Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 147, Ed. 1 Monday, February 11, 1918 Page: 5 of 8
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TULSA DAILY WOULD MONDAY FEBRUARY 11 1918
W H'PECK KUWNC:44Z
..!(. MARKET QOOTA1IONS.
H.i a Oil.. .13 00
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(oxfna (II ) a 00
lot.i oiia (bla) 1 og
I :.nra f 04
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I'ennpjrlTania . .
Cershi. . ....
North I.lrn .
tfamih Lin .
Wooalsr . . . .
Army Officers in the Game
krters who know all ttte fine iilnta of
Oil Men Are Catching
only two or three f-w-t In the nn.
has nlwny hren known us likely
look In r-iis territory nn I H now l.elne
developed mi. I pors to (hf II '.' Itrtrt-
kit I'otijH t Hut iiiilv Hiinilpa The
prlre li 6 retili at 'the well.
N'O 1 I.MUfll.l
The Pnrle la.ii on rmiipnnv hn a
rlw lip for No. 1 on the keenin firm
In the nor them; niftier of tin- north-
west of 21-217.
V The Mllirnolill I'nlrnlnnm
eon puny hit u 1 1 on the around for
i well on 1 h 1 1. Caesar fjrin In the
nor:lieujt I'orner of lk-lD-tl
. I ''" inrter oil company la linillltiif
It doing and Coming ii- -imh at j.nsj fret on i)evM.re
rn. in the northwest .rorner of the
northeast of the southeast of 7-l-
In the northeast corner of Ihe
northwest of the UMlllle.let of 14 1 b
the Twin Hfule (ill roininnv In ilrlll-
" l 1110 feet on the Hheimun
Ihe Itnnia f romimny la under
riK up on the R. J.'wallaee fiirm Irtj
'f the imrthwfvt of 6-20 I.
No J Jackson In the renter of the mm
line of Ihq tn.rtlieiiHt of 2 2i.3 Is
till filuit down at 3.440
oNTiNrr.ii on wr.XT pob
-oienuiils Kellur and Hmller of!
Jt'tmi cot.K r.roj In the rity un.l
looking iiflrr the nhlpnii'tit (.f
oil destined lor nlanlN dolus- kov-
Miient work unit mlilcntly meun
I'l'H mllro.uU have fnlli'i' to deliver
' II that Mhouhl liuvn urrlved ut de-
I i.ttlun t'olriln hoof duo. 'Ihlnca ure
' tier now and freixlit 1m rnovlnir riii-! 11' 'l""fl prom.j ul Ion nf the
Todav ut (ikluhonm t'ltv. the oil
men with the tank". KulhciinK linen
mid pit. Iln-. are likely t" catrh It
he nioje nx has heen alated In fTil"
I'nliinin thii governor Ih endravorlnK
to rulHp thn awttaned valuation be-
raiiKe pipe haa ndvanred In price. It
m inr niai eiei'i ix very limn n n reainlna the 6- iwh at -A 1HI
niiifjwj hi tui ri Ii:ib- coxt iiiiihIiIit- the I jinirhllti Ko 1 in iii. i..ui
.lily over last year end this i.i JiiHt cornir of the eouthennt of :h In V
win-re the ruh conie. In. Am one iiiH lJ'Rhll:i No. 1 ih etlll fmhlnij at 1 s4ui
(in tK It : feet.
'Thin prohibitive rust Of melerUil' ''J1'" "llio Cltlea Ih rleanltiK Out at
ban mused n'W dev elopiiient to W M"' 'eet on the Mullin faun In the
K larilid and runKi-iiently produ''- ' ""rthoimt rorner of the nonliwett of
mm 1i:ih ilen eiiaed and the ehortmcfl I ' i I T of 1 0-1 'J-ft. I
of rriuln and refined produrte f'-r the I. 1 n" MKnolln Iviroleuni enmnanv
Stacy 0rr& Co.
Dralcra in Oil Vroprrtiet
Iaqhvh and Securitiea
Ml llmnil Wrrirl
Mew tirk. !. Y.
137 ei. latt.'Knllf Stret-t
( hi. a it. i III.
17 l-Hht 'llitrtl hirttt
TiiImi I Ik la.
M J H.n.
Harry f Wrtl
Innpeitora of fleol Itepnrte
Heamatt Hldg. l'tmne 6703
I ly and rial ro. operation Ih for the
I.ikI tune Itv effort lietween rallroada.
r' tiri Inatant e. the Hunlu Ke l ttirn-
i li over to the MlHHourl I'nctflt; all
he t.ink rum It ran hiiiulli! at Ar-
I iti-iaK t'lty and the latter roud WcepK
ii 'in nut of KaiiHitH t'lty and the
. iiKi'Ktion there by roullnK thai'i eaal
I v wiy of lt ehnrt line fiomwofrey-
v lie to Ht. ImjIk. " '
The rhanera are tluw" tbeae rara
i hi he kept (ut of St. IxhiIm and rout-
1 rart In way of llannllial or Home
tlie nthei ' M iiulnniipl river luvtnt.
I t thin would entail too many
i I tnn' a linleK mlKbty tiood teamwork
ih done. In the meantime Kjuik.ib
i i'v In KetlinK in better Hhiiie find
W Mi'litiniix are Kreutly Improved
m l-.i-re thero bus been the moat con-
II H n not the flrat time that the
r inment contrurta have been
l lUid tUter a many of the blir firms
wrMnir on unvernnietil Htuff have
).i l men ridlnK rare from Tuliui fl't
! liivi.' bad run flaoarded un.l
I. ive ot iniiiHUiilly good Hrrv'lre. for
; r from Tulaa to Hi. Ixiiiia on
l: i:i.u rl'iif of the third ri.ny.
Ti e army offlrera are ImvltiHT oil
i. iiHKiHt.mre there in and are beltiK
tii il'd royally by reflnrra ond mar-
r andhlH " "K 111 on ""' ('"'imi firm In'
M.me etep undoul.tedly will be taken ' 'Sh'":'':aM C"""'' "f h" '"''W"!
1 ? ! "r il Th Hurke-ll..ff.M Oil eompanV Ik
fin. lire the o l InduMty or to plac' L(ll . apuddm. No 1
erta n advatitHR-a at the r dlnpoMl tU j. W- MlIK . .;
' " """"i "i ml corner of the aouttiuent of.
)ie moat neriHsary of
The Mii-milia I'etr ileum ronvpitnir
Ik abut down at .'-'.' feet i.n ihl
Miller Nti. 2 In the enuthweKt rornerl
OIL AND GAS
Laaaia BuppUea PredarUoo Bte.
oil buyer for market Inir company
?unt be thoroly conversant with pe
troleum IndiiKtry who can take
h."ir-e of ind handle branch offtre:
i .n'st be tillable aKKreaNive and be
i.:iahle uf luindllni Inrre volume of
1 '..unci-. ItiRht nlnry to rljcht man.
If ran ahow proper reference and
I nilllii ationn write H-CS. rrire thin
p i per. KHint! detailn In fir at letter
ami appointment will bniad p. Adv.
I'ur Pale Thirty horse power boil-
er. 2' borne power AJa engine 4141
:m vein; act B-lnrh tooln complete;
7-ti bailer; 4x44 aectionaj bailer;
k and circle crane and hnlnt; 2.000
fn t -inrh wlro line new; bargalna
If aulil quirk. I'bone 76. Adv.
Wanted To buy amiltl aaaollne
plant that will handle ISO 000 feet of
M. Kxpert to buy plant where gaa
Is exl auated. Eipect to move plant
to my location. Addreaa I'. O. box II.
Tulsa. Oklu. Adv.
Cmlng and pipe for aale caatnf
and line pipe new: Immediate delir-
in liiwcat prlre; all alien. C Tare
211 Calumet Hldg. Thone 671 J. Adv
Kor Rale 60-arre Ic.iae near pro-
diirtinn n ahallow territory. Itoom
Holland Hldg. r'boiejr 74H. iD
Wnnted Settled production and
tovaltv ranlnghend gmn or gaaollne
1 :nta. 106 MrClure Hldr. AdV.
Iirllllng proponltlon. proven field
winli'1 at once. (Jeneral Development
inmpany 2U New Ault Hldg.
Vnr KmIa One new rnmiilftla lrln
(f fandard toola. 1'hotie 1731. Adv.
Another Rig One Will.
Prank tlllllnZNlea han completed a
taa well in the northw-eat of the south-
weft of tlio northwest of 2 mil a
bnlf mile aoutli of thn Howard well
which la good for OOO.tOO feet at
Ct'SIIIVt; 1 be Km t inn oil coni-
pany haa abandoned the I'arkcr No 1
In tli aniithwent collier of the iinrlli-
went of the nnrtlieant of :'II-1S .'1 at a
depth of 1.720 feet.
Tin Oklahoma Natural Ii fiihlnit
for the H-lii.il Ht 1300 leel on thn
t l ira KeiiKon fin in n the norftvAeal
corner of 1 -1 K-&.
'. II. Slmffer In nh'it l wn at a.lfl
feet on the .Mrf'url.eli No. 2 In th
tiorthweat corner of the aoinheant of
The P.oma OH company In rlculn
up No. 1 on tho ' VV. t'ole farm It the
c nter of the north line of the mo th-
eaat of 1 1-1 H-5.
The Oklahoma Natural Can coin-
puny la drilling lit 3 SJ5 feet on Ilia
Tnylor farm In the renter of the a.nitti.
wi ut of the northeant of 1 H V
The liickwill.i oil roinnany la nhut
down at l7k fe.n on hn It ma faun
In the aniithwent roriir of 2 4 -1 S -4 .
The 'ie"k County (I in company han
attirted drilling on the J. V. Kreund
No. 1 In the reiner of the wept line of
tne aouthwat uf the ao'itheitht of 2"i-1K-5.
"The ftate guvernment nbould keep
thin fact iiHinlantlv In mind that the
.id valotnn ta.a an fixed uxalnnt thef th liorthwint of 1 i I 5
oil IndiiKti v in 11 very mnall proportion
of the ireliiTal revenue aNaenerd and
talked from tin oil men. There in
the rpiim production tux. iinanlmoully
conceded to he unfair the llnrnne tax.
the vnrintia federal tin en and all of
thiii coupled with the high ront of
I tdduritiK and refining crude oil ban
blared the oil Induntiy on the e'erge
"It In conceded In thin elate that
the groan production tax mi p porta the
government of the mate almont within
Itwlf and now for the elate board
to make a fo per rent Inrregne Jijj
(I' nir'il tatabfe valuation of lpe anfll
alorngr. tinned upon rlh exorbitant
ptirchane price of nterl made io by
the demand for war purponea. la cer
tainly nntrlntlMin bnned upon the dnl
laik or pri annul nut infliction that may
be extracted from the IndtiHtry.
The 1'nlted Htnten trrnxtirer In re
nitrating the bit oil Interenta to refrain
from Improvement and extenalonn.
ami even the building of home that
are not abnolutely nerennary for the
conduct of their bualnean. an that thl
money may bo saved for financing
thin war and In furnishing 'the murh-
needed petroleum products. Also that
tne prices on petroleum products be
kept down with approximately tho
etitne margin of rroflt as prevailed
one year ago a fare of the fact that
labor and everything that enters Into
the proposition hnn increased and
more than doubled and trlbled In
many Instances. That this la being
done ran be seen at a glance at. prices
which outside of fuel oil In Isolated
Inatunren caused by railroad conges
lion anil the transporting value of
tank cars U Junt about where they
were this time last year.
"Oil men and tho oil Industry arc
very patriotic and are receiving murh
praise from Washington for. their at-
titude and If the state government
wilfully or otherwise Inslntx mon Im-
pelling unreasonable burdens upon the
l.iduntry In view of tho conditions we
sire faring and a part of. Washington
should rerjuent "hands off" and this
will be done thru the proper applica-
tion lf the case upon Its known mer-
its. "A stay or Judgment should be
asked of the state eqautlxation board
no that the mattiti may be gone over
111 nn amicable way and tf relief is
not forthcoming then the Industry
will have no hesitancy In asking
Washington to Interfere. There are
limitations-In normal times and there
l no Idea of countenancing these
manifestly unfair persecution In
times like this. Oil men must be con-
stantly awake to the situation."
QI'AV The Twin Hate Oil com-
pany rig In Htanilltia; on the fallen
farm Irt the northwest corner of the
soutbeant of 32-21-8. o
The Magnolia I'dr ileum company
In ntllt shut down nt HfiO feet on the
I'eiilil'er No. 1 in the southwest cor-
ner of the northwest of the southeast
The Magnolia I'elroleum cnmpirty
11 iihnl itu-n t. I ill! r.-l .... ....
rjfi fiirmMn the enuthwest of 30-20-
TTl Is No. I for the farm.
The Texas company has a rig up
yet for Went No. 6 In the northeast
corner of the noithweet of the north-
west of l-ls-6. No. 4 in the north-
east corner of the northwent of the
northeast of the northwest of the sec-
tion Is drilling at 1.265 feet
The Inland Oil company is drilling
at 1.726 feet on the West No. 3 In the
northwest corner nf the southeast of
the tiorthweat of 1-1-B. No. 2 In the
southeast of the northwest of the sec-
tion Is drilling at l.46 feet. No. 1 In
the northeast rorner of the southeast
of the northwest Is drilling at 1975
Producing Prppert.es for Sale
No. 12080 acres Twp. 21 R. 17 Rogers county Okla-
homa Chelsea field; 12 producing wells; depth 400 feet;
11 to 39 feet of sand. Several more locations to drill.
Casinghead gas at present contrart price gives 25c per
1000 feet. Wells making about i000 cubic feet cas-
inghend gas daily. Settled production approximately (U
barrels laily. ' Frice $15000.
No. 0 Tract of 85 acres in Bartlesville district depart-
mental lease one-eighth royalty. Six producing wells
five from Uartlesvilhe snnd and one from shallow sand.
"Iilest well four years and newest about two years.
Thoroughly settled production. Past 75 days show net
production almost 12 barrels daily. No dry holes. Sev-
eral almost certain locations to drill. Trice $20000.
N r9 A--40 arres In llealdton firld. Caiter roiiuty. Oklahoma; 4
ornplcted wells'. No. 1 drilled December 1916: No. 4 drilled July
117; depth 1110 tn 1240 feet; thickness of sand SO to 150 feet..
Well No. 6 now drilling and will be completed In few days. 11 more
locations. Production 171 barrels gross; a very choice property; well
"lumped. Trice 11 (16000.
No. 103 Miami county Kansas. 160 acres; 1 producing well.; no
dry holes; oldest well about 14 months newent well about -1 months
t'epth 700 feet; aand 22 to 41 fret. Production about rt b.irrela
'ally. Good equipment Iease proven on three sides Not more
than one-fifth drtUed. Will be- sold on 11 days guage at I1E0 per
B na if yon want to buy r e leases oil-producing prop
aJtles refineries) casinghead gasoline plants etc.
RALPH DEVELOPMENT CO.
IIOM- osAfiK 5221 SS4 MAYO HUM... TI LS OKI V
rRl'MIUiHT The Cosden To.
has a rig up for No. U. W. Olllllan.l
farm In the center of the east line
of the southeast of the southeast nf
11-17-7. No. 7 In the center of the
south line nf the southwest of the
southeast nt the section la also a rig.
t'oaden 4 Co. la drilling at 76 feet
on the Cbllders No. I In the southeast
corner of the southwest of the south
east of 27-17-7.
The White ft mark Oil Co. Is drill
ing at 1160 feet on the Koy Oavis No.
1 In the northeast corner of the north
west of 1-17-7.
The Monitor Is drilling at 760 feet
on the Klxlco No. I In the northwest
rorner of the northeast of the north
east of 1-17-7.
Cosden t Co. Is trying to drill by
tools at 716 feet on the Timothy No.
1 in the northeast rorner of the south-
east of 13 47-7.
JKXMNtiS-Tlm 1'nrle Bam Oil
rompanv has a rig up for No. 6 on
the Tnnkersley fslrm In the northeant
corner of tho southeast' of 21-20-7.
The Markham and others No. 1 on
the Klmbsll farm In the southwest
miner of the northwest of the tiorth-
' east of 11-20. 7 wan reported deeper
I than It really was In the last report.
.Instead of drilling at 600 feet us re-
ip. r'ed It Is shut down at 360 feet.
I The tooln are In on the Hughes farm
.for the Jackron oil Oas Co. teat In
the northwest rortier of the south-
iwest of the southeast of 12-20-7.
I The Carter OH company i shut
down nt 460 feel on the Hooten farm
In the renter of the east Hve of the
southeast of the southeast of 11-20-7.
j ( r;VI J.AM Thn MlnnebomH: Oil
'company s ihut down st 4U-i fet for
B:m on tho Wrlghtniaii No. 1 Inline
nintheist cur.iT of the rinithwest of
' )! litis find Associates h.ivtithe tools
'in vt for No. I on the itheuherd farm
)n .the northwest corner of Ihe smith-
'a 'ft Of the. southwest of 21 -tl-'.
I The Atchison petroleum eonipaiv
'hnn n rlK t;t fv J. M . riharp No 2 l
the southwest mtnT nf thn southeast
'of the loulheiKt of Ihe southwest nf
! Hut iter ind others have n ri In for
o. t cm the A. P lib hard I.n in In
Ihe northeast riri-r "f Ihrt souM.sre'f
I of the nor.tieas: of 21 2U-3.
! OHTONThe Markham No 1
nnudlnot In the siuth"st comer of
27-10 7 Is drilling at 1.276 feet.
"Tho Magnolia petroleum rompanv
In shut dowen nt 2 040 feet on the Hal
bins. No 8 In the northeast corner of
the northwest of 1 4-18-7.
I The sums company Is drilling at
'.125 feet on the Junes No lJm.-Uu
routhenst corner of 36-18 7.
i Tie ilypwv Is drilling at 200 feet on
IhCSawSlllv sn Nn. 1 In the southwest
'rorner of the northwest of 12-18-7.
The Twin Ptnte Oil company has
ct.irted up aglin and In drilling at
I.62R feet on the I.ewll King No 1 In
the southeast rortier of the northeast
of the northwest of 11-VI:7.
MNPONI- The Kawfield Oil;
rotnpnny Is drilling at 1.U00 M nn
the. 1'lemlng farm In the norlheaJi
rorner of the southwest of 11-20 . j
Hunter and "Ciers have a rig in on'
the 1th hard farm In the northeast j
corner of the southwest of the north-'
.Mi of 24-2H 9
M niiilion nnd Mct'tll.i.Mm lime a I
M. M aVTA stx 1
K I HOM' N 15
Fl I I. Oil
i i iihica tim! ou.a
Oklahoma-Kansas Refining Co.
Manufacturer of lllgli-timile Petroleum products.
IU-riiu'd tills ami l.nhrlcatlng
V. i. Ileinwin Prmidrnt M. A. Isanrr Hrt-rrtary.
tiro. H. MiNXglaiHt Vice President and Octw-ral Manager
Itcftnery at Ntotsvar Hau. offl.s-i Julse Okla. I'lioun Osege 7AH3.
BLISS OIL & RKFINING CORP.
Refinery i Augusta Kanakas
Charlaa W. Illlss President and tienaral Manager
(Jeneral Office. 11 11ns Hldg Tulsa Okla. I'bone 411
GENERAL SALES AGENTS
Allied lleflntng Co. lkmiil' Oala.
Mr wart lU-flbln Co. WH Tulsa Okla.
flilriSgn'OfiiiwM l&l 1-1611 lyttou flalld'a
tMMiorsI Offl I yrw-tl Hldg Tnlsav Okla.
I'boiH! Oaavga a 7 04)
Riverside Western Oil Co.
V liy Building
Pays Right Draft and Are Always In Her Market for
1'tHrutr.iiiu l'ro4JUC w iro x our uuenaii
Sifnland Oil Company
rbona 1271 RAPl'M'A OKUA. General OffU'KJS
Union Potroloum Company
KirOHTKHS AND 34ARRETKIUI
TULSA OFFICE PHONE 4409
Anderson & Gustaifson
kl-w vrmK. N. T.
HT. LOUIS MO.
KANRAft ITT MO.
Tulsa Boiler & Machinery Co.
MACHINE SHOPS AND IRON WORKS
W Specialise la All Kinds of Htssal Tanks
TV1J4A. OH L AllOM A
The Home Oil Refining Co.
M. A. ISAACS Vloe-PrcsldKsst
HOIK O OANOMNia-
Katf aud Ilutuo lUflucrtea
Pbooa 7 Ml Sonth Boatoa
1 QABOI.15E. HAI OIU KCltOKEWg. WVKh UW
Wcnger Petroleum Co.
Petroleum and lt Product.
Specialize in Fuel Oil and Gas Oil.
Tulsa Office Theme Osage 77C5.
We are always la liie market for pet roars m products In oar owa or
ae Hits' lank cars. Quotations sollrllrd on high grurlt.t caalnghcaul aud
lilriaahKt gaaollna In our own lliertno cars.
MINNICAPOI.I4. MINN I i OTA
Barber Agency Co.
Great. American Refining Co.
Putroleum Product 326-7-8 Iowa liuilding
Refinery Jennings Okla.
INTERSTATE PIPE COMPANY
Casing Tubing Line and Drive Pipe
Send li. Your Heqnlrrnwtits by Pbooe Wire or Mali.
rnoNK o UNirif biii.dlnu tii-sa. ohiul
R. II. REMICK & CO.
" TR0DUCTS OF PETROLEUM
PHONE OSAGE 3233.
rim Rile Phone Mt
514 KENNEDY BLDG.
a i .r i .pi i
lli U 0
W f -v-a X-s -sv-avs xly'iaixy'm
gT'CC Cer CTtK-XX tf- jy U JJJLSlAfy
CHICAGO Kansas Gfcy
O Tlfflnrrtra lioraird at:
I ) M I I fls' Oklahoma City. Okla.
LJLL.LL " Cashing. tOkU.
REFINE HIES INC.
HA Mi OPrlCtv PHONK l TM-HA OaVIJk.
Why Do You Think of"
Western Petroleum Co.
When You Want to Sell Trainloudt?
LYNCH BUILDING OSAGE 4522
W. E. LAN Z Ell Mgr.
MU-(j) Gasoline Co.
Catinghead Ganollne Manufacturer and Ref liter
Okla. Petroleum & Gasoline Co.
Kennedy liuilding Phone Osage 7020
ROXANA PETROLEUM COMPANY
Producers and Refiners
PAN AMERICAN REFINING CO
TULSA OKLA. quality tirst PHONE 6010
e-- . .. .-
Producers & Reliners Corporation
Sapulpa Refining Co
Offlra aad IU-flonira SAPCIJ"A. OKLA
Kastorn Of fkja Broav4 MrasM
Wow brk.'W T.
J. F. Campion Oils
301 Daniel Bldg. Phone 5818.
The Acme Refining & Pipe Line Co.
INSIST ON HAVING THE "ACME" BRAND
W. ii. RUae Msaaar Mala Offliw 110 Hoanl Aaaan Talaa
REFINERY AT JENNINGS
SINCLAIR REFINING COMPANY
Gasoline Naphtha Kerosene Fuel Oils
Wrw TOIIK ; - CHICAGO
' Br tramy Ossiiraf Mdfr
Consumers Refining Co.
REFINERIES AT CU SUING
Sales Office 76 West Monroe Street Chicago
Cosden and Company
High-Grade Petroleum Products
Southern Oil Corporation
Petroleum Product 1005 Gallal Bid
REFINERY YALE OHLA.
Wabash Refining Co.
Ilrftner at nonslnt
omt'B 1 AND HOI.I-A.VTJ .BUI DINO. TlUIA.
ALL REFINED PRODUCTS
Refining CO. St. Of net Federal
a Reatrve Hank llldo.
Refiner let at Okmulfi
Okla.: East St. Loui. HI.
Tulta Office 603-604 Gall?l
Intcrnational-Ardmorc Refining Division
THE OHIO CTriKM OAS CO.
INTEHN A'MOi Al ItFUNHtV AllDMOHli U:nNEIlT
Willi. Os la. Ardmore. Okla.
funeral Offlrea 434 rkmth Chrrranfw ptiona Oaae IsOO
W I RE R OPE
W ar. now opened for tuislness at our offlre. 404 Eirhanire National
liank llldf and will welcome our friends and ruatomsrs.
BLACK STEEL & WIRE CO.
MAIN U11RK 304 WAI.DIIKIM III JMJ . KANKAH t IT
Thorp Oil and Specialty Co.
Ph'tif Aiil Ur fl Gradri tl
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