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fx odW MRh.li Kilt, h aaepad (Sata aiaU antttn.
I'tipt Leo is aj-ain reported in
picctrious conilitoin of health.
If every city In the union had a
Joe Folk, what revelations we
St. Louis is the center of water
attraction now, as well as boodle
Joe Fo!k may be a Democrat,
but he hat Republican persistence
and does things.
Decaying vegetation often pio
duces wonderful specimens. So
the Democratic party may produce
a Joe Folk.
At last it may be assumed that
Fisherman Grover Cleveland rather
enjoys watching the presidential
cork bob op and down.
, President Roosevelt completed
hit nine weeks trip of 14,000 miles
travel last Friday morning:, without
accident and in his usual robust
Pennsylvania Republicans en
dorsed the nomination of President
Roosevelt r.i his own successor,
which was the right thing for the
Pennsylvania Republicans to do.
Governor Bailey ot Kansas has
announced that no application for
office will be appointed unless he has
a comfortable bank account. What
does he suppose people want offices
A New Yoik magistrate has dec
ided that a man has a right to scat
ter money 00 the streets if he wish
es. It is gratifying to know that
point is settled. Now the only thing
to do is to get the money to scatter.
It will cost about It to give the
home farm a name of its own and
have a batch of note heads and
envelopes printed with the name
of the farm and its owner on them.
It is a question if $1 can be spent
to better advantage.
While this country has never paid
distinctive honores to Mr. Edison,
such ts have lately been bestowed
on Si.goor Marconi by Italy, it has
paid him royalties with great cheer
fulness and regularity, which is per
hays quite as satisfactory to Mr.
According to the Lock wood
Uiasouiian the Mutual Fire Insur
ance Company oi Dade county, at
their meeting of May 30, allowed
claims for six cattle killed by light
ning $155, and on one horse J too,
total titf. Good for the farmers
of Dade county.
And now it is Eulalia, the gra.
cious Spanish Princess who visited
the World's Fair at Chicago id
1S03, who is accused of indUcre
lions? The Queen mother says she
mut leave Spain. Can It be "The
trail of the serpent is over them all ?
Is royal blood no better than com
Lady Henry Somerset, the great
temperance advocate of England,
has recently been dangerously ill
from rupture of the bowels and un
dergone an operation, im! is now
recering. She has recently btta
superceded in the presidency of the
National UritUh Woman' Tem-
pctaiice Association becaute she
advocated municipal ownership of
An international interest is to
give to St. Louis boodle cases bf
by the decision of Circuit Attor
ney Folk to set for the extradition
torn Fiaticecl FJiis Waiawright,
a tich brewer, ho has been indi
cted. tVainwrit was a director
cl the tuburban lilecliic Railway
company, acousej of .iyslvoK ,the
,V(. Louis municipal. 'h oUcy
cf Attorney Folk in going aWtr
t:.c full bribe tivts as well aa the
j i-.'icr I n!. i- lakers is an especially
ecu luemldUa features of his pio
te.uu.a iii lU i-cuin cp
"Cold Illooflrd Irii(inlf iH-fl."
Do you cvrr erne nciois a Hc
pul)!i.:an paper Hint hoi a word of
condemnation for its putty on ikJ
count oi the rank b,iKii'(r in the
posiwIKce department? Do you
ever find n Republican jnmnnl that
denounces its party, I f fC in Mis
souri, for the scandalous corruption
amonjj. Republican senators at Jef
ferson City? There can be but one
answer to thce questions. It is
no. jet, these papers say t lie y
want to redeem Missouri from a
"corrupt ring." How is that for
cold blooded impudence, anyway?
Can the Lamer Democrat or any
other Democrat point out a real
stalwart, out-and-out Republican
newspaper that ha not in plain and
explicit terms demanded the punish
ment of any and all boodlers, more
especially Republicans, wherever
and whenever found without regard
lo previous condition of servitude.
It has been the history of the Re
publican party 10 punish bribers and
bribe takers, whether in the party
or out of it, ever since the party
came into power. Such a thing
was unknown in the Democratic
party from the time of the New
York Collector of Port Swartwout's
million dollar steal under Andrew
Jackson's administration until the
attempted steal of United States
torts and arsenals under Buchanan,
which wss stopped by the first Re
publican president Abraham Lin
coln. Under Republican adminis
trations as a rule, whether national,
state or city, unfaithful servants are
caught and punished, and the Re
publican papers of Missouri are
now all unanimously demanding
that the Republican senators, and
any others, who engage in public
corruption of any kind, shall be
caught and punished to the full ex
tent of the Jaw without regard to
the wishes or interference of Gen
eral Technicality. Give them hell
is the cry of every good Republican
in the state. Such men are not
good Republicans and the sooner
they are kicked out of the party and
into prison or the Democratic party,
No such demand seems to be
made by the Democratic papers of
the state ot Missouri, or any other
Democratic state. No boodler in
this state or any other like it, has
ever seen the inside of the states
prison, nor are they likely too while
technicalities can prevent it and
they seem to be exceedingly plenty
around where there are Democratic
courts- Don't be uneasy about the
postoflice boodlers, they will all get
their dose, and we venture the as
sertion that more of them in propor
tion to numbers, get into the peni
tentiary than do in Missouri. Nor
will there be any second trials about
it either. They may appeal and
exhaust all their resources but they
will land where the jury of their
peers say they should, see if they
don't. And they will not be par
doned out while Roosevelt Is presi
dent either, which will be nearly
tea years yet.
Who la He?
When a county ollicial is to unfair
as lo become the cringing, suple
tool of any one party paper, to the
exclusion of the rest, he is courting
official investigation, public scrutiny
and permanent retirement. "Dead
A Cheap Election.
Senator Pettus of Alabama re
ccntly disproved prevaling theory
that aU seats in the United States
senate are expensive and that that
body is altogather a millionaires'
club, lie tent to the secretary of
the state of Alabama the sum of
$1 in a postal note to cover the
entire expenses for his recent un
aminous election. This sum rep
resents the fee of the secretary of
6UI.0 of this service. So for as
Vuowtf J,. i a is a record in the mini
mam pric i of .Rests in the senate.
Ohio and Maik 1(41111. after f
most harmonious Krpublicau con
vention under the lead of Fife
Alarm Foraktr, all rnjiiej IVe
iJent Roosevelt's aJmiiiMration
and recommended hit nouiiimiion
to succeed hiiiitell. Nominated
Manna's diem) and ncigl bor, My
ron ilenkk for governor; nominat
ed Hanna as his own successor in
the United Slates senate nrt vcar,
and turned the whole coiiveniion
into a ifgulur harmony love fcaot.
T(!ie ttalwatt Republican idea on
the Jii'jtf the 'Ohio idea" now,
at wrll iit of ,l'ertiit)lvauia. I;
dors the hoiil of an old time Itrpub.
lie 101 nood to see no slmtlling
VU V.1 Ui.U ijucuivil,
fOSIHAHK ,501 WAiUr.lt.
R. T. Stokes, late lieutenant Co.
F. Mo., volunteer infantry, happen
ing In a ccitaiii Kn.n town on
lUMite one cl,iy met the Commd
Wal'aer mentioned in these verses
and was invited to take dinner with
hiintelf and wife. Tb comiadts
had not met before since th?y were
mustered out together. They ice
ognizcd each other at once and the
inspiration of the occasion prompt
ed the following verses that will be
appreciated by every old soldier in
whatever army he served : ,
roMi.'AiiK WAur tt.
Well, Coinrmla Wnlkor, I ihi'lnrv.
I six" you look Home wtirw fur wear,
A little bowed, and Hoinew hat In mo,
liut that old laugh In Jtint the sniu.
I've awn you, Jim, when It took nerve,
Your duty donnd country nerve.
And though wenownreoMnnd pray,
We helped old glory win the day.
We hnd some Tun In army life;
It was not all just war and strife,
We had the bitter with the sweet
And always liked good thlngatocnt.
When we were "boys" of Unele sam'n
We lived for day on naught but yarns
But when we went on picket line
We alwAye hnd St fat and fine.
And then that pg up in the field.
We killed bo quick It never squealed,
And when thcchlcks tH'jran to pqall
To atop their uolxe w e took theiitall.
We sometime) hnd a turkey pie
Unions the turkeys roosted hljrh;
Keruomber, Jim, the butler-milk
We found Insprinir-houw fineftKl!k.
We ott times did the rvlielii chaw,
But sometimes led them in the nice;
We had to mind our P's nnd U's
Or els the Grays would chase the
One night the guard tho camp did
Just blazed away and tshot a mule;
To anus! to arm; through, camp
We were attacked we thoust, no
P.ut when wc saw the mule there dead
We all broke ranks and went to bed,
But dreamed the rvba were coming
Still camp was qnlet and demure.
And now dear Jim, life's work most
Our children gone we're left alone
Exeept we have the same good wives
Who loved us in our early lives.
They've shared with us our ups and
And well have earned bright starry
They've oft endured our comings
And spared us oft deserved retort.
And now, dear Jim, with years three
We cannot hope for intiuy more
But let us life's sweet nevtar quad
And greet our friends with hearty
That Durned Crowd."
It is said that when Governor
Dockery was asked in Jefierton City
last week if he would convene the
legislature in extraordinary session,
he replied that heilid not want "that
durned crowd in the capitel again,'
The Journal is pained that the gov
ernor should use such language. It
is not good English, nor is it good
Missourian. Fulton Journal.
The Foreign llelatlon or Woman
Jn the July Is Uneator MU laraK.
iMugUUu discusweslu an In to renting
luuuuer womuu's furvjgn relations
that Is. nlrtnlon with times; nutatiJc
the family circle. Her point Is that
every relation, whether with mierl
ors, inferiors or equal. Is an element
of character. Admiration lor iIioho
h ho i.ru jilovt! oiiu In wisdom. In
shlllly, la Koodiiexs Is uu hixjilni
tloii. Heltitlon with Inferiors, 1 1 10
who are dejteiulcd upon one develop
iU Olie Ip-Utlrm-ns, toinlerilvarf, 'li-
pnthy aad tho rapnelty to love, lo
Is' a ftli-lid, Ik, indt'd. Woman's
trrentest distinction. With tltoe
who stand on one's own plin 110
relation la oiienl.ie; lor w iiatever
g od one di there Is ndmjUiite re.
tQru. if not lu fart, hi th cuiim Imis
uioiof good ilit-ds jH-rforined. Jt
takes a deal of taet, alno, i iknoiv
when hi, (I what to give of one's
bounty, for we can do harm lis glv
Injf as In taking.
Home Keekers xcurhlona.
On March 3 and 17, April 7 and
ai, May 5 and 19, June 16 and
31, we will sell home stekt-rs ex
cursion tickets to the following
1 States and teiritorics at one fure plui
49.oo or the round trip, nnal re
turn limit il daysroiii date of talcs
Alabama, Arizona, Arkni.
Colorado, FJoiiJa. Georgia. Judun
Territory, KajikJi, Iowa, Kentucky,
Louisiana, bfictiaj), Miiiuoota,
Miatikkippi, Miouri, Nel.iat.ka,
New MeaUo, Jj'orth Carulinj,
Oklahoma. tioulU Carolina'
South Dakota, Te.n,e.tc. Tessa.
I'tah, Virginia. Wiuoiiii. Wyo.
tiling, for one fare plu $j.oc. for
the round trip.
H. A. BAif.kv, Agt.
Gen. (). (). Howard iumii that
Kentucky fcuda inukt klop, but it
will be noticed thut he dots his in
sitting at ucg r:e,
fount I em Kieert Not Pay.
r.!evi;n j e.irs sro a tramp was
convicted of burglary in Macon
county and sent to Ihe peniten
tiary. Alter be was incarcerat
ed a jury was cinpantlej at Jtf-
ftrvni City which adjudged him
insane, and ha was temoveJ to
tho asylum at Fulton, The Ful
ton a?) In in authorities then began
regulaily to send the bills for his
keep to the Macon county court,
and the Macon county court as
regularly repudiated them. At
last the asylum officials sued Ma
con county for Hit amount alleged
to bs due. The case finally was
taken to the supreme court, which
has just decided in favor of cf Ma
con county. The Macon court
contended that the tramp was not
a resident of that county, and that
tt was not, therefore, responsible,
for his support. The decision is
of interest all over the state, be
cause it relieves the various
counties of responsibility for the
maintenance of vagrants who hap
pen to be convicted of crimes
within their borders and puts it
entirely upon the state. Before a
country can be made to pay for
the maintenance of a man it must
be shown that he was actually an
inhabitant of that particular
county, which seems a very fair
rule. K. C. Journal.
Johuny on Aula.
My subject this month is ants.
There is 3 kinds ot ants, namely,
insecks and lady unkles. They
live in little hills of sand and with
their married sisters. 2 stay with
us. They krawi in the sugar-bole.
This is all I know about ants.
Georgia Editorial Amenities.
"Which is the editor?"
'The man with the shotgun."
"I mean the assistant editor?"
"The man with the club."
"I think I should like to see the
obituary editor ?"
"Can't. He's outside whippin
Everybody knows the pretty lit
tle forgetmenot and likes the
flower more perhaps because its
name than its bJauty. How way
it so called? The Germans ac
count for it by quite a pathetic ro
mance. It seems that once upon
a time a knight and lad were
walking by the bank of the IJao
uue whin the latter asked her
"gallant gay" to pluck (or her
tiny blue flower which she saw
growing in the stream. No sooner
sayed than done, but the knight,
overbalancing, fell into the river
and, owing to the slippery nature
cf the bank aoJ the weight oj his
own armor, was carricj awy fcy
the current. As he threw the
flowers ashore to bis lady he cried
out with his last breath, "Vergisj
mein nicht!" ("Forget-me-not.")
And every since the flower has
been looked upon as the emblem
The return of President Roose
velt to the white house is expected
to morrow. While throughout his
long western trip Mr Roosevelt
has kept in cloe touch with affairs
in Washinton, it has been impos
sible for him to keep in as close
touch with them as he woulJ have
haJ he been here. The president
will not remain long in Washing
ton and events are expected to
happen with considerable lapijity
while be is here. Doubtless the
hrst subject tie will take up
will be postoflice investigation. It
will not be possible lo lay before
him even a summary of the inves
tigation, as was hoped a few weeks
!a(o, lor the reason that, there are
too nnny loose ends and clews
which the inspectors are still fol
lowing up. Then there is the sub
ject of an assistant to Mr. (,'ortel
you, Sttrctary ot the Department
ol Commerre and Labor. There are
several candidates for this position
perhaps the moit iutluential being
Clod of the Brotherhood ul
Railway Conduct; rs, Clark, Tte
La'jor iutert&ts that a lepresenta
tive of some one of their organi'a
l, on b5 chosen.
If there has been douMt in say
ijuaiter as to President Roosevelt's
popularity it must have been com
pletely J:tipatcd by the evrntsed
the pkt wetk. "There can be
ro ipjcktioii regarding Prekidrnt
Roosevelt's nomination by (he re
pulli(.aa cooveutiao ia I94" isij
u cabinet officer to your (Dries
pondent, recently r.lter diittir.sing
the events of tho pist ten days.
Following closely upon Senator
Manna's announcement that be
would not oppose tl uliptiort
of a resolution of endorse
ment in the Ohio convention, Sen
ator Fairbanks, who with Mr.
Manna's support would have mrido
the next strongest republican can
didate, came out with a statement
(that the Indiana would cast a solid
vote for the president. Senator
Piatt of New York has also made
a similar statement and according
to the Cabinet Oflicer reftrid to,
"There is positively no ground
for doubt regarding Mr. Koosevel's
nomination." Under these circum
stances the president returns to
Washington with his hands up
held and in a position to act as
fearlessly in the future as he has
in the past. The people are with
him and the politicians, if any
are sulking in their tents,
will be compelled to get into the
Further important developments
in the postoflice situation which
have been anticipated for more
than a week, have not yet mater
alized although they are daily ex
pected. Postmaster General Payne
has receiyed and gived to the pub
lic the replies to the Tullock char
ges made by ex Postmaster Gen
eral Smith, ex First Assistant
Postmaster General Heath, and,
in fact, all the officers who were
involved in Mr. Tulloch's allega
tions of irregularity. One reply.
however, remains on the postmas
ter general's desk, a sealed com
munication in so for as the pudlic
concened. It is the report of
Fourth Assistant Postmaster Gen
eral Bristow relating to an inspec
tion made for the Washington offi
ce and based on Tolloch's charges.
This report is understood to sup
port many of the allegations made
and the public is anxiously await
iog its publication before it is will
ing to regard the Tulloch affair as
as a closed incident. The statements
already given out are all exparte.
Bristow's report will not be so re
garded. The replies so far publish
ed deal in generalities. Tulloch
dealt in specihee charges and it is
Bristow's rrply 10 those specific
counts that the public awaits with
One of the most difficult prob
lems which will confront the presi
cpt in the postoflice affair will be
the reconciliation wi Ppstr;aster
General Payne and his hrst Assist
ant, Mr- Wynne. Wynne, witlj
the instincts of a newspaperese
and intense loyalty to Mr. Je".
cu, aouRiu oy every mean, p0SSi.
tile to expose the iasca!sfthe Je.
parlment. He belived tht a purg
ing of the postoflice c!ep(rtroeo, of
(raiid wow4 constitvte ' p,0uj
achievement for the lfootfyelt a 1
r,ninistfauoo. Payne, on ihe olhe
bapd, with insiinclf pi af pw;,cii,n
Intensely icyal 14 tho t-publicao
party, sought by every trl-ll, pos.
sible to avoid publicitan j t0live
from censure men wlay jlgcj )ten
prominent in the pam j, ,g no,
doubled that he dei.j ,0 ,, ou,
Actual ratals bat wouKJ have
exposed no 'than guij.y of irtPvUur.
mes tor the Denerit i f xhe lif as
in coni.rdiitiuctio, ,n t.-,,,a
benefit. The rcsul. c( ,ilc,e ,wp
co'olicting altil'udenj poi'n cj
view has been lo ci.ale ,tiincd i
lations and notwithstanding the fact
only Wynne's pcibttlKe hasreaull
ed in the eapokureL M-chen, Mil
ler, Tyntr, el al., i3).ne regards
him as persona urata. Tie
outcome of the a,;r jepcnj, 0
Secretary Mo who j,,, :ut,
leturncu 10 Pton, btmx
news of a great cwsopui,r sentinemt
for the strength. lg o( ,,e ,vy
lie .ays tne pn'l,ell,', wofj, ii4ve
born fruit and fKlyone j faVor
of incieasii.R ly)jsval ttici.Rth of
the nation. 4.
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VI11. the M. K. A T. Uy. mid the
Kxetilon Pteimier J. 'Sunday
June J $3 5) Kouiid Trip.
Simh-ImI trnln )nve NVvnitrv, Ato., nt
l:."d . 111. Musle nnd rrfn-NhmentM
on uteamer. A rmwt 1ei!h!ln! trip,
lioli't miss it. Iteturnltijr. fje lal
trnin leave Hnunlbnl, Sumlay nt
)s.(KJ o'clock p. in.
St. Louis k Horth
Coiiueeta at fcfltjruian with th Hi
Louia and f an Frauelaoo. New ilrua
card n etTwt Sunday .June. l:wj
No, 1 Lv. Kurka 8pts. 6:5oa. to.
Af, Holiiuan firlOa.ru.
No. 2 Lv. Heltgiuan ' 7:10 a.m.
Ar, Eureka Hplnjr 8:07 a. in.
No. 6 Lv. Kurcka pluirs 5:V) p. iu.
Ar. Heliiuau. C:4i p. ru.
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Ar. Eur-ka Hprinxa 8:0J p. rn.
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Tott srsr.t ts f'eir nrd crenel,
Yon w&nt ta tavs ycor horis.
' tsa wsr.t a k:y to da s nsn's work
Ysu wast 19 rid ycor vslslsj
tlcsr. Utter cr harrevr,
1At nt if tr't klm'-x Itn ;!. Vea.
Il U liainifml ia ) Ih nrk . itt
tit W , .l..w i.n il-r fcri, rtuk- ....ra w
lnr (.!" I ltd lr l'-f. atl tt.Hia 1 r a tl-l
ball aa kwk a aa a mti .
fO ALIt fit
Gcnch Bros.. Rich Hill.
A Mtwlo'n r.aKwar Una, Trrerlr.a tba
JlUHftatnl IVrfUotif Ol
rex o tmc
A HO THr
fV-litcri nrt In e?oet :1 b Jrar to
rlrrt 1 :f i'- 1" 1 . '- a.rf rt :ti'a
iltt tl I' a. 1. a ai
KICK HILU 1l-SOlRI,
Kani-nH City Mull nnd K.x-
pr-tj 0:t" . m.
TesnM, OLIiihuiii.t Jt Mfiti-
phlx, ilnii nnd Liin( fi p. m.
tiirtion CV'uter 1.1.1 p. in.
KniiKfotdty Mall nnd I"x-
pr-"i , ..,.U:i"ip. til.
TrXfia. Otl ilii.nri nd Mt-tn.
phi. Mull ud i:j;rT a .-Jin. m.
CurtMu iViuer i....'-A0 . in.
1'nr ilt'tnilrd InfornintlMti In n gnrd
to train wnliv, ratt. ru-., ripply to
I"- T. I.nl'urrU-rv. l-wul --rt. nr
Jim. DkiimIhi.-, a. !. I". A., Kaiiaua
t Ity. Mo.
Vhy rt-in.ilu In t! Nvirth
nud In l.Mir iiiotith In
th yv.ir coiioii u,lii what
yi'ii r.'.l. during ti,.,: ntijik"
ik li,.,l.ll.J) IriiStiutU k h-lj
yml ran ivi-rk uii iu-.iir vry
Jnotlth In tho.vfiir, nm! Inn
J on urv irxlin iii ai.iui'tliliitt
tho yi-nr round. If Jon nr
11 mUh k rulwr j uu krniw
jfiiur Htm k un- now- 'Vtithn
th-lr li.'n N rf". ru lViO'
J.'i'.. lu i-tr ii.t-. t'J fmtii I tic
rlKra 1 tt Intrr ty rs ulM
util-JtiT. Cimt ( product hn
di tcriiiitnit plaoi lit produo;
luit, nnj M il ouwi iiid I b'l'
l.J. Vu prolua' lif an. I
! P tiii'iiju-r t tin 11 nii.v filter
ftnte, mid niOKt l-ivuinu tin
CeiltlT lt A KM'tlt ImiiiKiry nl-
rvndy lNj;nn. 1'i imnutfiil
iKk (.! lim njulrx-a Hit?
intiilliilhili .if Imtll flU.
furiiiliijj mid (.1 1 ("i iiaiii; ('),
(uv ta'.U t'i'i t"rt"n. AW
.1 liuu i'..,lll.k CuUl.liil
lliljl ji lit fli tV itt UllUt iltM
i hvnp riU;'.', iiiid tlnH niid"
" Whni 'i tiltlvnW-d i-idiu til
lililliid.uiti' th" vilvtt U'joi
ami funvi, lliii (lrl ii II. n
prodiivt'r, mid tlx' lut'-r a
I-kt prixliu r.und thry 11 n tho
l In ij -t iilld U t-t f.it (. iilnjj
iiintcilu! kin ns n tit iu
ttnlM. Ifl(illll- liil.-tr.tcd
nud dihlr.- luitl.ir Inf. rni.i-
tloll llll till' !ll,Jl't, Illhln-XM
' Iwaaasattlial fa Alt llHMtl
' UmlWi & KasMij- R. R.
We il.-firi' to viiiplny a trnt urthy
ludy or K-iitl-niii Li iiiiiini-c mir
liiniincMt in thin Cuniity mi l
In t'nit,ry. Our t.,ti. u wi ll m,
OO MralKlit l uaii Kiilisrv
anil nil I.ktuiiaca iniid ' l:ivss
Wntk l.v lUk tt Ik.i.i h, .
ipiartMa.' r.n.itw 111.nn y ji-Imuh cl;
prt'il.Mia' cxm ri. n, t. iiiiii.M.nry;
lionltiull pt li'ialiciit. A.l.lii HH
Tiioma J. Coon ii, X'd iKt'-r.
1010 CuMi.u lluiidlii. "Mil av, It.i,
j kuuining', 11 A L. Ptl V OILS,
1 .r, 1 wn iv.arra ri aa. ttamia. ( ,
Iww an '-aia a.4 I ,! ik
Im, l.iMi'M lK.41. a-i UiHk 4VJrt-aa ,
Hc;id Tho Tribuno
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