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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 May 1909

WEATItEU REPORT: Friday overcast to partly cloudy weather will prevail with local rain, and on Saturday partly cloudy and slightly cooler weather. Citt 3? Semi-Weekly Founded! Wa County Organs S 1908 "3 of the re; "bli can party! $ Weekly Founded, 1844 p 0 HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1909. o - 66th YEAR. NO. 41 r LEFT 175 ,000,000 Son of H. H. Rogers Will Inherit Big Fortune. DEATH CAME VERY SUDDENLY Standard Oil Vice President and Copper Magnate Stricken With j Apoplexy at His Home In New York. I New York, May 20. Henry II. Rog ers, vice president of the Standard Oil company, moving spirit In the organi zation of the Amalgamated Copper company, builder of railroads and phi lanthropist, who died very suddenly of apoplexy at his New York residence, 3 East Seventy-third street, leaves ti for tune of $75,000,000. The bulk of his huge estate, It Is said, will go to his son, Henry II. Rogers, Jr., who entered Columbia university In the elaRS of 1001 and Is In his thirtieth...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 May 1909

FOR SWEET CHARITY'S SAKE The (Jovoinor Cuts Appropriation (JurmentN According to the Treasury Cloth. A list of the Institutions In north eastern Pennsylvania receiving State alii, with the amounts appropriated for their hcncllt by the legislature, and the net sums which they will re ceive, ns approved by (iov. Stuart, Is given below-. It will bo seen that the Fnrvlew Hospital for the Crimi nal Insane, Instead of the $250,000 State Hospital, Seranton State Hospital for Criminal Insane Pennsylvania Oral School, Seranton Simon H. Harnes Memorial Hospital, Susii'a. . . Hospital Association, Carbondale Hahnemann Hospital, Seranton Hospital As-sociatlon, Pittston St. Joseph's Home West Side Hospital, Seranton Wayne County Hospital Association House of Good Shepherd Florence Crittenton Home Home for the Friendless Associated Charities and Humane Society.... Dikes, Delaware Itiver Hatching and Propagation Work, Fisheries... MKMOKIAL. The Northern Mine The Southern Gray lly David Harvey. Whe...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 May 1909

SUPT. KOEHLER TO HOLD EXAMINATIONS Teachers' Examinations for Provls- j lonnl Certificates, 1000. Examinations for Teachers' Pro visional Certificates for Wayne county wjll be held as follows: At Aldenvllle, May 28. At Winwood, June 1. At Sterling, June 8. At Waymart, June 11. At Pleasant Mount, June 14. At Ariel, June 24. At Damascus, July 2. At Honesdale, July 17. All applicants are required to furnish themselves with legal-cap paper, lead-pencil, pen and Ink, and a stamped envelope containing ad dress. No person under 17 years of age Is allowed to take the exami nation and it is very doubtful wheth er a license to teach will be granted to any one under 18 years of age. A standard of at least 72 per cent, must be attained. The branches required are Spelling, Written and Mental Arithmetic, Grammar, U. S. History; Geography Physiology and Hygiene, Civil Gov ernment, including Nation and State, Penmanship, Algebra as treated in High School text-books to Proper ties of Qudratics, Read...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 May 1909

THE CITIZEN rOBUBIIED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY BY THE CITIZEN FUDLISIIINO COMPANY. Entered as second-class matter, nt the post ollice, Iloiiesdnlc, I'a. K. B. IIARDKNHERG1I, - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - MANAGER AND SKO'Y directors: c. n. Donn.iNtiKR. m. n. ali.f.k. HENRY WILSON, E. H. HARDENnERQII. W. W. WOOD. SURSCRIPTION : $1.50 a year, in advance FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1009. Governor Stuart exceeded his record of 1007 by fifty vetoes. The reason the number ran so high was because of the policy of not giving aid to any of the now nppllcants among hospitals and homes. He signed 45 of the 47 resolutions sent to him. THK GOVKHNOK AND "THE GANG." A point has now been reached at which the administration of his of' lice by Governor Stuart may bo fairly Judged. During the campaign which re sulted In his election, the freak re form leaders who hold that no Re publican could be trusted unless nominated by the Democratic party, while admitting Mr. Stuart's well proved Integrity, and his faithful ad...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 May 1909

MOGieieieieieie CENT A WORD COLUMN DlllIOIKIOtSIlieiSIOK WHY PAY RENT ? I luivo for sale n splen did llonesdale home new dwclllncnew barn nnd n large pardon, l'lcnsnntly locn'ed. Never offered before. Price. $2,m DOIUN, Tlio Ileal Kstate Man. WANTEP-Slx good Smoothers. , KEY STONE OUT GLASS COMPANY. Ltd.. of Hnwley, Pa. 40w2 FOH SALE CHEAP.-Some second-lmnd foot chicken wire. Inquire of Onirics L. llassett, van East tit. TO LET. for children, pony and enrt hold ing four. Terms, 60 cents for llrst liour-USc per hour nfter. C. A. Oortrlglit it bon. 40tH WANTED-SIx young men to learn the Telephone Jluslness. Must have high school education. Apply nt the ofllco tit the HELL TELEPHONE CO.. lloncsdnlc, Tuesday. May 25th, between the hours of 11 and 12. ml WANTED TO KENT A modern house of (i or 7 rooms, or a 0 room apartment. Address "House," Citizen Olllce. t2 llimiUK HUILDEHS' NOTICK-IUiIs for the construction of n stone arch bridge, laid in cement, over the Carley llrook a Mu'St llonesd...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 May 1909

mm AUOUT I'OULTRY PROFITS. Why a Lossy Man Makes n Poor Chicken Kaiser. No business 1b better than the poul try business provided It 1b conducted In a buslneBB-llko manner. Maybe it 1b eo that "anybody can raise poul try," but It Is not so that everybody can raise them successfully or prof itably. Yes, there's money In polu try, but a good many people can't get It out. A lazy man makes a poor poultry man. So does the man who has fail ed at everything else and takes up poultry keeping "because It Is easy." The person who thinks poultry breeding for profit Is a soft snap, and who has some money to lose, only need to Invest It In poultry. The most successful poultry men are those who glvo their own person al supervision to the business; super intendents and general managers must occupy a subordinate station. The road to success In poultry keep ing, which reaches tho goal of profit, Is not all smooth and level. When the road Is most difficult, the owner himself must drlvo, for personal ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 May 1909

BIG EAGLE FOUGHT BAND OF FARMERS America's Great Bird Had Been Caught Trying to Carry Off a 35-Pound Boy BOLDLY SWOOPS DOWN ON CHILD Battle Royal Ensued Between Farm ers' Armed with Pitchforks and the Magnificent Eagle Men Won but the Bird Carried Off Honors of War. St. Charles, 111. In n battle royal between a collection of farmerH arm ed with pitchforks, sticks and stones on one side, and a lone eagle, but of inagnlllccnt size; on the other, tho men finally won, although tho fighting honors rightfully belonged to the bird, which had been interfered with in its atttempts to carry off tho three-year-old son of Peter Johnson. Fully a score of persons participat ed in the conflict with the eagle, and pitchforks, clubs and stones were brought into service beforo the bird, exhausted from its efforts, gave up tho ilglit. Johnson was terribly scratched in the encounter, although his son was 'unhurt. Tho Johnson boy, was playing on his father's farm near St Charles when tho eagle was first...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 May 1909

HAMMNTOX. Mny UOth. On Monday evening occurred the death of .lames Kdwln, Hon of Mr. and Mrs. David W. Ed wards, of this village. The do eeaaed was 21 years of age, and Is survived by his mother and father, one sister, Flora, a trained nurse at State Hospital at Scranton, and two brothers, Leon, station agent at Wlnimers, and Day at home. Fun eral services were held at the house on Thursday. Rev. Mr. Hoyce ofll clated. Interment in the Salem cemetery. About one year ago Mr. Edwards was stricken with pneu monia, which resulted In tubercu losis, and left him a patient sufferer until death relieved him. G W, Patterson and family, of Carbondale, took dinner at the Salem Hotel on Sunday. Harry Simons and wife, of Ed wardsville, called on the former's brother Charles, on Sunday. liAKKVIIiLK. May 18th, Aaron Goble made a business trip to Scranton on Mon day. Arthur Ammerman is visiting his sister, Mrs. Peter Daniels, of this place. S. Miller Is roofing his house, preparing for boarders. Ge...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 May 1909

WEATHER REPORT Showers on Wednesday; moderate temperature; light variable winds. oioieioieKsjfiiSioieK 3 Seml-Wcekly Founded i 5E Woyn . County Organ 1 1908 25 3 of the 1 Weekly Founded, 1844 g 6 REP tLICAN PARTY .a o rt W HONE SD ALE, WAYNE CO., PA., "WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1909. NO. 42 66th TEAR. LANGFORDJflCTDR. American Negro Heavy weight Defeats Hague. KNOCKOUT IN FOURTH ROUND Burly English Champion Goes Down Under a Terrific Right on the Chin and Takes the Count. London, Mny 25. Sam Langford, the colored heavyweight of Boston, knock ed out Iun Hague, the heavyweight champion of England, In the fourth round at the National Sporting eluh here. The light, which was for u purse of $0,000, was scheduled to go twenty rounds. The ring generalship which ho had picked up In many hattles enabled Langford to score a comparatively easy victory over Hague, and the fourth round had barely commenced when the burly Yorkshire man was floored by a well directed blow and counted out. ' Lnngford was ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 May 1909

LEST WEFORGET Before, During and After the War. JUST A REMINDER OF THE DATES From 18-14 Down, In Five Year .lumps Incidents of Loral In terest CoverhiK Tuo-tliiriN of u Century. Five years n(?o : Golf grounds fold lo lion. George S. 1'urdy ami K. 0. Muinfonl, bv executors of Iteers estate. Hall name between llonesdale Kagles and Wyoming Seminary club, former winning ." to L Walter L. Iains's circus advertised. llonesdale Telephone Co. chartered. Krie l!l!. excursion, llonesdale to Koss Park, Uinliamtoii. Klijab Hickard and son i'.ert quite badly injured in a runaway accident in Cherry Hidge. Hemainsof l'.ertoii McLean, victim of a railroad accident at Lauesboro, brought to Cherry Itidge. for interment. Hardware store of Dodge & Krk bur glarized. (!oods to the amount of $'.'00 stolen. lion. A. 1?. (iamme.ll, of ilethany, drawn to serve on IT. S. District Court jury. Mr. (lammell died on the 2d of the previous month. llonesdale defeated the Scranton Alum ni at base ball !) to r. T...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 May 1909

STILL TALKING . ABOUT THE TARIFF The Fight Over the Tarilt 11111 Democrats Doing Most of the Talking. Washington, May 22d. The votes on schedules of the tariff bill indicate that when the final vote on that meas ure is taken in the Senate few changes will have been made in the bill as pre pared by the Finance Committee. Kven the most radical of the so-called "pro gressives" now admit that they have no hope of success in their efforts for vis ionary legislation. The chief aim of Chairman Aldrich and his associates on the Finance Committee now is to bring about an agreement upon a date for the veto. Senator Penrose said today that, unless something unexpected developed to delay the vote, it probably would be taken about June loth. The Senator stated that from now until the vote is taken nearly allof the set speeches would come from the Democratic side. .Real izing the importance of speedy action on the bill to the business interests of the country, Mr. l'enrose is doing his ut most to...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 May 1909

THE CITIZEN mbLIbllKD EtV WJDNE8DAT AND FRIDAY BY the crn4K'rcBLiBniN0 company. Entered as secontl-class mntter, at the post ofllce, Hoiicsdale, Pa. K. B. IIARDENHERQII. - - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - MANAGER AND SECY DIRECTORS ! C. n. DORFLINOKR. M. B. AI.LEN. HENRY WILSON. E. B. IIARDENBGROII. W. W. WOOD, SUBSCRIPTION: $1.50 A year, in advance WEDNKSDAY, MAY 2(i, WOO. KKI'UULICAXS. Republicans do not .forget the' primaries; turn out and vote. It Is true no great principle Is at stake, but do not let that keep you from the polls. The Citizen Is interested In a thorough organization of the party and a unification of every Interest that we may poll our full vote at fut ure elections. A CURFEW LAW. The impression, which, in many minds has become a conviction, that the recent high school building fire was due to the carelessness of mischievous boys, and that most of the after-dark annoyances in our parks and on our streets and bridges, and about the residences and yards of private citizen...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 May 1909

CENT A WORD COLUMN WANTKD-SIx good Smoothers. KEY STONE CUT GLASS COMPANY. Ltd.. of Hawley, Pa. 10w2 FOR SALE CHEAP. Some second-hand ti foot chicken wire. Inquire of Charles L. Jlussctt, 1207 East St. TO LET. for children, pony and cart hold ing four. Terms, 00 cents for first hour 25c per hour after. C. A. Cortrlght & Son. 40U) ARE YOU THINKING of buying a farm ? I have for sale most of the available proper ties In Wayne county those that are desira ble; those that will stand Investigation: those that can be had nt n right figure. At this time there Is a turning to real estate for safe Investment. Call on me pick out a place you think will suit you and I'll take you out to look it over. I will not let you In on a bad deal, rest assured of that. DORIN, The Real Estate Man, olUce 1302 Spring St. Citizen's 'phone. WANTED Six young men to learn the Telephone liuslness. Must have high school education. Apply at the olllce of the BhLL TELEPHONE CO.. Honesdale, Tuesday. May 2oth, bet...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 May 1909

Dfffi jBftlta '"Si THE BEE MOTH EVIIj. IjAAV OF BROKEN HEARTS. Curious Breach of Promise I jaws In Other Countries. England la the best place from the plaintiff's point of view for a breach of promise action. All other countries seeem to regard with grave suspicion any attempt to recover monetary consideration for the loss of a prospective husband, and unless the plaintiff has a very strong case Indeed It is never worth her while to carry her grief Into the law courts. In Franco breach of promise cases are rare for the simple reason that the law requires tho plaintiff to prove that she has suffered pecuniary loss. Now this is not an easy thing to do on tho part of the lady, especially In a country whore a girl without a dot that Is, a marrlago portion has n poor chance of finding a hus band. Holland and Austria have adopted tho French system, and the result has been about tho same. Breach actions are rare, tho injured damsels or their relatives usually taking tho law into their own ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 May 1909

(OYE ST MULE FOOTED HOGS. They Hnvo Lost the Cloven Hoof and Aro Cholera Proof. There are a few solid or mule foot ed hogs raised In this territory. Wo know of a few herds that have been crossed with Poland-Chinas and Du-roc-Jorseys for several generations but they still retain solid hoofs and are apparently as cholera-proof as over. It is rather strange that somo one does not take up the improve ment of theso hogs in earnest and develop them along the linos of our well established breeds. The fact that they are not subject to cholera and swino plague ought to mako them good material to work on. To those who aro not familiar with these swine the following, which ap peared in the Journal of Agriculture, by Dr. W. J. Connor will be of in terest: "In color the mulo footed hog re Bembles very much tho common hog. Most of them nro black and white spotted, while a few aro red. Until tho last few years theso hogs were not brought into much prominenco but in tho next few years they prom ise...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 May 1909

VILLAGE, HAMLET, FARM. A Week's Doings in Rural Wayne. Interesting Items Picked Up by Our Staff of WIde-Awakc Correspondents I .j ' , ' '.May '-4th. Memorial Day nor- 1 ...ii, i i. 1 i itntniintnn Vlfea Will ii v wunui vu - etii., tin,. 'Mut nmlnr thf illlU OlUUIHn. '"oil direction of dipt. Warren G. Moore Post No. :SS!I, (1. A. R. T m linn nf at march will lorm at liumiuuon , . n t. it. i.t.V !' The order of ser frvit'cs for cnurcii i are as fallow.-: Music Choir. Prayer. Rev. R. S. Boyce. Reading general orders and roll call of the dead. Lincoln's Gettysburg address, .Miss Mae Walker. Solo. Miss Diekins. u,.ii.,ti,.i M( Kilnn Chumnrd. ! Offering taken by Misses Peet andjl'"1 Hawley attended. Hold. Music by choir. Address Harry C llubbler, Esu.,1 of ScraiUon. Singing. "America," by congre gation, led by choir. Ilcnedlction. The Ladies' Aid Society, of 11am linton. very generously offer free dinners in the 1. O. O. P. hall to all soldiers and their families; charge to others. 2." ce...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 May 1909

'V WKATIIEIl HEPORT On Friday overcast to partly cloudy went! cr and nearly stationary temperatures will prevail. o i Semi -Weekly Founded al Wayne County 0 i 1908 of the Weekly Founded, 1844 REPUBLICAN F K TY 3 03 66th YEAR. HONE SD ALE, WAYNE CO., PA., PBIDAY, MAY 28, 1909. NO. 43 FORMATION AND ORDER OF ROUTE. ON FOOT 1. Police. 2. Band. 3. Company E. 4. School children and Sunday Schools. c.Cant. Ham Post, and other Veterans. IN CARRIAGES. 0. Disabled Veterans. 7Clergy, Orator of the day. and other citizens. 9:50 A. M. SIGNAL FOR READINESS: "La Marseillaise": Band. 10:00 a. m., Sharp. Signal for Marching. "Yankee Doodle": Band. LINE OF MARCH : Down Main to Fourth; Fourth to Church: Church to Ninth: Ninth to Court: Court to Tenth; Tenth to Church: Church to Eleventh: Eleventh to Main: Main to Twelfth. Band halts at bridge. Co. E and Post form in two lines on Twelfth, facing Park Lake, left resting on Main, Post in front. School children form line on east footwalk of bridge, facing...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 May 1909

VILLAGE, HAMLET, FARM. A Week's Doings in Rural Interesting Items Picked Up by Our Staff of Wide-Awake Correspondents MlljAXVIIiLK. Mny 1M. The entertainment on ' Thursday evening of last week was a decided r.uccess. The play, "Too j Much or n (Jood Thing," was given f by the following young people: Mr. I'orkins George Froiner ; Mrs. Perkins 13dna Skinner Ilattle Tcrklns .... Hesslc Skinner i Nellie Perkins ..Elizabeth Urucher j Jennie Coupor ...Elizabeth Sherer j Eunice Howies .....Minnie Mocker ; Polly "The Muld,"Fredorlcka Hocker Kred Schuyler K. H. Nceglo Tom Perkins, the Country Cousin . Lewis Mocker1 Miss Louise Mocker and Vernon Sprngue. of Port Jervis, X. Y., were man led at Mlddletown, X. Y., on Monday. May 10th. Mrs. Sprague is tlio second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. .1. Mocker, of this place. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Twitchcll, of Lackawaxen. are entertaining a new son. Mrs. Twitchcll was Miss Les lie Calkins, of Milanville, Pa. Edna and Alta Jocelyn, of New York, and Mrs. Mert...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 May 1909

THE LAKE ARIEL TROLLEY LINE Proposed New Trolley Iiine from Dunmore to Lake Ariel Pos sibly to Other Points In Wayne County. The Scranton Republican declares' that there appears to be more than a suggestion regarding a new trol ley line between Dunmore and Lake Ariel. It says that the fact that there is money and energy behind the proposition is evident. Options have been secured on considerable private property between the two points mentioned, and surveys have been made. W. L. Connell is largely Interested in the project, and it was he who sought out the right of way. It is claimed that the Northern Electric offlcials are not back of the project or will engineer Us development. The plan now is to furnish rapid transit from Dunmore to Lake Ariel and to provide added amusements and attractions at that watering place. It is claimed that a half hour running schedule could be es tablished through a picturesque sec tion of the east mountains. As nearly as cap he learned several routes a...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 May 1909

THE CITIZEN MTBUSIIKD EVERY WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY BY THE CITIZEN rUBMBUINO COMI-ANY. Entered as second-class mnttcr.at the post office, Honesdale, Pa. B. B. HAKDENBEItOH, - - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - - MANAGER AND SECY directors: c. n. dobklinoer. m. b. allen', henry wilson. e. b. uardenberoii, W. W. WOOD. UBSCRIPTION: 11.50 a year, in advance FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1009. HKPUBLICANS. Republicans do not forget the primaries; turn out and vote. It Is true no great principle is at stake, but do not let that keep you from the polls. The Citizen is interested in a thorough organization of the party and a unification of every interest that we may poll our full vote at fut ure elections. RESTITUTION. By its own confession in court It appears that the Sugar Trust has defrauded the Government of ?2, 135, 48G. The monoy stolen has been returned. This was no techr nlcal swindle. It did not depend upon a disputed interpretation of law. It was accomplished with as much deliberation as is shown in the op...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
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