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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 February 1918

I I 1 f . w I At I i % £.1 BIG REDUCTION IN LACES AND EMBROIDERIES One lot embroidery edge and insertion, regular price 10, 12^ and 15c, special qc. One lot embroidery edge and insertion, regular price 6I/4, 7^ and 8 ', special 5c. One lot lace insertion, regular price 6'4 to i2l/a, special price 2c. One lot lace edge and insertion, regular price 10 to 15c, special sc. One lot lace edge and insertion, regular price 8^ to I2^c, special price 7 1-2C. 20 per cent Discount off all Laces and Embroideries. kv ■. -jmatv. i arTxmmarm.Y EUiS. & Cock ALBANY AND BRECKENRIDGE rani .m 1 •>fc- V I HE ALBANY NEWS Thf k",s"r " wl""« some one Id help liim turn Rus- OSIKD KVKRY FRIDAY MORNINfi sia aldose told you all the time, Richard H. McCarty, Ed. and Publisher kaist"r- ,hat vou ha<l cautrht a tUMMiikuii . . . buomiMn hornet's nest in vour net. %• itwixK .... iMMoiKk, ■iwrMkitk. PMtoaNii Albany. Tnu.H Texas heads the world for Sarond CUm Mail Mallei Jack a- law makers andpoliti-j Subscri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 February 1918

iten— .j that quality that keeps you running after IIthink you've lost the race. It is what turns (tide of battle your way, when your friends [link you are defeated. BUILD YOU A HOME ROCKWELL BROS. & CO. irala # JferannaiH .4111,11'* 1 —II— -turn* In H nam— and pImm of rMldane* of IIIUM TT-'r "** * "" PO—lbl If rouk •nwofnthor poroonal* klndlf Mnd _.UI 1>, *"•* nl""' Thli will (roatly aaalat Tha Nawa in ka«p- fe trtth local happening,and lllli«hi*hl «upra*laUd. CDIToa.l ■i te and need your! W. A. Crow is on the News' Burrows Gro. Co. honor roll. Yes, he came in and paid a year in advance for Tex- an' two greatest newspapers- Albany and Dallas News. Sanders was on our itbb week. H. S. Holland was down War Sating Stamp Campaign There are 100,000,000 of us in the United States-all in the family of our own Uncle Sam. And folks, your Uncle Sam needs money now—your money, every- body's money. He doesn't ask you to give it to him, but he wants to borrow and pay you in- terest on it....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 February 1918

Pi wj\ i A: .' ' ;;u < R . 1 k w i1* ffiP ■ Nter Mil" i S. WEBB Attorney at Law. •m "J J L. H. HILL Notary Publl WEBB HILL Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. •f ALBANY, (Shackelford County) TEXASi Successful Farming in Shackelford County (No. 5) (Continueu from last week) j A very vital point with farm- ing in this county is planting. You may not expect to get good j yiold from your farm unless it i3 planted with the proper meth- ods. It matters not how deeply or how shallow you plant a grain of corn, maize, or sorghum, the first joint will be about one inch , under the surface and for that reason, I would advocate planting as shallow as possible; just so the seed are planted deep enough to make them sprout, and espec- ially if you plant in the dust; that is dry planting as we call it. 1 think the best depth for drv planting is about one inch. Another thing that 1 have observed is that all plant roots gather nourishment from the sun and air. If you will...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 February 1918

DIDN'T ACT DIGESTION WAS DAD 115 year Old Kentucky Lady, Who Tells How She Wax Relieved After a Few Doses of Black-Draught was the life of a friendly circle. ti„n jn the Third Campaign She had a rare delicacy >f wit 'finch « f the novelty will bt . 'a kins;, but the serious purpo* that never grew wearisome. f U ciunpjli|rtl w|j, have She was a lover of the beaut i- grown Our money was reed- ful flowers, music, colors, fab- when l<oth the First and Sec- n: I Liberty Loans were float- rics. I he purest and most ^ j^it wi 11 be more than thoughtful minds." s;.> s Luskin, • r need. d when theThirdLoan is railed for. Our armv ha.- * U1«. Ky—Mr*. <"• nthl.i <lo.s '* of RI.nk-Draught" itham. of this town, nays "At Sweaty yars of nuHcful usp has itrimn, our national pay-roll has "are those vv ri ich love color most. But most ot nil -he loved ^rown. the needs of our allies life life with its mysteries, its i;nve grown, the necessity of 11KLt and its shadows, its music , wfck'h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 22 February 1918

CVEil T.,E 70?, FAr= C.iii TiiETCF! rtiERS! T'.i • war cannot ' c won w i'h- out ' : ■p aid of the Far Tiers. V. • .? i: tl: y rrnreset:! a!>out M • ■ • > tin i i}.- . ■ • r-,| j ; n of i in n i wo !i, . and i i' ■ er _>!> r -en! of the pe< I" to i arr.v Tito • '• i U1 t "„S '. >n !' sod nece iry as freight I CW-.. Se< r .' .Vi" t !• 'la < of f c n oui ■ to the l -j? pr y loan i i by T e A "•••' ' • x I * ' . e a *' •• f fn : v «' to :: .1 <«i i f" " i " * 1 ♦ , > 'ip f r 5 >M ■ ' ;: - 5S & A A vo> City Oarage J. R. Webb Owner and Manager (Successor to King Bros.) 1 . ne r a- ' well ■ ■I n. •> indeed d double ktr I 1 ■ >J/ ! * * x ?:Kw*r\. a* 1 fhr-.t ! for <y H/ v b ilH' ->.1 . )IU • ii ^, and h • has, t >n. « • : dr. •rner r help o; a ; ♦ V int ■ i i,i • n l "i r • ' i T. \..-i • o! t ■ W >t an-! . ' i . ' ' kerp i :io •, v>. • will r; i r their as- ' m "f the Ln >-i. 1 p- i: i ' ii *ty. s u•- '! ' "fi •" m ti. • . - ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 1 March 1918

/ M ito IW r. No. 39 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1918 i Whole Nnmker 1769 BS DRAMATIC CLUB PLAYED TO A FULL HOUSE &!Ihs Lueders Dramatic Club played to a full house at the Opera > Saturday nitrht. Yes, it was full to overflowing. The title W. W. Burnett |W. R. Ely For For Representative District Attorney In this issue of the News W. | In our announcement column W. Burnett of Anson, Jones you will find the name of W. R. county, announces for Repre- Ely of Baird for District Attor- sentative of the 10C>th District, ney of the 42nd Judicial District, embracing the counties of Jones Judge Ely is an able lawyer, has and Shackelford. years of experience as a prac- Mr. Burnett has lived in Jones titioner. \\ hile county attorney m county he proved . , . . , i- - - — ■« a strong prosecu-, t ginner and farmer in Luedortt community, and intro-' and ha,, been a tiller of the soil tor. Has served hia county for "Texas l(an«er." Then Long, our county and county for something like t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 1 March 1918

5 ifi k-'t"" m Mm* I * • | rpl< U'" C j>".; iMK ,1 «] 11 "i*&1 8& C j t* 4 • Hj. BIG REDUCTION IN LACES AND EMBROIDERIES I Jy 1 Ai I One lot embroidery edge and insertion, regular price io, 12'6 and 15c, special qc. One lot embroidery edge and insertion, regular price 6'4, 7^ and 8*\ special 5c. One lot lace insertion, regular price 6'4 to i2,/3, special price 2c. One lot lace edge and insertion, regular price 10 to 15c, special 5c. One lot lace edge and insertion, regular price 8,/3 to i2yx, special price 7 1-2c. 20 per cent Discount off all Laces and Embroideries. jr| I €1 M .2 1 Sedwick & Cook ALBANY AND BRHCKENRIDQE ■4 1 HE ALBANY NEWS There is one thinjr about this drouth, it has sure pulled West I UBI'ED every Friday morning Texas out of the mud hole. Richard H. McCarty, Ed. and Publisher ■k. IttlK HcCafti • . tuMUt* («t*f Ml H HK t HcCxtr ... s*cw«f (Mi •u.r.d *t the Pod Offlc. *1 Albanj. T****. u Second Cl«« Mail M*tt«r Whatever you do, don't miss that mass...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 1 March 1918

ms!52: J.!E . <3 Mrs. I.W. Martin Passes Away fone ever amounts to much who does not take self in hand and force himself to do the thing I Is best for him in the end, not the pleasant- i or easiest. BUILD YOU A HOME ROCKWELL BROS. & GO. irals jP ifrrsmtalfi ■i ■lUrvdni to mallor phon. In th« tium •ml viae** of rxidanco of IIMMrtr In <>>• "ok u poMibls. If you know of othor poroonaU kindly land iHk Ik* ntai of tho communletnt Thi. will irMtly kUwt Tta* Now* in ko«i>- kwttklocalhapwonina*and wlllb.-hi*hly piir«cl Ud. GolToa.1 j r Jones did business in yBtfhrday. i&MeKelvy was in l ranch this week. from I have your March pro {account. Burrows (Iro. Co. t Snyders was over from [ Saturday to attend the lolH. C. Arendt. Buy your garden seed at J. Carter King's. m8 John T. Baker was doing busi- ness in this city Saturday. Charley Graham was doing business in the city Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Whitney were down from the ranch this week. Mrs. J. W. Martin, wife of U...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 1 March 1918

■«wi hi in §TT m id'* ® > • - '•f, ■ T i! 4 ,1 u S. WEBB Attorney at Law. L. H. HILL Notary Publ M WEBB & HILL ' Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. «i ALBANY, (Shackelford County) TEXi Successful Farming in Shackelford County for his team ly making a crop on the gras<. an i if you will search .through his implements you will ^'0 never find a section harrow. (Continued from last week) which is the best implement the A great mistake that the farm- West Texas farmer can possess era of this county make. is they When the drv weather of summer do not have sufficient tools to comes, they usually go to see work a crop with They usually "their wife's kin-folks" anil come to this county and pay never come l>ack to harvest, a large sum of money for a farm While away, they can say some, then try to equip that farm °f hur i. st things about how with about three per-cent of the dry it gets out here in the West. Sanitary Barber Shop Wilson & Biggs, Props...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 1 March 1918

[■trained From v rmy dines upon the very Stars Shackelford County" ,he d« d ,liest military force in all annals. I The following men were en- 0„. , .. , . and we shall fail ignominously Sunday. February 24th, . „ .. . and be married eternally if our rCamp Travis, (San Antonio) . appetites aren t patriots. Stand in the bread-lines of defense — , Orville Davis, Albany. , , . , s er\e ornate and lavish meals I J. Lloyd Morris, Mora n. _,1U, „ . tinii t, ; f .now, and >ou serve the enemy. I L Brock' l""'d<'r!l : Every time you pass the plate 5 men " fir8t 1 for a wood Mping. Berlin * i of white men from Shack- I county. Retching At Boogsburg :Rev. G. H. Crawford will tat Boogshurg, D.V., next 1, Marched, at three P. M ct of the sermon, "The rand the Wisdom of Wash- A Washington's birth- feermon. . Ivaline Dorthy Smith, of I orphans home, is expected to ! I at this service. thanks you. Democracy is equally menanced J ? 1 by gluttony and Germany. Don't J £ crucify Civilization on a ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 1 March 1918

v a For Weak Women P | | | £ £ In use for over 40 years! Thousands of voluntary letters from women, tell - injj of the good Cardui has done them. This is the best proo^if the value of Cariiui. It proves that Cardui is a good medicine tor worn jo There a re uo iiarr ul or habit -for. it g druj;s in Cardui. It is cot posed o 01 mild, medic..-il ingredients with no bad a'ter-eftects. TAKE MW\ The Woman's Tonic You can rely on Cardui. Surely it will do for you what it has done for so many thousands of other womenl It should help. "I was taken sick, seemed to be . . . writes Mrs. Mary l-.Veste, of .Madison HeijCts, Va. "1 got down so weak, could hardly walk ... just staggered around. ... I read of Cardui, and after taking one bot- tle, or before taking quite all, I felt much better. I took 3 or 4 bottles at that time, and was able to do my work. I take it in the spring when run- dow n. I had no appetite, and I commenced eating. It is the best tonic I ever saw." Try Cardui. All Druggists ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 8 March 1918

r h puns \ %i). ■ * f ■ >i , No. 40 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1918 Whole Number 1704 a: t m ;es the child of destiny be most pathetic story in Biblical history, was the launching i little ark down there among the flags at the waters edge, ^purest thing that God ever made in this vast creation, was a >a undying devotion. In obedience to the decree of a tyrant, ish matron came down to the waters edge, with her off- Death of I. G. Duncan Well, the big pow wow is on down at the The passing away of J, G. Duncan was a tragic event. Cut down, you might say, in the prime of life, and coming so sud- den, it was indeed a shock to his family and host of friends. Yes his demise was sudden and un- State Capital and the stage managers are giv- - wrapped up sind snugly tucked away- the babe of her loins. expected. ||c had spent the jn(f us a 8h„w and the actors are getting m, why don t you draw on your imagination and paint a day at the Poindexter ranch at ready for the spring drive an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 8 March 1918

' .fair my:'--''1 8 MB?1'! ■J Ij If :• 1 !|?r, W I T ♦ i i, 11 i* I r Our New Spring and Summer Goods Have Arrived. . Come in and let us show you. No trouble to answer questions or show goods. edwick & Cook ALBANY AND BRECKENRIDGE THE ALBANY NEWS Have you harrowed that farm of yours yet? tickle the soil with a good section harrow and hold the moisture down. msued every friday morning Mckard H. McCarty, Ed. and Publisher II Marti . . . I M<*t) ... itcat) imn We met Mrs. I'. F. Castleberry this week, and she informed us Subscription |1.50 Per Year that she had already planted her war garden. God bless the ADVUmSING rates . , m iw .iwiNMu. .In,I. l6 women! they are the salt of the riduc' earth and they are going to win !* ' _"■* •" Ih«m int. that r« an* , • , ,, | this war. Goodbye oil man kai- ser, your goose is already cooked — yes, when the women of a | nation line up, like they have in "^•1 Ik* Po*< Om* at Albany Taxaa. aa Sacoiul Claaa Hall Mattel 1 «< • « aaara la iI...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 8 March 1918

im Rendered at Mass- I meeting Tuesday Night U Orchestra •Spangled Banner" Audience ng Miss Margaret McCarty Miss Dorothy Smith tte Messrs. Kendrick, R. S. Long, M. S. Long, Barstow. | "What the Young Men's Booster Club has done for Albany" Judge King. Mrs. Eldridge and Miss Margaret Eaheart tt the Young Men's Booster Club can do for Albany" Mr. R. H. McCarty. IflmoSolo Miss Vivian Weeks women's work in connection with the Young Men's Booster Club" Mrs. Eldridge. i Closing Chorus Misses Dorothy Smitf>, Gladys Sed- wick. Moselle Webb, Margaret McCarty, Minnie I>ee Price, Louise Webb, Clifford Easley, Nell Sam- psons, Margaret Eaheart. City Garage J. R. Webb Owner and Manager (Successor to King Bros.) a great event in the' the midst of this great love of Albany, that mass- feast, the citizenship of town ig held at High School AGENCY Dodge Cars and Tracks. Hupnnobile. ACCESSORIES For Dodge, Ford, and other Cars. Perfect English words have come from the Ger- ' man, the word wander...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 8 March 1918

■K^ML 'n ^<1 , r «!.; EXHIBIT 9HHP9E&*' ; Showing the aggregate amount received and paid out of eacl ftand, and balances to their credit, or debit. Alfrt amount to debit and credit of each Officer. V Also amount of indebtedness of County, to whom and for wha due, with the dates of same, for the year ending Feb. 15th, 1918 The following am >U'iis have been received, and paid out <• Meh Fund, leaving b.tlances on hand, at the close of the year, viz ^;|£r GtNEKAL FUND to balance on hand Fet. 13th, 1917 $14,560.18 T© amount received to Feo. 15th, 1918 12,647.85 $jr amount paid out to $12,818.86 Bj balance on hand 14.389.17 27,208.03 27,208. 03 COURT HOUSE FUND •To balance on hand Fek 13th, 1917 1,291.86 To amount received to Feb. 15th, 1918 2,355.81 To amount paid out to " " " By balance on hund " " " • 3.647.67 JURY FUND 'To balance on hand Feb. 13th, 1917 889.17 To amount received to Feb. 15th, 1918 1.1U5.45 By amount paid out to By balance on hand " " " 1,994 62 ROAD AND...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 8 March 1918

gyi , 'LWn t'Mi Lsten-- Results of Physical Examinations I No one ever amounts to much who does not take I himself in hand and force himself to do the thing "that is best for him in the end. not the pleasant- f est or easiest. BUILD YOU A HOME ROCKWELL BROS. & CO. irala sP fbrsflttals I Hi|lnnfnlit III rod ri to mall or phnn. In th« nam#. and plars* ot rwldmc* of LtMnaaHl In llnwrt M w«lkli If ?on know of otbor p«nen*l* kindly wnd I ataxHtk tko n mo of tK. <-ommunw nt mio will (rosily ooolot Th« Nm In ikwHk local happonlna*and <.>llt -hithlr appreciated. - Editor. I | Baked iGra Q>. Beans at Bur- i Louise Webb w in Dallas. is visiting d Iriah-po J. Cartel tatoes and er King. onion m8 Try a can of Wapco CofFee. Burrows Gro. Co. has it. The following reports have been received from the Medical Advisory Board at Abilene, af- fecting the following cases, re- ferred to that Board from Shack- elford County: Qualified for general military- service: Ray A. Dennis, Moran. Qua...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 8 March 1918

I li 1 i$P li if' R i $ k I I S. WEBB Attorney at Law. L. H. HILL Notary Publici ' -m H a yCr . *v V WEBB & HILL Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. I * I u % i i i" j : j f ALBANY, (Shackelford County) TEXAS Successful Farming in port soldiers and to haul feed to PL i a# j n a. them and to our allies. Food SnacKelford bounty an(j ar,. gating t< i <- very /j^0 scarce and it may be that in (Continued from last week) another twelve months, that we I want to impress on every will be unable to get food and farmer in the county to diversi- fepd shipped into this county, fy and rotate their crops this We should at least try to feed coming spring; that is, plant a ourselves and not call upon tin' variey of crops and change your' people in the other parts of the land from one crop to another. United States to feed us, when I have seen some farmers fail the food and feed is needed so for the reason that they would grow one crop continously on the same land...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 March 1918

9b Hens • a •' 'f. 's h Hjf f«L XXXIV, No. 41 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1918 Whole SHACKELFORD COUNTY'S FINANCIAL CONDITION Last week we published the annual financial statement for ikelferd county, and for lack of space, we did not comment on Now if you failed to read and analyze that statement, you an inter, -ting news item. To start out with we want to that Shackelfr rd county is in a class by itself when it comes to al basis. First: There is not a jail bond, bridge bond, nor house bond outstanding against the county, The only bond- indebtedness against the county is the recent road bond issue for one hundred thousand dollars against Road District No. 2. and thousand dollars worth of these have already been retired. Board of Kducation hold fifty thousand of this issue and they be retired at any time. The other fifty thousand is held by a lending company and none of this issue can be retired until after the expiration of five years. Is there a county in West Texas that on s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 March 1918

Have Arrived. Come in and let us show you. No trouble to answer questions or show goods. to 1 , V I! Sedwick & Cook ALBANY AND BRECKENRIDQE THE ALBANY NEWS b8ued every friday morning Richard H. McCarty, Ed. and Publisher 11. McCarty tettciati Hltw I McCarty .... Society (Mot at the Post OOcr it Albany. Tn , m Second Class Mill Matter. Subscription $1.50 Per Year ADVERTISING RATES. Diaplay .InrtimMnU, .ingle Inwrtlunn. IA Mtife. iwr Inch; autmqiMnt Inwrtun., 111-1 ••ft* par Inch for aach InMrtlon. Som. raduc- Man will ha mad. on advert lamurata that ar. one- MtfrU of a pasa or Bora In alia. Local, and reail- [ noticaa, 10 eanta par Una for .Inula inwrllun aauant laaartlun. of local, ami r.adar.. r I par Una for aach Inaartlon. FRIDAY. MARCH 15. 1918. Democracy Fights On God himself cannot make an "ante statu quo" peace. The paths to Yesterday are irretrace- able—the ruins that line them, irreplaceable Yes. land can he returned, but who shall return their clean souls to seized wo-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 15 March 1918

CROSS MONEY Red Cross Canteen Service Furnishing Food to American Soldiers "Somewhere In the Southwest )) mrnmmmmt pTHESOUJHWEST OUT ON WORK IN CAMPS AND ITONMENTS SHOWS how cash IS spent. IPT WORK SAVES LIVES ly Thousand Blanket* Rmhed to Camp Bowk Whan Man Suf. farad for Lack of Bedding —No Bad Tape Hera. patters worth tl.250.U0U have bvn to soldi'.™ 111 Southwestern ami cantonmenu by the Red since the mobilisation of the «l army wan begun This informal iou is contained in a , made to the Washington head ^.ara of the American Red Crut- llUnley Sioiit-r, dire. tor of militar) t for the Soulliwestern division ot ► organisation. oer'a revolt in proof positive of , support th" Ked Cross In giving i War Department in filling Ameri j soldier) fui wiiini.ig the.- war. Tba. ► Other agency outside the War !) • j enl Itself Id bo potent a factor to end la recognized and admitted Jly. Every supporter of the Red I well may leel thai lie or she ac r I* helping to av« the world lor icracy am) l...

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