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TOE FARMING WORLD.
They Will Give M-.re Milk Than Thofta
Krpt iu the ltarnsard.
It is sin unquestionable fact that
.-mvs i-lo.scly huu.sed io the. riglil kind
of st.ibies will riv? more milk aiul ket-p
in Ik-W coii.iilion on thr siitne food
than - 11 ullm-l, or, more properly,
oniH-I!el. ti shiver in the barnyani,
tjiys t lie Oran;re County X. V.) Farmer.
Ami yrt il is the almost universal cus
tom of . keeM-rs to let them roam the
barnyar'i or opeji field for seven 1 hours
every A few lo this heeause they
think it mwssary for tile m s .o hae
eserelse for ln-all li for themselves and
on'soriii-t.. ,l;nt the larjre uiajoiitydo
ki siinjily from tbe fact that this was
the custom of their fathers, and they
unthinkingly follow on in the same rut.
The food needlessly wastetl this win
ter by r-.i.-on of the cows being winucii
out of ilor.rs will-far exceed in value all
that will be received from the products
of the dairy used or sold. And all this
mipht be saved if the dairymen would
only use common sense in iirojierly fix
ing up their stables and then keep their
cows constantly housed.
Of coii'se. if the cows are to lie con
stantly housed, the stables must be
warm. j..omv. liirht, well ventilated,
and then slie-uld be well bedded. It is
a lamentable fact that a lare majority
of the Mables ail over the dairy dis
tricts art; not at all what they should
Ve. The; are, as a rule, too low, iiki
dark, ami not well ventilated, and but
few are warm iioul'Ii. Now, the own
ers of these stables, instead of relittinsr
them in a proper manner, e.'f-i- their
consciences by turning the.r cows out
for several hours each lm to shiver
by the side of the fence or barn, think
ing the pure air they pit compel;
sate for the nih vir:enic condit ion of i he
stable, and I am sorry to say that many
writers ,'i.d lecturers by what they have
to say rather encourage the sliort-i-iirhleil
owner to think that this ex
posure will make it all riirhi.
I!ow much better to tell all such that
they had better reduce the number of
cows kept. .Make the stables for them
conform to the laws of health, and then
constant :y house, their cow s, feeding
the few what would have been jiven
to the whole number, and thus ret a
prolit instead of keeping tiie whole,
runnier now kept in misery and with
in) prolit, if not an actual loss to the
In no line is there room for greater
improvement in the dairy than in the
fitting of the stables and the more con
stant housing of the cows.
PLANNING A GARDEN.
It Should ate Lar;e Kaough to Be Werked
by llore l'otrer.
The farm ptinlea should be a largo
one, and in order that it ma.." have
rOr attention it fhouid be pi:iiined
t-o it can be worked by horse-pow er as
much as possible. There has lieen a
preat deal said and written on this sub
ject, and there is room for more of the
Fame kind of persuasion as long ss tl.e
average farm garden is neglected to
the extent that it is.
In the first place, berry, currant ami
gooselierrv bushes and st r;t. !ci ry
v ines should lu-xer lie put in tin vegeta
ble garden, but should have a place to
themselves. The rule is to set a row of
currant or other small-fruit bushes
around the garden, and this at once
precludes plov. ing it close to the fence,
O! working it with a horse.
I will give you the plan I made for a
panic ii containing half an acre, which
HOME HINTS AND HELPS.
Baked Apple Sauce. One quart of
apples, quartered; put them in a pud
ding dish and cover tnem over with
bugar; then pour on one-half cupful of
water. Cover with au earthen dish,
and bake one hour. Chicago C hronhde.
Stewed Kidneys. Cut the kidneys
into small dice and throw into boiling
water and cook one hour; onedoen will
lie enough for live persons. Lambs'
kidneys are used. Put on the lire one
half pint of milk and when it comes to
boil ad.l one heaping teaspoon ful of
fiour and one heaping teasponnful of
butter. Season with salt and pepper
aid stew the kidneys in this sauce for
ten minutes. Chicago Kecord.
Stockings. A good way of preserv
ing the color of black stockings is to
wash them in soap free from soda, and
in the last rinsing water add a tea
ttpoonful of vinegar. Never iron black
stockings. Dry thein in the shade.
Itonton llrowD I'.read. i'or ono
j large loaf use three pints of sifted coru
j meal, three pints of rye flour, one cup
! of hoj yeast and one cup of molasses.
I Mix ery soft with warm water, pour
j the mixture into a round pudding tin
j and allow it to stand until light. l!ake
j with a steady fire for three hours.
i Ladies' Home Journal,
j llruw u Cake. One-half cup sugar;
one cup molasses, one-half cup butter,
! one teaspoon each of cinnamon, cloves
! and sillspiice; two teaspoons of soda in
i one cup boiiing water; two ami one
! half cups of Hour; two well-beateu
i eggs, the last tiling. Hake in layers
I and put together with white icing very
' thick between the layers. Woman
I'otatoes ill the Pan. Steam sweet
j potatoes until they are soft, but not
i broken. Peel and slice them. l!oii two
IN THE KAISER'S LAND.
Kaiser Wilhelm's latest exploit wai
to take the baton from a bandmaster
and show him how to conduct his
Moorfield Storey says that in Berlin
the streets are actually washed and
scrubbed every night. There are no
Six of the newspapers now published
in (lermany were established over 20u
years ago, the oldest being the Frank
furter Journal, founded in 1015.
Marcel Herwegh. the son of George
Ilerwcgh, "The Iron Lark," who in 18i
vvas leader in the republican movement
in Germany, is going to publish liU
father's correspondence with Lassalle,
W"hen the recruits were sworn in at
Potsdam recently the pastor who ad
dressed them warmed them that they
must think not only of the "Watch on
the Ilhine," but also of the "Watch oo
the Vist ula."
Highest Of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
WITH THE SCIENTISTS.
When water freezes it expands with
a force which Trautwine estimates at
not less than 30,000 pounds to the
The water animals were lower in or
ganism and older in existence than the
air-breathing animals. They naturally
found tiieir existence easier than did
the animals exposed to the vicissitudes
of the atmosphere.
A heavenly census is now being taken
by the Paris observatory; to count the
stars the heavens are photographed in
sections. Some of these sections show
only a dozen stars, while others of the
same dimensions show over 1..100.
J. K. Gore, writing on the "Size of the
Solar System." says that "enormously
large as the solar system absolutely- is.
! cups of sugarnnd one and one-half cups j compared with the size of our own
j of water into a thick sirup. Stir it ; earth, it is, compared with the size of
into one-half cup of butler. Put t tits J thevisiblc universe, merely as adrop in
I sliced potatoes into a deep hakingdlsh, j the ocean."
I i : ,i .i l. i
alio pou: iir mi uji ifu i i nt in. .-iiiiiw j
' bits of butter owr them ami bake Irom
HINTS TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
I'LAN OF FARM OAKIiKN.
THE WILD CARROT.
Careful t utlinc of tin- riant Will Even
tually I niilli lie It.
Herewith we illustrate the wild car
rot. This biennial vegetable is so well
know n in its cultivated state in gardens
as to hardly need any sjieeial descrip
tion. It belongs to t he order I'nibclli
Jerac, which is distinguished by having
its small flowers in clusters, called um
bels, so named because the flower
stalks all start from one point at the
extremity of a branch and spread out
like the ribs of an umbrella. These
stalks, or rays, as they are called, are
in most species again divided into
smaller unibnls called uniK'Hets. In
THE WILD CAIIROT.
the carrot these rays are very numer
ous and form together n close, flat
topped cluster. In-coming concave in
fruit. The leaves are divided and Mili
divided into numerous fine segments.
The wild carrot is abundant in several
of the central and eastern states, and is
spreading into new localities. It is not
troublesome on cultivated land, being
confined chiefly to meadows and the
roadsides. It is usually introduced in
?rass and clover seed. The umliels
i-rl up when ripe and hold the seeds
into winter, when they are gradually
scattered; sometimes the umbels break
aff and are scattered over the snow,
carrying the seeds to neighlwring
fields. Fifty thousand seeds have been
counted on a plant of average size.
Carefully cutting- the plant for two
years will eradicate most of them.
l'renervution of Itutter Miivnr.
The importance of dry cold for the
preservation of the flavor of butter was
emphasized by the condition of atubof
well-made butter which constituted one
3f the exhibits at the Iowa state fair. It
had been wrapped in a rublier blanket,
then packed in a box with ice around it,
inditwasnot unpacked until it reached
the dairy building. It, therefore had no
jpportuuity to become heated, and the
grain was found to be jierfect, but the
flavor was off, and the tub had moulded
snd become musty. TheCreamery Jour
lal, which calls attention to the case,
jscs it to iiiipres.i the teaching that any
levice that induces moisture with low
iemierature will prove disappointing-,
ind that a poor refrig-erator is one ot
the worst means Imaginable for the
areservation of butter.
was worked w ith a horse, excepting a
very small portion.
The illustration shows how it was
planned and planted, and the returns
from it convinced me that it is as easy
to have a good garden with but very
Iittie hand hoeing as it is to have one
that is not half cultivated with a good
ileal more work with the hoe. The soil
can be stirred much more effectively
when a horse is used, and the small
amount of hand work necessary to
make a good job of it, and the short
time it takes to keep the garden in a
good state of cultivation, makes it a.
pleasure to work in it, and keeps it i:t
a condition that brings pleasure and
Tins garden is five bv 10 rods and
safe in savin'
turns from it exceeds that of any three
acres put in general crops in 1 lie same
neighborhood, and the work on it was
rot missed, as it was done at odd times
jnostlv mornings and evenings when
there was a spare hour or two that
could be devoted to it. I f occasion de- j
liiaudcd it. time was taken to work the j
f-ardcii, but the whole cost of keeping; .
it going was not much in excess of what i
it would cost to take first-class care of j
Melons, squashes and cucumber'! i
should be separated and kept as far j
apart as possible. This because theso j
things cross-fertilize with each o'h t !
j easily. I kept pole and bush limns j
! apart, though this was not necessai v, i
for beans do not cross-fertilize readily.
The sweet corn was all together, as ti:? j
very early was ou: tit blosscm ueiori
the medium came on; and this in i urn
was out of the way of the mammoth
evergreen, which came latest of all.
Where early potatoes were planted in
the spring, cabbages, turnips and cel
ery were put out after the crop of pota
toes was off, and other late crops giev
where early peas and beans had been,
turnips anil cucumbers for pickles
By using a little management most of
the ground was made to produce two
j crops during the season. This kept t lie
land clean of weeds and kept the garden
in good shape during the whole sea
son, and made the profits correspond
ingly greater. Any farm iu Illinois
might have a similar garden, and If it
Is near a considerable village much of
the surplus might lie sold at good
The diagram shows how the plots
were arranged. On the west side a strip
one rod wide was reserved for such
things as onions, beets, lettuce, early
peas, etc., till of which can be planted
closely and grown to better advantage
than if planted in wide rows. In the
diagram this strip is shown, numbered
1, 2. 3. etc.
The remainder of the garden was
marked off into rows 30 inches apart
This is about the proper distance for
beans, peas, corn and potatoes when
grown in rows, drilled in the row. It
will be seen by the diagram that thu
plan for a garden allows it to Vie culti
vated north and south by horse power;
and if this is well and carefully done
but very little hand work will be neces
sary the season through. Farm and
ud a half to two hours. Detroit
Dutch Kamak ins. Sera pea quarter
cf a pound of good ChesiiireorGlouees-
! ter cheese, mix with it about one and
i one-half ounces of butter and the yolks
of two hard-boiled eggs. Put it into a
j mortar and pound it to a smooth paste.
I Toast some slices of bread, butter t hem
i ami cut them into square pieces, spread
I the mixture thickly over them, brown
them in a quick oven, and serve ar. hot
as possible. A little cayenne added
tr, the paste is an improvement. P.os-
How to Cook Meat. Take care the
lire is made up thoroughly, and all the
various cooking utensils required
Wilted roses can be restored by plao
ing the stems in hot water for a minute.
Coffee stains on white goods should
be washed in warm water before plac
ing in suds.
A dish or plate of water set in the
oven when baking cake will prevent
Don't clean brass articles w ith acids.
l"se putty powder with sweet oil. Wash
off with soapsuds, and then dry. This
will insure tl Tightness.
Our llurden llenrer.
Potiphar was greatly blessed in
Joseph, but Joseph was more great
ly blessed in God. All that Joseph
was to the Egyptian. G k1 was to
him, and much more. Thousands are
looking for a Joseph to manage their
affairs and relieve them of their bur
dens, who, if they would only sur
render themselves and their cares to
God.and accept of His guidance, would
find in Him a true burden bearer.
There are souls in the world who
have the gift of finding joy every
where and leaving it behind them
when they go. Their influence is an
inevitable gladdening of the heart.
They give light without meaning to
shine. Their bright hearts have a
great work to do for God. Frederick
Art itnd Time.
"I never," said the young man,
"could see any sense in that line about
'art is long and time is fleeting.' "
"It is evident," said the elder man,
"that you never have had occasion to
wait for your w ife while she made up
her complexion preparatory to attend
ing the opera." Indianapolis Journal.
N't Yokk, December 9, IW
ire I COTTON' Miilillinir
( 3 2- .
ready for use, clean, and at hand. The
joint should be overhauled and cleansed
w here necessary. Baked meat should I
niwavs be nlaced uiion a trivet, and
j that in a baking tin, care being taken
that the joint is placed in the center of
' tiie dish, and docs not touch the sides
I ot the oven. Ventilate the oven. Boiled
j fresh meat should be immersed in boil
J ing water, as the heat draws out the
1 substance which forms a coating that
half an acre, and I am I ' J"'"' J""'1-
that the value of the re- sllpi:'1 s,uh !ls a cl,'al" lre
and warm gridiron. I oke is better t nan
coal. Frying: Pan should be warmed
first and then fat thoroughly boiling.
Meat or lish should not be put on till
fat boils. Stewing: The joint in this
ease is placed in cold water, and should
simmer only, never really boil. This
takes a lunch longer time than either
boiling or roasting. Liverpool Mer
cury. Oilil I'rontinclatioll.
It appears that Byron called himself
Byrn (Burn), and the family name of
Covvper is. orally. Cooper. Cholinon
ilelev is pronounced Chimilev: Majori-
hiinks. Marehbanks; Wcmyss, Weems; .
Saint John. Sciijod or Singin; Arce- !
deckne. Archdeacon: Colyiihoun, Koo- :
boon: Duchesnes, Dukarn: Bethune, .
Beeton; Menzies, Mynges; Knollvs,
Knovles: liovver, Gorr: Dalzicl. Dael;
j Giainis, Glarms; Gcoghcgan. (iavgan; I
i Buthven. Iliven: Dillwyn. Dillon: in !
; Absrgiivemiy. the :iv is not sounded; in
; Hertford the t is elided, ami the e is a, j
as in far. etc. Xo less remarkable are I
many geographical names: Cirencester j
.s pronounceii Meester: t onteiraci,
Pomfret ; Woodmaneote, Woodinuckct;
Hnllahon. Horn; Haddiscoe. lladsker;
Grassington, Gerstun; Gunthwaite,
('unfit; Kckdale, Ashdale; Brighthelin
Rtone, Bryttin; Brampton. Brian,
Brawn; I'trome, Ooram: Meddlcthorpe,
Threithrup; I'ttoxeter, Tuxter; Peven-s-y,
Pinsey; I.'ampishnni, 1,'ansom;
Crostvvight, Corsit; Holdsworth. Hold
er; Kircudbright. Kircoobry; Ilkley,
Bthla: Coxwohl lieconies Cook wood,
and Mnrylehone sounds like Marrow
bone. X. Y. Tribune.
FLOCK Winter Wheat.....
COIC.N No. i
OATS No, 2
FOUK. New Mess.
ST. L, Jli
Ulit: VKS Kaiicv steers
HOGS Fair to Solect
tH tEP Fair to Oboice
F LOU It Patents
Fancy to Kxtrado..
WHEAT Nn. 8 Kod Winter.. .
OATS No. 3
in i. No. 3
HAY Clear Timothy
UL'TTUil Choice Dairy
POKK Standard Mess
IIACON Clear ltib
LAUD Prime Steam
iii MJS Fair toCiiiiice
sHl-.KP Fairt-i Choice
I-'LOL it Winter Patents.
WHKAT No. 3 Spring
COUN No. 3
OATs No. 3.
POUK Mess (now)
K AVS.VS CI t'V
Hi-Ki. All tirailes
OA i s No. 3
COlC. No. 3
CulCN No. 3
HA V Choice
FoiUv New Mess
Is I CIS VILLI'
WH i: AT Xo. 2 Ite l
COUN No. 2 Mixed
OATs No. 2 Mixed
POKK New .uess
BACON Clear Uio
Sit 4 50
3 30 H 3 Tr
Ot) to, (J",
"I don't know as I dare to say yes,"
she said, in response to his proposal;
"clergymen's sons, you know, are pro
"Yes," he replied, with eagerness,
"but then my father isn't much of a
clergyman." Boston Transcript.
At it Sure Difttnnce.
Clara All the girls are taking box
ing lessons. Aren't you scared?
Young Bachelor Xo; I always keep
r.wav from bargain counters. X. Y.
Covetoi sxnss swells the principal to no
purpose, and lessens the use to all purposes.
Tun preat rnlecf moral conduct Is next
to God to respect time. Lavater.
t'ltj (ioTernmriit of lYHnhlngton, I. O.
Home-rule in local affairs is a vital
principle in our government. It is en
trenched in our constitution. which
reserves to local authority every right
Dot specifically granted to the general
government. Yet in matters entirely
local, in school affairs, in health meas
ures, Washington citizens have no
voice nor control over the expenditure
of a single dollar of their taxes. Ia
other cities the power to correct official
abuses is in the hands of the people;
here, whatever the blunders commit
ted, it is hard to locate the guilty
ones. What is worse, though the
guilty be known, the people are pow
erless to rebuke them at the polls.
The spectacle, meanwhile, of a body
chosen to legislate for sixty-five mil
lion people diverted into a city council
dealing with ditch cleaning, care of
markets, graveyards and other neigh
borhood concerns, becomes more in
congruous each year. Margaret Xobl
Lee, in Chautauquan.
Diafttroas rnilare !
We can mention no failure nioreilisastrona
than that of physical energy. It involves tb
partial sus)ieiisiun of tiie digestive and a
similative processes, and entails the retire
ment from business of the liver and kid
neys. Only throiisrli the good offices of Hos
tetter's Stomach Bitters can the restoration
of its former vigorous status be imped for.
When this aid has been secured, a resump
tion of activity in the son:ach. liver and
bowels may lie relied upon. The Hitters
compters malaria ami kiduey troubles.
Clerk "That gentleman you sold a bot
tle of hair dye to three weeks ago was here
as-'ain to-day." Druggist "Was he after
another bottle?" "No. sir. He wanted to
know if we kept wigs." Life.
The rlfs Ronlo to Florida.
Why not, when going to Florida, tike ad
vantage of the opportunity of goin via St
Louis, making hut one change of cars an
mute, anil that iu the grand .St. Loins Union
Station, the largest in the -world, and
thence take the St. Lnui it Citirn Short
Line, the" llolhj Spriuy lloMte" to Florida.
Through sleepers to Jacksonville, low rates,
liberal limits with stop-over privileges, and
fast time. Address
Geo. E. Lart,
General Passenger Auent,
tt. Louis, Mo.
Calumny shall nisikc me set a surer guard
on myself, and keep a better watch on my
actions. Beu Jouson.
' I rA your shopping; with
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A House in the World" LJ I
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One Source of Rome's I'oxrer.
Xo more essential to her niainten
nce were the soldiers of Borne than
were her Sucrb roads. Like a huge
spider. Borne the magnificent sat at
the center of things, weaving the net
of her destiny along the threads of the
highways radiating from her. Ada
Langworthy Collier, Dubuque, Ic.
The curry comb on the t-ow is Quite
13 useful as it is on the horse.
A l'roj;reHtlve Nation.
Denmark, although a small country,
and relatively thinly populated, can
certainly lay claim to be the most pro
gressive nation in Kurox and is deter
mined not to permit the grass to grow
under its feet. The state schools which
the government has established for
popular instruction in the most advan
tageous methods of making butter and
other agricultural and farm produce,
which constitute the staple industry
of the kingdom, have already uchieved
u success the fame of which extends
throughout Kurope, and even to such
far-off countries as Japan and Siam.
The construction of the Kiel canal by
the ticrmans has had its counterpart In
the organization of a magnificent free
port at Copenhagen, and now within
the last ten days a railroad ferry line
has lieen estblished from the Danish
capital to Malmoe in Sweden, by means
of which a tourist can travel all the way
from Cadiz, in Spain, or Constantinople,
in Turkey, to the northernmost point
of Xorway and Sweden without leaving
the trnin. X. Y. Tribune.
A Keriotu Case.
The Bride (on the honeymoon)
fHiy, you only bought one ticket, dear.
The Groom By Jove! I never
thought of myself. Harper' Bazar
Brings comfort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
less expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
the needs of physical being, Trill attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative ; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
ana permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance
Syrup ef Figs is for sale by all drug
gists in 60c ana $1 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute if offered.
A Cordial Welcome i$ assured these HOLIDAY bargains
for the values are amost more than printers' ink can do justice to.
Ko. 2ij. Box Coaf
4 Kitten fiorif
2t incise long pure wool r'-nyh
H)tu lr, ii;c :--ason's n:fft j i:iar
fjtine liiackonly extra laryc
mHin sleeves lull ripple I-ack,
wti'r selt iacinp and hifh stt"rm
coil;!!-. Ail tor Misses and
I-Oilie;. In ordering stale bust
measure. The best value
ot the year at ... . OU
half -inch hemstitched fheer union
linen wit hand
cmr-m i de red
half dozen if)
re i; .ilar 25 cent
eacn, . OC
15c for the
ing. 60 cts. per
A Black Silk
a gift that will give more samiac
tion than any other Xmas remem
brance, ttlack atin Uuche5.se and
black Peau de Soie are this. season's
two leading fabrics. During our
Holiday Sale we ofter cither cloth
in 20-21 inch width real
$1.50 quality, all silk, yard, "oC
So. jo. Plaid Waist
hi!! tox-p!eat front extra large
well stiffened sleeves tiht fining
percalinc lining black satin stock
collar belt of se:f- f
material sies 3s to 44, O
Postage 14 cents.
SEND FCR SAMPLE CUPPINGS
and the picture
does nt flatter them either. AU
wool in plain colors, garnet, brown,
black and navy. The samples
we'll send will look prettier than
any description of them. The
sleeves are full 16 inches wide and
lined. Volte back, lined and ful
ness gathered on yoke pleated
front sites 3a to 44, . JQ
Postage 15 cents. $l.fO
VAI ID PJiniMrV DA-f
if not satisfied with vourourcbaae.
" THE SHOPPERS' ECONOMIST "
I ymion stv1e-
4 button effect 94 inches long,
stiictly all won! fast dyclongcurt
Chinchilla, either navy or black.
The new Pleated Sleeves extra
larije full ripple hat-k, wide self
facing and high storm collar. 'No
weeks ago price was $7.50. Sizes
32 to 44 suitable also for n
Ali&ses of 14, 16, 18 yrs. $0Utf
for we are exclusive agents (or that
West. This partic
ular lot consists of
the regular $1.50 1
everywhere as the
standard ot quali
ty. Keal French
kid, five hook, in
black, brown, tan,
mo-.'e and slate
all sires while they
last, for we do not
expect to be able
to duplicate this
sr. . si.oo
miniature stand 16 inches hub.
either blondes or brunettes, Willi
eyes that open and dose. French
serve dresses trimmed with ribbosj
and tinsel gimp. Bonnets haw
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