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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 9 August 1901

-a rV m. f.::- •It:. Iowa State Bystander DKS MOINES, f- year-old baby :Skraut. Don't take the baby out in the heat "i of the day simply because you want to prelate a choice bit of gossip to Mrs. Longtongue. Don't take the little one to the matinee and let him melt away ounce toy ounce while he makes life miser able for those in the vicinity. Don't sandwich baby and baby car riage into a mob simply because you want to get a glimpse at a street par ade. Don't dress the little one as though lie were a member of a polar expedi tion. Here are a few things which you ought to do: Give the little one three or four kaths a day. Give him nothing stronger than milk (if he is under a year old). Take off nearly all his clothes, put him in the coolest place in the house, and watch him kick his heels in the air. Put his crib in the airiest part of the house and put him to sleep at 8 o'clock. Take him for his outing in the cool of the evening. Put his comfort first in all things that's what your m...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 9 August 1901

fe Cedar Rapids, Aug. 8—The Cummins forces were in complete control of the republican state convention mid nominated candidates of their choice. Before the convention convened lae lines had been drawn so clearly as to (ionionstrate to Mr. Ilerriott and his ^legates that their cause was hepe lessfa111' following- the loss of a large j,iiin'b«'i- of delegates who had declared their intention of voting: for Cumniiiis jklr. Harriott announced his with drawal. The biggest fight of the -convention was upon the report of the commit® tee on credentials, which recom mended that the full delegation from Polk county and the delegation frbm Carroll headed by B. I. Sallinger, and the delegation from Jackson headed by Frank If. Williams be seated. A minority report was similar to the majority report, except that it rec- mmended the seating of the Cum pins delegations from Carroll and acikson counties. The latter report «is finally adopted by a vote of 845 to 765, showing that the Cummins lor cess...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 9 August 1901

rwiiniimii"'7 .je I"1 0 K» 1 *W:5 [fof'.fr. IWy^v *:»&«*«?• 4: I: Iowa State Bystander* By BY8TANDBB PUB. CO BBS MOINES, w: f?f FORECAST OP FASHIONS. would possibly be with them in two hours. Mistress—Bridget I am tired of your carelessness. Only look at all that dust lying about on the furniture it is six months old at the very least. Maid (very dignified)—Then it is no fault of mine. You knows, very well, mum, that I have been with you only three months. estate upon the common counts for money lent or money had and received. Bona-flde residence of the plaintiff In a suit for divorce is held, in Bell vs. »Pell, U. S. Adv." Sheets 651, to be necessary to give jurisdiction of a suit for a divorce against a resident of an other state, and a recital of facts ne cessary to give jurisdiction is held not to be conclusive on the courts of an other state. Actual notice of proceedings for di vorce in a court of the state which "hag always been the domicile is held, In Atherton vs. Athert...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 9 August 1901

via Excursion Rates to the Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, *1. V. the North-Western Line, will bo placed in effect May 1st, and on Tues days especially low-rate tickets will he sold with favorable return limits. Di rect connection at Chicago, with fast trains of all lines to Buffalo. For fur ther particulars, apply to agents. An illustrated booklet will be .mailed on receipt of two cents postage by W. B. Kniskern, General Passenger and Tick et Agent, Chicago. 1 1 1 f. EVERYBODY KNOWSTHAT MUDDER'S LAUN DRY is the best in the city. Try tbcna and be decided. Maine Office 211-215 NINTH St Brano Office 604 MULBERRY St. PHONE 679. The World's Wonder Indian Pile Cure! Sure cure for piles. Others have been cured, why not you? I have had remarkable success in effecting pile cures. 1 guarantee from 1 to 3 boxes to cure any ease of piles. Read the following testimonial: I have had piles for fifteen years. I have used all kinds of salves and had two surgieal operations performed without any p...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 9 August 1901

WUh MillSTAKE lynchers Near Enterprise, Ala.. Take Black Man's Life. BOTH RACES IN THE MOB. &" PifllMki »n«l Whites Join In Execution of Culprit, Who I* Identified. the Assailant of a Woman and Gouf«Mei —Awful Death. Birmingham, Ala., Aug. 9.—Uttering .alternate curses and prayers and .'Obriekfng as the flames encircled his writhing body, John Pennington, a .•negro, died at the stake near Enter prise, a victim of the vengeance of a mob of 500 whites and blacks. Though the suffering wretch pleaded for mercy -and frantically endeavored to break the chains that tightly bound him, not M. trace of sympathy was shown on the faces that peered at him through the flames. Pennington had committed a brutal assault upon Mrs. J. C. Davis, the wife of one of the best known .farmers of Coffee County, and con fessed his guilt. The attack was made Tuesday when Mrs. Davis, who was •alone at home, was in her garden, leaving his victim unconscious, the negro fleji into the woods about the place. As...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 9 August 1901

3 1 '4 i~M^Vi'riV*y'ffiiiftjr^'t ?f^Ju&si' OINTMENT It Cures Through the Pores Address Sr. O.P»Brown,98 *S ^Y 1,11 CONGRESSMAN R. W. WILCOX, delegate to Congress from Hawaii. JtTI «1 TTTTTI Ii IV FIT II II I r»TTTT Hon. Robert W. Wilcox, Delegate to Congress from Hawaii and the Sand wich Islands, in a recent letter from Washington, D. C., writes: "I have used Peruna for dyspepsia and I cheerfully give you this testi monial. Am satisfied if it is used properly it will be of great benefit to our people. lean conscientiously rec ommend it to anyone who is suffering with stomach or catarrhal troubles." -k- Wilcox. All over this country are hundreds of If YOU cannot agree with an adver* sary'keep out of his way. AVOID FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS Use the genuine Russ Bleaching Blue and preserve your clothes. All grocers, 10c. Lots of busy people never seem to accomplish anything. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is a constitutional cure. Price, 75a. A man who is truly never boasts of it. OUCCIdl druggis...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 9 August 1901

Iowa /"V 'v£,:r 'fe-. •v BmaDu MB8 KOINKS, Mrs. Grace Allen, a talented young woman read an excellent paper on Broker T. Washington. Rev. Joseph Underwood, the "De mosthenes" of Fort Madison, deliv ered the address of the day. He spoke fluently for nearly an hour. He reviewed our history, told of our reverses and triumphs and spoke in flowery language of our intellectual strides and pictured a lovely future for our race. After the closing ad dress the crowd adjourned to all parts of the grounds to enjoy them selves. Mrs. McCracken and daughter, My ra, of Mt. Pleasant, were the guests of Mrs. Julia Folks of this city on Monday. Mr. James Brown of 287 North Cen tral avenue, who lias been sick for some time, is recuperating. Mrs. Bert Johnson of 842 Valley street has returned home from Fort Madison after enjoying a visit to her relatives for three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. George Tyler, Mrs. -Holden, Miss C'artwright and Mrs. J. W- Mackay spent Tuesday in the country fishing. Sir Albert McDo...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 16 August 1901

ft A d- DKB 0- |r I'* & Ill STATE BYSTANDER. .. TAHBD KVBBY FRIDAY BY THB BYSTANDER 'P^KMNQOOMPANY, FIFTH ANULOCUBT. BOOM 405 MAKQUAKDT BLOCK. IOWA 'PHONE 80S. RR^.AI. PAPKR OF THI AFBO AMKBIOA* PRO TECTIYK ASSOCIATION or XOWA. PAPBK OF TBI MOST WORSHIPFUL QNITBO OBAND LODOK OF IOWA, A. F. & A. M. TABUS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ope ye«fA-- 7a glxm »nths_.. TixTc mouths AH subscription payable In aavanoe. j. L, THOMPSON. EDITOR. XTu SHEPARP. MANAGER. Bend monsy by postcfllce order, money order, ^-CFR or draft, to the IOWA STATE BYSTAN- PabHatotog Company. CmmnniflafloM must be written on one side of the paper only and be of Interest to the pub ic. "Brevity Is the soul of wit," remember We will not return rejected manuscript, un less ftcoompfcuied by postage stamps. CITY NEWS W. H. Warrick is now employed at J, W. Hess' drug store. Mr. Harry McCraven spent Saturday and Sunday in Oskaloosa visiting his family. Henry Wright, who has been out of the city for several months, has re turned...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 16 August 1901

ICWQ State Bystander, .. 11V 1IY8TANDEB PUB. CO. IES MOINES, ihmhhmmhhmi fc——i IP I I I. I I t\ 1 Twentv-six men obeyed the ordei of Manager G. C. Van Deusen when the flames broke out and took refuge an the water on floating pieces of wreckage. Four of them lost their liold upon their frail floats and sank beneath the waves just as help reach ed their comrades. The crew of the tug J. R. Spran ]le heard the fire whistle blown from the crib and raced to the scene from the harbor. She picked up eighteen of the survivors who had flrifted to the west of the crib on their floats of boards and wreckage. Van Deusen and t»ree of his men were hanging in the water from a two-inch line suspended from the vrib. Just as the line was burning away above the men's hands, a yawl boat' from the barge Willielm, manned fby two men, dashed into the veil ot beat and smoke that enveloped the crib and rescued the four men on the rope at the risk of their own lives. The men picked up in the water were brough...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 16 August 1901

ICWQ State Bystander# \k svS-.^ •''11V ltVSTANDKR 1UB, CO. DES MdlNES, TOWA. 'DEATH IN BURNING CRIB Possi* 'Victims Number Twelve and bly Thirteen. Cleveland, O., Aug-. 15.—Five were burned to death, four drowned, three and possibly were suffocated and several injured as a result of a fire which destroyed a temporary water works crib two miles off the Cleveland harbor early yesterday. Twenty-six men obeyed the ordei of Manager G. C. Van Deusen when 1he flames broke out and took refuge an the water on floating pieces of wreckage. Four of them lost their liold upon their frail floats and sank beneath the waves just as help reach ed their comrades. The crew of the tug J. Jl. Spran Ide heard the fire whistle blown from the erib and raeed to the scene from 1he harbor. She picked up eighteen of the survivors who had (lrifted to the west af the crib on their floats of boards and wreckage. Van Deusen and t*ree of his men were hanging in the water from a two-inch line suspended from the crib...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 16 August 1901

1} Mildred 'j*. a*. ZSre-Oanion CHAPTER XfV.—(Continued.) "Can my dear fellow don't you see ftow engaged I am?" answered Eddie, •easting an expressive glance at Silvia Lisie, who blushed and simpered, and lowered her white lids in acknowledg ment in the most bewildering manner. "Denzil, you are doing nothing—go and succor the lost damsel, and re store her to th» bosom of her bereaved family-" "Yes, do go, and explain things to her, Younge,' implored the unsuspect ing' Lyndon, "and just say how it was I was put in for my cousin. It is an awful tore," confided his lordship in a heartbroken whisper, "but what can a man do when a girl comes crying to him about some miserable boy's stu pidity? You bring Mildred home safely, there's a good fellow remem ber, I leave her to you and, without •waiting for a reply, Lyndon bustled off, greatly to his cousin's relief, who dreaded lest some inopportune chance should again consign her to young Summerton's care. Both Lady Caroline and Mabel, who al...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 16 August 1901

& & & & & CHAPTER XIV.—(Continued.) "Can my dear fallow dan't you see iow engaged I am?" answered Eddie, •easting an expressive glance at Silvia Lisle, who blushed and simpered, and lowered her white lids in acknowledg ment in the most bewildering manner. "Denzil, you are doing nothing—go and succor the lost damsel, and re store her to th» bosom of her bereaved family." "Yes, do go, and explain things to j,er. Younge,' implored the unsuspect ing^'Lyndon, "and just say how it was 1 was put in for my cousin. It is an awful tore," confided his lordship in a heartbroken whisper, "but what can a man do when a girl comes crying to him about some miserable boy's stu pidity? You bring Mildred home safely, there's a good fellow remem ber. I leave her to you and, without waiting for a reply, Lyndon bustled off, greatly to his cousin's relief, who dreaded lest some inopportune chance «hould again consign her to young Summerton's care. Both Lady Caroline and Mabel, who alone...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 16 August 1901

Miss Willie and Master Roy Mitohsll of Yankton, S, D., spent the week in the •ity visitng relatives. A picnic was given Thursday by Mrs. S. Ross for the visiting strangers in the •Ityr quite lew attended. Mrs, Helen Furgerson of Grenada, Miss., arrived in our city and will make her iuture home with her son T. Furger aon. Mr. and Mrs. llelm of Norfolk, Neb. are now located in this city. Miss Itetta Dodd of St. Paul, Minn. Is in the city for a few weeks. Mr. R. E. Algee has moved his family to Manilla, Iowa. Miss Mary Carbin has been quite sick but is able to be out again. Miss V. Williams has returned to her home at Leavenworth, Kansas. (This Week) The Mt. Zion Baptist and the A. M. E. •huroh Sunday schools picnlced at River stde Thursday quite a large erowd at tended and reported a good time. The siek are Mrs. H. Pettlt, Thos Sturges, Messdames Lee, Cage and Lash ley. Rev. T. A. Clark spent the week in Chicago with his family. Rev. E. Wilson returned from the Blnffs Thursday. An ent...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 16 August 1901

SF The Worlds Wonder jg| Indian-Pile Cure! c^s Sure cure^ for piles. Others have been cured, why not you? I hate had remarkable success in effecting pile cures. 1 guarantee from 1 to 3 boxes to cure any case of piles. Read the following testimou ial: I have had piles for fifteen years. I have used all kinds of salves and had two surgical operations performed without any permanent relief. I have been entirely cured by uslncr Burnett's Pile Salve. L. R. GENEVA, Meat Merchant, Oskaloosa, Iowa, April 8,1896. Only 50 cents a box, or upon receipt of 56 cents I will forward a box to any part of the United States. For further information see me. •«, PROP. T. L. BURNETT, 402 South Jackson Street, t. Pleasant, Iowa. WANTED—TRUSTWORTHY MEN AND woman to travel and advertise for old estab lished boase of solid financial standing. Sal ary. $780 a ye«r and exp«nses, all payable in •aab. No canvassing required Give refer eoces and enclose selfaddre^sed stamped en velope. Address Manager, 3R5 Caxton...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 16 August 1901

1 4 |& r.. s§ ,&oIds Pp Load of Tprists in J'* Adirondacks.' VI«d $0LD WORK IN DAYLIGHT. Flee to Brush, LmtIdk Woman at Mercy of Road A|ent, Who Prove* a Oallant—The lrlv«*r Injared bjr Fall- Albany, Aug. 16.—A stage robbery In the Adirondacks is something new, but one took place yesterday in broad daylight, two miles north of Dunlap's hotel at North River, on the road to Blur Mountain Lake. The stage had left Dunlap's on its daily trip up the mountain, and had reached a piece of woods through which the road winds at a heavy grade. Here a lone horse man, masked and armed to the teeth, came from the forest, and taking up a position in the road, ordered the driver to halt. The latter, surprised at the dime novel apparition, took the command as a bluff and urged his four fcorses on. The highwayman there upon shot down the leaders and brought the stage to a sudden stop. Then, presenting himself at the door, be began to relieve the travelers of their pocket money. He afterward ri...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 16 August 1901

\r« 1! Y«»« L1"1"* AIIWM'B ROOT-KAAE It is tile only cure for Swollen, ..Hint!. Burning', Sweating Feet, ami Bunions. Ask for Allen's .t.Fasc, a powder to be shaken in ."tlie shoes. At all druggists aud «tort'.s. liOc. Sample sent Fit EE. jj,,lr,' ss Allen S. Olmsted, Leiloy, S, V. The dentist and the farmer are both I(practical stump pullers. DON'T TAKE ANY CHANCES. iinvi lileivcUin)? Blue does the best work. Ail cu"jyrooors. 10c. Avoid cheap imitations. If a man looks upon the wine when j, is KMI it is very likely to cast re- Lle,.(ions upon his nose. THE GENUINE ^OiWElJjy ^SH niP POMMEL SLICKEfi CK 'VTI/ 61ACK OR YELLOW I /W WILL KEEPYOU DRY 1/ NOTHING ELSE WILL LOOK fOR ABOVE TRADE MACK.. TAKE NO 5UMTITUTES CATALOGUES FREE SHOWING FULL LINE OF GARMENTS AND HAT3 A.J TOWER CO.. 60ST0N. MA 55 .33 EDUCATIONAL. THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME, NOTRE DAME. INDIANA, Classics, Letters, Economics and History, jnurnalism, Civil, Art, Science, Pharmacy, Law, rtechanical and Electrical Enginee...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 16 August 1901

$anit r«i I Hi, Iowa 1 W T4HwL i*8i9* T4 ^V1 *8i *unlSB un lS T' *he IB 1 byJ4" .r *.•»?' mr amnwM rvm. v- SPf Br 7 1 IW Br 7 1 I putfffl .—. JMSmS DBS MOINES. llOWA FRIDAY. AUGUST 16. RACE ECHOES. Peter Jackson Dead. The news from Australia that Peter Jackson, the greatest colored fighter that ever lived, is no more, should not come as a surprise to those who know the condition of the pugilist when he departed for his home some time ago. When Jackson left San Francisco some time ago bound for Australia he was only a shadow of his former self. He was the opposite to the man who •taid with Corbett sixty-one rounds in San Francisco back in 1891 When the dusky boxer put on his mits against "Pompadour Jim" he was in his prime, and the fact that he did not defeat Corbett should not be counted against him. It was said that the day before the fight Jackson suffered a sprained ankle, and he went through the four hours fighting on his courage and grit. Perhaps the greatest feat in Jack son's...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 23 August 1901

I ft 1 list £v S&L'tfo Mil STATE BYSTflND One ye«r ulT m.mtDH nuM mouths CITY NEWS Iowa State Fair opens to-day. The Thompson Fair Ground shop will check packages and ta.be laundry far Hungers' Laundry Co. H. Nixon, Jeweler, No. 312 West Third street. Tunes Pianos and re pairs organs, A ^ZZMNTAN ITHT TOIDAT BY THE BYBTANDBB "2?^MMNO COMPANY, FIFTH ASD UJOOST. *0"M»oS5«6 MARqWARDTBUK*. 'PHONE 890. IOWA •-^,IAL PAPKH or THE AKKO AUKALCAS PRO OWLOIAFC RA0N OF IOWA. TBOTIV* ASSOCIATION PAPBB or i|(fICUI XT*TR*D ORAND LODGK O* IOWA THE MOST WORSHIPFUL A. V. The publie schools open September 3 Mr. Chas. week. 'Ruff is on the sick list this frliss Lizzie Dickens will soon for Denver, Colo. H. C. Perkins has gone for several weeks visic. Mr. Andy Thompson of Decatur City anrived in our eity Thursday to visit his sons, John L. and Edward W., and other relatives and friends. Mr. J. H. Jettof Cleveland, O., ar rived in our oity Saturday to remain indefinitely. His wife has been hei«e for s...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 23 August 1901

I fyy* Vj-C-** 1 feu 'W 1 iff -V I f. fj A fV 1 *ws 1 i'i & ife1 IP" CV *r 1 af* I & By »vsiam»«r run. co£^ IM.-„ ,„„,• •^•.•u-.., •.Iiii„^',v, DES MOINES. v- IOWA FRANCE OUT WITH TURKEY (poiltAnKi Fron^h Sllnl'ter, S^J® Holt&Q Broke !IU fromlit. Constantinople, Aug. 22. The ,. government to this effect. 11C $Cv M. Constans communicated direct the saltan broke his direct, personal promise, given to M. Constans at an audience in the Yieliz palace Thurs L®V»f1 Senor Pulido," the charge d'affaires of the Venezuelan legation, was equally as emphatic in his assxirances that his government did not distrust •the United States. No news of any kind was received from any of the countries involved in the recent disturbances yesterday. This is regarded at the state depart ment and at tbe legations as an indi cation that the situation is no worse. Both the navy and state depart ments were gratified to learn yester day afternoon that the battleship Iowa had sailed from San. Francisco ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 23 August 1901

1 1901 S ui,» the oflu tate oil iu only foi,4 r,»h» th& But as the le yeaj. ve,'« re. ~'o0,. \jeefet ,0»- iiK «ii. .V rp. thfin. llt'lt is «no(i,» l)' j„_ per cei\,i the sate fees isible ai re 1 fe fop Wein_ a I. I we,~ Ex/Mayor of, •5 I)cs Moines. August 22.—After wln in.r in the committee on resolutions nail pfepnring -a declaration which i, nined no reference to the Kan *a- '*y platform or to national is j. in any guise, that, element of the democracy which is desirous of liiti? rid of the 16 to 1 issue, met Tirfeat'on the floor of the eonvontion yesterday afternoon. By a vote of (iiil -5 to 5oS 2-.'), the convention adopted a minority report signed by Walter I!. Butler, Claude Porter and John •f. Siverley, prefixing to the reso lutions reported by the majority a preamble specifically reaffirming al legiance to the Kansas City platform. Mr. Seerle.v signed the minority re port in compliance with instructions ^received from the first district caucus, fc It was almost 11 o'cloc...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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