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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 19 December 1912

>^§kj \m /j^.vfe'.'.'.!! V.'.W,V !"V'>'iV,lV,V.'" ""Ill ,Xt HiM 1 |iVi"'«'!!!!!!! ••<* MiiS! m *mmn nnttt 6y ryssa?:., •••••••!!! ••!!) HH1« ,< «««• J:?::;;:/' s rn'" More Economical Both Iji Use and Cost CALUMET BAKING POWDER — And it does better work. Simply follow your customary method of preparation — add a little less of Calumet than when using ordi- nary baking powder. Then watch the result. Light, fluffy, and even- ly raised — the baking comes from the oven more tempting, tastier, more wholesome. Calumet insures the baking of an expert. Ask your grocer to-day} | RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS World's Pure Food Exposition, , Chicago, 111. 'aris,, Ex- position, France, March. 1912. 1 STARTING A QUARREL Kv \Y«li Mason. "That's quite a scrap they've been having over in the neigh- borhood of Turkey, ' said the horse doctor, "I wonder what it was all about?" "You may search me." replied the viilhge patriarch. "Perhaps Hue czar of Turkey borrowed a shotgun from the rajah of Mon...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 19 December 1912

I :IRST CUSS SITRAGTION MAY BE BEAUTIFUL AT FORTY "The Shepherd of the liills" the dramatization -of Harold;Hell Wright'*! Novel, wliivh holdn the ■record for the largest wilew of any American work of Pictkm, which has been made by Mr. Wiright, with the ussis/tance of j trirobotham. Etebery W. Reynolds ami L«'m I Fifth ~ Sunday meeting Lime- It,one liupt ist Assmtiation, Alexia liuptiat ehinvh,' 27-2!'. 1912. Friday, Dec. 27, 1912. j>. in. Devotional, W. M. Kolyinison. 7.30 p. in. Keirtnon, •). h. Hint-1 be «een at t ii<- House Friday B. Parker, will Citizens Opera night, Dec. 27. The ••fines of the play are laid among the Ozark mountains of Missouri, ft is a story of'the hills and the simple life, yet it has plenty of excitement and an air of mystery that will hold the au- f>><1.111 iuiirininimr tft orwl - - e o - The story has to do with the father of an artist, who tired of city life, goes into the Ozarks for peace and quietude. He learns of a previous sin committe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 19 December 1912

i«Vf 'T-' ;.' • ■'• irt* • • w ■ ■ <•* --> - •*< j -m. wrw H4*I i W'Wi* " TniW<i fi«M(l||ri'iJi*^fiffnifif ritin ' -\ :". ' . "FAGGED-OUT" WOMEN Will Find a Helpful Suggestion In This Letter. Overworked, run-down, "fagged nut" women who feel as though they could hardly drag about, should profit by Miss Rlchter's experience. She gays: "Last winter 1 was completely run down and folt fagged out all the time, waa nervous and had lndigett- tlon. "One of my friends advised me to take Vinol, and it has done me great good. The tired, worn-out feeling is all gone, and I am strong, vigorous and well. The stomach trouble soon disappeared and now I eat heartily end have perfect digestion. 1 wish every tired, weak, nervous woman could have Vinol, for I never spent tny money In my life that did me so much good as that I spent for Vinol." Marie liichter, Detroit, Mich. Thousands of women and men vho vera formerly weak and sickly owe their present rugged health to the wonderful strength...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 19 December 1912

Why Burn Your Money Up? \\ lien you eat) save 40 per cent of your ej bill by letting it* eijolp your wln- i '« nn<! floors with National Metal Weather fltrip, and keep out the dust rikI water and prevent the rnttllng as *ell. Let us try It on a fow of the worst and be convinced. Write us at onre for particulars. National Metal Weather Strip Company —— — Children's Stories .112 Moore llldrt. Fort Worth, V . GRIFFITHS & CO. HARDWOODS ■ i Hardwood Floorings Roofing mwx DALLAS, TEXAS g M TUB I.ARGKST DIKflU.ED WATER PI.ANT IN SOUTHWEST Crystal Water for Tabl« and Medicinal uno, S cents per gal- lon at plant. 1,400 consume™ In Hous- ton, composed of . the best families and business firms. References: The leading physicians of Houston. Out-of- town orders will re- ceive prompt atten- tion. AQUA PTJRA BOTTLING W'KH, Crawford and P1e r o e streets, Houston, Texas. WOOD & CO. OLD HATS MADE NEW WB A I. SO DO Gleaning and Pressing Ita Cemta Will Mail Us Trav I-at. 4¥t Mala St. |M Wo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 19 December 1912

* 11C b JUdl \A} •A Cars of Coffee' and enjoy your morning cup. : Sold everywhere THE LAUNDRY you can depend upon for good work for the New Year is the NATATORIUM STEAM LADNDRY If. E. GAMBHELL, Prop. Phone 170. Fort Worth, Texaa. Out-of-town Basket WdMc a Specialty. Magnolia Macaroni Co. H one-ton, Tex a*. Manufacturers of ttMtWted "M«fnoll«" Brnnd Macaroni. Spaghetti, VermWllo. ASK YOilR GROCER FQ£ tf THE KLEBER BAKERY T«u«* LargMt and Cleanest Bak- ery. Larareat shipper* at fresh bread la the 8oath. Wrtte in Prieaa. P. O, Box TIB Dept. B. Dallas, Texas. FORT WORTH Cheese & Commission COMPANY and W. WL KTTBLLEll'll GERMAN OROCSRV Wholesale all Retail Delleatessen. Carry any kind Imported and domestic Cheese. It will pay you to write us If you wtfnt any kind of Chceae or Luck (Ms. 1304 Hsntsa It Fort Worth. Texas Cat this ad sat (or future reference. AWNINGS W« can't close our awning depart- ment now and lay off all of our em- ployes till spring. Neither can we make up In four o...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 19 December 1912

>7 ■ 'V,:. Money to ON IMPROVED IARMS Balrtf C, (Skinney) Robinson, a well known conductor <tri tin* T. & B. V., died in Dallas Mon- day of he Art failure, and the re- mains | aw«ed' through here on the ''Mitral Tut Kilay for. IlernpVleat VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. have arranged for western capital whereby I am enabled to make loans on Real Estate .. direct to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me and loans closed at Mexia without delii*. ". Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. * W. M. WHITE. Lawyer Mexia. Texas Local and Personal. G. H. Stevens is preparing to install the natural gas in the Commercial Hotel. Thus the product is finding a market. F. M. Aldredge of Greenwood, Mm, is in the city ,visiting his aunts, Mrs. Barksdale and Mrs. Collier. ITon. J. J. Vannoy and wife left Saturday for Austin,ftvher^ Mr. Vannoy will represent fiirhe* stone county in the lower house of the legislature. Phone J. W. Hinchliffe for seed oats and feed stuffs. Phone...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 19 December 1912

■' -w* T I ' , « 'V , , COME « I '"■'i ; ■/. ■ ■j|gg . . V&l BPPr ■wr-kj* "OBi KWhiJIsM «.*>■■ ^fe tW' 'M ?®35®H a fel IE II BEGINS FRIDAY, Prices are cut to rock bottom in this Sale. For this is the one BIG Sale of the year, when everything in the store, from are looking forward to this hig sale, for they have learned fnom our former %ales of this kind, that this is the one big opportunity C , , > And this will be the biggest and*best sale we have ever held. BECAUSE oin' stocks are larger than usual, and we mean to reduce them at the back, upstairs and down—and put such extraordinary low prices on the goods that they will move out in a hurry. Make out a list of the thin sheet, and many other bargains too, that we did not have the room to list here. If-low prices on seasonable goods means anything to you, you wi 10c Bleached Domestic 6%c Lonsdale and Fruit of The Loom brands included in this— 2000 yards arc going as long as "it teste, the yard .. t. 6%? 15c Ladies Hose 10c...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 19 December 1912

HwiiaBa y^r' wmm Y 17th. CONTINUES 10 DAYS row nity a spool of thread to a suit of clothes—positively EVERYTHING goes at great reductions. Hundreds and hundreds of p©opl< to supply their needs from the largest stock of Dry Goods .in Central Texas, at prices that spell economy in every instance. it least $10000.00 in this big 10 day sale. So we luive put the knife to prices. We have gone through our entire stock, from the front door to thin >a you need now and will need later on, and then come in and get our Sale Prices. You will find everything just as we advertise it on this i wi 1 do well to attend this Sale oods on Sale Remember the opening date and COME. gbods--both the staples and the fai.cy ef- ortunity to supply your needs In dress >8 >PP E—"his is a spies is piioe—36 inches regular. Jan- trice the yd .. 39* -In pret 42 inches goes .in this Sale at tlie 59* olid colors in and blue. i.)i'. January the yard 39* TRES — In gray <■ t s-—!!<) inch«v 50e <|ualit...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 19 December 1912

V NEEDED LEGISLATION Members i t' Liu* Texas Legitfla- ture art' eoeeiving one circular Letter which we liope they will not t' row aside, for it relates to tlie need of a law which Tex- as should long ago have hail on the state books. This i in ular letter i> .sent out by the ft'exas Optical Associatiou, several members of.which pesilds im Austin. The letter states the proposition so well that we ^liall simply offer those partis of it which are pertinent : "In Texas there is absolutely no regulation of the scientific work of fitting glasses to the eyes for the improvement o(\vis- ion, though twent.wseven other Enlightened States have passed daws regulating the practice of optometry. "Many of the ineopetemts from these twenty-seven States ' are flocking to Texas, where we have no legal regulation of edu- cational tests of fitness for those engaged in this work. "Tfae wormt feature of this is that many of these men are of the ignorant, itinerant variety and often unscrupulous as we...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 19 December 1912

f ■ • . 4 * SwiJNS FRIDAY CLUB Inaugurating the New Year, the cozy home of the club presi- dent, Mrs. R. E. i lick nun) was a fitting scene fpr the progressive club luncheon which Was a fea- ture from one to thr.ee. From four to sis Mrs. Hjckman kept open house to her frtendft, hon- oring the club, 'H -v. Throughout the entire house, the color scheme qfi ?f|fcd an# green was op!med out i# the dee- orations. The same bright,'iipjor^ u i Wtti 6V«u6 k;6u'!u' ihti ifjr menu served. Th? e^ntradfc^ ifial1! contained a cozy work forniwl' of lattice work of white and green, to which'from several toons. «f red and green were cen- tered. It was later tHe urbidiing place for a short whilet"?fciV'01d Father Time." ' ; Centering the luncheon room at artistic bit of the decorator's ^rt was displayed. The *taWe «vjw spread with a handsome cluny lace art centre. The corners of the table were hidden by Wraths of holly and mistletoe t.ied"wiifTi' immense fluffy bows ofr-,ri*(> thule. Suspended ove...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 19 December 1912

+.. gh iitfii<iN>] i'^b* '>. •"•'' . * •• ■ DANGER FROM GRIPPE Lies in That Cough and Weak, Worn-out Condition. Grippe, pleurisy, pneumonia, these are greatly to be foaroil at thin ti of the year. To prevent grippe from talng fol- lowed by either pleurisy or pneumo- nia, It la Important to drive the last traces of It out of the system quickly. Our advice Is to take Vlnol, our delicious cod liver and iron prepara- tion without oil, and get your strength and vitality back quickly. Mrs A. A. Grabill, of Strasburgr. Va. says: "Grippe left me weak, run down and1 with a severe cough, from ■which I suffered four years. 1 tried different remedies, but nothing teemed to do me any good until I took Vlnol, from which 1 received Mjr cough is almost entirely gone, and I am strong and well a-^aln, and I am glad to recommend Vlnol to others -who suffer as I did." Try Vlnol with the certainty that if It does not benefit you we will give back your money. MXXIA D*UO 00. Are You A Prisoner of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 2 January 1913

; I HF mam m. &£ m v$$ ~ ySi t- ■— " 8C'- v Fourteenth Year. I V \ WtiMSw&mim will , * ,; * , , • • . ;; . I '"Kfy u iuk,\-liKii4l|iu itxu& u mitii lor Jti<L, LI ■—- ■' * ■ 0^ B u JffiHSB MKX1A, TEXAS, TfllllSDAY, J AN. 2, 1913. A RE flUlDMUWLt REMOVAL SALE We are going to move from our present stand to the building now occupied by Waller & Williams store, and for the next 10 days will sell goods at awaydown prices, because we can move money cheaper than we can move goods. Here are Some Prices We are Making: Brass Washboards at 30c i Galvanized tubs No. 1 50c Granite Dippers at 10c Galvanized tubs No. 2 55c Decorated Dishes and Cake Plates Galvanized tubs No. 3 60c at .•■••30c 1 > Sear«fi light matches doz boxes 12 inch granite Washpans . 20c 10 x 14 Mirrors at 25c Brooms at 25> 30 35c White granite Bowl and Pitcher at $1.25 Dish pans 17 qt 60c Dish pans 16 qt 50c Dish pans 14 qt 40c Galvanized buckets 8 qt 15c 1 Galvanized buckets 10 qt 20c Galvanized bubke...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 2 January 1913

■1 ' *.r. ■ -■ 4 " f*yjt — HERALD Now that- Chrwfanas over ublished Every Thursday. N. P. HOUX, Editor and PrOpriotor. let for ill get t( j I h er ana p TWO THOUSAND ! tu my friends and the Mt UK iimeatone SUBSCRIPTION One Year Six Months Throe Mouths, .. RATES J1.00. ; Good rail iiS every ; eroos tlve irity.' there! have Call on ami •a son to expect >„miug year, Wet [>ull together foi it to our Little mtm PUBLIC IN GENERAL Mex- oi ei iiv ii. Entered as second-class mutter Jlarch 5, 1908, at the postottlce at Mexia, Texan, under the act of Con- gress of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 Page 1 issue $12.00. Bach Subsequent Issue, .. 9.00. % Page 1 Issue 7.50. Bach Subsequent i&aue, .. ti.OO. ^4 Page 1 issue 4.50. Bach Subsequent issue, 8.50. Less Than One Qu/u-ter Page. B^ r first insertion—per inch 20c. Bach Subsequent, nan' — por 15 cents. Readers per line—each issue 6c. Discounts on yearly coutracts. Im Ml 0S<t —O .... ils coiif&rciioe& in Headline. iefe be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 2 January 1913

FARMS VS LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. , " W w A have arranged for westfern capital whereby I am enabled to make loans on . Kenl Estate direct to borrower. Inspec- tion* made by me and <4oan closed at Mexia without delay. ' Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. W. Ml. WhITB, Lawyer Mexia. Texas Local aiiu 1A I I ci duitai* V Emii Nussbaum wen I. up U* 1'alias Tuesday night t« attend a ball). Mrs. D. H. Gibson and chil- dren spent the holidays in Kir- ven with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J I. M. Ilarriss. Paul Norman went, over to Kirven Wednesday via Corsicana on business. • L Phone J. W. Hinchliffe for seed oats and feed stuffs. Phone X Rural 8. L. B. McMin is now managed- of the telephone exchange here, Mr. Ripley having resigned on aecount of ill health. Robert. Ye Well has resigned his position in the post office, and Wilcox Waller has accepted, the p^WCC, „ .. Wjqirk has commenced on Well No. 7. The rig «.located jpst • 'weet.of Mr. Hill's stable, n*ar Uy,.- .%W, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 2 January 1913

aa RALEIGH. N. G. CHILD m Hi f ' ' . KW$v; . Made Strong and Well by Vinol. Wh«>n wo tell you that Vinol Is tho iKwt remedy in our whole stock for making weak, puny, ailing children. Htroug, robust and rosy, we are only telling you what lias been proved by hundreds of mothers. Mrs. W. 0. Strother, Tlftlelgh, N. C., fcaya: "-My little girl, liaael, has beea taking Yiuol to build her up after a severe spell of alcknean. It has dona eu much good by restoring her appe- tite and building up her strength that 1 think Vinol ia the finest tonio ever prepared, and I am telliug everyone about It." TVhat Vinol did for this little girl it will do for very weak and ailing child, because sickly children need tho strengthening rod liver elements and the tonic iron that Vinol contains—that is why Vinol guilds them up quickly and gWea them a fine, healthy color. It is pleasant to take, and we guar- antee that the results will satisfy you — money back 1C they do not, MEXIA DRUG 00. ICT COURT JUROR...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 January 1913

/; ' c : \' KjlW^yfnpHHpH c v \ ;•>} itfm /r*# i " ( :>ee J. SaridiCiJ Smith lor FIRE, Lihfc: and lORNADU lnsuratwc, I itxia, I CXah P. 1 m The Mexia Weekly Herald. m ■y- Foffrteenth Year. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, .IAN. 9, 1913. L DO YOU? When the. light oi" <lay has vanished, And the evening turns to night, Do you aometiamw nit in silence, r- And m the fire-place's fitful light, Free your mind from its mobid prison, And on the wings ot fancy soar, Buck to the tunes you oft have mentioned, As the halcyon days of yore? Bade to those days devoid of sadness. When your heart froou woe was free, And the mock-bird's morning anthem Thrilled your joyous soul with glee; And you gave no thought to tihe future, Nor to what fate had in store, For yon had no time to worry In thiose halcyon day*; of yore. When with the eye of retrospection. You are permitted thus to vicfw All the scenes you well remember, And the odd friends that you knew. Do you feel your blood course stronger, And your ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 January 1913

illw*v':r." £>* ,4 § V'.f^V'l'! « ^ dh# cffl mm ... \ ' A 1 '•■.A. -4.4 as^iiOisa :& ti' f%J ftTOR -mmm ■ I, iv^;- «■ 7 «ka-4 * * i f> i For Our AUTOMOBILE VOTING CONTEST I, www ■

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 January 1913

to Loan ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. have iUTMHKfc<l lor woafeorn capital whereby I am enabled to make loans on Heal Estute diject to borrowers. Inspec- tiony made by me and loans ( closed at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. W. M. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia. Texas Local and Personal. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Arrington wrtit down to Groeabeek Sunday , ♦<,>, viait, his . sifliter, Mrs. Oaten, w Ho is sick with typhoid; fever. / i Tom Lewis has moved back to Mexii* from Bynum to accept a position with the Mexia Drug Co. Dps. K. £. and Kmory Headlee, Jcs. Oleson, of Teague, Rev. "Wal- ter Griffith and J. L. Miller of Wortham, were in the city Satur- day night assisting in the Royal Arch work in the Masonic lodge. Phone J. W. Hiachliffe for *sed oats and feed stuff*. Phone X Rural 8. The Old Uclialfle H. & T. C.' About noon Wortueaday fire railroad has inaugurated a mo-j broke out in Georgo Peyton's re* lor car service be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 January 1913

HERALD PublUhed Every Thursday. N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year. .. Six Month.'. Three MOQtht Entered $1.00. .50. .25. cond-clasB matter j H. B. Bllfe, formerlly editor ami proprietor of the Qroeabeek !Journal now oil the Houston Poet, will represent the great Texas daily at Austin during the | session of the legislature. Rllw til about, political matters >.b urt> brown. TO THE BUSINESS MEN AND BUSINESS INTERESTS OF TEXAS Knows and will do th Wl; Church 6, 1908, at the postoffice at! Mexia, Texaw, under the act of Cou- i grees of March 3, 1879. We ADVERTISING RATES. 1 Page I Issue SI Each Subsequent issue % Page 1 issue Bach Subsequent issue hi Page 1 issue. .. .. Bach Subsequent Issue, 1.00. 9.00; 7.50. 6.00. 4.50. 3.50. I>a n it aire glad to in 'olquitt that on jiuFragettes ' t hoof it t form Gover- so far the are not pre- i Austin to Less Than One Quarter Page. For first insertion—per inch 20c. Each Subsequent Issue—per inch 15 cents. , Re...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 January 1913

ia/e Com- i mences Saturday, the 11th. Sale Continues ' 10 Selling Days « , Come in and Savm P PHRNIPt f Lv awiiTuVS M iV«ira>Bfenfc« iMmniiw < •« ■■■ >**■ iTiSait^ L A* J'~\. J 'Mf :'y; $ *>* . 'v-V''. K7::v Jr.rU>-" V $ \ •' 4 V I ************** 40 $airs Mens $3. Shoes go at $2.35 : These; are good stout shoes—gun metals and box calfs:--in the well known "Wauka- way" and Beacon" makes- Just a few sizes of a style, but plenty of sizes in the lot from 6 to 11. • Not a pair in the lot worth less than $3.00. Xou will do well to get a pair of these while they go at $2.35 l Men's'Sb. and 6.50 Shoes £o at $4.35 The shoes in this lot are "Stetsons', and "Stacy Adams." These are the best makes on the market. Our assortments are broken so we offer you your choice of the entire lot in this big shoe sale at the pair $1.35 • «-■ ' * Begins Saturday, January the 11th at 8 o'clock EDUCED 1 t * * Men's Women's and Children's All go in this big shoe sale at extraordinary reductions....

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