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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 19 May 1910

MM riHc i.mni>iiii una ii I J T^ @ <§) ;«><§> ® ® («<§>&' ® @1 («' ..!:f M - I (l w'W . • 1 / ' . A Good Clubbing Offer During the months of May June and July we offer the Weekly Herald and the Dallas 5emi=Weekly Farm News for eight months for ■?r®. Sm This offer will be withdrawn after Aug. 1st. It applies to either new or old subscribers and you can't afford to turn it down. u Weekly Herald Mexia, Texas i

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 19 May 1910

IMMB alMlirlMk mk m # * [s f. troable prays upon the wind, ' leMeniammtion; beauty, vigor and cheerful- ness foon disappear when the kidneys are out of order or dis- eased. Kidney trouble has become so prevalent that it is not uncom- mon for a child to be born afflicted with weak kidneys. If the itestoo often, if the urine scalds the flesh, or if, when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the •—i, it ig yet afflicted with bed-wet- pendupon it, the cause of thediffi- is kidney trouble, and the first step'should be towards the treatment of tlMte important organs. This unpleasant troable is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose. Women ss well as men are made miser- able with kidney and bladder trouble, and both need the same great remedy. The mild and the immediate effect of Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold by druggists, in fifty- cent and one-dollar size bottles. You may have a' sample bottle by ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 2 June 1910

See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORMADO Insuraiwe, Hexia, i exas. The Mexia Weekly Herald. Seventh Year . ii Court House Notes Groesbeck Journal. District Court Jurors. Following is the list of names drawn for Jury service in the dis- trict court, which convenes on the 3rd Monday in June. In this connection, attention is called to the order of the court entered at the last term which provides that all jurors having excuses ur ex- emptions shall file same with tlie clex-k on or before the day on which they are summoned to ap- pear, which shall be verjfied by affidavit, or if a doctor's certifi- cate is filed, same must be sworn to by the doctor. GRAND JURY. HI W. Drinkard G. W. Folley VV. H. Stroud S. E. McLellan W. M. Wade VV. B. Jackson A. H. Seawright, 1J. 13. New Ernest J. Moore W. D. Walker. Young Jones L. A. Johnson. W. O. Miller John W. Young O. C. Barnett W. B. Alexander PETIT JURY—SECOND WEEK. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1910. To Henry Thurston and wife, Delia; ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 2 June 1910

BHH* ■RHHral IE HERALD PubllahMl Kvary Thursday. M. P. Houx, Cdltor and Praprlatar. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Om Year W-00* Six Months >8® Throe Montha 25. ■otered as second-class matter March S, 1908. at the poatolflce at Mexia, 4«p. under the act of Congress of March S, 1879. \ ADVERTISING RATES 1 Issue 2 Is. 4 Is. 1 jr. I Pace 812.00 822.00 *10.00 8600.00 % " 7.50 13.00 24.00 30.0(1 $4 " 4.50 7.50 14.00 175.0C Less Thsn Ons usQrter Page. 1 Issue—per Inch 20 cents. % issues—per Inch 35 cents. 4 issues—per inch 50 cents. 1 Tear each issue—per inch 10 cts, 'n • : ■ v ■ % c/.:;," ■ .. . . . or two years ago, a straw vote ivhs taken which gave Poindexter 36, Colquitt 12, Davidson 13, and Johnson 4. And the blacksmith just recently declared for David- son. An Australian miner is on his way to England to take over a legacy of $10,000,000 which he proposes to get rid of in ten months and return to the mines as a laborer. "We should like for this gentleman to stop in Hous- ton for several we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 June 1910

• •••■* iWj K~.m RSP kr^ml -:W:' 1.«# ELfeV- >',#■&• -v-'K.-^,. w': ? ' ?■<;■*•. ■• ■ > .■/ >. • r • £^':;/'-;V™,r r-Xlfe* ■■' "' v" ' ' S-Mfr'H rd Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insure*^, flexia, lexa&. — MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1910. 11.00 Per Tew Court House Notes §3ro®abeck journal. Hew Suite Filed. The McCall Co. vs. R. L. Reed, puit on contract. Sam Bennett vs. Wyatt San- ders, appeal from Mexia. F. P. Peyton vs. James Fifit, appeal from Mexia. Aug. A. Busch & *^o., vs. Dave Johnson, appeal from Mexia. R, 1st P. A. rvicel inis A COMPLIMENTARY LINE* And each coining day be a glad SHOWER. j tomorrow. .May the lives you live be no Last Thursday afternoon Miss- j blest, es Mattie and May Sessions en- j That from happiness you'll have tertained with a most enjoyable no rest, ■ Pleas of Guilty. Foster D. Page, disturbing peace, fined $1.00. Bill Adkins, killing a dog; fin- ed $1.00. Bennie Regin, agg. assault, lined $25.00. Wayman Banks, assault; fi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 June 1910

y •« : Sale Begins 9 a. m, In order.that those living at a Distance may have equal advantages of the opportunities of this great Sale, all prices will go into effect at 9 a. m. Friday. Semi NER Stoc Out of Town Folks Living in Corsieana, Richland, Wortham, ===:== beck, Kosse, Thornton. Hubbard City, Coolidge, Teague, Varela, Jewett—we will refund car fare if your amount to $20.00 or over. Reducing The Greatest Price Cutting Sale in the History of Me.via Starts Friday June 10, at 9 a.rh. Our Semiannual Sales. have always proven the greatest sales events held in this part of the county. Twice each year the shelves are swept clean of all surplus stock. The backward season this year makes it imperative to move quickly and effectually as much goods as possible, as we must reduce our Stock to a minimum at once. This Sale represents Stupendous savings on all kinds of Merchandise. The most re- markable offerings will be made during this great sale. Our purpose is to make a clean and complet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 June 1910

I A [r S • ~*=|2 o 3* S > ? S I cT • g*l a % i > TT 5—r CO CP carrieJ-'sales v. areheavier too—in'l ^' .^aUt i Skirts i ce. j :'. " 29C " 50cT- " ^ " 39c " 65c and 75c quality at 49c LINEN SHEETING-two and and one half jards wide—the bisrtfest value you ever saw $1.00 grade at LINEN SHEETING-two and one half yards wide—$1.25 grade at LINEN SHEETING-two and one half yards wide—the 140 grade at LINEN LAWN—suitable for suits or waist, the 75c and 85c grades will sell at | INDIA LINEN- we will sell our regular 20c quality at 12 l-2c—our 15c quality 10c FLAXON—the most popular cloth of the sea son —both plain and fancy weaves |Qm —the 25c grade at |uU FLAXON—all our regular 30c fancy weave Flaxons will sell at CROSS-Barred Dimity-a pretty quality — regular 20c grade, for 65C 75C 98c waist, 49c 23c \2k it Imported Cross-Barred Sheer Fabrics Regular 50c quality for 35c 40c " " 29c 85c " " 59c Persian Lawn Specials. Regular 15c quality 18c 20c " 25c 4 i i i for lie " 12 l-2c 15c 19c l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 June 1910

w \ . * ■ W. v and soon disappear j the kidney* arc out of order or dis- eased. Kidney trouble has become so prevalent that it is not nncom* mon for a child to be born afflicted with weak kidneys. If the ^ites too often, if the urine scalds i, or if, when the child reaches an rhen it should be able to control the r, it is yet afflicted with bed-wet- lependupon it, thecause of thediffi- is kidney trouble, and the first 'should be towards the treatment of these important organs. This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of (be kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose. Women as well as men are made miser- able with kidney and bladder trouble, and both need the same great remedy. The mild and the immediate effect of Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold by druggists, in fifty- cent ana one-dollar size bottles. You may have a sample bottle by mail free, also a pamphlet telling all about Swamp-Root, Hom. ais«un^-Raoi. including many of the thousands of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 16 June 1910

v-( f, mam See J/ Sandford Smith far FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurant*?, fle*ia, Jexas. The Mexia Weekly Herald. XUventh Year MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1910. f ■ y r. r«5v-:> . - m j L ■*1 " sided over a Texas Legislature." And the Hou^ endorsed his acts by a unanimous vote. 21st.—As Speaker of the House he gave places at his disposal to orphan boys and girls in so far as it was practical to do so. A majority of his appointees were orphaned girls and hoys who CALL FOR MEETING OF DEMOCKATIC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF LIME- STONE COUNTY. A. M. KENNEDY. sided over a Texas Legislature." CALL FOR MEETING OF ANNOUNCEMENT DINNER. ^Candidate for Flotorial Repre- sentative, 69th District Place No. 1. The record shows: *• 1st.—That A. M. Kennedy has kept every promise made and served the best interests of the people. 2nd.—He lias supported only such measures as had for tileir purpose the betterment of the people. 3rd.—He opposed many radical bills. Included in these was the proposed law ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 16 June 1910

Every Thursday . Houx, EtNtor and Proprietor. — HON RATES. T««r, 91-90. Months 50 Month*. 25■ 'A- I' iY, stored M Mcond-clau matter March ■ 1908, at the poatofflce at Mexia, 3LTm under the act of Congress of March S. 1179. ADVERTISING RATES 1 Issue 2 is. 4 M. 1 yr. t Page $12.00 >22.0# 4k.00 $500.00 u <• 7.B0 13.00 24.00 30.00 % " 4.50 7.50 14.00 175.00 Lest Than One uaQrter Page. 1 Issue—per Inch 20 cents. I issues—per inch 35 cents. 4 Issues—per Inch 50 cents. 1 Tear each Issue—per inch 10 cts. BOAD ELECTION ORDERED. in another column will be found the order of the commis- sioners court for an election on the good roads question to take place July, ltith in Road District No. 2 of Limestone count}'. Let every voter consider this question carefully and estimate the advantages of having good roads anil the proposition will j . who indorse his as an old s(juaw.—Cuero Star. Yes, but he has winning ways, and that counts in the long run. A steel warehouse belonging to the Gwynnbroo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 June 1910

. |11M -•JOTS? «s See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurant:. rie*ia, fexas. MB* 'lio pp S= Mexia Weekly Herald. Eleventh Year MEXIA, TEXAS, Till'1,'SDAV, JUNE 2M; 1.010. 91.00 Per Year Court House (No.es •t Qroesheck Journal. Commissioners Court. The Coniniiwrioners • court met in regular monthly session Mou- lt ' MHiiiiilfeMilN language, mistrial. .Statu vs Alex Lucky, theft, fine (tO and one day in jail. Marriage License. FOUGHT OVER day with all members present;, am disponed of the following busi- ness. The lilfcrk was ordered to draw wurr&nts iu favor of l'ost 1 ipe Co. against Court House special fund for amount shown to be due by bill rendered tor sewer pipe, also to draw warrant against;!] same fund upon presentation of time checks approved by b. Risen for labor in laying pipe and for painting court house fence. R. L. Jayne, having paid $213,- 67 i>eing amount of tax due state, (•auntv and Groesbeck Independ- POLITICS. should be taken out. The way | to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 June 1910

• - ' . , I * | *' , msaesmm lLD ■vary Thursday. , P. Houx, Mltor and Proprietor. a— fi SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Taar. ■tz Month*, .. Thraa Months, ••••••••••• >• • • • • • .60 26. ■atared m aecond-claaa matter March % IMS. at the poatotBee at Mexia, 3L« under the act at Congreu of March S, 1S7 . ADVERTISING RATES 1 issue 2 Is. 4 la. 1 yr. 1 page 912.OO >22.00 *V>.00 1600.00 % •• 7.60 13.00 24.00 30.00 14 « 4.60 7.50 14.00 176.00 Less Than One uaQrter Page. 1 Issufr-per Inch 20 cents, j Usues—per inch 35 cents. 4 issues—per Inch 50 cents. 1 Tear each Issue—per Inch 10 cts. BOYS AND MEN—FRIENDS. In the hurry and bustle of life things often happen to recall by- gone days, when we "spent life s golden hours, running wild anions the flowers," etc., and the follow- ing invitation, received a few days ago, addressed to "Mr. Niels Houx, Mexia, Texas," carries the writer back some thirty five years to happy boyhood days: "Mr. and Mrs. Wallace O'- Leary request the honor of your presence...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 June 1910

r I II ■ ■ ■ n I V L I >11 XBf. HICKMAN. St. Louis, June 17th, 1910. Mj Pear League Ladies:— How I wish that I might im- part to every one of you aorae of the wonderful enthusiasm of this great body of seven thousand wo- men, who compose the First An- nual Convention of the American Women's League. I wish that every one of you could see all these beautiful League Buildings, with their terraced lawns and fountains with flowers blooming every where, and realize that the League is no longer a dream, no longer in its infancy, but that it is establshied on a firm founda- tion,. with all its immense work- ings laid out clearly before ones eyes.. I also wish you all might have heard the retiring addresses to the convention of Mayor Kreis- man of St. Louix, Gov. Iladley and Ex-Governor Polk, giving their high personal tribute to Mr. Lewis and their unqualified endorsement of the League Plan. Then if there had been the slightest, fear in your minds that it had not been competently in- ves...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 June 1910

* (%/ ,*/v*/ <i)(#)(#)(*)(Jk)(ft, *.. v#)(V}(# | .."i-.vv ."J'K.: ^..v/uj:.. V!T3«S ! . \ A Good / Clubbing Offer During the months of May June and July we offer the Weekly Herald and the Dallas Semi-Weekly ■ > \4 •• «-t ; . ' • t . .. • •• ' v■ * i Farm News for eight months for . t ■ ■',* «; ' ; • t. „ T ;g t i tat ?> 1 1 ' V. This offer will be withdrawn after Aug. 1st. It applies to either new or old subscribers and you / < • j ■ •; < can't afford to turn it down. rfv-rr'"? ■" ' ... Mexia, Texas r<W, ii y .4; ,o«iw * .cat) 1 «"• v*.•« m*w/ I ^ ^ w Iv \ ^ % /Sr fSPi'.'® (W(sy<#) 1 . v. y V > - V V > V V > ^ v>> . W;%**!* row**' • pmpmtr-*'** ms jlMpL V;-' \ "A- -A. .

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 June 1910

I H i ur Semi-Annual Stock Reducing Sale Presents the most wonderful money saving opportunity in the history of merchandising. Never before have such reductions been made on seasonable goods so early in the season. It is now in its third week and will continue until all surplus stocks are gone. If you haven't yet attended this Great Sale do so at once—it means money saved for you. / ■hi Our Double Page A.d Tells the Story—All Surplus Summer Goods Must Go Big Reductions On all Ladies Ready Made Garments, Muslin Underwear, Laces and and Em- broideries, Silks, Lawns. Linen, Wash Goods, Hosiery and Big Lot of Ladies Slippers and many other lines to numerous to mention. Big Reductions "n Me"'s; *ou"i.MenYnd Boys' ** — Clothing, Men s Soft Shirts, All Straw and Felt Hats, Men's Odd Pants, Suspenders, Garters, Handkerchiefs, etc. Also all boys Low Quarters included in this Sale. Come and SAVE KARNER & PHILLIPS, "The Leaders for 26 Years' Come and SAVE J Money to Loan ON IMPROVED FARMS ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 June 1910

m X The aim of the department of horticulture at the A. & M. Col- lege of Texas is twofold: First, to develop scientific horticultur ists; second, to turn out practi- HUIU I1CU11U . _ mi* _ properties. Swamp- i cttil fruit ftud truck growers. llus • Kool tulliHs almost ; staten)ent (^oes not mean that conuni; rlu'ii'iviti:-ni, I thez*e two districts couises, but , pf.in in the bark, l-itl- | ti,at whell a student f inishes the ■titi tiprc 1ivf r nlndficr 1 ..JHBI water aad scalding pain in passing it, | of horticulture. qf bad effects following use Qflitinor.wina ! 8tudv covers pretty fullv the dif- or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant ; >■ 1 necessity .of being compelled to go often tereilt lines 01 llorticulluie, 11 through the day, and to get up many omln..u.L>s the following subjects: times during the niglit.^H__|M^_ _ m h You Miserable. •one knows of Pr. Kilmer's he great kidney, liver and bladder remedy, be- cause of its remark- able health restoring nevs, liver, b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 30 June 1910

"W ■ :i . •- 'H . ^ * See J, Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insura^e, fte*ia, Texas 14 * wm. ith Tear MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1910. H <u \ j? V Court House Notes groesbeck Journal. , District Court. The Jane term of the District court was convened by Judge H. B. Daviss Monday Morning at 10 o'clock. The grand jury for tite term was empanelled at 2 p. m. as follows: A. H. Seawriglit foreman; E. W. Drinkard j G. W. Polley, S. E. McClellan, W. B. Jackson, D. E. New, Ernest J. Moore, B. W. Walker, Young Jones, G. C. Barnett, J. Solon Bunn and J. A. Cain. The following Bailiffs were se- lected by the grand jury and ap- pointed by the court. R. L. Grimes, Door Bailiff, J. V. Boyd, W. A. Rivers, W. A. McKenzie and Jim Hit.t, Riding Bailiffs. The civil docket was called for the purpose of setting 1he docket and entering such orders as may be asked for, but aside from con- tinuing the majority of the cases by consent of the parties and setting over for trial such cases ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 30 June 1910

mmmsm h- ■vary Ttom*iy< M. P. Woux, ««t*r and Proprietor v , ' subfcription rate*. Om TWi $1.00. Three Monthly i" . ;—— ~ ■aland m second-class matter March «, UOS, at the postoftlce at Mesla, Vwaa, under the aet et Congress el Han* S. liT*. advertising rate* 1 lMue t to. 4 la. 17T- I pan $12.00 W.OO , IV/JO 1600.00 at " t«0 -14.00" Ai00 10.00 «t •• ' 4.56 7.50 14.00 175.00 L#m Than On« uaQrtar fige. t;. ■ p i ' *t Issue—per Inch 20 cents. I issues—per Inch 35 cents. 4 Issue*—per Inch 50 cents.' 1 Tear each Issue—per Inch 10 cts. PRINTERS. I have a 24-inch paper cutter for sale at a bargain. Been brok- en but repaired and is now as strong as ever, but I have put in a new and larger one and do not need it. If you want a good cut- ter at a bargain write me. N. P. Houx, Mexia, Tex. Count Xi ppelin carried twenty passengers in his airship a dis- tance of 300 miles in nine hours. A report comes from St. Louis that the Ellen N. has bought the Cotton Belt. Ellen suits us all right. ofen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 30 June 1910

IP Wr li I i I ISl Reduced Flaxon—12 pieces FlaxoO—in white^ bqjth rtjapv, weave and self figui*ed<IQu, effects,. 25c quality a yd lUts Wash Lawns—20 pieces 6f tje^' ular 12 l-2c Wash Lawn Ql^ will sell at, a yard 02 V: White Lawn—-full 4Q ; inches wide — regular 20cjfll- ' quality, a yard iL^Sf White Lawn—This is is the reg- . ular 12 l-2c quality and jft^ a splendid value, at a yd IU^ Dress Linen—full 2 1-2 yards wide, guaranteed every thread pure linen—this is 'an 7Qy- 'exceptional value, a yd I The biggest -reductions of,the season how prevail on Ready-to-Wear. If you v heed a new C'ofljt $uit, Silk Dress or Lingerie Dress, this is the time to' get it and ;■ i ' : -s ' save big mpney^onthe purchase. Note the prices below—then you will realize just ^at thissavirtg opportunity means. , * y $25.00 Silk Dresses now $12.50 $4.00 Coat Sujts now..'1....$,1.98 • v 22.50 Silk t>resse^ now 11.25 tX%„* '• •••' • /♦. ' ! r, 20. Q0 Silk Dresses now 10.00 * 18.50 Silk , presses now 9.25...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 30 June 1910

i & I • it? reat Jul d*.tad^v/r: \ 'i:-. IlillBi J • * ; 4 ■ ' / ,• • . ^ . .*.fi,. <$&<"-' ; ■ •' ..h y % • /i of Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing, Millinery and Ready-to-Wear Goods ' Opens Wednesday July6 and Closes Saturday July 16 w %• * ill Wednesday July 6 1910 will open Cheeves, Bros & Company's great July Clearance Sale of DryGoods Shoes, Clothing, Millinery and Women's Ready=to Wear Goods, the greatest value giving Sale ever conducted by this stofe in all the history of its fifteen years of successful business. j , ' # Conditions warrant positive and absolute Clearance, the greatest lowering 'of prices imaginable, and no stone will be left unturned to make this the most alhround satisfactory Sale ever, inaugurated in Mexia, Texas. « We want every reader of this circular to understand that this sale Is advertised and conducted ; en* tirely by ourselves and not by a FOREIGN SALE CONCERN, and that you can absolutely depend on every statement made herein. Our busine...

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