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THE BED CLOUD CHIEF, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY. JAN. 25. 189
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Mr. If. IT. Wall
Id and roast
DMMlmi f Hlp, but rUoel'a)
"C. I. nood Co., Lowell, Mum
" I am Ud to state my ton's experience wltk
ood's Sarsaparllla, as It waa tha means ot aav
Ins; his Ufa. last tall he wm taken 111 with pains
U bit brtut and tide. Hs had ths btit asdleai
aMtndanes possible, and was trsaUd by the
4ttors for soma time, bat did not rsalltsaay
relief. n could not lay down day or sight, aad
our hopss wcrs fait tailing. My attd aaathar
dvlnd a trial of Hood's tarsaparllla. Bseaav
sMoeed taking the msdlelnt, and to oar
as bottle curtd him of hit pains and rsttortd
Idas to perftet htalth. Tbtt eats hat beta looked
upon ty many In this vicinity as aothlag short
ot a miracle." H. H. Walls, Oswego, Kansas.
Nood'a "Ilia cure liter lilt, constipation,
biliousness, Jaundice, sick headache, indlgcitloa.
J. L. Gki:i:.nm:i: has sold tho Blair
Courier. In making up the records
hereafter of newspaper sales tho abstract
will commence, John Doe to J. L. Green
lee, J. L. Greenleo to Richard Roe, 4c.,
if he does not stop making so many
Tiik State Fair has boon moved to Oma
ha. This move was surely one of un
thoughtedness on tho part of tho direc
tors, Omaha is too'far away and can
not possibly oxpeot to,, d'yaw. ,tho crowds
that Lincoln did. But somepeoplo are
always putting thnir foot in it.
The management of the Teoumseh
Milling company announces that it will
givo a sack of flour to every family in
the county that is unable to buy the
same. The conditions are that the head
of the family does not drink, use tobacco
or keep a dog. State Journal. It is
needless to add that they will givo away
but very little flour.
Tiik democratic stagger at the finan
cial problem has lowered tho gold reserve
to 171,000,000 again, and unless some re
lief comes, the Cleveland administration
will have to borrow another 950,000,000.
During Harrison's term the public debt
was reduced f'2U,000,000 quite a contrast
with Cleveland's, whioh has increased it
$100,000,000 up to date with two moro
years to go on.
McNitt ot Webster, who occupied the
chair awhile yesterday, gave ample evi
dence that the house would havo made
no mistake if it had elected him speaker.
He ia well posted in parlimentary law,
exceptionally clear headed, a good law
yer and pYompt and energetic. He wilt
be ono of the most useful members of
the house in its general work as he sel
dom shows up on the wrong able of any
question. State Sournal.
Ai'ttoi'os to the aid fund for the
drouth etricken people, the Honorable
County Board in session Wednesday
had quite a little discussion as to wheth
er Webster county should go on record
as destitute and charity Becking or not.
It was stated it was said, the State
Journal recently contained an item to
that effect, and Chairman Hoffman
made a sensible and vigorous speech op
posing such action by the board. He
ahowed plainly that Webster county waa
abundantly able to take care ot herself,
and that advertising it to the contrary
waa permanently injurious and detri
mental. A resolution was unanimously
adopted requiring the board to notify
Secretary Ludden that Webster county
ia not asking for aid, acd also ask tho
State Journal to correct its statement.
No sir! It will be after several more
drouths when Webster) county can't
take care of its own poor.
We have been receiving quite a num
ber of letter in the last few days from
eastern papers asking about Nebraska's
atar vlng poor. Some letters contain fur
ious statements in regard to the condi
tion ot our people, that is not even
heard here. There may be a goodly
number in the western portion that are
subjects of charity, but Webster county
has but very few people who will need
auccor from those who are better off
than they. Tho generosity ot the east
ern people is appreciated but the mag
nified stones that are circulated in
eastern states about Nebraska's desti
tution are aimply a great injury to tho
state. Destitution does exist in somo ot
the western counties, but eastern people
should remember that Nebraska is a
great state nnd with a few exceptions ia
hard to beat asan agricultural produc
ing state. Nebraska is all right, and in
any year whore eastern people havo full
crops Nebraska will be with them,
Ciiah, VV. Baunks tbo talented and
versatile editor .of tbo McCook Times
Democrot was mnrriod last week to Mies
Rose Loo a charming young lady of that
city. Congratulations Charles.
Tiik Washington correspondent of the
State Journal indulged in some lively
newR lust Saturday, when he published
to the world that O. C. Uoll was an ap
plicant for tho receivorBhip of tho First
National bank of the city. The news
is very fresh inasmuch as Mr. Doll has
held down that job for about throo years
tho bank having gono under about throo
nnd n half years ago. Hut when in com
pany with domocrata a follow might ox
pect most anything from a Washington
The search for Barrett Scott tho Holt
county defaulter whom everyone knows
about, was suddonly terminated Satur
day nighij when his body was dragged
from beneath tho Ico in tho Niobrara
river. Tho body wae frozen entirely
and three foet of rope wae banging to
hla neck, which plainly ahowed he was
lynched. Hie hands wero tied behind
him, and hia watch and chain wore still
in placo on hia person. Everyono wh
had over known the oztroaaurer recog
nized him at onco, and hundreds of citi
zens viewod the remains before autopsy.
J This awful crinio is an ever looting blot
upon Holt county, and it is to be de
plored that such circumstances really do
exist. Tho perpetrators of the foul deed
aro still unknown but tbo prevailing
supposition is that the ones now under
arrest are the guilty parties, and will
suffer accordingly by law.
Ilcwarc of Ointments for Ca
tarrh that contain nurcury
as tnurcury will sorely destroy the seise of
smell and completely dsiange the whole
system when entering it through the
muonon snrfaees. Snob articles should
never be need exoept on psrsoriptions
from reputable physicians, as the damage
they will do is Un fold to the good you
can possibly derive from 'hem. trail's
Catarrh Core mnufsotured by F, J. Cheney
fe Co., Toledo. O., contains no muroury,
And i taken internally, noting directly
on the blood and mucous surfaces of tho
system. In buying Uall's Catarrh Cure
bo sure you get the genuine. It is taken
internally, and made in Toledo, Ohio, by
F. J. Cheney it Co. Testimonials free
CSTUold by drogslat, 7fio.
ODDS AND ENDS.
J. M. Cbaffln is in O'Neil this week.
For Rent. A good houao with barn
C. W. Kaley
Mrs. Turklngton and little daughter
of Alma were in the city last weok.
Now is your time to buy wall paper at
Cotting's, closing out remnant sale.
Goo Guilford will pay you 5 cents per
pound for live chickens; G and 7 cents
The Misses Savage of Cowles attended
the social and musicale Saturday night.
Aultz & Dyer will buy your chickens,
ducks, ic. Second door south ot Chief
The supervisors are taking new bonds
from the county depositories for tho
Huy and grain for sale by car or wag
on load at lowest prices. C. F. Cather
This week the board of supervisors pur
chased the Martin safe for County
Wesloy Street and family leave for
West Plaines, Missouri, on Monday by
the overland routo.
L. B. Clough and wife have returned
to Lincoln after a pleasant visit with
friends in this city.
Go to Roby's west of post office, for
flour, feed, grain, hay, &c. Best quality
and reasonable prices.
Come In and subscribe for The Chief.
Remember that we give a fine book with
each subscription ot 11.00.
Editor Geo. Warren and family re
turned home last night from a pleasant
visit with friends and relatives ia Bea
trice and Lincoln,
We could have furnished a very de
lightful "jag" column this week but as
it Is not a matter of public record we
Many men of many minds but all
agree that the Rand-MoNall Guide is in
valuable to any one having business in
connection with railroads.
Remomber the dinner and supper for
the firemen will be served one week from
to-morrow. Don't fall to attend and
dine to the health ot the flrebojs.
Will S. Jay representing the State
Journal waa a pleasant caller at thia
office yesterday. Mr. Jay says the Jour
nal ia in it ahead of any daily in the
Mr. W. A. Williams who has been
connected with the Trade Mill Agency
has withdrawn from that institution
and hpB gone to Missouri where he will
reside in the future.
Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Fulton had quite
a scare the other day caused by their
little son Don, swallowing a pin. The
pin becamo lodged in his throat but
finally passed down and tho llttlo follow
appears to bo us happy as ever.
Moss Abel's hair has a vory peculiar
Bhudo ot red-' thia weok, because somo
lightflngercd gentleman took hla hog
that bo had killed for his own eating.
Tbo buiiio follows got one from D. M,
Piatt. 'Tis meat that somo fellow ia
Sotrrit Ward News. Frankio Leako
desires to thank Mrs. E. O. Talbot for
kindly remembering him with some
beautiful orange blossoms, the first ho
over saw Mrs, Homer Dayles and
little baby Ray aro very sick Engi
neer Katzmire'a llttlo boy has boon very
sick with iung fovor.
Tho girl who is saving up for a seal
skin sacquo may not bo far-sighted, but
shosees fur ahead.
Milford will mako a bid for tho noxt
O. A. R. encampment. Tho town has
many advantages in the way of flno
groves and good fishing.
Douglas county nt tho present time is
giving more or less aid to over 7,000 per
sons. Tho spirits invoked to find the dead
body of Barrett Scoit have now handod
in their report.
Tho lower houso of tho legislature has
Lincoln's street railway is being oppe
atod by a receiver.
Mrs. Honry Anthony ot York is so low
with typhoid fovor that hor lifo is des
Frod Schelly of Norfolk has stored
owey 1,200 tons of hard, cold ico.
The sharp wind blew,
Tho tine snow flow,
And sifted down his neck;
A cold he nursed,
Ilia system was a wreck.
For doctors' skill
He got a bill
At which ho waa surprised;
He wonderB why
Ho didn't buy
That coat we advertised,
An ounce of prevention is worth a
pound of cure. Bettor pay Wiener $20
for an overcoat than give it to the doc
tor. Wiener sells overcoats now at
wholesale cost, and they range from 12
On and after February let, excepting
Saturday evenings I will cIofo my store
at 0:30 o'clock p. m. C. Wieneh.
The Chicago Clothing Store February
1st, will close at 0:30 o'clock p. m until
further notice A. Gammiia, Manager.
To tho Farmers.
The Red Cloud cooperative associa
tion will hold a general mooting Tues
day, Jan. 29, 1805, at one p. m. sharp, at
the court house. Como all.
Br Ordeu op Committee.
Most people can not afford to experi
ment. They want immediate relief.
That's why they use One Minate Coagh
Lord Randolph Churchill's condition
The name One Minute Cough Cure sug
gestn n medicine that relieves at onoe,
and quickly cores. Its use proves it.
The list of letters remaining at the
post offico uncalled for up to January 21,
Keef u Oscar, Seil W. H. D.
Tho above letters will be sent to the
dead letter office Feb. 7, 1895. It not
called for. Frank Cowden, Postmaster.
Yon make no mistake when you tak
DeWltt's Littla Early Risers for bilioues
nees, dyspepsia or headache, because
these little pills oure them.
"Whatsoever a man soweth, that shall
ho also reap."
"I know an old soldisr who had ohronio
diarrhoua of long stand to have been per
manently cased by taking Chamberlain's
Colio, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,"
says Edward Bhumplk, a prominent drug
gists of Minneapolis, Minn. "I have sold
the remedy in this city for over seven
years and consider it superior to any
ether medicine now on the market tor
bowel complaints." 25 and 50 cent bot
tles of this remedy tor sale by Deyo &
Salt Rhsnm often appears in cold
weathsr attaoking the palms of the hands
and othsr parts ef the body. Hood's
Sarsaparilla the great blood purifier
oures salt rheum.
Hood's Pills are the best after-dinner
pills, assist digestion, cure headaeee. 25o.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
A Pare arses Crews ef Tartar Powder.
They have recently made gold leaf by
eleotro-obemical processes as thin as
fonr-millionthsof an inch thiok, it yon
can imagine that It was exactly 1-2,-798,000
of an inch. Tho highest previous
thinness ever reached was 1-867,650.
This is 10.684 times thinner than ordi
nary thin writing paper. Journal ot
I, t. n. Fort, County Clerk of Webster coun
ty. Nebraska, do hereby certify, -that at a
meeting of the Board of County, Supervlssrs of
said county held on the Itth day ot January
1898. Tho following estimate of expenses were
made for the year J8Sato-wlti
Superintendent ot schools H5S 2S
Court of egpenses 23M 00
coal and Court House fj 00
Bounties on Animals .U&JX
County Supervisors.......... lS?,i5
hooks Bumonary auuiuiuuua riVi iS
Assessors isio vo
hpeclal Committees Jjspo
County Attorney , 2S2 J"
Incidental t 0 J
Building. Poor House 2000 pu
County Poor PJS SS
Couuty Bridges ?
Mull Unurf timid 1'SOO 00
County Fair ,?9S R2
Jail and Jailor 1JM 00
Holdler Uellet W0M
County Board Equaluatlou son 00
Board of Kloctlou 720 00
Wltiima mv huiil and at-al of said county
Bed Cloud on tills Wtlf day of JntiUHry 1805.
it (sbu) ' Co'unty Clerk.
Dr. G. E. licKeebjrcom'er examiner....! SI
C. II. Crone " " 13 40
Frank lllckerson witness fee 220
Randolph McNitt com'ernf insanity.... 3
" " rrontox 8
James H. White expends for expenses tn
enred In conveying I, 8. Real to tho
spylnm ,.....,. 3S
K. C. Andrews work on bridge G
J. V. Decker " " 8M
Arthur It. Davis labor on b'ldgo 73
U V. Ilnmmcl " " 10 SO
A, I, lllldrcth lumber -H29
Wm. Irons, " 4IR0
John T. JeMoeen, work on bridge ISO
TtiomtM Ielgh, bridge tilling I3R0
M, It. Mnrrh, hardware MM
S. 1 Mnrtln, labor 375
1'lntt A Krerws Co., lumbor 10878
It. 8. I'ronrifU 202 nO
.Tnmesflregrey.workon brldgo 4575
Wm. F. itenkel, " " 3
Chav Schnltx. " " .TO
W.A. Seoley, blneksmlthlng 10
John 8tratton, work on brldgo. ..i 3
Traders l.ombcr Co., lumber 0
Htnnley, work on htldgo 1050
Chicago Lumber Co. In Jewell Co. Knn,
for lumber forbrtdgoonitoto line
Floyd Crow, brldgo work, cr on tax..
OWCrow, bridge worker en tax... ,
A Harris, ,
Wm, Harris, ' ' cron tax..
O. W. Hummel, " " cron tax..
I. N. Harrison, " " cr on tax.
8.1. Martin, " " cron tax 9 00
Joooph Baladcn, " " cron tax 13 GO
J. W. Saladen. labor on dry ck bridge... 775
W. H.'Bswyer, brtdgo work cr on tax.... 77 50
Geo. Wlllerd, " cron tax.... 3
c.G. Wiggins, " " crn tax.... 823
J. F. Watt, work and expenses on wood
ward bridge cr on tax 2138
Adams Co. for hnlf expense In establishing-
a public road between Adams and
Webster 67 57
SlnteJonrnal Co.for printing and supplies 241 50
T. P. Albright, coal for Co. Judges office
cron tax 450
H.n.Ilranbaker.hardware labor cr on tax 1050
A. W. Cox, for services a Co, tiupcrvlton
JudgoDufTy. feelncaseof Fred Perry,.
J. W. Itunchey, fee for eamo
C. F, Evans, for oil
8. W, Foe, for eervico as ballff
J.C. Warner, for canvaser election cron
E. Peters, election judge
J. 8. Taryenb, election jndge
E. J. Wilson, ' "
H.W nailer, election clerk
L. A. Detour, " " nnd ineigr.
8. lllnnlgkce, judgo
J. D. Cbrlmau, " and messenger
It. B. Thompson, clerk
G. II. Payne, '
A.H. Sprschcr, Jndire
W T Fleher , iadge and messenger 8
H W Hubbard. Judgo 4
W II Uuthrle, clerk 4
HT White " 4
J II Carey, judge 4
8 H Shirley, Judge
J It Laird, clerk
Ed Funk, " and messenger i
Cha Monger, jndge
K A King, clerk
SPFox, clerk and mcisenger 0 50
C II Jacknon, Jndge 4
Z Iiarnei, jndgv and mesaengtr H7S
Johnflocsch. Jadgo 4
TTI-acy cleric 4
FredHurd, " 4
CEFutmnn. judgo 4
P Hill, Judgo and messenger 730
Cbaa Melnter. jndge 4
JEllutler, clerk 4
FLHInee. " 4
8 Matidellianm, jndge 4
Frank Morse, " 4
K C Ooschow, clerk nnd ineiweoger S'.'O
A D Itsnney. " 4
LA Itsakins, Jndge 4
V McNitt. " 4
Hobert Hlckn, " 4
G W Hummel, clerk and meaeenger G 40
WeelryTbreckmortren, clerk 4
Geo II Bcott, Jndge 4
AH Pierce, " 4
WHParker, " and messenger 40
W P Kennedy, clerk 4
.Tno Kellogg. " 4
Frank Stroble, jndge 4
JohnZajlc, " 4
Jamos Dncklcr, " 4
W O Hoffman, clerk 4
A H Hoffman, " and meuenger HDO
John Pansier, " ; 4
WA May, Jndge 4
Geo Grieg, " 4
A McCall, judge 4
G L Klnker, jndge and messenger 7 SO
RMlichell, " 4
Jas Noble, clerk 4
McFnltren, " 4
RRPitney, jndge 4
M Johnson, " and messenger 070
Hirman Holdrege, clerk 4
GEBringleson, Jndge 4
OF May, " and meuenger 4
C W Llnd green, " 8
OB Hanaey, clerk 4
WJMathenr, , 4
M Patterson, judge and messenger SCO
James Drawer, " 4
Wash Heed, " 4
Geo Hlte, clerk 4
JasF Brewer, clsrk 4
Stephen Bsyles, judge 4
PConorer " 4
II W Brewer, " 4
C n Miner, clerk 4
A O Berg, ' and messenger 610
B A Temple, Judga 4 40
JHBsiley, " 4
RHFnlton, " andmatsenger 010
JATulleyt, clerk 4
John J Gsrber, clerk .. 4
Henry Wright, Jnror 17
CEaans, " 1410
D Oroot. " 1810
8 White. " 1040
MDMoNitt, " '1410
Hlman noldrcge, " 1880
Jas Mcintosh, " I8 60
Wm Lsetscb, " 4 CO
FredOatroan, " 2100
LoeDetoor, " 1550
Fred Good, " 5 00
M L Flnkenblnder IS so
Wm Klnkie 14 90
BFMIzer '. 12 10
John Doyle 18 30
John Faisler 20 00
DKenler 13 lo
W B Householder U 70
Jacob Uoll 0 20
George Garner.... It 00
Martin Tomer IS 33
P JHnracher 40
at !iiillli ArniU ItS "0
, ,limIeu , J2 ou
J Warren 10 10
That Needed Money,
So we give our customers the bene
fit of our purchase. Come early as
they will be picked up rapidly.
100 pnilB 15lb Jelly, per pail
100 boxes best ABC Soda Crackers,
per pound, ....
Uucolord Janan Tea. lib for
10001b best Salt Lake Peaches, 20lb for $1
1000 " best Country
Fancy Evaporated Pears, 10 "
no old goods
to work off
You never g t a poor
article at our store.
Above prices remain in force so long as
our purchase lasts.
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
A A Framo 0 00
T.I Ward 8 00
CSBennett 8 00
Henry Gilliam 8 00
OCBell 8 00
Fredlloward 8 00
NE hoblnson 2 00
FU Tnrnure 2 00
judge Dully etui, court services 8 OS
Sam'l West and J W Itunchey, court service-)
C II Crone, costs ot State vs Ogllbee U0 CO
It C Best, work on poor (arm und super
visor services 30 90
Jas Rrootnfletd, services as supervisor.. . ts 80
CB Crone, postage, draaie and court
expense 40 73
WM Crabll, supervisor services 19 00
O E Conrad, services as deputy sheriff.. SA 91
Henry Cook, supplies (00
Judgi Duffy, judge's tees 39 SO
Bobt Dainersll, medical services 9 00
Chris Derra, witness fees 1 oc
LoulsUerra, " " 100
JohnDcrra, " " 100
Henry Flabusker, witness fee l 00
8W Foo, bailiff for county board 10 00
LII Fort, postage and expense 38 00
L H Fort, Issuing election certificates.... 67 23
LII Frt,totaz list 400 00
A H Heffman, ssrvlces chat board 24 00
Wm Hurd, Services supervisor 15 80
P Bill. " " 32 30
HW Hummel, " " 15 40
Porter Hedge, services as bailiff 6 00
A C Hosmer, printing 01 So
D M Hunter, educational expenses 16 10
Jacob Klndscher. bridge repairing aud
board services 33 on
Albert Kort. services as sunsrvlssr 17 SO
D Hester, roadw.rk 2 60
WOLalrd, services on board 24 00
ll u Lewis, wora on Dnuge aua ooara
A McCall, board services
A Morbart, hardware
J W Moon, rentcounty judge's office..,.
f annie roiis, Dosraina moigeni
K J Pulsipher, rep'g county jail.
J W Bunchy, boarding prisoners..
board for Jurors..
" " services as Jailor
oowier &' iiouie, toroii
a H Spracber, services ou board
Chss Bchultr, " "
J W Runcby, services In car. ol State vs
J S White, postage, freight, &c
Wilcox & McMillan, printing
J F Watt, services on board
Chas Turner. oBlclsl ssrvlces
Dr I W Tulleys, medical services 27 00
J A Tulleys, cauvasser election 6 00
Red Cloud, Neb., Jan. 23, 1895.
Board net pursuant to adjournment,
A H Hoffman, ohm, 15 members pres
ent. Committee on settlement with coun
ty treasurer and olerk reported favor
able to the report of those offioials.
The following bonds were approved:
GEUatman, O II R D No 35.
L J Lookridge, 29.
J Grewell, Treas Lino Twp.
G B Smith, " Red Cloud.
J B Krai), " Catherton.
W P Kuehn, Justioo Peace Lino.
Communioatien from C F Cather,
declining tho appointment of listor of
vouchors in tho treasurer' office, road
and aooepted and Chas Gilham chos
en for that position, O C Tool receiv
ing 3,T J Ward 5, and Mr Gilham 8
Dried Apples, 12lb
Carolina Rice, 20 "
Three Crown Raisins, 20 "
On motion Geo W Regan was $
pointed as one of tho Soldier's Re!
commissioners for the ttrnroJ
Moved and carried that tho board
comply with seo 14 page 788, com
piled statutes of 1893. This statute
compels thtf board to creot tombstones
on the graves of dead floldiors, whose
relatives aro unable to do so.
Resolution by Watt: Resolved
that the chairman bo instructed to
notify Secretary Ludden and tho State
Journal that Webstar county is not
on the list ot .ounties having applied
for aid. Carried by 16 votes.
We your committco on taxes recom
mended tho treasurer bo authorized to
strike from the tax list the taxes
against lots 3, 4 atd 5, block 1, Red
Cloud city for tho years 1888 aad 1889
Said property belonging to tho church
of Christ. W. M. Crabill, P. Hill
and C. Shultz, committee.
Tho same consmittoe reeommended
that the trciBurer be authorixed to
oollect from R. M. Martin the taxes
for the year 18t2 together with the
interest and cost. Also that they
had no Jurisdiction in tho esse of J.
S. Haver for taxes. Tho renorta wer
A resolution by Kindaoher outting
the salaries of bridgo supervisors on
bridge work to two dslhra per day aft
er the first two days was adopted.
The committee on cemetery consist
ing of Cox, Hill and Kort recommend
ed the threo graves be moved to lot C
A resolution by R. C. Best to in
struct the clerk and phatrm.n r .u
beard to securo money from the treas
urer s offico in cases of insanity whilo
the board is not in session was adopted.
Committco on supplies reoommend
ed after careful investigation that a
safo bo purehasod from K. M. Martin
. V ?2nt' B0'8 recd t a
cost of $125. Approved.
ported thoy had examined the
sureties on bank bonds and rocom-
mended their continuance. Approved.
Jas. Bromuehl submittod a resolu-
n.tify tho B. & M. railroad to fix tho
road nnd nrntoin,, .1
t . " .:v .'"0 Ul w,u "arrows near
ar io ' " De'nB ft S UnSaf0 Pi
Moved by Cox that tho prlco paid
for the Webster county, b'ar docket
soonia not exceed $30. Carried
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