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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 26 October 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , OCTOBER 26 , 1906 TIME TABLE Falls City. Neb. Lincoln Denver Oinnlm Helena Chicago Uuttc St. Joseph Salt Lake City Kansas City I'orllnml St. Louis mul nil San Francisco points enst mul anil nil points south. west. TWAINS I.ltAVK AS I'OU.OWS ! Ko. 42. Portland St. Louis Special , St. Joseph , Kansas City. St. Louis ami all points cast and south . 7:17 : p in No. 13. Vestlhulcd express , dally , Denver and all points \\cst and northwest . 1:33 : am No . ! . VesUhnled Kxprcss dally , St. Joseph , Kansas , City St. Louts and points Mast and South. . . . 11:17 : a in 14. Vestihulcd express , dally , St. Joe , Kansas - sas City , St. Louis and all points cast and south . 7:47 : a in N'o. 17. Local express daily except Sunday , Con- cordta , and points north and west. . . . 12.10pm Xo. IS. Vestlhulcd express , daily , Denver , and all points west and northwest . 1:23 : p in No. 43. Vestihuled ICxpress daily , Lincoln and the Northwest . . . . 1 :44 : p m 1...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 26 October 1906

THE FALLS CITV TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , OCTOBER 26 , 1906. Mr. Pollard's Salary. The democratic nominee for congress in this district has seen lit to publish an open letter in several papers in which he makes several important announcements - nouncements , if true. He takes the Hon. E. M. Pollard - lard to task for .having drawn the salary appropriated and set apart by congress under provi sions of law for the representa tive in congress in this district and makes the statement that lie would not have drawn the salary , notwithstanding the fact he is now engaged in a desper ate attempt to get votes enough that he may have the opportunity - nity and privilege of doing so. hie says the United States statute which controls this matter is clear and unambiguous - ousaud'it is thought to be so. Section 51 of the revised stat. utes provides as follows : ' Whenever a vacancy occurs in either house of congress , by death or otherwise , of any mem ber or delegate elected or ap pointed thereto , alt...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 26 October 1906

8 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , OCTOBER 26 , 1906. $40,000 Private Money to loan , Annual Interest = Henry C. Smith . est , Optional payments , Choice farms in this and adjoining counties , cheap homes in the LANDS & LOANS West and South. Exchanges made. VERDON. Miss Dorr wus a county seat visitor Saturday. The stock sail ; tliat was hahl hero was well attended. Dr. Houston of Falls City was a busi ness visitor hero Friday. Born To Chris .lorn and wife on Saturday , a baby girl. Joe Cully and wlfo of Maple Grove were In town lust Thursday. Mrs. C. W. Ocainb of Rule Is visit ing her son , Charles , this week. Will Kates of Huinboldt was in town n short tlmu Friday on business. Mrs , Wolfe und Cora Swiscgooil were Stella visitors last Saturday. Mary llanley catnii down from Peru Thursday , remaining until Sunday. Milt Strauss and wife wont to Fair- bury Friday on a visit to relatives. W. II , Mark Is erecting a new house t > n his lots In the north part of town. O. K. Stout...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 2 November 1906

ALLS CITY TRIBUNE. T ! Vol. Ill FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 2 , 1906. Whole No. 147 J Ice Plant Moved. The ice plant is being dis mantled this week , as the own ers , The Larlciu Manufacturing Co. , of Omaha , are preparing to take the same to Omaha. It- was thought at one time that this institution would be one of value to this city but the exper iment was not very successful as the plant only ran one sea son. The ice it turned out was of excellent quality but the ex pense entailed by its production more than ate up the revenue it brought in. For several seasons the plant has been idle and this spring it was thought that another - other trial would be made but this plan never consummated in realization. We are sorry that it was not a success. Method In Their Madness. The Tribune has been criticis ing the judgment of McCray and Stalder for their foolish position concerning bridges. If rumors about the court house are correct , this criticism is hardly justified. Of cou...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 2 November 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 2 , 1906. WORK SHIRTS Something you are always in need of. Well made , full si/e , all colors , regu lar 500 values , each ' 15c UNDERWEAR Regular full lleeced Under wear a good warm gar ment for Men , sixes from 30 to 44 , per garment 45c A SQUARE DEAL ! Is the popular cry today in civil life , in political life and in business life. Men are in fluenced by this principle because it appeals to their honor and integrity and inspires them to noble and greater things , thus placing achievement on a higher plane and in a purer atmosphere. This is no less true in the commercial world than elsewhere. The merchant whose ideals are high , whose ambition is to reach the top , realizes that he must give his customers the best possible value for their money and misrepresent noth ing. If we stand for anything it is business integrity and "A SQUARE DEAL" both to you and to ourselves and our aim shall ever be to give all we can and the best we can for th...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 2 November 1906

THE FALLS CHY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 2 , 1906 EVERYTHING UP-TO-DATE This is our motto not only in style , but in material and workmanship as well. When you wear a suitor overcoat made at Wilson's you may be assured that none are better dressed than you. ALWAYS BEAR IN MIND THAT A Tailor made suit will wear as long as two Hand-me-Downs and they always hold their shape and look dressy. The result is that it pays to dress well and look neat at all times. Call and examine our extensive line of patterns and get our prices , we are sat isfied you will look no farther. WILSON THE TAILOR. -fK : : * 3KK- # > K- Have ou tried the I . . 4flB > D "n a Vet V * * * r fn. Stt a * f * * I P" " H" CTY ! SV1EAT MARKET I Under new management. We will carry at all times a full stock of the best of everything in our line. High Standard Quality is our Motto. Our methods are bound to please vou. 'Phone Yours' for Business , A. E. SCHMIDT. 13 b The Falls City Roller Mills o I Cj o Cjb o 3 o ' Do...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 2 November 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 2 , 1906 IK1 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Knteml as second-class matter a * F.ills City , Nebraska , post ollkc , Janu ary 12 , VJ04 , under Hie Act of Congress -f March 3 , 1871. Published every Kridaj at Tails City , Nebraska , by rSc Tribune I'nbllsliinti Company E. F , Slmrls , M naXer One > ear fl.OO Six ninnths .60 Three months .35 TELEPHONE 226. PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AA1ENDA1ENT I he follnwliifi proposed iiinciiilincnl to the toiiMlliillon n ( Ilic Mote of Ntt > rml < n , ns ticrclnoflcr forth In full , ' Mib- milled In the electors of Ilic .Stole of Nc. brnsltii , lo he volcd upon nl the ficncnil cltcllon lobe hclil ' 1 iicstlov , November , A. D. . ] ll II ) N\CrKI > M Till. 1.1 ( ilSI.VTt Ml ill Till STTI' ' ) ! ' Nl'IIK \ " K V 1. That at the utiivr.il eli-fllon fur LculfttatlMolliootx li > ! Iii'lil nil tin- Tm' ila > , iicef < Mlna tinllntt Minul.iIn N'mi'mtn-r , I'HWi , the ( nlloulnir punUloci IK- uropoMil an...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 2 November 1906

THE FALLS CIIY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 2 , 1906 $40,000 Private Money to loan , Annual lnter = Henry C. Smith . est , Optional payments , Choice farms in this and adjoining counties , cheap homes in the LANDS & LOANS West and South. Exchanges made. I LOCAL LORE. I Eat Sowles' candy. ,1 Rye for * ale at Heck's feed store. Corn huskers wanted at the Margrave ranch. 4f3t. . 13. F. Sharts spent Sunday in Kansas City. Engineer Munn was here in a business way Monday. Mrs. V. 1C. Emerson of Dawson * 1 is the guest of Win. Cade. f Sec those work mares and horses at the Margrave ranch. Mrs. Henry Ruegge is suffer ing from an attack of the grip. Clyde Lum was down from Verdon on Friday of last week. Robert Travers of Hiawatha spent Friday evening in this city. R. E. Grinstead was among the Salem visitors here Tuesday. LeeRoy Swisegood of Verdon spent Saturdav here in a business * N. B. Jucld of Dawson spent Saturday with numerous friends here. F. Blakeney and Dave Delph were down from...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 2 November 1906

I THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 2 , 1906 TIME TABLE Pnlls City. Neb. Lincoln Denver Oinnlin Helena Chicago Untie St. Joseph Snlt Lake City Knnsns City Portland St. Louts nnd all San Prnnclseo point. : cast nml nml all point : south. \vcst. TKA1NS I.UAVIt AS 1'OU.OWS : No. 42. Portland St. Louis Special , St. Joseph , Kansas City , St. Louis anil all points east anil south 7:17 : p n Xo. 13. Vestlnulcil express , daily , let\ver and all points west and northwest 1:33 : an Xo. 44. Vestihulcd Kxprcss dally , St. Joseph , Kansas , City St. Louis and points Ksist and South. . . . 11:17 : an Xo. 14. Vcstlbuled express , daily , St. Joe , Kan sas City , St. Louis and all points cast and south 7:17 : a n : Xo. 17. Local express daily except Sunday , Con- cordia , anil points north and west. . . . 12.10 pin Xo. IS. Vestihitlcd express , daily , Denver , and all points \vcst and northwest . . * . . . . 1:23 : p in Xo. 43. Vcstilniled Express daily , Lincoln and the' Northwest. . ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 2 November 1906

r THE FALLS CITi' TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 2 , 1906. The Reason Why-Railroads As sessments-Fees Paid State Treasurer. i In 1900 the fusionists at the state house assessed the Nebraska railroads and Pullman Car com pany at $26,442,249. The republicans coming into power in 1901 , raised this fusion assessment $115,000 , In 1902 the republican board made another raise of $217,000. In 1903 the republicans raised the assessment $510,000 more. In 1904 they raised it $18,893,000 more. In 1905 they raised it $1,212,000 more. In 1906 they raised it $421,000 , making a total raise in the rail road assessment for the six years of 80 per cent more than the fusion assessment of 1900. The fusionists in four years raised the assessment of these corporations $964,000 , while the republicans raised the assessment in six years $21.368,701. The Union Pacific and Bur lington refused to pay under the 1904 assessment , claiming it was too high , but instead of receding the republican board advanced th...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 2 November 1906

8 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 2 , 1906. I MID-AUTUMN SALE J * . E E R 3 v FORD FALLS CITY Owing to the great pressure of our early trade , we were unable to prepare for our usual early annual Fall Sale. We now propose to signalize early November by giving all our patrons an opportunity to supply their needs at a substantial saving. While we do not make reductions on all stocks , we do make decided and helpful cuts on items in every line , affording an opportunity to supply most wants at less than regular , legitimate prices. While this is a very busy time with almost everybody in the country , you can well afford to lay off a day , come to Falls City and make your Fall purchase during this sale. The special prices are for the days , viz : November 3rd to i7th , and those only. We offer larger assortments , better qualities , at lower cost than smaller stores , in smaller towns. DRESS GOODS REMNANTS In our central ink' IH . table loaded with a ureat assortment of kinds...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 9 November 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE. Vol. Ill FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 9 , 1906. Whole No. 148 Death Record. As we go to press we learn of the death of Mrs. W. P. Meyers at her home in the northern part of town. She has only been ill a brief time and her sudden death is a great shock to the community. The obit uary will appear in our next issue. As all of the children have not yet arrived , arrange , ments for the funeral services have not been made. Miss KHzabert Herbert , assist ant postmaster at Hiawatha and a sister of Ewing Herbert , died Sunday after a brief illness , She was a woman of rare mental gifts , a leader among club women1 and in all works of public im- provzment. She anticipated death and prepared a letter stat ing that she considered death the greatest event in the history of humanity and asked that there be no black worn , no mourningonly flowers and brightness and light. At Tbe Gehling. A 'good si/.ed house greetet the play Over Niagara Falls it ! the Gehling...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 9 November 1906

1 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 9 , 1906. HEAR FOR THEIR TREASURE 31ou- the Millions in Qoltl Stored in English Hanks Arc Qimrdcd. Onic-iiils of ( lit- Hunk of Knglaml arc suid ( o bi1 worried for the 'safety ' of Hit' hoards of wealth stored in their strong boxes. The Haiik station of Hie new under ground railway in London is close to ( oh vaults of the world's great- < ' 8t institution of ilnnnce. At u recent meeting of the bank direc tors it was suggested that some brave but wicked person might net off a quantity of explosive in the bank station , wrecking the foundations of the stately build ings above and sending ( lit1 bars of bullion and streams of gold leaking on I to the station plat form. The feasibility of thi * tiolieine has been conceded b.v'lli" bank governor. It is llguied , however , that the "lube , " MH Mi-1 underground railway is culled , is : i little too deep at this point. To reach the bullion vaults of the bank the conspirators would IIJIM to d...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 9 November 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 9 , 1906 EVERYTHING UP-TO-DATE This is our motto not only in style , but in material and workmanship as well. When you wear a suit or overcoat made at Wilson's you may be assured that none are better dressed than you. ALWAYS BEAR IN MIND THAT A Tailor made suit will wear as long as two Hand-me-Downs and they always hold their shape and look dressy. The result is that it pays to dress well and look neat at all times. Call and examine our extensive line of patterns and get our prices , we are sat isfied you will look no farther. WILSON THE TAILOR. V f LOOK ! LOOK ! Have you tried the * * * CITY MEAT MARKET -t Under new management. We will carry at all times a full stock of the best of everything iff in our line. High Standard Quality is our if Motto. Our methods are bound to please if you. 'Phone 3. Yours for Business , if A. E. SCHMIDT. if * aT ' " The Falls City Roller Mills "J "Jl 'Aa Does a general milling' business , and manufactures the...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 9 November 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 9 , 1906 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Kntcrcit as sccomKclass matter at Vails City , Nebraska , post oflicc , Janu ary 12 , VW4 , under the Act of Congress o'March 3 , 187 < > . PnMHied every Kridtiy at Kails CHy , Xobrnskn , by The Tribune Piilillshmi ! Compivny p E. F. Slmrts , Man jer | l i . . Ohc year. . - Six months - Ttucc months - TELEPHONE 226. Bryan From a Republican Stand point. William .1. Bryan has beer the guest of Kails Oily inanj times , but never has he bc < M received more gladly than lu was last Saturday. Hryan is remarkable man , of that then can be no question. His per. sonahty is such that he draw ? men to him and holds then with a tenacity that proves tin days of hero worship still abide with us. The most superficial review of his life proves by tlu results shown that here is ; i remarkable man. To h a v c amassed a fortune in politics without committing grand lar ceny is no small accomplish' meat , but this is the...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 9 November 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 9 , 1906 LOCAL LORE. Eat Sowles' candy. Corn huskcrs wanted at the Margrave Ranch. Ernest Clift came down from Hnmboldt Monday. Mrs. Will Crouch was here from Verdon Saturday. Joseph Miles returned Friday from Los Angeles , Cal. Mrs. Ed Koso came up from Reserve the last of the week. Sweet cider by the barrel , keg or gallon at Heck's feed store. James Neeld was one of the Dawson people here Saturday. Peter Bacakos made a business trip to St. Joseph last Friday , Levi Chancy , one of Stella's prominent citizens , spent Friday here. . J. R. Cain was down from Stella Tuesday , in order to cast his vote. Lucretia and Nancy Hart were here , from Reserve Saturday afternoon. Gill Thomas and wife , of St. Joseph were visitors in this city last Friday. Roy Sweetland of Hiawatha was the guest of friends in this city Saturday. L. H. Morehcad came down from Barada the latter part of the past week. John Ahern , was among the Shubert people thft visited...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 9 November 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 9 , 1906 TIME TABLE I'nlls City. Neb. Lincoln Denver Omnhn Helena Cnlcngo lUittc St. JoM'ph Salt Lake City Kansas City Portland St. Louis anil all San Francisco points ca&t and and all points south. west. TKA1NS I.HAVIt AH I'OI.I.OU'S ! Xo. 42. Portland St. Louis Special , St. Joseph , Kansas City , St. Louis and nil points east and south 7:17 : p in Xo. 13. VcstUnilcd express , daily , Hcnvcr and all poltitn \\cst and northwest 1:33 : a in No. 44. Vcstilmled Express daily , St. Joseph , Kansas , City St. Louis and points Hast and South. . . . 11:17 a in No. 14. Vestlbulcd express , , daily , Si. Joe , Kan sas City , St. Louis and all points cast and south 7:47 : a m No. 17. Local express daily except Sunday , Con- coidia , and points north and \\cst. . . . 12.10 pin Xo. IS. Vestibuled express , daily , Denver , and all points west and northwest 1:23 : p in } \o. 13. Vestiliuled Kxpiess daily , Lincoln and the Northwest. . . . 1:44 : p ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 9 November 1906

THE FALLS CIT * TRIBUNE , FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 9. 1906. NOTES ON THE FASHIONS , Linen Parasols Qo with Plainer ShirtWaist - Waist Suits nnd Lingerie Styles Harmonize. Tlie most fascinating hnts and para sols Imvo como out , seemingly planned and made to go together , yet In reali ty happening upon that effect In nlno cases out of ten. Lingerie styles are responsible for much of It the whole wide range of lingerie Ideas echoed and reechoed In the parasols ; In fainter , though no less exquisite , tone In hats. Some one has glibly prophesied the passing of the Huffy parasol , claiming that in- Ktr.iil will be carried the plainer types. Yet lingerie dresses grow more pop ular all the while , ami ruffles are- piled upon ruflles , sGemlngly without und. That prophecy Is bound to bo wrong , for , so long as the summer girl holds court dressed In the sheer- st , softest of gowns , which billows nnil froths about her , just so long will she , In spite of fashion's dictums , twirl , In Heu of a ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 9 November 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 9 , 1906. r , B- $40,000 Private Money to loan , Annual Interest Hen Smith est , Optional payments , Choice farms in this and adjoining counties , cheap homes in the LANDS & LOANS West and South. Exchanges made. Morning , Nov Come in and let us ( junto you prices on ANYTHING IN FOOT WEAR. This sale is to be a sensation and you will lose money if you don't come here for Foot Wear during the sale. Everything , Work and Dress Shoes , High Tops , Hosiery , Overshoes , Rubber Boots , Leggins. Come and see. Falls City , Nebraska- RULO ! Mrs. Mimii la visiting liur son I lurry at this place Mrs. Huyer , sister anil Httlo son wore Rule visitors Sunilny tliu quests of Hurry Mini n mill wlfo. The election passed oil quickly Tues day , Hulo township went republican. P. E. Kulp of Wyinoro was in Hulo Tuesday. Mr. Ennls and family of Alclil- eon were thu guests of I)1 E. Plum anil wlfo last week. W.A.Jones of I'Yldora , Kansas , was Blinking hands w...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 16 November 1906

THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE. Vol. Ill FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , NOVIHflBER 16 , 1906. Whole No. 149 At The Library. The library board expects to install a number of new books in the near future and the list being selected with care , the best of works being considered. This institution is one that Falls City people arc justly proud of and one that has been of great bene fit and pleasure to our people. Supervisors Meet , The board of supervisors will convene next Tuesday at the court house in order to finish H > the work of the year and . have everything' in readiness for the new board. This will be ' the last meeting of the old board and then their work will be done. The board has tran sacted much important business during their term of office. Catholic Fair. Under the auspices of the Liv ing Rosary society , at Rule , Ne braska , November 27th , 28th and 29th , 1906 inclusive. Tuesday night , Nov. , 27 dance , Wednes day night Nov. , 2Sth musicale and dance , Thursday night , ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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