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of Box Butte Couttty
and Citv of Alliance
The Alliance Herald
ALLIANCE. BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA i THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1912
of any Newspaper in
Mrs. Hoy Strong Is
week at the home of
father, .lohiii Strong, at
Mrs. Ire. Rentfro and eon of Bing
ham were in Alliance last week, com
ing to consult a phyelt tan for the
Mra. Jno. Kovarnik of
neighborhood has gone
several da ye' artay in St.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Kldred were
a part of the Garden county visitors
to the big stockmen's convention
R. II. Stevens and wife, of Ells
worth, were in Alliance Monday to
give their little three weeks' old son
Mrs. m. L. Hums of Bridgeport
came in on :!04 Monday for a few
daya' visit With Alliance friends.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Hasunian are
rejoicing over the arrival of a fine
Utile baby girl who recently ame to
make her home with them.
Mrs. f, M. C.ilbaugh of Binahani,
who lias been in St. Joseph Hospital
for several day haw gone to h e r
liome much improved in. health.
MUw (trace tJeiael whose home is
in Harnisburg, Pa., arrived in Alli
ance last Thursday for a. week"
vWt with her aunt, Mrs II C. Smith
The delivery wagon o!' the Alli
ance Steam Laundry has been treat
ed to a new- coat, of paint which
. ives it a mare city-fied nppenivinct .
Sam Nelson, who is a former res
ident of Alliance and who now live
at Genoa, Nebraska, was In our city
during the Stockmen's convention.
Mr. Nelson ks a talented band lead
er and he says he has a fine band
Before i lie Stockmen's convention.
Landlord H A. Bowman of The
Drake made a canvass of private
houees for reservation for lodgings
for his nu st , anticipating that
they would have more than could be
accomodated at the hoi el. He wifthew
to thank thoie w'io so kindly helped
him out of the emergency.
Mrs S. I). Watson returned to her
home at Spade, Nebr., Monday. She
ia one of Sheridan county's teachers
and had been attending Junior Nor
mal at Alliance. It. was necessary
for her to go home on account o f
her daughter's being called East, as
mentioned in another item.
Mrs. W. R. Harper left Tuesday
night for Ienver, from which place
she win go to Monte Vista. t!olo., her
former home, for a visit with friends.
After spending a few weeks in Colo
rado she will gx to Chioano to order
a. fall stock of milli'nery and secure
the services of an expert milliner.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. rlUftVM and
daughter Maude, of Lakeside, were
;i'iii ii; Hi:- unmix r who came in on
4:: last Friday. While in the ::y
Mr. Hughes favored The Herald with
on.' of his periodical calls for the pur
pose of leaving some ci"h on sub
scription and seeing how this advo
ca'e of progressive democracy waa
R. T. Watson received a telegram
Mcnday morning informing him tha
his mother MM very low and not ex
pet ted to live long. He left on 44
that day for St. John. Mich., to be
at iris mother's bed side before the
end came if possible. Hla niece.
Miss Virginia Watsen, of Spade, had
previously re eived word by letter of
her grandmother's illness and took
the train for the east at Ellsworth
Nick Vethulsus, who was operated
on for appendct itis a few weeks ago,
at St. Joseph Hospital, is making a
good recovery and will soon lie out
advertisements in The
don't forget the little
doubt you will find something
them that will interest you.
Mr.-. Belle Brown sablli'Ted to an
operation at St. Joseph Hospital on
Tuesday morning from whih she is
making a rapid recovery, for which
her many friends are very grateful.
Sister Winifred, who underwent a
very serious operation some days a
go a.t St. Joseph Hospital, is getting
along splendidly at this time, which
vi I be good new s for her many
Gecrge Smith from the Hubble
I' ll is in town for a ft w days be
ing treated for some bad cuts on his
hand and arm as a result of Cf.4BiH
ID contact with a barbed wire fence
John H Harvey of ISiiighani has
besn in Alliance for a few day re
ceiving medical treatment for a bad
ankle which will require considerable
tiTTie and pa ietK to restore to nor
Mrs. H. A. Bowman left Sunday
for Dead wood, where she went t o
attend the commencement exercts, -of
the training school for nut
of St. Joseph's hospital, from which
her daughter, Miss Mar1' Bowiuun,
graduated. Miss Bowman has been
urged to locate in Alllan-e to follow
tin. ,,." t' Mti4 A ,10 U t t Citl llllPU.i
i.t.ok I heui OVer. p,i - iarA HiitK.,,! In-nio
i -he will rrcbahly do s:).
K. I. Gregg Son have a
and span new delivery wagon
thev out into service in their
business the first of the week. H
was ordered through Newberry's
Herd ware Co.
Among the advertisements crowd
ed out of last week's Herald was
Ihwit nf Clavior A: Simmons.' harber
sho; and b-ttli house. It apt-ears in
CUm ifisue. Read it and aire Hum
a call h"ii wawMflU iriythinu in
Simonson. who makes ma
on ttie simojison rauen i -
got mixed up in runaway the
day and as u rt suit is cmuineti
bed with more or less urijurw
c-f a ISTloua
nature, but no broken
Mr. I'ick.ral of Spade, Nebraska,
Went to his home on Tnesdav lollow
llig a two weeks' ft ay in St' Joseph
Hospital where he underwent an op
erandi for hernia. He has many
to say lor those who ear-
while in the hospital.
ed for him
Friends of this paper can confer a
favcr upon it by favoring with their
patron ge those who favor us with
advertiseinen.'s. We believe that as
rale you will fare better by trad
ing with the business nun who ad
riise thru their home nt w -paper
thin by doing business with those
who do not. Generally thoi;? who
are liberal enough to u-e newspaper
advertising as a In Ip in building up
a good trade are liberal enough to
give you a square deal when patron
The mini-are! how given uuder
direction of Mrs. J. T. Wlker at the
optra house last Saturday n'.ght for
the benefit of St. Jo?jdi's Hospital
was a pronounced succets, and was
splendidly recelA'ed by the large au
dience in attendance. The Hej-ald
had previously given notice of the
entertainment and had intended to
publish the program In the iasue
pre ed'ne th ggrfaWBiMWft b'tt Bke
n number of other things whlh we
w;-hed to print last week it wa.-i
Rev. and Mrs. A L. (iodfrey are
spending a three or four weeks' a
at ion Very pleasantly among rela
tives and other friends at Albia and
Sigouniey, Iowa. They left Allian-e
on tneir trip last weeK. nuring nev.
iQodfrey'a ihtsnoi there win be no
preaching service at the United I'res
byterlai churcli. Sunday si hool and
Wednesday evening prayer meellng
will be held as usual, as will be
I M by txWMlMMI our d'-partnrat of
. hfurch snnounceoM nis.
We wish id ca'.l parti ular aiti.i
ion to the notice of deiiication of
the new Lutheran church at Alliaave
nixt Monday, as win iWn by
the al lele published ii :h:j i si '.
there will be three services. The
morir.ig and ex ning s Tvie: -. will
!:j (i ntu.ted in (ierman, but the at
: rM n i 'iviee will be ia Hag -h.
No doubt mauy KeraM readen wImi
CMHMM a t. -ad the uiorning and fsreo
ing servw will be glatl to stl m4
he afterncon servi .-., to Which th '
will be lieartily t 'tun id, M al-.
to the. German s ni is if they wi-h
(i ;ntend them albO
ante Meat Market. 20 Box Butts
avenue, has made It necessary for
the manager, C. E. Phillips, to se
cure additional help. Kd. HembOM
yf Rushville. who has worked at the
butcher's trade situ e ;t hoy. w :i s
highly recommended to Mr. Phillips,
accordingly he made an effort to se
cure his service, and fortunately suc
ceeded. Mr. Hembold arrheel last
week and took hio pda in the shop,
where he is giving excellent satisfac
tion. Mrs. Hembold ami little girl
will arrive next week and will make
their home 1n this city, rooms, hav
ing been rented of M. Bayer for a
realdence. The Herald Is pleased to
extend a cordial welcome to Mr.
Hembold and family.
During the Stockmen's convention
Mr. rid Mm. Peter Gergen of Craw
ford .ere guests of their former next
door aeighbors, Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Johnson, who accompanied them up
on their return home, remaining In
Crawford over Sunday. Mr. Gergen
is connected with the International
Harvester Co. He was transferred
from Alliance to ttheyenne about a
year ago, and from there to Craw
Two automobile loads of Crawford
itee atttnded the Stockmen's conven
tion. They were Mr. and Mrs. Iease,
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Thorsen, Mrs.
Mam I It on, Mr. anil Mrs. J. A. Peter
son, and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Gergen
and ilaughter Druciel. A third auto
mebile load headed this way from
Crawford, but were so captivated oy
the seen. iv along the route that they
failed to reach Alliance. After driv
ing around the country between t bi s
city and Crawford they returned
The Herald Is pleases! to learn
this afternoon of the improved condi
tion of Mrs. M. P. Nason, who has
been In a critical condith n for -several
days at St. Joseph Hospital,
where she underwent an operation
Wni. King now has the finest au
tomobile ever. It is a $:!,000 Nation
al, same make and same style as the
car that won first in Che big nati aal
rCf ivrently held at In lian.ipo.lis.
it arrived on Tuesday of this week
and w as at once put into coil mission.
A. If. and Clair B. Wilson, father
and son, came over to Alliance fr.jin
their Sheridan county raneh the lar-
tt r part c.t last week on business,
a part of wliiii was having some
printing done at The Herald ofjicf
While here Mr. Wilson, Jr.. pur !h I
ed a new Flanders automobile cf .las.
Heeler, the agent.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Watson were
visitors to the Stockmen's onven
tion. To the pleasure of attending
the celebration they added tha! of
a visit with Alliance friends, o 1
Whom they have a large DTjmher.
A. D. Weir is in town ttxlay on
his way to Kansas City, where he
will join Mrs. Weir, and from there
go to their home in Arkansas. Mr.
Weir informs The Herald that his
public sale yesterday went off splen
didly. Things sold lively and the
live stock espetially brought good
John King, youngest son of Win.
King,' who has been attending school
In Denver for the past several years,
returned to Alliance last week. John
has made quile a it. -nl in base
ball at the college where he aUftre'.etl,
ijl fn"-T he has ben offered a posi
",on with the Denver team of the
( tera Uartftts. a re-en. leatM
of the Denver Post gave him quit
a boost, his photograph being print
ed in the paper together with a rec
ord of his base ball prowess,
has not yet decided whether he
play ball this summer or not.
Missouri Statesman in Lead for Dem
ocrstlc Nomination for President
of the United States
GAY NOR LIKELY DARK HORSE
We had hoped to give our rentiers
the name of the democratic nominee
i for president in this Issue, but
not bin' tloin '.
The convention adjourned till 1
tonight without having made nomina
lCfcft On the content over temporary
chairman, W. J. Bryan was defeated
1) the election of Judge Alton B.
Parker; but since the election of
temporary chairman they have been
offering Mr. Brynn tin a silver plat
ter everything that comes up for
decision. The Herald would be
pleased o see them offer him
nomination for president again
JUNIOR NORMAL ENROLLMENT
List of Names by Counties, Arranged
Below we give a list of those en
rolled for the- Alliance Junior Nor
mal so far this year, a total of 145.
This liat does no; Include s 'veniteen
who attended the i mm y i:i- . itute bat
ditl no! enroll for the Junior Normal.
Including thes the to i. enrolled for
Imth its 162.
In the following list the largest
number is from Box Butt county, of
cciirse, the number being seven ly-
elght, aUitle mora then one-half of
Mie total Morrill i-ounty collies sec-
end with a splendid list of twenty
seven. Cheyenne and Seottsbliiff
counties tie for third place, with
Banner County 1
Box Bjtte Caunty 78
iiazei Beanatt, ai
l-awrt:. e Beck, Neva
Nell e BrOWS, Mrs. G. M.
Real Estate at a Bargain
I have farm and city property
to sell at a bargain
Out- 2 story luism.'ss building on Box Butte avenue- $f00
will bundle this: balance on easy terms.
Two bouses on Ktii Second Street H00 will bandle
One bouse in West Lawn. Price $700. Easy payments.
ne : room bouse, Duncan's Addition. Price $1200.
One homestead. 7." to 100 tons of bay. All under fence.
Two (i room bouses. si;i a month
One 4-room bouse, 11.
n' 10-room, model n. !;10.
W. S. Ridgell
Sheridan County 4
Helen Mnyvou. Kibe Sheffner, Mrs.
S. I Wateon. Besete Wintermute.
Sioux County 1
Mr. H. H. Keiiuuiid. Cam Co.,' Ma
TrneMlale, Witfhena, Kans.; Mre. C.
M Walton. W'ahoo, Nebr.; Dorca
Zum Hit. linen, Kirtley, Wyoming; Nt
He llakiT. HlHinKH, Montana.
Liberal Donations of Books and Per
iodical Publications for Use of
A GOOD EXAMPLE FOR OTHERS
UKI'OHT HI THK COMIITION OP
The First National Bank
I'llAIITKH No -(,
Alliance, hi tin- Stuie
iheelnm it buslnnm,
bine 4. 1S
I,e:ins mill iliiu-oiintt
Manager 0, c Smith ot Hi' M"
Mice Steaai l.auutlr haa beea inak
fcin i me kokprovenienta 'hat will be
a i,, ip In li indlmu the lare bOI I
tif that establiiibment. The
... k L
ilJ ilrv room ha neeu leiuaeti
Ity a n 'W ne of the hit i -t
lern 111 la ;:ies lllt'iu
3 111 I if .A..1..( 4JOtl ill.L uoihu "f
I JO rfiumi ni ..-.an o; . - .Mfiy t-' I
m Mtaoq Hujuiooi a ib ma u nu.w r.ui
udi umi .'is oau.iHi.) jo uoi()i
-li i 'Hii'M s.iv .m ; ... , i p M sdja
uy MT U JHiioq BlpJk u u .j4y
jmu punoj BMBOM nO(J jmaui .t(X
. .. H.
(By Prf. L. R. Waldron)
Alfalfa must be inot ulated.
Alfalfa cannot at and wet feet
Haifa Reed a well dra'm tl xol".
Aliaira s a p.vjr w. eu nsn-er iiie
t : . iiion.
Alfa'fii ih 1 not thrive wli'n
t. . h in
1.1 h' N
be cut Vaen tne
ntit b; cm wo late
flojr - Jia.
aul more rtwrni
ui o r
M . Wa'.iera ho hag a 1 1 . u i sul
ehnin near Hinxham was in Alliance
,,'i buataeaa Tuewlay and 'e-iliie-
She came from CMb 0 '" N'
4ra.-ka abmii 'i eara a;o fm the
null i.'-i- ot .. urinu a action of I'n
cle Sam's ilomaUi. Thin wa;s her
Mrat in to Alliance tince filing tai
n . rl
in th 4 !
':irl) U th
t h' r. w a'lv Ifi M
Ui of The Herald tf
Maiktt. of whivh J.
propr'etor. H . el n oi
week for the pan ha.-e -f
in ai in irW.t, utir hwi nt
Bei Mui : jivi a a- al I
rootK ko tU-'ep.
la the pilinjij
ii -t-ds a deep.
harte of ' he
n, .ir. ilub
Fourth .-tit :, I ik..i
aar.1'. tbturd a'".-: r
. . si
one of tn jtroiir irrn -:i nt
li ik Barb J;b a M f 'a:
1- . vh' i had a bin; rds whi' 't
4i ii in He in tn t iia'
ii will follow the same buaineM
pi .in -pit - (hit mide llial Biarkst i
pi -id'ar, : ely. a bin Hade by xeil-
;nv; on small mancim.
The Krowiuti bualne of the Alli-
is lies' seeip-d uitnout a
be h edetl with a
- l iH-tl
Alia If. i
n M rop.
Alfa If si h' uhl not
1 w ii . I abl ndletl.
Alfalfa ahould not be paatured
(he apriiiK, h-n starting growth
Alfalfa hi ards , ;t and paya
Alfa It i adil humus to the soil.
stal plows hard.
sod produces good crops
yielda art large.
hay represent quality.
be pastured uu
it e Hauer, (Jract
Burn.'i, Verity Ittjyer, BlfcatM 'h Cal
kins, LouIk Calkins, Mamie Calkins,
Menit Chaffee, Mabel 'olerick, Paul
Campbell, A lies Delsinn, K in in a
Doyle, Klsie Daly, DeTOM Diekio
8ci), HMna Don.jvan. Caroline Dickin
on. Orviile Davenport, Katie Krei
ninth. Julia Kratikle, Mailse Crahajn,
Kthel i rah am. Marjorie Oilman, A
dah Hill, Delia llolaten, l.ura Haw
ki -s, Violet Hadlt y, Arra Heath,
Asa Hubbel, Kthtl H mhry, F a y
lletiihry, Honnie llaaman, BettlM
rm n. Mffinr, .HaWiur. II ael Hick
ey, Attl" HttDMkeri l.rnn riowi'l
Iv u.- n, Z. H. Jen- v. Botow Jaw -
Grace Johut an, Ratph Johmon, ste'
la K'ster, Viole; Kernr. fly, Elsie
l.eaviit, Alforetta Laiiion. Charlotte
UollridC, I'aui ne MontcomefTi Leone
Hal Very, Bvalyn MeBonwjr, i I
Mounts. Marirn Mole, Kyrne Mft.ni,
J. V. Mollrina, May Na'lon. Nettie
Nation, AtBaOtftt Nabb, Tluresa ()'
Dotwcll, Helen I'utiiiiiu, Mra. W. It.
hate, li nc R'.e. Kloren Halls, Al
ma Ku-i'lilii i".'. r, Hazel Stuckey, Nell
Shi: .vsbuiy. Kretl Swiji. y. BMBM
Tash. Nell Tash. Je-Me Ta!tr. Net
tie I'hrig. MatUe Workman, Kva Wil
son, Merle WdHvr, Klvli-a Wlliam ..
Cherry County 4
Ih n n '.e Dorroimli. Muirl Horro auh,
l.aan PreC . Marnuer'.tt Stewart.
Cheyenne County 9
Claiice Halm, A J. Hibauil. J II
I'.irdw.ll, (.oren-e DugKer, A n n a
Ke iit. Hanna Heiarit lis, I4MIM Jtihu
n. n, Julia It liu. Hertha Sp - km ll
Dawes County 4
O'.ive Harris, lah l.tflnona, M,n
la U1SS1I, Opha IjCOMMM
Garden County 1
Hooker County 2
Miry Cooley, II A. Cowan.
Morrill County 27
Mamie Acker. Flo Hrennali, I .eon a
nnouelt, I H Hall. IMwartl Krubak
er, Ktlna Ik'aucliuiiip. Kxiher Clark
lunula Covah, Maud iH-kault, Myrtle
Orooms. Kaiher tilau. Helen Cruhaui.
I. ma Ooodmau. Nellie Hanna. le-.-ie
K tup. (i. V. Korell. Min Haittie
Kulil. Stella Lawivnce. .Maurice
Mitofaell, Tbuiea Mooref Hd. Cee-tlkt
Milk. Qraee Neiahlairs. Wiie O'
Neal. Crecii s heuit l eii.uht tlfflora,
Aliiiry Wh'iaker. Bertha Vanstfta.
Scottsbiuff County 9
Helen lie et, ti. Opal Bowen, Mar
garet l-tah. Vira Horn. Sadie Horn,
Kl:renre Johnson. Leone Noiile. An
toineil. elands. Uutli jjtou.
The book committee of the Public
Library wiahea to gratefully acknow
ledge the receipt of the booka and
periodicale liatetl below.
"Saturday Evening Poat", "Chica
go Record HeTald", and "In the Am
azon Jungle", preaen by the I. O.
Christian Science Monitor and
Journal", presented by the ladies ef
th Christian .Science Churcli.
"Homance of. the Colorado Klver",
pr. sen ted h the B. of L I, and L.
The folio wing books pre lent ed by
the Degree ot' Honor Ixidge: "ITtnce
of India' , Wallace: ' IVler "v SmUh ;
"Truxton King", MtCuteheon; "The
HU". NorHe; "Ben Blair", Lilli-
britlge; "The Stowaway Olrl", Trary;
C'TeBS of the Storm Country", White;
tfair at the Inn", Wiggins; "Quia
I cy Adams Sawyer' , I'idgln; "Kreck
j les", POtteTl "Two Uum Saxagea",
FORDS SELL FAST
tordlug to the Dewdwc-d I'lo
n -TrTTT a car Itwd of Kord auto
BtMN received by the agent at that
place were soltl ou- l.umetiiately and
an her ear ltwd ordered at n.r e
Th-re were "pven autoa la the laed.
I ivertlruftx. siTiircil ami uiiM'i'iireil -irr i
I). H. Ixnitls tti wn'ure -Irt'tilatlon . : 00c
f H. Koudxto secure II. S.ipoxitii i.ooo mi
KmikliiK house, fiirnliiire iintl Hn-
, lures lO.tKJtMK
Due from iisiimiHl lutnkx
unit rexerve aveiilsi ti..K, :4
line friim SI ate anil Pi Ume
Hsiikxanii pan Tenet
Companies, ami Saving
. Haiika ......'., l.ittl
Hue from upprot ed nuefTe
I 'hecks mill otheressli Items 411
KM-liwageefori It-xrlns-HoiiKs 4TO40
N of other uutiiill
I rn.-lloiml wper I'lirreui'y,
nickels siid cents n,
Ian mi, JHSIKT Hk.srkvk im
i ''.' 9:mss:
I.. .Hi I. le, i s .tM,
t'uii mid .-.lull! ciiKnge o.",il r.
Kxdemptlon fund wlih r.
t I n ssiiri-i i .- i-ent of
I m tw
i i ean.i ties:
i. i i.i In
t unlliil iloi'k
I'milvliled uriiHIx. lesHev pen-ten u ml
luxes "i al
National Inn. I. notes mil sUtntlliig
Uu i other Mul l llankx. fa.019 to
Due io Mine in, PrlwiiH
liuok mill llunkris, 4,74 ?u
Intiirldiiiil deptMltx .,,1,
lees to chtx k -aM M
llemuml iTi t Iriiuites of i,-
utwll ... 4,01;, x
I 1111 -r ill. a ! . of i,.,,,s H.I. Jiih (ti
l ulled Stales (lc-lls l UOnim
' .'41 84
T"U'I IKIX'I is
STATK iK NKIIKASKA I
1 'utility of Box Untie. I "
LS. K. Wxrrl.k. ( ashler of tbr utiot v niimetl
bunk, no solemnly swear H al the above
StateWSWl Is irom m tin. l-st of mv knowledKe
ami la Ii. i s K. llltii k. t thkl .
I B As. K. Kokii. ,
it. M. 11 1 wni larotiofsj
r. .1. v I
Satassrlbed mm swore u
day of June. I'.'i .'.
lii foM- tills -.li,t
NOTICE TO HOTEL PATRONS
The Drake Hotel has U-'Ui- the
order of their Bi.ai- Hereafter reg
ular dinner vi!l be nerved from 6
to k p. ill. and lunch at 110011, with
HlC .x.cpMoi. thai on Sundav will
Vive regular dinner 11 n :on. W
iukitt your preset, e. Klmlly re
scue tab!-. 4 early in th w -k.
1 1 UBMI Ul llToS.
A. J. KENNEDY
lOtoce in Alliance National Hank Uk
1 i.ite 91.
T :1"l M 1: I t -V -r7 .-' 4
Curtis Bent and
at K. I. (ircga Ar
(i. i h's Best
Sou h Bvery
j' 1 1 1 348
All k II I'
ll! sit 11, lU
I'll;. lie 155.
Dr. J AS. P. r.AXVlELl
OVER BRE'NNAN S DRUG ST. ORE.
All electrical F.quipment
Evenfgs by Apoiiitnient y
HONE r"& RED
Cf feed. 1 ii; iuall'.lty
K L Oregg ei Son s
IV4. L.W. B0V4VN
Two rooms for
acit.sa t he st ret
s.ore. I'hone 1
linht ho is. keeping
1 r o in liarlliiK'f
Offivj Upstairs. First National 9an
:tks of prui t rlwi
s-ootls io e. hang' for real property.
Write for full particulars. U. S Bt
est im in ci New York l.fe
ithla , Katwea city. Mo
YOUNG MEN'S BIBLE CLAfjS
The Y. M. B. S. C will m.et at
the home of Jay Van.e on Kriday
v,iu ua. June -S'i, All t.Min; uu-n
lnereatd ill the aerloua study of the
Bible are cordially lnlted to attend.
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