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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 March 1910

THE WORST. I I I * Ft::: llllllll/tu Mrs. Dllnk—Tbe worst Is yet to come. Mr. mink—What time does your mother arrive? IN AGONY WITH ECZEMA "No tongue can tell how I suffered for Ave years with itching and bleed- ing eczema, until I was cured by the Cutlcura Remedies, and I am so grate- ful I want the world to know, for what helped me will help others. My body and face were covered with •ores. One day It would seem to be tetter, and then break out again with the most terrible pain and itching. I have been sick soveral times, but never in my life did I experience such awful suffering as with this eczema. I bad made up my mind that death was near at hand, and I longed for that time when I would be at rest. I had tried many different doctors and medi- cines without success, and my mother brought me the Cutlcura Remedies, In- sisting that I try them. 1 began to feel better after the first bath with Cutlcura Soap, and ono application of Cutlcura Ointment. "I continued with the Cutlcura So...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 March 1910

*■ Zp.fi xk- if M m ;V *5' {\>J ,vtr% a* 8S* ij p: r'K m *\r- St S& !am 3$ &? 111" ¥ BAKING DAY is a real delight to the Housewife who uses " LARABKK'S EMPRESS " Flour! It makes whiter, lighter, better Bread, Cakes and Pastry. Milled by the most approved German Methods. — TO be HAD FROM ^Blanton Brothers*^ A Silverware Coupon in Every Sack TrilO ALTOIIKKALI) is to be couiiucnced in Sep- tember. This .'course will be free to all those who desire to T. M. M CLURE, Editor and Propr'elor take advantage of it. The studies will be all branches of ANNOUCNEMENTS- ANN'OUN'CKM It N'T I'I'MS. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year $i o< •;x Months 50 All sul'scriptions are payable } j agriculture, including liorti- aclvancc No name wiil be put culture, animal husbandry, ve- 011 the books until paid for. . • , • ^ tennary science dairying, etc. just how extensive the cor- respondence instruction will I bi depends upon those who For Congress.. ... $15.00j want to take the course. The For Dist...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 March 1910

'V H V#.. w W I B. D. BROCK wants your trade for Staple and FandvGroceries Cigars, Tobacco. Fruits, Candies, Etc Short Order House I run a first*class Short Order house in connection, and ^ean furnish everything to eat the market affords on short 'notice and at reasonable rates. Freshs Oysters Kept on Hand All the Time Local and Personal. Bran and chops now in stock at Aguew's. J. M. Dennis, of Forest, spent Wednesday in Alto. Bring your butter and eggs to the Racket Store. Will Watters has purchased the Alto Bottling works which he will run in future. A ear of alfalfa and a car of prairie hay is due to arrive at Agnew's today. Henry Berryman aud Em- ory Watters spent a few days in Houston this week on busi- ness. Take a look at that new knit lie at the Racket Store. We are sure you will want one. Frank HiU has begun act- ive operations on his saw liiill.' industry, four miled east of town. , Judge R. McClure will move to Rusk next week where he will permanently reside, re- suming t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 March 1910

Carters ITTLC PILLS Constipation Vanishes Forever Prompt Relief-Permanent Cure CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLSw fail. Purely vrjfet- able—art iur« tut ipnliy oa the liver. Stop after dinner dislreat— cure nuii- - - ration— improve the complriion — brighten <l c eye*. Small Pill. Saiall Dose, Small Price GENUINE must !>e r iignalure : Sick Hogs cost you lots of pood money. You cansavethe money bygiv- ing them a real medicine, tliati acts ou their livers— BLACK-DRAUGHT' STOCK & POULTRY MEDICINE This is made from pure druys, the best we know how. It has cured thousands of sick Iio^s and will probably cure yours. Ask your dealer. 2SC. 50c. and $ 1. Per Can. PC} A LITTLE COLD. IIo caught * little cold That was alL 80 tlio neighbors sadly said, Ak thev gathered round his bed, When tli. y beard that ho was dead. Ho caught a little cold— That was all. (Puck.) i Neglect of a cough or cold often leads to serious trouble. To break up n cold In twenty lour hours and cure ! any cough that ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 March 1910

. Mb' A VOTE GENERAL STRIKE IN PHILADELPHIA CENTRAL LABOR UNION DE- CLARTES FOR WALKOUT—RE- NEW ARBITRATION. SITUATION IS VERY SERIOUS Many Are Dragged fro™ Their Post* by Infuriated Mob Numbering Thousand*. SUMMARY. Philadelphia. Penn.: Close cstl- mules have been made of the los# of life, the Injuries to all persons, cars burned nnd wreckod, windows broken, iirrestH made and the property and cash losses of the several days of the strike. These estimates show: Dead, 6: injured strikers, 25; police, 60; citizens, 300; total. 375. Cars burn- ed, 7; cars wrecked, 750; car windows broken, <,000; arrests made, 400. Ix>bb to company property, 1100,000; to busi- ness, $300,000. Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 28.—Action fraught with possible momentous con- sequences to Philadelphia was taken by the Central Labor Union last night when that body, representing 140 un- ions, with a claimed membership of 125,000, voted to begin a sympathetic strike next Saturday In sympathy with the striking str...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 March 1910

DM PILLS irregularities. tidJZSM. IVS for backache, rheumatism, kidney or bladder trouble, and urinary Foley's Kidney Pills purify the blood, restore lost vitality and vigor. Refuae substitutes. Sftlft ff.v qUINN «* COATS. Alto. T.*« Dal I as News Snap Shots. As some see it, an elastic conscience is more respectable than a rubber neck. Judging from the advance pictures, the spring mode will restore woman's waist line to reason. Some of those who are cry- ing "back to the farm" would hate to have to iace it. Of course, it is possible for a man to wear white side whiskers and not be a piude. But not for a woman. It may be true, as declared by an European nobleman, that American mca are .u wooers. But some of them make good husbands. When a man is haunted by the feeling that he hasn't the ghost of a show it i.s a sign that he is a spiritualist. About the surest thing in this world i.s that a good-look- ing girl with a lot of money is going to be noticed. There is said to be an end to a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 March 1910

Mb' A /! Cnlrrn' loiimrv.-j, 1901 ,ot the Alto, Texei'ostof'ico osS. vxKtiussMallMollcrActof Ciiiomvr ,'lart li 3.1 *7# Volume X ALTO, TEXAS, FERIDAY, MARCH n. 1910. Number i.j. fct THE HOME BANK' |HE ALTO STATE RANK CAPITAL SB) O.OOO.1 in SURPLUS 1.500.00 IS JUST A YEAR OLD HAS BEEN SUCCESSFUL HAS ACGOMMODATED LOTS OF PEOPLK HAS BEEN A HELP TO THE COUNTRY HAS DONE A BIG BUSINESS HAS BEEN WELL ADVERE1SED BY ITS CUSTOMERS WANTS THE FARMERS' BUSINESS Wc are grateful for the business given us during our one year's business, and we feel that we are just now tu pc sition to be still a better help to the community COME IN AND SEE US M C l'arrish, Pres. M Iv McClure, Vice Pres. T I) Miller, Cashier Judge John C. Box Annonnces for Congress. f 1 - The Houston Business league lias organized a trades excursion, which will tour East Texas this month. There will be upward of one hundred, it is stated, 011 this excursion,! representative business meiiof: Houston, who desire to become better acqua...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 March 1910

.4M- MMj AIM * v * ... - THE ALTO HERALD EVENTS BOILED DOWN a b w a! cc R let Pi CO hi to af vi( Co wh CO! *ioe col, lie I iir tro wel of - I N ."ill Ki<l T. M. Mi LURE, Proprietc ALTO, \ \- Bread pudding Is a cheap filler. The man higher up must lie called down. Wonder II they serve tea between heats In th« Kngllsb elections. Wasn't It Nebuchadneizar w ho start- ed the first meat trust boycott? When It comes to paying for one of the cocoon gowns "the worm w ill turn " Kven with choice new hay at a tou It doesn't cost any more to run kn automobile. DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN HAPPEN- INGS SERVED UP IN AT- TRACTIVE STYLE. Now It Is said that kisses spread tu- berculosa Rut science never did have terrors for osculation. Minister Wu promises to return In If he keeps his promise, he cer- tainly ought to show us how he does It. The next time Cincinnati Is afflicted with a hood wo presume she will proudly call herself the Paris ol Amer- ica. "Should a man lift his hat when he meets his wife""...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 March 1910

■ * i&sj. OOStotaa z ■ WwWWTv uaJew.V "T* V v , WW**. k ■jj i W a 1 m . a 9 lh lift r.iti ol • EE J. A- ES • w •••* \ ] if y i K K." ■ e Master By MARIE mN'VORST ^ PICTURES BY CMASW.ROSSER COn'KIGiir. J905j■ BYr«J; B. LI PP1N C OTT Co SYNOPSIS. Rasil Temp st, world's grantest novelist nnd poet, ri-fuBltiK to 1 « further llonlx«*d, ■(huts himself up In Craven, UIh rauntry lininc. IIIh gloomy meditations are brok- <>n by Ids housekeeper. who haw disobeyed ills orders not to admit uny one, The vis- itor iu Lucy Carew, an American who ban fomH ti KttKlund to writ** ft study of tho author, but more especially to K*'t a synopsis of Ida new suit* of poems, hav- ing been promised a good position with a magazine If successful. Tempest, In an- ger. declares he will write no more, and asks her to go. Repenting of Ills rude- ness In sending her out In the rain at night, he follows, but she refuses to re- turn to Craven with him. and takes lodg- ing with a cottager. Next morning Lucy r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 March 1910

Li I) d \v in CO de wt lit: 1)1 He clot {* Y-*. >i ■*/ iv"-* &$ !?\ V *r;' ■"1 * *< $ Ji?! i?r^ *F> :& ' i «' '. . • . X -:v *> ,i S£; m ?>•■*. N J ^ R# V: **■ ,* £• * "i" c";i' Vl-'; A .V <VSl ". L. % $ $ B A KIM J DAY is a real delight to the Housewife who uses ARABKl/S KMPRKSS" Flour! It makes whiter, lighter, hetler Bread, Cakes and Pastry. .Milled by the most approved (ierman Methods. TO BE HAD FROM anton Brothers^ A Silverware Coupon in Every Sack *vU wv.VX'Xv. w "^:.c"3 V T1IK AL IO IIKHALI) T, M. M'CLURE, Erfifor and Proprietor SUUSCRIF'TlUN RATES One Year ? t oo i i\ Months 50 .vJ! subscriptions are payable in advance. No name will be put 011 the books until paid for. ANNOUCNEMENTS- ANNOt'NCl-MKNT PKKS. {'or Congress — J 15.00 ]'or District Ofliccs _... io.cx> For County Offices ,5.00 l*or Precinct Ofliccs 2-5° the ci:il session oi the legislature for the sole purpose or pass- ing a law enacting statutory prohibition. It is easy to see die "nigg...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 March 1910

£ifCv fW'-. n ~ i.* *1 «5h- B. D. BROCK WANTS YOUR TRADE FOR Staple and Fandv Groceries! Cigars, Tobacco. Fruits, Candies, Etc | Short Order House ! I run a first-lass Short Order house in connection, and J ean furnish everything to eat the market affords on short ! notice and at reasonable rates, ! Freshs Oysters Kept on Hand All the Timei Local and Personal. Flour in wood at Agnew's, Beu Singletary spent last Friday in Alto. Bring your eggs to the Racket Store. Newt. Sanders was up from Forest Monday. O. D. Jones was up Tues- day from Morrill on business. Geo. S. Huston of Rusk, was down Saturday on busi- ness. Pure ribbon cane syrup at the RacKct Store—60 cents a gallon. Bright alfalfa and prairie hay now in stock at W. T* Williams. L Friedman, of the firm of I. Fiiedman & Co., spent a few days in Alto this week. Get a sack of that guaran. teed flour from Agtiew, ard you will use it always in fti. tu re. Judge R. McCWtte moved up to Rusk Monday where he opened an office for t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 March 1910

•t . CHEESE AT THE WHITE HOUSE ANOTHER AVALANCHE BURIES NINETY-TWO Many of Immense Slie Have Besn kent Presents to Chiof Executive!. F vt prrnliipnt receives numberless during tho course o( a term, notwlth; iali(!ln« It. Ih given out that gifts urn nul acceptable. In tho old days BOinO of tliu prusenls i. ut were of h vi v odd nut urn. President ,lu<k- eon once p t a cheeso four feet In dl umeter and two feet thick, weighing 1.400 pounds, from a New York choesemaker, who wanted lo show what h« could do This cheese gift was hii elephant on the president1! hands, and In order to dispose of It he held a special reception, to which the public was Invited, and every guest not on 1 > had all the cheese ho wanted to eat on tho spot, hut received a hunk to carry homo. In two hours thero wns nothing but tho rind loft to tell the story. President Jefferson was also the re clplent of an historic cheeso, brought to him all tho way from Massachusetts by a slx-horso team. On tho wagon was t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 March 1910

m MOB HANGS NEGRO IN CITY OF DALLAS HORROR OK MOST HEINOUS CRIME CAUSES ANGERED MOB TO OVERPOWER OFFICERS. TRIAL WAS IN PROGRESS Body of Negro Dragged Several Block* Up Main Street and Hanged at Elk's Arch. Dallas, March 4.—Alien Brooki, a pegro charged by Indictment with crim- inal assault upon the person of Mary Kthcl Buvens, a white child less thun 8 years old, was lyuched yesterday (nornlng, while his trlul was in prog- ress in tho Criminal District Court room. Angered by tho horror of one of the most heinous crimes since tho days of Reconstruction, less than 200 white men and one conspicuous negro fought their way past tlfty armed deputies and twenty policemen Into the courtroom ignd secured possession of Brooks with- out the firing of a shot or tho serious Injury of any member of either the at- tacking or defending forces. From the second floor of the court- house whero the negro was locnted u rope thrown from the crowd below throtiRh a window was tied around the negro's neck ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 March 1910

■ Mi i , for backache, rheumatism, kidney or bladder trouble, and urinary irregularities. JjL Foley's Kidney Pills purify the blood, restore lost vitality and vigor. Refuse substitutes. I 'i>r Sill(1 ffy [)l'INN ft COATS, Alto, Tmua Exterminate House Fly. and delve and struggle and \)V p I! I'ick, sanitation strive for out one prime ob,. expert, ti.ut-ling under direc- jeet. forgetful of the environ- t;, Health <jili- uient that Ik s just beyond our i.' , " 1 " mindings. In Fourteen Mistakes of Life. According to the New York Times, Judge Kentouljof he find that your statements c ui. not be relied upon. We 1, ,VJ heard men spoken of as h : , - less liars because their l\i; uo.i . car, say in a community mixture ol one g; bolie acid to forty water and then lake We! that it every pcisoii would make that broader environment i lilon of car- J rest the joy and new life allons of |are the slave -ut habit ! The Setting up one's own stand- the pre- only relict is recreation ail|l ard ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 March 1910

■ ■ '• • :\ rr ..«* 'K vill ad- mrt di- H. 1 dbc Blto IHcrald CntcrC lonuorv . , 1401 .si llie Alio. Tcxoi'oitof'ice MSeccmfCiussruilflalterActofOoiyjris* CUrrhS. i 79 ♦ Volume X ALTO, TEXAS, FERIDAY, MARCH 18. 1910 Numbkr 15 fass yOVJsSv „•'* XVlt* -v> A«* ^ **><&■ *> CITY ANNOUNCEMENTS For Marshal JOB G. MOtfRE Local and Personal. Best flour iu town at Ag- Incw's. 'Squire Fiudley was down Erom R119V l.-jst Friday Don't fail to read I. Fried- iau & Co.'s removal sale ad. Agnew wants your eggs. Top prices paid iu cash or trade. Get your plow shapes al- ready set and tempered from Pattou & Dickey. A light frost was seen last Friday morning, but we have heard of no damage being done. Don't forget the spelling match to be given tomorrow night at the Baptist church, given by the Ladies' Aid so- ciety. All should attend and help the ladies in their worthy work. Admission only 10c. Call and see Pattou & Dick- ey for hardware. Fresh lot of bolted meal at W. TJ W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 March 1910

U 1 • ■ ■■ ^SSfw'rswiiiMV* THK ALTO HERALD EVENTS BOILED DOWN A 1/1*0, T. M MtCLURE, Proprietor . . - i , Coal fleldi admirably in Alaska lit the climate There Is too much "black hand" this country of soap and water. In DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN HAPPEN- INGS SERVED UP IN AT- TRACTIVE STYLE. NOTHING GOOD GOT AWAY After a long and slippery climb, oleomargarine entera Into high society. One Chicago burglar plundered « lawyer's home and pot away with It. Everything Important That Could Confined to a Small Space ll Here Found. Bs However, there flint horse meat price. Is nothing to show baa Increased In Notwithstanding the high rout of living, moat of us seem to be dolus It very nicely WASHINGTON NEWS. The l'i i Silent Is going to he Pro-! pared to talk with bis brother, C. 1'. | Tuft, and his far What Klin 11 we ear a paramount Ismio Htatc-.s of America has now become In tho United Meat or no meat, whnt's the *11 fT<-r- rnce, so long um we have terrupln, canvasback and oysters? Still, the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 March 1910

e Master rf-^S' By MARIE VAN VORST PICTURES BY CHA5 W.ROS5ER .COPYRIGHT, 1905, I3Y' J:B.LIPP1NC0TT CO SYNOPSI3. RukU Tempest. world'* Krentont novelist unci port, refusing to be further lionised, shuts himself up In ("raven, Ills country home. I lit* Kloi'iny nieilltlltlnna tiro bro- ken hy his housekeeper, who luis ills- obeyed his orders not to admit any one. The visitor In Lucy ('arew, an American, who han rom lo KnKlanil to wrlt a study of the autnor. hut morn especially to get a *ynopnl* of hid new suite of poems, havlni; been promised a good po- sition with a majsuKlne If successful. Tem- pest ill linger, declare* he will write no more, and >uika her to Ku. Hepentlng of his rudenesa In s*'OdliiK her out In the rain nt night. he follows, but she refuses to return to Craven with him, and takes lodging with a cottager. Next morning Lucy receives a note from Tempest offer- ing to assist her In writing her essay. Tempest dictates to I.ucy, who listens xpcllltounfl as she writes....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 March 1910

14:4:*. *#?«&+ •* Millinery Opening! Friday and Saturday, March 25-26 •:c: i '*■■: ' T f'/v *— 4 A ' 1 >• 1 v. j r.-. C ItSL,. ARACTK RIZKD by that superior degree <i exclusiveness which for many years has become a distinctive feature of our Millinery Openings, this evens will no doubt strongly commend p fined tastes in the matter of Stylish Millinery. In our handsome showing will • uc."- 1 <1:-played Hr'.iiant Creations of Many Eminent Designers frpm the Center of Fashion, together with the exqui-iteh mdiwork of our own Clever Artist Are the Hats Vou will See Charmingly Distinctive In each individual conception you'll find that extraordinary element of individuality and chaim which so fev. ("u :s'iiers have the skill to produce. The Millinery we show excels in quality of materials, harm ny of colors, trimming and diversity of style. our Kxqti|site showing of Here You are cordially invited ta attend lho Crowning Glory of Woman's Easter Attire. Respectfully MB L ANTON BR...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 March 1910

■■■■PPWSWIW^SK! Save This _ and Wait| SALE BEGINS Saturday, JQth March * / "W -t- i.- ■ I. Friedman & Company's GREAT REMOVAL SALE! Save This ard Wait| SM.E BEGINS Saturday, JQth March 1/ We Are Closing Out Our Alto Business. $12,000 STCCK OF SEASCNABLF MERCHANDISE will be plcccd on sale at this season of the year, when all merchanty are expecting to make at least from 25 to 33 '^' per cent profits, we ore putting our entire stock before you below actual whole sale cos* We expect to sell the pcop '«. of Alto and vic:nity at Your dollar will do dou- ble duty nt I. Friedman & ( Vh. Removal Sale least onchalf of our stock before Wi close, which will only be a matter cf ten drys or ro. Ccmc e-> 'y, co^c often' and save from 25 to 50 per cent. The question is—Can you, in J(J;v TICE to yourself, overlook a chance like this to save at least I Tell your friends 1. Fried- man Ac Co's Removal Sale | oe^iii., : M.r l!Nih. t oncthird on all your purchases for Spring and Summer Mercha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 March 1910

HER PHYSICIAN APPROVES Taking Lydia E.Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound Rnluitliis, Maino.—"You told mo to take l.yili.'i I.. l'inklimu'8 Vi'Kt'tiililu "]C!oill pou nil anil !Liver Tills before child birth, and wo arc all surprised to see how much pood it did. A! v physi- eian Raid ' Without doubt it was tho (! o in po u n il that helped you.' I ' thank you l'or vour ! I \VT\\\ kindness in advi.siiiL' ; \ \\ \Y> ine and five you full \ v T* " Iperiiii.ssion to use my name in your testimonials."—Mrs. II. \V. Mrn in i r„ Bos 3, f'abattus, Sic. Another Woman Helped, (iraniteville, Vt — "I was passing throuphthcChaiifroof Life aiid.sufleri u from nervousness and other annoying nyinptoms. I.ydi.ii;. I'itikliiirn'n A rffo- tahlo Compound restored my health and streiipth, and proved worth mountains of sold to inc. For tho 6ako of othi r eunoring women I am willing you should publish my letter." — Atrs. < iiM.ji JJaislxav, It.i'.J)., Ciranitc- ViJIe, VI. Women who arn passlnp through this...

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