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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 7 March 1930

USK KEEAN i, i i € \ • n ,ir .. WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL Originally Established February 27, 1850. WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COJNT\ RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY MARCH 7 >9.(0 VOLUMF. II NO if How Do Yon Like To Live In Rusk?' That question has been a*-ked in J a noticeable number of rimes since I moved herein Dree Ikw. At tir t I thought nothing ol' it, then T noted its repitition, and now I have come to ponder why so, many ask. Is there some- thing pecuiar about Rusk, or about me, why I should or shoujd not like itV I don't know, yet, but I'm telling you straight from the shoulder that I like Rusk and enjoy living here. People make a town and give to it quality and flavor. The geniality and hospitality ano un- iform kindness of the people ex- tended to me have put a good tiste in my mouth and power- fully predisposed me to liKe the town. These expressions of good will have come, not only from the members of the church I...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 7 March 1930

£R ALL ELSE FAILS | 9ui8 Iiady Glad to Relate Her • Fine Experience With New AnclDifferent Medicine I & MRS. DORA BAUER. Konjola is a different medicine simply because it scores victory after victory in cases that have defied and resisted all medicines and treatments tried. This is not a boast. It is a fact estab- lished and proved in thousands of cases like that of Mrs. Dora Bauer, 3403 Vincint avenue, St. Louis. Read the grateful words: "How I wish that every suf- ferer from neuritis could know what Konjola did for me. For ten years I endured agonies from this awful ailment. I had to k°ep my arms wrapped tightly to ease the pain. My digestion was bad, too, and this weakened me, making me still easier prey for neuritis. I can not remember how many medicines and treat- ments I tried, but found nothing to give relief, until I found Kon- jola. In just five weeks this re- markable medicine restored di- gestion, rid my aystemof poisons and impurities, and then the neuritis left as i...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 7 March 1930

V I the Rusl \ weeldf newspaper publiah*d vnry JYiday •lorning at Ruak, County, Te: CbtrokM a* O. WARD, Editor and Publisher Pearl L. Ward, Anat. Editor & Pub Office Phone 316 Kntered as second-clp-sa matter, July 16. 1919, at the postofflce at Rusk, Texas, tinder the Act of March 8, >879. Cherokeeail The oil b°om enjoyed by 1 Zandt county seems to be well founded and making many changes. In Canton they no longer all go to bed at eight o'clock: and in Wills Point the the night watch stays up until after the midnight train goes through. o SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $ 1-50 Six Months -75 Three Months -40 OUR CREED One thing about tne poor In- j | dian, while his name may sound unmisical, it usually means, or; rather stands for something in- telligible, but you can't go much on the designation borne by many white men. One of the meanest fellows we ever knew was named "Goodfellow." DOCTORS DISAGREE When children are irritable and peevish, grind their teeth and sleep restlessly,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 7 March 1930

w £ ^ t« With the Hands Officials. banking depart- Bank Division, Association, dis- ■ the past flv# supervision out ol discretionary Dmlsslonera, to ( of , office, to sup* uate forces of I and to relieve J of duties foreign (recent statement ation. jtently "urged that pmmlssioner be a- polltlc* as the ju- at it be divorced of state *ov- nent saya. "Fur- | of office be made sting, with suffi- per granted to at- servlces of men |itlve ability, cour- and successful first survey of aents by the dlvi- he need for lm- be basis of data Bent that, through I in many states, taken in the | by one the states ze the primary ] competent bank* le demand for ln- jiness of banking ng to be met." oners Are Chosen commissioner is independent de- krernment in thlr- nkers fled. In Commissioner is tlons; In one he Ilble lists of tbe liothei he 1a s I a one state the Jjiects a list of ih the governor pperlntendent at is appointed by , Commission and State Banking |>{ bank commls- ngthened in eev- last...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 7 March 1930

Personal Items x "Say It With Flower*." Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, designs. funerai MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. Mrs. Mary McDaniels was a visitor in .Jacksonville, last week. Attorney R. C. Sewell of Houston, was a business visitor in Rusk, last week. ;; Miss Hariott who is teaching at Diboll, spent the week end in Rusk with friends. V Lester Bolton of Maydelle, was a business visitor here last Thursday. T. C. Camnbell of Longview attended court here last week. Ben McClendou of Alto, in Rusk the latter part of week. was last nn itiF 'ax nunc iukkokkea* Llttlejohn Simpson and Em- met Carter of Jacksonville, visi- ted here Sunday. J. M. Meador of Jacksonville, was here Monday, attending the Masonic lodge. He is Deputy Gland Master of the State of Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Rembert Guinn and little daughter, Mrs. Hobb and James Word of Austin spent the week end here with Mr. and Mrs.JphnB. Guinn, returning home Monday after...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 7 March 1930

' gl I i i \ U a d a o V 5Z b w 2 li tl P cj ai h( w ti VI fr in cl at in d< te ob in Bi at to la ed fr bv be ch pr Is or in fe BANKERS FIND GROUP BANKING Over 13 Billion Dollars of Bank Assets in Affiliated Systems Numbering 1,850 Members— In Nearly Every State. Over 1.S50 banks with more than thirteen billion dollars in resources are shown to be associated with chain or group banking systems in the United States in facts recently gath- ered by the Economic Policy Commis- sion of the American Cankers Asso- ciation. The chairman of the con* mission, R. S. Ilecjit of New Orleans, IttMll'S SA LS REAL KSTATE THE STATE OF TEXAS Countyof Cherokee Whereas, byvirtue of an alias order of sale, issued out of the District court of Snvth County, Texas, on the judge- ment rendered in said court on the 25th. day of November. |1(J29, in favor of John M. Stephens and against W. B. Yates and R. P. Dorough, Trustee of the estate of "V. B. Yates, bank- rupt, foreclosing a judgment lien on the :and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 14 March 1930

■« •.•«. . ^ •-i / THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN ■ . • ■ ' h ftt K WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS.JOURNAL Originally Established February 27, 1850. WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROU S CHEROKEE COUNTY RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY MARCH «4, '930 VOLUME If, NC 40 t m it ■ X /J if ¥ h I Nac- Itreas- lockett plected mailt- n the Her 'of of the udlipp raitt®e; loches, train- organi- ■ Jack- e com- | <es, in- Highly Respected Citizen Called To His Reward Showdown in Cattle Dipping Fight Looms. Interscholastic League County Court On fleeting Great Success Criminal Docket. Teachers And Scholars Free Moving Picture Jacksonville Disposes Of It's Sunday Movies T. W. Crump, aged 67 .year.--, well known and most highly re- spected citizen of Rusk, pa.-se 1 away on the evening of Thurs- day, March 6th., being the vie tim of a paraletic stroke, sus- tained about eight days before, and after which but 1 itt'e hope for his recovery was entertain- ed. Funeral services, conducted b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 14 March 1930

- ■. v.. nd Different Medicine Welcomes' Any Tesfc—Re- sults Are What Counts SPARED BY GODS Navajo Tom-Toms and Danes Save Rug Maker. MR. RAYMOND SCHMIDT Results are what count; mere words and promises mean nothing. Konjola has won fame and friends just by making good, and that is the medicine sufferers want and should have. Imagine the joy of Mr. Raymond Schmidt R. F. D. No. 1, Sedalia, Mo., when he was able to say: "Though I know it to be true I find it hard to believe Konjola in just three months, ended my sufferings of nine years duration. For that long time I suffered from indigestion, constipation, kidney trouble and catarrh. No food agreed with me; every night I had to get up numerous times, and the catarrh certainly added to my misery. In those nine years I tried no end of medicine and treatments, and everyone was a miserable failure. But| how different with Konjola. j Week by week I grew better,1 and in three months I was rtiy old self again. To me Konjola is the most wonde...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 14 March 1930

t '4 *. F* f II V. > f/« waafcly Murapaptr riday morning at ' County, Ta Lnak, ChwuteM a* O. WARD, Editor and Publisher p«irl L. Ward. Asst. Editor & Pub Office Phone 316 Sintered as second-clMe matter, July 16, 1919, at the postoffice at Rusk, Texas, under the Act of March 8, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year 9 1.50 Six Months. .76 Three Months .40 OUR CREED "I take no thought of my neighbor's . birth, Or the way he matces his prayer: I grant him a white aan s place on earth, If his game is on the square. If he plays straight, I'll call him mate; If he cheats, I'll drop him flat; Ail rank but this is a worn out lie, patent medicine advertisement, but suppose tbe patient bad been eating persimmons, seed skin and all? The man who made a fool of himself and embarassed • the horned frog of Eastland county fame, by exhibiting it over the country, is running for office, but can't shake hands with the voters on account of the warts on his paws. AN UNPLEASANT SUBJECT ■fdBia vt ' ,o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 14 March 1930

' I Dung, m hatlnnl pdople— ) them to higher things in ■ "Achieving Success in In this book ilJus- with actual pictures of ises, the author bas kept . mind that youth has a limit- ambition, that young men young women reach for the v stars, that they are hungry, in- satiable for life with its rich ex- periences, and sensations; that, for youth, life in all its fullness . lies AHEAD. It has been long known that the biggest incomes and the richest opportunities are to bs found in the tield of business; that young men and young women often achieve greater success before they are thirty than many men achieve in other callings in a life time. But, so far as any one knows, few books have been written telling why. "Achieving Success in Business" is one of the few. The courses which are known to equip young peoplo best for any position the business world offers are explained in the help- ful book. Tyler Commercial College and School of Business Administrated is the publisher of this book—the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 14 March 1930

i 'ersonal Items : ' , *'8*7 It With Flowart." Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral designs. f f I r i O : ,4:1 '• sf Ji | I * MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telepraph Delivery Association. .Judge J. J. Bolton was a visit- or in Jacksonville, Tuesday. J. W. Chandler Jr , of spent Tuesday in Rusk. Alto, W. B. S tone was In Chi rend the first of the week. Mrs. Alvin Sherman is in Dal* las, selecting goods for her ready-to-wear emporium and in- cidentally keeping in touch with Alvin, who is over at Fort Worth. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wiliard, of Livingston, were in Ku*k Tuesday. Mr. Wiliard was form- erly publisher of the paper at his harny town. M, B. Ellis and Alvin Sherman were among those leaving here Wednesday morning, for the Fat Stock Show, and they took their lunch along with them. Jas. I. Perkins made a busi- ness trip to Orange, last week. J. O. Coupland was a visitor in Jacksonville, Friday. J. W. Pearson of Gallatin, was in Rusk the last of the w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 14 March 1930

ffc'-- HSv i I I j i * 1 cHeet *"« (continued from Page One) Johnnie Dillehay, La- ici Horton; 2nd, East Side Lorita Johnson, Charles jgrove; 3rd, Joe Wright im, Evelyn Smith, Doris Bol- jer. . Sub-juniors—1st,Joe Wright team, Mary Lou Nunn, Braly Thompson; 2nd, Rusk team, Evelyn Tosh and Lorine Thompson; 3rd, West Side team, Kathleen Horton, Fred Ragsdale. Spelling, Rural Division Seniors—1st, Barsola team, Berta Lee Latham, Milo Pat- ton; 2nd, Dialville, Minnie Lee Edmiston, Freddie Sides; 3rd, Maydelle, Bettie Bell Durrett, Evelyn Roach. Juniors—1st, Gallatin, Don- ald Colvin, Mary Jenkins; 2nd, Parks, Annie Mae Saxton, Loy- ce Norris; 3rd, Barsola, Echo Starling, Violet Mulan; Cove Springs tied for 3rd place, Vel- vet Tippett and Ruby Lee Holcomb. Sub-juniors — 1st, Cove Springs, Lois Casper, Mildred Holcomb; 2nd, Barsola, Marie Solly, Mollie Stokes; 3rd, Parks Frances Pry or, Victorine Sax- on. Black Jack tied for 3rd place, Beth Beall and Letha Musick. Picture Memory Contest j...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 March 1930

....... SI J K y ur f - . at ... iH ni , y rs • % tor ■' • y i j!«% r\ ' • V . 1 II • . *. *• - i WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRES&-JOURNAL WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROU S CHEROKEE COUNTY Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY MARCH 2 , '930 VOLUME If, NO 41 To The Voters Of Cherokee County: With the hope of realizing an ambition I have had for some time, I am submitting my name as a candidate for Distric Judge of the Second Judicial £)istrictof Texas, which includes Cherokee, Angelina and Nacogdoches coun- ties. I have spent my entire life in the District except the period I was in school, and in the Army during the recent war. In 1922 I received my law degree at the University of Texas, since which time I have been actively engaged in the Dractice of the profession in my native county. With the experience I have had in all the courts of this State, I feel that I am qualified for the position I seek at the hands of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 March 1930

*N I Save Gl<t while you beautify that shabby piece of furniture Met now! SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY OFFER ON ENAMELOID jHere's what yon yet: One whole pint can Enameloid and one genuine rubber set paint brush. Enameloid, the new rapid drying enamel, produces a remarkably hard, lus- trous and long-wearing finish. Rapid drying that robs neither quality nor beauty nor durability. These two items are easily worth $1.50, vet to get you acquainted with Enameloid, the perfect decorative enamel, we offer them both to you for only 89c. s-ir loid and mngagm a good painter ^ZRWlN-WlLLlt > products A ENAMELOIJ lORANCgJ ol COVER THE Ml th is for 16 beautiful colors innumerable mixtures •J7s© excellent far use on anils (tuff wow/work W/LL/AMS THE DECORATIVE ENAMEL We make this special trial offer to prove to you that Sherwin- Williams Enameloid is a per- fectly balanced, rapid-drying varnish enamel. Brushes out freely. Dries rapidly without loss of color, beauty, faster or durabil- ity/ For beaw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 March 1930

} mmmm ). WABlk Editor and Pnblblwr *rl L. Will, Aaat. Editor ft Pub ire Phone S18 Kttered as sccond-cliias matter, July I®, 1919. at the poatoffice at Rock, Texas, under the Act ot March 8. 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year 9 1.50 Six Months .76 Three Months .40 An ex-county clerk up in Okla- homa has been sentenced to jail lor sixtv days for embezzling $1,800 00. That can hardly be regarded as fair compensation for a fee office. For District Attorney: ■ iWw minaaii irrniia For County Attorney: H. T, BROWN For County Judge: J. J. (Capt) BOLTON (ResEletion) For District Clerk: A. M VINING (ResEletion) For Sheriff: J. A. SMITH RICHARD R. GRAY (Reflection) A Ohio youth is married on the day that he starts serving a • ten year penitentiary sentence, and kisses his bride goodbye at the entrance of the prsion. That is one marriage that should not prove a failure through misun- derstanding coming at the break- fast table, at least for the time being. A friend, or pretended friend of ours...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 March 1930

I • ; list farie Id, th«| >mn>ow| it 1, M. T. Martin, guardian kte of Mattie Marie Marjin and orke Clair Martin, minors, hav- the 14th.. day of March, A. D. filed in the County Court of jkee County, Texas, an ap'plica- a to make and execute oil. gas and eral leases to and on the following bribed land belonging to the estate otiaid wards, to wit: Being 40.5 acres, a part of the (•arkin Baker league, and described bym etes and bounds as follows: Beginning at the N. E. corner of a tract conveyed by J. T. Martin to R. T. Martin by deed dated April 3, 1915. Thence West 91 vrs. to stake for cor- ner.' Thence S. 8 5 E. with marked line 1300 vrs, to S. B. line of the Matthews-Kersh tract 7"hence East 275 vrs. to S. W. corner of J. A. Martin land. Thence with W. B. line ©f said J. A. Martin land N. 16 W. 1500 vrs. to the place of beginning. That saiA application for authority to make and execute oil, gas and min- eral leases on said land has been set down for hearing and will be heard ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 March 1930

I A ■ "i y' '•S«y It With «|bw!kt * Say it with ours. •%iAJ®',:tvfeW • Cut flowers, pot pfcntg. funeral designs. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. E S. Brown of Sumiuertield, was a Rusk visitor Monday. ibis weejt as the gat t of P: els fDaaald was re: thetl§sni,tne interest of the firm of t&trfftBlft Bros., future cattle kings o( East, Texas, in deciding on the best grade of cattle to handle and the style of boots to wear. « John Glass of Dialville,. was a visitor here this week. Tom Junior Celt-brutes. Mrs. Alvin Sherman was a visitor in Jacksonville, Monday. Forest Gullion of Gallatin, was here this week on court busi- ness. Mrs. Fnanklin of Alto visited her daughter, Mrs.T. J. Stovall, this week. Turn Jr., Singletary celebrated his 12th., birthday, last Tues- pay, having as his guests James McCord, Harold Ross and Miss Marjorie Gipe. His uncle, W. P. Singletary, of Lufltin, came oyer to take lunch with the happy party. Baptist C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 March 1930

vwa &. if- \ •• '".^ v' m- w; ' [ J v!^'- I i i SATURDAY, MARCH 22nd Narks the Turning Point. We are go- ing Strictly a Cash Basis, and will make as Good or Better Prices on All Quality Groceries as you will find anywhere. r All Gold None Better 3 Lb. Can *1.15 Matches 3 Boxm for 10c U Maxwell House 3 Lb Can $1.06 Cheese FuH Cream Pound 28c U El* El, 3 Lb. Bucket Granddad Q 7 r Cup and Saucer 100% Pure wll Lemons Lar«e size-3eo\ Dozen 33c 3 Lb. Bucket Red Bull, Cup QQ/i and Saucer, Coffee and Chicory Bucket vtfl MustardJ«« Jar 20c O Fresh Santos Peaberry OCr Limit 4 Pounds Pounds Jelly P reFruit 3 Jars 25c \ v Good Fresh Rio, '100 Saturday Only 6 Pounds for I Vv Oysters treasure island Can 15c Peaches Nu^et N°-Cans 23c Veal Loaf 17c 3 for 50c Cakes Sieii Pound 27c Sardines AMERICAN m on C«n 5c Cocomalt K®f l«60c Special at 47c t TIY For a" F'ne Laundering liua Saturday Only 3 for 25c Mackerel i^cam per can 15c Tripe super bran<i Large Can 28c TRY BARR'S VEGETABLE DINNER 5 KIN...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 4 April 1930

•> )-,V ¥0 " fMKf, ^;.l SSKTFJ!* spp5S*|^5 -7 % I I WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1930. .VOLUME 11, NO. 43 [i A LONG SUFFERER | THI ANSWERS; THE SUMMONS ' FREEZE CAUGHT US AND CAUGHT US HARD LAST COTTON REPORT SHOWS MATE RAIL LOSS. HIGHER COURT PASSES ON CRIMINAL CASES Mrs. Cyrinthia Dear Sloan, wife of R. F. Sloan, passed away a her late home in this city, at 8:30 p.. ni., Sat- urday, March 29th., after an illness that extended over a period of many years, the last seven of which she pa- tiently suffered while helpless and bedridden, and >she met the end with same patience and resignation that had. characterized her long suffering, and no doubt met the end not only without fear but also of real regret. Funeral serrices, conducted by Rey. J. E. Butrill, were held at the Methodist Church, at 4:00 p. m., Sun- day...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 4 April 1930

— — SPECIAL -•••'".•"*11 .. <■ ■ * Vrl vv) H- Pc Every woman wants a new dress for Easter Sunday, April 20. We have a complete new collection especially bought for the Easter holiday. Fashions for a Sum- mer's Day. The new Summer fashions point to a gracious printed silk for daytime or street wear- printed georgettes for afternoon—printed chiffons for afternoon and evening wear—- prints of all kinds for any time. All these, and the modish one-color, too, may be selected from our rack at a remarkable saving during our be- fore EASTER SPECIAL SALE. FOUR MIGHTY VALUES: All Spring and Summer Dresses $18.50 to $24.50 now at $15.95 This group includes our very best dresses in crepes, georgettes, chiffons; with small flowers and dots—or large flowers and dots—with flowing lines and sheer materials. GROUP NO. 2 Includes All DRESSES From $14.95 to $17.50 Now priced at $12.45 Of course this price means nothing to you until you have seen the remarkable materials and workmanship in these dre...

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