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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 27 October 1911

- " iHHr wiwp r HHI gig; H .Ffeirn the ir Lost Orphan V1.. To the good saints of Cedar -vvVCity, 'through the Iron Countyj 1 Record. After so long a time I thought 'v I would just tell you that I am " still alive and well, and wishing ' you all health and long life. I thought a few lines from the Golden West would get you to wake up and think what you are t missing by not seeing the land oflflbwers and sunshine and the big duck pond. Even then don't think that this is the only place tot live, and don't think that you can live here without working. If you don't wish to get in and be busy stay in Utah. Loafers and idle men don't exist here. October and November are the two slackest months. Everybody is busy and wages, fair. There is always something to go and see and spend your money and keep broke. This country welcomes one , -with money or active muscles and if you have neither you are not wanted. This country pays women high wages and they are always in demand. People from - every ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 27 October 1911

H . -it : ' H What is Your Family Worth? H If your family is worth the H best you can afford in house and j H food and clothes, is it not worth i JHl the best reading as well? And H the best reading best for boys ( H and girls, best for men and H women is to be found in the j H Youth's Companion. H Of stories alone the Compan- H ion will print nearly 300 in 1912. Hj With all the rest of the paper; H thrown in, and counting the I H glorious long serial stories, they H cost the subscriber less than a j H cent apiece. Moreover, you will ! H took long before you will find H stories so varied and interesting, Hj stories of coolness in the face of H peril, strange adventures with H creatures of the forest and the H sea, moving stories of life's ob- H scure heroisms, stories breezy H with good-natured humor, quaint H and curious character sketches. H Now is the time to subscribe, H for you will receive freo from H the Mm 3 your $1.75 is received H all the issues for the remaining H weeks o...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 27 October 1911

I' ! flj ' " ' ! u.imw T . 1 njrw1J, m, ,,j nu. irn -t; TT i f H I Parowan News Hems, I Parowan, October 25. 1 We hear frequent good words I for the Record since you have 1 the new type and enlarged paper. The Kempton Komedy Ko. left for Panguitch Sunday after' playing a whole week here. F. M. Lyman, Jr., was a guest of Aunt Paulina Lyman the fore part of the week. It is reported that surveying is a being done in the vicinity of Parowan gap, there being a pro- ject on foot for the closing of the gap to form a reservoir into which Little Salt Lake will be I drained, which, together with the thirteen inches of precipita tion annually as per statistical reports, and conserving all waste and flood waters in the said res ervoir ample moisture will be afforded to irrigate the land in the adjoining valley. It is said a company is being incorporated to manage the project, believing that the lower valley will equal the Parowan valley in every re spect. Thos. Cason, brother of George Cason of...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 27 October 1911

I V V 11 I fl B a.j-ju-jm-u-i- ij - " '" I Things in General. H Have you registered yot? H Ba sure and register Oct. 31. H Your hist chnnce. H t Several of Cedar's expert deer H' hunters have returned and re- norted "nothin' doin' " "Old Hoary-headcd" Winter" H is knocking at the door. Better H get ready for him. H Ken Uno's new home is near- H ' ing completion. The carpenters Hj are now doing the interior work. H How about it? Have you de- H eiclcd whom will be your choice H for mayor at the coming election ? M If you want, to be loyal to your H 'political party!, be sure and put M your cross up under your party m emblem Nov. 7. 1 Hope every taxpayer will 1)2 H able to pay up. It is anything M but pleasant to have your name H .appear in tho delinquent list. , HORSES FED all winter at H 124 cont.s per day. Good hay H and Htahles. Inquire of W. W. FMNNIGAN, Cedar City, Utah H fl , , Hallowe'en Oct. 30th. Better H. bo ready to entertain the H "spooks" that will no doubt be H out galiv...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 3 November 1911

fj I'nlrenlty of tilnh ) hB . 'i HI dgg& Jjg Hj Pax your subscription to tKe Record if due, and -we'll all be happy. H i Iron Counts Record. I ,, ,. . i ' " 9f" H Vol. 18. . Cedar Gty, Iron CountyUVah, Friday, Nov. 3, 1911. No. 47 H JOS. MILLETT DEAD. Succumbed To Leakage of (he Heart and Other Ailments. i Was a Pioneer of the Enrly Days of This Valley And The Dixie Country Was Well Re- spected. Joseph Millett, who was well known in this country and in Washington County died early Tuesday morning from leakage of the heart and other ailments incidental to old age. He, it will be remembered, received injury to his left hip last winter by falling on the door step of Bp. Wm. Ford's residence. For several months it was thought he would not be able to again use his left limb, but he so far recovered that by the aid of crutches he was able to make his way about . Some three weeks ago he be gan to feel ill, complaining I constantly of pains in his I stomach and in the region of It his h...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 3 November 1911

bbLLLV m gy .1 H CIlHiatological Service of the Weather H Bureau. H Parlky Dalley, H Co-operative Observer M Cedar City, Ulnh H Observations for week ending H Wednesday, Novcmbar 3 1911. H Temperature s1 bbbbbbj j5j a Character LH J if - of U J I 111 Dy B a ? : j-J r M '26 60 39 Cloudy H 17 57 38 .24 -28 58 40 Clraf1 H 29 57 33 H 30 59 28 H 31 61 39 Partly Cloudy H I 56 36 .10 Cloudy H , FARM FAIRS TRAIN CHILDREN. H Tftaeh Thorn Thnt Agrloultur Is a H Study of Which to Proud. B -Is a fnrmor u bunlncHs man? If B ho; he can tmiko no butter Invent 1 Hient (linn to tako IiIh family to tlio 1 atnte fair. Ily no doing hu will cnat H bread upon tlio wnt ct'M. Tliu (iroiltH M will bo dollars mid hoiiho. Tlio folena- M leg will e hotter boya, butter girl". B better fnrin.n. livery boy and every fl girl, linn n rlctit to have n good time B While young Make tliu child happy H and you hnvo done much to make It tf ' food. Tlio neglected nnd unhappy V Child too oft becomes tlio tramp and B tlio v...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 3 November 1911

HOW TO MAKE A TOWNJBUTIFUL . Public Spirited Hen andWomen Can Work WondeTs. HAWORTH A GOOD EXAMPLE. New Jersey Municipality Transformed In a Few Years by the Untiring Ef forts of Its Citizens Sensible Offi cials Ars Imperative. t Striking results toward town Im provement have lieen accomplished In a short time by tho ITnworth tN. J. llcnutlful society, rcrhnps the example ot llnwortli ' '. when tho way Is pointed out may be -VjtpT followed by other Klmllnr places. It Is ,'?",$. a community not of the rich nor of the -V,!V'' poor, hut Is a collection of homes of 'kfr'" moderately circumstanced New York "$&'.. business and professional men. The fcj BovormiUMJt Is the borotiuh form so ?lr popular In New Jersey, where tho Jt , mayor and six councilman regulate v v public an'nirs. Tho lluworth bcnutlfuT movement. , -, which has attracted no little attention. -; ' wats organized by a few ladle;? and gentlemen who pledged themselves to s.)'" the carrying out of the ideals ex- J'' .' pr...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 3 November 1911

. rfe - -- - j , - " ,-.Jl1n i f T7 ... ...... , ,. . .,-. ,., .. ; I Iron County Record CEDAR CITY, UTAH. H ALEX. H, ROLLO H lillK f C3TAQLISHED DECEMBER, 1893. H tNTMID AT 7H CCOAR CITV POST M . . OMICC AS MCOHD CLAtl MATTER. H ;;. SUBSCRIPTION $I.BO PER YfcAR B ALWAVI IN AOVANCI. H Friday, Nov. 3, 1911. H Grade Editor-, I " ial Thoughjts. H -Keep the homc-fircs bright if H you would have thtf winter of H lite warm and pleasant. B H ( H How Had is he who can never M go back to his childhood without I, & shudder. Who can nover re- I. call a period when his life was H filled with sweet and simple m . satisfaction. H Youth and age have too little H sympathy with each other. If 1 tile young would remember that m y mfty 0 0,( nn( re" 1 " member that they have been H y,9nK the world would bo hap- H "Hard hands, strong arms, and ' H sunburned faces aro honorable. P Take "Excelsior" for your motto, ! nn'd if you arc patient, in a few K years you can surely write un- H dot' it that oth...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 3 November 1911

. : ( H The Youth's I Companion In 1912.' No other paper is quite like the Youth's Companion. It is taken in half a million homes where the choice of reading is made ' with as much care as the choice of friends. It entertains, it sat-1 isfies the keen zest for thrilling' adventure, it is rich in wit and humor, andmlltthe whileiits.pur pose is to be to every reader a help onward never a drag back ward. Among the contributors to the UD12 volume will be General Ba-(den-Powell, the defender of Matching ami founder of the Hoy Scouts, Walter Gamp, the celebrated if oatball coach, IHud- son Maxim, the inventor of high explosives, Governor Harmon of , Ohio, Percival Lowell, the as-: tronomer, Jacob" A. Riis, Marion Harland, Harriet Prescott Spof ford, Rev. Francis E. Clark, founder of trSociety of Chris- tian Endeavor, etc., etc. ' The serial stories alone, which I follow one another the year I through, will ibe worth $1.50! .each when published in book form. By subscribing to The Companion...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 3 November 1911

I t I LOCAL MERCHANT I FICHTiNG NOW , Bi Wholesalers Help Him Kill I' " Mail Order Game. U GIVE HIM ''LITERATURE." pl- With Which He lombordi th Wmm i Folks nd 8howo Them the FoolUh SL4 nen of OponcJIno Time and Fare to EJSsT Shop In the City. EtfjjH At laat tliat bugaboo of the locnl $j merchant, thu mall order Iioiiho, Ih (pM. moctliig brink competition from thu f,,'-1 omo tradesman, unci with mnll ordar 1 mctbodH nt that, aaya .la men Kcllx In $ , Uio Chicago Tribune. t' ' SijhI iih tho .liinnticao lowered tlio $. i pride of ItiiHNla by lining the white r ' tnHii'H ImplumonlH of Warfare, ho the J Hinnll town atorek coper, who Iioh felt jje hliiiHcIf down trodden' by tho poHtnl Sj RinKpiitert of tho bg centers, Iiiim adopted the timipca of bin niiomjr and 1m l (ipglnnliig ,0 "c,lt "'" Cntalogm'H, 'Tarla fanlilon" pouter, "follow up" Icttera nnd price llxtHJ nil tho pet wcnpoiiH of tho big mnll order Iiouhch by which they command rural tnido, havo been aeUert by merchanta o kct'P t...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 3 November 1911

1 .il!,L IbH I POST LIFTERJTHAT LIFTS. I Casts Practically Nothing, but No I Patent Devlcs Can Beat It. Tnke tin old solid cornplnntcr 'wheel nr.ft pet It ns closely ngnlnst tho post ns the clinln will allow. Put n hook. A. on tho end of the tnnln chain, using n shorter chain (o go uround the post pi HO rOBT CAN bTAND THIS. Just:nt the top of the ground. Ilitcu a horse nt B, with n long filuglotree. This la the best post lifler ever and can lie rigged up In the nhortcpt time. The upward pull on the post way be .Increased by placing a triangular block In front of wheel. t A 8EED CORN OBSERVATION. $ i t 3. A Michigan farmer vouohes for 4 this method of Improving hlt i It. corn. Ho ayt. "I always chooto .J. tho top ear from a stalk bearing v ' two or more oars and after do- X i Ing so for the third or fourth .j. f time I have been successful in V Y growing four to six ears on at X least half -the stalks in the field." JMfee efr tfr je es fyfnf Vfr tt, I General Farm Notes. H Onta are t...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 3 November 1911

C I Things in General. H Shoo uhinirtK outfits. CEDAR CITY DRUG STORE. H "Undo Johnathan Frothcro B was down from Paratfonah the H Jforo part of the week. H Keeps a fellow n-hustllnfr to H pjet in ton hours of work be- H tvveon daylight and dark those m days. H iip. Esplin of Ordervillo was H in Cedar Sunday. He came over H t'O brinff Bome.of his children to HI attend the Branch Normal. H W,ouldn't the elders of Cedar M ,Cjty make a good bunch of mis- m uibnaries? Most of them show up at their regular weekly meet- H itigs once a year whether they H i need to or not M 'Lemons 45c. per do.. Cedar M City Drug Store. H Edward Lunt, brother of Cjeo- H Lunt of this city, is a visitor H here. He came from Mexico H several days ago and will spend H his tinle ambng his rolntivoK of H Cedar. H "I do not believe t hero. is any H other medicino so good for H , wljooping cough as Chamberlain's H j Cough Romcdy," writes Mrs. H ' FrHncis Turpi n, Junction City, H Ore. This remedy is also un- H ' s...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 10 November 1911

-" tTntrer.fcy of till f I Wti$ffi HB u-j. HH 4 il HB Pay your subscription to the Recdf iHgdue, and we'll all be happy BR Iron CouNtff Record. I . - " ' $ i t9H Vol.18. Cedar Oty, Iron County, UtaK, fy-iday, Nov. JO, 19 U. No. 48 ' H ' iPATRIARCH SMITH SUMMONED HOME. i ,. j Dks At His IlMie SsrrouHded By His f - Fiaily. As He Expired He Asked That his K ' Children Be Called, for He Knew - Death Was at Hand. : ? . i VJ John Smith, the fourth pre- I siding patriarch to the Church, j ; and eldest son of Hyrum Smith, ' 'Crossed life's great divide at 11 35 "r?' o'clock Monday night, at his residence, 263 south First West : ' street, with all the members of , his family present at his bedside, Mar and after an illness from pneu- W V t monia lasting only six days. As W.y the veteran realized that death f' was approaching and his end WY was near, he exclaimed, "Call I' ''y . the boys; I'm afraid I will have to give up." U .;j When first taken sick the m !' patriarch's illness was not con-...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 10 November 1911

I I H - y y - . . " H Climatological Service of the Weather B Bureau. H Pauley Dalley, H Co-operative Observer H CedarCity UUih H Observations for week ending H Wednesday, Novembar 8, 1911. H 'Temperature M- " h -a Character 3 I Jll Day H 2 55 30 Clear H 3 55 28 H 4 59 32 H 5 52 29 H 6 59 39 7 55 33 Cloudy I H 8 ;53 32 Cloudy I '1 THE WRECK hH ' ' 7 M " H A Story of KWnptef PpH H Ojr CLARISSA MACKIB iH 4 H ! Copyright by American l'reM Aano X H elation, 1811. H When Alice I-ovett bad come out of " tbu want, whero alio hud been for a H yoar'a vlntt, Fordo Card nuccumbed nt H once to her lovellncaa and charm. It H waa by no uioana Ida first tore affair. H but Jt waa without doubt hla roont acrl H rim one. H The beautiful Mlas Lorett. howoror, Hj looked with ludlfferenco upon tho H you n r millionaire upon hla extreme H aleuderaeaa, hla narrow face with Ita K,v cloao placed eye, aleak hair and rone- Bn bud mouth. Ilko a Rlrt'a. She dlnllked H hla overdeferentlal manner, tho touch H of ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 10 November 1911

1 J 'HHHHHHHHBHBHHH Hi j& t H 1J! ilTheLastChance;! ,"."" :: It Led. (o Preef at Tree I V '.I Frlcwtehip 4 T i fV T T t i ; I By SARAH MARIA GRANT 1 .v J, . ',. CopjTlght by American Press Aeuo- , S ' elation. 1911. f A dirty looking Mexican bad brought tho roughly scrawled noto to tho Lono Bull ranch. It was at tho edgo of tho vj1 , evening, nnd the extended nbaenco of A Ugljt uearted Harry Barry had been a ' matter of comment among IiIb com- .: rade's. Ills two weeks' lcavo of ab- sence bad been Btretched to three, and, although work was dull at this season. 3 - . hla silence caused a vague disquietude J "p among the older men. I ' Thb note was addressed to Gabriel, j .nr -it and he unfolded It with the careful "" deliberation of one who seldom re-' cclves an epistle. ITe held the torn sheet of paper close to the lamp ami j t scanned the words with sharp eye that narrowed to mere pin points of j " light when he had concluded. - "It's from him," he said, with a curt -4L'- nod t...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 10 November 1911

I V J W lfr.J.f.H..l...l..J. HI $ i I; ? Iron County Record ' CEDAR CITY, UTAH. ALEX. H. ROLLO M mut H E3TACLISHE0 DECEMBER, 1893. H H CHTKflfO AT TH CtOArt CITV POST H Orf IC A SICOMO CLAM MATTKR. H SUBSCRIPTION SI.60 PER YLAR H. ALWAYS IM AOVANCB. H Friday, Nv. 10, iuii H If you intend to treat yourself H any hotter than your wife, don't H take dne. H i !! m ! ' If tyou have no idea that you H are too good for a picked up H dinner, remain a bachelor. H Profanity never did any man H the Ifast good. No man is the richer, the happier or the wiser H. for it It commends no one to H any society, It is disgusting to H the refined; abominable to the H , good; insulting to those with H - whom we nssociate; degrading to H tho mind; unprofitable, needless H and injurious in society. Young H man, don't m profane. H Wo know that music is pleas H. ant and homo is not home where H' there are no songs or sweet Hj harmonics; but a knowledge of Hi the piano will not help a woman discharge her wifel...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 10 November 1911

fc ' ' . M Stock Market Report. Kansas City Stock Yards, Nov. 3, 1911. Cattle received here this week 63,100, last week 84,400, same week last year 79,400. The drop in receipts this week was effective at all the markets, and prices received an - uplift all around, ranging from 25 to 60 cents at Kansas City, above the close of last week. Packers are very anxious for choice cattle of big weight, but that kind is extremely scarce. Prime steers would bring nine dollars here without trouble, but nothing got above $8.45 this week, because of absence of quality. Kansas pastures have sent in about the last of their season's crop, and for some weeks ahead the bulk of the supply will come from the range country. Quarantine supplies are small this week, and that territory is omptied out for the present. Until fed cattle start freely, the range offerings will have practi--- t-r---- - " cally a clear field. A large num ber of Colorado cattle have been here this week, and they have sold 25 to 50 ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 10 November 1911

HMB r flmiln i 4 H Brief and Breezy. HH Will that McNamara jury be , HB hired by the month or year? H Divided into four fparta the , H Tobacco trust gets new quarters. , H ' Since that Chicago mooting! H Senator LaFolletto looms up be- HH fore the standpat newspapers as H more "dangerous" than ever.' m In Kansas he is regarded as' H "ominous." B Wonder if those Chinesewho H have "declared for a republic' H could explain what they mean 1 by the word. H Nor is the President's plan to B kill the trusta with kindness H entirely new. It has been tried H before, and they didn't die woi ti H a H Tho mugwumps and half: H breeds of 20 years ago are now B i insurgents or progressives, andj H ( they are increasing in numbers. H I Those tariir vetoes did it. m If, according to the typical HH I Oriental idea, candidates over H j thoro ask questions instead of H ' making speeches, we can think H ! of nobody more like to win tho H j Chine.se Presidency than our old M m r s" friendWu-Ting-fang. M M...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 10 November 1911

ittt 1 1 ' ' IT f JT arm and Xi I Garden Iy 1LUXURY FOR LIVE STOCK. ' ST Fin. Dairy Herd Hits Concrela Barn w,,l Both Sanitary and Beautiful. ' $ . The now live stock barn on Old Forge & ifarni, in eastern Pennsylvania. Is a rT", 'fine example of fnrm architecture, as 'i shown by tfte accompanying Ulustra- -A Uon from the Country Gentleman. It Includes all modern equipment and .-" ' sanitary proTlslons. This structure Is 1 112 feet In length. 60 foet.wlde and 40 feet to the eaves. It has a Up roof, ' which gives additional naow space and ' '"-- adds to Its appearance. The stable Is f built with walls and floor of concrete -v and Is entirely glTon oTor to the ata I '" bles for the cows. A feeding aisle sov- 5 en feet wide runs through the center, ' ' ; and a row of swinging stanchions Is placed on ench side of this. Bach stall Is equipped with a feed box and n cov ered wntcr trough, which has n swing ' ing lid thut the cows have learned to BjHBSassssjBeafc,KWiewLjiyjRftvwe Ai. BB...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 10 November 1911

IB'1 A THE SEVElSTTfi GTIaJDE EORIBR. I B .. i . 1? i I. . , , ' " v ' -fg M 1 Edited and Issued Monthly by the Seventh Grade Students of the Cedar Gty Public schools. fl M VOL I Cedar Cky Utah, Nov. 10, 1911. , NO. 1 B . - - ii ji 1 i j ii m H V1.' History of Cedar City. Hj v The Pioneers started from H Pn rowan November 11, 1851 HH about noon. They had what was H known as the dog wagons which H they hauled their dogs in. They H had a great number of dogs H which were mostly all sheep H dogs. H They stopped in Summit to H feed their cattle. They got here H in the night and camped in the HHj cedam south west of the H cmotery. This is how Cedar H got its name. They built brush H wigwams to live in until they H could get houses built. They H drat lived in the Old Field, then H they moved to the Old Fort, then H to where we are living now. H Not long after the Pioneers H got hore Hishop Lunt had his H team stolen by the Indians. A H little while later the Indians H were brought back an...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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