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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 25 May 1906

THE FALLS CIT TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , MAY 25 , 1906. < . vf * ? - S < j $ -i N w ' mm $ We are advised by the field inspector of the Sugar Company under date | | of April 23 , that 4ooo acres have been planted to beets and that 3ooo more | t acres will be in within two weeks. This insures a successful season for ; | ; t the factory , and meane a second factory , at Deerfield , for next year's 1 | crop. Think about these things. If you fully realize what it all means , y 'I . you will not wait longer , but "get in the band wagon. " % > $ The Pontiac III. , Sentinel has this to say regarding the " y , ' < 1 Crop Outlook in Western Kansas. $ T. 13. ( irndy , .lolin Young and George F. Knapp returned Monday $ J morning from Garden City , Kan. , and report having had to upend Inat Tliui'S- 4 day in the private car of Bane & Co. . at Deerfield , on account of a heavy , ' : ! rain falling all day and purl of two nights , which thoroughly soaked the * ' ; : > entire country in...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 25 May 1906

Inc FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , MAY 25 , 1906 mi i ii 11 mi ii IIIIIMIM n ii i n in HI HIM DON'T BE DECEIVED ! The new catalogue of Mongtomery-Warcl relates a visit made by their representative to my store and the purchase he made. ' This catalogue says he paid $3.50 for a wool robe that they will sell for $3. The wool robe I sold him was made by the Northern Woolen Mills of Cleveland , Ohio. Montgomery-Ward cannot buy a single robe of this concern , and they haven't a wool robe in their establishment like the one I sold him. They make prices on certain goods in their catalogue which I give together with my price for the name arti cles : MON'TOOMUUY-WAIU ) Mv PKICK : .75 Brush .05 $3.00 Wool Robe $3.00 1.75 Leather Net 1.50 .75 Leather Halter .75 .15 Six Snaps .15 .45 Brush and Comb .40 SG.S5 $0.45 These are my regular prices and are not made to fit the occasion. PAUL HESSLER. . 111 n 111111111111 - ' t H I H I I I I I I I II I I ! d 0).J ) The Falls City Roller Mills O ra > ti...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 25 May 1906

wr * THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , MAY 25 , 1906 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Entered nn second-class matter as Falls City , Nebraska , post olllce , Janu ary 12 , 1'HU , under the Act of Congress of March 3 , IS" ' ) . Published cvciy 1'riday at Falls City , Nebraska , bv The Tribune Pulillsbind Company One vcat Sl.OO Six months . - - - . > Three months - .35 TELEPHONE 226. 'Plic News nominates Kd Kal- loon for attorney jjoilcral on the democratic ticket. The base ball boys will attend a Sunday school picnic Sunday afternoon. Sam Kdtfar is the promoter. Three saloons in Kails City conies as near Standard oil in earning capacity as any industry we know. A daylight , journey of 201) ) miles last week disclosed the fact that there is really great danger of the pastures being ruined by dandelions. If 'Pom Me Lain were only here the proposed Fourth of July cele bration would be assured. As it is it seems that there will be nothing doing. A glance at our soloons last Thursday night gave...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 25 May 1906

( . . _ . . nc HALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , MAY 25 , 1906 LOCAL LORE. Eat Sowles' candy , K. 13. Grinstcad of Salem was in town Monday. Thos. Smith left Tuesday for Eldorado , Kansas. J. G. McBride was down from Stella the past Friday. Guy Grecnwald spent Sunday -with relatives in Salem. Henry llasenyager of Tecumseh - seh is visiting with his mother here. John Morehead was a business visitor in the West End on Tues day. day.P. P. S. Heacock returned Tues day from a brief business trip to Centralia , Kansas. H. E. Lemon on Route 1 was a welcome visitor at this office last Thursday evening. Mrs. J. O. Miller of Waterloo , Iowa is now numbered among The Tribune Readers. Mrs. C. 13. Peabocly of St. Joseph is visiting vith lier par ents Sam'l Prater and wife. Mrs. Thos. Mo Lane of 211 North 2nd Street , Atchison Kan sas is visiting with friends here. Loie Rogers of Hiawatha who has been visiting with Dorothy "White returned Tuesday to her home in Hiawatha. John Mattes of Nebraska City ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 25 May 1906

6 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , MAY 25 , 1906 Wild Grasses Under Cultivation. All our grasses were originally wild. The man who domesti cates a grass is one of the great est benefactors of the race- It mav not be known to the boys that timothy has been domesti cated in the last two centuries. It was found growing wild in Piscataqua , New Hampshire' , in a swamp about two centuries ago by a man named Herd , and hence was called Herd's grass. A farmer named Timothy Hanson domesticated it : ind cultivated it extensively and hence it came to be known in the neighborhood as Timopliy's grass. Mr. Herd and Timothy Hanson ought each to have a monument as high as that erected to the Father of His Country. They are benefactors of the human race. The same may be said of every man who domesticates a new grass. We have native to the west a number of valuable grasses. To what extent we will be able to domesticate them is a matter yet to be determined. It is unfortu nate that no means have yet...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 25 May 1906

> " - I THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , MAY 25 , 1906. HUMBOLDT James Ruse of Puwnco City was pur chasing horses in this part of the last of the week. No place can beat Hnmboldt and vicinity for tine stock. Geo. MeConnell came In from the west Monday after spending a month t Kltieolu , Omaha and other points. A happy smile Is now on the face of E. L. Crane as his better half returned the first of the week from a visit with lowii relative * . Frank Carpenter of Table Rock was ii Hnmbolot visitor Tuesday. The graduation exercises of Hum- bold t high school will be held on Tues- tiny evening , May 2th. ! ) The class is composed of but three members this year : Garnett Murray , Herbert Ford and Jessie Draper. Rev. L. R. Smith will preach the baccalaureate sermon In the Presbyterian church on Sunday evening May 20lh. Mrs. U. L. IIolI was on the sick list the forepart of the week. Elmer Woods and family of Elk Creek spent Sunday with L. C. Mann and wife. Etta Reichers returned to her...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 25 May 1906

THE FALLS CITk' TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , MAY 25 , 1906. $40,000 Private Money to loan , Annual Interest - C. Smith Henry . est , Optional payments , Choice farms in this and adjoining counties , cheap homes in the LANDS & LOANS West and South. Exchanges made. A GOOD DEAL FSTATE B\ IW FARMs IWA , & -i s swfivra s Richardson and Brown count ) farms , Falls CitproperU for sale and rent at reduced prices , also fine wheat and corn land in Butler and Dickinson counties , Kas. , where the recent rains assures one of the largest crops of both corn and wheat in the history of the state. We can give you excursion rates every Tuesday. Do not buy until you have seen our list and got our prices. We have made good money for every one we have sold Kan sas land to , and we can do the same for > 'ou. If you will go at once and bur , you will get the wheat crop now growing on the. land. Do not forget our excursions every Tuesda\ . One fare plus $2 for the round trip. The following are a few of ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 1 June 1906

a * . i THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE. Vol. HI FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , JUNE i , 1906. Whole No. 125 1 fs. Eighth Grade Commencement. The standing room sign was out at the Gehling last Friday night , the occasion being the Eighth grade commencement excercises. It would be a very difficult matter to mention one feature of the program without speaking of all as the excellence was so uniform. We cannot re frain however , from alluding to the splendid singing of the chil dren under thedirection of Prof. Richardson. To hear children sing in three parts is unusual , but to hear them sing as well as they did Friday night is except ional enough to call for com ment. The music in the schools has reached a high degree of ex cellence under Prof. Richardson and his teaching if * giving to the little ones an idea as well as a love for music that will have a marked effect in shaping their lives and characters. Some suggestion has been made that music woulel be eliminated next year. The Tribune b...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 1 June 1906

THE FALLS CITk' TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JUNE I , 1900. .j ; < * j > < * > - xt-S > JJ > 'J-et > JVlJ' J > 5"Jx ! " ; > ' ? "S"5Hs > it > tvt"5 > 5 > ' ? 't' < ? "ty " ? Jx'J"i > $ "t > ? x ? > ' S' < JyS > ' ? > SHEZ\P HOMES ! , - : ' \ l - < > < i > i' | i'i i ' * We have them in Southern Kansas that t' < ' ? $ > 9 are and soon will be under irregation , in ' 9 9 9 ft * ? * ; suring crops and increasing in value each t year. This is the Poor Man's Paradise and will * soon be beyond his reach. Now is the time to act. The advance in price this year will make a good income. Join our next excur = sion and seethe wonderful growth of this new country which is attracting the atten = tion of farmers from every state in the un = ion. Call and see us and let us reason to = gether. 9 'V ' 9 1 ' 9 $ 1I I RIEGER & SEBOLD I OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE , FALLS CITY , NEB. $ . . . * * * * - o-i- STELLA. Arthur Culllson ot Auburn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 1 June 1906

Inc. FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JUNE 1 , 1906 VWOU UUUUOWOOfeH > O4 OU U/uOO4JU UUUUUwUO&-ttOaUUUUUUOU&V HEISER A MOSIMAN PROP'S OF 1 THE FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET . 31 Pn AI W nre 00 ( 'lu'e8 ° ee on 31ol A / ol rOOU Dreesed Meats as well. Only the best Veal , an Lamb , Pork and Poultry find their way into our market. * We are HAVIXO uxesL'AM.Y LOW miens on Salt and Cured a Meats , also Lard. If you want today's prices ring us tip. We a ! are at your service always. * * * * NOTICE. * * You can buy Hiawatha Flour , Highest Patent , No. 999. The kind you have > MA always bought of V. G. Lyford. The McGuire Co. Milling . 5C.v. JM The Falls City Roller Mills ' Doctu general milling business , ; iml manufacture- ? following brands of flour ' SUNFLOWER MAGNOLIA CROWN o The above brands arc gutiruntccdto be of the highest po i- > ttlc quality. We also manufacture all mill products and conduct a general S ] T Grain , Live Stock and Coal Business c and solicit a share of 3'...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 1 June 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JUNE I , 1906 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNI Kutcrcd as Nccoml-clas * matter a Falls City , Nebraska , post office , Jann arv 12 , 1'ku , under the Act of ConRrcs March 3 , IST'L Published every Friday at Kails City Nebraska , by Thr Tribune Publishing Comptvny Six n' mills - - -0 Three months .3 TELEPHONE 226. DON'T KILLTIIH BIRDS. Within the last week ever : K.ills City .school boy has beci given a little leaflet admonishini him not to kill the birds am gi\ing the reasons why. Th reasons why birds should not bi killed should be read not aloni hi tahool boys but by boys growi old as well. We therefore pub lish them. Hecanse our laws forbid it. liciausc they are of no ust when dead. because they art1 harmless and have a right to live. Itocuusu nobody has a right U take the life of any animal ex . .opt for food or self protection. Because it is cowardly to kil them when they trust us , am gather about us to cheer us witl their song. JJecause they act as a po...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 1 June 1906

1 lie HALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JUNK 1 , 1906 LOCAL LORE Eat Sowles' candy. V. G. Lyford returned home from Lincoln Friday afternoon. Mrs. Ward of Tccumseh is vis iting her brother , John Gilligau and family , Mrs. I3. II Jusscn has returned from a ten days visit with friends in Omaha. Dr. J. L. Garni } ' of llumboldt was talking with friends here last Friday. Nellie Santo was up from her home in Rule between trains last Friday afternoon. Miss Putnam left last Friday night for Geneva where she will attend summer normal , Mrs. E. F. Sharts spent Satur day with her brother , W. II. Wheeler , and family at Stella. Dowty Watson of Reserve , Ks. , was a pleasant caller at the home of Christ Horn last Sunday eve. Mrs. C. Horn and son , Henry , and daughters , Augusta and Emma , were in Falls City Satur day. Bessie Shock is spending her vacation from her work in St. Joe with her parents south of town. Mrs. 'P. J. Gist lelt for York ' Wednesdaj' to attend a week end house party given by...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 1 June 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JUNE I , 1906 Worth While. Bettor to do nothing thitn to do all.Pliny. . Nothing is so foolish as the laugh of a fool. Martial. To make any jain some out lay is necessary. IMnutns. The living voice is that which sways the s o n 1. Pliny the Younger. This world is given tor n pri/.e for the man in earnest. Hobertson. Despair and disappointment are cowardice and defeat.Tho. . There is precious instruction to be got by finding we art wrong. Garylc. L had rather men should asli why my statue is not set uj : than what it is. Cato. Worlc is not a man's punish ment. it is his reward and his strength. fJeorge Sand. We are more sensible of what is one against custom than against nature. Plutarch. Hut for some ( rouble and sorrow row we would never know hall the good there is about us.-- Dickens. The best education in the u oriel is that got by struggling to make a living. Wendell Phillips. Did you ever notice ho\v often the other fellow lacks judg ment ? We ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 1 June 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JUNE I , 1906. New Bath House. A number of Falls City capital ists interested themselves in this Manitou enterprise , which is now being pushed to a rapid comple tion. We find the following in the Manitou Journal which will be of interest to them : "Mr. D. N. Hitchcock arrived in Manitou Saturday of last week , after an extended absence and was shaking hands right and left , everybody seeming delighted to see him and to learn that work would begin on the batli house in a few days. Early this week men and teams began the work of grading and excavating for the basement and foundation of the splendid new structure which will be , when completed , the finest and most perfectly arranged bath house in the United States. The bath house will be of white enameled brick , two stories high , 153 feet long , 70 feet wide , and will have a capacity to bathe 3,500 people daily. It will have every modern convenience and luxury and will be finished in white enamele...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 1 June 1906

8 THE FALLS ClT TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JUNE I , 1906. $40,000 Private Money to loan , Annual interest = C. Smith Henry . est , Optional payments , Choice farms in this and adjoining counties , cheap homes in the LANDS & LOANS West and South. Exchanges made. smsm RULO. II C , lnmi - of Fall * < ily was u busl- . oni-day this ne .M visitor In tM nty week Jlin btcwartof Wymoro looking after the HurllnntoiiV interests In Hulo. Jlin Ulcnn sliippeil his outlll cur to Falls City last Thursday. Mr Tw.-ed of St. .loo was huro last Friday Wm. tivans is working with the Uurllngton fence gang. llonry Schmidt received a oar of crushed rock from Tectiinseh which ho will use In the concrete walks for Mrs. Helpcro. John Mooncy is the owner of a brand now two seated surrey. Prof. A. 1) . Larabee of 1'reston was a Ilulo visitor Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. llesslo Hrlnugur visited at the i-nnntv capitol Saturday afternoon. Molllo Wlntcrbottom was a county K-ut visitor Saturday'and Sunday. C. K. Celoy...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 8 June 1906

/ - fLV. . 1 t''lxL/C THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE. Vol. Ill FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , JUNE 8 , 1906. Whole No. 126 Commencement Exercises. The exercises of the 2-lth an nual commencement of the high school was held last Friday evening at the Gehling , which was packed to the last notch. Curtain was raised at 8:30 : p. in. , displaying an extremely pretty scene. The twelve graduates were seated at the front ol the stage in cozy rockers and roomy easy chairs. Behind the class were the members of the high school fac ulty. The large chorus , under the direction of Prof. Richard son , occupied the remainder of the stuge , elevated tiers of chairs being procured for their use upon this occasion. The first number on the program was the Flag of Liberty rend ered by the entire chorus , being a patriotic selection of unusual harmony. The invocation by Rev. Cline was rendered in an earnest and impresssive manner , containing many phrases which will cause the graduates to forget the dark shad...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 8 June 1906

BT w T' THE FALLS CITV TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JUNE 8 , 1906. ! CHEAP HOMES ! j ' > 9S' S' * S T ! > & I We have them in Southern Kansas that | I are and soon will be under irregation , in = f | suring crops and increasing in value each | " t iii . year. i ; ! > > | This is the Poor Man's Paradise and will | | soon be beyond his reach. Now is the time | I to act. The advance in price this year will | I make a good income. Join our next excur = | 1 > sion and seethe wonderful growth of this I 1 new country which is attracting the atten = | I tion of farmers from every state in the un = | | ion. Call and see us and let us reason to = | I gether. 1 I RIEGER & SEBOLD < 5J , FALLS CITY , NEB. 1 OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE - - - FARGO Ualda Danneckcr of Wluncbago val ley was transacting business In Kulo this \vcuk. Jacob tuul Vernal Wright wcro pleasant callers lioro Sunday. Mrs. Werner and chllilron visited near liiinula Sunday. Hut * son , Charles who is staying hi Sunny V...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 8 June 1906

M. " . . < A Inc FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JUNES , 1906 \ \ oa > oS HEISER & MOSIMAN o > PROP'S OF 0 THE FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET c ° nre on Pure Dressed Meats ns well. Only the best Venl , 3 Lntnb , Pork and Poultry find their wny into our market. % We are HAVINO uxt'si'AUA' io\v PRICES on Salt and Cured § Meats , also Lard. If you want today's prices ring us up. Wo § are at your service nlwnys. * NOTICE. * You can buy Hiawatha Flour , Highest * * * Patent , No. 999. The kind you have always bought of V. Q. Lyford. Jf The McGuire Milling Co. ri a C § au The Falls City Roller Mills C . Ajt Docs a general milling' business , ami manufactures the jtj following brands of flour j j SUNFLOWER MAGNOLIA CROWN ' § The above brands arc jjuiirantecdto be of the highest pos g sible quality. We also manufacture all mill products and c conduct a general c ai f i Grain , Live Stock and Coal Business ' * 3 i 3 and solicit a share of your patronage c 0 c 3a . ' P. S. Heacock & So...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 8 June 1906

P TI J r"iX * . r At * THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JUNE 8 , 1906 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Untcrcd : i sccoml-clas matter as Tails City , Nebraska , jtost ollice , Janu ary 12 , 1'XM , umlcr tlie Act of Con iess of March 3 , 187' ) . every Friday at Kails City , Nebraska , by The Tribune rillillslilnrt Comptvny One year . S1.0 < Si\ months . M Three months . .3 : TELEPHONE 226. The form of the liquor notice * published in the Tribune need not cause concern. They are in strict accordance with the la\v and as it was construed by Jud c Kt'llitrar in the hearing of the Falls City liquor cases a few day * ago. The Tribune publisher liquor notices and other lejrals just as it docs everything else just right. Just .1 little public spirit on the part ol the fanners living to the south of us will insure the new railroad. Tin * building of this road would mean thousands of dollars to the farms through \\hich the proposed road would run , notwithstanding this , there seems a disposition ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 8 June 1906

v Inc HALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JUNES , 1906 LOCAL LORE Dat Sowlcs' candy. Grant Boyd came up from Rule last Friday. Miss Cronin of Rule spent Tuesday here. Clyde Haskins was down from Stella Monday. Will Morrow spent Sunday with relatives here. Geo. Ccllman was up from Re serve the past Saturday. Dr. J. LGandy was down from Ilumboldt Monday. Elsie Brown is visiting with friends at Sliickle } ' , Nebr. Mrs. Susan Boles of Rule was a Friday visitor with relatives here. Mrs. Olney Graham of Rule spent last Fridav with friends in this city. J. M. Dewald returned Monday to Omaha after having spent a week here. .lerry Richards was a business visitor in Ilumboldt last Monday afternoon. Frank Dempsey of Dawson spent Friday morning w i t h friends here. Seymour Coupe of Rule spent Friday at the home of Ferd Ilar- low and wife. Albert Staldcr of Ilumboldt precinct is one of the jurors at tJjis term of court. Mrs. Belle Van Valkenberg was up from Rule last Friday visiting in this city. M ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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