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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 February 1903

f f Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 15 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, P FEBRUARY 26. 1903 NO 48 ITFJVIS FROIV FARMERS n Farmers, For Farmers And Pertaining To Farmers- ruing the ent Denn:niii?tinns. Differ- J. B K'imes, one of the bust Jinn young farmers paid the DEMOCRAT an appreciated call Thursday afternoon. He got one of those maps. Thr Charles McGlotlin sale was a fizzle. It was made so by the scv .'re weather and mis erable condition of the roads. Vint C. Spalding returned Friday from Loraine, 111., where he had been to deliver the noted jack, Duke of Oaks, recently sold by 'him to J. H. Cabbage, Duke of Oaks is a vet line specimen of his class. Stc 'dard & Sharp have bought an extra good gray borse from C. Courtney and a black one from Frank Court. J. B. Kimes is a believer in good stock and that is the kind he keeps. He has jnst received two thorough bred Poland China sows from Atlanta, Mo And Mrs M. L. Kimes is not an inch behind him in her line. She having received four M...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 February 1903

"We Be Sweethearts " Wrom tl)i Missouri School Journal. "We be sweetheaits, boanie lassie. We be sweethearts till we dee?' Looking up, her face love-light ed, "We be BWeetliei I 'answer eil be.; They wen- young, i i lass and laddie, Love liati bidden lo his feast, And their lives were knitted cluMrly When the sun wai in the East. "We be sweethearts, bonnie in it her. We be sweethearts till we dee?'' Looking up, her face love -light-ed, "We be sweelhearts'answer ed she. Round them many a lass and laddie. Love kept bringing forth his boon, And their lives were knitted closer When the sun was in the Noon. We be sweethearts, honuie yammer, "We be sweethearts till we dee?" Looking up, her lace iove-ligllt-ed. "We be sweethearts. "answer ed she. Grown and gone each lass and laddie, Love brought forth ins very best. And their lives were knitted closest When the sun was in the West. T. Berry Smith, author of 'Once a Piker Always a Piker." Origin of Monroeism. While Americans appreciate tlie...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 February 1903

GENERAL DAVIS ON LEE The tiallnnt Federal Hero on the Propos ed Monument at Gettysburg. General W. W. H. Davis, of Doylestown, veteran of two wars, tne Mexican ami civil, does not agree with many of his Grand Army comrades that a monument should not be erect ed at Gettysburg for General Robert E. Lee, the great south ern general. "Lee la dead. The w.ir is over. We're at peace. Why tick your finger in the sore again? Why, of course, built a monument to Lee. He was a great soldier and the country will be proud of him. The time will come when there will be no distinction between the soldiers of the north and south who fougbt in the civil war, the English people are proud of the men who fought ou both sides in the War ot the Roses. No country lias yet been able to live and keep up a family quarrel." This is General Davis' opinion. We hear a great deal said by our friends of the Grand Army against the erection of a monu ment to General Lee on the field of Gettysburg, where the confederat...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 February 1903

THE DEMOCRAT V. n. ri.H-i. ROUSE, Bdltor. HJXSON, City Ktlitor. $1.00 pi:r vj ah ( ni. i i the !ol oflltM l Monrou City, MAMOIld h mutter. Mo. rn.tPHo.NE m. u THURSDAY. FEB. 86. 1903 ANNOUNCEMENT. We are authorized to announce J. 1J. Kosfri-i its 11 ciiniliiliilc for I'lectioii as County School Con DlltBloner, John B. Stetson, who f,r.iv $.r00,()i0 to the Stetson LTniver sity, Deland, Fla., Itas been ou Bted from its presidency. flow are yon surplus? The present Republican Congress without the aid of a river and harbor bill have run appropri ationsnp to ((700,000,000. How is t hat for high. John W. Gates has a big deal on hand. He proposes to build an Electric Line from Superior. Wis , following the Mississippi river to New Orleans. The es timated cost of which is $70. 000,000. I H. W. Washington, janitor of the Mercantile library St. Louis is a colored man of intelligence and some understanding of social conditions. He advises his people; To stay in the South with their friends, st...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 February 1903

If I j I 0 RCQ1ST1T.D. ? That Old Hat You are wearing has served its time. Either of these new shapes will cost you only X $2.00. W. G. WILLIAMSON. i 0 i i i i & 4 Ask to see the Rugs ac $3 75 Roy McFariand took In ilie Levy's. hamlet of Ely Tuesday. W, O. Foreman spent Monday Look at Levy's Black Suits with relatives at Ely that he is selling for $10, worth 18 50. Dr Lee T. Mm I made I Some Suits at K price. Levy. Don't forget Levy's on Mat ttings. Our line of White Waistings 'is hard to equal. Levy's. Miss Annie Ragland has been visiting Sheibina friends. White Silk Flour is the best flour, buy it at Williamson's Hess's Stock and Poultry food is guaranteed. Wood Buos. Williamson's prices on Gro ceries is the Lowest in town. Buy your Shoes at Williamson's. Try Ground Oil Cake for your (Horses and Cattle. Wood 'Buos. Brack Bristow was a business visitor in the Gem City, Satur day. We have something special in the Clothing Line this week. Levy's. John Hollaudsworth made a busines...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 February 1903

VP fWFFRRI 1ARY f. . ! l( Z 3 4 5 6 T r ji I 8 9 10 11 12 13 14' I l!l5 16 17 18 19 20 21 K K - . ' : 2223 2426 27 28 $ P :m P life -' iC '1 " - iTONT UMI1 CANNO' "OlD lOvt Ou I i'y V J JNOVr-A' tJvf :A' JO tMAI BAt iOvt ATTIM'T J- rJN J. D Melson of tins place has received word that his great I granddaughter, an infant, that is his grand daughter s grand daughter, will soon be brought to see him, or the fifth genera tion. Mr. Melson is eighty four years old la i May and is in quite good health. Fie has fanned and teamed many years and was a min oi great energy and good judgment. He ac quired a large estate of land by his own industry, this he has sold in recent years and is liv ing a retired life Pew men in this state have more lineal de scendants than Mr. Melson, and his many friends hope he may yet live to enjoy many years of weil earned rest and pleasure. Shelby ville Guard . Mr. Melson is well known in this city. He is the grand father ot D. D. Melson. Fooling the People. Why t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 February 1903

LlonCof States of America i (The gt iteit nation in the world is 'the great, st consumer of coffee. fci . s... y.i h the standard beverage f every state and territory of t!ic U lion. It's pure that's why. AlwnTRtn 1 lb .ilr-tluM, "Rto'1 ;n'tiM tuurinit fnsatttss MM uniform m'.I.ij Lion Go i I Teddy And Dutchman When President Roosevelt I railed at the Americans for not1 marrying and raising large fam ilies, he I i.i ti been studying the i KM) class. Aftei his sarcastic spleen was Vented, he conclud ed i ta Ik in some l the Great iYid!e ClHM which is COO Ceetl' d in have tin" morals, brawn, i iai is and money of the World So taking an Ave ! nue ear. he sat down by it Dutchman and began to quiz J him, Teddy Yon are from the; Fatheilatid. are you not? Dtiti'liman Ya w. Schoolboy Answers. From the London Expre. Here are some yems ol school boy answers to examination problems by University Cor respondence": f'John Wesley was a great sea captain. He beat tlie Dutch at Waterloo, and by deg...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 February 1903

WE WILL HAVE A IP lVTAMMTlSir: WAT kPR (i l. M. -n t : 11. 1 X 1U 1 TV J. 1 i 4 I 8 OACT LOAD OF FEf lCE R, BANNING WALKER In a wec;r or (wo, Come and see us if you need any. i t V s i i hen Seward and nre dauuhter, Mibs Matt it, of ("lap inr. were shopping In the city Tu-m1.iv Erru si It'ce. o WH a business (?) visitor here the first f the week. How was the cake, Ernest? William Tompkins, of Hunne well. spent the first ol the week in tiie city witl) his son, George W Tompkins. Searcy-Eichor. L. B. Searcy and Miss Grace Eichor, of Stoutsville, were married at the Missionary Bap SuTutsville. ! list Churcb in tnat village Sun clay evening by Rev. Colborn. Miss Ann Anderson, one of the fair ones of the City of Flowers, visited her cousin. Rev. Clagett, Monday. For good laundry work take your linen to J. E. Christian agent 1 r Congers Laundry and Dye Works. Phone 55. Miss Watson, of New Lou. 'on. who has been the guest ul her sister. Mrs. J. G. Fuqua, returned to her home Saturday W. O....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 March 1903

Monroe City Democrat VOL. 15 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1903 NO 49 ABOUT THE CHURCHES. Interesting News Concerning the Differ ent Denominations. Rev. O. B. Holliday, of Pal myra, spent Saturday In the city with friends. Rev. M. L. McReynolds was a business visitor in the city of Flowers, Monday. Dr. Proctor of Monroe City, sends 100 each year to Rev. Thos. Proctor, his missiouary son, for the support of one of the churches the latter has organized. That amount is sufficient for the congregation's expenses. Paris Appeal The foregoing should have read: David M. Pructor, Rev. John T. Proctor. Warsaw, Feb. 28 Three of the oldest cloisters in Poland, founded in 1516, 1550 and i"19. respectively, had to be closed for want of monks. There is also a great scarcity of Catho lic priests, as the Russian gov ernment permits only a very few to be educated and placed the Catholie seminaries under orthodox superintendents. The lecture delivered by Rev. L W. Read, of Monroe City, at ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 March 1903

i AMERICAN'S LOVE ; Neat and Clean Houses, j And the way, the easy way, the cheap way to get them is to use -oto- Patton Sun-Proof Paints, j And the line of Artistically designed IWall Paper I Carried by 1 1 FITZPATRICK I 5 ! There you will also find the Purest Oils, Leads, t and best Paint brushes. The North Main St. Drug House handles a fine line of Pure Drugs J- and everything in Toilet Articles, "HAPPINESS THAT SOON TURNED TO SORROW." It was in the month of .June and the roses were now in bloom, and the birds sweet songs tilled the air. A maiden of sixteen who liv ed in a large city who had a most beautiful home, she be ing the only child of this ele gant house, was a great pet. She was the pride of all the city. Every one spoke ol her as the most beautiful girl they bad ever seen. One evening after tea she and a few of her young lady friends were walking, when they met t youth, who asked if he could liave the pleasure to walk with them. Soon alter, this young maiden grew tired ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 March 1903

HEARTS TRUMPS Warm and Yearning Under The Cattcas ion Breast and Just The Same W ay Under The "tliopian. A Massachusetts View. Lincoln knew the southern country. He knew the negro race. He could understand, for he shared, the feeling of the white people of the south that SOME BRIGHT JEWELS Worth Reading from the Atlanta Con stitution. I. KNC.I.K-CHKOMKlt. Cute, CUter thai) a box of monkeys w is the nuptial knot tied by Squire II. Rosell, Thurs day afternoon. Sylvester H. Engle, ol Sbtel, hatted, gloved and apparelled in a business suit and Miss Jes sie Lee dimmer, of Saline towns' ip. in her youth, beauty and charming carriage, gowned in a lovely blue traveling rega lia, stood before the Squire with joined hands and promised be fore God etc. Several ..itnesses were pres ent to wish them well and to sign the marriage certificate. Mr. Engie is a promising young farmer an J MissChromer was raised not far from this city. She had quite a number of admirers in Monroe who miss her, now tha...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 March 1903

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. n. F. HIXSON, City Editor. TERMS $1.00 I'fiR YEAR utered at the poittOflNSl Monroe ;ity. Mo. MOOfld-OlUI mutter. rn.i phi mi so. i! THURSDAY. MARCH 5, 1903 ANNOUNCEMENT. We lire authorised to announce J. li. Roger ;i n enndidiite for election ah Count v School Commissioner. Boyd Maupin 21 head at "c; Vannoy, Crook and Diminitt 10 head at 3$c and John Colvert 6 at 5c. Clarence Clough has sold 4 head of good mules to J. Gent Fuqua. Melvin Nolen sold 11 head ot catt that averaged 117U lbs., to J. :.T. Proctor Jr.. at 41c. rjlica, N. V.. Feb. 88 The Uolctein Friesian cow Sadie Vale Concordia. No. 82259, li. P. H. B. A R U . 1 Il.4. whose milk in seven days made 30 pounds and 10.15 ounces of but Gray 2 cars of sheep; Barker & McClintic 4 c irs of hogs; Phil Hutchison 3 cars ot cattle. Total 21 cars. Tuesday J. B. Settle sold a good sorrel horse to Dr. Dallas, of Hunnewell and a roin to Frank Wadsworth. Barger and McClintic has bought stock from the f...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 March 1903

Try Ground Mussel Shell for your fowls. Wood BROS. We must bav Eggs for our retail trade at G. A. Tait's. Hess's Stock ant! Poultry food is guaranteed. Wood BeOS. Jacob' Humburg and family have moved to the farm near Ely. Try Ground Oil Cake for your Horses Mid Cattle. Wood J3uos. Dr. W. W. Ritchey's address is 2710 Prospect Ave., Kansas City, Mo. tf. .Tolm Drescher, Of Palmyra, was a business visitor in the city Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Kay Moss, of Hunnewell, were shopping in the city Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. T. Lightbody, of Ely, spent Sunday in the city with friends. Vernon and Lee Davis, of Warren, were business visitors in the city Monday. Daniel Poillips, jof near Phil adelphia, was a business visitor in the city, Monday. Barred Plymouth Rock Eggs for sale, 80 cents per setting. Mas. Ollie Wilson. Mrs. L. Baker, of Palmyra, lias been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Andrew Garner. TWO GREAT SHOES Highest prices are paid for poultry and eggs, hides, etc., a Balzer & Dikigo's. For S...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 March 1903

i f I ARC m is cor I! Al LAVI m l YT 77". MARCH saatwtfs I 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 II 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Z0 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1M1 ii Dr. Hornback, Oculist and Aurist, Hannibal. Mo. Miss Mary Landers spent Friday with Quincy friends. Mrs. George Settle spent Thursday with Hannibal fiiends. Miss Delia Iiyan spent the day Thursday with Quincy friends. Mrs. G. A. Tait and children spent Friday with friends at Woodland. Box of medicated soap and a pair of scissors for 25c. J. J. PlTZPATRICK. 3-12. Mrs. Melvin Nolen spent the latter part of the week with relatives at Brevier. Mrs. IdaV. Green. jof Shelbina came down Friday to visit her brother, J no. W. Cox. James Snter. of Kahoka. Mo., has been the guest of his kins woman, Mrs. M. B. Carson. James P. Boyd the conscien tious county attorney was a business visitor in the city Thursday afternoon. Photographs a; at x Belle Johnson's Studio The stock holders of the Coach Horse Co., will hold their annual meeting Saturday after ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 March 1903

2 At One Half the Cost Lion Coffee has better strength and flavor than many so-called "fancy" brands. Bulk coffee at tlie same price is not to be com pared with Lion iu quality In 1 lb. air tight, sealed packages. That tlie bubonic plague is carried from port to port by lats in ships is an established fact. A French investigator now finds that the disease is communicated from rat to rat by fleas and that promiscous in tercourse between the healthy and infected rats of their cada vers never transmits the plague while fleas conveyed the disease in eight tests out of nine. So medical officers are now giving assiduous attention to the health and comfort of the rats in their district. Reflections of a Bachelor, It is no trick to catch a wom an; it takes a genius to un catcb her. The real hero of life is the man who keeps on persisting he loves a woman when he doesn't any more. A woman can do more with a pair of curling tongs to impress herself on historv than a man can with a battleship....

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 March 1903

r I f f t, MERCHANT TAILORING SPRING AND SUMMER 1903. 9fu Spring and Summer Goods are here and ready for inspection. Call and examine them. vorbeL Cleaning, Prcsing and Repairing Done on Short Notice. Special Order Suits From S10 up . Pants From S2.50 up. i i j i 4 Match. Measles raging in this locali ty Our merchant was buying goods in your city Friday. Bill Jacobs, our blacksmith, has a new trim. Manning Elliott of your city, was here buying cattle, Friday. Lent Wright has one thous and bushels of corn in the field yet. John Davis was a business visitor in your city Saturday. Church services were held at Aerial Sunday. A tenant house north of this place belonging to Smith Bros., was burned last week. Hank Bradshaw is busily en gaged getting out raining tim ber for Macon City Roads are in a deplorable condition. A crowd from this vicinity will attend the ball in Monroe City opera house Tuesday night March 17. A crowd from here atteneded the McGlothlin sale Tuesday. James Elliott wa...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 March 1903

Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 15 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1903 NO 49 NEW lr 1 si From TOP to BOTTOM From Bottom to T op It would be absolutely useless to tell the people of this Vicinity that we have ha:l former experience in the Clothing Business, as they are well aware Ot the fact that for twenty long years we have sold Clotblng and Furnishing floods to the trade, and when it comes to knowing our business, none will dispute the fact that we know exactly what we are doing, and that it will be done to the entire satisfaction of all concerned. We re-enter the clothing business in Monroe City after having looked the entire state over, from the simple fact that there is an opening here for the bus iness not to be found any where else in the great state of Missouri. We have a beautiful town of over two thousand people, a prosperous country and an appre ciative people, and no where in this state can you find, in a town the size of Monroe City, the clotli inj business releg...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 March 1903

AMERICAN'S LOVE Neat and Clean Houses, And the way, the c isy way, the cheap way to get them is to use x f; Patton Sun-Proot Paints, And the line of Artistically designed 0. 0 0 Wall Paper ii Carried by J, I FITZPATRICK 8 There you will also find the Purest Oils, Leads, and best Paint brushes, The North Main St, Drug House handles a fine line of Pure Drugs and everything in Toilet Articles, When Bailey Hunted Change. When the Batley's were walk ing home from the park Satur day afternoon, they turned down a side street and ran across a brie a-brac store in the window of which was exhibited the most charming character sketch in stucco that Mrs. Bat' ley had ever seen. Upon prtc ing it she found that the mas terpiece could be brought for f)!t cents. She was a little dis appointed because it didn't cost more, but decided to take it, anyway. "Have you got the change, John?1' she asked her husband, Nope.-' said Batley. "I'm busted, .lust spent my last penny tor a paper." Mrs. Batley sighe...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 March 1903

BURLINGTON BUYS A ROAD. Purchases The Iowa And St. Louis. Macon, Mo. March 5 The Iowa and St Louis railroad lias been sold to the Burlington. Mr. A. L. Cooper, attorney for the Iowa and St. Louis, is in Macon (retting the title deeds in shape for the transfer. In the deal the property of the Manufacturers' Goal and Coke company, consisting of Seven developed mines in Adair county, goes to the Burlington road. The Iowa and St. Louis road is completed from Center ville, la. i to Novinger. Mo. Eight locomotives are in opera tion, and regular trains are run ning daily between the points mentioned. Grading forces are now at work south of Novinger, and in the rock cuts this side of Elmer, Macon county. It is pretty definitely known that the Bur lington will complete the road as far as Macon, where con junction will be formed with its main line. The projected route by way of Paris and St. Charles to St. Louis will probably be abandoned, as the Burlington already has a pretty direct line fr...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 March 1903

1 i . : r. bmocra r p ( e: w tl t( W ai in d to Bi "I an Si sti bo CO .1. ROI IIXSCH Editor. , dts Editor. '" ft ,0() ii:h v vw :t!' Ml k' 1 Monroe C ...... OlSttSf. Mo. rELEPHENO NO. THURSDAY. MARCH 1L, 1008 ANNOUNCEMENT, We nro authorised to announce J. 15. Rogers m ii candidate for election h I 'ount.y School ( lo i mlsslooer. VIRGINIA TODD To The Fronl Ajiain. At One Charred With Murder. Time OFFICIAL STATEMENT ' the linatioial condition of the Monroe City Bank, .w Monroe uiy, ritai'1 m .v ihsuiu-i . ;it theoloM.Ol business on the L'Htll da of February . 1903. HKKOfWKH. Loans and discount1 un doubtedly ifood on per Nonal or collateral se curity s:i,K7.4!t Loans and discounts un doubtedly (rood onraal es tate security 34,498.00 Overdraft! by solvent :us tomert 1,628.81 United states bondsonh&nd Other bonds and Stookl at their present cash market value I ! -a I estate ( banking house) at present cash market value 8,700.00 Ileal estate other than bank ins.' house at present a a...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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