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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 26 June 1914

I Dreamland "AIRDOME" EveyNight! PROGRAM FRIDAY NIGHT The Green Eyed Devil w d'W Two Keel feature S Mutual Weekly Q Educational THE COOL CLEAN C0.M?0RTAI1LE PICTURE THEATRE Reliance Mutual WMutuaIV J Movies PROGRAM SATURDAY NIGHT The Scientist Doll The Crucible .... Glory of Whiney Durkle Mi Thanhouser American Majestic A Dtl. T.I L Iff 5 TK.IAH THKSH .(.Ml HIKK TOT MKTU. TL. T-l L W Saved the Farm $J "One day last fall my wife and I itarted for a drive leaving the house deserted. A short while after we'd passed Jones' place Mrs. Jones saw smoke coming from our roof. "She ran to the tele- phoneGot Mrs. Reed who operates the switch- board located in her home. Mrs Reed called all the nearby people on the line (two long rings the emergency signal I and they put the fire out with little damage." . A Talaphoa as lbs fira cm. sect wtfb lbs Ball Sy.tea if a prottclloH aad alffiiara' ia all iracia. iWiratern TeL & Tel Ci The AhWfnfi iKMnocrai uiw half of ltd front pnxe lo frxll't countr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 26 June 1914

4 nnnnnnnnzHi You Need a Tonic There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you you know what tonic take Cardui the woman's tonic. Cardul Is com- - ini!j 01 purely veRciaoie ingredients wnicn act j! gently yet surely on the weakened womanly organs and helps build them back to strength and health. II nas oenemed thousands and thousands ot weak ailing women in its past halt century of wonderful success and it will do the same for you. loucan t make a mistake in taking The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson R. F. D. No. 4 Alma Ark. says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth for women. Before I began to take Cardui I was so weak and nervous and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor eppetite. Now 1 feel as well and as strong as I ever did and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. K1 Has Helped 0 0 Lumber and Builders' Material 0 0 0 0 AnytliinK you nocd in fjuinhnr S.is...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 26 June 1914

T t t P H 0 II I D I Safety First Bm been the ipfc vitb us a 'ways in fill- PreCTirtion. Vt cooperate with yimr doctor ib th cr?)y! rforinaDC of our duty vb?n we fill ytiur Prencriptiotn. The fault it iDvarikb-y natiafuction. linutt n your PntecriptiuM to be filled- Aud M o Hupv'iJ joor drug VaUit. J. J. Parker of Itovrot and J. L Wright of Rule tm her Thursday on business J oho Ruauidlng an automobile man vat tbe guest Thursday of Our E Paxton Mr and Mrs J(t Fmltb of Font are visiting Mr. and Mrt. W. B Btanfield Safeguard the baby chick by feed- ing Pratt 'a Baby Chick Pood. Guar- anteed by Qraynm iTug Company. W. B. Hardin and wife returned several dart ego from a tea days vhv It to their children at Fluvanna. Mr Hardin says crops nroond Fluvanna arc fine. I Frlu K Bmltb and family are vle- Itlna- at Lof kuey. We'll Send it Out OWL DRUG STORE If yon want your dollar to do Rt beat abend It witb tbt Cub Gro- cery Company. FOR BALE (Hi TKAOE 8Jf acre of patented land (' miles wm! of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 3 July 1914

Twenty-Eighth Year. Snyder Brarry County Tex Fl(1yJulf 3 I!I4. N anther Three A h:w - - MOD STREET WORK. MONEY WELL SPENT Vine ton at Street (trading: and Many Needed CuUwtn Hare Keen Installed. J. W. Green J. T. Kamsey anil City Marshal O. P. Wolf have neen doing lota of good work on the streets. They have dene a fine job of ratlins: and many needed culverts have been built where none havo ev- r been before. L. 1). Grantham has hern bnny on that line. This work hna put the streets np to where they will remain good for a long time. The money used for this work la well spent and the people will commend the action of the City Council In having the work done. J tint now the (trades are like plowod pround and rather rough for travel hut we hope for rain soon to settle them down. IIh. If ....... 1 mt U..HUI Tiro. Howard came In this week 1 . . . from Anson where he participated In the ordination and Installation of Rev B. I). Crouch late from the Lane Theological Seminary at Cincinnati!....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 3 July 1914

WMutualTv A'g Movie Y A MUTUAL GIRL will be on PROGRAM FRIDAY: "The Bella of Austi Mutual Weekly. SATURDAY: The Stronger HanJ Mutual Weekly MONDAY: The Psueda Prodigal Reliance Mrs. Pankhuratu Proxy Thanhauser Educating His Dauifhtor Thanhauser TUESDAY: The Call of Traumeri la 8 bin reel.' 2 Keels Wednesday Night From Now On! I 2 Keek V THE FIRST INSTALLMENT OF I "THE ADVENTURES OF KATHLYN" That Famous Selig Serial in 29 Reels was shown Thursday night and if you missed it you have missed a treat. Begin from now on and see every installment of three reels and don't miss the connection of this magnificent story. The Adventures of Kath- lyn is winning public favor everywhere. DREAMLAND AIRDOME kOHKHJN MIMMIKIIH AND AMKHK AN MWH John Heed wh wrlteo up itorlM of mine trouble In Colorado mm many of th mln An are foreigner who can't apak Kiigllsh and who re- gard law where they runt from as divine. That la a new view of It. Heretofore we hare been told that most of the foreigner In mine an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 3 July 1914

S3fS3e910Q00ttftttfttt WHY ANTI-PIU)HIIIItW DEM- (MRATS FAVOR HA 11 0 9 en 9 0 Saved Girl's life "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have re- ceived from the use of Thedford's Black-Draueht" writes Mrs. Sylvanla Woods of Clifton Mills Ky. "It certainly has no equal for la grippe bad colds liver and stomach troubles. I flrmlj' believe Black-Draught saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles they went In on her. but one Eood dose of Thedford's V'fsck-DrauEht made them break out and she has had no f mnrA tfnuhll I chntl nuf hm ufithm.t t THEDFORD'S LACK-DRAUGHT In my home." For constipation Indigestion headache dizzi ness malaria chills and fever biliousness and all similar I aliments Thedford's Black-Draught has proved Itself a sate reliable gentle and valuable remedy. If you suffer from any of these complaints fry Black- Draught It Is a medicine of known merit Seventy-five years of splendid success proves its value. Good for young and old. For sale everywhere. Pri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 3 July 1914

4. ft-' $1.50 PER SACK SEYMOURS BEST FLOUR Makes Bread Like Mother " Used t6 Make Mrs. N. B. Moore who has been a satisfied user of Seymour's Best for several months sent us a loaf of i 1. . j iv i ii Til iir i i i j: i a a i si Dread (unsoircuea; maae irom mis iamous riour. re nave me luai on uispiay ai our siore ana invite me ladies to come by and see it. ' GOOD FLOUR IS ALWAYS IN DEMAND This is the kind of flour "Seymour's Best" is and we honestly believe if you try it once you will be a regular Seymour customer. Farmers Union Store E A. McMath Manager Telephone No. 28 Zt &n$tv Signal HARDT PICKLE A HARDY. ' Entered la tha poetofflce at Sny- der Texas u second elaaa mill matter. FOR MVE OF Jt' STICK. NOTICE TO PUBLIC. Any erroneoua rs flection upon U haraeter ataadlaf or repoutloi of anr peraoa firm or corporation which mar ippar to to eolumna or Tha Signal will bo gladly eorraeted If called to tha attention of too editor. Obltuariea tad aotlcea of chart labia or church enter...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 3 July 1914

El rVlls Club: Mrs. Roland Irvlnx was hostess for tho El Felli Cluh Friday June ! at th home of her mother Mra. A. 0. 8'arboronnh. Several Interentlnit names of forty two were played. hm Paxton of Abilene and Mla Rmlth of Missouri were the out-of-I town Kiieau. The hoateia aerved a delicious two course uncheon. Nest meeting will he with Mrs. torn Ricll at the Round-Up t'lub Rooms. Mr. and Mra. H. 0. Towle visited In Colorado one day this week. Mrs. Maud Marshal has returned home from a visit at Fort Worth. Altrurian Cluh: Teh Altrurian Cluh met with Mrs. Howell at the home of her alster Mrs. Mitchell Wednesday July 1st. It was Rlble day and a very Inter- esting program was heard. Mrs. Ksell (tave us the "Death of Moses." The Round Table Talk was on Fa- mour Rlble Paintings. Mrs. Whltmore Rave a splendid pa- per on the flook of Ruth. Following; the program Mrs. C. R. Huchanan conducted an Instructive Parliamentary Drill. The hostess aerved delicious cream and cake. Next meeting will ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 3 July 1914

Eat at the Palm Cafe Hot Fish Mohda Pure Mexican Chili Brown & Looney Props. to KM'VANKA. J. M. Hunter mule a trip to Abl lene Saturday where be purchased a new auto and li now practicing biro elf at the wheel. The crop working of the Method- 1st ehvta hut weak wm grind aureus. A large crowd big little old and young or our town gathered at an early hour with their hoea and the good work begun. The older la- dlei had made the noeessary prepar- ation for the dinner. A shade was made with wagon heeta to serve the dinner under and ror tho benefit of the little children whose mother were taking apart In the day work. At about aeven p. m. the good wo- men announced that the ten gallona of cream waa ear fly and the tired Inborera were toon pnrtaklnK or the repaat. Total number or acre chop- ped that day waa twenty. It was there announced thHt on next Tues- day they would try It over. Kvery tne seemed to enji y themselves and are looking forward to the next time. Other denomination! are...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 3 July 1914

f The Sanitary BARBER SHOP U M l U L il hJliva a Lock hart King Props. 0 HOT AND COLD BATHS IN CONNECTION m North Side Square Next door to Rogers A CMteven's A f$ftOtlflO(9r0 ! SHERIFF'S HALE Notice Is hereby given that by vlr- in. of certain order of sale Is- sued by the Clerk of tho District Court of Scurry county on the 8th! day of April 1914. in a certain I block No. .1. H. O. N. K.v to. snr-1 tan" wherein M. F. Cornelius Is vey. in Scuriy county. Texas and plaintiff and J. R. Cloyse and Fritz 1 more particularly described ns Tol- R. Smith are defendants ln which 'lows lowlt: I cause a Judgment was rendered on I lleKlnnln at a stake in ihe eust the 18th day of March 1914 In favor I line of section LVt block .1. II. 0. ; J We are Out IF YOU GIVE US A TRIAL Vff hv jaat rwolrcd i .hipnicnt of Cannwl OihmIh. Order 1 cn today and you will he our customer. J. W. Templeton SNYDER Ladies' Low Quarter Shoes A special counter for a few days on ladies' Low Quarter Shoes. Come early before ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 3 July 1914

i.XMllAl.5Wt!t.-I.. Serviceable Accommodating Druggists I'Vw clt-llverr decree In Draft wa et8b!lnhp In Snyder the Owl Dick Store. Remember it vrnn our tiaiinff Instituted Free Delivery cr- lf In Drum tlrHt yon lire tiKlay irermltuo to call up your druKirint m T"ur rnmr- n1 ISVB "" K'K"1" "ent op ' Thin w our idea of jam up (food f vice to the customer. We are nlvrnyn mindful of tli tost. Interests of ll.ccnxtomer. Keep in mind tlie servicenfilt. ecfcoimodKtli dnr house and favor us with your drurf business. OWL DRUG STORE J LuCAL c New dealgnn In Wall Paper at Warren Hrit hrt. Tm Aaaeaoor Jo MerrlM la awny on bulneaa to Fort Worth nnd Mana- pid. New delrn !n Will Paper it Warren Hrithf m. Little Weetbrnok hat recently tak- en two of hi houaca arid ronaolldai- H them Intn one good well arranged and well built nrw home. New dealgnt In Wall Puper ai Warren Rroihera. Mra J. F Wecden anil Mian Kula Avenger of Drown wood have been gtieata or Mr. .Mm Hrldgeman and family and they left Wed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 10 July 1914

Ell tfltti Snyder Scarry County Tmim Friday July 10 I1M4. Number Four Turnty-Kiithth Year. SWEETWATER PRESBYTERY MEET IN SCURRY COUNTY . T. F. THE CUNNINGHAM-HUNT DEBATE WEDNESDAY E I MKMIIKItNIIIP OF FIIWT CIIIUK- tian cm "iini kvioy imhi MAY Hl'MMV Itev. T. .1. PurvlN iif ICiiHHelvllle Ark- niiHjut Accept I'ltNluriite In Thla ( Ity. Hrv. T. J. 1'nrvin of Hiiawlvllle. Ar- ki:nn.i preached fop l lie Klrnl Chrla- ttnln church ln.it Sunday mid Sunday nijeht. He rnnio lo Snyder uix-n Invl- tntlton of Hid church and the Con- grcKitltonwiui pleaned with htm. Hp. In n nilniHtor of npl ndlil nd- ilnM logical lofjut nt nnd forceful and a man of apirltiml anrl Intcllec- tunl form. The congregation wan no favorably Itnprcnrcd with liltn that ne'otiuilonn with In-ftun to oiikiikp litm nit perma- nent pant or of t'.e church. On Tuodny the nffirera of tlii' church cloned a en n tract with him to accept the pantorate for two yearn to hojtln on September Int. This chimb haa Iwrn without a p:a- tor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 10 July 1914

PltIKlW HHOItT f'OCKKK OI'KW TO AM FABMKRH Will Me HeM ml Cotb-ge Htatlon on July VI to art. Many Will Attend. To H Demonstration Agents I de-tre'to rail your attention In the Farmers' Short fours which will he hold at Dim A. M College at College Rtntlon July 20 to 23 and each of you will be authorised to at tend. I want to Impress on rh of you the advantage to ha obtained by attending and bringing with you othtn to the great chool of Inatrup- Hon. It oreurred to me (hit thousandi of farmerf and their families would ' Ilka to attend thli meeting snd would I am nire If they could real- ize how much benefit It would be to them and the ornall cost a cim nared with the advantage to be gained. The railroad have offered a rate round trip price of lr. per mile each way. The rout of living and room at College In only II 26 per day. College Incidental fee only 1 2 60. Ho you run nee the rout ihould not exceed ten or twelve doilin Think of It a abort college course for m email a iiim. To each...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 10 July 1914

1 Opens J. H. SEAR & CO Closes Saturday July 25 I' C!nf nitrlnir July 11 BIG CLEARING SALE! As this is our annual cleaning up time we are going to do as we have always done turn all of our spring and summer goods loose at some price and we think best to turn them loose at the time of the year when the people are wanting this class of goods and just at the season when the hot weather is right on us and makes the demand for just this class of merchandise that we are slaughtering. This is not an event of making money it is just simply turning merchandise into money. Merchandise is what the people need and the money is what we nee.l to pay our bills and we realize that the quickest way to turn the goods into money is to make the prices that will attract the people and induce them to buy. This we propose to do and it means a great saving to each and every one who avails themselves of this great opportunity. Dress Goods Staple Department We bought the largest stock of Dress Goods this...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 10 July 1914

Zt &ntj&r r Signal HA ROT PHWMC HARDY. "The ftOTirK Tl PUBLIC. EntrJ to the poatofftce at Bny- Jer Teiaa ea eecond elase mail mil- iar. Any errooeoua reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which mar appar in the columns of The Blgnal will be gladly corrected If called tor the attention of tbe edi- tor. Obltuarlea and noticoa of chari- table or churrb entertalnmenu wbere admleslon li charged will be eharged for at the ra.e of te per line. Hnj-W Term. July 10 Hill. 1 m IIKV. II. W. IMIKSOX ANNOUNI'KMKNTft Bullleet to tha action if tna Daino erntle Party la July. ror llrprnmutlfn (land. Iteiir Maulln DtoUIrt) T. r. BAKER of Scurry Co. A. 1. HAOINS of Kent Co. for Durlrlii Attorney (Hftth Ilia trlcl) JAB. P. RTINBON o John Co W I. AWNOTON gton.wall County. For IH.trlrt Clerk WAl.TF.H fl AIIAMS'IN HOB 8TIIAYII0RN For County Jurl. C. R. BUCHANAN ror "hernr W A. MKRRILL ION (1IIAIIAM Pot County Clerk: W. T. RKINNER For Tai Aaaawaor JO...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 10 July 1914

HUNTE Mid-Summer Money Raising ALE Starts Saturday Morning July 11th at 9:00 o'clock a. m. THIS SALE is going to be one of the greatest money saving events of the season. As it is our custom to clean up all Summer goods each season starting in the next with all new and seasonable goods. We have an over stock of Summer goods in almost every line. We must sell them we need the Money that is tied up in them. A certain amount of money must be raised to meet our obligations and in order to clean up on all summer goods and make room for our fall stock and raise this certain amount of money we have inaugurated this sale of all sales starting Saturday morning july 11th at 9 o'clock continuing 3 weeks. Don't confound this sale with other so called Sales that you have attended for it will be so far ahead of anything you have seen this season in the way of a cut price sale that you will never regret having attended it. Everything in the store goes in this sale nothing reserved. Don't listtn to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 10 July 1914

9 A Special Monday Night A special Two Reel Keystone one you should not mis3. Keystones are always good. The best comedy pro- duced in motion pictures. Bring the children out and see this title "THE ADVENTURES OF SHORTY" 2 Reels 5c and 10c A special every night next week only 5c and 10c. The Place that shows absolutely the best w O Friday night The Adventures of Shinty In 2 purls. 2(100 feet The CuiiiitiK of Hip Padres Or HI I M NT.tTKMKST Of THK KI.4.SCHI COSIMTION I IK THK FIRST STATE BANK 8 TRUST nt Snyder Bute of Texas at the cose (if business un llm 3oth day of June. IHH puhllaheil In I he Btiyder Signal a newspaper printed and pub- lished at Snyder Slats of Trial tin Hit tilth day of July 1914. rteaourreai Loans and lllarnuiite pcraonal or collat- ral loana real estate . . . Overdrafts Heal relate banking house) Other real ealate .... Furniture A Fixtures lue fn.m Ap proved Re- ferve Ag- ent. net 118 369. 2 flue from oth- er llanki and Hankrra aubjert to 111 1114 3( 7 (110 00 ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 10 July 1914

SOUTHERN HISTORY " i tlAT TA BP lTDT AN IDEAL COUNTRY SCHOOL IN TEXAS Pasadena Harria County School i a Model for Texas Conv AMONG Ol'R EXCHANGES V 1 Tha Sanitary J BARBER SHOP J Lorkhart A King Props. Q) HOT AND COI.n BATHS q IN CONNECTION f North Side Square Nmt m door to RnarrnArfiteveni 7 tt J M. E. Homer H. M. Byd J I ROSSER & BOYD J Lawyers 4 i Z OlhVe In Bute Bans; Building $ J Snyder Texa. 1 -: I We Point mm mi Hi t 1 ' . 1.- . Something to Remember If yoa are not satisfied we wnnl to make it riuht. Wo aro alwaya lad to know it anythinn i wronK. Toll aa. J. W Templeton SNYDER BeltsBelts! new lot of Initial and Monogram Belts Come In and see them x Ladies' Low Quarter Shoes A special counter for a few days on ladles' Low Quarter Shoes. Come early before these bargains are picked over. Mail Orders We make a specialty of mail orders. If you haven't time to come to town write your orders plainly and send them in. We will take special pains to fill them to your satisfaction. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 10 July 1914

9Sa9 . 9 o 9 TELEPHONE Our Job Department is equipped to serve your needs prompt- ly efficiently and to your satisfaction. Figure with us on your PRINTING. Book Work and Brief Printing We carry in stock J "STAR LINEN" j Expressly for manifolding and similar purposes where extra strength is required of thin paper. Second sheets linen paper high-class bond pa- per several sizes cards invitations etc 2 The People's Paper The Snyder Signal Twenty-eighth Year u &ttH&rr Signal hardy ncKi.K a RAiinr. tinyi jrr" Ta J ul) 1 0 I II 1 4. n r r&A T d KIIIK MtKVKNTIOM Br N. lnU.h Hint Mn Manlial. 1 THE THRIFTY HOUSEWIFE home Canning lesson no. i ' Hj the Ilonw Krnnom.ee Department of the t'nivprnity 0 Texan Auatln "BELL" Connection 9 Brightens Farm Life A telephone on a line connected to the Bell Sys- tem adds much pleasure to lite on the fatm. Over the Long Dis- tance Bell Telephone lines you may visit with Iriends or relatives near or far without leaving home I live you a Telephone...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 10 July 1914

" f-v- 0 V a.- Transfer. . AH trannfer from ono irhool dls- trlat to another tnuat bo made not : later than August 1. Part I m dealr- ' - inn to transfer should see the county ; JudRe at once. Children transferred to Snyder will he entitled to all the time their money will pay for the time counted from the date child en- tered school. Tuition will be rollert- i 4 a fa mr me uaiance m me time nitenti- Aj Jitf th rate of $1.50 per month ihr primary depart ment fz.ou r yiinnth In the Intermediate do-irtjiit-nt and $2. SO per month In the fHgh School department. Respectfully E. A. WATSON. Superintendent Snyder Srhoole A Word from W. T. Thomiwon The offices of Justice of the Pence and CommlslRoner are entirely ep- arate but the law does permit one man to hold both offices. Lowe and Brown are the only persona who have held the offices together In this precinct In the pnst twelve yenrs. The names of those running for the two offices will appear In separate placet on the ballot. So you can ...

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