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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 September 1895

151 IS35 THE ADVOCATE. REDEEMER KELLEY. As Oil Inspector His Record Is Decidedly I5ad. It seems to be constitutional with the redeemers to furnish all the proof desired that this is the most corrupt administration the state ever had. State Oil Inspector Kelley is a Morrill appointee, a redeemer and an office holder with experience almost equal in length to Morrill's. He is no better and no worse than the average of his crowd. The Leavenworth Times refers to the matter in the following language: It is impossible to judge on the evidence yet made public how much guilt Attaches to Kelley. But on the first blush of the case there, la reason for uneasiness. There Is prima facie evidence to warrant Kelley's dismissal. Hla monthly reports for five months do not give the itemized expense of the office, and the totals quoted are much in need of an ex planation. B.L. Stlne, the deputy, la shown as receiving 100 a month or more, Uvhen the law only provides $30 a month, and if the bal ance was ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 September 1895

A3DVOOATE. Si?, i , Improved Machinery, ITcror that all the mills are moving Scath, what ere thcs9 employes who are rsraiaaant fistnrsa . hre to do? Nott tlut oca weaver can attend twenty horoj, icataad of six, eight or ten, what i3 to besoma of the overplus? History h rspsstiaj itself, and the weaver is in for it egiin. The .power loom, in the rit place, pressed oat the hand loom operatives in the ratio of two to one; after a while, four to one, and aa the ma chlae became more automatic, eix and t!bt to one, and now tha latest improve r32t -makes it twenty to one. The way and navy in thcsa days absorbed ?cr;:idarable of the men compelled to I&cacss through improved methods in .3?2r and machinery. Still it cannot tfl denied that there was great suffering 'cad hardships endured until the surplus fall iato other work OR DIED OUT, Althoagh there was a riot or two and some other expressions of dissatisfaction recorded because of families brought to the starving point on account of l...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 September 1895

-.15 mi. THE ADVOCATE. Advocate Cluo Bites. The besFtime to do political mission ary work is in the fall and winter. The time will soon ha here. Those who want to get up an Advocate club in theii neighborhood should send to this cffio and get rates cheaper than ever. We want to get new subscribers and keep old ones. "everybody's Paint Book." TelU you how to Paint a HOUSE, Inside and Oat, BARM or WACO?!, or FARM IMPLEMENTS. Tefli H iteat Kulftomlnlaff tat Paperllanriaf. AaToody aaa Ura low to 4 It, Alio, kow a 1'allaa a Plan ar Orf-aa, r Varalaa aaa Urnonta Yaral. ture. Ia short, thia book, wUl tail yob all about FataUa. II ki CUo4 wtt lllatntkins. It will un aa? family tea Uaa Mi atanrrrnr. Thialatno time of jnr wiea inrfm; aofiaaBB ffuak about " Fixing- la," i taa book will kala ym ae H. A eas7 beaaa la extra elotk, waa tak wbmb, M a ami, pt fnpaU, ror W M oailoa. For $1.50 we send the Paint book and the Advocate one year; $2.25 gets the book and two Advocates one year; $3 geta the...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 September 1895

10 THE ADVOCATE, i'.. MARKET REPORTS. Kansas Cltjr Uvo Stock. ' Kansas Ciit, Sept 2. Cattle-ReoelpU since , Saturday, 7,372 calves, 808; shipped Saturday, 2,402 cattle, no calves. The mar ket was slow, with a weak tendency as a rule. Calves, some cases, were 91 per bead higher. The following are representative sales: DRESSED BE El AND SHIPPING STEEBS. 111 19. 1,272 J4.8J 81 Ter 1,001 3.25 74 Tex..... 9U7 3.25 i 1,210 3.00 TEXAS AND INDIAN STEEBS. 81 1,231 $M5 80 m 3.25 26Ind 855 2.00 72 &di 13.30 133 1,000 ais 893 2.90 ' 92.... 918 2.93 17 1,020 13.25 73 994 3.15 92 918 2.95 54 858 2.80 ARIZONA STEERS. 69wla. 1,200 $2.90 I 7tfwln 1.018 $3.05 TEXAS AND INDIAN COWS. 27.. 20 3....... 2 881 $2.60 745 2.40 760 2.15 830 2.00 29 29 2 t 10... 871 $2.95 COWS AND HEIFERS. 9. 12. 1. 3. 21. 2 I." 1. 2. 890 897 .1,210 . 676 . 9i)t .1,000 . 840 . 870 .1,010 2.73 2.73 2.65 2.50 2.40 2.00 2.00 1.75 1.50 608 $2.45 778 2.45 710 2.00 , 870 1.75 . 1,210 $190 , 880 2.75 ,...,1.207 ..... 980 .....1,1...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 September 1895

VOI.YIL, NO. 37. TOPEKA, KANSAS, SEPTEMBER 11, 1&95. 1.00 A YEAE. THAT PRECIODS NAVY. 8E0EETABY HEBBEST SAIB HE - IS PUSHUG THE T7023C The People's Money Being Squandered on Useless War Ships and Deadly Ordnance. Washington, Sept. 8. "Yesi" said Secretary Herbert to day, "it is trua that I have given orders that work on vessels under construction for the navy shall be expeditod. The order em braces Lt only the work on the navy yard ships, but also the work on ves sels being built under contract. All have been urged to increased dili gence." Continuing, the secretary said: "The ships building in the navy yards have been lagging for years. For a long ' tinie the delay was for want of armor, but armor is now being furnished promptly. The Texas and the Maine, - the former of which has just been put in commission, and the latter, which will be in a few ' days, really ought to have been in service months ago. Otlicials at navy yards naturally de sire to keep a regular force steadily e...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 September 1895

TIE IE ADVOCATE, EXECUTIVE HANSI01? CRIME. Haxwell Giant'. Company1 "Sandbar Ltoi Treated With Great Eespect 1 and Promptly Answered. tiers' Petition fortthe Enforcement of Certain Laws Treated With Levity and Figaoii-Hcle Contempt. - NO XIII. Mr. P. Tela, Esq., manager of the Patch Maxwell Grant company, en- j closed in a letter to President Cleve land a "handbill" headed "Defiance!" and "Contempt for that which is con temptible," signed by the agent for the settlers. I quote the worst part of the s "HANDBILL." After having, for several years past ex hausted all peaceful remedies to induce pub llo o fflcers to compel the Maxwell Grant com pany to respect the authority of a secretary of the interior, you have at last said to that law defying, thieving corporation: "Hands off I Get out of those mountains." And from Stone wall, Colorado, to Morino valley. New Mexico, not a Maxwell grant thief dares show up. The war is on; the precious blood of set tlers has been shed,and we must fight...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 September 1895

THE ADVOCATE. I 35 it are none to facilitate transactions with country banks. Hence, plans for some meads to effect this end are discussed at almost every large assemblage of bankers. Next year our party will formulate a new platform. It will define its posi tion again on the money question. Meanwhile it would be well to consider the advisability of definitely substitu ting government banking in some form for the vague "better system" now in the Omaha platform. Those who think that a silver plank , is enough of finance would do well to ponder the words of the present cham pion of Bilver, W.H. Harvey. In his iTale of Two Nations," he says (chap ter 20): "The remonetization of silver would now come too late; a greater evil has grown up in the meantime" (during the last twenty years.) Men may be able to ride into oflice on one plank, but one measure will not cure all the great ills of government. Once in power the party that dared affirm only one principle will not dare to announce a n...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 September 1895

Mm T0PEIIA THIBUITE. it. n. Is, j 5BE MOCATE PUBIISHDIS CO.. Xooms 48 and iS Columbian Bid;, T0P2ZA, . - - K1N81S.- ADVEHT13IJJO BAIT.J. Slants Insertion: Display matter, 15 eenti a: aata line, (14 lines to Inch). Reading notices, 80 cents per line, (connt lines). Copy or electro should reach this office Mon day morning to laanrs Insertion In following : SHecJros must have metal bfise, 13-em columns (Scinches). 01.00 PER YEAR, Entered at the postofflce at Topeia, Kansas, as second olass matter. We DXMAND THE FREE AND UNLIMITED c0i1ug2 of silykr amd gold at thk rbisent legal ratio of. 16 to 1.- Omaiu Fopoliot Platform. TnE star of empire takes its way westward, but in the United States po litical reforms always travel eastward. History and present indications sup port this statement. The; courage of the cockooa who are trying to defend Cleveland's official ac tions pales into insigniflcancewhen com- pared with that of the few Kansas edi ' tors who are trying to make Governor ..Morril...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 September 1895

071223 ADVOCATE. WOMEN AT WORK. Thfy Take a Leading Tart iu Affairs ol Na ; . tlonal Interest. A new orgaD'Zition has been formed, the purpoaa of which la: To advance through a system of educational meth ods, and all other pcssibld means of propaganda, the economic issues of the people's party. The irfhence cf women in politics is becoming a powerful factor; already three states have extended suffrage to women, and ere Ioejj full right to citl zenship will be acknowledged. ' With this accession of power, there must' also bs accession of knowledge. New ideas growing out of new condi tions confront the nation. The polittoal batties that Bra from this timeout, to be fought, involve great moral princi ples that will determine for all time, the fate of the republic Brifly stated, the vital question under lying .'political conflict is: "Shall the United States lapsa into an oligarchy, with its ruling and ruled claaass, or ex pand into a great co operative common wealth, that will insure t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 September 1895

ADVOCATE. 82P. 11 j umce brown's law school ad dress. . On Jane Zi Justice Brown of the United States supreme court; delivered ?.a address to the Yale law 'school, co Si ious extracts from which appeared in the. press throughout the. country at thatime. From the portions of the ad dress published it was judged to have been a most radical presentation of corporate abuses, of special privileges enjoyed by favored classes, and of cor ruption in municipal, state and na tional politics. The August Forum contains a much more extended report of this address published over the sig nature of the author, and from this it appears that the favorable judgment based upon the former more limited extracts is not altogether deserved. The good things which he said, and which called out so much favorable comment by the reform press, look much better standing by themselves than they do when they are read with the connections in which they occur. The presentation made of the concen tration of wealth, of...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 September 1895

THE ADVOCATE. deserving wage-earner Is crowded out to make room for the imported laborers fron Europe who by their habits of dirt and squalor are enab'ed to live on much leas wages than Is re quired by American citizens. By lowering the scale of the wage-earner, the profits of the coal syndicate are increased, but the price to the consumer is not materially affected. There is not one redeeming feature In this system of free trade in labor. It robs the American laborer of his just dues and plants in American home life the seeds of discon tent, socialism and ruin. The first duty of the new congress is. to protect American la bor by closing the doors to the slums of Eu rope. Does the editor of the Champion really know "where he is at?" Here we are told that the American protec tive system, which affords a protected market to the manufacturer for the sale of his products, and a free trade market in which to purchase his labor, and which the wicked populist con gressmen ."joined hand3 wi...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 September 1895

THE ADVOCATE. 83?. 11 KANSAS NOTES. Atchison is to have a corn carnival. There are 1,721 men In the state mi litb. October 2 ia W. II. Harvey's (Coin) date at Wichita. The alfalfa farmers in western Kan sas are cutting their third crop. There are forty-six convicts in the penitentiary who can neither read nor write. Senator W. B. Helm was chairman of the Ellsworth county populist con vention. ' TheWellhouse apple crop will ex ceed 135,000 barrels and will make 1,000 carloads. The Marysville Advocate publishes Infills' speech at the Marshall county reunion in full. There were fifty-three A. P. A, dele gates to the recent republican conven tion in Miami county. Representative. W. Sheaf or, who i3 a lawyer at Concordia, has resigned and moved to Oregon. Beekman, of Arkansas City, will try to work the people .by making a free silver canvass for senator. The Kansas City World thinks To peka ought to buy the old John Brown fort and bring it to Kansas. A cruel slander, has been perpetrated...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 September 1895

1833 D THE ADVOCATE. three being there from that county. Shawnee and Cowley county are next on the list with thirty-eight each. The following list of counties have no con victs within the walls of the institu tion: Anderson, Decatur, Garfield, Gove, Grant, Greeley, Hamilton, Hodgeman, Kearny, Wichita, Wallace, Stevens, Stanton, Sheridan, Sherman, Smith, Seward, Scott, Morton, Morris, Mitchell. Here is another case of standing up for Kansas credit. Arkansas City voted $50,000 worth of bonds to encour age a branch of the Missouri Pacific railroad, a few years ago. Some of the men (not populists) who were most ac tive in getting the bonds voted, were afterward opposed to paying them, and they have recently secured a court de cision which relieves the city from pay ment. Some bondholder in the East has thus been swindled, and is now howling about repudiation in populist Kansas, and there was not a populist in the deal? Secretary Hornaday, of the republi can state silver league, has made...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 September 1895

J 10 THE ADVOCATE. SEP 11 0r a i m: SYNOPSIS OF PEEVIOUS CIIAPTEKS. The Overtons and Fauntleroys are rival claimants for a valuable tract of Iron ore land In Tennessee. Major Francis Overton, a man of threescore and ten. Is the last male repre sentative of his line. Young Allen Fauntleroy 13 she Fauntleroy heir. An English syndicate wishes to bur the land, and a scheming law yer named Hawkins is trying to get the Over ton interest out of the way. CHAPTERS III. and IV.-Fauntleroy meets with an accident while riding to Major Overton's house, Rldare Jtjy, and Is rescued from a desperate situation by the major's granddaughter, Dare. He Is taken to Rldgele? in the absence of the master. V. and VI. Major Overton surprises Dare while she 1 ans over the Injured man to ban dage h s wounds. The dffen'O of the Overton claLin and hatred of the Fauntleroy are a ma nia with him, not solely becauss of the fortune involved, but for the family honor as well, lie has just returned from a trying inter...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 September 1895

3855. 11 THE ADVOCATE. Margaret of his'love, M3 "despair, and persuaded her to ran away with him. He would take her to New Orleans, to France, where nothing, nobody, could separate them, and make her life all one long happy dream. "So at least the aunt told us when we got there, your uncle and L I was his clerk at 15. Major Overton had let us know what was in the wind I remem ber now how he looked stepping into the office with that woman's letter in his hand. Though we set off at onco, some how he got ahead of us and had been three hours on the trail of the elopers before we got to their starting point We pushed after at our best speed, but that was mighty slow. It was February, had been raining a week, and all the world was a quagmire. Your Uncle Al len was a hunchback. Peyton threw him in one of their boyish scuffles and hurt his spine, but he was a fny? man, a fine rider for all that We got ahead at a sort of snail's gallop, and I remember thinking that he looked as hurt and mis ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 September 1895

12 THE ADVOCATE. SIP. 11 DI2SCT0RY. !,! 3 sat .J. P. Wilms, McLoath Vic iTesidont ;":. . jjri. Emm Trondner. Carbondale fvwretary. J. B. French, Topeka 1 KYCXit. UOD. J, w.Vfi, iuyr-na -iUtilsSant lecturer 0. W. Amea, Osborne D3PASTMINT W02X. BOABD. J. F. Maxey, Chairman - 2"? J. B. French, Secretary ,Y,'T.op?,, J. P. Stephens .. Wellavllle Jfrs. Emma Trondner Garbondale Mrs. I E. Furbeck Topeka M.E.M.Wardall Topeka 8TATK MANAGBR8. A srloultare .A. F. Allen, Vlnland Horticulture J. H. Darche, Garnett ilorlcultnre W. II. Coultls.Tevls Bee-keeplnr. . .Mrs. Thos. Strawbrldge, Otta w Domestic Economy iJ'-i'-r-m" v Mrs. Lydla E. Furbeck, Topeka jDalryini? Mrs. Blna A. OJIs, Topeka Entertainments and Exhibits. , Mrs. Emma Trondner, Carbondale Improved Farm Machinery . . , . J. F. Maxey, Ottawa Political Economy and Parliamentary 'Laws J. P. Stevens, Vellsville Co-operate Commerce and Finance.. Robert Hanson, Concordia Firs Insurance IL Baughman, Bnrrton Lifa Insurance 8. D. Cooley, Topeka...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 September 1895

THE GREAT SEPTEMBER EVENT. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO LI AIL ORDER WE HAVE THE GOODS AT PRICES TO SUIT YOU. 10DEL SUPPLY. ST Nos. 200, 202, 204, 206, 208, 210 and 212 East Sixth Street. GROCERY DEPARTMENT. Arbuckle's Coffee, per pig., 190. Lion Coffee, per pig., i;c. We are handling a fall line of Blanke's Exposition, brands j Golden Rio, per lb., 30c. Java and Mocha, per lb. 20c. Royal Baking Powder, Mb. can, 85c., J lb. can, 20c Dr. Price's Baking Powder, Mb. can, 85 c lb. can, 20c, Van Honten's Cocoa, Mb. can, 75c, -lb. cant 40 c, Ji-tb. can, 20 c. Nelson's Cocoa, per box, 40c. Jaxon Soap, 7 bars, 25 c. 811k Soap, 8 bars, 25c. Fall-bank's Brown Soap, large bars, 7 for 25c. Kirk's White Russian Soap, 8 bars, 25c. Maple Syrup, per gallon can, $L Sugar Drip Syrup, extra choice, 40c Pickles in vinegar, 20c per gallon. 5-galIon keg, 90c, Choice butter, 15c per lb. Fresh country eggs, 10 cents per dot. Kansas Cream cheese, 4 lbs. 25c New York cream cheese, 13c, 15o and 18c per lb. Llni...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 September 1895

14 THE ADVOCATE. 82?. 11 MOKMLL'S WAR RECORD. Joe Waters Calls Attention to His Brilliant Mllllary Kecord. In our last issue we reproduced an interview with Jim Hallo well in a Kansas City paper in which that gen tleman takes occasion to say some things in regard to Morrill's war rec ord which were probably not pleasing to the governor's eye. Joseph G. Waters, of this city, who served with Ilallowell in the army, immediately wrote him the following letter: "Topeka, Kas., August 31, 1895 "Hon. James JR. Hallowell: "Dear Colonel: Since the ball at Shislds' Mills, I have had nnthiog please me so badly as your interview and criticism of the war record of the commander-in-chief of the land forces ofKansa?. I "I think you malign an older, if not a better soldier than yourself. I hap pened to know you when you fit into thft war. You were nothing but a cal low colonel of the Thirty-first Indiana, and I am sorry to say, that you have been nothing better or more glorious since then. "The obje...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 September 1895

10, 1833. THE ADVOCATE. THE GREHT iiS Sonlfiwt SYSTEM. CcasdCtliif tho Commercial Centers and rich farms of MISSOURI, M Broad Corn and Wheat . Held and thriving Towns ct KANSAS, cm mtno Ulver Valleys and Trade Centers of , NEBRASKA, Tha Orand. Picturesque and Enchanting Seen crjt and the Famous Mining District of COLORADO, The) AgriOTttaral.tfrnlt, Mineral and Timber Lands, and Famous Hot Springs of ARKANSAS, fba Sesatifal Soiling Prairies and Woodlands of the INDIAN TERRITORY, The Sngar Plantations of LOUISIANA, S3 Cotton and Grain Fields, the Cattle Bang and Winter Resorts of TEXAS, Historical and Scenta OLD AND NEW MEXICO, And forms rith Its Connections the "opnl&r Winter fionte to ARIZONA AND CALIFORNIA. Tor full deorlptlT and Illustrated pamp&Uta of ay of Ui abora 8Ut, or Hot Spring,, Arte, 8aa Antonio, Texaa, axd Maxloe, a4dra Company's) H.CTOtlffiSEHD, To 'the South Th Louisville A Nashville Railroad will sell tickets on dates and under conditions as below mentioned, ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 September 1895

MARKET REPORTS. Kaunas City Litre Stock. Kassas . Citt, Sept 8. Cattle-Receipts filnt-e Saturday, 5,719; calves, 687; shipped Sat urday, 1,835 cattle, 180 calves. Tho market waa tt,eady to strong. Tho following are rcpre sensitive alo3: ; - CUKSSKD BEEF AND SHIPPING STEERS. T5 ....1,343 $3.20 22 ....1,217 $4 80 'i .....1,270 465 20 1,318 4.(50 41 1,439 4.40 60 1.334 4.30 S3 1.2W 4.30 44 1.13(1 3.B0 10 Tex .....1,010' 8.30 - TBXA8 AND INDIAN STEERS. 73 .....1,014 13.23 li'i ....1,039 3.15 65 83d 290 2i. .1,000 2.65 72 l,0O 13.30 73 1,064 3.15 53 950 2.90 2 1,183 2.50 WESTERN 8TEER3. S3i ...1,038 $130 I 21 ....1,185 13.30 19 83.7 2.83 I COLORADO 8TEEH3. 20 1,235 ia40 25 006 $3.60 NEW MEXICO COWS. 191 790 H2.55 TEXAS AND INDIAN COWS. 61 840 $3.50 1... 080 2,40 31 791 2.40 9 635 2.15 COWS AND HEIFERS. 67 40 1 733 J150 673 2.43 7S52.3 770 1.23 1 hf .1.000 $3.50 l.....i....l,'i30 3.00 1 1.3)0 4 1.137 15 Ct 1 ...1,0 0 18 1,013 4.......... 8 93 1 750 6 883 2.65 2.50 2.50 2.40 2.25 2.15 1.61...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
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