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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 17 December 1902

PublUhed Every Wednesday Evenln, J. Soott Moore, Wm. R. Kenn rd MOORE & KENNED! Publishers. Lexington, Va.,December 17,190! Subscription Rates In Advance : One Year.... 11.00 I Three Months.. .5 Six Mouthe.. .50 | Single Copy.( 9W Advertising rates furnished on aj plication. Business Local Notices 10c. a line fe first insertion and 5c. a line for each sid sequent insertion. Obituaries exceed.!..* 10 lines, tribute of respect, cards of thanks, etc., noustb paid for at the rate of 5c. pei line. Telephone Ho. 34. SHOULD BE ELECTED BY THI PEOPLE. lt is important that the com missioner of the revenue should Ix elected by the people, and servt more than oue term at a time. Iii order to discharge the duties of the office efficiently he is bound to get acquainted with all the tax-payers and citizens in his district, and know something about their affairs. It is practically impossible for any one to do this in an ordinary district in less than two or three years, so a commissione...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 17 December 1902

Utyefei-ffr. Lexington, Va.,December 17, 19( Maw Advertisements. Wade Masters At Co.?nuts, frui candies and raisins', for Christmas. M. J. Hess?Christmas gifts In gold a silver, toilet articles, spoons, forks, e Irwin A Co.?Christmas presents 1 every one of their patrons, In good goo ai honest prices. Agnor A Sheridan?nice things f Christmas presents, in ladles' desks, fan tables, book cases, etc. Richland* Oil Co.?on first page, wit drawal of stock from the market, ai meeting of stockholders on January 15tl 1908._ Cadet Willis's Moral Courage. One young mau during the ou break Tuesday night, Dec. 9th, at th Virginia Military Institute by th third class, Cadet W. T. Willif showed what was in him by pointed! refusing to join his comrades ii their erratic breach of discipline He was importuned to join his class mates and presented with the pa pe for his signature, but he refused t< sign it. His reasons as stated ane now related were?that his parenti had sent him to the scho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 17 December 1902

Ju WOMAN'S R2FH As a trapeze performer is greater than min's. . She must have a man's couraj and a man's muscle to succeed. B she must also.work under conditions i which a man knows nothing. Mai an accident to women acrobats mu be attributed / to the sudden l^^ weakness to which all women arc subject at cer? tain times. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre? scription heals the womanly diseases which cause weak? ness. It estab? lishes regular? ity, dries weakening drains, heals inflammation i and ulceration, and cures female weakness. It makes weak women strong and sick woniet well. " With pleasure I write today in praise of Dr Pierce and his medicines," says Mrs. Mary Con way. of Appleton, Lawrence Co., Tenn. "Wai troubled with female disease; the back of mj head hurt me so I could not lie in bed and 1 would have to sit up. aud then I would have such pains from my waist down I could scarcely raise up. My feet and hands would feel almost like ice. Since taking Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 24 December 1902

tlfoe ^lexington Gazette. VOLUME 98. NO. 51, | ' - . LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 24, 1902. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR WEINBERG'S LADIES' DEPART Great Inducements Offered the LADIES. Christmas BUYING Easy Here! Ladies' SUITS, SKIRTS, CLOAKS, CAPES, Shoes, Underwear and Fancy Goods. ! Our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT is still complete. We never let our stock run down. Always up-to-date WEARING APPAREL ON HAND. NEW GOODS! NEW IDEAS I Beautiful Novelties for Christmas Presents! WEINBERG'S Opposite the First National Bank and Postoffice, Main Street, LEXINGTON, VA. Professional Caras. SREENLEE D. LETCHER, Attorney at Law, LEXINGTON, VA. Notary Public. PAUL M PENICK. Attorney at Law, Laington, Virginia. Notary Public. ap 4 S . Pkbston Moore. Frank Moore Late C!erk Hockbrldge Notary Public. County Court. MOORE & MOO LE. Attorneys at Law, Lexington, Va. Phone No 12. DR. LOUIS K. WALZ, Dentist. Dentistry In all Its branches. Gold Work h specialty, Prices rea enable. Satisfac? tion gu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 24 December 1902

.siamii ) ii** ta., .. ~aaW -; -?? ' ' 'f ?*> ?J ?%? **V a*> I Publish* d fcvery WtU nttdu Pvenlni. J. Scott Moore. Wm.H. Kennedy. MOORE & KENNEDY, Publishers. Lexington,Va.,Dkckmbej? 21,1002. Subscription RaUi In A Jv ance : One Year. ...$1.00 I Thr *< Months.. .8*5 Six Moil*h*-!.. BO Sing!** Copy.08 ***** Advertising ttVbna fmnlPheil **n np plication. Bui-sines'*- Local Notices lt)c. a Hue for tirst Insertion and 5e. a line for each sub? sequent insertion. Obituaries exceodir.n 10 lir.ee, tributes of respect, cards of thanks, etc., must be paid for at the rate of 5c. pei line. Telephone No. 34. CHRISTMAS GREETING. Tomorrow is Christmas, the day of all the year to which the children look with glad satis? faction. It is the season when Santa Claus remembers the little ones and gifts from friends make glad the hearts of those who are older grown. But the token of love and affection exchanged at this season of the year are small when compar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 24 December 1902

*gfe<jfctzgffo Lexington, Va.,Deoemi>;:r 24,1902 Roekbridge County's Financial Report. Acting for the Board of Supervisor! of Roekbridge county, Messrs. Jobi H. Whitmore and A. Terry Shieldi have prepared a statement showing receipts and expenditures of tht county fund for the year ending June 80th, 1902; also a statement showing allowances for county officers and in? cidental expense*? for the next year. The receipts showed theamom t on hand June 27th, 1901, to be $1,640:61; received by Countv Treasurer, for year ending June 30th, 1902, $30,640 .61; giving total receipts $81,873.92. The disbursements amounted to $32,186.07, which is $312.15 in excess of receipts. Salary al lo wances.for county officers for the year ending June 30th, 1903, were made as follows: County Judge, $540; Sheriff, $400; Clerk County Court, $400; Clerk Board of Super? visors, $30; Commonwealth's At? torney, $5<X); Jailor, $200; Board of Road Commissioners, $600; Superin? tend...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 24 December 1902

ag*s**)W??SJ_***?*W*assss?*MMM*yi4^^ tifciJet t. *w_ ,/j ,_..,, Who escapes from jail u by no mea free. He is under the Dan of the li and punishment is written over again his name. Soon or. late be will be caught again and - bear added punish? ment for his short escape from his cell. Those who by the use of palliative powders and tablets escape for a time from the sufferings of dyspepsia are na the same condition as the escaped pris? oner. Soon or late ju they will go back to the old condition ?nd pay an added ?? penalty for tempor- a ?ry release. "" [ Dr. Pierce's Gold- JL ?n Medical Discov? ery cures dyspepsia and other diseases of the stomach and organs of digestion and nutrition. Its cures are lasting. ? For about two years I differed from a very obstinate case of drtpep sia," writes ft. E. Secord, Esq , of 13 Hasten Ave., Toronto. Ontario. "I tried a great nura bar of remedies without success. I finally los faith in them all. I was so far gone that I coule not bear any solid fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 31 December 1902

?Sbe Ikxfogton Cazette. VOLUME 98. NO. 52. LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1902. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR ' rv in a va" "M ?-i ea* a -*_l_! J_ Condensed New h. WEINBERG'S LADIES' DEPARTMENT. Great Inducements Offered the LADIES* Christmas BUYING Easy Here! Ladies' SUITS, SKIRTS, CLOAKS, CAPES, Shoes, Underwear and Fancy Qoods. Our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT is still complete. We never let our stock run down. Always up-to-date WEARING APPAREL ON HAND. NEW GOODS! NEW IDEAS! Beautiful Novelties for Christmas Presents! WEINBERG'S Opposite tbe First National Bank and Postofflee, Main Street, > LEXINGTON, VA. Professional Caras. SREENLEE D. LETCHER, Attorney ar Law, LEXINGTON, VA. Notary Publie. FACJL M PENICK, Attorney at Law, La.*\IK6T0N, Virginia. Notary Public. ap 4 J. Preston Moori. Frank Moori Late C.'wk Kockbridge Notary Public. County C*ourt. MOORE A-HOOhE. Attornxys at Law, Lexington, Va. PhonaNo 12. DR LOUIS K. ".SALZ, Dentist. D eutlstry iu all ita brauchea. Gold Wor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 31 December 1902

cn Published Every Wednesday Evening. J. Scott Moore. Wm.R.Kenkbdy. MOORE & KENNEDY, Publishers. Lexington,Va.,December 81,1902. Subscription Rates in Advance : One Year. ?. .f 1.00 I Three Months.. .25 Six Months.. .50 j Single Copy.03 **3T Advertising rat?<? furnished on ap plication. Business Local Notices 10c. a line for firstlDsertlon and Se. a line for each sub? sequent Insertion. Obituaries exceeding 10 lines, tributes of respect, cards of thanks, etc., must be paid for at the rate of 5c. pei line. Tolephone No. 34. 1NDUSTRIALCONDITION8IN KOCKBRIDGE. The year of 1902 has been a prosperous one in Lexington and Rockbridge county. With good crops at fair prices and plenty of work at remunerative wages, few complaints are heard. The mer? chants report an unusually large holiday trade. Within the past twelve months Lexington has enjoyed a steady building growth. The most im? portant structure erected is the First National Bank and Postoffice building, which ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 31 December 1902

Lexington, Va.,Deoembep 31, 1002. New Advertisements. Irwin A Co.?auu*ial clearance sale. Robt.E. Hutton?civil and mechanical engineering. H. W. Amole?rural mail delivery boxes for sale. Mrs. H. DeYoung?sale of household furniture and residences in Lexington. Liwrenee E ubi oe?Belgian hare?, fox tenler puppies and guinea pigs for sale. A. K. Fletcher, Clerk V. S. District Court?petition for discharge lu bank? ruptcy of D. W. Alderman of Covington. Dr. William Scott White Dead. Dr. William Scott White died athis home on Jeffeison street Monday after? noon after au illness extending through several years. On account of feeble bealth he had not been in the active practice of his profession for two years. Dr. ""White was the youngest son of the late Mr. William White and was aged 48 years. His mother was a Mise Sproul of Augusta county. He held degrees from three schools?A. il. from Washington and Lee Lulveisity and M. D. fiom the University of Virginia and the University of New York. A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 31 December 1902

at?BMPM**tV*aP'aVaa?SMOTan9t9>M!3|B?9pHK**B W.lnl'l i ? m.? ll , The crowning joy of woman hood it mother? hood and the crowning-; joy of mother? hood ia to have healthy children. But there can be no joy in motherhood without health, and without health for the mother there can be no health for the child. It is of vital importance for women to know that the health of mother and child ia in general entirely within woman's control. The thousands of women who have used Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre? scription -when expecting motherhood, have testified that it made them healthy and happy in the days of waiting, made the baby's advent practically painless, and gave them health to give their chil? dren. Mrs. W. J. Kidder, of Hill Dslc Firm (Kuos burgCenter), Enosburg, Vt., writes: "Duringthe past year I found myself expecting maternity, and in rapidly failing health. I suffered dread? fully from bloating and urinary difficulty. I was growing perceptibly weaker each day and suffered ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 7 January 1903

tatntjton (Bazette. V<>|j;Mlj.^___________________ia........s..HKXIN<;'L,oN' WE1)NESD*^^^^^^^^_________________)NEI)0IJ^^BA1{ Fraternal Orders. "Mountain City Lodge, No. 67, Ancient \ork Masons meets 2nd and 4th Moi* day nights at Masonic Hall, J. Will Moore, W. M. A, T. Shields, Secy. Kockbridge Lodge, No. 58. I. 0. O. F. meeta every Thursday night, at Odd Fel ows' hall A.W. Manspile, N. G. J. V. Grinstead, Sec'y. Lexington Lodge, No- 66, K. of P, meets everv Tuesday nlijht.at Odd Fel ows' Half, W. S. lltleman, C C. J. V. Grinstead. K. H S. Natural Bridge Council, No..920. Royal Arcanum, meets 1st and 3rd Friday nights in each month. W. R Beeton, Regent. James Withrow, Sec'y, Lee Jackson tamp, No. 82, Junior Or? der American Mechanics, meets every 2nd and 4th Friday nights at Odd Fellows' Hall F. S Johnston. I'ouncllor. D. B. Radford, Sec'y. Liberty Lodge, No, 2, Daughters of Rebekah, meets every Monday night at Odd Fellows' Hall. Miss Roberta Pen n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 7 January 1903

Published Every Wednesday Evening. J; Scott Moore. Wm.R.Kkssbdy. MOORE Az KENNEDY, Publishers. Lexington, Va., January 7, 1903. Subscription Rates In Advance : One Year.... #1.00 I Three Months.. .36 Six Months.. .50 | Bindle Copy.08 W Advertising rates furnished on ap plication. Bunlneas Local Notices 10c. a line for first insertion and 5c. a line for each sub sequent insertion. Obituaries exceedlr.a 10 lilies, tributes of respect, cards of thanks, etc., must be paid for at the rale of Se. pei line. Telephone No. 34. Jr ANNOUNCEMENT. The Gazette goes this week ti its constituents in an enlarged form. Four columns have been added, and the length of these columns increased by the addition of two inches. The subscription ? price and advertising rates, how? ever, remain unchanged. Our growing circulation and in? creasing business made this change necessary. As we stated when we ?first got possession of the paper, we intend to make The Gazette one of the best country weeklies in Virgini...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 7 January 1903

??wnp!.. I itl&ixzrttt. Lexington, Va., Jaxuapy 7, 1903. i ? ; i, - " '" - To Otar Correspondents. Wc frequently have to omit many letters from our faithful correspondents because they reach us I too late. We would greatly appreciate Kelling these commusications as early in the week as possible, certainly not later than Tuesday, and Monday if at all possible. We can rarely use letters rcceWisd QB Wednesday, which is ou r day ol publication. Ocr FRiCtw* who receive sample copies of THK GAZETTE this week are invited to be 1 COME REGULAR SUBSCRIBERS. New Advertisements. Lawrenos "ftnbree?Belgium hares and guinea pigs {qt Mle. Weinholts?New Yoar greeting, on outside oltoday's paper. ] G. A D. OltttilngUo.?New Yeat greet? ing, and reducing price on winter cloth ;lng. I W. T. Shields, executor?order of pub? lication, J. E. A. Gibbs vs. Margaret C. (Jibbs. J. Mci), Adair?notice ot new adver? tisement toappeir next- week too busy t j iwrito one. j T. 8. Barwell, treasurer?notice...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 7 January 1903

Oro Pierce's Restores lost ms*. STFfNGTI. "I was a total u*rrck--coulil not sleep or cut.'' (Trite* Mr, I. C Been, <>i Berry"?a. Crawford C.... Mo. "For two vtars I ti if cl medicine from ?hx-tors hut received verj little* henefit. I losi fl.ah ami strength, sra* not able t<> do a ',?<?>,' dava work. I commend,1 taking Ur. Mcrce'l (ioldcn Medical Discover.-, and when I hat; taken uiic bottle I could leep and my appetite was wjy-derlully improve. . I have taken five botttcafaml am still fiaprnvtsg."* The sole motive foi substitution is to permit the dealer to linke the little more profit paid I.v the sal ? of less nieritori ous medicines, He ;{ains; you lose. Therefore, accept no substitute for "Golden Medical Discovery." PURE SUNLIGHT AND AIR. lMut-t>* Herr Willoi. Minnie the OM World'* Ka vin .-il Clime*. Wc have often hear 1 of ''sunny Ita? ly" i;r tbe "clear Ugh " of Egypt, says the 1>, -.?vc,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 7 January 1903

LEXINGTON GAZETTE. s3XJ^?3E?JC^^:iwKE;3vr'r', BALTIMORE UGH CT* (M. ll I I'll ll'll, ro.tiMox SHOWN TO THK BE>T Al> VtVTAfcE. ADVANTAGES Ol THK CITY AS A POINT I FOR T 'E Ll TRIEUTION OF GOODS. . BALTIMORE'S .FACILITIES AHD IN? DUCEMENTS AS A MANUFAC? TURING CITY. At first glance a map of the United Stares or a portion of it is not particularly intt-resting. But when are studied the direc? tion in which the rivers run, the trend of the mountain ranges, the parallel, intersect? ing or diverging lines of rail? roads, and the mighty influen? ces these agencies have exerted on the settlement of the coun? try, and the migration of the people southward or westward, a map furnishes most interest? ing food for thought. Take, for instance, any good railroad map, which, for convenience, only embraces the portion of the United States south of the great lakes and east of the Mis? sissippi. It will show clearly Baltimore's existing relations with those portions of the coun?...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 7 January 1903

fort on the American continent ?with a population of nearly 500,000, the death roll of the city for the last year has aver? aged lees than any other city in the Union. It will scarcely be denied that Baltimore as a busi? ness centre ib far BETTtCR GEOGRAPHICALLY LOCATED, than New York, Philadelphia, Boston, Wilmington, Del., Cin? cinnati, San Francisco, and quite as well as Pittsburg, St. Louis and Chicago. Our rail? roads reach all parts of the country, East, North, West and South, and splendid steamship lines run to many par g on the Atlantic coast. We are five hundred miles nearer than Bos? ton and two hundred miles nearer than New Yerk to the great cot'on belts of the South; and are nearer by several hun? dred miles to the grain growing section and thriving cities of the West, than any other port en the Atlantic coast. CHEAP RAW MATERIAL. "The cheapness, abundance and excellence of the materials we have access to. is of itself an undeniable advantage, which is not possessed in a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 7 January 1903

Cracker Manufacturers. JAIHS9 D. MASON. 8AMVM. C KASOIf JAMES D. MASON & CO. STEAM ?CRACKER? BAKERY, Nob. 17 ami 18 Ka*! Pratt Street, BALTIMORE. MD. Confectionery Manufacturers. ? B WHK.HT L. M. HOHFNBl KC. t, BIRD. WRIGHT, ROSEN BURG & BIRD, ?MANUFACTURING CONFECTIONERS, AND DKALBRS IN FRUITS ANDFANCY GROCERIES, 40 Hopkin Place, N. W. Corner Lombard Street, BALTIMORE, MD. CsfCuUR* A SPKC1ALTY. Children's Carriages, &c. CARRIAGE AND TOY CO., OF BALTIMORE CITY, MAXI KACTl'RKKS OK ALL 8TYLHS OF CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES, VELOCIPEDES, HOBBY-HORSES, WAGONS, SLEIGHS, &c 315 W. Baltimore Street, and 200 and 302 \V. German Street. BALTIMORE, MD. Dry Goods?Wholesale. ESTABLISHED ISSI. John E. Hurst, Lloyd I. Jackson, Llttletflu B. Furnell, Wm. E, Clarke. Wm. B. Hurst. HURST, PIRNELL & CO., IMPORTERS AND .IOUBBRS OK DRY GOODS, NOTIONS AND WHITE GOODS, HOPKINS PLACE, Corner Sharp. German and Liberty streets. BALTIMORE, MD. New York: Pari...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 7 January 1903

COMMERCIAL INTERESTS ! A JOBBING BUSINESS THAT FOOTS UP $250,000,000. $125,000,000 REPRESENTS THE VALUE OF BALTIMORE'S MANUFACTURES, A STEADY GROWTH IN ALL THE IMPORTANT LINES OF BUSINESS The jobbing trade of the City of Baltimore is built upon a solid and lasting foundation. In the more northern cities, her most formidable rivals, many old and prominent firms have within a few years, declined j business and entirely dropped out of the list. On the contrary, wilth Baltimore trade both as regards the increase in number of its factories, the large trans? actions of individual firms that might be cited, or the remark? able volume attained in the ag gregate?all these considera? tions point to the fact of a gradual and healthy increase of business. These two opposite conditions have largely been brought about by the constantly io creased expense in the one case i and the comparatively limited i expense in the other, attendant upon the mode of conducting business. Baltimore merchants buy ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 14 January 1903

tlbe lexington (Babette* VOLUME 99. NUMBER 2. LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA, WEDNESDAY. JANUABY 14. L903. ONE DOLLAR A VE \ R. __^1,fl k not airk?not elvin*. Tl... AttrnrttoiiN and Industrial Hodden Fraternal Orders. Mountain City Lodge, No. G7, Ancient York Masons, meets Snd and 4tli Mon day nights at Masonic Hall, J. Will Moore, Vi. M. A. T. Shields, Sec'y. Koekbridge Lodge, No. 58. 1.0. O. F. meets every Thursday uight, at Odd Fel? ons' Hall A. W. Manspile. N. G. J. V. Grinstead, bec'y. Lexington Lodge, No- 66, K. of P, meets everv Tuesday night,at Odd Fol 1 tent Half, W. S. Hileman. C. C. J. V. Grinstead, K. 1' S. Natural Bridge Council. No..920. Royal Arcanum, meets 1st and 3rd Friday nights in ea^h month. W, H Beeton, Regent. James ?"Vlthrow. netty, Leo Jackson Camp, No. BS,Junior Or* dec American Mechanics, meets every 2nd and 4th Friday Dights at Odd Fellows' Hall. t. a Johnston, Councilor. O.B. Radford, sc'y. Liberty Lodge. No. *,', Daughters of Rebekah, meets every Monday night at O...

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