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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 29 April 1904

? Devoted to the Entertainment vooa women ago i neir Edited by MISS BESS SJOtli Century Club. Meadames. Lee Bioe Fo frier -Hall Humphreys Cleveland Bogers. Mimes Clarke Bess Wright Bess Yantis meet with Mrs. Shepard Tuesday afternoon to have the regular meeting ofthe Twentieth Century olub. After the president oalled the meeting to order roll call was answered by quotations from Emerson's essays tm Wealth and Power. Both lessons in the Chautauquan and the Evolution of Industrial society were well studied and reoited.. The reading on "A Touch of Mature" by Mrs. Coggin was postponed on account of illness. MrF. Kobertson's paper "The Consumers League-was fine welljf08 PteHfnt faif wrftfen and verv instructive. After current topics the club -adjourned to meet with IRbb Bess Wright nest week. Following is the program for nest meeting: Boll call Answered by stories of the people of the West Indies. Chautauquan Bahama and Carider Leader Mrs. Walker. Required Book Evolution of Industrial So...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 29 April 1904

: 1 T A: M. Hartung is back from a ' business trip to Brady. i 4 . Choice Chocolates . eund Bon Bons COTTON MARKETS. . - LOST White plume off of hat. Return to Bulletin offioe. -dlGqtf w - OPENED HIGH LOW CLOSE Yesterday V V See Us Tomorrow For your Sunday fixings nobby ; ; high grade furnishing goods clothing and shoes Hanan's and Thompson's good low quar- V ter shoes in all the new leath- ers and shapely styles Manhat- ' '; tan Shirts and Corliss Coon' . . ' . - .. Collars Hawes" and Stetson .' Hats in great variety. " '"HOWARJ) L GILLIAM BROS. We sell goods worth the money brownwood lodoe directory. Notices under this heading will be published at $10 per year. Orders car- - .1 . 3 : 211 4. cnargea lor noaces oi extra ana c&ucu Ail "11 V 3 . . T r r . J J xneeangs. uuieis win ue cu&rgcu rega ar advertising rates. w. o. w. Pecan Valley Camp No. 45 meets inMaccabee Hall the first and third rhursday nights in each month. Geo. Walters Cbun.Com. A. E. WiWON Clerk. Court Directo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 30 April 1904

DAILY BULLETIN. 1 90s 90 90 900 909 900 909 900 909" 900 900 909- 909 909 909 900 900 909 909 P09 909 r I I RROWNWOOD TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 30 1904. NO. 167 ::::::::: ::: ft f:: grff" ' - : . - Has & ... i m Don't Lose Your Head. .- : K F- And take your money to the wrong place when; you intend buying Clothing -'Look first before you leap' Long looking or short looking will convince you that this is the v place for Meritorious Clothing at prices as low as they should be for garments that are stylish; garments that will fit; garments that are well made of honest material. Suits for $5.00 to $20.00 All the new things in Summer Clothing. Give us a call. We strive to please you. SAM BRJN 9 .I mm mm mm mmr mm ! V . -J : : ' i m h !!!!!!:!!!!!!!:::::::::::::::::!!: t i : ..i i : : : w ggfBBBHflHiHHIiilHIIIHiHIHHHB H999J9J9J9J9J9H999L 1 vrAv-r--r- --w"vw-v v vvvvw WWW y. I WVA VVi yy " y 6 $ DON'T Mention 1 You be First at our DISCOUNT CLOTHING SALE 500 MEN WANTED We want 500 Men to cal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 30 April 1904

W4 Friday's Oh I was born at Bidoford at Bldeford in Devon. And I was born o" Friday the youngest child of seven; So I can see the wind blow through grass and bush and tree. And I can hear the calling of drowned men from the sea. I hear the grass a-grow'ing when other maid .would hear.- Only a lover's whisper breathed so'ftlv In her ear: -Before the wild rose opens I'm wJsht be-. cause I know That she win wear a canker .her golden heart below. ' lor Friday's child must hear and see whst ne'er another may. " "- And cover with to-morrow's cloud the sun that shines to-day: And 1 was born " Friday and nni the last of seven; An Vin maybe the saddest maW x' IiJe- ford in Devon. Pall Ittall Gazttte. BABET'S From the summit of a certain ample hill near Champrosay the view is rarer ly beautiful and has inspired many a . poet and painter. But this story Is not concerned with the landscape. At the foot of the hill in the winding pic- turesque valley stands a rough weather-beaten cottage. Jt ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 30 April 1904

jS?. FORK- 80 DaJe Cookirg Oil - Positively .Gua.ro.iiteed (fly v 2 Directions. Direction for Frying-Put sufficient in cool' vessel to cover ar- ai tides to be fried and irradually heat oil very hot (about 350 de grees) BEFORE pattinsparticles in to prevent them from absorb- ing the "oil. v9tnda oil alter Seing for farther use. For Shortening Salt Rightly and use aboat J the quantity us- ually used of lard to accomplish same results. For Salad Dressing Chill before using and use as you .would olive oil. KROWNWOOD LOME DIRECTORY. Notices under this headiag will be published at lib per year. Orders car- ryiag these staadutg notices will not be charged fer aotices of extra and called taeetfaags. Others will be charged regu- ar advertising rates. w. o. w. Pecan Valley Camp No. 45 meets inHaccabee Hall the first and third rhmrsday night in each snovth. Geo. Waltess Coaa.Cois. A. E. W0W Clefk. Ceqt Director? 3stb adiaail Bistnct Judge John W. Goodwin. Attorney J. H. Baker. Clerk Jack Hall...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 30 April 1904

v 3 Mr Nistrot - Geat Cot Price Iodocenjcnts f ot Economical Bayers. The Great Bargain Center 1 i of Bbwiiwood Where Yo Get-Value Received for Every Dollar You Spend. . t Gar Load of New Goods Received' the Past two weeks- Goods bought in large quantities for die Spot Cash comprising a big line of Dry Goods. Clothing Big Shipment of Shoes for Ladies Shoes for Men Shoes for Boys and Children. The largest Shoe stock in Brownwood the leading brands of Shoes from the best makers the lowest prices ever made on high grade bhoes. during tnis V The Big Sale Continues for 6 Days Only. Six days longer of the Greatest Money-Saving Values ever offered to. the people an opportunity for economical buyers. Our guarantee back of every transaction here. We guarantee to please you in your purchases or your money back. Remember this sale continues for 6 days longer? you will find throughout our immense stock the greatest array of Bargains ever offered m orownwooa ior your money. - Big Clothing Special...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 30 April 1904

V ' mmm ft mlF mmwri&i.. ymmfMlZkwmmw 1 Never kick a man for calling you a . The Women of Japan donkey unless you are- anxious to Wholly Interesting is ft to note the prove the truth of his assertion. - peat contrast between file women of : Russia and those of Japan. Heflned Thg Best Results In Starching .femininity simplicity obedience nW- can do uuiameu umy uj u3b jvuuzo cu iu a iraive personal charm are Starch besides petting 4 oz. more tor game money no cooking required. : :An ouncelof get-up-and-get is bet- ter than-a ppund- of that "tired feel- ing." . ' Howdy I How's yonr liver? If not in first Class condition doing full duty and giving entire satisfaction -Simmon's Liver Purifier will fix it so you'll think it's gane it's trpubles will be gone Pur up m tin boxes only. Price 25c per box. It s easier for' the ayerace -woman I to land a- husband than it is to keep him landed. Women who work whether in the house store office or factory very rarely have the ability to stand t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 30 April 1904

THE DAILY BULLETIN. MAYES PRINTING CO. Proprietors;. Entered at the Brownwood Poatoffice as seoond class mail matter. WILL H. MAYES Editor. CYRUS A. TUNNELD City Editor HERVEY F. MAYES MANAGER. THOS. A. DUDGEON Circulation Manager. Play Ball! - RANDOM THOUGHTS. ' My views are perhaps not orthodox and will no doubt be con- demned by many but a statement in the press with reference to the hanging of the murderer of Miss Sandberg at Austin makes me shudder. That statement is that he is to be given time to make his peace with God be baptized and start right up to glory. It has. come to be the. expected thing that every vile murderer will repent of his sins just before ascending the scaffold be received into some ohurch by some preacher receive God's forgiveness and go right to Heaven there to dwell with the saints forevermore. Such farcical proceedings are enough to shock the sensibilities or every refined nature and to offset a great part of the good being done by the Christian churchs...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 30 April 1904

bsssjsjbjbjjMbmbs1mbs1 - t CHOICE FARM FED STOCK. 4 We make a specialty of handling only the choicest farm fed stock so that out customers are always stire of getting the best that' s on the market. We ate pleasing out customers and adding new ones every day which we think is sufficient evidence of out ability to give good service prompt attention to orders and choice meats. We will appreciate a share of your patronage when in need of Choice Steaks Pork Sausage Pure Lard Dressed Chickens Cured Hams Home Cured Breakfast Bacon etc. We take occasion to thank those who have favored us with their trade. We propose to show our appreciation by striving to better our service in every way possible. V L1LSZ i i SOCIETY and CLUB NEWS. TLo Shakespeare club' meets with ILrs. .Hervey Mayes this afternoon. Devoted tg the Entertainment and Helpfulness of Brown- wood Women and Their Friends. Edited by -MISS BESS R.OSEBOR.OUGH. Phone 217 A Pleasant At Home Ouite an eniovable dance was given at the op...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 30 April 1904

'ly Bulletin. ING COv Publishers OD TEXAS It's a lucky country that has ships to sell -when two other countries to war. se nile first thins the British will do afer they capture Lhassa will be to dtop the 'h" out of it. .Never mind Colombia! It's better and cheaper to lose in a French ourt than in a foolish war. Admiral Togo's wife seems to hav a clear case against him as far as his staying out nights is concerned. Suppose the Russians were to use camels for transportation. Would the army thereby be led to hump itself? Col. Younchusband's column has just done 'a little -civilizing in Thibet the rpsult being a brisk demand for coffins. Rice and dried fish washed dow n with- copious draughts of glory form ihe. regular rations of the Japanese army afield. Arizona the new state will be very iffifiw; but its capital Santa Fe will be s-tsAH enough to even things up. It was founded in 1535. The late Burton X. Harrison was .a distinguished Xew York lawyer besides- being "the husband of the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 May 1904

i'CxtMLY " BULLETIN : ? IMTOL 4. ' BROWNWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY MAY 3 1904 v . NO. 169 : ml B . N 1 1 SPECIAL 1 lot cash- mere suits well tailored worth ordinarily $750 anywhere Brm's special price Now coniea the Eagle shirt with and without collars and cuffs; you can't duplicate this bar- grin for 1.50 but Brm $1.00 The Walkover is still the best shoe on the market. "We have them in patent colt vici box calf low and high cut veay fine line at $4.00 1 lot White Lawn Shirt Waist beautifully trim- med latest style all new others sell for 1.50" Brin's price $1.00 VAv lot of Embroidery Edge Inserting to match; others sell for 7c and lQc. Big bargains at Brin's price 5 !o nieces Albion Batiste in beautiful designs something nice for sum- mer "others sell for 10c Brin's price 61c You should see our line of Laces before "buying. Our Torchon that others sell for 8 l-'ic and 10c Brin's price 5c Smites Silk in smell checks Polka Dots and mixed shades a fine im- itation of Silk worth 35c Brin's pri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 May 1904

7 ; ' v ' " " ' tw ft THE DAILY BULLETIN. MAYES PRINTING CO. Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as second class fnail matter. wii ii. juAVib DniK. HERVEY J7. MAYES Manager. THOS. A. DCJDGJEON Circulation Manager. " 7 A WONDER Teach Wine Culture. The wine merchants of Zurich have decided to form a museum and library ih Trhich every phase of wine culture will he represented. One special fea- ture will be books and prints and an- other will consist of the utensils an- cient and modern used in the manu-. facture of wine. The museum is to be historical artistic and scientific. The Scotch "Quern." . In Orkney the ground product of the - quern is sifted into a skape a circu- lar straw receptacle about four feet in diameter with a rim six inches deep. The sieve is of sheepskin pierced with fine holes by means of a hot wire. A little tub-shaped basket for holding the grain is called the lipple. Blind Railway Passengers. An effort has been made to obtain special conditions and g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 May 1904

ftllfllllll THIJ'S" fltllfllll I TIfxT fllffffllll fffflffllll s-r I lsT I1IFIIM1II TiJl PH flllfflllllfllflfllll 1 -r I VJTT ffllltlllll rr-irfSl" 'Flfllllltlllltr:KIIIIIIiniUiilllllll1lllrTTn-'1llltllllltlitll"iiltlliiliti m niiiiimii rrns?. r nun 11 ii HMiiri.nl t i mm i ci Kf. i mmir..iriM i i i mi tr.vti i mi fvtn fci n mi vr-u i i ii :7ir-.4 i nil Kiinr.. tin i mi r.virrzi iimfiTkrs A-nrt-rt mi h-irf-ri i u mi urjctm i uuwM&nrot u iimrj-ifz ii imirj- ii imi riyu air DON'T FORGET the Big 6 Days Sale AT MISTROT BROS. & CO. A Gueat Money-Saving Opportunity Doling this Sale. Big Shoe Sale this week. Big Clothing Sale; Counte Sale plain figtife marked down prices.. Clothing Specials at 1 -4 Off Original Prices. See the line to appreciate the Extra Values. liij I 9 1 CLOTHING. I2O suits men's clothing in Cheviots homespun every garment a mcxicl 10 different stj-les and weaves retail val- ue 12 30 a suit on sale at 5 i5 . 240 men's Dre;s suits C & B fine suits in cheviots...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 May 1904

ejmrjrs i!i" rT-'jiv i ii hi niiftimtm rmi it i - tr - 1 -A X:.- ' OMbkROW will "be a good day to look us over in the Ready Made Department. This week we offer 20 per cent discount on Womens' T Ready-Made goods. Selections here are perfect goods are all from high grade manufacturers and are right in every way. . . 20 per cent discount on Tailor Made and Shirt Waist Suits and Shirt Waists for thia week. HOWARD L GILLIAM BROS. We sell goods Svorth the money Railroad Time Table. SANTA 76 East-bound leaves at 7:35 a.m. 75 "Arrives From the East 9:30 p. m. THROUGH TRAINS 7S East-bound arrives ........ 7:15 p. m. Departs 7:85 p. in. 5T West-bound arrives 9:30 a. m. Departs. 9:45 a. m. PRISCO. North-bound leaves 5:80 a. in. South-bound arrives 0:10 a. m. Sonth-bound leaves forBrady S:30 a. m. Train from Erady arrives ...6:30 p.. in. South-bound arrives S:50 p. in. "North-bound leaves 10:00 p. m. BfiOTOYOOD LODGE DIRECTORY. Notices under this heading will be published at $io per year. Order...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 4 May 1904

TP il . ' . imiii i I i ii ' 1 ' . ' ' "'I " : ) r x -A - !S" - 1 1.1 &AILY BULLETIN. MR jar i - 'Mr: RROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY MAY 4 1904. .4. r la 11 nni t vt Ji a f 70 t-. : - . . . - r l j Esi J J??????; W Trf.V - 1 1 5 1 5 1 " ' 1 1 ' 1 8 5 ? ! s s ! ' : ' s s : : s : ?l ? ?? r ? !!!!!!!!"!!:J!:!!:i iWTf r-vv: I . . . . . . 2 a! I tXrT? s Oreat ay daw. Oho Opportunity of tieSeason to yet 'Dependable Ttferehandise at the jLowest iPrice Gver Offered to the !People. ':--''i-.:':.:?k' -i'--' ' : : -W'V.'.::"S;::1-';'.;: We have decided to make a grand Sweeping Reduction in the prices of goods in every department of our Great Store We havnt room here to tell it all or to give prices but we have the goods and in many instances have Cut the price half in two. Come and see for yourself. The earlier the better. We give premium stamps during this sale. " SAM BRJN'S ONE-PRICE STORt V - I flflflflvrffffMa(ff 1 aMMMaaaa"aMMM 'llfc 1 T I" MILLINERY I Up-stairs at our Store at GUARANTEED ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 4 May 1904

THE DAILY BULLETIN. MAYES PRINTING CO. Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Poetoffice as second class mail matter. -WILL H. MAYES Editor. CYRt:s a. tL'FKFLL. City Editor HERVEY F. MAYES Manager THOS. A. DUDGEON Circulation Manager. - w l rurviii ... - x 'no v " Getting Most Too '. PATS TO RAISE GOOD POULTRY. C. A. Groves has distiuguisbedjhirnself ataiu. He brought in "today nine chicken hens and sold them to Stokes Bros. t 7 cents tper "pound. They averaged seven pouuds each and thus brought 'him 49 cents each or $4.41 for the lot. They y.ere not real fat. or -they would have weighed eight pounds each. They were of the Plymouth Rock breed and had haduo special care. The average weight of the chicken hen now brought to Lampasns is about 3. to 5 pounds and they bring from 21 to'2o cents each. It is no more trouble or expense to raise a good chicken than it is to raise a poor scrubby thing and when you once have a start of the better breeds it.is far more pleasure to have the good o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 4 May 1904

h - ..iiihiiiiii)vhkhiii mil 1 1 ii in nil r-'mmni mm iiggsirc;. jfCT nwiiv.' iiui'y---- - - i si Mist rot Big Special Sale Only ? br a '' . Ill - i i ig :;; ; :h IS ' ? ri THUR5DAYFftPgevr J 9f J i - - S iiiumTTi i . I . ; ' j A Cxi?eat Opportunity fo Economical fcvyets. On Sale To-mowow: 23 dozen ladies Yst taped necked Jersey ribbed 8' -c grade onsale... oc' 25 dozen Jadies fine black ribbed Vest tlie 15w kind on sale 10c Ladies fine black satin Underskirts the original Kalamazoo Skirts 1.50 grade onsale "9Sc 200 fine ladies muslin Underwear in gowns sliirts drawers corset covers retail vrlues 25c 4Sc 75c 1.00 and 1.50 onsale 18c 25c to 9Sc The greatest values ever offered for the monej. Tnis is a lot just received . bought under price. Placed in this sale at special low figures. 25 dozen ladies white waists em- broideried fronts are new natterns inst received values - not a garment worth less than ?1. 50 on sale o$c 10 pieces of .fancy Foulard Silk figured 50c grade on sale.5. 3...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 4 May 1904

i I vvvuviiu mrXl '.?tocftl)ea!.ofV 31 v II re Showing imes in w dais. MUIBa .re sen goods W Railroad Time Table. SAXTA FE . .76 East-bownd leaves at 7:35 a.m. 75 Arrives-Kfom the East 9:30 p. ni .--J . THROUGH TRAINS TSast-bound arrives 7.lo p. in. Departs. 7:85 p. in. ' 77 "West-bound arrives 9:30 a. ru. Departs 9:45 a.m. FRISCO. . North-bound leaves. . 5:30 a. m. . South-bound arrives G:10 a. m. South-bound leavesfor Brady S:30 a. m. Train from Erady arrives . . . 6:30 p. in. South-bound arrives S:50 p. m. North-bound leaves 10:00 p. m. BR0WKW00D LODGE DIRECTORY. Notices -under this heading will be pefclished at $io per year. Orders car- rying these standing notices will not be .charged for notices of extra and called meetings. Others will be charged regu- ar advertising rates. w o. w. "Pecan Valley Camp No. 45 meets inIaccabec Hall the first and third Thursday nights in each month. Gko. Walters Conn. Com. A. E. Wilson Clerk. 11:.-- --.. " I umu uumuiY 111 juuictfi UJSinn3ate t? ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 7 May 1904

. .ffl BULLETIN. RROWtiWOOD TEXAS. SATURDAY MAY 7. 1904. NO. 173 1 - ! i X 1 1 Or Event r DAILY E. VOL. 4. iv WA ! a i i Z i ZZ Z 7-Z i zz r s i X Z J sssi!!J?!:t?;;"?:ssjs?t;??!?s;?S"5!55! !!:!!!!!!(!!:!!!!!:!!!::!!:?!:!!:!!!:!!!!:!;!!: .V : w X I I III I III I OSa. 3D1M. eat ea a.. ax r 1 m In the History of Dry Goods Selling in Brownwood is the reat May Sale at Sam Brlh's nePrice Store All previous prices are discounted and in many instances the prices have been cut half in two. We propose to make this the greatest sale ferownwood has ever seen regardless or 'what others may do -or say. We offer a better class of goods at less prices than others ask for goods that are shoddy cheap and out of date. Every article in our store will bear the closest inspection and in no instance will you find that we do notglve full measure heaped and running over for every cent you spend at our store. We don'c have any baits don't give you a big cut on one article and rod you on the next. Our reduct...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 7 May 1904

The Daily Bulletin. MAYES PRINTING CO Publishers. BROWWOOD TEXAS The weather man is beginning to be .-recognized again as a human be-ring; ..A German prince has married a cir- chs rider. She must have taken good . care of her salary. The Boston Herald convicts Gen. Kuropatkin of a split infinitive. All is lost general; even honor. - No one who has ever seen the Cpecb language in print will wonder that the Germans object to it. ... When things are dull King Leopold can always be depended upon to come -to the front in some unlovely way. - Not only should tlie automobiles .wear numbered tags but they should be -required to eat cachous lor their breath. "Marie Corelli has just been cele- brating her fortieth birthday. The rest of the alliteration is sufficiently familiar. According to the Boston Globe a major in the .Russian army gets only about 45D a year. Perhaps that is all he is worth. .Strange to say every one who has written about the high Siamese poten- tate seems to agree "that ...

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