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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 12 October 1901

VOL. I. The Country 'Round 11. M. Dtain and family of Hcnict, hjkmjl several day* here taut week. H.C. Oakley returned from a buni ncM trip to la»h Angelcnlant Saturday. 1,. E. Palmer, of \*>* Angeles, ar rived here Tuesday, and will probably locate in the valley. Jacob First and faily reached here few day* ago from Phoenix, Arizona. and expect to make their home in the valley. J. Khampaign wan here Saturday and Sunday from Moneta. He selec ted a piece of land in the valley near Imperial. W. \V. Mastcn came in Sunday from bin construction camp, and reported work work progressing very nicely, ami that he is all the time adding more teams and men to his force. Mr*. L. C. Vickrey. who has been stopping in !<<>* Angeles f*»r several weeks, joined her husband here Mon day, and they are now established in their new Imperial residence. L. 11. Shapard, «»f Union City. Ten nessee, arrived here Tuesday. Mr. Shapard sees a great change of scen ery, climate and land— but all for the...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 12 October 1901

2 Imperial Press s lurday, o»t. i.\ iooi PACIFIC COAST ITEMS A CONDENSED REPORT OF TMF WEEKS HAPPENINGS The San Prancuco Strike Th« Stumboat Trmt- "H<lio" 0;t!» Ktpt Busy— A Million in Gold Chncsc Entiu* San Diego connty ha* a pr.i:a crrp this year «"f 50.000 ton.*. Three thousand black bass are to be planted in tbo «*tor, ol San i««qiiiii county. The nuke and DuchCiJi of Corny!!, arc receiving a W*l welcome lalho,r ; tmreU through Ue Canadian rror inccs. Uunrr ba*. it that an attempt i* be-) '.1 the e^ panlea in the northern r^rt <>•"*; SttU owning and operating river steamboats. Minrs at Nanalmo. B.C Jj catch on nre and ?cw|ve men lo«e their live n a ?ain attempt to subdue the Barnes a - tcr all the miners had esrapeJ froru^ the workings. X, a result of the San Francisco strike being declared off some fourteen himdrcd cars have been released a ; San Jom*. and are now employed In moving t^e grain crop. A Chinaraan appeared at a back Ja Grass Valley and offered for sale wha...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 12 October 1901

FROM CALEXICO Cameron Camp Mas Been Made a town Other Items of Interest from the Boundry Settlement. I**m« Coffcipondtncc I'erhap* it would !»<• well enough to rxplaiu that Calcxico in what ban pro* viouidy been known n* Cameron, the town having been recently laid out on the boundary line between the United Htatcs and Mexico and thus named, the name is a combination of Califor nia and Mexico. Kvcrybody it busy cutting sorghum, and it said to be yielding from live to seven ton* to the acre. Home are get ting the second crop. There will lie a large acreage of alfalfa and barley put in through thin section thin fall. |'r<»f. Carr r«*i*»rt* that the rcliool i* l>ro|frc**if)K nicely. He *ay* that •M'ut», de»k», blackboard etc., were re ceived at the hclkmi! Monday, which ad«l much to the comfort of the pupils and al»o the instructor. Average at tendance in fjood and number increan ing by many fainilicn moving in and all making an effort to strike tempor ary camp in reach of the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 12 October 1901

4 Our Working Girls. U feint he mn*t fftr.ired i*notftltrar« full «'f sunshine, but Ul the nrer«t»*<» Aim ricftn jrirl or «rom4o who i« ol»lic«*«l t«i nork for her UHnjT. «»<!. jvrhap* to help other* ftt home, life »* often A hoAtv drAj: in con*^juenro of Illncftft. Women Who trork. CtpCCllUljf tho« nho nr«* eonsktAnUy on their f»^et. nr* pwulinrly lUblfl t*^ the artrlonmrnt of orpinic tr«Mihle*. nnd should jvtr* tioilarlv h*s-.l the first manifestation*, MJrh as l».i« karhc. jv»in* in the lower limb* *nd l<««er pArt of the Momftrh. irregular wxd jwinful mouthly jKricKis fM W i:.!u» ri.i.'a Dxxxxxm, n. Eocnrrm, Onw. f»,intne^«. weakness, loss of appetite ami fJtH'p. The youn£ lady "irhi^v portrait we publish hejywith'had ali these sytnp- U>.-a, and in addition loucorrhoca, ami was curvtl by Lydia H Pinkuaxa'* Yep c t able Compound. First, she wntto a letter to Mrs. I*inkhanjft lal>- OTitorv at Lynn. Mass., describing her trouble. re<*e:T<Nl in reply accurate in-...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 12 October 1901

The Stimulus of Pure Blood That in what is required l»y every organ of tlio txxly, for tlm proper i>crformanco »>f its functions. It prevents biliouAiiCAfl, dyjipcp- nia, constipation, kidney cornjilalnt, rlictimntistn, catarrli, iiervouaMeKH, ueakncßH, faintnens, pimples, l»lotchcfl, nnd all cutancouH erup- tions, It jKirfcctfl all the vital processes. W. V. Krcton. WtKvJ.tork, Aln.. t.«.k lloml'fl Har<«n|inril!n to inako '•- \At**\ pure. 110 vrltc* Hint h* hrt'l not f«lt well Iml tirt'l for ><>m«- llfnr, lU'totP lie had llnl*li«<l tin* t!r»t iH.ttlt- of th!* iiu<||rinn he frit l»«tt« r at,. l nlun lt<- 1. 1 . taken '!.<■ mriiixl «ai liko Knottier mmi- fr««- fr<»m tlial Urn! fcclfutc iti'l alilc to ilo tain work. Hoods Sarsaparilla Promises to cure nnd kfcps thrj promiHc. Accept no substitute, t>ni j^rt Ifood's today. A rn.fr«n»ir on Itott Itiu. A fctoty U told about a wt-11 known ((.vftird ilon who kiit«\v more nbout the trav**l« of t"lyss«!4 tl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 12 October 1901

6 Imperial Press Published ever? Haturti*} at Imperial, Ssn Dltgo Count?, C*L fjtnrr C. Iff**, G4lt*r snd m*nsqtr SUBSCRIPTION: Or* yew • 51.50 Sl* Moath* • • • «7S ADDRESS: iMfgsiAiPiKSSt Imper ial. San I>iepv» County. Calif. Kntrrcd at the Imperial. California lV*toflk* a* «econd<UM mail manrr. Saturday. Oct. 12, 1901. MORE NEWS OF THE VALLEY J. IX. Paraxette attired here from Pomona Wednesday with a party of land seeker*. According to the San Dicgan- Sun A. E. Dodson, J. T. Wright and A. C. Younkin arc some where in the Imperial country. They left there last Thursday to spend about four weeks in this part of the county. All of these gentlemen own land under the Imperial canal system. P. J. Storms was here from Diamond lake last Saturday and stated that his pasture which he advertised in the Press short time ago is full to overflowing with livestock. If you want the peo ple to know you have a thing or want a thin^ state it in the Press and the results will be good. This gent...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 12 October 1901

Imperial Press Saturday, Uct. v, tgot FOR THE SUBURBANITE ITKMS OP INTERKSTTOTMUPIiOPLn OP FARM AND ORCHARD The Dangerous Rimian Thistle Potato farmers Not Juhlant — Camphor Tree and Red Scile -Minor Items The White Fly, A New Pest Evtr on the alert to k«<i> out fruit I>«aH, hcini" little apprehension has been manifest l»y Bomo for f»'ar that ilv white ily iniKht give our horticul* turl-tH trouble*. Th'*a«? f«>arn «•<•»» lo !»<• groundless, Judging from a recent Interview had with I>r. 1.. 0. How ard, entomologist of the United State* Department of Agriculture. H« Bays that the white fly Bosnia to ronflnc Urn operations entirely to the Gulf States; where it has only recently made it« appearance on the citrus trees. Two raimr* nr«* chargcabk* for it« appear ance, one being that the native food plant* om which the white fly Jeids were dcstroyiNl by t.tc H«'vcr«' frost.n of a few yoara ago, and the other being due to the fact of the weakening of the cll'riia trcea ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 12 October 1901

8 O YO U .^dT*^ Wi \Af /\ INS I A yfipfr W&. O A Xl S-l ifflP^ On Government Land in Southern California *j& S§ Good for Alfalfa, Grain, General Farming and early Fruit. ®S The Home for Cattle and Hcgs. '- "•■"■' .* ■■•■ ■■' *-*■— ■ ■ %*% * I Mere is the Water! I >fc: Supplied by the Imperial Canal System* at a price that could not bi lower if ths irrigation system i were built by the government jfc CONSIDER CAREFULLY THE FOLLOWING FACTS i ■ FIRST — The Imperial Canal System is the largest in the United States and has the water to irrigate more and better 3ff I 3j£ land than can be found elsewhere on this continent in one body and under one system. £ff yfc SECOND — The soil is the most fertile— more so than the soil of the celebrated Nile Valley, which has been success- $fc £j£ fully cropped for thousands of years. 3f£ $ff THIRD — The water in abundance is now on the ground ready for use, and the supply will ever remain practically 3fc 3jf unlimited. $fe $fe FOURTH — If t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 19 October 1901

VOL. I. The Country 'Round Arthur Kwiu came tip from Diamond lake Wednesday. J. A. Haminerftof L#o* Angelen, is in the Imperial country. L..D. Horkett of Whittier, i» in the valley looking for a location. K. C. and K. 11. Longe of Glcndale, Artzon, are here thi» week looking for a location. \V. Wilcox in here from Oakland for the |uir|H>he of inventing in the Im perial country. M. I>. Crawford of Long Beach, who ha* property in the valley, arrived here Wednesday to ntay. \V. K. Wilnie, of WordhotT, arrived in Imperial Wednesday. He is here for the puruoftc of locating. C. R. Rock wood, after an ab sence of several weeks, returned to Imperial Monday, going from here to Calexico. 11. J. Jenks has pitched his tent in Imperial. Mr. Jcnks has bought a lot and will at once erect a residence. While in Los Angeles last week Lcroy Holt closed a deal for 320 acres of land lying about three miles from Imperial. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Abbott of Gardena, who own some land in the Imperial count...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 19 October 1901

2 Imperial Press • Saturday, Ocfc iq, tool PACIFIC COAST ITEMS A CONDENSED REPORT OF THF WEEKS HAPPENINGS Revolution in Locomotive Building— Northern Forest fires A Youthful EJopement-The Boundary line- Etc Nearly 1000 muiet are being bought in ivinJcaquin county for shipment to the Fiji Island*. Forest flro« in the northern part of the Statt burned over several thou sand acres of land last week- William H. West, the noted min strel, who is now playing on the coast, j i» said to be suffering severely from cancer. San Francisco official* ar* taklns eteps looking to memorallxlns Con press, and the President to re-enact the Chinese Exclusion Act. The Slat* Railroad Commission has reduced the freight tariff on cru<t> oil between Bakersneld and San Francisco over four cents ?er barrel. To protect themselves against claim jumpers, the oil men in the Tejunsa; district have organised an old-fash-, ioncd vi£ilante*s committee. f Ixis Gatos was wiped out of exist- j enee as far as the b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 19 October 1901

The Valley Over The busy folks and their movements D.J. Wckml of Whltticr luih been looking over the valley tlii« week. He thinks it very probable that he will return to this coun try soon to locate permanently. Me**™ 11. T. Lyon, 11. N. Lyou, K. L. Lyon and James Kuox, of KftCoudi* do, drove into Imperial Wcducttday. They went from here to Cnlexico, as seeing U believing, and they wanted to see the crops that are growing in the valley. Haven Bros, arrived in the val ley from Riverside Tuesday niorii in^ and struck camp on their land near Uluc lake. They will bring their families as soon as they can got houses built. Rev. J. S. Kline <»f Los Angeles, who has Ijccmi appointed missionary for the Imperial district, arrived here Wednesday to take tip his residence aud iK'giu work. Mr. Kline han a homestead near Imperial. He will preach in the Christian church here Sunday night. T. P. Bant a, who is one of the new settlers in the Imperial, Cal ifornia, locality, visited the val ley th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 19 October 1901

4 OUR ISLAND POSSESSIONS liUndi Hutthful- MtnJU fry Dredging — Senator Beveridgc Surgoon-Ornrral Slcraber« reports ** n result of hl!» intostifAtlon* In the Philippine* thAt tho Islands are vrry healthful. The Pupct Sound Bridge and l»re«l«r- Inf Company b** bc*n notified thnt it him been awarded tho contract to drfdir* Manila harbor and completing the old Spanish breakwater. The con tract rr present* a value of $2,000,000. A good *ICT} i* told at the exr'tis* of Senator Beverage, and it comes all the wax from our now Uland po*sf«- Mon*. The Senator wm A<idr**»lng TOO school teacher* who had Just reached Manila on tho transport Thorua*. Hi* theme was tho duty of toachern to In culcate neatness among the people, and suitable drew*. Ho dwelt on the itn port-anre of th< men shaving every tl.iy and of women dolnjr up their h*lr. and of the neatness cf apparel. The Senator himself looked very natr In a white duck suit of military cut. but toned up to the chin. But as he ln- Oulirod...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 19 October 1901

■ - — — — I . » I i ' A *^ TIT || . I 1, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 HP * I n • 1111111111 l Three New Prospective Railroad Towns Each Supported by Thousands of Acres of * * IRRIGATED LANDS * ioooooooooi * v The reader's attention is called to a few tjt 1 UNDISPUTED FHGTS All railro.id towns, Hacked by a large area of productive, irrigated land, become good sized cities. »i. Well located lots in such towns and cities in a very few years become very valuable. . Such lots, at first, sell at a nominal price, and within five to ten years, some of the business property 4, is valued at from $100 to $500 per front foot or more. . The best cities in Southern California (outside of Los Angeles) are not backed *l* by more than from 10,000 to 25,000 acres of irrigated lands, <£* Riverside, Hedlands and Pomona are samples of this class of cities. ♦ The towns of Imperial, Parlnga and Calexico, in the imperial Settlements, are now placed *J* on the market, and the lots are offered for sale at nominal prices...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 19 October 1901

6 Imperial Press Published c\cr\ Saturday at Imperial. San Ditgo Ccunty, Cal. lytnry C. ffrf</, (idlUr *nd msnSQtr St DSf BirilON: Osr >fjr .... $1.50 Sh Moatlu . . . - J5 ADDRESS: l\iri!*m. I*mks.«. Imper ial. San Piegv» County, Calif. Entrrrd at ihr ImpsrUl.' California |\»io<s»« a» w» ..n.l -»'..•»»■» mail tnatirr. Saturday. «vt. V\ 1901. WORK AND WATER REDEEM A DESERT fKii.M the Lot Angeles Herald Sunday Magazine we take the following cttracts'frotn a long illustrated article regarding th<* Imperial country: A record of amazing pr»«luctivene*.» | i* presented in a n>ld of ■•orphiun. planned June 2**. which attained a growth off Malk Hchl or nine feet high ( in seven vreeVv. That record ohow* a ] part of what ha- been accomplished in ■ reclaiming the Colorado desert in j Southeastern California. All previous record* of plant growth in California, long famous for marvel ous production*, are vastly exceeded by thi* one. which etjuaN any *t<'ry in the annels of Egy...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 19 October 1901

\/^^ 7^ 7777^ 777r77777T77777 r777777r 7777777 9777^777^^9 777^ 777^^ >AAi •««———— — — — — — m ■ iii .■■■—-■—■ ■-«—■■-.—————— —-.«-»-——----«-------—-■ ""rrY 1 IHlPEftllUi I SETTItEIttEHTS : ; : '" Sa " Dic O° County, California g ■ #/aire ITof# €/9e«f IToifr Rights to Locate % GOVERNMENT LAND I ■ if not you want the best that can be had, and this is £ S where it is to be found. ?< S iviiy? First-Because of a most Fertile Soil g S Second-Because of an Unlimited Water Supply t |; Third-Because of a most Favorable Climate § f^ . tt v j _ „, „^ , r-rr— -7- : r .. . ,- ,-, t ■ ;~; ~, T - V , % .. i k s/^ ■■* t-y- - »J '••**' ■ ■ 'I ■■ -■ -" - • -.■—i : - '■ < » — ' *;* ' "■''■"■-'.-■ "'. "•}*•' ■- '" - ■ » i-'. ' •■» * , * '-,■'<>'(, fi' '. ■- - . MAIN Ci^NAL OK THK IMI'KHIAL CANAL SVSTK.M f^, w^ It is now demonstrated that these lands will produce immense crops of Grain, Alfalfa Sorghum and v! Millet. Crops now growing will net the owners more than double the whole cost o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 19 October 1901

8 I DO YOU <TV I Jl W A N T A jP 1 |w RANCH pr g| On Government JLand in Soutliern California m mk &&t Good for Alfalfa, Grain, General Farming and early Fruit. |sjj|| The Home for Cattle and Hcgs. WM UK " " jiL Sic ii 'll^BBMMM||j|H -. '^"^jr" '//"_,_ ifc^X f .^' i. P| -r i'^' r V , ~ ' >7~*^ - ' V '<yj Jji t.-' : ' ..-*.'". •-; '■'*"■ *"i i rr '- *-— ■ " * * ' 'I w ' i>rVi>«»>t mll a ww« **»' "«■■ * 3J-- I Here is the Water! 8 Supplied by the Imperial Canal System, at a price that could not be lower if the irrigation system v| were built by the government Jjf j| CONSIDER CAREFULLY THE FOLLOWING FACTS t FIRST— The Imperial Canal System is the largest in the United States and has the water to irrigate more and better ife % land than can be found elsewhere on this continent in one body and under one system. * m SECOND— The soil is the most fertile— more so than the soil of the celebrated Nile Valley, which has been success- 3fc ! J^ fully cropped for thousan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 26 October 1901

VOL. I. The Country 'Round Frank Stephens of San Diego, was here Monday; K. H. Davis, of Mesa Grande, reached Imperial Sunday. N. Huckmastcr, of Rcdlands, was looking over the country first of this week. M. 1). Crawford, who had been here several days, left on his re turn to Long Beach Tucsesday. J. W. Masten, who has been visiting his son, \V. W. Mas ten, several days, left for his home in Corona Tuesday. Mrs. W. S. Fawcett of Whit tier, who was here last week, se lected a tract of land in the val ley, on which she placed water stock. D. C. Huddleston and family reached Imperial last Friday from Long Beach, and will re side here in the future. Mr. Huddleston at once set up barber shop, shaving the first man last Saturday. W. A. Daggs and L. F. Kig gins of Mesa City, Arizona, two of the most prominent stock men in the territory, are guests of T. l\ Banta while making an inves tigation of the Imperial lands. They report a great number of teams on the way from I'hoe nix to Imperial. I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 26 October 1901

2 Imperial Press SiturJjiy, CM. A toot NO WATER AT FOLSOM PRISON DIRECTORS ENJOINED PROS USING WATER POWER Arizona and Statthood— DimiptioninVan Francisco Labor OrcJci—BritUh Pur charing Horui — Mr*. Stanford at Home The Sacramento Klectrtc itas ana Railway Co., the corporation supplying light and power to the city of Sacra mento, the* town of FoUom and much of the surrounding country ha* ap plied to the Superior Court of Sacra mento for a permanent injunction pre ventinfi the State Board of Prison Di rectors and Warden Thomas Wilkin son of Folsom Prison from breaking down or interfering with the head gates regulating the water supply from which the power of the company is drawn. The suit involve* very valuable wa ter right?, and if the injunction is granted the State will be denied all control of the power secured from the American River at a cost of several hundred thousand dollar* and the la bor of $00 convicts for a period of nearly ten years. If the eontenions of the plaintiff ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 26 October 1901

PROGR ESS OF OUR SCHOOL Paragraphs SbowlnQ What Has Been Accomplished In One Month's Time Till", limt icliool un the great Coloro* ■ ' do Dcacrt opened in the new lmj»« • rial School dintrict on the ninth day of Scptemhcr, V*n, with J. B, Carr un iiutructor. The hiiilditiK, which in a temporary structure, wan erected in an incredible nhort space of time, not requiring longer than half a day to entirely coin* plcte it. and in thin rc»pcct, lift well an in Kcveral others we think, breaking the record, not only in California, hut in the United State* an well. Some twenty-one children reported for duty the firnt day, which number incrcaHul to twenty-three during the lir*t mouth. The nccoiid month ojm.mi cd with an increase of five additional pupils, which number will doiibtlcsA be coiiHtantty Increased. Not withitta tiding the fact that v large portion of the children have been out of hcliool formauy months and are composed of children from all ftcctioiii of thin Mate and Arizona, they ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 26 October 1901

4 SUGAR TRUST IS CUTTING ATTEMPT TO CONTROL CONGRFSS WILL AVAIL NOTHING Sm&!l Orange Crop— California Fruits in Europe- -Codling Moth — fVof.t In Mciu-— A New Pf*r — Olive Newi A meeting ot apple grower* is to be held In \jct9 Angeles November 4th to devise mean* of successfully doling with the cod'lng moth. AU apple grow. ers art 4 urged to he pre*fnt. The Hor ticultural Commission is a*si«tin«: in the investigations. Porterville expects tn commence heavy orange shipments by November 1. Orange fthlpcncntS have already tn^ pin in csiioads. Corona, Monrovia, and Kcdla&d* all having gotten off their first cars. A Chinese Pear An intcrcftlng new fniit is now hearing at the Pomona Experiment Station. It is a Chinese pear, and fs called Chinese Eugere. A few years ago It was grafted on a Lawrence pear tree and Is now a large tree. The flesh is trhite. juicy, with a few small Fran uk'f. and has a pleasant taste that is -iiffereat frotn any other pear. It Is very hard, except when ...

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