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Abbeville Press and Banner (Newspaper) - March 24, 1909, Abbeville, South Carolina I the dog Market at Baguio the i re no More mail on floor. The a simple and yet convenient device that will be found useful in w offices has been patented by a Boston in to to to . to will not deface door. Man. This is a letter Catcher twist can be affixed to the office door and will catch the mail As it is dropped through the Slot. The device is a net fastened to a circular rim of me Al or Wood. Two Hooks shaped roue thing like the letters hold the Frame in place on the door one end of the Hooks holding the rim and the other end passing through the letter drop. With this receptacle in position the mail drops into it instead of on the floor and is in no danger of being torn when the door is opened in the morning As is sometimes the Case where there is a Large pile of letters lying in the Way. Another advantage of the contrivance is that it can be put up or taken Down in an instant and does not scratch or de face the door in any Way. It need not hang in position during the Day 1 if considered unsightly or in the Way. Uduc Cau be Iuliu plate Wuhu the owner leaves the office at night. N Philadelphia record. Improvement in screws. Everybody practically knows How difficult a screw is to drive. As Many inventors have been striving for the solution of this vexatious a i i problem As Are to Day striving for the g solution of Aerial navigation. The Patent office is deluged with screw w Drivers intended to grip the head of amour heavens we have run , Don t make such a fas time you have Ever been in a motor car pointless paper Box. Rai the time was not Long since when the the Purchase of All liquid or Semi t1 liquid commodities was restricted to such persons As were willing to carry a a Pitcher or bowl in which to put on them but at the present time it is or possible to transport almost anything the of this nature in paper boxes. The Thi 5 i is first innovation of this character was the the Box in which it was designed to cd convey the masculine peace offering of a half a dozen Fried oysters and from this origin the use of the Pic paper Box has extended until its the 1 10, in the Philippines. Tiest of to Day. Be screw and hold it of joking the fact that the fault 1 Ith the screw head and Slot acadian inventor now brings be final and greatest of All rec a movements in screws the sussed head. As shown in the ill action it consists of a Square Hole in head of the screw and a Stu. Intel Driver which fits tightly allowing the operator to drive Rew easily safely and accurately in most difficult places or even the dark. It adds much to the Arance of the finished work and tactically indestructible As drives not injure the screw in any a is claimed that this screw can Iven As rapidly As an Ordinary n furniture manufacturers electrics id builders will find this screw improvement Over the common Sere imitating the losses now suffer of the slipping of screwdrivers f their slots. He new refuse receptacle of Paris. So waste baskets of used on the boulevards. Aste receptacle in the Bois de be Logne. Opre. F Over somebody s. People will think it s the fir Pele Mele. Age of usefulness is almost unlit d. Even live fish Are carried 2m, but in such capacities As the 3 life of the Box is guaranteed f somewhat limited period of tin by which however is general la enough to answer All purpose e weak Point of these construes is at the joint and to Over Cor is a Box has been designed which t out of a solid Sheet creases in to a aboard being made so that the b shaped without any cuts or Perfo on in the in. Later Powers Are Good to own attention to the value of wat were is urged by the geologic Rev. It is claimed that no Ter Powers Are being bought i extremely Low valuations Ai ners of such Powers should 1 Ide aware of their value and to 3m for better Livator. The railroads of this country or y More Telegraph operators thu � Telegraph companies. V a gentleman preaching and practising different propositions. While it will be readily admitted that the Farmer s life can be made one of Drudgery if he inclines let it Drift that Way it is equally True that it can be made quite As enjoyable As the average business life although perhaps not quite As Desir Able a Road to immediate wealth the subject was brought to mind by a Story related by one of a party sit Ting together the other evening the relator having been a party to the incident. It seems that a professional Man at the time Well known to Manj citizens had conceived the idea of establishing a Model farm not Over a Hundred Miles from Hartford had built an immense barn after the most approved style erected a three Hundred ton capacity silo had become. Interested in Fine Stock including or High class poultry and the like inies deed was starting at the top of a ladder that others had been climbing jut with the cautious step of experience. It matters seemed to to going swim re mingle and the Farmer was branches ing out in every direction. In time in he thought to add another line that ire of Breeding pigs. He communicated to with the Story Teller who at the time a us lieu eau a Muus Auu or Muic us in various Ages and Breeds and he in dropped around at the Model Farmer s in place to negotiate a Sale. Just Here is is where the object lesson comes in no the pig owner met the intending a. Buyer in his study attired in an Elebe Gant House jacket his shapely feet ii. Encased in Patent leather slippers and is his entire get up indicating the an gentleman of Leisure. He desired to a Start in with one Hundred Swine in a de a unfit. Advised by the experienced it Man that he had better take a less number until he had experience the visitor was gently informed that the buyer perhaps knew what he wanted. The Deal being accomplished the two fell to talking about business in Gen. Eral and farming in particular t i there is no need of a Man doing i Drudgery on the place i prefer to be i a gentleman Farmer remarked the newly fledged and proceeded to explain How easy it was to remain one.3 or j a i �11.i/ime Wenala us Way. Me sewer of the pigs Bethought himself of the gentleman Farmer who had started near the top of the ladder and took a Leisure hour to drop around and see him. No one being in sight about Tea place the visitor sauntered Down to i the barn. As he neared the Entrance he heard an emphatic voice evidently addressing its owner. The entire Dairy Side of the Beautiful barn seemed permeated with Blue flame i As he got closer the pig seller was surprised to recognize the usually Model voice of the new Farmer. Entering the cattle barn he was surprised to observe the owner whose earlier acquaintance had been made be while he was attired in an elegant dressing Gow cocked up on milking Stool coaxing the Lac Teal fluid from the Container while he made the air Blue with something Akin to Effort at apology Wae met with a Hearty of Don t mind me if it is any Relief to you go ahead i surely Don t blame it seemed that the men immediately concerned in the milking had gone off on a time leaving the gentleman Farmer at his wits end to get out of the difficulty. Later on the whole system went wrong. The men tired of the the Man higher up and sought work elsewhere the Stock grew thin and a remunerative while the really inspired this object came to devouring each other to keep from at Irvinc the moral is easily pointed. Better Start at the Bottom of the ladder and let experience govern the upward climb rather than feel that a fairly Good Bank account along with absolute ignorance of the work to be undertaken will help a newcomer to outstrip the mature Farmer who a has Given years to the study and practice of a profession that needs much besides real Money to make Cour ant. Poetry in United states. It is a mistake to believe that there i is not just As Good poetry turned out so in the United states now As in those a far off Days. Twenty years ago some publishing House we do not recall the name issued a volume entitled the humbler poets which was a collection of verse from persons unknown much of it culled from the newspapers. Rarely will be found crowded into one Small volume such a meritorious collection. One can scarcely pick up a newspaper to Day without finding at least one poem that is worthy of is the peculiarity of the age that makes poetry so Little exists the same Tod Ayas it Ever has and Ever will. Love is the same nature is the same and there Are Many instead of few who Are Able to stir the emotions with their verse. They who weep because this is not St an age of poetry Are the ones the Are constantly wishing for the Good old Days that exist Only in fancy. there Are no Days so Good As Pittsburg Post Lis or proof that dreams come True a yes a i Goin to move to Morrow said Bertha the coloured Wash so Eroman. Yes a i snowed it Las c week. I dreamt it. When Evah i to dream of Packin my trunk1s and Gettin ready to go some Heah. File land and he comes the be y nex 3x week of the rent. Yes a i m go Iii a to More m heaven on Earth. Heaven consists of desiring from the heart Good for others More than or for one s self and in serving them a j with a View to their happiness Nolls from any selfish aim of obtaining re i Mun ration but out of love.swed1 clip nose using modern umbrellas. In the chinese Are giving up the Usa of their old oiled paper umbrellas and a great number of foreign made a umbrellas Are used of which Ger in Many and Japan Supply the bulk. Sinn Oil company hot guilty of rebel Lens verdict of the Federal court in Chicago. Judge instructs the jury government Defeated in the famous Case in which the Fine of $29, 000,000 was imposed by judge Landis. Chicago Anderson decide to instruct the jury in the Standard Oil Case to find the company not guilty. The decision was announced at Tho close of an argument by assistant District attorney Wilkerson and the jury was immediately summoned and instructed to return a verdict of not guilty. This Means that All but two of the pending indictments against the 3tandard Oil company of Indiana Are void and will to abandoned by the government. The two cases not affected by this action Are cases involving the shipment of 1915 carloads of Oil from Whiting to Evansville ind., via Dol conjunction Over the Chicago and Eastern Illinois Railroad. The prosecution which ended in failure after having once been tried by judge k. M. Landis whose decision was reversed by the court of aps peals had its beginning August 27, 1906. I ten indictments were returned by i Federal grand jury charging the Standard Oil company of Indiana Vith accepting rebates from railways in. Shipments of Oil from Whiting. Demurrer to two of these involving shipments Over the Chicago and Eastern Illinois Railroad and connecting roads to grand Junction Tenn., were sustained fad the indictments were quashed. The remaining Bills were demurred to but the demurrer were overruled. Two of the eight indictments involve shipments Over the Chicago and Alton Railroad from Whiting to East St. Louis one containing 19011 ounts and the other 134 counts. It was the 1903 count indictment on which the Oil company prosecution seas based. With 146 counts allowed to stand the Case went to trial before judge Landis March 4, 1907. The trial took six weeks and resulted in a vejr1jict of guilty. Arts Montr for it new trial wifi Fri heard and a motion for a new . On August 3, 1907, judge Landis imposed his famous$29,240,000 Fine. On Appeal the Case went to the c. S. Circuit court of appeals and was argued a year ago. The decision 3f the court of appeals reversing judge Landis and remanding the Case for a new trial was Given july 22, 1908. Bank wreckers made useful they find big errors in Pennsylvania Penitentiary books v unearthed in Riverside Penitentiary wer made Public after a meeting of the prison inspectors. It is admitted that the prison books show a discrepancy of $27,000. The inspectors sent out a Call for Warden William Mcc. Johnston who has been away from the prison some Days presumably in Ohio to return and try to fix matters up. A novel feature of the affair is that it was a Trio of the most notorious Bank wreckers in the history of Penn 6 Ivania serving terms in the prison who discovered the faults in the Bonks. Some Days ago Henry Reiber who stole at least $1,500,000 from the Farmers Deposit National Bank of Pittsburg was put on the books. He found the Breaks and called for help to verify them. Billy Montgomery who wrecked the Allegheny National Bank of Pittsburg and Rhinehart who put the Farmers Ana drovers National of Waynesburg out of com Mission were put on the ,1ob. The three experts decided that matters should be reported to the inspectors which was done. Cuthbert ga., wrecked. Attendance at revival meeting saves lives of Many citizens. Cuthbert. the business District of this place a mass of ruins in the Wake of a terrible Cyclone which killed six persons and injured at least thirty others the authorities Are making plans to restore order out of the chaos into which the town has been plunged. All the dead Are negroes most of the dwelling houses being razed in their Quarter. That there were not Many More victims is due to. The fact j that Many of the residents were attending great revival meeting now in Progress Here. Between seventy five and one Hundred dwellings and business house3 were demolished. Cuthbert is a town of about 3500 inhabitants and the county seat of Randolph county. Americans released from jail. H. P. Smith f. W. Updegraf and Fred Wood the american mine officer who killed one mexican and wounded three others for stealing Ore have been released on Bond from the prison at Grau Adios Mexico by the efforts of the american consular agent. Kills himself abroad. Oliver Bray an american student of Medicine at Vienna Austria who went from Berlin to continue his studies committed suicide. He was suffering from a serious nervous s father is said to live in Pennsylvania. Samuel r. Elkins dead. Samuel r. Elkins. Brother of sen Ator Stephen b. Elkins of West Vir Ginia died in Columbia mo., aged sixty two. He was postmaster the for sixteen years. Among the workers. Postof lice clerks have chartered a new Union at Atlanta a. I operative plasterers at Ottawa. Canada organized recently. The general lockout of tailors in Switzerland has been settled. A new Union of blacksmiths has been formed at Sherman Texas. I the workers compensation act la to be reintroduced in the Manitoba legislature. The women operators of the trunk Telephone department at the Leeds England general Postof lice have i organized. 1 i score Al uhf tar Nav business Section of Brinkley Ark demolished by storm and fire. Physicians nurses and fire fight ing apparatus rushed to stricken District. Memphis people were Siuea in a disastrous Lorna which Brinkley Ark., a Tow of 4000 inhabitants. The bodies o four White persons were recovered two More Are said to be in the ruin of the town and the number of Dea negroes is variously estimated at be tween Twenty and fifty. Fire adde to the horror caused by the wind an the entire town was destroyed. The property loss according to conserva Tive business men of the town Wil reach above $1,000,000. The known dead Are Porte Foote j. L. Starrett Henry stove All or. Mrs. Phillips mrs. Belle Den Charles Frenze or. And mrs Hood miss Clara Rose. A daughter of t. W. Bunch one of the wealthiest citizens of the town was reported dead. With the first Relief trains fron Helena Forrest City and neigh Boring owns went All the available fir fighting apparatus but the destruction of the waterworks at Brinkle practically rendered them useless an the conflagration burned itself out. Among the buildings destroyed were the stations of the Rock Island Arkansas Midland and Cotton Bel railroads. In the latter building Thi Telegraph operator t. N. Kinnell Aiu a lineman named Richards Weri caught by the falling timbers by were not Hurt to any extent. Whei they had crawled out from the ruin they walked. Wheatley a Towi about two Miles from Brinkley an sent out the first word of the Dis Aster. Kinnell s message told that All Thi Railroad tracks passing through Brinkley were blocked by the fallen Walls of the stations and by smal outhouses and Trees which Wen blown across the rails by the storm. With the fire rapidly Licking us the piles of debris there was Ever indication that Brinkley would by nothing More than a smoking pile o ashes. R Forrest City Twenty Miles East o Brinkley was the first town to sen Aid. A special train was made i there and loaded with All the doctor in town 100 nurses and helpers Anc the fire companies with Hose Anc several engines started for Brinkley nearly the entire state 0f Arkansaw suffered to some degree from Thi High wind. Fences and Trees Weri blown Down but the heart of the storm seemed to concentrate 01 Brinkley and expended All its fur there. The Tornado crossed the Arkansaw River at four Che dam and raised i spout of water about 200 feet High it passed toward the Northeast Anc swept a path about sixty Yards Ide the Tornado was followed by a Vio Lent Hail and rainstorm which Lastoc throughout the night. The Sami storm passed into Barcum and fron there to Kerr in Lonoke county where several houses were demolished. Relaxing rigor in Russia. Capita punishment and courts mar tial to be abated. St. Petersburg government has determined to Abate the infliction of capital punishment the application of martial Law i Ordinary crimes. The improvement in the general condition of the count renders this possible. The judicial department of the ministry of War has sent a circular to the District courts martial recon mending the Transfer to the Civi courts of All cases that can be set tied in these tribunals. The death penalty will be imposed Only in the most serious cases and after careful consideration of All the evidence. The carrying out of this Reform was strongly urged upon emperor Nicholas by m. Kho Yakoff presi Dent of the Duma at a recent Audi 9nce. Ruth Bryan gets divorce. Tells court w. H. Leavitt did Noi contribute toward her support. Lincoln neb. After testifying that her artist husband had failed to support her Ruth Bryan elde3i daughter of William j. Bryan obtained a divorce from w. H. Leavitt who married her against the wishes of her father. Mrs. Leavitt came to court with Hei Mother. She was the first witness called and after telling of her marriage five years ago she said Hei husband had not contributed to Hei support for More than a year. \ mrs. Bryan gave similar testimony and no defense being offered judge Cornish promptly signed the decree o divorce. Meat will be cheaper. So says j. Ogden Armour and h ought to know. Atlanta will be cheaper this summer said j. Ogden Armour who passed through at ants ill ins private tar. Meat is High too High at present he continued but this is because of the increased Cost of feeding 3toctjust now. It follows that when Corr is High meat is High. This summer to expect the Price of Corn to go an aerodrome record. Flip Silver Dart covers eight Miles in 11 minutes 15 seconds. Baddeck n. eight Miles in eleven minutes and fifteen seconds Douglas Mccurdy in his big aerodrome the Silver Dart established � new record in the work of the Aerial Experiment association which is conducting a series of flights Here under he general direction of or. Alexann Engraham Bell. Suicide s daughter ends life. Miss Dot Thomas of Booneville Ark committed suicide in a hotel at Nashville Tenn. She was a daughter 3f e. W. Thomas of Booneville the committed suicide three years ago. Castro and wife Are exiled. The venezuelan envoy to France announced at Paris that president Gomez Lias forbidden either Castro or his wife to return to Venezuela. Battleship Ivea Sarge returned. The battleship Kearsarge arrived it Philadelphia Navy Yard after its trip around the world. I i nes Iff Etone Hundred of Massachusetts coast artillerymen Iii. Washington organization which Man Ages ceremonial faces a deficit this year. E Washington d. of 800 o members of the Massachusetts coast n artillery organization who came to if Washington and participated in the i inaugural Parade no less than 100 s Are now ill at their Homes in most d cases with pneumonia As a direct res suit of their experience in Washington. D the members of this organization e were especially unfortunate. They were quartered in Washington in the .1 National Rifle armory and there were not even cots provided for them r so they slept As Best they could on t the floor. On inauguration Day they were held two or three hours in line i. Waiting for the Parade to form and r move and finally they marched about t ave hours most of the distance in 3 Snow and slush and a biting wind. It was a fearful experience. The a Washington authorities had cleared s away the Snow irom e Avenue but on the other streets which made up the Parade s route the Snow was in the main untouched. One member of this organization has already died another is reported dying and several More Are considered in the gravest danger. These Are by no Means All the fatalities the inauguration fete has caused. It is estimated that a Complete Roll will show a score or More of lives sacrifice to the performance. Even this is not so serious As were the results of the last Cleveland inaugural Wicen about seventy five lives were yielded up to pay for the . The Washington organization which had charge of the inaugural arrangements faces in addition to other troubles a deficit. A big fund was guaranteed and the guarantors will have to pay considerable assessment sin addition to their subscriptions., the revenues Are Sec red in the main from Sale of inaugural Ball tickets and tickets to the big concerts in the pension building for two or three Days after the inauguration. This year both these occasions proved unfortunate because of the bad weather and the disgust of the people. It has been seriously proposed that the people of Washington refuse four years hence if there is no legislation to charge the Date of inauguration to put up Money for the inaugural festivities. It is by no Means certain that this would deeply impress ,but it would relieve Washington of its apparent responsibility for the unfortunate results of the occasion. Josie Mansfield in poverty. A woman for Sake of whom Fisk was killed May enter Convent. Sioux Falls s. ,Mansfield, the once famous new York Beauty of the seventies for the Sake of whom Emron a Emlres killed colonel Jim Fisk is a resident of Watertown s. D., and has been for the last seven years and is known As mrs. Mary Lawler. She is now about seventy years of age and is practically helpless As the result of a stroke of paralysis. She is penniless and is dependent upon Charity for support. A fund is being j raised to Sand her to an old women s1 Home but she has practically decided to enter a Convent to pass her remain1ing years. Her brother m. Flint of Watertown died suddenly about two Yea s ago of heart disease. He had neglected to deed to her a Little Cotta e he had erected for her and this has 1 now been sold to the highest bidder with his other property. J Florida s keel is Laid. J rear Admiral Goodrich s daughter r starts work on battleship. Brooklyn n. ceremonies " of laying the keel of the 21,000-ton battleship Florida were held in the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Construction work on the newest of the great warships was started in a t drizzling rain by Little Gladys Goodrich daughter of rear Admiral Cas Par f. Goodrich the Navy Yard �. Nimni Anifant. She fastened a Silver = Ine beneath the name plate with Silver nails and afterwards put v Bolt in two keel plates. She was assisted in her work by several playmates mostly children of officers attached to the Yard. Many officials including the Admiral cheered the youngsters As they hammered the Silver nails into place. Pioneer pulp maker dead. F a. Remington 82 years old built the first Mill. Watertown n. . Remington eighty two died in this City. He was the Pioneer of the Wood pulp Industry of Northern new York and the Remington paper company was. The first to manufacture in this paper exclusively from Wood that i is ground Wood and sulphate thereby greatly decreasing the Cost of paper manufacture. I this was accomplished in 1ss7 in the Remington Mill a now owned i by the International paper company. The method was at the time regarded As impracticable by the majority of paper makers. Broker sentenced. Sent to Auburn prison for theft of$72,000. 1 Buffalo. N. g. Meadows of the brokerage firm of mead3ows, Williams & co., of this Cit which recently failed was sentenced to Auburn prison for not less than 1 5 Vin n r line l three years Usu Mumro Nui i More than six years and three. Months. Meadows was convicted of stealing $72,000 from William e. Silver spoon of Buffalo in a Stock transaction. Cost of old age pensions. The estimated expenditure of $43."00.000 for old age pensions in the coming year in great Britain has t caused an equal increase in the civil service figures. In 1908-09 these were $26s,500,000, while in 1909-10 the sum of $312,000,000 will he required. Former congressman Dies. Washington f. Willcox. Formerly congressman and one of the l it known Public men of Connecticut died at his Home in Essex. Conn. Or. I Willcox was born in Killingsworth August 22, 1s34. " m Uji i latest news. I � by wire. _ Bay state kills suffrage. / Boston Bill designed1 to Grant equal suffrage to women was rejected by the legislative committee on constitutional amendments. The vote stood 8 to 4. I Vicour bars Salome. Kansas City Gertrude Hoff / Man the actress was enjoined by the circuit court Here from presenting her Salome dance. A. Jails Joy new York him a \ Joy rider judge Rosalsky sentencedcharle3 r. Terrell of Mill Lotel no. 3, to six months in the Penitentiary. Terrell stole a Motoi Cycle from a Friend and pawned it. Waddell asks divorce. St. Louis a petition for of Vorce has been filed by George Edward Rube Waddell the baseball " Pitcher. V a Des Moines wants girls. Des Moines of the greater Des Moines committee have determined to import 500 girls from new York and put them at work in the local factories. This action was taken at a meeting of the committee when several factory owner declared that they have not enough girls available to conduct their industries. I son and daughter heirs. will of the Lata mrs. Abbyi7. Eddy which disposes of an estate valued at, has been probated Here. With the exception of $8500, the entire estate la Given to Spencer f. Eddy her son and her daughter Catherine e. Beveridge wife of senator Beveridge. Mrs. Beveridge also receives the residence in Michigan avenue.-. Delia s. Field a sister is appointed executrix. Colonel Tucker retired. ? Washington d. of War Wright As a last act in his administration disposed of the Case of colonel William f. Tucker who was examined by an army Board at chicag ofor retirement. The announcement was made on behalf of the pres ident that the colonel was unfit for Active service on account of cirrhosis of the liver. old will probated. Boston will which has been pending in the probate cot Frt since 1863 was allowed by judge Mclntyre by ordering the bequest of John ashton., of Newton amounting to $22,000. be paid to the soldiers Home in Chelsea. The delay of Fortys Itears was Over the question of what state institution should receive the bequest. Which was made to the Massachusetts Hospital for wounded soldiers. Forger Hawley arrested. Boston c. Watson who the police say has Nade $1,000,000by fore Fries in Twenty five years and is known under More than 400 different names has been arrested in Chicago on complaint of the Boston authorities. Chief William b. Watts says that Watson s real name is Rober Alexander Hawley that he has operated in nearly every Large City in the United states and has served numerous prison sentences he is said to be a native of Virginia but makes his Home in Philadelphia. Prize Beauty. Wants a divorce. St. Louis mrs. Lily Schubert Schlange has filed suit Here for a i sub Vorce from Eugene m. Schlange. The plaintiff alleges desertion and Humilis v action and neglect of their Little daughter. The plaintiff who is a Niece of the wife of Augustus Busch a was prominent in society and won the 7 v second Frize in a Beauty contest Here two years ago. � ii by Cable � find mrs. Sargent s wards. police have discovered the whereabouts of the three children who were adopted some time ago by or. And mrs. Sargent now under arrest charged with cruelty. One of these Jean Ducasse who was born at Versailles in 1902, is being cared for in Brooklyn n. T., and the two others in London at the expense of the Sargents. The magistrate before whom the Case came appointed three doctors to examine into the mental condition of mrs. Sargent. U. S. Cavalrymen believed slain. Manila p. is reported that lieutenant Harry l. King first cavalry a. S. A., and a detachment were slain while mapping Luzon by head Hunters. Servia looks to Powers. foreign office Haa been advised that Servia regarding a sufi Dement of her controversy with Austria Hungary expresses her willingness to leave the Protection of her interests to the Powers. V was missing sails for x. Y. Naples. p. Fitch of Council Bluffs Iowa who disappeared last october and was foun

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