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THI5REDOLOU1) CILLWF, ITKIDAY, JUNK 20, 18JK5.
m AND ITS 'CUIUS
To tup. Editor : 1 have an absolute
remedy for Consumption. By its timely tisa
thousands of hopeless cases have been already
permanently cured. So proof-positive am ( i
of its power that I consider it my duty to i
stnd two bottla free to those of your readers I
who have Consumption.TIiroat, Uroncliial or
Lung Trouble, if they will write me their
express and postotlice address. Sincerely,
T. A. SLOCUM, M. C, I8J Tcarl St., Hew York. I
Wf The lMltorUl unit ItaslnrM Mnimu-omcnt of
thil l'ancr (Juuruutco CliL yuuuruus l'ruiusilju
IS. A ill. It, it. 'nine 'l uhl
iniN r m
Cfi, I .Will I'lt'lpM, I I'll 111.
ic, PnoH'tioT, i"!iCi " Ar 1.m. in.
G4,l'iill;rei!;lit. " l.'Jnp. in. l.tmp, in.
IM, Mixed 1'iiilll, '1 .A II. III. Ar 11:15 p. Ill
C3, 1'l-st Kn'uht, l.v ici.'iii. in. Ar in 'On m
141, MixcMTrilli, " I '.ui p. in. " 1 1 :ii.) .1, in
15, l'llise'll ,cl . ' SHU' li'. " 8-:iUi, III
TIL 10 HON TON'S
J iii, -orri;i:. $
The Grand Hotel.
Cor Utli & Q .Ih , Lincoln, Nt'U.
105 Nlotly t'uriii-ditcl Honiiis. Hluvntnr.
Htenm Hunt. Hteutric lli-lti. Only two
blocks from tlm two prlnuipnl thea
tres. W. T.SIT.STI'., S T SI'lINCl:, Muiiiwrt
MRS. .1 11 SIIIKKY,
I X ST It 1U2 1 1 XT A I, !U IS I U
Cuetomiiry pricos. Daily tmlf hour Iob
boiib to now beginners at reasonable
D. U. .IKNKLNS,
Violin, f'oriH'l uutl Clarinet.
Itotl OlolMl, Nell.
Will gllltriUltl't' Klllhfl'Cllllll ll M'llllllHH Will)
ilcilrn to Irani im nf i In' ii'iini' lii"tiiiiiiriits.
Will KlVO lllU'l' ll'MWIIH (I'.lcll ll'SBIIII out' liniir)
for$l."i'. I'l.UKit miirii pi"poily. I.i-i n wnrit
at tlil olllu'. Hi- mlilit't Hi'., Konur.il delivery
ami I will c ill.
Reduction in repair
ing on shoes sold from
our stock only, others
Nailing motif Inilf boles f0
Ladies' Imlf soles 10
Boye half Holes 10
Misses ami yoiuiiH nun soiea
Childrens liulf Boles 2.'i
See regular add
Cincinnati Hoot ami Shoo Storo
A. II.Kuloy, Prop.
OIN AX8 KIM U.S.
It C. Ikbl of Ulaelon wiib in Rod Cloud
Mrfl. Lwnirig Inn ipturned to Sheri
Adair Gnlushu hmi returned to Iowa,
after a pleasant vicit in Rod Cloud.
Hobt. Highland, son of Supt. Ed
Highland, hufl returned to Denver.
Mr. K-Hglo's hor" unskilled by light
ning emi'li of the river Inst Kiiturday.
Wo l iivmi't Kild an thing nbout pnv
ing tlio bMoote Intel v . but may do bo in
Will Crabill mid 'wo carloads uf hogs
this week to W. N. Richardson. Will
is a dandy fnruioi .
Job. LuPorte, M. Catudiil, 15. LaPorte
and M. Boelreau of Campbell, wore in
Rod Cloud tlitH week.
Goo. W. Lindsay is harvesting bin
whoat, and it fo mid to bo tlio largest
growth in thin Beelion.
M.A. Harth-an, A. M. Walton, C. R
Flunneburi', It. I). Sutlioriand, 11. L
Hopkino and nthrrn wcro in attoudanco
upon the distriut court.
Now lot'u make a lain pueh nf tor tlio
Hock IhIiiihI railrond. The road could
be secured, no doubt, from Nelson, if an
oxtru eirort was put forth.
Ed Ilohanun nnd ?ifo and duui-htor,
of Tjincoln, aro in tbo city viBitin with
tho family of K. 13. Smith. Mid. Hohan
an will remain in tLo city a moth.
D. I' McKarhtnd and family havo
moved to Ilolyokc, Co'orad, and tho
new road master linn uiovot-l into tho
houBo recontiy vaeat.-il by Mr. Mc.
Highest Honors-World' Faltf
MOST PUHrt'CT MADC.
Corrcct timo at lVinnaii's.
C V L'uther wiih Ihiiiic thia week.
ilo IT Mj era uiir in Kaneun thiu week.
Ibcjclo filioea 81.7. at Ciiicinnnti Slton
II. 1, l'oiul and wife were in Orleans
tod a .
Co to IVtorson's and iet an Ohio cul
tivator. The Icacliorrt' itrntiluto coiiimoiicis
Tan shoe polish and cleaner at Ktilej's
Mrrt. J. M. Sellars wiib visitint; in Ilia
vain tills week.
Mrn. J. II. Smith is home from her
vitfit to Orleans,
J. j. Orandstalf of Illadeu was in
Rod Cloud this week.
It you desire to know jour birth stone
look at Penman's ad.
If you want your repairing done right
got Ceo. liluir to do it.
For tirst cIiibo carriago work bco V. V.
Iladley, Hod Cloud, Nob.
Shoo driBsing for ruesotand tan shoos
at Cincinnati Shoo Storo.
If ou want a tin roof that won't leak
get Geo, lllulr to put it on.
A complete new lino of wall paper nt
Taylor'B at bottom priceH.
J II. Smith has insurod 5000 acres of
growing crops againbt bail.
Mrs. Goo. Garbor is visiting in Ho
atrico and Lincoln this weak.
Uuttermilk eonp threo cents u cuko,
six cakes for 15 costs at Colting's,
C. Earhart, of Waneta, Nob., is visit
ing his daughter, Mrs. I. llickuell.
"That tired feeling" ifl roliovod by a
gluts of Coca-Cola at Cutting's fountain.
.1. A.Uaumand family If ft Tuesday
for Osceoln, Neb,, for u two weaks' visit,
Alwas in season, Hopkin's Steamod
Hominy (Hulled Com). Elegant lunch
For tho next .'SO days I will linng paper
uheapor than any other man in town
R l. Iladley.
Mies NotLio Hummel nnd sister aro
homo from Lincoln, whero they havo
been attending school.
Henry Cook and family are enjoying
a visit from Mrs. Cook's ueiceand neph
ow, Miss Floronco and Ilert Wild.
l L. Fritz of Abilene, Ivan., special
agent of tlio Union Central Life Insur
anco Co., was in the city Thursday.
Chris Fnsslor, Ilev. W. A. Davios, J.
II. Horn nnd C. E. Hicks, of Bladen,
were doing business in Ued Cloud this
Ed Hrown, while not traveling for
drugs anJ "sich," puts in his timo scrap
ing tho rnco track and well, wo won't
say what olso he does.
II. Henrichson foil from tho root of
tho oating houso, while ropitiring tho
Bame, on Monday and broke his loft arm.
Ho foil about forty fecit.
Auoxtousive hailstorm passod over
tlm vicinity of Cowles thip week. No
damago reportod of any groat conBO
queiico. Hail that foil wore vory Inrg e,
Henry Scott got bo excited tlio other
day while getting roady to harvest his
wlmat that ho made a mistako and har
vested bis mou3tacho, Tlio crop was
Several applicants for divorco wero
prcsont this term of tho district con rt
and liad the bonds separated that were
so olmoxiouB. In these days divorco
Kalph Hrown hns gone to Colorado,
whero ho expects to labor in tho future.
Ralph is a bright young man and strict
ly honest, and wo wish him prosperity
in tlio great wcit.
Miss Sarah Knowlos, nioco of Win.
Parlceu, drew a 61o prize from tho Chi
cogo Record for guossing tho plan of a
prize btory, entitled "Tho Silent Mill."
Sho was vory fortunato.
Miss Willa Cathor loft this week for
Pittsburgh, Pa., whoro sho has n posi
tion on the Homo Magazine. Sho lias
become one of tho leading lady writers
of the state, and wo wish her succoss.
Thocnsooflv. li. Thompson ot. nl .
vs. J.S.White, L. II. Fort et. id., has
boon advancod on the supremo court
docket and wo may now look for a deci
sion soon on tlio vexed supervisor easo .
Mrs. Isaac Ludlow wiib agreeably sur
prised this week by a visit from her
grandfnthor of DoWitt, Iowa, whom sho
had not mot for thirty yours, His name
is David Meredith, and ho is on his way
Prof. Castor is homo from Lincoln.
Tho professor is now a full llodgod law
yer and we bespeak for him tlio greatest
success in the profession ho has es
poused, and wo look for him to reach
tlio pinnacle among his brethren. It is
our best wish Dint ho muy.
It would be Imril to convince a man
sufTeriiig from bilious eolin that hid
ngouy in One to n mieroho with an uu
nrononucnblo name. Hat one iIoho of
DoWitt'rt Colio mul Cholera Cure will eon
vinoi Idin of its power to nirord instnnt
relief. 11 killH pniu. C L Coiling.
Got your nnmo on tho list of tho Ne
braska and Kansas Farmer bofore July
1st if you wunt to got ono of tho best,
farm and stock journals in tho stato for
ton cunts for ono year. June istiuo is
now wuly for distribution. Any ono of
tlio largo number of contributed articles
is worth innnv times tho price of sub
cm (!.! t pi" r -.- i' Ni'nre To
ali over tlio
( Corn is looking er lino
Hiejcle shoes at Cincinnati Shoo
Ladies' Plated Shut Waist Sets l.'ic at
Pearl L.ullow linn returinnl homo from
a viflt to Guide Rock.
For a flue hair tonic call on Hutchin
son & lliutt. the baibers.
Court has been in mssiou tins week,
Judge lleall on the bench.
Any child who can handle a team can
bundle the Ohio cultivator.
1 have tho only thoroughbred Jersoy
bull in Ited Cloud.- Leu Aultz.
Do not forgot tho tth of July celebra
tion in Red Cloud next Saturday.
Tho wheat harvest has comuioncod.
Tho crop is very line in Webster county.
Tho largest crowd you ovor iiaw will
bo in Red Cloud next Saturday. July 1.
Don't fail to save your tnotioy by buy
ing your binding twine of A. Morhart.
A. II. Cramer was presented with
the china set at Docker's. It was n
J. II. Kellogg, son of John Kellogg,
while playing Wednesday, foil and broke
his left arm,
Holt pins, silver and gilt plated, 10c
and up, nt Nowhouso Brothers', jewolors
Mrs. Dr. J. S. Etiiigh and sun Close,
returned today from n weok'B visit in
Hollod gold plated, pearl back, initial
lottor stick pins, 10c at Nowhouso Bros.,
jewelers ami opticians.
Come and see tho vast assortment of
shirts. You will be surprised to 1 1 ml
such low pricos. Wiener, the Clothier.
When you want a nice smooth shavo
or hair-cut, give Geo, FintroBS a call
Ono door south of tho Hon Ton Bakery.
A. Morhart has just received a car of
binding twino direct from the factory
and his prices are right. Call before
I havo n tvvelvo horBo power traction
engine, nearly now, that I will soil cheap
or trado for stock, James l'otorson,
llod Cloud, Nob.
Frank Risor, of Mercdosia, III., for
merly ot Red Cloud and Cowles, was in
tho city this weok on a visit to his old
headquarters. Ho is now in business in
What nbout the band union mooting
in lied Cloud? Seomstousthat a groat
big effort should bo made to cinch tho
proposition at once by those who havo
the matter in charge
Hon. Horneo Winegar of Lebanon,
Kan., waB a ploasant caller this weok .
It does a fellow good to talk with him
awhile, as he is a staunch republican
and ulivo to all the issues.
Small in size, but grunt in rennlts. JJe
Witt's Little Hurly Itinera net gently but
thoroughly, (Hiring indigmtion, dyspep
sia and eonstipittiou. Small pill, safu
pill, best pill. (J L Cutting.
The harvest bus commenced and farm
orB aro reaping their rjo as a startor,
and in a fow days tho "buzz of tho mow
ing machiuo will be hoard in tlio dis
tance," iib all tho city pnporB will say.
Charity lodgo A. V, it A. M. bnvo
lensed the hall in the Beutley block and
will movo into it soon, This hall is ono
of the finest in tho state and was espec
ially constructed for thoin several yours
F. W. Cowdon, ouralTablo and cour
teous postmaster loaves noxt week to nt
tond tho National democratic conven
tion. Ho will also tako a ploiiBuro trip
up tho lakes to somo of tho noted re
sorts, Tho Fourth of July committor has
informod our reporter that there will bo
a "whopper Fourth" in this city, and
that ull aro invited to bo preiont. Tbo
big Hag tlint is going to bo given uway
to tho largest number from nny town
ship is open to Kansas as woll (is No
ka pooplo. Coino evorybody.
Mis. Peter Albright has tuturncd from
0 C Bell returned fnm tho gold
Holds Mouda .
Sam Temple return from Omiiha the
Unit of the week.
Insuranco rates gladly furnished by
O.O. Tool, Red Cloud.
Geo. Blair looks like n bishop with
his mustache amputated.
C. W. Knlej nnd W. T. Auld re
turned from St Louis Fridii) .
Win. Wolfe, custom slioeinaker from
Linooln, eniplojod by Cincinnati Boot
and Shoe Store
Found, A pair of silk niltts and some
lace. Oivner can havosaino by calling
at this olllce ami paying for this ad.
Row Hummel was in Guide Rock on
Tuesday and Bostwick on Wednesday,
delivering the ordinance of baptism to
Tress Harwood and Miss Mjrtlo Lain
wero united in imirriagoon tlm'JJM inst.
by tho Rev. (i. W. Hummel, at his
homo south of tho rivor.
Edgar Cutting and Edwin Ovoring re
turned from Boloit, Wis., last Saturday,
whoro they have boon attending college
for tho piiBt fow months.
"Wnko up, Jacob, day U breaking !' so
snid DjWltCri Idttle Birly IttHcrs to the
mnii who had taken tlieni to amino IiIh
sluggish liver. C li Coiling.
Tho Gorman of Freeport is fond of
riBks on churches and schoolhouseB and
1 mn prepared to give an extra low rate.
-O. C. Teel. Heel Cloud, Noli.
Persons who limo n couching ttjivlt
every night, on account of )t tickling hcii
sntlon iu the throat, may overcome it at
once by a doi-nof ()n0 M finite) Cough
Lost, strayed or otolen, from my prem
ises, a black Poland china sow, weight
about :iJ0 pounds. With pig when
struyod. A liberal reward for her return.
Chiis. W. Bushee, Rod Cloud, Nob.
Whon wu conildur Hint the Inlostlnos
nre about the time's an long art tho body
wo cau realize) the intense Buffering ox
purloneed when thoy become iiilhinied,
DeWitt's Colic nnd Oholern Care snbdnon
Inllnmmntion nt once nnd completely re
moves the dilllmilty. O L Cotting.
Tho toncheru' annual institute) of Wob-
Btor county, Nebraska., will bo held at
tho high school building in Rod Cloud,
from June 2!) to July II. An able corps
of lecturors and toachoru havo boon se
cured. Jnko Nustino says: "Shust look at
that lip." Sinco tlio war in Cuba, Jako
hud to have Havana llllors and as thy
could not bo had without running till i
bustering outllts ovor there, ho thought
bis uppor lip could furnish thoin .
Core's a Certain Tricndlincss
about an li S S ill suit that wins
your good will before you've worn it twenty
It seems to be just your style. That's
because it is made of good cloth, well put
together, and, like a true friend, you can
trust it at every turn.
This Label on a Garment In-
euros Pcrfoct Fit (SlgTG
and Satisfaction fej&f
It stands for tho bost that
Money Can Buy or Skill
ml v!ilr!BftB4IMr HAArihMIIIIHBIIIIIIIElH
Now is Your Chance!
In order not to carry over any of our LIGHT COLORED
SriTS, wo will nmko tlu following lig cut on all
that aro marked to .sell from $1'J to 11).
$1(3 00 SUITS NOW AT SI 2 00.
1 0 50.
Has been endorsed by the
medical profession for tventy
years. (Ask your Doctor.)
This is because it is always
palatable always uniform
always contains the purest
Norwegian Cod-liver Oil and
Insist on Scott's
Put up in 50 cent
$1.00 sizes. The small
size may be enough to cure
your cough or help your baby
When J on n.k (or 5cntt' I.'mnUInn mid
eiir ririiKKM r,t jon a pnekage Inn
Wli.mii-: -r 1 . r-p-.r mIUi (lie pit tur.
nl 11' ' f i I' ii -i- t tn.'
Frank Cowdon, Doll Abel, Wallace
Wright, John Tulloys, Vorn Bishop, Al
bert Warren, Allio Albright, Charloy
Robinson, Hugh Minor and Roy Tuit
tooic in Superior Sunday, and wore
highly ontortained at tho homo of Louis
Broadstcuo, a most onthusinstiu wheel
man of that place.
"Pap" Rust is on tho warpath with
blood in his oyo. Ho was possessor of
a trio of fino young mocking birds, and
somo miscreant ono night boldly en
tered tho grounds and kidnapped his
pots. Pap is wound up with a double)
twister, and is going to make somo
body hard to catch.
Mrs. J. A. Richardson sokl this wook
to J. II. Davis a $.',000 interest in terri
tory, in her celebrated Knox bog and
chicken cholera remedy. Mr. Davis enn
consider himself fortunate, ns tho rem
edy is a suro cure. Sho also sold a 8300
interest to another irontloinan whoso
nnmo wo did not learn.
L, D. Oatman, the pleasant and jovial
landlord of the Holland houso is doing
a splendid business these days, as is
duly attostod by tho largo numbers of
travelling men who stop at his house.
Ho sorves all tho delicacies of tho Bonson
besides nil of tho substautials. Ho is
muking a complete success of tho Hol
land houso and overything is neat and
cloanly kept. Wo wish him success.
Tho pooplo of Nebraska and Kansan
should not forgot tho Intsr-Stuto Fair
to bo hold in this city Soptombor 1 1 to
If). About 8100 has boon put upon tho
track and in othor iinprovoinonts, and,
as tho fair is nianngod by men who aro
determined to leavo nothing undon to
mako it a succoss, you can rest nBsured
thnt it will bo a grind exhibition. Re
metubor the ditto and bo suro that you
propnro somothing to exhibit. $"'000 in
premiums, 82000 in speed.
Dr. Frod wishes to nnnounco to tho
young Indios of Red Cloud Unit ho has a
hammock in excellent condition and
built for two, and uu it fellow feeling
makes uo wondrous kind, liu also fur
nishos tho numos of tho following young
men who aro similarly situated: Fran k
Cowdon, Frank (loblo, John Tulloys,
Bart Wright, Wallaco Wright, Dillard
lUdford, Bernard MoNony, Flave Grico,
Douglas Cathor, Honry Clark, Bon Mc
Farlnnd nnd Charljo Fort.
Ninety per cont. of all tho people nocd
to tnke a course of Hood's Barsiipnrilln
nt this senson to prevent thnt run-down
condition of tho system whluh invites
Hood's pHU nru partly jHtfotfttde
' ' !"'.' , ' '.'; -v1! .i
a stkaicut :irr i' Twnvrv.ri vi: ii:it i:vr.
Wo havo only a fnw loft, and thoy will not remain vory loug
on our shelves at tho present prices.
Wiener, The Clothier.
i0 cords of dry stovo wood.
Knloy, Hod Cloud.
You should uso a stoain cookor, bo
catiBo food cookod by steoming is more
palntablo and more nutritious than
when cooked by boiling. You should
buy a Beverage Automatic Steam Cook
er, because it requires less time, less
heat and less room on the ptovo than
any othor; because it is much simpler
and mnro easily used and kept in order
than any other, and because) it is much
cheaper, costing only about one half u
much as any othor stoain cooker.
A prominent lady of Rivurtou, Neb.
Bays: "1 have, for several j ears used a
Peerless sleuin cooker forwhich I paid
80,00 and consider it a good cooker but
find it inconvenient and dilliuiilt to kc-op
iu order. Several of my neighbors aro
using tho Beverdigo Automatio which
costs less than half tho price I puiel for
mine nnd I would recconimund it as lin
ing a bolter cooker than any othor that
I havo soon." ,
Kkd Cloud, Nob., June 1(1, 180U.
Tho Buveridgo Automatic Steam
Cooker for which Mr. Sohonck is agont
is all and more than be claimes it to bo.
I havo given it a thorough trial and usu
itove-y day and find it much superior
to tho old fashioned way of cooking. 1
also consider it much superior to cookers
ot other styles in uso by somo of my
neighbors. Mits. A. O. IIosmi'.u.
Tho Beveridgo is tho latest, best, sim
plest and cheapest cooker on the mar
ket. Forualo by C. Sohonck, Rivorton,
Molherrt will tlud Cliiimberlaiu'H Cough
Ui-medy i-Hpeelnlly valuable for croup
and whooping cough, it will give
iirompt relief nnd h mifu and plenitiit.
Wo have sold it for several yenrs nnd it
hns never fniled to gun tlio uiORt perfect
Hatisfnctiou. U, W. HichnrdH, Diuiuesue,
Pa. Sold by H. K. Orice.
A nice lino of ladies' ties to be worn
with tho shirt waists, nt Wiener's.
Who will bo tlio lucky ono? Houfo
mid corner lot, lot l- block 0. Tvvelvo
roouiB in house, 8700. Lot IS, block (5 j
and barn 8.100. Terms one-half cash, ,
balance on timo. For furthor partiuu-j
lars writo to L. Buum, 71 Potomac
Ave., Chicago, Ills.
IIIOW'llt'4, rillllll'N, Ht'l'llllltollH
and nil humors of ih blond mid skin
will Hiieeiiuib to Ibgg4' It ) ,1 I'uritler
and lllood Maker, It jiosiliviiy tins no
c(iml. Kvery bottle gnnraiitid. Auk
your popular druggist O L (Jutting for it.
(Quality in lilnding twine is a big item.
A. Morhart has the best.
'orn and Hoy.
I'Viiiu carefully conducted tests it haB
been determined that it takes six pounds
and four ounces of corn to product) ono
pound of pink, On this hypothesis, it is
easy to solve tho problem of coinparntlvo
prulltsof helling or feding the corn crop.
With corn at I'J'ij cents, pork cost
Willi corn at 17
81.78 per 100.
With corn at 10
8200 per 100.
Witli corn at 120 coutu,
$'2 118 cents per 100.
With corn at '22
ceiile, 'mil: costs
cents, pork costs
8202 per 100.
With corn at ilo contf,
82.WJ per 100.
Witli corn at .'10 contn,
8.'tfi7 por 1C0.
Willi corn at Jill cents;
Witli com at :i." conls,
1.00 por 100.
With corn at 10 cents,
81. 7,") per 100.
Witli corn ut 12 cents,
With corn at -Ifi cents,
8"i 112 per 100.
itli corn at r.U cents.
Tho llguren Include) only
iff) Ki per
costs of corn, and do nol tako into con
sideration tho labor, otc, hut it will
roadily be seen that with cum at If) centB
and 20 cents this jour, it is probablo
better returns muy bo luul by fee-ding
tho crop to hogs. Indiana Farmor.
JrCJ I.-' ftV 80 H CT
i WW B W Mm
Wo havo just employed ono of tho beet
nhoomakers in tho country nnd nro pro
parod to do any kind of shoomnking and
repairing at the lowest pricoe. Youro.f
for neatness and dispatch.
Cincinnati Siiok Stoim:.
Wo Offer Yoa a Remedy WMcli Insures
SAFJVL'Y to LIKJ: ol Ilotli
Motlicc ami Cnld.
Bo,yiB B &" Ft,
i n a a
Phhi the good word along (he line
Pllert enn be (juiokly cured without nu op
eration lj minply n'iilyiug D Wltt'd
Wi:r! !!'. ,U, . r i , ",,,,,
lions coxnKn--vr or its tain,
itoiliton . i) i1"iifb,
Rlokea CHiLDL)1ViIM Ea9y.
Kmluriioil mul ro oiiii.ii'IhioiI liy pliysl
cI.iih, inlinilu - ii
UllllKl ilf lllt!' I
I CV .-
win) limu usotf
' .1 ''I liiiltutlooi.
,C. Iloiiner, Aft., Ued Cln'ml, Neb. I.OUIh ItAC.'fiHU V CO.,
ii in in nl Win
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