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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 13 April 1906

! m m m m m m m SI m V m 1 f ter M aft le dir. J Kri -I - hi ctnrr SUPPLEMENT TO THE Morgan County Democrat. Seventh Year. VERSAILLES, MO., FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1906. No. 15. 78-Ioot vein o! Morgan County Coal Included In the bier deal this week. Missouri Pacillc Time Card. SOUTHBOUND. No, 637, Arrives at 10:30 a tn No. 630 ' at 1 :20 p m NORTHBOUND. No. O36 leaves Versailles 10:50 am arrives at Tipton 1 1 :50 a w " St. Louis.... 4:50 pin " Kansas City. 7:15 ptn No. 638, leaves Versailles 1:45 pm arrives at Tipton .- 2:55 p ni " Kansas City. 9:50 p m " St. Louis.. .,10:50 p m 1. W. LIVINQSTON, Dealer in Liquors, Wines, Cigars. ANHEUSER-BUSCH BEEK, VERSAILLES. MO. A St. Joseph philosopher says that, . . . It . !.. .. . j 1' one auvaiuage 01 orinj; iiiucjn.-Mui.-iiL is that you get cigars from hoth sides. Dut the greatest advantage is that you don't have to smoke them. E. A. Williams, the South Side gro cervinnn, handles u choice line of gro ceries and canned goods. J. W. Martin of Mober...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 13 April 1906

SlOtoSlg. Step I County Cannel Coal Co,' has bLnll Kurali Oc. Oemooratlo Central Committee. In pursuance of a call of the State Democratic .Central Committee, I now call the Democratic Central Committee of Morgan County, Mo., to meet (n Versailles, on Wednesday, the 18th day of April, 1006, at 1:30 p. 'm., for the purpose of fixing dates and manner of selecting delegates to attend the State Convention to be held in Jefferson City June 5th, and delegates to the Judicial Convention to be held at Excelsior Springs on May 22nd, 1906. Each committee man is requested to consult his con stituents as to manner an time of put ting, our county ticket before the peo ple of Morgan County. A full at tendance is requested. IJy order of Chairman pemocratic Central Committee. T. CI. Snokckass, Chairman. C W. Cavanaucii, Sec'y. Now is the time to buy a Spring Suit. We have a splendid line and can please, you in style and price. CARL W. BIERvSACH, On the Corner. Among the last opinions handed down in...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 20 April 1906

Morgan County Democrat CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, April 20, 1906. Seventh Year. No. 16. 100 PRESENTS Free of (tore ! Will give away to our customers and patrons 1st One Automobile for Boy or Girl. 2nd One fine Blao& Silk Dress Pattern. 3rd u " Blue " 4th 44 44 Gray 44 5th One folding Baby G-o-Cart. 6th bne Waist Pattern (selected by customer.) 7th One Ladies' Watch. 8th One covered Dish and Platter, 9th One set China Cups and Saucers. 10th One set of Plates. 50 to 60 50 Medalion Piotures, 10 in., will be given from 11 to 60. 61 to 70 Ten Pie Plates. 71 to 80 Ten Cream Pitchers. 81 to 84 Three Pickle Dishes. 85 to 89 Four Match Stands. 90 to 91 Two Mustard Stands. 92 to 93 Two sets Egg Cups (6 to set.) 94 to 97 Four China Pickle Dishes.i 98 to 99 Two Bread Plates. 100 One 10-inch covered Dish. Every Purchaser Will be entitled to a coupon for every dollar's worth purchased from now until June 30. Any p...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 20 April 1906

I NEWS FROM MISSOURI, : WntniM' Cooper (o llniiK. Wnllfire Cooper, tho negro who shot iU'i IMMUU tlin'liii.l "xuiiv.il Msaassu Taylor, was uunU'ticcd to be liittiRed l)' u Jury In the criminal court at KiiiiBUH City. 'I'lii! killing occurred November 2ti last. Cooper was drunk find became Involved In a quarrel with the employes of a barn, Including Taylor. Ho was whipped with a Btrap nnd left the barn, icturnlng with a revolver, hIiooHiik Taylor and another employe. Cooper was out of the peni tentiary only a short time before Jio committed the murder, having been wont up for robbery. Ilrolie .lull "'Hi n Knife. Ralph Ornott, William JJurhIc and Fred Krlond, who wore arrested on tato warrants rharglng grand larceny ;ind who are lielleved to be members of an organized band of thieves, broke from the city Jn II at .loplin. They were being held In I ho temporary Jail which had been hastily prepared as .'i holdover ponding the erection of the new city Jail, and made their e:i rua by usin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 20 April 1906

FOUL BLOT UPON MISSOURI SHIELD THREE NEGROES HANDED AND BURNED AT SPRINGFIELD. THE MOB SPIRIT RAMPANT All Tlirc of tlie Victim Wrre Ac cum-il uf I'oiil 'rlini-, llul lu tvlllit-r (.'imp Ilml tin- (.'liui-icea lleeu Proven. Springfield, Mo Aprlt If,. At 2:11 o'clock Sunday morning Wlllliim Allen a young negro, was taken from tin (ounty Jail hero and lynched In tho pub 11c bquaro by tha same mob that, twi hours earlier, had hanged lIoracoDiin can and James Copeland. Tho body o: Allen later was burned, as had bcei those of the other negroes, beneath th spot where they had been lynched. Mull Thlmlfil t'ur Mure. Following the dispatch of Duncan an Copeland, -o:no ono suggested that Al len and Huh Cain, two other negroei known to be In tho Jail, Fhould also b lynched. Tho mob, now bloodthlrstj and wrought up to tho highest pitch 01 excitement, readily took up the cry, and i-oon thecharred bones of a third vie tlm lay hcniath tho statue of tho God dess of Liberty. Cain escaped. Tin- .llt-w...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 20 April 1906

POPPER'S EMPORIUM! The Height of the Season and Fashion. Embroidered Waists. Hardly necessary to inform you that they are the most up-to-date. We have a full line of Embroidered Waists in patterns. Prices from $1.25 to $5.00. POftPERS Fpr Embriiiered Waists Shoe Department. Our Shoe Department repre sents the best makes of Shoes on the market. Our Ladies' Shoes and Oxfords are the most stylish out, and our children's shoes and slippers are second to none. Our men's work and dress shoes have no competition. Popper's for Shoes. Our Notion Department. See our line of Wash Belts, Wash Bags, Silk Gloves in reg ular, elbow and arm lengths. See our line of ladies', misses', children's and men's Hosiery. Popper for Notions. DRESS GOOQS. Not a stone has been left un turned without seeing what there was below it. Every corner of the market in the entire cast has been searched in order to have the best and most up-to-date for our trade. Popper's for Dress Goods, WHITE GOODS. The height of the ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 20 April 1906

t The Store on the Corner 19 THE PLAGE TO BUY YOUR SPRING SUPPLIES Dry Goods. Clothing, Shoes, Skirts, Waists, Laces and Embroideries, Lace Curtains and Window SHades, Trunks, 3 uit Cases, Gents Shirts and Furnishings, Hats, Groceries, Etc. All up-to-date and low in prices. A cordial invitation is extended to every body. COME GET OUR PRICES. Yours For Business, Carl W. Biersach, ON THE CORNER. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, VERSAILLES, MO. When an institution earn show a healthy growth covering many years, it is safe to conclude that the service rendered to its patrons is agreeable and satisfactory. THK FIRST NATIONAL BANK respectfully directs attention to the following statement) which reveals a substantial increase in its busi ness. "Statement of condition April 10th, 1906: RESOURCES. Loans, Discounts and Bonds $130,803.84 120,000.00 Premium on U. S. Bonds... Banking House and Fixtures Overdraft i Redemption Fund .... Due from U. S. Treasurer CASH AXD SIGHT EXCHANGE 1,000.00 6,250.00 2....

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 20 April 1906

The Democrat. iir 11. r. tm.i.man. VERSAILLES, i MISSOURI Telephones nro being much used tl large coal mines. In sonie cast! wheie tho galleries ponetrato far from the shaft or mouth of the mine th telephone systems nro qulto elabor ote aivl cxtonalvn. Tlio ricnnans spend on drink In a year about $700,000,0000, which if threo times the cost of tho army and navy combined, or seven times the cost of primary education to tho conn try, and almost equals tho national debt. Tho British government stands to Jose Its naval reserve unless It changes icrent regulations, which require 2S j consecutive days' service at sea on a j battleship each year. As most of the . men aro encased In liners and other I sea-going vessels, this gives them the choice of leaving the reserve or losing their ships. Hon. Froderlik Ilolbrook, of Ver mont, who recently passed his 9?d birthday, Is the only one of the fa ji.otis "war governors" now surviving lie stood with Govs. Curtln, of Pcnn pylvania, and Andrew, of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 20 April 1906

FOR NERVOUS PEOPLE A Michigan Mother Preserved to Hei Family by Dr. William' Pink Rills. When the Wood Is impoverished tht nerves starve and neuralgia or something inoro serious swiftly follows. Norvout people aro goncrnlly palo people. Bj supplying through tho blood thoso vital elements that tho nerves need, Dr. Wil liams' Pink Fills for Palo People hnva performed those'rcmarkablu cures thai make it impossible for any nervous suf ferer to neglect them. A recent enso is that of Mrs. Petct Morrissette, of No. 815 Eloveuth street, Alpena, Mich., who writes as follows t "My trouble started with childbirth. Af tor one of my children was born I had a kind of paralysta. I was vory weak and my mouth was a llttlo crooked. I was always tired and was so ncrvom that I could not bear to hear a dog bark or a bell ring oven the little bird in its cago would annoy mo. My heart flnt. tercd a great deal nnd I had dizzy spells. I was not nblo to bo loft alouo. 'My doctor gavo mo different kinds oi mr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 20 April 1906

ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Some winter goods on hands ytt for men and boy at a bargain. Famous. lion. U. G. Robinson of St. Louis assistant State Superintendent of the Anti-Saloon iAague, will deliver a lecture at the M. E. Church in this city Sunday at 11 a. m., and at night .another will be held at court house. He is an eloquent speaker anil the public is cordially incited to come out and hear him. Mrs. W. J. Flick of Bethlehem, Pa., accompanied by Misses Bryant Howard and Mary Bealc arrived here Monday morning to "be present at the funeral of Capt. Jos. I. Stearne whose sudden death occurred Friday. The former is a daughter, and the latter two grand-daughters of the deceased who had been attending college in the east. Little Miss Rachel Kurtz wontthe Medal at the W. C. T. U. Medal Contest held til the Christian Church on Thursday niaht of last week, over i!ve larger contestants. Miss Rachel's talent in declamation is indeed a credit to her. Trw re cital given by Miss Banttam At the Baptis...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 20 April 1906

SUPPLEMENT TO THE Morgan County Democrat. Seventh Year. VERSAILLES, MO., FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1906. No. 10. The Imported German Coach Stallion. Doris, 2043. y v , Owned by G. E.. Pettyat the We it Viuw Stock Rum, Versailles, Mo. Missouri Paeilte Tine Card. SOUTH BOUND. No, 67, Arrive at , , 10:30 a m No. 630 at 1:20 pm ' NORTHBOUND. No. 636 leaves Versailles 10:50 am arrives at Tipton II :50 a m " St. Louis.... 4:50pm " Kansas City. 5:15 p m No. 638, leaves Versailles 1:45 p m arrive at liptoa 2:55 pm ',' Kansas City. 9:50 pm " St. Louis.... 10:50 ptn J. W. LIVINGSTON, , Dealer In Liquors, fines, Cigars. ANHEUSER-BUSCH BEER, VERSAILLES, MO. Imported German Coach Stallion DORIS 2043 DORIS is a 0-year old Stallion, brown in color, 16 hands high, and weighs 1550 pounds. Is the best coach horse in this part of the" country. He has as much style and action as any trotter in Missouri ami the greatest mover anyone ever saw. Any man that is interested in good horses must not fail to see this h...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 20 April 1906

.-:...inn.ioundlll JKKMSKHMSS. Colonel Kd Smith of the News of Chula shows an unnatural curiosity in things that do not concern him. He writes : 'Twill soon be springtime Gantle Anna, Gentle Mary, Gentle Sue, Gentle Agnes, Gentle Gladys, Gentle every one of you. Now tell me, Gentle'Girlies, Now tell me good and true, Will you wear the gentle shirt wnist, With the gentle peek-a-hoo? Now is the time to buy a Spring Suit. We have a splendid line and can please you in style and price. CARL W. BIERSACH, On the Corner. In order to settle, once.lor all, the controversy as tp who wrote "What's the Matter with Kansas?" William Allen White the Emporia Gazette man makes this confession: "Article was really written by Alexander Dowic as a musical comedy for Clrovcr Cleveland and Lydia E. Pink ham, who were thinking of going on the stage. After the theatrical trust refused to stage the piece owing to its elaborate scent'1 requirement, the Gazette took it, revised it from a musical comedy to a ge...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 27 April 1906

County Democrat. Morgan CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. SEVENTH YEAR. Versailles, Mo., Friday looming, April 27, 1906. No. 17. (tinmi m H. K. ENLOE, RESIDENT DENTIST. m m g Olllc Phon, Resldtnc 'Phone 39: m LOCAL NEWS. All wool Sweaters at the ''Famous" Tor $1.00. " Private money to loan by Chas Kavanaugh. If you want a Sewing Machine go to the Famous. April showers have been few and far between so far this month. The "Bloomer Girls" base will ball be here on of Kansas Citv )May 8. Some winter goods on hands yet for men and boys at a bargain. Famous. Abe Wenger living northeast of this -itv shipped six head of fancy cattle to Newton, Kansas, Tuesday. M. Joachimi was in St. I-ouis the first of the week looking up novelties tor his big Newton street stores J. K. Morcland left last Sunday for Huffalo, Wyoming, after a visit with relatives here since November last We pay the highest market price for country produce. CARL W. BIERSACU. 0i the Corn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 27 April 1906

NEWS FROM MISSOURI. "PE-RU-NA WORKED SIMPLY MARVELOUS." Suffered Severely With Headaches Unable to Work. Miss Tilicv V MeCilvney, 4!"2 3rd Ave., lirooklyn, X. V , writes: 'Far many months I suffered se vcrcly from headaches and pains l:i the side and bnclc, sometimes being unable to attend to my dally work. lam better, now, thanks to Peru no, and am as active as ever and have no more headaches, "The way I'crunn worked In my case was simply marvelous." We have in our fllos many grateful letters from women who have MillVred A itli the symptom;) numi'tl above. I.iiek of space prevents our giving more than .jue testimonial here. It is impossible to even approximate The grcntnmoiintof Mifforing whiuli IV runa has relieved, or the number ol women who have been restored to health and strength by Its faithful use. CURES SICK-HEADACHE Tablets and powders advertised as cures for sick-headacho nro gen erally harmful and they donot euro but only deaden the pain by patting the nerves to sleep fo...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 27 April 1906

FRISCO CHURCHES ARE HEAVY LOSERS EARTHQUAKE AMD FIRE PLAY ED BAD HAVOO. EIGHTY-NINE DESTROYED Their KimmiTUtliiii Inillriitpa How Severely tin- llmldenee Hint riots of the City flunVreil tu tlic Calamity. San Francisco. April 24. The housei of worship of San Francisco were cspo clally hard hit by the earthquake and conllasratlon. Among those destroyed werebome of the most notable in San Francisco, and their number will, In a measure, Indicate how f-.everely the residence districts wero vlsltod: Baptist Chinese Daptlst church and Mission, First Daptlst, First Free Bap tist, First SwedUh Baptist, Third Baptist. Christian First Christian church, j Congregational California Chinese Mission of the American Missionary society, First Congregational, Fourth j Congregational, Swedish mission, Third j Congregational. Episcopal Cathedral mission of the J Good Samaritan; Church ofi St. John the Evangelist, Church of the Advent, race, St. Lukes, St. Peters. Evangelical Emanuel church of the Evan...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 27 April 1906

POPPER'S EMPORIUM! The Height of the Season and Fashion. Embroidered Waists. Hardly necessary to inform you that they are the most up-to-date. We have a full line of Embroidered Waists in patterns. Prices from $1.25 to $5.00. POPPER'S For Embridered Waists Shoe Department. Our Shoe Department repre sents the best makes of Shoes on the market. Our Ladies' Shoes and Oxfords, are the most stylish out, and our children's shoes and slippers are second to none. Our men's work and dress shoes have no competition. Popper's for Shoes. Our Notion Department. See our line of Wash Belts, Wash Bags, Silk Gloves in reg ular, elbow and arm lengths. See our line of ladies', misses', children's and men's Hosiery. Popper's for Notions. DRESS GOODS. Not a stone has been left un turned without seeing what there was below it. Every corner of the market in the entire east has been searched in order to have the best and most ujj-to-date for our trade. Popper's for Dress Goods. WHITE GOODS. The height of t...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 27 April 1906

(STANDARDIZED) For All Live Stock CASY AND 8AFC TO USE. WyAM9&J.I9!:FLEAS' MITES. CURES MANGE. SCAB. RINGWORM, , SCRATCHES. ETC. DESTROYS DISEASE GERMS AND DRIVES AWAY FLIES. NON-IRRITATING. EFFECTIVE. INEXPENSIVE. TM K IDEAL. Dll II A A THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE Of the Auoelatlon of Seventh Day Adventliti will be Held In Venalllei. EDUCATIONAL NOTES. By State Supt. V. T. Cirriiigton, There is one requirement of law that school boards ought to enforce now, just as the schools close. The teacher is not entitled to the last month's salary until every report is properly made. The tern report consists of more than enrollment, attendance and tardiness. It must, un 'der the law, include a detailed statement t whef fnMl Mlilrt ttlf1iffl Nntv far tin progressed and how well he did his work. This is the season for school com. tuencemcuts. First catne the closing of the rural school after six, seven or eight months' term, then the rural final ex aminations and graduations by county, hi many c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 27 April 1906

The Democrat. Ily II. I'. Tl I.I.MAN. tVEnSAILLES, MISSOURI In Mexico tbcro Is a Ja:i which con lists of !tn onk tico witli a cliala aud tlnplo attachment. Stntlstlcs allow that criminals aro nearly always weal; physically as well as mentally. The English school of wato.'-colof painters Is rccngnlod as tho leaders Df tho world.' Ono hundred ami fifty of the CIO members of the new hotiso of com mons are total abstainers. Edinburgh has adopted u scheme for collecting for charity through a central olflco on the lines of tho Liver pool system. IliiHsin Imported last year 3,100,901 long tons of coal, ami 574,1-17 tons of colic, both showing n substantial In crease as cnmpaivd with 1903. Thoio has just been opened In Hamburg the flrct of the schools to bo established In (lorman cities for tho Improvement of domestic ser vants. Fifteen thousand eight hundred ami forty-seven police constables are re fill I red to protect London, and for this protection the citizens pay 1,300,000 a year. In ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 27 April 1906

READ AND YOU WILL LEARN That the leading; medical writers tnd teachers of ull tho several schools of practice endorso and recommend, Hi the strongest terras posslblo, each and every ingredient entering Into tho comiosltlon of Dr. Pterco's Golden Medical -Discovery lor the cure of weak stomach, dyspepsia, catarrh of stomach, "liver complaint, torpid liver, or biliousness, chronic bowel directions, and all catarrhal diseases of Whatever region, namo or nature. It la Slso a specific remedy for sit such chronic r long standing case of catarrhal affec tlons and their resultants, as bronchial, ithroat and lung diseases (except consump tion) accompanied with severe coughs. It 'Is not so good for acute oolds and coughs, .but for lingering, or chronic cases It Is especially efficacious In producing per fect enres. It contains Black Cherry bark, tiolden Seal root, liloodroot, Stone root. 1 IMandrake root and Queen's root all of jwhlch are highly praised as remedies for all tho above mentioned...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 27 April 1906

The Fair Always Headquarters for Gent's Furnishing' Goods. Come in and see the new Collegian Suits for men. $12 to Single and Double Breasted $2Q CoprnrtltV i Clothing Canpvi ihmMt We are also Agents for the best Tailor ing Houses in the country, and we guar antee a perfect fit or no sale. R. (EL W. Pants $3 and $3.50 CVtitrf c Monarch and Fountain, $1.00. tMllTlSy Cuffs and Collars attached or detached. Crossett Shoes JB'&oo Neckties, all varieties, 25cts arid 50cts Hose for Ladies and Misses, in black and white, lace and plain, price per pair, 15, 25, 35 and 50c. Come in and Inspect, J. A. PETTY & CO. D. L. WILLIAMS, THE DENTIST. Office in corner rooms on fccoiuI floor over First National Hank, Versailles, Mo. Prompt service and first-clas" work to all patrons. I'hone 37. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. A good line of overcoats for men at the Famous. The good roads arguments are laid on the shelf just now while the people nre wiping the dust out of their eyes. U. G. Robinson, the temper...

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