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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 March 1909

f-mM?mm iii w spawn? jgwsf37 1'.'i.M.,V Wayne County Organ of the REPUBLICAN PARTY ; 66th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1909. NO. 25 x - H Semi-Weekly Founded v 1908 I Weekly Founded, 1844 3mefeiemiciae(S!0i8(eieisoieisl ROOSEVELT NOT ILL Others on Ship Seasick During Heavy Weather. EX-PRESIDENT TAKES EXERCISE He Uses Apparatus Energetically In Gymnasium of the Ham burg and Takes Long Walks. On Board the Steamship Hamburg, at Sea, Via Wireless to Slasconsct, Mans., March 25. Ex-President Itoosc rclt is proving himself a good, sailor In heavy weather, he being one "of the few on board who are not troubled with seasickness. While others are in a more or less Invalided condition, he is as well as ever, in the best of spirits, never miss es a meal and takes strenuous exer cise. Before breakfast he paced the deck 100 times. Ho took a kindly interest In the other passengers who were less fortunate, stopping at their chairs and uttering a few snappy sentences to cheer ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 March 1909

THE CITIZEN mUintD EVEBY WEDNK8DAT AHB FBIDAY BT the cmzEN ruBUsnnro coutaht. Altered as second-class matter, at the post office, Honesdale, Pa. . B. HATtDENBEItOH. - - PRESIDENT Vf. W. WOOD. - - MANAGER AND SECY , BIEECTORS: C B. DORFUSOKK. M. B. AIXEX. BEXBY WILSON. E. II. IIAHDEJOIEEOII. W. W. WOOD. BDBSCRIPTION: $1.50 A TEAR. IN ADVANCE FRIDAY, MARCH 2G, 1B0D. Evolution of the Peacemaker. Recently Berlin apprised the world Jn no uncertain tones that Germany Is Interested In the Balkan question. Evi dently the kaiser has learned through his little tilt with the public that It is better by long odds to say n strong thing occasionally than to keep feed ing out sensations. In all his utter ances on International affairs the Ger man emperor has been consistent with the old doctrine of the realm that n nation can have peace only when It can command respect. That was when Germany saw possible enemies In Its continental neighbors. Now when the Ualser speaks for Germany as a world power ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 March 1909

CENT A WORD COLUMN BRAMAN has some splendid Native and Western horses for all in excellent condition at Allen House Bam. 25tf FEMALE HELP for all kinds of bouse work in summer hotel and boardinc houses, also ceneral house workers in small families. Employment uureau, 15 Clements fit- S3U Liberty. . Y. AUCTION.-The Undersigned will sell at Public Sale, on the Murray farm In Cherry Rldce township. Tuesday. March 30th.com mencine at I r. M- the following property, vie 15 good cows, one reel stored liolstcln bull.) years old. I ycarlins heifer. 1 yearlins bull, two-year-old colt, three-year-old colt, mil nrooa mare with loai, coou worn ixirre. poou Oweeo lumber waron. nearly new. Terras of Sale: Six months' credit with ludsment note ana approved security. u. a. iikuukb. AMOS WAKD. Auctioneer. 2M1 FOR KENT, store next to Kldceway1 fltudio. now oerunlcd br the CVwincrat I IV fttote. A cood chance for a pood inert han to continue tlielnmiuess nr tti Mart any otlie; rood business, l'ossessl...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 March 1909

Hi!:, SHACKLETOH'8 FEAT PEAISED. GIFT-TO MRS. ROOSEVELT. TALK ON COAL STRIKE TODAY. AN ETIQUETTE HINT. NEW SPRING HATS. PKOFESSIOKAX, OARtMB. Lieutenant' Trip Near 3outh Pole Stir European Scientists. London. March 25. Lieutenant Er nest II. Shaekleton's achievements and discoveries In the antarctic region havt brought a cliorus of praise and admi ration from other explorers, geogra phers and scientists. Louis Charles BernacchL who wa physicist to the Discovery antarctic ex pedition In I'JOl-GM, says that Shackle ton's sledge Journey of 120 days undei the conditions was one of the most magnificent feats in the annals o) polar exploration. A man working In the arctics re quires thirty-six ounces of food dally, but the Shackleton party cut them selves down to twenty ounces. Whal that means, he declared, only those experienced can understand. Two hun dred and fifty pounds dragged by eacb man was a fearful load. Sir. Beroacchl Is of the opinion thai the geological and other results of t...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 March 1909

raett Scml-W.cckly Fonndedi Wayne County Organ 1908 of the Weekly Founded, 1844 REPUBLICAN PARTY 66th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY,. MARCH 31, 1909. NO. 26 WOMAN A WITNESS Miss Baird Tells How She Saw Electrocution. NEVER WILL FORGET THE HORROR She Says Mrs. Fanner Showeo Amazing Fortitude and Nev er Faltered For a Sin gle Second. Auburn, X. Y., March 30. Miss Ag nes Balnl, one of the live women wit nesses at the electrocution of Mrs Mary Farmer, gives the following de scrlptlon of the scene in the dcatl. chamber In the prison here: "As soon as we entered the dcatt chamber Captain Patterson went tc the condemned row door, tapped foui times with his stick, and the dooi opened. "Heading the death march to tht chair were Father Hlckey and bis as Distant. Preceding Mrs. Farmer wcr Mrs. Dunntgnn and Miss Gorman. A ghostlike color overspread Mrs. Farm er's face. She had chosen a neat fit ting black dress for her death. Be low the right knee was a silt which made easy the app...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 March 1909

MRS. FARM m DIES INC Woman Electrocuted at Auburn Prison. CONFESSES GUILT. Pathetic Interview With Doomed Husband. LAST HOUR SPENT IN PRAYER Jamas Farmer, Who Is Also Under Sentence of Death For a Share In tho Killing of Mrs. Sarah Brennan, Is Allowed to See His Wife Before She Pays $he Penalty She Is Driven In a Carriage to the Men's "Death Row," and the Pair Remain Together For About an Hour Current of 1,840 Volts and Seven and a Half Am peres Used by State (Electrician. James Farmer Asks Priest to Have the Body Decently Buried. Auburn, N. Y., March 29. While her husband, James I. Farmer, himself under sentence of death, sat In an ad joining cell iu the men's ward, Mrs. Mary Farmer was electrocuted today In the state prison here for the mur der of her neighbor, Mrs. Sarah Bren nan, of which both were found guilty. There was no hitch in the electrocu tion. Mrs. Farmer and her husband met in linal communication at daybreak to day, tho woman being taken over to the men's prison for t...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 March 1909

METHODIST EPISCOPAL CONFERENCE. Honesdaie District Report Presented by Superin tendent M. D. Fuller. MANY CHURCH DEBTS HAvTbEEN PAID DURING THE PAST YEAR. Cherry Ritlgc the Only Charge tlint has not Spent Something for Betterment During Year. Following is the report In lull of Su perintendent Kev. M. D. Fuller, in charge of the Honesdaie District, sis read in conference on Thursday last : To the Presiding Bishop and Members of the Wyoming Annual Conference': My dear Fathers and Brethren : In making this my fourth annual report, I desire to return thanks to our Heavenly Father for the blessings which He has bestowed upon myselt, the pastors and laymen of the district, and the grace und strength which He lias given to those who have been afflicted during the year now closing. In some rcspectB this has been the most dilllcult year of the four. Money has been scarce and the brethren have found it dilllcult to raise their apportion ments fur the benevolences. Also in some canes it has be...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 March 1909

THE CITIZEN vcausnED evert Wednesday and fbidat bt THE CITIZEN rCBLISniNQ COMPANY. Entered as second-class matter, at thepost olllce, Honesdale, Pa. XL B. IIAKDENBKKQ1I. - - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - - MANAGER AND SKC'Y DIRECTORS : a II. DORFMNOER. M. 1). ALLKIf. nXHRY WILSON. E. 11. IIARDENDERQII. W. W. WOOD. WENESDAY, MARCH 31, 1009. Much space has been devoted in local journals during the past week to the proceedings of the Wyoming Methodist Episcopal Conference, which has just losed its labors at Tittston. To many it is not known that the-Methodist Epis copal church is the largest religious body among American Protestants having a centralized authority. Baptists rank higher numerically, but their policy is congregational. The Methodist Episcopal ohurch, as statistics for 1008 show, has 10,430 ministers, 14,7411 local preachers, ml 3,:t"(l,88H members, including !M8,- 073 on probation. In Methodist Sunday schools nre 3,088,248 pupils and 3111,(107 dicers and teachers ; deaths durin...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 March 1909

CENT A WORD COLUMN WANTED. A good company writing MtrttiMfinmA mtj tn nil rwvnnntlnnR Acs special agent to handle (arm, county nd town trade. Good pay. Can handle as a Bide Mne. Address, Box 151. Scranton, Pa. FOU RENT Oil SALE.-Dwelllng, house, orner Court and Eighth streets, 26 H. Z. Russei.x, CLEVELAND Hay Horse, six years old, 1(1 kandsand one-hall Inch high, line looking, sorol, right every way. Price, $223. 26 I)r. Noble, Wnymart. WANTED. A good sized house to rent In Aonesdale. W. W. Wood. URAMAN has some splendid Native and Western horses for sale all In excellent con ltlon at Allen House Hum. 23tf FEMALE HELP for all kinds of house work in summer hotel and boarding, houses, also general house workers In small families. Employment Bureau. 15 Clements St.. 25t4 Liberty. Js. N. FOU SALE The 'Hums' Uasgugc and Mall Business managed for the, past forty years by II. II. Whitney, owlni? to IO lllliess Will uu nwiu absolutely to the right party riven at once. rosseHsiim 21tl LAWN F...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 March 1909

JUOttHOttUOSUDaUBVUUWyww . 0?e Younger Set By ROBERT W. CHAMBERS, Author of "THE FIGHTINQ CHANCE," Etc. Copyrighted, 100", by Hobert W. Chambers. SYNOPSIS OF PRECEDING CHAPTE11S Ciiap. 1-Keturnlng from Manila. Captnln Seiwyn, formerly of tho army, is welcomca home by hla sister, Nina Gerard, her wealthy husuaiiu Austin, and their numerous icti; u ren. Klleen Krroll. ward of Miia and Austin, Is part of their household. Selyln haeen divorced, without guilt on hi? part, uy his wife. Allxe, who Is now the wife of Jack Kuthvcu. with whom she ran away from Selwvn. II-Eileen, who Is very fond of her brother, Gerald, despite the young man s neglect of tier, makes friends with Seiwyn Jlf-iierald is worried about young hrroll's mingling in the fast set. (k-rald s employ ed by Julius Neergard, a rcale state operator tnalnrueway. Seiwyn promises Klleen lie will look alter her brother. He tells her about Hoots Lansing, his army chum In Manila, who Is coming to New ork. In the park Klleen and Hel...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 March 1909

EASTER DECORATIONS Eggshells Transformed Into a Number of Little Gifts. AN INGENIOUS AUTOMOBILE. The Invalid's Tray Made Gay For Her on Easter Morning Flower Vasei Filled With Small Flowers and Tiny Vines. These ideas for Easter are original, Inexpensive and very effective. The making Is all so simple and easy that almost with a touc common eggshells may be transformed Into the various little gifts. You can In a moment make a dainty flower vase that Is actu ally capable of holding water and In Which fresh flowers may bo kept, as In an ordinary vase. Have ready three half eggshells as nearly ns possible of the same size and fasten them In a straight row on a THE AUTOMOBILE. narrow strip of pasteboard with drops of hot sealing wax. Place the shells closo together with sides touching. Pour a little water into the shells, fill them with cither flowers or tiny vines, clover leaves and blades of grass, and you will be charmed with the result of your efforts. Four of these vases stnndlng'a...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 March 1909

Correspondence Items Gathered by THE CITIZEN STAFF Slko. Makch 29t)i. After an absence of six weeks, on account of measles, Emily Bates returned to her work at Seelyville, and John Hates reopened his school at Smith Hill to-day. Their sister, Vera, reopened her school at Dyberry, March 22d. Calvin Kimble has gone to Hoboken to work at his trade, that of a carpen ter. Fred. Eldred and family have moved to A. T. Searle's farm. Khvin Smith expects to move on his farm near the Hose Hill school house this week. Hismarck Irwin is under the doctor's care at the home of .1. W. Ridd. Mrs. Hiram Comfort and daughter, Stella, visited 'the former's brother, Les ter Keesler, at Galilee, on Sunday. Nearly everyone is busy making maple syrup. Daisy Kimble recently visited her sis ter, Mrs. Roland Bates, at Waymart. Steene. March 20th. At the present writing sap is running freely. Friday and Sat urday of last week ,1. E. Haley gathered almost twelve barrels. Our butcher, Mr. Arthur is kept busy han...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 April 1909

ttfaett X - 3 Semi-Wcckly Fonadcdf 'p Wayne Coanty Orgaa 1 1908 oi lac Weekly Founded, 1844 REPUBLICAN PARTY j sosteiaaeieBeiaBeie HONESDALE, "WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1909. 66th YEAR. NO. 27 T He Owes $1,594,000 and Lays Ruin to Kieran. US ASSETS ARE ONLY $7530 Eatber McMa&cn Became a Director In the El Fated Fidelity Foal ing Company and Sor rowed Large Suss. Cleveland, O., April L The ILev. "William McMahon, pastor of St Bridg et's Catholic church find editor of tbe Catholic Universe, filed a Toluntary petition In bankruptcy in the United States court, attributing his ruin to dealings with Patrick J. Kieran. In tbe petition his total liabilities are stated to be 9L59L1IL with assets ag gregating $7507. of which $71300 is real estate. The secured claims amount to $944923, unsecured claims $37L207 and commercial paper $1834418. Father McMahon became a director of the Fidelity Funding company of New York, founded by P. J. Kieran, which now is in the hands of receiv ers. ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 April 1909

THE CITIZEN IRUtntD KTERT WEDKZSDAT AitD r EI DAT BT tiie cmzcc roBusitrao compact. micrea u wrona-ciass mailer, ai ineposi-i ...VI II . 1 Il I K. B.HARDENBEHGH. - - FltESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - - MANAGER AND SECY directors: c n. DoxrLccGCR. m. n. allex. PISIT WILSOX. E. D. HABDEtBEEOII. W. W. WOOD. SOBSCKIPTION: tlSO A TEAR. IN ADVANCE I FRIDAY APRIL, 2, 1909. Two Rates of Tariff. Among the radical changes In the tariff policy proposed by the Payne bUl the maximum and minimum fea ture Is one that would be likely to lead to misconception and misunder standing at the beginning. If enacted Into law the principle will enable the administration to make heavy discrim inations against the products of those nations whose tariff regulations dis criminate against us. The United States can reciprocate by admitting one nation's goods at minimum rates end can retaliate by adding 20 per cent to the imports from a nation wWch docs not favor us. Germany maintains a very Ingenious method of tariff disc...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 April 1909

i rPNT a wnon rni iimn FOR RENT. Btoro next to Kldceway's Stadlo, formerly occupied by the Co-operative Btoro. Good chance for a good merchant to continue the business or to start any other rood business. Possession clvcn April 1st. Enquire at Btuillo. Kt2 A COT PRICE on Photographs. For a limited timer Kour dollar Cabinets of babies at $1.50 per dozen : crown people. $2.00 per dozen, Iollar-n-ilozen postals at 50cts., at Kldceway's Studio. '7t2 MOITT.riTVRa rhnon nr Ilr-nr tnfrntnAiitiv size picture, at Kidgewny's Studio. Z7t2 WANTED. A bikmI company writing best nick, accident and natural death inmcy on artb same rate to all occupations desire special uccnt to handle farm, county and town trade, (ioodpny. Can handle as a side Hnc. Address, llox 151. Scranton, l'a. FOR KENT OK SAl.E.-Dwelllm; house, orner Court and Eighth streets, 20 ll.Z. KtTSSKM.. A CUT PRICE on developing amateur pic tures. Six exposure nim. any sire, 10 cents : printing up to -1x5, and mounting prints, i cents,...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 April 1909

Ike SPORTING WORLD Padoubny May Vllt America. Another giant foreign wrestler Is to visit this country In quest of money nnd fame. The recent successes of the two famous grapnlcrs, Ernest Siegfried, "the German Onk," and Yussllt Mah mout, the Bulgarian, who is matched to wrestle Frank Gotch for the cham pionship of the world, have caused lvnn Padoubny, the giant llusslan wrestler. to announce his intention of coming to America early In the summer to try to secure a match with this country'. best mat artlstB. Padoubny Is six feet seven Inches In height and welgh3 'oUU pounds. Out-of the last six great wrestling carnivals held in ParlB the giant wrestler has won five and would have captured the sixth, but ho was unable to be present. Philadelphia Americans' New Park. Built of steel nnd concrete, with n seating capacity of 20,000 nnd stand ing room upon nnd about It for 27, 000 more, the Philadelphia American league's new baseball grand stand Is the greatest In the world and far and awa...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 April 1909

ttatt - T Semi-Weekly Founded: Wayne County Organ 1908 of the ' Weekly Founded, 1844 REPUBLICAN PARTY j 66th YEAR. HONESDALB, WAYNE CO., PA., "WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 1909. NO. 28 VOTE ONJARIFF. Friday, April 9, Named b House Rule. SIXTEEN VOTES TO SPARE Committee on Rules Wins Easily Clark of Florida Scores Bryan In Debate Mrs. Taft In terested Speotator. Washington, April C It was decided by the house of representatives tc take a final vote on the Payne tarln bill on April 0 at 3 o'clock in the after noon. The long expected resolution from the committee on rules closing general debate, providing for certain com mittee amendments and a full and free opportunity to alter the lumbei and hides schedules, was reported and adopted with sixteen votes to spare notwithstanding the desertion oi twenty Republicans. Four of the sixteen votes came from the Louisiana delegation, who likewise broke away from their party. Pre vious to the adoption of the resolution there was some severe criticism ol ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 April 1909

-- ROOSEVELT LAND Warmly Welcomed on Hi Arrival at Naples. KING SENDS CORDIAL GREETING Duke of Aosta Meets Visitor on Behalf of Victor Emmanuel, and Kaiser Also Sends Best Wishes. Naples, April 15. The steamship Hamburg, from New York, with ex president Theodore ltoosevelt and his African hunting party on board, ar rived here today after n voyage which was on the whole pleasant, although the ship was delayed by storms the last two clays. The UuUe of Aosta on behalf of King Victor Emmanuel warmly welcomed Colonel UoosevcU to Italy and deliv ered a message from the king to the effect that the latter would like to make his acquaintance and would lwvu taken steps to do so had not Mr. ltoosevelt expressed it desire to travel as a private citizen. Ambassador Grlscom was one of the llrst to board the Hamburg, having come from Home especially to meet Mr. ltoosevelt. The latter was delight ed to see the American ambassador, and they engaged- in a long and pleas ant conversation. ruder Instru...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 April 1909

RAH ! RAH ! RAH ! (Continued from page 4.) PENNSYLVANIA IN ART. MISS GRACE 1IANLAK. Environment helps to make an artist. The beautiful fields, fertile valleys, rip pling brooks, and lofty mountains in spire a painter with the thoughts for which he finds expression on canvas. The greatest artists loved nature. Take, for example, Millet andCorot, for whom the woods, flowers and fields had a pe culiar charm and upon whose paintings they exerted much influence. This is remarkably true in the case of the lat ter, who, during his wanderings through the Forest of Fountainbleau, and around the Villc D'Avray, stored up valuable impressions for his future pictures. Pennsylvania lacks no natural beauty. Its fields are the greenest j its lakes the clearest ; its flowers the most perfect and if these surroundings inspire a pain ter, the grand, old Keystone State should rank among the foremost in art. Upon examining the lists of the world's most renowned artists, and finding the names of Benjamin...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 April 1909

THE CITIZEN WBLI8QKD EVERT WEDNEBDAT AND FRIDAY BY THE CITIZEN rUBLIBDINQ COMPANY. Kntered as second-class matter, at the post office, Honesdale, Pa. It. B. nARDENBERGH. - - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - - MANAGER AND SECY directorb: o. n. dorfmkqer. m. b. allen. IIKNBY WILBON. E. B. 1IARDENBER0H. W. W. WOOD. SUBSCRIPTION: $1.50 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY AFIUL, 7, 1909. The income tax law just adopted by "France follows the English law in ex empting working men's incomes and in adopting a sliding scale reaching a max iinum of four per cent, on the largest incomes. The law promisestobo popu lar inasmuch as in addition to raising more money for expenses it will also load to the repeal of a number of vex atious taxes. Constitutional provision against class discrimination would prob ably operate against a graded income tax in this country. Monarchs greet each other with a kiss on the cheek and vow eternal friend ship, and diplomats talk eloquently of peace, and all that is well', but gover...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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