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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 April 1909

.. w.,w y /1 ' L n ■?« >' V ■1 a 1 ;| .r , V * \/ CREEK INDIANS ARE ON WAR PATH CRAZY SNAKE LEADER OF INDIANS AND NEGROES CAUSE REIGN OF TERROR. TROOPS HURRIED TO SCENE Desultory Fights Since Thursday Cul- minate in Soldiers Taking The Field. Oklahoma City, Ok., March 20.— five companies of Oklahoma State troops started yesterday in pursuit of Crazy Snake's band of Creek Indians, half-breeds and negroes, intrenched in the Hickory Hills, seven miles from Henryetta. A bloody batlle was re- garded as inevitable, as the heavily armed troops set out either to capture or exterminate the murderous band, ■which sinco Thursday has caused the death of six men, the wounding of many others, and brought about a con- dition of terror in Henryetta, Pierce nnd all the surrounding country, Crazy Snake's men number about 200, all armed with rifles and plentifully supplied with ammunition. They de- fiantly sent out word today that they would fight to the death. There can be only one outcome to the ...

Publication Title: Alto Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 April 1909

' i I X- fSTr. ■ • ■j* ^W«W«'«Y< 9 Blanton Bros THE LEAD [Blanton Bros ■ Is the encouragement we receive every day by those who have inspected the different lines in town, and come * to us to make their bill What greater assurance do you want than our guarantee to sell you the best goods for less money—you be the better judge & We have just received large shipments of New Dress Goods, Wasst Goods, !N ALL THE LATEST WEAVES and PATTERNS Men's, Youths' and Boys' Clothing, Furnishings, Eto > > «S 5 £ £ 5© £ £ <•3 la I I Zto Zi K <3 W w ;«a Our Millinery Department!; 5 5, § £: «-!_ more complete than ever be- fore, with all the latest creations in feminine Headwear that has been devised, and our expert milliner and her corps of able assistants have one _ of the most handsome 'ines of Trimmed and Tailored Hats on display ever shown in Alto, and invite the 3* ladies of the town and surrounding country to call and make an inspection before buying s £ "I* >1 - z* ~7j cu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 April 1909

m ■ 1 N OTIC E Cold Springs Camp, No. 2262 WOODMEN OF THE WORLD Meets at Cold Springs, 4 Vi miles west of Alto, on the fourth- Saturday nights in each'month. All Woodmen invited. F. D. EODENHEIMER, C. C. A. D. ACKY, Clerk Local Happenings ' Tomato twine at llogan & Thomas'. Elbert Allen spent Sunday in Lnfkin. Snuff and tobacco at the Racket store. Get your postal cards from Guinu & Coats. Come, everybody, to the Easier egg hunt Saturday, April 10. Anything you want in the grocery line can be found at A sinew's. Robert Boyd is having a residence erected 011 his lots near the Baptist church. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Gus Rounsavillc, on Saturday af- ternoon last, a fine boy. Alto has many substantial industries in her.midst. This tells where she is climbing. Fine line of groceries at the Racket score. The little babe of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Waters was quite ill Tuesday night, but is now convalescing. Phone Agnew what your needs are in groceries, and he will send them to you. Dr. G...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 April 1909

yri, • 1 J 1 -r't- A: 1 I X v i I -v • ■L J ! I l!! I hi I';:.!:.:PHH! i M {wmsan TOT v*-ym mtez 4'y f/'/t '////'-•-■/. v. •'////<■ *'<// WMBMM, wm. v>"/>y> ovorywhere this not ovnn trust my with mi' for years. i!i the world to do nop' than half In- uuil bury them For Awhile I Swung Idly To and Fro. BY m ///.a mddleiom rr/ioui rit>v*it*r not c ✓ o uPPturon (o MUfUSTiLiTED HY JlAY WALTERS LS SYNOPSIS Throw «lrls — lOllznhctl). < Jnbrhlle and /UUsc hfin*t« <1 for ('iinml i to spend tin Fistnnnr there. On board sl.-am.'i they were frightened by nil apparently dement- ed Htr.'lURt r. who finding a bat; It* loiiKitu,' to one of them, took enjoyimnl in seru- tinlssltlff a photo of the I'.lls- shared In r .stiilorooiii with a Mix ilnilcnn, :iI■ < hound for Canada. Tin* .xoung \v« men on it Hl^htHi'i'lnR lour nut Mis (iraluun, tinxiomdy awaiting her husband, who had a rn.inia for sailing. Tln-v \v« re Intr • - (lured to 1 iOid Wilfrid and Ladv Kdlili. A cottage hy...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 April 1909

..'■r - - mm:. /^rneiik.v Aim n et A LITTLE KNOWLEDGE INDIVIDUALITY. AID Farmer Jones: "There never wn So contrary a steed, He's getting thinner dally, yet We give lilm plenty feed; But he takes little at the trough, The saying's true, I think, You can lend a horse to water, but You cannot make him drink." And when one here be- low, Is born A slave to doubt and fear, You may tell him God Is In the wind— Ton cannot make him hear. You can show him clouds at sunset, You cannot make him see The silver lining—it remains A hidden mystery. Build libraries of noble books, Provide the wisest teaching, But if the people will not heed, Wlicro is tile good of preaching? 'TIs Individuality |j That counts, find so, I think. We waste much time providing for The horses who won't drink. Potatoes—An Appreciation. If Sir Walter Raleigh had dono nothing else, his discovery of the po- tato plant should have protected him from his untimely fate. It is interesting to note thai pota- toes, like corn, have ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 April 1909

1 I I I j I I I i I No Chance for a Romance. A young woman living in the neighborhood of Thirty- thud and Cumberland Streets the other morning bought at a nearby grocery store a doz- iMi eggs. Oil one among them there was scratched the name with address of a young farm- er ii]> the Stale. He had also written op the egg a request the person buying it write to liiin. The young woman wrote a letter to the tiller of the soil and received an an- swer in which the farmer de- clared himself pleased at hav- ing heard from her, etc. He wound his letter up with: "1 hope you did not eat the egg, as I wrote that 0:1 it a year ago. —Ex. Actual Facts. l;or uwards of fifteen years Hunt's Cure has been sold under a strict guarantee to cure any form of itching skin troubles known. No matter the name—less thru one per cent of the purchasers have re- quested their money |l>ack. Why? Ft simply does the work. There never was a truer saying than that a town is judged by its newspapers. If it is cro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 April 1909

-> ?r, [ '•v a*- * // L <1 A , _ 'V k, Pnterrd Jonunrv>.8, 1901, at Ihe Hllo,Texn Postofflre osSrc-ondCiiissNall fjqtlr.r AcfofOinures> March.!. 1879 mt; m ■ A ';'r< m $&r i f' * V'T Volume IX ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 9. 1909 Number iS fct THE HOME BANK" THE ALTO STATE BANK CAPITAL $IO,OOO.no GET INTHE HABIT OF SAFTING Your" money. A young man come in. our bank last week with a check lor $15 anked htm to deposit with us. He said the amount was toosmalJ, but we convinced him that no account was too small for us to have on cur books, and now that you lg man is one of ou;* satV fie J customers. ONLY ONE DOLLAR will start an account with us, ter how small, H H Kerry man, President M C Parrish, Cashier Make a start no mut M E McClure ) *r. „ , NHAgnew [Vice Pre's No Account is Too Small for Us, I At the Same Old Sta > Ready 1o serves my many customers Sta with the best to be had in 3 s rp s Ji Q 1?-1 Of u. a", tx *: c-: Staple andFancv Groceries | Or Of all kinds,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 April 1909

SNAP FOR JIMMlE. MUST BELIEVE IT. i i / f SUMMARY OF THE WEEK A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. ITEMS FOB BUSINESS PEOPLE A Carefully Digested and Condensed Compilation cf Current News Domestic and Foreign. The northwestern section of Culh* liert, (la., was struck l>y a cyclone 'l'uesilav .ind almost totally destroy- ed. The first ear exclusively for wom- en that has ever run into New ^ orl< .started from the lloboken terminal of the McAdoo tunnels Wcdnesduy morning. A portion of tin' military prison at Fort heaven worth was destroyed by tire late Wednesday night. The prisoners were removed from the cell house under a heavy guard of United States troops and confined in 11 stockade. Twenty thousand American boys, nil members of a social and athletic organization known as the Sons of Daniel Hoonc, have enlisted in the task of running down the kidnapper of one of their number, Harold Moon, a member of the Flint (Mich.) chapter of the organiza- tion. The Duk...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 April 1909

1 Skr / BOTH HOUSES PASS GUARANIY BILLS NINETY VOTES FOR AND SEVEN TEEN AGAINST THE MEAS- URE BY CURETON. THE CRACKING OF PAINT. NOT A WEIGHT LIFTER. y - . SENATE PICKS SENTER-HUME Decide In Favor of the Substitute t« Alexander Bill, After Lengthy Consideration. Austin, Tex., April 4.—The Senate ut 1:04 o'clock this (Sunday) morn ing finally passed the Senter-Hume substitute for the Alexander deposits guaranty bill by a vote of 14 to 10 there being threo pairs, showing that the Senter-Hume advocates had the seventeen votes they have been claim- ing. Austin, March 2.—Guaranty o. bank deposits held the boards in both Houses this afternoon, the Senate picking the subject up just about the time the House passed the bill bj Messrs. Cureton and others, and short ly before the House finally passed the bill by a vote of 90 to 17. The Cureton bill went through the House without the adoption of an> amendments materially changing it. The bill, as passed, provides that State banks which have...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 April 1909

f ~r~. fc,- v. mm i Newest effects and Advance Hints Sn Stylish! r:;'i / £ £ 1 r£ 3 % 3 s i ; i i 5 5s ^1 t7"* ^MILLINERY. § i H H A 4 4 A i t Our Ea;tcr Millncry showing will more than imitate expactatiug of all lodies contemplation a new Hot for Easter Our line embraces the most fashionable models, the smartest trimmed and the prettiest styles ever shown in town. That our house stands supreme in millinery fashions as well as in economy is emphatically enclined in our superb show in'j' of Tailored Hats so moderately priced. We ask an importiou. Our efficient designer, Miss Riggins, will take pleasure in showing you the correct styles of the season. You will be iiithume over them and will frankly admit that you never before witnessed such stunning creations at so low price. HANDSOME BONNETS FOR THE LITTLE TOTS. Just in time for Easter. Our line of spring dress material is now very complete- New arrivals in black, brown navv and Alice Blue Vails, ranging from 75c to $1.50 per yard. T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 April 1909

MWHWflffli 5;:,v 9f\ IRfWR Nl OT1 C E Cold Springs Camp, No, 2262 woodmen of the v, orud Meets at Cold Springs, 4\i miles west of Alto, 011 the fourth Saturday nights in each month. All Woodmen invited. K. D. BODENHEIMER, C. C. A. D. ACRY, Clerk Local Happenings Rfev. and Mrs. C. E. Mock spent Monday night in A.1to, guests of Mrs C. M. Noell, enercute to their recently ac- quired home in New Mexico. Don't forget to bring your shoes to the Herald office when they need repair. The East Texas Teachers, Association will meet, in Obituary. The precious soul of Jessie, son of Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Anderson, passed into the great beyond March 30th, at S a. 111. He was the darling son and idol of the family but as the death aijjgel boldly knocked at the door and despite the cries and tears of I Jacksonville next Friday andlthe bereaved ones, entered and Saturday, April 15 and 16.1 the pure white foul to Tomato twine at Hogau & Thomas'. Geo. Crouch was up from aiL 'nv'tcc^ to 'Je present. A...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 April 1909

t Itfl % r rf THE ALTO HERALD l— T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. •i * - * ALTO, - TEXAS TEXAS NEWS ITEMS Hay ward mill loss in Nacogdoches from Wednesday's fire is placed at $115,000. The large jiipe organ of the First Presbyterian church of Marshall has been installed. Fire destroyed (he Klectra (!in Company's new cotton gin in Electra Tuesday morning, about 1 :.')0 o'- <fT>ek. This plant was valued at $8,000. The heaviest snow that has fallen in the lower Panhandle section in years began Wednesday morning at 7 o'clock and continued for about nine hours. It developed that I'r. Charles \Y Eliot, the retiring president of Har- vard University, is seriously con- sidering declining the post of Am- bassador to (ircat Britain. The school children of Greenville, raised mi.7,r> Saturday, by selling tags, and the amount will be used in buying more books to be added to the public school library. May l.'t and I I the State Bankers' Associations of the States of Ala- bama, Mississippi and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 April 1909

«'t ''7~ ' •" . v - 4 v"'" '' Tf T" m BY^tLlA MIDB1JETON TTJB corrmcm no? or j o umncorr ro HJLUSTRAM'tD BY RAT WATERS SYNOPSIS. Tbreo qlrla — Elizabeth, Oabrlelle and Kliae—■♦.artod for Canada to spend th«* Hummor there. On board steamer they were frightened by an apparently dement- ed stranger, who finding a bug belonging to one of them, took enjoyment in scru- tinizing u photo of the trio. Klise shared her stateroom with a Mrs. Graham, also bound for Canada. The young women on a sightseeing tour mol Mrs Graham, anxiously awaiting her husband, who had a mania for sailing. They were Intro- duced to Lord Wilfrid and I.ady Edith. A cottage by the ocean was rented by the trio for the summer. Elizabeth learned that a friend of her father's was to call. Two pien called, one of them being the queer-acting stranger on the steamer. The Rlrls were "not at home," but discovered by the cards left that one of the men was Elizabeth's father's friend. The men proved to bo John C. Hlak« and Gordo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 April 1909

!> ■ - M' j. CHEAP AND WHOLESOME FOOC Th'se 8f]ur re, Palatable Meai« Thai Can fjc Provided for Nln« Cents a Day, Tlic hi.ilili board's experience Inst iwinter v ill t!io ini'-uiplovt'tl in tlio iloduing h<Miv. s and itnprovisi d shel- !11 r> lias Icil it m tin' firm conclusion lliat. ^'i\' 11 careful management, | wholesale buviie;, good 11• of 111 n- 'tenuis mill ntiiconditions. threo .square, wholesome, palatable meals a (dm niav he i'uniMied for loss than mini' cents ;t day. On the nine-cent 1 iayis (he ble.--in - of a bath, a doctor in i a-o of in' d and a clean hod wore added to the solution of the food problem. An examination of llie daily menu prescribed causes no disappointment. A breakfast of bread and butler, cof- fee (with sugar), and molasses is do- t idedlv brt 'la. lory, ll is. in la I the must-praised "eontineiilal" breakfast slightly modilied, and the qnesiion of its sufficiency resolves it- self in I o one of quantity and quality. M'bcre these arc adequate...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 April 1909

mmmmrnrn entered JunuarviwS. I'jni ,ot the /IIto, 'IVxn I'ostofflrc osSccon . : ^?<il i Maltor Ac I of Ooiwrcsv florvli i«70 VOLUMU IX ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 16. 1909 Number rg imm MM 1 hx-BE*.* THE HOME BANK' !ii ALTC >TATE BANK CAPITAL $!0,000.no II has been estimated that NINETY-FIVE PER CENT of gf the business of our country is transacted by means of checks and d raits THE MAN WITH A CHECKING ACCOUNT! P CAN TELL YOU 0C ITS MANY ADVANTAGES A checking account with THIS BANK will enable you to handle your cash transactions with absolute safety and convenience Letter-from Geo. B.Terrell. I bly good work, considering I the filibustering of a strong ! lie first called session of niiuotity that had to be met! tho .^ist legislature < me to a and overcome 011 every iin- M C I'.irri.-li, Cashier lit M N ] Vice Pits's If You Like Our Way of Doing Business TELL OTHERS 1/ in :5 S -s I Ready to serves my many customers with the best to be had in fit, fl \ a Sfc InL, *5L IH3L | St...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 April 1909

*+ / SL A ym I *"' r ■UMBffl V* Jk * ■t i I ; III1 THE ALTO HERALD 1— T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. ALTO, ------ TEX A S TEXAS NEWS ITEMS Waco suffered a fire loss Monday morning aggregating $10,000, nar- rowly escaping a conflagration of awful proportions. The postal receipts for the year ending March .'SI at Mexia, was $8,- 196.61. The cotton receipts in Terrell by wagon for the season of 1908-09 amount to 28,992 bales. George A. Clark, twenty-five years chief operator in the Galveston West- ern Union office, died Wednesday. Land agents closed a sale oi seven sections of well-improved land in Nolan County. Consideration, $135,- 000. The new building for the Terrell city lighting plant is about com- pleted. Machinery will arrive in a few days. The 8-vear-old son of Mrs. I lank- ins West, in Paris, was fatally burn- ed at -1 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, dying at 9 o'clock. Clifford Cogburn, of Heauinont, mistook bis wife for a burglar early Monday morning and shot her through the neck....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 April 1909

nrm /S s/ is " •> .1 /W Thinking How Wonderfully Well it Suited Her Flower-Like Face. ZllA MIDD1XTON ccrratctr no? er so upmffforr ca nj,usrxAjrZD BY JUT WALTERS 8YNOPSI3. .Three girls — Elisabeth, Gabrielle and jEIIhb-started for Canada to npend the summer there. On board steamer they were frightened by an apparently dement- ed stranger, who, finding a bag belonging to one of them, took enjoyment In scru- tinizing a photo of the trio. Ellse shared her stateroom with a Mrs. Graham, also bound for Canada. The young women on a sightseeing tour met Mrs. Graham, anxiously awaiting her husband, who had n mania for sailing. They were Intro- duced to Lord Wilfrid and I<ady Edith. A cottage by the ocean was rnnted by the trio for the summer. Elizabeth learned that a friend of her father's was to call. Two men called, one of them being the queer-acting stranger on the steamer. The girls were "not at home," but discovered by the cards left that one of the men was Elizabeth's father's fr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 April 1909

/ ..vv,Tn7-. ^■<m •"-^r iftlp • -.• Aw ' Aft. < I i i > V, ' *s i 81, «& I wr • ; -. 4 J . {tifi •.v M'v ■ ■-s ' :->V lit R <v V sVc ee'xWlB'/tWBV^fftfaei >31 's-. '"V ".ta " tw *Jw M ! ' t* su* w 11« '"300 5.3 ' jw "!-Kl a c'M ,<?7 rT.4 V"W ' JCJ 'M • ir • IWS i 3 ,f: >•.* jw £ £ ip ■ rk-j ' *• -iS f5* £** *3# M Newest effects and Advance Hints In Stylish O -r O 4 'I * / j 11 ]■ MiJlnci- showing will more than meet the t xpectancy of all ladies contemplating a new TIat for Easter, bra.vs the most fashionable models, the smart*, t trimmed and the prettiest styles ever shown in town. oiu house stands supreme in millinery fashions as well as in economy is emphatically evidnced in our superb t 1 ailored Hats so moderately priced. We ask an inspection. Our efficient designer, Miss Riggius, will take 4 * '7% Our Our line em That showing of plea, ure in s owing you the correct st\ s of the season, von never he >rc witnessed such stunni g creations at so TOTS...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 April 1909

4 K it KT <j<r 4/cr „ ., "*.A GIVEN AWAY at the RACKET STOR r nave only a limited number of them gone .CC( !i ! the n i A H Tt c -it r I he oilk Lr epe Ladies Special Attention to «j' IIA^cc! B Irr^X I Tf i( ¥1 H Also Poplin Princess in And the Finest Black Voile Skirting you have ever witnessed ^ secure a Coupon Card, and get your ^ Breakfast Set before all are gone £t C*. -■** r Ik fi >opnlar G k* Don't delay at ■i i rt^tvpr Li ii i. V vl *. ?2. /vi.to s Come m at once r n© 4., i R ^ *fe,y gHS jras >r 1 "iU , 1-j - • <r * ] i /K&C ft Storey i NJ OTIC E Cold Springs Camp, No, 2262 WOODMEN OF THE WORLD Meets at Cold Springs, 4}^ miles west of Alto, 011 the fourth Saturday nights in each month. All Woodmen invited. F, D. BODENHEIMER, C. C. A, D. ACHY, Clerk Local Happenings j The Racket Store buys eggs. Hay, bran and chops just received at Agnew's. Try ice cream with nut sun- dae at Guinu & Coats'. Large line of fancy candies to arrive Monday at Allen Bro's. Li...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 April 1909

V I / V;/ - I '' i i. .. fi IE; i 8 i * 1 i ji IS 5 THESTATE LEGISLATURE two messages SENT TO BOTH houses EASTER SUNDAY cy GOVERNOR. EXTRA SESSION IS CALLED Criticises Legislators on Lack of Ac- tion on Platform Demands. Time Wasted. Atisiin t'.nv ('.uiipbell Sunduy sent (o ih,> I .I'liv two nicsBagos. The l!i v. 111(■ 11 v. as delivered to tlir St alr whi'ii it met in the morning, it lid to Hi" House when it nut thin jifterooon. va in tin' nature of a ro.ist, Riving lit- i«"tis lor having to call a second sjiet lul session. Later In the day lie sent in a second iiKissagc, transmitting his proclama- tion for a second session. The text of these mosages follows: Executive OfllCO, April 10, 1909.—To the Legislature: Tho Constitution of this State Imposes upon the Governor, among other things, the duty to 'rec- ommend to the Legislature such meas- ures as he may deem expedient." Com- pliance with tills provision of the Con- stitution is always the source of much annoyance to the serv...

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