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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 15 March 1899

VOL 6 iW INER WATCHMAKER JEWELER AND OPTICIAN Clocks Watches Rings Bracelets and a fine line of Silver Ware suitable for Wedding presents Gents Watches from 2 50 to 25 Indies W00 to 1 > 30 Clocks 100 to H8 Solid Gold Rings 75 to 20 WATCHES JEWELRY AND SEWING MACHINES RE- PAIRED AND GUARANTEED Dont order Jen dry or Silverwaie in New York or Chicigo when you can get it just ns cheap in Shiner DRUGGIST AND STATIONER Ai Complete XinQ of Prugs andrPatonUMedicinesj m t aiUiiAlwayBiin Stock jt 4 SHINER PRICES VERY LOW TGXHS Choice Family Groceries FREE and PROMPT DELIVERY Leave Your Orders Prices to suit the Times CASH STORE- S A Oarnes Mgr ft feast Tiast K eceived I A Well Selected Stock Of Spring and Summer Goods At CHAS K HOIXHAKS < A Nice Line of Oxford Ties > I Will Sdl Yni Goods Attbo Veiy LowestPrices And Give You Guod Value For Your Money I J j3CMBS9tB 30DG30MIBC30eJ DOI301000030W The Best Reading for the Family We ha e made nrraiigeinents w hereby wo can offer TEXAS FARM ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 15 March 1899

Sf e Do not think for a single moment that consumption will ever strike you a sudden blow It does not come that way It creeps its way along First you think It is a little cold nothing but a little hack- ing cough then a little loss In weight then a harder cough then toe fever and the night sweats The suddenness comes when you have a hemorrhage Better stop the disease while it is yet creeping You can do It with M 1 You first notice that you cough less The pressure on the chest is lifted That feeling of suffocation is removed A cureis hastened byplaclngone of Dr Ayers Cherry Pectoral Plaster over the Chest A Boole Ffoom It Is on the Diseases of the Throat and Lungs Wrfta ua Frtioiy If y u havo any complaint whatever and tlev re the beat medical advice you ran poiilnly receive v rite tlie doctor i i freely ou will receive ttproraptreplyr without cost Ad Ireia Ult J U AVllt Lowell llui Anil Vet She Iove Illin WlrJr ° Jlils writer snjw thnt In the r MHflHLeaWnnrrkd people glow to ther Mc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 15 March 1899

Vi A girl doesnt rppml licr RoJinl en repr ns a success Unless nt lenSt tlirct enRiisement stories uiu stiutcl ou her every yenr 1000000 Sailor frui one Ship The U S Receiving Ship Vermont nan over CO years old lins liceu the i school liotwe tor Over 1000000 sallorr iThe npo ailO neeomrillvimlents nre much fhe same us Hoitetter Stomach IHitfofB which hartJ immi before the pub- lic for no years anil has cured innu- merable cases of malaria fever and BRiie besides dyspepsia and indiges- tion NumfiT of MngHrlnr In nrltaln The Newspaper Press Directory for 18t0 states thai there arc now pub- lished In the United Kingdom wqj magazines f which at least Xiao are of a decidedly religions character Com- paring 1800 with 1840 the lirst year the directory waspublished It is es- timated that In that year there were only LOO of such publications in exist- ence Almost every branch of science and thought Is now represented I HlllMK Illtn Dotrti Tapa Ileupcck was showing little Daisy the new bool o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 15 March 1899

fv X THG + GHZeTYE Itilillshcd overv Wednesday by 1 C HABEIUiACHKR iUDaoitHrjoN uatkss One Year postpaid 100 Entored at the Shiner Texas lost ollleo as seoondcJass mutter ShinerTeXas Wednesday Maroh 15 Tjib poor make no new1 friends but they lose the old ones Im innn who fails nnd does not pay tuny live to full another duy A mo whiskey pool has been consumated imolvinj interests amounting to 1128500000 Ant now it is paid a white vin egu trust is being formed Vciily this is the ago of trusts and com- binations WiAT is a first love worth except to prepaio forasecond What does a second Jove bring only legioi for thafiiMt A paitu is now being made from seaweed which is bo transparent that it may bu used instead of glass lorjw inflows peached and lemrrraWttfiMoin in mil by the socillud Cuban uili tsry assembly Tun clock and 12000 pound bell which cost Ho73 is being placed ill the tower of the new jourl house at Ilalletsvillo Cotton is now a quarter cent higher than it was this tinio last...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 15 March 1899

01TY DUUOTORY Kobt L Eachenbffrg ciswwrjt Louis Wagner Ed J Mnlr AtOKnMKN ouisiwngciier Kd F WnltorH wJ JHuobner Ed J Mcrrem C B Welhausen y fitsa Monday in ovej mgnth ft TAMA fc 3ecl TlmMJoy May a6 1898 LocKitAitv nuANCir Train No 45 arrives from Lock hart ut 1230 p m Train No 40 arrives from Yoa kum at 315 p m WACO BRANCH Train No 41 arrives from Waco at 137 p m Train No 42 arrives from Yoa kum at 221 p m A F A M The regular meetings of tho A F A M will bo held at their lodge room the first Saturday night after the full moon in each month Visiting brethren are invited to attend Sam F Navk W M L Tamkk Secy LOCAL NEWS Miss Tommio Hughes returned to Cuero last week Cotton seed irenl for sale nt C H Platos Ferd P Luck went to San An tonio lust Friday on business A fine line of laces and embroid- eries atC Mueckesi Easter comes early this year It makes Us appearance on April 2 Get 0110 of the genuine Standard CrtniTOto rSJatWVolteralBros r fSWiS A C McCown tho livery man of Gonzales wa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 15 March 1899

d K rtv hSft rfsAWliil THE GAZETTE Published Kvcry Tnuisdoy by J C IIabebmacheii Editor and Pub SUBSCRIPTION HATESs One Year postpaid II 00 Entered at the Shiner Texas pastofflce as second class mall matter SYRIAN WEDD1NCI At Which the Priest Wore a Cronn and Itobe of Oold New York Times St Peters Ro- man Catholic church was crowded on Sundaj evening with members of the Syrian colony and Americans who had been Invited to witness the wedding of Miss Shaflka Lutfy to Ellas Mack soud both of whom were born in the Christian city of Zahle Syria which was the scene of a great fight during the Christian massacres in the 60s Nearly all the members of the Lutfy and Macksoud families are now in the United States preferring to live under the stars and stripes to remaining un- der ithe banner and crescent The bride Is the daughter of Abdow Lutfy the senior partner of the firm of Lutfy Macksoud importers of oriental goods and the bridegroom Is the jun- ior partner They both belong to the Greek C...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 15 March 1899

If CRANFOKD IS DEAD Texas Congressman Passes Away at the National Capital toil OWING A LONG ILLNESS Air Cranford Represented the Fourth Con greuional DistrictWas a State Sen- ator Seyeral Years Cranford Dead Representative John W Cran ford of tho fourth congressional district of Texas diod at Wash- ington at midnight on tho 2d of heart diseaso and other complica- tions after a lingering illness Ho was born in Clark oounty Ala- bama in 1859 and at 13 was an orphan By hard struggles Mr Cranford acquncd an education and choosing tho law as his pro- fession forged to itho front as an an attoinoy but fiist coming to Texas load law under Judges Hunter and lifam at Sulphur Springs When 21 ho was ad- mitted to tho bar and bocamo tho junior mombor of tho law firm of Hunter Putnam Cran ford Ho was elected stato sen- ator in 1888 and leolectod in 1892 He was chosen piesidcnt pro torn of the senato being tho joungost man who over held that position Cranford was elected to tho fifty fifth congre...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 15 March 1899

I t iHE TEEET BANGER > PL AG It Was Lost by The Standard Bearer And Afterward Found by The EnemyBit of History Austin Texas March 8 Cap- tain 13 M Phelps quartmastor of tlitTexas rangers was a member ijf company O Torrytt Toxhh ran erst and is familiar with tho inci dunt relating to the regiment of Indiana union soldiers coming into piwuoesion of tho flag which is to be returned to tho original owners at an early day Captain PhelpB said today Tho action of the Indiana legis- lature iu passing n concurrent res- olution to restore one of the battle lings of Terrys rangers and the patriotic spirit in which such action was had is an evidencoof the union now existing between the north and iouth and it is to bo hoped that that this follow feeling and sympa- thy between the tow sections may enntinuo forever A brief history of this Hag and an account of how it came to lall into the hands of the Indiana regiment is probably of public interestat this time During the month of August 18U4 be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 29 March 1899

VOL 0 7S fl t s th SHINER LAVACA COUNTY TEXAS C L WILLIAMS Dealer in BeaL Estate Lumber and Shingles ONUhaf nibemd cypress lumber cypre iiikit < and moulding sifh iImii blinds and builders hardwnie Mountain chtr and PoHOalc PMts liiick limuaid coinent Wiiukegan nrul Hidden Barb U r Siirlc Wire Hodge Wire Fonro Unhhur mixed punts volte litd < ii vanii lies ifcc Studebakcr Old Hieknry and I liiiifuru wagons Extra witon and hngg tonguef and eMittn EMn u ag > n wheels Hurk Surriei Phiotnn Buggies and KuiiiclHiiilili Extri buggy mid hack tnii Singly and double harne > i hfuHesi and collars Slairier Toasts 1 Eancii < WATCHMAKER JEWELER AND OPTICIAN Clocks Watches tings Bracelets and a fine Hoc of Sliver Ware suitable for Wedding presents CJentb Watches from 2 50 to 25 Ladies 400 to MO Clucks 100 tu 18 Solid Gold Rings 7 > to 20 WATCHES JEWELRY AND- S E WIN 5 M A C HI N KS R E PA1KED AND GUARANTEED Dont order Jewelry or Silverware in New York or Chicago whon Von can get i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 29 March 1899

I USTEMF We are Subscription Book Publisher Can furnish nny book published Have 4 pooka written by Negroes Exery colored Jmmity vnll buy one or more Agents having a harvest Outfttrw J The Pioneer Medicine is Ayers Sarsawrilla have confidence at once CAN BE SPENT VERY PLEASANTLY AMONG a The Ozarks Of Arkansas THE CRESCENT HOTEL AT EUREKA SPRINGS WAS OPENED TOR THE SEASON ON FEBRUARY 23 AND EXCURSION TICKETS MAY BE PURCHASED AT ANY TIME VIA THE SANTAFEROUTE WRITE TOR PARTICULARS W S KEENAN Gcnl Passenger Agent GALVESTON Knormoua commissions Kewmei YanttdonsaJary Handsomest firetniuiHStvernttertd Agents wanted J T HALEY Of NASHVILLE TEHH nnnDCV new discovery ms UrVW 0 I quick relief and cures worst cases Book of teattmootels and 10 days treat- ment Free Dr HHSRf kve iuis is atlaau ea WANTEDCase of bad nealth tbat 111 rAN S- will not benefit Send 5 cents to Rlpans Cbemlcal Co New York for 10 samples and 1 Ooo testimonials W N U HOUSTON NO IS 1BQO Ubca Aosucriog AcHerrljemeats Kludlr Hco...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 29 March 1899

Horrible Crime Groat excitement prevailed nt Hutchinson Kun when tlio cor- oner nnd his assistants removed from tlio debris of John Moores residence tho bodies of Ids fivo littlo children Wlion tlio firemen and neighbors entorod tho house tho father was tho only member of tho family outside While tho building was still burning it is al- leged Moore mounted his horse and rode away Tho coroners inquest rovealed tho fact that a- foul crimo had been committed Tlio skull of caoli child had boon indented and all but ono had been stabbed in tlio neck and their lit tlo bodies wore badly burned Wlion tho father was called before the coroners jury to testify he said that ho was awakened by the smoke and that ho found tho house on firo all over It was fif- teen minutes ho said beforo ho recovered his senses and that ho did not try to save his children because ho know they must bo dead as tho firo had started iu tho room in which thoy were His riding away from the firo ho ex plained by stating ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 29 March 1899

w TH9 + GKZ6TTE Published evoiv Wednesday by 7 C 1IA15KRMACHKR SUUBOniPTION HATU One Year iojtj > ald flu c as scoondi lass matter ShinerTexaa Wednesday March 29 Tim Popo is siidto bo slowlv dying Corn is polling on tho streets of Taylor nt 2 < > cents n bushel Middlino cotton lias dropped hack to six ccnta in Houston and Galveston Tin nnmnJ reunion of Terrys Texas Ringer is to bo held at Vic- toria on June Oth Judge Oavin hi ordered i change i venue ip llm Ratley case from OraUeston to Livingston > Polk > ounty Tin spectacle in tho Philippines is not u veiy enlightened oiu for the clo e of tne ninetienth century ehihiitiin Maich iW is Good Friday and April A Hihter Hundoy In Fihh Miinble circles outer eo ttiiieu will then help vigue Tut hlnngtittr in the Philippines j at itn bright This great and glorious government of ours seems tu hiue forgotten its origin Lcau L Von Nostiiand proprie tnr u the Fayette County Mtrble Work made an Ubbigmmint liit ieel tmuuuy J WK Hol...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 29 March 1899

ci v > uii onii i Mlvor Poht L Esehcnburg Treasurer Limit Wagener Scoiutfiry Ed J Mnir LoillS Wag HIT IM K J ir Huebnei Ed J Withers Merrcm C U Welhansen t Tho City Council meets cit the list Monday in every mouth NUW TlMfi TABLE n Uffoct Thursday May 36 1UC1CII > HT iilUNCIt Train No 43 urrnes from I < ocl liirtut 1230 j > 111 Trnin No 4C arrives from You ktun t U1I > p m WACO DHAXCII Train No 41 arrives from Waco at 137 p in Trnin No 42 arrives from Yoa kui11 at 1221 p m aTf A M Thu regular meetings of the A F A A M X111 ho Held sit their lodge rmftnthis lirsl Saturday night after tin fitll moon in each month Veiling bietlnen nro invited to attend Sam P NaveAV M I I amkk hecy LOCAL NEWS Cotton seed iruul fursaloat C II Flnton Monltin is to celebrate tho close of lent on Monday April 3d New crop Itibbon C1110 M6las tes at tie Cash Store A Rood lain jilpt now would be gladly welcomed by everybody A fine line of laces and embroid enes at C Muecfcos Clinn Jackaon of Moi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 29 March 1899

fc1 7 THE GAZETTE Published Every TbuMdoy by J C llABEBitACHER Editor anil Pub SUBSCIUPTION RATES One Year postpaid < 100 Entered at the Bhlner Texas pcitofflco ia second class mall natter MISS GOULDS REFUSALS Receives So Many Offers That Stereo- typed Ammr Is Necessary Helen Gould suggests In no way the owner of millions She goes about her sitting room which li the second story front of the old house in Tarry town dressed In the sort of gown which a maid or a country senmstrcsa might have made her hair brushed boberly away from her face and some- times even an oldfashioned white apron to protect her dress There are thousands of girls in New York whose fathers wonder where the money to buy their clothes and matinee tickets is to come from who lead a more ele- gant existence than this simple young woman Miss Gould has all the old fashioned habits of thought as well as the oldfashioned virtues Four years ago she gave a confidence to an Intimate friend sayB the New York World There ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 29 March 1899

A BaUlp Fought on the Streets of the Border City N EXPOI ICEMAN WAS KILIED n an Attemot to Disperse the Rioters Capt Rogers of the State Rangers Was Shot Also a Wo nan Tho Laredo Trouble In pursuance of tho request of Dr Blunt etuto rangara wont to Laredo to assist him in his efforts to remove smallpox patients to tho pest house Adjutant Gen- eral Scurry also went to tho seeno of tho trouble By request of Gov Siyers tho war ilopaitmont ordered tioops from Kort Mcin- tosh On tho 20th tho rangers made an attempt to dispoiso tho rnob Agipito Iloirera an ex polipcman who was leading tho rioters with a Winchester and another Mexican woio killed and a Mexican woman and Capt Kog ers of tho rangers wounded Tho United Stntos tioops a detach- ment of tho tenth cavalry ar- rived from Foit Mcintosh with 100 rounds of ammunition Tho leader of tho first crowd encoun- tered by tho military undertook to stop thorn Ilo was ptomptly t knocked down with tho butt end of a carbtno and so badly hurt that...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 29 March 1899

w tw rv THE MAd BTEWAAT 0A8E Hillabor Mar < h Twin 1 Sluaart ot this idly ih in reoipt ol n lettci Iroui his brother Mao btowart staling thivt tho ourt i eaMatioii bab allium d < ht Ucctt f mi of the lower court which Itavit him Hlill under sentence to bo shot Hi > in tlmgul Httli iiixiidutuiit a jolieoinm lbero mo two other taunts to which M o Stew ait can uppoal but ho writes that ho bo out it uill > o wisest to niipeil b Vrcudenl Diat tin portion a it ho suciecdcd in tbo other court in tttng his penalty Itisenod the teidvnt would perhaps nut o uhlv irnut a piidon as bo might be lieitli penaltystill hung over 1 11 ocneral Ueuvins of Dick 1 uliu cimp Houston will piub ly blirtto Chihuahua today or noiunv to bee Mao Stewart Hid i sou ill prepuu and ptcscn I a Mtavn for 1 pardon Xlir fonfedorate EflUataa A Charleston S C n tho 10th llthvl2thandl3tb Bot Mijtho City of Charles n S f will tbjow widu her boa < uble gate and welcome to hei arth stones tbo United Confud 1 ue...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 5 April 1899

1 r A 01 y j Y VOL 6 m Gents Watches from 50 to 2 > Ladies 400 In WO Clocks 100 lo 18 iSolid Gold Ringi 75 to 20 watches jewelry and- s e wing m a c h i n es it e paired and guaranteed Dont order Jowclry or 8ilvorworo in New York or Chicago when jjou can get it just as cheap in Shiner Aixga Grave DRUGGIST AND STATIONER A Complete Lino of Drugs and Patent Medicines AlwuvsJn Stock A t t jti School Books and Stationery PRICES VERY LOW SHINER TGXHS Choice Family Groceries FREE and PROMPT DELIVERY Leave Your Orders Prices to suit the Times CASH STORE- S A Carries Mgr 53033 CU 3C3S SJEJS2 > EJ > S e E E > EaEae E 3 Si > 2 W S2 mS m JUST RECEIVED A Well Sclented Stock Of Spring and Summer Goods At G Chas K Holchaks < f A Nice Line of Oxford Ties > I Will Sell Yo i Goods At the Very Lowest Prices E And Give You Good Value For Your Money ESlS5tSOCDrHt3l3rai3 SC3 3J3G3 E3 33 3t3 3e52rai We have made arrangements i hereby we can offer TEXAS FARM and RANCH AND The Shiner Ga...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 5 April 1899

A GRAND LADY OF ILLINOIS Mrs Luclnda B Chandler of Chi- cago Is tho Honorable President of tte Illinois Womans Press Assoclal tlon Honorable President of the Bo clety for the Promotion of Health LUCINDI1 CHANDLER I of rhtctiKo i founder of tho JIar reh fuJ Sq clety for the studyof tcdndmlcs and Governments and also President of Chicago Moral EducnUqnal crj clety Mrs Chandler Is an anion friend of Poruna and In writing to Dr Hartman i ed as follows WE CANT MAKE anybeiterinUthan we do we dont know how to We can make poorer and cheaper ink but we wont Sunny booklet oilthe adbjcict SfiVs stat I Chicago Jan C 1S9D Dear Doctor I suhpoje every one that Is conflnedto tlietl desknndhot getting the requlred + pmount of exec < else will soonpr or Ihter sjiffer with catarrh of tho stoninMi atlO Indiges- tion I know by experience that P > runa is a most excellent remedy for these complaints It has relieved me and several of my friends baio used It with tho same satisfactory results Yours v...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 5 April 1899

h Arkansas Xjuckbigs 4 Reports received from Little River county Arkansas are to the effect that six more coloretl men have boon lynched by whito citizens It is chaiged that Duck ott who was strung up on tlio 21st for the murder of u farmer had frequently tried to get col- ored in on in thnj county to vyngo a war against tHo whites and the claim is made tEat tho six men lynched had agreed to join him Two othois wore whipped Groat excitement prevails among the coloiod pcoplo in that county and many of them have loft Dallas Clinrtor Discussed t On tho 2ith in tho houso the Dallas chaiterras discussed at considerable length Tho com mitteo amendments wcio adopted Messrs McKamy and Wofaton ad- dressed tho house in advocacy of tho measure Final action was deferred Thoscnato engrossed tho bill paouding for a normul school at San Mm cos and tabled convict parolo bill Bill requiring foroign born citi- zens to declaio their intention of becoming citizens six months be- fore an election in ord...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 5 April 1899

TH6 + CHZeTTE Published ovctv WpJiimiIbv bv J C IlAREItMACHEU HUllSCUtPTinK KATES Una 1 car postpaid tloo Kntorii nt the Shiner Texwlo t oflleo mftfeomlflnss matter Shiner Texas Wednesday April 6 Til at Sun Anpelo yearling cattle nre brlngine 1600 a liead 1 Tub Rio Grando river is said to lw lower now tlinn ever before in its history The Bubjiigntinn of tho Philip- pines is cwtlns this country much blood nn < f treasure FOjTttrt has began in Samoa precipitated it w M by the action of the Gennnii consul Tun burden of imperialism be Riiii to rent heavily on the Wash ington government Ijiitxiausm will prove the rock on uhUi tne McKinley adinlnjs trniion wfll iipHt in 1900 Jons Wanamakhu pays 25000 a niopthi lite yuir round for adver- tising hit Philadelphia store Tiiakk to ttm Sticker Schulen burg in tqlmvua new pOi > tollice Next in order ill bo i new bank Root O Imiehkiii was right when he characterized tho war in the Philippines sib tho greateid cmne of the nineteenth century ...

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