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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 15 December 1897

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1391. enough to buy more suits occasionally. Louis XV decorated the statue -with the Order of the Holy Ghost, possibly at a moment when another set of spirit had possession of htm; and It Is the owner of nine handsome costumes be longing to different periods. On fete days the boy Is gorgeously cld; some times In old French costumes, some times in the uniform of the Garde Civique. All this is funny enough, but not as curious as the rest. It Is the fashion for wealthy maiden ladies to fall in love with the statue, and remember it handsomely in their wills. Through . one such bequest this petted boy is pro vided with a valet at a salary of $40; and a short time ago another unwedded admirer left $200 for the completion and maintenance of his wardrobe. A Lie is Forever. A little girl whom the Prairie Farmer Knows came In her night clothes very early to her mother one morning, say ing: "Which is the worse, to tell a lie or steal ?"- The mother, taken by stirprlHe, r...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 15 December 1897

THIS ADVOCATE AND NEWS. DECEMBER 15, ADVOCATE AND I1E17S. OFFICIAL STATE I'Al'KH. A Kaiua Xewtpaptr Devoted to the Jiett Inter end of tle Home, the .SJiup ami the Far m. Published Every Wednesday, at Topeka, Kansas. GEO. B. HARRISON & CO., Fditoiih ani I'kophiktohh. Suboerlptlou Rate : Ono copy one yi'nr by mail, It. f n clubs of ten or more, by mail, ono year, 75 conts each. The advertising rates of Tim Advocate and News are low. Fstlmat.es will be made and prices furnished on application. No extra charges for cuts, etc. The publishers reserve the right to reject any objectionable adver tising. The readers of this paper may consider any advertisement which appears herein as representing a firm whoso reliability can be vouched for by the publishers. The Advocate was established In IHHll. and was consolidated with the Kansas News In 1HU7. The Advocate and News Is the ofllctal State paper, and has a larger circulation than any other Kansas weekly. Vor Information regarding subscri...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 15 December 1897

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1897. (Published December 15, 181)7.) Supremo Court Syllabi. No. 10872. The State of Kansas vs. William Shlve and B. Underwood. Error from Reno County. REVERSED. Syllabus. By thu Court. Doster, C. J. Where two persons jointly accused of it crime defend upon the ground of absence iit the time of Uh commission, but testi mony la offered tending to prove their pres ence at a point a few miles from tho scene of Its occurrence a few hours previous to its commission. It Is error to receive In evi dence a mailed envelope addressed to one of them and having upon It the return card of the other, where its genuineness as sent by one and received by the other Is not shown, nor the connection of the receiver with It shown by proof of Its pre vious possession by him, or inferable from any other fact than his name and ad dress written thereon. All the Justices concurring. A true cony. Attest: JNO. MARTIN. ISeal.J Clerk Supreme Court. No. 10321. Jessie Davis vs. George O. Th...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 15 December 1897

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. DECEMBER 16, ,, .,.,.,.. i.HKHWWWW f .!..f..f..fi rnrmT PUBLIC OPINION. HH-HHWHH-WH44H-H4-F 1 '3 ' I PJlF9inFNT'5 W.J.Bryan: "The nV meswage indicates an in- i.ww.v.. leuuuu Will mo yaii, ui . . Ih UonoliLinf tn olrf In llimllTID' inn of paper money over to the national ," banks and In the imeajnitlme a purpose to ' ' give gold a further superiority over ell j ver as money." )".', Leavenworth Times (Rep.): It boldly handles the live lsu in American af ) ""' fall's to-d;iy and, as It neoms to us, goes to the very heart of them. Clyde (Was.) Herald (Rep.): Don't be ' iii ir.rri.i... ; uneasy; wmuover imwummi iuciviiiitv ; takes on the Cuban qucwUou will be I - 1 ..II I I 1. 1 1 1.1, 1 :! Ilglll VUAl till g(7VM iwiiuuiiuaiin niiuuiu stand by him. Cherokee County Republican: The Senate may not meet President McfCin Icy'a wishes by the adoption of (lnunclal legislation, but the country will know where to place the blame. Kansas City Times (Dem.): Charac terized mil...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 15 December 1897

t: 1897. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. for the transportation of pupils to and from school. This method of combining sparsely settled districts luw fceen tried with good success in several of the older States and . ought to be more generally adopted in Kansas. Lincoln Beacon: Probably as hard a workingman of his years as there is In Lincoln county is Hon. William Baker, who is nearing his 68th birthday. Mr. Baker personally oversees his two farms and the habits of a lifetime prior to his election to Congress reassert themselves continually. His son Edgar leaves the family home In Lincoln at 6 o'clock a. m. every working day to take charge of the 213 head of cattle which he is feeding on the ranch west of town. Hugoton (Kas.) Hermes (Rop.): A writer in the Topeka Capital recently urged that the Republican party consent that the prohibition amendment to the constitution of Kansas be resubmitted to a vote of the people. And there are many good reasons why the Republican party should welcome a...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 15 December 1897

i-i THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. December u, to Ti , J....J..J..J. ii.iijii.ji.iiiinjii.iiijniijlijjij..ji.j iJ.iJmJ.iJ.jJ.iJi.i.. LABOR NEWS.i Engineers' Call, The following call has been Issued. ' IHb worthy of the earnest consideration of. every friend of humanity. 1 To Organized Labor and ThHr Friends. - , Greetings !, The Amalgamated Society of Engi neers, Machinists, Smiths and Pattern Makers, and allied trades of Great Brit ain and Ireland, are now, and have been, lighting concentrated capital since the first week In July for the establishment of an eight-hour day a reform that Is human, a necessity, the hope and am s bltlon of nil true friends of labor. This fight started locally In the London dis trict, and when three-fourths of the firms had conceded the' eight-hour day tho federated employers stepped into the field, and at this date Y1 llrnis have locked out X7.00I) skilled and unskilled workers. This was done to defeat the movement In London, crush trade unionism, grind down t...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 15 December 1897

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1397. i f futiitnf -T-- -H-I-H"JMH-I-HM- 1 RAILROAD EMPLOYES. Ball of the Emporia Trainmen. The big ball of Emporia Lodge No. 23 of the brotherhood of Railroad Train men will . be held at the wigwam at Emporia to-morrow night. There will be a large attendance, as a great many tickets have been Bold. Joe Lightner got rid of twenty-five. The members of the Invitation committee are L. O. Williams, Joe Lightner, W. S. Cum min, V. E. Miller and J. E. Martin dale. Supper will be served at the Whit ley. The officers of No. 23 for the coming year are J. F. Lightner, master; W. H. Hall, secretary; J. E. Martindale, treas urer, and C. D. Shafer, Journal agent. The Wreck at McLellan. The Phoenix, Ariz., Republican says: The remains of Engineer Frank Newton, killed and burned to a crisp in the Mc Clellan wreck on the Santa Fe Pacific, were found, only a part of the trunk, articles of clothing and keys leading to identification. The remains were ac companied to the old hom...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 15 December 1897

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS, DECEMBER 15, !.J , 1 s PEOPLE OF THE DAY. A campaign of philanthropy Is ome thing new In politics, but that la prac tically what Pennsylvania in experienc ing just now. Mr. P. A. B. Widener, tho groat street oar magnate of Phila delphia, is uaid to bo a candidate for the Republican nomination for governor, and he Is making a bid for popularity by scattering pnblio benefactions with a princely hand. Mr. Widener recently began his cam paign by announcing that he intended to give his magnificent city residence, valued at 1600,000, to Philadelphia to to tifled as a branoh of the free library it fmhfmm P, A. B. WIDKNEB. systora. lie further stated that he was prepared to spend 1400,000 in fitting it up for the purpose and hanging fine works of art on the walls. He is to turn the building over to the library trus tees within a year after his new country house is completed. This generous gift Mr. Widener fol lows with the statement that he is to be one of fonr men wh...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 15 December 1897

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. mil (Published December 15, 1807.) Appellate Court Syllabi. Kansas Court of Appeals, Northern De partment, Western Division. ' No. 136. James C. Pomeroy, plaintiff In error, vs. The Board of County Commissioners of Graham county, Kansas, and J. A. Mel lotte, as County Treasurer of Graham county, Kansas, defendants In error. Error from Graham County District Court. AFFIRMED. Syllabus. 1. The owner of land who attempts to buy the same at tax sale is not a purchaser, but a redemptioner. 2 The owner of land, In possession, who, without Inducement of fraud or mistake of factB, puys taxes assesned thereon, volun tary, cannot recover the same back, even though such levy is without authority of law. to refuse the reauest of a party to Instruct the Jury what Is the true Interpretation of such written contract. e rt V.. ononlal flnIInn-a nf thft llirv UnOtl nAfa ru tn Dm rllrmirm.tlon of the case and to the support of their gen eral veraict, are contrary iu iuo uu .,iHn...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 15 December 1897

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. DECEMBER' li, Associated Press in Trouble. i New York, December 9. The New York Sun, which was formerly at the head of the United Preea, has brought suit for damages against the Associated Press. It is alleged that 'this associ ation Is a combination of newspapers of unlawful character which Is conspiring to deprive the Sun of the right to sell Ita rnewa in the open market. An in- . Junction la asked. The Sun haa also brought suit for damages growing out of the Associated Press compelling newspapers to quit using the Sun news service. The damages asked amount to 1225,900. ' Where Are Eepublicana At? The Kansas Standard (Mound City) sizes up the Republican party as follows: "With the roaring of D. R. Anthony and Major Hudson in Kansas, the thunder lugs of Chauncey I. Filley in Missouri, the revolt against Boss Money-Baga Hanna in Ohio, and the dethronement of Bow Piatt in New York, the insurrection In Cuba dwindles into insignificance. The republican machine Is...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 15 December 1897

i8:. THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. XIX o x SjTHPAPPT . . .EVER HEARD OE . p .1 Til HIE I o ti f HPE people of Emporia, Reading, Barclay, Osage City, Peterton, Bur- O W V 1 O 11 lingame, Scranton, Carbondale and Wakarusa: Through the gen- erosity of the merchants of Topeka named below a special train will run j on the Santa Fe between Emporia and Topeka, I The following time table has been arranged and the following unprece- $ dented rates will hold good only for the special train next Friday: x 0 O Leave Emporia 8.00 a. hi. O .. r Lang a.zu a, 111. Reading 8.37 a. in. Barclay -8.50 a. 111. Osage City . . .9.02 a. 111. Peterton t).07 a. m. Burlingame . . !.19 a. m. Scranton y.30 a. m. Carbondale. . .y.38 a. in. Wakarusa y.50 a. m. .10.15 a. in. Round Trip Rate to Topeka $1 00 100 100 100 75 75 65 50 40 25 RETURNING. Leave Topeka 5.00 p. m. Arrive Wakarusa 5.27 p. m. 44 Carbondale 5.38 p. m. 4k Scranton 5.47 p. in. " Burlingame 5.58 p, m. " Peterton 0.10 p. m. " Osage City (UG p. m. " Barcla...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 15 December 1897

20 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. DECEMBER 15, 13;7. John S. Bale, Late of Hale A Mcintosh ; C. EL Hill. Cattle Salesman, late of Hale A Mcintosh ; J. A. Crane, Hog Salesman, late of Crane, Shelley 4 Hmton, St. Joe, Mo.; Samuel M. Uale Office ; Hugh T. woods, Yardman ; C. J. Booth, Sheep Salesman. J ohn B. Hale Commission Co. I-IVIG OTOCIC AQIClMTia, Rooms 50, 51, 52, new wing Exchange Building, Kansas City Stock Yards. Correspondence and consignments solicited Market reports free on application. Refer encesAmerican National bank and National Bank of Commerce. Kansas City, Mo. Tel. 179 M 1 VVv ' . ' , W.:- Erwin, Grant & Co, mm Y V ( Meyler (Juot landed) : "Hlvene! llonorah, would ye molnd the size of the currants they do be ralaln In this country." Scrlbner'rv Are still doing business at the old stand, under new manasre 0 lift 1 , vve v.,M U U LkaLsa U XI fiOl KnnQ Ava tons weigh 2,000 ity nara 10 pieaseyon ana inorougmy appreciate your patronage. iccmeriiDer tne om Htand, iki ivttnsus...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 December 1897

' irrminr-w . . I Devoted to me 5esr Interests or the Home, the shopand the farm Ninth Year, No. 51. OFFICIAL STATU I'Al'KK. 01 YKAK. TOPEKA, KANSAS, DECEMBER 22, 1897. KVERY TVFDNKSnAY. TWO CKNTri A COPk. FARMERS' CONVENTION, Secretary Coburn Issues Program, for the Board of Agriculture's Meeting. The annual meeting of the Kansas Board of Agriculture will be held at To peka, beginning January 12 at 4 o'clock p. m. and continuing three days. The program, which is one of the best yet arranged, Is as follows: WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12. Afternoon session 4 o'clock. Roll call. - Report of committee on credentials. Reading minutes of preceding meet ing. Reports of officers. The following topics will be taken up and considered, as near as may be, in the order in which they are given. Pa pers will be subject to pertinent discus sion, and delegates are urged to pre pare for these discussions. Others pres ent, of whom there are likely to be a large number, will, as heretofore, also have the priv...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 December 1897

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. DECEMBER 22, DR. HILLIS ON KANSAS. Chicago Divine Gives Hi Opinion of the State. Rev. Dr. Wills, of the Central church I, of that city, has been delivering lectures mrougn ivansas. lie says in an inter view in the Inter Ocean: "Perhaps no State In the Union sup- ' ports a larger number of lecture courses, f oy men wno BpeaK or its -nnanciai va- garlef and political heresies.' In the southern part of Kansas there are some twenty lecture courses now In progress ,. Doubtless even our largest and wealth- i lest suburbs would think It quite Ira- j pOMlble to pay out f 1,500 for foreign taiimt. n.n1 thprp la rtprhann nn fVnirnh Ik OIL ,11, r tfcnt thinly l nmnM. r their friends. But the enthusiasm of i those Western towns for the higher life ! and culture is not stayed by high prices. ; inose towns namea Wellington, or win fleld, or Newton, are fairly representa ! tlve of a score of larger towns or cities i. in Xanana. Wplllnertnn. rnr Mamma has ,,' about 6,000 Inha...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 December 1897

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 8 GOVERNOR JOHN W. LEEDY, ' EX-SENATOR W. A. PEFFER, GOVERNOR S. A. HOLCOMB, HON. WHARTON BARKER, . Tell What the Reform Forces ol the Country May Expect to Accom plish During the Coming Year and Along What Lines They Should Work to Bring About the Best Results. "What is the outlook for the reform forces for the coming year?" ia a ques tion that is of timely interest. The outlook in this State is exceedingly good. In less than a year the present State administration has made a showing that is unequalled by any previous record. Governor Morril's "good business ad ministration" is away below zero in comparison. It was said at first that it would be impossible to bring the large corporations to time that the new State officers would merely be making a laughing stock of the State and this was Bald by persons who fully admitted that there were abuses practiced and wrongs to be remedied. What has been the result? Look at what Attorney General Boyle, Superintendent M...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 December 1897

THM ADVOCATE .AM) NEWS. DECEMBeH 22, ', .T-if.i t .I. it.. t..T...1f ,.T..Ti.T..f. iT..T..T..T, .T.,t. ,t..f. ,f , ,T..t.. t. t .. f. t. t t t t t t .t i , : t i .t. t. ' DEPARTMENT. BY W. A. PEFFER. p W. 4J. .1 t-J, ,Utl..f !. t-J. ,! -U-Tff. .f..T. .T..T TT..T..T..T..T..fT.. f J.T..f..T..T..T..TJJT.nT..T..T..T..f..t. X )' . ::. Dairy School at the Agricultural College. Editor Advocate and News: Your representative asks for a brief state ment of the reason for organizing a Dairy school at the State Agricultural College. i, ' Kansas lias the most favorable condi tions for profitable dairying of any State ; In the Union mild climate, short win ,ters, rich lands, cheap feeds and good '.; v shipping facilities. J ' Dairying- is a business that offers to Kansas farmers a good cash income the .! year round, a sure means of profitably marketing, in condensed form, our bulky '' forage and grain crops and profitable employment at all times. The production of good butter and cheese is a busi...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 December 1897

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. worse for a living lateraent, and hive even been known to seek shelter In a snow bank, diving Into it while In full flight It la when a fall of snow is heavily crusted that "bob white" la in danger. Escape from beneath hla 6nowy covering la then imposlble, and whole flocks have been found frozen where they had roosted." A Philadelphia dispatch tella of a grasshopper raid in Argentina. It re minds one of Kansas in 1874-5. The hoppera rise like dark clouds and sweep before the winds from one eectlon to another, bringing ruin to all vegetation. Railroad traffic Just outside of Buenos Ayres was suspended for a time, as the trains could not move through the dense clouds of Insects, which for a time hovered about that particular locality. The tracks became so thick with Insects that the wheels sMpped a3 tnough run ning on an oily substance, and it was owing to this, coupled with the fact that the engineers could not detect danger signals, that traffic was suspended....

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 December 1897

THM ADYOCAjpH AND NEWS. DECEMBER 22, l..f..t. t .t t..t t .t..t..l .t. t t. t ..I n TJTI T J rH TT I' I I J J i CONCERNING Ml Mill' M-M-M f KANSAS, i BY J. W. MORPHY. What has become of J. R. Burton? A ton of soft coal costs $6 at Lamed. Mince pie socials are popular at Be loit. "Hard times" socials are still popular at Wichita. sRoaodale Is to become a city of the eecond class. Allen county is preparing to refund a sot of bonds. Brown of Pratt was formerly a farmer Newton wants an appropriation for a , government building. The Court of Appeals was In session at Garden City last week. Four bushels of corn gets the West phalia Times for one year. The State Poultry Association will meet at Topeka January 4. The bond proposition for new school buildings at Ottawa was voted down. .The Bank of Perry was robbed last Wednesday. But $1,500 was secured. Hotel Houston, at Neodesha, which waa burned recently, will be rebuilt. The Sterling Democrat thinks that P. P. Elder would make an ideal Go...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 December 1897

THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. 1897. THE STATE GOVERNMENT. Secretary Bush was In Chicago on business last week. Bank Commissioner Breldenthal is in northwest Kansas examining banks. Adjutant General Allen inspected the Junction City militia company Monday night. ' The State Board of Charities has let he contract for the building of the iu w building at Wlnfleld. The contract M'ice la $26,770. The bids were all re jected at a previous date because none of them were within the bounds of the $30,000 appropriation.' Oil Inspector Wharton paid $2,200 into the State treasury last Friday. This makes $4,000 In all which he has turned over to the State, lie hopes, by the time his first year expires, to turn In more than his predecessor did in two years. No detailed report accompanied the payment. C. M. Ross, Assistant Secretary of State, spent Saturday in Burr Oak.when tho firm of Horner & Ross, of which he is a partner, made its award in its prize corn contest. The largest twenty vara entered w...

Publication Title: Advocate And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate and news. — 22 December 1897

8 THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS. DECEMBER 22, a.1,,h,,14H"HI I 1-M H M H-M-Hi !-H MI 11 1 M' M-t-M ! Mill H-M-M; FOR FAMILY READING, jj --,2-tXXrl"I"III'''IIIII"tI' Tl' I 'I!!1! -l-j"t--"t--i-i" X"1'II,1I t PALESTINE. To Him was beautiful each i place Where patriarchs trod, I And saints and prophets of I his race Conversed .with God, And knew the glory of his x irrace. x Through tears He saw in ruin red Fair Salem fall; Its strength, its crown of t beauty fled, Its glory all Crushed 'neath the Roman's f ruthless tread. The land beloved! Thro' life, in death, And e'en beyond; Unchangeable, whate'er f man saith, Love's lasting bond; Jesus is still of Nazareth. London Christian World. t A patriotic love had He For Palestine, The desert, the far-glim mering sea, The terraced vine X On sunny hill, the cedar tree. The lirs, the rhododendrons bright Of Lebanon, Jezreel's ripe corn fields rolling white Waves in the sun, t Tabor's oak glades of gloomy light, f The cane-brakes of fair Jer icho, T Its...

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