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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 23 January 1902

II PLYMOUTH uY TT Y k .vr- WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME I PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 28. 1902. NO. 1 II 711 V X II r - i ft TOLD ONLY IK Pi Story cf Europsan Proposals for Interference in tha War v.'ith Spain. STATE DEPARTMENT 13 IUrOEJIED But Will Not Go into Any Controversy House and Senate T..lk Fil ipino Capital City Notes. Washington. Jan. 22 The state de partment will not be drawn into the controversy which has sprung tp be tween the European iowers respect ing the efforts made by them tc pre vent the United States from goimi to war with Spain. Lord Cranl.oices. statement in parliament Monday Is recognized as absolutely correct as far as it went, but there nre chapters in the story 'which he did not touch upon, rnd it is recognized here as inexpedi ent to develop all the facts even now, lest animosities spring up without suf ficient reason. The frank statement of Lord Cranborne touching Austria's earnest efforts. to prevent war caused no resentment here, where it is real i...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 23 January 1902

TLbc Tribune. Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. R. B. OGIiESBEH, flditOF. Telepnone No. 127. OFFICE In Bissell Block. Corner Center and Laporte Street. DVKBTISINO BATES will be made knowx on application. Entered the Postoffice at rijmouth. IdJ.,.s second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year in Advance $1.50 Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents.de livered at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., January 23. 1902. Republican State Committee. The new republican state commit tee elected yesterday is as follows, by districts: First George A. Cunningham, Evansville. Second John C. llillbeimer, Bed ford. Third George W. Self, Corydon. Fourth O. II. Montgomery, Sey mour. FKth Julian D. Ilogate, Danville. Sixth Miles K. Moffett, Conncrs ville. Seventh Floyd A. Woods, Indiana poli s. Eighth George Lilly, Anderson. Ninth Fred A. Sims, Frankfort. Ter.tl: Thomas J. McCoy, Kens seller. Eleventh Adam Bock, Hunting ton. Twelfth Elmer Leonard, Fort "Wayne. Thirteenth Wal...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 23 January 1902

GERONIMO Celebrated Old Indian Now Raising Melons. Story of the 1lu old Apache's Attack on General Crook, MLs E5caDC the Pursuit and Capture and the ftrmu Teud Based Thereon. Lawton. Okla., Jan. 17 Among- the unique character: that throng tho straits of this cosmopolitan city of live months growth may at times be seen the celebrated Geronimo, the erst while fierce and wily chief of the bloody Apaches. To a passing stranger the appearance and con duct of the aged warrior do not distinguish him from tho hun dreds of ex-brayes that may be seen every day. His power is broken. He has taken the war path for the last time. In other years he tested the best military genius of tho army, but has been subdued in body and spirit. He has succumbed to the influences of civilization and the power of Christianity. For thirteen years since his last capture, hu has been a prisoner of war. Five years were spent in military prisons in Alabama and Florida and eight years at Ft. Sill, four miles north of...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 23 January 1902

XLbc XEttbune. Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. R. B. OGUBSBBB, BditOP. Telepnone No. 27. OFFICE In Bissell Block. Corner Center and Laporte Street. ' 1DVKBT181N Q BATES viil be mad knowr on Application. Entered the Postoffice at Plymouth. Ind., second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION:- One Year In Advance Jx.50; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents. de livered at any postcffice. Plymouth, Ind., January 23, 1902. The rapid advance of rural mail de livery is one of the most popular re forms the government has ever given the farmers of this country. It works fcr good in many direct and indirect ways, and in time it will be universal. The Losransport Journal has again been sold, this time to A. R. Kees ling, E. F. and II. C. Metzger. Mr. Keeslingis a young man who was once a reporter on the Journal and the Metsgers, also young men, have been connected with thz Logansport Reporter. The Journal is the oldest paper in that city. Real estate in many towns that...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 23 January 1902

Zbe Tribune. HENDRICKS tc CO., Publishers, Plymouth. Ind., January 23, 1902. Advertisements to appear in TOE TKIR UNE must be In before Tuesday noon to In jure tbetr appearance in tve issue of that week. LOCAL NEWS Conrad Bergman returned to Argos Monday. Ed Tanner was in Plymouth ovt Sunday. Orva Apple, of Inwood, was in our city Monday. Mrs. G. W. Wilson spent Monday at Grovertown. The most delicious Crackers are Fox's "Forex." Dr. Tabler How and wife went to Lakeville Tuesday. Vandalia Agent Ilartman went go to Auburn Monday evening. Dr. How, cf Bremen, was a Ply mouth visitor Monday. Mrs. Dr. Preston spent Sunday with her mother in Laporte. D. YV. Albert was a passenger to Valparaiso Monday morning. Mrs. Dennie O'Erien,0f GrovertowD, spent Monday in this city. Harry Knott returned Jt- his studies at Rochester Monday evening. Müs Eliza Thompson has gone to Rochester for a few days visit. Miss Bertha Listenberger went to South Bend for a few days' visit. Miss Lora Nifong has gone ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 23 January 1902

mm Remnant ol Pottawattomies at Dowaciac Receive Moneu lor Ancient Land Claims on Ghicaoo Lake Front. Dowagiac, Mich., Jan. 18 Pokagon's band of Pottawatomie indians sold their birthright yes terday in the disputed territory fronting on the Lake Shore drive in Chicago. Each received or -will receive his mess of pottage m the shape of a $100 check. Robert Bines, a Board of Trade man of Chicago, made the first payment at 4 o'clock to Hi Kay- Ka-Ke, one of the old men of the tribe. Three minutes later the check was presented to F. W. Lyle president of the City Na tional Bank of Dowagiac and Hi Kay-Ka-Ke walked out with a handful of crisp bills that rep resented his share in the proper ty that is worth millions. By 5 o'clock eighteen such checks had been -honored, and thin payment was discontinued until today. All who were paid were those members of the tribe who live live away from Dowag iac and 321 Indians men, women and children are here waiting for the money that represents wealth a...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 23 January 1902

Ube Tribune, HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers, Plymouth, Ind., January 23, 1902. Advertisements to appear in TI1E TRIB UTE must be in before Tuesday noon to In sure tnelr appearance in the issue of that ireek. LOCAL NEWS Frank Shilt went to South Bend Thursday. Miss Minnie Clark spent Sunday at South Bend. Miss Eva Smith went to South Bend Thursday. Cbas. Demay went to Chicago Satur day on business. Charles ITartman spent the day at Logansport Saturday. Mrs. N. J. Disher has gone to Bour bon to visit relatives. Miss Georgia Yinall has gone to Rochester for a few days. Mrs. Tuley, of South Whitly, is here visiting Mrs. Heisler. George Burch and family have moved to Chicago to reside. Mrs. Mollie Beagles has gone to Tyner for a few days' visit. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller went to South Bend for a few days. Mrs. T. G. Chaplin went to Fort "Wayne to visit relatives. Judge Hess went to Auburn Thurs day morning for a few days' stay. Miss Emma Blain has gone to Grand Rapids for a few days' vis...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 23 January 1902

. w i REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS TO JAN. 21 1 902 A3 FfKMSHEn BV CRESSXEIt & CO., Owners of the only abstrrtct books In the county. Abstracts of title to all real estate In Marhall county compiled promptly and accuratey. Theodore R Marble, warranty deed to Geo. W Schräder, W of X I of S AY of S 1, T 32, K 1: S J of 3" E of S W J of s 1, T 32, Rl; of S E of S W 1-4 of S I; T 32, R 1, Ex K R; all X of r: R . S I of S E 1-4 of S W 1-4 of S I", T 32. 1? i, Ex Rutland; X E 1-4 of S E 1-4 of ;? 1. T 32, R 1: X'lrdof 3 l-4ofSEL4of S 1, T 32, R 1. Consideration 4400. Philip W Holler and wifo, Ed C Holler and wife, warranty deed to Henry Y Siurk, X W 1-4 of S 20, T 35, R 2, Ex 30 A in X W cor & 20 A in S E cor. Consideration 20. Stephen I Ii row n and wif vurran ty deed to Frank R Walters. 3 20 A of E of X W 1-4 of S 11, T 33, R 1; S 50 A or W I of X E 1-4 of S 19, T 33. R 1. Consideration 85000. Jesse Rurden and wife, warranty deed to Elias Burden, und I of W 20 A oj E 3G.S2 A of S W 1-4...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 30 January 1902

PLYMOU Recorders office lTfebOl WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME I PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 30. 1902. NO- 17 'J 1 SiZZLIflG COLLOQUIES Characterize the Debate cn the Philippine Tariff in the Upper House. TILLMAN AND BP00NE2 LEAD OIT And There Is a Hct Tine in the Old Hall for Awhile. Burning Questions Come Up to MaJte the iMspnte 'Warmer Teller and Beveridge Also Come into "Touch." Washington, Jan. 29. A Philippine ftorm was central in the senate cham ber yesterday for nearly three Lours, but was void cf definite resuts. Acri mony in senate debates Is not infre quent, but old senators say it hü3 Ixen years since there has been such a hurricane cf bitter vituperation, of personal taunt, of ugly charges and of unmodified criticism as was witnessed yesterday. Not since the discussion of the resolutions leading up to the His-pa-no-American war have any scenes occurred in the senate comparable with yesterday. But that debate lacked the personal bitterness mani fested at times y .terday...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 30 January 1902

Übe Tribune. Established October 10, 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. R B. OGUnSBEH, BditOP. Telepnone Xo. 527. OFFICE in Bissell Block. Corner Center and Laporte Street. 1D7KBTI8INO BATES will tw made known on application. Entered the Postoffice at Plymouth, Iud.af second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In AJyance J1.50; Six Months 75 cents; Three Alonths 40 cents.de llvered at any postoffif. Plymouth. Ind., January 30, 1902. The spectacle of the four great powers of Europe quarreling among themselves concerning the intensity of their affection for the United States is gratifying to the courted party, even if it is a bit ridiculous. Miss Columbia is getting to be a big girl now. Two corporations formed to erect dams across the St. Joseph river have fallen into a row that became so un pleasant as to cause threats from the war department to ordr the removal of every bridge and dam on that river in Elkhart and St. Joseeph counties, thus affecting South Bend, Misha waka and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 30 January 1902

E Dust" Explosion in an Iowa Coal Mine Sends Twenty-One to Eternity, EIGHT OTHEES BADLY INJURED Ead Elast Which "Fizzles' Is the Causa of the Disaster. Most of the Victims Are Married with Lcrge Families Explosion "Wrecks Things at tlw Fit Mouth. Oskaloosa, la.. Jan. 2T. As the re sult of a terrible mine disaster at Lest Creek yesterday afternoon twenty-one de-ail are in an improvised morgue there and e-ijht are in a temporary hos pital. The dead are: Joe CJaspers, Trank Gaspers. Jim StoLal, Sylvester Ciekrhton, Jce Ilerto, Andy I'ash, Frank Seeress. John Martin, Jchn Bi ros, Mike llraha. Jack Lanier, Mike Fox, Jr.. Mike Fox. Sr., Mount Fish, IIuss l-'ish. A. It. Crews, Ja.k Eltler, Dave Walter. Sam Humphrey, Jim Humphrey and Alex. Gray. The injured, most cf them seriorly: Ed Secress. Ed Swanson. Jonas i. ie, Olive Mabie, John Jerkin, William Harvey, George Gogo and Harry Der iock. Trouble Caused by a ! Izzle IU.ist. The explosion occuiTed at the noon hour, and was what is known as ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 30 January 1902

Zbc tribune. Established October 10, 1901, HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. R B. OGU3SBEB, Editor. OFFICE In Bissell Block. Corner Center and Laporte Strtt. .;. e.ltTi.-UN(i RATES will be rnadfl knowi nn spplicatioa. Enterrd the Poftoffice at Plymouth. Ind. .fa second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance $1.50; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents.de- tiverei at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., January 30, 1902. Notice of Committee Meeting. Plymouth, Ind., Jan. 29, 1902. There will be a meetm j of the Mar shall County Republican Central com mittee, at the law oflice of Frank W. Boss, on Saturday Feb. 8th, 1902. at 2:30 p. m., for tre purpose of determ ining the date of holding the county convention, and also for the purpose of transacting any other business "which may properly come before the meeting. All members of the com mittee are requested to be present C. M. Slayter, Frank W. Boss, Secretary. Chairman. "Wonder what the naval clique thinks about Schley's recepti...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 30 January 1902

. , - - -WMMMWW XEbe tribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers, Plymouth. Ind., January 30, 1902. Advertisements to appear In THE TKIB CNE must be in before Tuesday noon to in sure tnt-tr appearance In the issue of that LOCAL NEWS Mr. G. I. Weigh spent Sunday at Elkhart. E. II. Dunham spent Sunday at South Bend. Mrs. J. S. Stout went to Larwell Mondav. Mrs. Charles P. Drummond is in Chi cago for a few days. Mrs. L. R. Ocker went to South Bend for a few davs. The Piano Sale at the Ross Hotel will close Saturdav. Drs.A. C. and C. II. Holtzendorff were at Anros Monday. C. S. Cleveland transacted business at South Bend Monday. "Forex" is Fox's trake mark on the best Cracl er ever t?aked. Come and hear the Apollo Piano Pliver at the Ross Hotel. Mrs. Alice Priddy has gone to Don alJson for an extended visit. L. II. Vanscoik spent Sunday at Sörth Liberty with his parents. Theodore Cressner was a morning passenger to South Bend Monday. Miss Emma Koontz has gone to South Bend for a few days' ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 30 January 1902

--Är"f a. -TT,. lt.--i- ser-.--. iy aiiM v..,,- t DEMOCRATIC COURSE Laid Out on the Political Chart by the Action c F tho Caucus. COXGEES3JIKT HAKE NO POLICIES That "Work Helongs to National Con ventions Reciprocity and Deet t. Sugar Danish West In dies To De Ours. Washington, Jan. 23. The Demo cratic members cf the house of repre sentatives mot in caucus in the hall of the houre at S p. in. yesterday and adopted resolutions declaring that they were Avithont power to pronnilgat"1 a platform of principles for the pany. The contest occurred over a substitute resolution proposed by Henry of Tex as. The cau us was the outcrroAvth of animated discussion among Democrat ic members ever since tne present ses sion of congress began, the chief issue befng r.s to the extent to which the Kansas City platform should be reaf firmed or should be superseded by a new declaration of policy. 'e w York Men Wanted a Chancre. The plan of an entirely new.declara tiin took form early. in the session in res...

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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 30 January 1902

Ube XCribune HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers, Plymouth, Ind., January 30, 1902. Advertisements to appear In THE TKIB UE must be In before Tuesday noon to In sure tnelr appearance In the Issue of that week. LOCAL NEWS Thomas Ryan went to Cincinnati Thursday. W. D. Lillybridge went to South Bend Thursday. John Techmyer, of Bremen, was in town Thursday. Frank ITarman has gone to Roches ter on a visit. Ira Shull went to South Bend on business Thursday. Anthony Molter transacted business in Knox Thurfdav. L. G. Capronand his daughter Dora were on the sick list last week. Jerome Ball went to Culver on a business trip Thursday. George Herrmann has sued his wife, Mary C, for a divorce. Will Xorris, of Rochester, was the guest of Mary Wade Thursday. Mrs. Elizabeth Young has gone to Monterey to visit for a few days. Mrs. LI J. Carpenter has gone to South Bend for a few days' visit. Mrs. John Miller has gone to South BenJ to visit friends for a few days. Little Fred Houghton, who was considere...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 30 January 1902

SUPPORTFOR STRIKES Voted by the National Conven tion of United Mine Work ers of America. WILL FIGHT THEM ALL TO THE Ein) Personal Controversy Between Mitch ell and 3Iooney Fought Out on the Floor. Indianapolis, Jan. 28--The United Mine Workers took yesterday what is regarded by many of the delegates as the most important action of the Con vention. A resolution came from In diana district No. 11 providing that the convention should levy an assess ment on all the members of the organ ization sufficient for the purpose of carrying to a speedy and successful termination all strikes now engaged in by the entire organization. After con siderable debate a motion that the convention make the assessment was passed. Only CuTn Indorsed Strike. Another moticft that the amount of the assessment be left to the national executive boan: to determine was passed, and on motion of Heese, of Iowa, the board was Instructed to re port to this convention. liefere the noon adjournment President Mitchell, w...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 6 February 1902

f ' MOUTH Aäordcrsofflco WEEKLY EDITION V VOLUME I PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6. 1902. NO. 18 MIR TRIBUNE. 'A i 'i M 'I i y SIX MONTHS Lengthening Political Campaigns in Indiana. THE CONTENDING ARMIES Impartial 1cv of the Situation-Republicans In Cheerful Spirits- Demo crats Wonder no How rar. Their rec onciliation Has Reconciled PoD'Jlists Uneasy- Chicago, Feb. 3 A local pa per publishes an interesting re view of the political situation in Indiana from an impartial stand point. It says in part: The calling of the republican state convention for April 23 and 124, and the certainty that it will be closely followed by the nomi nation of a democratic state tick et, possibly, not later than April 30 or May 1, indicate a radical change in the views of the re spective party leaders in regard to the length of the campaign, for in recent years the nomina tions have been made late, and the campaign thus inaugurated has been limited to six weeks or two months at most. It has been t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 6 February 1902

XEbe TErtbune. Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. R B. OGliESDEH, Bditoi. IViepiione No. Ml, OFFICE In Bissel! Block. Corner Center ani La port e Street. 1DVEBTISINQ BATES wJl be made knowi on application. Entered the Postoffice at IMymouth. Ind.,as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance $t.5o; Stx Months 75 cents: Three Months 40 cents.de IhrereJ at any postofiice. Plymouth, Ind., February 0, 1902. The insincerity of the democratic position concerning the Philippines is well s'iowh by the fact that no one has dared to suggest a sale of the archipeho. and yet that is the quick est and- easiest way to overcome all the difficulties they pretend to see and relieve us all the embarrassment they affect to .believe in. When Senator Dubois, that vicious demagogue from Idaho, spoke of Gen eral Wheaton as "probably some char ity boy appointed to West Point by a senator or congressman ani since sup ported by the government," he offered a gratuitous ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 6 February 1902

TROUBLE f!OW BEGUN Ova- the Demands Formulated by the U. M, W. National Convention, OPERATORS SAY IT CAN'T BE DONE Especially the Iiun-of-Mine Basis Struggle Begins with a Banquet. Indianapolis!, Jan. 31. John Mitch ell, president of the U. M. W.. called to order yesterday the joint conference of miners and curators to discuss the demands of the miners for the ccming season. The meeting is held ia Tom linsen hall and the body gut organized yesterday. A banquet anI enttrtrJr. meiit In charge or the Central Lahor Union t was given at Tomlinson hall last night for the operators and min ers, with seats for 1,000 people. Ue: tides the miners and operators there were in attendance members from all the local unions in the city, representa tives of the Coal Iealers' Exchange and a number of ether business men. Mayor Charles A. Iiockwalter spoke in behalf of Indianapolis, and there wc:e several other speakers, including John Mitchell. Itobbins 1 on the Ground The l'ittsburg delegation of ope...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 6 February 1902

übe Tribune. EstblIsheJ October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. R B. OGUESBEB, Editor. Telepnoue No. 27. OFFICE In Bissell Block. Corner Center and Laporte Street. li'VKttTISlNG KATES wjl be md knowD on application. Entered the Postoffice t Pljmoxitb. iDd.as second class m Itter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance 51.50; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents.de Hvered at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., February 6, 1902. The part of wisdom just now is to let well enough alone when it comes to the tariff question. It is no time to try dangerous experiments. Corn will go to ten cents a bushel, wailed Bryan in 1896, if the republi can party succeeds. The rapid march of prosperity since then has made Bryan so rich that he has even quit talking about the octopus, and he hasn't seen any tru-cr -vh corn yet. All good butter can readily be sold for a good price and bad butter ought not to be sold at all. Good artificial butter is infinitely better than much of the dirty grease...

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