufflers, linen table cloths andlnapkins, towels, etc. t GLOVES and MITTENS'-01" mn, women and children. In this line our stock is large and we make low prices. DRESS GOODSiWe have a number of new styles in 54-inch goods, which we will sell at very low figures, and will show a nice line...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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