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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 31 December 1903

toxica Missouri Message JCax BEAU, Publisher. "1KXICO MISSOURI 4 1 1 II The heiress of the future wxn w Ibowb, perhaps, as a rare and radium maiden. I There's a whole bunch of ua willing to be generous at the expense of somebody else. A bill haa bn introduced at Waah Ingtoa providing; fur clean money. No mora filthy lucre. If It la true that crinoline U going to be revived, It mart ba that (olf la soing out of fashion. At 40 one's wish to grow old grace fully la chiefly made up of an earn est desire not to grow fat. One means of checking the sprr ad of tbe divorce mania would be to put a Curb on the baaty marriage crate. Borne men display a total lack of Interest In a cat show wbo often bave at up all night feeding tbe kitty. At least Japan must be credited with a resolute effort to keep looking at tbe silver lining of Its war cloud. It waa not James Lane Allen, the -novelist, wbo struck the 11,760,000 111 well In Texas. Too good to be true. J. D. Rockefeller Jr., says that If you l...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 31 December 1903

i ) r fa?) 7 Miss Alice Bailey, of Atlanta, G& escaped the sur geon's knife, by using Lydia E. Piokham's Vegetable Compound. " Drab Mm I-ii-thham ! I wish to express my gratitude for the restored health and bapplnesa Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound baa brought into my life. " I bod suffered for three years with terrible pains attho time of menstrua tion, and did not know what the trouble nu until the doctor pronounced it In flammation of the ovaries, and proposed an operation. ' " I felt so weak and aiok that I felt nro that I could not survive the ordeal, nnd so I told him that I would not un dergo It. The following week I read an advertisement in the paper of your Vegetable Compound in such an emer gency, and bo I decided to try it. Great was my Joy to una that l actually im- rovea alter taiunff two Dottles, bo i. ent taltlnrr it for ton weeks, and at the end of that time I was cured. I hod gained eighteen pounds and was m excellent health, and am now. "You surely deser...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 31 December 1903

THE NEWS RESUME. AS THE WORLD S5.000.000 OFFICE BUILDING TO DC ERECTED IN NEW YORK UNITED STATES SAILORS AND TROOPS OF ' COLOMBIA COME PERILOUSLY NEAR A CLASH REVOLVES Being a Condensed Story of the News of the Week. 71 New Trinity Work on the New Trinity building . 'wll be begun about Mar 1. It will Kake the place of the old Trinity build ing. No. Ill Broadway, one of the land marks of this city. The proposed building will be owned by the One Hundred and Eleven Broadway Company, a subsidiary company of the United States Realty and Construction Company. It will GOOD THING TO REMEMBER. "Government Can't Appoint Guardian for 8uckers,n 8ays Judge. "The government can't go Into the lousiness of appointing guardians for .suckers," eald Judge Humphrey In the Federal Court at Chicago In sen tencing Frank D. Dlttlnger, former president of the Nicaragua Company, i to one year in the county Jail and to Ipay $1,000 fine for using the malls to defraud. , The judge's statement was made In explai...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 31 December 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, DEC. 81, 1903 iS HAPPENED AND HAPPENING, S Stove repairs on hnnd. lie Ferris. See Les- Bowling nlley license in Mexico tins been reduced from $73 to $25. The city Las bought 500 feet of new fire hose at a cost of 80 cents per foot. Q. LI. Randle, living west Worcester, paid the Message of a pleasant businesa call Tuesday. W. N. Armstrong and I. P. Dyer found us copies of the Mks- SAGE we advertised for lnt week. Miss Helen Cross, teaching mu sic and art at St. Charles, is spend ing the holidays at her home in this city. Frank Armistead is suing his wife, Ma'ttie E. Armistead, for di vorce. He charges desertion and infidelity. Track laying on the cut-off rail road, east of Mexico, was begun Inst Monday morning. The work is all done by machinery. Miss Bertie Simpson of Laddo nia is at a sanitarium in St. Louis, again in very ill health. It is fear ed that she will not recover. B. C. Johnson, who holds a po sition with the World's Fair man agement in St. Louis, is...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 31 December 1903

THE ESS AGE . THURSDAY, DEC. 31, 1003 Terms of Subscription: Ona ar tl.no Rii Month Ml Threo Month 25 FROM LONDON. Anent "From Prison to Par adlse." The following a written ly a lnly well romcnilxrc'cl In Moxlco, Mo. It will lnU'ivst all l-rold fronds here. HY MIXERNA CLYCI2 M'CfUtClI. . Much has been sniil about the almost impossibility of paving n jailbird: of the futility of Chris tinn effort for the legal outcasts of our land. I have no patience with such fear, for faith should be built npoii the Maker's insertion, "All things are possible with (.Sod." and "All thing? me possible to him that belicveth," mid in the liope that this may encourage some faithful worker to toil on, tho the conflict be hard mid dreary, 1 write this true story from fuels which were given nie by Mr.Leigh Ion, one of the worker in the Wes leyan Mission in the East. End of London. The place referred to us "Old Mahogany liar" was one of the most notorious saloons in Loudon, liaving n dance hall attachment o...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 January 1904

STATU mtJIlMUcAL 8jO Message; EXICO Missou VOLUME V. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, -JAN. 7, 1904. NUMBER 10 M RI if y HAPPENED and y SOME LOCAL ANO COUNTY M ' Sr.ling school is to have a libra ry. Nonh Wilhiirn. near Marti 1)8- burg, has been very sick. . Rush Hill buyers were paying 32 cents a bushel for corn last week. Edward O'Brieu.of uearThomp on. has returned to his school du ties at Quincy, 111. Robert Smith will farm the . tci: ti,:n Drawu piace, ueur uiwiuu, mio year. He pays.$410. Lee Barnes, north of this city, is feeding 40 head of yearling and two-year-old steers. C. F. Clark shipped 5 loads oj fat cattle to the market from Thompson on day last week. . ' A little child of Mr. and Mrs. John Beatty, ot Gant neighbor borhood, has been quite sick. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith have moved to here from St. Louis. Mr. Smith is a traveling man. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dyson of St. Louis looked in upon Mexico relatives and friends last week. Miss Delia Liter is at Hazen, A...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 January 1904

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. - i John lical, Editor and Proprietor. Entered t tlio Ponlofticfi at Mexico. Mo., bs sfcoiirt-eUs niKttor. THURSDAY. JAN. 7, 1004 All Mexico mourns the death of Hev. K. M. Dcnne. He whs n good mnn nnd the world is better for his having lived in it. The Hon. Joseph W. Folk will le in Mexico next Saturdny nnd will make n speech itl the Court House nt 1:30 in the nfternon. Don't miss the opportunity to hear him. Louisiana Press Jonrnnl: A Pike county hog goes ' Chicago nt four ami a half cents n pound, aud comes bark breakfast bacon a! twenty two cents per pound He is not the only hog in the transact ion. The Christ inns number of the "llardiu News Letter." a newsy booklet, has just been issued. It mukes its bow to patrons of Har din College, past, present and pros pective, and purposes to serve us a newscarrier ouee a quarter. That Chicago theater disaster has excited the sympathy of the world for the striken families con cerned. The tire should t...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 January 1904

JAPAN WARNS CHINA TO RESIST RUSSIA Action I Taken to Offset Kuscovits Pressure to Force Agreement. Pekln: Uchlda Yasuya, Japanese rmlnlnter to the court of Pekin. Inform ed the Chinese authorities jrlTuesday that any concosslosn calculated to legalize Russia's occupation ot Man churia would be regarded as acts pre judicial to Japanese safety and ex pose the Chinese territory to the threat ot aggression on many sides. Uchlda' action fa Japan's reply to the renewed efforts on the part of M. Les ser, the Russian' minister, to force China to come to an agreement with Russia regarding Manchuria. . The ten sion between the Russian and Japan ese diplomatists is near the breaking .point. ' Think Russia May Weaken. St. Petersburg: There are Indica tions1 that the government appreciates the danger ot pressing Japan too far And Is disposed to adopt means for easing the situation. The influential presa reflects the disappointment of the ruling class over Japanese perti nency. Official Irrit&...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 January 1904

n cxi co Missouri Message JOIN BEAU Publisher. ' "tKXICO MISSOURI The princess, of course, did not fire the shot, but It was beard around the world. Radium l at last within reach of t be masses. The price baa fallen to i,000 per grain. Colombia's trouble about getting an army to the Isthmus Is a great argu ment in favor of good roads. The Virginia senator who spent Just ten cents In bis successful cam paign must have begrudged It awfully. A lake of whitewash his been dis covered In Jolo. There are some men oat there who ought to bathe in it at once. A Washington bard makes Isthmus rhyme with strabismus. Yet some critics claim we have no more strong poets. Perhaps if Herbert Spencer had tocen happily married he wouldn't kave died of senile decay at the age r 3. Wbere did that German army officer who la charged with 1,000 separate canes of cruelty get time for his meals? A Toledo woman has been sent to 4he Insane asylum because she read Kraeraon which was evidence enough 4a Toledo. OT...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 January 1904

Aiwti Rnva f . fAiifw I ' I 1 k 1' - " iui ai -, , The queen dowager of Italy has bought the book and manuscript ( the famous poet and critlo CarduccI, leaving him the undisturbed use of the library for his lifetime. Catherine the Great of Russia prevented In the came way the dispersion of Diderot's library. 10,000 Plant for lee. This la a remarkable offer the John A. Salzer Seed Co., La Crosse, Wis., makes, They -will send you their big plant and seed catalog, together with enough seed to grow 1.000 fine, solid Cabbages." S.000 delicious Carrots. J.0O0 blanching, nutty Celery. 2.000 rich, buttery Lettuce. 1.000 splendid Onions. 1,000 rare, luscious Radishes. 1,000 gloriously brilliant Flowers. This great offer Is made In order to Induce you to try their warranted seeds for when you once plant them you will grow no others, and ALL FOB BUT 180 POSTAGE, providing you will return this notice, and If you will send them 20c In post age, they will add to the above a pack age of the famous...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 January 1904

HOLIDAY MATINEE TURNED IN FEW MINUTES TO FEARFUL TRAGEDY 564 PERSONS DIE IN FIRE IN CHICAGO THEATER Men. Women and Children Burned. Suffocated or Trampled Beneath Rushing FeetPeople in Galleries Cut Off from All Escape and Await an Awful Fate Firemen and Police in Heroic Rescue Work Bodies Found Piled in Heaps. Tbe story oC the destruction of the Iroquois theater by lire on the after noon of Dec 30. by which 600 lives were Vint, Is as follows: The theater was almost in darkness la the second act. The stage was lighted only by the soft artificial beams from the calcium, which lent beauty to the scene during the sing ing; of "The Pale Moonlight" by the double sextet. A flash of flame shot across through the flimsy draperies, started by a spark from the calcium. A show girl screamed hysterically. The Blngers slopped short, but with presenco of mind the director increased the vol ume of tbe music. Scores rose In their scats as the stage manager shouted an order for a continuation of the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 January 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JAN. , 7, 1901 Q HAPPENfD AND HAPPENING. Q St6ve repairs on hnnd. See Lcs . lie Ferris. A little ion of E. 11. Carter has been afflicted with scarlet fever. Miss Florence Kirknatrick of this city is teaching Behool at Oak- wood, Mo. Mr. aud Mrs. John Judy, south of Mexico, have moved to a fat m near Columbia. , C. E. Cook at Santa Fe sends tit MEbSAOE to a friend at Giaud Bay, Alubania. A new daughter has come to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Baker Barnes, north of Thompson. Mr. aud Mrs. S. W. Bishop of Laddonia mude the Message a pleasant social aud busiuess call last Thursday. Last Saturday night was the coldest weather this winter. Mer cury got down ten degrees below zero. Albert Worsham aud his load of hay tumbled over near the union depot Monday. Mr. Worsham suf fered a cripplod arm. J. W. Ronse will "fix" that Martinsburg bee mau uext week. The article is ready but the Mes sage is not able to get it in type this week. T. A. Powell, four miles south west of Tho...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 January 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JAN. 1904 Subscription, ''-:, On fnr Thre Months - r FROM LONDON. Anent "From Prison to Par adise." Tlii- following written ly ln'ly well rciD. mlH ml in Mexico. Mo. It Interest all li'Tdlil (ri'inl h'T'-l. HI JUNE UN A CI.YCK M( t t-LOt H. (COXCIAIIKU KHOM LAST WF.KK.) Sacli wa the position of affaira when Garvin found hi '"' t0 Old Muhoenny liar eight vents ago uud made the acquaintance of .Mr. and Mrs. Leighton. Thin awful story is no creation of fancy. Mr. Leighton made the fullest investi gations, and found that io far from bing exaggeration, it was not by any means the whole story. Those most accustomed to dealing with prisoner and vicious people looked upon Garvin as an absolute ly hopeless ease. "And now,'' said Mr. Leighton with u gleam of heavenly light in bis kindly eye, "for the glorious change, a ehauge that proves the gospel has lost nonv of its aneietit power. I will put Garvin's words in his own words in good old Methodist fashion: "Three of ns ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 January 1904

ft'.te msTontrit s o souri Message. Mexico ' MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JAN. 14, 1904. NUMBER 10 Mis nT IIMP V. TTZ. ' l I . . a m I is u a - m ki ir i i.t v K.J ... . . .. V. ROME LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS IN PfeULt l run - Uv . . wrr HAPPENED and HAPPENING. 4 FROM WASHINGTON. The Forum says that ueeds a singing school. Farber i A case or two of Scarlet fever in A. S. Johnson's family. of this re- Former Audrain Man's Interesting Observation. J. C. Gowin and wife city visited Farber relatives cently. Blind Boone is to be iu March 2nd. Will give a concert at the Christian church. romeroy, Wash., Dec. 31, 1903 rifin TCniTrtTt: I will try to fulfill my promise, by letting you Vibqp fmm me. I will have been Mexico . . .10 o.lil at January tICIO VtF JIHIU m.v " 1904. The Message is a welcome visitor iii inv home no matter how uev. vv. r. ouiia, " . a,tx. ant v.su " . " ot Bbout 2000 people, and is sur- tmiMil in his field or worK in x.uu-1 ... . .. ... ..... " rounded by on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 January 1904

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday . John Deal, Editor and Proprietor. Eiiu-ivd at tli rom.nii st M. ii. Mo., an afoud-cla niatter. THURSDAY. JAN. . County Candidates. I-HOStXTTlNO ATTOKNEV VK ar" autlioil." (l to nuimiim-" Orlun .lo Hltt us a candidal.' for I'rtwcutiiifr Attorney, Mil.Jcct to the nctioti of tlx-Mcmoi-ratie primary. The people are moused; didn't we tell you. The Mi:ssA(.;r. yncs among the people. If you ure n candidate for ofliee, you should plant your nn- nouneeiiieiit iu this paper; you can't nfTord to do otherwise. I', hi. Hall delivered a hue speech at the Mrxico court house laxt Saturday niht. Anuin wax flip lioodle issue emphasized. Hall is a great orator, w hatever inav be said of him. i-I.se If you are a farmer, tret ready to core for h smaller crop this year; eare for it thoroly and make as nnvh m.ney n with a big crop l-riy eared for. Save your rental moiiev. it i way. Put up no man tr any lublie trust who b;is the smell of boodle j on his garments, at w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 January 1904

1 DOMINICAN REBELS T ' ' .SEIZE AMERICAN SHIP i'Bbll From Insurgent Lines Strikes , United States legation. Santo Domingo: The government forces have raptured Savana la Mar and Puerto Plata. It Is reported that they also cap tured M. Deschamps, the rice presi dent of the Insurgents, who was exe cuted. The report, however, lacks confirmation. It Is stated that the American -schooner Mercurial has fallen Into the liaads of the rebels. 'v'"Th"e v artillery from the ' "rebels surrounding San Domingo city Is In creasing. During a vigorous fire from the lu' snrgents Thursday, the American le gation was struck by a shell. The "buildings occupied by tho city conncll and ministry of the interior, the resi dence of John Lyon and several other buildings also were hit. There were no fatalities. Several drawn engagements have been fought . lately by the govern ment troops and the Insurgents. The rewolutlonlsts have defeated Gen. Castillo at San Crlstobol, cap turing two cannon and a considerable...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 January 1904

C!sxicd Missouri Message JOAN BKAL, Publisher. "WCXICO MI8SOURI King Peter la call to be In troabt. What did he expect when be accepted the Job? Gen. Vlljoen, the Boer leader, ha married an English woman, Subju gated at last. The Electric Mule exhibits all the Innate shrewdness of his flesh and blood prototype. Sir Thomas Llpton appears to hare made up his mind that be would like to lose the cup again. A Boston bacteriologist has dlPov red a new cause of scarlet fever. The , tffect remains the same as formerly, Joseph Chamberlain doesn't believe Is physical exercise and never takes By but he keeps other people mov ing lively. The problem of securing radium is not nearly so serious as would be the problem of what to do with it if it were common. A Pennsylvania man who ran to ratrh a train the other day died as a Jesuit of his overexertion. But be caught the train. The United States senators used up SO.000 quinine pills last year, and no body knows how much of the usual (accompanying ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 January 1904

THREE YEAR AFTER. Eugene E. Lario, of 7S1 Twentieth venue, ticket teller in the Union Bu tton, Denver, Col., says: "You are at liberty to repeat what I first stated through our Denver pa per about Doan's Kidney lills In the summer of 1899, for I have had no reason in the Interim to change my opinion of the remedy. I was subject to evere attack of back ache, always aggravated if I sat Ions; at a desk. Doan's Kidney Pills abso lutely stopped my back ache. I have never had pain or twine since." Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. T. For sale -by all druggists, price SO cent per box. Turkish Authorities Are Careful. The British consul at Constantino ple reports that it Is unwise to us newspaper as packing for parcel for export for Turkey, a such packing is examined at the customs house, and if it contains "seditious" matter It is removed. - When You Buy SUrch tniy Defiance and gut the beat, 16 e. for 10 bote. Once nted, always used. Pattl, at Sixty, Still Young. -While Adelina Patti was sho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 January 1904

t AMERICAN SINGER WON FAVOR OF DERLINERS 1 -v -mm. I )' Mis Geraldlne Farrar. a native ot Melrose. Mass.. ar.irdlng to a state ment In the Preusslsche Correspon dent was slandered in an article in a recent issue of Die Welt, which In sinuated that relations existed be tween Miss Farrar and the German crown prince. Misa Farrar's father visited the house of the writer of the article and compelled him to sign a statement declaring the article pure ARE NOT REAL DIAMONDS. Society Hears Rumor About One of its Members' Beautiful Ornaments. The shocking rumor has gone abroad In the New York -400" that the won derful diamond tiara worn by a fa mous matron Is bogus in fact, that the Jewels are really beveled glass. The imitation. If imitation It be, Is a marrel of beauty, the tiara being six inches high and fashioned after the manner of an antique crown. The pos sessor Is a handsome . woman who moves In the most exclusive little group of society. It is true her hus band la not rich according ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 January 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JAN.. 14, 1904 SI HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. XX Stove repairs ou Laud, lio Ferris. See Les- Robt-rt Ilagan typhoid fever. - is very ill with R. II. Kernan, of the postofflce force, is on the sick list. Eld. V. H. Hook is at Blythe, Mo., where he will dedicate a church next Sunday. J. R. Johnson is afflicted with pneumonia. Lee Mnndy has moved to Mexico from Long Brauch. Good plumbing and plumbing goods. Leslie Ferris. Mrs. E. T. Smith is reported among the sick this week. The City Council is getting ready to order more street paving. Dysart Wright of Loug Branch locality is sick with pneumonia. Wanted A boy to learn the printer's trude. Apply to the Mes sage. The MeiSAGE is indebted to I. P. Dyer for a nice bucket of fresh sausage. . . E. II. Shadwell, teacher at Long Branch, has been suffering with the grip. . Bring the old stove to Leslie Ferris. He will buy them and fix them up. Mrs. A. Ilutcherscn has been entertainiug her nephew, Mr. Ev eret Gordon of Columbi...

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