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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 7 November 1908

BMsssssssssMMHHsHsB g ' x 1 H SATURDAY, NOYEMJBER 7, 98. THE DESERET FARMER . Kj)l I water is soaked up, then spread the barley over the cellar floor about an inch in- depth and cover with wet gun ny sacks. In a few days the barley will sprout and in a week it will have well grown clusters of fibrous roots and a clean, strong green sprout often two inches in length. The fowls will devour root and sprout with avidity. In some sections of the country water cress is plentiful and after the birds become acquainted with its flavor, they learn to relish it. With a garden rake, the cress is quite easy to gather vuld where fed to the birds once a day, it is greatly relished. Of the meat i foods, perhaps the most common is the ordinary green cut bone. It is recommended very highly by most writers for the poultry press, there fore it ought to be good, and its value is doubtless enhanced by the pleasure one gets from operating a bone mill. Personally we prefer to stand in with the butcher and ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 7 November 1908

H 2 Til DISIKET FARMER Saturday, November 7, 1908. H Bn uvestock otj I With Th DESER.ET FAR.MER M , For Om Yar I $3.90 V- TK rgulcr prt f thto wrk 1 la $4.50, but with aplsxl r- H rangmnta wkh thm Publisher H w ar able to offer It together H with a Year'a Subeerlptlon to H Lhe DESCR.ET FAK.MER fer I $3.90 H Srd in yeir OnUr NOW I GO WEST i H AND SEE WHAT : IDAHO INVITES YOU H to share as an JTAtoitfoM B ttete; the best waterlg, H in the Union. Vffl H 1 ; 1 ; HOMES FOR THOU. M ANDt OF SETTLEKI H . M GOOD LAND M GOOD WATER 1 M GOOD CLIMATE 1 H , , GOOD PEOPLE f H Go to tb Goldan Wt 1 H For Ratci and Deacriptiya H Literature, Atfdrect ft B ! D. E. BURLEY. G. F. A. 1 M , D. & SPENCER, A G. P. A f ' OREGON SHORT LINE I RAILROAD I COMPANY I B SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH I HMfc- ........ . SOLOS AND. MUCILAGE.'' A few years ago, says a writer in the Boston Herald, in Lebanon, N. K., there was a certain Mr. Baglcy who was noted! for trying to use big words, and also for getting his re marks so...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 7 November 1908

H SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, ijX -THE DESERET' FARMER J B little act& of kindness, and easy chores Hr E.bout the house without being paid H for thenu At the same time I think H it is a good plan to assign some task H such as bringing the cows, helping H with milking, getting the kindling, H etc., and a fixed recompense of so H much a week allowed, providing the H task is faithfully performed-. If we H impress the child with the value of M time wnd money, and the relative value H of these compared with character and :AB usefulness we arc laying the founda- B tion for noble men and women. HJ O lH INDIANA FARM-HAND WRITES V ABOUT COUNTRY LIFE. 19 An Indiana farmhand has written fifl n letter to President Raoscvcltbout IS the work which the Country Life l Commission is carrying on. The jH President has turned the letter over i to the Country Life Commission and .V the Comtmssion has asked the farm 's l2.nd to write some more. .Wf "I have been a farmhand just long IB enough," says the Pre...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 7 November 1908

P I li 1 it it it THE DESE RET FARMER SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7 1908. B I CHRISTMAS IS COMING! B . I WE NEED SOME MORE NEW SUBSCRIBERS I TO MVKE 10,000 BY JANUARY 1, 1909. I WE MUST HAVE THEM I I You want some Christmas Presents! I LET US CO-OPERATE! I HOW TO SUPPLY OUR MUTUAL WANTS Hm If you will send us in some subscriptions you may avail yourself of , the following list of valuable articles as per each offer contained therein. H These articles arc bought by us from the great AUERBACH store, Salt H 1 Lake City, and have their guarantee of being standards for the prices. H . No. 1. Men's unlincd tan kid gloves, No. 10. Boy's Golf caps, No. 4817, 4 fancy silk-stitched corded backs; cheviots, cassimcrcs and tweeds, a lf snap fasteners; beauties, and just topnotchcr, for only two subscribers. H J the correct, swell thing for a young No. 11. Pair beautiful imitation tor H , gentleman's present. Given for toisc shell side combs, No. 4352, H t three new cash subscribers. heavy top, highly pol...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 7 November 1908

i ' I J m m " SATURDAY NOVEMBER, 1908. TrH-H D3BSERET FAKMXE Ifr H m- REPORT OF SALT LAKE COUN TY HORTICULTURAL INSPECTOR. Salt Lake City, Oct. 31, 1908. To the Hon. Board of County Com missioners of Salt Lake County and the Secretary of the State Board of 1 Horticulture. Gentlemen: In the first part of October the deputy 'inspectors and the inspector and some members and of ficials of the County Horticulture So ciety, by the liberal assistance of the County Cimmissioncrs, made a display of fruit at the State Fair, showing what can be raised in Salt Lake Coun ty. As a result the first prize -and a roIcI medal, for quality, quantity, -and-good display were secured. When we consider that the -judge was especially selected as one of the most capable .men from outside the State so as to be free from local lcan- ; ings, favoritisms, or prejudices, such I a- prize and award should be somc- 9 thing for fruit raisers of the County to be proud of. . , ; After the fair, one deputy was laid of...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 7 November 1908

3 "& VE vllHi; ' " K if ,fiHMr fcL Pflw v v L-. H W Jli TH D!fc TOMHfc SATURDAY, NOVEMBSR 7, zgftu- . lit - i , .. 1 , . H. ..''. . . " l Kr Ihqosier drills' M& j ! RUNNER PRESSURE WHEEL if DI0 PRESSURE WHEEL PLAIN DISC ' PLAIN DISC with GANG WHEEL ATTACHED ! SHOEDRttLS PIN HOE DRILLS ; H We have any of the above styles I MILLER-CAHOON CO. H t ' Pionetr Implemtnt Dealers B ' ; L C. MILLR, Gtn'l'jMgr. MURRAY, UTAH 1 Bf ""' ' n-v niyy f nWiiriijijinyfijijjrgjitiijjir H fMMgtfMflMlMl r rRKr'Sl Lj iiUBmimSmm i H THE LEADING COMMERCIAL SCHOOL IN M k . K THE STATE. FINE EQUIPMENT, ELEGANT H ' ROOMS AND GOOD TEACHERS. H M M WE SECURE POSITIONS FOR ALL OUR M H GRADUATES. NO FAILURES. , H Ml JH SCHOOL ALL THE YEAR; NEW STUDENTS I A J CAN ENTER AT ANY TIME. WRITE FOR FULL if INFORMATION. B ' JR HBNRG'ER'S -LJ I BUSINESS COLLEGE Wr H aaasuh wt Tcmpi st. H' 9- H IMii sSAUT LAKE CITY UTAH ' S V & 'w ' " HHHHHHHHHB' "f& ! 4 B iM ., , -t. nfTf' " '' HW I 9kj IronClad Hubs; BentM M ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 14 November 1908

I BffSFftFli I lb l . I Rr -Hbhiv V .jBhhihV .jIH ,hb L jf !'. r dH H rDfK If m K tiI 1 I nit -"Jtfrl ILilW jflg I Pf . v. I DO YOU WANT A FARM PAPER? I Y I fl ! S 5 J I niuch better it is to sell for cash than I .VtyV i(i! I I W VOL, V. SALT LAKE city UTAH, NOVEMBER 14, 1908. NO. XV. tjB

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 14 November 1908

Br '" . i I f m0 XKI DBgJI&BT JTARMSR Saturday, November X4t I9o8. 11 H Land Turkey Red Wheat for H Seed. B VOGELER SEED CO. Salt Lake City If there 13 anything the matter with your horses or stock use W. B. Chapman's LINIMENT For Man or Beast. If it docs not Cure when all fails, don't pay for it. Get your money back. AT ALL DRUGGISTS Wholesale by v. a: nelden drug co. Salt Lake City. I WHITE LEGHORORNS : LAYING STRAIN OF COCKERELS Thesie. birds will probably lay as many eggs, right now, as some ' of your hens What! Hens don't lay any eggs now? Well, ncith- ' , er do these cockerels, but their mothers, grand-mothers and great grand-mothers for thirty-fh c generations were selected layers ( from great egg producers and the egg laying habit is transmitted directly through the male line. If you are not getting all the , eggs you wish, try a cross from this laying strain. . G. S. GORLINE 1224 Et 7 South Strctt SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH t I THREE GAR LOADS OF REO AUTOMOBILES I SHIPPED OUR...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 14 November 1908

i I I SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1996. HJC DiSlRli A fe M fe .'. H "Leading Implement Dealers' Utah, Idaho, Nevada, Wyoming. Main Offices Salt Lake, Utah Gopfidaieii lllagoi) & Hue Ga I ! Branches: Ogdcn, Logan, Price Utah Jos. F. Smith, President Melvin D. Wells, Scc.-Treas. GE0 T DELL, Gen. Mgr. I Branches: Idaho Fails, Montpelier Idaho ' W. S. McCornick, Vicc-Prest. Grant Hampton, Asst. Sec-Treac. ' ' ' M 1 wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmtmt 'I renewed from time to time. There f arc various ways of heating the lye i. tank. Some arc large kettles set in If brick or over a firebox and arc heated Xf after the manner of a feed cooker; ' others have a coil of steam pipe con- ! - nectcd with a boiler outside the build lb ing. In places where the fruit is dried with steam it will be found con venient to run a coil in from the boil f cr to the lye tank. As a matter -of ( fact no two dipping tanks arc fitted up in the sarnie way, and the arrange ment will be largely a matter of con 7 . vcmcnc...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 14 November 1908

I Lj0 THE D E S E R E T PARMER Saturday, November Ul ioos I THE DESERET FARMER (THAT BIG FARM PAPER.) Combined With "Rocky Mountain Farming." Established 1904. Official Organ of the Utah State Poultry Association. Utah Horticultural Society. Utah State Dairymen's Association. Utah State Bee Keepers' Association. Bear River Valley Farmers' Protec tive and Commercial Association. Utah Arid Farming Association. Issued cvcry Saturday by the Des erct farmer Pub Co., Salt Lake Se curity &. Trust Building, Salt Lake City, Utah. Entered as second class matter Dec. 27, 1905, at the Postofficc at Salt Lake City, Utah. Subscription price $x.oo per year (Strictly in Advance.) Discontinuances. The publishcns must be notified in writing, at time of expiration, When discontinuance of subscription is de sired, and all arrears must be paid. Advertising rates made known upon aoplication. The right is reserved to reject questionable advertising. All communications and remit tances should be addres...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 14 November 1908

!l Saturday. NOVEMBER ,4. THE DESERET FARMER ; . L ; r ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT LOS ANGELES LIMITED. I - J To take care of rapidly increasing business, effective November 15th i next, a tweifve section drawing-room j electric lighted sleeper will be added ! to the equipment of the Salt Lake Route, LOS ANGELES LIMITED, west bound from Salt Lake City to Los Angeles daily. This to take care of Intcr-Mbuntain District, Colorado and Northwest passengers and no ! doubt will be very much appreciated I as 'it practically means a saving of I' twelve hours in time for them. H -o ; TIMBER SUPPLY OF UNITED ' STATES. - "We arc now cutting timber from the forests of the United States at the rate of 500 feet board measure a year Sfor every man, woman and child. In ' Europe they use only 60 board feet." f Few statements could be made 2 l which would1 better convince the avcr- Jf age man that this country leads the T world in the demand for timber. It is made by Tfcadwcll Cleveland, Jr., I in a circular...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 14 November 1908

I m y TH; I DUSERET FARMER Saturday, November 4, lqo8 m -" - - , .. -T ; w. r I IWTOFDOOR WORKERS t Men who cannot sloo v . 0 x) m for a rainy day,- will A aWn find Ihe greatest JsSeVr-. comfort and freectomgrHrJ of bodily movement PVt-rf W I BB if I JV WATERPROOF jM A I OILED CLOTHIN&J' , H Every garment bearing A ) 1 1 the sign of th fih "n 1 ' guaranteed waterproof -iN Catalog free g?w H 4w.fbwtR CO BO&TON V6A i6J B toienw(i,fo tiwiUO tfcoonTQ cw I I I I FOR SALE Boiwtll Winter Oati, I Btiwtjll Winter Barley. I "Writi for particular I STEPHEN BOSWELL I IflPHI - UTAH I National Field and Hog Fence K t- toaww h-- hkW toM-V lkawWaflWM-ea a-aapMah4 -fc-t..fc..fc..t i. t iL fc-fc-fr H ulvcbcitiorrlce,laaUIoni?ct,caucinotrou-lc. Don't H buy a fenoo until you hvo written About thin, our H t-iimnfin ' B 'M-n-i4 u whnt 7011 rcqulro unci kruu tu- T b 1 uuao wo will name you imcclAl B REVOiYlfi' IDARBLrimc uoiivcrwi pnco. H DaKalbFaneaCo,, DKal, III. Kanta-Clly, Mo. , Have Your HARN...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 14 November 1908

j, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER i4-98- t, PULLING STUMPS, ETC. : 1 Editor Dcscrct farmer: Would be ! very grateful for information rcgard- ? ing a stump puller, and whether it will pull bunches of Willows and green stumps, as my land is covered I with willows and am thinking of buy ing one if it will do the desired work, and will be glad if you will inform me through your paper. Yours respectfully, E. MULLINER, Ibnpah, Utah. Answer by Prof. J. C. Hogcnson. j i, Stump pullers usually do satisfac tory work with bunches of willows and green stumps if they arc not too large. Pullers made by the Zimmcr f man Steel Co., Lone Tree, Iowa; or - W. Smith Grubber Co., La Crescent, Minn., do good work. LOOKING AFTER THE FAMILY. fj A father and mother, with six cliil- F drcn, spent their summer holiday at h the seaside. Immediately on arrival J' they set about looking for cheap lodging. At length they came to a notice of a "furnished room to let" and made inquiries. "Oh, yes," said the landlady in an swer...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 14 November 1908

H IHI DRT TiL tllll SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, IM8. H6W TO C0WERT BIOTER- FUT IHTO REAL MOHEY Put yourrGreiin in thi JENSEN "Blus Top" Cans, win ifii lids to tht cans; sii that Hie name "JENSEN CREAMERY COMPANY, Salt Laid City, Utah," is on the I sfilpplRf tat, tlsi your I mmi aid past otfici ad I driss. Take the cans to I the nearest railway station; I "WE WILL DO THE REST" I YOU WILL GET YOUR MONEY! I If you do not have the I JENSEN "Blue Top" Cais, I write ir 'phone us for them; I use only the "Blue Top" I Cans. I JENSEN CREAMERY GO. I Salt Lake City, Utah WANTED Real estate man who Hi can interest party to assist us lo- eating monopolizing manufacturing home industries near natural gas belt. The product is indispensable H and, used by every family three H times a day; cost 5 cents; sells for H; 25 cents by the car lor.db. We have Hj got the dough and do bake the Hj bread. The bi-products alone will H more than pay for the entire plant H within the first six months. Intcrest H ed par...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 14 November 1908

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14. 98- T K IK D JC S X K. T T A. R M E R .-- . . . .. . 9 VASELINE AS AN EGG PRE SERVER. At certain seasons in the year it becomes necessary for the grocer to preserve eggs, owing to heavy re ceipts. This is particularly so in the country, where a grocer is obliged to take the produce which the farmers bring him. All sorts of schemes have been devised for keeping these eggs, and most all have met with but indif ferent success. Perhaps the only one happy exception is the water-glass method, which possesses the disad vantage of being troublesome when the eggs arc required. A very cheap and efficient method has been em ployed by a grocer in Montreal, which has succeeded admirably, and that process may be described as fol lows: A bottle of vaseline is heated until it becomes of the consistency of a thick fluid, and then the eggs arc dipped into the vaseline. Utmost care should be exercised to cover every portion of the shell. The vaseline V may be applied cold, but t...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 14 November 1908

PPHaaaaaaaaaMaaaaBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBj 10 MUL RBJKMsJLT ., FAftJUBJl Saturday, November i4, iU I 1 POULTRY H UTILITY STOCK. m When applied to poultry, the word H utility should have a technical sig- M nificancc. It should stand for the H bst in egg production and in table H qualities. It should mean that the H birds termed "utility stock" have been 1 bred as carefully and systematically H (scientifically) as the best exhibition M specimens. It is some times the prac- M ticc of breeders to cull their flocks m and retain the culls which arc offered H as "choice utility stock" and as cvi- H dence of their choice qualities, quot- H ing at length the number of prizes H won at certain .poultry shows by their H ancestors. Culls from exhibition Hj stock offered as choice utility stock. Is this right? Is it fair to the public who want utility stock? Stop and think. More than likely the ancestry of that exhibition stock has been ibrcd for generations for exhibition only, without regard' to incre...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 14 November 1908

Saturday, November x4. x. THE D ESERET FARMER -.T . 111 m excellence. And, yet that is just what m must be done to combine the two at- H tributes. H Now, the same law applies to brccd- H ing birds for table use, but in a dif- B fcrcnt way. For a fine roaster, we H want a fowl with a. well developed breast, long keel and short legs. None H fill the ideal better than the Orping B tons or Wyandottcs, for they possess H these characteristics in a marked' dc V grcc and both breeds mature quickly; B they arc also exceptionally good fry H crs and the mature hens make cxccl I lent stews. Who is there with a taste I so uneducated that he can not apprc M ciatc savory stewed chicken and dumplings. Can you convince the I public that one of these full plump breasted birds is no better for the 1 table than one with long, narrow I breast, short body and long big thighs? In breeding for table use, the birds should be selected as carefully and systematically as for exhibition or laying qualities, bu...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 14 November 1908

H 1 ' THE DESERET FARMER Saturday, November i4, i908. I I Do you Hear Well? H Th Stolx Elcotrophone -- A Nw, H ffnlAntlfio and Practical Invention M f for Thoo who ro Deaf or part- f lally Doaf--May Now be T- H tod In Your Own Home. H Denf or partially deaf people may now make a M month's trial of the Uolz Klcctropliono nt m home. This is unusually important news for M thedcaf, for bv this plan the final selection of Hf the one completely satisfactory hearing aid is m msde easy and inexpensive for everyone. JlHfe? w stant it is tip rSjPSM'..JSfc plied, mani' m Mrs. C. l.ldeckn. jj9 nth Ave., d" l sound Maywo6d, HI., wears nn Elcc ves in such H trophone. Less conspicuous manner ns to than eyeglasses. cause an aston- 7 I ishtng increase H in un clearness of alt sounas. It overcomes the buzzlnc mid roaring ear noises, and also so con H stantly and electrically exercises the vital tarts of the ear that, usually, the natural, unaided H hearing ttse'fxs gradually restored Prominent Busine...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 14 November 1908

H SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 14. l90' THE DISBRST 7AKMIK i 13 H I ENTOMOLOGY H Edited by Prof. E. G. Titus, State H Agricultural College. WHAT WE LOSE. H The losses occasioned by insects cx- H cccd the entire expenditure of the H National Government, and in this to- tal is included the pension roll and the H cost-of the army and navy. The an B mint loss to agricultural products will B vary from ten per cent as a minimum, K to fifty, seventy-five, or even a grcat B or percentage, in years of occassional serious operation. This may not ap- pear to us high in value until we rcal I i'c that our farm products at the prcs- cut time in the United States, have an I nnnunl vnluc of about $7,000,000,000. I Then notice what 10 per cent only 1 will mean, $700,000,000 a year caused by such insignificant members of the k animal kingdom; insignificant indivi dually, but collectively, gigantic in their ability to cause injury. The toss .of one apple by one codling moth will appear slight when compared with...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 14 November 1908

I 14 THE DES35RET FARMER SATURDAY, NOVEMBER X4, 1908. II I CHRISTMAS IS COMING? I WE NEED SOME MORE NEW SUBSCRIBERS TO MAKE 10,000 BY JANUARY 1, 1909. WE MUST HAVE THEM! You want some Christmas Presents! I LET US CO-OPERATE! I HOW TO SUPPLY OUR MUTUAL WANTS H If you will send us in some subscriptions you may avail yourself of H the following list of valuable articles as per each offer contained therein. H These articles arc bought by us from the great AUERBACH store, Salt M Lake City, and have their guarantee of being standards for the prices. H No. 1. Mcn'sunlincd tan kid gloves, No. 10. Boy's Golf caps, No. 4817, H fancy silk-stitched corded backs; cheviots, cassimcrcs and tweeds, a H snap fasteners; beauties, and just topnotchcr, for only two subscribers. H the correct, wcll thing for a young No. 11. Pair beautiful imitation tor- H gentleman's present. Given for toi&io shell side combs, No. 4352, H three new cash subscribers. heavy top, highly polished given H No. 2. Boys' Un...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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