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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 24 February 1922

r i il 1ft ft F XtM V all w t 1 > r V5 tfipnhlv n Ui r Partners f r nir the Phoat 3l s LPCAI AND IMIRSONAL Bora February 8f to Ur aid Urn Matt ITankins a tirl Ifrs Rom Wingo of fiiem spent x f idty U Tulla nhopplig Mm Carl Wimberloy of Lockmy peat Wodaosday with Mrs L 0 Cm r flhclls bombs etc collected from the Waltloflolds of Flandor woigh 13384 Native who ui blowpipe for hnat R invn nn accurate aim up to 50 tarda Unnt Porter returned Hunilay night ffr m a business trip to Clayton Now Msxico Ur And Mrs Anton Schmucker of Harare worn in Tulia on tfondsr Miss Ruby 1orresler lonelier of the Alexander school was shopping In Tuliri Saturday lira Hob frowilur of Silvorton is Malting Mrs 11 V Crowdor and Mrs foo rCcliohor this week Mr nnd Mrs Leslie Iorter of Hale Oontor spent the weol mil with Mr mil Mrs W A Porto WHlL DRILLlNO Vrdl jontrarTrd an I drilled Sen orwynTxf 1 MONT K < 1LRY Umpv Tcxn SI0p V S Tnjlinson returned gil n v nt < s visit with herr i v i rnnnrd at Ml icting ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 24 February 1922

ii mu man ohampion8 in ABKBTBALL OF TWO DI8TBICT8 Continued from 1ngo Ono lfht oi the indoor court at Wayland OolVopc and resulted in a victory for Tulla by n score qf 36 to 21 The third game was played Tuesday aid Prof Lockbart of tho West Texas State Normal College was tho rcfroe of the gamo Tuesday afternoon Mr Wisdom was fair and impartial in hi wmJu and many of our citi7ens wero glad to compliment him Whether in our defeat or in the victory not a word of < pirjlnint was expressed by u TuMa favor i f Emma Supreme cocadence hcweNer reipned in tie h art of every T a botister At the end of the rest pT bovi < ame back Boyal in a l its sense was the coubt thev had in mind > l > ehind by more than tho harder did they allowed their oiponf the last half one goal and three published in the Coun jneld 303ie newspajer C T making Swisher in each week for > thev upre y of onr I ° i5sfs nine field goals and four onseiutive weeks previous to the ° J ial making the score ofrctu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 24 February 1922

ft ftl sme Aspects of the Farmers Problems Ffen as well fthclr vitullry Cy BERNARD M BARUCH Reprinted fro 11 Atlantic Monthly I lole rural world li In fet unrest and there is an ua volume and intensity nf de jlf not angry protest nnd an warming of occupational con1 Intercut groupings political Fin nnd propaganda Such a Llinnot but unest our attcn indeed It demands our careful find examination It Is not like six million nloof anil ruggedly jndent men linp come togethot piled themselves into active societies fillm bureaus nnd ho r no sulllclctit en use kit Inn of the subject condu ces tluit while there Is much Kit of grievances 11 ml mis remedies lie farmers complainm of wrongs nud right in holding thnt relieve their Ills with kst of the community cuso of n industry In the raw material one third of the nu kdth pit dm Hon and kiihood f iihiiut 19 Itipuhu in it Is oh yn i is < of grnva If d o Lumen i m a iimn hut lie liulf tie na ns a wlsu inn i i largo sufui i > i > ami e ft11...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 24 February 1922

e SO 0O D o 0o 0D 0D o H IOC ftmmm rniimiMinnnKunmcuii r 1 C F SJOGREN General Auctioneer Kress Texas Special Attention Given to All Sales of whatever size 30E30E aonoc w iiijriawniiiiiiiiiiiwinniwiiB t Fresh Vegetables EVERY FRIDAY MORNING Tomatoes Cabbage Turnips and Tops Mustard Spinach Radishes Celery Beets Fresh Onions Our Seed Irish Potatoes have arrived WE PAY HIGHEST CASH PRICE foi POULTRY EGGS AND CREAM O HUXFORD I Phone 56 CASH GROCER Tulia s ronasiira 30C30C n Th Stejriiats J9 to 27 jau r md > aoi Advertised STILL GOING ON AT Hagoods Place If you have failed to call around you had better investigate now TWILL PAY YOU Many Others More Than Satisfied ASK YOUR FRIENDS I Everything on Sale NOTHING EXCLUDED You will have to see the goods and get my prices so as to appreciate them These NOT advertised prices are good till March the 14th There is something good for you here COME AND SEE DONT MISS IT Closing date of Sale March 14th D o ocaoE Hagood s Place aoaaoc aocaoc Tulia ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 March 1922

my Pi 1 7 n r 1 pd bol OTdor take orv Blnck C Vro ncv ESvye 1 roubles minuns s frrnH se Most Headaches miii iiii > n > tarinoll tl0I1 incho la pfton ntturon first varning6f oyo ntrnln with stmlv rous futttro complications If i > rour corroctlvo measures y ilnPd Indcini CONSULT OUR OPTICIAN ml In i y unions lafco only a moment for us to dotcrmino with sciont fort It fiotlicr your hoadachos aro duo to your cyos and whotiii Invostli thom > Ively prowant to soil yon Glnssoa unless you nood thorn So ovoistateiiiuvowu satisfaction without anotlior days dohy Just conception o ur oyos aro ltii Consultation frco arc riclil In v lonj endured It Is fonsllii n bcnillt n > f Tills beliij that onnti form iilor tlonaL Is t putf vlni illUt sfet Die ru eon > be in If th of ii the re Hlllllllll Klit OS V tll in jewelry JOCJOC i BltUNSWICKS aonoi l jus COLUMBIAS Fo BaVPBSI0N RECITAL I FIRE PREVENTION A NECESSITY The rtVUCrinTn pupils or a real cleanup campaign Thedfordat ting what Vl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 March 1922

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 March 1922

K fa < 3k LSj 1 Jordan Zimmermann Tulia Texas OtKIOK Over Tulla Bank Trait Oe FOR HEADHE LIVER TROUBLE BlackDraught Is The Best Medicine ThU Lady Ever Used Says It Is Only Medicine She Gives Her Children Cherry Village Ark In tolling of hor DxiiDrloifo SvKh Thedfords Black Draught Mrn Lottie Kills II F D No 1 tlila place said 1 used Black Draught ns n laxatlvu also for headache torpid llveiJand Indigestion It 1b tlio best Hvor tiffdlclno 1 havo over usod and la thu oilly mudiclno I glvo my children I feci llko It hnnVinvcd mo a lot In doctors bllla for wlien tho children complain of feeling had or havo a cold t Just bIvo thrni ti godd doso of Black Draught and they soon get nil right It certainly cleans tho liver nnd clears up tho akin and lhoy are Roon out well again I wouldnt be without It for anything Seventy ycara of successful uao has niftdo ThedfordB BlackDraught a standard houaehold remqdy Evory member of every family necda at times tho benefit that BlackDraught Klvca In h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 March 1922

THE TULIA HERALD EHOLEMAN k OlUtTA 81KI BAKNETT OBRTAK SdU r J 8 EHOLBKAN rubll h r R tered terandtlut ill U r t the xxloffif t Tvllk Tmu BobocrlpUsn Price 200 Tit 81x Kontti tliS B ISe ISB a a a u a a B a v u m E B K B B B B B B B B B B B 8 a 8 It Tir TULIA TKXAS MARCH 3 1P2C SUlfDRY OBSERVATIONS Bv Xicodcmus and indutfoii If a icung man is un lesn n Ms Kfe a tv ics firm will J not nuit lun that is tl busines > is itself lem if it be in inipiitous hns nes 4 oursp it wj1 win folks f hat tpe a helpers a oung woaa1 i tiiig a qncRtk > n after her iime due tu her iuestional If onnduct he Imsmcss folk will pass It up If Tier i ouiig nian or youne woman r ia iiitiolent slrepj o ilel the itiapis folk will not al or their Ji Yf < nic f > ere that if so healthful that families s H nitc JBBBS < will bo attracted bv its safetv Tho third if a unity of feeling in the community that will create nn ntmoiphcre I nn intangible something thnt folks will 1 feel when they enter it of bro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 March 1922

ft h v1 iT HTij Jip < v i > ih LOCAL AND IKRSONAI < J 0 Dins Ifcii wook Tho NOT j od s Place win them I am te win oniorrow Jr h b cn quite lok SWWINQ BoHritsyotifpriiYB howIbr uijawra uuni otfe Uisi DnUy Martin iiponl the week < In Amnrllln viiti j > friends The NOT AdvertUod Jrcoi nt la jrood PUeo jjood Hill March I Uh Mrs N K MeOuno and Mrs Walter TamltnNon spent the weokond In Plain lew Mrs Kermaa fUwyor of the hove immunity wn shopplac In TulU last Saturday Kansas City where he had been with ultle Knv I S Hmintri of the Vigo Inrh country spent a portion of this week in Tulia visiting with lieu 11 B DivvMin ind other friends ills Ioma lordnn teacher nf Kn lish in tho Tulia high school was sick I this week and Mrs 1 C Sfobanuh orr nbly filled her place Hob Crowder Tick Puekett md Inhn Main of SHvorton were in feln s vtrdny on their return trip frnm t > relis in Mexico on lnisins r tud Mrs W fiiutnrd r < t rn < i Wetnisiluv from Ilainview Itiv neni iivi Mond...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 March 1922

All the new things in Spring Dresses now on display at our store Our Spring Pattern Hats Arriving Daily Call and See Them HI STYLE MILLINERY COMPANY Where Women and Style get acquainted The Tulia Herald will make CLUBBING RATES to our subscribers for any newspaper or magazine POLAND CHINAS THE OBEATEST HBBD IN THE WEST ilnve some young boara from Long Orange Long Victory Bond Orange Lad and Long Standard and some bred sows Toung pigs and gilts for sale all the time All my hogi are eholtra immune Ludwig Irlbeck Two nd Half Mile South HAPPY TEXAS J f D QUALITY MEATS 3foraor 3 foraor r i B 1 FANCY GROCERIES Telephone No 3 OBOI mflMflwircgw J fupTTMwmqmija OUR Onion Sets Seed Potatoes and Garden Seed HAVE ARRIVED Lets raise a large Garden this year WE HAVE THIS WEEK Eating Potatoes per hundred 285 Mascot and Ide al Soap 25 bars 100 Good Corn per can 15c 20c and 25c Bulk Pickles per dozen 20c Gold Crown Flour per sack 210 Fresh Vegetables every Friday Morning 0 HUXF0RD USUI TB INCREASING...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 March 1922

4 1 I > ISome Aspects of the Farmer3 Problems By BERNARD M BARUCH Urpritttcd f ro u Atlantic Monthly I The whole rural world Is In a fer nwnt of unreal and then in an unparalleled volume and intensity of determined If not angry protest and a ominous swarming of occupational conferences interest RroupliiKM political movements mid propaganda Such a turmoil lutinnt tint iirrest our alien tlon Indeed It duinundH our ciireful itndv mill examination It Is not likely that six million iloof and ruggedly Independent men have com together anil limileil themselves into active anions societies form Imieiius iinil so forth for no siilllelcnt cause Investigation of the subject cnnclu l > ely proves that while there Is much overstatement of grievances itml mls conception of remedies the farmer are right In complaining of wrong Ionic cnduied and right In holding that It Is feasible to relieve their Ills with benefit to the rest of the community I This being the ease of mi industry that contri...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 March 1922

O Q Al Ov H to ot 9 s Uav Oral and 1 1 1 i g 1 E Qo Qn wPioiinniimBffiinramnffl 3oaoc 30DOC The Sale Thats o B o > < wwwvroiiwiii WANTED WE WILL PAY ISc per pound for Hens 10c per pound for Stags 6c per pound for Cocks Up to and Including March 11th 1922 We pay highest cash price for Eggs O HUXFORD Phone 56 CASH GROCER 30CIOC sy aoi If you have failed to call around you had better investigate now TWILL PAY YOU Many Others More Than Satisfied AI C YOUR FRIENDS NOTHING EXCLUDED oo viv have to ee the good and gel nv 1 iT r r tiiorj I I Tulia I irin nic x imu iu3BHJtHinramjnnKJifimi ijiitHiiii > itn iMi > iinmtiiiniiiHMmmtirdR j Li umm L iijiituL73 C F SJOGREN General Auctioneer Kress Texas Special Attention Given to All Sales of whatever size Advertised 5 STILL GOING ON AT iagooo s riace e MANY PARMER ATTEND MBBTINO AND ACmEE TO BUY COTTON SEED Pursuant to n call of llio Tullu Olmm licr of Commerce tho county court g I Mm of tie court Itouso was packed mM jllnst Saturday af...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 March 1922

M ijolume i > if r a i IT ar wf < ftwimw w wawyr 13 nit tin i lie IT lie < i l Vlti d I itlie llll < H Am I IIIM unci IM t AMI MBMI About forty of Tulias business men nd eiti7ens wero present Tuesday at ho Crystal Cafe for the regular week y luncheon with Fred Childress as lastin lister After enjoying tho splendid repast which had again been well prepared tnd served by Mr Johnston and his helpers all listened attentively to Or IV A Morrow when ho discussed City ifoalth and Sanitation After a brief business meeting R M fielder was elected general chairman if luncheons On nccount of tho basket dinner to given next Tuesday the second day If the Agricultural Short Course it s decided to hnve no luncheon on 5 t J y t C Niclioll was named as toast ator for tho luncheon on Tuesday I9MOI JMfrJ WlWWJftPJT TO VTC7U3 IWSr lonoc aocaoc New Records Come in and Listen to them Flynt Jewelry Co QRAFONOLAS BOLD ON 1ABT PATMBNTS < hoc c ti GRAHAM FOB COUNTY p JUDGE OF SWISHER COUNTY P ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 March 1922

ocaoc D o 0JOI JOI O D o D O D o D o 1 zoi o n o t o t u o D o a o a o IOC IOC caoc IOC ionoc SOE30E aocaoc H aocaoc aocaoc aoi THE KANSAS CITY WEEKLY Todays P e 1 Boe 30E30E aocaoc aocaoc aocaoc aocaoc I LIVE STOCK MARKET REPORT Kansas City Stock Yards Man h oth j The prcssion iu laasi pnes a i roved only teinporarv cattle 12 compared V i hoes and 11 0 and 14 W cattle 50 sheep a year ago Cattle tl opewt z it 1 ndl 1 hei ere 1 oair to upj J nocaoc aocaoc bile NOW 1250 P O B DETROIT Wo want a dealer In every County In Texas Your County may bo open Wo carry In stock Repair Parts for every model Hup mobile in use Send us the Model and Number of your car J R OVERSTREET IUSTRIMri > R 225 THP0CKM0RT0N STREET Phono Lamar 5518 Port Worth Texas aocaoc aocaoc ONION PLANTS NOW at KILCREASES CONFECTIONERY All Other Plants in Season Phone 193 aocaoc aoi VARIETY GOODS Jones Bargain Store aonoc 30C30E aocaoc aoi aoi tot o D o 30E30 aoi D o lor Hogs < huaso received 6nfH 1n hogs todav nid the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 March 1922

RAM SECOND DAY Forenoon 930 Song Audience Invocation Talk The Home Mrs Laws Song Audience Talk Home Building Mr Mobley BASKET DINNER Afternoon Session 130 > Mens Session i songs Audience Talk Live Stock Mr Mobley I Songs Audience j Womens Session Reel Household Conveniences Talk A Labor Saving Kitchen Mrs Laws Discussion Evening 730 General Session Songs Audience Talk Womans Work in the Community Mrs Laws Music Quartette Tnlk Cooperation Mr Mobley Songs Audience UxiVl Sheep lead tie Tulia Merchants l Special inducements to at > v the Short Course wtrtHH ITS AT HAGOODS PLACE The Sale thats NOT Advertised Entire stock at from 20 to 50 per cent dis count Goods and prices must be seen to be appreciated HAGOODS PLACE Tulia Texas TULIA PRODUCE COMPANY I GROCERIES YOU WILL LIKE at PRICES WHICH PLEASE On the Two Days 13th and 14th of March We are making a Special Price on GALLON BLUE LABEL KARO for only 60 cents TUCKER PRODUCE COMPANY SPECIAL Make our Fire Proof Garage your headquarte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 March 1922

THE TULIA HERALD ENQLEMAN ft O BRYAN Owners BARNETT 0BRYAN Editor J S ENOLEMAN Publisher Kntered is secondM mall itt the pontoffice tt Tolls Taxi Snbecriptlon Price 200 Per 8ix Montkn S1C5 HfctyVW 1 iktter Year TULIA TEXAP MARCH 10 1022 SUNDRY OBSERVATIONS Bv Nicodemu News from oilier sections of the state 101s of gardening preparations and llantinps It will not be lonp until ihnt will b < > the order of the day in Tulia Ten dollar worth of work plus wo dollnrs worth of seed plus four dol ars worth of water equals threo dollars and sixbiti worth of vegetables Now thats the v a nan put it th other day which wa ample proof that he i no pardener But he i a hu < ines man and tho cxer e he geti out of the car den toil more than compensate for the nvestment of nioney It is pond f r man to tickle tie earth a hi wltthT he pets tnuvh return in cabbage or not for he will g < return in health and a Metier spirit for other work o The rontroMf < i concerning the Ku j Klux waxes wa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 March 1922

V il f jZWh f JP LOCAL AM PERSONAL 0C30E ionoc H lc BALK comtnf vion TUB RKX ALL STORE 10tfc Mis Daisy Martin tpont tho week n4 in Amsrlllo Mr nd Mrs 8 B DltiwliMio were Anmrlllo visitor Monday 1 K Btiiloy and son Clnrk of Frlonn were In Tullii Wednosdny Judge J B Hwopston wns 11 business vliltor In Plnlnview Tuesday Arthur Dunn of the Union Hill community was in Tulln on business Monday Mr and MrM luck Reed mid dnugh tori npont Bundny nnd Monday in Cnn yo Miss IIally Hutchinson is helping with the work in tho County Olork s office thlt week K E Edmonds from tho northwest part of tho county was i Tulin visitor Wednesday Mr nnd Mm Walter Cobb of Wayside visited Mrs Emma Cnvet nnd family this week Hid Smith moved his fiimily to theO Huxford residence in tin west part it town Monday 8 L Rushing of Floydadn wan in Tulin Wednesday on business and slinking hands with friends Mrs I Horn Humpliroy of Amarillo was in Tulia Inst week visiting with hnr friend Mrs H 0 Shaw A welcome nwnits you ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 March 1922

Ji our Phone 39 mrm 20 Per Cent Discount on all WALL PAPER sold on March 13th and 14th See our windows for other specials on those days THE VARIETY STORE Hou ess TmrrssarflM ira OTM K sr w < sr SPECIAL SALE ON ALL MENS SHIRTS Monday March 13th and 14th Special Sale on all Hosiery and Underwear Tuesday March 13th and 14th Every Ladies Misses and Childrens Hat at very special prices both days Our Stock of Spring Suits Coat and Dresses is now complete Make our place your headquarters while attending the short course COOPER MERCANTILE COMPANY SALE PRICES March 13th and 14th f OSATOTONIC One 100 Bottle Free by Buying Two Bottles One 25c Cake of Jonteel Soap Fyee with 100 Purchase of Jonteel Toilet Articles 25 per cent Discount on all BoxStationery Three 25c Cans of Mennen or Colgate Talcum Powder for 50c We welcome vou to TULIA and our Store and APPRECIATE Your Business CRAWFORD PHARMACY The Rexall Store FOLLOWING PRICES GOOD DURING FARMERS SHORT COURSE ONLY Special 1 gal can Penick W...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 March 1922

fcj = = ItLBB 8ATTERWHITE EDITOR OP FANIIANMiE VAIER Innliiinillo March il ieo butler whlto formerly editor of tlio inliaii dlo Herald who for Hid last year litis ronlded in Ainarlllo has utpiin hoenmo Interested in tlm Herald mid has routin ed its editorship K K MuniiiM who has hcon editor of tho Herald since Mr iBntterwhito moved to Amnnillo And Sfis to bocumo lHincHs muiingor unl iwill havu charge of the publishing of tho Oroom lnotle and the Wliito Deer N OWS te Mr Huttorwhlto plans to make his residence in ianliandlo and Mini Mary flless yiittorwhlto 1ih daughter wlio lias lioon attending tlio Atuarlllo high school will return hero is soon as ar rangements have boon made for n home During part of tho time Mr flitter wliito was in Amnrillo lio published a livo stock and farm journal and more recently has boon connected with tin1 Texas Ia nil Huroan rodorntlon as 01 gamor mil lecturer Do is represent the from this district in tlio Texas Legislature Ainiirillo l tiii Tiihinio V i ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 March 1922

i 5 sua PEer e < er w 6 ak aka o AJ AJS nec P r e a on r i m m a m m a I i We cn now make you price 30x3 12 Usco Tire 30x3 12 Royal Cord L G CONNER Prop aSxSitosasszr At a call meeting of the Board of Commissioners of the City of Tulia called February 24th 1922 a chicken rdinance was passed of which it would be well for you to take notice A copy of the ordinance is in this week s paper and youll please take notice as to the time when this law goes into effect The commission allowed this extra time that you may make some provision for properly penning your fowls It is sin iCjeiy hoped that you will aid tho City In every way possible in enforcing this very necessary law and not cmbarras both yourself and the City by being penalized for a violation of Eimc C R WALTKRS City Manager o ELECTION NOTICE Pursuant to an order issued by H II Tracy Mayor of the City of Tulia > nwwc a trn wwmr n < > w United States Tires Good Stock of U S Tire now on hand the following 1090 1830 Gene...

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