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ave AliGone Sine TaIdkg
diaE.Pi ns Veg
reH LPa.-" Kindly permit mI
D g a yu my testimonial in fav'r of
Lydia E. >inkham's
pound. When-1 first
began -taking it I
was suffering from
female troubles for
41W .some time.and had
3 almost a 1"d 'Of
ler pattof back-and
tng down " .
- .dmd 3ot %Vebp and
bad no Sin1e ave taken
Lydia & h= 'Vegetable Com
ound the achdm ta pains are all gone
and [ fel I& V new woman. I cannot
A,990'S LYON, Terre Hill, Pa.
Ift, is true that nature and a wonah's
ork has produced the gnndest temedy
for woman's U9s, that t16 World has
ever known. Ftoni th roots and
herbs of the fied Lydia E. Pinkham,
V tt yeats fgtN gave to womankind
a remedy tot their peculiar ills which
as pr. more efficacious than any
otei tombination of drugs ever com
and today Lydia R Pinkham's
I. Compound is recognized
fom ost to coast as the 4tandard
-venledy for woman's illa,
Tn the P'nkham Labhnaory at Lynn,
Mass., are fles emntuing hundreds of
&WMnbOf kettes from women seek
ZkgheaM-many of them openly state
Vert&kWn signatures that theyhave
their health by takting Lydia
's Vegetable Compound;
ma insomecases that it hassavedthem
r m surgical operations.
Puwmpt Re ef-Permanent Cure
liVER PI.S never
.but gently on l
tbe liver. WItT
SALL PILSIAIL DOSE, SMALL PRCL
Geuift must bear Signature
Shing es, Spanish 'Tile
aveavama IN sneer METAL
- -SJILttWG MATERIAL.
- gNT THATMONEY CAN SUV
TENTS AND AWNINGS Iir
,,st.c 9FNOGRECTaAWsBG Ce.smkeiUe.m
His Brand of Religion.
"Brother Philander," said' I to our
bead deacon the other dlay, "I have
been watching Brother Sly for a while
and Ilam free to confess that I can't
quite understand his brand of religion.
'He seems different somie days than
others."- "Yes," replied Old Philander
with one ,o'f his knowing smiles, "I
know 'what you mean. -I will tell you
about bly and his religion. Now, on
Sunday he doesn't allow the neighbors
to interfere with his devotions. On
week days he doesn't allow his devo
. tions or his religion to interefere in
his dalings with his neighbors. I
might put It a little plainer. The Lord
is safe all the time. The neighbors
are safe'only on Sunday." Philander's
knowledge of church history is so fine
that it keeps down all dissension, and
we regularly re-elect him unanimously
as treasurer and boss deacon.-Kan
sas City Star.
Yetterine Cures Itching Piles Quickly.
"One applicgtion of Tetterine cured me
of a case of Itching Files I had for five
Bayard Benton. Walterboro. S. C.
Tetterine cures Eczema. Tetter. Ground
Itch. Ring Worm. Infants' Sore Head.
- Pimples. Itching Piles. Rough .Scaly
Patches on the Face, Old Itching Sores.
t Dandrufr. Cankered Scalp. Corns, Chil
blainis and every form of Scalpi and Skin
Disease. Tetterine. 50c. Tetterine Soap
25c; At druggists, or by mail direct from
The Shuptrine Co., Savannah. Ga.
With every mail order for Tetterine we
give a box of Shuptrine's 10c Liver PillsF
Tough on the Bears.
Some time ago Walter Shaw, know..n
as one of Gardiner's most persistent
wags, wrote a letter to the New Yerk
Society for the Prevention of Cruelty
to Animnas. It was deplorable, be said,
the way thie government men in charge
of the Yellowstone park treated the
S wild animals. Their cruelty was abso
lutely barbaric. Just to cite one in
stance, he said, these scoundrels did
not give the poor bears anything to
*eat during the entire winter, when the
* hole park is blanketed with snow.
The society Immediately started an
inyestigation, beginning at the office
of the~ secretary of the interior. :Suceh
-cruelty must be stopped. It -pressed its
investigation until some - friendly nat
uralist told them that bears hibernate
Important to Mothera
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for
Infants and children, and see that it
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Chilcle Cry for Fletcherfs Castoria
- "What are you painting from a soap
"I ama using a soap box as a model,"
answered the cubist witli dignity, "but
the subject of the painting Is a young
girl standing by a brook."
Punishment Fit for the Crime.
Styles-You say they hazed your boy
Myles--I should say so: Why, they
got him in a poker game anid skinned
LADIEs CAN WEAR SHOES
One size smaller after ustu Allen's Foot-5aqe, the
Antiseptic powder to be staken into the shoes. It
makes tightOrnew shoes feel easy. Just the thing
for dancing. R fuseabstuts. For FREE trial~
package, address Alen s.Omsted. Le Roy.N. Y. Adv.
Paying Him a Compliment.
"T heard a woman flattering you
"Is that so? What did she say?"
"'Sh e was telling another woman that
I married you for your money.
Girls. If a young man doesn't know
how to make love. it is neither arduousF
MAJ. GEN. JAMES
took part In the battle of Wounded Kne
He became a captain in the regular a
later reached the position of chief of t
1907, he was appointed a major genera
being jumped over the heads of L036 t
WIFE OF FRENCH I
Though some of the largest em
bassies are presided over by American
hostesses who are wives of foreign
ministers and ambassadors, the great
er number of women In the diplomatic
corps are foreigners. One of these
who does not as yet speak the Nuk
lish tongue and who -has been in.
America only a short time is the
Countet de Bertler de Sauvigny, wife
the military attache of the French
embassy at Washington.
Count -an Countess de Bertier
came to America last November,
bringing with them their little son
Armand, a lad not five years old, and
his indispensable English nurse, who,
when - the countess is simply com
pelled to converse with some person
who does not speak French, acts as
interpreter. It is niot often, however,
that Countess de Bertier needs the
services of an Interpreter. Ask her
how she keeps house in Washington
without speaking the English tongue
and she raises her hands in horro, as
"Ah, but I do not'keep house. W
me? I let -others do the housekeeping.
What, then, does the countess like
of woman suffrage, the interviewer asb
countess are again 1:alsed In a gesture
women?, It does not interest her. Inde
regard to it. This is that it would bor
One thing, however, the Countess d
Is a spirited horse. 'Riding, she explain
n her native state of Washington, bu
probably keeps as close tab'on the pu
man in national politics. She likes pol
ested listener in the senate gallery wh
t:ba floor. All of which sounds like the
FMISS SUMNER, ST)
"Eonomy must and will become
hQ watchword of our national life,"
says Miss Helen Sumner, statistical
xpert for the children's bureau, su
perintendent of agents for the United
States commission of industrial rela
tons at Washington, and a woman
who is internationally known as an
uthority on labor conditions as they
ffect women and children.
"Thrift, as a national Ideal." con
inued Miss Sumner, "will need to
ave Its inception in the home. It'
wS.1 have to be taught at the mother's
nee before it can become a principle
f 'American living. The American
oman bar never learned it. The
European 'woman knows and practises
t Instinctively, for it has become In
erent in her after generations of
trifty people that have gone before
er. In this country, as was perfectly
atural for any nation of tremendous
esources, and at first of sparse popu
ation, our people have lived with
.travagance. Now it is different. We
tion is not only'an expedient but a nece
LOW SHOE IS QUITE HANDY
evice Shown in llustration Makes
the Task of Moving Cumbersome
When taking a plow to and from the
lelds, it Is no easy matter. The plow
shoe device illustrated makes,- this
Handy Plow Shoe.
iuch easier. writes Creel Q. Chandler
f Darrow. la., in the Missouri Valley 1
armer. To make it you need a piece
f scrap iron one-quarter incl othick.I
. heif 6ever would be a pick or
1hovel in- my regiment, If I had my
vay," declares Major General Bell,
tnd from this speech one may read
he character of the man. "A soldier's
'eapons should be rifles, not intrench
ng tools. The minute an army stands
;till and begins W6 dig intre1ibhiients
he efyaes courage and begins
:o.attik. The only way to fight them
s to keep them on the run."
General Bell was recently assigned
:o the command of the Second divi
dion at Texas City, Tex
James Franklin Bell was born in
5helbyville, Ky., Janfuatr 9, 1 H5. .re
;raduated in 1575 fItofi W'est Pohit,
lut didil't rea'ch the r'a.k of first lieu
:ehant iitl 15O. In 1881 he married
disi Sarah Buford of Rock Island, Ill.,
rho had attended finishing school in
Bell served on the plains, with
he "Fighting Seventh" cavalry during
he Indian wars of 1878 to 1894, afid
e, the last great fight of the red meh.
-my In March, 1899, and seteh yeanf
fte staff of the army. On Januai 3,
L He rose with exdeytiii raijidity,
irs att the time he was appoiited
she says An French:
hy .should T do what is so stupid to
? I sh ineretedin he uesio
4.Hr h xrsighnso h
s hersy tn exnchn
y shouerlk Ivery.tI sor tupid Tht
!" Is he faoitereteanthen.sio
>f tHerwoen the core~nsioa the
red Wshingtonvioncvoed bfad win
:edsr to voit in orareidn
f thet favite ttes erain.pltce
AMrs. Poindeter' feri enstwir
toexlyuthat hef SponeWch.,ateistice
fathes women in the cngeinal et
tWsingteon theoye as votd ane it
tfrad to gve ayou her ampresidnsto
t.Her UnitedpoStts an herfrankesse
ln statingit here typiadf. heun
Alvetilitysaondeite frenes wif
ello yof- thte' estaternis
P..erhps re ontabn seans ofh
trbue an tha espia brad of visoal
erae redeno asl "akonthe Ses
paes pulisahen casitont a
tfi thogouve o ertiresions She
t.ser vpbiwpointim and hedoaessn
icaleboat, and the freashanes onte
visiongofsse westuer discsin. o
mostavace tpe oan eadnoa
the cnespapealiz tha conera.
triauty tog beat." vsin
Bena t assoinxe wine fIsta digram,
paters puisahe in eashnd. Ndx
tstrouot enhe enrom non. enShe
Inse of bistmernt asndoe anyh
nabiissue is fueddTer discussn n
mot badnehd te ow woma-.
ae raiing ito ae th gonrow
-apidly a surin the irste dnagram,
mdfto maige the in .fi end.tin
:hefale to holes oe wincheromec
Whd, en inches omd like endoth?
Whmen size asthoses in thtap. bolng
her tra thelbank. oadbeelth
Fidrsid fte front Gend andth
)The bar eid ittle plo tesoubld
>ente ofame mst ciprtntitms.
Foundi and alriker see tro
Ill the bill bestin most eta.
Good Cause tot AOM*
Deaths from kidney diseases have In
creased 72% in twenty years. People over
do nowadays in so many ways that the con
stahtiltering of poisoned blood wekens
: iffatarigli$' disesie. W *hen
backae or urinary Ills .- get *eak
kidneys, use Doan's Kidneyijs, drink
water freely and reduce the diet. Avoid
coffee, tea and liquor.
Doan's Kidney Pills command confi
dence, for no other remedy is so widely
used or so generally successful.
A North Carolina Cae"
- "I was badly run A t "eyPktire
do*n from kidney A TelsaStory"
complaint." says J.
G.' Cochrane. of 36 N.
Main St.. Asheville.
was terribly lame
and sore and I
couldn't work. I
knew two people
who had used Doan's
Kidney Pills vind I
finally tried them.
My health picked up
at one and kidney
disease was quickly
driven from.- aml)
ter. That appee&
two years ago; since
then I have been
Cet Doan's at Any Store. 0e a R=e
DOA N'S RIDNZT
FOSTER.&ULBURN CO.. BUFFALO, N. Y.
Belgiqn I .Geal FieF.
King Albei-t 6f Belgium, whb is an
ardent lover of tobacco, is an honorary
member of a dozen different Belgia'n
pipe smokers' club.
Next month a great pipe-smoking
tournament will open. simultaneously
in Brussels, at Antwerp, at Ghent and
at Liege. Prines, including a inagniil
t'eat meefsiianim bibe bfiefed by tile
king, will be coinpeted foi-, the win
hei-s befiig those wio sinoke the gfeat
est hmbei- of pipes in i given time.
Paticipatioi lii Ie contest is sub
jebt to one condition-thiat t.u& tbbacco
smoked sliall be of purely belgian oi
gin. It must have been g'rown either
in Belgium proper or In the belgian
RINGWORM ITCHED TERRIBLY
1545 Aisquith St., Baltimore, Mde
" bhiidreti iyei-6 iiited ih ifist
they balled iingworni of the Eskall
contracted from a house-cat they were
playing with. The ringworm formed
on their scalps about the size of a
silver dollar and their hair fell out,
leaving a round scale or crust on their
scalps. Their hair fell out in round
spots. There was terrible itehing, and
thet.t?ei-atched till the blood Eaffia.
.They were very fretful and could not
sleep at night, and they were very
cross. I- - .- -
"They -were treated for several
months with no improvement whatso
ever. I' was told they would never
have any hair and would always be
bald. Then i begaii sini tuticiia
Soap li tonne6tion ivith Outicura
tbintment and the first week I could
see the wonderful remedies were do
ing all they were claimed to do and in
six weeks' time they were. entirely
cured. They all have. a beautiful
growth of hair." (Signed) Mrs. Sadie
Pollock, Jan. 1, 1913.
Cuticura Soap and C)lntitent sold
throughoutthe wi-d. Sample of each
'free,with 32-p. Skin Book. Address post
card "Cuticura, Dept. L, Boston."-AdV.
"Why don't you .advertise?" asked
the editor of the home paper. "Don't
you believe in advertising?"
"l'm agin advertising," replied the
proprietor of the Hayville R~acket
"But why are yout against it?' asked
"It keeps a tellet too diirn b~ust,"
replied the propietors. "I adveirtised
in d. hewspapeir one tinle about ten
years ago, and I never even gdt time
to 'go fishind."
ACHY FEELINGS.~ PAIN IN LIMIIs -
and all Malarious Indications removed
by Elixir Babek, that well known rem
edy for all such diseases.
"I have taken up the three bottles of
your 'Elixir Babek?' and have not felt
so well and entirely free from pain in
'limbs for five years."-Mrs. E. Higgins.
Elixir Babek 50 cents, all druggists or
by Parcels Post prepaid from lIoczew
ski & Co.. Washington, D. C.
"Do you believe that nIoi-ey has
germs on it?"
"It may have."
"What in the .world shall we do?"
"Don't wor-t; it would take a
mighty active germ t'o hop frote the
money to you during thle shoi't tini
you keep what you get."
This is a prescription prepared es
Decially for Malaria or Chills and
Fever. Five or six doses Will break
any case, and if taken then as a tonic
the fever will tiot return. 25c.-Adv.
Couldn't Let It Pass.
First Scot-What about some liquid
Second Scot-No. Ah'm an abstain
er. But Ah'll ta' the money or a
For Rust Stains.
For removing ink stains and iron
rust from wash goods, cream of tartar
Is excellent. Dampen with soluti'on
and put in the sun.
Do not neglect Nature's Warn
If you suffer from headache, ner.
vousness, sick stomach, constipa
tion, palpitation, hysterics, or a dufl
heavy feeling in the head, TAKE
HEED for nature is saying to you
as plainly as if the words were
spoken, "I NEED HELP."
The tissues, muscles and mem
branes supporting your womanly
organs need strengthening-need
a tonic, need FOOD.
STELL.A-VITAE will supply what is
needed, will supply it in the form that will
bring quickest and most lasting results.
STELLA-VITAE, tested and approved
by specialists. has been PROVEN TO BE
nature's Great Restorer of strength to the
womanly o:-gans. For THIRTY YVEARS
it has been helping suffering women
No matter how many remedies you have
tried, no matter how many doctors have
failed to help you-you owe IT TO YOUR
SELF to try this great medicine for the
THE TRIAL WILL COST'YOU NOTH.
ING unless you are benefited.
We have authorized YOUR dealer to sel
you ONE bottle on our positive, binding
GUARANTEE of "money back if NO'I
HELPED." AFTER YOU are satisfied
he will sell you six bottles for $5.00.
Go or send this very day, this very hour,
and get that ONE bottle and be convinced
that you have at last set your feet firmly
on the road to perfect healhh and strength.
Thacher Medicine Company
TRINITY HOUSE OLD IN-YgARS1
Gri'tlng of Charter by Henry VilI.
Was Celi'ated in London on
.ondon.-On May 20, 1514, King
keTiry VIII.,. who ..was the virtual
founde- 0" .6e .-British navy, granted
a charter to the 41&rporatton'.of Trin
ity House, and on May fd, 1914, 'the
brethren of the corporation celebrttM
the 400th -anniversary by holding a
banquet, to which the leading mem-'
bers of the government and of the op
position were invited.,
The corporation of Trinity Hoi
has been unfortunate in the matter of
fBee. Their establishment in Water
Lane s"ih4d in the great fire, for, ac
Corner of Old. Trinity House and Ga%
tording to Pepys, hinself master in
ii6 and hi 1685
"N6w ind tfen; *akirg into th4
garden, saw how 'lor'ibigl t&i skyI
looks, all on a fire in the night, 'Wig
enough to put us out of our wits; and
indeed it was extremely dreadful, for
it.1ibkis it ! it was* at rest and the
whole hea'ei on ffa- 1; after supper,
walked in the dark ddi tA T0Wf
street, and there saw it all on fire, it
the Trinity House on that side and the
Dolphin Tavern on this side, which is
very near us; and the. fire with extra
fThe house was rebuilt, but was
agiIde af6ked by Bie In 1714, and
on this oS6asibii the 8itFek *a9
particularly disastrous, as miod 6i Ui
archives of the corporation were de
stroyed. As a result the history of
its early days Is obscure. It Is gener
ally believed that some kind 'of asso
ciation qf maritime men for the pro
gt~bfoi 8f.the trade ef the port of
London ekisted lion ie6 f ti~i We6n
of Henri VIII., and the cliarif;
granted in 1514, seems to recognize
the value of suoh an organization and
to aim at strengthening its position.
For It grants "to our said liege peo
ple and subjects that they may have
iid iJafl afid Ohigiflar the liber
tes, franchises and pri.dsdi di
their predecessors the shipnien 6i rxi&
riners of this our realrp of England
ever had, used or enjoyed. And also
that they may have and hold, them
and their successors, all the lands
and tenements which'they now have
5s bL6ESi WOiMAN IN Ub S;
Mrs. Clara Fountain Born in Bondage
Year George Washington Died
Celebrates 115th Birthday.
Hastings, Neb-Mrs. Clara Dawson
Newhouse Briley Fountain, the oldest
person in Nebraska, who lays claim to
being the 6ldest persaol in the Uinited
5tstes, 66iebrated hef 116th .bifth'day
at lifr i6nie Iii iIdstings fedentif. She
anid ief- hisaitii is fa? better inhan It
eas fifs feai- ago arit siie chuckled
as she said netweeii liuffs of her fa
vorite pipe: "Speckt therd mnist be
something to what my -son said on
my birthday, when he declared I' was
goin' to live forever."
Mrs. Briley lives with her son, Dr.
Nelson Briley, seventy-five, a colored
veterinary. She was born in bondage
on a Virginia plantation in 1779, the
same year George Washington died,
she says. Her own father, Tom Daw
son, on whose plantation she was born
etf aislave mother, sold her In bondage
t6 iiddleton Thoias of - iaistill;
Ky., and when she was but eleven
yeai-s old she was takeri to a Ken
tucky pilantation, away from her moth
er and associates.
"M'yr old daddy #iotlise~d nle half
the $$06 he gbt When he sold nie, but
i never seen any of the money or hini
again," she said. "I was christened
twice, the first time Dawson and thie
next time Newhouse. I was married
three times and I outlived them all
more than 40 years."
Mrs. Briley dearly loves her pipe
and smokes incessantly, often arising
in the niiddle of the njight for an ex
tra pipe or two. "No, it don't hurt
me," she said, "but it does me lots of
good and makes me live longer. I like
pop, too, and drink'a bottie wiieie
1 can get it"
"I sleep well and can eat more.
any one in the family, I guess. Two~
white women brought me twvO newi
aprons and a Jiar of apple butter on~
my birthday. My, they were good to.
me. A man offered to give me a ride
in his auto, but I'm 'feerd of them
Mrs. Briley' has inot been to church
for several years,'but accepted an in
vitation to attend Sunday. She has
recently lost the sight of one eye, but
the other member is good. She suf
fers but little ache or pain, is never
sick and walks about the house and
yard with the aid of a cane. She
posed for a picture with pleasure
on her birthday.
s'wo Hundred-Pound Man Escapes.
New York.-A few minutes before
he was to be arraigned on a theft
charge, John Martin, who weighs 200
pounds, escaped by squeezing through
a ventilator in Jefferson market court.
IDenounce Traffic in Drugs.
Chicago.-Pastors of 50 Chicago
churches devoted their Sunday ser
mons to denouncing the traffic in co
caine and other habit-forming drugs,
and demanding remedial legislation.
No False Teeth: Seeks Death
Elizabeth, N. .J.-Thwarted in an at
tempt to -hang himself by the limb of
a tree breaking, .William Smalley gave
as his reason for t-anting to die that
he vjyas unable to buy false teeth.
Husband and Wife Disagree.
New . Y ork.-Declarinlg that he
wanted his breakfast prepared before
se took her morning bath and that
every tim's she got into the tub he
pulled the stopper out, Mrsi. Harry
Stevens seeks a separation.
No Harsh Language to Cows.
Verona, .N. J.-Employes of the Fair
field Dairy company have been in
structed not to use harsh language in
addressing the3 cows.. The compnny offi
cials believe -that bosgy will gie more
and, better ~iIk ~ ated-,g~ut~3K~ -- -
ets -e -
It's the ideal offen 0to
guests or familye dil
-after diner.n '
than n m
It relieves al
Look for -the spear.
ltther- PerseriaL.fg ot uroe.Wi a~stetCSS'W
ne daf ttwo farm lab~orers were dis CA Eands opec
ussing tie -wfsed~ss of .the presefit du ers .. R t dal if n
eein aie thnou fit eS - Cafes and Candy Ssorea. Soda Fountain. Badk Bars.Drgt COtft tc in '
aney ere wiser than fther fas' free. For Wall and Srreet cases'ask for catalog S. ForCas anid Cand;tr
nd (ieywer wier hanther f'dk fof catalog CC. Por Drug Store am
*esws Outhfis sk for catalog D. For general .in~i 11OE
The second one, after pondering a line of shoq~cases ask for catalog K. 2E Z 2 P~~Z
while and gazing at .his .eempanion, - - -
"Welied Garge, what a fule thy grand - E t M G SM EOBWNI _
faher must a' been." Juicy and "sweet thanch*e.T elo aO
'you want. If your dealer dosrot se -S~5111
ITCHING, BURNING SKINS. BALYBRTES.ur-nc
orit sfknid that itehing skin humor ________________________________
on -a --on e. GO to the nearest The New Cook.
uganed oget - a1o'snloit- Senator John Sharp Williams, argu
ruggit 0cand ack of rsn s in lg against suffrage at a tea in Wash- te ganate s~ Ja
2e 5c) teteezm pache with ngton, said, with a smile: - R H OD ABi
25c).oa Bahot cemwat edysn 'These feminists know less about ~___
esniappl a ndtle waterldrtant d the nature of woman than the newKO A S &
9 t' amstogodtbetu.The cook knew about cooking. wearsaaobighes eib*
I t' rtirig s 1t ogood a tid brie t ope i- " 'M artha ' said the mistress to the Picesa ca ou~ ~oln~ i
stantly, you no lofiger have to dig and nae cookrrI thoughtn todine'd.ih pca .
scratch, sleep becomes possible, and h'es'e ned ce dansere, -~
healing begins. Soon the ugly, tot- 'Yesmt the ew cosy ansrd;n.
menting eruptions disappear complete- nou hen hotle a burryconI nt
ly and for good.-Adv. erohad-ite uryob-'aso
. Political Prudence. To Se Expected. i 8svh:Q ~S D- W
"Youll have sopne explaining to do "How isryourSnewpolish, busines
when you get home, won't you?" progressing?"' B alp .:~~~ de '
"No" -eiplled the member of con- "It is quite a shining success." '''
gess. "I'm not going to explain. I'mn
g to let my constituents argue - . H lRA IW
oea sid nghathemss to have o ewn
he m~vocates." 'Fr Srae. n
UR~~MY~~T1SM Mwte. Matcesmw~s
RO-M:1SMBlack.- Desa nehlb m
Will cure your\ Rheumatism and al Try It D .s ela Nk d
kinds of bac~es; and pains-Neuralgh, ' Afe -u s~~
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