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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 30 September 1899

SATURDAY.. .SEPTEMBER 0, 1899 ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY BY DOOTHIT, Publthr. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. DAILY c -ymaa -00 Month. f- Moonths 1 -WEEKLY jm Year, by ma., Six months. ....... fl 50 76 DON'T BE DEPENDENT. The Times-Mountaineer is in receipt of a circular issued by the Lewiston Commercial Club setting up the advan tages to be gained and the benefits that would occur from the opening of the Columbia-river to navigation above The Dalles, or rather by the building of a portage road around the r.pias Kot.maAn Th Dalles and Uelilo. ine circular goes on to eay that a portage KilmTffliiibe "built for the modest appropriation of $250,000 in addition to the $200,000 still remaining of the imot nlloi nnnrnpriation. We wnw iiiwn.j rr . MilmittAthat fullv 30.000,000 bushels of wheat will be affected by the cheap ening of transportation by such open ing nf t.h river: at only five cents - reduction per bushel in freight charges this , would mean $1,500,000 per year sayed to the Inland Empire, or m...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 30 September 1899

SATURDAY.. SEPTEMBER 30, 1899 ITEMS IN BRIEF. From Wednesday's Daily. Earl Sanders lecture will begin at " 8:15 this evening. Do not miss any of it by coming lata. J. A. Speer and wife and Miss E. II Black are in the city from the Warm Spring Agency. Will H. See, the well known Warm SDrioca merchant, is a guest at the Umatilla House. The Columbia Packing company re celved a fine band of prime beef cattle from Klickitat county parties yester day. ; . ' Fourteen care, each of 60,000 pounds carrying capacity, baye been received at La liranae, ior naming oeeis to toe sugar factory. C. L. McKenna, Supreme Secretary of the United Artisans, will be in the ' city Friday evening and desires to meet all members of that lodge at C. E. Bayard's office at 8 o'clock. Theodore Liebe, the talented young optician and jeweler, accompanied by Sam Thurmau,left today on a ousineas trip through the Interior. They will begone about three-weeks and before returning will attend the Antelope and Prloevllle f...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 30 September 1899

c SATURDAY., SEPTEMBER 30, 1899 ITEMS IN BRIEF. From Saturday' Daily. C. Glime, of the Colorado Midland is in the city. Hush Glenn left on the boat this morning for Portland. Earnest Sheerar is in the city from his home at Cross Keys. Charles Solomon, a prominent busi ness man of Prineville is in the city. W. H. Millison, a prominent Crook county stockman is in the city today. II. J. Anderson, of Dufur, made the Mountaineer office a pleasant call to- day- , L. O'Brien the Klickitat county sheep king Is visiting Dalles friends today. H. T. Bijrham arrived from Van couver last evening and is the guest of Albert Baldwin. John Little left today for his home at Antelop, and the boys Bay he rode out on a brake beam. Father Delman, of Astoria, was in the city yesterday and left for his home on the afternoon train. Miss Gertrude Holmes, of the Holms business college, is in the city ' as the guest of Mrs. George Blakeley. Glenn Ferguson, son of George Ferguson arrived in the city last even i...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 7 October 1899

'3 "Uf .'"is't'-iff T.i ' i in 1 .( . af I . ..laSaftlia". -w ijfST-a.f.rir.v , . ::T""- - -- THE DALLES .-, OREGON A FipiARI- TINE DISPLAY I and that the Venezuelan government is treating with him. Business is be in? resumed, says Hemphill's dispatch, and affairs look more settled. ALL. FOB DEWEY. Fifty ThoaHanrt Men In the Land Parade at New York. NeW YOrk Did HOnOrS tO ade yesterday capped the cli max. Dewey. EVENTFUL DAY IN LUZON New York, Sept. 29. Lons before annriae the Blue Jackets on Admiral Dewey's flagship were hard at work preparing for the most magnificent naval demonstration that baa ever taken place in an American port. A like activity was In progress on other sea fighters riding at anchcr. The scene was a glorious one as the , eun's rays glistened on the white sides "of the larger " vessels and the black hnlla af small ones. The weather could not have been more beautiful. Dewey made his appearance shortly after eight o'clock in undress uniform At 1 o'clock sharp the ...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 7 October 1899

WEEK-,. jtxr Ycr, by mail. Six month , ml 80 T5 MACE DEGENERATION. The following editorial which up oeared in Sunday' Orezocian is worthy of consideration by all think in it people: Evolution baa been put into mail's hands, but how Is be discharging the duty? When nature was working alone, or with tbe almost passive help of gravity and beat, plant ana brute, her eye was single to advancement. cruel only to be kinl, she picked out the good and sound for survival and sent the patterns marred in making into oblivion. But mat seems to be different. Co operation stood him in -. good stead hile he was getting on his feot, but now he carries it to auch extremes that the prospect may well excite alarm. In our desire to pro Hot the weak and lift up the falleL, we hive set in motion forces that seem certain to enfeeble tbe coming genera tions. In tho October Forum, Profesncr Fetter, of Stanford university, enuu era tea some of the retrograde niov, - men is in augurated or accelerated by the p...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 7 October 1899

til a. ;vt' SATURDAY OCTOBER 7, 1899 ITEMS IN BRIEF. From Wednesday's Dolly. F'. W. Silvertooth is in the city from Antelope. E. C. Fitzpatrick, of Tygh Vaiki is in the city. . John McCorkle is in tbe city from his home at Tygh. John Fulton and wife, o( Bless, are guests. at the Umatilla House. George H. Patterson, of Antelope, returned from a visit to Portlaad lat evening. Indian Agent Cowan, of tbo Warm Springs reservation came up from ' Portland on the overland train last night. Dr. O. C. Hollister will be in the city from Portland on Friday to vit.it his old patients and attend to busi ness matters. - Mrs. Charles Lauer left on tbe boat this morning for Portland, where she will visit relvatives and friends for some time and also take in the ex position. Prof, Lundell will meet the ladies' singing class this evening at 7 o'clock at the residence of Dr. Riue hart. All ladieb who desire to join tbe class should be present or send their names, as it is necessary to attend from the b...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 7 October 1899

SATURDAY....... OCTOBER 7, 1899 ITEMS IN BRIEF. From Saturday's Daily. J. Nace of Hood River, is registered at the Umatilla House. W. W. Hodson, of Centerville, is a guest at the Umatilla House. .Jacobsen returned this morning from a business trip through the country east of this place. : SaT day services at St. Paul's church, Rev. .Geo. Leslie pastor. Morning . prayer at 10:30 a. M. Holy communion and sermon at 7:30 p. M. Sunday school at 12:15 noon. Hiss Myrtle Michell went io Port - land this morning where will spend a week visiting friends and attending the exposition. Mrs. Mary Lewis, accompanied by her children and Miss Maud Lewis, who has been visiting at the home of W. H. Holmes, in Salem, arrived in The Dalles yesterday en route to their home on Juniper Flat. Rev. Ulysses T. Hawk, the new pas tor of the M. . church will begin his labors in this city tomorrow. Mr Hawk is not only an able churchman, but a genial gentleman, who will win the esteeifl of all who know him. G. E. ...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 14 October 1899

a) rorlUiid Library HIUirAIVEIK, VilnieXUT CONSOLIDATED 1882. THE DALLES. OREGON. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 14, 1899. NO. 41 TIKKt-HOrXTitlMBRB. XIII Ik ENGLAND AND THE BOERS Both Countries Waiting an Opening". London, Oct. 6. All reliable intel licence from South Africa pc ids to a continuation of the exiatiu? situation - for some time, as both sides are appa rently diffident about commencing an attack, altbouzb from dispatches re ceived here it seems aa if the move ment of a patrol, and every cloud of dust made by the herd of cattle, were turned into a general advance by both armies. The delay tends for good, inasmuch as it gives time for further negotia tions, and today's indications ap parently show a willingness on the part of the British government to con tinue to utilize diplomacy. A well de fined conviction is prevalent that the foreign office is trying to discover a way out of the impasse which has been created by the admitted mistakes and miscalculations, and it is evi Jent that t...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 14 October 1899

2J i : 1899 ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY BY t. DOUTHIT,Publlh. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. DAILY c ay ma Months , Moonths. $n.ou 3.tK 1.50 WEEKLY jmeYear, by mail., bix months. $1 M 75 . WONDERFUL SUGGESTIONS President Scburmau, in his add at the opening of the Scholastic year of Cornell university the other cay spoke at some length on the subject of exDansion. . Just a year before he argued strongly that we should not take the Philippine islands f n m Spain and now he"goes on tryii.i. to give reasons for changing his opinion Scburmao is as slippery as he Is un reliable, and the president, imagining thic h wnilded some influence -in the East, thought it might be good policy to buy him over with an office or tickle his inordinate vanity with soup distinction, so he made him president of as useless a commission as the world ever saw. The United States having taken the islands, what shall be done with them? This he thinks is -'a grave nnpsiinn." and after drawing several T. ' thousand dollars to deci...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 14 October 1899

L 13 .OCTOBER 14, 1800 ITEMS IN BRIEF. From Wednesday's Duily. John Fulton, of Biggs, is ic ihe city Oscar A. Van Hoy, of Goldendale ia In the city. a a nu in in the city from bis home near Hood River. Alexander McLennon.of Antelope, is a guest at the Umatilla House. Attorney Dan Roberts will leave for his home in Spokane this evening. Pdi. fiodfrr.v. of Five-mile, leu on the boat for Portland this morning. Geo. E. Stewart returned last night from a visit to his old home at Hills- boro. Metropolitan Opera Company the event of the seasou Saturday October 14th. Mrs. Fred Houghton went to Port land on the delayed train yesterday evening. James O. Elton leaves for Pullman, Wash., this evening to enter the Puil man college. J. W. Berry, the traveling repre sentative of the Armour Packing Co, left oj last nights traio. fWnr 200 was subscribed by our citizens to hear Mikado by the Metro polltan Opera Company. Frank Savage, the popular represent ative of the North Western .Rillroad, is in t...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 14 October 1899

SATURDAY OCTOBER 14, 1899 ITEMS IN BRIEF. From Saturday's Daily. E. C. Warren, the popular traveling salesman, is in the city. Dr. Eshelman is in the cily from hie home at Dufur. Mrs. Rue was a vasseoser on the boat for Lyle this morning. Matthew A. Thorbourn, of Kingsley, U in from his home near Kiogsley Henry, Edward and John Bolton, of Kinjfsley, were in the city last evening. Mrs- Robert Kelly returned last evening from a two day's visit to Dufur and vicinity. Mrs. Charles Schmidt and Miss Roecoe went to Lyle on the Regulator today where they will spend the dy, A. J. Dufur and family, who l.uve been spending a few weeks at Dufur will return to their home in Portland this afternoon. Misses Lna Thompson and Julia and Clara Nickeluon, left for Portland thU morninir where they will vuil friends and attend the exposition. G. W. Johnston, of this city, left on the boat for Portland today where he will attend the exposition and visit his daughters who 1 eside in that city. There will b...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 21 October 1899

Portland Library r MtnITAHBKK, VluieHXT CONSOLIDATED 1882. THE DALLES. OREGON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1899. NO 42 IIMBS-MOIJIITAIBiBKB. " BOERS GET FIRST BLOOD 7 English Armored Train DestroyedFifteen English Killed. London, Oct. 13. The Evening NewS publishes tne following dispatch (mm Cane Town: Armored train has been destroyed south of Maleking. TMtMa British trooDS killled. Boers ahelled the wreckage after' the train . was destroyed." An official diBDatch received at the Colonial office says: "Armored train was destroyed near Kraaipan station . while on the way to Mafekinjr with (runs." This disposes of the fear that manr women and abildren were in volved in the disaster. LONDON, Oct. 13. A dispatch from Paris late this afternoon says' the Boers, with twelve euns, are preparing . to assault Mafeking. London, Oct. .13. The announce ment that Boers destroyed an armored train on the western border of the transvaal is calculated to bring home to the man in-tbe-street" the realities o...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 21 October 1899

ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY BY DOUTHIT, Publlatiar. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. DAILY ea ay mail 6.00 Months 8.00 Moonths 1.60 WEEKLY On Year, by mail 1 SO bix months. ..... .......... 75 SATURDAY. .GTOBER 21, 1899 THE PHILIPPINE WAR. That the war in the Philippines will be prosecuted, whether right or wrong, 19 a foregone conclusion, unless con gress shall, at the next session, call a halt, and this is altogether unlikely, since congress will be under the same influence that controls the administra tion. Nevertheless the fact that it will be prosecuted does not remove from it the stigma of being unjust, for It is waged simply upon the excuse of might, to subjgate a people who have a right to govern themselves. There are but two reasons advanced, except . that of gain to trade, why the war should be prosecuted. They are that, whatever might have been or should be, the Philippine islands- are in fact a part of the United States, and as ' such, are subject to national control, therefore any of the ...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 21 October 1899

(3) 8ATURDAY QCTOBER I, 1899 ITEMS IN BRIEF. From Wednesday's Daily. V. A. and F. H. Phelps, ol Lyic. are in the city. John F. Durman, of Wasco, ia yisil ing The Dalles today. B. M. Norton and wife, of Nopa, Cal are risitin? in the city, Charles Butler, the Port Townsend cattle buyer, is in the city, B. F. P. Simmons and daughter, of Portland, are guests of the Umatilla house. Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Doak and H. D Dunham, of Hay Creek, are visiting in the city. Mr. and . Mrs. w. D. Hardin? re turned last night from a week's visit in Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Aerin, proprie tors of the Trout Lake dairy, spent the day in the city. J. C. Ward, J. H. Cox, E. J. Friend, M. P. and J. H. Foster.all of Kingsley, were in the city last night Mrs. J. W. Smith, of Prineville, came up from Portland last ereniog and left this morning for home. The next attraction In . the theater line will be a "Breezy Time" at the Vogt, next Monday evening. Walter S. Moss, ' advertising agent for. the "Breezy Tim...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 21 October 1899

SATURDAY OCTOBER 14, 1899 ITEMS IN BRIEF. From Saturday's Daily. Thoe. Balfaur, of Lyla, was in the elty last evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Murcbie are in the city from Wasco, w Hon. J. W. Morton, of Hood River, U at the Umatilla House. : Ben Mannering a'prominent Golden dale merchant is in the city. D.F.Fulton and wife, of Wasco, : are at the Umatilla House. . George Whiteis, propprietor of "The Fair" of Heppner is in the city. D. B. Gilbreth and wife of Fifteen mile returned from Portland lasteven in. William Rymers, of Sumpter, Ba. ker county, is visiting friends in The Dalles. ' Mrs. J. 8. Fish and brother, N. J. - Sinnott, returned from Portland last ' evening. " ' ' . . Ladies of the Lutheran church will have a bazaar during Thanksgiving . week to raise church debt. St. Paul's Guild are preparing to give in the near future a lecture con cert by local and outside talent. ' John McGall is in the elty from the Bonanza mine, in Baker county, visit ing his sister Mrs. Theo Seufert. R...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 4 November 1899

I Por"'""i r.n.P S 11 HdUMTAISEBB. Volute XXXV CONSOLIDATED 1882. THE DALLES, OREGON, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 4, 1899. tIMEA-MOOITAISEEB, XIII NO 44 u mtiiwjefo NO GLAD HAND FOR REGIDOR Aeruinaldo's Envoy Not to be Reeognized. New Yoek. Oct. 27. A special to the World from Washington says: Secretary of State Hay, when asked if Senor Regidor, the Filipino envoy, would be permitted to appear before the Philippine commission, said: . "I have heard that he contemplated vlsitlnz the United Stales and would present some such plan as that outlined by the newspapers. He would have no official or diplomatic status in Washington, either as agent of the . Filipino insurgents or as a diplomatic representative of the socalled Filipino government. The Question of his being heard by the Philippine peace commission rests entirely with the commission itself. The state depart men is not concerned in the matter in any way." : From a confidential source, it is . learned that Senor Begidor will em- . ploy as...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 4 November 1899

ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY BY SOUTMIT, Publlhr. SUBSCRIPTION RATE 8. DAILY em my mU. Month Mooaths.... WEEKLY 6.00 8.00 1.60 CRM Yr, by BmH 1.60 Six month 75 SATURDAY... NOVEMBER 4. 1899 ENGLAND AND THE BOEBS, The war between Great Britain and the Boers of South Africa is deplored . throughout the civilized world, for war is ever cruel. As a noted Ameri can general once said, "war is hell, . and never settles anything right.'' But this war ie doubly deplored for the fact that it is a case of might on the one hand and right on the other. England can find no excuse for waging war against the South African repub lic, except that she want3 to possess that territory, and because sne is mighty she will possess it. History shows that Great Britain has no right there that has not been conceded by the Boers, and the only explanation of the present attitude of the empire toward the Boer republic is that the British see an opportunity to accumul ate wealth by absorbing the Transvaal and the Orange ...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 4 November 1899

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 4, 1899 ITEMS IN BRIEF. From Wednesday's Daily. Mrs. C. F.U'Ren, of Ripgeway .lnlU In thA AlfcV. Nate Bayard, a promlneut capitalist of Antelope, to In the city, Jnhn Ronn was a nasseneer on the Flyer this morning for Portland, Emlle Schanno returned last even ing from a visit to Hood River, Mrs. M. Gilmore left on last evening's train for a short 'visit , to friends in Heppner. iLf. a T nnmrlas. Geo. Rotbe- tflMfllO, - rav and D. A. McDonald, of Dufur, are in the city. Mrs. Lottie Chappell and son and w -ciian rinnilnns nf Goldendale. - juro tiiu" i i are vlsltlnir In the city. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bruslck, of Sll ver Lake, are here visiting friends and buying supplies for the winter, Mrs. T. J. Stephenson, of Wheeler county, is In the city today en reute to . Illinois to spend the winter, Jnir McGrail. who has been visit- ing relatives here the past two weeks, Iuim fnnlcht for Butte. Montana, Hon, B. S. Huntington is in Pendle ' T" - 7 ton. he being one of the atto...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 4 November 1899

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 4, 1899 ITEMS IN BRIEF. ' From Saturday's Daily Trnmao Butler went to Portland to day. Airs. V. C. Brock, of Wasco, la visit ing in the city. Hon. F. N. Jones is in from his farm near Bakeoven. ' Mrs. C. W. Johnston, of Dufur, is visiting in the city. The La Grande sugar factory has commenced work for the season. C. M. Zumwalt and D. C Roberts, of . Wamio, were in the city last night. Today wheat Is worth 50 cents for No. 1 anl from 46 to 48 for poorer grades. ' Mrs. Kate Roche went to Portland on the morning train to attend the ex position. ' Henry Odell, a prominent sheep ' raiser from Paulina. Crook county, is in the city. Baker City will have a free delivery mail svstem inaugurated during the coming month with four carriers. Mrs. H. C. Leavitt, of Portland was iflitinir In the citv todav. add will leave on the afternoon train for home The Journal predicts that the Co lumbia Southern road will be running trains into Grass Valley within two months. Rev. G. Rushin...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 11 November 1899

c-0 X t r f . f t BMW K9VHTAIMBBK, Volmi TIHKS-XODHTAI9KER. I1.6 CONSOLIDATED 1882. THE DALLES. OREGON, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 11, 1899. NO 15 Imparts that peculiar lightness, sweetness, " : , v and flavor noticed in the finest cake, short r cake, biscuit, rolls crusts, etc., which ex pert pastry cooks declare is unobtainable..; ' by. the use of any other leavening agent Made from pure,, grape cream oi tartar ROYAL BAKING THE RUMOR NOT No Notification: .That : White is Surrounded. London. Nov. 3. While there ia a habit here to assume that the news of Boer victories-emanating,' from the . continent cannot be true because of . the censorship,, the fact is forgotten i . huh iorigu KUVoruivouH o , iu.j . privileged to send and. receive cipher M 1 z , messages to and from their represent tivea In South Africa. ' While the wires to Ladysmlth are - . . -it i n aa ..1 J a. ... cut, toe opbusm ot nuo war uuiuim w ' even believe that Ladysmlth was com ; pletely invested or Colenso;tcaptured, . ap...

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