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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 November 1917

' ■ '1 i « Our New Fall Goods on Display Visit our store and let us show you our stock of new goods. Complete line of all staple dry goods, and all the latest novelties of the season. Ladies see our new dress goods. Yours to please in price and quality in this department. Have you seen our new stock of shoes? We are long on everything in shoes -dress shots, children's school shoes, etc. Did you say clothing? Yes, we are full up in this department. Say, young man, middle aged or old. let us take your measure for a nobby suit. All the latest fabrics in this line, a fit and price and quality guaranteed. Sedwick & Cook ALBANY AND BREC KEN RIDGE ME ALBANY NEWS and scrambling for they know not what. Liberty of action in if'SUEl) KVKRY FRIDAY MORNING thr hand* ol* an ignorant mob i- Richard H. McCarty, Ed. and Publisher :i dangerous weapon ML Uk i iftCati ■In *tCirtj tuKlitl Kiln Ucwt) f lite' a. <r*d*l the I'omI OBi<-. ki Altian). w W ell, we ha<i another one of s«eondcta**k*...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 November 1917

Albany Livery Stable Albany, Texas RBSS, AM) AUTOMOHILb PASSBNGtR LlNtS TO ton, Ft. Griffin, Woodson and Lusk weather is too bad for Autos, Hacks, iggies, etc. will be substituted Jne, livery service, "and wagon yard PHONE NO. 138 day of July. A. I). 1917, plaintiff herrin wan the owner of the litis in fe* simrde t' en in actual pMSnaaaion of. a* such wiut <!;■■ '-.lU.v. ing ds- •cnU*J land and l>r*nn*~9 nitnat*-*! w the county of Shackelford and Stat#- .f Tcxm. t^wit fr list Tract: J'iO lu reM uf land ts-mir th**Te«ai toiitf ration 4 l*and C ompany Survey. No .... Abatrart No 143. Carrtifteate No. W7. I'ateut N- W7. Vol 14. described by m tei and bound* a* follows: Hetf inii.nv at th*'aouth eorrw r^ of Survey No j CM, a xtake from whi«'h a ine«miU 10 in dia. bm N. 2S K. .'50.8 vra., another 6 in.dia. bra. N. 7 30 W. j vra. thence S, i'.t K vrv a hrarw h. 1 1341 vrs. Make from which a mea*iuite 7 in dia j bra. S. G>1. K. 19.7 vra., another l i- dia. bm S. 74 j 30, K. 34 vra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 November 1917

What Will Happen During the Coming Tragic Year? WE ARE NOW CONFRONTED BY THE MOST EVENT FUL YI.AK IN THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD. The Great Question The Real Answer m. ^(wt w(*jij st« til k.ram Austrian unecTving away 'MS i t"—-— - "*'f i ,J|' rr IJ OUIMCI W,V« ftR Of r* mm: Mite I ®j£f 'mil',' u Pi--i i:SVfs: '."ir, L's ML' t- - \ , ' '<* ji - _ r^v abuliascisip ... a^^aa,^ I ... ' jfefK."- V - . — T. . r* > r, ~ jr=r!s-t|. .v J. • ''' • ■-jr_ v - - ■ f, ,ri X' i.l- ! 'I' What will happen to our soldier beys in 1918? PcirJ The Star Telegram, the paper wit^i templet© war service. Keep informed on the way news by reading The Star-Telegram FCRr WORTH, U. f>. A. With tin- l.ast ii on triin il<-;>;irtur«'8. Wit! reach you il. ty ?"• Barana.. | . t .utn 1 t «;,( Member of the _ Associated Press Thc 1 hrrl, Grcat . t • i «, _ ' Amcncan News International Nev , S -r, ce ( (l i:hcring Unitec Pres:. J £>ci~viccs. EXCLUSIVE LONDON TIMES REPORTS The dally Cit War \> T,. , Th ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 November 1917

K THANKFUL! _j so this year perhaps than ever before, but will those fam !.«•• ije thankful who are par- their first Thanksgiving dinner in their own r rant day is a thintf of the i>ast. Biasing this extra blessing this year don't but come right down tomorrow and let us help 11 home within your means. - — M ROCKWELL BROS. & CO. | i $ JfcrsnnalH ta miil "r pf>"n«tn niiMt and pIwm of rMidrnt# of 1 *••• ■ " y know of other panonal. klndlf wnd a Tfr- of th« commnnwaul Thi. sill rrratly Mailt Th N.wt in Iwp. tvttklatal happen m*. 22Th2l2lZ2 .J Davis vras in town Dromedary Dates at Burrows Grocery Co. , at Burrows Gro- r s McNee)y was up from r did business in the ri f.-ThcO. I- Priu- See C. A. Wilson Bell county this week. Pige of all sizes for sale by Oscar Bellah Phone X7. I bats. shaiH-s and I it 1-2 price. Eunice Hatcher. ale and Salli«' Mat- (down from I.mi I s h tbis week. Naff Man Steam Press £ Small residence, close in. for rent. P. S. Kendrick. Mrs. '/.. W. Casey retur...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 23 November 1917

, mil. ; 4 * i r\v . si'.. S. WEBB Attorney at Law. L. H. HI! Notary Pul WEBB & HILL Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. ALBANY, (Shackelford County) te: Helpful Hints As soon a- sp>ts dry rri'>r>' should be rubbed on. keeping garment Always remember to turn tin- ned foodstuffs out immediately on to a china dish. To leave in tin develops ptomaine |>oison. The syrup of tinned fruits should be boiled up with a little sugar, and the fruit then placed in the mix- ture while tin latter cools. Add a sliced banana to the white of an egg and beat until still The banana will entirely dissolve and you will have a de- licious substitute for whipped cream. W hen the tea or cofl'ee pot be- comes stained or coated inside 1 fill it about half full of water and put in a tablespoonful of baking so i and boil ten or fifteen mn- utes and the stains have all dis- appeared. For mildew use lemon and salt. in sun until spots disappear; lem- on and salt is also use...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 November 1917

Die Aflutm XXXIV, No. 26 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOV. 30, 1917 Whole Nuber IT of the Greatest Natural Reservoirs in theLoca| Sh#wers 1(1 State at Our Back Door, Sufficient to Im- pound Fifteen Billion Gallons of Water Shackelford county is pregnant with great possibilities. Yes, fe natural resources it's not excelled in the State. Opportunity knocks at our door and all that the god of Nature requires of us, || to pull the latch string and let th-> Hood tide in. In company with proctor k. Clarke, county surveyor and expert engineer, we ** a drive Sunday afternoon and looked over some twu or three |K>posed irrigation propositions. The first stop that we made was it 2 1-2 miles west of town on the M. K. & T. Ry., just at the 0td of the bridge field, belonging to Henry Herron. At this point. Proctor had put the level on it and made some measurements, || was ascertained that by building a dam 800 feet long, and at its (fehest place in the channel of the creek, it would be approx...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 November 1917

p'' 19K ' j iH -U i • < *> I- Our New Fall Goods on Display Visit our store and let us show you our stock of new goods. Complete line of all staple dry goods, and all the latest novelties of the season. Ladies see our new dress goods. Yours to please in price and quality in this department. Have you seen our new stock of shoes? We are long on everything in shoes—dress shoes, children's school shoes, etc. Did you say clothing? Yes, we are full up in this department. Say, young man, middle aged or old, let us take your measure for a nobby suit. All the latest fabrics in this line, a fit and price and quality guaranteed. Sedwick & Cook ALBANY AND BRECKLNRIDGE THE ALBANY NEWS Government Garden Seed ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY MORNINC Richard H. McCarty, Ed. and Publisher l'nd*r regulations still exist- in *cj(i uiminuiim ing here, and which thus far I IHcCvtf Soc ty Ectttoi . have not been able to Ret chariK- J%t th« I'oftt Oflku At Albany Tu&a*. * Sm'unu Claim Mati Matter ed, ins...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 November 1917

K THANKFUL! ; more so this year perhaps than ever before, bat rty will those families be thankful who are par- f|h#ir first Thanksgiving dinner in their own ■rent day is a thing of the past. ,j missing this extra blessing this year don't but come right down tomorrow and let us help l a borne within your means. ROCKWELL BROS. & CO. als # JJmmtalB llltiwiwi t> wiloi rkont |> tk> um and plat*. at ranlnM of Mart* la w—k " pwito*. I f yuu km at athor |i«r«otvak kladl. aand klk <iaM f tk« fMMMMinnl Ttiu will crwlly uawt Tk« N «a in |m . Hfcalltirr T .-.i willbv lunhljavuravntad Corfu*.) iCnv was on our streets, Pige of all sizes for sale by Oscar Bellah Phone 87. jlpii did business in the t Smiley was doing bus- IA* city Saturday. kGNfcbead was over from sty this week. Mrs. Mattie L. Childers is new subscriber to the News. to Persons Registered The new Selective Service reg- ulations laws go into effect De- cember 15th, and soon after that date every person who registered ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 November 1917

m a If: i. * • • f . " wfi' !> I t ,-i • i iJO ' ■" S-ls., I'll -,'1 h WEBB & HILL S. WEBB Attorney at Law. ALBANY, L. H. HILL Notary Publ Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, C< and Insurance Agents. (Shackelford County) TEXi T'aiiksgmng at Orphanage J besides the songs and readings j presented, there was quite a dis- As an expression of interest in piny of drawings done by the the Reynolds Presbyterian Or- children, showing sj ecial talent phanage, the s|iacious dining- along that line. They are also hall of the dormitory was filleJ beinp instructed in the domestic Tuftday evening with a gather- arts, and special mention should ing of patrons and friends of be made of the beautiful, flaky this worthy institution. The no- bread, made by the efficient casion was a free will offering to bread-maker, little Miss .lanie the home, so that the little ones Glasscock, who is not yet thir- there, who by bereavement, are teen ypars old. denied the pleasure of being gathered about the fires...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 November 1917

War Statistics The war is costing the bellig- erents nf the world at iherateof $100,000,1)00 a day or $<1,f>00,(KM) an hour, and the I'nited States is paying at least one-<|uarter of this staggering sum, according to estimates made. The estimated dail> cost at the beginning of the war was $">0,- 000,000 ;.nd a year ago it was 3100.1X10,000. This country's rate of expenditures is gie.uer than any other nation, (ir.at iiritain's being second, (iermanj coming next. Hs next August, according to Helps Sick Women Cardui, the woman's tonic, helped Mrs. Wil- liam Ilvcrsole, of Hazel Patch, Ky. Read what she writes: "I had a general breaking-down of my health. I was in bed for weeks, unable to get up. I had such a weakness and dizziness, .. . and the pains were very s.'vete. A friend to 1 me I had tried every- th else, why not Catdui ? .. . I did, and soon saw it was helping me . . . After t^' bottle*, I am strong and well." TAKE The Woman's Tonic Do you feel weak, diz- zy, wo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 November 1917

■ ■ I. Thl: ALBANY NEWS i ISSUKP KVERY FRIDAY MORNING Richard H. McCarty, Ed. and Publisher «n Rlclnid H McCarty Hits McCarty AutciaU lift* SK «t Eittai Inu'UMi i i.lu PumI at Albany. T«xao. m Sut-und CI*!** Msil Matter SUHSl KIPilUN $1.50 PKK YKAK AI >V t t< 1ISINKi KAILS Oisj luv i.'lyi|ili >nrM«iiu, ai:i|(U' imwrtloris, 16 vimIh , ■ r «>iO>muent insertions. I'd 1-2 •MilN i liu b i v r •'^ch t i tier I Ion. Sotne r«*iuc- j i.inn will .«• inatleo' «dv*rtift*tit*nti> ihut ur<« n«- | iDirii of uw " morn in iia«. L >« uih unii rtatJ- tnm *oti«v I ■ •♦•nt- v*r lit<* for singl* insertion. Iub*<-<j<j< i I'vrtuM.n of Iix-mIh tttiii 'fttdfrH, f> 9«'itM t Inn Iijr imrfi insertion FRIDAY. NOV. 1917. I Believe in the American Soldier 1. I believe in the American wtldier. U. I believe in his ability t< represent nineteen others of Ar.i<ric.t and myself in the tfivat est sti-'iv.iile of all aires. :{. Whatever may be his fate in i be furnace and f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 December 1917

M. XXXIV, No. 27 Hie JkRuttg Hems ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DEC. 7, 1917 Whole Nmker 1751 Foman Who Met Supreme Test The American Magazine for December publishes a number of 'prise letters from readers of that publication on the subject: *Wh t the war has already done for me." The letter that won first prize is printed below and will be read with keen interest by BMiy patrons of this paper. — Waco Times Herald. Already the war has done to me the worst it can do and the I Germany's shattered shrine. W The boy that 1 loved more than all others has been taken the kaiser's legions will face an business man, a good financier, invincible foe and then it will be safe and conservative, upright to the devil with wire fences, and honorable in all his dealings ditches and anderground cav- with his fellowmen, and we feel ems, and the Stars and Stripes sure if he is elected to this office will kiss the breezes of freedom that Shackelford county's fwan- and the American Kagle will sing cial affairs ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 December 1917

K ! Do Your Christmas Shopping larly Remember that our store is headquarters for everything to be found in a first class dry goods establishment. Ladies' ready to wear i • >ur long suit; ladies' footwear is our specialty. Visit our dress goods department and be convinced as to quality and styles. Our stock of gent's furnir iiing goods is complete in every detail—clothing, shoes, hats, neckwear, o\*.r shirts and dress shirts=--we have them. | Remember Our Soldier Boys Say, when you go to make up your Christmas boxes for th*. soldier boys, visit our store and buy them something that will be of re,;i service. Of course nicknacks are all right for mementos, but what our J rave soldier boys need on the battlefield is something to keep them wa: n and com- fortable. The store that handles dependable goods.... Sedwick & Coo t < I ALBANY AND BRECKENRIDGE I HE ALBANY NEWS « «w ft-*-* a,T"" land under irrigation. Would it IHIT.D EVERY FBI DAY MORNINO pay wjth the present price of Ric...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 December 1917

PV FOR THOSE COLD WINTER DAYS n- jfttimes it's too disagreeable to get out. Make Jpjpa cozy and attractive-utilize that space in fibfriodow — build a comfy WINDOW SEAT «nly • place on which to lounge, but can also i for storing away clothing, etc. § talk it over. F ROCKWELL BROS. & GO. talfi sP f OTottala Bob Anderson was up from Moran this week. Harrison Wilson was in from the ranch Saturday. Miss Lillie Bizzell of Stamford is visiting in the city. She is ; the guest of Mrs. L. S. Hollo- well. J. M. Tomme left this week for South Texas, where he will spend the winter months for the benefit of his health. For Sale. —Two fine white leg- ( ^ horn cockerels, and 12 pullets, from the best pen in Texas. d!4 Malcolm Castleberry. 'WvS)'/**Vv 'St*vo";ftV'/>vo'S:*vS t*IUrMd«7*lom*il rphori«ln thcnaiBM and plvn of rwldonc* of r la wmmk — powlbl. If rou know of othor p.raonal* kindly sand i of thoeommunu-.nt thta will (roily mill tfco now* In koop ||«nkl(mlka*|Mnlns(and wlllb.hlahly*ppr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 December 1917

i m S. WEBB Attorney at Law. ALBANY, L. H. HILL Notary Publit WEBB & HILL - H Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting iiisurance Agents. (Shackelford County) TEXAS M in First Class WiH be Called When Revision is Made first, second, third ami fourth classes, who believe they are not lit for military service because of physical disabilities, may ap-1 pear for examination ahead of j New instructions on the reor-!call, with the consent ol the local ganization of the selective draft) board, and if found to be dis- plan, received by local boards, *iualifi* «l. then trans term! to the state that all of the first class of registrants will be called for physical examination as soon as tarm'.fm Drugs the class is made up. Notices to appear for examination will be sent to each man and he will be given five days in which to com- ply. None of the other classes will last class "The important tiling, how- ever," sa.d an official of one of the local beards, "is for regis- trants to keep in clos...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 December 1917

®he Vol. XXXIV, No. 28 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DEC. 14, 1917 Whole Number 1753 he Bailey's Boys are Fighting ZTZZl for Uncle Sam ocrat. Some thirty-five years ago, more or less, the people of his home district sent him to (political sentiment is drifting; Congress, and he had the dis- | toward Socialism - centralized tinction of being the youngest government, the ownership of member in the lower house. He- railroads, telegraph lines and the jnf, ambitious to make his mark Senator Bailey's two sons are in the army one a captain of °Per:i''on of our mint's. A few the political affairs of his na- infantry and the other a first lieutenant of artillery. So it goes, years ago when the Populist ora-1 tjon, ho approached David B. The sterr: d u"i arv < war rounds a e ill ti> dut> that r sounds in tor- proclaim* d this socialistic Culberson, then a prominent and the homr> of the great as well as in tin- cottaires of the humble, doctrine from the •tump, they distinguished member of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 December 1917

Do Your Christmas Shopping Early Remember that our store is headquarters for everything to be found i a first class dry goods establishment. Ladies' ready to wear is our long j- it; ladies' footwear is our specialty. Visit our dress goods department a.u. convinced as to quality and styles. Our stock of gent's furnishing good i:, complete in every detail===clothing, shoes, hats, neckwear, over shirt.- ; uJ dress shirts—we have them. Remember Our Soldier Boys Say, when you go to make u;> your Christmas boxes for the soldier • (>;,. visit our store and buy them something that will be of real service. <>; course nicknacks are al! right for mementos, but what our brave soidir" boys need on the battlefield is something to keep them warm and o>m fortabie. The store that handles dependable goods.... Cool ALBANY AND BRECKENRIDGE - TufiJ THE ALBAiNY NKWSlpi,r,m,'nt ",,v" A ln an ,n- fantry charge tit" Finns never would stand hitched they just can't stand the cold steel take to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 December 1917

FOR THOSE COLD WINTER DAYS ylKii ofttimes it's too disagreeable to get out. Make rtor home cozy ami attractive-utilize that space in the bay window — build a comfy WINDOW SEAT It is not only a place on which to lounge, but can also teutilized for storing away clothing etc. Let's talk it over. ROCKWELL BROS. & CO. rals fJrrsmtala fMliMataIt* to mat! nr phor# tn th* nuw« and plam of rwidonco of tmmrtr In th« w—k u pouibl* if yoo know of other prnwnal* kindly wind I vtth tho of th# poinmonlemnt. Thi will rraatly umi Th« Now* in k «p- tawk **tk loe*1 * P "nin"*nd h" opprwiotod - Knrroa.] District Court Convened Monday Morning, Dec. 10 District Court convened in n g- ular session Monday morning, WYfYZ December 10th, with Judge J<e Hurkett on the bench, N. N. Ko- zenquest, district attorney, and W. M. Biggs, sheriff. The Grand Jury was empan- eled and after a brief session of a few hours, they adjourned sine die for the term. The Couit then adjourned until next Mot - j • lay, Decem...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 December 1917

T'« L ■ #* f. ■ - J' w 7 ' ■ fi p. ■ f ' WEBB & HILL S. WEBB Attorney at Law. ALBANY, L. H. HILL Notary Public Law, Land, Live Stock, Wn5 Collecting and Insurance Agents* (Shackelford County) TEXAS m mm K\my hespoLujJ 10 the , for each: Mesdamvs W. Mc- \ Lemore, J. S McComb, Clampitt, Call of Camp Bowie k. k. wintn. v. r. a. uats. k,i j Greer, J. I>. Ov.rton, Harrison I'he ladies of the Red Cross| ^ilson, W. W. Wilson, A. A. Chapter wish to thank every one; Clarke, W. I. ( ook, W. I,. Hill, who respor .led so generously to R- (.1. Murrie, Edward Stephens, the emergency rail for cover for L. C. Huskey, F. W. Alexander, Drugs •«© th ' soldier boys. If any one's Ben Kenshalo, R. \V. Kelly, l>. name is l «ft ofT the list it was E- Rogers. Lee Douglass, J. M. an oversight in our hurry. Es- Frierson, Henry Palm. R S. pecially do we wish to thank the I-ong, Geo. T. DeLafosse, Had- following gentl« men who so wil- If)' Robert. J. M. Wood, J. R. lii gly packed and attended to Davis...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 December 1917

THE ALBANY NEWS workers from Albany and Moran - i are to co-operate, It will be a I88UED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING , , 9 fine opportunity for friends of Ric!iafjEd and Pui5l'sh f the Red Cross living in different m. IWtrt * Mccarty Asucuit tiito# ■ mwi««< atcot) SKutjwt., parts of the county to get ac- Ktwt.d nh. i-u.t o«c. «i Aib.njr. «. quainted. The public cordiallv Swond Clau Mail Mittar . r invited to attend. Subscription Pkr Year w,t),v., x. , UKI) CROSS NOrKS AllVRkTISINU HAT KB. Diaplujr *vlv«rttiif'rn ' iti«, find* i iMrtu.na. If) ihe rallies which were to have M'lts p**' inch. ubrf«*t|ii«hl inavrtiona. 12 1-2 . e«*Up*r inch for inwHon. Sum# rwJuc- 1-0011 held Ht SnUlUm. HfUl clt I )|! - (ton will b* mud#? on n.iv* r lM*tu«nt* thut are on*-- STnotir^in-p:/;::'.';;, u'r were postponed 6 on account of the severe weath- FH1DAV. I>KC. 11. I'.HT. er' N^'W arrangements will be j made for both, at the earliest i Fort Worth. Tex.. Dec. 11. l'.UT possible dates. Please accept my th...

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