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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 6 April 1889

WgOTJfgF MWM ?. t .w ?x f" , m gr3mwwwj immobii jmum 'i jwhpbbjbw -hm ejth.s. ,s . - x,!T v . fcgir "- fS IX 5? If w. 6M TOPICS OF THE TIMES. . A Choice Selection of Inter eating, Hems. Seattle, "W. T., is to have $100 000 hotel. The rice prospects of the Sonth are Tint, crnnrl Ttn.il fnnn an1 flru-lrla Viotro I done great damage. Mail is now carried between New York and San Francisco in 113 hours four days and seventeen hours. Floquet, the late French Premier, at one time got a small salary for get ting up stuff in a newspaper office. The South in 1886 constructed 20 per cent, of the total new mileage of railroads of the country; in 1887, 23 per cent, and in 1888, 35 per cent. Paul Ijaffeety, an American, who got into an English prison for five years, says the fare beats any dollar-and-a-half-a-day American hotel, and he was sorry to leave. Dr. Le Babov, an eminent physician of France, says that such a thing as a person having a snaka or lizard in his stomach was never known and ne...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 6 April 1889

tt 1 Vr I 15- SS St p !4feC liffs L isr- M t2K LATEST NEWS. Condonsed for the Convenience of Hurried Readers. Hieo, Texas, has had a cyclone, lolling some people and doing much damage. The St. Louis & San Francisco railroad has declared a semi-annual dividend of 1 percent. Mrs. Henry Linkogal, mother of Alvis Turner, who waB recently killed nearPine ville, Ky., is a resident of Atchison. The Turner estate, of which she is now sole heir, is valued at $50,000. Secretary Noble, of the interior depart ment. Assistant Secretary Buesey and ex Governor Stone of Iowa, are old army com rades in the same regiment, and life long friends. This gives Stone "an edge" on the position of commissioner of the general land office. Lick observatory has discovered a new comet. Robert J. Fisher, of Chicago, has been ap pointed assistant commissioner of patents. The United States senate adjourned sine die Tuesday afternoon, April Z. General H. K. McConnelL of Osage City, shot and killed himself at the...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 6 April 1889

fmrfMmwMmwm?w j?r ? - V - 4T T" Jr - -if - -e-g h - " , && $ 1a 1 rfv1 - ?ft & r.' '.k,. "-'. . ' .o. -j .. . . -js-r - "-? --zz -gTer y.-- "j jmmwmmmmmmam Mmmmmi&mMm', " - -. - u s :-& j : j -i-j--HgT;7ijKjn-ai-'',Jrv.1' -" - -.- .. i rz Ttr. i .- " j " M srS 'H iSt i-fp; if 0 I l&s irr ,VN " " - IBS awjgTaTAT V0MK3. BIT. C. HARBAUOH. HE treasure iMp for wnicn yon wait, Hath passed, yon tar. the dardawn's eate. And proudly cleares the cur:ing loam. With alt htr white sails trimmed for horns. You look yon laugh bow eagerly Yoa watch the meet of sea and sky I Ha, ha! a something mounts the line t Is that yours ? It may be mine ! Have I a ehip upon the eea? I wa to hail my argosy. With treasure trove lroni far away Amid the frontiers of Cathay Beep in the land of silk anl rari. Beyond the moel trom's fatal swirl ! And eo the sails that jondsr shine. Instead of yours, may all be mine ! The flag that flutters at the poaL Eathta'en tho blushes from your cheek; You...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 13 April 1889

EV iiV? & t fc k A & fe t& mg$&g$Z. V' ... a- 2 A -. " Yearly Subscription. $2.00 ELEVENTH YEAR. AS EMPEROR'S WIVES. Tho IJiy Kuler of China Jfow Has Throe, but He May Hav Six Hundred. The Emperor of China had been pro vided "with "what seems to Americans to "be unbounded domesticity, to wit : One consort, Yeh-ho-na-la, daughter of Deputy Lieut. Gen. Ivnei Hsiang; one secondary consort of the first rank, Ta-ta-la, daughter of Chang Hsii, some time Yice President of an imperial board; and one concubine of the second rank, also named Ta-ta-la, and also daughter of Chang Hsii. It is nearly fifteen years since the present Emperor of Chiua, Tsateen, succeeded to the throne. He "was then only a bain-. He will come into pos aessioa of his royal domestic household on his 18th birthday. He is not the son of the last Emperor, but is one of the numerous princes of the realm from whom any one might have been selected as the head of the Chinese religious system aiii& uominall...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 13 April 1889

wff? SK 553 vti -f-gnrsi r ?p&?: - - ". ri ? -- , T? " k'Sfe&w- 11! ' jtr ACCIDENTAL SHOOTING- "Willie Walton is Shot and Instantly Killed by Harry "Wheeler. "Thought it "Wasn't Loaded.' HM City Beveille, 9. Willio "Walton and Harry Wheeler, boys about 16 years of age, were con nected with the amateur drama that was to have been played last Saturday evening at Miller's Hall, in Hill City. About hal past seven, Willie was temporary door keeper, when Harry approached and asked Willlie jokingly to let him have a ticket. Willie replied by drawing a re volver and said laughingly, "Here's your ticket," when Harry also drew a revolver, which is a self-cocking, and which he supposed was not loaded, and snapped it in Willie's face, discharging the only load it contained. Tho ball, a number 44, entered the forehead, passed through the brain and lodged in the back of the head. Willie fell and expired without saying a word. Harry became terrified, dropped his revolver and dashed down th...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 13 April 1889

3 ECvSS lsiip -j - '.rer?sr-K 'i ;- ".r 1 -'fiS-V . ""? -j 23JvJLr- "fii -1 " Tv I- T& 3S 1 If Js & fr it S?t "The Great Divide" is the name of a new monthly published at Denver, Colorado, by Stanley Wood, of the great scenic route, the Denver & Rio Grande railroad. Its terms are but one dollar a year, and the matter contained in it about the country penetrated by that road is worth ten times that amount. As an advertising medium it is without a rival among that class of papers. Xittlo Boy "Pop, what's the difference between an editor-in-chief and a managing editor?" Pop (an old reporter) "The editor-in-chief is the man who attends banquets and gets all the glory; the managing editor is the man who does the work." Consumption Sorely Cured. To The Editor: Please inform your read era that I have a positive remedy for Con sumption. By its timely use thousands of hopeless cases have been permanently cured. I snail be glad to send two bottles of my remedy tbxk to any of your ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 13 April 1889

54 jgjr. y:S??Sff &feXSf?w$K& ?3?53w?W98mM A Tz ' ' T " JVJ7 - P-r- .--'--- -ar-?r r - s r-- XAiJ-T,'TCrri.T - - ! ' ?T3I "jSfe rsEs " :c e53?wessSS ,V-'aF , i r V "v. , " 'v VrvS i5T: -v ;- bests T -. Kr 12 I a. S i Er ,1 t .. IMMIHHpHHHMIHHHBailM Wttt $Mas WrtUL OFFICIAL PAPER OF TBE30 COUSTT. W. 5. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, Aphil 13, 1889. Bazine, Ness county, is about to have a .creamery. The Murat Hnlstead fight still goes on. . Hays Sentinel. Not so very still, either! It is said, states the Reieillc, that nearly every boy in Hill City carries a re volver. Some of the effects of the dam nable practice will be found in another part of this World. That railroad rnnuing through the tier of counties just south of this must be! finding business dull, and getting no bet ter. The Bazine (Ness county) Leader of the 5 instant says: "Ed and George Eed bine, section foremen on the C, K. fc W., started to work Monday, to take up a part of the side tracks at Ness, Leoti and other p...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 13 April 1889

. -, rs- i & ISr k - Iss I IYr I'-.: & lr r lt N? S W K?- r. X -3-.. " 3 fells' i r , H v-r A v 7 PETER HOTTAH PERISHES. Thee-ws Readies His Wife Very Slowly. Peter Hottan was killed in the latter part of last month, from an explosion in a Colorado mine. It was one day last week before the news reached his wife, who lives in the Countryman neighbor hood, a few miles north of Wa-Keeney. The Hottan family, consisting of the hnsband, wife and one child, moved to this connty about one year ago. Late in the spring or early in the sum mer of last year Mr. Hottan went to Colorado to find work, and he never re turned. RAIN AHD REST. The Best Showers of Rain Known Here in April. Ever TJp to Thursday evening the rain had fallen here, with only short ommissions, since about 9 o'clock Sunday night. The wind wae, at different times, in the east, southeast, south, southwest, west and northwest. The wind at no time blew violently. The rain came gently. The ground was not particularly dry w...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 13 April 1889

if J3? u 'wrv iv I! & r& iH- ;p..5 r t - B HSf .A -fr C i ? j ift ' i5v SSf ' r Ifeg 4?; .;-. S ?., r? K tfe. i.-i- rf . c -v 4 m -JT b 5wk -T- i . - ,tn - . iiMin -o -. "" XJ- . MM M'TaMMMMMIMMI!MnMneinenenM . r- - . TOPICS OF THE TIMES. Choice Selection of Inter esting Items. There are now two living ex-Presi-dents, Butherford B. Hayes and Gro ver Cleveland. A Georgia man has a hen which lays double eggs, each one having an egg within an egg, as it were. During the sessions of the Fiftieth Congress 12,659 bills were introduced, of which about one-ninth became laws. The Empress of China has just en nobled three generations of Sir Bobert Hart's ancestors, although they are all dead. Adelboroxtiphoscophorniostikos. is the classical name of a locomotive owned by the Lackawanna Iron and Coal Company at Scranton. John Wwvmaker's life is insured for a round million of dollars, which a statistician computes is at the rate of $7,500 for every pound of his flesh. "John Smith, who fo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 13 April 1889

Vr 3T-X"k W- I l I I II PIW I II I I I III I I I II PI Mill INI HIM I II I Wl II I III HI II I Mini I III III I 5. j4 v v y -;r 'Ofe. -" 2y - - 'i. r " , BS? bsf k M ' -." a.t feA J-B LATEST NEWS. Condensed for theConvenlence of Hurried Readers. The world's convention or tno church of the latter day saints is in session at St. Joseph, Mo. By direction of the president the state of Wisconsin has been transferred from the military department of the east to the de partment of Dakota. Governor Humphrey has iamed his procla mation for a special electiofcan the Fourth congressional district, to elect a successor to Thomas Ryan, to be held on Tuesday, the Sttst day of May, 1889. Fire originated in a butcher shop at Nel son, Neb., and burned a whole block, includ ing a hotel, two drug stores, three groceries, one hardware and two general merchandise Btores. IOS3, $50,000. The boiler in the little steamer on the Kansas river at Lawrence exploded, scalding Carl Groeber and others. Senator Ing...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 13 April 1889

pr f-, WW .i.JMiV- " ;T(VU-k.'V,'.",-,.jr: ."v-v .- s-:vi- f. '$? I- A LOVE SOXO. Well listen to news . That li trito and diffuse Andlet boras take Arm root to the float; If they'll only bavo aense In the quicK present tense To let tales be indorsed by the door. "Wo love to have health And we love to have wealth. And a smile from the one we adore ; Bat when cold blizzards blow "With a swirling of snow Give tis one who shuts closely the door. -American Commercial Traveller AHTICIPATIOH. Life's soul of bliss ne'er sates itself, Nor credits ns for what we're doin? ; Our highest hope, our greatest wealth Lies in the pleasure of pursuing. So measure we our ends alway, In mnBhine and in sorrow ; It is not what we ore to-day. But what we hope to be. to-morrow SA.YETG UA11D SIMEKS. BY JOHN STEPHEN. Two commercial travelers sat in the of fice of the Brunswick Hotel. "Tom," eaid the younger, "I have just obtained an inside position in the firm, and will leave the road, I imagine, for some tim...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 20 April 1889

' i-'-JZ- f$- UK x pST nr tea t 4 If. , ti& I: m !sppTO3psvp?S I I ' I $ - . "" ' " - - :"M "STearly Su.tosoriptioaa. ELEVENTH YEAE. A 3IALE EAGLE'S EGGS. How TJllie DcverouT ISIaTcc Gets Mixed on the S-to's. Lillie Devereux Blake, a woman who lias gained some rcpntation in this coun try a3 a woman .suffragist, and who takes every occasion to push women to the front and sit down on men, never tires of telling what a more important personage a woman is than a poor, a eak man. It is a s eet boon to her that men cannot he the mother's of children. To Mrs. Blake man is of little account in the world. She is willing to admit that men make passable soldiers, but if they were not inspired by women they would not do great deeds. The Blake wo man, in her zeal for the female sex, ha3 started a .scandal on "Old Abe,r the celebrated "Wisconsin war eagle. In one of her speeches she says : '"You all have heard of the famous war eagle, 'Old Abe,' who acconrpanied a Wisconsin regiment all throu...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 20 April 1889

RSSHSTT,? ,mmgz?sw$ ifri&s- ; . v rssF-' :r' . r JM y & 5? liY- tT ?;-. .3S-Xri" WOsfe- VJ J- 13 L r? L3r. . ; sr rH K.V-' PtS rti v4 HWESTBATLOll "ITEMS. Report of the Committee Appointed to Look Up Points in the Sor ghum Sugar Industry. Statements and Conclusions of General Interest. To tfao People of Wa-Keeney oad Vicinity: It seems necessary thafc to make a re port of our investigations np p this time, because: 1st. Quite a number have ex pressed a desire that -we do so; 2d, Wo do not expect to have any thing more to report until after the sugar-manufactur ing season of 1889 has commenced. We hope to investigate thoroughly then all the new methods that have come to light. Up to the present time, sorghum sugar has been manufactured as a business by the methods known as open and close diffusion. Open diffusion is where the cane chips are handled in large iron baskets by a large crane, the chips being dipped in dif ferent tanks of water until the fluid be comes rich enough ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 20 April 1889

&&-S-r 3 " i. OT-- i:-K "? B& ,5' P- M t. it, ife ir i? fcj? a HE GOT $10,000. W. H. Nagle, of Boston,' Was Fortunate in His Recent Investments. Boeton Mass, Eecord, Feb. 1L At the January drawing of the Lou isiana State Lottery Co., it ivas found that the ticket numbered 40,789 had drawn 100,000. One-tenth of this ticket was held by a Boston gentleman, W. H. Nagle, of FarrelL Nagle and Power, wholesale dealers in wool, Hath, away building, 620 Atlantic ave. Mr. Nagle lives in a large, brown wooden dwelling on the corner of Main and Ellery sts., Cambridge. A Eecord reporter called on him last evening to learn if the report as to his good luck had a good foundation, and was assured that it had. Mr. Nagle sent in SI about two months ago to M. A. Dauphin, New Orleans, La., and a short time ago he received a check from that gentleman for 810,000, on which he got the money. Mr. Nagle had not decided what dis position he should make of his sudden ly gained good fortune. He sai...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 20 April 1889

Sp - w!?-- IwwfP vgs& iM.1- 'CSSS -.? "v V'lis & 35 -lr -V fcl S& - 1, 4.5 m A. - Ut y. , I v?; ilO 5 BSt&mt, m$ SKtelfl. OFFICIAL PAPES 0? TSEGO COUSTY. W. S. T1LTON, Editor. Saturday, April 20, 18S9. Tins Hill City Reveille calls it county "script" Jxo. E. Fkazeb has left the La Croese Chieftain. J. D. Welch, succeeds to the editorship. Thh worst thing we have come across regarding Oklahoma is that eome Mor mons have designs upon her. W. F. Gxylotlv, the Republican tells, has sold a thousand dollars' worth of tree3 at Goodland this spring. This is our Ellis tree man. Wo take pleasure in life success. Thtbteen hundred trees, it is stated in the Republican, Trill be set out in the park at Goodland this season. Goodland is a new town, and this i3 a happy hit in the tree line. The Ellis county commissioners have called an election for May 21, to deter mine whether tho people want bonds issued to aid in tho building of a north and south railroad. "Live men make Jive ton...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 20 April 1889

??2Hrt?ri'- v .-- , r .-g6gE "&; h. -.t 1& A rL'-vA'iy..yublar yg?' X- .?5rs.sSt F i. - l8l IXs ar PC If, 3. & , A heavy rain fell Tuesday night. Hon. James H. Eeeder, otHays City, was in town on Monday. W. P. Montgomery, of the Hays Sen tinel, was a Wednesday caller. Elder Knapp, of Ogallab, preaches frequently up in Logan county. J. U. Brown, county clerk of Greeley county, was in town on Monday. John Charvat, section foreman, is occupying the J. L. Morton residence. F. Danford, Esq., went to Salina "Wednesday night, to remain for a day or two. Jo. Escher, we hear, started to Okla homa this morning to open up a restau rant. Geo. O. Fleming, district court clerk for Logan county, was a "Wednesday caller. Wednesday night brought a big rain and gorgeous displays of electrical pyro technics. Dr. Bannard came up from Kansas City on the train that reached here yes terday forenoon. T. J. Hinshaw continues to improve his nursery. He has sold a good many trees and shrubs this s...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 20 April 1889

raa? pffc-., ...is- R& Vt,"i Rf i-j.- t LT W-. ritOCSASTHTATIOir. BT SQU1BE HOEB3. IIow prone -we are to say forgive) And plight onr faith to err no mora, Then o'er ngnfri the error 1I e And pen itcnt the -wrong deplore. Ti Fnul 'tin human thus to err And Ie:ne uiiaoue some routed tai; And yet 'tin human to prefer lor wiong fcrgivenebB thus to aak, We folly think in earnest mood To foitblnlly perform the trust. But other care wica intrude And from, oar minds the duty thrust. Mayhop a letter long delayed We owe tone anxious, waiting friend; But blame we hope to then evade, Anl want of time to write pretend. Vain hore! That -very friend, in sooth, Hub pleaded oft tie same excuse; And, kiowing -well it a want of truth, He, sinilin0', labels It a ruse. Full many a promise rashly made Is fated ne'er to be redeemed ; Full many a duty long delayed Has lost to us afnend esteemed. Osgood, Ind. TARRYING WITH FLUIDS BT JOint STEPHENS. James Brummondsatat thodining-table e the Grand Pacific...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 20 April 1889

tAtrt'-C'!z!is? f!s?wf!f 3:f'ri:V fl "?-" s"r " . LSV?. ?- r & v lew km. $$ 1 :-. M i,t$ ti -?wr LATEST NEWS. Condensed for the Convenience of Hurried Readers. The mayor of New York lias a force at work chopping down telegraph poles. Sev eral streets were cleaned of them. A freight train was wrecked on the Cairo Short lane, near Belville HL, by the road bed sinking ten feet, over a coal mine. The total values of the exports of beef and hog products during March was $8,125,068, and in March, 1888, was $5,32359. Secretary Noble has little faith in the Cherokee commission being able to make any terms for the purchase of the outlet, The Michigan senate are proposing to solve the-twine trust question by having twine manufactured in the penitentiary. Minneapolis, Minn., and ChyennerWy.T., have both had bank roberies, done m imita tion of the recent bold robbery at Denver, "CoL The old soldiers' colony, which has gone to Oklahoma, is said to number 2,000. Seven hundred covered wagons l...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 20 April 1889

S8f?5?i S? AKMS r, '"5 i-&" ? fe. . EE? 5s Lf bvV DINTS ABOUT HOUSES, ri3IEL,T SUGGESTIONS TO PEOPLE WHO CONTEMMLATK B6ILDIKG. Several Flans for Residence Banging from 91,500 to 85,000 Useful Information oa tbo Subject of Planning and Building Houses. . . TJCH hints 4Sg3SSfe2S". and sugges tions as are herein em bodied "will Tj e found most useful to all -who contemplate building homes. To begin -with, a dwelling should be lo cated so as to secure the finest A-iew from the rooms- that are most "f" used, and to tl obtain drain age from the lmilding by .the natural rade. The furnace and A HALL SEAT. kitchen should be on north side, the dining rooiu to east and south, the library to north and west, and the parlor to south and west. All natural advantages of Bite should be retained, if practicable. On the exterior put no finished work that will be liidden by vines, etc., or Dn the interior that will be hidden by side-boa ds, book-cases, or other things of a permanent character. Ever...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 27 April 1889

!? '. J r rwmwevwwn tlfif' Yearly Sxitosoriistiori $2.00 ELEVENTH YEAR. THE AUTHORS OF THE BIBLE. Dr. Lyman Abbott Explain the Dlflcr ence Between Dictation and Inspiration. According to -what is now called "new theology' the Bible is not the product of dictation, but of inspiration, says Dr. Lyman Abbott For these two'ternis are not only synonymous, they are mu tually exclusive. The amanuensis is not inspired by the author whose word he takes down at dictation. I have in my editorial office a short-hand writer to whom I am accustomed to dictate letters, and sometimes articles for the Chi stian Union. As I dictate she writes what I am saying. It is not at all necessary to the accuracy of her report that she should agrpe tith the senti ments or opinions I am uttering, or even understand the course of our argu ment. Indeed, I suppose it often hap pens that her mind is so occupied with taking down that which I dictate, word for word, that the general course of thought almost entirely e...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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