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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 August 1907

MmnwunwiMtfM ^ . ~~"~n . ai* * -y 11; I *^!^^MtMmmm - mefl?wt -bm I -HH?- "T CLOTHING . I 'Ub?y couie In pints, quarts and half ! _^rmTh. ' -4*^ j*5* uaunu^t:u"ytll<'mOUC,,tiUdyOUWr'1 ' if t" ? ^ ' W Just came In, and prices are right Mnsloii, Dajito Co.: ?a~,oKk"w' )S$j?ttXllttj?.13T<n",mt*!e"<1,03 9 ** ?>>4 ' *- 1 ^ ?je Ageuts for Koyal Worcester Corsets H PHONE 24. V" HU^ Holeproof Hose. H VOLUME 42. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1907. NUMBER | MR. STROUSE WINS: i Temporarily at Least?In Spite I Of the Sensational Affidavits By Klendersonviile People Ite- i tative to His Character I>r. i Clarence B. Strouse, Cliau f tunqiia Manager, Itemnlns in ' Possession of the Auditorium, i The following special from Asheville, N. C., to the Charlotte Observer, concerning the outcome of the case of Dr. Clarence 11. Strouse Q against the Hendersouville Chautauqua owners, mention of which . was made in our last issue, is ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 August 1907

2 RICHES IN FARMING ! ? I nvest igutor Says Agriculture t Is Surest of All Ways to ' Wealth. o "Of all the professions that a young man can prepare for, there is nono that offers such opportunities as scientific agriculture. I believe it is the surest of all professions to receive immediate, lasting and ever increasing returns." Such was the statement made by Dean H. J. Water, of the Missouri Agricultural Colloge, at Columbia. "If you will look up the records," ho said, "of the men who have graduated from the various departments ol the University of Missouri in the last fifteen or twenty years, you will ( find that those who specialized in agriculture made good faster and won better places with j larger emoluments than the j graduates of arts, law, engineer- ' 1 rPhSa lina nnt 1U^ ur lUUUIlylUU. Aino uuo **vw J boon because bettor men wore ( attracted, or that they received better training, but the opportunities offered in the field were far greater and tho competition was much less...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 August 1907

\ W. C. U.COLUMN OFMCKKMNAI.KM W.C.T. V. PratMtDt.-Nn. Mlmah Hobbs Day. Vtoo-Proslvleuta.?Mis. L. M. Leo. Mrs. A. N. ' w_rs- Strohockor. Mrs. K. K aiwrtj, oirs. w . ft. ItQIMIIsolt. Ktn-urdlug Secretary.?Miss Mary Strickland. Corresponding SecretaryMrs. W. B. Whltescarver. Treusuror.?Mrs. W. n. Oil lard. nip?rlalfB*l)>aU of Depart meiem. KvanKollHrn and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. K. Obenchaln. Florence Crlttonton Home. ? Mrs. E. K. Mooro. Modal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. flower Mission.?Mrs. VV. u. Wtiltescarver. Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. Q. K. Moyer. Social Meetings and Bed letter Day.?Miss Maggie White sell. Sunday School. -Mrs. J. T. Penn. literature? Mrs. F. S. Campbell. FThb Timm-K*oist?r and Srntinkl, at tbe>r request, has placed a column at the disposal of the earnest, and faithful women of the W. <1 T. Union who will have entire j charge of it, and be responsible for all matI ter therein It promises to be an interesting feature o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 August 1907

4 Salens $imrs-3$ey pum.isnan kvkhy thithsi Salem Printing and C. D. DBNI1 W. W. McCLUNO. n Subseript.i< One Year Nine Months Si* Month)* ...... Three Mouth** ...... PHONE I DEMOCRATIC lllKtl ELECTION. NOVEMBER 5, 1907. Nominees tor I>istriet mid County Odicers. ' For the Senate: JOHN M. HART, of Roanoke. For House of Delegates: HON. A. M. BOWMAN, cf Salem. For County Treasurer: GEORGE M. MUSE. For Sheriff: 1C. L. H A TC II E R. For Common wealth's Attorney: R. W. K I M E. The Chamber of Commerce of our neighboring citv lias abandoned the idea of having a special Roanoke day at the Jamestown exposition, we regret to say. The reason assigned by the committee who had the matter in charge was that they were unable to secure a rate that would be low enough to induce a large attendance from that city, together with the fact that there will be numerous excursions of the various organizations to Jamestown during the fall,which would doubtless interfere with the arrang...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 August 1907

?? " - ??* |. -5 ; Times-Register and Sentinel I'UKLISHKD KVEKV TUUttSDAY. i! M\ f~lnir \\ ' ' ; j ?ui. J\ ff # r | ij I jj '.Dressing j. . ^n; every one likes a fine ;!: sing. Something to '. m (he hair more manageto keep it from being i or from splitting y : f the ends. Something, too, that will feed t!ie hair at the b tame time, a regular hair-food, n Well-fee hair will bestrong,and | will remain v/hcrc it belongs ? 0 01: the head, not 0:1 the comb! M Thn bast hi tide f a *cctimonial ? 9 ior over sixty yearo." ??- - - I ?????? [4 i*] bv C *yr Co.. I.owell, Was*. r? Ai?j ni*nu'..cturer? of U P .'UBS/VPARILLA. \iMjers as. (v>"??=?'y\ % Wood's Grass and Clovor Soad t M \ Bott qualities obtainable.' M jAlsike Clover ? is increasing in popularity everywhere. It Htuiuls both the cold of winter and hot, dry weather in Hummer better than lied Clover, is surer of petting a stand, and lasts for several years from the one seeding. Write for Wood's Descriptivo Catalogue giving our...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 August 1907

* 6 Tl? i: 1?R1CK OP ItKSPKCT. W? praise the lU'in who works away Witli tiouor as 11ih only guide, Who t-purti* dec*!'. ami will not pay Por shameful gains with deeeut prlilt>; i.. . i.:... >i... ..i..... n j'umiiiw iiiiu iiir t;?wr y wmvu Beyond the ^rave is said to li-. Bat if lie keeps froiu ^ettlntf rich. We rather scorn him on the sly. We apeak of honor as a tiling More precious than are heaps of cold; la praise of virtue still we siuc As did the troubadours of old ; His strength is yood who bravely shuns The luring temptress day by day, Still in our hearts we scoru the ones Who tail to tuake their virtues pay. We preach iu praise of hou?sty, We hold that shame must follow sin; We ay that alory caunot be For those that slyly scheme to win. But, after all, we pass them by With scant respect aud little praise Who f dl ?o pile th*lr fortunes hiich While traveling the righteous ways. ?Chic ?tf<> R-c ?rd-Herald. A GRIM OBJECT LESSON. The c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 August 1907

fhnsands Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect it PtvTalfncr of Kl?ln?>r IHsrnno. I Most people do not realize the alarming increase and remarkable pre valency . of kidney disease. 1f While kidney disS/tJ^rgGrders are the I^*25CVVmost common V diseases that pre~ tent themtelvn erith doctor in tf the effect*, while the ori<jinal disease undermines the system. What To Do. '.'here is comfort in the knowledge so oitcn expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's I Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy, fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part of the urinary passage. It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it, or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day, and to get tip many times during the night. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root ic CiVltl It cfntulft fVn lti nrlinct for its wonderful cure...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 August 1907

I " I LETTER FROM PniLO lie Write* Alioul tlie I'rt'siiliiiK I'lileresi jmhI Anli-Spitting Ordinance. (Cominuetl (row week.) After 1 had finished my job 1 i imt tny arm* around his nock 1 and told him that if he would ' kins and make up, 1 would ' not only be like a brother to 1 him, but that I would call Kirn pet ** /or the phoue, and send him up a chunk of liver, or eom< thing of that sort every 1 day. Hut that proposition did 1 not 8<H)m to suit him. Now, I ( had to > very interesting papers ' in my pocket, so 1 thought that j 1 would road one of them to him. The subject of one was: "Green 1 apples, vs. Kids." The other j was '-Flavins Josephus's discourse ou hades." Knowing 1 that his mind was in a holiger- , ent state with visions ot blood, hair, etc., flitting through his brain 1 thought t hat a few pointers on hell and its environments would not bo amiss, so I read him the latter paper. But the hell racket did not cnt anv ire with him. 1 tjien...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 August 1907

V| ONbY A FEW LEFT OF THOSE FINE ^ A I ilEUf I w??? ^alcm ?itucs?iUmafcr! :^ I ROYAL PATENT FRUIT JARS W ^R VHD" ^ day.'"fuU stock 1 tt?*iuiu? tliem bt-fore you buy. z"x * w Clnthinp- Shoes H il'bey coiue lu pinto, quarts nmi half - ? T: V^IOining, onocb, B khUooh buy them oucoHmi you win s &'-> Hats, Dress Goods, H jSo,Day4Tcrrj(Io. (Sott0oftbaieb J^l^oucmbcr *'903* I Lis, J Jihnstin, Day & Terry Co. I VOLUME 42. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2971907. ~ NIT^E^T | NATIONAL AFFAIRS. An IntfercMtiiiK Budget of News From Tlio NatioiTft Capital. {front oar regular correspondent.) Washington, I). C., Aug. 27.? Interest naturally has been centered for the week on Secretary Tuft's speech, which was looked for to give the key note of his presidential campaign, it tint tins very effectually, and told the politicians what they feared already, that the prograin of Mr. Taft, if nominated and elected, and there is very little, doubt of the election if he ee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 August 1907

> BEANS AS FOOD. Have < rent Value?Will Figure III ore as Meat Figures IjCSN :?s 11 l>ict. PRODUCTION WILL BE LARGE. This country raised 5,004,844 bushels of beans in 1000 and devoted 453,857 acres to their oultivulion. That is at the rato of a little over eleven bushels to the acre, or a little less than the average yield for wheat the country over. New York raises more beans than any other State except Michigan, and California is third iu the list. Roughly speaking, New York's beau belt is the western half of the State. Here, as in Michigan, beans have partly taken the place of whoat as a staple crop. They have proved more remunerr-ave and they have the add? nal recommendation of improv ng the fertility of the soil through their inability to gather nitrogen from the air. As a paper prepared by L. C. Corbett for the Department of Agriculture remarks, it is the bean's peculiar distinction to provido food for both man and beast, aud at the same time i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 August 1907

4 HtW MARRIAGES ARE MADE. The polite fiction obtains that marriaures are made iu heaven. This romantic viewpoint is par-1 ticularly popular in America, where it is held to be highly improper for parents to make any move toward securing good husbands for their daughters, and immodest for girls to manifest any interest in the subject themselves. Tho conventional theory is that tho matter is ou the knees of the gods, and that in due season husbands will be provided like rnannu in tho wilderness for sustenance of the faithful. Unfortunately this miracle does not always come off for every womau. The supply of manna gives out. There are not enough husbands to go around, and these are uueveuly divided. Some women got throe or four, while others getnoue; but neither the old maids nor their parents realize that the reason that they did not share in the dispensation was their own fault, bocause they did not put themselves, as old-fashioned Methodists used to say, in an attitude to receive tho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 August 1907

I Jtalctn iiutcs-^cf H PUBLISHED EVKUY TI1UB81 S Salem Printing and I C. D. DRNH W. W. McCLUNU. It Subseripti< Ouo Year .... . Nine Months . . . Hi x Month* Three Months j? PHONE DEMOCRATIC TICKET ELECTION, NOVEMBER 5, 1907. Nominees for District anil County Officers. For the Senate: JOHN M. HART, of Roanoke. For House of Delegate#: HON. A. M. BOWMAN, of Salem. For County Treasurer: GEORGE M. M U 8 E. For SlierifT: C. L. H A TC H E R. IFor Commonwealth's Attorney: U. W. KIM E. TESTING THE NEW LAW. In some quarters there seems to be # the most virulent opposition to the act of the last legislature conferring upon the c rcuit courts the authority to appoint Commissioners of the lie venue for the various counties and cities of this state, instead of electing them by popular vote, as liad hitherto been the custom. This attitude of people in Culpeper county culminated a few days ago by serving notice and petition upon Judge (?i imaley, of that judicial circuit, prohibiting him...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 August 1907

a Times-Register and Sentinel PUKLISilKD BVKRY THURSDAY. ?f. - i ii i 11 im hi mi? 11 i1 i \ Buy Hair \ at Auction? | At any rate, you seem to be 2 getting rid of it on auction-sale 8 principles: "going, going, 5 g-o-n-e !" Stop the auction 1 3 with Aycr's Ilair Vigor. It U certainly checks failing hair; h no mistake about this. It acts 3 as a regular medicine; makes g the scalp healthy. Then you 8 must have healthy hair, for 8 it's nature's way. 8 Tho boat kind cf a testimonial ? M ' "Sold for over sixty years." MHHMOMnMOmSMrnMiiimatwMNii ' a Ii^ui hr J. u. ty?r Co., Low?l', Him. ^1 Also manufacturers or ~ ^ SARSAPARILLA. A U CHEKRV PECTORAL. CANDIDATES' ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR SHERIFF. 1 hereby auuounce iuyR?lf aomdiate for re-election to the ofllce of Sheriff of Roanoke county, which office the voters of this county have honored me with for the past sixteen yearn?auci I have uniformly exerted myself at all times during these years to perform the duties of the ofllce honestly and impar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 August 1907

I TWINS MARRY TWINS. Vrsvatw Siunui Cotlo X???mNm1 to (Distinguish Them. ? ltaltimorc, Aug. ~'G.?K. K. \ Caudtll, of Camiell City, Ky., in stopping at the Hotel Condon. Ilis brother, .J. T. Caudill, uIro of Cannel City, is stopping at the same hotel. Send up a card to one, and if the other respond# it will not make the slightest difference. It is difficult to understand how any one, oven their own mother?for they are twins?could distinguish them, so niarvelously alike are they. Mrs. 11. K. Caudill is ;tnrminit ? ? -- r- r at the Hotel Condon, aid so is Mrs. J. T. Caudill, and all that lias been said of their husbauds applies to the two ladies. They are twin sisters, and, if possible, more] alike thau their hu*baudw The possibilities they suggest of a modern vor?iou of bhatcespeare's "Comedy of Errors" are vast. The twin brothers accentuate the likeness between them by dressing exactly alike, even to the most insignificant detail, and so do the twin sisters. It is said that when the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 August 1907

Often The Kidneys Are Weakened by Over-Work. Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. It used to be considered that only urinary and bladder tronbles were to be s A traced to the kidneys, nkJBL but now modern H science proves that JjTyyV) \^SVBp nearly all diseases KwLiAy^|Cr have their beginning IKfS' ill 'n disorder ot [TV "7/j) | these most P 'oortant iTVWmf'l I organs. / LJj The kidneys filter -,/sl "Hr*1 and purify the blood? - - X) that is their work. Therefore, when your kidneysore weak or out of order, you can understand how quickly your entire hotly is affected and how every organ seems to fail to do its duty. If you are sick or " feel badly," begin taking the great kidney remedy, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, because as soon as your kidneys are well tlicy will help all the other organs to health. A trial will convince anyone. If you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney re...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 29 August 1907

I BEAUTIFUL DISPLAY.} I Kthiltiis of Pottery ami China I at r lio <) tiini'Kto\v ii i C\position. I PRINCIPALLY MADE IN AMERICA Expositions are good things. Expositions serve great ends. A fact which makes these statements certain truths is that expositions reveal to our wonderiug minds the vast resources of our owu lau<i. Of course I know that the United States produced some pottery and some china, hut it remained for me to visit the Jamestown Exposition to discover that, both front an artistic and commercial standpoint, this country competes most favorably with the Orient. As a mn't- r oi ict, nowvvo:\ it, uas bvvlii c\ nt fact since the time of the I'uris Exposition that in tbe matter of pottery America excels, as the R?>?kwood won the "grand prlx" at that time in competition with all of I the old pott Ties of the world, I some of thern hundreds of years old, and the Rock wood then only twenty yours on the market. It may ho that this fact has resu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 5 September 1907

ONLY A FEW IEFT0F THOSE FINE | ^ if ^ ]? 1 A FDH 80(1 COOiPlBtB LjllO Of ? - asss?- SatIrm mwt& lUaisxcr _r?. h ROYAL PATENT FRUIT JARS ^ ; Ll?l? Ksoiuiue them before you buy. | S" ItUlllnKS. lied Spreads. They coiue <11 pints, quart* auil half , ^ Towels, Hailliisks fSAliiMia Buy ttieui once and you will 1 a bb A W una no other. fa /TT> tf C /** A &. / Hp A Ao ,- A fi at r saving to the purchaser. Our Mosiijiajikift. ?"-*"* 'iii7rrft i * PHONE 24. * J J VOLUME 42. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1907. NUMBER 15 \ HAtlDNAL ArfAIRS. An TntoreNtlUK Bu<t|;ct of NewB From The Nation's Capital. TARIFF REvisioN DFPENDS. (From our rcgulsr correspondent.) Washington, 1). C., Sept. 3.? Whether there is tariff revision or not at the coming session of Congress will depend on whether or not President Roosevelt can control the stand-pat element of the Republican party. lie is under pledge to Gernmnv to ilo BO if lin null mn! &a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 5 September 1907

' ? 2 When Father lias Tlic (Jrip. Poor mother wears a worried look. Arid sister wears a frown; Ami if 1 venture up the stairs Tliev send me straightway down. I'm goiug to the drug store uo*. Upon a hurried trip. To get some other kiud of dope, For father has the grip. 1 heard him groaning in the night, He said his head would split; And tlieu he thought his back would + break lu just a little hit. He told us that his legs were sore, And soon it was his hip; It. seems that everything is siek. When fattier h*s the grip. The doctor caiue today and left Some capsules, aud he said To take one each three hours until The pain had really fled. Says pa, "That meaus twelve hours until 1 give this pain the slip; Pll bet. he'd find a faster dope If he had got the grip." Aud then he told ma that ho thought That he was going to die; And ma says no, that isn't so, And gave the reasou why. Then pa got mad and told her that He didn't want her lip, Oh, there's no comfort in our flat When father has t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 5 September 1907

i / W. C. L U. COLUMN ornciius nalkn w. r. t. c. < President.?Mrs. Mlmtih llobbs Day. Vtee-Prestdi-uts.?m m. i,. M. Lee, Mrs. a. N. UIUWII, IHIR. .MIIIII nirillilTRVr, PITH. I%? IV Moow, Mrs. W. II. ltoblnson. tteoordloi Secretary.?Miss Mary Strickland. CorrespendlitK Secretary.?Mrs. W. ||. Whltescarvor. Treasurer.?Mr*, w. |?. Dillard. RiankoiLsm au<l Almshouse.? Mrs. C. E. Obenobaln. Florence Crlttenton Home. ? Mrs. E. H. Moore. Modal Cou teats.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. Flower Mission.?Mrs. W. II. Whltesearver. Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. U. F. Moyor. Social Meetings and Ited Letter Day.?Miss Maggie Whltesell. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. Literature?Mrs. F. S. Campbell. FThK TimKS-UboISTSK AM) SSSTINICI., at their request. has placed a column at the dispr*a1 of the earnest and faithful women of th?* W. O T. Uniou who will have entire chart;* of It, and he r?'poasibl? for all matter therein It prnnr ea to be ah interesting feature of the paper and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 5 September 1907

1 F17IILI8HBD KVEKY T11ITR8 Saiem Printing and C. l?. I?KN I w. \v. McCLCNO. I Subscripti Quo Year ... . N>ue Months . .... Six Mouths ...... Three Mouths ; . - PHON t DEMOCRATIC TICKET ELECTION, NOVEMBER 5, 1907. Nominees lor District and County Oftiuers. For the Senate: JOHN M. HART, of Roanoke. For House of Delegates: HON. A. M. BOWMAN, of Salem. For County Treasurer: GEORGE M. MUSE. For Sheriff: C. L. HATCH E R. For Common wealth's Attorney: R. W. KIM E. AN UNFORTUNATE MUDDLE. The opeu rupture between the State Board of Agriculture and Commissioner Koiner, resulting in the publication a few days ago of charges and counter charges, is a most unfortunate one, and will neces sarily tiave the effect of minimizing the usefulness of the department to the people, unless the breach?now 1 apparently wide?can be speedily healed. In the statement given out to the public by members of the Hoard there arc many misdeeds and shortcomings charged against Commissioner Koiner, but noth...

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