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I &.- ik Semi-Weekly Interior Journji Published Every Tuesday and Friday AT $3 PKR YK AKIN- AD VANCK aWWhen not so paid S2.60 will be charRed.a K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning 5 L&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Still trim com; Noith.... South.. Cxprets train " South..., " " Norths. Local Freight North., Absolutely Pure ........U37 pm Jjpra ...... tt 51 pm ...935 an South.. ..... J 07P tu Th latter trains alio carry passengers. The adore i calculated on ttandard tint. Solar (me is about 10 minutes falter. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Golnc North trams nass lows: Vestibule starts 6 a. m. Ves tibule Limited vjl p. m uimicu a in South N O. Vestibule Limited u'i;a in Local Vestibule arrives S:o p m. Junction City as Local 1 to p. m. Florida 11 tS p. m. Florida 11 3$ p. m. Blue-Grass - Bafciacr av Powdet J A cream of tarter baking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength. Latest United States Government Food Report. EOYAL BAKING POWDER CO., IOO Wall Street, Now York. THE RILEY HOUSE F. B. RILEY.iProprletor, Condon, - - Kentucky. I have moved to my new Hotel iand am better prepared than ever to accommodate the public. Uood Livery attached and every convenience desired. Give me a call. 77 FRANK RILEY. (Mice over McRoberts Owsley Building. V idssssW John 11. Castleman. A. S. PRICE, SURGEON DENTIST Drug Store in the Stanford net JOHNSON'S MAGNETIC OIL! Intlant Killer ol Pain. Internal and External. rVfM. UlTL'rTlt ITTOl VLT1.T OIA, Lame Dock. Spralnx, I)ruls ,flwilltuir, 8U1T Joints. COLIUand UPM Afl2 Iri.tnntlv rttnlaa Ma fttni, Croop.DliiUierln, Sore Throat. IU11ADACIIE, as it by magic. TH5 HORSE BRAND, 38g&3S?SZ themoftt Powerful and PenetrntlucUnimcntfor SIou or Ueaat In existence. Largo ?1 size Tic, Guc. elzo 10c JOHNSON S ORIENTAL SOAP. Medicated and TMler, The Great 8klnCuro and Facs Boau title.. Ladles will find It e noi Jelleat and hlajhly perfumed Toilet Soap on the market. It U absolutely pure. Makes the skill soft and velvsty and retnres the lot com- filaslon; le a luxury for the Bath for Infants. t aiaya Itching, cleanses the scalp and prcmotea hair. Price 23c. roretileby A. R.PENNY, Stanford, Ky. .IF YOU ARE GOING., NORTH or WX8T, ..THE., LOUISVILLE 4 Nashviuc R. R. I I Is the line for you, as its Double Daily Trains Make close connections at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any information enquire of JOES. HICK. Agent, Or Stanford, Ky W. A. McQUOWN, Trav. Pass. Agent, Junction City, Ky A. G. Lanham ROYAL Insurance Company OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&OASTLEMAjN MANAGERS, Commerce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South. IT. A. TEIBBLE, Local Ajent, STANFORD, KY. ULCERS. CANCERS, SCROFULA, SALT RHEUM. RHEUMATISM. BLOOD POISON. thse aasL every kindred disease arising famx Impure blood successfully treated by that and beat ot all tonics and Swifts SSSEISSSS Books on Blood and Skin aOisc&sea free. Printed testimonial seat on application. Addraaa Swift SMCiflcOo., ATLANTA. 4U ?. Or, ff&$il&$& M jifljf A NEW SENATOR'S Wlr;E. A Writer, n I.liiirnlst nnil mi Acquisition to Society. Tho of Hon. Thomas J. Jnrvis. tho nowly appointed senator from North Carolina, was Miss Mitty Woodson, born anil brought up in it picturosquo old homo on the banks of tho James river in Goochland county, Va. Her father, John Woodson, was an ablo lawyer, a man of much literary ability and tho editor for nwhilo of a Whig paper startel in Washington somo CO years ago. Ho married Miss Frances Woodson of Keutucky, wMfwm . -TV t t. "- if RIKis&LSix , - w wwme ,??& t& WK V 7 I .". Tt V-- ' SIRS. SENATOR JARVI. of tho ruuuo nninc, but not a ri'lntivp, who wns 11 grniitlnirce of Thomas J. Crittemlou mid a of Thomas Jefferson. Alary Woodson was educated at home, eavo for n term or two at iui institution of learning for young ladies in Rich moud, and shared tho studies aa well as tho outdoor amusements of her brothers. Sho did not caro for tho usual ac complishmuuts of young ladies and did not learn to play upon nny luuHioal instrument, paint or even do needlework of any kind, but was pasMonately fond of tho study of languages, espocially of Latin, -which enabled her tho easier to ncqniro others. This habit of study and lovo for it camo in good piny when her husband was sent as minister to Brazil by President Cleveland during his first term. Sho spoko French well and Spanish tolerably, and ono might havo thought that sho would havo no difficulty in making herself understood in tho country to which she was going, but learning that Portugueso was tho language spoken in Brazil sho devoted her three weeks' trip to study and had a pretty fair stock of phrases nt her command when sho lauded. In a short timo sho was ablo to converso with ease. Sho greatly enjoyed her stay in Brazil and wroto a very interesting article about tho women of that country for a rnond magazine. This was by no means her first literary effort, for even as a young girl sho had written a number cf clever stories. Mm. Jarvis is of medium height, with brown hair and eyes and fair complexion. Sho is bright and entertaining and an acquisition to tho best society of tho Capital City. Juliette M. Badbitt. Washington. Night Way to Hull an I'mbrclla. The right way to roll an umbrella is to tako hold of tho ends of the tips and tho stick with tho samo hand and hold thorn tightly enough to prevout their being twisted whilo tho covering is twirled around with tho other hand; then your umbrella will bo as nicoly closed as when you bought it, and tho only wear and tear will bo on tha cloth. It is twisting tho ribs out of shnpo around tho stick and fastening them there that spoils most of tho umbrellas. Never hold tho umbrella by tho haudle alouo when you roll it up, and you will find it will last longer and cost less for repairs. Love Questions. Three white rosea filled the air with white rosea, strong-stemmed, long nml leafy, with petHls of waxen fineness and velvet softness. They swayed in the tall, clear K'laes that held them. They shone against tho dull red of the wall, against which they were placed, with a sort of radiance. Tiiev seemed more than mere flowers they were angelic messengers. She sit and watched them through her long lashes -she was like them slender, lithe and stroog, cold and beautiful. The white gown that she wore was clasped with a cord the color of leaves. Her small, well-poised head was set upon her neck with the grace of one of tho bios coins on its stem. She watched thorn with an inscrutable expression on her face. It noa almost as though she wt ro of their race and were listening to them J speaking for her ear alone. A sudden breeze passed through the room, A waxen petal fell from a roso She started suddenly from her reverie. She smiled contemptuously as she moved from the chair. "Three white roses!" Bhe murmured. "Three white roeee! And only $ 1 50 a dozen. Is thin what be calls love!" New York World. It Majr Do as Much for You. Mr Fred Miller ol Irving, III. writes that he had a Severe Kidney trouble (or many years, with sever, pains in his back and also that his bladder was affected. He tried many o called KldneX cure lint without any good result. About a year eTO h began us.ol Klecttic Bitten and found raise at one. Electric Bitters is especially adapte4 secure ef'Vss Kidney and Liver troubles nd often give. Nnot instant relief. One trial will prove our aisttcment. Price only 30c, lor arge bottles. At A. R. Penny's Drug Store. e e A Quarter Century Teat. For quarter ol century Dr. King's New Discovery has been tested and the millions who have received benefit from its use testily to lu wonderful curative powers in all diseases of the Throat, Chest and Lungs. A remedy that has stood the and that has given so universal satisfaction 1 no experiment. Each bottle is positively guaranteed loujive relief or the money will be refunded. It is admitted to be the moat reliable for Coughs and Colds. Trial bottles free at A. it. Penny's drug store. Large size 30c and $1. Bucciln'aAmlca Salve. The beat salve In the world tor cuts, bruiiets tores, ulcers, salt rheurn, fever sores, tetter, chap ptd hands, chilblains, corns and all skirt It positively cures piles, or no pay required. It a guaranteed to Rive perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 15 cents pr box For sale by A. K. Penny, Stanlord, Kv. vtlirn Daby tvm sick, v pnve her Catori, When alio was a Child, she cried for CftMorU. When aho became MKs sho clunff to CostcriA. When sho had Children, she givethem ICE, IOB. I am now reailv Irem the Stanford Factiry dellvei rranufactuied Ice to customers rrsiilarlv everv m.riilni! at the rate ef FIFTY CKNIS PER HUNDRED POUND LOIS ami over, and at 75c In smaller luis. 10 E DHEMKll, Starfnrd. JAMES YKAGLR. THOMAS YEAGKR. YEAGEXH & YEAGEK. L!CT, FEED AND TRiltt STASL2, Special Hates to Commercial Men. STANFORD. E.Y. II you need livtry plve us a call Nothing but first class turnouts will leave our stable, bee u lor rates. In our HARNESS SHOP You will find Rood assortment of Harness, Saddles, Have sour repairing done I y our mau he undtrstauds his business Wc tave a mechanic in our ' BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guarantee first class work and satisfactory prices. Tiv our horse lhocr. Agents for Deering Machines, the lightest diaft machine on earth. ' Commissioner's Sale Valuable Mill Property, And 73 Acres of Land. LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT Farmers Rank and Trust Company of Stanford, Ky., PIU.. against W. M. Dudderar Jimes A. Duddcrar and Ann Dudderar, Drlts. Notice of Sale. Uy virtue of a judgment and order ol sale herein at the October term, iBos, cf tbis court, the undersigned Commissioner will belete the court-house door in the town of Stanford, on Monday, June nth, 1894, County court day for Lincoln t.un ty, sell at outcry to the hignest and test bidder, the following described property-, to-it: A tract ol Land in Lincolu county, rn the waters of Du B..r ti Acres and bounded as fol lows? Northhy the lands of John Taylor. Soeth and Eastbv thelahCsof Henry Trarlor and West bv tl.r linds of C M. Spooaamore. but for a more nartiei'iar description ol the lands by metes and bounds, thejudgmeiit ot sale herein is reicrreti to. Thisuaetof land includes the saluable Mill Property known as Dudderar's Mill, the dwelling house and otherimproements. The other three tracts mentioned in the judgment and directed to ba acid will not be sold, for the reason that they have heretofore been disposed of and plaintiff has received the benefit thereof. , The whole, or so much ra will w of the Tract will be sold as will satisfy the . ... . .'- 1 .irr i, ro a. ..let. A is iioh? nt nia inn 11 lur jo (ijvi. w wvi wms,. " . . r .1 -o- unit ..! and the lurthe terest from July 3. 1801. paid, sum of 11,071.71, with 6 per cent, intsrest from Ju ly 8, IBos, unm paiu ed, subject to x credit ol 4,413.51. paid Januarv 13. 1S04, proceeos of Holiclaw's notes. The sum 10 be raised to cover plaintiffs debt and all costs to 01 saic, erms 01 saie: a crnun of six months. Ilond svith approved personal security with six per cent interest from day ol sale, having the force and . . and navable Alh. Com'r. Lien i.,t nt ImlirmMt to ....!. R. C. VARKKN. t Master Com'r Lincoln Circuit Court San Francisco Portland. A "World's Fair Record. CHICAGO VIA II gj) tCUISVlUt mjt8AJTCHIUt0liT6: v PULLLIANSA1TD PAELOI. CARS. ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE RUNNING - DINING - CARS. WRITE TO E. II BACON, D P. A.. K.J Lojisville, Ky, St. Paul. KEED.O. PA. Chicago, 111. Denver. Ky. Midland R'y, Shortest anJ quicl.cst between Cincinnati and Frankfort Only Direct Line between Frankfort, Georgotown and Paris, Carlisle, Maysvillo, Oynthiana, Falmouth and Covington. Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains run by Central Standard Time. Tine Tabid April 1, 1893. TIlAlNS EAST. No. t. No. 3. No. 7. a. m. p. in. p. m.1 Leave Franklort A 7 00 4 o iw ' Summit 706 4 36 1 10 " Elknorn 7 4 3- -J Switier 7 B 4 4 l ' Stamplnc Ground7 33 431 a 00 Duvall 7 34 4 S' '0 Johnson 7 40 5 4 o Georgetown B ...7 46 5" 33 " C. S. Depot 7 35 3 ' 3 00 Newton 80S j 3 3 Centreville 8 16 J 39 3 3S ' Elizabeth 8 ao 3 43 3 43 Arrive Pans C 8 30 5 35 4 Q" TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. 8. a. m. p tu. a. m, Lve Paris ....C 9 5 $ S Arr BlUabeth Q 13 $ Arr Centreville...., . 9 - $ '' Arr Newtuwn 9 -8 -7 Arr C. S. Depot - 9 40 4 Arr Georgetown B 1037 045 747 Arr Johnson . 11 47 J J00 Arr Duvall...,..........." St o7 Arr Stamp'g Ground 1100 e 3 Arr Swluer to 7 13 0 30 ArrElkhorn 17 7J 95 ArrSumralt. . .it J3 7 9 J Arr Frankfort.-A t3 7 33 9-3 A connects with L. & N, B connects with Q. C. and L. S. O connects with K. C. SUNDAY TRAINS. GEO. B. HARPER, Gen. Supt. No. 13 p. m. 4 40 3i 3 00 S3 330 Leave Franklort 9 00 a. m ; Georgetown to 00 a. m. Lve Georgetown to 37; arrive rranHwit u 30 PTne Kentucky Midland Railway and connections form the shortest end cheapest route to all poinu South, Kait, NCTth and West. For further information apply to their agenU. C. D. BERCAW, Gen. Paaa. Agent Ladies, Your Attention, Please. My Stock of Millinory Is tel K rapldlv opened and tt embraces every tnlng pretty ami stylish. 1 have engaged Miss Julia Stltt, of Cincinnati, to trim forme S.ie is a lady of much experience and taste and is lute to give satisfaction. An examination of goads ia in- rittil. to ,MK5, I'tJJvIlV 1 LUUHIO Linnietta Park Springs, Junction City BOYLE COUNTY KY. OPEN JUNE 1ST, 1S94. The Linnietta Springs Co. tales pleasure in an-pouncing to Its patrons and the generally that they have leased this popular report and have placed the management in chrrge nrcapt. I Hichrcs, whow proverbial jKilituness and attention insuies pleasure and comf 'it lo Its guets. The culinary aepartnumt will the pe cial charge ef Mrs Salite RuhaM. whasse quail fication ate too well kno n in at ncsVd touimont In tins Ktxice A sroesl Hand has bren eniortM lor th seaflli. There wilt be ttancmg.sert.ev.nUjr and tfetal btipt every r'tsslay cvenimty The rasd opening bll Friday evealag. Ju't ic. LINNIK1TA ijt'RlNCS CO , Props , TiipMas R haups Manager 4 4t ' HRAS ORGHAttD e? A'rWWTBl Hffiflgass W$ MUSIC. as a "a-W r T.-- T1 w' sea m N" OI'KV, capacity to cVT 0 NT SEAS03ST OF Ciiib Qrcriarti,, J,-. Tnili'p Public discovery by Daniel Ikor nearly a century or more ago the locslity ct Crab Orchard springs has liren the Mecca of heUthand pleasure seekers. With Its healing wiurt, oionlc atmosphere and j'mlincs. it at once affords to the enervated and litUlitated a Hope and a Sanitarium. Tli lnlniSitaliniiriita with iana t.t. h tit lt IIVIIIII avwuiiui (, stviaiis arvuMS nm Painter and inspire tne Poet, Sylvan smlks for the Loser, eaibowcreil Linsea Mr tne weary, iioonri llilllanl and Dancing Halls for the light hearted, and Hunting lor the sportsmen, Kspecial attention is ghen to the cuisine. Terms moderate.. From $S tofi$ per week. For further Information, apply to it GUAUOFM.lNN.Pror. Crab Orchard, Ky. 1 . D. Sk CAHPEITTEB,, At tbs well-known old stin j ot J. II. Green, in Hustonvillo, - Kontucky. Has just received a beautiful line of Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. Call and see his stock and get his prices which are lower than anybodys. If you waut a nice set of harness, a whip or aduster. Hinder Twine fur sale. We are auth otiied to announce lion. jas. 11. Mccreary a, candidate for Representative In Congress, sub ert to the action ol the Democratic party of the Kir.Mli Congressional 1'iitiict ol Kentucky. G. I). SMILEY 4 ' Is a candidate lor JutHce ol the Peace In the litis lonvuie precinct, lusjcct to tne action ol the democratic party. LH.AIUMS, Is a candidate for lustlce of the Peace In the Ilus. tonsille prrcinct; subject to tho action of the dem ccrallc party, - L- 4 R. Zimmer, IN- Fancy : Groceries, Foreign and Do- niestic Fruits, Candies, Nuts. Tobacco, Cigars. Headquarters lor almost anything you want. When you wantaTirst class meal for 25c, call on him. R ZIMMER. Stanford, Ky. BUGGY TOPS. All kinds nf Carriage and lluggy Tops, Dashes and Fenders REPAIRED AND RECOVERED In First-class style and at Satisfactory Prices, JOHN II DeNARDI, Carriage Painter and Trimmer, Stao.ferd.Ky. DR. S. G. HOCKER, DRUGGIST. The Drug-Store Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your Drugs, School Supplies, School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, Liquors for Medical Purposes. The Best Goods for the Least Money, Call and sec us. DR. S. G. HOCSIE, Ti. Druggist. GO TO- W. H. HIGGINS, -For Your- Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Hose, Rubber Hose, Iron Clad Hose, Reels, Fans. &c Poultry Netting, Screen Wire and Fly Screen wire doors and windows made to order. W. H. HIGGINS. PLOST What, why my money on every purchase not made Horse Store of 109 WHAT DOES IT MEAN? ' It Bteias that th. Qasra sad Cresesnt floats Is tt milts shortest Utwta I'lualnruti mi Ixilo'Un) tlrallss shortest Clulnn.il to SI miles hurtn.tClniinaatltci N.w Orlcuiss IDS tuliss sborutt ClaclaBatltaL'lutUa4(a.AtUuta,rJMksjaTUl, florlJu. SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS t'nn sll of th. afcoTt points. Throssh firs t Vkkskorjr aii'l Oolr tin. runul.e thrsnili ttrs Cinsiautl t. huuxrlll. sat .AahtTtllf. y, C. Dlrtct lias ti Tsiuand Mcslco via Sew Orlini or vU 8hrTtwrt. Ask snli abo.ttourt I. CllftrnU. Prum lA.ui.TilU. hh.lbyilll. .nit Lawrsncsbure, dlnst cdbbscUoo is mads at Lilsftoa IUktMUtial.dtiauuUalltvUiUoth. W. C. KINEAnSO.V, Osa't PassT Ac"-. Claclaaatl. 0. ' 1 j, QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. ?JK "S&LU - r'Bf at the One McKinney & Hocker, Who try to sell Staple and Fancy Groceries OUST T E3 For almost any thing you may want. Goods and other goods Cheaper than too Ever. McKINNEY & HOCKER. I Two doors above Always on hand Tho Nobiost and Nicest Goods? Can le had In the market. Prices lown than the lowest Mourning goods a specialty. Call and etanune before, buying MAHY DAVIS DUDDERAR. Mrs. Kate Dudderar, Manager, Stanlord, Ky COMMERCIAL III.OCK TheDavis Verlic.1 Feed king Mm Are the best because hey run lighter and can do a greater variety of work than any other sewing machine. The Lncllos of Lincoln County Are cordially invltnd It call at the St Asa,.?, Hotel and csamtne the midline, as w ell as sam pies of its work. Ms,MUKKAY IIRDS, J'H Stanlord, Ky I) Li. W. 13. PENNV Office South Side Main St., In otHee recently vacatest by Or. l.ro F. Hulfmau, ijuafonl, Ky. ' 1 Hig'gins & Watts, Dealers 'n.,... All Kinds of Coal, Stanford, Kv. YOU ARK Rospsotfully Invited. I am Just bsrk from the cities with a large d wfll stle. ted st M1LI.INKRY, which I will sell cheaper than ever alisa Laura Jsr'oe, a superior tnmmr from Cincinnati, hasengatted with we and I ran guarrntro satisfaction in every par tleular. fall aadsee my good,, MISS L1CCIE I1KAZI.EY, Stanford, Ky, Of fff A A wii i" L- - u S ror Refreshing- Bath, Hot or Cold, A stylish Hair Trim or Clsin She, bo to Oookifc Farmor'a Borbor Shop. Tho Myers House, P. W GUEKN. rronriftor Stanford, : : : Kontucky. I am still ninnint this well-known Hotel aad will continue lo give my guests th. mlittst alien tion as well as thn bt si the market arTurds. pedal Attention to the Traveling Public. Whn you waat a first-class turnout com. to tar LIVERY STABLE. Prices to suit th. hard times. at the Myers House Orocc Call or leave ordar FIRST NATIONAL BANK Or STANFORD. KY. Capital Stock 9200,000 urplua ;"- 21,300 Attention of th. public la invited te the fee that this is the only National Bank in Stanford Under the provisions of th. Nstionsl Ilaak Act depositors ar. secured not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders Iisbllliy lor aa amount equal to the stock, aa that depositors ot this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. rive sworn statements of thecondilion of th. baak areruade.schycarto the United Sutes and Its assets are esamlned at stated time, by government agents, thua securing addituoaa end perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as the Deposit Hank or Stanford In ilj8, then iid as the National II. nk ol Stanford In 1M3 and acaia reorganised as the First National Bank ol Stanlord In i$4s, has had practically an eiistenceof is years. It Is better supplied now with lacllitles for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before In its long aad honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully solicited. Th. Directory ol this Hank is composed 01 Korestsis Rrid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln: J.W.lIayden, Stanford; S.H. Ilaughman, Lincoln; J. S. Ilockcr. Stanford; W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; M D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford. K. L, Tanner, McKinney; M' J 'Miller, Ml. Vernon J S. Hocker, President; John J. McKoberts, Cashier; A. A. McKinney. Assistant Cashier. Farmers BanMTnist Co OrjSTANFORD,:KV., It now fully organised and ready for business with Paid Capital of up - - $200,000. Surplus, . . 20000. SUCCESSOR tpTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL, BANK OK STANFORD, Now closing upl with th. same ass. U and uadei . , the same maaag.oi.st. By provisions or its chatter, depositora are a fully protected a. ai.depo.hort in National Hanks, its shareholders being held individual Uaole to the extent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereol, in addition to the amount Invested in auch shares. It may actai taecutor. edminUUator, Uustee, Ac., a fully at an individual. To those who entrusted their bulslness to tu while maagleg the Lincoln National Baak ol Stanford, we w. here tender our many thanks aaa trust they will continue to transact their buaineat wiiu us, ouering as aguarante. tor prompt to tame, pur twenty y.ar.' experience la banking and as liberal accommodations aa are with sound baaktrtg. , , J. J. WillUms, Mt, V.rnon; S.H. Shanks, tftaafotd; . J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S, J. Embry, Stanford; J. B. Owsley,' Stanford; J. F.JlCatn, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanford; A. W.;Carpeater,MllledgevilU, Ky W. Hj Cumtntnt, Preaeherivllle 8. H.ahtDVs, President, Dr4i;.B. OwsteyJCashitr, W. M. Bright, Teller. 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