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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 8 December 1904

l t ® $ ? & &tS & & & & & & 9& t& < & * & $ ? & < $ v'V-'rr ' ' ; * * * * - " - * > 1rf r * > * | Opinions of Great Papers oa Important Subjects. * 2scscsftyfeat $ The Fai'ure of the Cossack. NE of the minor surprises of the war in the ijEast has been the failure of the Cossacks to I justify their reputation as a fighting force. The horses are inferior , ami it was oxpoct- ed that the hardy little rovers of the steppes Avould do great execution. Instead , their fail ure has caused disappointment. Fow of the Co i.ick regiments have distinguished tho-msolvc ? , and the exris ; begin to call thorn "antiquated. " ' The trouble is not necessarily this inferiority of irregu lar i reaps to regulars though thai "moral" ' Avill bo drawn by tho Aviseacrcs in shoulder-straps. The Cossack furnishes jiis own horse and equipment but so did the Boor in Su-.jih Africa , and he put up a wonderful fight until he Avas confronted by "colon...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 8 December 1904

APPLIED BY A TEAOHBE IS * LEADI1TG TOVEESITY. Demonstrated tlio Power of l > r. IVilllams Pink Pills to KcHtoro Vigor to Shat tered 3crve . Mrs. Leander lanewifo of the minis ter of the Christian Church , of No. 201C I street , South Oniahu , Neb. , tells hovi her daughter has beeu enabled to resume her professional vrork as a teacher afto : suffering for nearly three years from se vere nervous prostration : " "When shevas passing from girl hood \vomanhood"says Mrs. Lauo , "she suffered greatly from difficulties peculiar to her sex. The physician did not help her , but a few boxes of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills brought about the perfect regulation of her system. " While she had escaped from one grave trouble , she unfortunately began to overwork , first as a student and then as a teacher in a largo Iowa institution for orphan boys. She enjoyed her work and was very enthusiastic , but the strain finally told on her. She became pale , weak , nervous , unable to sleep ; she had no appe...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 8 December 1904

- # , . 1 THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT * i. i'r.ual companies pay losses in full , discount I. M. RICE , A pent. Absolutely Pure HAS 0 SUBSTITUTE NOTICES. Order of Ilcnrincr on Petition lor Ap pointment of Administrator. In the County Court of Cherry County , Neb raska. XTATB OK MCBKASKA. ( . C'ouirrv OP CHEKKV. j To the heirs and to all persons interested in the caiutc of 1Yiliam : J. Rainbolt , deceased : Ou reading thu petition of A. M. M"rriHsey , raying that the administration of said estate DA granted to William S. Gilluspic as adminiP- ' It Is hereby QI dercd that you and all persons interested In said matter , may , and 3o , Appear at the County Court to bo held in and &K iaul county , ou the 17th day of December A.D. 1004 at 10 o'clock a. m . to show cause , if auy ihcre be , why the prayer ol the petitioner should not be granted , and that notice of the vondenry of said petition and that the hearing thereof be given to all persons interested in said matter by publishing a co...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 15 December 1904

- * - . , Historical Society / ' \ 7 1 V OCRAT. j r * a I A. u J31 > J _ J . XIX VALENTINE. N"KBKA.SKA. DECEMBER 15 , i o4 NT7MBEE 48 * c fcfr As Christmas time is drawing near we wish to call .your at tention to some of the nice things we have for you. or 4JJ Pocket Knives , Fancy Scissors and * 5 Shears , Skates and Silver Ware , < $ We carry the most com- Jj plete line of cutlery shown , in the town , including 1h Simmons' "Keen Kutter" Jj Pocket Knives and the "Clauss" brand Shears. < 3 Both lines arc fullygtiar- T ? antecd to be the best , and $ ; j if not found satisfactory & in every way , are ex changeable. AVc also carry a complete line of "Klipper Klub" Skates , all sizes and prices , Skate Sharpeners , Skate Straps , Skate Bags , etc. , etc. Call and inspect our line of Rochester's famous Nickle < ? Plated Copper "Ware , including Tea Pots , Tea Kettles , Cuspi- Jjdors , Trays , Baking Dishes , Chaffing Dishes , etc. Also our 43 line of Silver ware. Be ri ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 15 December 1904

The Valentine Democn VALENTINE , NEB. L M. RIOE , Pobltst LOATH TO ADMIT 1 BUT RUSSIANS KNOW PO1 ARTHUR FLEET IS LOST. Thej' Have Only One Hegre Would Have Liked a Final Pig ] at Lisast The. Situation at P < Arthur General War News. A St. Petersburg dispatch says : > 1 .Russian authorities evidently are not ; satisfie/1 as 1 the truth of the report the destruction of the remainder of 1 Port Arthur .squadron , as the censor 1 not yet permitted the publication of 1 eign reports to that effect. Xeverthele these reports arc in the hands of thp ! niiralty , where iliey are icgarded Hounding the knell of the Port Artli 11 ecu The only regret expressed is that th did not get out for a final fight or si in deep water , where they would be 1 yond hope of salvation. A Japanese legation dispatch receiv nf London from Tokio says : "The mn staff at Port Arthur reports Thursd evening that the Pallada was set on fi and heeled to port , with stern sunk. Elc shots hits the Gallak ( gunboat ) ....

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 15 December 1904

7 To the Senate and House of Representa tives : The nation continues to enjoy note worthy prosperity. Such prosperity is of course primarily due to the high in dividual average of our citizenship , taken together with our great natural re sources ; but an important factor therein IH the working of our long-continued governmental policies. The enlargement of .scope of the functions of the national government rpiiiirpil ] by our development s a nation involves , of course , increase or expenses ; and the period of prosperity through which the country is passing jus tifies expenditures for permanent im provements Jfar greater than would be "wise in hard times. Battleships and forts , public buildings and improved w.-it- erxvsiys are investments which should he made when we have the money ; but abundant revenues' and a large surplus always invite extravagance , and constant care should be taken to guard against unnecessary increase of th ordinary ex penses of government. Capital ami iLa...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 15 December 1904

1 fit VALENTINE I. M RICE EDIfOi . December 25 , . ? utrwl a * the Pot omc at Valentine , 'iu rr TERMS -W.OO per year m advance ; $1.50 aoS paid in advance , Single copies 5c. XMeptay adverlislsK l Inch single column I5c ts&i9 or $8.00 a year. Ltsal SfoOce ? Otoltnaries , Lodge Bcsolutlon- for revenue 5c per line per Issue. 1 lcches-84.CO per year in advance 4 < ht1e al Bpce3-00 per Inch peryearipncrravprt * * * tra : * i.oo each. living outside Cherry county uot JUT ( * MOr known are requeeted to pay in advance 14 p r eeat addttloual to above rates if overG MttM la Arreftri. X Mce of luMes of stock free to brand adver- Rnng-o IToi-ecasts of Weat.Iier. The Newton of Meteorology has fcot yet appeared above the scien tific horizon. The world awaits kis coming and his power to bring order and law from this chaos of a almost illimitable number of aberrations. While the expert meteorologist of the Central Ob- terratories throughout the world iw patiently , laboriously collect ing ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 15 December 1904

More Local. Ni'ls Run If.v u- ; in toVn the first of the week. Alex Burr , of Pullman , is om- ol tinjjcr.i in attendance m court. .Mrs. Chas Sherman ha1 * been ill with In jjii pc ami lon-iliiis t.u paweek. ! . J. C. Webb retuitied a feu dajs ago from St. Louis wjierc he han been doctoring. Attend the sale of the Methodist ladies at Mrs. Elmore's store , Friday , December 23. Mr. Heath , Jr. , of Cody , was in town Monday as a juror but got excused and returned. C. P. Wiltsc , of the Newport Republican , was in town last Sat urday on a contest case. Mrs. A. T. Carpenter has boon quite ill for the past few weeks , but is some better at present. S. L. Ellis , the Simeon mer chant was up last week after a load of merchandise for his store. The Methodist ladies gotten per cent of the sales at Mrs. Elmores store on Friday , December 23. P. II. Young , of Simoon , was in town yesterday and took out a new low iron wheel wagon for use on his ranch. TV. II. Wilkinson and wife , of Kennedy ,...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 15 December 1904

JUST A BOY'S DOG. No , sirae , that dog won't bita ; Not a bit o' danger ! What's his bre-nl ? Shore I don't know ; Jest a "Iray's dog , " stranger. Xo St. Uernard yet last year , Time the snow was deepest , Dragged a little shaver home "Where the 'hill was steepest. Ain't a bulldog , but you bet 'Twouldn't do to scoff him. Fastened on a tramp one time Couldn't pry him off him. 'Not a pointer jest the same , When it is all over , Ain't a better critter round , Startin' up the plover. Sell him ? Say , there ain't his price , Not in all the Nation ! .lest a "boy dog ; " that's his breed Finest in creation. : , : r-Lnnd burgh Wilson , in X. Y. Sun. . rj fin ITn0YTV3plflfi RftQt fill UUulJCljJjil ilUol. C- O3-ST ZFISECEtR .A-IMCES , For six lonely weeks Ned Talbot had been trapping along the upper S ( . Luci-a. There had been no partic ular reason for his paying a visit to the settlement except to break the monotony of camp life , and Talbot found himself able to endure that. But what h...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 15 December 1904

Are Never Without Pc-pu-na in ths Home for Gatarrha ! Diseases. Independence. To. Remarkable Cures Effected By Pe-nj-na Under date of January 10 , 1807 , Dr. 'Hurlnian received the following letter : "My wife has been a sufferer from n complication of diseases for the past twenty-five years. Her case 1ms balllod the skill of sonic of tlie : nost noted phy sicians. One of her worst troubles was chronic constipation of several years' standing. Slit' was also pushing through that most critical period in the life of a woman change of life. "In .Tuno , 18r ! , I wrote to you about her case. Yon advised a course of Peruna and Manalin , which we at once com menced , nnd have to say it completely curoil her. "About Iho same tme I wrote you about my own case of catarrh , which had been of twenty-five years' standing. At times I was almost past going. / commenced to use Pcruna according io your instructions and continued its use for about a year , and it has completely cured me. Your remedies...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 15 December 1904

VALENTINE OEMOOKA ? I.i \ RISE EDI TOP Mutual compaTjles pay lor Rediscount I. M. RICE. Ag POWDER Afesoiutely Pure AI5 HO SUBSTITUTE NOTICES. * f Hearing ; on Potltioii for Ap- palntmcnt of Administrator. In th County Court of Cherry County , Neb- * NEIIRASKA I tXTjxrv or UHKKUV. f T tfeo beirR and to all perEons interested In fb oc at of Wi liam J. Kii : bolt. deceased : OB nwdlng the petition of A. M. MorrKsey , that the administration of .said estate to William S. Gillaspie us udminir > - It Is hereby o dered that jou and .vll w oas interested in said matter , ma ) , and In. appear ut the Count } Court to be held in and tor saul county , o the 17th day of Dec.-mber A. I ) . 1904 at 10 o'clock a m . to show cause. If M > there be , why the prayer ol the petitioner abrtulti not bo gran'ed , a d that notice of the f omleiicy of said petition and that ; the hearing thereof bfl civcn to all persons intcr-sted inlaid Ucr by publlshiiiKa copy of this order in the lentiue Democrat ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 22 December 1904

Historical Society . . , " * * * ? , J * < \ * * * A WIN VOLt'MK XIX VALENTINE. NEBRASKA. DECEMBER 22. 1904 NUMBER 49 Xmas 49 49 Gifts. . . 4 ? i ? 49 49 4i * As Christmas time is drawing near we wish to call yourat- 5c tention to some of the nice things we have for you. J ? Pocket Knives , Fancy Scissors and 4 ? Shears , Skates and Silver Ware , ifr 4 + We carry the most com- 4J plete line of cutlery shown Jjin the town , including ftft < , Simmons' "Keen Kutter" 4Pocket Knives and the S "Clauss" brand Shears. 4 ? Both lines are fully guar- 4anteed to be the best , and Jjif not found satisfactory 45 in every way , are ex- $ changeable. We also carry a complete line of "Klipper Klub" ' i/ > - _ - * Ws r Skates , all sixes and prices , S S J xlk Skate Sharpeners , Skate Gfrr' ' /'ir Z& JaaA - fyrT / \ / i , 01 i TI i i 4 - I _ KLIPPER KLUB FyLJsy Straps , Skate Bags , etc. , etc. J Call and inspect our line of Roch < ter' < famous Niokle 4 ? Plated Copper Ware , in...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 22 December 1904

Valentine Democra VALENTINE , NEB. I RICE , PoblUhe IT OJE THE TALI [ MORE "JAIL EPISODES" A' CLEVELAND. Chadirick in Seclusion Au joritieH Decide to Allow No Mor fcsitors to tho Woman Mho Dis aycd Anger and Petulance. Cleveland , O. , special says : MJJ lidwick will from now uutil the tim tier trial and arraignment in court b Idly excluded from all visitors , In her son and nurse will be pni8gio.ii to see her tcrc ° [ cr of Ifijitpd States Marshal Chii _ * / ; _ . * , i nuay iiiteniwon an order was i < ? . _ ml the nurse , Freda Swanstrom , wh ( las tlien in the jail with Mrs. Chadwick ordered to leave. This ac , ' < ion was in direct opposition t lu orjlcf of United States Marshal Ch"an jlcr issued Thursday , in which he direct Id that Emil Hoover , the sou of Mr $ phadwick , nnd the nurse should be ad nitted at sny time to see Mrs. Chadwicij Sheriff Barry declared that no Mrs. Chadwick would be to see.lier except in the regular'visitin | lim < rs Tit the jailk Thv older ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 22 December 1904

"FRENZIED FINANCE" IN OHIO. RflTflERflW UNUSUAL THfiW VOU - NOW JU3T TO SHOW YOU THAT rn/uirocHT ' HERE'S SOnt OF rtY OWN TOOLA7C CUME THE LUCK 5HE'SGOTW.lT DOUGH THAT BIAT OUR GflttE Chicago Journal. THE COTTON SLUMP. Far-Reach in : ; 12 fleet on This Urancli of Great Textile Iiidiibtry. Tho cotton branch of the groat textile industry the next largest engaged in manufacture in the country ? being out ranked only by iron and stool is para lyzed by the tremendous slump in the price of raw material. The buying of cotton goods is practically at a stand still and salesmen representing the lan ; commission houses of this and other citie arc being pulled off the road. Jobber and converters will not buy cotton good > and commission merchants are loath t- buy raw cotton , owing to their inabilit to sell. Gradually the swiftly movin wheels of industry , always intcrdcpcm1 ont , are ceasing their busy whir in coi sequence of this condition. The palsy is due directly to the slum in the pric...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 22 December 1904

OEN l IM ton- . 22. I ' - ! Jninil c.t tl > Tost-otllce at Valentine. - > . 3 ' a * [ gTrtrtenptlonhOO per year in artv inw. - * nn not pnld in wtvancu. Single poplr * 0 DJspltty.advcrtisliK Much single i-glim * Jao'e or $6.00 a" year. Local Kotloes , Obituaries. Lodge 'ResoluUon- ( ind Socials for Uevcnue cc per line per Issue. JJrands , lU iDclies S4.oo per year in advance iditlonal snafteS3-00 per Inch peryearengraved ; i extra ; $1.00 each. Parties Ihlnc outside Cherry county not p 13 rurally Known art * requested Jo pay in advance 10 per cent additional to"1 above rates if ovcrG uutbB In arrears , Notices of losses of stock free to brand adver- It is hard to tell the truth all the time if you arc constantly telling what someone told you. We hear a dozen different stories if we go to a dozen different persons. The jury in the case of the state vs Pete Ladeaux is entitled to much credit in refusing to consider the story concocted by the defense as plausible that Ladeaux had...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 22 December 1904

Arthur Brownm : in towne Tim new spur j. , - wlu > cl fur the mill came today : iml they are again ready it , do The trial of the Wood lake boys was changed t , , Valentin" and will come IM-I'MI-P .hi , ) , , , , 'pMe , HYiilay. lohn * > iM.treU iime in 'his manningIK ! piid up for hibrand advertisement au l put inmpsiray notice. Herman Riege was in town this morning and extended his father's subscription another year to THE DEMOCRAT. Mrs. M. C. Carroll is yet very sick at times and it is thought that an operation will be necessary for her recovery. U. 0'Bryan and Pete DeCory were in town this week and each purchased a fine lot of fruit trees of M. C. Carroll which they are going to plant and start an orchard. Bert Jeffers is coming home Sat urday night from Omaha to spend Christmas and will bring Archie Pettycrew home with him. Bert , has been attending the medical college in Omaha. W. L. Cohee , of Oasis ; F. YT. King , \Voodlake ; E W. Thode and II. P. Drew , of Stearns , S...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 22 December 1904

" % m The smiling face of William J. Jeffords was been on our streets yesterday. lie lives In Cincinnati , and has done well. It Is his first visit to his old home In twenty years. He Is stopping with ills aged pa rents , Captain and Mrs. W. J. Jeffords. That is just a homely news item clipped from a country paper. It has some thoughts in it for you , Mr. Busy Man. Nearly all of us live in the future. Wo arc on the ripht side of 50 , mid have , 11 we hope , m.iny long years before us. If we are rich we hope to become richer. waw If we are poor we hope to become wealthy , and few people who consider old age and a completed career as something distant stop to think of the dutyvc owe to the old folks "ilown in the country. " Th.it is where the majority of the success ful business men came from. In thousands of cases father and mother arc still on the old farm , content to die where they have lived , fr from the strife of city life , close to the soil and nature. Tim year you should sli...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 22 December 1904

THE SICK. fy - - -rr - - . MRS. HENRIETTA MARSH. A VICTIM OF LA GRIPPE. Mrs. Henrietta A. S. Marsh , 709 W. Jfith St. , Los Angeles. Oal. , President Woman's Benevolent Ass'n , writes : "I suffered with la grippe for seven weeks , and nothing I could do or taks helped me until I tried Peruna. "I felt at once that I had at last secured the rfclit medicine niid I kept steadily improving. Within three weeks I was fully restored , nud I am glad that I gave that truly great remedy a trial. I will never be without it again. " In a letter dated August 31 , 1904 , Mrs. Marsh says : "I have never yet heard the efficiency of Peruna questioned. We still use it. 1 traveled through Ken tucky and Tennessee three years ago , where 1 found Peruna doing its pood work. Much of it is being used here ulso. " Henrietta A. S. Marsh. Address Dr. Hartman , President of The Hurtman Sanitarium , Columbus , Ohio. Ohio.Ask Ask jour druggist for a free Peruna Almanac for 1905. A Stickler for Truth. Cassidy Oi w...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 22 December 1904

mfrl. frl. \ M. RISE EDI JOB Mutual compajileK pay inshes in fo discount . L M. RIPE AHXTTEROFHEALIH POWDER Absolutely Pure HAS HO SUBSTITUTE 'NOTICES. Notice to Creditors. THE STATIC or NKJ-.HASKA i In the County CKBRUT Court. IB the matter of. the estate of Christopher C. Itrctthan , 'deceased : T the eredltorg of said estate : Y < m ar hereby notified. That I will sit at the Gh t ? Gcurl Kooni Ih Valentine fn said county , Mi tto 14th day of January. 1903 at 10 o'clock a m. to rewire and examine all claims against * totA eitate , with a > iow to their ad juutm nt and ailriWAtaoe. The time limited for the prtscnta- ffet of claims against said estate is the 14 day of jBiuityA. D. 1005 and i he time limited for piy- : eatQT debts is one year from said 'iGth day of- June 1004. 1004.Witness Witness my hand and the seal of said 881.L County Court tliis2lt day of December N 1904. W. R TOWNE , 494 . County Judge , Order to Show Cause Why License. Should Not.BeGranted to Sell R al _...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Valentine Democrat. — 29 December 1904

M / Historical Society T7 TIT OP"7 A T - \ Bsi r uA L 11 a i i ftfl /v / 1 / I 4 Ki A. / vl . ji _ tJ.VllJ \ J & . % u JL 1 te _ . i . NTKBIlASiVA. DKC KMlJEK 20lv )4 ) NUMBER 50 . , , , , , ntutt mi1 HHI mi \ ij"nn IMIM MIK ni" i n nri' ' ' miimmiai mt * m m i mnifMH > ' i"iirM ril i ifWlliif ri I'H' ' ITfinray xrswi n'ICWTtvr * ' ; * J P As Christmas time is drawing near we wish to call yourat- tention to some of the nice things we have for you. Pocket Knives , Fancy Scissors and Shears , Skates and Silver Ware , 4iV > carry tho most com- plrte line of cutlery shown in the town , including Q , Simmon * * ' " [ Coon Ivuttor" Pocket Knives and the ' "Clauss" brand Shears. $1 Both lines are fully guar- .mnntcod to be the best , and $ ( if not found sati factoj-.x < - . in every way , are ex- changt able. "NVc also carry a complete Mmof "Klipper Klub n Skates , all sizes and prices , Skate Sharpeners , Skate Straps , Skate Bags , etc. , etc. Call and inspect our line of R...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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