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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 25 January 1896

The Little Statesman BY K. L. ARMSTRONG A ( OMPLETE CYCLOPEDIA OF POL I'IICAL ECONi >.UY AND RE FORM POLITICS, designed to QIICKL YA NSII ER (> I EST/0 XS AND SETTLE ARGUMENTS: . : Endorsed by People's Party Leaders and Press Every where as the Jiest of Refer* Ctice Books and the Most Effective Vote-Maker ever Printed : : : : : A Who!; Library in One Handy Volume CON T9 s A New liutory of American Poll tics . eps In the Growth of American Liberty: Magi. liarta—Tho Mecklenburg Declaration— The. L laration of Independence A The Consti tution <'f Uio United States The New Declara tion r> : dependence: The Omaha Platform la (all x_ '.'ow study of Political Economy, based an tho i.aha Platform X Sectionalism in Ameri can )' >llilo* X 'f he Laws of Property X Interest and i nry X. Debt and Slavery X The Land (.Mes tlon x An Exposition of the Single Tas X Co o; -ration Direct Legislation: The Initiative a> Referendum —Proportional Representation X :ie Philosophy of Money ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 25 January 1896

Hill, author of * ' Hill , t Ua „ uaL bT which government may own and operate Confidence restored, banks become full of MWH vomoru bank failure*, nor financial panics. SSSV business and throwing people out of work. SSfniaelossary, answering hundreds of questions BgAgTSa/sllyer. banking, etc. Eyery 'otei OrsitbookforaKental Cloth,7scta. leather. ffSTsolSSd. Address. The Dawn Bo* 674. p\»J, po"l»>u. » Blleushurg. Wash. M. LVWOOD, •'The Granger HARNESS MAKER Has bad So years experience in the harness business and does all hi« BY HAND^I^ aud WARRANTS HI - work not to rip. Call and sec him. Next door to Jan. Jin inset/ WANTED:- Several trust worthy gentlemen or la dies lot ravel in Washington for established Blijble house. Salary $7*o and expenses. Steady position. Knclose reference and self addressj<l stamp- I'he Dominion Company, third Floor Omaha Bldg , Chicago, 111. " 9 BURK'S EXPRESS # I desire to say to one and all that I am ready aad willing to do all kinds of work in niy li...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 25 January 1896

•■ <i,\i;i.r. a 4TKIx\fAM, Grocery ami dry i 5 %'uori- Fourth K1 , bet. Pearl* Pine. " ' v Bos ■ Groceries. li Pearl St., I>el. 3rd & i>h Street Pin reiki mtuo i <>.. Oeueral drun store] f P< irl Sireei, Between ::r.l & ith IlKiiiiY Mi.! i, ( " , ««-nrra! drujfKlat*. On r Pi url street, In tween Brtl * 4th. Si k\ Ksa a Ei.woon, Prescription druf?« Kist. Cadwell BleU, between 4tb & stb. M French Tansy Wafers. fliesu wafers are the relief and cure j 1 remove all ob»i matter whtil Ihe enute, and vi" «ure and »afe oAer.f time. » Mattui •<•«.,ivd i.\ Kgereou l>rui( Co., San sos»e, < il., and foi ,alebj Stephen* & El« wood, |)rilggliri& - »1< Ants, < adwall 151k., Kllenslmrg, Wanb , 1 I sell th* In-sl Hour. Thirty years experience in the baking business has made mo familiar with every lesl.— Bossong. Estray Notice. yeatllnghei <. r. black and white spotted, yin each ear, no brands visible Two red v. i»g> elfors cuipiil the right a...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 25 January 1896

COUNTY TREASURERS ANNUAL REPORT. Cash from Trover*, $10,059.39 Collection feef from officers 5,-177.22 Collection on tax tolls 85,379.72 Error* and Omission* 232.66 faxescollected by A. A. Meade, 474.95 Interest on Bank certificate from Travel* 134.25 Tuition collected by school clerks 151.15 Penalty and interest on tav rolls 2,042.48 Stallion licenses from Travers 263.50 Part payment horse sold C Palmer .'57.10 Harris & Co . forfeit on bonds 2,000.00 gtate school apportionment 1,409.39 Pauper account returned by Uoodwin 6.50 Sale school bonds District No. •"> 700.00 Fines and costs. $719,28; Liquor licenses. $1,200.00 1,919.28 Road Poll tax. $56.00; (i. X. I{. K. Co.. Wenatcbee road $3,500.00; Lumber sold. +■">.<>(> 3,561.00 .'fatal.... $113,848.49 Refund on taxes, $ 686.39 Current fune warrant paid 8,693.12 Road property " " 2,275.38 Road k bridge " 7,203.64 Salary •• " 14,523.95 Pauper v " 3,469.31 Incidental fund ' " 2,231.22 Court house, jail " " 1,593.70 Gen...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 25 January 1896

DOCTOR Jidier's ENGLISH Remedy •.till »top ft coujjb In it night, check a cold in m clay, Rn>l cuteconsumption if i.aken In tins*. If the little out* have Croup or Whooping Cough, mm it promptly. W £Sg\ Croup is v very fatal disease. A V j« Tp tacked die' The great The 'Unease so rapidly thiit the loss Of a rev.-hours in treatment is often fatal. ACKER'I BNOUIH RCME DV v. ill cure Croup, ami It nbottld nl tvuv* be kept in the house for e• ■■■■ rgencies. A ?j cent bottle may • \ our Child')) life. .ireeetßMiSSc, AOc,sl, All Drnaafst* CKER MEDICINE CO. it> .ft x* Chmmberu St., Sew York. Money in Farming: 1 1 » , notable fact thai all farm lug |ut<*r- Mt» iwiprove where it In possible to utilize lft«« \vni»r that the wells on the farm will tir duee. How few people think of the vol* \n f water for irrigation, uml what couid he m 'need at a minimum cost if it wore used. T! ucstioa has been heretofore how to get tin iter to the surface economically, and 3hi- has been accomplished...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 1 February 1896

OUR MOTTO: Jeep in the Middle of the Road. No fusion with any political party on earth. VOL. 2. FIRST QUARTERLY REPORT OF EAST WASHINGTON W. C. T. U. Continued from last week. good program is prepared and car ried out. Ellensburg Union meets every two weeks. Have taken up eight departments of work with gooASupt. in each. Oct. 4, day of prayer for success of National Con vention was observed; program as given in Signal was fully carried put. Union temperance meeting was held previous to city election; 800 leaflets destributed; the meet ing seemed to arouse some who were resting easy while we are sur rounded with such terrible evils. No report from Wenatchee. Spo kane, Asotin and Lincoln counties, did not have reports. I failed to get the names of all the Unions in time to ask them for reports. Riv erside I wrote to, but the letter was returned unclaimed. Walla Walla Union, since the convention, has been slowly but surely at work; we have held our regular meetings ev ery two weeks; wh...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 1 February 1896

r 3?±x& Dawn PUBLISHED WEEKLY. 50 CENTS PER YEAR. nOBT. A. TURNER, EDITOR. fl'l'K E Rouuih Gcd«li« Blofk tgPAV\ KKTISKMKNTi to Upp»:ir ill tlll p:ipei imi-I be handed In not than THURSDAY 1 p, ia<i to insure publication. [Entered bh 2nd. Class Matlt-r at the Ellens imrgb Poßt-Ofiee, Kittitus County, Wasb- Ington, November sth, 1884.1 /> in flats lawx, not tin right* oj men v tiller the laws that we fight. THE PRESS FUND. >- viBKK oi One Dollar Pledges fo Ida press sent in since our last •» i Mfci. ■ 3 Pre iousiy acknowledged . . 53 I Total B*l A H. Jewett, White Salmon, Wasu.,»n Fruit tree*. fIO.OO ti. w. Hornbeck, City, hardware, 10,00 V, Warner, City, : >-'"> l„ '.. Vincent, C ity, i>- f 'U I . Kllinon, Thorp, 0.00 H, Newman, Thorp, 5.00 Send in your- Dollar Pledge at ance. We will hove the preset Owing, to other arrange ments, the Populist club will not meet to-night, as per an norucenient. Their hall lias been let to other parties. Re member tin's. The coun...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 1 February 1896

MATCHED. HATCHED AND DISPATCHED. §SJfEBAL LOCAL NEWS. •'I cannot tetl how the truth may be, j tell the tale as 'twas told to me." Sign the $1. Press Pledge. Help us procure the big press. J. 0. Ellison, of Thorp, made us a call on Wednesday. Walter J. Reed, of Cle-Elum. was in town Wednesday. J. F. Travis, of Rossland B. C. I; was in the city this week. Get one of those Onix stand ban quet lamps, at Willis' Bazaar. 8 T. Pack wood says if he can af ford it, he will attend the Populist National Convention. Phil Olmsfead would be a good man to send to the Populist Nation al Convention, July 22 nd. Go to the Rohmke gallery to have youi picture enlarged. The fiuest work at bottom prices. 25 lbs. of the best eastern rolled oats for $1.00 at Boss ongs. 30 lbs. pink or bago beans for $1.00 at Bossongs. We contemplate making a change in the size of The Dawn at an early date, which will almost double its present size. Get a fine singing bird and cage at Willis' Bazaar. Utf How much did it cos...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 1 February 1896

Danger Signals Afar*- than half the victims of tomump lion do not know they have it. Here is a list <oi symptoms by which consumption can certainly be detected: — Cough, one or two slight efforts oft rising, occurring dvi ing the day and fre quently during the nighi. i Short bnalhiug after exertion. Tightness of (hit chest. Quick pulse, especially noticeable in the Itveninf and after a fuli meal. (l>ii)in< >s in the evening, followed by Slight freer. Perspiration toward morning and 'Pals face and languid in the morning. Loss of vitality. If you have these symptoms, or any of them, do not delay. There are many prepui.itions which claim to be cures, but Dr. Hclur'i fcr.alish R««»4vfor Consumption h"as the highest endorsements, and hai. stood the test of years. It will arrest con sumption In its earlier stages, and drive a l . the symptoms named. It is manu fa- :red by the Acker Medicine Co., 16 an., is Chambers St., New York, and sold by all reputable druggists. * Money in...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 8 February 1896

OUR MOTTO: £eep i ll the Middle of the Road. No fusion with any political parly on earth. VOL. 2. LIONS. A. P. A. l"> recent ''base" solo started a train of thought in m> mind with respect 10 lions. Tin deepest bass-v deed singers in the world are lions. W! • . rhe.\ roar! Tail in air and main .1 shaking, they make tho eai! thai breathes, for miles around to trem ble. When yon say a man's a lion, it doesn't mean that he ha* a shag n mane and a long tail. Aml thereby hangs a tale! We have heard ol a "lyon" that couldn't sigu its own name. But when it makes its mai ... out! When a democrats "lyon" makes its mark, in token of agreemeut to rote for tho head ot the republican ticket. (Johannus MeGrawfus for governor, and votes for tin- tail ot the democratic ticket, why thereby hangs a tab-! Such a "lyon*' votes for "protec tion." to 'our leading industry." Both republicans a:.<! demo's fa« vorprotection i-> ''our leading in dustry." No "tariff reform" <»r •free trade" h&l...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 8 February 1896

* £?ii & Dawn PUBLISHES WEEKLY. 50 CENTS PER YEAR. HOBT. A. TURNER, EDITOR. OFFICE Rooms 39 *30 Oeddla Mock tfg"A UN KHTISKMKNTa lo appear In thi paper imi-i be handed in not later than Tm i'.HUAY I p, m-, to inaure publication. | Entered i- 2nd. Cla>»a Mutter vi the Kllens* wurtfli l*<>st-Office, Kittitas County, \\ .isli it j!";:, S-m-mlir r *»th, 1894. ! li is class law tt, not tin rights <;/ i:ti, uiuU'T the in ics that w< fight, lin you intend making final proof on >cur claim' If so, remember the ruling of th.- Land Office gives •mi the i ;ht to what pupei it *h.»!: be pub fished it. .nil if'S'ou are a friend of the people'statue, yon v ' ive it to Til t L>A\VN. Ili ;»of rmrtsentation in a.'- People's Parly Natio Conventional St. Louis. Mo., luly and is asfol; v.-: .. . All M. Arizona 4. A; kans* , 20, < ahforuin Colon. is, Connecticut!;, Oelaware 3, Florida 8, Oaorci Idaho?, Illinois &4. Indiana itO, luua ;0, Kat. Kentucky an, Louhhma ' iviatne ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 8 February 1896

HATCHED. HATCHEO AND DISPATCHED, LOCAL NEWS. «I cannot tell how the truth may bo, j tell the tale as 'iwhs told to me." Sign the $1. Press Pledge. Help us procure the big press. A little son of Key. Stevenson is dangerously ill. F. W. Agatz will assume edito rial management of the Register next week. Money on "hand for farm loans. C. H.Stewart, No. 58 Greddia Block. J. T. Armstrong, formerly editor of the Register, goes into the asses gors office as a deputy, shortly. The Rehmke Bros, have employ edE. J. Hamuiacher, to run their new gallery, call and see him. you want yourelntltea mended, or bsvevnu any sewing you wish to have don. :• If so, fake if to Mrs. (. s. Davis, room 10, jDGeddh. Block. Go to the Rehmke gallery t.. have yotu picture enlarged. The finest work at bottom prices. 25 lbs. of the best eastern rolled oats for Si.oo at Boss ongs. A trick of republican leaders and newspapers is to say when the re publican party have the next Pres ident and both houses of Congress. If...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 8 February 1896

. DOCTOR f ■ - ENGLISH Hft *A for Coughs, Colds, vi d Co usumption is beyond question the greatest of all modem medicines. It will stop a Cough in one night, check a cold in a day, prevent Croup, relieve Asthma, and ctirt Consumption ii taken in t:i'-; "You can't afford to be with out it." A 25c bottle may save you life i Ask your druggist for it. Send foi pamphlet. If the little ones have Croup or Whooping Cougli eit promptly. // is sure to cuts. reeSIMS—CgC, «oc.acit.*i. All Druggist*. CKT.R MEDICINE CO., 16 «t- tH Chnmbei • St., JV. i". Money in Farming: li - :i notable fact that nil farminx inter- ! :-st- ir rove where it i- nos»ililo to utilize ; t'i v. :i r tbat tho well* •"■ farm will ili iluee. How few peoj>le think of the val ii, f 'iter for irrigation, unci what conicl be pi 'mi .-I ai a minimum en tif It were u*ed. 'I testion has been heietofore how to gel ; !h ater to the surface economically, and Shi has been accomplished by the use <>f GttHoline or kerosene &l...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 15 February 1896

OUR MOTTO: Keep in the Middle of the Road. No fusion with any political party on earth. VOL. 2, THE SINGLE PLANK IADE. jflfc D, 1 T IDS OX E. YMESS ES HIS VIEWS OX THE SIX CtLE PL.IXK ID E.I. Mr. Editor: It is truly surpi is ing to see how suspicious some men are of others. They are ready to impugn every motive and move made by everybody out themselves, especially, is this so in political matters." I was particularly im pressed with this idea at last Satur day *s meeting when I ol served how gome of those present raised their hands in holy horror whenever it was suggested that the next politi cal campaign by thi Peoples party should be fought on the financial issue. They wanted the Omaha Elatform in its entirety, nothing iss would answer. When I cast my vote in 1876 for that noble phi lanthropist. Peter Cooper, for presi dent. I believed that in a few years we would see the reforms we were advocating enacted into laws. But as the reform ideas gained strength, the demands increased u...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 15 February 1896

PUBLISHED WEEKLY. 50 CENTS PER YEAR. ROBT. A. TURNER, EDITOR, ot ru i: Boom* 99,St SOCkMNtla Block.. lo appear in this paper mv.*\ be handed in not later than Tiu ' p. in., io insure publication. [Entered as 2nd. ( lass Matter at the Ellens burg h Po&t-Ofllce, Kittitas Count? i Wash ington, November uth, 1804.1 ft in Hum lava, not the ii<ilit* of men under the /hkcu thnt w< fight. I)., yon 11.tend making final proof on your claim? If 10, remember the ruling of the Land Office gives you the rtfht to designate what papci it shall be pub" fished in nnd i< you arc a friend of the peopli ;>'. you wl'l pive it t<> Tin Dawn. T! i.i*of representation >" the People's Party fJatio ; Convention al Sr. Louis, M -.. July 22nd is as full .ws: Ala! '.■"».», Arizona 4, Arkansas 2C, California z9 Color. . ■ is, Connecticut* 7. Delaware 3, Florida 8, Gcorgi >t, Idaho 7, Illinois f>4< Indiana ISO, lowa 30, Kan >- 3a, Kentucky a 5, Louisiana 10, Maine 9, Ma rylni Ma...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 15 February 1896

TO R. E. FLEX. Evil is wrought by Want of thought More than by want of will. Mr. Editor —V our correspndeut in speaking of law abiding citizens «id justice, I know to find either , on would have to look quite awhile around Ellensburg, 1 am sorry to say, but it is a fact never the less, I will tell you a few facts gnd after reflection you conclude yon are on the right track, why I {rill have nothing more to say. No man can afford to be faithless under jny circumstances; a man cannot afford to be mean at any time: a man cannot afford to do less than his best at all times and under all circumstances; uo matter how un justly you may be treated; a man cannot for his own sake afford to use anything but his better services: yon cannot afford to the public just because you have heard this or that about a man; you canuot afford to do other than deal uprightly with every man no matter what exigen cies may exist between you and the Pound master or any other city official. If you conduct yourse...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 15 February 1896

It !* a notable fact that all fanning piter »f)ts improve whore it Is possible to utilize Ui-that the wells "<i the farm will tii duce. How few people think of the val iie !' 1 iter for Irrigation, and what eoukl I"' pi !«ed ai a minimum co tif it. were used. Tl uestioii has been heretofore bow to gel th< iter to the surfaci economically, ant] ihi has i>een accomplished by the use of Gasoline or KeroseneOilGas Engine, manu factured by Palmer & Key Type Ponndry, 40"i Sansome strn&t. San Kranclseo, Cal. II V* want it understood that there is no oar interested in Hie Damman Mill except the tinder 8/ -nett. V'IZFA ■ y (rJtEENE ■* CLOAKS, CAPES, JACKETS.- Splendid Lines of Winter OVE RCOATS. New Dress < roods Constantly Arriving at THEWASKWON MERCANTILE GO. KITTITAS VALLEY NATIONAL BANK. Kdmi nii Seymoi h, President; J. C. ll' BBET.ii, \ ice President. .1. !\ M.Stoneroad, Cashier. Edmund Seymour, P. H. Schnebly, Ellensburg, Wash; J. C. Hubbell, Ellensburg, Wash; J. T,...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 22 February 1896

OUR MOTTO: ecp in the Middle of the oad. No fusion with any jlitical party on earth. VOL. 2. THE BESOTTED TYRANT. \JJCS IS THE ARRAIGN MENT OF CLEVELAND BY BEN TILLMAN. I The presentation of committee ports on Cuban resolutions and espeech of Senator Tillman, the w senator from South Carolina, .wished the stirring events in the enate today. Such a torrent of in iective has seldom been heard in he senate as that in the speech of Senator Tillman. Vetran members if the body characterize as the most imarkable in the history of the ipper house of congress. It abound din statments of a sensational baracter, arraigning the president od secretaiy of the treasury and Den in high positions. There was a lirectness of statement and a dra latic manner of delivery which iwed the floor and the galleries. The wtures of the senator were used in cting his words. At one time he rode a profound salute and tipped his hat to John Sherman as the "fi nancial victor of a quarter of a cen tory." The gallerie...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 22 February 1896

T 50 CENTS PER YEAR. ROBT, A. TURNER, EDITOR. '•rrin: Rooms «o *so GedtitM «io«:u |jyadvertisements to appear In this paper must be banded In not later than Thursday i p. vi., to Insure publication. [Entered as 2nd. Class Mutter at the Ellens* uurpb Post-Office, Kittitas CountVi Wash hilfton, November sth, i*«i4.! It Is 'lass laws, no* the rights of men under the Jans that we fight. D«> you intend naking final proof on your claim! If so. remember tht ruling of the [And Office gives ?!OU the r' -ht to designate what papei it (hall be pub- Ished In and if you are v friend of the people's cause, you * '" "'<■<; it to The Dawn. 1 : lie republican party is grow ing. -Capital. Yes. like a cows tail n '-owing down. The Capital says "the hop louse juii tro." Certainly* and long be j.hv ii takes its departure it will ci. ■ w l over the grave of the debauch ed ivul debased old republican ]>•"• the National Republican League officially calls on Republicans NOT TO READ OR OTHERWISE ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The dawn. — 22 February 1896

OUR "LEADING INDUSTRY." We don't see why "Pro Bono Publico" shoulden't have said that it was because of the "lions" roar, or for faer it would roar, that our 'trusted marshal' was re-elect ed. * * This community had an ocular demonstration of the product of "our leading industry" in that awful double murder and the more awful lynching scrape that followed it last August. The following from a New "York paper is a sample of the product of "our leading industry." The Morning Journal, New York, Jan. 5. "Last year there were 31,897 arrests for drunkenness in New York, and among the culprits were 8,414 women. Following are the number of arrests made during 1895 for violations of tbe excise laws, given by quar ' tars: Males. Females Total First Quarter.... 3,339 39 3,378 Second Quarter.. 2,242 44 2,280 Third Quarter... 1,724 08 1,792 Fourth Quarter (closely estimated.... 1,800 Grand total 9,256 Ninety per cent of these arrests were for violation ot the Sunday laws. The cost of this terrifi...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
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