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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 April 1888

flMj '• ,1U 1. "t rv/ *V$ .Tv® '■'" ' ■'..' ... :m- i i. The Mlneoli IwHy Monitor. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE; ' { One Copy, Oua Year $1-50 ' One Copy,.Six Months "o One Copy, rour Months 50 —Ice cream at Bake Turman's at all hours, day and night. Hughes Blackberry Cordial at It. S. Brock's saloon. No. 30, lm Eupion, the cheapest and safest * Oil in use, at retail by Ed Murrie. ' No. 30, tf Bake Tunnan's ice cream par- lar is the general resort. Famous Old Yannissee Whisky at R. S. Brock's saloon. No. 30, lm —W. L. Andrews, the grocery- man, is one of the live business men of the city and wo are glad to note that he is doing a splendid business. T. A. Cheek knows and feels the interest of the farmer, and conducts his business accordingly. —Have you been to Bake Tub- man's ice cream parlor ? Every thing arranged in first-class style there. • Tuesday, April 24.—Cut price sale of White Goods and embroid- eries. Fiuday, April 27.—Cut price sale y of Laces at Bromberg's. It —R. T. Smith & Co...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 April 1888

—•'•'Wf.'tl °*-*~wpmmp '-•••'•' ■ "■■" — Y;^y. ^ r_ ,,, . .jr. VT;:?y,,S*<r«''- ■ Vftr"' ' TTn T,- ' ■ '• """" ' WERNK0110KBIWPIPWW 1 s? ♦ I Tbe lflneola Weekly Monitor PUBLISHKD KVKBT SATUKDAT BT CATS ft TEAQARDEN. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One Copy, One Tear 11.50 Ono Copy, Six Months 75 One Copy, Four Months 60 Entered at the postofflce as second- class matter. HERfc AND THERKi Tbe library of Yale won founded In 1700 Tlie foundation of a library was made at Harvard College In lO-'W. It Is estimated that there are 30,000,000 acres lu Colorado that may be Irrigated. It li estimated that 1,000,000 boxes ot raisins will be produced at Fresno, Cal., tbls season. At Toklo lust, year 10,240 persona were cremated. Only Mil bad died from Infectious diseases. Tbe largest fish maikct In tbe world Is Bil- lingsgate London, where 1118,000 tons of fish are sold a year. An experienced Adirondack guide estimates tbat there are now lu the Adlroudacka 00,000 deer and 3,01)0 bears. The snow on the bil...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 April 1888

:A V 5-JACoes OH RHEUMATISM. Osrrafeoratlve and Conclusive Testimony. Lowell, Man., July g. 1S3T. 0.atl«m«a:--Hr. L.wl. D.nni. has jT'.it cillwl spoa u, ud lnfunna m. that tbo boy Orln Robin* MB, who illa poor cripple on crutches, ud «M tared by Bt. Jacob. Oil in mi: the cure hw remained permanent. The young man hae been •ad U now at work at manual labor; the caa. certainly prove. the efficacy or Bt. Jacoba oil. sb. GEO. 0. oboood, u. d. Sold bu Druggists and Dealers livery where. Che Charles A. Vogolcr Co., Ilulto., ltd. mm The Great Liver and Stomacli fiemedy For tUe cure of all disorders of tho Stomach, Liver. Bowels, Kidneys/Bladder, Nervous Dlsoases, Loss of Appetite, Headache, Constipation, Costlveness, In- digestion, Biliousness, Fever, Inflammation of the Bowels, Plies and all derangements of tho Internal Vliocrs. Purely vegetable, containing no mercury, minerals, or deleterious drug* PERFECT DIGE8TI0N KA'a; S°*o?k,^WmL^r"ui. "b/Jo rf'1 °^ut teu SICKHEADAGHE, Dyopepsia FoulI...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 April 1888

^" n, m ' 3 V J w* p ,¥ V-; v y V tv," ) \' 52 V H UI f <V^5 ■ ■ k > Ipv fv>, ■ W. L. ANDREWS, Successor to Richardson & Spurgeon, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in PRODUCE, - FRUIT, - BEER - AND - ICE. A full and well assorted stock of family groceries on hand and at the very lowest cash prices. Highest market price paid for country produce. A Massachusetts Vlnyard. My vinyard contains 3,800 vines of from one to fifteen years' plant- ing; 2,800 of them arc concords, 2,000 of which are in bearing and have been giving me fine crops for a number of years. Last year I harvested 10 1-2 tons of fine grapes from the 2,000 vines. The vine- yard is situated on the southeast side of what is called Pearl Hill, and is several hundred feet above any standing water, which I con- eider one of the most important points for a good vineyard. The Boil is a good loam with what we call a hard pan bottom. I have vines set at different distances apart, and have trimmed in different ways, and do...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 April 1888

t 1 v " 'J0F* ■ m J 1 ll> V " <% 1 VOL. XL MINEOLA, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1888. NO. 81. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. b. . hart. jno. t. citaddock. HART & CRADDOCK, Attorneys - at - Law, Mineola, Texas. Practice in tlie District and inferior courts of the State and the Supreme and Federal courts at Tyler. HORACE M. CATE, Attorney - at - Law, Mineola, Texas. Otters liis professional services to the people of Wood and surrounding coun- ties. Will practice in all the courts of the State and the Federal court at Tyler. W. M. GILES, Attorney - at - Law, Mineoi,a, Texas. R. N. STAFFORD, Attorney - at - Law, AN I) Real Estate Agent, Mineola, Texas. Will practice in all tlie courts of the Seventh Judicial District. Special at- tention given to collections of all kinds. Remittances promptly made. Will also buy and sell and rent real estate and in- vestigate land titles; render and pay taxes on same. D. W. CROW, Attorney - at - Law, Quitman, Texas. Practices in the District Courts of Woo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 April 1888

" -c 'v iljiiiin a i iw^ilin mlfutf+vasu* >v FARM AND HOME. Water in Milk. Does it pay to run water through tho •ow and pay lor it in the form of millcP Plainly tho aolida are what give valuo to milk. Tli* water is not Improved by being passed through the system of Uw cow. We cnn get abundance of it Without this expensive process. The DUtritivo elements in milk nre the case In. tho fat, the sugar and the ash. Tho more of these there are—the greater the per sent of solids—tho more valu- able tho milk for human food; and nil these constituents are tho most avail- able'who:i milk is consumed In its nat- ural state, as it comcs front tho cow. Thoro is great was to making it into butler or chocso—but lo.su in tho lattor than tho former. Tho only good ox- ouso for making milk into those pro- ducts is tho impossibility of keeping it in its natural statu, and the relish wo have acquired for theso oxtraots from milk—for tiioy really are extracts. But tho solids being tho nutritive portion...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 April 1888

' ■ *" " "" i.i /J (J \l FOR THE BOYS. NAMING THE CHICKENS. > There were two little chickens hatched out by one hen, And the owner of both was our little boy i Hen; So he set him to work as soon ns tl.jy cnme. To make them a house and give them a name. As for building a house, Benny knew very well That he couldn't do that; but his big brother I'll 1 Must be handy at tools, for he'd been to college, Where the boys are supposed to learn all sorts ol' knowledge. Phil wns very good natured, and soon Ills small brother Had a nice, cozy homo for the chicks and their mother: And a happier boy In the country just thon Could not have been found than our dear Htllo I: on. But a nanus for Ins pets was harder to find. As least ust as suited exactly his mind: No mother with twins was ever more haunted, With trouble to find just the ones that she wanted. There were plenty of names, no doubt about that. But the nam:! that would do for a dog or a cat Would not answer for chickens as pretty as th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 April 1888

/. ' The llueola Weekly Monitor. PI ULliUKD KVUtY SATUUDAY UY Cat's & Toagarden. Saturday, April 28, 1888. Entered at the pout office uh second- class matter. Announcement Rut«n. TERMS CASH—STRICTLY IN AD- VAXCK. For Precinct Officers $ 3 00 For County Officers 5 00 For District. Officers 1ft 00 \ NNOtJNCENGNTS. For County Attorney, W( m authorized to announce W. A. HART, Esq., uh a candidate for re-elec- liou to the office of County Attorney. For District Clerk. We are autliinixcd to nmi'iiince T. A. Stki-iiknm h a candidate for DiHtrict Clerk of VV(mhI county at the ensuing November election. Sabbath Denccrntlon. 1 mistake to insist on further aid E. P. Harrison, J. R. Huff, W. F. The clergy of Texas seem to from the legislature. The world | White D. P. All en, J. W. King, G. iiavo uni. U to.i'etiier 1 .r the pur-> governed enough as it is now., Pr0j ' 'j™ MeLemoroj A.' C\ jiu.se of rMc<'ki..g li< ide apri-iul The danger to the church and to j ^jen^ Helm , R. C. Rci i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 April 1888

ii - i Sc^wfr 1 T -7? \ / v ; •* The linoli letklj Monitor. SUBSC'lil PTI ON PRICE : One Copy, Ona Year ?! .50 One Copy, Six Months 75 One Copy, Four Mouths 50 <r i —Ice cream at Bake Turman's at all hours, day and night. A full line of lap dusters low down for cash, at McMurry's. —Miss Georgia LeGrande, of Crockett, Texas, is visiting her sis- ter, Mrs. J. H. Cox, of this city. McMurry will have a complete line of bahy carriages in a few days. —The many friends of Rev. D. M. Stovall will be glad to know that he has returned and will make Mineola his home in future. Hughes Blackberry Cordial at R. S. Brock's saloon. No. fiO, tin —Judge J. C. Robertson and son, Roy, and R. N. Townsend, of Tyler, passed through the .city en route for the " free state," where they go to hunt and fish, near Judge Robert- son's ranch. Just received at F. P. Dowell's a fine stock of Crown Diamond and Delmonica Whiskies, six and seven years old. He challenges the world for fine whiskey with these brands...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 April 1888

———I r ==: T1 )OM* 7 ■ • r 1 y|,i1 If' The MlneolaWeeHj Monitor VUBLISHXD HUI tAIOBDAT T CATS * TBAOAROBN. SUBSCRIPTION PBICfi: Om Copy, One Year 11.50 On Copy, Six Months 70 One Copy, Four Months 00 latered at tbe poitoffloe u second cIms matter. Puor. Jowett, Master of Balliol, li at seventy yours of age as active and light-hearted as ever. He walki miles every day, Hinging or whistling Giost of tbe time. He is an enthusiaa- o amateur musician. Joaquin Miller is living at pres- ent in a little redwood house, about twolve foot high by something like •thirty feet in length, perchcd away up ion tbo side of n naked and rocky mountain near Oakland, Cal. An Englishman has discovered the ancient porphyry quarries, whero the Romans obtained the stones usod in their famous buildings. Tbe quarriet are ninety-six miles from the Mile and t, 660 feet above tbo level of the sea. The topors of Dawsonville, Ga., found out that Jamacia ginger waa a very good substitute for whisky, tha ■ale of whic...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 April 1888

V\1 'J V ■I y ; ,s Time (or girls to get up and jump. It's leap year yon know. Never judge the size of a girl's feet by the arctics she wears. Colors are exclusively used In the decora- tion of black toilets. Waist trimmings which cross lu frout are exceedingly popular. Challles will supersede nuns' veiling for summer afternoon toilets. Lady McDonald takes an active Interest lu revival meetings at Ottowa. White and gold Is a favorite combination (or tea-jackets and tea gowns. The farmer should not always judge of an individual's or a journal's fiienil- ship by the amount of fuss made. Mr. George H. Iio^an, Ennis, Tex., sends the following item: "Mr. C.J. Wilson, of Grimes county, Texas, stated to me, that ho has several hundred acres of cotton lands in culti- vation, which he rents at about an av- erage of $3.50 per acre. He put iu some 85 acres of Johnson grass in 1880. Last fall—September, 1887—he was offered by Dr. T. C. Foster $15 cash rent in ad- vance per aore for that 85 acre...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 April 1888

I W. L. ANDREWS, Successor to Richanlnon & Spurgeon, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in PRODUCE, - FRUIT, - BEER - AND - ICE. A full and well assorted stock of family groceries on hand and at the very lowest cash prices. Highest market price paid for country produce. Downed, But Up Again! NO LOTTERY IN THIS. \ -OF- Importuiit Information to Mar- ket Gardeners and Farmer* who Contemplate Cul- tivating Vegetable* for the Canning Factory. COiiN. Indian corn or maize is a plant found distributed in all the milder climates of America at its discov- ery. It is one of more universal culture than uny plant on this con- tinent, and can he made to produce more food per acre than any other grain. Corn should he planted in rows 4 feet apart, and the hills uhould he Jl feet apart in the row. Corn in a gross feeder and delights in rich land. If the land is not rich plucc a shovelful of decoin- I osed manure or cotton seed in the lilt, but don't let the seed come in contact while germinating with ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 May 1888

mmrvbrmmhrmp ■i 1 - a , s'fv iS ■.-' ®j8 VOL. XI. MINEOLA, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 5. 1888. NO. i!2. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. B. II. HART. JXO. T. CRADDOCK. HART & CRADDOCK, Attorneys - at - Law, Mineola, Tkxas. Practice in the District and inferior courts of the State and the Supreme and Federal courts at Tyler. HORACE M. GATE, Attorney - at - Law, Mineola, Tkxas. Offers his professional services to the people of Wood and surrounding coun- ties. Will practice in all the courts of the State and the Federal court at Tyler. W. M. GILES, Attorney - at - Law, Mineola, Texas. e. f. nil i am, -DEALERS IN- Dry Goods= R. N. STAFFORD, Attorney - at - Law, AND Real Estate Agent, Mineola, Texas. Notions, Staple and Fancy Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps, Staple Drugs, Hardware, Guns, and all kinds of - IlvIPLBM'TS, Tinware, Crockery, Glassware, Corn, Lumber and Shingles. Wo are ' doing business in the Munzcshcimcr building, and carry a stock of FIFTY - THOUSAND - DOLLARS. FIGHTING BACK. — m ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 May 1888

<3m IBB.air '®Sj'. .. pi ' „jW $H BABYHOOD. . Babyhood: Tell me where you SM$j 4A> ' N«W: wi'i toddle home again, for we have gone flftny '•he this eager hand of mine and lead me 1 by the finger to the loton land* of the Far-away! back the leaves, of life—don't read the story— MM' find tlie pictures and fancy all the tf*- rest: We can fill the written pages with a brighter jjlory Than old Time, the story-teller, at his fV ■. very best! |VV tw to the brook where the honeysuckle, " ffiii tipping , O'er Its vase of perfume, spills It on the breeze, the bees and humming-birds In i ecstasy are sipping, U' Vnu the fairy fagons of the blooming JSftX- locust trees. Turn to the lane where ho used to "teeter- totter, " Printing little foot-palms In the mellow mold — • Laughing at the lazy cattle wading In the * water Where the ripples dimple round the but- tercups of gold; Where the dusky turtle lies basking on the gi avel Of the sunny sand-bar In the middle tide. And the ghostly dragon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 May 1888

y ' * • ; i ||P!P?^; ■ . r' ; 4 • 1 V z,-1 4 ••'• •' •.•. S • . >"•• . A • ;■ MV ':v ' WASHINGTON NEWS. 98th Day.—At a meeting of the sub- committee of the commissioners of ed- ucation to-day, it was decided to report the Crain bill as a substitute for the Blair bill. The Crain bill provides for the distribution of the proceeds from the sale of public lands among the states and teri'itories for educational purposes, provided that not more than 98,000,000 be expended in a yea*". Section 2 of the bill'provides that at the expiration of each year the Secre- tary of the Treasury shall apportion and distribute among the several states and territories, in proportion to their scholastic population, between the ages of 8 and 14 years, the proceeds of all public lands which may ho in the tVcasuvy, and all moricys as distrib- uted shall be expended by the several states and territories in the same man- ner in which they extend revenues raised therein by local taxation for the support of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 May 1888

~w wP :*m? gill /ifcu jjl Til IIhoU Vnkiy Inttir. PUMUUIfb 1VHT OATUBDAV II Cat* * TMfarden. Sutnnby, May 5, 1888. Kntcred at the post office m second- class matter. i a r- ■/ Announcement Jtutes. Congress 91S 00 (Mat# Senate 15 00 District Judge....: 1ft 00 District Attorney 10 00 Bepreuentative 10 00 ' County Officers ft 00 Ftodnct Officers 2 60 The aliove rates will not lie deviated from under nny circumstances. All re- quest* for aiiiioiuureinents must na ac- <«nnpanled by the camii. No attention will lie jml'l to Nny announcement re- quested uuIchh the money comes with it. Don't a:ik for credit ur, it will not be extended In any one nnder any circum ntanccs. CAT* a Tkaoabiiks, TubliHhcrs. ANNOUNCEMENTS. i For County Attorney, Wit arc Hiithoffaed to announce W. A HART, Km)., a* a candidate for re-elec- tiou to the olljpe of County Attorney. For niatrlot Clerk. We am authorised to announce 8. B. Kennerly hk a candidate for the office of District Clerk of Wood county. We are au...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 May 1888

} HI nil r. T A The limit VmUj iHlter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE; One Copy, On* Year. $1.80 On* Copy, Six Months. 75 One Copy, Four Months SO Hon. Johw H. Vorheek has our thanks for the Legislative Record. —The Bank of Mineola's new $1000.00 safe is a dandy. —Straw hats, the niceBt line in the city, at Caspary's. A full line of lap dustera low down for cash, at McMurry's. —Mr. W. E. Wigley is on an ex- tended visit at Albany, Texas, where his son Will resides. —L. B. Turman's ice cream par- lor is the resort now. Open all hours day and night. —8. R. Bruce & Co. are doing a rushing business as the new stand next door to Wigley's. —Julius A. Caspary, the live merchant of Mineola; has returned from an extended Western tour. —The ladies are requested not to forget Bake Turman's ice cream parlor. Eupion, the cheapest and safest Oil in use, at retail by Ed Murrie. No. 30, tf —Mr. A. Krauss has been off on a trip to some of the cities of West Texas. —Caspary will sell you a nice suit of cloth...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 May 1888

■Jpp Pp;: ■ ' V'V 5 m4 eoU Weekly Monitor 8(JBSCtIPTIOK fRUttv : .. J On* Tea*.... a.. .4. py, Six Months 75 Copy, Four Month*..;. 00 Bnurtd at the postofflce olass matter. ta aooond Senator pirnr smiles frequently, hot seldom laughs. Senator Edmonds never laughs our loud, andBherraan but seldom. Gen. Huon Ewino bos written f ■orel-nailed ■ "A Castle in tbe Air." Senator Evarts seldom laughs low! enough for any ono else ta hear him. Senator Vanck laughs like a boy, •nd his rollicking ba! hat can be hearf • block away. _____ j * The tallest man in the United State* 'Senate it Blodgett. of New Jersey, wb« Is six feet four. ——— • | Rev. Mr. Gamblb, of Harris burg, ,Pa-, predicts that the world will com« to an end in 1900. China now furnishes a third only ol ithe tea used in England. InAU fur- nishes the greater part An elevated riding aubool Is an Inno- vation in New York. It is located in the third story of a building. Ludwio Barn ay, tbe German trage- dian, was a bricklayer's apprent...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 May 1888

HHHfli IH ed 00 tb, 18. J 6. ;K Seen sin the Rocky Mountains The scenerv In 41m Hookies la prahd.be- eond description. 'To'lflve an Idea of it the Denver & Hi" Grande R. K. iiue just. Issued tour elegant tint views, show-in* ' Ciirrccautl Nee ill*," "The Portal," "flultsn Mountain" and "The Second Tunnel, Cannou of the Urand River." Theae pictures are on card- board mounts 11 x 13 inches in size and will be sent prepaid to any address on receipt of forty cents in postage stamps for the set, or ten cents In stamps each for any one of more "ddreas, H. K Hooper, Q. p. O. R. R.. Denver, Colo. Chronic Coughs and Colds, And all diseases of the Throat and Lungst can be cured by the use o( Scott's Emulsion* as It contains the healing virtues of Cod Liver Oil and Uypophosuhites In their fullest form. Is a beautiful creamy Emulsion, palatable as milk, easily digested, and can be token by the most delicate. Please read: "1 consider Scott's Emulsion the remedy psr- excellence In Tuberculous...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 May 1888

■H k~ I .. 1> ■ L v M i*t i ■ W. L. ANDREWS, Buooessor to Richardson & Spurgeon, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In PRODUCE, - FRUIT,. - BEER AND - ICE. A full and well assorted stock of family groceries on hand and at the very lowest cash prices. Highest market price paid for country produce. Julius A. Caspary, The Cheap Dry Goods and Grocery Han of Mineola, Is on hand this Spring with one of the most complete and cheapest stock of Fashionable and Serviceable Goods in Mineola. m K COHTINUKD FBOM 1st TAQW. principles. They will disrupt the party if they can. We will pre- vent itif possible. We are willing to send men to St. Louis who will nominate Cleveland for President, audio Dallas who will nominate Ross for Governor, and elect men to the Legislature who will vote for Coke for United States Senator, liom are pronounced anti- Dnjjste. Will these letter >enly declare as much ? T. B. Bonner. s Letter from Hon. J. II. Vorhees. Austin, Texas, ) April 24,1888. J Ed. Monitor: Beli...

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