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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 23 April 1896

2 V RLT 4 A L iHEATEECOfiDBROKEN AUGUST WEATHER IS EXPERI ENCED IN APRIL ASyBcsrinninj Before Sunrise the Ther mometer ai Chicago Works Itself Up to 884 oCIock and Public Melts Oppressive Weather Records in the weather Hue underwent 4i shock Thursday from which they can not recover for at least a year With a -unanimity that was admirable all the thermometers and all the old residents agree that it was the hottest April day that ever fell to their lot The thermometer in the Chicago Audi torium tower which always is bashful about climbing up too high registered at one time during the afternoon as high as 84 but its metallic brothers in the streets below wore not at all backward in pro claiming their knowledge that it was 8S The weather records hold only two cases approaching that of Thursday and those two days were in 1S93 and 1894 respec tively But no proofs written or unwrit ten could persuade the people that it wasnt hottest day that any April ever produced It began long before the...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 23 April 1896

i t M i rx4 i i t i Hj Uj I 1 n t mi w r i lr f Kj m J I Tr rT iw the fy j v l was Ik if- the feferS UR steamer had just cleared Singa pore My duty in engine - room done and I sitting with mate on the bridge watching the down w a r d sweeP of thc trie C1USK i L puis WU in mind of a ter sunset he was saying they al ways go by on the run And that was a pretty theatrical bit you had in the he said to my chief who Ihad joined us We had found ill ihe nuts but one off the connecting rod head had another half turn been made our engines would have been a scrap heap -Only oiiee has it happened before said my chief and there was a grand tableau as you call it but not in the engine room Our stem and three vall eyed junks were the actors It was up there jerking his head northwards There was nothing but a thousand odd miles of water and a dusting of islands between us and Hongkong The mate held a lighted match to the chiefs pipe and set him drifting on witli the current of his yarn You see it wa...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 23 April 1896

V r i f v iA Small Bore The story of a feat of mechanical skill of wonderful delicacy is told in Iron Age An expert mechanic Is said to have taken a common sewing needle of medium size 1 inches long and drilled a hole through the entire length from eye to point the hole being just large enougli to admit of the passage of a very line hair Fair and Fruitful As the West 1b It Is often malarious But It Is pleasant to know that a competent safe guard In the shape of Hostetters Stomach Bitters exists which absolutely nullifies the poison of miasma Western bound emigrants Bhould ber this in mind or should It be forgotten the Bitters Is a sterling remedy fpr dyspepsia biliousness constipation kid ney and nervous complaints and rheumatism lie that bears himself like a gentle man is worth to have been born a gen tleman Chapman Picos Cure for Consumption is the best of all cough cures Geore W Lotz Fa bacher La Aug 20 189o Like clocks one wheel another on must drive affairs by diligent labor on...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 23 April 1896

if f If J IS K 3s s fv QM SAOESEE BS iiiL ARTIST 1 Hair cutting and shaving Shop in the- W II Moses building HOT AND GOLD BATHS Valentine Nebr i BliGMiTH TsD WAGONiAKE - Repairing a Specialty r Prices Strickly Cash and Low er than ever SHOP on Cherry St opposite Langs old stand WILLET NO 17109 Sire of WoV oh 2 30 Sire Jloehester 616 Mecerd ft mf Jim Sir of BELLBOY - 2i4KBlNNIE - 225 OKIANIA - 225 vJrmOT - 2204 FLORESTIXE - 2 26J i SENSATION - 229 And mauyotliers - i 1st dam JE ANNETTE 157 Dam of Willet sire of Nabob 2i30 and Ka- tana dam of Nornettc 225 Hazels Sire of the dams of Ida Belle 223 and Lottie K 227 2nd dam DAUGHTER OF LAH 15 -Sire of Goldsmith Maid 2J4 WtHstand the season at M R Far rjis place one fourtb mile south of the u depot at Valentine Nebraska TiJRilS 1010 to insure foal HANJXX Keeper V S O m lVlaall I llll llllflIIMil I Ml VI - W miMWr ryini V Cuntiittjiin Itfr lvvr 1 II li fiiII i K W Starr iM IJuMiititi J Sullivan tSneietie MliVS SOCIAL CLUll VCin rIiisiIiVrVi...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 30 April 1896

i rt W 0 sF S f A HIT5 ji w u c w w iv a at w ra m m Fi It t Si I W IK m A - I- I A J mmJtbMm A 1 s t - - - j iLT w r Br VOL mrtninwiii ri rii THE VAl E KTiNE BEMQGRAT SllVKSSOIt T CHEB8Y COUNTY IHQEPEHDEHT E03EST GOOD Editor and Publisher 4SiIieI Fapor off Cherry yr 36oBjrrnfka V fW Per JVfia aai J drawee tffcur P2UfrK Following is the platform adopted 1y the Democrats of Cherry county in iniss convention assembled Saturday -April IS ISflii We the Democrats of Hierrv county in muss munition assembled dovcaflir n our allegiance t iriii -lilts the Democratic jarty as 1iin5tMi b leirisu siurt exemplified by the P Mrim line f Ins siueoseors in Democratic i jnhMiljt from Madison to Cleveland We si ill denounce the Republican doctrine nf prie Unn s Iraud a n ubery of I lie great majority of tin Aiuicui jeplo for the benefit o 21k lew W iiii adhere to ami maintain the Dtioeralc dneiriiic ot a inrill for revenue mil VV believe i he Interests of the masses -Mir popiiletnn wU he best conserv...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 30 April 1896

- t 1 1 f I Wdhniim fiemocrat successor to CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT B GOOD - Editor Pbop VALENTINE - rrj NEBRASKA Success doesnt always bring happi ness and contentment The dentist who has the biggest pull always looks quite down in the mouth The Minneapolis Journal remarks that a woman suing for damages and holding a set of love letters is a terror to men and angels What have angels to do with it Two footpads attempted to hold up a member of the Ohio Legislature in a corridor of the Slate House at Colum bus But they succeeded in escaping before he robbed them Scientists say the time is coming when we shall be able to talk with the planets The necessity for more talk is not urgent but any improve ment in the quality will be thankfully received The habit of intellectual suspense is a most wholesome and valuable one especially where the spirit and actions of another are concerned and nothing tends more effectually to prevent un just and cruel criticism All that a man has to do...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 30 April 1896

V r 4 p f SoTScmvSa JgtFPrJ srrrvfiK Jusrsfli MiWr r fm I no Yk5JWSU i f 4 tfZrftoxr jWJy iam FELL IN FREEDOMS CAUSE The War Angel of Ayoleta as the Cubans called Matilda Agramonte y Varona was killed recently while fight ing shoulder to shoulder with her brothers for the freedom of her coun try She was the daughter of two of the great families of Cuba heiress to the fame and traditions of two old names of Spain and to the remnant of 4i fortune that was once one of the larg est in the rich island Every rebellion has found Agramontes and Varonas under the banner of Cuba Libre Her father and a brother gave up their lives In the ten years war Her remaining brothers and her uncles enlisted under General Maceo and left her alone on ft I IM MME VAUOXA the plantation in Puerto Principe the only property left of the vast estate She went to visit friends in a neighbor ing town and on her return she found the family residence burned the cane gone the servants murdered or scat tered A Spanish ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 30 April 1896

t i It M r 1 lb j i H i il U the dmiine democrat SUCCESSOR TO CHERRY COUNlY INDEPENDENT tOBERT B GOOD - Editob Pbop VALENTINE NEBRASKA WILL BE DEFICIENT NATIONAL TREASURY WILL BE 25000000 SHORT An Indiana Lunatic Murders Five and Takes His Own Iiife Only Eighteen of a Force of Eighty live Escape in a Mexican Mine Disaster Will Be 25000000 Behind Washington The Treasury deficit Tor the fiscal year ending June 30 1896 will be approximately 25000000 In his annual estimates sent to Congress at the beginning of the present session the Secretary of the Treasury estimated the receipts from customs during the fiscal 3 ear at 3172000000 So far with nearly ten months of the year gone the customs receipts have reached about 137000000 With a fair prospect of increasing to 165 000000 by the close of the year The esti mate of the receipts from internal revenue sources was 158000000 Up to this time they have reached 120000000 and it is Expected that the figures for the completed year will be about...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 30 April 1896

V NV A A WASHINGTON GHOSTS SHADES OF GREAT MEN HAUNT THE CAPITOL A Correspondent Says Anions Them Are the Spirits of President John Quincy Adam Vice President Henry Wilson and Black Jack Logjam Spooks in Hi eh Xrife Washington correspondence sm i i iwi w uiitf i ii r KM ff H U you believe m ghosts Do you wish to collect a rich and rare stock o f flesh - creeping spook stories If so come to Washing ton hie yourself to that great white building on the hill known as the tol give one of the blue coated ruides an extra tin and he 2- will take you amid the mazes of that wonderful building and regale you with enough dark tales to last you a lifetime Or if they do not satisfy you pick ac quaintance with one of the seedy hungry looking individuals you will find at the foot of the grand staircase who ten to one is a professional guide also and ask rhirn to point out to you all the haunted houses in the city and tell you their weird histories And either of these gentlemen will tell you what th...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 30 April 1896

fi H v I J 1 II I I f J I N J l It- w jccstKaegsMeui TllWpi m s y - f i nw Wffw I V ryrz 1 m y WWmM J2 A niFT OP THE GODS I o o G3BQGQGOCOOOOKXK3CHDOOOOO0000 HARDY an artist of EDWAIID and his friend Alfred Moore the art critic of the Planet were smoking in the stu dio of the former It was a delight ful morning with the sun streaming into the room and through the open windows came the hum of the streets Intermingled with the chirping of Jbirds Bj George Ilardy suddenly Moore burst out as he dropped upon a chair with his eyes fixed in wonder on a jpainting in front of him surely this is a product of a master hand Ive never seen you working at it No answered the rrtist Ive done 3t in the strictest privacy its been a ilabor of love to me for the last three ivears since in fact I began an artis Uic career Its finished now and I feel as if I had lost something out of my life Anyhow it shows that youre a painter of genius old man said the critic with genuine appreciation I havent seen suc...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 30 April 1896

V hr Sf l L TJie deepest waiter yot known has been found by the EriMsh ship Pen guin in the South raeifie Oenu be tween the Tonga sroup 3f islands and New Zealand Soundings revealed a depth of 5022 0147 and 5lu3 fathoms I believe my prompt use of Pisos Cure prevented quick consumption Mrs Lu cy Wallace -Marquette Kan Dec 12 Uo Vergas powerful but dlsngreeable story Ui Lnpa in the dramatization of which Dnse refused to play has been given in Rome but proved too strong for even an Italian audience Mrs Windows Soothixo Srncr ror Children u ctbine Bottens the sums ream nillarnniatioii bllab iaiu curee ind colic S csnt a bottle A new form of insanity has been dis covered This is crused by rising from bed too early in the morninz Cm MM 13 1 B can Your blood in Spring is almost certain to le full of impurities the accumulation of the winter months Bad ventilation of sleeping rcoms impure air in dwell ings factories and shops over eating heavy improper foods lailure of the kidneys and iiver...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 30 April 1896

r i i I i i i i 1 V3 i t ti ii I hi TKfcrllfflWlHWW3B Commissioners HW Mi Official Directory of Ch6rry Co i ci in cr i HlJ 111 a a V JC Uiinl rtiUjrncy tV nnty Supcnii1eiUiit Surveyor rf t IB fluLI i urauu i co Elliott 0 T Parker PM Walcott fcd Clarke Lillian Stoncr Hugh Woyer P UInLersoll E W Starr I i PS Dunham Sullivan Societies TOUX MENS SOCIAL CLUi Meets JL vveiy Wednesday eveuiiifj at the resi eice of Mrs Helen Hnrnliv lonv X Kino Presitleiit IJitANK K Tiiokn Secretary KTTING IJlLL Till HE xNo22 iMlHOVIU OJIDKH OK tKIMEN fleets every serond and fourth Saturday of oael Hiotith Members of the order in good are cordially and fraternally invited to attend Cll THOMPSON Sachem 1 D WIGGINS C of Records Lodge No 192 A P A M nicetsui regular communication Saturilay even ing on or before the full moon in each mouth iiijMifoers ol the orderln good and regularstand tlng cordially and fraternally invited to attend F M Walcott W M WW TuoMiSOK Seoy Valentine Lodge No 70 A O U TV meets 1 st m...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 7 May 1896

V r uv V r iss c jags to V l L X A H t H Si THE 0L S3 THIS AND TOATi jCmminsvent Merchants Carnival Nay 8 Trot Beatty May 9 Teachers Institute July 3 Race June 2d to Sth Nice little sbowerilifc tracing S G JaYisof KUgere was in tow Tuesday l N BusEellvwaaiPfrom t Pullman Mndy Decoration iDay jfour wetJcs ifro iturday yjohn iBullard of Albion X X is 1n town T Chenoweth starts fortthePacific coast next Monday D W Parmalee came oyer ffrom Kosebud yesterday Small grain neYrtookedtetterand rfyrmers are nappy The Porter murder trial will come ff in Keya JPaha next Tuesday Nobody thought Enough of us to hangaM3yibat on our door Henry Stetter has mored his ffasiily -into the R N Watson property MrsXy Anderson and children have returned from Hokafc Minn iTo dayiSthe anniyersary of the riot in the Illinois Steel Works at Chicago The Bemocrat and the Thrice-a-week New York World one year 175 Mr fechon isibuildinga blacksmith 8h9p onwMain street oppositethe Court House CH Cornell made a trip up...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 7 May 1896

1 I i i dw Valentine pre aUntim jemcrat SUCCESSOR TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT B GOOD - Editor a Pbop NEBRASKA STEEET CAES TIED UP PEDESTRIANS IN THE CREAM CITY MUST WALK Officials of the Road Refuse to Ar bitrato and Prepare to Operate the Eines with Men from Other Cities Ambassador Uhl Meets William Tie Up the Lines A strike of the 900 employes of the Mil waukee Electric Railway and Light Com pany was inaugurated Sunday and as each car was run into the barns motorman and conductor left it not to return until the demands of the union for increased pay recognition of theemployes organi zation and several minor concessions are granted When it was learned by the officers of the union that men from other cities were being imported and that the company was preparing to till the places of the old employes it was determined to ask a conference with the officials of the company The request was sent to Vice President Payne who replied that the company would receive no communica tion ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 7 May 1896

V K t TANMR AT TEE TOP HEADS THE ILLINOIS REPUBLI CAN TICKET -Clay County Mail Gets a Unanimous Vote Northcott Is Selected for the Second Place Convention Declares for Protection and Sound Money Illinois Republicans John Ililey Tanner was nominated for Governor of Illinois by the Republican State convention at Springfield Will iam Allen Northcott of Bond County was nominated for Lieutenant Governor It was a few minutes past high noon when Dr T N Jamieson chairman of che State Central Committee called the -convention to order Every delegate was in his seat and the galleries and aisles outside the space reserved for the dele gates and alternates were thronged and visitors outside the hall were struggling to get in Aid Martin B Madden of Chicago was named temporary chairman Long before the hour for calling the convention to order the vast auditorium of the building which attracted so much attention at the Worlds Fair was -full There was not much excitement at the beginning only a sort ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 7 May 1896

8 I l d 15 si J5 jr mtc fij im wtiii uawu mttmtnmdnmmvmmn THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT MJCfISOt to CHERftY C0UI1TY INDEPENDENT- GOOD Editor and Publisher tUTieiai Payor ofCIicrry Clwsi tyWJ JPer Year in Afwan6e TUIJWVjHED EVERY TIlUliSDAl Entered art be lOht ofilce at Valentine Cherry county Neurafca as matter This paper will be mailed regularly to its subscribers until a definite order to discontinue is received and all Ar rears nre paid in full Advertising rates 50 -cents per inch perontb Kates per column or for long timt ads made known on appli cation to this office THURSDAY MAY 7 1896 Our Platform Following is the platform adopted by the Democrats of Cherry county in rutins convention assembled Saturday April 18 1896 We ilio Democrats of Clieny county m mass convention assembled do reallini our alleciauco 1o ifriiieipks o the Democratic party as forvuihm d bv Jefferson and exemplified by the illr MrioiiH line ofhis successors in Democratic leadership from Madison to Cleveland We still...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 7 May 1896

v- X K A femcix T ywii geoatryairiyiT6Ulr tiiiTi 1 1 iihithnw wm a h 1 vi OJ i J kv w -mi j JL J B i V V ft u 1 m M VALENTN w YITii D 1 tLLJ ADDRESS s ENEBR HH5E2i51iWC73tf2 IV AONiiNVTaLS LOT The JLIfe of kMjMi5onoiv m China 3ar from Plctiuif J rot T Uiv JllKhli v u nhri fltfirtieniiUJ tlu MUuuR mlnteUr of flu opel who Vfliuitrs irum U JljfnttMi isiJUk and into imw writ try it ftu from iiiitiftuiu ii a i jivki lia gcrbius rowtlinr for in Hsv grailt ne iv fciJt imfcssrnL thi iinirtwi ile inoKiiJc rkinw hLv b wvp ed by tin iiortH ihv jcti V litiKisilt niid a iioriiuu of flu ihmi Jatiou is ojhjkoj1 to thi jjivh efit oi The Iln ifilnn Ail sorts of stories mo Void of tin cruelties practiced by the tvhiomtrles and Bvory little whily I Jin hatred lao neil to a thui brenks out sewrrtl iiusiouaries and 5u ir Laniiliis per seoul ed Sometimes tlw escape wliA their lives and only their property is dcKtioyvd bin it noi inErcqueiuly pens that there is considerable los of life as in tli recent ca...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 7 May 1896

i I- I I VA W i i ffi m i t t v i V I U f I Hi ft I it i i t it I I I s jmmssscamstsm OOOCtoOOOOOCXXWOOOOCXWOOOOOQ CALLING THE CAMELS HOME OOOOOOOOOOOO0OOOOOOOOCXOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOG It was a very dark night when llabd bullah arrived with his nine camels at the lonely Zhob Levy post on the road to Dera Ismail Khan Though a na tive of the regions round about he with true Mohammedan recklessness turned to sleep leaving his beasts unsaddled to forage during the rest of the night Small wonder tihat at dawn the loss of the whole nine was reported at the nearest post The loss was promptly attributed to cattle lifters as a band ot Waziris had been rumored to have come from the Mahsud tribe during the last few days Saddle and ride was the order of the day Bakshan Khan slipped his medicine phial into his pock et Wazir Khan put a chlllum and some tobacco into his holster instead of his ration pocket Gurdit Sinh put a twist ed cloth containing opium into his tur ban The English officer...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 7 May 1896

V u x tk A fK m WEDDED TO A ROYAL RAKE Few royal personages in Europe de serve more sympathy than the queen of the Belgians whose husbands esca pades with stage celebrities and others pave nearly driven his wife insane King Leopold is CO years of age but shows little sign of abating the scan dalous behavior which has made his name a byword for years At one time liwlfSlI mfflssL MfWM fit I SLcN5r7 i m yt fi TOE QUEEN OF BELGIUM his excesses in London landed him in a police court and his most gracious majesty had considerable difficulty in escaping the punishment so often 1L J out to plebeian roysterers a month in Jail His scandalohs doings have caus ed untold grief to his wife whose tastes and habits are of a domesticated character Her majesty has made ev ery effort to wean him from his un seemly ways but has met with little or no success J Donts pr the Summer Girl DonVgigglo twJ Dont listen to scandal Dont defy public opinion Dont play on the hotel piano Dont believe everything you ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 7 May 1896

iqUljarcglNgj Cffic Directory of Cherry Co jTiwwnrr to cmbl Jierh TJlirrift Judnf VanwkJMlontn ZZ od Elliott C C Parker 31 walcott c Cwuiity Attorney Ed Clarke County Superintendent -Lillian Stoncr i Surveyor Hugh Boyer kroner F H Ineersoll Hi WStarr Diihiiuin Sullivan Sopietieji 7UUVG MENS -SOCIAL CLGB Meets erj Wcdiusday filling at he wire or JIrs llefen Hortrtv JoittfN lyi2G President 1- kask K Tjiouk Secretary SKTTIVG ByLL THIBE JJCo 22 iMfpOVKD QUDKlt VKRIIMKX MeuLs ever second and fourth Saturday ot pcluaonth Members oft the order in good randies arccorlhill3ianfl fraternally invited to trf C H THOMPSON -Sachem A P AM Mlnaekadusa Lodge xvo 192 AF A jneeta In regular communication Saturday even ing on or before jUieXpll moon in each month meabcrsof jUieorderJit good and regularstand i ine crdjally and fraternally invited to attend FM Walcott W M vW WThqj psojsvsecv A O U W Valentine Lodge No 70 Ai0 U 17 meets l hi and 3rd Monday in each mouth AI ChrihviiHen M W L L Stoner Rec I...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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