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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 February 1902

6 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. xor tie opnourg. Oeed Iter Told of Feasiea Oeamit- noutr Lvm. In the pension bureau, at chief olerk 01 one 01 me divisions, is a man oy the name of N. 11. Strait. He came from Wllllamsport, Pa., and baa been la the service fur many year. A few days ago, says the Washington Star. Pension Commissioner Evans, with something ou hU mlud, rushed Into the oBlce where this chief clerk is em' plojred and in a loud voice exclaimed: Can I see Strait?" Now, there Is a young woman, pret ty ana vivacious, who acts as steuog- rapher and typewriter for Strait. She was busily engrossed in her work. She heard the coroinlsloner'e excla matlon, but did not recognise the voice. "I don't know whether you can or not," she replied. "Out 1 want to see Strait." the com mlssioner persisted, "and 1 want to see Strait rlirbt away." "This Is not an optician's place." the typewriter contiuued, and about this time she looked around, ouly to llnd the commissioner's face wreathed In smiles, li...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 February 1902

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ' 7 Will 0'The Wisp. worn who axi lid a- ITEAT IT MISCHIIV- ou MAiiH run. Illastrttive of the Ml power of the marsh fire, then U told the story of woman who lost ker way. She turned In title directioa aad in that, hopelessly paukd aa to her whereabout in the murky Right Presently ahead of her the taw the gleam of a light. At once the taw In fancy the picture of home, the lamp in the window, the coty comfort of thoee under the shelter of the protecting roof, "curtained and doted and warm." Steadfastly the moved towards the light. But aa the moved It seemed to change its position. It was always a little far ther away freen her and presently when she asak down exhausted in a swamp the light disappeared altogether. Whatever truth there may be In the atory, it forcibly illustrates the career of many a wvenan who has, followed the marsh fire of love in the belief that it Jed to home and earn fort and found herself at last cabausted and deceived. IT'S A BITTKX LKMON le...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 February 1902

8 ' MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IMCF. A. M. Cott, of Bitter, sfaa Id Mtr shall Saturday. A. G. Griffith, of Norton, wu In mo county seat Saturday. S. W. Wllkerson, of Hardeman, visited Marshall Saturday. Milton M. Walker, of near Malta t- a a 'as,- uenu, waa in Marsnau aturaay. A. B. Hoy and ulster, Mln Annie, re Tuning irienas in Arrow hock. Joseph Johnson, of Orearvllle, waa interviewing our merchants on Satur day. One of Nelson's worthy citizens, T. w. oaupmgion. was in town Batur day. Dr. T. U. Hall, of the county, was the guest of Dr. John It. Hall Batur- uay. Mrs. W. M. Bates and Miss Lutle M. Van Meter, or Miami, were In town Saturday. K. K. HUey, of Mexico, the well known saddle-horse man, was In Mar shall Friday. A. Itanstiergor, who lives near Salt springs, was a business visitor In Marshall Saturday. John Robertson, a prominent farm or of near Malta llcnd, was transact ing business In Marshall Saturday. Mrs. John It. Hall, who went to Waverly to attend the funeral of he...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 February 1902

MARSHALL IEFUBLIGAN. GQQD NEWS FOR THE SICK! j Kfturn of h bit fUNabta Sparta. Thamwra-nlatlVMof tb Chicago Medleal Md Optical Company, which baa been atablUhKl In Chirac o ovrr Wyaara, who are making monthly .visits to Marshall, can im vviiraiiw tat Hotel Ming, Friday, Feb 14, one day only TLmm arc the Diiimi Moat Succeaafully Treated by their Method: KYRWfak, watery and xranulatml IMi, wild halm, ralarao or film ovi-r thaws, cross ya, bllndnaa and all diseases of tho yra or lids ere eurwl without knlf. Hpce laclra mad to order. KARItramaaa, alnxlng, roaring nolMi, i thlrkxnmt rtruimjuid foul ainrlllnsdlaoliar gva. Roaltlvseurv guarantrvd Inaverycase. OATAHKII of all forma quickly ounol to lay cured by our new method. (IOITRR and rancors cured at home without operation, danger or pain. KOZKMA In all forma. Nervouadla. eaaea. rheumtUm.dleawa of eloinarh. liilealinea and kltiney diseases or long atandlng, rKMAI.K IIIHKAHKM, leuehnrea dyapmeitiiva and all chronic dlieaaea suniit'i io ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 February 1902

10 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN, LOCAL IN BRIEF. W. O. Doolln, of Bowling Green, visited frleods la Marshall ibis week. Mr Buckner Ragsdate, of Ceatralla, Is visiting the family of C. M. Buck ner In Marshall. Dr. O. S. Hardin went to Mexico Monday to attend a meeting of Chi cago and Alton's surgeons. Miss Virginia Stelnheimer Is visit Ing her friend Miss Madge Gorby, of Palrvllle. She will bo absent for one week. The U. D. O. held a business meet ing In the parlors of Hotel Hurt on Wednesday. A large number was la attendance. Two freight cars arrived In Saint Louis one day last week containing 1200,000 worth of stamped envelops and postal cards. Mrs. Perry D. Campbell, of Saint Louis, who Is visiting her mother, Mrs. B. S. Outhery, has gone to Sla ter to visit relatives. Mrs. James Hlsey, of Chicago, Mrs. J. M. Walker and Mrs. H. D. Araent were entertained at dinner by Mrs. Itufus E. Holloway, on Tuesday. Mr, Adolnh Striker Is entertaining Ills friend, Fay lias, of Huntsvllle, Mo. Mr. Bass w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 February 1902

MARSHALL lErWtCArl. II el Mar HNnn.Ih day, Ms. MmVal I JO p. at. Go aad bee Ma. If yaw da tan will hear a goodaansoa. Rev. Amum It eaeof maa fgagaadl nmamaaBffatABBJi teaks lata Year Cures Cor, Baa teas, Ingrowlag Nells, Swollen aad lffHtii(M. At all dreggtste aad lira stores, 36e. ree, ; 2-et Ask to-day. Harry V. Speaeer, of DeWkt, la bold lag dowa a iim la tbe Rjbmjbu can oSee. ' rtt miTiiwtsT smuts. He Moflrfs y in Mri Every day Jrlajf March aad April, lB0C,.very low oee-way Coloalst' rata by the'Barliagtoa Route, aa follows: Kihu City to Portlaae. Taeome. Seattle and Paget Bouad poute, MS. To Spokane aad eurrouadleg terri tory, tfftaO. T Butte Bad Hcleee district, 090.00. Ker antra raiaa to latermedlete aad braaeli territory, eoaeuH nearest tick et Meat, or write the undersigned. "The Burllngton-Northera PaeMe Esareee". la Aa greet tlase-savlag train, carry lag through' eoaebes, through chair oara aad throat tour la ekwpere, to Butte. Hcteaa, Spo kane. Pure Sound aad Portlead. F...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 February 1902

12 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. . SLATER. Mrs. W. S. Smith U spending the week In Roodhouse. The lecture at the opera house by D. McGurk, Jr.. Wednesday night tu well attended. Cards are out announcing the mar rlage o.' Miss Nettle Decker to F. A. .inur, Thursday, Feb. 20, 1902. Mrs. Wm. Wilson left Wednesday night to make a visit to her aunt In Mexico, Mo. Coterie club met with Mrs. Wo. Ileld yesterday afternoon. The ladies are studying art this winter and are having very Interesting meetings. Miss Edna Howorker left Tuesday morning for St. Louis, where she will bo In a wholesale millinery house tak ing Items for spring trade at home. Miss Marlon Reld Is In the post office to-day in the absence of M. Mann, P. M., who Is taking in the banquet given to the young ltepubll cans of Missouri In Kansas City. J. A. Tcters left Wednesday for Kansas City. lie will stay over and take In the young Republican banquet. urmonu liunp, Maurice Mann and ri T. Alexander expect to go Friday morning, rnese you...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 February 1902

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. XI. MARSHALL. SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, FEBRUARY 21, 1902. NO. WHY DO WE NEED A PUMJC LIBRARY 7 THK MISSION OV THK BOOK. There arc people who nay attest to all that is aaid ot education in the life-lasting view of it, who will deny that there if a question in it ot book. "We," they aay, "find more for our instruction in life thau books. The reality of things interest us snore and teaches us mote thau the report and description of the at by others. We study men among men and God's works iu the saidst of them. We prefer to take knowledge at first hand, from nature and from society, rather than secoad-bandly, out ot a printed page. Your book wisdom is from the closet aud for closet use It is not the kind needed in a busy and breezy world." Well, there is a half-truth in this which must sot be ignored. To make everything oi books in the development of men and women is a greater mistake perhaps than to make nothing of them. For life baa teachings, and nature out ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 February 1902

2 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Entered at tlie Pottoffloe la Marshall, Mo., at 8coa4-clM natter. TERMS: 11.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. J. H. HUNTER, Mtor. MARSHALL, MISSOURI, FEBRUARY 21, 1002. J. R HUNTER, Lawyer, (rormarly Orr A HunUr.) Oflc over Bank of ttalln MARSHALL, - - - MISSOURI. Judge Davis says that it does not matter how many S.line county men are elected to Congress to succeed Judge Cooney, be is going to the Supreme Court any way. Go in, Judge, we admire your pluck. The last legislature o( the state of Missouri passed a law placing a tax on whiskey. The constitutionality of the law has been raised in a can before Judge Graves, at Butler, and he holds the law to be unconstitutional. It is reported that Miss Stone, the mission, ary held in captivity by Bulgarian brigands, has been released. The report adds that Rev. Tsitka, husband of Miss Stone's companion in captivity, has been arrested on a charge of complicity in the kidnapping. England is building a colloss...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 February 1902

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 February 1902

4 MARSHALL IEPUBLICAN. Woman's Wot fc In preparing appetizing and wholesome food Is lightened by this famous baking powder Light Biscuit Delicious Cake Dainty Psties Fine Puddings Absolutely pure It adds healthful qualities to the food ROYAL Baking Powder BSl bbbbbbbbbbbbbbab The "Royal Baker and Party Cook" moat practical aad valuable of cook books free to every patron. . Send full address by postal card. Thar an cheap baking powders, made from alum, but they arc ex ceedingly harmful to health. Their astringent and cauterixinK qualities add a dangerous clement to food. ROYAL aAKINS) POWDER OO, 1M WIIXIAM ST., NEW VOMK. Of Interest to School Teacher. The State Superintendent of Public SchooM lecommends that county examinations for rural school graduation be befd at the Hame time and place as the regular March teachers' examination, He has sent to the County Board of Education a list of questions for such examination to be held laitt or first of February or first of March. Another li...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 February 1902

MAISHALL ICPUBLICAll. mtty, rated at tka hrisVe kern fa Nelson Wednes day evening, February ia, at kali patC tight, the contracting parties ocieg MiM Mary Brestbett aid Mr. Arthar Strotker, of Keytes ville, Mo. To tke strains of Men delssoku's Wedding March, Iron the Nekton orchestra, the bridal patty crosstd the hall and catered the parlor. The ribbon bearers "were Masters Barl and Breathett Sappiugtoa. Mi am Pricilla Breathett, tkc bride's aiater groom ed in dainty white organdy, and Bruce Marmadukeiu a pretty blue silk hhII followed. Then came Mr. Strotker and his beat man, Mr. Wyan Sapplngton, and last the bride with her aunt, Misa BeUic Breathitt, who gave her away. Tkc bride wore a beautiful white organdy frock, daintily trimmed wan lace and tucks, and a grace- lui veil covering all. Mias Breath itt'a costume waaof black velvet and white silk. Rev. Dodaoa cerformed the cere mony. The parlor and dining room were artistically decorated with palms and rows. A supper was served la...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 February 1902

6 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Jtuiies Met Moroj- President Roosevelt does well la hit iniliteBce thai morality and fit ness be the prime requisites to official favors. This elevates the Moral tone and official standard, which Is a most gratifying accompaniment to the pres ent Republican administration. Clean llness Is a wise lesson to Impress up on politicians. It Is surely right to teach the rules of America that to play this game of political prefer ment the rule must be strictly corapli ed with. He who wants to climb to American political prominence ought to understand fully that his reputa tion and character mum be carefully guarded. Hut It Is also wise not to encourage malicious and Jealous ru mors that may be the outgrowth of past political bickering. The man who flies a charge he cannot sustain should, with all bis abettors, be put upon the blacklist of Republican chronicles, and bis Infamy so thor oughly exposed that his shame will forever prevent his own elevation. To do this no c...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 February 1902

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 7 WAITS AITO WBEDS. THE 1IFFERINCI lETWEIN WISHING AND WORKING. ft fo popularly believed that warts csa he bktd away. But ttw farmer who at down and triad la clear bis Held by wishing the weedt away would toon find hia crews gene. It takca working lo get rid of wtede, and Ike nan with the hoe must put in many a long day Ufora be can take a well earned rest It la a singular fact that a treat many people treat certain forma of disessa aa warU are aald to be treated by wishing. This U especially aa In the caee ef NNfk "I w(ah thla cough didn't bother me to." they aay. "1 with my cough didn't keep me awake aa much, and to en. It never teemr to occur to them that it takta active meeenreB to get rid of a eongh ; that n cough la like a weed, grewing right along, and the longer It grawa the deeper H strikes Ha roota If a man heard the alarm of a rattle anake near by he'd jump aaide at on re to avoid the attack and then trek to find and deatroy the dtngerous reptile. The...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 February 1902

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN RIEF. A. LaPere, of Grand Phi, wm la Marshall Saturday. Mill Katie MoAnli to the guest of relatlrei la Slater tela wwk. William Galnei, of near Slater, wai a vltltor to Mariball Saturday. T. C. Jomi and wife, of Blotter, were ahopplag In Manhall Saturday. E. J. Blotter, of Blotter, wat at tending to butlneti lo Mariball Sat urday. J. M. RoberteoD, of Mt. Leonard, wat transacting butlneti In Mariball Saturday. Loult Benedict, one of Saline coun ty's progretilvefarmen, wit In town Saturday. C. O. Patterton, of Blackburn, edl tor of the Blackburn Record, wat In town Saturday. ' Walter H. Jobe, of New Mexico, visited frlendt In Saline county dur ing the latt week. A. J. Trigg and Robert Han were looking after butlneti Interettt In Slater Saturday. J, E. Jomi, of Kama City, vlilted hit parent!, Mr. and Mrt. T. C. Jonet, of Blotter, during the latt week. Mln Bruce Marraaduke, of Cherry vllle, Kaniai, wat the guett of frlendt In Mariball during the pait week. ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 February 1902

MAISMALL IEPUBLICAN. 9 TOfii Man founoi wnwn immiiii r furl. 1 lea- I I. Hmmttmw abaEs, ea fee 14, lMf, Mr. Toast-Matter aad Fellow Repub- imeaa. The youthful eaaraetar of the Re. publieaa part; u Mm better skowa UM By Wit (lMMi BeeemMage. IBIS IHNM WOUM ao ROBOT IO HI MMi aad to Um most kerole MTloi aad Ike Btoei Inspiring aehMveasent of Um party of Llnoola, Garfield Bad McKlaley. IIUm laeplratloa also to sit la the presence of seal live Governor Hawkeye Governor- WBMB awaae oi mm B HeBUBlMBB Oowor oae koaestlv lasted mm actually eouated Im. Politically, Iowa UlMCHUrot Iktwtk Umm days. Um eloquent soa of Kuiu, top, adds lustra to oar love-feast. Tkere'e a di vinity that doth badge mn Iowa aad a Kaaaaa Republlcae; Bad they brlag toalght ateesagea of leeralag awl goodeheer.. Word eaaaot express Um eacoeraswment aad hope which they lasplrela us, whose" lot ia eaat hi a state where Um smv beat us iIm tlawa aad couat oa ua Um tenth, while witn uwai um iteauaiieaaa wia bIm name aai um te...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 February 1902

10 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 4 and puissant Missouri "rousing bar elf Ilk a strong man from sleep, aad shaklag her Invincible locks." Just bow ws saw her "reposing, aeaeeful and motloalees, bat at the call of pa trlottsm-at tbe stilled voice of wrong she ruffle, at tt were, bar ewalllag plumage, collect bar scattered ele meats of streagth and awakaaa bar dormant thunders." 'TU the upris ing of common mom, the protest of cobmbob console ace, tba Instinctive loyalty of the people, Democrat a ad Republicans alike, to commoa justice and right. It le the beg inn I By of that movement which hall vindicate tba fair name of Missouri, aad give ber honor aad glory that will paae dowa with ber from generation to genera tlon. All state bare a right to Justloe; Missouri to greatness. The young and vigorous manhood of Misourl are determined for once, that she shall have her due. "A moral purpose multiplier us by ten, at It multiplied the Abolitionists; they emancipated the negro:" aad WE MEAN TO EMAN ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 February 1902

MAISHALL lEfUBLICAM. 11 LOCALIN MIEF. J. Ai'stetewW. f Water, wm greet taff frlMNIt ManftAM Tuesday. J. M. Bardta aad ImmI Uta, of later, war la Marshall Taetday. Dr. J. R. Halt Mhi visitor hit brother, Dr. T. . Hall, of the county. Mr. 0. W. Campbell and iob, of Kihh City, are visiting Mr. Camp bell's mother, Mr. 8. M Taylor, oa East Yerby etrwt. Mr. and Mn. Arch Wnt arrived from Mar Slater Monday afternoon, to vlalt Mrs. West's pareutc, Mr. aad Mra. Marloa Morrow, of our city. Mr. and Mra. Rutherford, of Layaes villa, this eouatv. vlaltcd Mra. Ruth er ford's father and nother. Mr. and Mra. O. H. Moore, near Speed, la Cooper eouBty this week. Dr J. T. De Berry, of Colorado Bprlage, la'la Marahall looklag over the ground with the iBteutloa of loeat lag bare, If hie Investigations arove satisfactory. He la the s-uest of Mr. and Mra. T- B- GUI oa South Jeter eoa avenue. Mr Ifenrv T. Yatea. who has been for some time at Laa Vegas. New lesleo. la tinae of mnroviBr his health, la oa hie ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 February 1902

1 w.inK .... tLATEfl. Skating I till very good. Mm. W. R. Rhoades spent Monday In Marshall. Mr. Wra. Re Id spent Sunday eve nlng In Marshall. A. R. Shield, postmaster at Gilliam, was In Slater Wednesday. Mrs. W. 8. Smith returned from a short visit to Roodhouse this week. Miss Rurnice Walsh has been too lame to be at school for a few days. Miss Lena Reverley has been spend Iqg a few days In Marshall this week. Mrs. B. R. Slade and Mrs. A. Ben son spent the day In Glasgow Friday. Miss Georgia Rhoades went to Mar shall Saturday, for a visit of a few days. Mrs. Whiteside, of Montgomery City, is the guest of Mrs. C. D. Rogers. W. L. Dlllard has sold out his sea nnd hand store, on Maple St., to John Ropklns. Miss Fannie Lewis, of Marshall, spent a few days with her sister, Miss Mary, In Slater. The valentine social given by the ('. !. Juniors, at Mrs. Warkwell'e last Friday evening, was a success In every way. We are very glad to learn that the Ave members of W. II. Key ton's fam ily, wh...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 February 1902

n MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. XI. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI. FEBRUARY 25, 1902. NO. 4. MURDER OF A NEGRO WOMAN. George Whitney was mutdercd Monday night iitxiiit eleven o'clock, Ity Wm. Junes, nt the home of David Piper, on 3rd., Strett. A uuinlx-T ol negro, including Jefferson St cine und William Jones, were 111 an upstairs room in the Piper house when Georgie Whit my went there to see Steine. She called him out in the uppir hall and was talking to him when Jones came out and said he was going to take her home. He picked tip the woman in his arms and Marled down stairs, hut near the lioUom, they fell, Jones being 011 top. The woman struggled to get away and (creamed to Steine lor help, Jones drew a knife and stabbed her several times. Steine attempted to part them but Jones turned 011 him witb bis knife and Steine ran out of the house. The woman also ran out, followed by Jones who was met 011 the porch by deputy marshal, Maddox, who arrested and took him to the calaboose. The...

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