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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 26 September 1910

For Constable Precinct 4. t C. U. BAKER. For Commissioner Precinct No. 3. JOHN K08AREK. 3BJUSI ...FALL 1910... Opening The Fashion Shop For Commissioner Precinct No. i. H. F. STASNEY. of For Constable Precinct No. 1. CHAS. H. VANCE. 1; . ; v i I' I i OMt. Jce Cream IS GOOD IS APPETIZING IS PURE It' What Should be is tvtry Home in thit town Holmes Bros. BRYAN' TEX. SEPTEMBER 2fi 1910. I Says the Houston Post: "One of ! the A. & M. football men ate eleven (eggs for breakfast. It would require I quite a barnyard to support that young j man." And It will require about three of the best men In any rival team to !stop him on the gridiron. "No matter what it costs a town or city must have water" says the Tern- ! pie Telegram. Xobody knows this bet- i ter than Bryan; our knowledge is not ! theoretical but experimental. That Roosevelt is not a great states- man Is evident from his plan to scare the world Into lasting peace by build- ing a big navy. An Intelligent school boy can see the a...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 26 September 1910

Hi i Jeeih Care How nJiny sound teeth you have a few years later depends upon how ytfUyare for your teeth now. The regular use of A. D. S. Peroxide. TOOTH PASTE will insure soundness. It is in ami- i ceptic paste and a perfect cjenser. Destrojs all germs of decay whitens the teeth hardens the gums and sweetens the breath. Delightful to use. Price 25 cents. E. J. Jenkins New Vaudeville tonight 252 J. E. Covey went to Martin today. Scott Barnett vlBlted Hearno Sun. day. . Change of program tonight at the park. 252 Mrs. A. W. Wllkerson is visiting In Hearne. Henry Merger went to Houston this afternoon. Oscar Turner of Zack was lu the city today. J. E. ymliln of Reliance wa in the city today. Joe Hunnleutt went to Martin today on business. J. W. Thompson of Kdge wai in the city today. Good vaudelvlle tonight that is now and entertaining. . 252 John W. Wiley was In the city to- day from Tabor. MIbb Kate Harris left Sunday for a visit to Marshall. ' Mrs. A. W. Koyder of Wellborn wai In th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 26 September 1910

PATHS APPROVE flEl'i RULES President Milner Receives Many .Let- ters Speaking in Highest Praise of Regulations to Prohibit Snobbery.' Patrons of the A. & M. College give rairous 01 me a. .m. vu..cBC strong indorsement to tne new regu- i . 4. ... k i .1. i.naA irn o nnmin it-in lations which Jiave been announced by Col. R. T. Milner. president or the college and which have to do with the truly democratic poiicy that exists at the college. The new regulations promulgated 1 . . uy iue iireaiueui iaic mai " cc"rvo must not be given by the under class- men to the senior officers of the cadet corps; tntt Bponaors ohall not De j-hng the new rules of the college.. lTn - lected by cadet organizations: tnat'ior the rules the true democratic the K. K. ciuu ana me awas.ma. dancing clubs of the college must bo ( abandoned; and there are certain other tlilncs that ko to bring about better discipline In the college. In hl ( ES? to the patrol! of thT colloce onnni.nntncr thnaa MOW r Pffll H It ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 27 September 1910

and Pilot FIFTEENTH YKAR. BRYAN TEXAS TUESDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 27 191C. NUMBER 253 tfm 4 j -fff Barrington Hall THE STEEL CUT WE S K I. L I T HOWELL & NEWTON Inc. A RED HOT ROAST i - pryan Lady Flays Bryan Men In Gen- ii eral and the Editor of The Eagle I in Particular. My Dear Mr. Editor: You have stirred a veritable tempest In a tea- pot by your gratuitous attack on the try an women holding them reuponsl- 1)le for the unKiRhtly and insanitary ondition of our little city. The Bryan women were under the impression that the city fathers were responsible for thisthe mayor and the board of aldermen. Why should we be rebuked for not doing what the officers of our city have been paid to do and yet failed to accomplish? This Is a miRhty work that you would thrust upon the Bryan women equal to Hercules cleaniiiR the Augean stables. There Is not water enough !n Hnum county (just now) to-li It. You very mag- nanimously offered to give us all the idvlce necessary to accomplish this task ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 27 September 1910

For- Constable Precinct 4. C. U BAKtH FALL 1910... For Commleeloner Precinct No. 3. JOHN KOSAREK. The Fashion Shop V . Omriim For Commleeloner Precinct No. 1. H. F. 8TASNEY. For Constable Precinct No. 1. CHA3. H. VANCE. .. OUR .. Ice Cream IS GOOD IS APPETIZING IS PURE It's What ShonlJ bt in tvtry Home in (Ail foirn Holmes tiros. IIKYAN' TEX.. SEPTEMBER 27. 1010. THE EAGLE AND THE OF BRYAN. WOMEN Slrpu Daily Emjlc AND PILOT. (Published every day except Sunday.) y THE EAGLZ PRINTING CO. J. M. Carnes Editor M. E. Wallace Manager A. J. Buchanan. .Adv. and Circulation Katerod as Second-Clara Matter April . 28 1910. at the PoBtofflce at Bryan Texaa under the Act of March 8. 1879. Rates of Subscription One month . . . . $ 40 Three months 1 00 One year 4.00 1 Advertising rates ou abdication. Subscribers will confer a favor on the management by telephoning the office promptly when carriers fail to deliver the paper or when chatR. of ret ldence occurs. THE DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. For Congreae H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 27 September 1910

Teeth Care How many sound teeth you have a few years later depends uporHiow you care for your teeth now. The regular use of A.- IJ. S. Peroxide TOOTH PASTE will insure soundness. It is an ami- ceptic paste and a perfect denser. Destroys all germs of decay whitens the teeth hardens the gums and sweetens the breath. Delightful to use. I'rice 25 rents. E. J. Jenkins COr.lMERlilAL CLUB NOTESjALL EXPECTATIONS SURPASSED sac RAILROAD TIME CARD. H. & T. C. Schedule. So. 3 northbound.... ill: 59 a.m. No. 5 northbound 1:02 a.tt. No. f northbound 2:20 p.m. No. 2 southbound 2:47 p.m. k'o..6 southbound . 2:52 a.m. No. 10 southbound 3:45 p.m. I. & G. N. Schedule. Sq 14 northbound 1:44 p.m. So. 15 southbound 4:30 p.m. for W1 (nd daughter Mhs today from Pitts O. W. Dunlap was here today from Millican. W. L. Edge of Edge was In the city today. J. P. Gilpin of Kurt eu was In the city today. R. S. Newgonjc was here today from the bottom. P. H. Arrington was up from Mil- lican today. I I Mrs. C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 27 September 1910

THE CEG5J0 BRIEF- Event of the World Boiled Don for the Busy Man to Read t a Glanc. ""Texas vital statistics for August show 4506 births and 2124 deaths. The plant of the Clarksville Light Ice & (Jin Company was destroyedby Are the. loss being $50000. Two men were killed and four in- jured by an explosion on a railroad grade near Weatherfora. Three hundred men are on the trail of a white man charged with beating a white woman in Wise county. The Missouri Republican League has declared for Roosevelt for presi- dent in 1$12 and oppose endorsing Tajt. President Taft received the Sultan of Suiu at the White House this aft- ernoon. A Jury has been secured for the trial of Governor Haskell of Okla-' noma for alleged land frauds and the trial began this morning. The anti-prohibitionists of Robert son county met in mass convention ai Calvert today to prepare for the coun- ty local option campaign. Mrs. M. J. Crowe who died recently at Stephenville left property worth $75000 to Turleton ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 28 September 1910

and Pilot BRYAN TEXAS WEDNESDAY EVENING SEPTEMJifjt 28 191C. F1K I'KKNTH YEAR. NUMBER 254 f . r 1 i -f LjS&KJ. !; II T AT A. AND V. Figures for First Three Days of 1909 and 1910 Compared A Thousand Already In Sight. College 'Station Texas. Sept. 2. When the registration at the A. & M. College of Texas closed Tuesday night for tlie day's work the. number en- rolled was ICS uhead of the same time a yeai ago Hiid when the command- ant's office opened this morning for business there was a crowd ready to get their names on the books. .They have been coming In all day by every train and If the proportion of arrival of last year keeps up the thousand students which were expected will be reached and passed within two more days. Mere Is a comparison for the first three days of registration: 10'.. l'llu. Sunday 101 :'()2 Monduv Kit 4!t:i Tuesday fill SO'.) It was more than ten days after the first student was registered last year before the number of $00 was reached on the rolls and t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 28 September 1910

C L BAKER. ...FALL 1910... For Commissioner Precinct No. 3. JOHN KOSAREK. Opening Tho Fashion Shop for Commissioner Precinct No. 1. H. F. 8TA3NEY. For Constable Precinct No. 1. CHAS. H. VANCE. of URYAX TEX. SEPTEMBER 2S 1310. ot;f ice Cream IS GOOD IS APPETIZING IS PURE It' What Should be im tvtry Home im I hit loan Holmes Bros. I - j Tbe Eagle lias received a compre- hensive report of the memorial serv- ires and autumn rally of Lee Chapel A. .M. K. ctiurch last Sunday includ- ing the program and a tabulated finan- cial statement. It is too long to pub- lish in full but we take pleasure in announcing that these K?ople deserve much credit for their persistent and successful efforts to build a handsome and commodious church. The white people of Bryan never fail to encour- J age and assist the colored people in I an effort for t lie moral and material I uplift of their race. Srgan Datlg tzarjlr AND PILOT. (Published every day except Sunday.) y THE EAGL? PRINTING CO. J. M. Carnes Editor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 28 September 1910

Teeth Care How many sound teeth you have a few years later depends upon how you care for your teeth now. The regular use of A. I). S. Peroxide TOOTH PASTE will insure soundness. Jt is an anti- ceptic paste and a perfect denser. Destroys all germs of decay whitens the teeth hardens the gums and sweetens the hreath. Delightful to use. Price 25 cents. A- . F m m n ir Is inn Said a Main street business man to the secretary: "I)o you see that cross- ing cover over that gutter? Now Isn't that a dangerous place?" He was pointing to one or the boHrd covers that is nearly worn through. The sec. retary went to Alderman Kdge and was Informed that the commute ap ' THE COTTON MARKET. Liverpool opened this morning strong as a well rope 7 points up. and continued strong throughout the ses- sion closing 10 points up. American markets responded to Liverpool's good opening and opened C to 6 points up and at the noon call was 13 points up finally closing 10 to 12 points up. It is a well defined opinio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 28 September 1910

THE DECS li'l BRIEF Events of the World Boiled Down for the Buey Man to Read at a Glance. r William Gaynor reputed to le a nephew of New York's famous mayor wan killed by a live wire in Galveston. - The population of Jasper county has increased nearly 100 per cent in the last ten years. It is alleged ut Austin that Ringllng Bros and the state officers have reached an agreement in regard to the circus back taxes. Hearsay evidence was ruled out by the senatorial committee investigat- ing the Iorimer bribery charges.' The damage by the Arizona earth- quake is much greater than was first reported. Indians and settlors have (led from the region of disturbance in I the northern part of tne state. be sergeant and assigned to he Field battery of artillery. Cadet Private J. J. Brown to be sergeant and assigned to Company E of the Second battalion. By order of Captain Andrew Moses Commandant. H. J. Kelly Cadet Captain and Adjutant. The corps is shaping into a regi- ment very fast. Already the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 30 September 1910

Y and Pilot FIFTEENTH YEAR. URYAN TEXAS FRIDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 30 191C- NUMEER 253 'Quality uni Sink" We Solicit Tour Grocery Trade FOR OCTOBER Assuring you that we will have the most complete stock of ' choice goods including Fresh .Vegetables and Fruits and all the Fall season new goods. Howell & Newton nc Phones 23 end ISO SQUAD '.1. FOOTBALL 57. HUSKY FELLOWS Will Be Thinned Out to 42 Beet Coach Staff Ever 'Varsity It Not "Texas" Any More Than A. & M. I Texas. NEGROES IN DALLAS TOWN LOT FRAUD CASES ARE DISMISSED. Eleven Desperate Criminals v Through Bars and . Escape. Saw Dallas Sept- ."30. Kleven negro prisoners confined in the Dallas city Jail sawed their way out with the aid of a spoon overpowered the night watchman and made good their es- cape at 2:. 10 o'( Ui k yesterday morn in? - T' comity jail In which there are now about two hundred prisoners Ih beltif? enlarged and while the Improve- ment 8 are in progress they have hi en housed in the city jail. All of th' t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 30 September 1910

1 n THE FIRST NATIONAL OF BR YAH TEXAS ' With a record of thirty-seven years of successful business to its credit Are now showing the Prettiest Line of if IS STILL DOING BUSINESS AT THE SAME OLD STAND" Hk f WE i I i i r j o I (0 I (0 Srgmt iathj Eaijlr AND PILOT. (Published every day except Sunday.) y THE EAGLS PRINTING CO. J. M. Carnes Editor M. E. Wallace Manager A. J. Buchanan. .Adv. and Circulation atered aa Second-Clara Matter April 18 1110. at the Postofflce at Bryan Tezaa under the Act of March 3 1879. Rates of Subscription. One month 40 Three months 1.00 One year 4.00 AdvertlslLg rates on application. Subscribers will courer a favor or the management by telephoning the efflce promptly when carriers fail to deliver the paper or when charge of residence occurs. BRYAN TEX. SEPTEMBER 30 1910. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. For State Senator. The Eagle is authorized to an- nounce Hon. J. R..A3t!n as a "(indi- cate for State Senator Twelfth Sena- torial District subject to special dem- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 30 September 1910

Sam 5. and Lee Shabert Inc. Present (Direction of Sidney Weis) .-' . The Eminent Comedian Mr. Sidney Drew In the Daly's Theatre New York Comedy Success if eewi uar THERE'S A How many sound teeth you have a tew years later depends upon how you care for your teeth now. The regular use of A. 13. S. Peroxide TOOTH PASTE will insure soundness. It is an ami- ceptic paste and a perfect denser. Destroys all germs of decay whitens the teeth hardens the gums and sweetens the breath. Delightful to use. Price 25 cents. U DFF F V Witk Original BILLY By Ceo. Cameron Cast & Production "A Storm of Laughter New York Herald. Colonial Theatre Friday Night Oct. 7 Tickets M Salt at Bramdtn t Lawrtntt'l ' "! Why You Should Do Your Banking Business with the E. J. Jenkins - - - "RAILROAD TIME CARD. . H. & T. C. 8chedul. j No. 3 northbound 11:59 a.m. I - r Wl......a 4. tit m mm I NO. U UUIIUUUUUU .U4 m.ut. IN. 0 northbound 2:20 p.m. TNo. 2 southbound 2:47 p.m. No. G southbound 2:52 a.m. So. 10 south...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 30 September 1910

HIE DECS lil BRIEF Events of th World Boiltd Down for tht Busy Man to Read at a Glance. Senator Bailey spoke to 2.100 people at Tlmpson yesterday." Another IIUiioIb legislator testified that he had received a bribe or 11000 for voting for I'nl'ed States Senator Lorimer. The Sandy Creek Oil Company struck oil at Calvert but not In pay- ing quantities. Mrs. Minnie Lee Streight was In dicted on a charge of killing her hus- band by a Waco grand Jury. The cholera epidemic Is raging at Naples and has broken out at Con- stantinople. The American Mining Congress at Los Angeles adopted resolutions fa- voring state control of natural re- sources as opposed to itooaevelt's nen- nationalism. Birmingham Ala. has Increased in population 24.Y4ti per cent In ten years. This Is the largest percentage of Increase or any city lu the L'nited States. cowboys where the border spirit pre dominated the avenlng brother and the faithless husband met in a saloon and exchanged a fusilade. Dree fell with a bull...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 1 October 1910

) .... and Pilot FiKir.i;vrn ykar. ( 1R iiRYAN TEXAS SATURDAY EVENING OCTOBER 1 191C. U uvuzz?. 1:1 "V A it - ( "Qmalil Quality and Stnkt" We Solicit Your Grocery Trade ill FOR OCTOBER Assiring you that we will have the most J complete stock of choice goods including rresh Vegetables and rruits and all the Kail season new goods. Howell & Newton nc Phom 23 ami ISO VISITS L DM. TRIPLE Train IN T T THE CITI Fort Worth. Texas. Oct. 1. Will Da- Ij a poolroom cmploje. Is dead; Roy Adn a saloonkeeper is mortally wounded and Ike tSkeet) I Ion ley Hon of J. II. Henley a Front street grocer. Ik seriously wounded a a the result of a shooting In n rooming house at Twelfth and Calhoun streets at 2 o'eloc k Friday morning. Wi'l I'opeland formerly a special officer In DnllnH and owner of a pool- room In that city. Is charged with tho shooting. Maude Ford a woman pres- ent at tho tragedy Is under arrest. Copoland refuses to nmke a state- tnoiit. Tho weapon used was a .32-ealiber automatic pisto...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 1 October 1910

) 1 Display THE F I R ST OF BRYAN TEXAS With a record of thirty-s.ven years of successful lisincss to its credit XL O X CO z o I 0) LjJ I of Superb Gowns unlike anything ever be- fore displayed in Bryan. Costumes of ele- gance richness and novelty right from the noted Parisian style-creators. EVENING COSTUMES FROM S15.00 to $5000 SUITS OF DISTINGUISHED ELEGANCE New Demi-Tailored and Man -Tailored suits for ' women showing every new beauty of fabrick and making. We have . a vast as- sortment ranging from the conservative practical inexpensive suits from $10.00 to $37.50 MilDomieirj; ep'fc GAGE BROS. GOLD MEDAL HATS HATS "ENUFF SED" & y g e on e ON THE CORNER n 0) I o z (0 X o TJ ' ; ; ) . ' "IS STILL DOING BUSINESS AT THE SAME OLD STAND1' ? We are not making much noise about it but as our custom has been these jpast years we are still extending to our customers efficient and satisfactory service. Accounts invited. nation can picture few spectacles more inspiring than is presented...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 1 October 1910

r i v v Teeth Care How many sound teeth you have a few years later depends upon how you care for your teeth nov. The regular use of A. D. S. Peroxide TOOTH PASTE will nsure soundness. It is an ami- ceptic paste and a perfect denser Destroys all germs of decay whiten the teeth hardens the uvtns and sweetens the breath. Delightful to use. Price 25 rents. ' . E. J. Jenkins RAILROAD TIME CARD. H. 4 T. C 8chedul. No. 3. northbound 11:59 sun. No. 5 northbound ..1:02 a.n. No. 0 northbound..... 2:20 p.m. No. 2. southbound 2:47 p.m. No. 6 southbound 2:52 a.m. No. 10 southbound 3:46 p.m. I. A 0. N. Schedule. No. 14. northbound 1:44 p.m. No. 15 southbound 4:30 p.m. Will Woods of Harvey was in town today. Put Buchanan was here today from Harvey. For 8ale Harris. -Pure sweet milk. C. A. 257 J. II. Ferguson was here today from Harvey. Matt Rains of Harvey was in the city today. S. S. Kelly of Kurten was In the oKy today. Dr. Leonard Jones of Mary was here today. Mrs. 3. C. Williams went to Well- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 1 October 1910

MBit 1 SOCIAL CIRCLES A LOST INSPIRATION. Seated one day at the mirror I whs weary of rats and puffj; And my fingers wandered idly Over the curls and fluff. I know not what I was building Or what 1 was mimicking But I struck a sort of coiffure Like the head of an A.tec klu. It flooded my brow and temples In a most expansive way: And it lay on-my cerebellum Like an overwrought ton of huy. It fell .into puffy billows. Like that foolish old silk llosa; It seemed a harmonious jumble Of excelsior and moss. It linked all my murcel waving Into one hump heap; Then coiled In a roly-poly. Like a kitten going to sleep. I have sought' but seek It vainly. That one coiffure so fine That came from the head of an Altec And decorated mine. It may be In some shop window That style I can jet procure: And It may be that only In Juja I shall find that grand coiffure. Carojyu wens m i.m xA x x J Mrs. I. J&'W.r. President of Bryan's Woman's Club has called the members to meet In the club room next Wed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 3 October 1910

and Pflel x t? ft r. 4 Flr-TKKNTH YKAR. 3RYAN TEXAS MONDAY EVENIMG OCTOBER 3 191C. NUMEZR 253 f 7 i ... fi. "Quality and Sertitt" We Solicit ' Your Grocery Trade FOR OCTOBER Assuring you that we will have the most complete stock of choice goods including Fresh Vegetables and Fruits and all the Fall fJson new goods. Howdl & Newton Phontt 23 and ISO COMMERCIAL CLUB NOTES r There have been at least ten new houses completed and occupied in the city within three months and this .morning work was b-gun on three new ones; vt it is Impossible to lo- cale a family even temporarily if the family is an ordinary one. The sec- retary sucee-ded today In locating Mr. Parks who will move his family of three boys and a young lady to- gether witii Mrs. Barks to Hryan from Mexia within a few days. The sidewalk work was started on Caldwell street this morning. When completed thin will he one of the most beautiful streets In Bryan. There must bo something wrong with the widows of San Antonio If the ...

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