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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 December 1908

J « V: •■■i" ■ rkalAgatm picrvms by W£SL COPYA'CMT. /DO? 6Y A. C HCLL/IG *« CO. CAMPBELL Axtsmm wilson CHAPTER I. I never quite knew how It was that I took Vincent with me, except that we both neoded a holiday at the same time and the same kind of holiday ap- pealed to us both. Vincent's whole name and title Is Lord Wilfred Vin- cent, for he Is the younger son of the old duke of Totten. Men of Ills own ago call him "Freddy," but I call him Vincent or Wilfred, because I con- sider curtailed appellations undignified. Vfncent is an artist—that Is, ho calls himself one; his friends call him "a dabbler in art." He doesn't really go In for It seriously, you know, but ho did little sketches of cows and that sort of thing rather well, I fancy. So wo agreed that our aim was to find a little old village, far away from London, and get rooms In some old farmhouse. My Idea wns that Vincent would go out and paint the cows while I would lie In the hammock and the old lady would bring me buttermilk...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 December 1908

t*c- £ ... '■ r . v I - T i. i Gentlemen s Correct Clothes m TKe Clothing we sell is designed and made by the celebrated Schloss Brothers & Co., jj^ of Baltimore *& They represent the highest possible achievement in Tailored Clothes Jy Makings Exclusive designs for every taste and figure J/ Correct Styles, Right Quality c and Moderately Priced^-- We unquestionably give the best values in Suits ever offered in the town If-. . &j-tJ r/~ 1 ^ ) ! or** ^ o The newest and latest novelties in Neckwear, Hosiery If™ L.I c I • i IMS I ^0>Shirts. Underwear, etc. Don't wait for the cold, chilly breeze of winter, but get ready/^buy now, while we are offering better values than ever before, for much less money ITtXfTIbrXn d shoes are better ift i • '<0no0^ </. A J i I I WON I tCHLOtl BHOS A CO flM Clothot Mtkiri -WE MAKE THE PRICES" ,.._LANT0N'S CASH STORE.. __ . p ft ^• A^wVi.v/L ?2 f.-SV \ ■I'"-.-'--' *' I ft ft JafflES sjww*~i'; •«r< THE ALTO HERALD M9CLURE & M = C ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 December 1908

jr. itW W' I A. « • . .. « 4 W' ens M m f nT H ^ a IH ■ M ^11-. —Our Advertised Clothing Sale! For the two weeks just passed was the greatest success ot any undertaking of a like nature in the nature o!: our business, and hundreds of pleased customers now wear "Superb Clothing/' who had heretofore been strangers to the value and neat fitting qua'ities of this garments Despite thir sale, we still have An Immense Stock of Goods Still on HandH- Not only of Clothing, but every other article of wear for man, woman or child, which are being sold at figures commensurate with the low price of cotton, and respectfully ask your your inspection- |Our Books Are Closed Until After January 1,1909 | And credit will be given no one, so don't ask us for it^It is our desire to col- lect outstanding accounts during December, and we hope all who can do so, J will come in and settle, and let us all start the year 1909 right. ** iHinery at Cost ] ALEXANDER & KING r M - fea * U ' -/i 'm 1 TW ' It | IP...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 December 1908

m ■ft. XOM ft Vr pp <; I'I"I'S, ' Tlie grand old man," Iib | i I'M- lie i* <> honest handling i I, ,, .. i Hi" lie savs: "I have nwii , Sl'OIIN'S DISTEMPER CURK for 18 year* alwuy* with bcit •uccen, It i* tbd ;,nh rciiM'ily I know to euro all forms of «lisie i|n r aiid i M-u'iit horses in name «la- blfl having the discaae." 600 nnd $1 a bot- t!,' All < 1 r11:• lm K i manufacturers. Spoliq Jled'ieal Co , Chemists, lioshen, Ind. Friend, what you'd got, flrst earn.— Browning. it Vcun-ltics for Christmas rcsenlsS lined with black, for eyes. Attach the owls to a twig. Made In three sizes, the birds look like a little fam- Snap-Shot Album. This is iiiadn of heavy gray papei, with covers of gray cardboard or of S/VAP SHOTS iif MISS. Y * -* sophia kittlesen; lir.Al.III VERY POOR— HLSTORtD BY PE-Rl-NA. Catarrh Twenty-five Years- Had a Bad Cough. Miss Sophia Kittlesen, Evanston, 11L, <vritcs: "I have been troubled with catarrh for nearly twenty-live years nnd have tried many cu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 December 1908

Mr. Gouty—Thank b veil, I'm not a centipede. BAD ITCHING HUMOR. FARMERS OF THE MIDDLE WEST. NINETY-EIGHT FEET SHY Th« Best Housed, Clothed and Fed Farmers In the World. The possibilities and remuneration from farming naturally lead to a de- sire for social Improvement and a higher standard of living. To-day the middle west farmer Is the best housed, clothed and fed farmer In the world. Then certainly the most Intelligent, declares a writer in Good Housekeep- ing. I say this advisedly, havhig vis Ited the orient and countries of the Mediterranean, and spent much time ' in rural districts on the continent and England. To what good fortune shall we ascribe this position? Ow'nerslilp of fertile land—a fair, fat land! Tho average size of the farm in France J and Germany Is five acres; In Eng- land, where land is largely in the hands of the nobility, nine acres; In the United States of America, 150 acres. The greatest appeal that the soil of- fers is the cheapness and high stand- ard of l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 December 1908

waft r .jr-vf t iI 4 | * i 3 Rfer EXllSIK Jewclfll * * i * Goods Exchanged or Money Refunded on Any Unsatisfactory Purchase L ^ NO PRICE COULD EE LOW ENOUGH, NO TEMPTATION GREAT ENOUGH, f. 2B pa cfcl SB TO INDUCE US TO HANDLE ANY GOODS OF A DOUBTFUL QUALITY — i We have a beautiful and well selected line of Jewelry displayed in our Store for your inspection. We will still have more, as we are receiving daily New Patterns ol Jewelry and Silverware that will please you for your Christmas Presents. When you make a purchase from us you arc assured of the high standard in the quality, You are dot buying new goods from a new house. You have no risk to run. We take carc of your complaints, should you have any. We are here fo stay, and to stay with the old reliable LINZ BROTHERS' line of Jewelry ^ The Line That Has Always Given Satisfaction, and is Sold to You Under an Absolute Guarantee! *i We can interest you, if you appreciate the importance of good Jewelry. No Special Sale of a new line ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 December 1908

r\ ? * A Cbe Blto flcrald. enlfrcrt JanunrvwS, 1001,at the Alto, Tcxn Posf office atSeCOWIOiivi Hnll Halter Act of Oonure.vy tlorrh.v 1*7# Volume IX ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER n, 190S. Number > The more limited your means the more reason why you cannot afford to misplace a single dollar of it for Clothing that will not give you a full dollar's worth of service. The more limited your means the more \ We Are Alter the Man with the Moderate Income \ reason why you should buy your Clothes here, for then you are sure of longest Wear and greatest service if Majestic Clothing Compares with the Best in Quality K * We will Carry Over no Clothing and Style and Workmanship, It is made of finest cloths, cut and draped and tailored in a way that re*- fleets the touch of the master craftsman, yet priced so moderately as to make it comparable, in dollars and cents,1 to decidedly less worthful Clothes * m-- From our present stock until next season, and in order to make them mpve out quick, we...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 December 1908

**sam 'Ki. MBfejfcgM'>|wwjrtiEKi; 0 *'V VJW'. JMWr 0) f il f ' I I THE ALTO HERALD e_— - T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. AT/TO, - .... TEXAS _— _j f- —-==== Count Zeppelin probably thinks that tho aeroplane Is all right as a toy. In 1,000 years, says Nansen, the end of the world will come. Which end, explorer? Male servants in the Argentine cap- ital get CC cents to $2.20 gold a day and female help 40 cents to $1.10. Count Honi de Castellane has not been saying much recently, but we feel safe in assuring the public that he is not sawing wood. If, as a scientist claims, trees think, it would be interesting to know their opinion of the man who deliberately starts a forest fire. Missouri man has his life saved by a package of cigarettes in his inside pocket. Don't cheer—a brier pipe would have been Just as effective. Cato learned Greek at the age of 80 years, owing to the fact that he was not living in a country where every fool was permitted to carry a gun. William Howard Taft will be t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 December 1908

tbb; N ■*: I E OF PRESIDENT OOCUMENT FROM CHIEF EXECU- TIVE READ IN CONGRESS. URGES CHANGES IN LAWS Present Currency System Declared Imperfect—Control of Corporations the Province of the National Gov- ernment—Conduct of Labor Lead- ers Criticised—For Postal Savings Banks. Washington.—In his message to congress, read in both houses Tues- day, President Roosevelt makes im- portant suggestions as to what he considers necessary legislation. The president congratulates the na- tion on Its present excellent financial standing, but calls attention to the need of remedying defects In the cur- rency system. Ho says: The flnnndal standing of the nation at the present time Is o-"ellent, and the financial management of the na- tion's Interests by the government dur- ing the last seven years hus shown the most satisfactory results. IJut our cur- rency system Is Imperfect, and It Is ear- nestly to be hoped that the currency commission will be ablo to propose a thoroughly Rood system which will do...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 December 1908

a* 'W" - BT- • I tl i> "Wr. -v.. '^# <*s' &4fl ' nQ^1 v •«*« i / >y % I !7 , r> V '!\ / VM ,«•< < 1/ w <M/> 'jnp| ■Kb, H * ■:"-?S ; *M 1803 1 • CM IMS MHOS A CO ri > civti'ti M>u ■«nin*'< *n4 *• • T« I £T Sfl Gentlemen's 3 B^RBBsruaaHr .j£ The Clothing wc sell is designed and made by the celebrated Schloss Brothers & Co., of Baltimore *& They represent the highest possible achievement in Tailored Clothes Makings-Exclusive designs for every taste and figure S S Correct Styles, Right Quality and Moderately Priced^*^. We unquestionably give the best values in Suits ever offered in the town a C V if'l > C1 Ehl B 0"Ci ^le newcs* an^ latest novelties in Ncckwear, Hosiery u U( I i II 01 III B^wShirts. Underwear, etc. Don't wait for the cold, chilly breeze of winter, but get ready-vbuy now, while wc are offering better values than ever before, for much less money -a w * j§&$k \ Jr,.A ^ k S 1~ A R BRAND S HOES A RE BETTE R "WE MAKE THE PRIC...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 December 1908

•liUiW'T. V ..." if-w ^ w^y^AmwcWiVt^^^^wwyv'i^M^wwvyw^w^^Wikvw^^v^vwWk'ww^ww^yw^w^wwyv^vM^w^fft wg- - a • i A jt O I ^ - Closing Out Sale! "w H!3 5 £ 95 | 2E In addition to our sale on Clothing,-we have decided to add a few items that J; or* will interest the most careful and experienced buyers *£ The class of Merchan- ^ gjr*" dise we sell is At nothing cheap and shoddy the best money can bu/ <£ 5* Ladies' $16 Coals now $11 50 Ladies' 15 Coats now 8 26 6 50 6 00 5jJ Ladies' 10 Coats now Misses' 10 Coats now 5S i Misses' $7.00 Coats now $3 75 Misses' 5.00 Coats now 3 25 Misses' 4.00 Coats now . 3 00 Misses' 3.50 Coats now 2 20 Children's $2.25 Coats now $1 65 "5 Children's 2,00 Coats now 1 37 Children's 1.00 Coats now ... 83 ^ Skirts-Every One New-Cut in the Latest Style--the Skirt That Fits $12 50 Skirts are now $8 25 10 00 Skirts are now 6 50 8 50 Skirts are now 5 50 $7 00 Skirts are now $5 00 5 00 Skirts are now 3 85 4 00 Skirts are now 3 30 $3 00 Skirts are now 2 00 Skirts ar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 December 1908

n ** • JF*.Wf s « fat m 1 If) ■ m m i SF Hi/ • - ^ COPYA'CHT, /DO/ BY A. C AisC/.L/^a £- CO PICTURES BY w£m warms FM£Y ©?fiR cAmmmx y** AiEsmm WILSON SYNOPSIS. I.oril WllfriM Vln.cnt nnd Archibald Tciininr niv in'i niurnl ;■ t tin* opi'iilnj; of the story, In 10:1 ;': 111 * I. tlu hitter rehvllns the tali' Tin i ur on 1111 outing iiiIms their trill 11 ii iil I'Kinjj rei riatlon moot "the Honorahl' Auatha WycUholt." CHAPTER I.—Continued. Tills proved to i o the case. As I Addressed myself to her the girl rose with dignity iviti replied: "I ant the Honorable Agatha WycUhoff and 1 own these grounds. So. you see, you are trespasf.lng." Hut her tone was laughing and her expression not at nil severe, so I promptly told her who we were, and we sliooU hands, the Honorable Agatha nailing at me somewhat the way she had smiled at Vincent, though perhaps a trifle more appreciatively. "We didn't mean to," said Vincent, "and I hope you don't mind. You'll forgive us, won't you?" The girl laughed, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 December 1908

r HW NEWS FROM OVER TEXAS 4 k C. C. Garner, a fannor living near Weatherford, shot and killed himself Saturday night. The tuherculosiB exhibit which has for some time been at Brownwood was sent to Waco Monday. Tom Still, of Conroe, while out hunting Wednesday was accidentally shot and fatally injured. The cotton mill at Corslcana, nfter an idleness of several months, start- ed up Monday with a full force of op- eratives, Early Friday morning rire destroy- ed the saw mill belonging to S. G. Cliilds located about six miles south of Tlnipson. The committee on work of the Ma- sonic grand lodge is conducting its an- nual school, with 200 delegates pres ent, In Waco. Dallas' bid for the maneuvers of the Army of the Gulf will be presented to Luke E. Wright, secretary of war, by United States District Attorney Wil- liam H. Atwell. Daniel Henchoff and Joe Decker of Menardsvllle announce they will put on an automobile passenger line be- tween Brady and Menardvllle about the middle of December...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 December 1908

s v 1 , >( n, rtA«k ll/Mir rvAAlnnn In r /n niosf a Iniirrli n ^ 4 n j Goods Exchanged or Money Refunded on Any Unsatisfactory Purchase ^ ^ NO PRICE COULD BE LOW ENOUGH, NO TEMPTATION GREAT ENOUGH, ^ £ 35 TO INDUCE US TO HANDLE ANY GOODS OF A DOUBTFUL QUALITY •£ a* A A i TO INDUCE US TO HANDLE ANY GOODS OF A DOUBTFUL QUALITY Wc have a beautiful and well selected line of Jewelry displayed in our Store for your inspection, We will still have more, as we arc receiving daily v- New Patterns of Jewelry and Silverware that will please you for your Christmas Presents. When you make a purchase from us you are assured of w the high standard in the quality, You are dot buying new goods from a new house. You have no risk to run. We take care of your complaints, should you have any. We are here fo stay, and to stay with the old reliable LINZ BROTHERS' line of Jewelry The Line That Has Always Given Satisfaction, and is Sold to You Under an Absolute Guarantee! We can interest you, if you appre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 December 1908

™vvV-'- %> ">.'^7 .' *- iji * / <ri Cbe Hlto IHeralcJ Unlcrril JanuarvuS, 1901, ot I he alio, 1'o.xo POJtOffk >'. os SorondCluss Holl MatterAcf ofConorcsv March S, 1570 ♦ VOLUMK IX ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1908. Number 3 \ We Are After the Man with the Moderate Income i The more limited your means the more reason why you cannot afford to misplace a single dollar of it for Clothing thai will not give you a full dollar's worth of service. The more limited your means the more reason why you should buy your Clothes here, for then you arc sure of longest wear and greatest service and Style and Workmanship, It is made of finest cloths, cut and draped and tailored in a way that re-* fleets the touch of the master craftsman, y ;t priced so moderately as to make it comparable, in dollars and cents, to decidedly less worthful Clothes ^Majestic Clothing Compares with the Best in Quality i H We will Carry Over no Clothing I K From our present stock until next season, and in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 December 1908

THE ALTO HERALD i_. ■ T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. TEXAS ALTO, fa r! TEXAS NEWS ITEMS Conductor Nelson who was Injure,! in the Santa Fe wreck Sunday morning near Amarillo, died Tues- day evening us a result. The attorney general has approved on issue of Reeves county common school district bonds totaling $5000. The bonds are f> r building purposes. The Ben-Ilur, the old steamer which carried passengers up the Col- orado at Austin before the dam broke was destroyed by fire Tues- day. Robert Bruce Kellv, a paper hang- ing and painting contractor, was struck by a South belt car and al- most instantly killed Tuesday night in Dallas. The postofTiee at Blooming Grove on the Kansas City Southern was burglarized and robbed Saturday night. The thieves soeurcd about $100 in cash and checks. The property of John A. Brown, priced to the government at $29,000, has been accepted by the Federal authorities as the site for the new federal building in Cleburne. Marriages among persons in New York w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 December 1908

bH hi m _ J I V 1/ Christmas Dinner by Toboggan Express By ALVAH MILTON KERR (Copyright, lVOB, by W. U. Chapman.) Donald Saunders had his first great adventure up In the Long's Peak country, a region famous throughout Colorado for heavy snows and ava- lanches. Donald came over from Den- ver, after graduating from high school, to spend the summer with Sumpter Saunders, his father's youngest broth- er. Sumpter was a very young uncle, Indeed, being but 27 and not very long out of college, while Donald was 19. "Uncle Sump" was a big-boned, strapping fellow who had played cen- ter in his college football team, a man ■with laughing blue eyes and "teas- ing" ways but entertaining serious dreams of owning a great mine, If strength and pluck and persistence would bring one to light. He was run- ning a tunnel on what he believed to be an excellent gold-bearing prospect, up in the Long's Peak country. Don- ald went out to help him. The tall boy had notions of becoming a min- ing engineer, and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 December 1908

ai * t If *l i _ 4 •- Gentlemen's Correct Clothes l fc ' HVvrr,— :£ f??Kfci itftjg ^00^ ■ M«MiB!<w^n«M"Ba ——— The Clothing we sell Is designed and made by the celebrated Schloss Brothers & Co., of Baltimore d* They represent the highest possible achievement in Tailored Clothes Makings Exclusive designs for every taste and figure ** ^ <-* Correct Styles, Right Quality and Moderately Priced— We unquestionably give the best values in Suits ever offered in the town & *£ te ftl|M 100V ti • CHIOS* P'lOl A CO. |4m Clo|h, U k rt 9*IU«(ir4 «M Ni F. gipnichi n<yc newest an^ latest novelties in Neckwear, Hosiery ™ UF I 1 O I 11 I I jp—, OShirts. Underwear, etc. Don't wait for the cold, chilly breeze of winter, but get ready^buy now, while we are offering better values than ever before, for much less money sta^b^an p~liTrol^ -WE MAKE THE PRICES" 'A / -i v-.A y.o-it--' ■- . «• ON'S CASH ST ORE C® (' m v- vf PC TIIE ALIO IIKHALI) M9CLURE & m ■? c l u r e EDITORS ANO PU0L!SHES...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 December 1908

■iMMB — JGIosiiig Out Sale! In addition to our sale on Clothing, we have decided to add a few items that will interest the most careful and experienced buyers «£ The class of Merchan- dise we sell is AI nothing cheap and shoddy—the best money can bu/ dH 3 IS 5 ^2 Ladies' $16 Coats now. . $11 50 ^5 Ladies' 15 Coats now 8 26 *5 Ladies' 10 Coats now 6 50 e£| Misses' 10 Coats now 6 00 Misses' $7,00 Coats now $3 75 Misses' 5.00 Coats now 3 25 Misses' 4.00 Coats now.™ 3 00 Misses' 3.50 Coats now ~ 2 20 Children's $2,25 Coats now $1 65 Children's 2,00 Coats now „ 137 Children's 1,00 Coats now 83 k* ^ Skirts-EvGry One New-Cut in the Latest Style--the Skirt That Fits * ' <m ~> rr\ Cf ' c o ic t-r r\r\ ct '..i_ nr\ * - $12 50 Skirts are now 10 00 Skirts arc now... 8 50 Skirts are now ... $8 25 $7 00 Skirts are now $5 00 $3 00 Skirts are now 6 50 5 00 Skirts are now 3 85 2 00 Skirts are now 5 50 4 00 Skirts are now 3 30 1 50 Skirts are now $2 20 1 25 100 "B 3 T 3? Remember, We Must Reduc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 December 1908

■ r i I •A I i \ .*) i REALiGATBi PICTVKE& BY Tf©H W£IZ xtArA n IT*) R corYfi/CHT /9or ay A. C J1*CLtJHG Li Co. CAMPBELL Aixsmm WILSON SYNOPSIS. 1 vOni Wilfred Vlncont and Archibald I'iMiumn aro Introduced at the opening of the atory, In Knuland, tliu latter rwlatlntf th« tali\ The pair on an outinK niiaa flhelr train and Keeking recreation meet "'the Honorable Agatha Wyckhoff." Her Stand is much sought after, because of )wr wealth. On visiting tho Wyekiioff r-astto they are introduced to two other Grir-bt. both known as Agatha Wyckhoff. CHAPTER II.—Continued. Tlio meal was well cooked and beau- tifully served, and by the time tlio salad course arrived Vincent and I had lost much of our constraint and self- rcmsclousness and wore talking and laughing Willi the best of them. The levity and freedom from the conven- tionalities usually observed at a din- tier party, in which those girls in- dulged, was a bit shocking to me, al- though it did not seem to disconcert Vincent in the le...

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