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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 31 August 1899

I X Kh I- New Iootal Molit J Drtlf r The poMoHice department has adopted a new style of money order winch it is hoiH d will be moro convenient nnd nt isfactory than the old pattcrnund which will be gradually installed The new orders nre considerably smaller thnn those formerly used and much resemble the bank draft in sio and shape Con cerning tho new money order the Sioux Uity Tribune says They will bo accompanied by two adjuncts tho advico from the olllce where tho order is issued to the one where it is to bo paid nnd a receipt to the remitter The advice will be sim ply a carbon reproduction of the order and the receipt will also bo reproduced in most particulars by tho carbon pro cess On the baclc of tho order will be n space for tho statu of banks through which it may rass Tho paper will be 1 ght blue with lines in geometrical lathe work pattrrn in a darker shade of the same color In tho center will beau escutcheon with tho words Postal Mon ey Order in capital letters in two shad...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 31 August 1899

s i fr i if i f ta Vk M I 1 B 3 1- J 8 Great Haste is Not Always Good Speed Special Mail Edition of Randall Irving Tylers Books of Modern Fiction Four Months After Date A Business Romance The Blind Goddess Being a Tale of To day Show ing Some of the Undercur rents of a Big City In these books Tyler has struck a new and popular vein You cant put them down unfinished but you read them a sec ond or third time They make people stop and think Both books are handsomely illustrated and printed on fine paper If you get one youll want the other so send for both Four Months After Date 50 cents The Blind God Joss 50 oents Special Mail Order Edition tent promptly postpaid on receipt of price The Stuyvesant Publishing Co j 233 Broadway New Vark rf cMany people trust to luck to pull them through and are often disappointed Do not dilly dally in matters of health With it you can accomplish miracles With out it you are no good Keen the liver kidney bovwils nnd Mood healthy bv thetiso of llonda Snr n...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 31 August 1899

t ifc t 73 l Extensive Improvements at Norfolk Sugar Factory WILL BE A 400 TON PLANT One Hundred Men Engaged in Making Repairs INVESTMENT OF AT LEAST 35000 lToxprilM lur a It It Crop or licet the Miit lor Yi iirn IturwHt Will Cointiicnrii Aliout tint Mlililln of Mitninlior mid the Inctory Will Itrclu on tliu UIHIi lint few oven in tliis city renlizo tho magnitude of tho improvements being niiitlc this year by tho Amoricnn Beot Sncar company in the Norfolk factory While it hits been known in a gonorul wny thut tho pant was being repaired it was not underhtood that in nmny in stances the repairs amount alomst to tho rebuilding of portions of tho factory Yet such is tho case and when tho cam paign of 1SI opens it will be found that the plant will no longer be rated as a HiO ton factory but that its capacity has been increased so that it will cut about 4K tons every 21 hours Work was begun on tho repairs about tho first of May when W men were given employment and six weeks ago the for w...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 31 August 1899

i m cr n t i i I - V 10 - i ft J M A w v THfi NORFOLK NEWS THURSDAY AUGUST 31 1890 THE FIRST FM OTODHCEWT JOHNSON DRY GOODS MMAMMiMAMdMakMMMAMMriMAMAAAMrfMAMhiiaMMA Our Immense Stock of FALL and WINTER MERCHANDISE is Now Fast Arriving Our stock will be materially larger and superior to any we have ever offered We have spent three weeks among the mills and import agents of New York City and to get every benefit in price have bought all goods in large quantities We propose to offer our trade the great est assortment of uptodate fall merchandise ever seen in northeast Nebraska and at prices lower than all competition mikmitm WE INVITE YOU TO OUR STORE Look and get prices freely No customer is ever drummed to buy goods against their own judgment in our store Our highest aim is to respect the wishes and comfort of all Make yourself at home with us Do your waiting in our store and let us be of any service to you we can Respectfully THE JOH NSON DRY GOODS COMPANY A I V

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 31 August 1899

t 1 k School Commences Monday Y o u i children will need SHOES We ure prepared to furnish you all kinds of SCHOOL SHOLS from the Cheapest to the best Davenport Brothers NORFOLK LODGE NO 97 A 0 U W Meets in Odd Follows Hall on tho first and Ihinl Kridajs of each month Visiting broth ers cordially invited to attotid nil our meotitiRH W R HotTman Financier I Mini Kelt Ho eorder C O Uolnu Mastor Workman SIMPSONS CORNER Olllco HnrdyB Coal Olllco Clood storage room Two good rooms upstairs one large i ale room down stairs for rent Money to loan on real estate Come and see me when you want in surance J E SIMPSON Perpetual Motion is realized in the continual dancing some of our competitors keep up follow ing our bales and watching the dray loads we send out We sell Furniture and China Another one of those extra large cars came in yesterday Call and see the goods and get the prices W R HOFFMAN For first class mer chant tailoring see My Tailor where you will have suits well made and trimmed wh...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 31 August 1899

v m t V I hv iw i wjW 12 2BSTT m rmimw lilOlfi OVBR TI1KRI DARING DELDSOP AMERICAN BOYS IN THE PHILIPPINES rrlrntr lliilmnitw Irltc Tor SutIiik ii ItrlilKf MnfT Olllicr iriHK Ilrm c llnw rnpturi litluii Inllnlil hroiitv mill Tlulr Tuuil llnil ICopyrlclit 1W vv Amrrlrnti Irem Annn cnition 1 KIttlJUAIMlIO rcHllM if like ilirtls In tlif fnruir llilllp iilncs ninki tin IIIOHt of HOIIIO few IUHlniiccM of Holtllifls ilnrlni ltllt UllW imltlicH iniivly hUIiii tliiHiirriUo of liliiKMioiiinn tie mill 12 very ooin pnny In contact Willi tlit wily mill cruel Kill lllllll Iiiih 1 1 H hero and every encounter whetlior hat tie HklrtulNli or moiit llrlnpi to tho front Homo lmio mn it Krom the ranlcs io a lleuteniincy at a hIiikIo liountl Is tlie Ktory of n Kiillniit Dakota lioy kIv on below Koine win prizes others ulin ply do ttielr duty and display that nervo which ls tliu limine of this truu soldier A Dakotan of ninrvelous nerve ls lrlvato Smith of Company 13 Klrst South Dakota volunteers Smith w...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 7 September 1899

PHHr M aw Erf w Hi1 - - r i7 4f The Norfolk Weeexy News KAISER HOLDS THE KEY Fate of Captain Dreyfus Rests With Emperor William HUMBERT WILL FOLLOW HIS LEAD If Silnvwi tylinpiirn In Allowed to llve TvMlinnnjr AcUlttnl Ji lleilltteil Otherwise Ciiiivlettnn Ih Certain I11 borl unit luminal CI111I1 Hknnis Sept 7 Tlio salvation of Captain Dreyfus hangs on n word from Kinpcror William It is the genimil opinion horo if the kaiser consuntH to allow Colonol Sohwurtzkoppen tho German military uttacho in Paris in 1814 to testify before tho court mar tial or send a deposition or what is considered still more probable to allow his deposition to bo accompanied by tho actual documents mentioned in the bordereau then Dreyfus is saved If the emperor however decides that it is not in tho interests of Germany for Colonel Soli war tzkoppen to intervene then Dreyfus enso is hopeless and his condemnation certain Tho eyes of Prance aro looking across the frontier to Stuttgart where tho kaiser is stay ing...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 7 September 1899

4 11 i U N 1 i n I V i I J ilTJBftTlfc AJig S0fcau KHGKFTION APTBRMATIL Sonic Features Too Late Yesterdays Report for DRILL8HY TIIC LAMBS OOMPANIES A Ircrt llnnro In tlm Opnm Honnr Ilro unrka SI null li tlio Nliimi Ilium MllltiHJ llntiil mill Ollmr A ntttiniit Ilglit in WI1I11I1 OnoWim Aliiuml Hlllwl Tiik Nrww report of Mm Madison reception closed with tho exorcises nt tho opera house Tnoim being ovortho viiHt crowd amused themselves us thoir individual inolinatiotu dletutodsonio onjoyoil 11 rout in u Hhudy nook or on tho wilts provided some watched tho minriii mi tlm streets others took u whirl on tho in nvl donco nt nil such entertainments itnil still others promenaded nround tho city looked upon tho crowds and look In tho sights A fow yos n few boood gambled nt tho vnriouH devices anil quarolled and fought In tho Iiobo race nl though ono of tho official tlmoss fulled to catch tho tinio it was finally dooidoil that tho MikUpoii team had mado tho rnoo in somothlug llko 50 HocondH a...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 7 September 1899

4 V- w 1 OPRNINfiKIIOOLS Vacation is Over and Work Be gins Tomorrow THE ASSIGNMENT OF TEACHERS Numrs of Thooe Who Will lluo ClmrRo of llm Vnrlnun Dopiirliiintit mill Irmlcs of the City Schools lor the Coining Nine Montlm From Mondioe Dull Tho vaciitlou is ovor nud tomorrow nioining the school bt lls will itgiun ring out murrily For threo months both tcachtrs nud pupils lmvo liwu resting recreating or working as circumstances warranted Boitie spending tho vncntion by tnking u trip others by camping out and still others by earning a few extra dollars in one war or another How ever tho flays have been spent they lmvo quickly pus ed away yet tho pu pils all are ready to go iuto the school tomorrow prepared to quickly get down to solid work realizing that whnt they learn now will provu of incalenliblo benetlt to them in after life when they como to go out iuto the world for them selves Following is tho assignment of teach ers as the schools will lie opened tomor row under the direction o...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 7 September 1899

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Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 7 September 1899

f V N - - FL0H5HEIMSk WENS SHe0 x ilium - ifllllJll Davenport Bros Dealers in 1 Fine Shoes Norfolk - Nebraska NORFOLK LODGE NO 97 A 0 U W Moots In Odd Follows Hall on tho Bret nnil third Fridays of encli month broth ers cordially Invitod to atteud nil our iiiooHuks W K HotTmnn Financier L HnrKvlt Ro eordor C U lolau Unstor Workman SIMPSONS CORNER OHlco Hardys Coal Olllce Good storage room Two good rooms np3tairs one large Bale room down stairs for rent Money to loan on real estate Come and see mo when you want in surance J E SIMPSON ANNOUNCEMENT Mr LuilwiK KopinKi toiii italics to iiiiiiouiice Unit hit full I fnn opens mm Hit t vttrin of liiichiiiK it twjcil upon tlio laws of relaxation The object which Iiiih iiIuiiu heon lut in vw if how to iiuhhMhu pupil to Krnii in thu fiihi tbt compruhoiihiblo way thu innt h of fncth ruliH etc which imiko up tlio iiuxlerii mt of piano plnjiiiK For purtictiliiib apply at hit- studio in the Koenilein block H BeaUtifJl Dining Room Fitted up with so...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 7 September 1899

I SB l -S in Y I iSJK X m i f k f fife1 tk II M Vi Ljli M m I 1 I I 1 I - 5 lJsvr 9 ft Word to Doctors We have tho highest regard for tho medical profession Our jiiepnrntions irc not sold for tlic purposoof antagon izing them but i at iter n an aid Wo lay it down ns un established truth that internal remedies are positively injuri ous to expectant mothers The distress and discomforts expoiionecd during tho mouths ptcceding ehililbiith enn be al leviated only by external treatment by applying a linimuut that softens and re laxes the over strained muscles We make and sell such a liniment com bining the ingredients in a manner hitherto unknown and call it Mothers Friend Wo know that in thousands of cases it has proved inoie than a blessing to expectant mothcis It oveicomes morn ing sickness It lellevcs tho sense of tightness Headaches cease and dan ger from Swollen Haid and Rising Breasts is avoided Labor itself is bhortoneil and shorn of most of tho pain We know that many doctors reco...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 7 September 1899

i 1 I X N 4 Misled T am frank to say ho j said thnt 1 feel you encouraged my attentions Perhaps she replied but how wns 1 to know whether you wanted to marry me or only to bor row money from father Philadel phia North American The majority of motor cars are now driven by petroleum but n French en gineer recommends the use of alcohol Instead of It and motors are being al tered so as to consume It There Is no fear of explosion with alchohol and it Is suld to bo less costly than petrol eum The Marquis of Salisbury has for many years been an earnest student of chemistry and found time to discover and complete an important chemical process In his prlvnte laboratory at Hatfield the results of which will bo mado known to the world on his bo half at u forthcoming meeting of ono of the learned societies Willie nged 4 noticed the moon in the western sky one morning after sunrise Having never seen both orbs at once he was deeply Impressed and running into the house cxclaimod Oh mamma Ive got a...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 7 September 1899

v i I W I i I ifi r i r - f liti f t i P it t Mu 1 Mil TK TM t ii n I- Ti A f t V 1 4 1 Si I - a jBL r - tf i M C WALKER fxEfSl XSKL SSI it XOri THE 1K A LICK IN FLOUR - FEED Oil and Gasoline TELEPHONIC THE rfcotffrftpfcf4 n Mnui VYim v flvr GXUULT NO 33 Money to Loan ON Real Estate Eiorn B I S Association North Western LINE F E M V R R Is the best to and from the SUGAR BEET FIELDS of North Nebraska GRSEILER oaiw anOfMrwwT j Boarding Barn Horses Bought and Sold Commission Braasch Avenue and Third St on PHONE 44 L L REMBE Practical Plumber and Steam Fitter Agency for the Myers Korea and Wind Mill Pumps Prices Right Satisfaction Guaranteed on all Work First door West of Post Otllce nervita pills Restore Vitality Lost Visor find Mnnhood Cure Impotency Night Hmlsslonsnnd fsra stlng diseases all etlects ot self- I abuse or excess ami Icretion A nurvo tonic and llood builder Brings the fplnk slow to pale cheeks and restores the fire of youth By mall fiOc per box O boxes lor 250 wltli a wr...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 14 September 1899

t 1 N t S wt V Of The Norfolk Weekly News KHQUESTQUICK REPLY British Call on the Boers For I Immediate Answer PRECISE TERMS NOT MADE PUBLIC ilrut 111 Itnlli llrfilllim lu llli Silcr iilnly III All Ioi in Il csldrnl Willi OrmiKn Kino State It cIhIiiii Im inliimlj Awiillnl ill Intm In PiuvrcmiA Sept 14 President Km Kuriiudtliu exeeutivo eouneil met liuru to consider the reply to bo nmdu to the British hecrotury of stnto for tlio colo nics Mr Ohiunberliiin They lire btill conferring by telegraph with the Or unge Free State The decision is unx ioubly awaited by the crowds outside the exeeutivo building The message is not an ultimatum in the generally accepted sense of the word It expresses the hope that Presi dent Krugcr will accept the propositions to relieve the present tension The ouly part which is at all aggres sive is the reiterated declination of the British to discuss the matter of suzer ainty in any shape or form It is believed that the Orange Freo lotuto volksraad will be summ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 14 September 1899

Wfv w ft 4 I F I V 1 I t t r s V r - r ii if h r i i M to J - The Norfolk flus W N HUSK PMbllnUnr Ktrrr OA1IY IKMnlilUlimt IKtf tins- erctt Huuilii 1 rnrrlnr iir rttittf II ninu or rnr 5ui WKKIUV IXnlilinliixl isM Ktf t j Thiirnln 11 nmll pit your 110 Kiitrrpi nt tlm lNnUHl ut Nnrfnll Nel im fKcoud rliir miillnr Tnlrphiinr N 1 e llopiilillriiu SIiiIp OoiMPiitHi Tim rnpnhllrftii nloolorii of llm Unto of Nn lirnokn nrn tiiiiinntiil to mini ililontr rmm tlmlrtiiith riiiuitlitoiinwt in roniiitltn tn tlm clir of OmnlmiinllHirmlny tlio SIM ilny uf Bflt mtwr IKW M J oclock I mi for itnrHii if ltlnclniT In iniiiliiiitlmi onmlliinlw Kir tlio follow luff otllr Oitn JtulKiinf lliiniriiiin Hunt Two rw ut of tho Mitln iiiiIMIhH Ami to trutiMirt moll otliiT huMm M in mil iimtirrl cuinn Imfurn tlm rimwiillnii Tim wiMTiil riiunlliK nro hiiIUIimI In Hpro riiiliitlmi hk follow llm iippoitloiimiiit Im liiu IuimxI upon llii tnln iii t for lion I M llnjwnril for kowiiiii In liix kHIjk Im i loiinU oimili...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 14 September 1899

I m w A -a N V acin Recondcmnation of Dreyfus Causes Indignation EARLY RELEASE 18 HOPED FOR Ill riv Wars mi llnir Islmiil Mil- Ho llhl lo lliliiu n llm ltcitili cmiliM nf tlm SiroiHl Sfiiliiir iT Trn Ypiiis IMhii Torn New llovMiin Hisxrs Sept 11 Droyfus 1ms borno tlio terrible shock of liis conviction with murvclouH fortitude ono niifjht iilmost wiy with unnatural culm Saturday ho heemod stupcliod when M Labori com municated to him the verdict but ho bus since rullicil Ho passed u iuiot tpfjht unci roM when his orderly brought him water ut n in as ho did during tho trial wlien it was necessary Mniluino Droyfus and Mutthicu Droy fus his brother visited him during tho course of tho afternoon his brother sub sequently leaving for Paris Tho ap plication to tho court of revision was taken to him at noon by M Labori s as sistant and ho signed it Ho has spoken but little though ho has seemed in better spirits than might have been anticipated The meeting with his wife was naturally very aff...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 14 September 1899

w k i I f il f it- U ait1 f AFFAIRS JJLMANILA ELIZA ARCHAPD CONNER WRITES OF PRESENT CONDITIONS Jonir or the ntTreln n Mllllni Uni Tlir Inrlllclrnc of Hit It II unrip frrntiiipnt f nlUm J Amerlrnii HoliIU ra Slice In I rortripomloliiT 1 Mamla Inly - -No douht tliu tllOtlgllt llllH OCOIIlTeil 0 IIIONt Of UH that a little inllltariHin occasionally oven In our free country would In a good thing If you have over hud such a thought Manila Ih the pluco to euro you of It Military rule Is a necessary evil at times hut a little of It noes a long way It Is demoralizing to those hi authority this unlimited power of iilmosi life and dealh The military of ficer falls Pito the hahlt of considering himself and his Mud as all there Is tliu civilian as imhody Hven the rea sonlihle iciiuest of a civilian Is to bo denied often merely because thoolllcor Iiiih the power of refusal There Is no body to hold a cheeKreln on hint except Ids own military superior and this one Holdout pulls the string You have...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 14 September 1899

h LA m iii v DRPART FORUNCOLN Members of Company L Leave on Morning Train TO ATTEND ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT TIip Ciimimiiy U Coiiiiom1 of Ten Olllijirt mill il Moil ColniK1 Triicy AriiiiiipniiliH llin HojH WIU In Alurnt Tn lnj Itotl of llio Coiupiilij Kroin Siitiirilnr Dully Tho mombora of company L loft this niorninfc in n spocial car iittnohcd to tho it oclock train of tho l 15 M V for Lincoln to attend tho animal encamp niont of tho Second regiment Tho on cnmpiucnt will last ton days during which tlino tho niomboM composing it will enjoy regular army lifo and recoivo army pay Lieutenant Colonel 15 11 Tracy ac companied tho boys of L and will re mnin during tho encampment Dr J W Jennings formerly pastor of the Methodist church horo but now pastor of tho Trinity Methodist ohurch of Omaha is chnplaiu of tho regiment and will probably be in nttoudanco on tho encampment Arrangements for tho meeting havo beon completed at Lincoln nnd tho con tracts for furnishing the rations havo been awarde...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 14 September 1899

h m I jjmmv u i thefloifolkl4ras Oystors and prairio chlckcnB nro now Mrinit U1 nt tho first table A young lilx of Norfolk Rnys thnt Lit cngngtnniit ring Is mm rontinuoiiB rouuil of pleasure This yonrH rotton crop Is estimated nt llSOOOOO bales ngnlust 12000000 Inst ytnr The loss Is occasioned by Toxns Hoods thu Wlllth proposed Investigation of trusts by tho democracy begin with tlm diver trust which continues to look after Mr Bryan How about tho now wall paper trust just organized in lmiltm for fin 000 000 Is thladuototho fostering inlluonco of tho Dlngley tnrilV Tho Cubans have jirovtsil thulr right to iHHonm American rillv oiiH by tliilr hiHty kicks nud growls nt everything which hns 1koii done for thorn Hon Iniues Hamilton Lewis of Wash ington is n declared onndidnto for tho empty honor of tho kocoiuI place on tho ticket with Hryan nnxt your A serious iiuHtion for democrats to consider is whothor suicldo is a sin in politics If not of course thoy hnvo tho right to koop silver to...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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