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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 18 October 1901

THE WAY OFMSTRIJCT ION Dr. Talmage Tells of the Pitfalls for the Unwary in the Great Cities. The Third Watch of thc Ni^hf-A Drama lo FItc Acts. ' iCoprrimht, 1901. j WASHINGTON, I). C.?In this discourse Tl". Talmage describes some of the scenes to bo witnessed late ot night in the great eil cs and warns the unwary ol' many peri!?; text, Isaiah xxl, ll, "Watchman, what of the night?" When night came down on Babylon. Nineveh and Jerusalem, they needed e..refill watching, otherwise thc incen? diary's torch might have been thrust into the very Marl of the metropolitan solen doe, or enemies, marching from the hills, might have forced the gates. All night long, on top of thc wall and in front of the gutcs, might bc heard the measured slep of the watchman on his solitary beat; silence Mag in air, save as some passer? by raised the question, "Watchman, what oi Ihe night?" It is to me a deeply suggestive and lol* nnn thing to see a man rt.w_.ig guard Ky night. It thrilled through me as at th...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 25 October 1901

HIGHLAND RECORDER vdt., xxm. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., OCTOBER 25.1901. NO. 43. F SHOWS NO SIGN WU COLLAPSE Mrs. Mary Witmer ls a Woman of Iron Nerve. ARSENIC IN HER SISTER'S BODY. Despite the Terrible Charges Against tier, She Retains Her Sto!cism and Maintains Her Composure-The Attempts lo Get Her to Convict Hersch' of Any of the Murders Charged >ya!nst H.r Prove Futile. Dayton, O. (Special).?Mrs. Mary Belle Witwer, thc alleged murderer of 14 persons, retains a stoicism which amazes the authorities and quite discon? certs her attorney. She has maintained her composure from the beginning. Only once Fas she given way to tears, and that was when visited bv her stepson, whose father, Frank D. Witwer, her fifth and last husband, is said to have died from poison which she administered. Young Witwer offered to bring the prisoner any delicacies she might wish, and reminded her that she had always been a kind mother to him. Aside from this thc woman has kept up an indiffer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 25 October 1901

Highland Recorder, Ttr ins, $1.00 a Year in Advance. I?? .e . ft .v Fri .av t \-rtlinpbY X _vrTOT. _fiw2T__5 7"?:?:"_?_._ a_Xfi**. Enleied at the Monterey postoflice at> second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Oct. [fl 10(. More About the C. \V. Railroad, In thc Staunton Spectator of thc 18th mst. mny be found the follow? ing encouraging article, which re? lates the di rings of the U. W. com? pany, past ami present, and what it hope* to do in future: "Last week the C. VV. Railway plne^fi ou record ill Rockingham und this county ?. mortgage upon its line fruin Elk toil tu North Uiver Gnp, for about ?1,400.000. Tilla is the usual course in build? ing railroads, anti lias no indepen? dent .significance. Thc road wi.'l be bonded at (85,000 p tr mile and if continued to the coal field of West Virginia, as seems now most probable, will, when it reaches then*, be worth not le.s than $75, ?00 per mile. It is estimated that the road can be built to the Q au lev riyer or KIk ri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 25 October 1901

r..,, I _.??,. FEHNONAL B?ief Items of Int .rest to Hom Folk* About Their Friends And Af([ .'.rntanuw. .'__ few bushels of corn tu .en Ol ^subscription. ) Mr. C. D. London, the insuranc man, in with ns again. Messers. George litre and Boyi McLaughlin were op Tue.-day Mr. and Mrs. J ufa ri Kramer ti Crabbottom were in (own Monday Miss Lina Rexrode is j.svistiiij Mrs Crummett in dre&fl making. Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! just receiv ed and priced verv low, Cull in and ex..' *.ie L. A. Orndorff. Mrs. Frank Anderson, Misses Margie Hoggs and Carrie Cauipbel of Franklin, visit-d friends ben the first of the week. Look nt the new waist and skirl goods at BisliopV before boy rn jj elsewhere. ..,.. Miss Susan Turner formerly ol this county, and Mr .Milton Si'ike ?f Dunmore, were united in niarri' age nt Martini;!on, recent Iv, bv Key. Wm.T. Price. Mr. W. H. Vance of McDowell neighborhood brought'? his cattle in from the Alleghuuv Monday. This week we are receiving si verv handsome mu! c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 25 October 1901

THE PERSUASIVE WORD. Rev. Dr. Talmage Says It Calls All People to Gladness. What We Most Need?The Star of Faith There ls Pardon For All. I Copyright, IS.1.1 Warttinoton. D. Q.?In this discourse Dr. Talmage calls nil people to gladness nnd opens all the doors of expectancy; texts. Genesis vi, 18, "Come;" lievelation xxii. 17. "Come." Imperial, tender and nil -persuasive is the word "come." Pix hundred and sev? enty-eight times is it found in the Scrip? tures. It stands at the front gate of thc Bible, as in mv first text, inviting ante? diluvians into Koah', ark. and it stands nt the other cate of thc Bible, as in my second text, inviting the postdfluriani of all later aees into the ark of a Saviour's roprcy. "Come" is only a word of four letters, hut it is the queen of words, and nearly thc entire nation of English vo? cabulary bows to its sceptre. Tt is an ocean into which empties ten thousand rivers of meaning. Other words drive, but this beckons. All moods of feeling hath that wor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 1 November 1901

RECORDER vol. xxiir. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND OOUNTf, VA.. NOVEMBER i. 1901. NO. 44. IT BURNING SAMAR TOWNS. fccent Demonstrations on the Island Due to Lack of Food. Insurgent leader surrenders. fThc Government Only Doles Out Rice Enough for One Meal?Negotiation * lu Progress for the Surrender of Msxilet?Thirty-five fnsurgeats Killed in a Fight With Con? stabulary Near Pass!. Manila (By Cable).?Thc constabu? lary report a fight with insurgents near Passi, Province of Uoilo, Island of Pa? rlay, in which 25 insurgents were killed and three captured, together with a quantity of anns and ammunition. Tbe news from General Hughes re? garding conditions in thc Island of Cebu is encouraging. Lorega has surrender? ed with his entire force and one cannon i>nd several rifles, while General Hughes is negotiating for the surrender of Maxi lot, who styles himself "Governor Po? litico Militar." His surrender will mean the pacification of the province. Lack of food and thc harassing ef? fects ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 1 November 1901

I r ns, ft 1 (Mi i \ enr in Adyancp. Issued every F rid av treningbv W. HI. MA THENY, ?c:to^ _?._.7-- r -_ri3x_Tsi-ia_?. Entfciec* st the Ni.-' i rey postoffice as second class matter. Monterey. Va., Friday, Nov. 1, 1001 \^____r^_. _ Poetry. To Booker T. s:;ya Teddy? "Onrd .mer i* now ready.' And that was all. The November ' New" Lippincott. November's issue of the "New" Lippincott Magazine cont;.ins a 'novel begun and ended in this ii nm her ? written by a member of New York's "four hundred,11 Ian belle D, Cameron, tne youngest daughter of thc Into Sir Roderic. Cameron, of Scotland. Mir perfejl knowledge of Ihe social paths, in which she lead, her l*brain chil* dren" in 'One Woman1* Life" and lier spicy plot make a fascinating ?tory. The heroine is a yoting] American widow with an aptitude for enjoying herself. Flirtations, yatching, und love-making at >? rather fast pace she indulges in. though she does not live clown to the advice she bestows upon a young ?{ir! friend,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 1 November 1901

Highland Recrodek LOCALNEWS. PENNONAL T Brief Items of Interest 4o Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. For collorettes at Mrs. Trimble's. Mr John Cobb lias gone to West a. Mr Wash Carrol of Bath called I ul subscribed Tuesday. jMr W II Lightner unacto ns a * ' agreeable call Tuesday. Master Berlin Orunimett has entered the Highland High School. Dei). Treasurer Andrew Rever comb was at the capita! Monday. Misses Lelia and Margaret Dudlev were over Monday shopping. Mr Frank Gardner has gone to Staunton. Mr George Harper and daughter were in town Wednesday. For the two subscribers we lost last week we gained seven. Any kind of a trunk you want nt Trimble & Lunsford's. Messers. Day id and Henderson Lockridge of the Bu 11 past ure were op recently. Mrs Collingwood Dickenson was in town doing some shopping not long since. Mr S. S. Way bright, of Crabbot? tom was (.yer last week. Mrs Una Waggoner of Strait Creek visited our merchants re? cently. Dr B ll Atkinson f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 1 November 1901

Why .<? Renew ed His Youth. "Why, Brother Dickey, I hardly knew you, you're looking so young and spry! What's up now?" "Well, suh, I's studyin' 'bout gittin* married ergin?dat's all." "Getting married?" ''Yes, suh, I made de 'quaintance er a young gai t'er day, en' she 'lowed dat ef I'd shave of! my gray whiskers, cn' chop off dc hair what on my head, en' stop limpin' wid de rheumatism, en' wear cloze what come out de sto', en' smoke s-c-gars, 'stickler pipe, en' stop preachin' 'gin dancia', en' secure my life in her favor fer one hundred dollars, she'd marry me. Dat's how come I look so young!" I>o:iI'h for Anonymous Tel ter Write!.. Don't fail to tell the editor you are g^ ing to quit taking hi3 paper. Don't neglect to say you "know whereof you speak." Don't forget to declare that you ex? pect he "will be too cowardly to print this." Don't waste time trying to disguise your handwriting. Nobody will bother over it. Don't let your conscience trouble you afterwa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 8 November 1901

GHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXIII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. NOVEMBER 8, 1901. NO. 45. BRITISH FORCES LOSE HEAVILY Rfty-Fcnr .Men Killed and One Hundrec and Sixty Wounded. ATTACK MADE DURING HEAVY MIST A Terrific Engagement Near Bethel in Whict Cot. Benson. Commanding (be British Force, Is Mortally Wounded?Other Prominent Officers Among Tbos; V, ho Fe I?Boers Re? ported to Have L'cea a Thousand Stroag. London (By Cable).?The Rustenburg column, under Col. G. Benson, has met with a serious reverse in the south-east? ern part of the Transvaal, in the area of Commandant General Botha's operations. Colonel Benson and eight other offi? cer* were killed and 13 officers were Wounded, besides 58 non-commissioned Officers and men killed and 156 wounded. The war office issued two dispatches from General Kitchener, dated Pretoria, November 1, thc first of which states that a severe attack was made on thc re.tr girard of Benson's column about 20 miles northeast of Bethel, near Braken laa^te, duri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 8 November 1901

M Ki filani) Recorder Ti rina, $1.00 a Year in Advance. I?*ued excrv Friday rveninEbv W. K. MATHENY, Entered nt the V?%nli-rcy postoffice as second clam matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Nov. 8, 190 Mr Roosevelt, ron ti ii nea to ap point southern democrats to office He has a ''strenuous" belief in th efficacy ol' pie. -?-? *---, Secretary Lons: wants $20,000, OOO extra for the Navy. Oh. i won't take long, lint it will talc Long to use up that little stir plas ? ????? It is not surprising Dint some n Mr. Fvoosevelts party doubt his re publican ism. Ht has ann mured hi intention of appointing only.-g-ooi men for office. How many persons ore waiting watching and longing fur Judgt Paul's place? Some were so Rage that they could not wait until tin place was made yacant hy death before commencing the wire work iny; business, Some newspapers were so thoughtless, so heartless that they discussed the merits of tin different aspirants, while the wife, tlie children and frion ls surround? ed tli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 8 November 1901

Highland Reci _LOCAL NEWS. PEB80NAL Rrltf Items of Interest to Hom Folk8 About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Dr. G. M. Jordan of Frost is i t mn. Miss Lucy Sutton spent a whil il town recently. Mr. Robt. Trimble made a luis ness (rip to Staunton this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Echar spent several days with Mrs Edi ari's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A ?Smith. Mr an 1 Mrs Levi Jack and chil dren of Headwaters spent Fridu night with relatives here. Mr. Will Trimble bas Meei, en piged in shipping cattle for Col ]). V. Rucktnau, which hai kep lum on the go for several weeks. Mr. John J. Lockridge i-; anothe one who says lie would not d< without his < minty paper. Ile be lieves in paying for it as he goe too. Lisk's nnti-rusHng tinware al C S. Waybrighl & Co's. Every piec guaranteed. For sale. ?A second-hand buggy in Rood running order. Apply af thia office for tie baronin. 2 Mrs Janies Trimble is spendiiij the week v- it I: rei;;'ives near Frank lin. Mrs....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 8 November 1901

GOOD OR EVIL RETURNS Dr. Talinage Says Actioas May Make rt* Circuit of Many Yean?. Hut They Will Surely Come Back to Us (o Bless or Blast Our Livei lOoprr1?rt?t, lWl.j Washikoton. D. C.-In this discourse Dr. lalmage shows that tlie good or evil wc do returns io bless or blast na: text, Isaiah xi, 22, "It is Ile that aittcth upon tho circle of the earth." While yet people thought that the wor.d -ra* flat and thousands of years ba? lure they found out that it was round Isaiah, in my text, intimated the shape <tf it?Got sitting upon the circle of thc ?*arth. The most beautiful figure in all ICOmttry is the circle. God made the uni ti i se ?n a plan of the circle. Thara are in the natural world straight lu.es, angle*, parallelograms, diagonals, quadrangles, but these evidently are nos Uods tarontea. Almost everywhere Where you And Him geometrizing voil find the circle dominant, and if not the circle thou tlie curve, which is a circle that died young. If it had lived long enou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 15 November 1901

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXIII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. NOVEMBER 15,1901. NO. lo. USED THE SHERIFF AS A SHIELD Escaped Convicts in Kansas Capture Their Pursuer. POSSE WERE FINALLY ELUDED. - Ar .?9 Seized by Men Trying to Gain Liberty? farmer Wocstrr Wounded?Fruitless Effort to Rcg.Vn Custody of Two Prisoners VMio Had Been Contiiied at lort Leavenworth? Mrs. Wooster Tainted During Excitement. Topeka, Kan., (Special). -- Sheriff Cook and Deputy Sheriff Williams, of Shawnee county, were captured at Pau? line, five miles from Topeka, by two es? caped convicts from the Fort Leaven worth Military Prison and held prison? ers for several hours in the farmhouse of a man named Wooster. The convicts escaped through a line of l?olice sent from Topeka to reinforce the Sheriff. Roth were slightly wounded. Wooster was badly wounded by one of the convicts when bc tried to fire on them. Mrs. Wooster and Sheriff Cook were held before the convicts as a shield to make their escape. At 2.30 o'cloc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 15 November 1901

illUHCAND >;: .fine, $1.00 a Yearin A I usa e. every Frld*. erenina bv VV. TrC. I\ T/" thent; :---? rr . .. . tteied at thc M second < lass matter, ' interey, Va., Friday N i Small But I Highland, ono of th. smalle comities in the State, Ima perhaj ?? smallest Sheriff e\ t eh ? ce in the Old Dominion, lr .very square inch of his di mil anatomy has the reqnisil. qi of "grit," and what In lacks ?.. i rd ti ] ?? balanci .v a reputation ulong that line. [n fact to this reputation ! owe? hU success in carrying out ii mandates of the law, and when ) roaches np and taps h trauej on Ihe shoulder mid :??;.-. "Yon a my prisoner,1 . said trans; rarely ever "dis lt was this sam* who, loss than a year "speak-easy'1 on the Virginia bo der in tue silen. wa ??' a ce tain dark night, chop trance through the rc:>. ' along a fifty-foot pa.saj or i linoel, and . I i a erei to the West fugitive's back, a id only the struggle w ? forced >i the "fair * se KKO . ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 15 November 1901

MMRMMtK RECKON roc j PERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Folk. About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr. Pori: Terry was M nd ny. Dr. 0 J Campbell's little son ia improving. Mr. L. P. blackwell was iu town Friday, last. Bolar lots are Belling and re-sell* j ii g, and cakes at Orndoi f Mest ? -? Adam and Steph? enson were over Sunday. Mrs V F llarouff of Back Creek was up Saturday slioppinj Mrs-- VV. R. Rodgers and son Rus? sel, visited friends in to i ri W day. Mrs \V. R. Siron's condition, we learn,-remains unchanged. She if yet yery ill. I have on hand n mun be. of large size boots mid shoes for mon (from 0 to li's) which I will cheap for nash. L A Orndorff. W. El. Rymer of North Fork, Pendleton county, the Re. iew says has a \i>ai';:. that v 1200 poi ? (ii Mci 1 imp bell, Esq., r< i ved news that it was thought his son Prentis taking fever. Prentiss is al school at Front Roy Oysteri ':'? -1 k .- Mrs. Dai.) Slaven w il! serve oi sters in thu post-office...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 15 November 1901

Co s " I bad a terrible cold and could hardly breathe. I then tried Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and it gave me im? mediate relief." W. C. Layton, Sidell, 111. How will your cough be tonight? Worse, prob? ably. For it's first a cold, then a cough, then bron-1 chitis or pneumonia, and j at last consumption, j Coughs always tend downv/ard. Stop this downward tendency by ] taking Ayer's Cherry Pec torah Three sixes: 25c, 50c, SI. All druggists. I Consult your doctor. If he says tako it, then do a', ho says. If he tcli.< you no' to take lt. then don't take lt. Ile kiioa _ Leave it with him. We are willing. J. C. AYEK CO.. Lowell, Mass. ? ' 'j ??'?? '??? ??I ?I A PERFECT LIQUID DENTIFRICE FOR THE TEETH ? H ALL & RUCK EL, New York Cannons and Thumlci-gtoi-m . The Weather Bureau has issued an? other broadside against the practice which has grown up in a number of Eu? ropean countries of bombarding the heavens to avert storms and carry them in another direction. Some of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 22 November 1901

J LAND RECORDER VOL. XXIII. -. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. NOVEMBER 22, 1901. NO. 47. BRIGANDS HAVE BEMICED RANSOM They Drop the Amount to $83,000 for Miss Store's Release. THEY CALL THEMSELVES PATRIOTS. There Is Na Longer Any Fear Regarding (ht Errands' Intentions Toward tbe Captives -Declare Themselves Patriots Performing an Obnoxious Task in the Interest of a "ffoiy Cause"?Kidnappers Are Peasant?. Sofia. Bulgaria, (By Cable).?The brigand* who captured Miss Ellen M. Stone and Madame Tsillca have reduced thc amount of ransom demanded to .20, 000 Turkish (about $88,000.) They had preciously demanded $110,000. Coincident with this news is the inf or? iana tion that the leaders of the band, if j convinced that this is more than Consul j Dickinson will give, would accept I15, I OOO (about $.6,000). Even this sum is greatly beyond the cash at Mr. Dickin? son's disposal. Therefore, unless thc captors 01 ihe missionary further abate their demands there is no hope of an im? mediate set...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 22 November 1901

*i|UHfjANl> llECOHPEK. Te*ina, $L00 ? Year in Advance. l??n*d ey erv FW..*v troting bv W- m%, M A T __CEM"5r, pa?Toi? ^wr: r"TT___Tfyit 8. Ui ed a| the M uni*, rey postoflice a* aacond cla? matter. Monterey, Va.. Friday, Nov.*., 1901 Gigantic Company Forget!, Trenton. N. J., Noy. 1.,-The Northern Securitie Company, capi? tal $400.(H:0,000 wns incorporated ut poon today, the company is formed to nea (liff and deal in stock, mid securities of corporation*. The fill* ing fee of 980,000 wa* paid. th. check coining from J. Pierpont Morgan & CV, who are understood to he iden? tified with the company. The incor n.rwtors: George F. leaker. Jr.. jfo.228 Mud ison avenue. New York; Richtfrd Trimble, No. 58 Bast 25th street. New York, anet Abram M. Hyatt, of Allenhurst, N. J. - To U^ate at harrisonburg. The Plano Mfg. of Chicago, iniuu.faeturers of the celebrated plano harvesters, has decided to jnake flarrisonbu'g a di-tribnting point for Virginia. S. E. Berry Esq. wjlj ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 22 November 1901

Highland Keckodek LOC ALN^E\V8. PElLSOiNAL Brief Items of Interest to Home | Folks About Tlieir Friends And Acquaintances. Mr George Lockridge spent Monday night ill town. Mr. Ed. beverage of Valley Cen? ter was up oue day this week. A full line of men's and boy's caps at Orndorffs. Attorney James Light lier of Bath was here Wednesday. Mr Seymore Judy and wife of Petersburg, \V. Va. visited J. M. Colaw. Esq. Monday. Bishop can now offer the trade the largest lot of Siinond Saws. King and Imperial heaters in town. Prices al wavs right at Hishop's. Mr D C Ralston's brother, who bas been living in Maryland, for 20 years, is visiting lom and his brother in Pocahontas county. Hdn. C. P J'ones is absent this \vtel{j-attending a meeting of the Boam of Visitors of the Universi? ty of Va. The- br st. understand, the best shoes for Indies and gentlemen, at J. A. Whitelaw's. He Had a Fit?If yon buy your clothing at Whitelaw's you will have a fit too. Mrs. Daisy Slaven will servo oysters eyerv ...

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