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EL PASO HERALD
- - . -Friday, January 28, 1910. IY v . . e &,& FOR SOREST UlCEOS s,a i Estate 1 he There is but one way to cure an old sore or chronic nicer, and that is to remove the cause that produces and keeps it open. 2To matter where located, any sore that remains until it becomes chronic does so because of impure blood; the circulation constantly discharges its polluted matter into the place and it is impossible for nature to heal the sore. S. S. S. heals sores and ulcers by purifying the blood. It removes every trace of taint or impurity from the circulation, and thus completely does away with the cause! "No local application reaches below the infected flesh at the spot, andfor this reason can have no curative effect on a sore or ulcer; while such treatment is being used alone, the germs and impurities are constantly increasing in the blood and the sore is bound to grow worse. When S.S.S. lias cleansed the blood and enriched and purified the circulation the place begins to take on a more healthy appearance, the different symptoms show improvement, the fiesh around the nicer gets firm, new skin and tissues are formed, and aided by pure, rich blood, nature provides a perfect and lasting cure. Under the tonic and blood-purifying effects of S.S.S.,- the system is built tip, and those whose health has been impaired by the drain and worry of an old sore will be greatly benefited by its use. Book on Sores and Ulcers and any medical advice free to all who write. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. ! Directors Express Preference for "Made in El Paso" G-oods Becommend That a Publicity Bureau Be Created and That the Traffic Department Have a Wider Scope Banner Year in History Of Organization. From, the Great Play of the Same Name by Joseph Medill Patterson and Harriet Ford ys Copyright, 1909, fcy Joseph Media Patter son anaVHarriet Ford NOVELIZED BY FREDERICK R. TOOMBS. MISSIONER TALKS ? OF SUFFERING- Says Much of It Is Direct Eesult of Sin Service at St. Clement's. THIS Yoiraa MAN MAY BE IN EL PASO That the mission of St. Clement's church is increasing In interest is mani fested by the fact that so many people availed themselves of the opportunity afforded them by Dr. Serames to ask niMcHnns nc tn nrwlndp the nossi- bliity of a sermon at last night's serv- lcss of memory. Ice. The questions last evening' covered a wide range, both of the theory and prac tice of Christian living, and the mis sioner's answers held the attention of his hearers to the end. Among others were requests to explain the doctrine of the Trinity, and Christ's office in the creation of the -world. "What is the sec ond coming of Christ, -Why do Christian people suffer? and -what is the teaching of the church on the Intermediate state? Possibly the most interesting answer was that upon suffering, wherein the speaker reminded his hearers that the people must not charge God with much-1 of the suffering about them. Much of it is the direct result of sin, he said. He told the story of a woman who came to her minister to tell him of the conversion of her husband after many years in a life of sin. "But what I cannot understand," said the woman, 'is why, with ail my years of praying, God did not convert him earlier. We should have been so much, happier together." You say that you have been praying 20 years? asked the -minister. Has this had no effect upon your life? Has it not drawn you closer to God? Then It seems to me that God, having at last converted your husband, has yet used this mysterious suffering most kindly in building up your char acter. For this at least you should be thankful,'' and leave the rest to him." Dr. Semmes will conclude his work at St. Clement's on Sunday evening. Loses Mind and Buys Tick ets to 83 Points, One Being to El Paso. New York. N. Y., Jan. 28. Somewhere in this countrj'f with several thousand dollars loosely stuffe"d into his pockets, and SO odd railroad tickets in his pos session, roams a young bridegroom, a victim of overwork, and suffering from Recommending the establishment of a publicity bureau, monthly meeting of the members, a campaign for a greater jobbing district and for preference in favor of "made in El Paso" goods, more finances and wider field for the freight bureau and the" fostering of a new hotel project for El Paso; the retiring board of directors of the chamber of commerce made its report in full for the year 1909 last night at the annual meeting. J. A. Happer, as the retiring president of the board, read the report of the directors and of the traffic manager, outlining the scope of the work done by the chamber during the past year and making recommendations for the future. "Want Outside 3Ioney. t The recommendation to establish a publicity bureau in connection with the chamber carried with It a suggestion that $6000 be set aside for this purpose. The freight bureau which was estab lished only 13 months ago, was recom mended to be made as near self sup porting as possible by subscriptions from the shippers directly interested, :n order that the funds now being di verted to this source might be de voted to the publicity department. More wholesale houses that spend money here instead of sending it out to some On December 21, shortly after his mar riage, young Charles H. Purdy, son of a wealthy Xew England realestate op erator, drew from the bank several thousand dollars and came to New York for the purpose of settling his accounts with the firm He represented in Xew England. While en route to the city, or Immediately upon arrival here, young Purdv was stricken nr? hf immpfllstplv proceeded to the ticket office nnfl bpcan ! other city was another strong recom a wild purchase of tickets, giving in- t mendation the retiring board made, structions for their Issue and destina- '"We must have more money coming In tion. The ticket seller knew Purdy by f from the outside and less money be slght and thought strangely of the mat- ing sent tout," is the way the board ter, but made no reports, and this fact I phrased this important economic truth, has been developed by detectives in the Publicity "Work. employ of the boy's father. I The report of the advertising com- The father, although grieved over the I miteee of the chamber as read showed son's disappearance, immediately took that of all the transient advertising charge of young Purdy's business af- solicitors with various schemes, of fairs and has straightened out each and which there were an average of 12 each every claim, and the business is pro- month presenting their scheme to the gressmg as usual. The senior Purdy and ,nmmitfDB nlmc. ., at i his bride are anxious to hear of or from I .i0 . .., , -, , , ., the missing youth. an, waf tur"ed down. and. a letter to ident of the commercial body, presided and made a brief speech in which he (outlined his working plans for the year. He also thanked the retiring board and J. A. Happer, the retiring president, for the work done during 1909, the most successful year in the history of the organization. After the meeting the members adjourned to the basement where refreshments and en tertainment was provided. Financial Statement. The financial report of the secretary follows: RECEIPTS. Cash on hand Jan. 27, 1909 Initiation fees 490.00 Membership dues . 10,356.75 Furnishing account 2,527.75 Rent account 1,459.47 Bills payable 1,500.00 Freight bureau ... 365.25 Luncheon tickets . . 260.50 Miscellaneous 190.26 (Continued From Yesterday). "Oh, I rend fifty or sixty a .day. We've ot to know what the other fel lows are do'iipr." "That's just like me." she responded smoothly. "I always like to knovr what everybody else is doing, too," she went on. "I think what journalism needs is a soft feminine, refining influ ence. It seems you don't publish any thing now but crime, divorces and peo ple's troubles." She laughed. "Oh. you wouldn't want to read ev ery day that Mr. and Mrs. James Jones were living hajipily together. designs against him twelve years be fore. rTTfinn of fic?i- otrrtr -mrxTCi wrwrAA "You you are .Terjy Dolan, and yon ,. -n -, i. i fhn innn.-.f, , ' J-, than Dupuy and who was bending for- them dearly if he were to be van quished. own the Advance"' the lawyer cried chokingly. "What are we coming to next?" he finally managed to say after a desperate effort to calm himselfi Jerry Nolan, for none other than the old time strike leader it was, enriched by his mining operations in the rock rihbed Nevada hills, thrilled with the realization that he was rww in a posi tion to strike terror into the hearts aud souls of those who had attempted $ ,S44.83 DISBURSEMENTS. Sal. and wages $ 3,751.28 Rent 3,010.-16 17,994.S1 PYTHIANS PUT ON . MINSTREL SHOW Knights Entertain Families and Friends Dance Follows IPun- It-TvasTrhe Pitiless TCsht- nd not Knights -of Pythias last night. Some members of the 21 Paso lodge, "No. S2, It of P., had a little frolic up in their Jodge hall, and their wives and friends laughed at their antics as vives and friends should. It was a clever little minstrel, just to show outsiders, and the wives, how very clever the knightb corld "be. Everybody from eadnum to endman, had his little joke or two, and there were many songs, and knight TJ. S. Goen rendered a clarinet solo, or rather a duet although one ''Otild not see the real player. M. R. i:oha.on did th? nod dle man's part to -i. crisp and batted, the jokes back and . forJi like an old hand at the game. Miss Frances Hughes was at the piano, and Miss Joseta Rob inson sang two soug3. A quvtet was composed of H. E. Van Surdani. tenor; Earl J., Evans, bass; HI. If. Lemen, and C C Ballard. Edwin McKenzie, bari tone, rendered a solo. "W. S. Valentine was on one end, and J. J. Finney on the other. R. A. Whlt loek, C. R. Tillman, H. L. Hoskinson and TT. S. Goen completed the half circle. There were 11 others In the choruses. The lodge members were not spared in the minstrel repartee. Everybody danced aftter the show. The most peculiar feature of Purdy's disappearance is his insistence on buy ing a great number of railroad tickets, -j which would have been impossible for him to use. He stood at the window, buying separately, individual tickets for S3 different points, "many of which were duplicates over the same route- When he had finished he had paid the ticket agent exactly $1832.50. Purdy bought, among others, tickets to El Paso, Tex.; Montreal, Quebec, Ot tawa, Toronto, Hamilton, Winnipeg and Vancouver, in Canada. To the westward he secured tickets to Seattle, Tacoma, the local merchants refused. Local ad vertising should go to local newspapers and the larger publicity should be handled by an expert was the recom mendation of the board on this matter. In the report of the year's work as the -.tenth annual report, a number of interesting facts were brought out. A total of 103 . new members had been Advertising 3,082.21 Freight bureau 2,875.30 Furnishing account 2,519.09 General expense .. 946.59 Luncheons 382.40 Postage 277.50 Stat, and printing 213.S2 You're only interested Tvben they're . to destroV him and Ws loved ones. He $17,05S.35 Cash on hand Jan. 26. 1910 . $ 936.46 These receipts include $1500 bor rowed by the chamber to advertise the Elephant Butte dam project and val ley, making a deficit of $563.54 for the year. THE DAILY BECOBB. dues had been dropped. A total of 15,000 letters and 20,000 pieces of literature have been sent out during the year. The new booklet that is to be Issued V XT c ---j'" ". oucra- by the chamDer was reported to be In mento, San Francisco, Salt Lake Ogden, j ,,, ,,,, , i -.- nn .V, t.ii n tv,ii nv,. - 'ir: 1 le hands of the printer and la.000 will Lincoln, Omaha, Dallas, Tex.; Kansas City, Topeka, Minneapolis, 'St. Paul, Du luth and Milwaukee. To the south his purchases has as their destination: Memphis, Charleston, Nashville, Knox vllle, Atlanta, Montgomery, Mobile, Shreveport Jacksonville, Raleigh, Co lumbia, Greenville, Norfolk, Vvashiiig;oi: and Richmond. Boston and Portland were th only eastern points to whi:h tickets were issued for Purdy. MINERAL WEALTH OP THE D03HNION OF CANADA The production of silver ore at Cobalt Camp of Canada in 1909 totaled 29,968 tons, valued at 2,400,000. In the pre vious year the production was 25,262 tons, valued at 1,822,000. The total output for five years is 57,456 tons, val ued at 6,049,000. There is a great rush to trie new gold fields in the Porcupine district. On the average, 1000 men are going into the district daily, says the London Times. Licensed to Wed. H. C. Ainsworth and Minnie Gibbs. Deeds Filed. Morenci street, between Copia and added during the year, although a num- ", "aVf-r t? e" W' ber of those who refused to pay their I ?" oJ tT-." 5 eUy' 1tS a ifl ,oa a . a ,;ir nnn 21 and 22 block 13 East El Paso addi tion; consideration $500. Dec. 20, 1909. Sacramento street, between Division street and Florida avoaue, Highland Park Highland Park Realty Co. to Mrs. Maria Russell, lots 26 and 27, block 134, Highland Park addition; consideration $300. Jan. 21, 1910. Monterey street, near "Warren street. Bassett addition W. L. Rider and wife to C. J. Dean, lots 10 and 11, block C. Bassett addition; consideration $645. Aug. 31, 1906. C. J. Dean to W. C. White, lots 9, 10, and 11, block C. Bas set aaamon; consideration $1. Jan. 21, 1910. Corner Hill and 2d streets, Magoffin addition A. D. Gibbs and' wife to David Klein, lot 10 and north 10 feet be sent out as soon as received. Rate Reductions. The Taft-Diaz meeting and its. effect on El Paso In an advertising way and the value of the building were ao reviewed In the report. It was shown in the report that the amount saved in Pullman fares by reason of the reduc tion obtained through the efforts of the traffic bureau amounted to $30 a day for El Paso traveling people. This reduction amounts to $1 between El Paso and Kansas City. Important rate of lot 9. block 67, Magoffin addition; reductions were also forecast In the re- consideration $3000. Jan. 26, 1910. INTEREST YOUR FRIENDS IN EL PASO'S GROWTH TtveHty-flve T&onsand Copies of the Sky Scraper Edltlnn. The yearly review ndixtoa or the El Paso Herald published January 12, gives a most comprehensive summary of the growth and development of El Paso. In no other way can 3'ou give your friends j so much reliable information regarding El Paso and tne southwest. port of traffic manager A. W. Reeves for the near future, both entering and leaving El Paso. Get Together Spirit. Following the report of the retiring board Rev. Martin Zielonka spoke on the get together spirit and its neces sity in El Paso in order to make this a city. Rev. Dr. Zielonka's talk was a strong one and showed that he has a keen interest in the chamber to which he belongs and said he hoped to con tinue as a member until membership in the chamber of commerce would be at a premium. Judge J. R. Harper also spoke briefly suggesting that El Paso's slogan to the state should be for Texas to let the railroads and the business interests of the state alone In order that it might grow and prosper as was its right Banner Year for Chamber. D. M. Payne, the newly elected pres- The K k-out Blow 1zlM$ wfeg5g-&2 ISrCS? rrr JSt' HOC The blow which knocked out Corbett was a revelation to the prize fighters. From the earliest days of the ring the knock-out blow was aimed for the jawj the temple or the jugular vein. Stomach punches were thrown in to" worry and weary the fighter, but if a scientific man had told one of the old fighters that, the most vulnerable spot was the region of the stomach, he'd have laughed at him for an ignoramus. Dr. Pierce is brine-inor home to the. nnh. lie a parallel fact; that the stomach is the most vulnerable organ out of theZir prize ring as well as in it. We protect our heads, throats, feet and lungs, but to the stomach we are utterly indifferent, until disease finds the solar plexus and knocks us out. Make your stomach sound and strong by the use of Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, and you protect yourself in your most vulnerable spot, "Golden Medical Discovery" cures weaf stomach, indigestion, or dyspepsia, torpid liver bad, thin and impure blood and other diseases of the organs of digestion and nutrition. The "Golden Medical Discovery" has a specific curative effect upon all mucous surface ana hence cures catarrh, no matter where located or what stage it may have reached T basal Catarrh it is weU to cleanse the passages with Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy fluid while usin the "Discovery" as a constitutional remedy. iHy the "Golden MeS Discovery cures catarrhal diseases, as of the stomach, bowels, bladder and other S organs will be plain to you if you will read a booklet .of extracts- from the wri tir f eminent medical authorities, endorsing its ingredients and explaining their curative nrnn erties It w mailed free on request. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo NY PTK?" booklet Drives al the mcrr;.o 4.: : rw t: ' u."o, i, I. ims -,7, a---- . -6wmww tiiLtiinu liiLu x-, iicitci meaicinec tr-rv. r;h :. Concepciou avenue, Valverde addition IJee H. Orndorff to-wOrndorff-Hardie Realty Co., lots 40 and 41. block 7, Val verde addition; consideration $10. Jan. 27, 1910. Martinez Place, Martinez' addition Felix Martinez and wife to A. Binkley and wife, lot 7, block 1, Martinez Homestead addition; consideration S225 Jan. 18, 1910. Martinez Place, Martinez addition J. B. Binkley and wife to A. Binkley and wife, lot S, block 1, Martinez homestead addition; consideration $10 Jan. 24, 1910.- Mundy avenue, between Bryan and Randolph streets. Sunset Heights J. S. Morrison to C. A. Danly, lot 6 and west lot 5, block 28, Sunset Heights addition; consideration $4700. Jan 6 1910. Hadlock Place, Orchard Park Dan Higglns and wife to J. M. Kellv. lot 9 blocc o, orchard Park addition; con- siueraLiuii $o-iu. yec is, laua. Byron streer, from Savannah street to Altura Boulevard, Altura Park R. B. Henderson to C. R. Lcomis, lots 25 to 34, block 35, Altura Park addition; consideration $1250. July 2S, 1909. Tobin, Tex. Frank R. Tobin to Albert H. Ford, lots 19 to 24. block 41, Tobin, Tex.; consideration-$140. Dec 13 1909. Tobin. Tex. Frank R. Tobin to H. E. Nelson, lots 1 to 4, block Do, Tobin, Tex.; consideration $195. Feb' 23, 1909. EU&ENIE WILL LEAVE 2TO MEMOIBS Paris, France, Jan. 28. In view of tne persistenx reports in circulation concerning tjie alleged memoirs of em press Eugenie, for the publication of which it is said negotiations are going on in Europe and America, The Herald unhappy. "Still I'd like to read once in awhile ihat somebody else washnppy, at least for a HI tie while.' It was McHenry's turn to laugh. "Would you like to look over the jlant, Mrs. Nolan V" he asked. '0h. yes! What I want to see is the reporters reporiiujr." $17,149.98 When .Mrs. No'rd. PhvJlis and Svl- vester had departed in the wake of the boy who had answered Mctlenrj-'s ring, Dupuy rose and made a signal tt. McHenry behind Nolan's back that he wanted to meet the owner. Tbe manag ing editor beck oned him over. "Air. Nolan," he said, inclining to ward the propri etor of the Ad vance, "this- is Mr. Dupuy." Dupuy bowed, again trying to fix in his mind the occasion on which, somehow, somewhere in his busy past he had met Michael Nolan. He ex tended his hand, saying. "1 am glad ro meet you, Mr. Nolan." The newspaper "rd Ukcjo rend that publisher pierced mebody else teas .Dupuy with a ha1J glance which, to say the least, was searching. He crouched toward hiu: and compressed his brows as .though to render his sight more certain, more penetrating. He had half extended his own baud to grasp Dupuy's. Sudden ly, with a half smothered oath, he drew it violently back. "My God." he , exclaimed, "it isEd Dupuy!" He continued to stare a't the lawyer. After a moment a faint smile appeared. "Ed Dupuy. that's funny." he con tinued "that's awful funny. Well, don't it bear a!IV Don't you remember me. Ed": Dupuy oouklrft place him as yet. "Why ah. Mr. Nolan! Yes. it must have been. I.ets see. Wasn't it Mpnte Carlo two winters ago":" he ventured. "No. Ed. no; it wasn't Monte Carle two winters ago. It was here in thi town twelve summers ago. Remember now?" "Twelve summers ago twelve sum mers ago?" Dupuy rehVetWU "The street car strike," reminded Nolan. "Oh, yes, the street car strike!" add ed Dupuy. Now lie began to remem ber. He bpgan to remember the part he. as the Consolidated Traction com pany's conns;!. pJayed in that war between capital ami labor, and 'some where in it all he realized that a face something like the uue before him had come to his knowledge: also the name j "Nolan had a familiar ring. "Nolan, Nolan!" he repeated to himself. No. it was "Dolan." he reassured himself; that had been the name of the man he had crushed and driven from the kin of men. Tes. that was it. "Do lan," and that man was a broken down and outer when Dupuy last heard of him. & u y Nolan saw that knew that he had in his power the men who had almost succeeded in their 1 1 LOCOMgnVES 1 j ward, with an expression "of deepest Interest and concern implanted on his features, began to understand the sit uation more clearly when he heard his new employer say in a voice that pul sated with determination: "Yes, Ed Dupuy, -I am Jerry Dolan, and I am back in the old town to pay my respects to my friends and and" his vpice shook "to my enemies." (To Be Continued.) Use Herald Want Ads. Avoid the Cold North Take The Sunset Route Through the Sunny South V TO Washington, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis THEGTTGrE TOUEIST SLEEPING CARS BIETtfG AND LIBRARY OBSERVATION CARS, FREE RECLnIrTGr CHAIR CARS OIL BURrnrTG LOCOMOTIVES w. c. Mccormick, g. a. J. E. MOITROE, C. Ti A. City Ticket Office St. Regis Hotel. B - - ! KKa3aiiHaHgHHaaHMMH W He ATTENTION! Poultry Raisers! 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Address Dr Pierce as Tabore Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and strengthen Stomach, Liver and Bowels." ZA &2?"??5 dSyrStjgSv 2 are a mixture of over & doeen varieties of grains and seeds. They contain absolutely ro grit which maiea weight. They contain absolutely no burnt nor smutty "wheat. Your chick ens vriU thrive upon this feed it's no experiment, but a practical feed for practical poultry raisers. Come U. aad &sJs for a sample of it, ft SAL8 &YJ 0. 0. Seefon & EI Pass THE EMPRESS SUGEMlB -jy correspondent asked signor Frances chini Pietrl, secretary of the empress, what foundation there was for such rumors. "None whatever," declared signor Pietri emphatically. "The empress has not written any memoirs and has not intention of writ ing any. I am welL aware of the re ports you mention, but they are ab solutely false." nSTH! Dupuy was non plused. :ind he laughed as he said: "Yes. it was tbe street cat strike, and you and Judge Bar tehny between you sent Jerry Dolan to jail for contempt, and that broke the strike after ifd been won." "He was a dan gerous agitator. Jemnj Dnlcin. the mji- ""s Dolan," pro nator. . nouueert Dupuy. directing an in rerested glance nt the new Wner. oian drew a deep breath and. Hnching his fists at. his sides, replied o his arch foe of twelve years before- "HeIi be a more dangerous agitator rom now on. I'm Jerry Dolan r CHAPTER IV. ' HE declaration of the tst-w owner of the Advance that he was no less a personage than the blacklist victim of years back created the sensation that would a cannon shot in the dreamy solitude of the sylvan dells of Arcady. Dupuy fell back as though struck by a violent blow. And. indeed, he aud his interests would have every reason to believe, he now knew full well, that they had in ill truth a new enemy to combat an enemy that would cost iixsso Northwestern Rail wsv Company TIk- HIo Grande, Sierra Ms lira & Pacific Railroad Co. VEV JIAN'AGErENT! NEW TIME CAUDl NEW STATION! In Fact EVERYTHING NEW! NOT. 14th, 1008. Effectlvo tnis date Passenger trains will leave our NEW STA TION, corner Calles COMERCIO and FERROCARRIL. CIUDAD JUAREZ at 1 P. 3J. Arrives NUEVA CASAS GRANDES 7 P. M. Returning Leaves NUEVA CASAS GRANDES 12:15 P.M. Arrives CIUDAD JUARE7. C P. M. Thus bringing Nueva Casas Grandes and intermediate points sev eral hours nearer El Paso and vice versa, and allowJns: patrons oppor tunity to transact v.eir business and he home next day. HUNTING and FISHING such as found nowhere else on North Ameri can continent. Write for full particulars. Directory Herald Building BASEMENT Vienna Cafe, Sobol & Davis, Proprietors. FIRST FliOOR. .El Paso Herald Offices. A. H- Richards, Jeweler. International Book Co. "Win. Mbeller, Real Estate. Lobby Cigar Stand. SECOND FLOOR H. It Howell. Real, Estate, agent Herald Bldg. The Public Stenographers Co jIts. Jessie E. 21. Howe and Miss Ruth "Williams, Proprietors. T. "W. C. A. Lunch and Rest. Rooms. ' John Brunner, Tailor. J. F. Mllner, C. E. E. 3 repre- sentlng the white Sand3 Co. Mrs. TV. T. Kitchens. Art Studio Miss Pauline Hilpert Dress- H maKlng Parlors. THIRD FLOOR. R. Tu Nichols, Attorney at La-sr. Colorado Life Assurance Co., E. McMillan. Gen. Agent. Southwestern lortland Cement Co. The Wnu, Jennings Co. "Engi neers and "Machinery merchants. First Church of Christ, Scien tist. Reading Rooms. Mrs. A. P. Thompson, Mrs. "Wns. Noble. China Decorations. Drs. Satterlee & Satterlea. Os teopaths. Dr. Flora Satterle and Dr. iMettie Satterlee. Carter & Robertson, MIIL MIa and Smelter Supplies. The Standard Home Comnanv. &. ij. josepn. uistrict Manager. Mrs. J. B. 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