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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 December 1908

I, t Sam Evan* wan la Princeton re- cently. Esoor Clifford wwnl to Anna yester- day. 8. W. Bailey aud wife visited th«>lr ■on. M. D. 1)alley, at Sherman. und their daughter, Mrs. Fred Leslie, at Denleon, lut week. Mr. Gllllland and family are mov- ing to Midway community. We re- gret to lone these gout! people. W. A. Miller and family left a few days ago for their now home in West Texus. We regretted to lose tills good family from our community, hut hope they will be pleased with their Western hoi.ie. Loo Stroup and lamlly, also Miss- es Halite and Nutly > St roup, vlulled W. J. Burton and family at New Life Sunday. E. B. Olfford of Anna spent never al days Inst wyyji with his ton, Ev- erett, and duughter, Ml.ss Mary Gif- ford, nt this .place, T, A. Hnlley has been real Hick several days liut is able to be up again. A. C. Womble an 1 daughter, Miss Beuki. left n few dny; ago lor Pon- totoc, Ok.. In response to u message stating Ihtit Mr. Womble's mother Was seriously ill at th...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 December 1908

tff . t ,^V:-1 1 • A'a ■?.. * Mm. Imww Cun- Mill. An enjoyable Thanksgiving diu- ncr was sputa*! to their relative# l Mr. and Mrs. James Cunningham at tketr home at When* Mill Thursday. Those preaent were Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Bryant and family; Mr. Bryant'si parents; Mr. and Mr*, llud Cunning ham; Mm. F. L Cunningham and family of Prosper; Mri. J. L Baker and Tom Baker of Prosper and Mr and Mrs. George Cunningham. These are among the county'* most eutima ble pefeple who greaily enjoyed the family reunion, good sheer and boun- teous dinner, and memory of the pleasant occasion will long linger in the minds of all those present. A. SNIDER, successor to J. S. Stanley, blacksmith and woodwork- mau. flarrlage and buggy repair- ing, horeshoeing, etc. W K8T MINSTER. The dry spell has been broken by a good rain. Beula Malone of Frisco attended Thanksgiving services. Dr. Buckuer of the Orphans Home of Dallaa lectured hare on Thanks- giving. Nolan and Solomon Branson of Dallas visited home folks...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 December 1908

p> It in free from slag stone* - burns clear und bright and gives out more heat to the ton thau any other coal. Orders filled for any size coal desired and delivered promptly. The man who knows, will tell you this Ik the time to buy. Our coal Is just light, and so is our price. McKINNEY ELEVATOR CO. Phone 112. I * > * The Jewelry Question M" — 11 All are Interested In jewelry. Some want pins i>r buttons, boo ret so- ciety emblems, or ornaments, often a riiiK Is the desired article. Our Friendship, Engagement, or Wedding Rings will interest you, perhaps. We have them-plain or with sets, expen she or otherwise Come and sec them Scott Ik Newsome Jewell1} tuid UcioK Store. McKliiney, Texas. ——i nil i iic 1 'if" inirTTTurTynrn m V/e have received our last car of FURNITURE for our full business and invite you to call and inspect our mammoth stock or furniture which is the larg- est sinii most complete a sornnent we have ever had. We anticipated quite a large trade this fall and b...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 December 1908

A BEAUTIFUL 1AM0ND RING GOLD WATCH AND A VALUABLE ORGAN GIVEN AWAY BV CERTAIN BUSINESS FIRMS OF McRINNEY A number of the enterprising business men of McKlnney have inter- ested themselves In giving away, Absolutely FKEE. a beautiful Diamond Ring, a Gold Watch and a Valuable Organ. The Organ Is to be given to the organization receiving the greatest number of votes, and the Diamoud King and Gold Watch to the two In- dividuals receiving the greatest number of votes; the one receiving the greatest number of votes secures the Diamond King, and the one rfc* celvlng the next highest the Gold Watch. The plan is a novel one and at once commends Itself to the public, there belug no outlay on the part of anyone other than the people who are doing this to stimulate cash trade, and, at the same time bestow valuable gifts that will be permanent advertisement* for them. Briefly stated, the plan is this: Each firm that is interested in the contest Is provided wUh voting tickets and for ten cents wo...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 December 1908

t THIB WEEKLT DBMOCRAT-OAZBTTTE. THI R8DAY. DEC 3. 19<>K. I ? t X t f X t ❖ MARRIED AT ELK CITY 1 At 4 o'clock Friday afternoon, at the home of the bride's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Henry Cop*. No. 411 West Fifth street, Elk City, Ok.. Mr. Charles Mut- thewN Abbott of thU city and Miss Bertie Cope wore united In marriage In the presence of a larKe number of relatives and friends. Afier receiv- ing hearty congratulations of the as- nein hied company the young couple left for El Keno, then for a trip to Oklahoma City and Fort Worth, and arrived home Friday evening. The groom was reared In this city and 1b one of McKinney's leading voung business men. He Is a young I man of high character and integrity ■ and is held in the highest esteem by all who know him. Ills bride is a lovely young lady, refined, cultured Jind accomplished, and Is deservedly ( popular. The young husband and wife will reside at the attractive and cozy houle which the groom has Just had built for hi...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 December 1908

mM !SS 3. ltOR. PROVE FATAL Effle, the fourteen-year-old daugh- ter of Mr. and Mra. J. K. Coggins, residing at the corner of Howell and Parker itrmti, died at 9:30 o'clock Saturday night from the effect of terrible hurui received that morn- ing a« result of her clothing be- eonilu.i; Ignited front an open fire- place She wus soon enveloped In (tames and though her mother who wag upstairs at the time, attracted by her sereums, rushed to her as- sistance and extinguished the Urn by throwing quilts and bhuncets around the little girl, she wan bo badly burned that >le«ptte all that could be done for her relief slit* panned away at the hour stated. Funeral services were held at the fau llv residence tit tt o'clock Sun- day afternoon, conducted by Rev. J. B. Gober and Kev. W. P. Cloyd, af- ter which a sorrowful procession fol- lowed the remains to Pecan Grove oematery where the Interment took place. Wa Join in extending sincere condolence to the grh l-strlcken par- ents in the terrible...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 December 1908

1 KAMT McKINNKY. kMrs. Smart was called to Oklaho- to attend the bedside of her daughter and granddaughter, who are very low. Mm. Muttlo Davis of Cellna ac- companied by her mother, Mr*. Cun- filnghum, formerly of Tennessee, visited Mrs. Hodges Wednesday. Mrs. Cunningham will visit a few days longer. There Is a stranger slopping nt Gus Stmuglutn's; It Ib a little girl. Leslie Smith wick and MIsb Pannle Perry were married last Wednesday night nt the home of the bride's par- ents, Rev. R. D. Shults officiating. Born to Will Wright and wife a boy; also to Jason Purr and wife, a boy. The sick: Sam Hays, Jack Prince, Pannle Haggard, Ronie Douglas. Prank Smart and wife have re- |turned from Denlson whero they lhave been visitint; the tatter's par- lent s, Mr. and Mrs. Mace. Miss Minnie Steel of New Hope visited her uncle, John Steel and at- tended the party at Mr. John Steel's, Mr. John "Steel gave a party in honor of his niece. Miss Minnie. There was a large crowd present and all enjoyed...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 December 1908

m ' :fj fee 'ev1": \ ^ ■ T"g WEEKLY 1 -a., •> ,T , , ■' 11 ' ' ' , ' ' ' ■ V/; K "f.'t tj liJ .*,*• ' ■ i| jV 1 '■■ * . ' ' m i CUT. lUfSIAIlDHON. 1'pon Yaxiou* Things < f ln- tfood llilliMuphjr, i#. I^dt Tuesday. Witt and Will Par- left th* Altoga country for Runnells county, In u few day* Mrs. Reecer and family will leave the Johnson school house eomra unity for New Mexico. These aie good peo- ple, old landmarks of Collin county wand we regret very much indeed to give them up, hut eart estiy hope thi't they may fully realise their brightest pnticlpatlons in the bit* West. ' t so far as we are ron- oerned we are like the two old maidr who had a quarrel, when one of them reminded the other that sh would soon be gone and then she would regr-'t talking .,o unkindly to her: "Be gone you say Settle; why no danger of that, you are right hero to stay until the good Lord lakes you away, for no man, never." That •overs our caise exactly with old Col- lin. We u a here to May till tha g...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 December 1908

I ' MStS • THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, DBC. 3. IMS. IJJMPARISON FUNERAL OF OF WEATHER Following In the meteorological feport for the month of November. M a comparison with the condl- |tk}lis during the month of November IVUT t by T. B. Wilson, \ol- [uatary observer: [ ™l ■ | Temperature. The holiest day was the Tih. 7 1 The coldest <iuy wuh the |13th. 2'J degrees. Barometer Reading. The highest pressure was on the 12th, 30.28 inches. The lowest treasure was on the 24th, 29.43 iches. I lair full. (Dates 17 rotal Inches . . tr . . . tr . . .26 . . tr . . .10 . . .80 . . .75 1.97 nnnrks. The pant month, with Its small |-atnfall and even temperature, has leen ideal for gathering remainder if ungathered cotton and corn. Far- mers well up with farm work; most ill corn and cotton gathered, plow- ing for next crop under way. small [crop of wheat and oats sown, looks Iwell. [Comparison With Last Year. Sumary of weather conditions for |Npv. 1907: "6.32 Inch rainfall, 2 [inches o...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 December 1908

'y* ' ' 'T: ; t ;: T' -if® _, Jmrtom •'v^' • ^" V;!: ,f ' %r^j LADY BADLY HURT P?, Piano, Dec. S.—MIbb Lillle Chris- tian of Port Worth, who 1 visiting Mr. and Mrs. Louis Chnraley, near here, wiih severely Injured while horseback riding yesterday morning. The )to-M ridden by Miss Christian became lumauagoable and In roar- ing fell backward, pinioning Miss Christian beneath. Her collar bone whh broken and she was severely crushed about the hips. Her Injur- ies nro considered serious. l.ost—Small house dog, black, with Greenville tax dog collar on. I will pay 12.50 Tor dog's return to the Interurban ticket office between the hours of 10 a. ui. and 1 p. in. dw It TRINITY. Miss Mtty Mulkey ban returned to her homo at Commerce after a visit to relatives here. Jim Cave of Concho county, Is vis- iting relatives and friends here. Atiddie Mills and family of Wll- moth tire \lsltlng at the home of Jno. Clark. Hob Hankie and family of Mc- Kinney spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Or...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 December 1908

, 11 $ 4P ^ , ;/ :' Mm '^;Wm toeriUo VWKNTV-FII TH VKAIl, NO. 15. McKINNKY, COLLIN COUNTY, TKXAH, THIHKIIAV, l>KC. 10, 19011. ONK ,lH)LLAIt ri.lt YKAR. DEATH OF MRS. ANNIE HINES NEWS OF THE COURT HOUSE Mrs. AiiHlnes, wife of Tom C. Hilled diet at 4 o'clock «. in. Tues- day ui tlio family residence on West Virginia street, after h long illness, gjio wus> a dnugliter of Mr. ami MrH. U. Jr' BIkrh, both deceased, and was Lorn at Willow Springs, July 28, 18 M 7, beiiiK tberofore twenty-one yearn, four mouths and twelve days of ago at the lime of her death. She Is survived by her husband and one child, n son, .lames Thomas Mines, aged two years. She was a moinbei of the Kirst Baptist church and was u most highly respected and esteem- ed woman whose death has caused profound sorrow to all v ho knew her. Besides her husband and lit- tle son she I* survived by the fol- lowing half brothers and .sisters: J. M. Andrews of tills city; James OlKgs of Luens; Jeff Biggs of Run- uels county; ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 December 1908

wit; THE 10, Slit?. «* "Ye , I am going to upend Chrlat- ■tas back In Oeorgia. Alabama, Mlas- laalppl. or Tennessee." are the words you hear spoken—all through the conutry. "I have made a fine crop thin year, have paid up my debt and am going to have a good time back at my old home, to Fee again the old plantation my friends, and my relation— eat pumpkin pie, the old time fruit cake, and dance one more time with the girl I left behind me fifteen yearn Ago when I came to seek my fortune in the great Lone Star State, llncle Bill, and Aunt Sallie will be looking for me, and I would not disappoint them for anything in this world Ye«, go bark bo>.-;. and have a good time among the friends of your youth—te'l them all about big and grand oi l Texas, and especially Col- lin county. Tell thorn about the big barns of corn, banks of sweet pota- toes, big smoko bouses loaded down with bacon, lard and Bausag«, then close up the chapter by showing them your bank book. Probably when the ijood o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 December 1908

W TOT WBBKLT DBMOCRAT-OAZETTE. THPR8DAY, DEC. 10. 1908. VERONA. k \ ' Miss Sheliie Samples la on the nick Nat thin waek. E P. Gilford visited his parents at Melissa Sundry. Mm. Brockinan haa moved Into o|1r community from Barnett. •Mr. J. B. Sluitus anil family are ■loving to the Snow Hill community. Wade Woo.'all and family lnft Saturday for Hereford where they Will reside in the future. Mr. Durham of near Farmersvllle han moved Into the bouae recently vacated by W. W. Wood all. Tom Rich nnd sister, Miss Daisy, of New Li fa. attended Sunday school at the Bapti.it cliurch Sunday aftor- noon. "Uncle" Dan Scnrborouyh Ifcwl. Mr. D. B. Scarborough died nt the home of Mr. Norman at Far- meravllle lnat Wednesday. "Uncle" Dan. as ho wrb familiarly known, was one of the llrst net tiers of thin comniunity and he taught the first school that was ever taught *at ibis place about forty yeara ago In the aid Womble school house. Mr. S< ar- borough was seventy-five yeara <>f age at the ti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 December 1908

pi rft v ffiS! BVBRY THURSDAY. Walter B. WIImm, Proprietor*. Associate Editor. ■stared m second-class mall matter. To Subscriber*—The data printed opposite your name on the margin of the paper or on the wrapper lndi- eatee the time to which your sub- scription is paid. All subscriptions •spire on the first of the month. Any sabacrlber not receiving the paper ragularly will please notify us. We do not send receipts for money paid on subscription, but credit same on slip attached to paper; If aradlt is not shown on slip in ten days from date of remittance, notify this office. r D. L. Coekrum of this county. He la going to plant It to itaelf next year and watch the re- sults.—Iowa Park Register. The stewards of the First Metho- dist church In Beaumont have issued a request to all ladles to remove their hats while they are In church. So far so good, but what will It avail mere man to get a listless church, if he is shoved behlud a rat thut stands higher and spreads wider than even the m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 December 1908

,™ ■1 •* DEDICATION OF NEW CHURCH THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, DEC. 10. 190*. 4 Ji Not withstand I iif the threatening weather of Sunday morning, the spacious auditorium of the First I (apt 1st church wim crowded with worshlpwra. The pun tor a of the o'h- nr churches of the «Ity had kin'ly called in their sert l. «\ for the morning hour and with many of their pt-oide were at our church to take pari in the d«di< tiun of the new hou e of worvbtp. The program for the service was as follows: Music le i by t'rof. A. A. William- son and a full choir. The Invocation was offered by Rev. S. L. Itlevoa, the Scripture account of the dedication of the Temple of Solomon, was read by Rev. \V. D. Thompson. Rev. it. T Watson offered prayer. liev. A. J. liartou prea< lied the dedicatory sermon oftd took a col- lection in Rood subscriptions and • ash of $ i r>,() l G.fiO. This covered the indebtedness on the church, and Hon. J. R. Gottgh, chairman of the building committee, came fo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 December 1908

rir ft' • &; >■ '■ Young Sister' I writes Mrs. Mary Hudson, of Eastman, Miss., "took I my advice, which was, to take Cardui. She was staying with mn $ .nri was in terrible misery, but Car- dui helped her at once. IX Help "Last spring," Krs. Hudson continues, "I was I in a rack of pain. The doctor did no good, so I began to take Cardui. Tte dose helped inc. Now I lam in better health than in turee years." # Every girl ana woman needs Cardui, to cure irregularity, falling feelings, headache, backache and similar female troubles. Cardui is safe, reliable, [scientific. Try Cardui. AT ALL DRUG STORES GRAYSON POULTRY SHOW Sherman, Tex., Dec. 4 (Special) —The first annual Poultry Show, given under the auspices of the Grayson County Poultry AHBoclatlon. was a success. This is the unani- mous verdict given by all who at- tended, embracing visitors, exhibit- ors, and even those on whom de- volved the hard work of the affair. For instance, C. A. Shock, James H. Davis, J. H. Barton, Ray ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 December 1908

= •stass THK WKKKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THI'RRDAY. DEC 10. 1908. • V * ■/ * C o B 03 CO cc cn T3 u C3 > C O L. Q U C Qu T3 C3 0> ■J <u c O u © C «*- o u li a CJ wXa Q c 0 ti 1 N >. CO c a> u o r- * < o cs JC £ What 4c Will Buy—1 Spool Clark's O. N. T. Thread or 1 Box Allen's IOc Talcum Powder See Old Santa In Our Window Saturday, Dec. 19th The Fair Ribbons llibbons, all shades, nice for Xmas gifts, val- ues up to 20c, on sale at yard •f 9c Gloves Ladies nice fleece lined gloves, sell at 35c, nice for Xinas, at pair only 25c Thousands of Gifts Can be found at this sale and tlie price will be so little you wont be disappointed. You will save enough on one present to help buy another. Ask your friends how nice and cheap things are at the great cash store. S. T. Hammond Shawls; 35c kind shawls all colors, some thing ni<e for Xmas, at eajh 25c Trumpets Large size silver finish trumpets, worth 15c, on sale in balcony at only each 6c See our Show Window for Xmas Suggesti...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 December 1908

Y £ M Cut Glass For Xmas Presents $5.50 Cream and Sugars 15.50 Bowls $4.00 Celeries $8.80 $7.00 Hon Bon $.1.50 $2.25 Nappies $1.09 $1.50 Toothpicks $1.50 Nappies $2.50 Violet SPECIAL PRICES—Don't Fail to Lcok at These Bargains Jt WEL\ERS BOOKStLLCPS-M T0* The Democrat-Gazette PUBLISHED EVERY THUHSDAV. El- - Tom W. Perkins, Walter B. Wilson, Bdltors, Publishers and Proprietors. Iuinner Lonsdale, Associate Editor. ■ntered as second-class inall matter. u_ To Subscribers—The date printed opposite your name on the margin of the paper or on the wrapper Indi- cates tbe time to which your sub- scription Is paid. All subscriptions expire on the first of the month. Any subscriber not receiving the paper regularly will please notify us. We do not send receipts tor money paid on subscription, but credit same on slip attached to paper; If eredlt Is not shown on slip In ten days from date of remittance, notify this office. SHOP EARLY. Commenting on a recent clash in a Michigan school in which whi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 December 1908

NEW FIRM FOR M'KINNEY On January tut McKinney will hate a new business flrm. Sllus Lucas and Walter Howell having formed u partnership, and will open up u llrst- brand new stock of gents' fur- nishing Roods in the stand now occu- pied by Dick Allen, who has pre- viously stuted thnt he will move to the east Bide of the square. "SI" and Walter, as all cull them, both having been born and reared here, are both fine young men, sober, moral and energetic, und have mauy friends who. no doubt, will be pleas- ed to patronize them. We wish the new firm well. MONDAY. Charles A. Wilson was here front Princeton today. Postmaster W. W. Chapman of Al- len was here today. G. I. Wilcox, "the Melissa Miller, was on our streets today. L. B. Brakeblll, a bin; West Col- lin farmer, went to Fort Worth to- day. Dob Yeager of Lebanon, was smil- ing among many friendB on our streets today. W. T. Hooten, a prominent Prince- ton merchant, was a business caller at our office today. W. A. Shelton, thirty years...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 December 1908

/ mm '< * ■*' U '"*>r ' !>* - w* - t.vm , | a^x ■ ■ '••« ' A.:>.V' 'J ' : $ i: ■'; . !'$■ ' . i'. .i § '' ' ' ' . * ■ '''' m v TIIK WEEKLY DBMOCRAT-C.AZET TE, THUR8DAY, DBC. 10, 1 08. BR Jt ribs If' f ■Hli • Wm*'.,, m?;?' 'fi Great December "1 Sfl PRICE SALE We announce tor Demember a great cut price sale. We are $6000.00 overstocked and must sell these goods regardless oi profits. Such a sale coming as it does at the holiday season will enable economical shoppers to save many dollars on their Xmas purchases. fe$ra§ | I :, 6c Outing On sale the yard Hair Rolls asst. each 25c Suit Cases and Trunks. $2 Suit cases SI.50 Trunks priced special from $1.50 lip. Boys Shirts 20 Doz. Boys extra nice" 50c Dress Shirts. 12 to 14. Sell- ing special each Great Cut Price Sale of Ladies' Jackets and Skirts. * DRUMMERS SAMPLES T adies Long J 6 1-4 Domestic 5c 6 1 -4c yd wide Bleached Domestic sale price yd Brown Domestic (i l-4c Brown Domestic yd wide selling special the yd 5c 10c Socks ...

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