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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 December 1895

THE ADVOCATE. AMONG QUEER PEOPLE. the Hairy Ainu Are the Moit Peculiar Na tion In the World. ! Hokkaido is the name given by the Japanese to the island of Yezo, with all the smaller islands near its coast, to gether with the Kurile group. Thus the Hokkaido extends, roughly speak ing, from 41 to 51 degrees latitude north, and between 139 and 157 degrees longitude east of Greenwich. It is in Yezo particularly that the large num ber of Ainu are found, while a few live in the islands of Kunashiri, Etorofu and Bhikotan. The Ainu are a race of people whose strange peculiarity is that they are cov ered with hair all over the body, al most as monkeys are. Their faces are not quite so hirsute, though the hair on the scalp begins to grow low on the forehead, and the beard of the men be gins from right under the eyes. Their eyebrows are thick and shaggy, and oc casionally they even have a few coarse hairs growing on the nose. The wom en, who are not supplied with such a luxuriant growth of hai...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 December 1895

TSaESa ADVOOATS. vly.f 'MVtS ."J K s t v HOW to MAKE MONEY Agents rnaketnoney fast selling PERFECTION DI3H WA8HERS. Washe and dries la two minutes. Sella at sight For particulars write FE2FXCTI0N MANUFACTURING IO., Jjr&WOr As Englawood P. 0., Chicago, I1L ;.J . r r pp i r.i r 1-i 1 u m nn If they are rightly managed and cared (;) forare larger than from any other ! ) stock. If you would know how to make f2 J ; money on poultry, whether on a farm ; ) or in village or suburb, subscribe to GUDCOIL PL017 yiiWrouiiry 8KMI-M02TTHLY. V (, j a to jwgv rv unmiui oi practical in? ( ( ) formation gained by the actual expert jMence of Its editors, and of profitable V ) ingestions from the most successful ? I) poultry raisers all over the country. C j You can't afford to be without Farm- C l Voaltry, If you raise, or intend to raise, t) poultry. $ 1.00 a year; 50c for fl months. Q O ' Sample copy Dialled for 3 ont. C 'h 8. J01UT8OX A CO., 41 Com House St. C BOSTOX, M ISS. S SpecIaUf4-" f des...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 December 1895

TiaSl ADVbOATE. SAVE MO ney; TO CALZPOENIA is oar Sleeping Car Rate on the Phillips-Bock Island Tourist Exc arsions, from Kansas City and kindred distant cities on the ronte of this car, to San Francisco and Los Angeles. The cars nave upnoisterea spring seats, are ran man build and appointment perfect. Yon hare a special manager on the car all the way, and excursions run twice a week, leaving Kansas City every Wednesday running via Topeka, Wichita, Ft. Worth and 1 Paso, to JjOS Angeies, a superD souinern route. re nowned for Its clement weather, low altitude and complete freedom from snow blockades, ana leaving Kansas city every jrnaay, run ning via the famed 8cenio Route (D. & R. 6. R. R.) the onlv line through Salt Lake, to San Francisco and Los Angeles. Save money by taking this popular mode of travel. Address for full particulars. T. J. ANDERSON. A. G. T. & P. A. Topeka. Kan. J NO. SEBASTIAN, (4. r. A, Chicago. : iitiwiiv' SOLID THROUGH FROM KANSAS CITY and St. JOSEPH -t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 18 December 1895

MAnitETJKPOnTS.'- ' KflEj At City Lh Stock. i13 Crrr, Dea. 13. -Cattle Receipts '..irla, 6,211; calves, 113: shipped ' 1"':3 cjktllo, nn calvei The market ' - illy steay. The following are rep LiS'fiKO in) DRESSED IBEST' 8TKEHS ,, 3.4 $t VS ,I.r 0 3 8J ..1,1 i,pvj 1,? ) ........3,3-) 1,-1 .... ....1.07 3.73 a so 3.40 8.25 No. Ava. Price. 60..... 1,520 83.80 i.. im 8.7 22 .....1,890 18.... 1,187 24 1,874 SO...... ....1,311 SO Dak....l,3" 20. ........ .1,163 a 70 aeo a 45 3.39 3.15 lXtn A3TD INDUS STMEHS. SJI.si WA U25 1't ....1.024 8.10 7 tlnd l.Ctd 2.90 Hal...... 1,130 2.75 30 fed 030 $3.15 23 Ind...... 1,004 2,05 11..; 937 80 4 806 2.25 WKSTZax 8TEEB3. H l9 tlJJO 11 ..1,118 $3.33 it) ...;.i,c& 135 9.... m &15 t. ......... m t2.8o I ' WESTS; cows. '21. ......... 872 83.30 21 can..... 810 11.80 COLORADO COWS. M M4 82.35 2.......... 933 $2.00 TEXAS AND IMMAH COWS. 14. ......... 797 12.30 23helf 60312.50 I 1.079 2.20 43 803 2.13 W.......... 68 2.00 1 520- 2.00 cows A5D Hsirssa....

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 December 1895

VOL. VII., NO. 52. TOPEKA, KANSAS, DECEMBER 25, 1895. ' 81.00 A YEAE. EMERGENCY BILLS. Bonds and the Tariff the Only Measures of Belief, So Republicans Say. Washington, D.C., December 23. -The House Republicans will introduce on the day after Christmas and pass within the week two bills in response to President Cleveland's message of appeal for help for the treasury. One of these two will be a tariff bill to increase the revenue, the other a financial plan to maintain the gold reserve and prevent alleged existing trouble with greenbacks. This party plan has been perfected by two meetings of the Republicans of the Ways and Means committee; the first held Saturday night, at which was pres ent Speaker Reed and other leaders; the second this afternoon. Although strong efforts were made to preserve secrecy concerning the details of the plan, its fea tures have been obtained by the Asso ciated Press from unquestionable au thority. N The tariff bill will be entitled "a bill to increase the...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 December 1895

teeis advocate. DECEMBER 5, in, i in ii ?;axaBESSiOHAL funeeals. ; . r?:pest Dacs Net Beaand aa Expensive .'Flearore Trip. .hjEcaior Senator from Kansas has jV.:."rstt-Yms an extensive study of the cilntr-ant methods practiced at Con jjrsrsioaal funerals, and has introduced in 5 Senate a bill providing that in case i f tha death of any member of either lidua 3 within the Umit3 of the District of Columbia daring a Boeaion of Congress, d committee shall be appointed to prop erly prepr-re and encase the body and each committee shall forward it to his home in "charge of a sergeant-at-arms. Tha bill for each attention shall be paid for at public expense and that no other item cf expense of any kind in connec tion with the funeral shall be so paid. Ths bill i3 first on the calendar, and on December 12 Senator Peffer made some cxtanfod remarks in support of it, from which the following are extracts: "Mr. President, my attention was first tlnva to the subject of Congressional baorab by crit...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 December 1895

TSSEJ ADTOOAT: n . o r HOT ASHAMED OF OUR STATE. Congressman Baker Will Do AnjtMc? to Benefit the State. , Congressman Baker, of the Big Sixth, is now the only Populist member of the lower house of Congress from Kansas, and he is one of the beet Representatives the State ever had; While the redeemer lawyers are hustling for positions on committees and zealously watching for opportunities to manufacture political buncombe, Mr. Baker is quietly attend ing to business and watching for oppor tunities to cast his vote for such measures as will benefit the people of the State which he so ably represents. The following is an extract from an in terview with Mr. Baker, which shows that he is prepared to do his best for the State without regard to the political sig nificance of the measures introduced. He says: "I am a Kansas man through and through and am for anything which will benefit the State. A member of the Kansas delegation was conferring with me the other day in regard to some leg is...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 December 1895

4 THE ADVOCATE. DECEMBER 23, f:7 ' -J7 ft , gum-; MBSu 2T. ri; p. A. PCJLI13XJ KVIIT WXDSMDAT BY THE ADTCGATE FOBLIBHIIO GO.. C01 Jackson Street, . -J0F22A, - KANSAS. Single Insertion: Display matter, 15 cents par tMrat line, (14 linos to Inch). Reading notices, 88 cents par line, (count lines). Copy or electro should reach thla offloe M on d&y nioniinj to insure Insertion tn following ldUS. Electro tnutthm metal bass, 13-em columns (Ji laches). 01.00 PEIt YEAR, Xntsred at th pottoffic at Topeka, Sans, m second class matter. w d2mahd thx pbib and unlimited cc25agi of silver a2id cold at th3 i'szssst legal katio of 16 to 1. 0:4 aha Populist Platform. When trading with oar advertisers tell them you Baw their advertisment la the aovocATE. It will cost you nothing and will help us. Ekad the communication from Mr. Wakefield in this issue on the prefer ential ballot. It U an able presenta tion of an important subject. Down with the Btock gamblers and fccid sharks who are preying on th...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 December 1895

'S 185T THE ADVOCATE EXPOSE THE HUMBUG. Political demagogues are seeking to revive the sham battle upon the tariff question, hoping thereby to divert at tention from the living questions of the hour in the approaching national contest. The "tariff -for revenue" re formers in the last Congress modified theMcKinley law sufficiently to give it a Democratic taint, and the "protection-to-American-labor" patriots now attribute all the ills of these degenerate times to the changes thus affected. They eay that the outflow of gold to Europe, the . bo called embarrassments of the United States treasury in con sequence thereof , together with a mul titude of other things which they ac knowledga to be badly out of joint, are owing to a deficiency of the reve nues resulting from the free trade fea tures of the Democratic tariff laws. To the uninformed such nonsense may seem plausible, but an examination of our actual imports for the last year of the McKinley law and the first year of Wilson law ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 December 1895

TPIHJ ADVOCATE. DECEMBER 5, CLEVELAND'S WAll MESSAGE Vtr VXth Gnat Erttala the Popular "Fad" Washington, December 17.Prcsl 4?:LtCl3vaIani'8 message on tha con t:erersy between thia nation und Great Eiitaia regarding the arbitration of tt3 boundary lino dispute between Ven ezuela end British Guiana reached Con pre: 9 r.t coon. It waa as follows: o ft. . ;v ?55: In ray annual message r J,.! . ,.!t) Congress on the 3d inst., I c V J . iijaa to the pending bound tiy controversy between Great Britain i the Republic of Venezuela and re cited the substance of representation t2zid by this government to her Brit tanis majesty's government suggesting .reasons why such dispute. should be submitted to arbitration for settlement crd inquiring whether it would be cubmitted. The answer from the British governmentwhich was then waited, has since been received, and toother with the dispatch to which it fs a reply Is hereto appended. It will be tzzn that one of. these communica tions la devoted exclu...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 December 1895

THE ADVO OATS. THE PREFERENTIAL BALLOT. editor advocate: I am sur prised that so important, fundamental and far-reaching reform measure as the Hare system of voting: receives eo little notice or support from the alleged "reform press" of Kansas. This lack of interest can be accounted for only cn the theory that reform editors have been too busy in their endless and wearisome repetitions of their one thought on fiat money and the non sequitur results thereof to have paid the attention they should do to practical questions of real reform To accomplish any work of value requires-proper tools and machinery for that purpose, and to assert that we are just dying to give the peo pie reform, while refusing or neglect ing to secure for them the means of quickly and surely inaugurating any and all reforms desired, is too incon sistent a position to command respect and enthusiastic support. "Reform editors should keep abreast with the procession and not sit in a fence corner and gnaw their one...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 December 1895

3 THE ADVOCATE. DECEMBER 25, ST. e News- About Kansas. A joint row la on at Smith Center, " Newton is. Boon to be a telephone tov.a. ' Loland announces that he Is for Mc- Kialay. V A good deal of snow fell In western Kansas last week. A Netawaka man is buying 4,000 bushels of corn daily. A broom factory is a new enterprise scheduled for Santa Fe. Ness county (Populist) has in its treasury 030,000 in cash. Droit's fire department kept losses down to $500 in that town this year. It cost 3,000 mora to run Republi can Brown county than it did last year. Governor Morrill plays whist. Gov ernor Lewelling's favorite game was J. Jolly Jones, , of Arkansas City, wants to run the Congressional res tiurant The Sunflower, by A. A. 'King and Fred 0. Ayers, is a new Populi3t paper atllolton. , E. 0. Trask is now in control of the Madison Gtar again. He succeeds Mr. Yearont. Tha Atchison Champion (Rep.) says Dick Blue talks entirely too much with his mouth. - It ia reported that the Anthony Jour n...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 December 1895

1805. THE ADVOCATE. 9 NOTES ANDCOMMENT. Missouri's State debt is $5,434,000. Ten thousand New York tailors are striking. A Texas man raised 1,193 watermelons at a cost of 150. Alabama will build a cotton factory at the penitentiary. There are two colored members of the Ohio Legislature. Horace Greeley is running a newspaper at Alexandria, Iowa. C. Vincent is now editor of the Farm Rec ordat Indianapolis. The gold output of Colorado is now est! mated at $1,000,000 daily. There is an extensive strike on the Phil adelphia street railroads. Over 5,000 coal miners in the Indian Ter ritory are out on a strike. The Free Silver League of Nebraska is a new organization at Lincoln. Dr. Fraker, the Insurance swindler, has been released from jail on a bond. The Wine and Spirit Gazette says that there are 135 saloons in Jerusalem. Pullman and the Armours have recently received infernal machines in their mail. The National Womans' Suffrage Associa tion will meet at Washington January 13. The law ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 December 1895

10 THE ADVOCATE. DECE1IBER 25, FKANK R. SHEOTIN. 3t.it la the Nick of Time He Eescaod the 1)333 Tax-titled Maxwell Lain! Grant. -. -.; , , -Tfca . unction ; bell was , rang la the trX little burgrof Cimarron, N. M., ca January 23, 1377, by the jailor, who, JccoJoly, ha went about from hori3e to house, would occasionally cry oat: "ilax-jirdl pant for sale at John Lee's ccurt bonsai" What did It mean? Why, the Sheriff, Rlaehart, let what It meant lz& oat. .' It meant this: : "It's a good inyeatment for Catron (Elklns' partner). For, you see, It is jest Ulxa thb: If the Dutch don't step In and foreclose their mortgage Inside cf two 'years from the date of this sale, Ten will have a perfected tax-title to tho 'grant' tinder the law of New Mex ico; but if the Dutch do step in to fore clo:3 In due tline, they'll have to come dorn handsome or they'll get no Max ell grant." , . A 'KECEIVEK. .Itec-ems, however, that Elklns and Citron were hardly expecting a mort rz foreclosure by the Dut...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 December 1895

I IK5. THE ADVOOATS. 11 FEAUDULEUT CLAIMS. Enforcement of law at Wichita a Complete Farce. In a recent inter Tie w printed in the Topeka Capital, Police Commissioner Lieurance, of Wichita, states that the law is being satisfactorily enforced in that city and that the number of places which are violating the law has been reduced to thirteen. It would not seem that the presence of thirteen drinking places would have a tendency to satisfy the people that an honest effort was being made to enforce the prohibitory law. Otie would naturally be led to inquire why these thirteen places were not wiped out. But now comes the Wichita Beacon with a state ment that there are thirteen such places and fourteen more, making a total of twenty-seven in all. The Beacon states that this does not In -elude all such places, but that these are the number the location of which is known generally by the public. The following is the Beacon's statement of the location of liquor-selling establishments: "On Dou...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 December 1895

TISSD ADVOCATE. DECEMBER 25, "Wall, Sah! Wah!" Now tail oa wlsaVtwaa all about," ' . Vo.i.-T Pt9Tkia he cries; j - " 1 lit .ia WlSUelraine looks np V isli woT3,ar-witlnff eyej; cnV tell us all about the war, Aid w bat they fought each other for." . was the Ecgtlsh," Kaspar cried, " 7ho pat thj French to route ; Cut what thy fought each other for, I cool' not well make out; But everybody noid," quoth ho. "That 'twas a fHious victory." Southey's BaHle of Blenheim. A msn may show himself a most ' ;n$lom donkey and yet not be a Wil ! n Tell. A man does pot conclu -', ,r,ly prove himself a patriot by getting i . ) a lunatic J3ylum. In short, it is " lb!3 for a mzn to cry loudly for r . , and still b5 only a plain, every k ..iapidfocl. .."" Iboj remarks are qulta necessary just itsw.whsaBo'iaany thousands of "patri- ctics ' people axe clamoring to thrash th 3 British Into raccinition of a pre-ilcm- article of our political creed ii!io.;n by cams and'the name of it to cU r. :-73t of them k...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 December 1895

1S95. THE ADVOOAT3. THE DECISION REVIEWED. Kansas Papers Talk About the Court and Redemption Law. This 13 a grand decision. HU1 City Reville (Pop.). It increases our "respect for David Martin. Topeka Democrat (Dem.). Chief Justice Martia is the right man in the right place. Ellsworth Populist (Pop.). Once in a while you find a g. o. p man who thinks more of his country than his party. Council Grove Courier (Pop.). Now that Justice Martin agrees with Mr. Allen it begins to look like this State has a court of justice Salina Union (Pop.). Tho Kansas Supreme court seems to have rendered a decision in favor of the people as against the money power Abilene Monitor (Pop.). The decision will be hailed with joy by thousands who have an opportu nity to make one more hard effort to save their homes. Emporia Times N(Pop.). It eeems that at last there are two Judges upon the Supreme bench in this State who can decide a case as it ought to be decided. Cottonwood Falls Reveille (Pop.). The decisio...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 December 1895

3 Vi.) Vf aMkU 1 aix....- Kliwij,TwwtiOTwtw,t '.' '.tv.i,It,v.;M'M-'&-,t!;:,J'.'tliA.; I Ins CLUB OF FIVE. V;'.. .: ' 'j,. : '....i't ! ;:.,r r'" . i - i. ' j i : ") (I'v-ztidza tiutan K;;.hi v;v't!),an3vcrs-tltL3rec3iyi!;h., ; t U loirs?" V'lt'a g'cbj c5 . ?r- :fct" U'kJU? ."Tllirj; on ca-' ,. loj.'v : ... . , .; i".r Loy wa3 nskodj '"Vhat ia a I v - .is r MA fallow " that ' has a an J chain," he replied, 'Mdinj, , ha fivy that hi3 answer was cot . ,Ujr I'atJ-iL-.ctny: "atd loves Ja ils eti'Jjntly thought the latter . , l of hit answer should atone for , eaku.f j Lii the former part. A 'ay school chllj told her day-school ' 'i.r that "Missionaries are ruea who t Eionay,'. "Aiia. was a good fcxan -ti:r.2d la the Bible," "Ale&eval j .vkhi-d inan who has beefl tempt " "rpicure U n man who llkea a :zrja are often mirth-provoking1. word "lad" occurred in the pri y readli. "'What is ajtad?" lu ll ;u tee teacner. A very eaiau gin rercd: "A tiling ' for courting' rcserat, he drinks...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 December 1895

A C Which Would Delight th Heart of any Young Mother. One of the daintiest gifts which could 1 ,1 made for a young mother, and one, i inn. which aha would be aura to aonrfl" i a 3 a - t f . ,1 ciate ana ana very useim, is a caso xur ( tha patterns of baby clothes which will ba sure to accumulate. To make such , a case you must purchase one dozen 7 larj? e white envelopes at least nine and a half bv four and a half inches in size. Very handsome envelopes may readily be made from some of the heavy white art papers, sold at any art stationery store, by using a common envelope for a pattern. When the envelopes are ready, cut a small hole through each lower corner of the entire twelve. Now place them in a pile, all opening the same way, and run a piece of white silk elastic through the holes at each end. Do not draw it tightly, but sew the ends loosely together so that the AnvAlnnoq Trifiv he onened like the leaves of a book. When each elastic is Joined sew on a pretty bow of white ribbo...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 December 1895

;D700A! 1 -I1.. '1'-' CiilUa RecelpH ' .:S':.;-,f;-IW3, 113; sWppil Sat-. . '. . c 0, -.cm;s. Tea -.market .;wn.i ; ' v ! !, tinker ni active; The followlr,j ' .'iiii'.le sa'.cs: '. ',.".':.; i-l-jisjnras'o pit 'eo ' tragr snvx ' '' ', 'AVf. PvV'C.INo. 'Avfc rr!c ';.i'.....'.,i;;':i'r:'rtf i s:i..,i...;..i."3 t-i. :. i? :3 W ' ' !,..... ...'.l.ikW . 3.-5 n. a 2. aw .". .......'...Jvyir"'3.!-2 -t!);.;.;v.;..1.0'3 3.55 3i.v.......I,vS4 3:...,;.,.l,1fJ' 3.49 I........,.l.:'Ct) 3.40 2......... .i,sio .aaa 2v,. I.2C0 3.1s 5 ......i.caa lis ' TttXAZ AilD INDIAN STKERS. ' .4rInoW...i,K; 83.53 I 24In4.....'.i,2iA J3.45 'stlc......l,0Vj 3.3J 12 1,137 115 x:...., 1,017 2.74 I ... ' ' HEW "MEXICO' COWS. 11......... 553ftJ.3.: 69....'.'...., r;9!2.C0 ; '' ARKANSAS S1T.U3. . ') 1.C77 13 I t.. ........ CCO t-.S5 ' '. ' OKLAHOMA 8T3EK3, 3.......... fctt 1.M , I : " CO 1,0 II A DO cowa. ' 14,...,...., 823 12.25 - J. , :. SOUtaWfiSXITHS STEERS. . DM MM'. 1 . SOSTHWEfiTEKS COWS. E ' T. ......... .)3 ...

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