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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 1 February 1906

K A Buckwheat to Remove Grease Spots. Tho following recipe for removing grcaso spots will never fall and will not injure the most delicate fabric and will remove from a carpet a pint of oil without leaving a traco behind: Rub as much dry buckwheat flour up on tho oil or grease as it will take, surrounding and covering it entirely; let it remain a few days, Uien brush off. A second application is seldom needed. Boston Post. Not "Just as Good" It's the Best. Ono box of Hunt's Cure is unfail ingly, unqualifiedly and absolutely guaranteed to cure any form of Skin Disease. It is particularly active in promptly relieving and permanently curing all forms of Itching known. Eczema, Tetter, Ringworm and all similar troubles aro relieved by one application, cured by one box. There are some women so polite according to rules that the wouldn't go over and tell a neighbor her house was on fire, if tho neighbor owed them a call. Death In Sight of Wealth. Just arter he had discovered tho richest ve...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 1 February 1906

V i THE IjieTEF?, PUBLISHED EVERY WEEK IN THE INTER' EBT OF 3"? NEGRO BY CIMETER PUB. CO ENTERED AT THE POST OFFICE AT MUS K09EE, I. T., AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MAT TER W. H. TWINE .... Editor. R, WOOD, .... Ass't Editor. J. T. TRIMBLE . Gcn'l Solicitor E D. NICKFNS, Advertising Manager. Muskogee gets the Midland Valley shops. This increases the bucket brigade and means prosperity for our city, And Carrie Nation is here. Wonder it' Bud Ledbcttrr took to the woods. These two fam ous characters will make the town awful dry. 'Carroll and Seals, the two ma sonic frauds are in jail at Wag oner, are Others who will get there, especially the man, King. Archie Jones has been writ ing checks on hanks where he had no deposit. All vacant is a Napoleon of finance. When an ai tide appears in this paper unsigned it must be charged to the editor and no one else; Tho other fellow must sign their articles thus releive the re sponsibility. Harmony is the great boon tho Rep. and Dein. are search ing for ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 1 February 1906

SZulZT- tl V' AJtCIEIT CHAINS IJSf SALEM Not long ago I enjoyed the privilege of admittance to some homes of Sa lem containing rare pieces of historic furniture, each replete with history dear to the heart of tho lover ot tra dition, writes Grace B. Faxon In the Pilgrim. Perhaps the finest collection of an tiques In America Is gathered under tho roof-treb of Charles 'F. Waters, who lives In Washington square, and nmong them all stands forth a chair, which, because of real beauty, com mands admiration. It is elaborately and handsomely carved, and to it be longs, possibly, tho oddest history of any piece of furnituro in Salem. It seems that ono John Cogswell came over here from tho mother country In 1G35, crossing -the ocean in the good ship Angel Gabriel, which was tho same craft that brought Sir Walter Raleigh to Guiana, South America, In 1G18, on his second and last voyage. John Cogswell embarked with his wife, eight children and household goods among tho last this chair for settle...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 1 February 1906

Muskogee Cimeter. XV. II. TWINE, Editor. MUSKOGEE, IND. TER. Thursday, February r, 1906. Russia is a largo empire, so thoro are still other places for troublo to break out. "What shall wo eat?" asks tho Philadelphia Inquirer. What! Has tho scrapplo given out? Oeorgo Herring of London, has giv en half a million dollars to the Salva tion Army. Odd fish, Herring. Now Jersey wants $350,000 to fight mosquitoes with. One way to get It is to incorporate a few more trusts. Mrs. Collis P. Huntington paid $10, 000 for her copy of "Fads and Fan cies." Courting, or averting, publicity? Mr. Corey's Miss Gil man is a "lyric artist," not a chorus girl. And she also spells her name "Mabolle." So there! Tho pot may cnll the kettle black, but if she is a female pot she will arguo that black is becoming to her, anyhow. Tho old idea was that a man's house is his castle. Many a man's house never gets beyond being a cas tle In Spain. Heroes are quickly forgotten. In or der to get his name in tho papers a...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 1 February 1906

hJi 4i V t NEW COMMISSIOERS ARE APPOINTED W R, Hoyt of Henryctta Succeeds H A, Leekley of Muskogee CHANGES TO BE MADE FEB'Y, 1 Butterworth Succeeds Jenniugs at. Sapulpa Swain, Marshall, Scof ield and Frazier Stay Muskogee, I. T. Judge Lawrence mado an order of court Friday af ternoon appointing U. S. commision ers and constables throughout the district as follows, each to qualify and begin his work" February 1, 1900, the present incumbent to act until that time. William R. Hoyt, of Henryctta, U. S. commissioner, 2nd commis sioner's district, office at Muskogee. Orlando Swain, of Okmulgee, U. S. commissioner, Gth commission er's district, ofilco at Okmulgee. C. W. Butterworth, of Tulsa, U. S. commissioner, 5th commissioner's district, ofllco at Sapulpa. H. L. Marshall, of Eufaula, U. S. commissioner, 4th commissioner's district, ofilco at Eufaula. J. G. Schofleld, of Checotah, U. S. commissioner, 3rd commissioner's district, ofllve at Checotah. Don It. Frazier, of Wewoka, U. S. commi...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 1 February 1906

I Life Lessons Learning lessons every day So the story's told, Bomo arc youthful lads find gny Homo aio scholars old, Though tho locks o' them bo gray, J. earn I iik lessons every day! Learning lessons Bad and sweet So the Htoty'H told; Winnowing tho chaff from wheat (Jathoilng the gold. "Lessons long, of calm and stilfc Lessons ended but with llfol Atlanta CouHtltullon. i I w jrDG ZV&T2S' (Copyright, 1905, by Dally Story Pub. Co, They bestowed tho tltlo out of cour tesy. For llvo years sho had really been tho underpaid drudge for old Ca leb Hartung, tho grizzled senior mem ber of tho law firm. If sho hadn't been akin to angels she would never havo put up with him half tho time. Sho put his erratic bawlings ho called It dictationInto grammatical Bhapo, entertained or dismissed call ers, looked up decisions and kept run of his cases and papers. For this as sumption of responsibility sho was called upon to tako with It tho blame for every letter and paper tho old man hlmsolf mispl...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 1 February 1906

V. Eh NOTICE All taxes should be paid be fore Feb. 10th, 1906 or a 25 per cent penalty will be added-. Our people should go at once to the city hall and call for Mr. Hart, the tax collector, and settle thereby saving trouble and cost. Don't delay. Go now or you will be sorry. DR. JESSIE C. DICKERSON, Special attention to diseases of women and children. Suite 17, Jones Building OFFICIO HOURS J) to 10 a. in. PHONE 7-17 2 to 4 p. m. 7 to 9 p. in. TIME TABLE Missouri, Oklahoma & Gulf Railway. ' On the schedule tiain' No. north hound will leave Musko gee a 1 8: a. in. and arrive at AVagoner 8:50 a. in. Train No. 0 north bound will leave Muskogee at (5:00 p. m. arrive at Wagoner (:o0 p. m. Train No. 1 will arrhc from Wagoner at 9:4) a. in. Train No. 5 will arrive from Wagoner at 7:o0p. in. Train No, ; south bound leaves Muskogee at !):() a. m. arrives at Dustin 12.-J0 p. in. Train No. 4 leaves Dustin 2:30 p. in., arrives Muskogee 5:20 p. in. O. M. SEW ELI,, Cu'iieral Superintendent I ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 1 February 1906

?&g m mi ':' f m & Vi? t J Muskogee Cimeter. W. II. TWINK, lMltor. MUSKOGEE, IND. TER. ' INDIAN TKllltlTOHY NKWS. The (loath rntc at Ardmorc in 1905 was less than nine and one half persons to the 1,000 population. A registered letter has Just been returned to Muskogee that was sent to Kellyville nearly three years ago. Goronhno is seeking intercedence with the president to be allowed to go to Arizona io spend his remain ing days. A new lodge of Odd Fellows has been organized at Mannford. It was Instituted by members of the Sapul pa organization. Thousands of buzzards have made a roost about two miles north of Ta liama. They scour the country for 200 miles around. P. L. Pylc of Muskogee denies that he has sold his interests in the First National bank of Fort Gibson, as has boon reported. Republican headquarters for In dian Territory have been opened by A. O. Archer in the Old Homestead building at Muskogee. The Mary D on her last up-river trip from Fort Smith to Muskogee rece...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 1 February 1906

jj : A Im . FACIAL PARALYSIS Nervous Distortion of Face Cured by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. What appears to bo a slight nervous attack may bo tho forerunner of a sovero disorder. No nervous sufferer should neglect tho warning symptoms, but should seo that tho starved nerves are nourished beforo tho injury to tho deli cato organism has gone to an extent that rondorancuro a difficult matter. Tho nerves receive thcirnourMimcnt through tho blood, tho saino as every other part of tho body, and tho bestnervo tonic and food is Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. Tho exporienco of Mr. Harry Bomis, of Truthvillo, Washington county, N. Y., substantiates this. " I had been feeling badly for a long time," said Mr. Bomis, "and in tho early part of Septombor, 1902, Iwnscom- fjollcd to quit work on account of my ill lealth. My troublo was at first ex tremo norvousuess, then my sight bo camo affected and I consulted an oculist who said 1 was suffering from paralysis. Ho treated mo for somo timo, but I got no ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 1 February 1906

4 LESTER PIANOS k " w s Ju5t arrived at tlie BOLLDCGER 3LUSIC HOUSE, it will will pay you to see them before buyiiijr. We have a fine variety of other makes. Terms to suit the customer. Remember the place: BOLINGER MUSIC HOUSE, 4 7 Z j':l,il !!-- Im tmafJ IfJit IE,, m J. S. BROWNLOW, MANAGER. 507 W. Broadivay BOYNJON JUontinued from page one. for himself a new house, you know what will happen next. jglfc', L. Burr is still repairing SHk;and says he has all the In can do. The colored school is progiess-1 ing nicely with an enrollment! of eighty students. Mis. Sarah t E. Temple has all that she can ' do to keep the children in line, j She needs an assistant teacher. ! Mr Robert Malvern has mov j ed to town and his children are- getting the advantage of city school. Mr Toliver has moved his house back several feet to make improvements on his lot. Look out Temple will write you up before you know it, he will write you up in the klsino SUN FIKK INSURANCE 01' he will write you in the nort...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 8 February 1906

The Muskogee Cimeter. Vol 7 jmuskocfGG, I.T., Thursday, Fobpueipy 8, 1906. jVo 21 K BOYNTON Thai Boynton is a good busi ness point is evidenced 'by the way colored men are spreading themselves. Thomas Aarrison. ji native has purchased the building occupied by a white linn, The Boynton Hardware Co , about the center of the business part of Seamou St. Jn the same block, Bob Manuel, another native lias bought an interest in another hardware house, white, one block nortl same street, Chas. Ezell, R. R. L. Mitchell and George McCuen have come in possession of a businass lot each. It was the intention of the white's to keep Negroes ofT Sea i non. and confine their business to Kenefick Ave. Alex ftogers has leased the liv ery barn of J. W. Cherry. Dv. A. (J. Brisco. of Musko gee. 1ms engaged quarters with our Dr. Alston, lo spend a day weekly in our town doing den ial work. Dr. Biisco is a Wal den Uniwrsity man, having graduated from the dental de partmeut. The personal estate f the late ,...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 8 February 1906

Sympathetic. , Among our clrclo of friends thoro was a vory warm supportor of tho S. P. C. A., who, though earnest and sincere, sometimes bored by overzoal. Wo flet trnps to load her Into nn ad mission of tho evil in nuimnl naturo, but sho always managed to mako out a good caso for her dumb friends. Ono day wo felt that wo at least had a caso in which she could have no pos slblo sympathy for tho nnlmal. It was a dreadful story, published in a nowspaper of a baby who had boon lit erally eaten alivo by a largo and forocious cat. Wo gavo her tho clip ping and watched with satisfaction tho tears gather in her eyes as eho read. "Wo'ro got her now I" wo murmured triumphantly. Finally sho looked up, and wo all hold our breath to listen to her comment. Sho spoko in heart broken tones. "Think!" sho said, "how hungry tho poor cat must havo been!" Harpor's Weekly. 31 Boxes of Gold 300 Boxes of Greenbacks For the most words made up from these letters Y - I - O - Grape-Nuts 331 people will earn ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 8 February 1906

,'V ; W A TRULY IDEAL WIFE HEft HUSBAND'S BEST HELPER Vigorous Health Is the Great Source of Power to Inspire and Encourage All Women Should Seek It. ' One of the most noted, successful and richest men of this century, in a recent articlo, has said, Whatever I am and whatever success I have attained in this world I owe all to my wife. From the day I first knew her she has been an inspiration, and the greatest help mate of my life." To be such a successful wife, to re tain the love and admiration of her husband, to inspire him to make the most of himself, should be a woman's constant study. If a woman finds that her energies are flagging, that she gets easily tired, dark shadows appear under her eyes, she has backache, headaches, bearirig down pains, nervousness, irregularities or the blues, she should start at once to build up her system by a tonicwith specific powers, such as Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound. Following wo publish by request a letter from a young wife : Dear M...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 8 February 1906

THE eiIGTEF?, fUBLI$HED EVERY WEEK 'N THE INTER' ET OF THE VEGtfO 8 CIVETER PUB CO ENTERED AT THE POST OFFICE AT MUS KOGEE. I T , AS SECOND CLASS HAIL MAT TER W H. TWINE .... Editor. It WOOD, .... Ass't Editor. J. T. TRIMBLE . . Gcn'l Solicitor E D. NICk'FNS, Advertising .Manager. Tilings at Washington still look fu voi able for statehood for Oklahoma and Indian Territory Wonder where the deed was recorded in the case wherein Jumping Jack Jones bought a whole town for$4000.00. Anoth or political grand stand Eh? DR. JESSIE C. DICKERSON, Special attention to diseases of women and children. Suite 17, Jones Building OFFICE HOURS 9 to 10 a. m. ' PHONE 747 2 to 4 p. in. 7 to 9 p. in. TIME TABLE Missouri, Oklahoma & Gulf Railway. On the schedule tiain No. north hound will leave Musko- trrw nf P n i Miwl ntn-iro f V.Wl.1. VJ. II. lit. UIIVI UllMt 11 Wagoner S:50 a. m. Train No. 6 north lwund will play, j leave Muskogee at G:00 p. m. arrive at Wagower 0:50 p. in. Train No. 1 will arrive ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 8 February 1906

IH' K. fe IN WOMAN'S KEALM CHAT ON MATTERS FASHION ABLE AND CULINARY. Design for Satisfactory Evcrvday Win ter Hat Bonnet of Black Chiffon With Red Roses New In Lingerie Old-Fashioned Suet Bread. Midwinter Designs. Black cloth costumes relieved with trimmings of bright velvet, outlined with black braid, are among' tho new est midwinter designs, and the hata are mado to match the gowns; blnclc with trimmings of tho bright velvet, with ostrich tips or small wings of the samo color. Most becoming and effectlvo was ono such costume, whose skirt hung full and gracefully about the feet. The train was quite long, while just around the hem of the skirt, three Inches from tho ground, was a band of reblo fur, the only bit of fur on tho costume. The waist was made, with a small, round transparent lace yoke, bcldw which fell almost to the waist line a deep lace bertha. Tho transparent lace sleeves were large, and shirred down the centre beneath narrow strips of cloth. Val enciennes lace, with a...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 8 February 1906

L K If I M IE H r.i fe, M $75,000 MOKE FOR LAWTON. Water Works niid OUicr Public Utilities to Ho Completed. Washington, D. C. Tho sennto commlttco on tho Judiciary has re ported fnvornhly tho bills providing for tho establishment of recording districts at Bartlesvlllo and Wilbur ton, I. T. In tho house tho Miller bill was favorably reported to consolidate tho city of South McAlestor with tho town of McAlestor. t Tho houso territories committee reported favorably tho McGulre bill directing the secretary of tho Inter ior to expend out of tho proceeds of tho salo of town lots In tho town of Lawton, Comancho county, Okla homa, for tho completion of tho water works system, and furnishing nn adoquato supply of water, and for such municipal Improvements In said town of Lawson as may bo nd vlsab' ..id advantageous to tho In hal ., tho sum of $75,000 In ad dition to tho $150,000 provided for by act of congress approved Juno 30, 1902. f Now Jinnies to Start. Washington, D. C. Applications to ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 8 February 1906

k- n v X Life Lessons Learning lessons cvory day So the story's told, Some nro youthful lads and gay Some nro scholars old, Though the lochs o' them he gray, Learning lessons every day! .Learning lessons sad and sweet So the story's told; Winnowing the chaff from wheat Gathering the gold. Lessons long, of culm and strife Lessons ended but with life! Atlanta Constitution. (Copyright, 1905, by Daily Story Pub. Co.) They bestowed the title out of cour tesy. For live years she had really been the underpaid drudge for old Ca leb Hartung, the grizzled senior mem ber of the law firm. If she hadn't been akin to angels she would never have put up with him half tlio time. She put his erratic bawlings he called it dictation into grammatical shape, entertained or dismissed call ers, looked up decisions and kept run of his cases and papers. For this as sumption of responsibility she was called upon to tako with it the blame for every letter and paper the old man himself misplaced. That she did a...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 8 February 1906

S"IIWg9WlB'ireUJBtMIW no JKMEA.WBHH1 JRuMTTJSSlK. i3-JaS2ali4te W ' -f p 1 & t v w. . ft Hi M' Patent for Perpetual Motion. Perpetual motion "almost for noth ing" 1ms just been patented by a Chi cago man. Carl .August Sahlenberg received from Commissioner of Pat ents F. L Allen laat week tho grant of his patent, which bears tho date of Jan. 2, 190C, and tho num ber 808.G88. Tho particular schomo by which Sahlborg thinks ho can secure per potual motion is a wavo motor. It consists, as shown In tho accompany ing picture, principally, of a pier with a paddlo wheel at tho end. It is the duty of the waves to beat against this paddle wheel and make it paddle. In order to prevent tho waves from shirking that duty, tho wily Inventor has fixed tho paddlo wheel on sliding supports so that It can bo raised or lowered to meet any whim of tho tide. Tho pier can also bo turned In nny direction so that tho waves cannot successfully executo a Hank move ment on tho paddlo wheel and by such a sim...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 8 February 1906

4 I LESTER PIANOS I j mr-jmm .- m2j&Lm "I. ,,l,i' 'V-iL - '. illl'r - AT I. 'il'i' 'V-iL - 'VVf llM'llllfi' ;( .iV v' 1 1 ejTf nrj"i t ww.t rii nijr? j incn v'-mii i iw y v tills ?,,- j'vij' Just arrived at the BOLLINGER MUSIC HOUSE, it will will pay vou to see them before buying. We have a fine variety of other makes. Terms to suit the customer. Remember the place: BOLINGER MUSIC HOUSE, iv x -? cs?3vcr-..z-' J. S. BROWNLOW, MANAGER. LOCAL & PERSONAL. Mr. a. W. Walker and wife Nellie of St Joseph Mo. who are relatives of W. H. Twine are visiting in Muskogee as Guests of Mr. and Mrs Twine. Mr. A. Hicklin. Plastorea and Contractor of St Joseph Mo. is in the city taking in the sights of Muskogee and the B. I. T. J 0 Johnson Atty of Wewo ka I. T w is in the city this week on legal business. R. Wood has been reappointed as guard at the U. S. Jail wo ap preaciate the confidence that Marshall Bennett nas shown tn the old Roman. rCTIRTI m lif Pr. for iucom t tho W, In liuiintM r pub...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 8 February 1906

11 II If &" IS II LSf H' - : " W Muskogee Cimeter. XV. II. TWINE, Editor. MUSKOGEE, - - IND. TER. INDIAN TERRITORY NEWS. Elijah E. Norvall has been ap pointed postmaster at Wynne-wood. George D. Roderick has been ap pointed postmaster at Holdqnvlllo. Tho M., 0. & G. railroad has closed a contract with tho town of Afton to extend Its road to that placo. J. F. "Wisdom has purchased a half interest in the Dally Ardniore ite at Ardmoro. W. W. Hastings of Tahlcquah has been appointed national attorney or the Cherckees. i Vinita is making a hard fight to get in tho statch'ood bill us a court town. Mr. Bneggs of Columbus, Neb., Is looking over Indian Territory for a location for a Swiss colony. South McAlcstor, Atoka and Mus kogeo Republican clubs have decid ed to colebrato Lincoln's birthday Feb. 12. Tho ministers of Muskogee aro making arrangements for down-town meetings every evening during tho summer, A burglar was caught at Grove with stamps, money and othor val uables, taken ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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