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To The Ohio. State Sanator
ium Is Asked For
President Of State Board
Of Administration
Other items Of Interest From
Temple Of Justice
Hon. Allen W. Thiiruian of Colum
butt, president ot the Ohio state board
of niliulnlfltratloii, having In chnrg
the Ohio State Sanatorium, with Dr.
S. Ai Douglass, acting superintend
ent of the Institution, wore visitors
at the Knox county court house Wed
nesday morning In conference with,
the oltlclals regarding tho Improving
of the road leading from tho Coshoc
ton road to the state sanatorium,
The conference did not end in the
morning, hut the two gentlemen wero
back at tho court house In the after
noon and It Is likely that steps will
betaken at once to improve the road
and put It In llrst class condition.
Appointed Humane Agent
.Jacog lij-harger of this city has
been nppolnted humane agent for
Knox county by Probate Judge Iterry
the appointment becoming effective
at once.
The Stlner Estate
In the matter of the estate of
Henry Stlner, an inventory and ap
praisement has been Hied, showing
the following: Personal property
Deeds Filed
Chas. W. ninehart to Ida Allesse et
nl., 120 acres In miliar, ?1C,340.
F. U Dennett to W. C. Rockwell,
lot 172, Kairview add., $1.
Chas. Wolfe to Frank I,. Dennett,
same, $1.
We render to the public. First, we
serve borrowers by loaning them
money at six per cent with privilege
of repayment in whole or in part at
any time. We loan to one half value
of home or farnu We make straight
or monthly payment loans. Our bor
rowers are pleased. The Duckeye
State Building and Loan Company,
Rankin Building, 22 West Gay street,
Columbus, Ohio. Assets $5,500,000,
Five per cent paid on time deposits.
Of Two Men Who Are Held
For Warrant
Robert Severns and Carl Bartlett
were arrested by tho police on Tues
day evening and locked up in the
county jail, They were slated "held
for warrant."
It is understood that both men had
been lighting.
Mrs. Clarence Reese and daughter,
Kleanor, havo returned to their home
In Mt. Vernon after a visit with Mrs.
Frederick Dixon of Columbus.
or lire may visit your house to
night. We have safety deposit
boxes for rent In our SO ton iiro
dnd burglur proof vaultB. Gel
one today,
Tho sense of absolute security
Tor your valuablos is worth more
than ?2 per year.
W. Side Public Square
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Prosecuting Attorney Tate C'rom
ley of Ml. Vernon, was calling on
friends in Frederlcktown on Monday
of this week.
Miss May Vnughun, who has been
making her homo with Mr. F. A. Day
in this place, returned to her school
work at Seville, Ohio, on Tuesday of
this week.
There nre many in Knox county who
will be grieved to learn of tho death
or Hon. James C. Johnson, the vener
able president Of the Ohio Insurance
Company, at his home in Seville, Ohio,
on Sunday afternoon of last week at
tho advanced ago of !l(i years. Ho wan
one of the organizers of the nbovo com
pany which does an extensive, busi
ness In this county nnd whose assets
aro now $2,.00,000. Mr. Johnson be
came president of the company In 1870
and has held the oillco ever since, and
even though so aged never missed a
mooting of the directors and always
took a very active part in all delibera
tions of tho company. He was mem
ber of the state legislature at different
times, and was a member at the time
the present constitution was adopted.
In later years he wns also trustee of
the Northern Ohio Asylum for the In
sane at N'ewburg. The funeral was
held In the Daptist church at Seville
on the following Wednesday and In
terment In the Mound Hill cemetery.
Miss Jennie Parsons of Drink Hav
en, Is visiting with her sister, Mrs.
Jay Foote, in this place.
Miss Grace Deeney, one of the oper
ators at tho Citizens' Telephone olllce.
resigned her position there on Sat
urday last.
The Dank Hotel continues to make
Improvements In Its equipment, the
latest addition being a new cash reg
ister, and an elegant cigar show case
and counter about seven feet long, a
very elegant piece of furniture.
Mr. F. A. Day and son, Ross, were
visitors at his. brother's, olllce, the'
Bellville Messengeron Monday of
this week.
Mr. D. D. Williams, of this place,
was a Mt. Vernon, visitor on Saturday
Many of the friends of Prof. W. W.
Borden In this place will be pleased
to learn that he has been again called
ip higher, this time being elected
superintendent of the public schools
at Orrvllle, Ohio. Ho secured this posi
tion In a competition in which there
were some forty applicants. Orrvllle
Is one of the growing towns of the
state and at present pays a salary of
Sl.oiM) a year, and a very
"town iiTwhltJli Tollv'6? "A few' tnoiUhs
ago Prof. Dorden resigned his posi
tion hoie" to accept one as teacher, in
the South High school at Columbus.
His fi lends wish him still greater suc
cess in the future.
A number from this place attended
the funeral of Mi'T Irad Struble at
Che.stervllle on Sunday afternoon. Mr.
Struble was born near this place, Aug
ust, 4th, 1SH0, and died on Thursday,
April 11th, 1912. He was one of the
early pioneers, always a hard worker
and a man among men, and In dying
leaves a record to be envied by the
best. In 183fi he married Miss Fa
ther A. Deach, of Mt. Vernon, to
whom were born three children. Mr.
Struble was a member of tho Presby
terian church and a Knight Templar
at Mt. Vernon, and the latter .had
charge of the sen-fees at the funeral.
Mr. Iran Ulackledge, who has been
prospecting In Canada and Michigan,
has received a good position as an
electrician helper nt Ford Motor Car
Co., Detroit, Mich., and has also en
tered a light school. Mr. Ulackledge
Is a worthy young man nnd his many
friends hero wish him success and
promotion in his new undertakings.
In looking over tho buds or his or
chard, Mr. T. A. Auten, who Is con
siderable of 3 hortlculturallst, discov
ered with the aid of a microscope,
that tho buds of all the trees exam
ined wero infected with a small bug
that seemed very much alive and
rapidly destroying the buds lust as
they open up. He has had a great
deal of experience in this kind ot
thing, but these bugs are strangers
tn ltlm Tin rnnnvlK that tiler.':) Will
' be lots of apples, pears, etc., this
year If spraying or some other means
will get rid of this parasite which
has appeared. Farmers should look
to their fruit trees now and we
whether this Is a general condition
and get after the trouble beforo It
is too late.
Mrs. Maria Moore fractured ono of
her hips In a rail from stumbling
over a rug at her home the past week.'
She is quite aged and feeble and her
recovery Is reported doubtful.
Mrs. Kllzabeth Crute, who has been
visiting relatives in Columbus the
past week, has rl'turned honie.
Mrs. Mary McKIernau and daugh
ter, Maud, who have been pending
the winter in Jacksonville, Florida,
returned home the past week.
Huddle & Denman aro to liava new
plate glass windows put In their rur
nlturo show windows soon.
Special exercises will ho held In
the Methodist church next Sunday
flveuliiK by the Women's Foreign Mis
sionary society.
Dorn, a son to Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank
Dradrluk on Friday, April 12th.
Mr, Dllmoro Harrison of Ilutler,
has moved his sawmill to the I) C, De
Dolt liinii, where he Js now sawing
lumber for ,, new church to lie bulk
at Palmyra.
The present buildings being too
small for the Increasing business of
Mr. W; O. Dartlett, who operates the
creamery he,- Arrangements arc
being made to build an addition to
the plant.
Mrs, 0. D. Martlng Is seriously 111
with nn attack of erysipelas
Mr, F. D. Zelg has been In New
Vork the past weak In the' interest or
tho foundry here,
Mr. William Swlhart was a Mt. Ver
non visitor tho past week.
Mr. Herman Deal and family ol
Uhrlchvlllo visited with relatives In
tills vicinity the past week.
Mr. Abo Agnw haB secured a posi
tion with Mr. O. O. Deeney on tho
farm for the coming season.
Miss Dera Synder has been very
III with inllammatory rheumatism
the past two weeks. '
Mr. Albln Willey or Centerburg,
wns In Frederlcktown on Tuesday of
this ,wook,
Miss Mary Myers Is visiting with
her sister, Miss Belle Myers, at Cen
terburg this week.
Mr. and Mrs. led, Phillips visited
tho latter's parents In Mt. Vernon
the past weak.
Mr. George McKee visited In Co
shocton the past week.
Mr. W. J. Haycock, of Mt Liberty,
visited his mother, Mrs. Emma Hay
cock, tho pant week.
Mrs. Harlle Asklns, of Columbus,
visited with his mother, Mrs. Sue
Hasklns the past week.
Tho work of the board of public
service is progressing very satisfac
torily. The specifications for tho
new mnchlneiy to be installed at the
pumping .station have been Issued
nnd aro in the- hands of a number of
bidders. Several representatives of
manufacturing concerns have ulready
been on the ground nnd more are ex
pected as the time 'limit will be up
next Saturday.
Mr. Williams who moved his goods
nnd family here a couple of weeks
ago, has been compelled to move to
Mt. Vernon the first or the week. Ho
had engaged a house here, but when
he arrived, louiui that It was not at
all suitable, ?o stored his goods and
lived nt the hotel lor some time, tin
ally moving away again. This Is
but another instance of what Freder
lcktown Is losing by not having more
residences ,to rent or sell. Full a
hundred now.Jiousos-could be.ptit up
here this summer and find a ready
Mr. J. If. Ooilrley, of the College of
Agriculture, Ohio State University,
will glvo an orchard pruning and
spraying demonstration at the farm
of F. h. Garber, at Ankenytown, Apr.
2G, nt I p. in. Everyone Interested
In the subject of fruit growing Is
cordially Invited to be present. The
nvetlng will be held In the orchard,
if the weather permits, nnd those
who attend will be given a practical
demonstration of how fruit trees
should be pruned and when and how
to spray for such Insects as San Jose
scale, scurfy seale and codling moth.
Questions will be answered.
This will be an excellent opportun
ity to get practical Information on or
charding. .J. ESTO .J.
Rev. Schwass will preach at Messiah
church next Sunday morning and ev
ening. Mrs. John Mcl.arn is on the sick list.
Mr. Nole Deal Is sick with the meas
les. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mitchell and
family, Miss Nandy l.epley and Miss
Silvia Flack and Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Mellck were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Will Mornlugstar and family Sun
day. Mrs. George Strlngfellow is spending
a rew days In Mt. Vernon with his sls;
tor, Mrs. Will Hartsook.
Mrs. James Hoy man Is spending a
few days at Utlca.
Quite a number from this place at
tended the funeral of Mr: James Rock
well. .Mr. and Mrs. Perry Fry called on
Air. und Mrs. Fred Schooley Sunday.
Mrs. Will Doollttle has returned
home after .spending the week with
Mr. and Mrs. I.., A. Nothers and fami
Messrs. Irvin Conkle and Lester Me
llck spent Friday in Millwood.
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Mrs.' James Noffsiuger is visiting
her sister, Mrs. Kittle Donnlth of Co
lumbus. Mrs. Jay Mitchell returned to her
homo In Kansas City nfter a visit with
her fathor, Dr. N. S, Tolanil.
Dr. J. M. Pumphrey of Drooksvlllo,
Fla., was called hero oft lug to tho ser
ious Illness of his mother, Mrs. Ros
Mr. II. C. Dodd of the Sanltorlum,
Jit. Vernon, Is visiting his family,
Mr. Cloy co Hnycs of Mt. Vernon
spent Saturday and Sunday with his
Mr, Robert Gornagi' of Gambler
spent Sunday evening with friends.
Mrs. Waldo Grleff and Mrs. Walter
llergor spent Inst week with their par
ents, Mr, and Mrs, Will Weaver of
Kairview. Mr. Grieff and Mr. Merger
visited with thonWrom Friday until
Sunday. . j
Earl Kerr and J. S. Schooler Were
home Saturday and Sunday.
Dr. and Mrs. Welker of Gambler
siient Sunday at tho home of Mr. Ross
Pumphrey. Mrs, Avelker stayed a few
days this week. 3.
Master KennctljrMcCammenl Is the
guest of his cousfin, Miss Durdetto
Pumphrey this week.
Miss Hazol Yarnell visited with Mr,
and Mrs. A. N. Dodd of Newark Sat
urday. Mrs. Aunabcllo Francis was visiting
her daughter, AIrs N'ota Pounds and
family of near Newark recently.
Mr. and Mrs, Edward Magaw and
sons were guests of his mother, .Mrs,
Jell' Debout Snturda) and Sunday.
Dr. and Mrs. Stonehocker delight
fully entertained a number of their
friends at their home in Dladensburg,
Ohio, Friday evening, April 12.
The ovenlng wns spent in music and
games, after which dainty refresh
ments were served by the hostess. Mr.
S. C. Horn acted as toastmaster ot the
evening and many toasts were re
sponded to during-(he evening, which
were enjoyed by nil.
At a late hour all departed to their
respective homes feeling that they had
been well entertained.
Entertained ) " V
With Dance
The Ladles Auxiliary of the Sons
or Veterans very .pleasantly enter
tained with a dance and card party
at the K. of P. Armory on Tuesday
evening, eighty couples being pres
ent. Dancing and games were enjoy
ed until midnight Music wa.s fur
nished by the Mlld'.Mllltary orchestra
ol this city. Those frqm out-of-town
were Miss Mabet Young, Miss Helen
Singer, Mr. Enrf'-Faruuhar, Mr. Gilli
am and Mr. Freenian of Gambler and
Dr. and Mrs, Teeters'of Tilling
o t
Weaver-Ward . i;.
Wedding -
Married, at file home of the ofllciat
Ing minister, at 2 p.'iii,, Friday, April
12, by the Iter. John T. Dlack, Mr.
Ray Weaver and ..Miss Mary Ward,
both ot Miller township. The young
couple expect to (reside in Akron.
They have the congratulations and
best wishes of. tnelr many friends.
Mr. Linden D. Mann, a mail carrier,
son of Mr. and .Mrs. W. D. Mann, and
Miss Edna May Hurst, daughter of
Mr. add Mrs. Edward Hurst, both of
Wayne township, were married by
Rev. H. M. Noble at his home In Fred
erlcktown Thursday evening. Mr. and
Mrs. Mann will reside in Frederick
town. .
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Weaver of Bran
don, who were just, recently united in
marriage, wero gIVen. a mlscellaneoua
shower at tlis honie of Mrs. Weav
er's father, .Mr. Frank Ward, north
of llr union Friday evening. About
seventy-live friends were present dur
ing the evui'ngr, which was very
pleasantly spent. 'Refreshments were
With Dance 1
The Gambler club entertained with
.a dance at Rosse Hall In Gambler
Friday evening. The evening was
vpry pleasantly spent, about forty
couples being present throughout.
Music tor the occasion was furnished
by the Moose six piece orchestra of
.Mt. Veinon.
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A son was bom Tuesday afternoon
to Air. anil .Mrs. William Lifer, who
reside west of .lellowny,
Paris, April 17 Jean Worrette, a
Belgian aviator, fell "iOO feet In his
aeroplane at Chateau fort today and
was Instantly killed,
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Beard the
Was The Performance Of
"A Scrap Of Paper"
On Tuesday Evening-To Be
Given Again Tonight
Never before In Alt. Vernon has an
umnletir play met with such success
as tho performance, "A Scrap of
Paper" given by the members of the
Mt. Vernon Dramatic club In the
Grand Theatre on Tuesday evening.
It wus the fourth production given
under the auspices of the Dramatic
club und It was the universal opin
ion that this was tho best per
formance ever presented by members
of the club.
Those in the cast are to be con
gratulated upon their excellent work
as tho play went as smoothly as a
professional show. Tho public was
well pleased with tho production as
evinced by the hearty applause
Throughout the play.
The story of "A Scrap of Paper" is
told In three acts, but It was In the
last two acts of the performance
where all the actors were' seen to
best advantage on Tuesaay evening.
Perhaps this was due to the fact that
the first effects of stage-fright wort
away after the llrst act, so that the
performers were very much at ease
and most of them very much "at
home" in the last two acts of the pro
Air. Rodney Alorison Jr., as "Pros
per Couramont" and .Miss Rose Sapp
as ".Mile. Suzanne De Husevlllo,"
were easily the stars of the produc
tion. The acting of both was line.
.Miss Sapp was especially well adapt
ed roe the part and all her lines wero
ell given and her acting was equal
to that seen In a professional show.
Miss Loma P. Arndt as "Louise Do
La Claclerre" and Air. Allen Sapp at,
"Anatole" took their respective parts
exceedingly well. Air. George Dar
ter as "Brisemouiiho" was clever. H
gave the show a good( touch of com
edy in the last act when he appeared
as the Intoxicated Proprietor and
Naturalist. The part was not over
doue as Is usually the case with ainn
tilers. All qther.meinbers of the caste de-
serve moro mention than space al
lows. .,
The caste of characters was as fol
lows: Prosper Couramont Air. Rodney
Alorison, Jr.
Daron De La Glaclere Air. AI. P.
Drisemouche (landed Proprietor
and Naturalist) Air. George Horter.
Anatole (his Ward) Air. Allan
Sapp. ,
Baptists (servant) Air. Harold
Francois (Servant ot Prosper) V
Air. John Ewlng. '
i.ouise ue i-a uiaciere .miss i.oma
P. Arndt.
Atlle. Suzanne De Ruseville (her
Cousin) Aliss Rose Sapp.
Alnthilde (sister to Louise) Aliss
Hesse Patterson. t
, Jlademoiselle Zenobie (sister to
Brisemouche) Aliss Hannah Kinney.
Madame Dupont Aliss Bessie
Pauline (maid) Aliss Irene Zeis
loft. The scenes were as follows:
SCENE Room In the French
Chateau of the Daron de la Glaclere.
SCENE Room assigned to Prosper
in the Lodge occupied by Drise
mouche. ACT III ,
SCENE The hall between the
Conservatory and Dining Room at
the Chateau.
The director of the production
Air, Harry C. Devln and his careful
training and theatrical ability wns
clearly seen throughout the eutlra
The patronesses for the play wore-.
Mrs. R. Al. Greer, Airs. J. F. Lee,
Airs. Wm. H. Clnrka, Airs. William A.
Ackerman, Airs. Charles F. Colville,
Mrs. N. H. Eastman, .Mrs. E. O. Ar
nold, Airs. E. Henry Falrchlld, Mrs.
B. B. Williams, .Mrs. Frederic Coop
er, Airs. Samuel Dougherty, Airs. Ah-
by Curtis Kinney, Airs. W. B. Alc
Cormlck, Airs. Ida L. Schutte, Airs.
Frank L. Beam. ,
The advisory committee on costuin
iug consisted of Airs. Harry C. Devln,
Airs. Ralph C. Rlngwnlt and Airs.
George Israel.
Hon. L. B. Hoiick Went to Colum
bus Wednesday morning to niako a
short business visit.
DiV S. E. Deoley went to Columbus
Wednesday to attend a Scottish Rite
Air. and Airs. Norman Stump, of
Greenville, Pa., aro spending n week
In tho city with relatives.
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Mrs. Carrie McMlllen Slpe
Mrs. Carrie Alr.Mlllen Slpe, wire of
A. R. Slpe. died nt her horn'? nl 300
North Alain street Wednesday morn
ing at 2:1.', o'clock after an Illness ot
almost one year's duration caused by
11 complication of stomach and heart
trouble. She was born nt Znncsvllle,
Ohio, in 18C.2, being (10 years of ago
at the time of her' death nnd Is sur
vived by her husband and two sisters,
.Mrs. Charles P. Thompson, of Jersey
Ohio, nnd .Mrs. Alllo Alasteller of Alt.
Vernon She was a member of the
Gny trt;vt Al. E. church and was an
ardent church worker.
Airs. Slpe was for Reveral yenrs a
well known teacher In the Alt. Ver
non public schools previous to her
marriage to Air. Slpe which occurred
on September 21th, 1902.
Th funeral at the late home Fri
day afternoon a.. 2:30 o'clock, Rev.
K, D. Unmeet olliclntlng. Interment
in .Mound View cemetery.
The Susanna McKee Funeral
The funeral of Airs. Susanna Ale
Kee. who died Tuesday nt the home
of her .son north of Jelloway, at the
Jelloway Al. E. church Thursday
morning at 10 o'clock, Rv. Tompkins
officiating. Interment In the Jello
way cemetery.
The Supreme Court of the United
States has hel'l that banking Is most
safe when confined to the locality
where its officers are known and
where they ha"e personal knowledge
of those with whom they do business.
This is doubly true of the Building
& Loan business. Spreading out over
a large territory is a menace to any
financial InsLU-'tioii.
This Association confines its busi
ness to Knox county where it has the
means of knowing the persons to
whom it loans money nnd the value
of the real estate they offer as secur
ity. It makes no offort to grow big and
spread out over other counties" but
it seeks to lo its work well and to
deserve the confidence of the people
of this locality. We are glad to show
out customers all our securities.
The Knox Savings & Loan Ass'n..
C. F. Colville, Sec'y.
Corner Alain and Vine streets, AIL
Vernon, Ohio.
The Arnold Store
This store will supply all your
"Siirlng Wants" In Wall Paper,
Carpets, Kurs, (.Inoleums, Oil
Cloths and .Mattings, the highest
qualities at the lowest prices with
a big and well selected stock of
the newest spring patterns and
colors. .Money saved on all Win
dow Shades, Curtain Poles, Sash
'Hods, Housekeepers 'should visit
-. this store for a big complete stock
with good service and right pric
es. We invite your inspection of
our stock and a visit to our store
will convince you of our qualities
r and prices.
95 of All Business
is now transacted by moans of checks, this system
having proven so safe and convenient that it has been
adopted universal lj' by business houses.
Paying by check offers just as great advantages
in safety and convenience to the farmer as to the mer
chant, .lie cau always make payments without trou
ble in making change and yet his actual money is
always safe in this strong First National Bank.
We solicit the checking accounts of farmers.
H. H. GREER, President. BEN AMES, Vice Praildenl
8. W. AL8DORF, Cathlir
Coat and Pants Hanger
Free with every suit dry cleaned and pressed.
It is a good substantial affair and is ideal for
keeping your clothes in shape.
All Kinds of Clothing Cleaned
Handsomely, Perfectly and Promptly
B. PI. BAIR, Prop.
3 W. Vine St. Citizen 'Phone 836 Red
Memphis, Tenn., April 17 Twenty
jvnple were drowned in tho Hoods In
Chicot county, Ark., according to re
ports received by the government en
gineers here today.
A rescue party from Greenville,
;.... e, has recovered tho bodies of six
victims, according to tho reports
Hundreds of families nre living In
tr.es. Tallulia, Ark., Is under 110 feet
of wafer and every house In the vil
lage It is expected will be wnshed.
How's This?
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot bo cured by Hall's C'itarrb.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. T.ili.ln. O.
wo, thu undersign""!, im-.o Un" .1 1. ,r.
Cheney for the liuit 15 yfeitra, ,in : titHovo
Mm iK-rfi-clly Iiunorob!i la nil imsmrri
trnnsa'ttorm .and flnnnrlnlly nhl 1 nrry
out any ntillcations inm'n liy II- :,rn..
Jlnll's Cntnrrh Cum N tii''on lr.tf-rn.illv,
ftctltiK dirci-tly up.in tlip Mooil mid mti
cnlK Hiirfrv-es nf t'm system Tfii'nonlnM
Sf-nt i,-.-i'. I'rlrc '..', cents p- r Imttl . Hold
h- nil DruirfRtE.
rV llttll'H FH101U Tr1lM f. - - ' -lot.
Drug Purity I
j This is the big import-
j ant thing in all prescrip- j
: tions. You find it at :
j this store.
: We have one of the s
largest lines of quality :
: Drug Sundries in the
: city. j
We are experts in
I Truss Fitting
j and handle trusses of all ;
1 G.R. BaKer&Co. 1
Sign Big Hand
I 205 S. Main St. :
Have You Tried
Cloro ?
It is a new clothes cleaner and
works like'maglc. You can re
move greasje spots Instantly,
without injury to the most deli
cate fabric or color.
The best cleaner known for
suede shoes.
Will not burn or explode.
Price 25c per bottle at
Drug Store
E. Side Public Square
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