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THE FAiKMOKT WEST VIRGINIAN?
PUBLISHED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYFairmont
West Virginian PublisKing
Gompany.
OEORGE At. JACOBS. President,
ggf? " LAAIAR C. POWELL, Managing Editor.
M. C. LOUGH, City Editor.
^ 'J. E. POWELL, Business Manager.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
Daily, one year $4 00
Daily, six months 2 00
PjfySy.UDally,three months 1 00
Spit iiv-r Weakly, ouc year 1 00
Weekly, six months 00
!Ti:e '.Vest. Virginian, Daily and
Weo'tly, is entered in the Postoffico at
Fairmont, \\~. Va? as second-class mail
matter.
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J. FAIRMONT HIGH SCHOOL i-l*
Commencement, 1904, ?J?
Grand Opera House.
Monday evening. May CO. lit J.
crary and musical program by y
if ? representatives from different ?
o classes. This will be one of" the .JA,
best entertainments ever given ?J?
?% by the High School.
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J. Tuesday evening. May 31, ?J?
t, twenty-sixth annual commence- .*-?
.J. merit Address, "A Serviceable .??
? Education," by Dr. Richard G. ?J?J?
Boone, editor Education, Boston, .JA
Mass., and graduating ceremo- .[
f.-'nies. Music by MacArthur's .J.
special orchestra. ;<
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To provide for part of the com ?
mencement expenses, which are
?|? unusually high this year, an ad- -J J.
mission fee of 10 and 15 cents .J Ji
will he charged to these exer- ?J.
cises. Reserved seats in ad- a.
J. vance at Christie's Saturday, and A
Monday for Monday evening. .J.
gK : y; ^.Tuesday morning for Tuesday .f.
jj' evening. .J.
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V A PATRIOTISM. J.
* 4Our
country's welfare is our a.
?" ?J. first concern, and who pro- ?J?
-J. motes that best, best proves .J.
J: nis uuiy.?raa.va.iu. f
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?|? Love of country is one of the A
j| loftiest virtues; and so trea- {
;V 4" son against it has been con- {
.J. sidered among the most damn- ?J.
;V. { ing sins.?E. A. Storrs. 4*
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y.; / " A Be just and fear not; let all A
J. the ends thou aiiuest at. be thy 4.
J. country's, thy God's and
truth's.?Shakespeare.
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J. He was the bravest citizen of ?J.
; 4# Rome that did most love and .J.
best serve his country; and he ?.
H -J? the saint among the Jews who ?;~
4. most loved Zion.?Baxter. ?J.
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J. Let our object be our coun- -j.
J" try, our whole country, and v
J. nothing but our country. And
J. by the blessing of God. may 4
{ that country itself become a
P .j. vast and splendid monument. }?
A not of oppression and terror,
f. but of wisdom, of peace and -J.
J. of liberty, upon which the 4
.* world may gaze with admira- -J.
J. tion forever.?Daniel Webster. A
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I MEADE POST
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Is Honoring Its Comrades To-Day
With Appropriate Services?Some
New Graves Are Being Decorated.
Si Meade Post No. G. G. A. R? met at
[i, the hall at 8:30 this morning and
|i marched to Maple Grove cemetery
to decorate their comrades" graves.
gpv; iviusic was iurnisnea oy waits uruui
corps and a large crowd of specials
tors was present. Nearly all of
Meade Post were present. The open,
ing address was made by Hon. Amor.
|r?; O. Stanley. He was followed by
' Judge John W. Mason, after which
;J-" Meade Post went through its cere?
monies and placed flags and flowers
|tr on the graves of all soldiers buried
j; , there. "Nearer My God to Thee"
h and "America" were sung during the
fe/ ... ceremonies.
fcft, After the ceremonies the G. A. P..
ip,smen marched back to their hall. This
. afternoon they are decorating the
- Staves in Woodlawn.
B|fe^^5i,'i;S?veral graves will be decorated
S by loving 'friends to-day for the first
on "Memorial Day. To all those
it is a consoling thought that "ear:'!
Btihas ho wounds which Heaven con
ilk WORTH PRESERVING.
uk contains the great speech of
Hggt ; Roosevelt at Gettysburg
Hftph list of soldiers who
BfeHAhe cemeteries in this
Company h at westchesterv v
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The Boys Are Well Drilled and. Will (
Make a Fine Showing at the State
Encampment.
Company H had a fine time in camp,
at Westchester over Sunday. The
boys went. out Saturday evening and
came hack last evening. The weather
was fine and everything: worked
out well. The Company drilled during:
the day, and a large .'lurcher vis- '
ited the camp yesterday. Captain
Neeiy has his men well drilled and
expects to take the prize again at
the State encampment this year.
1 Smith.
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The funeral of Mrs. John C. Smith,
who died at Cook's Hospital Saturday
afternoon, a brief mention of which
was made in this paper Saturday evening,
will take place Jrom the residence *
on Main street to-morrow afternoon 1
at 2H50 o'clock. The services will be
conducted by the He v. Mr. Shaw, of 1
the ICpiRCOpal church of Mannington.
Xhe remains will be interred in Woodlawn
cemetery. 4
Mrs. Smith was formerly Miss Jennie
Patlon. She lived in this city !
most of her life. She.leaves a litis- '
band and one daughter. Miss Meta. '
She was an amiable Christian lady,
and leaves a large number of friends *
to mourn her death.
Little Martha Robb Drowned. 1
Little Martha Robb, the only child '
of Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Robb, of :
Wheeling, was drowned In the Ohio
river on Saturday evening. The river
has been dragged and a reward of 1
$500 has been offered for recovery '
of the body but it has not been found.
She was well known here and is the 1
niece of A. B. and cousin of C. C. (
Robb. of this city. '
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Badly Hurt.
Bell Wilson, the fruit dealer, was ;
badly hurt at his Washington street :
home yesterday.
Mr. Wilson and some young men
who board with him were scuffling on '
a high porch and in some manner Wil- '
son fell from the structure. His face
was badly bruised and one facial
bone was broken. 1
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At East Fairmont Park. (
The day ai East Fairmont Park was '
delightfully spent by hundreds of peoples
yesterday. The Hazel Watson. '
Leonard, Pastime and J. O. Watson 1
'conveyed the crowds.
To-day a much larger crowd is at
this popular resort than was anticipated.
Eber P. Morgan, of Lincoln district .
who claims the distinction of being
the oldest patron of the West Vir
ginian. having subscribed for it on the
day of its first issue, was a recent vis
itor. That was in 1S6S , thirty-six
years ago, before any of the people ^
now connected with the paper had
anything to do with it. *
Mr. and Mrs. Smith "At Home." 1
Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Smith 1
at home 1
Tuesday, June the seventh, i
from eight to eleven. 1
213 Madison street. ? 1
Married. <
Mr. Chas. Atha and Miss Ollie Davis
were married yesterday at four i
o'clock at the Marietta hotel by Rev. i
J. Engle. I
Mrs. Fletcher Better. t
Miss Eva Fletcher, of th'e Fifth t
ward, who has been at home for tire <
past two weeks on account of the ill- <
ness of her mother, returned to her t
work with the Mannington Record
yesterday. Mrs. Fletcher is gei.ing
better.
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New Base Ball Team.
Dr. Howard has orginazed a new
base ball team and challenges all
comers. It is tojue called the Metropolitan
Club, and will play the Atblet- (
ic Club some time this week. Dr. c
Howard is captain of the team. (
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Tickets Sold To-day. c
One hundred and eighty-two tickets t
were sold to Morgantown from this '
place and 302 for Grafton. ?
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His Honor. Judge John W. Mason. 5
was in to see us this morning. He 1
has been holding court in Clarksburg *
for the past three weeks and will be
there, he thought, two weeks longer.
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PRESIDENT AT GETTYSBURG. 4* ?
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J. President Roosevelt and party -J. \
J- arrived at Gettysburg at S:20 4. '
4? this morning. Mr^s. Roosevelt is 4, |
-J- tvith him.
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4. THE WEATHER. .J.
4- WASHINGTON, D. C., May 4. 1
J. 30.?For 'West Virginia: Rain 4. '
4. to-night and Tuesday. 4. 1
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SENATOR
QUAY'S 1
FUNERAL!
/ /ILL TAKE PLACE TO-MORROW j
?THE BODY WILL LIE IN
STATE FROM TEN O'CLOCK
TILL ONE.
THERE WILL SE NO DISPLAY j
AMD THE SERVICES WILL
BE OF THE SIMPLEST
FORM.
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BI3AVSR, Pa.. May 30.?The fit- j
lera 1 of the late Senator Quay wi'l j
) hold on Tuesday afternoon at J i
y clock. The remains will be taken j
o the Presbyterian church, of "which '
lis father was pastor years ago. am: |
.vjil lie in state from 10 o'clock in j
Tie morning ui3t.il one in the after j
loon. T he guards of honor are corn?o?ed
of veterans of the civil -war.
nen who belonged with Senator
Quay to the G. A. R. Post, Xo. 473
>f Beaver, will have charge in the
ihurch, but other members of the G
A. Ft. will take part in the- itinera!
The Masons offered to participate,
out in deference to the wishes, of the
ate Senator that there should he no
display, Lheir offer was declined. Thi
services will be conducted by Rev.
J. S. Ramsey, pastor, assisted by Rev.
Dr. Apple ton Bash, of the XI. IT.
?hurch.
The interment will take place in
ihe Quay family pi or. in Leaver cem?tery,
where five of the Quay children
are buried. At the cemetery
:he. simplest services will be usee.
The active pall bearers v/ere person
on,: 'vnUtir'ai friends of the dead
Senator. They t.re: Senator Bois
Penrose. John t'. Ellim, Indiana;
Wm. Montgomery, of Pittsburg: Stephen
P. Stone, Header; Colonel Par?,
tel Moody. Pittsburg; J. B. Barrn.h,
Beaver: Titos. S Bigelo-.v and Ceo.
r. Oliver. Pitt's' '."g. There will be
to honor .ry pa'"jc- rers. Throngs of
ireople have v'sltril the Quay resi
lence to day a id paid their la it re
spects to the dim 1
Business will be practically sc.:
[tended in the Braver "Valley <! icing
:he funeral services.
HAtffOMOVE
THE PEOPLE CF WATER STREET
REACHED THE POINT WHERE
F0R8ARANCE CEASED TO
EE A VIRTUE.
The peonle along Water .st-eet
nave heen troubled for some time by
1 disciple of Satan, who has a house
-ented there and i as not been caretil
as to the manner of running it. .
She is of the white race si far a-; the
ligment layer is concerned, hut site- j
las at different limes taken v.'..to
terself a gentleman of color. A fevv
.veeks ago the poliiemen pulled the
touse and got her and her colored
lartner. They p.:t i.p the dough and
lid not appear in court.
The people along Water street did
lot desire such a lesidcnt, and Satirilav
nisrht some men went to tie
Dlace and broke open the door. The
andlady ran fo.- a policeman, but lv
he time she got one there, the men
vere gone, and al! her furniture wa?
>ver the bank in the edge of the riv
?r. She had nothing left to do but j
nove out. i
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A GOOD SERMON.
Evangelist Luxz is Highly Compli- I
mented By Those Who H-eard j
Him. j
Rev. H. F. hutz, of the Centra.]
Christian church, delivered an ex
lellent sermon to the members of the
U A. R. yesterday morning. A goody
number of the members turned
nit and all were well pleased with
he sermon. He spoke of the bravery
)f the preservers of our Union as well
is of those who fought against it,
tnd that it is proper to show our respect
by decorating the graves of
hose who fell in that terrible struggle.
Should Be Cowhided.
The Fifth ward, generally so quiet,
las its little disturbances once in a
.vhile and sometimes twice in the
;ame while. Saturday night a tele
;raph operator living in that part of
he city went hom$ under the influence
of some extract of tobacco
juice, and proceeded to take the
finks out of the actions of by far his
jetter half. He pounded her around
:or awhile, and finally she had to go
o a neighbor's for the night. He
should be cowhided.
'Squire Swindler Home.
'Squire J. I. Swindler has returned
;rom Washington and is again ready
:o dispense justice at his office in the
First ward.
Born this morjaing to Mr. and Mrs.
2. L,. Clayton, of Spring street, a son.
elSie mm
is Stiff Away From Home?-Her Father
is Weil Known Here and Has
Relatives In This County.
Walter Lowden is still in the city
looking: for his daughter who ran
away from the home of her grandparents
near Colfax, last Tuesday.
We give a description again; 13
years old* brown, hair and eyes, 4 feet:
8 inches tall, white scar an inch and
a quarter long over right eye, lower
lip droops slightly, round face, wore
very long black skirt, red silk shirt
waist, faded straw hat with pink
flowers an'l blue ribbon. Her name
is Elsie Be'Ie, but she was caltvi
Elsie. Mr. I.ov den lives, at 7G.">
Frederick street. -MeKee's Rocks,
Pa. He formerly lived here and is
known to many of cur people. He
will be glad to receive any information
concerning her whereabouts.
To Wed.
j Samuel C. Hawktnberry, 23, and
Zanie Dcld, 21.
j Charlie Atha, 22. and OJlie Davis,
92
Ail of the local news worth, reading
can be found in the West Virginian.
Professional Cards.
LAWYERS.
JAS. A. MEREDITH,
Attorney at Law,
FAIRMONT, \V. Va.
Office. B. A. Fleming Building.
JOHN L. LEHMAN,
Lawyer,
FAIRMONT, W. Va.
Office, Hall Block.
A. 0. STANLEY,
Attorney at Law,
FAIRMONT, Vv. Va.
Office. T. V. Fleming Building.
W. S. MEREDITH,
Attorney at Law,
FAIRMONT. W. Va.
Office. Hall Block.
A. L. LEHMAN,
Attorney at Law,
FAIRMONT, W. Va.
Office, Hall Block.
C. H. LEEDS,
U.LIU1 liCy at Jjdiv,
FAIRMONT, \V. Va.
Office, Hall Bloclt.
HARRY SHAW,
Lawyer,
FAIRMONT, W. Va.
Office. Haymond bl'dg., Jefferson Si.
E. M. SHOWALTER,
Attorney at Law,
FAIRMONT. W. Va.
Office in W. A. Fleming Building.
T. N. PARKS.
Attorney at Law,
FAIRMONT, W. Va.
Office Main St., Opposite Court-house.
A. S. FLEMING,
Attorney at Law,
FAIRMONT. W. Va.
Office. 202 Main Street.
E. F. HARTLEY,
Attorney at Law,
FAIRMONT, W. Va.
Office, First National Bank Building.
PHYSICIANS.
C. O. HENRY, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon,
FAIRMONT, YV. Va.
Office, Second Floor, Hall Block.
H. R. JOHNSON, M. D.,
I Practice Limited to the Eye, Ear, Nose
anil Throat.
FAIRMONT, IV. Va.
Office, Second Floor, Hall Block.
DR. L. B. BURK,
Treatment, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
OFFICE. 304 MAIN STREET.
Hours?12 to 3 P. M-, 7 to 9 P. M.
Otherwise by Appointment.
JOHN R. COOK, M. D.,
FAIRMONT, W. Va.
Office at Hospital.
DR. D. I L. YOST,
Office 225 Jefferson Street.
Residence, new building. Fairmont ave.
DR. V. A. SELBY,
FAIRMONT. \Y. Va.
Office in Cunningham Block.
W. C. & JESSE A. JAMISON.
Physicians and Surgeons,
FAIRMONT, \V. Va.
Office 30C .Main Street.
WOMAN'S HOSPITAL.
F. W. Hill, M. D.?Corner of Quincy
and Jackson street. Office Hours:
10 A. "M. to 12 M., 7 to 9 P. M.
DI:\TISTS\
Dr. J. O. McNEELY,
DENTIST.
Main Street,
FAIRMONT, \V. Va.
Dr. A. R. BADGLEY,
DENTIST: Vitalized Air Given for
Extraction if Desired. Prices Reasonable.
All Work Guaranteed.
BILL POSTERS.
FAIRMONT BILL POSTING CO,
R. E. Fisher, Prop. Office, Jackson St.
BUI Posting and Distributing. Consolidated
'Phone No. 623.
WORTTOGTON
"WL G. Kobey, of Grafton, is hom<
on a short visit to his parents.
S. A. Long, of Shinnston, was ?
business visitor here last Friday.
Cecil A. Snyder, of Aleppo. Pa., Is
here for a month's visit.
Dr. B. J. Birch, of Greensboro. Pals
the guest of his brother, Mayor
Billy Birch.
E. T. Sharp has been awarded th'
contract for the foundation work 01
the Finley and Oakes building.
Our good Republican friend. M. E
Fetty, of Hagans, was calling or
friends "hero Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Tetrick, win
i have been in Colorado for the pas
: three years, arrived here on Xo
| but we understand Mr. Tetrick'
j health is still bad.
! H. H. Mittong, of Lumberport, wa
j in town last Friday in the interes
i of the Loyal Protective Associatio:
(ol" Boston, Mass.
I "Oir/I ""VT 5II p n si v i.
of asthma and heait trouble, an
there is but slight hope of her recbi
,ery.
Jas. T. Taggert is in a critical coi
tlition at this writing, suffering fror
Inflammatory rheumatism, havin
entirely lost the use of his limbs.
The long-tallced of fox chase cam
off last Friday night on Tetric
ridge, and if all reports are true, til
fine blooded hounds of ISIanley, Sht
ver and Durrett, of Fairmont, did nc
show up very well, and were di:
tanced in the chase by the hound
of Odell and 3aker. The chase hi
gan about nine o'clock P. M., an
the Fairmont dogs were out of til
running in four hours. The othc
dogs were still running at 3:30 A. .V
Geo. M. Jacobs' S
DAILY ST<
MAY <
The Racket is Fairmont's new
Ladies' 11-inch superior Jersey nsie
Sieves, all fast black, no better
Slot e in the market at the price. .1
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Ladies' superior Jersey lisle gloves.
assorted greys, a bargain 1
Same in black, fast colors 1
Ladies' 2-clasp lisle gloves, extra
fine gauge, with silk points, % in.
welt at top. We have them in
black, white and assorted greys.:
Ladies' 2-clasp fast black superior
lisle gloves?extra fine quality,
silk Paris points, nicely welted
at top, a regular 50c-er, our
price t
Sanie as above in white and greys.;
Ladies' 2-clasp fast black pure silk
Only 360 Days in a Year.
New York Herald.
Bankers who specialize in m
nicipal bonds have signed a contrai
which will issue in future a unifor
basis of computing interest on m
nicipal, county and State bonds. C'
this class of bonds heretofore Ne
York bankers have as a rule cor
puted interest on railroad bonds ar
on municipal bonds in other sectioi
of the country being 360 days in
year. It is on this basis that tl
interest is paid by the bondors.
The present agreement, which hs
been signed by 50 of the leadin
bankers, goes into effect on June
and calls for the computation of i'
terest or. a basis of SCO days in
year. Tbis plan was adopted as fh
result of confusion in the comput
rin? inr^resr on the last New Yor
City sale of stock.
Dancing at East Fairmont pavilic
Tuesday evening. .Music by Shaw.
otiiers mai
but none wc
Every pair war
and to give satisfact
D. R.
Corner Main Strec
Solo Agent Sorosis,
, Best, Bndd'
*" Mrs. William " Rensha w Is visiting
her sister, Mrs. W. A. Crowi, of the
- Fifth ward.
R Herbert Lake, of Colurubus, Ohio.
is visiting at the home of his mother ^
1 in the Fifth ward. * ,
" Miss Estey Crowl, of the Fifth :
ward, went to Grafton to-day where f'*-;?
r she. will visit for a week. '
One of the Italians who was pat
- in Jail for the supposed . burning of
1 MWer-oj^k r-rain elevators, is , L
j very sick at the City Hospital an-I
- | may not live. - ' ...* s :J
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^&i feife-' -';' :::
,^00^WI mm vi
Q ' "' 'COPYRICU
S THAT DELIGHTFUL FLAVOR
given by the juices of luscious fruits,
^ ripe and fresh, makes Jim Martin's
f. soda so popular. The fact that all
these svruns are absolutely pure ap
it peals to everyone's good sense who t M
s- values health. The water used is pure fe
s also, and there is no Summer bever- J?
' age so wholesome and delicious. Try
,, a glass of soda with his delicious ice U
r cream at the
t. SOUTH SIDE PHARMACY.
lock, Monroe Street.
ORE TALK.
I0TH, 1904.
store of Little Prices.
gloves % inch welt at top, nicely
faced at wrist, no better glove
0 made for the money, per pair..43
Men's canvas gloves, a good, one,
5 per pair __ 03
.3 Men's unlined work gloves, special
value ....24
.Misses' seamless hose, "The Buster"
per pair 10
!l Misses' and Boys' fine ribbed hose,
20c goods, at 14
Baby moccasins, assorted colors, 3
pair for 25
Misses' Jersey ribbed vests, only ..05
!5 Ladies' summer vests, up from ...05
' '< Men's summer underwear, up from .24
TO-Morrow?Shipping Pleasures.
"free to |
= the^ people" j
11 East Fairmont Park.
v; Beginning Saturday, May 2Sth, at
n" 2 P. M., the steamer Leonard will ; H
ll make a trip every two hours to the S
*s Park, The dancing pavilion is coma
pieted and can he secured by clubs
"? and societies. Apply to East Fairmont
Company, 304 Main street. x
s Dancing at East Fairmont pavilion
" Tuesday evening. Music by Shaw, x
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,l Dancing at East Fairmont pavilion
10 Tuesdav evening. Music by Shaw, x
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Dancing at East Fairmont pavilion
Tuesday evening. Music by Shaw, x
'n Subscribe for the Daily West Virx
ginian now. j i
j iook as wen
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ranted, solid throughout
ion.
BROH,
st and Parks Avenue. t
Hanan's* Shoes, Broils*
s Baby Shoes. '
hbhhbIIUHBHBHH^v . , $ JHHH

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