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EL PASO HERALD
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Mining News of the Great Southwest
STRYCHNINE POISON FOUND IN
0 MEAT ON MM Ri
Clovis Contractors Secure
Contract "Work Starts
on New Church.
Marfa, Tex., March 14. An attempt
at "wholesale poisoning- -was recently dis
covered at the Cleveland ranch near
Marfa. By accident, a quantity of meat
which had been butchered and salted
down was found to contain poison. The
discovery -was made by D. L. James,
who gave some of the meat to the
ranch dogs, one of which died and the
others were made violently sick. He
brought a piece of the meat to a local
physician at Marfa, for examination,
who pronounced it poisoned with
strychnine. A large quantity of salt
kept at the ranch for stock' purposes
was later examined and found to con
tain the same kind of poison. An at
tempt is being" made to locate the per
petrators, but no clue has yet been
MesBrs. P. A. Humble and I. "V.
Humble came in from Balmorhea, Tex.,
Carrizozo, N. M.. March 14. The con
tract for the erection of the $30,000 jail
and court house to be erected here has
been awarded to Beoth, Bechtel Co.,
contractors of Clovis, and the work
will be started soon.
If present plans carry, Carrizozo will
soon have a sewerage system. The
chamber of commerce has met and
appointed a committee of permanent
business men to &c to El Paso and
confer with the officials of the B. P. &
S W- to. see if an arrangement can
not be made for the city to connect
with the company large sewerage
system at this point.
A force of men is here from EJ
iaso overhauling the ce plant and in
stalling new machinery, and the man
agement states that it will be prepared
to manufacture ice this season.
TVork has been started on the new
Baptist church whlcn will be erected
at a cost of about $7000. The contract
calls for completion April 15.
A meeting will be held here tonight
for the purpose of organizing a baseball
team. Carrizozo has sufficient material
for a fast team.
Engineer T. F- Blount has been
transferred from El Paso to Carri
zozo and is assigned to an engine be
tween here and Duran.
Machinist Chas. Bell and wife are
spending a few days In El Paso.
Hostler Jerry Kelley is laying off
for ten days and visiting in Vaughn,
Mrs. J. E. Tompkins, wife of en
gineer Tompkins, is here from Tucum
carL Engineer C S. Jones and wife are
Car repairer I. I. Cavender has re- Jad been flourishing earlier in the day.
turned from a several days stay at According to Phelps, ne saw the move-
Tecolote. ment ana sprang in between her and
The bridge and building department the gun whereupon she picked up a
of the Southwestern is here today with pickle bottle, filled with rice, and
a force of men to go up the Capitan struck the officer over the head with
branch to repair a bridge which was it, cutting several deep gashes. It
IN OBAR COUNTRY
Dies From the Effects.
Poison Is Also Found in
Meat IS Griven tO DOg and It recently. They left for the Candelarla
o not snrinET for a sfvrnl months' so
P. D. Anderson, of the Marfa Realty
comDanv. has returned from a trln to
! New Orleans and Memphis, and a visit
to his parents at Oxford, Miss.
Sheriff M. B. Chastain left recently
for Marlin, Tex., to take treatment for
rheumatism at the hot wells.
Rev. B. TV. Allen of Marfa held ser
vices at the Methodist church at Fort
Mrs. R. A. Kyle, who has been se
riously ill for several weeks, is rapidly
The bids to carry the United States
mail from Marfa to Shafter and Fort
Davis, have been rejected by the gov
ernment, the second time.
Mrs. J. H. .Hamilton is convalescing
from a two weeks' serious Illness.
Chas. Bishop has purchased lots in
Marfa and will erect a neat cottage.
J. J. Terrell, of Austin, has been in
Marfa several days looking up land in
terests. He is being assisted by field
land agent Coleman of Alpine.
J. W. Tyler Is here from the ranch.
TROUBLE IN ALPINE
Officer Strikes Her With a
Gun, He Says Frost
Alpine, Texas, March 14. Aron But
ler, a negress, began raising a disturb
ance in the Mexican part ot town Sun
day and when approached by deputy
sheriff Eura Phelps, she is said to havf
f become very abusive to him and at
tempted to secure a pistol, -which she
destroyed by fire lately.
COURT IN' SESSION AT
PORTAL.ES : CITIZEN'S BUSY.
Portales, N. M-, March 14. The Pres
byterian women are holding rehearsals
of "The Old Madds' Convention," the
Methodist women serving outofdoor
lunches in the courthouse yard, and
the Baptist women are at work on "The
Court is in session and things are
lively around 4he courthouse. The Com
mercial club is in session practically
all the time, for there ds a continual
call from the farmers for Information.
The girls' Portales- basketball team
went to Clovis Saturday to play, and
in the evening the members represent
ing the literary societies of the Por
tales High school contested for the
championship with the winners of the
Clovis High school debates.
The outlook for a good fruit crop is
finally became necessary for him, he
says, to draw his pistol and strike her
several blows on the head before she
could be subdued. She was locked up
Frost killed quite a lot of young
fruit -which had begun to bud out.
There still remain a great many trees
which have not bloomed, and unless an
other late freeze comes, there will be
quite ft lot of fruit this year.
Judge W. Tan Sickle has returned
from east Texas, where he was called
on account of the Illness of his father.
"Wm. Baines, a former .Alpine boy,
now traveling for a St. Louis whole
sale house, was a visitor In town re
cently. Roscoe Pafford has purchased several
lots on the east side of town where he
has erected a two storj house.
W. Collins made a business trip to
Gordon Hollaway and Alex Smith
were "visiting in Marfa this week.
Land Near City Sells foi
$20,800 Special Elec
tion Is Called.
Sweet-water, Texas, March 14. J. W.
Quinn, of Elgin, 111., who has been here
several days, has submitted a definite
proposition to the Sweetwater people
regarding a creamery and ice cream
factory. The proposition was accepted,
and the citizens subscribed $6000 stock
to secure the plant.
G. V. "Woodruff and J. M. Shepherd
have bought a section and a half of
land from T. L. Hughes and L. Aycock,
for the consideration of $20,000. The
land is located near the city limits, and
will be valuable for residence property
in the near future.
Prof. E. A. Davidson, of Bay City, has
arrived here to reorganise and direct
the band of Sweetwater. A local play
was presented at the opera house re
cently for the purpose of securing
funds to aid in the project, when $60
It is ordered by mayor S. D. Meyers
that an election be held for aldermen on
April 5. H. C. Hughes has been ap
pointed presiding officer.
The officers of the "West Texas Cattle
Raisers' association, which met here re
cently, are: President, Eugene Clark,
of Scurrycounty; first vice president,
Thos. Tramm'e'll, of Sweetwater; second
vice president, D. N. Arnett, of Mitchell
county; treasurer, B. N. Aycock, of
Crane county; secretary, T. L. Hughes,
of Sweetwater. The object of the or
ganization is to carefully guard all the
interests of the stock raisers and to
promote a cooperation among the cattle
raisers of "West Texas.
Well for Irrigation Is Being
Put Down Antelope
Obar, X. M., March 14. The spring
movement of investors has set in. H. A.
Jones, of Cairo, 111., representing a
bunch of capitalists In southern Illi
nois, has just closed a deal for SO
acres adjoining Obar, and has taken
options on several hundred city lots,
for himself and associates. He will
move his family here at once and go
P. , B. Keith, of "Winchester, Ter.n.,
has bought a farm near "bar.
E. "W. Rohrer, of Axron, Ohio, has
bought a quarter section east of Obar.
"W. H. Doerge, of Joplin, Mo., has
bought a quarter section In the Mis
souri valley, near Obar.
J. A Clona, a wholesale coal dealer
of Joplin, Mo., bought a quarter section
east of Obar.
Emmett Rohrer, of Akron, Ohio, was
here recently, visiting his old friend,
L. I. Kleinfeiter.
Ezra Reagles and family have gone
to Richland, Wis., for a visit.
The great breach of promise case,
"Sis Hopkins" vs the "Yellow Kid," was
decided in favor of the Kid at the Lit
Obar farmers are agitating the mat
ter of holding farmers' experience
C. H. Parker is drilling a well for
Frank Mears. Mr. Mears will pipe the
water to the house and barns, and will
also irrigate hkt orchard.
Claude Durham has set out an or
chard and also planted 500 black locust
shade trees. He wll put down a well
soon. He Is adding more cows to his
Coleman McCIain has moved to his
claim east of Obar.
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Reign of Tin Cans Is to Be
Brought to Close New
"Valentine, Tex., March 14. Like many
Httle towns situated in an arid region
where fruits and vegetables are very
little grown, the people of "Valentine
have lived principally from tin cans.
The town is now practically ruled by
them. But their reign is declining,
for the "Valentine Improvement club has
decreed that all cans, henceforth and
forever, shall be abolished from Valen
tine and that her streets shall be kept
A petition to this effect is now in
circulation whereby each person is
asked to contribute a small amount
that the town may be thoroughly
Again every property owner will be
asked to pledge a small sum each
month in order to maintain a workman
whose duty shall be to keep all rubbish
removed from the "cits limits."
Hence "a better and cleaner town" is
The G. H. & S. A. railway will intal
a new pumping plant, using an eight
inch pipe for water colunjn. This will
double the present capacity for pump
ing. Dr. R. M. "Vlck has received a ship
ment of seeds from Austin to be used
in experiments this summer. He will
give special attention to the growing
of peanuts and sujrar beets.
"W. T. Jones and C. A. Finley have
Rheumatism is in reality an internal inflammation; a diseased condi
tion of the blood cells vxhich supply the nourishment and strength necessary
tn ccf-oiTi rmr VinrHfi. The disease is caused bv an excess of uric acid in
the blood, which comes from indigestion, weak: kidneys, constipation, and
! ..... At j i-rrt- - .'J .n3.. stnn qt inflonlon
otiier irregularities oi xne system. xms uric uuiu. tuum-oo -u. "v.
and acrid condition of the blood, and the circulation, instead of nourishing;
the different portions of the body, continually deposits into tho muscles,
nerves, joints and bones, the irritating and pain-producing acid with which
it. is -Riiori hTCipti follow tho rminful and torturing symptoms of Rheumatism.
j "We do not claim for S. S. Sthat it is anything mora than a first clas3 blood
purifier, and that is just what is needed to cure Rneumatism. &.&.&. goes
into the circulation, and by neutralizing the uric acid and driving it from
tfiA Wnnri Af?pntnall-c and surelv removes the cause of Rheumatism. S.S.S.
j strengthens and invigorates the blood so that instead ofa weak, sour
( stream, causing pain and agony throughout the system, it becomes an
invigorating, nourishing fluid, furnishing neaitn ana vigor to evury poruuu
of the body, -and -Dermanently relieving the suffering caused by Rheumatism.
S.S.S. is purely 'vegetable and will not injure the most delicate system.
Book on Rheumatism and any medical advice free to all who write.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLAHTA, GA.
John Dennerline atfd ivife are back j the southern part of the county.
from a visit in Oklahoma. ' M. O. Trailing has sold his section of
"Warren Piper has just completed J land north of town to G. Loo of Alex
plowing 40 acres of new land. i andria, Minn. The section belonging to
REAL ESTATE MEN TO
Dealers in San Juan Cornity
to Meet at Aztec
Farmington, N. 2f., Marcn 14. A call
signed by every real estate dealer of
San Juan county, has been issued for a
convention of realty dealers of the
county, to meet at Aztec, on "Wednes
day, March 16.
The objects of the meeting are both
social and business. The county's
boosters hope thus to become better ac
quainted and a general spirit of good
fellowship promoted. How best to ad
vertise and exploit the resources of
the county will be among the topics
HARRY XORMAJT HAS A
TOWX NAMED IX HIS HONOR
Fe, where she will enter the Loretto
Mrs. Mecham has gone to Los Lunas,
where judge Mecham is presiding over
the regular court at that place.
The material for the erection of the
J. J. Leaven new store building is now
on the ground and work will begin at
Clinton Crandell, "Wm. Cameron, Glen
Vivian, Bray Terry and Edmund Ho
bart, students at the School of Mines,
were at San Acacia to be present at the
opening of the irrigation ditch at that
Much interest is taken by-Obar farm-
era in the demonstration farm at Tu
Martin Hirshberger has gone to Oma
Ralph R. Carter is back on his claim,
after a leave of absence. "Wm. Carter is
a printer. He served In the navy
during the Spanish war, and printed a
weekly papr on board the flagship.
Mrs. La Rash conducts a weekly class
In domestic science on her claim In
The Sho wMe club will have a grand
"blowout" on St. Patrick's day.
Antelope are getting quite plentiful
and tame In the hills along the South
Canadian river. Large, herds may be
seen almost any day.
SANTA ROSA BANK
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When you buy a Waltham Watch buy only from a jeweler and
buy one adjusted to temperature and position.
Do not bujr a watch of a mail order house.
Jewelers are specialists who know how to regulate watches
to your habit and occupation, how to oil them properly, how to
detect any little disarrangement that may have occurred in
transportation. A responsible jeweler who values his reputation
will guarantee a Waltham Watch, and behind the jeweler's
guarantee is that of the Waltham Watch Company.
When you buy a watch remember not only that Waltham
Watches are the best, but that they were the first American
Watches. Every watch-making device and invention of
importance in use has originated 'in the Waltham Watch factory.
WALTHAM WATCH COMPANY,
Send for the "Perfected American Watch," our book about watches.
Woodmen of America Or
ganize Camp Santa
Rosa News Notes.
Santa Rosa, X. M., March 14. The
capital stock of the First National bank
has been increased from $25,000 to $50,
000. The bank recently paid a special
dividend of 100 percent on its original
capital of $25,000.
S. S. Moise, -of the Moise Bros, com
pany, who has spent the past 10 days
in St. Louis, has returned.
Hon. Lucas Homo, judge of the pro
bate court, has been holding the regu
lar session of the court.
Joaquin V. GaHegos. formerly of Co-
nant. this county, is arranging to open
a general merchandise store within the
next few days. This will give Santa
Rosa six general mercantile stores, and
one of the largest wholesale mercantile
houses in eastern New Mexico.
Gabriel J. Coury, merchant, has re
turned from a business trip to St. Louis.
H. B. Jones, the banker, left for a
business trip to various points In Tex
as. He will return by way of El Paso,
where Mrs. Jones and little son have
been spending the last few weeks.
Hon. Jas. D. Hand and A. A. Jones, of
Las Vegas, with a party of capitalists
from the east, who are Interested in lo
cal irrigation projects, have been
spending the week in the county.
A camp of the Modern Woodmen of
America was instituted here by E. C.
Pollard, organizer for eastern New
Mexico. The following officers were
elected and instated : Past consul. J. E.
Compton; consul, C. E. McGinnls; ad
viser, B. Lucero'; secretary, Guy G.
Doty; banker, Felipe Sanchez y Baca;
escort, J. W. Compton; watchman,
Learidro Sena; guard, Ignaclo Sena;
board of managers, C. H. Stearns, Geo.
H. Smith, jr., and F. I. Crespin. The
consul appointed A. A. Tipton chief for
ester. The new lodge, the first in
Santa Rosa, starts with a membership
E. C. Pollard, organizer for the Mod
ern Woodmen of America, and wife,
who have spent the last two months in
this city, have returned to their home
C. H. Stearns and Manuel Gallegos,
who spent several days on a business
trip to the southern part of the county,
J. W. Isewson was also sold to Mr.
Loo through Lester S. Smith.
James & Finley have sold four cars
of yearlings to M. F. Perkins of Will
H. G. Medley is on the river buying
odd bunches of cattle.
3fevr "Wells Pat Down.
T. P. Garrett, who is drilling a well
on the Hitters ranch, was in for sup
plies yesterday. He states the well Is
300 feet deep and there is no water in
W. L. Cass, -while drilling a we'l on
the Jackson and Harmon ranch, broke
his machine. The necessary fixtures
were ordered at once from El Paso and
work will begin again soon.
The program given by the home mis
sion society in the union church was a
Tom and Paul Moore have gone to
W'llliams, Ariz., where they will seek
Miss Nellie Steel has returned to her
home In Dallas, Texas.
Mrs. Tom Snyder and children, ac
companied by M. E. Steel were recent
J. J. Terrell, of Austin, and J. Cole
man of Alpine, are guests at the home
of L. D. Louthian.
IL Brldgerg of Roby, Texas, is visiting
at the home of ,Mr. and Mrs. L. B.
Miss Laura Cass, of Ft. Worth, is
visiting at the home of W. L. Cass, near
J. Z. Means has gone to attend the
Cattle Raisers convention.
M. O. Walling, agent for the G. H. &
S. A., has been confined to his home a
few days on account of grip.
Miss Laura Prince and brother,
Richard, of the Kelly ranch, were in
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Davis of Ft.
Davis, passed through Valentine en
route to Van Horn, where they will visit
Mrs. Davis's mother, Mrs. T. Grubbs.
Mrs. Lee Means Is in El Paso.
Capt. J. B. Gillette was a recent
Knox Williams of Pleasant Valley
was In Valentine recently.
Leonard Bee, who was operated on at
Hotel Dieu in El Paso for appendicitis,
is reported doing nicely.
B. E. Bee has returned from El Paso.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Price of the "Hol
land range," were recent Valentine visitors.
It Ik In Fisher County, a Few 3IHcs
Oat of Roby on the Etncndo
and Gulf Road.
Roby, Tex., March 14. W. A. Butts,
president of the Estacado & Gulf rail-
purchased the Bunton ranch, located In-kroad, has returned from eastern points.
where he accepted recently purchased
rolling stock and equipment, which is
now In transit In charge of engineer
J. A. Daugherty, formerly with the
Santa Fe gulf lines.
The following circular has been is
sued by tiia Texas tariff bureau:
"W. A. Butts, president of the above
line, advises that they will be open for
business March 7, 1910, stations -Mc-Cauley
to Norman. They expect to be
operating to Roby about May 15, 1910."
Norman is- six miles distant from
Roby and was named for Harry Nor
man, a former. El Paso newspaper man
cow assistant city editor of the St.
Louis Republic, at the request of
Charles W. Rogers, another former El
Paso newspaper worker.
At McCauley the Estacado & Gulf
connects with the Kansas City, Mexico
& Orient, and traffic consigned to points
on its line takes common point rates.
Its application for the opening of
traffic has been approved by the Texas
It is believed locally that the Esta
cado & Gulf will continue Its construc
tion westward on an air line into El
While Roby is the county seat of
Fisher county and has been an estab
lished town for nearly half a century,
not until construction of the Estacado
& Gulf railroad westward from Mc
Cauley Into Roby was begun did its
people get the town building fever. The
agitation was at once begun for a bond
issue to build a $75,000 court house.
It carried. A big brick yard was estab
lished for the manufacture of material
and now the court house is going to
ward completion. Flushed with pride
over this achievement, the citizens are
awaiting the order of the court to vote
bonds for the construction of a $16,000
annex to the present large brick school
building. Capital has been subscribed for
the organization of a cooperative stock
company to build a $50,000 oil mill in
time to handle the next crop of seed. A
telephone exchange has been installed
witfi 110 local phones and long dis
tance service over the Orient and South
western lines. Rural free delivery has
been secured for the surrounding com
munities. Another modern 2S-room
hotel is under construction. Too im
patient to await the completion of the
railroad, newcomers have hauled in by
wagon material for the construction of
5(1 or more new residences and material
is in transit for many more.
XEWS NOTES -FROM TUL.VROSA.
Tularosa. N. M.. March 14. Andrew
Wilson and Charles Anderson made a
trip to Alamogordo in Mr. Wilson's au
tomobile. These men recently made a
trip to 'Roswell over the automobile,
mail route In 11 hours and 30 minutes,
and returned without a breakdown or
Miss Edith McLaughlin is now work
ing for the Alamogordo Telephone
company. Miss Davenport resigning-.
Machinery lg still being hauled to
Bent and the mine is expected to open
on an extensive scale soon.
A. L. Owens ha3 returned from Car
lisle, Pa., where he took five Indian
girls to enter school.
Mrs. Mary Lynn and Mrs. J. C. Whar
ton have returned from Alamogordo.
Globe Mills Graham Flour, also Whole
Wheat Flour. Fresh from the rolls.
'Nuff Sed. Trv a sack. At all grocers.
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MONTEREY "WINS FROM
TULAROSA IN HALL GAME.
Monterey, N. M., March 14. In the
ball game between Monterey and Tula-,
rosa the score was 11 to 8 in favor ofj
Mrs. Lonnie Goslin has gone to join
her husband at Escondida, N. M.
H. W. Crouch has gone to Black Lake.
L. Kennedy was In from his ranch
Frank Pector and Earl Converse have
returned to their farms.
Mrs. Martin May has returned to
Carrizozo, after a visit with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Al. Grey.
Mr. and Mrs. Hague and children are
here from Palomas Hot Springs, en
route to their home at Eagle Creek,
Mrs. James Reagan and little daugh
ter were visitors -in Monterey lately.
Mrs. Henry Butler is reported on the
D. M. Cox and son are here, en route
Mr. Hyde has received a carload of
ice, which he is having put into the
cold storage house.
Little Rexie Bourne is here from
, Carrizozo, visiting C C Bourne and
family. His father, W. S. Bourne, ac
companied him this far and then went
on to El Paso.
Mr. and Mrs. Watt Gilmore are selling
out their household goods. They ex
pect to go to the V V ranch to spend
Last Homestead Near That Tovrn
M'nKen Lp Kon.stliifr Ears Are
Planted Estancla Nct.
Estancia, N. M., March 14. Dr. G. S.
McDonald, Dr. Smith, a dentist, and
sheriff James SIzeman of Lee county, all
of Beattyville, Ky., are looking over' the
valley. The two doctors have pur
chased the Goldston ranch near tnu-n
i'H. L. Balnum, of the Leader store, is
sunering irom a bad case of erysipelas
on his left arm.
William King, residing near Tajique,
has planted a patch of corn for early
J. I. Weaver and family, who have
been in Alamogordo for several months,
Mr. and Mrs. Lou Miller, of Linkville,
Mo. ,are visiting Mrs. M. M. Olive and
Johnson Pence, of Albuquerque, Is
spending a few days with his family re
siding near Estancla.
Wm. Eads, has filed on a homestead
of 40 acres, four and one half miles
northwest of town. This was the last
vacant land in that part of the coun
try. Jno. Pope, of Alamogordo, wai here
looking after his ranch, preparatory to
moving- his family on it.
Mayor I. H. Vanstone Is spending a
few days in Santa Fe.
W. W. Norman, one of Estancia's
most properous farmers, died from
The English Manufacturing companj
has shipped a car of lumber to Kansas
W. L. Kelley. who has been working
at Coyote, N. M., has returned to 1
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STUDETS GLEE CLUB IS
ENTERTAINED AT SOCORRO
Difficult Antomoblle Trip To Be Made
to Mogollon Socorro News Note
Socorro, N. M., March 14. Dr and
Mrs. Duncan entertained the school of
mines glee club. The meeting proved
one of the most enjoyable yet held.
Attorney J. H. Fitch has his well
down to a depth of 177 feet and has 125
feet of water in the well. A 16-foot
windmill is now being erected.
Hon. and Mrs. W. E. Martin and H.
T. Mayberry accompanied Llm Gibbons
in his automobile to the Mayberry
ranch. From there W. E. Martin, wife
and Mr. Gibbons will go on to Mogollon. j
The trip has never been made in an auto j
j i n.in Uo. itrntMiftri with interest. i
Attorney H. M. Dougherty has taken
his daughter. Miss Margorie, to Santa
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Rail and Sleeper Rates same as via
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VAUGHN NEWS NOTES.
Vaughn, N. M., March 14. Father
Hatterman, of Puerto de Luna. N.. M.,
confirmed a class hero recently.
Rev. T. T. Talley is holding an inter
esting meeting at the Baptist church.
He is being assisted by Rev. P. n. Long
fellow, of Roswell.
S. W. Norvell, bank examiner for New
Mexico, was here recently.
A dance was given by the young
people recently at the new Masonic
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