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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 21 December 1904

/c-^Tf^SV A r.( (Jen. Stoessel from Port Ar­ thur. wrote two letters to the Japanese, informing them that they have been bombarding Rus­! sian Red Cross hospitals. The -Japanese disclaim knowledge of the fact and the Russians will provide them with a map show-1Tdicir laitli )ne of MiiiOt P||ffMltWlll(«l||li|W)WWifWW|^^ 111j iii iiiiljj^lll^ty^liwit mi'iiiiiftwiiM' i|"Hi' in i»• 2£ Mrs. Cbarhvick. who claimed to be an illegitimate child of An­ drew Carnegie, has been arrested and is in the county jail at Cleveland, Ohio. The woman duperl Pres. Beckwith of the Oberlin bank causing the failure of the concern. She procured over a million dollars fraudu­ lently Little sympathy can be shown for Beckwith who is broken hearted. This will have a tendency of putting: all bank­ ing concerns on their guard. THE DEATH OF 0. H. CHRISTOPHER Primiiiint Business Man of inir the location of thehospitals. Minor's most highly respected Both sides are stubbornly hold-1" mir their positions. iny be-j Sie...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 21 December 1904

1 Minor Topics This is the shortest day in tin year. .fourgen Olson. the land man. lias an elegant new safe. No betting in .Minot now. Wail till the grand jury adjourns. Carl ('olvin and his new bride arrived Tuesday from Iowa. Mrs. Henry Ausiander is veil­ ing-her parent's at Kenseth. in. Leave your orders for ice at R. W. Jones' coal office. I 'hone 100, Minot. Imo-w 11. A. MYKIJS. County Commissioner Swan son completed recently a fine new barn at his farm northeast from this city. Murderer Gusby, the negro murderer, will be taken to Bis marck today to make twine for -six years. M. IS. Severance, the surveyor, lias gone to Great Falls, Mont., to spend the holidays with his daughter. Principal John C. Lowe left last night for Chicago where he will transact business concerning his business college. Iiurd & Mallory have been awarded the contract to build a school house in McKinley town­ ship at a cost of #442. The entire force at the register of deeds office will be changed after...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 21 December 1904

Tt- i" .J I .• ~ssttr •p&mmmm Tin* Westhope Standard is publishing #T lejjal notices. Several llowbells t'anus have been sold recently for $2,000. Efforts itrc reorganize old Renville county. Williams county pa pers' arc still howling about the way the county superintendent was elect­ ed. A. caboose on the Sherwood branch overturned, shaking- up the passengers badly and after­ wards burned. Uu^taf Anderson, a farm labor­ er, was arrested at I (evils Lake for bothering women. He is mildly insane. Tin- r-Jlenburn cistern, a jug shaped affair, caved in just as Jack Fortune came out of it. His life was barely saved. Tiie Iversons at Tiago have 960 acres of land and altho little rain fell at Tioga this year, the wheat avernged 20 bushels. John A. Johnson, the new governor of Minnesota, had to leave school at the age of ten to help his mother do washing. The mayor of Devils Lake has provided a public skating rink, lu Minot—-well the people get their skates on occasionally any way. Th ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 21 December 1904

V'!i* :srrw jet© 51 U&S ilSSKB VJLW jft &'r, &4 1 «»tS lm MEN'S and BOYS' TKirr7TTrrr? A UiN ibbK ELh.iv Men's Heavy FL-cce Lined Cnderwear r.^ f'i|- [his ott'.v /CvO^ Men's Double Breasted Fieece Lined !'n- r\ oerv. en'.'. once ra• Mcmi'* Fleece Lia.-d Wriirhf \s Health I'll- A^) derwear. oniy ^'OC' Men's Fnion rnderwear, worth x:»,00. for \..$J«o£D Men's I'nion i'nilerweai'. v. »i* t} 1 :".()(), d? yonr pick ror Men's All Woo! rnderwear. worth Si..~(), 0 -a ry Vol!!"] 1 ir lc Men's All Wool I'mlorwenr worih §2.00. yonr ]j -k for *p a O Men's nibbed rnderw-.-ir. ('ooper'. 111 ake, worih -^2.00, yonr pick Men's All Wool fibbed mderwear. F~: ti I? /f lOOt, ,••„• ^4.00 Men's rnion injei-wear, worth .^7.."»(). 4* «•». lor .Men's Ail Wool rmlervvenr. wi-rtii Sl."jr. worth S-M..10. yonr piek oipjis'eOO Iioys" t-'Ii'eee faned I'liderweai-. worth .~0e. f\.r* yonr pick lor Doy.s' ('"'leeee Lined I e,ion Suits, worth 7~f, your pii'K 0 We have lots of stock on hand that Rather cio...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 21 December 1904

$T .i «. •S mm t'he Independent is pleased to lul»lissli a letter written by one of our townsmen, Alderman Davidson, who with his wife is spending- the winter in the west: Knrroii J.\MMMCNII:NT, DK A SI We are stopping for short time \t Iliiihdruni, Idaho. It is a town of about SOU inhabitants and the county seat of Cootenai county, nestling- among'the pines at the foot of a lofty mountain, whose top is covered with snow and whose sides are evergreen. The town is well supplied with pure soft water from a spring many hundreds of feet up the mountain. There is a beautiful lake a short distance above lis. a favorite resort for the fisher­ men. large quantities of trout are taken every year in season. Lumbering is carried on quite extensively. There art two saw mills in town, and many more within a few miles. In conversa­ tion with an old (i. A. li.. former­ ly from Illinois, who now owns and operates a saw mill on a- lake not far away said he paid 10 per thousand for saw logs at the mi...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 21 December 1904

Jjivmy Music Boxes $6 to $10 EACH Genuine St. Andre i burg Rollers ALBUMS $1 to $10 TOILET CASES $1.50 to $10 MANICURE SETS $1 to $12 CHRISTMAS CARDS, (JAMES, PERFUMES 25c to $12 Also the larges and best Assortment of Minot Souvenirs in th« city. Minor Topics J). A. Dinnie bought 2200 barrels of cement in Minneapolis. William Parriott has been engaged to teach the Grassland school. raised spelts averaged J. S. Gallagher this year which bushels per acre. F. B. Lambert, a lawyer from Wahpeton. transacted business in Minot Monday. Mrs. Walrath of Morgan Hill, Cal. arrived for a visit with Uer son, J. F. Walrath. New buildings are started each day and there seems to be no let up in the contracting business. Ilev. Thos. Johstonis assisting Rev. W. C. Hunter in a series of meetings at Logan this week. A. J. DeLance and D. 0. Boyd from "away out west" are in the city this week having been sum­ moned as jurors. E. 0. Tolley, of Kenmare. was awarded a silver medal for hav­ ing the best quali...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 21 December 1904

DTWJlil! liHTOQlO) REGAL UNIVERSAL PRETTY HOME WEDDING TONIGHT Tonight at: 8 o'clock will be solmonized a very pretty home \vedding at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Albertsoninthis city. John M. Settle and Miss Miriam Jemima Johnson, daugh­ ter of Mrs. Albert son. will take the wnvs which will unite their lives. Rev. Mi-. Harris of the Presbyterian church will perform the ceremony. ()nly a few of the friends of the couple will attend. Theo. Settle, of Williston, broth­ er of the groom-to-be will be the best man and Miss Nettie Brady will be the bride's maid. Im­ mediately after the ceremony, a fine wedding supper will be serv­ ed. The couple will leave to­ night for St. Louis and other points in Missouri, the old home of Mr. Settle. They will return to Minot in a few weeks where they will be at home to friends. P. J. Peterson, an uncle to the bride-to-be,arrivedfromSt.John Oregon, with some fine presents and a large amount of cut flow­ ers for the wedding. He will ac­ company ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 28 December 1904

CmLi-.LATIONl t50 PROFESSIONAL MEN CHANGE LOCATION Quite a number of (.'hand's are talaris^* place this week among the professional iuciihs to loca­ tion of the offices. John .1. Coylo is moving to l)e- viue, Stenerstm & Co's. offices over the lUake.y store, lie will have charge of the law depart­ ment for the company. (Jeorge McGee, the newly elected 1'' WW 1)U. SCHOr^HKKCi. States Attorney, is moving to the P. P. Lee block and will occupy an office adjacent to J. Greene's office. Mr. Gammons with whom he has been associated for some­ time, will remain in the office Fred Almv arrived from St. Paul to .spend the holidays with his family. It is said that another grand jury will be called after the first of the rear I •.'» Z?'V: Judge Cross VPI'V ^McCOY* successful. VOLUME 3. NUMBER 37- MINOT, WARD COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER over the bank. _\ I ooney. 11 ampiue& Johns ton are moving to office rooms ad­ jacent to Dr. Kcholberg's new dental rooms. Thev conduct a. ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 28 December 1904

V# THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Publish** lwrriWMMiiy. C. F. TRUAX, Pihiiskir 6. D. COLCORD, Elites Kntered June 18, I9US. us Second-Class Mutter. Postortlce, Mlnot, N. D. Act of Congress of Alarch 3. 1871) WEDNESDAY, DE('KMBKR 28. 1904. EDITORIAL COMMENT. Wildred I^emieux has pHiclmaed a newspaper plant for Mondak. Ilont. •ww www North Dakota should adopt the primary election law even if it is a socalled necessary evil. It might be the safety valve for the Republican partv in time to come. WV?tWTWW The state school lands in Ramsey county sold as high as $40 per acre, the mininuni being- $ 10. Ward county school lands will undoubtedly bring a much higher price. A A A A A A A A wwwwwwww M. D. (Jrover, who has been general counsel for the (ireat Northern railroad for the past seventeen years, died in St. Paul last week of broncho pneumonia, at the age of sixty-nine years. Senator .MeC umber has issued a bulletin in favor of tariff revision and given it to the eastern papers for publica...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 28 December 1904

AJJJRE SEED TRAIN &*W The SM Line is Pnparing toSend One Through North Dakota. The idea of a train of instruc­ tion along* Agricultural lines, while not a new one in the West in all respect#, has never been at­ tempted in exactly the same manner as that in which the Soo Lino is now taking up the sub­ ject. The cars now in course of preparation will be thoroughly equipped for the purposes in­ tended and will visit all stations on the system in North Dakota, stopping i. sufficient length of lime to allow those interested to pay a thorough visit to this no­ vel exhibition. It will be in charge of The North Dakota Ag­ ricultural College, which is an as­ surance that all inquiries will be answered in an intelligent way. Samples of all varieties of grains at present grow* in the country will be carried, but a specialty will be made of the finest exhibit of seed grain that can be gotten together. It will furnish an op­ portunity for an inspection, of all of the new varieties which are ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 28 December 1904

I 4 1 fc I & $:: Pi- "^ir-v •j&jr A* 1 pp right. Minor Topics Mr. and Mrs. ). M. Pierceliavo arrived from Chicago. 13. Bach spent. Christmas with friends near Burlington. Ole Marsh, the wrestler, is here .or a, few days. lie will wrestle Klank at Great Falls. .Mont.. -I an. 14. *tiiius At'dali). who recently lost a hand in a wood saw. is recovering nicely and will soon be out of the hospital. connection with the plumbmg during the holiday ports much heavier last vear. '. I W \Y. W einribe. .1. M. W ilson's genial clerk, is visiting his par­ ents at Rochester, Minn. This is the & first time be*has been home lor three years. $ I). A. Dinnie has the contract to build a. newspaper office for Editor Fierce of the Harvey Herald. The building will be 25x70 feet in size. An effort is being made to se­ cure a, new trial for Albert Frantz and Jos. Kemper, the men con­ victed of burglary and sentenced to the penitentiary for seven years and seven years nine months respectively. All...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 28 December 1904

S I i. :-£i $ BONUS. NO •lOUJlGKN" OLSON. MINOT, N. I).: loan of $ Description County State Name XL Address The Daily Grirtd, Wy son, wlx'ii you sp. rik of the work you flo, there's somi-iiiins to Ui-ep in mind 'o matter how little It pleases you. ilon't call it "the daily grind." Oon't tell of the tasks that you tlialike. nor grumble at .sorry t'uLit There never was work st to our hands that wo had :i right to hat, -t Isn't the work: it isn't' th- hire: nor toiling from sun to suti J.'hat counts in the eyes 01' th"rn who see—it's "how is the labor 11 v" As soon as you say it's a dally urind. that moment you hate on- work. That moment the imp of -,,-e shmvs you how you well may shirk: That moment you lose nil your sjood in­ tent that raoiiii nt vmi nUKhi lo iiiiit, for the work that you do is frit-nil to you while you arc friend to it. And once you have called it a -slavish task and named it "the daily ktiikI •four work is a snare that will catch yimr feet and cause, you to fall Ix-...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 28 December 1904

HTATB OP NORTH DAKOTA, The grand jurors of the County and State aforesaid bog leave to report: That immediately after the convening of the court on December 6, 1904, and after the charge having been delivered by his Honor, the Judge, to seid jurors, and the Judge aforesaid having selected one of its number as foreman of Maid grand jurors, and after -said foreman and jurors having been sworn, according to law, they at once assembled in the place appointed for that purpo.se, and se­ lected one of their number, as Clerk of «aid grand jury, namely, Win. Ciibb. nftcr which the jrrand jurors at onco entered upon their labors, and proceeded to investigate any and all matters of a criminal nature that were brought to their attention, together with the ex­ amination of the public buildings and records of Ward county. We therefore beg leave to report that ufter due and careful examination of all the evidence brought before the jurors, and the same having been carefully considered, a true bill...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 28 December 1904

'—?sJt Watches, Slrrt Studs, Brooch Pins, •I *W?8 Hat Pins, COMPLETE NEW LINE OF JEWELRY. .1 have bought, the entire sample line of jewelry from a representative of the F. A. Patrick wholesale house of Duluth and can five rou tome extra values for very reasonable prices. The line consists of Charms, Watch Fobs, Collar Buttons, Beauty Pins, Shirt Waist Sets, Bracelets, Necklaccs, Rings, Cuff Buttons, etc, I have also a lot of unredeemed jewelry whieli goes for your own price. I bought some of the articles for a song and yon get them for nearly the same price. JOS. W. ROWAN, New and Second Hand Store, MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA. SECOND NATIONAL BANK, j* OF MINOT„ Capital, $80,000 Surplus and Profits. $ 10,000 UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY. OFFICERS JOSEPH ROACH, President, P. P. LEE, Vice President. R. E. HAPvKON, Cashier. DIRECTORS.: ERIK K. KAMSTAD, T. P. KBLAAS, P. P. L»«, JOSKPH ROACH, R. Hocking' Valley Coal. Blacksmith 'oal. 1/ignite. —i. TERMS: R. W. JONES, B. Best l-ooms in the lieavt of ...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 28 December 1904

The proceedings against Ncho niiah Davis, who was indicted by the grand jury on the charge ol' betting on the recent election, were quashed by Judge Paid a Friday on account of a faulty indictment-. No facts were shown in the indictment., only supposi­ tions. The indictment stated that Davis had bet on the Waul county election, the bet being made in Minnesota. It isagainst OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS Of the Board of Coumy Commis­ sioners of Ward County, N.D. The application of Robert Rowan, Jr., for the reduction of his IfHrj assessment was on motion rejected. On motion of Commissioner Torben son the following report was accepted: To the Board of County Commissioners: We, the committee appointed by you to investigate the bill of Theo. Lee. per­ taining to the damages of his horses, harness and buggy, beg to report: that vre have duly investigated the above mentioned bill, and we hereby recom­ mend the allowance of one hundred dollars. Signed: The Board of County Commissioners met as per ad...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 28 December 1904

Joseph Kemper and Albert Frantz, the two (jernimis, were convicted of the crime of burgl­ ary in the second deprive and sentenced Friday afternoon by Judge Palda to long terms in the penitentiary at Bismarck at hard labor. Kemper received a sentence of seven years and nine months, while Frantz was sen tenced to seven years. The jury was n»t long in agreeing. The case went to the jury about 5:30 o'clock Thursday evening and before 9 o'clock they had arrived at a verdict. The jury recom­ mended to the Judge, leniency, for Frantz. That in the reason Palda sentenced Kemper nine months longer. Kemper after­ wards sent word to .fudge I'alda that he wished he had sentenced him to ten years instead of seven years and nine months, for when liehas been there that long, a few years more would cut no ice. The men took their sentences cooly, but later Kemper was very nervous. They had hoped to be either sent free or get off with one or two years. Judge Palda in sentencing them Prasmiscous Box Ca...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 28 December 1904

ma BCEtO© W$g& REGAL UXHVER5AL Minot eonlrat-i ors s.-y 111:' hi dence Lo v, Fcx-ioim. "William Dodd and !'. i• iril s}»e!it Christmas i'.ad-'n. ]'. A. Schuiiz sue! days visit, from a brother intr in Tiniiesot a.. Mr. Turnei tl ,lo "''V Austin McAfee ot Miss (iertrude Peterson of the Valley City Normal arrived here last Friday to spend the holidays under the parental roof. The Hogers Lumber Co.. have received another larfce consign-, nienf. of lumber. They carry a. full and larjre stock in their line. Frank Kirkelie. Jr.. who has been Ktayin^ with his grand father all summer left hint week for a few days visit with his parents at Donnybrook. Desiring t© lower our stock of harness before invoice, we will sell harness and MARTIN JACOBSON, CONTRACTORS SAY MANY NEW BUILDINGS 1 tirsr one to start in th spring. will erect a line! wholesale yard building where his ini[l(.*ment part of the fity. Tlien there are buildintt' now stands. I). A. Din- rumors of he building to be ine will "ref...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 11 January 1905

/^CIRCULATION 2,450 L.PI t#f. $SP8$ Pm I©f I* Sj BANKS DO SATIS- 1 *7t idVA.'-.T' •II ,v5i The directors and stockholders of the Second National bank held their annual meeting Tues­ day afternoon. No changes were made in the officers except­ ing that Henry E. By rum wa? elected assistant cashier. The 4as officers are: Jos. Roach, President. P. Lee, Vice President.™ *§$ £/X?&- E. Barron, Cashier. Va /-ft' Henry E. Byrurn, Assistant Cashier. •. The directors are: Erick ltam'stad, Jos. Iloach, T. P. Kulaas, R. E. Barron and P. P. Lee. The directors voted to add $5,000 to the surplus profits, making them $10,000. Tney charged off $1000 from the premium and bond account, and declared a dividend of 10 per cent. The net earnings for the year were 27 per cent. This is considered good cfn a $50,000 capital. -The net earnings last year was 22 per cent. There is an undivided profit fund of over $7000. The bank was started in September 1897, and each year since the first one, 10 per cent di...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 11 January 1905

faff' I marck pen. THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT Publlahad every WadnaMlay. C. F. TRUAX, Publisher 6. D. COLCORD, Editor TONIC TO THE SYSTEM. L'or liver troubles and constipation there is nothing better than DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the famous littla Pills. They do not weaken the stom­ ach. Their action upon the system is inild, pleasant and harmless. Sold by McCoy & Co. J, W. Rode buys achool and township warrants. tf Entered June 18. IfKC. us Second-Clans Mutter. Postofllce. Minot. N. D. Act of Congress of March It. 187!) WEDNESDAY, .JANUARY 11, 1905. EDITORIAL COMMENT. .Senator Hansbrougli introduced a bill to appropriate •$150,000 to be used in building- a lieu federal building at Devils Lake. When a fellow begins to tell you how honest he is in all of his dealings especially in politics, it is about time for you to begin to set a watch on his actions. ••••MM ol. Ike Steen, of Mavville, is out plugging- for the position of Indian agent at Fort Yates in place of Agent Cari...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ward County independent. — 11 January 1905

Shrt Studs, Brooch Pins, Hat Pins, I COMPLETE NEW LINE OF JEWELRY. I have bought tho outire sample line of jewelry from a representative of the P. A. Patrick wholesale house of Duluth and can pivo you some extra values for very reasonable prices. Tho lino consists of Watches, Charms, Watch Fobs, Collar Buttons, Beauty Pins, Shirt Waist Sets, Bracelets, Necklaces, Rings, Cuff Buttons, etc, I have also a lot of unredeemed jewelry which 'goes for your] own price. I bought some of the articles for a song and you yet them for nearly tho same price. Old sewing machines repaired, guaranteed to run. JOS. W. ROWAN, New and Second Hand Store, MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA. SECOND NATIONAL BANK, OF MINOT. j* Capital, $00,000 Surplusjand Profits. $ 10,000 UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY. OFFICERS JOSEPH ROACH, President, P. P. LEE, jVice President. RE. l'ARRON, Cashier. DIRECTORS^ ERIK K. KAMSTAU, T. P. KVLAAS, JOSEPH ROACH, K. E. BAKRON, OLDEST BANK IN WARD COUNTY. THE UNION HOUSE. SAM ARINTZ, Prop. Best rooms...

Publication Title: Ward County Independent, The
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