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B I j jfAfJlS qix T1H2 KABTKKN UTAH ADypCAJK. TnUiWDAY. JAN. ". 1018.
-I MIDLAND TRAILERS HOPE
I TO SECURE APPROPRIATION
K Fifty Thousand Dollars Practically Assured For
B the Automobile Highway Through
H Price River Canyon.
Hf M Ah n result of last Saturday'
HpTfZ niooUtv: of Midland trail boottora
BBB iJ wt'1 Governor Spry and Btato Troas-
HjL js irar Jnwkoa at Salt Uko City tho
Hwl prrwont leglslnluro will bo naked to
Hv ftt , appropriate fifty thousand dollars
Bf 'jffl with which to mnko pasnoblo with-
flH 'mt delay "10 Mldlnntl trnll tran-
Bil mnttacnt.nl routo In Utnh lioth
BBW Jl Ma4o official heartily nndorsftd tho
BBB, m prtjnct, nnd a both nm member of
BU 'jj l,,f Htato roads commission, tho bUI
K 2S "wklng for the apiroirlatloii Mill
KA virtually have tho support of that
k. flp T1i ihxiWon to ask for the np-
Hk'S praprlatlou n reached nt n iiinmi
BBBJL Tji Moullnc of Midland trailer Friday
B fs Mght, when It iu nt forth tlmt
BBB) B I tin UtAll link IMIIlK tm IHHlle WM-
E ID) nhblo nt once If the Mtdlniid route
BJBM flf iti Ut Ihi Mdootod im the flntt trnn-
Bn rontlnonUI hlajmfty. A ixtrty of
BJBJn-' ijl automobile men raprewntln; the
Bi,. Wi faotoni who are to establish the
t hUhwny will K" over the Hire pro
lowxl route noxt summer Mid tunkt)
election of the mast feiwtlile and
B, B i drlrahlo. Wrong Intoreel nro
F S Ixvcklng the Oterbtnd route, whllo
BJBk BJ I otliom nro pulling for the SMnln IV
BJBT JBi route, m preferred to the M HI a ml
BBf ( trail, by which, H In held. Utah
BJBk . BJ would profit moet.
K BJN At Saturday' meeting many
Bv . Speaker. Including rtpremUtl
BBk B' the Midland Tmtl nmtoclnthm
E. j3t itom I'roro, I'rlce and Oreen Itler,
Bf, VI hrpxl the liwwt(y of lrlHK work
Bv; B( pa th ii route ImnuillRlel), ihj tlmt
BBV when the lMsetlon intiy reaeheii
BBl ho ntato line It will find the roads
Bft f) jiftmfibla. Thin, It wa wet forth,
Bft ,.aJ would jtrobably mean tho wdootton
bV&'W r the Midland trail route.
K' M, Jiniiir Hpry TiiIIcn.
K ' Oorenior 8iry npoke utroiiKly In
BB rBl NUtN)rt of the litttliwny iirojtct, and
BBfP.B; dwland tuil Itx tahlliihmMt
BBV' Bfi thraiiRh Utah would be of tnettlm-
BBl 9 ai'lo fmiMirtnnce to the Mtato Ilo
E . 1 '"'I dial the elate rami eommhi-
BBf mi l'011 wn nkttiK the leRUIature nt
BBs jM thl" nM"'nn for f39fl,uuu for HUte
R'ft roAd. Ot thl amount, he wtW, a
BvwJL ImndrM thoiuund, under the lire-
BR' jHp vIMomi of the hill, would be nt
BBS, 'jmJ oh do for experimental iniriMWM,
Vi-jK iimiioI)-, to toet dlffereM nmlerlAta.
BBk, H ' whlln tho nmnliwter of the um
BBr V would be nvallnblf for rotvU
Bf' W, When anked ho he etomt on I he
BV -i B iiuiwtlou of HwurliiB nn Immediate
BB1 B ttrproiirhtloji for iim hi onee to
Hf 'fl tiik the troMiml nnil immlM
BBV M iu diMilriHl, the Kovernor eald that
Mk V hv favored K and hiikkwImI ilmt the
BBak H ' M:niriaUtMi i (kel iu an enter-
HtoV Utrnny fund. If mourd. he eaM, the
BBWi.JB, MAto roadM iommliHdon would take
BfaB (hat muoli off the amotiHt It w
BBBwL ktai;t ami nvpiy tnr IsiC.noo jw-
HwVB. T" Kovernor further declared
HF iB "mt (,,u portion of the route !
B& , twwn ho ntato Hue and (Ireon
H&,dK ,l,T,,r ,"ul lnady been declared n
mmwFf'Mt. t"ate rKUl iuul t,int l,n,M nlll "l"-
V 'BJ HtwxtiQjto definitely ilenlRimtlnx the
BBk Bj highway eoiild l.o Heaurtil from the
B. 'Bl HtAUl '"W.tiiiH-r uixiti hi return to
WoB 4 ho ully.
H jB "" toufldeutly luwerted that the
BBCiBP litahway to thu etutu line would be
BBf -miulo jNUbvible by June Int. nnd
BBJ 'Bw 'Aid (lint as oou hm Sluto Huglnver
BBrsBt -VUob Tnnnor rotumwl Jio would
UflH ld hU ajMltiUure without delay.
BBfftHf Uorernor Spry iiIho dec lured tlmt
BBktBW a-1 ooon aa thu kox1 road npproprl-
BBft.'BK ntion. became available ho would eu-
BlNBi deavor to have one-half the couvlat
Hk&4K labor put on the road In Price Illver
BBfAfl The bill uitklni; for thu npiiroprlu-
BbS Hon of fifty thousand dollnre to be-
KB Iris iro;.inl by a upeclal committee
B-BJ eoiwtHttni: uf U. II. Wnrd, Utah
HvSI ounty; J It. Htmrp, Carbon eounty,
BJBElHl r. K. A. llriuker, Kmer) eounty,
BBTBly C. H. HollliiKtiMorth, Wuber oounty,
BBbBmI Ortton II. Hewlett utid W. 11. Wat-
BBhBj Imw. ftilt U&a count). The bill
BBfeBV will bo Inlrodueetl thU week. It i
BkBr Abont fifty intended the lueettUK
Br'BKv )lfore tho meottnK cloeed thirty
BriBKv 'a"r "u,m'M,ra lmtl ,,ou" enrolled in
Bfo-'Br s 4io, unKoolatlnu, which lum branch
Hb'BI eouncllH In Bait Lake City, 1'rovo,
BkBKi I'rloe, Oreeu Illver lutd other ullleo
H9 MiniiANI) T1UII, TIIHOUCII
BBKMK TRSTi:u. cauiiov t.-otiNTV
BB( At mooUiiK of tho Midland
BjEjB Trail ouKkolaUnn council at l'rovo u
BBBE fqw oranlnKa aso an uxtonded dle-
KBwBI ciuulon, wiu had on tho difficulties
BBjjBjB and. tho feasibility of conBtruotJnK
BBBBj ' a road through Prlco Illvor Canyon
BBBj and, Uu iiraotlcablllty of building
HB around Uio canyon on the wiuth, by
BB&Bfr i -wny of llorso Canyon, nnd on tho
BBrSBp north along Willow Creek
BHnB It. M. l'opo ot llooeeelt, repre-
BJBJuH tuwtlni; tho jjood ro.id ntMooiAtlou,
KHmV ' which to working to Maura the iis-
BM I & of a bill to bom! the elate for
BjBBB f good roadg, converted the OMoata-
tlon to a unanlmou cxpreeslon in
faor of thbi moyoment, without
any roforenco to tho Midland trail
Tope argued that tho proceed
from fltich a band imuc, about Jl,
200,000, would bo dletributed among
tho couutlce ami that with tho
money Carbon county would rccoWo
wi II ulinro it could build tho road
ihrotiRh I'rico Illver Canyon If It
allied to do so.
nt.vti: i;.(ji.vt:i:u h 10
.MAKi: IIIH TlttAli HL'ltVlIV
Four executive committee mum
bore of Halt Inke City council of
the Midland TrnM nMOclatton ob
tained the con nont lat Monday of
tho Mn to road commlMloii to hate
the atate eiiKlnfor Mirtey that pari
of the proponed Iramtcontinental
highway between Cotton nnd the
Utah Mote line wid make nn estim
ate of the eoet of puttlnic It In it
paoMible eoHdltloti. Thta eetliLHte
wilt be tuniwl oter to the lesb la
turo In line with the mMOClatlon'ft
reiieitt for nn pparoprinllan of fhty
thoumnd dollani to hate the pio
poftod route throuKh Utah proper y
Improved bforw the flret of July.
It wan HUjtKewtd by metubere of
the road commhwloH that If thert)
Im not HUffteUmt time betueeit now
and July to et the road through
I'rtee Illver Cniixki. the route eotild
lie made through fiteile Dale, Hall
nn, Nephl, nmt Prove Thin, how
ever, would be nboui elxty ml lee
loiiRer than lhal tnteied by A. I..
WiMtKiird, pathfinder for the Ameri
can Automobile nneorlatlon. It van
the Hflium ot the exeoutlve oommlt
tee that WeatRnrd'H courne from
Oram! J u not Ion to Hall l.nku City hi
tho beat, nnd the Cattle Dale route
would Imj noleoted only aa a lam re
eort. The MUlland trail route through
Colorado and other Mule U utfl
t'lenlly open In allow the Itaatornor,
who nre to upend lulllltMut of dollar
on tho tniiincontltientnl JilKhwny, to
Ihim with but little uiconvonlen.ro,
but from Coiloii In Utah county to
the Colorado line It U eonelderiNl
I'ltKK TIIANMI'DUT.Vrili.N tl.V
KK.SVUU AM) Itlll ItA.VDi:
DltNVKIt. Colo. Jnu Ii. lH
June. HIS. the Denver twid llto
rande lamed free tranepnrUttiH to
the value of fHl.fluu, or IK per eent
of the ihI iweeetiNer revenue of
the roed for the month. neeordltiK
to ln MtMewent of J. It. Amlrewe.
MMlatHHt to he vice preemeiit of
the eomiHMiy In hi itwUmou) ltore
(VmiwlM)ler Jhmw B. Harlan tin
day The name of arlou pereon
who hud reeelted free trHBeportn
Mou were kImhi b) Andrew. They
hicluded tteMHtor tMjiieu (liiuenhelin
uf Colorado and Kenator Keml
mum of Ikah.
'(Jll.NTI.ll.MIJN, Willi WAS
THAT IiAST DIIIXK OXV"
Home five or nix Midland trail
booator leae thl monilnj; for Salt
Ijtke City, where they will confer
with eucji other and othor ia behalf
of tho Midland Trull aaooolaUon, in
an effort to ilovlio way nnd iuioih
to kop before thu public the fact
that Carbon county wnnu tho Mid
land troll, nnd any financial aid
that may be nccewuiry to ecure It
location iiloiif thl route will le
forthcomlut; on demand. Any por
no n may become a boontor for the
Midland trail by paying the mim of
two dollarn, but wo )mH not on yet
bivn ndvUed an to the procedure
necttmuirjr In order to eimblo th
ubncrllHr to trntel buck and forth
between I'rlco and Htilt Uiko City
In order to hold baniuet conference!
in behalf ot the Kreat onuiie. Theee
IHirtlw all pose throujsh I'rlco Ilitor
Can) on, nnd doubtletui on viich trip
tudy the obtaole to be utieounter
od in the construction or the road,
and tnot of theeo obetaclea are com
pletely overcome by observation
through tho dlnltiK car window, and
In tho courho of the animated dl
oiiMlon ot tho boontom, which In in
terrupted only by tho darkey' in
quiry, "flontlomen, who woa that
lael drhik on?"
WHAT MAKHS A WOMAN?
One hundred and unty jwuiul,
more or le, of bouo and nniiul
don't mnkii a womnn. If a sood
foundation. Put Into It health and
strength and ulio may rule a king
dom. Hut that' Just what Klectrlc
Hitter give hor. Thounand ble
them for overcomliiB falntlnB nnd
dlziy pell and for dliuelllnE weak
lie, nervounww, Uaukaehe nnd
tired, llatleM, worn out feeling.
"Hleotr'c llltter have done me a
world of good," write HUxh Pool,
Depow, Okla., "and I thank ou,
with all nly heart, for making gush
a good ntedWne." Ouly fifty eenu.
Ouarantel by all dealer, AdvU
Hun Down nt Tucker lly Dtfiter
nml llbi (Inmiln Train,
Tod Carroll, ago about SO year,
wa struck Sunday aftornoon. At
Tucker by an extra frolght train, on
tho Donvor and HIo Grande, nml in
stantly kilted According to report
from Tucker, Carroll wan walking
down tho track in nn Intoxicated
condition nnd fnllod to respond to
tho atgnal ot tho engineer.
Knglnccr King ot Holper throw
on tho omorgoncy braken nnd tried
to ntop tho train, but tho ongtno
struck Carroll befora it could bo
stopped, tho engine nnd ton car
passing over Carroll' body, cutting
him up In rt horrlblo condition. Ilia
arm nnd leg wcro terribly tiuin
Rlod. Carroll wax a powder man em
ployed by Tyler & Llttloflcld Con
elructlon company nnd had beon in
tho employ of thin firm for n num
ber of year. Thl company I nt ,
work In tho neighborhood ot Tucker
putting hi (ho second track of the
Denver nnd HIo drnndo
I'. It. WOODS
Will practice In all the courts of
the state. Office 'at the county
court house, Price, Utah.
d. d. ltour,
Prnelloe In all the court of the
Into nnd tho federal court. Office,
Highlit floor Kearns Ilulldlng, Halt
Lake City, Utah.
V. . MeWHINNHV
Atliirne -at-I.it i
Will practice In nil the courts
ot tho ntato. Office at County Court
House, Price, Utnh.
I'lTdHHAt.D 1IHOH. la.ND CO.
IX AtlM lllock, S.itl Uke Cli
II. J. KltiKcmld, Attorney
Offlee Front ltoom Hko ThHter
MulldlriK, Prlee, Utah.
W. D. I.IVINHSTON
Water nnd mining litigation. given
special Httentlim. Uind mattora, ool
Iwllon and utl legal busln&M. Will
pruetlco In all the court. Iloyd
Park llulldlng, Malt Uko City, Utah.
SAinuel A. King Clnudo I.. King
KINC .V KINO
Commercial lllock, Halt Lake City.
w. ii. 1'itvi:
Practice In all court of the stnto.
Also in tho federal court. Offlco
Corner "J I" nnd Highlit t rents,
. A. IVHHSON
Will practice In all the court of
tho state. Office nt residence,
North Hlghth Ktrcot, one block from
Main, Prlco, Utah.
Hlt'HAKD It. THUKMAN
Will practice In all slato and
fi-doral court. 222 Iloaton llulld
lng, Salt Lake City, Utah.
A. t'. HOHUNSHN "
Ph)lcliin and Burgeon
Specialist In women' and chil
dren' disease (lenoral surgery
and medicine. Offlco, Commercial
nnd Bavlngs llank llulldlng, phono
84. Price, Utnh.
U. J. TUIlXKIl
Chll and Mining l.'nglneer
Survey of all kind. Mine ex
amination and report on cool
lands, p. o. Ilox 32, Prlco, Utah.
J. ii. ovi:n
Contractor and Hulldcr
Urtlmnte furnlshod. Phone U3V.
I'. O. Hox 228, price. Utah.
m io m m
oxi: i duhuqui:, ia., phovino
Kiinncru Permitted to Hell Their
PnxluctM front Seven to llleten
O'clock In Uio MornlnR ami Then
Kterj tiling lit Promptly C'lcAintl
Up For An Afternoon of Quiet.
Mnuy thltorit to Dubuque, ln nr.
sniHzed ut the large truck market,
which euen it dozen or mora block,
representing '.tsj teutns. On Saturdays
mure ttuiti :H) wnguns, standing side
by side. rc lomled with the very best
choice gurdi'ii wgvtnbles. fruit, poul
try and eggs from which to select
I'rum 7 to It o'clock In the morning
thousands of people visit tho msrket
It Is Interesting, especially on Satur
day, to see there people of refinement.
poop I o of various moans, color nnd nn
The fresh ganlen truck offered to the
public Is gathered leu than twelve '
hours prcvluu nnd sold nt the 'very '
lowwt prices lEnch gardener ha n
Is nd or tKxslbly sells direct fmm thr i
truik wagon The tegctitbles nre neat i
ly nrrnnctMl en the itsiid or "niton, n '
I It may be. lit the fall larxc qimiitltk t
of lluwem nre Imuiclit In ami etiKerlj ,
1 sought after liy city eepk' They ate i
arntnitrd In suitable houiiue!, nml '
I while they m ndern the table of the '
I most wealthy, the price Is within the '
1 reach of the inoM humble Sometimes ,
' a whole truck whroii filled with (lowers (
Is barked up to the sidewalk, while ,
tiHMt of the stands nnd wagon nrcii
decorated with them '
At II o'clock the market cle, and! '
very seldom does the gnrdenor hnve
anjthlng to take back home, a he'i
usually bns regular customer, such ns i
IwteN. n tan nints. etc where the stir
plus Is refldll) tllio(il of. Should otic '
visit Hie trinity of the market In tho '
afternoon tlie luiprcsilon that a truck
market had been carried on theru diir
A IIKAUIlrUI. IIPTKXI'CXNIVKTTrROKUD
hig the fiirciiiMin would never be gulli
ed, wi neatly U eterj'thllig cleaned up
and the plrn-e mt In onlor. ThU mar
Let (ertaliilr N n rrisllt to the city. It
give the public the nilvniitnge uf u
larger titrlett nf gnrdt'ii tnick. fresh
etery ilit and ut prln within the '
reach of nil. tlmn would Ik MHeble If !
Tho girtliiur tune un association
and elett some of the member ns nil)
cer to attend to the affair of the us
orlatlon Iftery jeur. tiniiiill) In Au
gust, they have u picnic, unit on that
day no market Is held. In order to en
able nil the member to attend Many
tnltiablu prlien are offered by the no
chitltiti for the best decorated wagon
snd must unliue nnd nttractlte display
of tegi'tahle. Iluwers, etc.. o well a
horseback riders In the procession that
parades the prtiicluil street of Du
buque, heailiil by the mllltiiry band.
Wogon ileiorattil with all kinds of
flowers, tegelabies and fruits In tho
niot nrtlHtlt matiror are exhibited on
the plctile grnutids nftrr the procession.
This 1 as largo nn exhibit a U gener
ally found at mom county fairs, and
the pnxenslun Is a Interesting and ns
large us that of mint or the circuses
throughout the i ountry Attraction of
ill kinds nre presented on the picnic
grounds, mid the day Is entirely devot
ed to the Ix-nelH of the gardener
GET RID OF WEEDS.
A Good Rsmsdy Can Ds Msde at Horns
With Arssnlo and 8od.
The IIiiiii-hihU of perooiM who own
luburb.iti tiiimes nml Uvu In tliem dur
ing the whulii eur or for thu summer
month only have n hard tlnm freeing
the walk from unsightly weed. They
might try this remedy with success:
Hull two H)iind of arsenic and four
pounds of sHlsndu In six gallons of
water. To every gallon of thu boiling
mixture add three gnllous or cold water
nd sprinkle It over the walks while It
Is warm. Do not put It on after the
walk have been wet by the rain or by
the hone. Use It when they are very
dry and dusty
Qrsst Aid to Town.
One of the liveliest commerclnl clubs
In the state of Kansn Is nt Arkansas
City. It Is resultH that lount, and tho
club seem to be getting result. There
Is nothing so beneficial to n town, be
It largo or small, a a harmonious
working together of It husltiue men
for the whole good of the place.
i Our Canned Goods are all fresh and
i are the best efforts of experience in
j! buying and canning. They are com-
i posed of the best fruits, cleanly and
!; carefully packed, and are sure to satis-
jl fy the most particular buyer. Every-
! thing in this line at a good price,
considering the superior quality.
; We are always watchful for the interests
of our customers. We are anxious to
provide that which is attractive. We
; supply the goods that open your eyes
; to their widest capacity. Call and see.
Wasatch Store Co.
I Stores nt Sunnysldc, Castlo Gate, Winter Quarter and
i Clear Crook.
fMMwpjiTA.T 'w-iT-i i tiiir ii iisiniei 1I1H1M1
TMTni THE "FAULTLESS" A
bifSMeable Iron Range '
Kl2Snn,u 3MVCO M tint ceit t rust. t
TnlcBPa BAKES f&SZr '","t '
pir lasts &&. "- " I
K,Jtl3i-B " LVJVJIVO g. (.. Mll.h. .,.
a J. C. Wccter Lumber Co.
Rjj, 1MIICB. UTAH 1
I SUNNYSIDE LIQUOR HOUSI
i itirrvn i.nnoit .muk'iiants,
, Miintivside, (astli ""ale. Wliner Quarter nnd Clear (reek. UW
J MtlHINO HIT 'I Hi; HIWT IN STOCK.
i Klne Wines. Ilraudles, Deer .ind Cordial for the Kamlly iri
1 Pod and liilard Table
NOTICi: I'OU PUIH.It'ATION.-
Coal Hntry. (8c. 2347, It. 8.) Land
Offlco nt Halt Uko City, Utnh, De
cember 31, 1912. Notlco 1 horoby
given that Truman A. Kotchum ot
rortmouth nvonuu, Portland, coun
ty of Multuomuh, Rtato of Oregon,
ha thl day filed In thla oftlco ap
plication to purchase, Serial No.
010862, under tho provisions of Sec
tion 2347. U. H. Itovlsed Htntutoa,
tho NWNWV.. BWViNWU dxita 1
nnd 2.NKUNWU) of Bee. 31,Twp.
12 South, Hnngn 10 Kaat, Halt I.ftko
morldlan. Any nnd nil poraona
claiming adversely tho landa do
Bcrlbel, or desiring to object for
any roanon to tho oalo thoruof to
tho applicant, uhould fllo their affl
davlU of prottitt In thl offlco dur
ing tho thirty-tiny iierlod of publica
tion Immediately following tho flrat
printed Uauo ot thla nifllco, othor
wlso tho application may bo allowed.
K. D. IU THOMPSON, Roglstor.
Plnit pub. Jan 23; last Fob. 20-13.
xtmci: von puhmcation.
(I'ttbllshcr.) Department of tho In-,
torlor, U. 8. Land Offlco nt Salt
I.nko City, Utnh, January 7, 1013.'
Notlco bt hereby glvon that Charles
!.. Dobord of I'rlce, Utnh, who, on
March 18, 1D12, mado Desert Land
Kntry No. 09B23, for NV&NBU. Hoc.
22, Twp. 1C South, IUuigo 10 Kaat,
Salt Ijjko meridian, haa filed notlco
of Intention to mako flnnl dosort
land proof, to ostnbllsh claim to
tho land nbovo deocrlbod, before It.
W. Crookott, United Stnto commls
lonor, nt I'rlco, Utah, on tho 12lh
day of March, 1913. Claimant nnmos
n wltnesso Krod I.. Ulco, C. V.
Thompson, K. A. Thompson and J,
C. Ilurglund, all of Price, Utah. K.
D. It. THOMPSON, lloglstor.
First pub. Jan. 23; laat Fob. 20-13.
Over threo hundred forma ot logal
blanks In stock at Salt Uko City
and Provo price. Advocato Pub
Mailing Co. Advt.
MeenHOd abstraotur of titles un
tier no.000,00 bond. It. W. Crock
ett & Co. Advt.
NOTICH roil PUHI.ICATk'
(Publisher.) Depiirttnout of t
torlor, U. 8. Uml Office
Lnko City, Utnh, January 10, S
Notlco Is hereby glvim that AS
K. Aunt, whoxo poatofflco tm
Is 201 Dooly building, Salt I
City, Utah, did, on tho 28th 4
Soptombor, 1912, fllo Ui tbtifl
sworn sUitoment nud nppll4
No, 010S02, to purchnw the a
Ni:W, Soc. 14, Twp. 13 1
Itnngu 9 Kat, Bait Uko west
and tho Umbor thereon, uni
provision of tho act ot Jc
1878, and nctn antonihitory, I
m tho "Timbor nnd Htono W
buch vnluo ns might bo fixed I
prnlsomont, and that, purst
Bitch application, tho land vi
her thereon havo boon np
vnluo $100.00, tho Htono ti
nt $100.00, nnd that tald a
will of for final proof In ujC
hi appUcntlou nnd uworo
ment on tho 25th day ot I
1913, buforo tho register '
colvor of Uio Unltod State D
flco, at Salt Uko City, Itai
portion Is at liberty to protoB
purchaHo Injforo ontry, or IftWg
t-ontost at any tlmo befortW
Issue, by filing a corroborttff
fldavlt lit this office, allecUl!
which would dofoat tho oflWrl
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