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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 June 1931

You f -. are Invited to Attend the Formal Opening of QUALITY FOODS IN THEIR SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY ONLY HELLO PAUL We take this method to offer you sincere Congratulations for the part you have played in the build- ing of Claude, and the fact that you are now located in your own new brick building, where- you are better able than ever before to sei've those who want to buy Fresh Staple and Fancy Grocer- ies at rock bottom Prices. The Claude News Editor and Force FREE To the first 100 curtomers we will Give $1.00 worth of Groceries or more with each $4.00 cash Purchase or more. FLOUR Amaryllis Or Great West, 48 lb. Sack $1.21 COMPOUND Armour's White Cloud 8 lb. Pail 85c ♦ * BANANAS,PerDoz. 15c | PLUMS,PerDoz...... 8c j THE BROWN CRACKER COMPANY OF AMARILLO, TEXAS Wish to Congratulate Mr. Paul Hood upon hia moving into his own new brick building in Claude Texas. ORANGES, Med. Size, Per Dozen Gallon Fruit 21c Apricots G. G. Plums Peaches Pears Apples 44c ♦ : : : WE WISH TO CONGRATULATE ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 June 1931

& ■ I 11 ■ m. ■ 'ill j \ ; CO-OPERATION! Individual effort to make Claude a better place is good. It may accomplish much if properly directed. But if all the units of industry, business, religion, education, and society are harnessed together and «et to work for the good of the community, the total result will be a revelation of the power of co-operation. Claude is climbing up toward the ideal or sliding back into the rut according as it possesses or lacks com- munity co-operation. _ You m an individual have power to accomplish almost anything you set out to accomplish. What a man wills to do, that he can do. Just so, your town, as a town, can accomplish anything it sets out to accomplish. Organized efforts in Claude will bring about practically any condition we set out to develop. To increase our business and general welfare, it is necessary first to reduce the amount of trade going to outside sources. Legally, anyone can spend his money where he prefers, but nevertheless there...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 June 1931

BP : •' •"!- ' If r ICIAtS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY PI AI ID PRTDE OF ALVA rLUUK 48 ,b SACK MEAL, 5 pound Sack Pork & Beans, 2 cans -PICKLES, quart, Sour $1.05 17c 15c 25c n . I) I. PETER PAN Peanut Butter 40c KRAUT, No. 2 1*2 can 12c /"•FRS Sandwich Spread (.KM Mayonnaise Pt. Jar. 29c SALT 10 lb. Bag 19c PEACHES, Per Gallon 47c APRICOTS, Per Gallon 57c WE HAVE PLENTY OF DRIED FRUITS AT SPECIAL PRICES CHIPSO, large Package 24c Furniture Polish, 6 oz. bottle 19c See Our Windows for Other Specials g ALWAYS A FULL LINK OF FRESII FRUITS AND VEGETABLES WE PAY TIIE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE FOR EGGS / THE HESS CASH GROCERY f Phone - FREE DELIVERY - 162 \ HB= IMPORTANT—Will our Washburn News correspondent please call at the Newt, finite, Friday or Saturday cr be-soon as convenient. Impoii- ant. WASHBURN NEWS Mi's. B. W. Randal of Tonyridge entertained Hie Washburn Sunday Hcnool with a party followed by a wienne roast. At a late hour their guests de- parted assuring her, they had spent a most enj...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 June 1931

ram J w fa r id they all l Vi rt 1AM: • y D68C CVvP Motor Oils, Kerosene & Rfj Growot Don't forget our No-Nox Ethyl Gas and our Gulf Pride Oil, the best in the world. Prompt Service, Day or Night See Us For Your Harvest Requirements OFFICE PHONE 39 - RES. PHONE 154 Gulf Refining Company CHAS. COBB, Manager MILK REDUCED TO 10c A QT. jj We wish to thank our customers for their patronage inthe past. And an' nounce that after the first of the month we will sell whole Milk at 10c a quart. McCLURE'S DAIRY HUM 111 SMITH BROS. Prop. "Your'a For Service" UOK aSSSSOOSSSSSMSSSStSS SSOSSt3««S£WOS*SSWK««iX«X%%*WK%JKW6«*. PLAINS PHOTO STUDIO 135 Central Bldf., 615 fi Polk Street, Amanita Texaa FOR BEST PHOTO SPECIALS TWO SPECIAL SIZES Stamp Size, Six For 25 cents EXTRA SETTING FREE IF YOU BRING THIS AD WITH YOU! Large Size. Six For $1.00 ? FOR ONLY 75 CENTS IF YOU BRING THIS AD WITH YOU! p These Popular Mlniture Photces are Just Right for Memory Books, jjj Application;.. Passports. Identifica...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 July 1931

."i - i v-1 I Mtllicent Gordon. Albany, N. Y., won a ailvcr medal m a recent national penmanship contest First Woma nk Head ■Irs. Matilda B. Wilson is chair- man 4>f the board of a $12,000,000 Detroit bank. Bureau S. H. McGrory has been named Chief of the Federal Bureau of Engineering of the Department of Agriculture, which starts July L Soviet Honors,. HP' George C. McDowell, Manhat- lan, Kas., has been decorated by ths Soviet for his services to agrjqd. ture in Russia fince 1923. Ed Kreasy, New York artist, do* doing comic (trips of Aacrfcm boy life, leaned to dirt la aa otd swtoa mtm hole in OMa —' 81r Harry Poland of London ne w In his 6th year, attributes ills long life to the fact that he never marri- ed. Carl Moeller who saved two girls from drowning, has had to flee Switaerland to escape from women Wbo wanted to marry him. When R. Bamberger, a California ponee officer, got drank while on a mention hs was jalla*. (■r «a wtmdad vaoatlcn to |HM(t two months. They npantod by ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 July 1931

mmU wiiiiinixiiw SPECIALS! for Friday and Saturday PEACHES DEL MONTE No. 2 1-2 Can .19 HP i P luncheon PEAS 51T«nw"' 18c Pineapple ■ «« 77c Pumpkin ^7c CHERRIES "■ '™D 86c COCOA 15c MATCHES • 15c oa in p & g or christal SOAP 82c Il/\aipv uvalde extracted H0NLY 5PAprND 65c Potatoes 2c | sunkist 360 size Lemons ™EN 29c ft a 1/ . a kfllogg's Qn Kice Rnspies perpkg C L fine boiled or Squash 4C SUGAR ™ 56c bV. 1.39 ADDVCC delicious ArrLfco «£*« 4C FLOUR AMARYLLIS OR GREAT WEST 48-lb. BAG $1.10 TRY THIS NEW EASY | WAY TO BETTER f BAKING TODAY! * CBWWESTMIIL8 AMABILLO.l ip ..4dKSfc JK^OUJ* COMPOUND SWIFT'S JEWEL 8 Pound Pall 93c BANANAS PER DO/EN 15c FOLGER'S COFFEE THE ARISTROCRAT OF THE DINNING TABLE ONE POUND CAN 41c 9*9 SSSBS to le- ft town from the rautM of it to to tffliyy'- liHrttitfim tint mesne decay and death. • . The fovemor's veto has deprived the people jf any prceent opportun- ity to rescue themselves from the dominance of the state'* "Evli Bye". But the menace ean, and s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 July 1931

WjK- : used by thousands and they all ice it the best ever. Motor Oils, Kerosene & Don't forget our No-Nox Ethyl Gas and ;• : our Gulf Pride Oil, the best in the world. !: Prompt Service, Day or Night U« For Your Harvest Requirements Gulf Refining Company ;j CHAS. COBB, Manager COTVtWHT WW BvTHt AUTHOR 35' mmmm MILK REDUCED TO 10c A QT. We wish to thank our customers for their patronage in the past. And an- nounce that we are now selling milk at 10 cents a quart. McCLURE'S DAIRY SMITH BROS. Prop. "Your's For Service" Phone 111 SECOND INSTALMENT Rackruff Motors hire Rowtni to accom- pany Peter on a nation wide tow in their /oaditer a an advertining etutit. At the teat minute Little Bobbjr la engaced to act aa chaperon. They are waiting for Bobby tu .haw up to make the Mart. Peter himtelf ihowed up to good OFFICE PHONE 39-RES. PHONE 154 t «, « a. photographers snapped and the re- porters took notes. Firit Rowena lat at the wheel, then Peter, then the two together, each bravely try...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 July 1931

•feSB mm*. 1R}! rflPwK^i illMii $* ?'; .- .'i*, *, ;*V ■■■■■ ' '5-f", -«,V.i'.' !(*' Mr. Basl mm Mmi Theas per ess* af yow fro ss !acea lifted fee set uUe fer newi paper advertising eeary year. Try It la The News aod watch yaw business grow by leaps and >sands. NEWS = '"*• "■ -" ' ::iif >.r. vouno « CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1931. NDMm 41 300 CARS GRAIN SHIPPED OUT ARMSTRONG CO., TO DATE Washington's 4th Of July Address Given The only Fourth of July address ever made by George Washington was delivered at Lancaster. Pennsyl- vania, on Independence Day. 1761. This place, at that time, was the largest Inland town in the United States. Washington, In his diary, thus describes the incident: "Monday, July 4. 1791. This being the Anniversary of American Inde- pendence and being kindly requested to do it. I agreed to halt here this day and partake of the entertain- ment which was prepared for the celebration of it. In the forenoon I walked about the town—at halt ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 July 1931

mm >N IBm first depression was when Aden had to so to work. He should hm (Old the apple Instead of eat en it. Nowadays one sets plenty of walk- ing for one's health, from the near- est place that could be found to park the car. :0: To-morrow is July the 4th, the Day we all celebrate as Independ- ence Day In the United 8tates. It Is well that we should all celebrate this Glorious Day, because it is the day that The Declaration of Inde pendence was signed by our fathers. Think as you may and we have no objections, but this editor believes that America's two Greatest men were George Washington and Wil- liam Jennings Bryan. :0: Honestly don't you think the far- mer has a right to complain when he sold his wheat for THIRTY- FOUR CENTS a bushel and came back through Claude and paid 11.25 a bushel for similar wheat but ground into flower? Don't you think there Is something ROTTEN some- where down the line when such games of graft are meeting you daily in the face. :0: Wheat is not being...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 July 1931

&m?&m « sfe* Wad right we had a vary fine tall la thaw partt, the 1 like an Inch. At _ the rtln fall «u over Vk i, and near Ullt city the Ught- «m« (truck B. ML Matthewa, hla wife, and monthe old bafcy. ICn. «h faraiyized from her down and may die, while Mr. _ tthews and the baby came out with a lever shock only. Thli rain stopped combines froir tutting wheat in eveiy part of Arm- strong country for several hours, and many drivers csme to town In their trucka to look after buying •upplles. _______ Mrs. S. A. Rodgers and daughter. Mrs. Chester Carr. returned tr Claude Friday, after Mrs. Rodger.' had spent the past two weeks ai Miami with Mrs. Carr. Payne HolUngshead, employee oi Pamph Post Office, visited with his parents, iv r .and Mrs. J. H. HolUngs- head Wednesday, of this wek. UAJOi ITRT GKAVK WANT ADS I do finger waving in my home. Long hair 50c: children and short hair 25c. with drying. MRS. M. M. GUYN 46-1 ROYAL TYPEWRITER, in Al Condition to sell at ONLY |35. Phone 97...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 July 1931

* s J Fourth July Fire Destroys Home In Claude The shrill notes of the fire whistle rang out on the 4th of July air at Claude about 1:15 p. m. last Satur- day. Only a few minutes elapsed when the fire boys with truck and hose were on the ground, and after lay- ing their hose over three hundred feet, they began to pour water into the east end of the Ed Yelton resi- dence in East Claude This fire had practically clstroyed the east room and was fast eating its way into the three adjoining rooms, while the furniture and bedding had already '..een removed to the 'vest side of the house. Mrs. Yelton believes the fire start- ed from a burning oil stove In the East room which seems to hBve ex- ploded causing the fire. This comes as a sad blow on a poor fam- ily who are not able to stand the loss of their buldlng or a part of same. By patching up the adjourning rooms and building a new east room, these people will be able to remain In the same home. They had no in- surance and are not really...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 July 1931

• >.i'JU•' >• ■1 ■ a<& V1'" ' ljliiiilil>ii iiiiiiin«i'i / i-.' ■'1 A« PRESS E AMOCUTION A Military expert says that gas will decide future wars. Well gas has always started them. :0: Anotner good way to bring about world peace Is to cancll all future war debts now and forevei. :o: tine trouble with the country Is that many people are trying to ridr to prosperity on rubber tires.—The Pathfinder. :0: McKlnley and Roosevelt kept us out of an empty dinner pall; Wilson kept us out of war; Coolidge kept us out of hot water; and Hoover has Just eighteen more months to pull us out of poverty. :0: They told us that by adopting the Regional Banks it would be Impossi- ble to ever have another financial PANIC. That when The Money Gamblers begin to draw in our money and a Financial panic was in sight that The President would see that money got to the people and a Financial Panic would die. by the use of Government banks. But the Larger banking Interests, the MON- EY GAMBLERS sec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 July 1931

RSHMimSMMMMM BAPTIST CHURCH ■ *" - *-*- « -*-■ aiA^i wwwBf HI IWvWwT, Jnm1| ■EMi Mends thta bGnatTus. Ilia xnocern Merrick teacher ta the Onunmer aehool at Claude last term, was married Tuesday, July the 7th, to Rev. Ralph Grant. The Marriage was a home affair and united two happy souls for a lifetime. Mrs. Grant will teach the commlnf year hi Claude Hi-School so we have been informed. Rev. Ralph Grant Is a Spring Graduate of Blmmons University of Texas, and for some months has pastored the Church at Anson, Texas. Hearty congratulations and best wishes from Claude friends to Mr. and Mrs. Grant, and may their lives prove one continuous round of hap- piness, prosperity and contentment. May their troubles, If any ever tome, be far between. — :0: MR. AND MRS EWEN MOVED Mr. and Mrs. Ewen formerly of the Adorable Beauty Shop of Clar- endon wish to announce that they have purchased the Post Office Beauty Shop, located 3 doors north of the Post Office at 610 Taylor Street, Amarillo. They ve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 July 1931

IF i \ t ' ., '■ '■ :; v : Specials, JULY 11TH1931 Take advantage Of Them Pecan Rolls, per dozen 24c Cinnamon Rolls, per dozen Doughnuts per dozen Cookies, TWO DOZEN for 25c Good Pies, each z|jc Bread 1 1-2 pound loaf yc Bread on Sale at All Grocery Stores In Claude TRY A LOAF OF OUR MASTER SNOW FLAKE BREAD The Claude Bakery J. C. SCALES, Proprietor —Ml n is true that wtthout scientific trainlz* on* couM not oompete In ttw trades, art# ami professions. But am must Im hi* iMiooa all over amln In the «*iwii txDerltuce. This 1a certainly true with raped to primary education. The idea of aiming to fit tip fc 13 year-old boy to be a lurveyor; a lawyer or even a carpenter, tan hardly be the best endeavor lor a teacher. As a matter of tact, boys and girls choose their life's work In about the same way they choose their life's partner. Often the necessities of life demand that a boy or girl get into some kind of work as soon as the legal age has been attained. In other cases he or she "fall...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 July 1931

Pm "mSaJ$ — ' -4 : - • "V \l I If' Drive a Six and you'll buy a $ I % So mut'li more Hiiioothly does a si* perform—so mut'li more quietly, comfortably and flexibly—that, once you have experienced the pleasure of driving u six-cylinder car, you *ill never be tatibfied with less. Nor is it necessary to be satisfied with less. Six-cy Under performance is today within the reach of every new car buyer in America—for Chevrolet is one of the world's low- est-priced automobiles. Moreover, you can enjoy six-cylin- der performance in the Chevrolet Six without one penny extra for maintenance and operation. It costs no more for gas, oil and tires! And maintenance expense is actu- ally reduced by the freedom from destructive vibration. Drive a Chevrolet Six and discover these facts for yourself. Come in today! .VfU' Luu> frteeM—ChnroUt pateenlcr car pricMt rang* from to IrucJs cha«il rartgafram tS W* ■ 'W prices J w- it. Flint, Mich. Special equipment Mlra. lieered priemm and M*r C. *tf. -4- ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 July 1931

itthebestever. -pH Motor Oils, Kerosene A < > i _on't forget our No-Nox Ethyl Gas and our Gulf Pride Oil, the best in the world. Prompt Service, Day or Night See Ua For Your Harvest Requirements OFFICE PHONE 39 - RES. PHONE 154 Gulf Refining Company CHAS. COBB, Manager SBSJJJfJSKStJS8SSS3SS08SSSO8SSS8K'8KSSS8S8S(JSSSKJ8S8S8S8XJO63{StSJ8JtJO8S8StS8S8St*! j MILK REDUCED TO 10c A QT. j We wish to thank our customers for j j their patronage in the past. And an- ;; nounce that we are now selling milk !> at 10 cents a quart. McCLURE'S DAIRY Phone 111 SMITH BROS. Prop. "Your'* For Service" ;; < ► PLAINS PHOTO STUDIO 125 Central Bldf.. 615Vj Polk Street, Amarillo Texas FOR GOOD PHOTOS TWO SPECIAL SIZES Stamp Size, Six For 25 cents — 18 for 50 cents Large Size, Six For 75c FOLDERS AND COLORING EXTRA These Popular Minlture Photces are Just Right for Memory Books, Applications. Passports, Identifications, or Letterheads. Commercial Work — Copying — Enlarging, and Coloring Kodak Dev...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 July 1931

rift' iMfe ■ &2v Z\ Mr. TTmIbih Ttoaa ar ea«t of row from taMkw **M braat utfrfir iIwim* a*rarthinr-«Tery yaar. Try ft ud ymr baatmM will hertm by leap* tad VOLUME 42. m'M %% MAGAZINE SECTION r? >"■ -i; NEWS WANT AOS at «nly 2c a wari win aaO aaaatUiffw caab yaa hava a boat the placa ar bring yaa aoBathing yon need at a bargain. Try it in Tha Claude Nawa at only 2e par word. CLAUDE; ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1931. no. 44. I* I kin Of aal uly Blondie 1 /SHE. DOESNT i WANT HER FOLKS J TO KMOWASOUT IT - SHE'S AFRAO THEY WOULDN'T LET 'nU.R TAKE. THE CAR OUT Jr Anymore/ NOW, VAlLDEGARD. DOKl'T LET YOURSELF GET SO EXC1TE.D — - GETTING A TICKET FOR park\ng S NOTHING—THEY CAN'T ARREST VDO FOR THAT MY DEAR«Y0URE hysterical MOW PULL YOURSELF TOGETHER AND DON'T WORRY— X'LL come. DovJN AND i. Ft* \T ALU OP FOR YOU goodness, i'm glad to do it for You — xm Your FR\END,A\N'T X? MERES TWO DOLLARS TO) PAY HER FiNE.— THAT'S ALU THEY MAKE YOU PAY FOR THOSE. MINOR TRAFFIC ■' VlOL...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 July 1931

1HELBYVILLE wm om of the first East Texas settlement#, named in honor of General Isaac Shelby, of Kentucky, a friend and trusted lieutenant of General Andrew Jackson. The original name of Shelbyville, the original capital of Shelby county, was Knoxville. The name was changed to Shelbyville in 1840. Like other border counties, the local- H ity became a refuge of adventurers and ♦ lawless men. It should be said, how- ever, that the county was also the home of many splendid people—home build- ers—who had moved to the new country because it offered opportunities for home ownership. — The first trouble started in 1842. A 2* man by the name of Jackson, a former steamboat captain, who is said to have killed several men in Louisiana, came to Shelby county. This man, in co-op- eration with others, undertook to rid Shelby county of its lawless element by running the leaders out of the country. His methods were drastic, even to the point of hanging the leaders, once they had been notified to l...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 July 1931

mmMm m§w> COMMENT <*) ISTORY tells us that July used to have another name, the awful name of Quintillus. 8. We are very glad the name was changed, for with tiie weather as hot as it is we couldn't handle a name like that. If we had to celebrate the independence of our country on the Fourth of Quintillus we wouldn't get very far, and wouldn't care very much if the blarsted British came and took it back. Rather than have a disturbance and sweat down our col- lars, we'd even apologize for throw- ing their tea into the sea at Bos- ton. The month originally had thirty- six days, but Romulus and Numa whit- tled it down to thirty, for which good deed they have our sincere thanks. Julius, however, got mad because his month had fewer days than some of the others and added one to it making it as long as the longest. I am not sure that this act caused Cassius and Brutus to kill him but I am sure that the act was worthy of death. Any person who forces more of July on a suffering people sh...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 July 1931

: W1 p., •m sob / - I 1 PIPE LINE TO COAST DOCKS The San Pipe Line Company is now luring a pipe line from the East Texas oil fields to the docks of the Yount-Lee Oil Sun Oil docl bine. Work completed. below Beaumont, and the at Smith's Bluff and Sa- on the line will soon be Texas independence. It is proposed to hold the centennial exposition in 1936. railroad line completed The Santa Fe Railway line from Morse 'to Spearman and the Rock Island line | from Dalhart to Morse have been com- jpleted, and trains are now being oper- ated over same. The completion of the flines was appropriately celebrated at [Morse, citizens of all sections of the 'South Plains joining in the celebration. law AGAINST CRUELTY TO ANIMALS The Texas Legislature at its reccnt isession enacted a bill making it unlaw- :ful to permit cruelty to animals in ro- deos and roping contests. The statute tallows the use of livestock in rodeos and iroping contests, but imposes a fine of from $1 to $100 upon persons found cr...

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