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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 20 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. SALT SPRINGS. Out are coming up nicely. The Methodist will have preaching here next Sunday. . Wrn McClelland IiohIiuiI corn plant ed for over two week. K I! Fulkcrson In having his dwell lug painted thin week. Win McClelland Is milTcrlug from a severe attack of the grip. We are sorrj to report J I' Fulker xon u little worse thin week. A Sweet Springs contractor will do the work on Mr Hultlus's new limine. K F Cohort and Joseph Haiders lilpM il h.igs to St. Intuit on wednes duy. Chus llucon has lnen here twice since our lust writing, trying to buy horses. Wilson lllulr, CIiuh llrowu and .1 II (nlloway hold horses this week to a Vermont buyer. Mr-) I) I. I.uinler and niece, Minn Hosteller sM'iit u fewduysof thin we k veiling frlcnils here. Mr Murtln of Marshall Is In our neighborhood thin week pliiNterlug a house for M I. Moore. I M Fulkerson win on the St. Louis market Tiicsduy with two loud of cuttle which Hold foi ft. 1.1. Mcsdumc lllulr, Thornton unil Miss I.u...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 20 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. IN THE COUNTY. BLACKBURN. Tom Cox of Kansas City was hero this week. II C Scncor utarted to Oklahoma the llrst of tho week. Mr D M Plnkerton took the train for Kansas City Tuesday. Mrs J LOoggln of Kim wood, attend ed the wedding on Tueiday. The Kastcr exercises at the Christian ehureh were very much enjoyed. John lM wards returned from Pros bytery at Indecndenco Monday. Mrs lluwlvln and children of l'ettla, arrived Inst week and visited relatives. Lewis Smith came over from Sweet Springs and sKnt Sunday with his wife. Mrs O I' Sturm visited her mint, Mrs lohn Davis of Sweet Springs this week. Itev Xorllcct preaehed a fuinous Kaster sermon at the M. K. church Sunday. Tuesday was a great day here, the day of the swell wedding and political sienklng. Misses Cora und Lydlu Wright of Mt. lconurd were shopping In our city Monday. Mrs Henry Coleman and children returned Sunday from a lengthy visit to relatives In Sweet Spring. Iloltt Wright of near M. Leonnrd is purch...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 20 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOW Fair Dealing, Low Prices and Good Goods is our motto. Our Dress Goods De- partment is the most complete we have ever had. Ladies, examine our dress - , -, f goods, we will save you from 10 to 25 per cent. Our dry goods line is complete i llT in a11 ltH Drancnes and at prices that shame competition. dlTHIIKi HMftTMfJT. It In an acknowledged fact that we arts the loadera of low prices In thla line boot m sum mmhtnht. Kvery man, young and old, knows that shoe have advanced to "beat tho band." Wo have been forlu nate In thla line, an wo bought our shoes for spring at the old price and this means a saving to our trade NAT KMITNfRT. We carry the largest line of Hats In the county and at prices that move tho Hat Remember we give coupons with every item we sell and when you have bought $25.00 worth we give you free, a solid rocker. Trade with us in 1900 and save moncv. 'Yews m low nm NORTH EAST CORNER SQUARE. M K, FARMER. SWEET SPRINGS. Cold and cloudy. Storms reort...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 20 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Manhattan CREAM OF TARTAR Baking Powder, Only absolutely pure Cream of Tar tar Baking Powder made in the West not made by any trust; belongs to no machine; indorsed by leading physicians. Pronounced by chem ists absolutely pure. Equal to any powder made in the world. Sold by all grocers. Try it once; you'll use no other. . (L 3TlurSoo 9Hatufacturitg o Manufacturers of SlWaocfc ft favoring SxtracU. 9w 6ftcs. 9Ccfa ff. KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, U- S. A. D. O. Ct Eatertiined, The D. 0. C's were entertained at their regular meeting on Tues day afternoon by McsdamesD. P. Bell, Georgie Bruce and J. S. Kcl ley, at the home of Mrs. Bell on South Odd I avenue, where the hours from 2:30 to 6, were both pleasantly and profitably spent. The excellent program consisted of vocal selections by Mrs. Charles Vanstone and Miss Fannie Fran cisco, instrumental numbers by Mrs. Lutic V. Jackson and Misses Bessie Temple and Bcrta Francisco. These artists, all so well known, were in their...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 20 April 1900

MARSHALL-'-REPUBLICAN X X X K 7. X X ammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmWmVsmasmmlaemmVH THE MIDLAND HOTEL-KANSAS CITY PROBABLE HEADQUARTERS OF MISSOURI DELEOATI0N TO NATIONAL. DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION OUR DUTY AND OUR CHANGE. . CleneralJoseph Wheeler,, who lately resigned hit seat In Con grass to return to the Philippines, bai under hit own signature contributed the following letter to the Now York magazine, Suoeeii: "We have sn empire out there In tho Pacific, with every possibility of great developemont. Having just returned from Luton, I can assure you that the archipelago is showing new life and push under the administration of tho United 8tates government. I saw evi dences on every hand of a change In affairs for the better. We should certainly hold the Islands, give them a military government for awhile, and thon educate them to tho duties of civil government. Time alone will tell how much capability they can show in this di rection; but until such developments are apparent, we ought to g...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 20 April 1900

Pd POLITICS IN MISSOURI. lAj Loo V. Stephens wu indorsed for one of the delegates-at-large to the national conven tion Monday by the Democratic conventions of Marion and Callaway counties. The Republicans of Carroll, Linn, Moni teau, Mercer, Phelps, Nodaway and Ran dolph in convention the past week instructed their delegations to the state convention for Joseph Plory for governor. There remains not the shadow of a doubt as to Ptory's nom ination upon the first ballot and that he will be named by acclamation is almost certain. Several prominent Democrats of Macon county including W. E. McCully have receiv ed letters recently from Jefferson City, urging that the state administration be indorsed at the coming county convention. If this ad vice be taken however, it will be vigorously fought by prominent Democrats of that coun ty, who do not hesitate to condemn Stephens. C. E. Washburn, Republican member of the Board of Election Commissioners of Kansas City and also chairman of the Pifth...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 27 April 1900

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. IX. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY. MISSOURI APRIL 27, 1900. NO. 12. COMPLIMENTARY TO JUDGE DAVIS. Last week Judge Samuel Davis, while holding court in Lexington, was most kindly remembered by the member of the Lafayette county bar, the occasion being his fifty third birthday of which the News remarks as fol low: Shortly lefore court opened, Justice T. J. Doling, in a few well chosen words presented Judge Davis with a box of choice Havana ci gars, as ti token of the kindly feeling existing between Judge Davis and the Lafayette coon ty bar. The Judge was somewhat surprised, but replied quite happily to Mr. Duling's presentation speech, expressing his high ap preciation of the compliment paid him by the several attorneys. Judge Davis is a most populnr gentleman with all, no satisfactorily has he discharged his every duty, not only with the attorneys, but with all who have had business in his court. Lesneur's Manual has this biographical sketch of Judge Davis: "Born ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 27 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL tEPUBllCAN. Entered at the PoitoSoe la Marshall, Mo., ai econd-olaM matter. TERMS: 11.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. PERCY H. VANDYKE, ErfHer. MARSHALL, MISSOURI, APRIL 27, I9OO. The Democratic papers of Missouri laud those who voted to refuse Quay a scat in the senate, the tint time praise was ever heaped upon Mark Hanna by his political enemies. Some "Silver Republicans" (?) in Kansas.re ccntly denounced the expansion and financial policies of the administration. They should be restrained from using the name with which they have nothing in common. The conservative people of the country will not be quick to believe that the man who re ceived the honor of a gubernatorial nomina tion and was elected by the people, is guilty of complicity in the murder of William Ooebel. "Cannot Dr. Gore run just as well tied to Stone's coat tail as to that of Stephens?" was a question put to Monday's convention by a country delegate. But the convention an swered nay. It took a ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 27 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARTIN DEFEATS WHEELER. A Cfotcly Contested Campaign Ends In a Boiiterou Con ration, With No E-i4ence of Democratic Harmony. STONE'S NAME ALMOST STAMPEDES CONVENTION. The Cunning of the Stephen Supporter- ia Their Appeal to Home PrMe-Troufttoue Days for the Machine The "Aoti." Have Their laalag. The Democratic county conven lion for the selection of Saline' h id legates to 'the State Delegate, Judicial, Senatorial anil Court of Appeals (Western district) conven- I.....1 I.. If .....(.nil It.. I U'Hini lliri III Ulllirillllll, Itftt'lIMM t in tin- eitciiit court room, lielng culled to order nt 1 1 n. in. by Chair man Cliaplmc, of the Central mm mil tec. Judge Joint A. Rich wax mnde temorary and afterward pernm ncnt chairman, K. Sam Hoys being chosen temporary secretary, sue ivtded by W. C. FUhcr as pcrinu nent oflicer, while representatives f the Democratic press were made bis assistant. A committee, composed ol n rep resentalivc from each township, was chosen to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 27 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. M. V. C. DEFEATS W. M. A. The Mfcsouri Valley College Team WIm Opealag Game of Sea on With Weatworth Mil itary Academy. The Missouri Valley College base ball team played its first game of the season with the Wentworth Military Academy of Lexington on the college campus Tuesday morn ing, Missouri Valley winning, 8 to 7. The game was arranged for Monday, but postponed on account of rain. The contest was close, but both teams showed up in good form. The lineup was as follows: Mo. Valley. Position. Wentworth. Clemen Catcher Ardtnger McCormack. . ..Pitcher McDonald Adam Flrat baito...ltVllllami McDavid. . . .Second bine. . . .Simmon Tucker .Third bane Colo Py lo ShorUtop Kvann McCloud U'ft Held Padgett M ClemenH... Center field... Andornon Dotherowo It lleld...V Williams O. K. Grecian, umpire. Score by Inning: Wentworth 0 .1 0 0 4 0 0 0 0-7 MUaourl Valloy..O 1 0 0 0 2 1 4 -8 A College of Practical Photography. A college of practical photo graphy has recently been loc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 27 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Gordoa RaeaatkM. nSBa STWWWm One of the moat elegant as well mom of the most pleasant .recep- iioiwever id our cuy w our city was inai on iwonaay aiic Mistletoe Club rooms panRlitersoftheConederacy.who nave a membership otnity of Mar-1 shad's most prominent and In- prom I flneniial ladies who have bees fully initiated into the order, and are helping in a gra.id cause. Some 300 invitations were is... sued, each member txing privileged , to Invite Bye, and a large number of Marshall's matrons and maids braved the rain, which had been falling for hours. But while it was dreary enough without, all was life and animation within, where the guests were received and presented to General Gordon, the guest of honor, by the D O. C.'a, who were untiring in their efforts to make the affair a grand success. , A fine musical program, by the talent of Marshall, was given, each number of which set-wtd the best, and the Ariel quartet, who were, first on the program, deserve spe-i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 27 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN RICF. Mahard ft Sob's bug-11-lta CalLand gles. If you want ft baggy Me Mfthftrd & Son. H-lm Hon repaired good as new at Jatnei Irwin's. IMm Mahard and Son bavo all kind of buggies. 11-lra Good baby buggy for W.00. Apply at this office, tf O. M. Francisco tnado a trip to Ar row Rock Tuesday. Logan Chappell of Mt. Leonard, was a visitor Friday. Miss Pattle Sbobe Is visiting rela tives la Kansas City. Reuben Tussey of Wanamaker was In Marshall Monday. Mrs. J. P. Foree of Wanamaker was In the city Monday. A beautiful lino of silks In all the new shades at Strikers. tf Drink Celery phosphate at Loomls's fountain for your nerves. 2t A largo shipment of buggies just received by Mahard & Son. U-lm Will Conway of Kansas City Is the guest of relatives In Marshall. T. J. Robertson ofMt. Leonard, at tended the convention Monday. J. Ransbergcr and wife of Mt. Leon ard were In Marshall Saturday. 8. T. Hltt of Odessa visited his sis ter, Mrs Mary Drown this we...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 27 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Don't forget that James Irwin Imp constantly on hand all kinds of I plumbing fixture of -the very best I make. 11-lm General Gordon who wai entertain ed by Mr. and Mra. H. II. Downing while In our city, left Tueaday morn ing for St. Louie. If your boarding hotiso or hotel ex ncnsee are not satisfactory, try the big meals, quiet rest and low price of I The Cottage Uouae. 8-3m Mlaa Mamie Hunter a popular teach er In the Blackburn achool has return ed home after a vlalt to her oousln, Mlaa Llztle Wiley Inthla city. II. Iiowley and wife of New York have engaged board at Hotel Vendome for aome weeka. Mr. Dowley la en gaged In manufacturing mattresses. The Lad lea of the Episcopal church alwaya have everything In Irat olaas style. Kat dinner with them on Fri day, April 27th and help a good cause. Do you want a good remedy for colds, bronchitis and lung troubles? Oct Vawter's expectorant at Vawter'a drug store east side square. d!7 3m. The following gentlemen enjoyed h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 27 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN MIEF. J. M. Roberts of Oretrvllle wu up Tuesday. J. D. Payne of Napton wu la town Wednesday. O. M. Fowler of Nelson was in Mir shall Wednesday. Ml Annie Outhery returned Tues day from Malta Bend. J. C. Patterson attended the speak tag at Nelson Tuesday. Dr. T. B. Hall of Napton spent Wednesday In Marshall. Little Charles Potter has scarletlna . at his home on Highland. 8. M. Haywood of St. Louis visited friends In Marshall Tuesday. 8. Johnston of Sweet Springs was a visitor In Marshall this week. P. W. Swltser and vlfe of Slater were In Marshall Wednesday. C. M. Lackland of Mexico made a visit to Marshall Wednesday. M. D. Kerr of Gilliam was the guest Monday of Mrs. J. C. Thompson. Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Philips Monday, April 23rd, 1100, a son. Henry Oldham of Nevada was the guest Monday of friends In Marshall. Mrs. Pinkie Miller of Warrensburg, Is the guest of Mrs. Lutlo V. Jackson. Geo. Boatrlght of Pettis county was a visitor In the county seat ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 27 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM WE WILL MAKE SOME SPECIAL PRICES Having JtiHt bought half of a forty thousand dollar stock, a good deal of which we will probably move to this store in a couple of weeks, we must have a lot of room, especially storage room up-stairs. CARPETS Wo havo decided to cIom out most of our carpet stock for the present and will quote you the following low price on our best carets: All our Hilu Velvet Brussels go at 79o No charge for matching. Our f7o all wool Ingrain goes at 49o Our 4.1c half wool Ingrain 3tto Our 35c Union Ingrain 30c Granite carpets lllu to 24c Home-made rag cartet 19o to 23c Floor paer jier roll 50 yards... 9c A good Japanese matting lie cotton warp mats 17c to 30c RUGS. Single door bruttels. .... .29c Large size brussels 64c Moquet 74c, 91.89, 13.05 Kxmlnstera 27x54 11.89 5-foot oil window shades, 26c 7-foot oil window shades, 30c X LACE CURTAINS An Immense lino of lace cur tains on which we will name prices that no houso In this...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 27 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Al APROM WORTH 150.000. Worked by Mary, Qaeen of Scots, While Awaiting Her Does at the Block- There ha recently come to light an apron probably tho most exqulsite example of needlework extant that bunted tho flntrer.i of the linpk'n Ma ry, Queen of Scots, during her long imprisonment, and served to divert her mind from her Imitcndiutf doom at tho block. The fallen sovereign all hope tfono centered her Intercom upon It during tho latter part of her long confinement, and created the maiter plece of needlework. JiihI lieforu her execution, Mho accreted herprlzonpron under tho lining of ono of her rotes, which kept her treasure safe until re cently tho garment wan ripped apart. Itn history has since leen fully nil thentlcated through letters written by the lllHtarred fuecn to a friendly am bannador at l'arls, who Kmuggled the material out of which It was brought Into her dungeon. Hy strange chunct tho apron came Into po.nelon of tin American, who has reftnted .V),(K...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 27 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN 9RIEP. T. H. Harvey It la St. Lotilt tali week. D. N. Durruti, o( MUml, waa over Tuesday. Dr. J. R. Durrett, of Orearfllle, wat here Wednesday. J. O'Day aud will Ralney went to waaaaiaker Wedaesday. W. W. Randolph, of Malta Bend, was la the city Wednesday. H . I. Blosser, of Blosser, was reg istered at Hotel Hurt Wednesday. Mrs. Harvey Asbury, of Hlgglns vllle, spent Wednesday In the city. J. K. Fittgerald and wife, of Kansas City, were In Marshall Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. 8. M. Nelson, of Malta Uend, were In shopping Wednesday. Fred Wagner, of Salisbury, was In the city Wednesday, the guest of friends. J. D. Robertson, of Miami, was over Wednesday shaking hands with his many friends. Walter Dodson Is reported seriously III at his home In West Marshall at wo go to press. Dr. J. K. Harrlt and wife returned Thursday from Oklahoma whore they visited their son, Howell. Jahleel woodbrldge left Thursday for Pueblo, Colorado, where he will spend the summer mont...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 27 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. IN THE COUNTY SHACKILFORD. Joe Hamll was hero Wednesday on business. J C Maloney mado a business trip to Mt. Leonard last Sunday. wo are having plenty of rain and mud In this vicinity thin-week. J C Klethley "hipped 4 cars of cattle to Chicago on taut Tuesday night. P M Hudson and wife made a bust ncss trip to Kansas City last Sunday. Mrs J W Jahns who Is quite sick with pneumonia Is at this writing some better. Will McClelland shipped cattle this week from this point to the Chicago market. Misses Kline, Holmes and Annlo Campbell were shopping in Marshall Saturday. Miss Claude Standard of Marshall came up to see her aunt, Mrs Jahns last Tuesday. Several arc contemplating tak ing advantage of the St. Louis excur sion Saturday. Miss Lllllo Evans is sending the week at J W Jahns, assisting in the nursing of Mrs jahns. Johnlo King and Miss Cornelius, went to Marshall Tuesday, we are glad to tco Mr King so improved In health. Johnah weaver, who had the ml fortune of ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 27 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. COMING TO MARSHALL! The Germans American Physicians and Surgeons of Kansas Qty For Two Weeks Commencing Monday, April 30th, x- -OFFICE AND RECEPTION ROOMS AT HOTEL HURT- -a; I NAVE TNC HGHS fAKD? g AreYSkkMMMrc4ei? 6 Incxplcrcnced Doctors may have a been unable to aid you, but that is not a good or sufficient reMOB for giving up ll hope, neither ahould a you watte furthcrtlroe or health ex 7 perlmentlng, but consult at onco T the world-famous steclallsts, The 9 German-American stair of pbysl clans and surpepn. experts In tho sclentltlo examination, treatment and euro of all complicated, dto s) seated diseases of a chronic or pri ll vate nature. 4 Tli Ink of tho advantage, a train Z ed Specialist for each class of dls- a cases: thirty Specialists represent v Ing 'tho Allopathic. Homeopathic and Eclectic Schools of Mcdlclno, 3 combining their skill when neces a sary on each case. All medicines m furnished and at no greater cost than one ordinary Doctor would charg...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 27 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. C. W. Carroll C. W. Carroll of this city, who is both well and favorably known throughout Saline county, died on Monday, April 23d, 1900, at 9:40 p. m. He had been in feeble health for some time, but had only been sick since Friday, the cause of his death being bronchitis. He was born in Washington county, I'enn., in 1841, and would have been Co years old had he lived to see the 3d day of September. He came to Missouri and settled in Howard county the year the civil war broke out and enlisted in the Ninth regiment of the Missouri St ate Militia. After the war closed, he came to Saline county, where he married Miss Alniirn Burustde. Mr. Carroll at one time carried the mail between Marshall and Miami, and many a heart is saddened at his death. A devoted wife and one dough ter, Mrs. Katherinc Akers, and a son, Montic C. Carroll, survive him, to whom the sympathy of the community is extended. The funeral was held on Wednes day afternoon at 3 o'clock at the residence...

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