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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 9 April 1925

... ■ / >*■ V;.'' I B \ ) / i ** EDNA FERBHR ILLUSTRATIONS BY CLARK AGNBW. copxncbc bjr Deubi«6ior, H**o aiT** D laci (8 THUR8. APRIL % 11 Psula hnd a wl ft(- b.t*-reat>iiu women in bond ! m .uk II w:is a H'mkI iwbeme. Mite auv^atad II ft" iJiat I 'irk thought lie bad thought of it. f lrk was head now i.f the lend department in the Croat I.akes Trust company's niMcn:fi< ent n.-w while banding on Uirhlt a boulevard aenh. It* wbile tower* Kitiiiiie<1 pink In Hi * lake tnls! . I>irk «aid It wan a terrible building badly proportioned, and that it l<w k «l like a vaat vanilla •undue His new private dmituln win unre like a Splendid bookies* library ibar a business oflW. it waa tinlabed In rich dull walnut and there were great upholstered chairs, soft rugs, ati«<le<J lights. S|teclal attention wan Mid to women client* There waa a r n for their convenience fitted with low reotful chairs and coaches, lamps, writing desk*. In mauve and rose. I'attia bad selected the fu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 9 April 1925

ptnizes patien randest j)rk Mrs. I^gg f w«th Mr. Sunday, Holt left-i t-'k for j ■•ill work. | |Mi' l-oo |('a- ' ight | I1'- Holy I Morris jliltoii attfc |'''s place m •amir it with !y-, • * rs. Lewig sited Mr. hnell Satu |}e J"i anklin Iarinony [nday. j Laminack i |eek for tr„ . Dine Mo, |dinner wjj| ?h Lyle .. |is invited ext Sunduy] have an white ijs we will] rani. Thig Ischool. We] Vor Sunder'] It care, brin lor singinw fONIC chill ronb i |ty by 'urifri ]i. When yojj| prutint; cff(d,| the cheekii I'lM'tite, ywn onic value, hill Tonic kj I - i in I |<-m like it. iirify it a.^S iMiilnriol |:en^thciiin|,l WINNSBQRQ WEEKLY NEWS THUR8. APRIL •, 1925. V": PRE-EASTER ontinues Through tremendous New York Special purchase |f wonderful New Spring Dresses. Over New Spring colors, prints of every des- ription, Bluette, Kings Blue, Titian, Jade, >ttle Green, Ashes of Roses, Cocoa, Tan, |panish Red, Brown, Rust, Brick, French (lue, Beige, Grey Stone, Sandlewood, Lar- fin, Medeline Aprico...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 9 April 1925

' A"r* .• $ %•>* rl \ t; . HJIJW 8 THUW8- APRIL Weekly Nm ?!P1I Clever Millinery at Extreme Sale Prices These ore exact re- productions o f our New York Patterns at THE ENTERPRISE'S EASTER SALE Beginning Thursday, April 9, Continues to April 18th We have assembled a splendid collection of ladies apparel, new silks, trimming hosiery, spring and summer piece goods, to be sold at very reasonable prices to in- crease our Easter business. 250 Ladies, Misses and Children's hats are now being shown in all the newest shades and shapes at the lowest prices we have ever offered Easter Millinery. Dozens of silk dresses, several shipments just opened, will be on display beginning Thursday. We feel the materials, clever styles and prices will sell a number of these the first few days. Come early. We are just back from a buying trip and secured splendid values for this Easter Sale throughout the store. We will quote a few in this ad. But urge that every lady and Miss visit our store at once. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 16 April 1925

T My St> V >> , d\ lO'Bnon 60w_ w**i jAhjlQtf e, r#nj(J|J K'dy IT fie Girlg —Child 'IRE EM & I<2 uirlditiottfl I': and I Comedy I lildren ed" lined In and I If figW Lpeedy,] innsborn ;X f tos. iNUAL MEETING OF OMEN'S MISSIONARY SOCIETY WINNSIIORO, WOOD COUNTY THIRS. AIMIlTTfi T-^ annual meeting of the men's Missionary Society of North Texas Conference, ♦hodist Church, South, con- at Kavanaugh Methodist h Greenville, Monday ih 20th at 2:30 in the after bn with some 200 delegates [attendance- The afternoon sion was given over to a {rkers Conference at which Seth A. Craig, of Dallas lided. Social service and Mis study were the main topics discussion. lie evening session was gi- over to the young people it was a service beautifully •itual, beautiful for the con- ation of the young life and devotion of service. This bference especially featured young people's work and lught together an array of egates who have chosen the at missionary work as their Id of endeavor. They pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 16 April 1925

lorl®.® I a 1 1 b'\ ®l 1 ' *< EDNA. FERBER ILLUSTRATIONS ftY CLARK AQNCW. a j, js ti " ! flJ wyimw Copyright by [•day. P Doubl«day. P*«« 4k Co. WNU Sorrlot. WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEW S THUBS. APRIL i«. ] "Oh," mid Dallas In that deep. rest- fat, leisurely voice of hern, "there are always between twenty ami thirty"— slie (dapped a quick scarlet Hue on the hoard, ruhhed It out .it once—1"thou- sand people In and out of here every hour, Just about. I like It." "Gosh!" he thought, "ahe'a -I don't know—she's—" "Shall we go?" said Paula. He had forgotten all about her. "Ves. Yes, I'm ready If you ure." Outside, "Do you thluk you're going to like the picture?'' Paula usked. They stepped luto her car. "Sure." "Attractive, Isn't she?" "Think so?" So he was going to be on Ids guard, was he! Paula threw In the clutch viciously, Jerked the lever Into second speed. "Her neck was dirty." "Crayon dust," said Dirk. "Not necessarily," replied Paula. Dirk turned sideways to look at her. It was as thoug...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 16 April 1925

Continued from Pa*e ^ SO BIG By edna ferber lift Doubleday, P S* A Co.) WNU B«rvlos. Il'iirt iv," Diilins laid replied, ntnlttbly. fit a nice |M sf though, don't you h'luit are ymi S"lng to do with a I like tlmt! ■>r< win .he woman who could hold entirely, sin«l who never held out fcnr<*r to held liliu. He tore at the ,otli wall of her Indifference, though [only cut nml bruised his own hands Joins It. ' ljH ii lipcnnse I'm n successful buul- . man Unit von don't like n e?" Jliut I io HI"' ynu I think you're [awfully «ttractive man. Danger- , tllHt'H WOt." [()li. don't he the wide-eyed Ingenue. know d—d well what I mean, i ve got me and you don't want me. fl hail been h successful architect bud of n surpsasful business men tld that have made any difference?" Sooti Lord, no 1 Some day I'll prab- 1 marry a horny-handed son of toll. If I do It'll be the Uoruy hands It will win ui*. If >o want to hats, Ike 'em wltli their scars 0* tbem. pre's something about a man who fought ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 16 April 1925

F.fSjr ■* WINNSBORO WEEKLY JfSWS THUBS. APML li. 1*2>. ' ■#? if * \ .) I. i I Winstar# Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor PubHahed Every Thursday Entered as second class mat- tor, September. 24, 19<|9, at the postoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1897. $1.25 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Advertising rates made known on application. WINNSBORO NEWS FEA- TURE STORY "SO BIG" TO SHOW AT AMUSU Colleen Moore in Great Drama Former Flapper Has Tense Dramatic Role in "So Big." Colleen Moore has been called the living library of Hollywood because she has produced scr- een versions of so many popu- lar novels. Her latest picture, "So Big" is an adaptation from Edna Fer ber's best seller to be shown at lace Beery. Phyllis Haver, Ford Sterling, John Bowers, Ben Ly- on, Dot Farley and others, was given the picture to attain this "So Big" was directed by Charles Brabin, under personal supervision of Earl Hudson. METHODIST CHURCH We had a most excellent at- tendance last Sunday at both ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 16 April 1925

WIMMBBOTO WEEKLY NEW* THPB8. Aran II, ,M5. JEWELER OFFICIAL HTATBMKNT The First National Bank WINN8BOKO, TEXAS At th. Clo.. of Butl.ei. April 6, 1 25, a. Rendered to the Comptroller of the Currency RESOURCES LIABILITIES A: Discounts — $869,956.97 Canital <Stfvlr T Bonds — 60,000.00 ^ P , 7°T "V $100,000.00 tiLg & Fixtures ... - 11,870.00 ^urp,us & Profits 186,637.77 federal Reserve Stock 6,000.00 Circulation 50,000.00 IVAILABLK CASH: 50"?8 Deposited 40,650.00 S, Securities $144,650.00 Rediscounts /NONE lommei'cial l'aper.... 75,000.00 Bills Payable NONE lash & Exchange—294,101.69 $513,751.69 DEPOSITS $574,290.89 total - — $951,578.66 Total $951,578.66 Tho Abovt Statement is Correct ALF MORRIS, Cashier notice that the afternoon of tin Amusu Theatre tell attended. Winnsboro is bf the few small towns |has a theatre open all af- on. J. W. Rhone returned Harlingen Sunday. to Dixie King work pants, all prices. T. U. Bozeman's. The Latest. Earl Garrison of Pittsburg was here...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 16 April 1925

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS THUBS. APEIL m f ; m f i ' Ws4 ii ii 1 : , ■' . I Winnsboro's Home Advancement Campaig Let us keep our faith in Winnsboro, where we have our homes and where our children grow up. With y( these people also help support Winnsboro institutions, contribute to Winnsboro s activities. ey, too, belies in making their Home Town worth living in. Let us do our business with them. Good overalls 2.40 inch weight double and twisted blue denim $1.35 TURNER MERCANTILE CO. General Merchandise. WINNSBORO CANDY CO. Candy makers for the Whole- sale and Jobbing Trade Call for Winnsboro's Candy Always Fresh WHAT IS HOME? SAM MARIN Jeweler We want it understood that we guarantee our work. GENERAL GARAGE Phone 296 C. M. BROWNING Meridian Fertilizer will make other crops pay as well as cotton. Scroggin-Drummood Lbr. Co. Will save you money on build ing material. THE REXALL DRUG STORE All that a drug store should be M. D. McWhorter. Prop. Phone 56 FRAZIER'S HOTEL Puts on the table a ho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 16 April 1925

_ WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS THUHS. APmi. lt, l92!. You will find the best and most complete line of 'arm Implements, including Walking Cultivators, $35 to $50; Riding Cultivators, Planters, Plows, Middle Break- ers, Disc Harrows, Corn Shovels, Heel Sweeps lull Tongues, Heel Bolts, etc., as well as Sewing Machines, Furniture, Implements [ce Cream Freezers, Poultry Netting, specially priced; Automobile Tires and Tubes, jil Cook Stoves, the kind that is sure to please you. Then, too, you will find we are ible to show you lots of things needed but not found just anywhere, and best of all (he price must be reasonable. Some Knock-Out Prices on Ford Tires—Lots of Poison for Potato Bngs Garden Hose, Lawn Mowers and Screen Doors—Milk Coolers, the good kind Come to See Us—Your Trade is Appreciated AMPBELL'S BIG FIVE, Winnsboro, Texas HARiMONY pe Pullen and wife of visited C. R. Taylor, ky night. Isingjng convention of Strict met at Pine For- |iday afternoon. Reneau and family spe week-end at Dike...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 16 April 1925

I I mm ■I i IWtM * 1 lift fj KBl ■ THE Enterprise Next to Fiist Naltonal Bank Values Reign Supreme On WWlttWD WBDLT KEWS TEUKS. ATUL M. ttg- Merchandise in Great Demand IN MEMORY or MBS. Af.i.ni GIBSON CABLOCK "No life can be strong and pure in its purpose, And all life not stronger and purer thereby." How stisfying to have lived such a life and how gratifying to have it recognized as such. Never was Allie's life too full of its natural relationships not to hear or see or respond to the call of not only friends, but any whom she might serve, and what great joy it was to her to oft/, ^J in her -Master's name. UJC, Ot/C 3.11(1 i/OC j Her influence and helpfulness ___;i _ _ „ | was effectually felt by the en- VOlle^, oWlSb linens, tire community, ever seeking its advancement and benefits; and her home ties were made more beautiful by her unselfish loving services. Her pastor anc congregation ever found an al- ready extended hand in doing their work toward bringing her Savior's Kingdom ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 April 1925

llHnnsbora MwkiQ XV. NO. 2tf. WlN'NKItnitn uruTn rniiMTv tu. .... .. ■■■■•■aaa— Igriculture, strawberry report numl>er 24 dated Hammond La pril 15. On this date haulings Demand good. orter. The general write-up ilK WINNSBORO A MILLION DOLLAR STRAWBERRY MARKET Below I am copying from the j field* are heavily mulched with nited States Department of pine needles very few sandy ber rieg are found in this section." I wonder how many farmers in this territory would join in on a 500 acre proposition, cul- tivate, fertilize and mulch a* often as necessary and build a strawberry market at Winnb- boro. I believe it can tie done il we will put the necessary care, study work and invest into it. Our occasional rainy season, I know is very disheartening bui this can largely be overcome if we will terrace our land thorou ghly, so there will be no wasn- ing of the costly and highly fer tilizcd fields, and so mulch the fields that the berries will not become gritty or decay oO quickly from rain. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 April 1925

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS THITIS. APKH 23, 1925- Ml 8 m rflBf '; I i 3-THREE DAYS OF REAL BARGAINS-3 FRIDAY, SATURDAY and MONDAY April 24th April 25th APrl1 27thl J fj We have iust received a large shipment of new goods. A remarkable move to start the new season new. Our stock must be reduced and we have marked every piece of goods at prices we know will move them. In a word they are here. All the shades and designs in materials tor your spring and summer dresses, which every'woman wants for the hundred and one occasions of the day. We especially urge you to see our new goods in Canton Crepes, Printed Crepe, Flat Crepe, Crepe de Chine, Radium Silks, Printed Crepe de Chine and Printed Pongee We have these marked in plain figures for our regular price at remarkably low prices, but for the three days mentioned above only, will reduce our regular price 25 cents per yard. We urge every woman to attend this sale as early as possible. The very piece of material that you want might be sold earl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 April 1925

W1NN8B0R0 WBKKI.Y NEWS THUR8. APBII M, ,M5. 8 and Saturday Only 36-inch Percale This material is to be had in light and dark patterns, plain and fancy designs, special 2 days only 6 yards for $1.00 32-inch Dress Ginghams Pretty new patterns in checks, solids and plaids; special 2 days only 6 yards for $1.00 Cretonne in beautiful patterns, special r riday and Saturday only 5 yards for $1.00 Dress Ginghams Real value, special Friday and •satuday only 10 yards for $1.00 Voiles Voiles Regular 39c grade. See these Patterns. Special Friday and Saturday only 4 yards for $1.00 Ladies' Silk Hose fewest creations in silk hosiery shades and sizes; each $1.00 ; Mavis Talcum Powder 2 days only 6 cans for $1.00 n Ladies' Hand Bags 2 davf V?lues $2,95; sPecial ys only, each $1.00 A Lovely Assortment of Smart Summer Frocks The style and variety is well worthy of note. Dresses for every day time occasion. Prints with over-dresses of georgette. $24.75 Printed Crepes in various col- ors and designs. F...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 April 1925

ft t a • m III 1 : ft phh til ilil 1-i f: !• s J yMf '; f i) S ' KJ / kk ill tWMi'l fo, ! WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS THURS, APRIL 2,1. 1925. THE ENTERPRISE'S MIGHTIEST ANNIVERSARY SALE Begins Thursday, April 23rd And continues to May 1st. Store will be closed Wednesday. Be sure and secure one of the largest sale circulars—with the greatest values offered. Three thousand of these sale circulars will be distributed. See the Sales for One Hour at 10 A. M, and 2. P. M. Friday and Saturday. Great specials will be offered all next week. Thurs- day at 9:00 o'clock we are offering for exact ly 15 minutes, 25c dress ginghams for the insignificant price of 3c per yard Thursday, 2:00 p. m. Five yards to the customer, 26c 36-inch percale at 3 cents per yard, for 15 minutes. Five yards to the customer. Other great specials Friday and Saturday at 10 and 2 o'clock. The greatest display of millinery. Over three hundred of the newest midseason hats at the astonishing prices of $1.88, $2.88, $3.88 and $4....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 April 1925

WINWSBORQ WEEKLY NEWS THUR8, APRIL 23, 1925. AM MARTIN JEWELER The Mans Who Has No Regrets These are the days when thousands of people regret they did not MVe money- Homeless, penniless, with- out work, bitter regrets are theirs for the money they might have banked but did not. The man who took time by the fire lock and has an account at the First National Bank is the man whose present is safe. Why don't you prepare for the future? You don't know what it will contain. But if you had cold cash in the bank it will be here for you in your day of need. first national bank WINNSBORO, TEXAS Jjgses Marie Williams and lie Mae Thomas from Corn- school spent the week- [ at home. Your troubles are over when you wear a Slidell collar. I don't keep them I sell them. T. U. Bozeman. Fine Repairing, Clocks & Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed Rev. A. A. Kidd of Green- ville was in the city Tuesday. All kinds of nevelty dress goods at Gibson Bros. Alf Morris was in Greenville Tuesday. Boys musli...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 April 1925

IB ! Pi WINNSBORO APRIL 23. im. B ; m f l§4 ' i'y) iv!; i <f'; m If they love cake and. hot bread at home.. Surprise them! Give them muffins, or biscuit*, or pastry that will seem to melt in their moutha before they can get a real bite. You can! All you hav% to do ia to use Mrs. Tucker's Shortening in pre- paring them. Mrs Tucker's Shortening ia a pure, wholesome, vege- table shortening. It ia made exclusively of choice cotton- seed-oil. When you use it, whether in making cakes or in frying foods, it imparts a wonderful richnesa like that of butter. But it is never heavy or greasy. And it goes much further than ordinary 'Bfaortenings. Mrs. Tucker's comes to you t you in an air-tight container that aaaures you absolutely pure and fresh shortening. It is eaav to open, and convenient while you are usinr it. Once empty, it is useful in the house as a bucket or dinner pail. Interstate Cotton Oil tUsAning Company, Sherman, Texas. A merica't fine*! cooking fmt So Weak Couldn't Stand "My...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 April 1925

tisffi winnsboro weekly april 23, 1925.- — You will find the best and most complete line of 'arm Implements including Walking Cultivators $35 to $50; Riding Cultivators,Planters, Plows, Middle Break- ers, Disc Harrows, Corn Shovels, Heel Sweeps lull Tongues, Heel Bolts, etc., as well as Sewing Machines, Furniture, Implements, e Cream Freezers, Poultry Netting, specially priced; Automobile Tires and Tubes, il Cook Stoves; the kind that is sure to please you. Then, too, you will find we are \\e to show you lots of things needed but not found just anywhere, and best of all ie price must be reasonable. Some Knock-Out Prices on Ford Tires—Lots of Poison for Potato Bngs Garden Hose, Lawn Mowers and Screen Doors—Milk Coolers, the good kind Come to See Us—Your Trade is Appreciated AMPBELL'S BIG FIVE, Winnsboro, Texas HARMONY [Nichols is visiting in Fannie Va'nnoy and Ulard spent the week- Emory. p'era Francis sjKjnt tlie with friends at Web- . attended the play at I Grove Saturday night. Jd...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 April 1925

d' FREE Foot Comfort Demonstration Tuesday, April 28 . Y(x>t troubles are universal. Government records show that 7 out of every 10 adult'qjcople have some form of foot trouble. You are probably a victim of foot trouble yourself. It may be only a corn, a callous, a bunion or some more serious trouble such as weak and broken-down arches. You might not kn.iw the nature of your trouble but you do know that your feet ache, pain, and get all tired out on the slightest provocation. Foot Comfort Expert Here Com* to our f-oot Comtort Department on the abcve date and get a Free Demonstration. There !■ nc harge lor this valuable service. Phis woik is in cnatge ot a Special Demonstrator from The Scholl Mlg. Cc. I'his is an opportunity that every toot sufferer should tfrasp. FREE PEDO-GKAPH PICTURE In a lew seconds' time, wthoui removing We nose he can make a photographic ornc of youi <jct iha: josi- tivety show® il you do ha^ foot trouoie.1- and tc *hat stage the trouoie has piogressed. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 April 1925

fflitmsboro Jfleehm i&etos. XVU. NO_3«. ___ WINNSBORO, WOOD COUN > Y THURfi. APRIL 30, 1925. >rmer Winnsboro Women Hurt in Automobile Wreck JONS MEETING FRIDAY ."SITs will meet Friday fg.jjj mid every Lion, with I Lioness is expected to at- | district Governor Green Ibiline will be present and de J the club's charter. It prom ' to Ik; a great meeting, with L to eat and a good time be meeting last Friday was nded by 85 per cent of the nbership. Lion Suiter pre- d. There was not a dull min- the entire hour. The following menu card placed at each plate at the ;heon: Malta Milk—Greece- Dutch Cheeso Chop Suey Dish (Dodgen and Wor- thinjrton special) I Mexican Jumping Beans Chili Sauce charge for physician and Undertaker.) ho Jim Hogg highway pro- litinn wag taken up and dis- ed, and a committee com- of Lions Suite)*, Souther- and Mattox appointed to Ifor with the county commit per.s of Franklin regarding completion of the highway mgh their county. This is important movement and...

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