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Half This Man's Sufferings Would Ear
Killed Many a Person, But
Doan's Cured Him.
A. C. Sprague, stock dealer, cf
two whole years
I was doing
nothin g but
cines to cure my
Mdneys. I do
not think that
any man erer
suffered as I did
and lived. The
a.c sriiAocE. pain in my back
was so bad that I conld not sleep at
night. I could not ride a horse, and
sometimes was unable even to ride in a
car. My condition was critical when I
sent for Doan's Kidney Pills. I used
three boxes and they cured me. Now
I can go anywhere and do as much as
anybody. I sleep well and feel no dis
comfort at all."
A TRIAL FREE Address Foster
Milburu Co., Buffalo, N. Y. For sale
by all dealers. Price, 50 cents.
Doctoring in Ireland.
A physician in the out of-the-way
corners of Ireland has many oppor
tunities to laugh, though his amuse
ment must be mingled with anxiety,
for his ignorant patients do strange
things. They have great faith in -the
dr:ctor, a superstitious faith in his
.drugs and appliances, but they often
make non-sense of his orders. Mr.
Michael MacDonagh, in his "Irish Llf
and Character," gives some instances
of Irish simplicity in dealing with the
A dispensary doctor once prescribed
two pills for a sick laborer, which h.
Bent by the man's wife in a small
box, bearing the direction: "The
whole to be taken immediately."
On visiting the patient a,Jittle later,
the doctor was surprised to find that
the pills had not helped him. He
asked the man's wife if she had given
him the medicine.
"I did, doctor," replied she, "but
maybe the lid hasn't come off yet."
The sick man had swallowed box and
Mrs. Murphy's husband was ex
tremely ill, and she consulted the phy
sician. "I'm sorry, madam," he said grave
ly, "but your husband is dying by
"Well," she said with an air of
hopeful resignation, "wan good thing
is, me poor man is six feet free in his
etockin' feet, so he'll lasht some time
An Irishman, who had sent for the
doctor for the first time in his lif.
matched with astonishment while the
physician took his clinical thermome
ter from its case, slipped it under the
patients armpit, and told him to
keep it there a second or two.
Mike lay still, almost afraid to
breathe, but when the doctor removed
the thermometer, he drew a long
breath, aad exclaimed: "Ah. I do feel
a dale better already, sor!"
"What a beautiful lawn you have?"
"Yes," answered Mr. Nigley's wife,
"my husband keeps it that way." "He
must be very industrious." "Yes. He
never misses a day with his lawn
mower; although I could scarcely get
him to touch Jt until the neighbors
began to complain about the noise it
made." Washington Star.
Patterson Pete I dreamt last night
dat I had a million dollars. Stacked
Oates Did yer enjoy it? Patterson
Pete Nit! I wuz sued for breach of
promise, operated on for appendicitis
an' mentioned fer de vice-presidency
fore I'd even got it counted. Judge.
Jobberwok-A friend of mine pat
ented a device that enables a girl to
practice on two pianos at the same
time. Fuzzywuz Did he make any
thing out of it? Jobberwok He
made a move out of town on the
strength of it. His neighbors threat
ened to mob him. Philadelphia in
quirer. "Why did you marry your divorce!
wife again? Old love comes back"
"No. By the time I paid her alimony
I had nothing to live on, and so I mar
ried her for her money." Judge.
Needs Only a little Thinking.
The food of childhood often decides
whether one is to grow up well nour
ished and healthy or weak and sickly
from improper food.
It's just as easy to be one as the oth
er, provided we get a proper start.
A wise physician like the Denver
Doctor who knew about food, can ac
complish wonders, provided the patient
is willing to help and will eat only
Speaking of this case the Mothefsaid
her little four-year-old boy was suffer
ing from a peculiar derangement of the
Btomach, liver and kidneys and his feet
became so swollen he couldn't take a
step. "We called a Doctor who said
at once we must be very careful as to
his diet, as improper food was the
only cause of his sickness. Sugar espe
cially, he forbid.
"So the Dr. made up a diet and the
principal food he prescribed was Grape
Nuts and the boy,Svho was very fond
of sweet things, took the Grape-Nuts
readily without adding any sugar. (Dr.
explained that the sweet in Grape-Nuts
is not at all like cane or beet sugar
but is the natural sweet of the grains.)
"We eaw big improvement inside a
few days and now Grape-Nuts are al
most his only food and he is once more
a healthy, happy, rosy-cheeked young
ster with every prospect to grow up
into a strong- healthy man." Name
given by Postum Co., Battle Creek,
The sweet in Grape-Nuts is the Nature-sweet
known as Post Sugar, not
digested in the liver like ordinary
sugar, but predigested. Feed the young
sters a handful of Grape-Nuts when
Nature demands sweet and prompts
them to call for sugar.
There's a reason.
Get the little book "The Road to
Wellvlll" in each pkg.
Sermon by the Highway and
Copy riff tit. ISO, by J. M. dioa. )
Chicago, Sunday, Aug. 21, 1304.
Text: "They nought Him with their
whole desire, and He was found of them."
II. Chron. 15:15.
HE quest for God is
never a fruitless
one. Man has never
yet sought God
and devotion but
that he has found
Him in all His gra
cious mercy and
tender love. The
search for God need
not end as does the
search for the fa
bled pot of gold at
the end of the rain
bow, or the persist
ent effort to discover the fountain of
perpetual youth. Ah, how vain and dis
appointing is much of the struggle and
search of human kind! Much seeking,
but little finding! Feverish, persistent
quest for fading joys and perishable pos
sessions, and never realization of de
sires or satisfaction of soul! It is be
cause the things sought lor are either
unattainable, or, if attainable, are dis
appointing and unsatisfying when
gained. It is the search for the glit
tering gem, which, when within the
grasp, proves naught but the worthless
bauble of tinsel and gilt. Search for
happiness, wealth, power, business, so
cial or intellectual preferment and suc
cess, and when the prize is won at last,
after the first delightful thrill of pos
session has passed, it proves unsatisfy
ing. The ideal is never attained. It
is always just beyond the reach. But
not so the search after God. God is the
attainable and the satisfying reward of
every hungry, seeking soul. He is the
"Findable God." Buthowmany there are
who doubt this. How many believing
it, yet grow weary in their search, and
fail to reach the goal of God's presence.
But there are those who seek Him withj
their whole desire and He is found of
them. Many, like Job, cried out, as they
struggled through darkness and dis
couragement and suffering: "Oh that I
knew where I might find Him!" The
way seems so long. Faith's eye grows
dim and the heart faint and discouraged.
but at last the soul merges into the
light of His presence, and God's voice
is heard, even as Job came face to face
with Him in the whirlwind, and heard
Him speak His rebuke and pronounce
Ills blessing. The seeker after God
always comes into the Divine presence,
If faith fail not and the heart turn not
from its ptirpose. "Seek and ye shall
find" was Jesus' encouraging promise.
The seeker shall be rewarded, but how
much is involved in the seeking!
THE declaration of our text that "He
(God) was found of them" has refer
ence to a spiritual apprehension and ap
preciation of the Divine God-head. Man
may and doe3 find God in the nature
about him. God is everywhere in His
universe. The efforts of the atheists
and the Darwinian scientists have never
succeeded in eliminating God as a
Factor and Conscious Presence In the
heuvens and the earth which "declare
His handiwork" and reveal His wis
tiom and power. God is found in every
starry height and every retreating and
shadowy depth. His presence is found
upon the wide expanse of the fathomless
sea; upon river, lake and sparkling rill.
The rugged mountains mark the course
of His mighty tread through the earth,
and the p-entle valleys display the ver
dure and beauty of His omnipotent hand.
The woods are vibrant with the life
which has been bestowed by Him. The
birds in joyful note; the insects with
their busy hum or lazy swinging on
the gentle breeze; the thrifty ant, with
hurried passage through his forest jun
gle of grass on definite business bent;
the animal creation from the little squir
rels that find their cozy home in 'the
friendly, hospitable heart of the great
tree, or the sleek-coated gopher that
burrows 'neath the mellow sod, or the
rabbits that scurry away before the in
truding presence of man, and then stop
long enough to raise their saucy, in
quisitive heads above the tall grass and
woodland flowers to watch you as you
pass; up to the graceful, swift deer that
takes one fleeting glance at you as you
invade his leafy arbor and then dashes
away with the speed' of the wind to some
more secluded retreat all, all speak of
God and declare His presence in the
world which He has made.
A ND man may find God all about him.
f He may be conscious of His pres
ence. He may realize that God is every
where in His nature. He may be among
those who in loving appreciation hold
communion with nature's invisible
forms and hear her speak a varying lan
guage, with God as the keynote of it
all. But such recognition of God, such
finding of Him, is not the experience to
which our text has reference. God is
to be found and known in a deeper and
fuller and richer sense than this. Man's
quickened soul finds a God to Whom
the natural heart and mind of man are
a complete stranger. "Who by search
ing can find out God?" The searching of
the natural man will never be rewarded
by that finding- of God which reveals
Him in His saving, cleansing, keeping,
fructifying power. So the finding of God
means more than the superficial, the
intellectual conception of God. It
means the quickening of the heart to
the deepest sense of the need of God, and
the expanding and enlarging of the
heart to the realities and consciousness
of God. When the whole desire goes
out after God, then is He found of
those thus yearning for Him. Have
you found God, or are you still a stranger
to Him? And if a stranger to Him here,
a stranger to him in the life to come?
God may be found. He waits for the
?inner to find Him in saving power; He
waits for the saint to find Him in In
creasing fr'lness and power. H is the
"Findable God." and If man finds Him
not, he alone is to blrne; he has not
sought Him with the whole desire.
OUR text introduces us to one of the
bright pages of Judah's history. It
paints fcr us in the colors of the glorious
rainbow the picture of a people moved
by cue impulse, the desire to find God.
The saddest sight tefore the angels, if
not before man, is that of the person
or nation who is a stranger to God. The
grandest resolve which ever moved in
human breast is the purpose to find
God, and the most glorious discovery,
the- most blessed experience into which
the soul of man can enter is that of find
ing God. Judah under apostate and
Godless kings had lost its God. The
nation was a stranger to the true God,
and had chosen for itself the false gods
of the heathen nations about it. They
delighted to indulge In all the licen
tious pleasures of the heathen worship.
They wanted to be like the nations about
them. They put worldliness before God
liness, the desires of the flesh before the
eternal needs of the soul. And the
result was that they knew not God. But
the Spirit of God, moving upon the
heart of the young king Asa. led him to
resolve to seek the Lord. What an in
fluence one life can exert! How one
determined soul can encourage and help
those who are weaker to choose the
right! An Asa in Judah could lead a
nation toward God until it could be de
clared: "They sought the Lord with
their whole desire, and He was found
of them." And you and I can, by seek
ing God with all our hearts, not only
find Him. but inspire others with the
same desire to find God and encourage
them to seek with the whole heart until
He is found of them. Oh, that rul
ers to-day might realize this truth,
and stand courageously for righteous
ness. Oh, that those in positions of
trust and authority might have the
spirit of Asa come upon them. Oh,
that they might boldiy declare their
own determination to seek God and
His righteousness, and might use their
influence and authority to help others
to make that decision too. Oh, that
in churches that are dead and cold
in formalism, or poisoned with the
intoxication of pleasure and worldli
ness, there might be brave, heroic.
God-fearing souls who would stand
boldly" forth and declare the purpose
to seek the Lord with the whole heart.
Oh, that in the homes where God Is
unknown, where the things of this life
shut out the things of eternity, the
one who has found God in saving
grace might stand forth and seek Him
with all the heart for the salvation
of the dear ones out of Christ. God
would honor such seeking.
AND to whom is He the Findable God?
Are there any who may not seek
and find ? Verily, there are none, for God
has declared that "Whosoever will may
come." He "waits in the early morn for
the seeker after Him. He continues in
His secret pavilion during the morning
toil and the noon-tide heat and the after
noon's unceasing activities. He watch
es during the darkening of the evening
hour, and He who keepeth His children
neither slumbers nor sleeps through the
long night. And always He waits for
the soul that is seeking Him. He sees
him from afar; He hears the eager step
of hope as it pushes on ward ; He sees the
arm of faith outstretching to discover
the secret retreat of God. and as it
reaches higher and yet higher in Its ea
gerness to obtain, it feels the sure, un
failing clasp of the Divine arm. God
has been found. He may always be
found by the seeking soul. He is the
Findable God to the sinner. No soul so
vile but that it may find God and be
cleansed from all its guilt. No soul so
far down the pathway of sin but that
it may find its way back to God. Oh, how
God yearns to reveal Himself to the seek
ing sinner. The father of the prodigal
son rushed down to meet the returning
boy when he was yet a great way off, and
God always meets the seeking sinner
while he is yet struggling along the
pathway of repentance. No sin-sick soul
ever turned from the old life to seek God
but that it found the blessed Christ at the
turn in the road ready to receive him and
lead him to God. And God is the Findable
God to the saint the regenerate, the
saved soul. Ah, how often we have to
seek God! So frequently comes the
break in our fellowship with Him. So
prone are we to fill our lives and
thoughts with things earthly and forget
the things Heavenly. We get away
from God. And we must find Him again,
before we can know peace of mind and
joy of soul. Judah seeking God with the
whole desire and finding Him is but a
faithful picture of how every soul may
seek and find its God. Dear soul, you
who are away from God; you who have
known Him; you who have felt what it
was to walk in sweet fellowship with
Him; turn and seek Him again with
your whole desire and He will be found
SEEK the Lord! But how? In prayer.
God cannot be found out in the busy
rush of business, out in the mad whirl
of pleasure, when the heart is all cen
tered in its own affairs and its own pur
suits, but God can be found as the soul
withdraws itself to its closet and there
communes with God alone. David says:
"My soul waiteth in silence for God
only." The silence of the hour alone in
earnest seeking after God brings the soul
into His blessed presence. We must
seek God in prayer. It is the vital air of
the Christian's life. God is lost because
prayer is neglected. God may be found
through seeking Him in prayer. And
again, we must seek Him by a surren
dered will. The self-willed, rebellious
heart never can gain the presence of
God. He shuts Himself away from such
and leaves them to plunge on in the peril
of their own willfulness. But the sur
render of the will Is not all. There must
be obedience seeking God by the path
way of obedience. Do not think you are
truly seeking God if you are refusing to
obey His commandment. Behold Ju
dah. as they seek the Lord with their
whole desire! It was a busy nation
busy in obeying God. The idols were
broken down, the false altars removed
the high places destroyed. It was a na
tion in obedience seeking God. Jesus de
clares: "If a man love Me. he will keep
My Word; and My Father will love him;
and We will come unto him and make
Our abode with him." Obedience, keep
ing God's Word, will bring into the
presence of the Father and the Son
What is it in your life that is keeping
you from finding your way back to God?
Within your inmost heart you know
what it is that has shut God away as a
conscious presence in your life. Give it
up! Obey Him and God will be found
of you. and peace and joy will come to
your heart and life. Judah sought and
found the Lord, and then Scripture goes
on to declare that "Jehovah gave them
rest round abtut." It is always so. The
soul that has found God has found that
rest which God alone can give. Will you
not seek the Lord in prayer, in surren
der, in obedient faith? He will be found
of you! He will give you rest!
Moat of th Ailment Peculiar to the
Female Sex are Due to Catarrh
of Felrio Orjant.
99 Eleventh Street, )
Milwaukee, Wis. f
"A short time ago I found my con
ditlon very serious, I had headaches,
pains in the back, And frequent dizzy
spells which grew worzeivery month.
I tried two remedies before Peruna,
and was discouraged when I took
the first dose, but my courage soon
returned. In iess than two months
my health was restored." Mrs. M.
The reason of so many failures to
cure cases similar-to the above is the
fact that diseases
peculiar to the
female sex are
f EM ALE TROUBLE
recognized as being" caused by catarrh.
Catarrh of one organ is exactly the
snme as catarrh of any other organ.
What w ill cure catarrh of the head will
also cure catarrh of the pelvic organs.
Peruna cures these cases simply because
it cures the catarrh.
If yon have catarrh write at once to
Dr. Hartuian, frivlnj; a full statementof
your case, and he will be pleased to give
you his valuable advice gratis.
Address Dr. ITartman, President of
The Hartman Sanitar&m, Columbus, O .
. I., - i
NOTES BY THE AY.
It is believed by the people of North
Dakota that there is a strong artesian
basin or flow underlying the whole
state, which might he touched by wells
at various depths. With a view to
such development. Engineer N. H. Dar
ton is about to investigate the sup
posed resources. If thia should prove
practicable land valu& would take a
The great field of crystallized salt ftf
Salton, Cal., in the middle of the Cole
rado desert, is 264 feet below the levl
of the sea and is more than a thousani
acres in extent. Its surface is as whito
as snow, and when the sun i3 shining
its brilliance is too dazzling for the
eye. The field is constantly supplied
by the many salt springs in the adja
An explorer who has often by com
pulsion eaten the flesh of animals not
generally used as hirman food says
that grilled lion steaks are delicious
and much superior to those of the
tiger; that the flesh of the rhinoceros,
properly prepared, has all the good
qualities of pork; that the trunk and
feet of young elephants resemble veal,
and that stewed boa constrictor is a
splendid substitute for rabbit.
A Chicago mother has adopted a
novel plan for keeping before her the
Image of her daughter at various ages.
When her daughter Migndn was a mere
baby she began to take a regular series
of photographs, which she has contin
ued ever since. Up to the present time
she has taken in all about 400 photo
graphs, all entirely different in pose.
Together they comprise probably the
most complete child's portrait gallery
In the world.
Women letter carriers are deemed
almost a necessity by Postmaster John
McKay, of Des Moines, la., who has
made a recommendation to the depart
ment at Washington favoring the re
moval of the ban that now limits the
civil service examination for letter
carriers to males. "When you send a
woman on an errand," he says, "she
will return in half the time that a man
will. She does not stop to loiter. We
find them equal and even superior to
men in the money order, stamp and
other divisions and I favor giving them
a trial in the delivery section."
Shouting" Their Praises.
Friarpoint, Miss., Aug. 22 (Special).
Cured of liladder and Kidney Trouble af
ter 26 years of suffering. Rev. II. H.
Hatch, of this place, is telling the pub
lic the good news and shouting the praises
of the remedy that cured him Dodd's
Kidney Pills. Rev. Mr. Hatch says:
"I have been suffering from Bladder
and Kidney Trouble for 26 years and I
have tried everything that people said
would do me good. But nothings" did me
anv good except Dodd's Kidney Pills.
'I haven't felt a pain since I took
Dodd's Kidney Pills. They gave me health
and I feel like a new man altogether.
Dodd's Kidney Pills are the best 1 ever
All Urinary and Bladder Troubles are
caused by diseased kidneys The natural
way to enre them is to cure the kidneys.
Dodd's Kidney Pills never fail to cure
diseased kidneys in any stage or place.
They always cure Backache and they are
the only remedy that ever cured Bright'
Not Quite Cured.
Waiter Roast beef or cured ham, sir?
"Bring me some beef. The last cured
ham I ordered here was only convales
cent." Cincinnati Commercial Tribune.
There is nothing more enjoyable than
an animated discussion of something we
don't kDow anything about with home
body that knows less than we do. Puck.
Another reason why a dog is the best
friend vt that you may muzzle the dog.
mum m mmmmm
To cure, or money refunded by your
FRIENDS FOR A MINUTE.
Levy and Coken Try. to Hake TJp,
But Soon Strike a Discor
Levy and Cohen came out of the syna
gogue on New Year's day. It was the day
of atonement, of forgiving, of making up,
relates the New Orleans Times-Democrat.
Levy approached Cohen and extended a
great flat hand.
"Cohen," said he, "ve hsf not shpokea
for dvendy years. Come! Ve make
Cohen silently shook.
"Now, Cohen," continued the reconcili
ant, "ve go ofer to Bungleheim's unt hai
Arm in arm they crossed the street.
Drinks were ordered and set before them.
Cohen, convinced at last of the sincerity
of the ether's advances, spoke for the
"Levy," he said, "I am glad of -it. I
raise my glass to you, Levy. Visa me
"Mit all my heart, "replied Levy, and
raised his glass in tarn. "Cohen, my dear
frendt," said he, "1 vi6h you ohoost vat
you vish me!"
The growing smile faded from Cohen's
face and he set his glass down with a
"Py Abraham!" he exclaimed. "Now
you're shtarting it all over again!"
ILLUSTRATIVE FOWL FABLE.
Showing That Parents Cannot Al
ways Follow Their Children
There was once an humble hen, who
hatched out, by mistake, a flock of owls,
Of course, so soon as the owls were big
enough to make their debuts they began
staying out until all hours of the night,
and mingling in the giddy whirl of soci
ety. To this, however, Mamma Hen object
ed, saying that she had not been brought
up in such a way, and she did not believe
that it was proper for her children to go
At this the owl-chickens conferred
among themselves, saying:
"Poor mamma! With her antecedents
it naturally is hard for her to know who's
Moral Sometimes it is difficult for th
parents to enter society.
A scientist who apparently knows a
thing or two writes in one of the maga
zines: "A blush is a temporary erythema
and calorific effulgence of the physiog
nomy, ventuating in a paresis of vismo
tor filaments in the facial capillaries."
The next time you cause a maiden to
blush try to remember the trouble you
are putting her to. Chicago Record-ller-ald.
And the "athletic girl" whose vigor is
the vigor of man, whose talk is the talk
of man, who invades his smoking room,
his billiard room, shares with him the
whisky decanter and the cigarette box and
will not even let him have his tailor to
himself she is not likely to keep her in
fluence over him for long. Boudoir.
"George," remarked Mrs. Spofkin, "I
shouldn't think them baseball magnets
would make any money. I see their men
is always going out on strikes." Brooklyn
For Your Perfect Comfort
At the St. Louis Exposition, which is very
severe upon the feet, remember to take along
abox of Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder for Hot,
Tired, Achinp, Swollen Feet. Sold by all
druggists, 25c. Dou't accept a substitute.
The Prima Donna Why don't you give
the part to my daughter? tShe sings
beautifully. She ha? inherited my voice.
Manager Conn That so? I've often
wondered what become of your voice.
Fits stopped free and permanently cured.
No fits after first day's use of Dr. Kline's
Great Nerve Restorer. Free $2 trial bottle &
treatise. Dr. Kline, 931 Arch st., Phila., Pa.
Wouldn't Tell a Lie.
Teacher The sentence, "My father had
money" is in the past tense. Now, Mary,
what tense would you be speaking in it
you said, "My father has money?"
Little Mary Oh. that would be pre
tense. Stray Stories.
Kiso's Cure for Consumption is an infalli
ble medicine for coughs- and colds. N. W.
Samuel, Ocean Grove, N. J., Feb. 17, 1900.
Force of Habit.
"Herbert has been running an auto so
long that he had forgotten all about
"What did he do when the horse
"He crawled under it to see what was
the matter?" Cleveland Plain Dealer.
The jilted Philadelphia man who sent
as a wedding present to his former sweet
heart a miniature coffin full of old love
letters took a delicate means of demon
strating that his heart had not been
broken. Philadelphia Press.
Watered silk is the proper material for
a flowing gown. Chicago Daily News.
WINCH E-S T E
."Sa,.-'.,& " ;
LEADER" AND "REPEATER" SHOTGUN SHELLS
The proof of the shell is its shooting. Be
cause they shoot so well, Winchester Factory
Loaded "Leader" and "Repeater" Smoke
less Powder Shotgun Shells have won almost
every important prize shot for in years.
Good shots shoot them because they give bet
ter results, shoot stronger and more uniformly
and are more reliable than any other make
ALWAYS SPECIFY WINCHESTER MAKE OF SHELLS
PRICE, 25 and GO CENTS.
'Jk mix k:&&
Mrs. Rosa Adams, niece of the late General
Roger Hanson, C. S. A., wants every woman
to know of the wonders accomplished by
Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable CompouncL
Deab Mks. Pktkham : I cannot tell you with pen and ink what good
L-ydla 12. Pinkham's Vejretablo Compound did for me, suffering' from
the ills peculiar to the sex, extreme lassitude and that all gone feeling1. I
would rise from my bed in the morning" feeling more tired than when I went
to bed. but before I had used two bottles of Lydia E. IMnkham's "Vege
table Compound, I bepan to feel the buoyancy of my young-er days return
ing, became regular, could do more work and not feel tired than I had ever
been able to do before, so I continued to use it until I was restored to perfect
health. It is indeed a boon to sick women and I heartily recommend it.
Yours very truly, Mas. Eosa, Adams, 819 12th St., Louisville, Ky."
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few doses every week, for I find that it tones up the system and keeps me
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