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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 13 March 1896

for Infants and Children. ^*mmm*W*T*^*W*m*m*m*mWM*m**Mm*mmm*mmmmW*^*^*****e THIRTY yearV observation of Castorla -with tho patronage of mllliorf of persons, permit na to ?peak of It withont gnesslng. It la nnqnestlonaDly tho boat remedy for Infants and Children 1 the world Ha? ever known. It 1? harmless. Chlldrea like It. It i?-?-?~ ~ * gives them health. It will isto thoir Uvea. In It Mother* hags '?wagjMggj whloh la oTjBolntely aafe and practically perfect as a child** medicine. Castorla destroys Wonna Caatorla allayn TeTTishnesa. Caatorla prevents vomiting Sonr Card. Caatorla cures Plarrhoaa and 'Wind Collo. Caatorla relicvea Teething Tronbles. Caatorla onres Constipation and Flatnlency. Caatorla nontrallxos tho effects of cnrhonlo acid e?? or poiaonone air. Caatorla doea not contain morphine, oplnm, or ether narcotic property. Caatorla ?jfsifattflate?' the food, rognlates tho stomach and bowels, giving healthy and natural nleep. Castorla la pnt up In one-she hottlea only. It Is ...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 13 March 1896

THE TIMES. HYKKY HORSING, BXGBPT MONDAY KOANOK3 PUI1L1SUING CO., rabUsaen and Proprio to re, TIM GS BUILDING, 131 OAMPBBLL AV3NUB 8. W. T31iMS BY MAIL (Postage Prepaid), 'ally, one month. ?-59 " three months. l.OQ " sir months. ?-00 one year. In advance .... 8.00 undsy Bdltlon, one year .... 1.00 Tarn Timus Is a memoer of tho Associated rross?the greatest news-collecting essoclatlon In the world?and receives over a special wire the toll telegraphic news service of the Associated Pros s?the same news from all ovor the United ?Ute? and the world that Is simultaneously re eelyed by the great dallies ot New Tors, Philadel? phia and Baltimore._ MARCH. S M T W T F S 1*34607 8 O lO 11 IS 18 14 18 16 17 18 lO 80 81 83 83 84 85 80 87 88 80 30 31 . McKini.kv's friends have secured ac? commodations at St. Louis during the session of the National Republican con? vention for fifteen hundred people. They have also captured the delegations from several Southern States. Morton may have a barrel ot ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 13 March 1896

THE WOOL DRESS GOODS FOR SPRING WERE NEVER PRETTIER Designs were never more unique or pleasing. Colors are soft, winning, and values are down as never before. Can you tell what magic it is that brings you such excellent fabrics as those described be? low for so little money ? All-wool 36-inch Dress Goods, only 25c yard. Wool Plaids for Wai ts at 25c per yard. Silk and wool, small checks; they would be cheap at 50c, our price only 375^ c. Silk and wool Novelty Dress Goods; sold every where at 75c, we only ask 60c, they are. per? fect beauties. High class Novelty Dress Goods at $1 per yard; price them elsewhere and you will be told $i.37^? BLACK DRESS GOODS In profusion, such as Serges, Henriettas, Mohairs in plain and fancy black, and fif ty dif? ferent styles of fancy blacks. Agents for the celebrated Gold Medal Plush Goods; every yard guaranteed. NEWS AT THE SILK DE? PARTMENT. News of bright pretty silks, in colors and patterns that will capture the good dressers of our city by sto...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 13 March 1896

What's the Use of Waiting ? "Thoy " say "all things como to him who waits," but wo hnvo not boon waiting, and wo don't proposo to wait. "\Vo KNOW our prices aro right, our work A-l, and if you don't bring us work wo will oomo alter it, in oim way or another, either by bringing to your notice our priced, facilities and quality oi execution, or personal interviews. Wo are not grumbling ; far from it. We've had our shnro; wo aro still goUing our shnro. But wo have placed at your disposal a modern, and almost ideal, printing establishment, with such facilities as to command admiration from nil ith whom we have business intorcourso. "Wo aro not waiting; haven't timo to wait All Up-to-Date Printing Office. One of the vows tho writer mado when he was ?'dovil" in a country printing offico was, in oftect, that if ho ever owned or man? aged a printing establishment, it would bo kept clean, at least by comparison. At that timo ho hardly felt tho forco of tho vow, for he has learned after years...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 13 March 1896

K |pk- ?vyr just BEEN to THE STORE ^^e: 10 CENTS ? The ij^^sl^f^^e of .good tobacco ever sold for 10 cents The 5 cent piece is nearly large as you vget of pther high trades for 10 cents STREET AND HOUSE GOWNS How to Keep the Clnthcn In Good CourtI' ditirn Without Much Trouble. In ordor t o koop out of door costumos fresh and in good condition it is necessary to glvo tiioni regular nttontion. A woll fit? ting gown of moderate cost, Wallenrod for, looks moro clogant than tho most oxpon slvnonoif tho latter Is tumbled and soiled. Tho out of door dress should iio taken of! as soon ns tlio woaror ontors tho houso and should bo hung up to nlr nt onco. After it Is dry from nil dnmpnoss It should bo shaken and thoroughly brushed and ro* pairs mode in tho skirt binding if thoro aro any worn or rlppod places. It should then bo placed on n oont linngor and put) away in n closot. Coat hnngors nro now very cheap and aro of tho greatest assist - anco in keeping gnrmonts unwrlukled. Hats and bonne...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 13 March 1896

Ladies! Here is a Shoe made of the bast kid. Laced or liultonad. I is l*li?ul?, ?J?rn for table* Styiish and l>urnl?lc, XX Century Tnllor-Madc. Thought hath couceived nothing newer, skill ctm produce nothing . finer. Into the window, It you are In a hurry. Shall he pleased to have you call, >on wi'l And we are not a "Stuck np" house, neither are wo a "Cheap Store " Upon the principle "elvo the Devil his duo" wo glvo tho DOLLAR DOUULR Its due. We want to meet eomo ladles wo harn't met yet. This shoe will intioducc us. We made tho SPECIAL PRICE $2, $2.5? an? $3. Roanokb Shoe Co., Tbe Spot Gash Money-Savers. ?fefferson St. and Salem Ave.,Itonnoke,Va. THE CORRECT THING IN Photos our "CARBONETTES" FHOTOGRAFHBB, 212 S. Jefferson St., RoanoKe. the mm m ROANOKE, AND THE BEST IN AMERICA FOR THE PRICES. ?11 the Delicacies of the Season Served at reasonable prices. Tho Table la always supplied with tlie beat that la to ho bad In tbe markets. SERVICE FIRST-CUSS. |3&amp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 14 March 1896

THE ROANOKE DAILY TIMES. >^yHKwAS&w, ROANOKE, YAM SATURDAY, MARCH 147l8U6. "Kft&fiRZ p TUB WBATHIB. Foreeaat for Virginia: Fair; weather, "?bt northerly winds. AS AfC ADVERTISEMENT Sometime a^o, we issued it memorandum tablet for ate od t< If phone*. If yoare Is used up, telephone for another, if yon never na(l one. a request over the 'phone will receive attention. Uar number \?%tt. I>oe? Your Roof liCiiki Bo&Dole Rooflng and Metal Cornice Co., Commerce St. and Franklin Bold. J. R. COLLING WOOD,-] Manager. - "Phone 138. ?4 Sterilized _1 ? Malt Extract Ib especially Indicated in conva leHoenoe, \ teal Debility of Nursing Motors, Lois of appetite and insomnia. A,TRUE SPRING TONIC. ?FOK BALE AT? CrT'l'lioni' 10:t. I'rompt Delivery. Ro?glio?MMa?rs Sterling Automatic Idr Stani It payB for itself, hb it in Air Tight, i)ust Proof and Does Not Spill. Citv or Koanokb, W.K.Thomas, Vihiiinia. City Clerk. Feb. 2J, 1890. Messrs...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 14 March 1896

PAINED CELERY COMPOUND. Mrs. J. A. Sample Owes Her Strength to This, the Best of All Remedies. For the unfortunates who He awake, ! ?taring at the colling and counting the strokes of the olcck, evory sleepless night is an eternity. Mrs- J. A. Sample, of 155S Broadway, New Yoric city, was allltctod with in? somnia until her nerves were on the verge of prostratlui. She thinks her condition was due to indigestion. Hero is what Mrs. Sample says: "I have used Paine'? celory compound with marked and decided bene?;. It is especially useful in insomnia, arising from indlgsBtion and poorly nourished nerves. "I should add that my granddaughter, Vera Hanelgh, was so thin and puny at the age of ten as to cause us the greatest anxiety. We had no difficulty in induc? ing her to take Paino'scelery compo'ucd To-day the roses bloom in hericneeks, and I never saw a healthier Btronger child than Paine's calery compound has made her." The brain is theydontro of the nervous system. Sleeo 'alone rests th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 14 March 1896

Look at Pearline through the wrong end of the glass, if you will; jP^po K. aw rnake aH its labor-saving, money # SP |\ saving qualities appear as small # . * * as you like ; cut them down one half;?and still there will be left a place for it in every home and an urgent call for it from every bright, progressive woman. It isn't necessary to exaggerate the virtues of Pearline. Perhaps that couldn't easily be done. But without telling of them all, there's enough to prove it the easiest, quickest, safest and most eco? nomical thing you can use, in all washing and cleaning. Peddlers and some unscrupulous grocers will tell you, ??M. ;? ?. ??~-< ?c " nr "the same as Pearline." IT'S Beware , ' this is as good as' \^ FALSE?Pearline is never peddled: if vour grocer sends you an imitation, be honest?sehd it back. 458 JAMES I'YLlT. New York. /Pond's Extract cures Colds, Catarrh, 3ore Throat. Inflammations and ALL PAIN. REV. CBAS. at. PARKHUR8T, the great reformer of New York_??Have u...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 14 March 1896

THE TIMES. HVBHY MO It NINO. EXCEPT MONDAY HOANOKB POBLI8BINQ OO., Publishers and Proprietor*, TIMBB 15UILD1NU. IB CAMPBELL A VSNUB 8. W. TERMS BT MAIL (Poetage Prepaid), felly, one month. *V5 " three mom he ..... wg " Six mouths. 3.? ?* oneyear, In advance .... J.WJ ondsy Bditioc, one year .... 1.00 Tata Timu ss a memoor ot the Associated maa?the greatest news-collecting aaaoclitlon In tbe world? and receives over a special wire the tall telegraphic news service ot the Associated Press?the aame news from all over the United ?Utes and the world that Is simultaneously re? ceived by the great dallies ot New Tora*, PMladel pbia ana Baltimore._ MARCH. 8 M T W T P 8 1 ? 3 4 O 6 7 8 9 10 11 IS 18 1* 15 16 17 18 ID 20 81 88 83 84 85 80 27 88 81? 30 ?1 . ._ The indications arc that when the war between Colonel Lamb and General Allen ends Lamb ?111 be on top. Allen Is a vigorous fighter, but the odda are against him,and sooner or later he will be reduced to the ranks of hlB party. The use of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 14 March 1896

New Spring Goods Arriving Daily... THE WOOL DRESS GOODS FOR SPRING WERE NEVER PRETTIER Designs were never more unique or pleasing. Colors are soft, winning, and values are down as never before. Can you tell what magic it is that jbrirgs yOU such excellent f*abtics as tho3e described be? low far so little money ? All-wool 36"in<* Dress Goods, cnly 25c J'ard. . Wool Plaidt for VYai ts at 25c per yard. Silk and wool, small checks; they would be cheap at 50c, our price only 37^c. Silk and wool Novelty Dre*? Goods; sold every where at 75c, we only ask 60c, they are per? fect beauties. High class Novelty Dress Goods at Je per yard; price them elsewhere and you will be told $1.37^. BLACK DRESS GOODS In profusion, such as Serges, Henriettas, Mohairs in plain and fancy black, and fifty dif? ferent styles of fancy blacks. Agents for the celebrated Gold Medal Plush Goods; every yard guaranteed. NEWS AT THE SILK DE? PARTMENT. News of bright pretty silks, in colors and patterns that w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 14 March 1896

What's the Use of Waiting ? ??They " say ??all thine* come to him who wait?,'* but we have not been waiting, and we den t propose to wait. Wo KNOW our prices am right, our work A-l, and if you don't bring us work wo will oomu alter it, in on* way or another, either by bringing to your nolico our prices, facilities and quality o2 execution, or personal interviews. Wo are not grumbling ; far from it. We've had our share; wo aro still gating our share. But we havo plaotni at your disposal a modern, and almost Ideal, printing establishment, with such facilities as to command admiration from all ith whom we have business intercourse. We are not waiting; havon't time to wail. An Up-to-Date Printing Office. One of the vows the writer made when ho was "devil" in a country printing office was, in effect, that if ho ever owned or man? aged a printing establishment, it would bo kept clean, at least by comparison. At that time ho hardly felt the force of tho vow, for he has learned after years ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 14 March 1896

to paint '^opul^^^t. The largest piece of .good tobacco eveir sold for 10 cents .and The 5 cent piece is nearly as large as you- ,get of other mgh grades for 10 cents A TALE OF A RING. How c Leap Year Girl Belsed Tlino by tho Very Forelock. At il o'clock lust Saturday ovoning Algernon stood at tho front door of the liouso of the girl ho loved, hut to whom ho dared not say tho word. For a long time ho had been spurring for points, but to the bashful these things do not appear in a clear light, even though they clearly exist. Ho had rung tho bell once, twice, thrice, bur thero had boon no auswor. Nervously ho stretched forth his hand to ring again when tho door was opened by thn one being in all tho world who mado his life worth living. "Why, Algernon," sho exclaimed, "if I had thought it was you I wouldn't havo kept you standing out in tho cold so long." He thought of how ho had been stand? ing out in tho cold and woudered when tho courage would coruo to him to go iu out of it. "You ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 14 March 1896

Ladies 1 Hero is a Shoo mado ( kid. Lacad cr Itattox iMlnoi*, Comforia?a'e, Si> 1 t-is mi<l Durable. IX X Century Tailor-Mj, Thought bath conceivt newer, skill can produ< Uoer, JLOOAvV*^^^> Into the window, It yon iiirry. Shrill be pleased to hare v > on wi'l und we are not a "Stu?is?', neither are we a "Cheap Upon the principle "give the D??e" we glre the DOLL&H IMUdue. We want to meet aomo ladi*u't met yot. This shoe will '? us. We mado tho SPECIAL PRICE *?1 tM* $2, $2.50 anil 3 Koanoke Shod., The Spot Cash Money-S rJefiVrnnii St. and Salem Aye., K e,V?. THE CORRECT THUN Photos ou "CARBONETB PHOTOGRAPHER, 212 S.Jefferson St., Inoke. T3RM0fT5 X,iver P.lls and ToiPellets, I fl?*a perfect Treatment for cdipation and biliousness. Jgy One pa dose. jersey~b?[ryc?T Milk, Butter, Cram, Ice-C?m and Dairy SuppllesDeliveredromptly to Any Part of tie city. BS^Pbone No. 38. VNDY J.I I'V'F. 1 8-ly auager. academy of music! YSffi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 15 March 1896

ROANOKE DAILY TIMES. ROANOKE, VA? SUNDAY, MARCH 15, 1896. "fttfSffi1^E? THB WBATBKB. 1 .F?!!?*"t r?r V,'????-?* K.lr; warine aoatheavterlr winds. I fes Your Roof leak? ( How Do You Know? I We Can Find That Us*. Nock? Rooflig and letal Gent* Co., tOenantevee St. and Ifrinklls Bend. ft. OOLLINGWOOD, - - Manager. -'Phone 828. ussian Cleaning S Fluid Will clean WOOLEN (ROODS {? ol^u kinds. Just the thing for coat collars, etc. ?KT A. IBOTTLE, Leather LarrupersM SARE HERE, AND THKY 3AY HOMPSON-PRIGE CO. .Have everythine a Hase Hail Man pn need. See their Chest Protectors, tfaikj, Gloves, Kails, and Bats, and )st lowest prices. ! GLANCE AT OUR WINDOW. mOMPSOH-PRICE CO., lO < terapltell fit. ~DR. ALBERT A. CANNADAY, KI'KOIAI.IHT. diseases of the Eye, Ear, lese, Throat. ,Eyes Examined and Glasses Fitted. }Oee corner Salem avenue and Jofferson street. Over the Chrlsttan-Barbee Dmp, Store ?Off.re 'Phono 46. Hesldence No. 403 Church street, 'phono 945. *' BUl LT LIKE IA WATCrt? ,f o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 15 March 1896

Contagions Blood Poison. Mr. Frank B. Martin, who is engaged in the jewelry business at 926 Penn? sylvania Avenue, Washing-ton City, where lie is well and favorably known, was a victim of that worst form of dis? ease?contagious blood poison. He realized that his life was about to be blasted, for this terrible disease has baffled the skill of the physicians for ages, and they have never yet been able to effect a cure. His mental despair can better be imagined than described. In a recent letter he says: "About four years ago I contracted a severe case of contagious blood poison, and it. was not long before I was in a tetri ble condition. I immediately placed myself under treatment of two of the best physicians in Washington city. Their treatment, which I took faith? fully for six months, cost me just three hundred dollars, and left me worse than when I began it. My condition can Frank B. Martin. best be appreciated, when I state that my throat and mouth were full of sores and my tongu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 15 March 1896

1ES TO THINK ABOUT When Ion Are TMnking Where to Invest I Your Money. Long-Headed Men Think That Now is the Time and Roanoke the Place in Which to Invest Money?Figure on Per Cent on Investment 8-roora house on comer lot with good stable, cost $2,700. Price 4)1,150. Reut? for $120 par annum. 7-room house on largo lot,water in house, >>arn cost $700, in good location, five minutes' walk ot courthouse. Pries $1,000. Rents for ?144 per annum. 10-rooin house near Hotel Roanoke on large corner lot. Price $1,000. Rants for $240 per annum. G-room house near the new Government building. Trice $850. Rents for $90 per annum. Pine three-story brick building on ths best street in Roanoke, ranting for $900 per anuum. Price $8,500. Fine two-story double brick store with two stores on ground lloor, offices and rooms above rente for $840 per yeur. Price $8,000. f-T"OM A A maa witl1 n*b "weather eye open" Las taken in the "brick V-4 Ul 1?. house with 21 rooms" that we advertised...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 15 March 1896

THE TIMES. SVBKY MOHHINU. BXCBPT MONDAY KOANORB PUBLISHING CO.. fab?shers and Proprietor*, TUBS BUILDING, IB OAMPBBIiL AV8NCB 8. W. TKKMS BT MAIL (Postage Prepaid) 'ally, one month.| .so ** three months ..... t.V> " six months ...... 3.00 ? one year. In advance .... B.00 onday Bd'.t!on, one year .... 1X0 Tars Tinas Is a mem ?er ot the Associated Frese?the greatest news-collectlnt assoclstlrm in the world?and receives over a special wire the tall telegraphic news service ot the Associated Frees?the same news from all over the United Mates and the world that is simultaneously re? ceived hy the great dallies ot New Tors, Philadel? phia and Baltimore._ MARCH. 8 M T W T F S 18 3 4 8 6? 8 9 lO 11 IB IS 14 IB 1C 17 18 10 *0 81 88 83 24 25 36 2? 28 2? 30 31. THE ADVANCE IN BGTPT. The British government has ordered on advance on Dongoia, and there is much rejoicing in the army at the pros pec: of another campaign in the Soudan, despite the uasatisfactory results of the last campai...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 15 March 1896

New Spring Goods Arriving Daily... THE WOOL DRESS GOODS FOR SPRING WERE NEVER PRETTIER Designs were never more nniqne or pleasing. Colors are soft, winning, and values are down as never before. Can you tell what magic it is that brings yon such excellent fabrics as those described be? low for so little money ? All-wool 36-inch Dress Goods, only 25c yard. Wool Plaids for Wai ts at 25c per yard. Silk and wool, small checks; they would be cheap at 50c, our price only 37 }4c. Silk and wool Novelty Dress Goods; sold every where at 75c, we only ask 60c, they are per? fect bs an ties. High class Novelty Dress Goods at $1 per yard; price them elsewhere and you will be told $1.3734. BLACK DRESS GOODS In profusion, such as Serges, Henriettas, Mohairs in plain and fancy black, and fifty dif? ferent styles of fancy blacks. Agents for the celebrated Gold Medal Plush Goods; every yard guaranteed. NEWS AT THE SILK DE? PARTMENT. News of bright pretty silks, in colors and patterns that will capture ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 15 March 1896

Gastoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphiuc nor other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays fevcrishncss. Castoria prevents vomiting- Sour Curd, cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency. Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas? toria is tho Children's Panacea?tho Mother's Friend. Castoria. Castoria. "Castoria Is an excellent medicine for chil- ' " Castoria is so well adapted tochlldren that ' .ren. Mothers have repeatedly told nie of its I recommend it as superior to any prescription good effect upon their children." 1 known to me." DR. C. C. OSGOOD. I "? A" ARCHER. M. D.. . Lowell, Mass. 1 111 So- ?x,or<l st- Broo...

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