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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 4 May 1905

11 V 6 RIVER PROSPEC TO r-rzzr . RED ttlVER, TAOS COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. Ti?UU3HAY, MAY 4, MM ' );'," 1 " -V " ARTICLES. Off 1 v( OMPOROAT IOH. TNDF V EN fE v N I OU M1NUO ( f(4V .J. Mf HV HC FRF8NT,Tbt " ti l SI I -lur i'. ' ' l.scatiU'hf, L-linn d .1 ha A . ilwarti'l. ef ih rooatv ; Tans an1 ''ritui V of N- w MiX- Wllllsm r, Hcott, Willi-in R. prd Howard Fowal i 8eall Krader'ek IT . Powl -ea John Laaanlcht ;. Louis Mareblno Siii .1.' A. Jiworgnl ItealJ RTAT.IC OK Pk,IKYI.VANI ., City and ' in.iv of Philadelphia J it Be I" remembered thai on tin- 8tb rlsy I of April. J9 6, Im f ni roe ptrsonallv an I pe:iro,. William P. Hcott, William K. Pow j el, K i ln J, Walker Jr., John Ijrtaut, Howard Powal, Frederick Powel, to ma known and known to m to b tba potsoas mtninnad and dencrlbrd to tbc fortgolnc articles of Incorporation, and they did aieh severally thereupon duly acknowl edge to ma that they bad signed and ae our1 the forsgolae; art loles o' loeor.oora t on f v the puronaea thovain f...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 4 May 1905

Red River Prospector RED RIVER, NEW MEXICO. Acid phis ftBlt makes life, according to Prof. I-oel. But you have to know the recipe. Henry James says the American girl Is elusive. Not If the boy comes with theater tickets. The Tlerllners re playing poker to "beat the band. Another American In vasion, no doubt. -Commander Peary has a $100,000 hip, and hopes he is a man of the proper figure to sal) It. Counting the four-legged variety only, the census bureau found In this country 47,329,517 hogs. Massachusetts now proposes to tax cats. This bill should include the sort that play In our back yard. Unfortunately for Sir Thomas, the British cannot build yachts as well as they can play checkers. The New York Evening Post con fesses to atrahlllarity. Only those have it who own dictionaries. Two New York detectives are rumored to have "spurned bribes." Evidently misprint for "urned." Chicago has a whistling choir. How does the tenor ever resist the tempta tion, when the soprano puckers? It no...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 4 May 1905

Red River Prospector. BED RIVER, - NEW MEXICO. GOVERNCft BY REPORT. embla That ciinl Trouble to Detroit Mn. "I don't know how on earth such a report started,'' said a Detroit insur ance man, "but my wife and I had scarcely got settled In a little village for our vacation last summer when It was noised around that I was the gov ernor of Michigan. I denied It as fast as I could, but the denial didn't get around aa fast as the report. One morn in,;, after about a week, a broad backed farmer who didn't look a bit good-natured called me out to say: " 'Governor, I've got a leetle business With you.' "I'm no governor," I promptly an swered. " 'Governor,' he went on, "I don't be long to your party.' "No?" " 'And don't vote your ticket' "No?" " 'And I didn't believe the people of Michigan would elect no slch critter as you to office.' "And the didn't," I said. " 'No, I didn't believe it, but there was some as did, and when I offered to bet a $30 cow again a $5 calf that you'd git snowed unde...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 4 May 1905

Fashion's Latest Frills. Fashion has little regard for the cal endar, and we wear autumn leave on our evening gowns In January with as serene composure as we perch the airi est kind of hats of tulle and chiffon on our headB. Small distinction Is made between summer and winter hats now; the latter are as light and fantastic as though we were nbout to enter the month of June rather than February. A pale-blue hat hemmed with folds of brown chiffon turned up at one side with a bunch of edelweiss and held at the other with a bncklo of gold and paste majr be quoted as a typical pecl men of the millinery of the moment. On the other hand, we seem to have exhausted our affection for summer flowers on our fur toques, although the latter look the best when draped with a scarf of lace. Tramporent Gowns. Every well regulated wardrobe must count at least one transparent woolen gown, and In spite of strenuous efforts of manufacturers and modistes to In troduce other less hackneyed colors, some sha...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 4 May 1905

QUEEN OF ACTRESSES PRAISES PE-RU-NA. HiiNII " ' 1 . . fl ' jfe dHKiP : ill jii ' " MISS JULIA MARLOWE Heartily Approves of Peruna for the Nerves. I N a recent letter to The Penina Medi cine Co., Miss .In lia Marlowe. of New York City, writes the following-: "I am glad to write my endorse ment of the great remedy, Peruna, as a nerve tonic. I do so most heartily. "Julia Marlowe. Nervousness is very common among women. This condition is due to anemic nerve centers. The nerve centers are the reservoirs of nervous vitality. These centers become blood less for want of proper nutrition. This is especially true in the spring season. F.-ry spring a host of invalids are produced as the direct result of weak nerves. The married man can get a much warmer welc ome by taking home a box ol chocolates than he can by taking home a box of cigars, and the choco lates don't cost one-tenth as much. Every housekeeper should know that If they will buy Defiance Cold Water Starch for laundry use they will s...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 4 May 1905

; I'- (Rsd ! Prospector OS Vol. V. ,v.. ia . Vrr.v fAtaMatJetf MHl Jfca-, 7i f otmly. Am. HtnmMt. KKVIONT C. HTKVKNH. Enterr-d as Seoond-CI Matte' nl tlie RWt, New Meileo, Powtnff.r-v m RATKPOF SUBSCRIPTION. Weekly, per year. . .. $fl..r)0 Weekly, six months. 75 ' t-klr, thrw months 40 MX M.S. Miss Mwl Unitnon ws over fj. ra the Moreno- valley, visiting Jri'-nda. V 0. R. Fmhh vra over early 11 outlay morning on professional r siiiess. The mail frta IWn very nnrelia Wp the post week on Recount of the hr rl storms fr. an'T Mrs; R. J. Yonrrir and ft nr V'""(i'ept' ' hildreii. left, the of ,he on A vfeH with re'- . ir j . c 1 . j . : atives and friend , .l. Snuforn, (tto. rrW.lL T mbW the Onesta I Ti arlinT,t marls rnr nmn n viwlt T'sday. Tfe is linvins somn fine jri work printwd at' the Pronpeetor Cnlce. 17. .T. Callender is now rdv for V public to- ea!l and e the line cf GrooerK; s he ip aelliiip stJneaia pre ta. Thry are fresh and new. Nr. and MVs. C'lrie- Tnrton of Wt itin dioradf. ...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 18 May 1905

Y" RIVER VOL. V RKO JKIVfift, "TAGS COUNTY, -NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY, MAY 18, 190;1 RED PROSPECTOR What Jslack it (taj rep lightens; tk Wtiftd ? A r - ( uj. Nam koi.i,u1iI!k v.tih (wo in-acls ami one body. Aim. A . ..tiel. . Wh; in bttad ,IJm; ihe sim? Aus. IW-M-ie it rises .f rutu tha yassft, . ip . U tiUlt.il is I. .'..,: Iienri' by IxiliiK -mi ' i.oihptiiis? Ann.- A bush. V. u.uc.u: iw pulshed ill, ..ill buttons and ut or wet? Ans. A coat. of pniiit . e ran t King udwafil be linrlnl in , SexC"vd? Aus. Because he Isn't (leaii If OU were to ride a donkey what fruit would you resemble? Ana. A pair. What (a the best and cheapest light, especially Xor painters? Ana. Day light. What la the cheapest, feature of the fare? Ana. .Nostrljs,, two for a cent (scent). If Hick's father be Jolin's son, what relation is Dick to John? ,As. His grandson. What la it that has t neither flesh nor bipod, yet has .four, -fingers and, a thumb? Ans. A glove. W bat Is It that no one wishes to, have and yet wh...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 18 May 1905

Red River Prospector red river. NEW MEXICO. Uncle Russell Sago has recovered from his severe illness But It was terribly expensive. And now George Meredith has In filled an ode to the czar. It never rains but It pours. Another reason for the popularity of the short skirt is the necessity It Involves of wearing $7 shoes. A Chicago university professor suc ceeds Dr. Osier at Johns Hopkins. So the fun may not be all over yet. Says Dr. Patton, "Language is thought's pottery." And the doctor seems to have a good glaze on it, too. Widows are said to live longer than any other human beings, but you vouldn't think it when they tell their ages. A Pennsylvania court has decided that "a man is master in his own home." He is legally entitled to feel that way. That New Jersey preacher who eloped because "he was short in his cash." could hardly have been long on religion, either. New York has a man without any brains. He ought to shine brilliant. y at the monkey dinners and other func tions of th...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 18 May 1905

V CUBAN MINISTER m U.S. Recommends Pe-ru-na. Senor Qucsada, Cuban Minister to the United States. Sotior Quesada, Cuban Minister to the United State, is nn orator 'born. Tn n article in The Outlook for July, 18OT, by George Kennaa, who heard Cjuesada speak at the Esteban Theatre. Matanzas, Cuba, lie said: "I have seen many audiences under the spell of eloquent speech and in the grip oi strong' emotional excitement; but I have rarely witnessed such a scene as at the close of Quesada's eulogy upon the dead patriot. Marti." In a letter to The Peruna Medicine Com pany, written from Washington, D. C, ftenor jucsada says: "Peruna I can recommend as a very good medi cine. It is an excellent strengthening tonic, and it is also an efficacious cure for the almost universal complaint of catarrh.1' Oonzalo De Quesada. Congressman J. H. Hankhead. of Ala bama, one of the most inlluential mem bers of the House of Representatives, in a letter written from Washington, D. C, gives his endorsement to t...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 18 May 1905

taMfcMh Trui-.'.sOLT:.; -r ... . -d fciujflf Prospector HM-, Vol. V. Vi.liaVsd Jftiar. 7.tirrfo.7 at .Rrxi Atuer, 7ao Ge&ty, JVW' M&ctoo. VlRtlOgTV. SSTEVKN8. i.i'-;liiK. ntreds tjeoond-CUss Matter at thp Rlvr, New Mexjpq, PfllfflAffr RAT EH OF srBS(!KIPTlON. Weekly, per year. 1-5Q Weekly, eis Moptha -75 Weekly, ttirae rnQri.ie 40 E'lBh I'm. Fit'! VV' Ml'l"P, Pictures fciven, AVat. r it noddy, Faruinra nV busy. minora at work. Fresh -noda t Truing., Eerpbody fet-ls foe. See GO'i'i.-ler t t!ie store, Dr. King i cottffh syrup at, Stave's Call on yrB. M'iIbob fur pread, cake hiuI pies, Go (o tl te Victoria Hotd fore first clntsfi uifbl. Go to the Juatiaefeed bam for hay, gram, apples and egs". Tho Japa eetrai to have the Rus eianh liHir f tr.mlii'g on epd T.li Mr. Lntn'ioC Fi powj) made onr camp a pleHiant visit oti Friday of last week- Miss Bessie Ptiipps rnturnml to Bed Iiiv.r eur.duy from a weeks visit at E'town, Mr J. A. Z vcrgel name in from jS'town Monoay to push work on ...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 25 May 1905

RIVER -rr.. - OL. V BED UIVEK, TAOS COUNTY, NEW MEXtCO, TfTlWlSOAY, MAY 2'), 1!K)o. NO 41 d PROSPKCiOi 1 PUTS BAN ON LOVE BY MAIL Postmistress Isanra Cruel Manifesto Against the Boys and Gina at Glaesport, fa.. PlttSbUrg, I'a. The uosl mtetrok of Glah.;)orl. Mrs. R. M. It; . loll, who Is past ih KiHioning" age, is noi popular with the younR men am! won: :i of lliat town. A Dood of letters lias passed through her hands of lato. How the I)oslmlstres knew they were love let ters is something the younp people of the town are determined to laihom. When fhey reached the post office they rend a notice which said that no more "love making" would he iermlt ted In the post office and that "all boys an.l girls i-nder 18 years of ase must have a written order from their parents before mail is dcllverM " Mrs. Kussell says the young people of the neighborhood have !:r..n stimu lating their love affairs through the United States mail, many i nder mis sives being exchanged. She says the parents com...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 25 May 1905

Red River Prospector RED RIVER. NEW MEXICO. The hour-glass figure will be con venient for a young man's arm. A cargo of yeast cakes might help some of those flying machines to rise. Mr. Carnegie now announces that "wealth Is slavery." Watch us kiss our chains. An Ohio man dropped dead while cr-ting a piece of pie. Lucky fellow! He died happy. Too often rt is the cooks, rather than the children, that are the "de stroyers of home life." The telephone "hello!" In Japanese !s "moshl, moshl!" The busy signal must be something jarring. And now will Mr. Edward Atkinson Undjv tell us how much a man ought to spend a year for clothes? Any married man who thinks that the dresslngon $(i5-a year theory Is all right has only to consult his wife. An Ohio murderer spent his last hours on earth playing a guitar. He was probably anticipating his golden harp. Vermont declares her maple sugar crop is short, but that II impossible while the supply of granulated sugar holds out. "The School for Husbands"...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 25 May 1905

WARSAW CITIZENS ENRAGED AT UNPROVOKED SLAUGHTER The excitement at Warsaw, Poland, following the unprovoked shooting of citizens by tho police and Cossacks, continues Intense. How many were killed probably no one ever will know. The streets of Warsaw have been filled with funeral processions. It Is asserted that seventy people died at the corner of Jerusalem and Iron treets and four In the Praga district All day crowds of highly Incensed people have been crushing around the morgue, which is in the main street, writeB a correspondent. "After fight ing my way through a maddened crowd I forced a passage into the Russian Factory Life: The building through an unwilling posse of soldiers, distracted to the verge of vio lence by the aggressive attitude of the mob. '1 passed through a jealously guarded door and found myself in a courtyard full of police officials, one of whom promptly searched me for weapons or bombs. Then I went through a second court leading out from the first and down twe...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 25 May 1905

Red River Prospector RED RIVER. NEW MEXICO. SUNFLOWER PHILOSOPHY. We have noticed that merchants who live over the store usually do well. When you Rpoak kindly of any one. some people believe you have been bribed. When a father starts to spoil a child, He does It a great deal worse than any woman. Say a woman Is pretty, and there !s always some one around to say she hasn't any sense. A man can get a fine reputation by attending to his own business, and attending to it well. Americans are so smart; why does not one of them invent something that will make cats stay at home? One great trouble In life is that the paths for going wrong are planted so prettily with flowers at the beginning. A man who stands around town with nothing to do looks as worthless as a woman looks reading novels In the morning. When children are dressed In their best clothes to go anywhere, their mother works herself to death to keep them clean until It is time to start. A woman who will laugh at a preacher's jok...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 25 May 1905

FAMOUS ATHLETES As a Spring Tonic to Get the System In Good Shape. who fwfiMKBBMMK'. about to go j training (jBjHreMM? I ''' ' I John Glem'ster, Champion Swimmer and Only Athlttt to Successfully Sxoim Through the Michigan Whirlpool A'apids. PE-RU-NA Renovates, Regulates, Restores a System Depleted by Catarrh. John W. (ilonlster, of l'roviilenee, R. I., champion long distance swimmer of America, lias performed notable feats in this country and England, lie has used Peruna as a tonic and (fives his opinion of it in the following' letter: New York. The Teruna Medicine Company, Columbus. Ohio: Ocntlemen "This spring for the first time I have taken two bottles of lVruna. and. as it has done ine a great deal of good, I feel as if I ought to Kay a good word for its worth. During the springtime for the last few years, 1 have taken several kinds of spring tonics, and have never received any benefit what ever. This year, through the ad vice of a friend, I have tried Peruna and It has given sa...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 25 May 1905

Prospector Vol. V. Ho 41 FhI n-. A'nrj Thund"if at lied Uifr, laon ( ownf.y, A m Me.rivo. PtJBCiIBHBK. Intered a Seond.r: Mattm the River, Nw Mexico, I'ostoflire. RATES OP MlttttHfirriON Woehiy, er yoar. . ... W.CO Weekly, six months .75 Weekly, throe month 40 . $ SETS LOCALS. Seep cwKii! Higli water. pi ipln uw right Ibtwoil on .the ii-iu-iil( wafer. J. L. 'timmins inovivl op to his arlaium OBQooae oreek this wtn.k. .). L. biLfi'low is developing bis rpper '-lii ins on MahkI uituntiu. The Tiios Vftlle- are Imiipy rVRi ike propHuls for. a. big crop tics MOO. 'J1.. I Brook Cf Taos, is bnildltlg Hae semdeDSe 00 hit. BUKjh ti ar i'iat place. Reiueniber the ioiueivmle. Do mao others ae yon wibh. others to jo unto yotv. Lome Marchiiio of tHe fmln pendeenu ra :ie vititeil Kli;iulelh Vi'.mi, MimdMy AH 'be pairiea who were oliliirpr J atteml en rt at Taos, last veeb ave retnrio !. Old tnmerti sajviip outlook for n yosiier'uis year for Taos OOMty was aevwr in tier. When in Blizabethtown call...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 1 June 1905

RIVER PROSPECTO VOL. V RED UIVEH, TAOS COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY, June , 905. NO. 42 RED 1 " -Mi). 'I'. .1 ! I ' " 1 I ill '" " 3 : v - ' ..1 L.v-i , ... iv, Npw Mtxlcs. and the rest Inot agent (d ukaH thvreuf in Artlur Msuby. Article VII. Tne county or conntiaii i i the Territory I, J. W. Katnoli.s. eacrntry of tbs "f Ne v MX' whete the bu(ne3 Is lo bp Territory of Sow MrxL-o, do tatreuy oern- e " r,e ' 0, ' 'be county of Tabs u taid fy that ther. win Hl.d for rxcord In till OTJI, TKRHiniRY OF NI2 V MKYICO. OIVICKOK THE HECHE IAKY. i:iti IPICATE OK OdWP&tUSOW. office at Two o'lilack P. M.,on the Tweuty fonrth ilay of Hay A. I). 19 ARTICLES OF I N CO K POIl.S T I O V THE TAOS VALLEY LAND COM PANT. so. mm. and alio, that I bave compared the Mlow ing copy sf the -i 1 wilt, ibe original thereof now on flic, and aealnre it to be a cornet transcript tbarufroui and of the whole tbereo''. G yen un Ur my hand and the Great Heal of the Tercil.irr uf Mew .M at tbe City of Heuta Pa, the...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 1 June 1905

Red River Prospector HBD RIVER. NEW MEXICO. Opium Is declared to bp a cure for consumption. The cure is worse than the disease. That theory about the ingratitude of republics seems to break down In the case of John Paul Jones. It would be Interesting now to hear ftom Susan B. Anthony whether a man can dress on $65 a year. China and Oreat Britain have agreed on the Thibetan question. Whether the Thibetans agree doesn't matter. If Prof. Osier really thinks a man Is no good after he is sixty, he might try to beat Uncle Russell Sage on a stock deal. The duke of Manchester says he means to spend a year or more In learning the railway business. So long? Premier Balfour is reported to be taking a cheerful view of things in England. The golf season is about to open up. The critic who complains of the poor quality of fiction published In this country must have overlooked the Con gressional Record. Yes. golf will put you right. But If for any reason there is always the woodpile. Make it our w...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 1 June 1905

Red River Prospector URD RIVER, NEW MEXICO. A Fable. "The dangers of sensational Journal ism are many," observed the philo sophical fly; "and yet It suits the taste of some persons to the extent that it becomes a positive appetite with them. Now, there's my brother," he continued, pointing to a struggling, buzzing unfortunate. "He's so badly stuck on that yellow sheet that he's all tangled up and doesn't know wtoich, end he's on! "Cleveland Leader. Languages of Australia. Australia, by Its reception of repre sentatives of many lands, has an in finitude of tongues; but your real Australian-born Is proud of the fact that among the aborigines the bushmen there are relatively as many lan guages ns there are In India. Many have a sort of relation to each other, by means of which a man mastering one thoroughly would have a sort of key to several. Soy Bean Cheese. The municipal laboratory of Paris has been examining the experiments made by Dr. Vogel, who has manufac tured a very succulent ...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 1 June 1905

GRIP'S UGLY SEQUEL KNEES STIFF, HANDS HELPLESS, RHEUMATISM NEAR HEART. Mr. Vnn Srny Kxpfrlencea Innirfron After-KflV.-lv from flrlp nnil l.i-arna f of ft llloofl I ' i i 1 , Tho (trip leaves behind it vrnkeneA vital powers, thin blood, iuimirel di geHtion ami over-sensitivo nerves a condition that mtikeH the system an easy prey to pneumonia, bronchitis, rheuma tism, nervous prostration, and even con sumption. The story told by scores of victims of the grip is substantially the same. One was tortured by terrihlo pains nt the base of the skull; another was left tired faint and in every way wretched from nmrminor scantiness of blood; another had horrible headaches, was in rvous and couldn't sleep; another was left with weak hniKS, difficulty in breathing and nemo nenrnlKia. In every OWN relief was sought in vain until the greot blood -builder and nerve-tonic, Or. Williams' Pink Pills, was used. For quickness unci thoroughness of action nothing is known that will approach it. Mrs. Van S...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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