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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 June 1909

CENT A WORD COLUMN! "I -3 NOTICE TO ICE CUSTOMEKS. Tho Lake I-odorc Company having refused to furnish mo with Ico under tho contract made with tho Honesdale Ice Company, I urn there- oy compeneu to rcunquisn toe Dusiness nnu hereby notify my customers that I shall not be nble to supply them nftor Saturday, June 19. 11XW. R. T. WHITNEY, Honesdale, l'a . TO LET. for children, pony nnd cart hold ing four. Terms, 60 cents for first hour-Jc per hour after. C. A. Cortrlght & Son. 40t ROOMS TO RENT. Apply at Bregstein Brothers' Store. 3Jtf BRAMAN has some sDlendld Native and western horses for sale nil In excellent con dition at Allen House llarn. Jtf SPECIAL attention clven to children at at Charlesworth's Studli ;uo. S50.00 REWARD. You can make even more than this on your goods by getting me to do your selling. Write for date. A. O. Jllnke, Auctioneer, itcthany. FOR SALE Ray houhe. on East Extension street. Large lot with sixty feet front. AI. K. Simons. . Weoltf SCHOOL TEACHERS If y...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 June 1909

STOClV INDIVIDUAL FEEDING TROUGH. Sclicme to rrevcnt Hogs From "Hog glng'' the Swill. J. G. T., Tippecanoe Co., Ind, fur nishes us with a sketch of his plan of building individual troughs for feeding hogs. The general plan Is so clearly brought out In the accompanying Il lustration that very llttlo additional description is necessary. The on in ary V-shaped trough U used, wit'i a platform behind and stout 12 or 15 inch planks in front. Planks C feet long aro halved dia gonally and used for partitions and INDIVIDUAL FEEDING TROUGH. bottom. Each of these planks is cut as shown in the illustration, so that it will set down over the V-shaped trough and Is then nailed to the plat form In the rear. A swill chute is built in the middle opening, as illustrated. The swill flows into the middle trough and then flows to each of the stalls as in any ordinary hog trough. Our correspondent says this plan is a satisfactory one for any farmer who wishes to bar off his hog trough so that each animal...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 June 1909

jj Selections Jewels Seven Thousand Years Old. In writing cn his remarkable dis coveries In the ruins of the temples at Susa, tho ancient capital of Porsla, Jacques de Morgan tells of tho mar vels of Jewelry brought to light, the earliest examples ever known of that country. "The jewels ot gold and silver which we now po:Bess," he says, "are the first of those countries and those ages which have come aown to our day. In this they present a great Interest. Unfortunately, It is not possible to assign a precise date to each of them. As tho cylinders and tho seals which form a part of the finds belong to all periods oci the fortieth or fiftieth century B. C. down to the date of the foundation, so it is with the jewels. There are some of every age. Tho rings of filigree-work and the sceptre with the lion's head seem to be more recent than the statuettes of gold and silve.-, which have n frankly ar chaic appear.-.nce, but one cannot be sure of this appreciation. Have wo not been surprised...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 June 1909

& VILLAGE, HAMLET, FARM. A Week's Doings in Rural Wayne. Interesting Items Picked Up by Our Staff of Wide-Awake Correspondents viMiTiinviii a vii services were held at the Grace TinPler clmrch on Sunday evening when the Rev. and Mrs. A. D. Thae er, f , programme was tonder from Hethlehum. Pa., wore tlie . guests ol Rev. A. E. Franike over ) by the s(,hoo Sunday. , rn,ini,. 1 Wekome, by the children. Sunday morning Rev. rhnelei Roi'itatton, "A Feast of Flowers." preached a very interes ing soi n o n, plorence Keene in the .Moravian church. In the , b R , noscnijer- afternoon he delivered the sermon At the olllcial opening of the new , - Aaavt 0ur Prayer." ,y Moravian enure u m wu"7l ti1( school. . . INTERESTING NEWS OF . . HAWLEY TERSELY GIVEN BY OUR REPORTER HAWLEV LOSES A CiRKAT AMIi . til-.' Pa., and in the evening prencneu i i ti.n ioiiki:i church at Panther,) Pa. Messrs. Van Noy and Ztegler have the lontract to erect the High school building. Charles Zlenler Is laying the fo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 June 1909

TMK WEATHSR Partly clowdy Thursday, showers Thursday sight or Friday, light to moderate sonth triads. v.'.' CM $ Wayne County Organ E Semi-Weekly Founded i of the j 1908 REPUBLICAN PARTY 5 5K Weekly Founded, 1844 i s HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1909. NO. 49 66th YEAB. tube NEW TA IS U BYTAFT Special Message to Congress on It. CORPORATIONS TO PAY President Estimates It Would Raise $25,000,000. PUBLICITY A FEATURE ALSO. , - . , ASKS Amendment tO Permit LeVy on Personal Incomes Too. Washington, June 17. President Taft held a special cabinet meeting, Senator Root also being present, to ob tain views regarding a tax on net earn ings of corporations. The message he had prepared for congress was read to them and then sent to that body. It Is as follows: "To the Senate and House of Repre- j sentatives: "It is the constitutional duty of the , president from time to time to recom- ' mend to the consideration of congress such measures as he shall judge neces sary and expedient....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 June 1909

IN CELL, JESTS AT I GHARGEJF THEFT New Haven Hank Bookkeeper Saya the Property Seized b His Own WORTHLESS SECURITIES IN BOX Frederick H. Brlgham Talks of Hla Defalcations Complaint Filed Now Asserts that Alleged Shortage at Merchant's National Is $100,000. New Haven, Conn., Juno 16. Fred erick H. Hrlgham, formerly head bookkeeper of the Merchants' Nation al Hunk of Now Haven, whoso defalca tions were said by the bnnk officials to total inoro than $100,000, talked with a correspondent In his cell In the county Jail hero. Driglmm, well dressed and appar ently not tho lenst disturbed by tho charges, made It evident that ho is confident ills plan to outwit tho bank ofllclals will prove eminently suc cessful. "In tho llrst place," lirlgham began, ' "the savings of my eighteen years' salary would, if wluoly invested, have I amounted to enouRli to enable mo to purchase all the securities the United j States authorities have found In my safe deposit box. I "In the second piace, there is no ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 June 1909

WOULD HANDSPIKE ALL CLOCK HANDS Movement on Foot to Change Standard of Time Through out the Country TWO MORE DAYLIGHT HOURS SEEING AND LI8TENIN0. National Committee Meets at Wash ington to Push the New Project Mono The Plan a Nutshell Many Advantages Urged. Washington, D. C Extravagant Americans, wasteful of health, strength and dollars, have started a systematic pursuit of time. They feel that for years the old gentleman with the scythe has been taking a mean ad vantage of them, and have Bet about curtailing his crop for this season by capturing two more hours of daylight out of every twenty four, and give him In exchange the sdrae period In darkness. This crusade for light has been de finitely set on foot by a committee of men representing the larger interests of the country In business, trade, manufacturing, professions such vo cations as have need of all the light of heaven to contribute to the best results. The committee is headed by E. H. Murdock of Cincinnati and members from...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 June 1909

THE CITIZEN PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY BY THE CITIZEN PUBLISHING COMrANY. Entered as second-class matter, at the post ofllce. Ilonesdale. Pa. E. B. HARDENBERGH. - - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - MANAGER AND SECY DIRECTORS ! O. It. DORFLINQER. X. D. ALLEN. HENRY WILSON. ' V.. I). UARDENDEROII. W. W. WOOD. SUBSCRIPTION : $1.50 A year, in advance FIUDAY, JUNE 18, 1000. KEPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. JUSTICE OP THE SUPREME COURT . Judge Robert Von Mosch.lsker, of Philadelphia. AUDITOR GENERAL, A. E. SISSON, of Erie. STATE TREASURER, Jeremiah A. Stober, of Lancaster. JURY COMMISSIONER, W. II. Bullock. Republican Committeemen for 1000. Berlin 1 W. J. Barnes. Berlin 2 H. H. Bunnell. Bethany B. F. Blake. Buckingham 1 James Hoag. Buckingham 2 John A. Carey. Buckingham 3 J. Barrett. Canaan John Lockwood. Cherry Ridge F. W. Compton. Clinton C. H. Wilmarth. Damascus 1 Frank Olver. Damascus 2 Roy Beagle. Damascus 3 Chas. Reynard. Damascus 4 E. P. Decker. Damascus 5 C. E. Boyd. Dreher F. D. Waltz. D...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 June 1909

WANTED. A dlnlnc room elrl at Motel Wayne. the 19 GIVING UP housckecpluc, will sell at private sale household coods. Cheap, as I do not wish to store them. J.T.'Brady. NATURALLY people who want to buy Honesdale building lots or dwelline? come to me. If you wanf'qulck action.' list your Rropertles with DORIS. The Ileal Kstate Ian. -KitJ NOTICE TO ICE CUSTOMERS. The Lake Lodorc Company havlne refused to furnish me wllh Ire under the contract ninde with the Honesdale Ice Company. I am there by compelled to relinquish the business and hereby notify my customers that I shall not ne aoie to sunoiy tnem auer nniuruny, june IB. 1909. 11. T. W WHITNEY, Honesdale. Ia. June 15. iao9. TO LET. for children, pony and cart hold- hie four. Terms, on cents lor nrsi nour-iwc per hour after, C. A. Cortright fc Son. 1UIO ROOMS TO KENT. Brothers' Store. Apply at Brccsteln aJtf BRAMAN has some splendid Native and Western horses for sale all In excellent con dition at Allen House Barn. K5tf SPECIAL attent...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 June 1909

THE TANGLED WEB By Elhel Watts-Mumtord Grant cf$ Authot cl "Dupa." "Wliilewuh," Elc. jj Copyrisht, 1903, by Beni. B. Hunpton ego CHAPTER XIII. The nurse rose as Wendham en tered the room, and raised the win dow shade. Tbe light illumined the face on the pillow. She looked like a tortured child, Infinitely pathetic and innocent. "Has she been restless?" ho asked, as he bent over her. The nurse nodded. "Yes, some what. She has persistent delusions. The trouble seems to have taken deep root In her mind. But the wound is in good condition." Nellie Gaynor stirred uneasily. There was a painful Rttempt to turn the wounded neck. At the sound of Wendham's voice she half opened her eyes. She spoke thickly and with effort, trying to raise her hand to the bandages about her throat. "Oh, my dear, my dearl you have found It out. I'd rather have died." In spite of his self-control the doc tor flushed crimson, hardly daring to raise his eyes to the calm face of the nurse. "She has been repeating so...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 June 1909

tgoooooooooooooooooooooocxaa SATURDAY NIGHT TALKS By REV. F. E. DAVISON Rutland, Vt. coooccocccooccocooooccocS LAW AND GRACE. International Bible Lesson for June 20, '09. The7 difference between tho old dispensation and the new, between the Jew and tho Gentile, is found In those two words law nnd grace. "The l.n was given by Moses, but grr.co nnd truth cn.no by Jesus Christ." Therq is a very striking passjgo in the book of Hebrews which sets forth the dif ference between tho religion of the Jew nnd the religion of the Chris tian. Tho writer of that book Is striv ing to show what an improvement Christianity is over Judaism and he says: Contracting Dispensations. "For ye are not come unto tho mount that might be touched, ni-1 that burned with Are, nor unto bin eh ness, nnd darkness, nnd tempest, ml tho sound of a trumpet, nnd tho volte of words: which voice they that her.;l entreated that tho word should not bo spoken to them any more. (For they could not endure that which was com man...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 June 1909

-Sr. A VILLAGE, HAMLET, FARM. A Week's Doings in Rural Wayne. Interesting Items Picked Up by Our Staff of Wide-Awake Correspondents i !1L ORSON. Juno 10. Postmaster A. F. illno and nephew, A. C. Hlnc, are at Utleu, N. V., attending a convention of the Order of the Golden Seal held at thaj place thtt weak. Charles Schumacher and two sons, Raymond and Ernest, of Brooklyn, N. Y are at the home of Stanley Illno. Airs. Jesse Tempcrton and little son are visiting at the home of- S. N. Lee. Children's Day will be observed In the Sunday school at this place one week from Sunday. W. U. Hall, of llrooklyn, X. Y., spent a few days with his parents here recently. The regular meeting of the Grange will be held on Friday night of this week. Mrs. Noriue Law will speak on "Temperance" In the Methodist church on Thursday evening. Mrs. M. A. Ward Is In Honesdale and IJethany visiting relatives. Mrs. 13. L. Vincent will entertain the Ladies' Aid on Thursday, June 17th. Mr. J. II. Sheldon Is Improving ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 June 1909

THE WEATHER Showers on Tuesday night and Wednesday; light lo moderate south-west winds. VIVMVlMM. VI Seml-Weckly Founded 1908 1 $ Wayne Countv Organ tmett of the S Weekly Founded, 1844 S RVm IBLICAN PARTY j Mem-, 66th YEAR. HONE SD ALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1909. NO. 50 COULD RESTS CASE Howard Will Not Testify In Reply to Wife. THUS ESCAPES SEVERE ORDEAL Mr. Shearn, Counsel For Mrs. Gould, Offers Affidavits From Persons Who Say She Did Not Drink to Excess. New York, Juno 22. Howard Gould rested his defense In his wife's suit for separation and alimony without taking tho stand or offering evidence further than was developed from the servants and three guests of the fam ily. De Luncsy Nieoll made the an nouncement: "I have consulted with my associ ates, and we feel that the case we presented is of such a character that Jurther evidence is not necessary. Therefore wo rest our case." In taking tills step Mr. NIcoll saved Howard Gould from a severe grilling that was awaiti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 June 1909

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1000. Graduation Exercises Honesdale High School (Continued from Page 1.) grcssmtm on his first visit to Caracas, then he became the Governor of n small state, and finally when Cresno was defeat ed by his revolutionary succes sor Andrade, Castro refused to recognize the revolutionists and was forced n fugitive over the border Into Colombia. Cas tro collected a force of sixty men and started for Caracas. On the way his army was greatly ncreased and he march ed Into the canltol assuming control of the government. In person he is slight, below med ium heght, with a wiry, rest less, surpassed energy. He is sensitive nbout his slight size, and the few portraits of him have been carefully re- touched to suggest a heavy, thickset, sunare-shoul d o r e d man, with a massive jaw and a coarse, thick, black beard. From the earliest day of his ascendency he bent his ener gies to the building up of a serviceable army. The Vene zuelan nrmy is a blind instru ment, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 June 1909

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1000. Graduation Exercises Honesdale High School (Continued from Page 2.) history, can that be without cause? No. The shadow of an enormous right hand rests on Waterloo. It is the day of Des tiny. A power which above man controlled that day. Hence, the loss of mind In dismay; all these great souls yielding up their swords. Those who had con quered Europe fell to the ground, having nothing more to say or do, feeling a terrible presence In the darkness. Hoc erat in fatis. That day, the perspective of the human race changed. Waterloo is the hinge of the nineteenth century. The disappearance of the great man was necessary for the advent of the great century. One to whom there Is no reply, took it in charge. The panic of heroes is explained. I-n the battle of Waterloo, there is more than a cloud, there is a meter. God passed over it. THE Sl'lHIT OV TIU-: TWENTIETH CENTURY, I3y Faith Clark. Every age has had the repre sentative genius. The long line of inc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 June 1909

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1000. THE CITIZEN PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNEBDAY AND FRIDAY BY THE CITIZEN rUDUSHINO COMTANY Entered as second-class matter, nt the post otllcc. Honesdale. l'n. E. B. HAKDKNBEKOH, PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD, - MANAGER, AND SECY directors: o. h. dorplinoer. m. ii. allen, henry wilson. e. ii. hardenberou. W, W. WOOD. gUBSCHIPTION: $1.50 A year, in advance WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1000. REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COUKT .. Judge Kobcrt Von Moschzlskcr, of Philadelphia. AUDITOR GENERAL, A. E. SISSON, of Eric. STATE TREASUREIl, Jeremiah A. Stoher, of Lancaster. JURY COMMISSIONER, W. H. Rullock. COUNTY COMMITTEE MEETING. A meeting of the Republican coun ty committeemen was held In the court house on Friday afternoon. M. E. Simons was re-elected chairman, Martin Caufleld, treasurer, and Geo. Ross, secretary. The chairman was given power to appoint the executive committee. The same rules that governed the party last year were adopted. HOME COMING WEEK Whi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 June 1909

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1000. CENT A WORD COLUMN! 3ieieiei6ioie!eieiomeiieieK5i FOR SALE-Leather Parlor Suit. Bedroom Suit. New Scwliie Mnchlne. Dlnnlne Table. Dockasb Steel Rouge; Combination Bookcase and Desk. Center Table. 'Pictures, Dressers. 9 by 12 Rub, Carpets, Small Rues, 75ft. 7 ply hose. THE DAILY HOUSE. 71a High St. FOR SALE House and nine acres of land In Protnnton. Terms to suit buyer. F. P. KIMULE, Honesdale, Pa. WANTED. A dining room girl at the Hotel Wayne. ' GIVING UP housekeeping, will sell nt private sale household goods. .Cheap, as I do not wish to store them. J. T. llrady. NATURALLY people who want to buy Honesdale building lots or dwellings come to me. It you want 'fiulck action. ' list your properties with DORIN, The Real Estate Man. w" TO LET. for children, pony and cart hold ing four. Terms. 60 cents for tirst hour-!Uc per hour after. C. A. Cortrlght & Son. 40tH ROOMS TO RENT. Apply at Urecstcln Brothers' Store. BKAMAN has some sv endld Native a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 June 1909

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1000. WOMAN'S BEAUTY IN MATURITY Defended Against Dr. Sargent, Who Thinks It Lacks Men tality. Boston, Mass. Boston's countless Browning societies, now thought clubs, equal suffrage organizations and the scores of women doctors, law yers and writers have thrown down the gauntlet to Dr. Dudley S. Sargent, head of the Hemenway gymnasium af Harvard because he Bald: "To be beautiful a woman must have no mentality. She Is at hor highest development at 18 years. It Is only In rare cases that a woman Is beautiful after 25." "I should take the exactly opposite view from Dr. Sargent," said Miss Oilman, acting director of the Posse gymnasium. "Beauty In my opinion, demands something more than mere regularity of features. It means Intel ligence and poise and experience such as cannot develop in young girls. "As for the statement about per sonality and brains meaning the loss of beauty, it's Just ridiculous. To my mind the most beautiful and attractive women are...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 June 1909

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1000. HONESDALE HIGH SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT WEEK Class Night Exercises of the Class of 1909 Continued from last issue. The singing of Miss Van Home on Tuesday evening when she ren dered the solo "Sweetheart" was highly appreciated and called for an encore. She has a splendid voice, possessing a sweetness of tone that gives a very captivating expression to her renditions. CLASS W'lhU Uy Gertrude L. Murrman. We, the class of l'.iO'J, being of sound mind and body, do bequeath in this our last will and testament made on the fifteenth day of the last month of the fourth year of our High school course, the twelfth year of our school life, and the forty eight year of the existence of the school, To the senior class of next year all of our pet devices, schemes, and secret methods for having fun and not being found out, and anything else that is of no further use to us, and one thing they need very much, our ability to choose class colors. To the school board, I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 June 1909

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1000. VILLAGE, HAMLET, FARM. A Week's Doings in Rural Wayne. Interesting Items Picked Up by Our Staff of Wide-Awake Correspondents m SHERMAN. 1 Carl Arneke has the measles. Guy Harrison lias been visiting his brother, Charles, at Hallstead. Mr. Dlukermau visited friends in Delhi last week. Philip Warner and Ira Clearwater attending the graduating exercises at Susquehanna on Thursday night. Mrs. George Hitchcock and daugh ter, who have been spending the win ter in New York, arrived in town on Wednesday. Mrs. Hitchcock's sister, Miss Emma Foster, accompanied her home. Mr. Munson and family who have been occupying William Evans' ten ant house, have moved from town. Mr. and Mrs. Kd. Robertson and daughters are visiting his daughter Mrs. Young, of Blnghamton. Louise Lynch returned home from attending school at Wnymart, Pa., last week. Miss Mamie Lincoln is visiting her sister, Mrs. Fred Warner, In Dlng hamton. Hildrcd Hlne, of Orson, is spend ing some tim...

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