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   Clinton Clintonian (Newspaper) - September 8, 1911, Clinton, Indiana                                 í  fffñw'fí'.-  PUBLÍSHED EACir TUESDAY^ AND EACH FRIDAY.  Vol 23.  CLINTON, INDIANA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8,1911  N0.59  TWO  Boys Over 65 Will FDrnish Contest Ridiag; Premiom List Shows There Will Be Plesty Doin;  In  Thusday and promise to be  FrUiiiv of ¡icxv week A feature of tlie show that two very luitfy days ought, to be of considerable in-in Clinton, when horses are to be tereist. is the riding contest of shown, including nearly all ilic class-1 • boys" over 6,) years of age. Some es that weri> exhibited durintr ibree of the ox----avairymon of the Civil davs last vear. Judsin^ from the : war suggested this event, and a interest inanife.-tod ainonu horse number of them and probably oth-owtiers the clasFe« probaliiy williers who think they ciui ride as be well filled, too. W. S. .',cv,is ; wcil as ex-cavah-ynicu can, wilj and L F. Wright, who have ; be on hands. It. is the niteii-charge of the show proper, ox-;tion to give these "boys" a I'ect to uct things to coins around place of honor in the parade on li:;50 Thursday niornins; ;!:id to ; the fn-.st morning, make every minute count. ; }{. M. Pentreath, W. S. Lewis,  The animals will be exhibited i F. L. Swinehart and .M. B. Sc-ott on ilulben-%- .street, along by the i have supplied automobiles for iire house. ex;-ept Mli.^t after i advertising trips, and these, togeth-ichool hours, some of the riding | er with all other fonns of adver-and driving contests may be trans- tising resorted to. insure that ierretl to Blackman street. The the event will be well known and city council gave permission. Mon-j jt is thought ithe crowds wiil be day night, for the u-se or the j streets. They are to be cleaned. ap after -ihc show and the con-t mlttee is to pay for the extra police .  Reunion at White Home Highly Pleasing To Veterans and Friends  One of the most interesting and generally enjoyable soldier's reunions ever held in this or neighboring. counties was that of Co. D, 85th Indiana and other survivors of the Civil war at Ren Mf Whjte's substantial farm home north of Cliu-ton Thursday of last week.  There were forty-seven veterans around the banquet table, fift^n from Co. D, Soth, and the others representing the various companies  R C. Good, Clinton. -  M06Cs Pierson, Co. C 83th, Terre Haute.  Lieut. LI Btirget, Co. C 83th, Terre Haute.  James H. Crabb, Co. G, Söth, Terre Haute.  Yancy Richardsou Co. B. Söth. I Alontezuma. '  Capt. \V. T. Crawford, Co. H, Söth, Sullivan.  E. J. Whitsman, 24tli Ind. Clin-  CITY SCHOOLS SM FALL TEl MONDAY  Teachers For These Schools And Other Data Are Given Out  and regiments .shown in the list;ton.  below, airy.  Co. A. Sixth Indiana cav-  LINE-UP FOB OTHER SCHOOLS  Schools in Township and L'p Ctiunty Under Way;  Parochial School Plans  Paü-ick Lyons, Co. G,r»3 Ind. Clinton. !  The Clinton public schools will  , . , , , , . I open Monday. The pupils will be  wnicii nas planned a reunion, tuu. ^ j expected to assemble in the rooms  cn the same day joined in with | ^«^^o- bcldomndge, Co. F; 110 Ohio, j they left last ,May and after a  the others.The familiar face of E. ; Clinton. 'few moments instruction'as to books  P. Cohley. the secretary of Co. A,! Sol Weatherwax, lM«t .V. Y, Cliii-' P^^^®  who had mailed the notices, was,  missed, however, he having recers Jeff Foncannon, Co. K, U'Dth Ind..  Supt.  tly moved up to Huntington, Ind. i Clinton.  Automobiles, supplied by friends! W. H. Robison, Co. C, 123 rd Ind., ' "I'^ay of the veterans," and two, those Clinton, of  their reporting on Tuesday, they will be excused for the day. The teachers are to meet with  points of  interest i-egarding the coming event can be lamed from the advertising on page 7, this issue.  Shepherd Land Coaipaoy Puts on Harris Park Snbdivision At Boosen  Report of Old Sixteen Reunion Shows Event Was Very Enjoyable  A new factor has entered the Tiie Sixth Annual Reunion of local realty field, and has begun i Old -Sixtc-en school was held Sept. a vigorous advertising campaien i down by that noted spring, for the sale of lots in Harris I About I'.'.O were present, , includ-Park, near Dunsen mine. This is | ing four of the old teachers and the Shepherd U»nd Co.. wiih Brow- i about forty pupils, some of whom nie F. Shepherd at it.'i head. | came many miles to be present. Mr. Shepherd has a.«;sociato J witli • After a dinner which surely prov-aim .some Hiicago men who have' ed that good cooks were in the capital and influence. President i crowd, a social hour was e«joyed. Harris of Nortiiwe.siern univei-sityti^hoii a short business session was is one of tiie leading members lield.  of the company and the <ubdivi-1 .lediah Fri.^i wa.s elected presi-  at  .-ion at lUnisen ililll.  rfo.'ilc of ihe.^o moil li.'iv'," paid vi.siis to Clinton durinii the iiast. i-uininor and become convii-ned itie Uiere i."-- a good upiwrtujiity near iliinseu for Uie ?a!e of hoüiv Tract.s. T!:e ShenJiertf ìijnù c-'Mr.-jiany. hü'.vcver. plans to r.:.^ oiw^ pusti uti'iiT ixaiiy a:KÍ to  iiranch our beyonc! the vii o;'  Clinton. Tiie offic«» of tlie :;r:!i in tiu- Staili ncs buildiu;;. ii..rr> Nii-!io!soii, •>"':!(> iia.s iit-on ¡l-.í -K d witli Mr. i^hoi'd in or-:;;:;'s  named after  the  J. W. Reeder and G. \V. Davis being supplied by veterans made it j Clinton, pleasant traveling to and from the reunion. There was a crowd of i Clinton.  friends more than twice as large' Thomas Carlin, Co. F, 43rd as the gathering of ex-soldiers | Clinton.  themselves. The banquet table, a-j '^'m. Mitchell, Co. C, 18th Ind., rotmd which the 47 first gathered, j Clinton.  Wm. Hamilton, Co. C, ISth Ind., R. H. Washburn, Co. A, 6th Cav..  Ind.,  where they were served with hands anxious to do them honor and glad to see them enjoying the occasion,  Fairview. Isaac Willis, Co. F, ülst III., Clin-  twice more filled to capacity j Terre Haute, and then partially refilled once more S. A. Delph, Co. D, 9th Tenn. Cav. before all vfsre sened. The W. R. Kentucky. C. members followed the war vet-; erans at tlie table.  Rev. C. M. Taylor, president of the association, who now lives in Ostego.i Mich., presided and offered prayer. He also was one of tlie i-^'i^ton. speakers. Others who spoke were; Capt W. T. Crawford of Sullivan. i.Duis Beckman of Terre Haute, D. C. Johnson of Clinton and two niem-  Oberholtzer at 2 o'clock, Sat-afternoon, to discuss matters pertaining o the coming term's work.  There will be no change in the high school faculty, but owing to resignations and additions to the grade faculty the following of last year's force will not be seen among the teachei-s: Miss Stark, Miss Teal, Miss EYeeman and Miss Wright, who siipplied during the latter part of last term; while the following will be new members of the forca: Miss Helen Helt, Clinton; Miss Florence Hixon, of Terre Haute; Miss Hattie Stiwalt, of Prair-ieton; Miss Myrtle Tinkham of Carlisle and Miss Ada Tichenor of Princeton, and two others yet } to be named, all for the Central Pleasant Curry, Co, B, 50th Ind., , school.  The remainder of the Central  Joe Carter, Co. G, 7th , Cavalry, Clinton.  L. H. Beckman, Co. A, 6th Cavalry,  ton.  ■Tames Harrington, Co. A, 6th Ind. LV., .Clinton.  Capt. G. D. Walker, Co. A, 153rd  T^mpuriiMn. v>i!ì in' on-live iiK'ii in ti'.e v\'ork.  o: Ü!  livni and Mrs. .Maggie Skidmore Se'-'ret a ry.  The iullowiiijr program wa.s giv-t :! :  Song. Aiucrica; r-.^uiiug of letters i'ri!!!! ;ib.-entees; sL\ deaths reported ■ Ir.rjjii; tii'/ pafa year, ioar of whom  ! Ijeen ¡nipil.'^ of W. P. .\ndrews; j I '-i j("olIv'go Oil Cans, by .Strain, .^ir;^. .X'.ni.s recited a : it iioy -A iiii-h .«he liad arranged Ji-.nni old .-fho.i! pioce-s. .seniiinou-t;il hnnicir.ji;.-. Short tiilks  by r. S, Davi.^. !i. il. Conlcy, .las. Vi;u;\:i.t;;'/n. H. W'iiitr'. .Jranos nnd  G. W. Davis, Co. F, lilst Penn. Cav., Clinton.  bers of the Relief Corps. Mrs. Har-' P' ^icBeth, Co. K. 3d U. S. Cav., riet Campbell and Past President J Clinton.  Meribah E. Walker. Those present' C. S. Davis, Co. C, 123d Indiana, are strong in their praise of this ' Tcn eH:',ute. reunion, as the best they ever aiiended, and all give a full measure of praise to Die speakers and A. :Mack, Co. C, il'3rd Ind.,Cav., make no exceptions. Ciiiiion.  A feature • of the mseilng was ra'- , F. M. l.ee, Co. A, Gth Ind. Cav., forded by the host, Mr. White, Clinton, playing .some of the war time mel-  •Í. \V. Reeder. Co. A, Gth Ind. Cav., Clinton.  school faculty will be as follows: Miss Mary F. Rogers of Terre Haute;, MIbb Nana McGraw, South Bend; Mrs.. Alice Wishard, Clinton; Miss Iva Jones, Terre Haute; Miss Alice Ream, Redmon, III.; Miss Edna Newton, Rosedale; Qwen T. Clark, Clinton.  Miss Elizabeth Davis and ^^liss Mabel Coburn of Clinton will be in the Church school.  The Columbia school faculty will be: Miss Rose .Tohnson, Clinton; .Miss Myrtle Clark, Glezen, Ind.; J.ìiss Slary Losh, Indianapolis and Miss Helen Wood, Clinton.  In the grade rooms of the high school building .Mrs. Flora :Morris and Miss Eleanor Snively will j iii charge.  Township Schools Start  Clinton township school. witV; the exceptian of Klondike Heights, where a new builcliug is getting; j under way, will begin nexT Mon-  i The high schocr» faculty will i be: A. G. Morris, principal; Miss ; i^lfie Leachman. Terre Haute; Miss J. J. Smith, Co. K, 31st Ind., Clin- ! .-.[urgaret ton.  da}'. The structure "to be u.sed for the oxtni room dou-n at Bansec will De ready and the second tcactv-er is, aeeordiogiy, anuouueed for  dorn' Hi.-  irtin;  BRINGS HOME BRIDE lieu liaii:iilnn h:uido;l iirlo  suirr.''.-:e lo uu)>t oi Isií^ (.'iHiiua rrifii.K \.ln.n ì.ìi.ì;l'Ì^i íío::¡í^  iì\nn liiiiitin.gbur.-', Wo ti ne-" •!.•■. y m" this v,cek, a br-.d*.'. \".)i'.>.<.' n.u-:e haJ bt cn until ;»a. ui., ihar day. Miss .Marietta .-\ugusia .longelbacii. The nui)i:al rereuiony v/a? ¡hm--forined at i!ie home of lifv. Kop-sky, a (ìerman Lutiieran. oí Munt-ingburg. The hapjty cou;>Ie --vas !Met ai the station by l»r. Coorge A. ,Jacksoni in his automobile. ;',nd K"iken to the home of the aromn't^ ti.Mo. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Flora Karnil- ! ton, of south Fourth street. A-Ktut ; 2Ó friends and relative^ gaihert-di and enjoyed a wedding f-air in honor «if the couple. T'.uy wiHl live with the groom's parents ú'r '■•¡e nrcfent. Mr. and Mr.«. finüiüion have the best wi.iche.-^ of a i-o.-t of freinds both here :ind ; ingburg.  .\iidrr-v,-:;. fo'.'.ou t d then, canio Í Piiiays M K. Souihara. ¡'resident.  .1. .\niis. S-,'c:'etary. NOTES  'vi:-.! t!!.ink.< arc- due the Pri>si-ar.ii his helper.-; for cleaning croundtf c-.nd fixing up tiie  an'.ì .Mr.*-. Lewis Hi.<e drove -iii'-'ir:. ind. and W. Skidniore laiiiiiy Iroìn Xewiiian, 111. V,"e wcr.;' .Jjiad io noie tìiat tiie t'.ppeii'r.s (>r ì)')ys have no.'  ¡)f!''ii inìjinired iiy nhf ravage.< of  oclies and marches on the same violin he carried through ilie war. Mr. White is an accomplished violinisi. too, in the class of music h«  ao render. Otlier musicali y —'■' '■-r.ides.  ,. J , . ■ t nnioiK  numbers v.-ore .-upphed by a trio j - : ilUrd. in  coniiiosc-d of :vir.i. Ed White, Mrs. I D^^'^cl I'earman, Co. A, Mist Ind.. ; -schcc.  and .Miss C:irrie t'linton.  G. \V. Siultz, Co. H, IGth Ind., Clin- ! Beatrice O. ton. ; J. .^vili  D. C. .lohnsoii, Co. il, li.lth ''''''  Clinioi>f  111- . .Margaret Axtell, Indianapolis, Mi^s Fuirviov.- Parle  ; ¡.ouiso Rabb, Loganspori; .Miss &a-  ¡.ilo A. Nev.ion. Salem, and Msis it v. hi be oUst-M eci. has ti.L^ ^-par  in..  Sanders, Worthington. i)e necessary to have so.=sions for tlie lo'.ver perhaps, including tiie all e:cccpr the Colum-It is believed -4.he  .Mrs. Patton Surprised  Bruce Blakeslcy  Conley. ^  Automobile owners, whose kind- ; ness wa.« appreciated greatly are G'uy H. nrlggs, 1). R. Murray, John xV. V.'ilterrnood, W. H. Bonner, Dr. C. M. White and Ed Sliirkie be-side.s Mr. Davi.s and Mr. Reeder. As the crowds alighted from these j or from other vehicles, they J  cars, were  greeted by Mr. White, or to ; speak officially. Orderly Sergeant ' White, and his wife. There was i j an air of ai-home-ness about the | whole occasion that added greatly j to the pleasure of the event and  Mr.s Mary rattou of S.^mly- , Sown was the "viotiiu" of aj very pleasaiit iurpnsi.- given j  Sunday to resnind ¡¡or ol jier! the feast, was simply I>eyond Hunt- ijjrthduy. At noon iibout j bounds of the appetite of  ___]___Jorfy ga^herea unuind iiie table ■ Epicurean.  SQUEEZED IN MINE I aiul did ju.stice to a lnuuitiTul James Me;Utin. eiiiploy«.Kl Klon- dinner. Those present v. ere: dike. w;i.s brought into the city. Mr. and Mi.-:. K. A. ratton. Mr Tuesday, to receive medica.l atten- ^^^ Mrs. A. S. Wolfe, Mr and tion, ho having been soniev>hat , . v.  jured by a "siiueete'—. Tue^day.  the the  sn-  Mrs. IJruce Bumgardner, .Mr. and .Mrs. El nest lieed and baby Margaret. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Beau-champ. Mr. and Mrs. Ci. L. Foil?.. Mr. and -Mrs. J. L. Folti;, lie v. and Mrs. S. I;. 'Jea!. Mr. and Mrs.C. F-ast, Mr. and .Mr. and Mrs. Nova ON SERIOUS CHARGE Pvle, Messrs. Otto Reed, Soion Rhyan and Will Shorter Folt:'.. Bvron Bumgardne!-. Porter  Tra Pat-  _MARRIED BY JUSTICE  Angeio Poldani and Kosa Sat tie were married at the office of Guinn & Micheli, by Walker, hist Saturtlay niornI::c.  HELD  Mike  were each placed under ^."iOrt in Justice Walker's court  vreek. to answer a serious ........  preferred by Mrs. Ida Smith. Some ton: Misses Mabel, Rebecca, Mary other men are «l!cgc<l to be in- and Helen Vi'oife. Lola and liditb  __Folti-. Wreatha Reed, Adella Bum-  gardner, Fanar and Marv Patton.  Òdnà Beaucha°np. Ivan, J charge »nd, Roscoe  (jet Charter  The Polish Slavonic Lithnar.-I ian National Christian Caih.<lu-! Ohuichof the Holy Trinity <n (/linton, Ind.- received a charter ^roni the secretary of State, this *teek. Rev. Pociecha is pastor. This church is not allied w itir t he Ilomau Catholic organization,  Mr. and Mrs. R. È. Guinn were over to X'ermillion, IH., Sunday to  iOjS  Abfut 'ii men atjd vroaaen eniny-ed a b g è^h fry down the Wuöasii. las' Mojdí?y.  see  uei- grandmother.  Friends of Miss .Vary Miran, teacher in the State^ Normal at Terre Haute will be sorry to learn she feli at St. Mary's Sunday morning and sustained a broken arm. ^^  Mrs. Cari Ualmér Is. visiting his relatives at Oiaey, lll.-  Scrgéant White started the program by calling Uie roil. which di.sclosed two members of the company having died since last year. These were Samuel J. Xew-lon land Thomas Eaton, both of near Clinton.  Nest year will mark the fiftieth anniversary of the mu.stering in of the «."ith and and it was agreed there should be a regimental reunion at Terre Haute, and tlie company reunion v.ill be merged with this.  The following veterans were present:  Co. D. S5th Indiana  Ren M. White, Clinton.  Dan Carter, "Montezuma;  Joe Foose, Xewports  C. M. Taylor, Otsego. Mich.  J, Yoamans, Dana.  Taylor Vannest, Clinton.  Lient. Elisba Pierce, Clinton.  I-ewis T. Wellman, Galina, Kans.  feter Eoark, Jasonville.  A. M. Stokesberry. Paris, III.  Jobn Hammersley, Clinton.  D. James. Dana. ' ;  John Luce, HlUsdale.  Hurrah for the Rank and File.  By Meribah E. Williams Walker  "O : tell to me,"gallant General,. How won you the glorious day?"'  His hand salutes to the Rank and File, While lips a-trenibling bravely say, "Not I but these Boys—they won the day-Hurrah for the Rank and File  F^or what were our Nation—name or fame ? ' And where vvere its glory and all ? And what of our little ones, altars, and homes. Had they mocked at our Country's direful call. And suilered the Flag of the Free to fall ? Hurrah for the Rank and File I  Three cheers for the gallant Generals 1 Three cheers for the Officers all And three times three for the Boys who sprang To meet half way screeching shell and ball, An<l shatter'^d the foe 'gainst that living wall. Hurrah for the Rank and File !  Sacred Heart School Is  teachers. The Sisters are in every way qualified for their chosen work.  Enrolling Pupils For New Term ^ ;f  ® f state licenses to teach ic tlie public  schools.  They ask no one what his re-  i ligious viev.-3 maybe nor do they,  'in any way seek^ to prbsel>-tize.  All t'ney reqaire is a testimonial of moral 'character and grade standing  Father Bolin furnishes the follow-, ing statement regarding tlie open- \ ing of the Parochial schools.  Thursday of this week the Si.s-ters of Oldenburg, who have returned to the parochial school atifrom school attended by pupils  Clinton, began the enrollment of before coming to them. The school  .V. tu .„luaiiulng will be open to tbe pfublic  pupils lor the comxng year. All i. ® „ ■ \ „  jfor inspection Sunday aftemocm. branches of the common schools up | g^p^ ^^ ^^^ everjone is invit^ to  to the eighth grade are included inj come. All -sanitary improvements  the»- curriculum of their studies.! have been insUlIed, exceptinjr a  Vfirk can be started on tiie soufK end ward by the middle of the y«afc  .Nearly all schools in the connir which ; didn't begin last Mondajr start off next Monday. The following are the lists of teacher.s:' Helt Tolwnship. St. Bernice—Principal, Mvrtle Conii* lin. Primary, Minera Payton.  Alta—Lenora Pearman.  Hillsdale—Supt., B. F. Small; asst.. Mrs. B. F. Small; grades, Niellie» Aldrich; primary, Grace Dinsmore.  Bono—Siipt.,. Elmer E. Ritter," Mortimer Lewis; assistant principal Doi-tha Clark; music and dra»'-ing. Miss Hnnaw^ay; sevens aoft eights, Lizzie Lowry; fives and si»-' es, Esther Westbrook; threes aisÄ fours, Mabel Aikman; primarj^ Edna Parrett. ^ .  Highland—Hazel Cheeswrialit. Redman—Goldie Jackson.  No. 17—Principal, Homer MeCow^ primary. Mrs. Chlpe Jame.s.  Springhill—Zoe Lamb.  CoDley—Lola Lewis.  Summit Grce—Principal. C. A. Weier; primary. Agnes Southard.  Frog College—Pi-incipal. Carri« Schaffer.  Primary, Mabel Clearwater-. '  Jonestown—Bertha Shields.  Vermillion Township. Premium—Florence O. Turner. ,  Opedee—Lee Roy Stewart.  Thomas—Eula Baker.  Newiin—Mary Morton.  Eggleston—Susie M. Thomas.  Horse Shoe—^Elsie Spurgeon.  Quaker—Principal. Ajarou I'oWiiß primary. Leatha Houchin.  Stumptown—Principal, Jolji si. Stahl; primary, Gertrude McCormacJu Eugene Township.  Whipple—Clara Fultz.  Eugene—Principal, James .H. .Day, grades 5 and 6, Roy Clark: gradej 3 and 4, Mary Devore; priraary--Lacy Morris.  Beech Flats—Bertha Black.  Portertown—Rose Wood.  Patrick—Daisy Dale.  Highland Tovynship.  Perrysville—Supt. D. R. Henryi. Asst. M. R. Cash, principal. Otic. C. Osborne: grammar room, NpHio Carithers; intermediate, Bessie San.-ders, primary, Mary Oompton. . .  No. 1—Abbie Davidson.  No. 3—A. J. Johnson.  No. 10—Grace J. Jones. ;  No. 11—Dale Beauchamp.  No. 112—PiTincipal, George IiartV enbrook; primary, Kate Sandr.  No. 13—E. R. Rabb. ?  No. 15—Clay Sager.  seven teachers, instead or six. The nufuber there has gradualiy increased. The totiil l..ruber for the townslup is now  Foiiowing is the list chose", as Slvea out by Trustee Val/.ah Reeder:  Fairview Park— Principal, Robert Gosnell: Margaret Ki-sley. Ethel Bro'.vn, Enid Frist. .\nmi Reese, Jennie James and Nii-i Cac-nine.  No 2, Spangler—Cora Ford, No o, Scott—Elbert GriFrz No. -1, East Union—Grovtv Barker.  No. 5, Hazel Blull—Room 1 Euth Teal : Bessie Smith.  No. t>, Smith—Room 1. C-etta James: Mabe! Payton.  No. 7, Wright's—Rooml, I^ertha M. Wright: Nema Haskell.  No. 8. Centenary—Rooui 1 ?2dith Clover, room 2, Adena Car.son.  No. i). Jacksonville— Bthci Wright.  No. 10, Sandytown—Rof.^. L, Clarence Church; Minnie He^.server» No. 11. West Union—Alva T, M. Hall. ■  No. 12, Coon IIoHow—P-:.uiine Clark. • .  No. 13, Syndicate— Anna Davis, No, 14, ' Klondyke He3j:Lts— iladge Coleman,  make use of the opportunity ta inspect their school aand bea-nme acquainted with the value o? Chi1~ tSan education as acquired .-uader the ' juridictioa of the pairaclvVwi ial method . ; i  I.  "bubbling" drinking fountain whidi wll be put in next week. Being a t>ublic institution, the ^Sisters are  Particular, attention will be given to music and fancy needlewortc, special '^ms b^ng reserved for those  studies nxLdec th« caret of expert deBirous taat tbe general piibUc;  MATR^SIA IN TROUBLE  Gioraiama iMatrasia, whose lease firom j/iili was procured by » petition^ afte^ the riots of IflO. was .fined and costs, in Justice Waiker's jjSourt, We^^ay, following a sJrap in which Resario Wa^ ciano firfured. A Carli' girl als».  tlM» case, but in jnfclt  figured,-'  wSiajt manner was oot clear to^i  norities^  A'scn .was,bom to Mr. and M.i^:   

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