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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 March 1896

1SDC 10 THE ADVOCATE, Market reports. Kansas City Live Stock. Kxjtsas Citt, March. -Cattle Receipts, since Saturday, 4,303; calves, 1.413; shipped Saturday, 855 cattle, 15 calves. The market was steady to 15c higher. The following are representative sales: SHIPPfNQ AND DRESSED BKK STEXBS. No. Ave. Price. 64 1,607 $4,15 17 1,378 4.10 77 1,565 4.00 19 1,514 3.90 63 1,404 3.90 12 1.4C5 3.80 4 1,087 3.40 8 1.009 3.35 1 1,180 185 XKXAS AND INDIAN STSEBa No. Ave. Price. 98 1,491 1 10 80 1.467 400 80 1.468 3.95 38 1.389 3.90 15 1,320 185 18 1,400 3 80 8 1,280 3.40 2 1,020 3.35 8 900 3.35 60 1,139 155 Sfllnd 1,083 3.45 22 1.3J7 165 20 1,417 3.30 23 1,204 3.50 73Ind 1.062 3.45 21 1,008 340 1 970 3.25 SOUTHWESTEBN STUBS. 11 781 13.00 I 2 1.010 13.00 1 1,400 3.25 I SOtmWESTIBN COWS. Bhelf 602 13.00 1 920 i75 1 690 2.50 TEXAS AND INDIAN COWS. 4Ts.hf..... 947 13.30 I 1 1,100 2.25 Kind 871 2.50 1 810 2.25 COWS AND BEITEBS. 20 919 $3.f0 1 1,410 335 1 650 3.25 14 677 3.05 1 1.280 aoo 1 860 2.25 2 8...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 March 1896

March 4, THESE ARE THE TSilES That Try Men's Souls, And that's the reason T7e want our readers to take advan tage of the following Err o 1111111 ADVOOAT2. hi n i u mi ii 1 i SI IWLMtpa MIX o fYou can take that soap if Oijm M right back and change j Zl it for Cblretto Soap. !5 l would not use any ether kind." l Every woman who has fj ever urd !J u y is sm i f j L.itbvdtho.ton. Soldcvcxyre. Mhcnl7t il ;j TJi3 IL II. Folrfcank Company, St. Louis. J ri-en writing advertlMra meatlca Advocate Populist National Convention. Ths members of the People's party an 3 all others who favor ita principles r.ra invited to assemble in their various States and Territories and choose dele gates and alternates under the methods sad upon the basis of apportionment as hereinafter prescribed, to assemble in rational convention at St. Louis, Mo., ci July 22, A. D.18D8, for the purpose cf adopting a platform and nomination of candidates for President and Vice Presi dent of the United States and transact is s...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 March 1896

1?2223 ABVOOAT2, 15 T ;N . n IfiJiliKl A?;- " . . ' :n v -cT , rL , ' , ' , . j Mi , JiiL, " r .v-'" ' , . tM-i ; ' ii . ' ! i '. -V. Tjk v. ' - iyyu 'ilff-zi.v; vVv-;-":::':-: ;;:-v;''::''.' ;;v'-:r ':V::;.:':-;; -:y,:-; yri'.X:'-':'-: yvw;.:''''"''.''-.' .; 4" ..'!...:: . " " 'V:.-:;::.;-v'. -.-.i .;( f-, ' - :v-':-j;.-. :.;. ; :..v r v;. -.-Vr-v ' ' tjj'v :'-v;.:::'.:-v.'r;;h..':0:-:.''' 'v.:.-:v,;;: iw-,-:;;;v'Ar vy .o:Q;v rf'K ' Vv ' ' - "''''' " r ' " "' '". ' " ' r :. ' y ' .. . : '.' '. ' ''"V"' T'i v't'V"" . ' ' " '''. ' "' ' ; ' ' ; ' '." i - " '. The Champion Sweepstakes Sow, Faultless Queen Corwin, To be sold at the dtepersal sale of Sunny Slope Farm, Emporia, Kas., March 17 and 18, 1891. POTTS T. S. BROWN, rj& 835 Sheidle? Building, EBsaa City, Mo. Patent Office and Machine Drawings. Fifteen Year Experience. Steel Towera and Feed Ortn- Pf f dera and are -"w I . """Celling them'" V- ."""coper thanf V 1 A the cheapeati S i "lOnr produo-V V . jtlona are f .... standard...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 4 March 1896

THE ADVOCATE. CLCYE2S, TIMOTHY, BILLET lyiffiE! SEEDS. CZ Trumbull Seed Co., lis Ob l?U!bjFJ I4CS'2 Uaha Artaue, KANSAS CITY, TJIO. HILLET CANE CLOVERS TIMOTHY CKAS3 8ED3. ii a Had Ob JAfW i vf Kansas City, Ho. FlOWKB BKDS, catalogue: 1m free. d UJo wSl:5sS(a5fi. onwwwi THE !l!FR3VEDttJj INCUDATOR JOKUS swot Hatch Chlctens by Stum. Absolutely aelf.reaTalatlna'. The aim pi wit, most reliable. and cheapest flrtUclaas Hatebfi In the market. Circular fr. CZO. UaT&h & CO., (ialacr. IIJU fx I II 1 VAX WELL F.lAClllfJERY DESPORSnALLOWWELJJS. C Steam or Hone Power. A Beat In market. Send for X. I circular. t(. , -I:' 3 Rust Artesian Well Co. J&l&azi!1 ithava, n. r. V NEW Sasa; GUDCOIL PLOW Hraotnb.v. V.. oil. Itcaa 7 be run 1 feet deep which lets in all the rata, storing It up for all crop, which Insure again at drouth and standing water on tha cts Por further particulars address, T 'y- : "f Baat in lb world, hot watT, pipe amtmn., Will I hatith rhirk. hi othrra fall Catalni...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 March 1896

YOL. VIIL, NO. 11. TOPEKA, KANSAS, MARCH 11, 1896. $1.00 A YEAR. ANTHONY ROASTED. A Large Non-Partisan Body of Representa tive Citizens Demand His Bemoval. The grand lodge of the Ancient Order of United Workmen met at Leaveneworth February 20. This organization haa over 25,000 members in Kansas, and is a fraternal life insurance association which has saved the families of many deceased members from want by its system of insurance, which is given the members at actual ccst. Thousands of men whose incomes are insufficient to enable them to take old-line insurance find in this and kindred organizations an opportunity to protect their loved ones from want when the husband and father is taken away. These men, banded together for such a purpose, have only in view the perpetuity and advancement of their noble and benef icent work and are not swayed by political or other prejudices in protect ing their interests. When, therefore, they by an almost unanimous vote passed- - the following reso...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 March 1896

2 A23VOO AT 23 March 11, IS A NEW CONSTITUTE NECES3A11Y? An Abla Lawyer gab'siti an AI3matlv9 Ylw on tlia QtEitlon. BY JOHN MADDEN. England, the most powerful monarch of the world, has no written constitution. Principles sanctioned by custom and long usage ere the timbers of this tre mendous instrument known aa the English constitution. Political and in dustrial development give birth to new questions, the expansion of which are new principles vital to the national eafsty, and absolutely necessary for the prosperity of the people. Common assent to thane new principles becomes preva lent in time. They slowly but surely become a part of the customs of the .country, and then like stately sentinels move into the realm of the constitution, and there remain as a part of the organic law of the land. Thus England's great charter is a growth, the force of which can be traced to the customs and usages of the common mass, growing and ex panding as a part of the national life of the people, fit...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 March 1896

1 in ii w iiiaiiiiiwnifiiiOTTirrrmMHinTTTinrirBiririiimr HOW TO HAVE A HAPPY COUNTRY The Rising gun Is the Eizhts of the Peo ple, the Setting San la Corpo rate Monopoly. Men who make a business of wreck ing banks are the fellows who Insist that the present financial system is the best the world ever saw. It is for them. The love of human liberty, if left to itself, is harmless; but, If confined, it becomes an explosive that is danger ous. Plutocracy should get off the safety valve. The minds of the great plain people keep pretty close to the primary stand ard of right. When the minds of the leaders, through lust of power or of gold, get too far away from that stand ard, then it is that the masses assert themselves and place new men at the front. The average man kicks about mo nopoly and hard times for three hun dred and sixty-four days in a year and on the three hundred and sixty-fifth day goes to the polls and puts in hia ballot in favor of both of them. Men who have brains to thin...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 March 1896

la L MAJtca 11) dX- - -7?- MMMcagRr'i'yy PUBLISHED KTIKT WIDNBBDaY BT THE ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO., TOPEXA, KANSAS. 0100 A YEAK. Advmtisino Batis Single Insertion : Dis play. 15 cents per agate Una (14 line to inch); reading notices. 80 cent per line (count lines). Llberaldlscoont for long time and large space orders. Entered at the Postofflce at Tepexa, Kansas as second-class matter. NATIONAL BXFOBX PRESS ASSOCIATION. "I have nothing to say" la the way McKlnley expresses his views on the money question. Populists who think that results come too slowly should remember that the darkest hour is just before the dawu. A politician who pretends to be for silver, but is not particular about the ratio, is very little better than an open advocate of the gold standard. Tim is a year when the surplus of Easter eggs need not be wasted. They can be used to answer Populist argu ment at political meetings, as they were in 1804. There is a lamentable undercon sumption of reform literature. Every vo...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 March 1896

THIS JlD'VCXDJbSD'Bl. 5 MALICIOUS ATTACK ON SENATOR FEFFER On the 14th day of February last, a Washington letter appeared la the Journal of New York city, which was one of a aeries. This particular letter was headed "Thumbnail Sketch No. 8. Populist Feffer." The Journal is owned and edited by a son of the late Senator Hearst of California, whose burial expenses cost the people of the United States some thing over $21,000, as appears from the record published in Senator Peffer's speech on Congressional f uner als delivered some time ago. Whether the editor of the Journal was moved by Mr. Peffer's speech to try and "get even" with him, of course we know not. But certain it is, this "Thumbnail Sketch No. 8" is a most shameless, malicious and false publi cation. Its vicious mendacity is so flagrant, that the plutocratic press is printing it as a precious morsel and distributing it all over the country. Mr. Peffer has written to Editor Hearrt and requested the publication of thf 8 letter...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 March 1896

c THE DVOO-A-TES. March 11, WHO PAYS THE TAXES V AND Wno OUGHT TO FAY TnEM. BY W. II. T. WAKEFIELD NO. V. We have triad to make clear the fact that what Senator Ingalls, in his ad drees at Abilene In 1886, called "Our wonderful system of grand and petit larceny in raising national, State and local taxes," falls with crushing weight upon the laborers and producers tha classes least responsible for them, and which derive no benefit from them, to the exemption of the classes most responsible for them and which derive all the benefit from them. This ex plains why politicians extol indirect systems of taxation as the best, for they are tax-eaters and not tax-payers, and it is to their interest that taxes shall be high and be levied in so indi rect a manner that the real taxpayer shall not know that his hard times are caused by his heavy taxes. Farmers pay their school and road district taxe directly and try to' keep them lower than they really ought to be, but they pay their army and nav...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 March 1896

1800. THE j&.D"VOOi!TE 7 Poison at the Fount! Editor Advocate: If there ia one place that should be sacred to right and truth, one place where fairness should prevail and every theory should be al lowed to take its chances with every other theory, one place where reason and not dogma or ipse dixit should reign supreme that place is the public school room. But the plutocrats have no intention of allowing the pupils of our schools to grow up unbiased, nor do they propose to permit the impartial statement of bothsldeB of living questions. Every teacher who can teach history known that nearly all of the school text-books on that subject are either entirely si lent on finance or contain garbled versions which present the gold stan dard side only. But the gold men have grown more bold lately. In the educational jour nals of the land, the plutocrats are put ting forth their views with the evident design of prejudicing teachers, and, through them, pupils in favor of the usurers. In the ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 March 1896

0 THE ADVOOATB. March 11, About Kansas. Joint is a town in Morris county. Ol&tha is to have another creamery. The Atwood Patriot want a wolf hide on subscription. A farmers' institute has been organ ized in Smith county. Great Band is hustling for the State irrigation convention. Speaker Lobdell is president of a 9100,000 cattle company. The Capital calls the editor of the Topeka Journal an anarchist. Crawford county Republicans failed to indorse Morrill's administration. J. E. Dodge, a lawyer of Oakley, was accidentally shot and killed Friday. The State House elevator has been accepted by the Executive Council. The Burlingame Debtor and Work ingman has changed to the Fulcrum. Topeka Journal (Rep.): "Col. Rich ard Whiting Blue is a voluminous gas bag." The County Attorney of Neosho county closed the Chanuto joints last An elevator containing 40,000 bushels of grain burned at Winfleld Febru ary 29. New irrigation plants are being established in western Kansas at a rapid rate. Rep...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 March 1896

1S0G. 0 THE ADVOCATE. His resignation was not accepted. He then conspired with himself to set fired, but his schemes didn't work. Then he failed to make his report and wrote the Postmaster General advis ing him to engage quarters in the in fernal regions. Then he was noticed. He was arrested charged with sending obscene matter through the mail and was fined $5. The Populists of Jewell county have decided to present the name of W. E. Bush, of the Mankato Advocate, for Secretary of State. The Populists of the Sixth usual! 7 agree on some good man for some place on the State ticket and always succeed. If Mr. Bush is fortunate enough to be' that man, the convention will reward a worker who has been in season and out, leaving nothing undone that might contribute to the success of reform principles. He would be an honor and credit to the ticket. John J. Ingalls in Kansas City Times interview March 5: "I am not a free coinage man. Some limitation must, of course, be placed on the coinage, ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 March 1896

THE ADVOCATE. aubchii, 10 HOME READING QUITE A SrJCLL. Tfeor is a farmer who In Y V Eomigh to UVe his EE, An ii tody battue with hi II, Ami think of what hs CC. IT a hears thecbatUr of the J J Ai they each other TT, A nd aea that when a tree DKK 1 1 makes a home f or B B. A yoke of oxen he will UU, With, many hawi and GG, And their mistakes he will X QQ When plowlnz for his PP. Ke little buys, bat much he sells, And thereore little 00 : And when he hoes his soil by spells, He also soils his hose. An Old Prediction. Over forty years ago an old German hermit published in a Bavarian paper a ourious prophecy. In it he foretold the Acitro-Rusaiaa and Franco-Russian wars, the death of Pope Pius and the Turko-Rusoian debate at arma He said that Germany would have three Em I'Ztom in one year before the end of the ciatury, and indicated the death of two United States Presidents by assassina tion. All these things have come to pus. In the same article he said that tfhen the twentieth century ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 March 1896

1800. THIS DVOO-A-TIS.. 11 How Kansas Began to Irrigate. In Ftoney county, near the western border of Kansas, thousand of acres were planted to wheat, and it seemed the sanest of projects to build a grist mill to grind tha crop. This was un dertaken near the Arkansas riyer by enterprising merchants in the neigh borhood of Garden City, but the new institution began and ended with a mill-race. Before the building and machinery were required the wheat crop had surrendered to the dry air and hot winds. The semi-arid character of the great plains west of the 100th me ridian, long known to stockmen and Indians, but denied by greedy land agents and discredited by eager and hopeful settlers, had again asserted itself with unmistakable emphasis. Not an acre of the crop was harvested. The prairie schooners set sail and steered for other parts. Towns dwin died to mere hamlets. All the nebulous-industrial, educational and rail road projects suddenly descended from the sublime to the ridiculous....

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 March 1896

12 THE ADVOCATE. Makcu 11, KANSAS CITY STOCK YARD NOTES The following livestock commission firms ars doing business at the stock yards: . W. 6. Tough & Son, Managers horse and nule market. "Fletcher & Patterson. Larimer Bridgeford Commission Com pany. Een L. Welch & Co. Lone Star Commission Company. Salisbury, Way & Stewart. Iiobert White & Co. Irwin Bros. & Co. Charles Dixon Commission Company. J Olander & Isaacson. Hale & Mcintosh. . - Rogers Commission Company. Knollen & Booth. M. S. Peters & Co. Uoffett Bros. & Andrews. G. I. Gann Is enjoying a good trade. Tha Advocate can assist you, Mr. G., In bavins; a better one. Receipts: Thursday, 3,447 cattle, 7,450 hogs, 1,111 sheep; Friday, 5,138 cattle, 10,114 hogs, 2,315 sheep; Satur day, 532 cattle, 3,903 hogs, 8,945 sheep. W. A. Wheat, of Admire, Kas., had in on Thursday sixteen head of export steers averaging 1,583 pounds, which he sold through Ben L. Welch & Co. for 84.05, Take the o...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 March 1896

TI-IH3 AD700ATB. .13 MARKET REPORTS. Kaunas City Litre stock. Rl9AS Cut, March 9. -Cattle Receipts, Mnce Saturday, 4,388; calves, 65; shipped Sat urday, 1,890 cattle: no calves. The market was steady to lOo lower on the native side and on the Texas side 10 to 15c lower. The following are representative sales: SHIPPING AND DHISSED BEEF STEERS. No. Ave. Price. 33 1,021 ft 15 18 1.002 405 19 1.528 a90 17 1,285 8.80 33 1.2M 180 15...; 1.238 175 8 1,180 7 Hul 1,117 130 No. Ave. Prlct. 30 1.R80 14.00 43. 14 3 14 15 2 1 1,33 .1.400 .1.113 .1.025 1.531 .. 910 .1,110 4.00 3.85 180 180 175 130 135 TEXAS AND INDIAN STEERS. 12 1,140 $150 1 880 185 41 1,010 3.15 1 940 1 00 83 1,227 1130 87 I. cf.... 1,095 3.25 23Ind 9I 3.15 42Ind 1.003 1 00 SOUTHWESTERN STEERS. 40stk 479 12.85 I 40 fdr 980 $125 18 880 1 20 I 1 1,20 120 TEXAS AND INDIAN COWS. 1 1,5?0il25 I 1. fl 801 8.63 1. 2 97i 2.25 i Ind 775 2.00 COWS AND HEIFERS. .1,050 125 . m 2.50 .1,03 2.25 1 1.250 1165 8t0 .1.0i)7 . 980 . 800 .1,110 .1.08...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 March 1896

'22213 ADVOOAT HakcS li, aswac:wrtiigiiwwwititfciflu KINDNES3 TO COWS. i'lj-al Ik euaetua la th Dairy I Almast Impossible. .Tfcs km domestication of the cow sr, 5 t&a largo demand made upon her li73 in some caas directed almost hex .'.i!re vitality into the production of xJ3c If for her progeny. Cow se etpeeially for the dairy are of M.U kind, and they must hare cul tinted alocar with this unselfish giv i rj of themselves for others a habit of kSadness amounting almost to love for tbcitt for whom they live. This would li directly expressed to their own off cprinj and would be reciprocated were not the kindness of the cow by artificial mans directed into the channel of sup porting; the human milker, instead of her own progeny; hence, the best dairy cows are of a kindly disposition and ex pc3 j their kindness in their constant effort to supply the demand made upon JfcfcsEaa. This naturally expecto and de f ;arves recipocation on the part of those vta? are benefited by her unselfis...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 March 1896

T22 23 .. ADTO O AT : IS i FARM SMOKEHOUSE. It Gives Direct Action era the Heat or Flab VTlthlalt. TLo ilhatratlon. Fig, 1, shows a sfcapb 2cm of smokehouse, arranged so 84 to give direct action of smoke upon the meat or fish within, and. yet free from the annoyance that comes from entering1 a smokefilled room to replen ish the fire. The house is square and of a size dependent upon the amount of material one may hare yearly to cure by smoke. Ten feet square will be amply large for ordinary use. Thera ii an I 'MA- : yr;"f i'.nwi'ii.vvty v-v FIG. 1. GOOD FARM SMOKEHOUSE. entrance door on one side, and a small window near the top that can be opened from the outside to quickly free the in side from smoke. At the bottom of one side is a small door, from which extends a small track to the center of the room, in which slides a square piece of plank, moved by an iron rod with a hook -n one end. On this plank is placed an old iron kettle, with four or five inches of earth in the bottom. On t...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 11 March 1896

THE ADVOCATE. Trenail Ss3d Co., 1428 8tLoillT.t Kansas City, Mo. MILLET GAMS CLOVERS TIMOTHY CRAS3 CSSDS. fZZx r3 rza 3iCTflR 11X1)8, CATALOGUE lft FEES. KAN 3 A3 CITY, MO. liter's S .A Meehanleally conntructed and simple. Awarded World'i Fair Dl ploma and Medal. n Galvanized Steel ; Tanks, Regulators and Grind er. IE. B. WIAOXH, Hi Kenwood Terrace, Chicago. WELL MACHINERY DEEP OR SUALLO W WELLS. Steam or Honai Power. Beat In market Send for Circular. ft 7 trial. shout (A: vtv- i m..i tin J 111.. Steel Towers and Feed Grin ders and are " selling them A cheper thanf the cheapest! , Our produc-V .V tlnni in V Jr , .Standards; ' JV eltwis in every respect and are sold on v- and ns a postal card and we will tell you all them. Ccski Wimdmill Co. jats wanted.) ' Manhattan, Eaa. The best on Earth. Hornehlgh, U..U ..rnn IHir anil f hlfklm tight. You can make from 40 1 to ou roai per uj mr nuiu 4 to 22c. o Rod. IlluAtrtr Catelotrne Free. HITfilLlliN MD HldfteviiTe, Indiana. Ruiiely Traction ...

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