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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 21 March 1900

CHOICE Vegetables will always find a ready market?but only that farmer can rai.se them who has studied the great secret how to ob? tain both quality and quantity by the judicious use of well balanced fertilizers. No fertil? izer for Vegetables can produce a large yield unless it contains at least 8^ Potnsh. Send for our books, which furnish full information. We send them free of charge. GERMAN HALI WORKS, L l .".'.I'-.. S ? Vant. For Thk Gazette. 'THE MAN WITH THE HOE." Ur. Edwin Markham, cf C ak and, Cal., inspired by a view of tbe "Ange lui," Lau, iv der tiio abo\e caption, written a p em on tbe laboring man, which has attracted nome atUn*ion. He take* a pessimistic view of the bumble toils of 1 fe, and for tbe simple iea?or\ tbat be looks throu.h a Usp, ?cct of relipion, bat cf rationalism Hence the following line*:? J, too, bave feen thi '-Angelus," Tbat master piece most beauteous, Por raying, as the curfew pealed, Tbe pliessant's prayer-pose far-afield. With sun-browned forehe...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 28 March 1900

af XINGTON Vol.%aNo 13* Lexington, Itockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, March 28, 1900. <{ MM a Year MRS. BREWER REOOM FOR GRIP Al ?*-"?.;YJr:.mY^> _:rr-:V* -^rS.-.'^m.'.- i ttamm^**, -:'?%<&g: Thc nome of Mrs. Lizzie M In a lotter to Pr. Hartman concerning tba merits of Pe-ru-na, Mrs. Brewer writes, among other things: WaCaTTBaUaTj lt. I. "Dear Dr. Hartman?I find Pe-ru-na a sure cure for all catarrhal affections bo common in this part of the country. It cures a cold at once. There is no cough medicine that can at all equal Pe-ru-na. As for la grippe, there ls no other rem? edy that can at all compare- with Pe ru-na. "I am among tho sick a great deal in our city and have supplied many in? valids tvith Pc-ru-na, eimply because I am enthusiastic in my faith as to its re? sults. I have never known it to fail to quickly and permanently remove that demoralized state of tho human ?jBtem which follows la grippe. "la all cases of extreme weakness J uso Pe-ru-na with perfect...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 28 March 1900

?aw---_ <T THE?GAZETTE,")* PUBLISHED BT) Barolny cto Oonipmiy, Entered at the Postoffice at Lexington, Va as socond-clase matter. Umttkkli .VDVERriSEMENTB fl 00 per loci tor ?*rut iiis-rtlon anti 60c. for each ea.tatiau:*:iCa*. thereafter. ANNOUNCEMENT. 7*6 the Democrats of the Tenth District: I hereby announce to the voters of the Tenth Congressional District that I am a candidate for the nomination for congressman from this district by the Democratic party in convention assembled. I respectfu ly ask the support cf my fell aw-citizens of tho dis riot rt precinct meetiugs when held. E. H. Babclay. '^*n*annn>^Saj(anaaaaaaaaaaa^aaaajaaaaa A NATIONAL SHA Mt*. The rovernment in power at Wa?h i' gton, dec ares the Boston Pos<-, took Porto Rico from Spain a flourishing <o!ony and ha-i brought it in thi* short pp' ce of time to a oon.litionof pauper? ism and di-jtres*. Tbe Post says: '?The petition ndopte 1 at the mass meeting of 10,000 porsom cal VJ by ihe S n Juan Chamber of ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 28 March 1900

Ni lc. laarge pntclirtvf. of the tverer'.l'n trawl (hmai /or a nickel. Still grenier e-ct'iiomy in nVpoutX! pavc.Ege. All grocers. Mueie only ly THK II. K. FAIRBANK COMPAI Chicago. BU Loni*, New York. Bof-ton, Phllad ZtTTuJt, Gazette is always indebted tt friends who favor it with society items and ?ta-rsttuals, but must urge that all such be sent over the signature of tho sender, Personals and Briefs. Miss Clara McCormick, of Fail field, is visiting friends in Staunton. *. S ate Treasurer A. W. Harman was at home fer several days last week. Miss Bessie Adair is viii'ing Mis. Courtney Roller in St iunton. Miss Virginia Letcher is vi>iting her bister, Mm James A. Harriscn, at the University of Yirgila. Miss Florence Ho'land, of Manches? ter, is the gueit ol Miss Mattie Gil lock. Miss Bcrsie Berger, of Gilmore's Mills, is visiting her grandmotuer, .Mi p. Joseph Kennedy. Mr. Adam Zo lmaa, % venerable and wi-ll known cit z b o South liuffj, o is confined to home by sickness. Mister J...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 28 March 1900

Farm News and Views Philadelphia Record When land has been cropped tko fliit loss (rom tne soil is in nitrogen. To return this tho farmer shouli grow green manurnl rropB to be plowed undtr, and Hurt- are no <ropi equal to clover and cow peas for euch purpoie. To kill a tie* without diggiag it up dig around the trunk, amoving as rcai:ch eo'd as possible. Get two or three pound* of sulphuric acid (Lainjc, carefuMy) and pour it around the trep. If one upplijation does not accomplish tbo purpose repeat it. There are about fifty difle ent kindi of insect** that attack garden crops, xxbih nea*ly 200 kinds at ack the vine? yards and orchauds. Eifferent t?p cies aro attracted to thb plants suited to the wanls of their oflspring, and are ?sometimes repelled by odors which, lo then, indicate dangoi. The keroai-^ emulsion should always contain a in*a' pioperlion of crud* carbone acid,whieh wi 1 add to i 8 efficiency by id power? ful odir. The cost of cooking the food of itcc' is the great d...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 4 April 1900

THE LEXINGTON GAZETTE. Vol. 96. No 14. aa? i ? i -c' Lexington, I.ockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, April 4, 1900._^LSOitYear STATE NEWS. CANCER Cannot be Cut Out or Removed with Plasters Surgical operations and flesh destroying plasters are useless, painful aud dangerous, and besides, never cure Cancer. No matter how often a cancerous sore us removed, another comes at or near the lame point, and always in a worse (omi. Does not this prove conclusively that Cancer is a Me xxl disease, and that it is folly to attempt to cure this deep-seated, dangerous blood trouble by cutting or burning out the sore, which, after all, is only au outward sign of the disease?a place of exit for thc poison ? Cancer runs in families through many generations, and those v hos-* ancestors have been afflicted with it are liable at any time to be stricken with the deadly malady. Only Blood Diseases can be Transmitted from One Generation to Another ?further proof that Cancer is a disease of the blood. To...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 4 April 1900

. a a ia* ii ? a <T"THE~GAZETTE. > ruBi.i-r-HKn nx', nrtr?3l.ty ??*?"* Compftiif. Enteared at tho Postoffice at Lexington, Va as second-class matter. LEttAI* ADVERTISEMENTS ifl 00 per lucia ftii* Hist ins,'ition and 50c. for each c-jatinuauo theraaftW. ANNOUNCEMENT. To the Democrats- of thc Tenth District: I hereby announce to the voters of tho Tenth Congressional District that I am a candidate for the nomination for congressman from this district by the Democratic party in convention assembled. J rpspedfuly ask the support of nay fell iw-citizens of the div ri cf r precinct meetings when held. E. H. Barclay. THE VALUATION LAW UNCON? STITUTIONAL. Hich noi dj Va.. March 30.?The Court of Appeals 10-day unanimously decided the Com-missioner of Valuation a: t unconstitutional, as it carried an appropriati >n and no reccrde 1 vote was taken in tbe Legislature. Evidence of the complete surrender of McKinley and his followers te the imp<riaiistio element in tbe Republiean party...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 4 April 1900

Which Matf theBetL The housewife's duties arc realize. Cleaning alone ia a cot strength, a never-ended task. IVI ?work of cleaning she can have da ?will, and the expense will be Does the bc thain any oti and cheaply THE N. Chicago. St.: UftTTiiK Gazette ls always indebted to friends who favor it with society items and personals, but must urge that all such be sent over thc signature of thc sender, Personals and Briefs. Mrs. W. A. Irvine is visiting Mis. C. W. Irvine in Cbarlottesville. Dr. Jame* Lewis Howe will occupy the pulpit of Trinity Metho li-t church on next Stinday rooming. Airs. Carson li. Dui rows, io visiting the family cf Colonel Sittlington, of Bath county. Mr. M. Miley was al Hollins Insti? tute hut wefk phctographing the voting Indies of the schoo'. Vita Lelia H( lme? left this m >rning for Newport Njvs, Norfolk and Rich mood. Mrs. Harry P, Rhodes ha> ret .rna i fr-'iu a\i it to her parents in Albemarle 11 unty. Mii?s Lulie Set', who bas b en visit iBg Mrs, L P....

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 4 April 1900

TWO hundred bushels of Potatoes remove eighty pounds of "actual" Pot? ash iVon. thc soil. One thou? sand pounds of a fertilizer con? taining 8% "actual" Potash will supply just the amount needed. If there is a de? ficiency of Potash, there will be a falling-o.Tin the crop. We have some valuable books telling about composi? tion, use and value of fertilizers for various crops. They are sent free. GE*.*MAN KALI WORKS, 1,3 Nassau St., New York. Farm News and Views Philadelphia Record D iring the spring high winds fie qusntly prevail, and it is a risk then to keep 1ree8 or plants above ground; tbat is, to expose their routs, as tl ev quickly drv if the wind reaches t Jena. Keep the roots wet anl un ler sheller. 01 put the trees or plan's in the groun I as soo** ai it can be done. An hour\ exposure may cause failure with a young tree. Beets, turnips and s-milar cror** contain about one per cent, of albu minolds, but they also consist of about ninety paris water. This loaves about ten per...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 11 April 1900

931' Vol. 96a No 15. Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, April ll, 1900. <{ $1,50 a Year BLOOD POISON. lu some cases the external sign* of Contagious Blood Poison are so slight th?t the victim is firmly within tho grasp of thc monster hcfore the true nature of the disease is known. In other cases ute blood is quickly filled with this poisonous vims and the swollen glands, mucus patcher* in the mouth, sores ou scalp, ulcers on tongue, sore throat, eruptions on skin, copper colored splotches, and falling hair and eyebrows leave no room for doubt, as these are all unmistakable signs of Contagious Blood Poison. Mercury AMD Potash Make Wrecks, Doctors still prescribe mercury and potash vs the only cure for Blood Poison. These poisonous min- ililli (lill CS erals never yet made a complete and permanent cure of Contagion* Blood Tolson. They dri>?-.- the disease w*M wr*\P back into the system, cove.- it up for a while, but it breaks out again In worse form. These powerf...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 11 April 1900

...- ....-m*aW <._T, , ,i i .i'm amt anai ii", r * t ' " *'| THE*GAZETTEr> ?anaaai ? - '?' ? - ' ' ? ' " ' ' '** * rCBLISHID ST) Barclay ct? Oorxug^tuTX.-y-. Intered st the Postoffice at Lexington, Va as second-class matter. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 00 per Inefi for first insertion and 00c. for each ?untlnuauce thereafter. ANNOUNCEMENT. To the Democrats of the Tenth District: I hereby announce to the voters ol the Tenth Congressional District that I am a candidate for the nomination for congressmae from this district by the Democratic party in convention assembled. I respectfully ask th* support of my fell >w-*iti*ens ef th* elistrict. cr pr*oinct ???tings when held. E. H. Barclat. DEMOCRATS, TAKE WARNING 1 The R publican o*ngr*??ion*l eon van tion lor thia aiistrict at JtnaoiiaBaka last week declared tbe opposition of that party to a proposition to call a constitutional eonvention. It may be assumed as certain that the whole strength of th* Republican organiza? tion will be...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 11 April 1900

- WI 8ta field and ready to serve ten years we know just pie both in quality an Rockbridge county rye the best whiskey sold ii gallon. Write for price HARM. The Leading Liquor Dealers, *TT*i Gazkttk is al trays Indebted to friends who favor lt with society item* and personals, but must urge that all such be sent over the signature of the sender, j? | , - Personals and Briefs. Hiss Ann* Brigg?, of Winchester, is the {vest of Kies Bessie Larrck. Ui?a Daisy Points, ef B;*bmond, ii visiting b*r sister, Ur*. J L. Fitz. Th* man with the he* can now ge a job. Ur*. T. E. McOorkl* is the guest of friends ia Richmond. Mis* Sallie Ora-* died of pneumonia lasl nigh, at the residence of Dr. W..i. Buffner, ne tr Lexington,. Mr. John Deaver, of Roanoke, was the guest of ait. ?.ar*ui?, Mi. and Mit, T. H. Dearer, last week. Mr. C. R. K. Varur l*ft thi* wee. for Baltimnre wher* Le will bpeud several we*ka Miss Mane, ta Holmes, of Newport New*, is visiting h?r pei ants, i!r. aid Mr*. Joseph B. Holme*....

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 11 April 1900

f ,,- ?^t r1- J J* I . IjVV' ?? .i? r ?' * ? I* T%?-? ' ' ??*Um,1t,, ? I1* HOI CE Vegetables J will SflVays find a ready market?but only that farmer can ;. r them who has studied the g-reat secret how to ob? tain both quality and quantity by the judicious usc of well balanced fertilizers. No fertil? izer for Vegetables can produce a large yield unless it contains at least 8% Potash. Send for our books, which furnish full information. We send them free of charge. GERMAN' KALI WORKS, 93 tUtma St., New York. DRUMMERS' CVTCHY SlYlNGS. You cannot *erve God aad women. Of two evils choose the prettier. Whore there's a woa't there's a way. Nonsense make* the h??rt grow fonder, "\Yho3oe/er thy hand fiadest to do. do with thy might. Tho wages of sin is a'imsny. He who lores and rans away May live to love another day, Sonne schemes are like mouse tr ups, easy to enter, but Bet easy to get out of* A still man is dangereus. C-*nsur* fnd disgrace never cured evil habits, but multiplies them. To c...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 18 April 1900

THE LEXINGTON Ga? SB Vol. 96. No 16. Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, April 18, 1900. <| $1,50 a Year RHEUMATISM "SMS Is due to an acid poison which gaius access to the blood through failure of thc proper <j|| 11 VII O Vvllll-iv* organs to catTj* off and keeep the system clear of all morbid, effete matter. This poison through the general circulation is deposited in the joints, muscles and nerves, causing the moat intense pain. Rheumatism may attack with tsuch suddenness and severity as to make within a few days a healthT, active pierson helpless and ber-d-ridden, with distorted limbs and shattered nerves; or it mar be Acm Ita developing, with slight wandering pains, Just severe enough to make one feel uncomfortable; the ten dency in such cases is to jfrow worse, and finally become chronic. Like other blood diseases, Rheumatism is often inherited, .ind exposure to dampor cold, want of pretoet lood., insufficient clothing, or anything calculated to impair the h...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 18 April 1900

The Gazette, P-JBUBHBD BT "ja arr ol ?r? y tts Oompftray, Entered at the Postoffice at Lexington, Va*. aa second-claims matter. LEO.VL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 00 per i ic i fen- I rat ina-.rtlon and 50c. toreaeh oeiatinuauc-* thereafter. ?VNNOUNCEMENT. ro the DemoM-ats of the Tenth District: I hereby announce to the voters of the Tenth Congressional District that I am a candida :e for the nomination for congressman from this district by the Democratic party in convention assembled. I r-'epeetfuily ask the upport ot my follow -citizens of the district. Qi precinct meetings when held. E. H. Baiclat, CONS 1ITUTICNAL CON VjsNTION. I ha e boen freq eently a ked to pub? licly exp:e-n my view.-i ae to the pro? vo el cons itutiond convention. I am in favor of a convention to amend the odious Underwood Ceastituticn. But I ti ink the work of the convention ffhould be submitted to a vote of the people for adoption or rejection at tke polls, E. H. Barclay. SOVEREIGNTY. Tho only absolute and unlimited...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 18 April 1900

Wh field and ready to serve ten years we know just pie both in quality anc Rockbridge county rye the best whiskey sold in gallon. Write for price lill The Leading Liquor Dealers, tiTTH Gazette is always Indebted to friends who favor lt with society items and personals, but must urge that all such be sent over the signature of the sender. Personals and Briefs. Mis. Sallie Pitzer is visiting fruiids in Washington. Miss Louise Fuller spent the Easter holidays bb tbe guest of tbe Misses napkins, of Boat oks. Miss Nellie Brown, of Winchester, is the guest of Miss Louiso Brccken brough. Miss Boss Tuesrer and M ss Frances Dillon spent tlie Easter )>oli<Jay? at the University of Virginia. Mi6s Hal'ie Alexander, of Cumlee Town, W. Va., is Twiting the Misses Wilrson. Mr. William Full*, r has gone te Birm? ingham, Alabama, where he will en? gage in business. Mr. O. C. Brewer, of Pulaski, was tbe guest this week of Mr. L. M. Hum? phris. The fami y of Mr. G. M. Bodell have r*.moved from Le...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 18 April 1900

SUFFERED TWENTY-FIVE YEARS. Cured Permanently by the American Catarrh Rem? edy, Pe-ru-na. MR. AND MRS. J. 0. ATKINSON, INDEPENDENCE, MO. Mr. John O. Atkinson, Independence, Mo., in * recent letter to Dr. Hartman, says:" My wife had been Buffering from a complication of diseases for 26 years. "Her casa had baffled the skill of eome of the most noted physicians. One of ker worst troubles wm chronic constipa? tion of several years' standing. She also suffered with general debility and paroxysm*!?sometimes as often as als or ?ight times a day. At this time she wm passing through that most critical period In the life of woman?change of life. "In June, 1895,1 wrote to yon about her case. Ton adrlsed a course of Pe ru-na and Man-a-lin. wlftch we at once commenced, and hare to say it hu com? pletely cured her. She firmly believe* that abe would hare been dead only for these wonderful remedies. ?'About the same time I wrote you about my own case of catarrh, which wm of 25 years' standing, an...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 25 April 1900

I LEXINGTON <? CA I jr' Wajt* Vol. 9(3. N-> 17 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, April 25, 1900. *! $1,50 a Year catarrh: FORERUNNER OF CONSUMPTIONS Few realize what a deep-seated, obstinate disease Catarrh is, recording it as a simple inflammation af the nose and throat, little or no attention is given it. Hut, however insignificant it may seem at first, it is serious and far-reaching in its results. Thc foul secretions entering the circul.it in*, poiaon the entire system. The stomach, kidneys ? in fact all the organs- feel the effect of this catanhal poison, mid when the lungs are reached its progress is rapid and (lest nu*ti ve, .iud finally ends in Consumption. It frequently happens ihat the senses of heal .ell nu- in part or entirely lotst, tlie soft bones of the nose eaten into ana destroyed, causing intense ..titi greatly disfiguring the face. While sprays, washes and salves may give temporary relief, no permanent benefit can be cxiiected from anch trea...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 25 April 1900

The Gazette, rCBMSHKO *T Barclay **3 OompanT' Entered at the Postofflce at Lexingtvpn, Va; ss second-class matter. LE'JAL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 00 pe: inch for fl rut Insertion and 50c. for ead oontinuauce thereafter. ANNOUNCEMENT. To the Democrats of thf Tenth District, I hereby announce to the voters ol the Tenth Congressional District tbat I am a candidate for the nominatioin for congressman from this district bj the Democratic party in conventior assembled. I respectfully esk th, snppert of my fellow-citizens ef thi district or precinct meetings wher held. E. H. Barclay. CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION, I hare been frequently a-?ked to pub? licly express my views as to the pro pe el constitution^ convention. I am in furor ef a convention to amend thi odioua Underwood Constitution. Bal I think the work ef the'eenventior should be submitted to a vote of th< ps >ple for adoption or rejsction et tke pells. E. H. Barclay. A SNAP FOR THE FEW. For small lots, farmers pay six cent per pound...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 25 April 1900

field and ready to serve ten years we know just pie both in quality ane Rockbridge county rye tlie best whiskey sold in gallon. Write for price r The Leading Liquor Dealers, "JCTmk Gazette is always indebted to friends who favor it with society items and personals, but must urge that all such be sent over the signature of tho sender. Personals and Briefs. Dr. W. H. Ruflcer is in Richata-nd, Mr. J. L. Slaughter was in Williams? burg last week on business. Mr. O. R. Painter, of Marmion, paid us a pleasant visit Thursday. Mrs. Robert Kuskle, of Pond Gap' is visiting Mrs. Charles Pele. Mba Carry Hannan is visiing Miss Ellis Glenn, at Riehmoutl, Mr. A. HilJebran 1 and wifo are the guests of Mr. T. J. Hildebrand. Mire-s Lilian Rawlings, of Raphine, was the guest of Miss Laura Pierson this week. ilre. Judge John Paul, of Hanison burg, is the guest of ber daughter, Mrs. G. D. Letcher. Miss Nannie Harris, a^ei 30 years, died at Glasgow Saturday and was buried at Falling Spring Sunday. State ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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