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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 29 March 1906

P' !. :'•»•. I .j*5*! P* •. I**" II-. !l'. !'. if it fcS" s:r I it ', i* Hip V°£? W r«i M?m\ »w "mmm- i»y igewiir -w S W 1 ]1 Un WV Ivbnlf ^"7: THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Published, Every Wednesday. C. F, TRUAX, Publtstier 6. D. COLCORD, Editor Knlered Jimer lh. I9f«, as Second-Class- MaUer. Postofftoc, Minoi, N. D. v*"' Act of CoDjrress of .March K. 1W9, ^{NOTHS^ MINOT. N. P.. THURSDAY. MARCH 20, ll0(i. EDITORIAL COMMENT, Gov. Sarles paid Minor, a high tribute during* his recent trip over the state with the pure seed special. He referred to Minot a# the coming city of Western North Dakota in a number of his speeches. President Worst said in a speech at Moball last week, when the pure seed train visited that city, that he never saw aw good grain anywhere as he saw on exhibit at the Grain Growers' Convention in Minot last winter. "Treat your seedgrain with formaldehyde," Pres. Worst said in a speech while accompanying: the pare seed train, that North Dakota farmers lost f10,000,000 ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 29 March 1906

\u "-Mb***? ftfWr low" t» I up j/' $* ii. fti£. ,r/' f-. •.•!• v/v* .••» 4 -. -tf- rV,K_..,7r {51VT1v'hailed fi®E mmrn- ."}'' .v J:•' '"'l _:• If you »re not now £*. •••.*- you'd do -fi&W' #&*" *W* month. iti*.y^l^goltpn up. .ttfM)J ad* ahdevery month it cottSttdfe one very special ptTce on some staple article. 1Wbt* special price i« not advertised in any o(W place by us go if you don't read our piper you miss at least one bargain every thirty days. •, V-^ .i .'' ,' '*••, -•-. ..'' V'y '. _\ At the present time we are the only BiVxail agesU'in North Dakota. It may be ..»i* interest to you to know that every druggist can gti the Rexall agency even tho there is no agency sn the town. The Rexall people have the beat line of remedies in the country and only place t'toeia on a ile in the high grade and busy, stores. apolis agents. Vojjeli Bros, four stores. Chicago agsttts, Public Drug Co Public Drug CJo.'s "avlr- ag« daily sales are il,4»X) to $1,600. Milwaukee a^ehtfi, Speigel ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 29 March 1906

1 ii it 4 $fi ISMM pff t* 1 SOUVENIR POSTAL CARDS Minor Topics For bar»aiu* ia farm. tnaokun erv, see the Western Implement •ftempouy. tlf= H. Noyes is erecting a fine six room cottage for J. B. Mc Cabe, the drayman. BlueStem seed wheat, No. 169, tor sale. C. D. WOOLVEICTON, R. R. No 2, Minot, N. D. tf. The great Emotional drama, East Lynn, at opera house March 29th. Ship your cream to the Minot Central Creamery, four cash is ready for your tf. The Sixth, Seventh and Eighth grades and the High school are occupying the new school build­ ing. Ship your cream to the Minofi Central Creamery. Your cash is ready for you. It is not generally known that Martin Jacobson is one of the largest owners of land in the county. He possesses 3,800 acres of fine farming land. Mother's Bread at Anslander's Bakery. Its pood. Trvit. A. F. Fintleman from Iowa Falls, la., arrived with a con­ signment of household goods and farming implements, and will make this county his future home. He will buy land. L....

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 29 March 1906

EEDTRAJN ACCOMPLISHED GOOD QSS. ing as far The train had been over the state for more a week and araonpr the jers were Pres. John Worst Agricultural College, and -esors Bolley, the great flax fexperfc, from the same col- Sheppard, Cfy&rcjijill anJ rstiid from the *r«,me college. of Institutes E.'K. JCaqf iVom Bismarck was al«o on Win.' Gov. Sarles, HJditor ,le.y oftho Farpo Forum and 1 Stone Gener^ Passenger of the G. N. accompanied rain as far as Rugby. The iB were =all good, and the far wew greatly benefitted.' 'granyille 500 fanners met (train, While at Lansford ful- 0 listened to instructive lectures. ice line of music books for begin 'ton the piano at the Minot Music McJannet Block. Minot, N- D. tf ANNOUNCEMENT. iFcllette, N. D.,'March 12,1906. Voters of Ward County: eving that every citizen has the to submit his name as a candidate iy office within the gift of the lean people, 1 rtiepectfufly tender my name as a candidate from -lern Ward county for the nomina of the office...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 29 March 1906

hw s-i 'J' 1*5 I:. ""S ,r iff c. tie Just received a_shipment of the finest bunch ot' Petvhevon Work Horses that hitve been shipfwl to this part of the Stair, this neuMOH. 'fte*horses', weiv raided at Billiiigs. Montum*. are all good, young, broke horses, fat an Hkek,and in the best of condition for spring: work. These hotvw are itueliaiated. They wei&ii from 1,SK0 to 1,600 lbe*. Mad will give satisfaction- 000000000000000Jr $62500 FREE! 1 llbU i| FOUR CARS OF PERCHERON HOUSES FOR SALE! Don't wake the miatake of dtartlag in with your work with hoiiaw in a jjoor, weakened condition. Buy a team of these sound homea^f Also hove fpr sale Two Fancy Driving Teams and Single priver. To be Sold at Pricoa and Tarma to Suit* Mm* soea at my barn, first livery barn south of Tom Johnson's stable W. J. CARROLL, Minot, N. D. (STANDanOIZCO For All Live Stock EA3T AND 8AFC TO USE. KILLS LICE. TICKS. FLEAS. MITES. CUBES MANGE. SCAB. RINGWORM. SCRATCHES. ETC. DESTROYS DISEASE GERMS AND DRIVES AWAY...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 29 March 1906

1 I I :i :. •r. t* i" jS:y.*te± '"r. *V YOU WILL FIND ^HE S E of our correcttn every dMail.. Aid III Litt Must Coiplltl •wall line The McClure Coal Co. Successors to the Vanderwarker Coal Co. Miners and Shippers of DAY LIGNITE COAL We art row to, a position, to fur­ nish you coat cheaper than ever before* Get our figures. Capacity 500 TONS DAILY. 6E0. NcCLURE, 6m'I Ifr, TASKER, I. .D Senilis Christianson, a Be good to the most faithful of servants j» YOUR FEET and fit them out in our SHOE WARMEST All the late spring styles I can save you money If you want to buiM. Some of JHInot's best buildings have been erected by aK .. Enquire at Bovey-Shute Lumber Yard. Minot, IN. D." Save Money on Furniture Brick work specialty. Brine ra your «M furaitue* to MxMMmM Mlnotf N* Dw WE ARE NOW READY TO SHOW YOU OUR ENTIRE LINE OF MEN'S AND BOYS' NEW SPRING WEAR. GROW CLOTHING CO New York Store Minot. N. D. Special prices good for one week, beginning Friday, March 30,1906: 5 lbs oc good Prunes *£v 10...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 29 March 1906

WjWi Tlw To Samples are always free at Fer-' ber's but do not forget to buy alter you have sampled our fine candies. (1. H. Nash of New Uichmond.i Wis., will locate at Kenmare with a fcigar t'acton. Call at Stoltz's lumberyard andj .get prices on all kinds of building material. —C. H. Rudd. Agent, \n American is fond of refer rmg to plain people but he never claims to belong to them unless he is running for office. Three little rules'we all should keep, L'o make life happy ar.d bright. .Snule in the morning, smile at noon. LVKC Uouky Mountain Tea at night.. —W. B. Vom Cavanaugh, the old man iii charge of the G. N. cinder pit was struck by a Greek over the head with a pick in a petty uaarrel and nearly laid out. For pure and wholesome candy go to Fer be r. He makes them to suit the people and their taste. the Minot Eagle band will in the near future present the fa mo us Irish comedy. "Shaun Aroon." Prof. Hepburn, the dancing master, will direct the play. indigestion is much of a habi...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 29 March 1906

.• linor Topics ^.McDonald has been award line contract to carry mail Minot to Ryder, after July he does the work as well as rerait carrier, Ed.I)redeen, wfHIae no complaiiiton the of the p0ijon8. sure see the Western mentCo. betore you buy drill. They handle four at kinds. tf W. Samuelson, Minot's only iasive shoe man, has already ived a large share of his foot wear. Mr. Samuelaon carries over alot of old goods shoes are right up to date, he handles the best known have several quarters near 80(1 ly here to stay. Rant, does general Maokamith, his newshop. Be guarantees all. work to benrst-clMs. Work dons .yoawait. Opposite Scaffold's 'barn. tf krds were the amusement of evening after which the ladies red a delightful banquet at close of which Judge Davis requested (on behalf of Uncle jbe and the band boys) to lank the ladies for their cnarm ^entertainment which hedid in lis usual able manner. We have several hundred beau- TP tiful new calendars for free dis tribution to farmers of W...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 29 March 1906

I Is rf •5 •il i- \t-. If i: I &• it (fSpiWRMI •wy ny! \X ti A 53^ 2,. it-- I' WHAT THE COUNTY 1 «. •*T ISV FATHERS DID. Interesting Proceedings of the Commissioners Bills Allowed Action on Official Papers. (Continued from last unek. Afternoon Session. The board met at 2 o'clock as per adjournment. Com! Swanson in the chair with all members present. Moved by Com. Abbott and seconded by Com. Abbott that the petition'from tho tax payers of twp. 154-89 praying far to be organized into a civil town­ ship be accepted and the same be named McGahan. Motion carried. Thw following resolution wns pre scnted by Com. Abbott WHEREAS, It appears that .during the year 1905, the county treasurer of this county deposited certain county ftinds in the Minot National bank of the City of Minot. N. D.. which said bank thereafter failed add went into the hands of a Receiver and WHEREAS, It appears that there is no boiffl of said jaank'pn file in the ofBconQ.f^he county auditor as requir­ ed by lav and...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 29 March 1906

'v' *^"V P?: S( *K4 f? if tAi: i« NOTICE OF EXECUTION SALE •*&By virtue of aspeciul execution iswimd out. of and .under .seal of iho district court of tins Sidhth Judicial district within and for the coun­ ty of YVyrU, state ot' North Dakota, upon de­ cree and judgment tendered in said court, dated tbs tilth day of February. 1900. and ent er­ ed and docketed in the otliee of lie clerk or 'laid court on the -sntneHSWi day of hebruui'.V. 1i,i,mare s'? lr »oort. Atft. lieniuare Or.v Coal (Jo. wtirph? hs trustee. Ken- MOB. in an iietiotf aryht^em William t»arrabee was plaintiff and S ,» corporation. J.c, Ivy Coal & Mfg. Co. a corporation, Walk­ fer .faeobi. UiMstr Jueobi. A. C. Vunder- John Crosby. Rogers Number Co. a cortoration. George \V. Meaty. John W.Hill, D. .t- Forties. O. CJibbs and Charles "Gibbs were defendants, in Juvor of the Kuid plaintiff und acruinst the said defend ant. Smith Kenuiarc Or.v Coal Co., for the sum of fourteen thousand and thirty three dollars (Il4.0...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 29 March 1906

Our Seeds are all Northern grown by Northrup. King & Co., of Minneapolis, he largest seed-growers in the Northwest. S Seed Grain for Sale. CONTEST NOTH'K Department. of the Interior. l.'uitod States I/snd Office, Minot. No. Dak.. M»r. 2-i. 1908. A sufficient contest affidavit having been Hied in this oflfee by Ole Flclgesoa. 1 contestant, aeam.ft. homestead efctry'Xo. made. April H. 1SU. for tho southwest quarter of section 33. in township 133 North. Range S"l West of the 5th P. m.. by Pat Kerrigan, eoatestee, in which it is is alleged that said entryman has wholly abandonedsaid tract of land and has been absent- for more than six month* last past: that he never did establish his r*»idencc on said land and never made any valuable improve­ ments thereon thntsaid land is in its natural, wild state, wholly uncultivated and unim­ proved :and that said alleged b-eJice from said land was not due to his employment intho army, navy or marine corp* or the United States as a private soldi...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 5 April 1906

Mill CKCVUTHW 4THW 4.200 u. (0 OS Q. OS III O Ift. III E a. Id k. O III S 3 01 Id S VOLUME 5. NUMBER a. Looking backward and review­ ing Minot as it. was four years ago, one cannot realize it as be­ ing the same town. At that time it was a small village of 1000 people, today it has about G000. Four How have we improved in four years? I-et us review. We have two of the l)est hotels in the state. We have as good school buildings as any town in the state—two ward schools and the finest high school building. We have a dozen churches, and all well attended. We have the most modern railroad depot in the state. We have the best train services for business and commercial men in the state. It is the headquarters for as many commercial men as any town in the state. We have the most en­ thusiastic Order of the Commer­ cial Travelers in the state. We have four wholesale houses, all crowded with business. We have three first-class up-to-date banks and Minot is the clearance house of the banks in...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 5 April 1906

THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Published Every Wednesday. C. F. TRUAX, Publisher fi. D. COLCORD, Editor Entered June. IB. 1«2. as Seoonil-Cluss Matter. Postotflire, Minot. N. D. Act of Congress of March.8. 18.9. UN ION MINOT, X. 1)., THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1900. EDITORIAL COMMENT. Now that anew Mayor has been elected, the people will watch and wait for his instructions regarding the cleaning up of the streets and alleys. We can all better the sanitary condition of the city in more ways than one. If we would all do our best, what a different looking city we would within two months. Let us all put our shoulder to the wheel. Lets boost and pull together for Greater Miriot. Let's start out by first cleaning up the city. The Independent notes with a good deal of pleasure that the business of the Minot Creamery hae started in stronger than ever this spring. In fact, the creamery ran all winter. ew customers are being added daily now, and cream is being procured from a large territory. A new cust...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 5 April 1906

Uci, THIEF IN MINOT SermonY Hched in Vincent Me ithodi^^isooQalChHrch,Mlnot, N. Dip^a Crowded' House, by the Wi Rev. G. L. Powell, il Ph. D.,ok. Sunday Night* March 18,1906, Stenographic*! ly Re­ ported, and Published: by Re­ quest. Who is it? What is itV Vou will lind the text in the: Acts pf tho Apostles, j^th chapter, and-the last, part of the j'Z5th verse:' "Felix trembled, and ans I wered, C»o thy way for this time when 1 oaVe a convenient season I will call for thi**' The whwoleVerse tWidsthuK: "And itfs he. reined of righteouraeeH, tem penrace -and judgmeat to- oone, Felix i~'4Pjnble$} and aja§wered, Gjp thy way for ,£& time' when Tl fiate a convenient mason I will call for thee." muc^etu HOpreine in fifetinlin life. Now doctors diner, gr rtiijd.s differ, %nd small minds differ tooj and tBis" small mind differs from the grp»t miiyjLojUheedu c*tor who spoke recently in. our eity and laid emphasis on enviroiunent or .surroundings. I auree in part, of course, but yet differ ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 5 April 1906

BUSTER MOWN TRANSFER PICTURES Minor Topics A furnished room forrent. In­ quire at this office. The county commissioners are in session this week. L. S. Mallorv,architect, Minot, North Dakota. ff Henrv Parris and wife have re­ turned "from an extended visit in Iowa. L. W. Gammons w^nt to Devils Lake Monday night to inspect the Commandery. Seed Wheat for Sale Pure macaroni wheat (Kubanka va­ riety) also pure blue stem No. 169. A. V. Swanson. t2p. Since January 1, the Scofield Implement Co. ha.s disposed of 20,000 worth of horses. Blue Stem seed wheat, No. 169, for sale. C. D. WOOLAEKTON, II. R. No 2, Minot, N. I). tf. A baby daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. John I,. Bates, a week ago Sunday. Ship your cream to the Minot Central Creamery. Your cash is ready for you. Mrs. (»eo. Dodge received the sad news that her father, John I jowery, had died at Petosi, Wis, Would you like to eat some of "Moth­ er's Bread"? Then ask for it at Aus lander's. McGraw Bros., the plumbers, have moved from...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 5 April 1906

Pertinent Questions. ow much is our money worth tl'Je? liiukiiiji six per cent in any where it is deposited on Have you considered investing it where it will make more? Do you want one assured in­ come that will pay six per cent or more with ample security that is better than the average bank? if such in the case you are the person we are looking for and we think we can iuterest you in our plan of investments. Our experience justifies us in waking: the statement that wo lc*ow what we have to otter is aafe and sure. These questions are especially directed to such eastern readers 01 this paper sis may be interested. Write us for full particulars. Williams & Kennedy, Investment Brokers, 21+ S. Main St., Minot, N. L). Bright Little One Gone. Pet*»r Francis, the three and a half year old baby boy of Mr. and Mrs. John Mclsaacs of I.one Tree, died March 10, after ashort illness of spinal meningitis. The parents and other loved ones brot the remains of the bright little fellow to this c...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 5 April 1906

6REENLEAF ELECTED MAYOR Of MINOT Over Emerson by a Big Majority A Hotly Contested Election Every Alderman on Citizens Ticket is Elected. Minot's city election h*'t Mon­ day proved to ie a I. ij victory for Dank C. Gmmleaf, a promi­ nent yotinji tittorney. who is also an avowed lemoorat. Green leaf defeated theopposin« randidate, R. H. Ltnersou, by 128 vote*. Emerson was supjKnted by Roach and his followers and others. The ti»1it was the most hotly, contested one of any city election each wide tightin^t'or rjvery point like one's life depended upon it. All day both sides patrolled the various wards and kept ''tab" on the voters. So well did Green leaf's supporters do this that when 5 o'clock came it was known within a very few votes how the candidates stood. As early as4 o'clock it was conceded by both sides that Greenleaf had a majority of 125. Roth candidates had pledged themselves to work for Greater Minoi. They had pledged them rtlves to work for a good water ••in and an up-to-da...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 5 April 1906

-r H' -I 1 fx? *•$= "7"~- /irS^'^' -iPf "?ii- YOU WILL FIND THE S E of our HATS correct in every detail.. And The Line Most Complete Charged With Bigamy. Fred L. Cameron, who at one. time held down acity job as night policeman in Minot, has been arrested at Missoula, Mont., charged with bigamy and grand larceny. Cameron, it is said, left Minot with a woman, whom it is claimed he married, not witnstanding the fact that he Fred L. Cameron. was already married. Cameron is also an alleged horse thief. He refuses to return without extra­ dition papers, but these will be secured. He will have a hearing at Bottineau. When Cameron was caught, his niustache had been shaved off, and he evidently tried to change his personal appearance. Hat Pins Free. I will give my millinery open­ ing on Wednesday and Thursday April 11 and 12 and invite the ladies to call and see my line. I will have for your inspection a very complete line of pattern hats, direct from Chicago and wUl be able to fit out the y...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 5 April 1906

mi Minor Topics Paul V. McCoy is transacting business in Chicago. It will pay you to invest your money in town lot« in Palermo. For the best fanning mill see the Western Implement Co. tf If you have horses you want to trade for machinery, see the western Implement Co. tf. It utter milk is gold at the Mi­ not creamery at tive cents a ii'alion. tf. A daughter wu« born to ('ounty is on a A SwaiHtiii Friday. Buy your garden seeds in bulk from Koell's hardware store. Northern grown seeds. Eat a Lax-et at bed time and feel l»ri"ht tlie next day. Sold by A. P. Si.lR'CM. Call at Stoltz's lumber yard and get prices on all kinds of building material. C. H. Rudd, Agent. Get L)r. Shoot's Free Hook on Rheu utatism. Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic Tab­ lets are sold by A. P. 8LOCUM. For pure and wholesome candy go to Ferber. He makes them to suit the people and their taste. w. .J. Fardimr lias remodeled Iiisconfectionery, placed linoleum on the floor and ordered an ele­ gant new soda fountain. Jase Hunt, t...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 5 April 1906

Eigh ,ing MINNE-APPOLIS MINNESOTA OR MY CHARMING MISS DAKOTA. Once more I'm back with Minne And she welcomed my return Tho four years I've been absent On my western sojourn I must admit I love her still For I always loved her ways She is even looking better' Than she did in bygone days. Dear Minnie, I'd hardly know you You have grown mighty tall I never thot you would outgrow Your sister, Miss St. Paul. Your age improves your beauty And you're not through growing yet. Oh! how can I embrace you If you will much bigger get: You do more wholesale business Than your sister, I am told. It's shameful how they slight old maids When they get just so old. Your sister has my sympathy She don't look bad at all But of course they all know Minnie Is the sweetest girl of all. Now Minnie, dear, forgive me But the truth to you I'll tell Out on the western prairie I meta country belle, Altho I loved you dearly And my old friend Minne-sota I chose instead and won and wed One charming Miss Dakota. We ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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