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No 81 ;
M. 14 J'l.im
No. II .... T:1
No. 88 ttarta from Marlon.
No. 81. atopa at Marloa.
No. 89 will ! Columbxi fc 9
lew York Central Lines
BIG FOUR ROUTE, ,
No. 10 5-7 pm
No. 24 W am
No 40 12!23 pm
o. 15 :-1 ""
o, u . lft:r,s l,m
N. 18 11:20 l"n
No. 5 -:32 pm
No. .19 9:C am
No. 27 l:S6 Pm
No. 43 ... 7:21 pm
No. 11 f.:47 pm
No. 17 G:00 nm
All trains dally except locals and
Nos. 5 and 10.
fEffectlve, Oct. 20th, 1007.
hi E NEBERGALL,
For further Information regnrdlng
trains, call Information operator,
ERIE Ml LROIP
No. 10, Chataqua Ex. .....12:25am
No. 8, New York Ex. ...,.0;00 am
No. 12 4:55 am
No. 4, Vestlbul Limited ....G:13 pm
.No. 30 Accommodation 12:52 pm
O. . DIVISION.
No. 22 arrives 5:20 pm
sNo. K,j.lme.i crom. arrives. .12: 10 pm
No. 9, Chicago Express .12:45 am
No. 3, Vestibuled Limited 10:54 am
bNo. 15 Kenton and Lima ace 1:40 pm
bNo. 21 7:00 am
No. 7, Pacific Express 11:00 pm
SOUTH AND CINCINNATI.
No. 9, Cincinnati Exprsf...l:lE am
No. S.Vestibuled Limited 10:59 am
No. 13 1:45 pm
Dally, b Dally except Sunday.
That's the number of boars
Marion is from tho Exposition
via the Hocking Valley route.
Choice of TWENTY-NINE
different routes direct (via
Washington, Petersburg, Phil
adelphia or Baltimart) or
via New York.
10 DAY LIMIT.... 12.00
15 DAY LIMIT.... 10.50
60 DAY LIMIT 19.25
SEASON TICKET.... 21.80
yiA NEW YORK
60 DAY LIMIT.... ?23.75
SEASON TICKET.... 28.50
Tickets on sal daily to
- - OES -
For the fall. We show a
fine line of Wall Papers
comprising a large line of
patterns in all grades for
iff up to the fine imported
Second Hand Goods s 'still
reet. Owing to tne scare
mtsel) it. Open irom
' if ftsi '
Ltffcl SbktMUiul I..
According to Story from
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MEETING TO BE CALLED
SM C. I
By the Magnates of the Four
National Commission wilt RaUfy
O any Reasonable Solution P. O.
M. Would Combine with the O.P.
Akron. Nov.' 15. President Mor
ton of tho O, and P. tongue has
nt last come otit and declared
himself on tho redlstrlctlng ques
tion. The attempt of Marly Ho
Kan and Richard Ouy to form an
other league and place Guy at
Its, head probably had something to
do with Morton expressing hlm-
'I realized when he National
association was holding Its meet,
lug In Now Vork that there could
be no hope for this league un
less tho proposed redisricting was
brought about, and although tho
club representatives could agreo'
upon no course to pursue, and Dr.
Carsnns, Dick Guy and msolf
did no better nt our conference,
I placed tho meeting before Fee
letary Fnrrell," Morton said yes
terday. "I was given Ms word thnt
the association would look after
the matter and sanction the chango
Jut as soon as affairs are lined up
out here so that the deal can
bo put through without doing any
of the clubs harm."
Heretofore Morton hns withhold
any Information as to what wns
done by the National league along
tho lino of ledlstrlctlng. but what
be now says shows that he Is
endeavoring to bring about a
stronger league President Morton
practically admits thnt unless a
ledlstrlctlng can bo bi ought nbout
It will mean tho disruption of
organised baseball In this re.
glon. Roth ho nnd Secretary Far
rell hns boon keeping In touch
with all of tho magnntes of tho
leagues concerned nnd as soon
as matters assumo a more deflnlto
shape the association will tako
Morton stnted that probably
within a week the magnntes nt
Manslleld, -Marlon. Newark and
Lancaster will hold a meeting when
they will decldo on tho make
up of a league that will be com
posed of tbeso four towns nnd
four othors In thnt pnrt of tho
The niofet llkoly solution
presont lies In the formation
two separate leagues out of
O. and 1'., one to Include
four northern and western towns,
and tho other to Includo tho
northern, nnd enstern clubs. In
this connection It Is interesting to
know that President Fturgos of
tho Mnnsfleld club hns invited
Presldont Mlschlor of tho Sandusky
club to nttend the proposed west
1 district mooting and , the latter
town may becomo a pnrt of tho
now league. Other towns considered
In tho same connection ajo Lima,
I'indlny and Zanesvlllp. Plan
Pittsburg. Pa.. Nov. lo Tho P.
O. M. loaguovvot,ed President Rich
ard Guy authority to take In jiow
towns thnt will benefit tho league.
Tho llraddock flub is out or tho
organization and by tho league
voting nn $1,800 salary limit, nt
loaHt two moie clubs aro expected
Tho president will bogln nego
tiations with clubs In tho O, nnd
P,, with tho aim of getting them.
Fnirmoiint and Clarksburg of tho
West Penn. league went to conso
lidate and take up , n, J', o. M
f 1 .'uichJso.
Tho tfnms proposed for tho now
lenguo by Rlclinrd n, Guy has
boon changed somowljat in that
thoro aro two now ones In tho
league. These aro Steubonvlllo and
McKoesport, and theso teams will
tako tho placo of Unidntown and
Sharon, giving tho 0 and P. nnd
tho V, O, M. each four towns i
tho now circuit.
The meotlng of tho P. 0, M.
was of short duration, ns Hognn
movod nn adjournment of throe
weeks, and with tho support of
Stouhonvlllo, iDnst T.lverpool and
McKeenport, carried thp measure.
open at 112 Chinch and Wall
or money wc will buy your stun
5 a. m. to 10 p. m.
TIMES FOR HOLDING COMMON
PLEAS COURT, A., D. 1908 n
State of Ohio,
Terilh: Judicial District.
It is ordered that tho terms of the
Common Pleas Courts ot the several
counties in said Judicial district, for
tlio year 1008, be fixed as follows, to
wlt: 'Hancock county, on tho 3rd day of
February, 4th day of May and tho
14th day of September.
Hardin county on tho 0th day of
January, 30th day of March and tho
14th day or September.
Seneca county on tho Cth day ot
January, 30th day of March and tho
mill day of October.
Wood county on tho fitb day O
Jnnuaiy, 1th day of May and tho
litb day of September.
Crawford county on tho Cth day of
January, itli day of May and the
7th day of September.
Mnrion county on the (1th day of
Janunry, 4th day of May and tho
7th day of September.
Wyandot county on the 10th nay
of February. Cth thy of April and tho
12th day of October.
Union county on the Cth Nlny of
January, 30th day of March nnd the
llth day of September.
Logan county on tho 10th day of
February, 4th tiny of May and the
19th day of October.
It Is further ordered that the courts
of tho 1st sub-dlvlslon bo held by
Judges Wllllnm F. Duncan, IJ. M.
Fries ami George E. Schroth.
Thnt the courts of tho 2nd sub-ill-vision
be held by Judges Boston G.
Young anil Daniel Itnbst.
That the couits of tho 3rd sub-division
be held by Judge John M.
It Is further 'ordered that tho Hon.
Boston O, Voting bo designated as
Supervising Judge nnd that said
terms of court begin nt 0 o'clock a,
BOSTON G. YOUNG.
GEO. E. SCHROTH,
WM. F. DUNCAN,
EDWARD -M. FRIES,
JOHN M. BRODERICIC,
Judges Tenth Judicial District.
Dated at Marlon, Ohio, this lBh day
of October, A. D., 1007.
Tho State of Ohio,
Morion County ss.
1. W. W. Klinefelter. Clerk of the
Couit of Comon Pleas, within and
for Marlon County, Ohio, do hereby
certify the foregoing to .bo a trtio and
correct copy of the original Order
fixing Times for holding Common
Pleas Courts In tho Tenth Judicial
District of Ohio, 190S, now on tilo Jn
Witness my band and the seal
of said Court at Mai Ion, Ohio,)
this 15th day ot October, A. D.
W. W. KLINEFELTER. Clerk
EARLY IN FIELD
Many Sportsmen Out After
Quail and Cotton-Tails.
The Merry Crack of the Hammer
less Positive Proof That Bunt,
-log Lid is Off.
Tho lid -Is off today for hunting
fiunll and rabbits. Marlon nlmrods
were busy long bofore sunrise and
tho steady pop) pop) heard all
day long, wns evldonco of powder
and Miot being wasted oven if lit
tle game was bagged. Huntors(
jeturnlng to, tho city at noon say
the game is not qulto fas plentiful
jns reportod. Several got nlco col
lections or quail nnd bunnies.
Other gamo which Is not protect
ed nt tills tlmo includes tho
woodcock or Carolina dovo, rail,
bird, wild goose, plover, snlpo, wild
duck, mud hen and skunk.
Dealers In guns and ammunition
report the largest, sales of recent
years, and ftiy thero seems . to
bo a hunter for every bird,
that means plenty ot them,
the farmers report that quail
rabbits tiro morn plentiful
fall thnn usual. Many of theso
hunters will have to do their
work without dogs, for a good
bird dog Is at a premium.
The Shamrocks vpn two ganes
from tho High Hollom on tho eRy
bowling all6ys last evening, Sonsa'
tlonal scores were conspicuous by
tholr ubbonco, Following Is the ro
aults: ,;1 '
Howbher .,.,, 173 178 145
Bryan , 171 112 145
Cosgnno ,.103 J37 143
Laruq ,.,.,130 172 113
S.inforrt ,...,. 151 a?8 109
Dorwood ..1 137 -
Cull , ,.,. 182
Postal ..., 163
Jordan ,,.,, ..145
th Marion DAiyfiywioR,,rRirJAYlovEMHEil.i5, ino7
or,--'. ..'' '" '
"THE- FLAWING ARROW"
A fair sized trowd was piesent
at the Grand Inst evening toitvlfo won considerable
witness the production of "Tho
Flaming Arrow". 'Jlie play ,was
all that could be desired, tho
stage settings being exceptionally
pretty nnd tho lending roleH most
capably handled with tho best
of support. Taken us a wholo tho
production wns one of tho best
western tlrnmns 'witnessed at
local theater inycara.
Govey & Tafe'ikri'n beautiful
play, "flrokon Hearts" wl)l hold
the boards atfylie Grand Opera
House, NjturdayVXbv. 1(.
tho Well Known Society Comedy
The plrty is one. of heart Inter
est, reaching tho hearts of all. It
Is plcturosqtto In scenery which
makes It a coinplotQBrenle produc
tion.' It shows how-a joung coun
try gill Is enticed away from
homo by a clt 'gQiitloimm who
with hlu flue talkvioiid clothes
his- homei Th. Now
ork Cit, uhoro, b ' tries to
compol her to marry .him so thnt
ho might obtain tho foYtUno loft
her. His scheme however, Is found
out .nnd his plnis , aro unsuccess.
ful as the young :plrl renounces
him for the vlllnln'fho is.
Specialties aro liwtho pluy.
THE WALLS OF,- JERICHO"
Tho city of Mnrion will ontortnln
next week n distinguished actor
nnd his hardly less''' wol) known
wife. Henry B V Stanford and
Laura Iturt ropresont -amatrimon.
lnl aa woll ns ajFj artistic Angll.
Snxon alliance. .'Miss Ilurt Is an
American woninii 'ny adoption,
MOTHER GETS ESTATE
f HTENDED FOR A DOG
Canton, ()., y, 55 a jury In
tho supeiior court a. Seattle, Wash,
last night, decided in favor of
Mrs. Elizabeth Mplchblr, of 'this
city, u fecble.mli)df'tlv person in her
rfjghty.iilnth eur,rin- her suit ut
tncking tho will ijft bor non, nn
occcutria clmractor. .wno died la
Senttlo a jear ago,, leaving
estate valued at ,W0l)".f)00i
Choir, is ho was known, dlreotod
that the Cfjtato bo devoted to tho
orpetlon apd piali)taihaiico or n
great maitboreuni for tho body ot.
himself and his do, Hobov
W E CORSETS
Best Without Costing Most
ALL DEALER MLL THEM at' i.0 VFWA,&D
WNoAnrnjiyMMOJ.; Mek.r: 97ti$T r..4M, M. t,
sawsgMBPg.i i,.,maa i, , ,1 , .... 1 .. 3 -r ,y x
B BLOOD POISON
tholigh sbo wnH liorV
Iti tho 'ls-
laud of ,Mnn.
beforo nho Invndetl T.ondon. Mr.
Stanford Is an T3ng1lsh actor and
caino "to thlti country first, I
believe. In tho supporting com
pany of the latoSlr ITenry Irv
ing, With u well selected company of
players Mr. Manfoid nnd Miss "Hurt
will preboiit ARretl Sutro'a "Tho
Walls of; Jericho" nt Mho Grand
Opera H'oufle on Wednesday night,
Tho clmi actor of tho chlpf
players, nnd Hie beauty of tho
play from 11 ulctOilnl nnd pbetlc
standpoint ,ninl(es this engagement
-.r?ar. . .
Drama. "Tho Walls
one of the. most important in this
city thlb'" boason, says Mr. Stan
ford. "1 nifi well awaie that tho
crago patnm Is seeking only
nimiFement of tho most obvious
kind, and that it is tho part
ot wisdom for tho producor to
keep bis attractions somewhere on
a level with tho tnstcs of his
llntrous, but I do not sco why a
well-written, we'll singed, .wolyjct.
od play should not no orcered to
tho popular priced people Tho
theatrical producor certainly hns
that strenuous playhouse, whfch
ought to pleaso u certain sot of
peoplo and make money.' If ho
can occasionally offer a lift for
public tnfito and tvo bis peoplo
n '"'load" toward higher things, I
see only tho most commondablo
zeal lii' such n venture. For this
reason I hopo sea tho Grand
crowded on next Wednesday night
as a, testimonial to tho good tasto
of tho peoplo, who aro continually
complaining that- tfi.no buys only
trivial amusement." '
Chlldipn's solid kav.?!iron calf school
shoes that wear Well. Beatty & Long's.
Try ADMIRAL COFFEE
BEGINS A FIGUT ON
THH GROCERS' TRUST
Denver, NpV. 15, -Attorney Gen
eral Dixon yustcrduy began nn action
under the common law in the district
court with a view of breaking ' up
ftho nlleged giocers' trust, composed
or Colorado Morchnnla' asaocl.itlous.
, Tho complaint nllegcs, that ttfo
pi Ices of foodstuffs hayo boon main
tained 20 par cent, higher thnn they
wouldhnva boon without a combin
ation pt wholesale and jobboru.
s - - ' . "' . Ajy ' t
TllC first SVlUotom Of Contairi'ous Rlood'Pnlsnti Is nsuallv it little Lrin til'cl
M-iiivu i ijmcKiy louoweci py a reu rasn ou tne skin, swollen ginncts in iqp r
groin, falling 'hair, ulcerated iotith and throat, nnd.ofton copper fcolort f '
aj'iuii;m;.- un aiitereiu pans 01 me oouy.
contaminated with the noison. mtstular
tile flesh, and in extreme canes the itcrvefl nnd bones are attacked and thi
finaer nails dron off. Then the sufferers find theiuscl ves diseased from liV4
to foot with thisJiumiliaUnir, vile and de&tructive poison. No other tliscie
is so highly contagious ; many nn'innoccitt person lias been'inocuMtedJy
handling the' cldthirg or using the toilet articles of nn-'fufctedjipeniMi,'
Thete i.f but orre certain, lelinble euro for Contarrions Rlood PoiAon. and tliat
is S. S. S. It attacks the disease tin the
m.M. .. .,.'.-' ui .uiiiiiiuu,i jjiuuu 1 (msuii, 11 yuu itic m-
rlMfc.LY Vtu 1 1 rpLc fering with this, debasing and destructive
. f 1 A'.' disease begju the use of S. S. S. and get the
poisbn out of your blood before it permanently wrecks your health. Wd
have a home treatment book on the disease wluchiwc will send free to 'all
wha wish it, and in addition our physicians wilt give without charge nny
medical ad vice needed. THE SWIFT 'SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA. OA.f
THIS LOCOMOTIVE CAN
SURELY GO SOME
Clnyton. N. J.. Nov. 15. .What Is
said to bo the fastest milb ever made1
by a locomotlvo was covered today by
steam locomotive No. fiGc, which Is
being used In the special tests being
conducted by tho Pennsylvania rail
road, when It traveled n mile lit n
speed of soventy-nlne miles an hour.,
LONDON FAVORS OIMPLE SUITS.
Smart English Women Frown on the
1 Picturesque In Dress.
There Is a distinct rotiirn In Loudon
to tho old-rnBliloned tnllor-mnde nnd
a greater simplicity of stylo nnd trim-
long coat is calry.ng nU before it.
This, to bo correct, sl10uld.be of three
quaitcr length, turned back with black
satin rovers, nnd.edgcd nil around with
black brnlil or binding. For tho inost
part these coats show a small inner
walstdoat, clit rather hlRh lu the neck,
while tho onf Rsolf, to be ically
siutut, should closo with fair buttons
at tho waist, tho back fitting perfectly
and suggesting a much longer waist
lino thnn has been worn of late.
As to sleeves, the war ror suprem
acy between tho long nnd the short
stylo goes on morrlly Quito ns many
of tho now mpdels display wide three
qunitor sleeves as long ones that finish
With a neat braid gauntlet at tho wilst.
Sklits arc tighter nt the back than
they havb been for somo time paxt,
and at those shops such as Paqitln's
whero tho picturesque niodo still
prevails; a now fashion Is being 'in
troduced, all skirts being slightly
dinped In front nnd worn high In' tho
omplre style, which Is so becoming to
Striped materials very dark In Into
and of colors that taUo their touo
from autunn Uoweirf; such ns deep
purplo, pale brown, green and mole,
nro qulto tho favoiito mode for Bninrt
tailor nindes. s
PUT BACK GLOVE CATCHES.
Operation. Seems Much More Difficult
Than It Really Is.
When catches come out ot gloves it
is hot, necossary to discard' tho gloves
by any means, for the ran bo put
back again unless they have torn tho
places from whlcji thoy hnvo come.
Do not be" discouraged If, on examin
ing the holt left by tho dcp.nitcd catch,
It seems twice nn largo ns tho catch
itself. This Is piohably merely he
causo it Is sttelched and will not tnnlto
any difference In tho mplaclng. With
a flno nccdlo and cotton, not silk,
overcast tho holo In small Blltnhes,
not going cry deep Into tlje glove. A
very Bhallow ovci casting will hold
without pulling out. Dinw the hole up
slowly and caiefully around tho but'
ton In tho groou moaut fur it. K tho
work Is tlono plhcrwlso thnn slowly
and carefully tho thread may break of
tho materlul may pucker. But If tlono
ns pieseilbed, oion a largo holo will
gradually fill In nnd fall Into placo.
After tho thread bay beeu drawn up
In this way, it should bu wrapped
aiound tho clasp two or threo timda
to mnko all secure and thp thieud
llnlsiied off on tho wiong sldo. If
theso directions ufo cnntly followed
no sign will bo left that thu catch has
over parted, company Willi tho glovo.
WILDCATS FOR EMPRESS.
China's Rulsr Oommlislons HUnWr to
Get Grlzsllet, Too.
Seattle, Wash. Stonhr-n Mnbon, an
old hunter uhd tiuppcv, known all
over tho wost an ono of tho most ro
iparkablo of shuts, has jnst iccolvcd
ap unuHiinl comml?lon fiom the em
press dowager of China, Through u
fur company of. Oils placo Muson is
commissioned, to captiunj a pair of rl
live BilK2ly boars- and four llvo wild
cats. Tho ciupress is cnntomplntliig nn
Impnilal muuoum tif tho world's uotcq
but -fast dlsaimoarhisr animals, nnd la
to tucliido In tho coiloctlnn tho above
named species,, Mason wl ondt-ayqr
to fill tlio order lu tbordH of the
CubcuiIq niountiUiiB near tho Caidian
Several months ago a Seattle firm
sept threo burfiilqes and a cngo of
coudftin to' her majesty,
It ! aald the Chinese emprcs'a la en.
dettypring to acmiho ho menagcrlo
,tlt, )ur siibjtjcls, ay Itiiow of tlie
anlmuls of nttflbo enitlu ,
as tne oiowi Decomes more inn; v ; j ni
cniotions rind Kores break-mil
right. way by going down into Me.
v-ui.iuui.iun. una iicmnuizin? nnti lorcinir otii
ever' particle" of the poison t Ifiunkcs thi'
blood pyre and rich, tones up the system!,
and completely and permanently cures tllis
disease. S. S. S. has cured thousands of casSs
f m.. M:M.... i 1 -r..-.. ti --- ...if
ELECTION FRAUDS IM
THE TOLEDO ELECTION
Toledo, O., Nov. !'). Election
frauds aro almost certain to
reach tho grand Jur ns the result
of disclosures mado when CJhnrles
chultz, credited in ono precinct
with but ' seven votes, ns cnndldato
for council, presented affidavits
to show thnt thirty ono, mqn Jind
voted for him In flint precinct. ,
Schulti! Is nn Independent nnd "m
ran against Krnpst VIck. Tho re.
turn showed VIck . 3'f)2 i5fotes and
chiilta 7. In xpltc orv tho rnct
thnt Whitlock, at the Wad ot
Srhultss'A tlekct, received 102
An InvcstlRlntlnn wns alnrted by v
l'' ",' V
an 1 thoy
claim still other affl.lavltsi hnvo
been secured. The matter 'will
conio before 1 1 1 tv Irtnrrt of ' elec
tions nnd council, rs tv ns bo
fore Prosecutor Wiclionhelinor. f '
Women's $1.18 nil holltl kangaroo
cair shpes at Beatty & Long'snll
styles. " ' it
PEARY WILL MAKE
ANOTHER DASH NORTH
New York, November 10--Com-mnndcr
Roheit Peary's Arctic, steam
er RoOsevelt, which has bef-n.Vnt
Shooter's Island undergoing repairs'
lor several months, was given rtc pre.' '
t.l ., .. ..... ',..
iiniiimi nip mi tiio mmson , riverA
today. Cantaln Robert .BartfeU:
who commanded the vessel on' her
lns( exploration trip nortlfr was-Jin'
commnnd, and iho, test Wasu pro
nounced successful In every way. It
is stated that tho vessel has boen
practically rebuilt nnd Is now a much
strcngor slilp both ns tocher bull nnd
machinery thnn she was boforo. It
was nnnounccd by tho Peary Arctic
Club today that actlvo preparations
will bo begun for another dash for
tho North Pole. It Is said that Com
mander Peary will leave Now -York
aoput .Mny 1.
Try ADM1RA-' COFFF1-!
WAS BURNING INCENSE .
( AS THE BIBLE COMMAM)S
J'iiulluy, O.. Nov, ,irt Durnlrig
Inconso ns told ot In thq Rlblo wns
the causo of Mi(s Hannah Jane
Oninn's death nt Rn'wson.
Mlsa Oninn wnsfio years old ahd
lived nlono. Neighbors called on her
and saw that slid was slttlnc be- .
foro n pan of llvo "coals. S!io
said sho had read lit' her 'Bible
abouy 'burning InVonse.'
"Sovornl hours later" Bmoko was
soon coming from tho crevices
nrountl tho windows" nnd doors.
A door was broken in und Miss
Oman wns soon crawling on hor
hniids and knees, but as soon jib
sl)o was taken out, sho died.
-Shu was fearfully burned nbout.
tho 'body and faco. , , ,.
I Y Kuarantro to Mhtr cujo ur luftlnd
lllceillnn, or I'rolrUilltn: Tiles" who fallli
fully and properly uiot 4
Dr. A. W. Chase's
ler, T, U Itabertj of 103 Marshall St.,
Syracusf, f.'J Y KDysj "l'or nine year 1
uuTTercd frura Itclilns and prolrudliiE wllei
wtlcli weru no bad that lliry1 ncceasiUled my
olnonco Irom profcuiloual dullo. I uicd
tmmorau iPiuetllPH pud iuulnrnt au opera
tlou wltliout if llet, but by ucIuk Dr, A.' W.
t'hnnn'it Ointmeiit I am nan permaneutly
cured." Mo n bax. All drularv or Dr. A. W.
Cbu Mcdltluo Co , Uulfalo, N. Y. "
" Fpr alo In Maron Ohio by Flock
en's Drug -Store.. . ,
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