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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 December 1906

/o\ rrx 'Ts /T\7T\y^s j^\ AN UNSAFE METHOD COIN. CUNHENCY or STAMPS mailed in ?n unregistered letter are sent absolutely at the risk or the sender, tor loss, from any cause while in transit.* ti 0 Wliv HI You Take This Risk? i When for the small fee stated below we will sell you a .BANKER'S MONEY ORDER ^aMaaaaal^jate^auUBMa^_ which Is the cheapest and most convenient way for making remittances by mall. By U?IN'<; THIS METHOD you cannot LOSE your I money, for we give you an lmme- j uiuICVVII'V i"l cutuuiuvr 19SU11I, I i and should your order be loxt we n will give you a duplicate without any tanxlc or "red tape." We require no written application. The coat or our HANK KK'8 MONEY OKDBK8 la less than other rorms ot money orders. 1 PENNIES you 8AVE are PEN- ! NIEs RAIt.NKD. Th? PEES wo charRc for theao I OKDEUS are as follows: For sums not exceeding $3.00 .. 3 Cents j For sums not exceeding $10.00 . 5 Cents ' For sums not exceeding $30.00 .. 10 Cents j For sums net exceeding ...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 December 1906

0 Hov "jp\ . f f?r aPl i siicces / cusseJ -?^1 it? It j W. C. I. U. COLUMN OI'I'ICKKM NtLISM W. t\ T. V. President.?Mrs. Mlinah Hobbs Day. Vice I'rerldoute.?Mn?. L. M. la>o. Mrs. A. N. Brown, Mrs. Julia "*trohecker, Mrs. K. K Moore. Mrs. W. H. Kotilnsoii. tteeordlng Secretary.?Miss Mary Strickland. Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. \V. It. Whltoscarver. Ferguson. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. B. Dillard. KnprriHleuilenlH nl l??pnrluienlN. Kvangellsm and Almsliouse.?Mrs. C. R. Obcnchaln. Press Superintendent.?Mrs F. P. Robertson. Florence Crlttenton llome. ? Mrs. B. It. Moore. Medal Contests.?Mrs. LucyOravely Stevens. Flower Mission.?Mrs. W. it. Whltescarver. Work among Soldiers nml Sailors?Mrs. O. F. Moyer. Social Meetings and Itod Letter Day.?Miss Maggie Wnttesell. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. Literature?Mrs. F. 8. Campbell. [Tiie Timks-Ukoihtek and Sentinel hi their re<pi?st has placed a column ut the disposal of the earnest and faithful women of the W. G. T. Union who w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 December 1906

A FACT ABOUT THE "BLUES" What ia known as tho "Blues" to seldom occasioned by actual existing external conditions, but In t h e great majority of cases by a disordered LIVER THIS IS A FACT which may be demonstrated by trying a course of Tutt'sPills ineyoootroiandreguiate the LIVER. . They bring hope andbouyancy to the mind. They bring health and elastic' 1 Ity to tho body. * TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. * mm CMICMCaTBITS INGUSH Pawmwju-*: A U?H reliable ladle*, aak Drugglel ft, for CHlCIiKSTKIfS KNOLUH c KKV> an I Void metallic hoiea. sealed c CX "*th bloeflbboo. Take mo other. HcfWao r jrl ^ llungifoui Hubetltutlona and I ml in- I i / ffy liana llu; of jour lituggUi. or irod 4e. Id I IJL Kk ? ?!' for I'nrtlfalara, TfaitnaalaU IV P and **Ifvllof far Lndlra" in letier. hj rt. /' l?m Mall. 10.OOO 1.^tlniouiala. K??i4 bf ? ? all |?ruggl?i?. Clilrkrafrr fbruitral Ca, I f-cxUoo % a !?!?, UitdlMu IKiaare, 4*1111.V. t*A* __ > CillUSTMAS. fl Hark to the nut hem of echoing bells...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 December 1906

8 THE FAMILY CM SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS-PLEASANT EVENING REVERIES. A Column I>edlcuted to Tired Mothers us They .lolu The Home Clrele. Don't he afraid to say kind things. There are some people who look as though they had been caught stealing sheep after they give way to an impulse to be pleasant. Kindness is not a weakness. There is no dauger of overproduction along this line. There is a market for all the bright looks and good wholesome pleasantries that can be ^ frt Kiiil fcurutm uut. i w wuu every night hungry for a gentle touch or a helpful word. Men and women are laid at rest in the cemetery every day who a thousand times would rather have had a few thoughtful tokeus of good will when alive than all the flowers that have been heaped u^? ou thei casket. Hand out kindness and see the joy it will bring you, as well as those at the other end of the transaction. "Pleasant words are a? honey-comb, sweet, to the soul aud health to the bones. Getaway fr^tn the idea that pleasant...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 January 1907

i|p|; ^ . , ::.ff: ppT^r7 ? ^"' ,:V "T" ;"v " "" .;, " 5p|" " . ?mnw? CSonsolibak'b |f/^/jfc'%' ||^ I QUowember 10, 1903 &' . VOLUME 41. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1907. NUMBER 32 NATIONAL CAPITOL: t A Bridget of Iutereoliu;; UohhIi> r from tlie Nation's Capital. s l (Krom our rotrular correanonilont.) ? Washington, D. o., \ 8 January, 1, 1007. J* d The problem of the reorganization r . f . 1. ? ? ' ? * ... - - ^ ui tnc puouc iauas administration is v' pendiug the asauinptiou of oflice by * Mr. Gartield, who will become Secre- I1 tary of the Interior the fourth of 1 next March. In the menutiuic, how- 1 ever, tlio President will be called P upon to make a deciaion that will I1 show how much credence lie placee I1 in the reports that Senator Warren, of Wyoming, one of his personal 1 friends, is involved in public land 8' scandals. This will be in the up- I1 pointment of Francis 1?. lhirke, us u District Attorney to succeed himself. S It is well known ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 January 1907

2 PROPOSING TO HER. Some Odd Wnjs In Wliicli The Momentous (Question is 1'ut. Some marriage proposals are precipitate; others are precipitated, says a writer in the tlrand Magazine. Sometimes a proposal too long deferred is a source of doubts, fears, qualms, heart burnings, quurrolings, and too often of painful disappointments. Miss Wilkinstells a talo of an American wooer who, after dangling after a girl for ton yoary years, finally took to his bed and died, confessing with his last breath the love he had not had the courage to avow earlier. In such cases the proposal has to bo precipitated, either by the young person herself or some relative of hers. A shove is sometimes given by the young girl's father or brother, more frequently by her mother or her maiden aunt. But, more generally; the young woman becomes (so to speak) her own executioner, a id?to mix metuphors?land her tish without assistance from any one. Such was the damsel who, having boon assidiously wooed for somo years b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 January 1907

SLEW WOMAN ILL WITH FEVER. Ciliastly Story of Murder In the Heart of the Alleghauy Mountains. A ghastly story of inhunu.n cruelty and murder has reached Harrisonburg, Va., from Hardy county, W. Va., where the local authorities are investigating the killingof a young woman known as Dorothy Ween, alias Harpman who was terribly beaten while she lay ill of typhoid fever. The poor creature died last Monday, in frightful agocy, and an examination of her body disclosed the fact that she was ?? It is a pure, specific, relia S a record of 70 years of S success. It has beneK fited a million others. S Why not you? Try it. IS Sold by Every Drug# i WiWF A I OF Uf l J rCalynK-wN Ton too would have to h? only lisum to re&soit and" ffjlKfl fel bv enriching your noil r.r wonder-worker, Virginia-Can IflJJ It has boon the tremendous sued Wl who started life with only a few ti I.Wf after using those fortili/.crs for m [My Rot?<l whatthoy say in ourulmann mm 6c. in stamps to pay c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 January 1907

4 J>alero &iiues-|k(ji PUUUSHKD KVEKY THUKSD Salem Printing ana C. D. DBNIT W. W. MoCLtJNU. Ill Subscriptic One Year Nice Mouths ...... Six Months ...... Three Months PHONE OPttllT TO HELP SOME. ; We ought to grow healthier, freer , and more prosperous from this time \ forth than ever in the past, for with < the ushering in of the New Year ' came also the beginning of the life j of several legislative acts of Congress important to the nation us a whole. ( These are the free alcohol law, the pure food law, the anti-puss section 1 of the interstate commerce law, and the modifications of the navigation , laws to simplify enrolments and j I i censes. Tho pure food law contemplates the barring from interstate commerce of foods that are injurious to health, on.l t'no froo .ilnnlinl law is intended to assist farmers and small users of power to have a fuel that in efficiency and cost shall be cheaper than gosolene or kerosene. The anti-pass provision of the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 January 1907

FOR Christmas nnnnrnirA Imtlilu GO TO JsMon Ss Day's UP TO DATE STORE. THEIR STOCK 18 COM PLBTE WITH ALU THE DELICACIES OP THE SEASON ?FRUITS AND CONFECTION S. Strict attention to all orders and prompt delivery. 1 PHONE 24. CONRAD'S PHARMACY Pure Drugs and Chemicals, Toilet Articles and PERFUMERY. PRESCRIPTIONS Carefully Prepared from The Purest Drugs. HOT AND COLD SODAS. Agency Hnyler's randies. 4j2a) the nr:st," Write for Catalogue. yisdmont Business College*: l.jrncbkorg, Va. COUNTY ROAD SUPERINTENDENT 101- .Appointment by Board of Supervisors. At a meeting of the Board of Superwieore of Roanoke county, held at the courthouse thereof, on Monday, December 17th, 1907, the following action was taken: "Ordored that the Clerk of thia Board give notice by publication in the Seleui Timoe-Register and Sentinel, that at the next meeting, to be held on the third Monday iu January, 1007, thia Board will appoint a County -8u.perintend*ut of Roada, who shall either be a civil engineer or a pe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 January 1907

c> nr n t ii riAi maul W. I. I. U. IULUMN ofricfckftn.%li:n w. c. t. r. President.?Mrs. Mlmab llobbe Day. Vice-Pre ..idetite.?Mrs. I,. M. Le?, Mrs. A. N. Hrovrn. Mrs. Julia Stroliocker, Mrs. E. It j Moure, Mrs. \V. II. Itobliison. Recording Secretary.?Miss Mary Strickland. 1 Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs.W. II. White- , searver. Ferguson. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. n. l)illar<t. Suitcriiili'iKli'nls of Department*. Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. K. < Obcuchaln. Press Superintendent.?Mrs K. P. Robertson. ' Florence Crittenton Home.? Mrs. K. It. j Moore. Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. Flower Mission.?Mrs. \V. 11. Whltescarver. Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. G. K. Moyer. Social Meetings and Red Letter Day.?Miss ( Maggie Whltesell. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Petui. j Literature- Mrs. K. S. Campbell. ITna Tixn-KMtniR amp Skntisel, at I their re(|iiest. has placed a column at the disposal of the earnest and faithful women of the W. O. T. Union w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 January 1907

SHE WOULD ELOPE, GO CRAZY, OR DIE. Medical Talk publishes an , ecstatic essay from a writer siloing herself Florence Mitchell, who is greatly dissatisfied with the higher education of girls at the present time. She nas aounuant ground ror cussatisfaction. Practical matters are overlooked in the existing system of girls' education to au extent that inflicts a deal of unnecessary hardship and mortification upon the victim when she assumes her natural responsibilities at the head of a domestic establishment. But the elaborate affair which Mrs. Mitchell would substitute for the higher education now in vogue for young women is fearful to behold. This is what she says: "If I had a daughter I would search in vain for iny ideal university, after she had received her rudimental education, more or less under my own supervision, in tho public schools, where its democratic influence would have to some extent a desired effect on tho selfish tendencies of most young girls, coupled, of course, wit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 January 1907

_8 THE FAMILY C1RCLL SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS-PLEAS ANT EVENING REVERIES, j ______________ i A Column Dodicatoil to Tired, Mothers as Tliey ?Jolu The Home Circle. ALL llAIL. All hail to the New Year!? What gifts will he bring ? Far richer than any proceeding year i in the vast wealth of invention aud discovery aud achievement bequeathed by the glorious years that have passed, what promise is offered that the world will be wiser aud better for his coming ? What has been done iu the year just closed is the promise and prophecy of better things to come in the ouo at whose portals we stand. We know not what the new year may bring forth, but we know (that of what was gained for mankind iu the one that has just finished its course, nothing will be lost that is fit to survive. It will keep on adding to the domain of human knowledge to the domaiu of man over the forces of nature. Truly, there is no pause in the persistence of force or in the operation of the great law of development. All the ach...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 January 1907

(Sonsolibateb ^^'^'% ^f'%" ij^f ^ f UHooembw 16, 1903 I ' - . .^- . I VOLUME 41. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1907. NUMBER 33 | NATIONAL CAPITOL A Bridget of Interesting GohhIp from tlic Nation's Capital. (From our roicular correspondent.) Washington, D. C., \ .Tuuuary, 8, 1907. J Seuator Culberson, of Texas, ap peared ou the floor of the Senate last week as the President's defender, and in a speech of considerable length declared that President Roosevelt was authorized by law and justified by the facts in discharging without honor the negro soldiers of the Twenty-Fifth Iufautry who were stationed at Brownsville, Texas, when that towu was "shot up" last summer. For the second time in receut history the public was treated to the spectacle of a leading member of the minority supporting the President against an attack tnude by an equally conspicuous member of the Presiuent's own party. The other, which is fresh in the memory of the people, occurred during the railway rate fie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 January 1907

2 CENTENARY OF ROBERT E. LEE. On January 19th General Lee would havo b?on one hundred years old. Tlio milArrv nf (!mi. -t. IIV ? Uii^ VI. vvn eral Lee occurs in a paper about him in January LijtpincoWs Mayzine written by the widow of General Pickett. "General Leo was noted for his impartiality. Only worthy deeds won recognition from him. He was urged by some of his oflicers to give his own son command of a brigade, but replied that ho could not appoint an unJtried ollicer to so important position. "lie paid no moro attention to personal antagonisms than to r\nnu.\nnl nlfiWifiArt in f p^7iov/iiai ciiiut'inviJ in uiio nielliagemont of tho army. Ho recommended a certain oflicer for promotion, despite the fact that friends urged him to withdraw his favor because tho officer was in the habit of ppoaking disparagingly of Leo. ' 'The question is not what he thinks of me, but. what I think of him,' ho said. 'I have a very high opinion of this oflicer as a soldier, and 1 shall certainly reco...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 January 1907

I OUR * 1 Just after th wish to clear aw readers will rem In this advei list and come to 1A Big Clean-Sweep Sale ir the Cloak and Suit Department. Wo denominate it a "Clean-Sweet Sale" because every Cloak and Suit In the department is included?not e single garment has been reserved. AH are priced at manufactures coat We want to assure our cuetomen that this is an unusual opportunity tc secure new garments at a minimum cost. Wouteu's Suits aud Coats, Misses and Children's Coats. Half Yearly Clearing Sale in the Curtain and Rug Department. You'll find tunny real bargains here. In lace and Muslin Curtains there are odd pairs, broken lots, dropped patterns and routs that are soiled and tunaoud t.> -Ill >u .muuiiUK. Id huge aud Druggets vte offer nouie exceptional values, in a few dropped patterns; souie tliat are slightly abused and the odds and Ends from the past season. Iu Linoleums and Floor OH Cloths we have quite an accumulation of remnants, short lengths, odd...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 January 1907

4 <$alcm &iute5-|Ug PUBLISHED EVEUY THUKSI Salem Printing and C. D. DGN'II W. W. McCLUNO. B Subserioti* One Year Nine Months ...... Six Months Three Months ...... PHON E Some time ago the Richmond. Times*Dispatch and other esteemed contemporaries began to agitate the matter of a Southern Democratic conference, the object of which was to prepare a platform and to insist upon the nomination of a Southern man for the Presidency upon that proposed platform. But the aforesaid conference will not be held. The Times-Dispatch,which breathed into it the life it possessed, has prepared and published an obituary befitting the occasion, and the Lynchburg News, with pious mien but undisguised pleasure, officiated at the burial. In fact, the News, like Cock llobin, fools that it killed the movement by its keen arrow thrusts, and that claim is not without justice. At any rate, the movement has been abandoned, and we are rather glad of it. Leaving sentiment out of the matter,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 January 1907

V, p f I Weak Lungs . Bronchitis I rur over sixiy years doctors I have endorsed Ayer's Cherry R Pectoral for coughs, colds, 3 weak lungs, bronchitis, con3 sumption. You can trust a | medicine the best doctors apI prove. Then trust this the next | time you have a hard cough. Jg T'ir> tost kind of t\ testimonial? P "Sold tor ovor sixty yoara." | ?} jM M*do by J. C. A^sr Co.. Unwell, Hess. E 1 Also &unvfaeturcrs or U' g jf > SARSAPAEIL.U. I Lrl IS P r<Z P"LS- I -A KJj v a O.J IIA IK VIGOR. 1* Wslicvo) o ifoffls! Wo pub'Ub K tho foraau or nil our medloluee. g Ayor's Pil's keep tho bowoic regular. All vogctoblo and gentiy laxative. FOR r n tvery-uay GROCERIES oo to Jah^on & Dav's UP TO DATE STORE. THEIR STOCK IS COM PLETE WITH ALL THE DELICACIES OF THE SEASON ?FRUITS AND CONFECTIONS. Strict attention to all orders and prompt delivery. PHONE 24. CONRAD'S PHARMACY Pure Drugs and Chemicals, Toilet Articles and PERFUMERY. PRESCRIPTIONS...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 January 1907

r I W. C. TJ. COLUMN H ori iri:itsN^i.i:M w.f.T.r. HE PresMent.?Mrs. MIiiihIi llobbs Day. afl Vlo?? I'refldeiiti.?Mrs. I,. M. l.oo, Mrs. A. N M| llrown. Mrs. .lulla Strolicrker, Mrs. K. H Moore. Mrs. W. H. Uoitinson. Keoordlnir Secretary.?Miss Marv Sf rl<>tl?tnl Correspondlug Secretary.?Mrs. W. It. White scarver. Ferguson. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. !l. Dlllurd. Siipcrlutciulcut* of Departments. Bvungollsm anil Almshouse.?Mrs. C. K Obenchaln. Press Superlntenilent.?Mrs F. I*. Kohertsoii Florence Critteiiton Home.? Mrs. K. K Moore. Medal Contests.?Mrs. I.ucy Uravely Slovens Flower Mission.- Mrs. W. II. Whltescarver. Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. G. F. Moyer. Social Meetings utiil lted Letter l>ay.? Miss Maggie Wliltesell. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. Literature?Mrs. F. S. Campbell. [THK TIMM-Kkuistkk anii MKNTINKI,, el their request. bus placeil a column at tht dis|x>sal of the earnest and faithful women of the W. C T. Union who will have...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 January 1907

. MAKE A BLUFF. If there isn't any pleasure Waits for you beside the way. If there's uot a thin*; to grin at Iu yo*r ouruey day by day. If you've not excuse for kicking And for stirring up a row. Don't you do if! Don't you do it! Just be happy, anyhow. Just be liRppy, just be happy; Take the tiddle and the bow, Snuggle it against your shoulder. Limber up and let 'er go. Till the world is full of music And there's joy iu every string! Till you get all outdoors laughing Aud you make the echoes sing. It's a duty you are owing To the world to shake your feet, Aud to lift your voice iu siugin' Till the music lllis the street; , If the world is dark and gloomy And you haven't got a friend. It's your duty to dissemble, It's your duty to pretend. If you meet the world a-grinuin', Theu the world will grin at you. You can laugh the clouds to Hinders Till the blue sky glimmers through; If you just pretend you're happy; With your whole heart in the bluff, Then, almost before you know It, You'll...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 January 1907

r THE FAMILY CIRCLE.! SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS-PLEAS ANT EVENING REVERIES. A Column I>iMlicute*l to Tired Mothers as They Join The Home Circle. health while drinking to the health of other. tiood Words For Ciirls. Your mother is your bc^ friend. Have nothing to do with girls who snub their parents. Tell the pleasautest thing you 1 know when at meals. Do not execpt your brother to be as dainty as a girl. Exercise, and never try to ' look as if you were delicate in ( health. i Introduce avery new accnmintnncn to vour mother nu 1 soon as possibleDon't think it necessay to got i married. There is plenty of < room for old maids, and they ' are often happier than wives. Enjoy the pleasures prov id. d , for you by your parents to the < fullest exteut. They win like ' that as a reward, better than ' ony other. Most fathers are inclined to over indulge their daughters. Make it impossible for your father to spoil you by fairly returning his devotion aud ulFoct tion...

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