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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 15 April 1898

The Dawn and Thrice Weekly World, $1.65. VOL. 5- N0 - r 5- G, L COLLINS. YOU MUST KNOW That there are SHIRTS made to SELL and those made to wear. Some of flimsy—others of GOOD STRONG material —well sewed and that have wearing qualities. I AM SHOWING lines of MADRAS, CHEVIOT and other double and twist goods THE BEST VALUES that can be had with full yoke, double stitched, felled seam, the best shirts made, for 50 cents My lines of heavier quality, fancy Oxfords and TWILLS —none made better—nor with more care for 75 cents. C. L. COLLINS THEN MY 25 CENT LINE. Many in this community have tested their splendid wearing qualities, have only a small quantity left and can't get more. I HAVE A NEW LINE Of shirts for 20 Cents for harvest use. These will do for the old Baches and those desiring a shirt to throw away after using once. TO THOSE Who have trouble getting a shirt long enough in sleeves, without getting a neck large enough to jump through. I want them to see my shirts —made to ob viat...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 15 April 1898

PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Each week", "■' one year, if paid id advance, fl.oo ntered Nov. sth, l«i*4, at tbe postorike, Ellensburtr, Kittitas county, Washington, as entitled to second-class postal rates. Oflkt- aoutfa side of Fourth street, between Pearl and Main streets, rear of <»• I lit -lock. ROBERTA. TURNER, EDITOR THE EXEMPTION LAW. The republican press of the state has howled and howled and kep howling about the "populist exemp tion law" and yet every one o them would gladly take every ad vantage of the same, and at the game time they forgot to tell you that it was a republican suprem court that declared the same un constitutional. The fact of the bUf*i nees U just this. The law is no more ■ populist measure than a republican measure. It was Dal Lech, the senator from Yakim county who introduced the bill il the senate. We here reproduce i synopsis of the bill. S. B. 141, by Lesh—ln the first section provides that there shall be exempt from taxation and attach ment to every househo...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 15 April 1898

Having made up my mind to engage In other business, I desire to dispose of my store known as "THE OASIS" I W ill teach the purchaser the candy business and will give some one a special bargain. Call on me at once. THE> CKBAM. Alartredance hall i« being built at Kn tiat. F. Bullock was in the city tins week tfeo. Elliott I* in the cltv from Spo kane. A pony lor sale—lnquire of Kirk Whited. Will Frost returned to Spokane Mon day evening. Geo. Elliott, of Spokane, is expected to arrive here to-day. The prices in carpets cut 15 per cent at Scott it Latimer's. The farmers repori ranch work pro mutiny very nicely. There is a movement on fool to have Mrs. Lease speak at •_' p. m. The appointment oi .1. F. Surrell seems to give excellent sat isfact ion. Archie Patrick, postmoster-elect of Roslyn is in the city this week. the on to Miners can be supplied with all kinds of blanks at The Daws office. Be sure and call at Scott & Latimer's and get their prices before buying. file Republic...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 15 April 1898

PEARL STREET, Dry Grood Department. AATTT are now receiving and marking our Complete Spring line of Ladies Capes, Jackets, Dress VV Jii Skirts, Bicycle Skirts, Taylor made Suits, Dress goods, Trimmings, Laces and Embroideries Beginning Monday JVXftroli Ttt^. We will be ready to show the patrons of Ellensburg, the best selected stock of Sprint; styles ever placed on sulei n this city. All are cordially invited to inspect our stock, whether you wish to purchase or not. We have some new patterns, in Japanese Matting, the best linen warp goods made. Our lines of Carpets are all here, and we can cut, sew and deliver your carpet the same day you select it. YourPatronaseisSoUelted. Y.mrs R« JES. \2VTIvS»OIV. Report of Ronald School. Report of Ronald school, Dis. No. 34, for year beginning Aug. 2, 1897, and ending Apr. 1898: Total number pupils enrolled, 56; total days attendance, 5406; number days' absence, 77; average daily attendance, 31.6; number neither absent nor tardy, 5. i The follo...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 22 April 1898

The Dawn and Thrice Weekly World, $1.65. VOL. 5- N0 - l - C. L. COLLSNS. YOU MUST KNOW That there are SHIRTS made to SELL and those made to wear. Some of flimsy—others of GOOD STRONG material—well sewed and that have wearing qualities. I AM SHOWING C. L. COLLINS THEN MY 25 CENT LINE. I HAVE A NEW LINE TO THOSE THE VARIETY C. L. Collins. PROFKKSioN AI, CAR!>S —ATTON X VS. CAWOL B. GRAVES. IRA P. ENQLEHART. Graves & Englehart, AT TOUN XV S AT LAW. Offices: Ellknsbueg and North Yakima. Mires & Warner, Qrlotueys at 2?dto, Will practice in all the courts of the »t»te. Office in Ueddis Block. ELLENSBURG, WASH. L, A. Vincent, tlttotucij dt £aio, Will practice in all the Courts of the "Me. Office in the Davidson Block. ELLENSBURG, WASH E > E. W« |er , Mlrt|n CaßWroß( Wager & Cameron, Attorneys at Law. Stone Bank Huilding, Ellensburg. guarantee Dr. Miles' Paw "watOßtop Headache. "One cent a doee." THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. lines of MADRAS, CHEVIOT and other double and twist good...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 22 April 1898

For x'jo.9 F«eple new *•* ♦ ♦ EARTH. ♦ ♦ PUBLISHED WEEKLY. terms ok subscription: Each week, •{* one year, if paid in advance, *I.W ntered Nov. 6tb, 1894, at tbe postollice, KHensburg, Kittitas county, Washington, as entitled to second-class postal ratcf. Office south side of Fourth street, between l'earl and Main streets, rear of Geddis clock. ROBERTA. TURNER, EDITOR THE gold bugs still assure us free silver is adead issue, and con tinue making preparations for a battle with the corpse. It is easy to restrain a blind giant. The people are restrained because they are blind in regard to the evils that are oppressing them. "Dude" Lewis has more brains than the average man and is enti tled to respect and consideration. Honor and credit where honor and credit is due. Thousands of acres of cotton re mains unpicked in Oklahoma, and in every southern state, because the price is so ridiculously low that it is not worth bothering with. The wave of prosperity has not struck that section of th...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 22 April 1898

Having made up my mind to engage in other business, I desire to dispose of my store known as "THE OASIS" I will teach the purchaser the candy business and will g« ve some one a s P ecial bargain. Call on me at once. THE OASIS, TUB/ CKJvAM. The city council met Monday evening. The early sown grain is looking nicely. The stock range in the fooMii'.to w very good c a. Handera is at Portland for treat ment. ....-•A pwy for KHle-k»qnlre of Kirk Whiteil. The Commercial Club met Monday evening. John Varnea was in the city Saturday and Sunday. guar Mrs. Leas* l at the opera house Hty JdYat 7:80 p.m. FobSalk— A carl, will be sold cheap— apply at this ofßce, Take yoor pictures to Scott & Latimer and have them named. tt. John McKnabb is working In the saw mill for the Wright Bros. The levival wi vices at the M. E. church is progressing nicely. Prof. Jenkins and Harry Hale were ont farming last Saturday. Mrs. L. C. Preston hits* moved to the Smithson ranch cast ol tow n. 0. W. Piutzke. spen...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 22 April 1898

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Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 29 April 1898

The Dawn and Thrice Weekly World, $1.65. VOL. 5- N0 - x - G. L. COLLINS. YOU MUST KNOW That there are SHIRTS made to SELL and those made to wear. Some of flimsy—others of GOOD STRONG | material—well sewed and that have wearing qualities. I AM SHOWING C. L. COLLINS THEN MY 25 CENT LINE. I HAVE A NEW LINE TO THOSE Who have trouble getting a shirt long enough in sleeves, without getting a neck large enough to jump through. I want them to see my shirts —made to ob viate that difficulty. THE VARIETY C. L. Collins. PROFESSIONAL CARD 9 ATTONEYS. CARROL B. GRAVES. ISA Pi ENOLEMART. Graves & Englehart, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Offices: Ellensburg and North Yakima. Mires & Warner. tlltotufcvp at fa»o, Will practice in all tbe courts of the state. Office in Geddis Block. ELLENSBURG, WASH. L. A. Vincent, Gttotnetj dt £a*o, Will practice in all the Courts of the state. Office in the Davidson Block. ELLENSBURG, WASH E -R. Wi|tr, Martin Caaaroa. Wager & Cameron, Attorneys at Law. Stone Bank B...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 29 April 1898

c ♦ earth, c c TKfcM' 01 80B8CB."PI." )R : BjfjCßl '*<:iti, 1 'r.": *i.-, :' {. *: • ■: *'...' ot«r*'l Nov. .y.h, ]■<♦*, Urn ; ratofl >, £ll«D»t>ursr, Ktttitai ouDtf, Waafetactoo, m entitled to •*'x>Dd-c)aM po»ul rata*. Offl'.* eootk .id* of Fourth (tree*, etweea I*e».-; »nd Mala ttraeta, rear of Geddk oleek. ROBERT A. TURNER. EDITOR Thanks! The Seattle Times deserves tbe everlasting gratitude of the people of this city for its promptness in having war bulletins posted in fi Ol of Dr. Perry - drug store every day. The me-sage- come to our people absolutely free and are read by hundreds. The Times is a live, wide-a-wake. progressive paper. Wak has been declared. The President's message recom mending a declaration of war eras presented to Congress Monday. Populism is a protest against ty ranny. Its object is to pulverize the plates and enthrone the people. Lkt America free Cuba and let it be done with greenbacks, then we will not be guilty of freeing our selves. Bonds m...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 29 April 1898

Having made up my mind to engage in other business, I desire to dispose of my store known as "THE OASIS" (w illteach the purchaser the candy business and wi ll give some one a special bargain. Call on me at once. THE OASIS. THE> CREAM. Bullion Wells is i.« the city to-lay. Hr.Sides, of Roslyn. was in town this IfjjlJ.Boyd has been quit* Bick this jadsonCrane wi» leave for Alaska, Monday. I BertHartfhoi n will leave for Alaska. Monday. Judge Davidson came up from Yakima Tuesday. Judge Davidson held court in Yakima this week. Joe tfanw». left for Leon, lowa, Mon day evening. Cbas. B. Keed, of Rock Island was in town Saturday. Fruit trees in the Wenatchee valley are in mil bloom. A. H. Stulfauth, ol the Capital, spent Sunday in Seattle, Frank Bussong returned from >eati le Saturday morning. There are rumors of a wedding in high life in the near lutuie. Al Thomas, of Wenatchee, was in town Saturday on business. Mrs. Fulion moved into the country this week fu lake charge of her far...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 29 April 1898

PEARL STREET. Urv Grood Department. ▼ ▼ M-2m ~,:.r:-. Bicycle -•:.:>. . iyi :mi .- «.:.>. I:—- -• • - * . _-. .. -.- Beginning Monday Mnroli Tt x . , , . _.. . .• .. ..., : a, . ... ... ...... . .... ...... ... n \m - and oi stock m j.w...- * .r-... «..-.».. and fw We will be ready to show rr.e fitri:.? r r...er.s .:- •• ?. -r r. noes » .... - • i c • • . . ... - , ■ . .. . • , , ".- -• •'~ it", .--w'-.r-r. • .: . A ihowiii Ha lei n this city. An are cord:a..v :r.T:t««2 *: :r.r :•€<:: wr.e.'rr ;• ■•- ■ -.. . rcua.se .. i aile in U»e oi •:.- ej -- — • *j ... . M i_ lirirt .. • . • w - ■• .-• le v r-- • • . • - .... n-..ik:r.2 -::ne sweepng reov.c'.:-r.- .:. thins * We have some new patterns, .r. , ! ipir.e«r .--a _. . c. n « mpieie nne oi waw I**" *' Our line* of Carpets are here, and we i: - r w ..r. d deliver youi irpel the same day ya i, •• re.ee; it. Yowr Patrona K e is Solicited. Respectfully Y<mrs • B • WII^SOX. Washington's Quota. Washington has been called upon fo...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 6 May 1898

The Dawn and Thrice Weekly World, $1.65. VOL. 5- N0 - l - C. L. OOLLINS. YOU MUST KNOW That there are SHIRTS made to SELL and those made to wear. Some <>f flimsy—others of GOOD STRONG material—well sewed and that have wearing qualities. I AM SHOWING Hues of MADRAS, CHEVIOT and other double and twist goods THE BEST VALUES that can be had with full yoke, double stitched, felled seam, the best shirts made, for 50 cents My lines of heavier quality, fancy Oxfords and TWILLS —none made better —nor with more care for 75 cents. C. L. COLLINS THEN MY 25 CENT LINE. Man)' in this community have tested their splendid wearing qualities, have only a small quantity left and can't get more. I HAVE A NEW LINE Of shirts for 20 Cents for harvest use. These will do for the old Baches and those desiring- a shirt to throw away after using once, TO THOSE Who have trouble getting a shirt long enough in sleeves, without getting a neck large enough to jump through. I want them to see my shirts —made to...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 6 May 1898

♦ ♦ KARTIf. ♦ ♦ PCJBLISHEE 7/ZIKLV. TJiRMS <>l sCKs'.KIKIK'N : Kach weeK, M • •n«- tear, if paid in advance, ILOO ■tend Nov. sth, J<+4, at th*- poctoffice, ElleDi-tjurj:, Kittita- eouatjr, Waabiagloo, *» entitled to laowod'dial postal rater. -outb ude of Fourth ttrtet, between I'eari and Main street-, rear of Geddii dock. ROBERTA. TURNER, EDITOR Ii- we would win at the polla in November, we must organize SMALL favors ate always thank fully received, but often unthank ful ly remembered. PhilosoJ'Ukhs take thing? as they come, but ragpickers and pick pockets take things as they go. Thk time for action is at hand, and we must either act pretty soon or give up all hopes of succeeding at the polls in November. Let our posterity look back and refer to the good sense of our day when congress issued a full legal tender, absolute and irrideemable paper currency to carry on the Spanish-American war of 1898. "WhEBE, oh where was Mo.-e --when the light went out?" —Win- ston, N. C. Repu...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 6 May 1898

Tt m CREAM. Uncle Tom Saturday ntght. Thej«ryise»> led to meet Tuesday. Capt Flynn! That sounds all right. Prof. Bruton was In the city Monday. John A. Monahan was in the city this War excitement has run high this week. n p.Dan has been seriously ill this week. Ml*. W. C. Boe ii Bble to be about again• Mrs. E. J. Kins ln>s closed Iter board inn hall. J W.Coombcs, of Fusion, was in the city Friday. The fanners are busy irrigating the growing stain. tow Johnson, in Uncle Tom's Cabin Saturday night. Considerable corn is being planted in Mission valley. Company A did not get off until about 4 a.m. Sunday. Editor Armstrong, of Roslyn, was in town last week. School teachers are commanding fair wages this year. C, o p prospects were never better at this time of year. Will Stiang left for the sound country Sunday morning Miss Katie Stevenson was up from Yakima last week. The fruit crop is not hurt as yet, and a arge crop is promised. Commissioner MeClimans is putting 60 acres of corn ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 6 May 1898

PEARL STREET, JJr-y GJ-ood Department. are now rewiring and marking our Complete Spring line of Ladies Capes, Jackets, Dress bare just receive r emoke salt fish, i 1 -~ it VV X\d gkirta, Bicycle Skirt*, Taylor made Suits, Dreee goods. Trimmings, Lace« md Ei hi denes \> A Salmon, Si ke Herring, Salt Ma kerel I Sail Salm Als issortawetJ I3fc?girajniraU Monday March 7\ 1 . We will be ready to show the patron? of Ellensburg, the best selected stock of Spring styles ever pis I salei n this city. All are cordially invited to inspect our stock, whether you wish to pui ise II '■ We have some new patterns, in Japanese Matting, the beet linen war] (food* m le. Our lines of Carpets are all here, and we can cut. sew and deliver your carpet the same day you •elect it. YourPatronaaeis SoUclted. Re S ,)eotfully Y.mrs R. J3. WILSON, HOSIER CO. A. N. G. W. Below we present the ro-ter of Co. A. as per roll at 1 a. M Sunday: A. C. .Steinman. Captain. S. C. Davidson, Ist. Lieutenant. C A Swift B S B...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 13 May 1898

The Dawn and Thrice Weekly World, $1.65. VOL. 5- N0 - T 9- C I 00l 1 YOU MUST KNOW That there are SHIRTS made to SELL, and those made to wear. Some of flimsy—others of GOOD STRONG material —well sewed and that have wearing qualities. I AM SHOWING lines of MADRAS, CHEVIOT and other double and twist goods THE BEST VALUES that can be had with full yoke, double stitched, felled seam, the best shirts made, for 50 cents My lines of heavier quality, fancy Oxfords and TWILLS —none made better —nor with more care for 75 cents. C. L. COLLINS THEN MY 25 CENT LINE. Many in this community have tested their splendid wearing qualities, have only a small quantity left and can't get more. I HAVE A NEW LINE Of shirts for 20 Cents for harvest use. These will do for the old Baches aud those desiring a shirt to throw away after using once. TO THOSE Who have trouble getting a shirt long enough in sleeves, without getting a neck large enough to jump through. I want them to see my shirts —made to ob viate ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 13 May 1898

twa «m«l .-. 'n<* * 1 i>'.'uiw. l ■>•>.' : ': "<V<* i ;■.»•■ tV':*- -i. mm •. *r •- " •'• k* 1 t-f-Vi- OAh .■.•...**•*}..•■.>•-' •• v»»i BOBEBI A V ' BXEB, El H >8 Leer* gei togen I ci arith greet)fe ••■ c • Prj «•> the ' h (Tjkitkc ye dec v •>.. —.■.:■. tha - if KsJJOUtem wants tne state eon reationoftbe reform force* sgain this ywef and she - justly ent tied to it. iscscis alway more on lees MMStofl in fweion. Tbei let • eonbine a., into . c pert] the Colon parte Pares money i« the money fciv iiiswtiofl 1: .- the n ney : free dom and justice. Coin roonew if a re..', of barbarism Canity on the war of right** o§- f.e-s with brave greenback!—*.ne papei money that saved the life I thin nation in the sixties. Au. opposition to the iii fd« W standard party in :' : t f syjvani i is about to merge into one party n d is to be called the :. party. Axy government that can draft blood and muscle t* the front to fight its battles, can a -o craft a full legal tende...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 13 May 1898

fH® CBBAM. go. Wanted May W. Who caught that kISS? g^boe^«* L » tl ™ c '; ..„,.,, Tom Baturdsy ntght. ~ fjos is 0« *c mend again. W Khhed is court balhfftlils week. „ ii. ..Yon ought to be excused." lies"' 1 1 i i „, r »«' Does il need grind iio«- is yow ux Friday «as a very disagreeable , i-lan he: lug as public can h tbe hoard also ... I *£V Qosseai •»« I" ''" •""» ,hi " wm up f'on. Yuklma this *ii.mH.lohnso«.u.t.Hiu the city this T* fruit crop remain* «nb dered up to d»N' . Mo.v bovi wanted at opera house, May I*. . . . j 0 7 H|ninlMl moved on( on Mn ranch this vwk. l> l Deuel was in tl«e Swank country tail week. The Held work of the awssor is about finished Op. Third street can boast of an improve ment-* tent. The Albany restaurant has changed hands again. There must be an awful lot of dull axes to grind." York HotkiM has charged John Hos kins bowling alley. Thevsythe professor actually kicked *dtnortad last week. We got the joke or Wager and Hall. Ack Al Wlsbard about it. Th...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 13 May 1898

PEARL STREET. Dry Grood Department. ▼> -ISkirts, Bicycle Skirte, Taylor made Suite, Drm* good*, Primming*, Laces enai 11 i Monday March . „• mi j. jVI ghoiy •• a pa.tr mii Ellensburg, tbe best selected stock of spring styles ever placed . • .v- an ire cordially invited to inspect our stock, whether you wish to purchase or not. We have some Dt» patterns, in Japanese Matting, the best linen warp *odd« made. Our line? of CarpeU are all her*, and we car cut. sew and deliver your carpet :ne same day you select Your Patronage is Solicited. Respectfully Yours * J3 • WU-<SON. T V T Mr. Sam Cox trill toon bava bif new boost completed. Tbeirfrie dU of Fairview anjoyei themselves by dancing and playing games a' •.:.e new borne last Wednesday evening. .Several of the * oft of this orner bave enlisted in Co. A. We learn F. C. Barnhart moved his family to the sheep corral las*. Saturday. They are to do cooking ior the sheep shearers, which will last per haps or.c month. J. A. Monaban return...

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