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SATURDAY, January 30, 1909.
Ours are new pat­
terns, beautiful
colorings, depend­
able materials and
the most compre­
hensive assort­
ments at prices that
prove our ability.
S. G. Hi I fit
For prices and information write
Walter Roscoe, Assistant.
Opposite Y. M. C. A. building.
Both phones. Calls in city and
country attended day or night.
Private ambulance.
Tri-Weekly Courier
Subscribers wishing their address
changed will please give th.^ name of
the Postofflce to which the paper has
been sent ae well
the Postofflce
where they desire It to be changed ta
From Thursday's Daily.
Neasham sells the best watches.
Mrs. N.. D. Bond of Eldon was in
the city this morning.
Shoulder braces at Sargent's.
Mrs. S- E. Long of Selma was a busi
ness visitor in the city this morning.
Mrs. L. S. Rail of Birmingham was
in the city on business yesterday
Fountain syringes guaranteed by
Mrs J. T. Gibson of Williamsburg
has returned home.
Mrs. L. M. Holmes of Farson was
in the city yesterday.
Mrs. Belle Thompson, of Moulton,
Shoes! Shoes!
These Prices lor
Four Days Only.
$1750 grade in Ladies Shoes at..$1.25
Best $2.50 I_adie6 fine shoes,
up to date styles, at $1.98
Boys' shoes, the $2 grade, sure
to give satisfaction, only $1.69
Men's $3 high top shoes,
while they last $2.48
Men's $1.50 heavy weight
Shoes, special $1.25
Regular $2 Men's heavy shoes .. .$1.48
Solid comfort baby shoes, the
90c grade 65c
Something new In $1.50 Chil
dren's Tan Shoes $1.25
Men's $4 fine up to date
Dress Shoes $3.00
$2.50 Men's neat, durable shoes..$2.00
Shoes for dress use as well as
service, $3 value, men's sizes..$2.50
Misses' $2 and $2.25 real fine
Dress Shoes, special $1.75
Everlasting Children's $1.50
School Shoes $1.25
Best $3.50 Ladies' fine
Dress Shoes... $3.00
Shoes for Ladies, usually sold at
$3, best of styles $2,50
Boys' $1.50 shoes, all sizes,
better than usual $1.25
J1 grade in Children's Shoes 75c
Boys' real fine $2.50 Dress
Shoes $£.25
118 E. Main St.
PS. We are selling Overshoes,
Rubbers, Leggins and Felt Boots at
unusual lo wprices, considering the
V\~ ^•'Js
Milk and
Our prices will interest
Write or Phone Today.
Graham & Garretson
Milk Company.
Both Phones.
returned home this morning accom
pained by her daughters, after a
visit, with her son Francis Thompson
on Emma street.
Cherry juice cough syrup at, Sar
Mrs. L. A. Smith of Sigourney spent
yesterday in the city
Mrs. H. E. Jamieson of Hedrick haft
returned home.
Mrs. S. G. Farrington of Ollie was
in the city yesterday
Mrs. W. E. Warren and Mrs. Nancy
Norris of Eldon were in the city yes
Mrs. E. J. Knox of Parnell, who has
been visiting Mrs. F. C. Farrell, 1019
Hayne street, has returned home.
Mrs. J. L. Matthews of Sigourney
has returned home after a short busi
ness visit to this city.
Mrs. L. C. Davis of Dudley was in
the city today visiting and on busi
Mrs. F. B. Canterbury has returned
home to Dudley after a business visit
in the city.
Conkey's roup cure at Sargent's.
Mrs. George Childs has returned to
her home in Buxton after a short
visit with Mrs. Ed Forsythe, 100
North Market street.
Mrs. L. C. Woodson has returned
home to Farson after visiting Mrs. B.
C. Dillon, who resides northwest of
the city.
Miss Mildred Cooke of Centervillo,
who has been visiting her sister, Mrs.
Millie Campbell, 720 East Main street
returned home this morning.
Hear! the
page 5.
Cancer specialist's ad. on
Miss Eddie Reane of Columbus
Junction, who has been visiting her
aunt, Mrs. J. W. Poole, 326 East
Fourth street, has returned home.
Mrs. J. C. Allen and Miss Nora Al
len of Albia have returned home aft
er a short business trip to the city.
Mrs. Jennie Stransbury, of Dean, re
turned to her home this morning aft
er having visited with her bi other, A.
Thompson in Riverview.
Miss Iva Sumner of Eldon, who has
been visiting Mrs. Will Richards, 124
North Jefferson street, has returned
Mrs. J. Oldham of Eildyville- arrived
in the city this morning to visit Mrs.
Frank Slutts, 429 North Court street
a few days.
Sargent fits trusses right.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Thompson of
Florls passed through the city this
morning enroute to Indianapolis, Ind„
where they will spend a few weeks vis
iting relatives.
The marriage of Rex Z. Rambo of
Keosautjua and Miss Bertha Camblin
of Douds-Leando was performed at
1:30 o'clock today at the homo ot the
officiating minister Rev. T. W. Jef
frey. The young couple are well known
and popular residents of their respec
tive communities.
Eldon—Chas. Hughes, who was hurt
at Laddsdale several days ago. is get
ting along as well as could be ex
No. 4, the "Golden State Limited."
was three hours late this morning,
owing to the blizzard.
The union meetings that have been
going on at the Baptist church for the
past four weeks are doing excellent
The protracted meetings at the
Christian church are meeting with
great success.
J. E. Hougland has received his let
ters patent on his agricultural imple
ment and road grader.
At the annual election of officers of
Vorhiss Post No. 73, H. W. Enyart was
re-elected commander.
L. D. Kimes. wife and daughter,
have returned from Decatur, Illinois,
where they were called by the serious
illness of their daughter.
Word has been rceived by the com
mittee appointed by the G. A. R. post
of Wapello county, from the Adjutant
General, of the U. S., that nice marble
markings will be furnished every sol
dier and sailor's grave in the country
on application. The date of birth,
date of death, company and regiment,
and, if in the navy, the vesel on which
the deceased was a sailor.
Laddsdale store has big stock, big
bargains. Drive out and see or send
your name to Laddsdale Supply Co.,
Laddsdale, Iowa, and get big sheet of
bargain quotations.
Columbia—C. H. StulJer visited rela
tives at Richland over Sunday.
Born to Mr. and Ben Forsyth Jan.
14. a daughter.'
Mr. anil Mrs, Harvey Stevens and
daughter Iva visited Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Warding of Chiliicothe Sunday.
The M. E. church choir of this placo
met for practice Monday night at the
W. A. Stodgill home.
The Misses Ethel and Bessie Lafol
lette of Russell visited over Sunday in
Dudley at the home of their uncle Jas
Mrs. Jane Garner, who has been
very ill is improving very slowly.
A series of meetings will commence
at this place soon and will be conduct
ed by Rev. Ward.
Damages in the sum of $750 were al
lowed Nancy Norris against the city of
Eldon yesterday by the jury, before
which the trial has been in progress
the past four days. The plaintiff sued
for $5,000 for a fracture to her right
arm, due to an injury caused by falling
on a defective sidewalk. During the
progress of the trial, over ten wit
nesses trom Eldon were heard, testi
mony having been given for both the
city and the complainant. The jury re
ceived its instructions and retired at
3:30 yesterday afternoon The ver
dict, sealed, was returned last night
about 8:30 o'clock.
Judge Anderson today dismissed the
suit entitled Clint Gibson vs. G. P.
Nason et al. It was settled as per
stipulation on file. The jury drawn in
this proceedings was excused. Judge
Anderson is today hearing motions in
several minor suits.
The grand jury is busy with mat
ters along criminal lines. Country At
torney Seneca Cornell reported this
morning, the deliberations of the body
would not be completed before to
morrow and no report will be made
until Monday.
Sargent says your money back if
Mi-o-na doesn't cure dyspepsia, sour
stomach, sick headache, belching of
gas. The remedy that has cured thous
ands. Only 50 cents a large box.
Mystic-On Wednesday evening Mrs.
J. H. Swanson was hostess to the Cul
ters club. A very profitable and de
lightful eveninjr was spent in the read
ing of the "Romance of America.'' Mrs.
Thomas Sedgwick read an interesting
paper on "Hogarth, the Artist." Light
refreshments were served.
The girls basket ball team of the
Humeston high school came Friday
evening and met the high school team
of this place in a game called at 8
o'clock. This was the first game for
the girls with an outside team and
their second game before the public.
They were defeated by the Humeston
team, score 22 to 16, but played well.
They expect to play a return game at
Humeston the latter cart of February.
C. F. Rancher of Ottumwa was in
the city last Thursday and Friday, as
sisting in the opening of the Mystic
Industrial Savings Bank.
The ministers of three of the
churches of this city had a meeting
last week which resulted in their
planning for a union evangelistic ser
vice to be held here during April. An
evangelist and singer will be secured
to conduct these services. The propo
sition was persented to the different
congregations at the regular Sunday
Miss Mary McCloud left Monday for
an extended visit with relatives in
Misses Emma Martin and Jennie
Davidson visited last week with their
friends at Harris, Mo.
Mr. and Mrs. George Studebaker are
entertaining their daughters, Mrs.
Gertrude Orr of Ottumwa. and Mrs.
Hallie McDonald of Kiinsas City.
Evan Williams and wife have re
turned from Ottumwa, where the for
mer underwent a successful operation
for appendicitis at the Ottumwa hos
Thomas O'Brien of Butte, Mont.,
was a. business visitor here last week.
Miss Mary Cook one of the teach
ers in the public school, is in Center
villo this week taking the teachers'
exa mination.
Mrs. H. L. Stow is spending the
week with friends in Chicago.
Mrs. Nan Davis of Des Moines, re
turned to her home Wednesday after
a pleasant visit with relatives.
Russell Chapel—Mr. and Mrs. C. B.
McEwcn were shopping in Ottumwa
last Thursday.
T. T. Funk and sons T. R. and Or
val, Floyd Githens, Ross Whitmer and
E. E. Giiyeart, attended the horse sale
in Ottumwa Friday and also took
horses down for the sale.
A large crowd attended the pie so
cial Friday evening at Shiloh school
Born to Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Wolfe
on Thursdav, a daughter.
Mrs. G. F. Donley and Mrs. E. E.
Giiyeart and daughter Crystal, attend
ed lodge in Fremont Thursday.
Newt Cackafare, Ed Dice and C. B.
McEwen attended the Cooper sale at
Hedrick Saturday.
Harold and Joe Russell entertained
a crowd of their friends Saturday
evening to a farewell part- before
leaving for their new home south of
Ottumwa. Various games and music
were indulged in after which they
were invited to the dining room where
a sumptuous repast was served.
Mr. and Mrs. N. Allender and son
Lew of Fremont spent Sunday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Wolfe.
Freeman Wolfe had to kill one of
his horses last week on account of a
bruken leg.
A large crowd of relatives and
friends ot near Selma attended the
funeral of Mrs. John Baldis, Jn Fre
mont Sunday.
Mr." and Mrs. W. H. Pendegraft and
family visited Sunday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Sisco.
Mrs. Roy Githens is again very
George Arnold of Ottumwa was in
this vicinity Monday.
A. Githens of Ottumwa. came Mon
day for a visit with his daughter, Mrs.
S. E. Clark.
Earl Reeves and Ed Dice baled hay
for Cal Humphreys the first of the
John Furdin of Fremont, was in this
vicinity Monday.
Hopewell—John Johnston and fam
ily spent Sunday at the J. M. Walker
Ed Ballard and family were Sunday
guests of Frank Sample.
E. L. Walker's spent Sunday at the
C. F. Worrell home.
Mrs. E. Dye is suffering of a severe
attack of quinsy.*
N. J. and Ernest Sammons and their
families visited at the Chas. Black
home last Sunday.
Claude Arnold's recently visited at
the Harvey Hunter home.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. White are mak
inrr an extended visit with their
daughter, Mrs. Bartlett, and other
friends In and about Cement, Oltla.
E. Hunter, Jr., and family are now
occupying the residence lately vacat
ed by Calvin Doll and wife.
L. R. Garrison has put in a tele
Mr. Purdue and wife spent Sunday
at the Wm. Dale home.
MrB. Ira Glover and daughter Irene,
spent last Monday with Mrs. Emma
Several from this vicinity attended
the Cohagen sale Monday.
Mrs. Mary Samples Is very ill with
the grip.
Eddyvllle. Dr. E. L. Bay was
called to his brother's home at Au
rora, 111., yesterday morning. His
brother had been the victim of an ac
cident in a machine shop, having his
foot crushed.. His brother's little girl
is also dangerously ill.
Mrs. John Morris and son Henry
spent Sunday in Oskaloosa at the
home of Mrs. Morris' sister, Mrs. J.
C. Wright. While there she called on
Mrs. Grant Dye, who has been ill
Geo. Weber and Joe Smith were
at home over Sunday from attending
college at Grinnell. They returned to
Grinn«ll Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bescoe returned
to their home in Bedford Monday.
F. M. Epperson and C. C. Palmer
were in Albia Monday
Mrs. Emma Moore, who resides
near Wichita, Kas., visited last week
at the Abe Stuber home, and with
Mrs. John Blake. She has gone to Van
Meter to visit this week.
Mrs. C. H. Stuber from south of
town is visiting her father and broth
ers and sisters at Ollie and Richland
this week.
J. W. Plummer, who has been visit
ing in Ottumwa for a week, came
home Monday.
William Powell left Tuesday for In
dianaolis, Ind., where he expects to
make his future home. Mr. Powell
was born and raised in this vicinity
and has spent his life here thus far.
His friends are sorry to lose him and
His wife from the community.
Will Blake and wife of near Cedar
visited with his grandmother, Mrs.
Jane Blake, Sunday. His fath»r
mother arrived from Glendora,
met. him here and accompanied
Farmington—Miss Lou E. Boyer of
Keokuk visited over Sunday at the
home of Wm. Goodin.
Mrs. C. A. English of Ottumwa ar
rived Saturday for a visit with Mrs.
O. S. Alfrey.
T. Beer of Keosauque was an over
Sunday visitor in Farmlne'ton.
Bean Ridge.—C. C. Baun and family
visited Sunday with W. B. Allred's.
A G. Tillitson and F. L. Dexter and
family were visitors at the W. Z.
Dexter home last Sunday.
Miss Eva Harsch has been sicg for
the past week with the grip.
Lyman Cohagen marketed hogs in
Ottumwa Monday.
James Marts and family visited Sun
day with his son, Marion near Orman
Dr. Holloway and wife and Squire
Marts and wife.were pleasant callers
at Henry Harsche's Saturday.
Miss Maggie Curry returned home
from Ottumwa Sunday.
F. L. Dexter who has been sick with
rheumatism the last three weeks, is
able to be out again.
Miss Bessie Harsch visited Tues
day with Miss Eva Harsch.
Mrs. »J. M. Arnold left for Moulton
Tuesday morning to attend the funeral
of her aunt Mrs. A. P. Berry.
Miss Nancy Randall and Miss Ella
Allred visited Sunday at the home of
Miss Randall's brother John, in Davis
Bonaparte—Mrs. Ed Jobe of St.
Louis. Mo., and Mrs. Clara Dobson of
Des Moines were here Monday to at
tend the funeral of their father, Havi
land Stewart.
Miss Nettie Israel has returned to
Hedrick after a short visit here with
W. B. Campbell of Milton is a busi
ness caller here this week.
C. A. Weber and Miss Margaret
Meek of Keokuk, were recent guests at
the Robert Meek home.
Mrs. Pearl Scott of St. Joseph, Mo.,
is visiting her friend Miss Olive Watts.
Elmer Haney has returned to his
home in Piffua, Ohio after a visit with
relatives in this vicinity.
Mrs. Lulu Griffith of Taylor county,
la., and Myra Malion of Shelbina, Mo.,
have been guests of their aunt. Mrs.
Kate Johnson.
John Hooper and Charles Stebbins
have returned from a business trip to
southern Kansas.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Merriott and
daughter of Silver City, N. Mexico,
are making a short visit with Mrs.
Merriott's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
Shipley. I
B. R. Proper of Keokuk, visited rel
atives here recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Miller of Bland
inrsville, 111., have been visiting at the
Noble Chipmari home.
Mrs. Belle Wagner was in Farm
ington Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rinabarger
have returned to their home in Gris
wold, after an extended visit with Mrs.
Robert Wilson and family.
G. E. Fahr Was in Albia the first of
the week attending a photographer's
Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Boyer are vis
iting friends In Keokuk.
Mrs. N. M. Case of Kansas City, Mo.,
is spending a few days with her aunt,
Mrs. Kate Hihish.
B. R. Vale and Jas. McGrove were
Keosauqua visitors Tuesday.
Chariton—Joe Stanley is visiting
with his mother, Mrs. Lizzie Stanley,
while on his way from Clarinda to Ke
wanee, 111.
The fire department was called out
Tuesday by a blasse at the residence of
Matt Rosson. The roof caught fire,
probably from a defective flue. I'h6
flames were extinguished before much
damage was done.
Mrs. H. B. Murray and two children
of Tuskego, were called to this city
Tuesday by the serious illness of the
former's father, J. B. Preston, who is
suffering with stomach and heart
Harry Hervey has returned to Coun
cil Bluffs after a visit of several weeks
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas.
Miss Elsie Kirk and Miss Harvat of
Kirk9Ville, Mo., returned home last
f^iffmp 'BHt§,-, fftlF ,'''"'*• •..„!"/
Tuesday after a visit with the former's
uncle, Chas. R. Kirk and wife.
Mrs. N. B. Hollinger left Tuesday
for. Rochester Minn., where she ex
pects to undergo an operation for the
removal of a tumor. She was accom
panied by her daughter, Mrs. Lydia
Welch of Jewell.
Earl Combs who recently returned
home after a four years' service in the
navy, during which time he made a
trln around the world, delivered an In
teresting lecture at the M. E. church
Tuesday evening and had on exhibi
tion many curios and specimens of fine
needlework, which he had collected.
Capt. S. S. Arnold who fell last week
and broke his hip, is in a critical con
dition. Kidney trouble and other com
plications developed and it is believed
that he can live but a few hours.
Efldyville—William Marshall Bald
win died at his parents' home east of
Muchakinoclt, Monday. January 2o, of
pneumonia, aged 11 years, 4 months
and 16 days. The deceased was the
son of Marshall and Emma Baldwin,
and was born in Missouri. The funeral
took place from the house Wednesday,
and interment in Highland cemetery.
A surprise party was given to Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Powell prior to' their
departure for their new home in In
dianapolis, Indiana. The party was
given at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Quincy Meyers. Those present were
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Powell, Mr. and
Mrs. John Denning, Q. Powell and
sons, John and Leslie, Misses Anna
Briggs, and Pearl Whiteman. Lunch
was served.
J. W. Parrott was over from Hedrick
visiting with his old acquaintances
Tuesday. He was making a short vis
it with his mother.
Mrs. E. A. Wells expects to return
to her home" at Alliance, Nebraska
this week. She was called here by the
illness of her brother Jacob Noe. She
lias succeeded in nursing Mr. Noe
back toward health again, as he ap
pears on the streets occasionally.
Bloomfield Christian Church Revival
a Great Success—An Excellent
Bloomfield, Jan. 28.—(Special.)—The
meeting at the Christian church last
night was the best in the series. Sup
plemental to the sermon was an illus
tration in 5 chapters of "Life in the
Old Home," from babyhood to old
age, showing and impressing upon one
how the earlier training and memories
stay with one even to old age. The
mother sang to her babe a verse of
"Nearer My God to Thee." The in
fluence of the song passed down
through the Ave generations. The last
chapter was supposed to be at the
funeral of the Old lady. When the
choir sang very sweetly a verse of
the song. There were tears in many
eyes at the conclusion of this very
impressive part of the evening service.
The sermon "A Chart Lecture on
Conversion," was a strong one and
Rev. Bruce Brown made it plain to
all the necessity of right living.
Miss Mabel Swift favored the audi
ence with a solo and after the invita
tion, to which six responded, J. P.
Garmong sang the beautiful hymn
"Plant My Feet on Higher Ground,
into which he threw much feeling. Al
the close of the service six were bap
Tonight Rev. Brown's sabject will
be "Governed by Ghosts." J. P. Gar
mong will sing a solo each evening. A
choir of fifty voices help to make the
meetings very interesting.
In Vain Search for Husband Who
Promised Riches— Comes
From Scotland.
Des Moines, Jan. 28. After travel
ing 5,000 miles from her modest home
midst the crags and the*braes of her
beloved Scotland to join her hus
band, Mrs. Mary Murphy, a woman of
65 years, appealed yesterday to the
humane society for aid, stating that
she had spent her last penny In a vain
search for the man who had in his
letters promised her a life of luxury
and ease if she would come to Des
Moines and rejoin him after a separ
ation of three years.
Humane Officer James Eckles with
the assistance of the police, made a
thorough search of the city yesterday
for the canny Scot, biit no trace could
be found. Meanwhile the heartbroken
old woman wails in her anguish at
the loss of her husband and at the
distance that separates, her from her
114 East Main Street.
Ben^- E'
Successful Record
Dr. Benj. E. Strickler, Physician and Snrgeon In Charge Permanently.
Old Phone 251-R
New Phone 664.
Noe. 209-211 West Main Street
^trickier, hhysicianand surgeon In charge permanently
d5 years of practical experience in the treatment of all chronic dis
eases of men, women and children, is sure to be of great benefit to all
those suffering from any ailment.
No doubt Dr. Strickler has successfully cured Just your very ail
ment in his long experience as a successful doctor.
No matter who may have treated you for that trouble, you should at
least consult and have an examination made by Dr. Strickler, who will
tell you frankly just what your ailment may be and the best methods of
treating the same. The office is equipped completely for giving all cases
the very best of attention.
A lady assistant, fully qualified, is at the ofilce who treats all ladles
preferring her attention.
Dr. J. B. Keith & Co.
9 A TO A.
Round Trip
Homeseekers, Rates
February 2 and 16.
$20.90 to Denver, Colorado Springs, $55.00 to Spokane and other points
Pueblo. Proportionately as low rates in Eastern Washington.
to other points in Eastern Colorado. $36.50 to Billings, Mont, the me.
$39.00 to Salt Lake and Ogden and ?£?°lta °f
nn°!+tS v. *36-50
information and folders.
W. S. PARKER, Agent.
C. B. & Q. R. R.
If you want a share this spring for J. I. Case Sulky or Gang Plow
bring me the number stamped on under side of share and I will get
altogether by freight and save you some money. To the first person
ordering I will donate one of my best $L00 buggy whips. Now "boys"
do not all be first.
Morning, Noon and Night.
Twenty Cents Per Pound. Ask Your Grocer.
J. H. Merrill & Co.
home and children across the sea.
Employment was. found for the
woman yesterday in a private family
and she declares that as soon as she
can earn sufficient money she will re
turn to Scotland.
St. Louis Grain Market.
St. Louis, Jan. 29.—The grain mar
ket follows:
Corn—61 Vic.
New York Grain Markets.
New York, Jan. 29.—The grain mar
kets follow:
Corn—70% c.
Chicago Grain Market.
..Chicago. Jan. 29.—The grain market
Mav—opened—[email protected] 1.08 %.
$1.07% @1.07%.
July—97 %c.
May—opened—62% ©63c.
Closing—62 %c.
May—opened—[email protected]
Highest—52 Vic.
the rlch
$40.00 to Butte, Helena and other land and other points in the famous
points in Montana. Big Horn Basin.
"Similar low rates to hundreds of other points west and northwest.
If you have never seen the rich Irrigated fanning districts of Montana
and Wyoming you should join one of our personally conducted excursions
the first and third Tuesdays of each monta to the Yellowstone Valley and li
the Big Horn Basin.
Yell°w8tone Val*
Cody, Basin, Powell, Wor.
Let me give you further
"New Shepherd's Ranche."
Ottumwa, Iowa.
When Yon Are
In Town
Ottumwa's Popular Dining Place.
dlasses Fitted. Ottumwa. is.
Hours, to 12 a. m. to p. m.
Sundays. 9 to IS a. m., S to 6 p. rr_
George Chandler of Kirkville, an(
Ray Harrison of Montrose, Kan., ar«
visiting relatives at 511 Church street

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