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JMEDFORD MATTJ TRIBUNE. MTCDFOim 0K12(101T, THURSDAY, MAY Ifi, 101(1.
J. M, Williams, a merchant of
.t59(MtvtifB,mnJo ft business trip to
Henry Ij. AVIilto was nmnng tho
tunny cltUctw of Ashland in MeiUonl
dnfciiB tliu wook.
it, gWolfer'of Knglo Point, tho
BtriWhert'y king, was In Medford on
Wednesday. Up vrlll have a flnqr
and larger cron this ncrwon than over.
(Jrchhrd, hunting. flBtalng and
Crater Lake scones for snlo'at Ger
kln'ft Harmon's studio Negatives
made, any place, kodak finishing. 128
Cast Mftln-strccU Phono 315 R.
'i'oitWaslor hnd Mrs.' Guy fox or
Central 'Point, M. fr. 'England, It.
It. Ellsworth and other residents ot
that' pi a co 'Woro' recent visitors In
'Mrs! S. noussom nnd her children,
who have been stopping In Medford,
went to Jncksonrllla Wednesday.
Vlli tutor children In all lines of
scfeool work. Also teach foreigners
to sjwak English. Tol. 757-1. 50
"Thomas' & Gaines was" down from
Trail Creek the forq part of tho
Mrs. J. Stllwoll Vilas, who has
been at Corvallls visiting her two
son's, students nt the Oregon Agri
cultural college, la nt fcnnra again.
11. II. McCurdy wrltos all kinds of
Insurance. 401 M. V. & II. bldg.
Mrs, N, H. Harris of Englo Point
ami Mrs. Si E. linrrls of Portland
spent Wednesday in Medtord.
Clyde Shliw of Jacksonville was a
Medford visitor Wednesday after
Gerklng Jfc Harmon, studio por
traits, borne portraits, flash ljghu.
kodak finishing, post card work and
enlarging.? 123 East Main street;
telephone SIC IV
Mr. and Mrs. Allen II. Drury aro
making Medford friends a visit.
Crater Lake Candy company is tho
name of a business enterprise start
ed on South Central avenue by par
ties who arrived from Tacoma re
cently. Insare and be sure, night It wo
write It R.A. Holmes, The Insurance-
Claude E. Glllia ot Yreka, Cab, an
attorney, 1b In Medford on profes
T. O. Uradley, H. C. Sproat and
J. C. Boyle ot northern California
are ameag the electricians employed
by the C&llferata-OregOB power com
pany who are holding their monthly
meeting la Medtord.
Moaey to loan on real estate. See
Carkin & Taylor, attorneys at law.
Max Frieucntnal, representing a
prominent business houso ot Port
land, Is making the valley his usual
Robert White and D. B. Wilson
arrived in Medford during the week.
A. E, Kellogg and Charles Stein-
bring were down from Gold Hill on
The Hclman White Sulphur Baths
and Swimming Pools at Ashland,
Oregon, will open for tthe season
Saturday, May 10. 04
J. E. Halo and H. G. King have
returned from a business trip to
California, mado by auto-
Palm and h. Xlcdermoyer
Portland Wednesday eve
ning to transact some business. They
vroro accompanied by tho latter's son
E. D. Weston', commercial photog
rapher, negatives mado any tlmo or
place by appointment. Phono M.
Hoy. Mr. Boylo, pastor of the
Christian church of Medford, was a
recent visitor In Ashland.
Mrs. p. ana or Gold Hill tins been
In Medford. visiting her sister, Mrs,
D. E. Clay is exhibiting a copy of
tho Now York Horald dated April 15,
1SGG, In which the first account of
the shooting ot President Lincoln U
old. Tho paper constats of four
pages and Its price is 4 cents a copy.
Mrs. W. E. Finney of Jackson
ville was among Medford relatives
aud'frjfndj Wedneeduy afternoon.
MUa' M. Mclntqh turrlod in Mudr
ford Tuesduy, while on route to
Vapor baths and scientific mas
sage for men and women. Dr. It.
J. Lockwood, chiropractor, 203 Gar-nott-Corey
bldg. Phono 140.
J, M. Wagner of Ashland was In
Medford Wednesday In tho Interest
of Siskiyou nilnerul water. Ho Is
proprietor of tho spring producing
O. Fnber and h. Uoylo or Rlddlo
lire late arrivals lu Mud ford.
Weeks & McGowan Co.
Day Phono !i27
Night 1 W. Weeks 103-J.2
I Phones A. U. Orr 078-M
Frank Green nnd H. H. Hall were
over from Applogntc Wednesday nft
ctHoon. Charles Lobo hns left 'Medford on
a trip to Scattlo nnd Vancouver,
Jay Tcrrlll of TAlnr, deputy conn
ty assessor, was In Medford nnd
Grain bay S per ton. C. W.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Schmidt left
Thursday ntternnon tor an automo
bile tour lnCallfornla. They will
visit In South Dnkotn before return
ing to Medford.
Mr. Krslster of Berkeley. Cab, Is
a guest of Mr. I.. B. llasktns.
The ladles of the Presbyterian
church will hnvo a booth of home
cooking at the publle market Satur
day morning. Itomc-mada cake,
pies, cookies, bread, meat loaves, Sar
atoga chips; also a flno variety of
canned cherries, nprlcots, peaches
and other fruits and Jellies. Co mo
and got something good for your
Fred Alton Halght, teacher ot
piano nnd harmony, specialist In cor
rect principles of touch and tech
nique for beglunors or ndvanred pu
pils. Faults corrected. Summer
term. Halght Music Studios. ItC S.
Laurel street. Phono 72C-R. CO
Mr. and Mrs. B. Vincent of Sams
Valley were In Medford Wednesday,
trading with our merchants.
J. S. Bailey and William Wiley of
Ashland spcn,t Wednesday In Med
ford. George E. Boos, Panama fair com
missioner, returned from California
Mrs. L. J. Bucll of Victor, Mout..
who has been visiting In Mod ford. Is
on her way homo.
Mrs. Laura A. King arrived from
Phoenixx Wednesday evening for a
short' viklt In Medford.
Dr. Calvin S. Whlto, secretary of
II. L. Young, the llnotyper, was In
from his ranch near Brownsboro dur
ing tho week. Ho will roon make
final proof on his homestead claim,
which has been well improved.
J. K. Bailltc, Mrs. R. Mooro nnd
fothcr residents of Phoenix were
the Oregon Stato Medical society,
who attended tho annual meeting of
the local society held at Grants 1'fler
Tuesday, mnde a trip to Medford be
fore returning to Portland.
Miss Maud Gray of San Francisco,
a former resident of tho valley, Is
visiting in Medford, a guest ot the
among thoso wno camo to Medford
James Kershaw .of Antelope, who
has tho biggest band or goats In
southern Oregon, spent Wcdnesduy
Mrs. II. A. Banten and her daugh
ter, Mrs. a. Stout, were Medford vis
itors Wednesday afternoon.
Mfctro Lisscre, ono of tho five"
dynamiters arrested at Weed. Cab,
ha pleaded guilty In tho superior
court at Yreka and will be sentenced
(Friday. Tho orily excuso he had to
offer in extenuation of his crime was
that Gcorgeo Menlacco, ringleader of
tho gang, had threatened to kill him
it ho failed to aid In tho plot.
Rutherford B. Kerr, tho postal ox
pcrt, has gone to Shovol Creek, Cab,
to spend his vacation.
A. Conro Fiero of Central Point
district has returned from Portland,
accompanied by his mother and sis
ter, who arrived from Chicago the
fore part of tho week on an extended
Miss Annio Kelllher iu ontertaln
Ing Mr. nnd Mrs. George P. Keller of
California at her homo on OoITdnJe
Rev. W. F. Shlolds mndo Central
Point a pastoral visit ono evening
At tho recent meet of tho Portland
Gun club Dr. E. R. Soely ot Medford
mado 340 points out of a possible
400. Dr. O. B. Thornton of that
city, who Is a native of Ashland, was
high man among, tho amateura with
a scoro of 257, whllo Dana Morrison
beat all of tho shootonr, making 3S3
Mr. nnd Mrs. I. II. Miller nnd their
daughter of Nash, Okla., aro vtaltlng
Mr. and Mrs, N. p. Bonnett.
Tho annual meeting of tho Knight
ot Columbus of Oregon was hold ut
Portland during tho woek. The Med
ford branch of the ordor was roftrn
soutort by M. J. Roddy nnd Ouy Con
ner. W. P. O'Brien was olected fctutp
doputy; J. F. Fr'anzwa of Eugene,
secretary; F. J. Lonergan of Port
land, advocato; E. P. Noonan of Aa
Ujrla. treasurer; Hugh McLaln of
Marshfleld, warden; R. B. SInnott or
Portland, delegate to tho national'
convention to be held at Memphis.
Tonn., In August, with J. L. Kelly of
Tho Dalles us alternate; Rev. E. V,
O'Hura of Portland, chaplain, to suc
ceed Rov. J. M. O'Forrell ot Medford.
They will servo during tho ensuing
Dr. nnd Mrs. R. W. Clancy loft for
California Wednesday afternoon.
Tholr visit will bo a short ono
Miss Kato Coburn of Yreka, Cab,
arrived In Medford Wednesday eve
ning nnd will visit Mlsa Ella Oaui
yaw. Judgo p. M, Calkins, who is hold
ing circuit court at Grunts Pass, re
turned Wednesday for a short fltu; In
Medford boforo resuming his duties.
S. lb While got back from Weed,
Cab, Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. W. T. Uoerldgi who lias
boon visiting friends living nt I'hoen
Ix. hat returned, accompanied by
Mrs. Oswald I.ockett Jr., ot Chi
cago, and Miss Francis It. Madden of
Now York City, daughters ot Mr. nnd
Mrs, Frank Madden, have arrived to
visit their parents at their orchard
home, west ot Central Point. Mrs.
Lockctt Is accompanied by her sou.
' William S. Stilt ot Los Angeles,
who recently purchased tho north 30
acres of the Frank Madden orchard,
hns arrived to spend the summer wl'h
Mr. Madden. He Intends hereafter
to divide tho year between Los An
gcles nnd Medford.
MEDFORD GIRL WINS
AT BASKETBALL GAME
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COL
LEGE. Corvallls. Ore., May 15.
Freshman girl basketball players
proved thurtsolves good llttlo ath
letes by winning tho Inter-class cham
pionship this year.
Tho junior team Is comprised ot
the MImos Lottie Montxcr, Pendle
ton, and Effio Weaver, Myrtle Creek,
guards; Edith Allvsorth. Battle
Ground, Wash., and Opal Daley,
Medford. centers; Bertha Booth, ot
Portland, and Virginia Keatloy, Cas
tle Rock. Wash, (captain), forwards.
The college girls are much Inter
ested lu nthlctlcs tills year, and arc
devoting such tlmo as they can spare
from tholr college duties, to tennis
nnd cross-country walking, and to
special non-credit courses In tell:
MEDFORD TO PLAY
Medford and Fred Ropor'rt Tlgern
of Grants Pnsn nre to mix It lu u
battle royal Sunday, Muy IS. Ropor
has been lading low with his club
until the Medford team got started,
but ho couldn't stand tho strain long
and was only too glad to get a
chance to t.tko fall out uf tho Mod
ford gang. Roper would rather win
from our ulub than out his moats.
My the way this Medford club I
going to bo some team to bent this
si'iwon, the way thnt lulleld worked
Sunday was a rovvlntlen to tho hand
ful of falUiful onus who braved thn
weather last Sunday, not tin error
bolng chocked up against them.
On Thursday. May S2, Medford
nnd the undcfo.ited Ccntrat Point
team meet and from all Imtlsntlott
It will bo sotno game. Central Point
In trying to tuako n clean sweop thlt
soason. having won hU nnd lost mu
this year. With Mrtntyro and Wil
son ror battery they wilt make any
club stop along to win.
WILSON STANDS FIRM.
(Continued from Page 1)
RESOLUTIONS OF CONDOLENCE.
iredronl, Ore., Mny 8, 1013.
.Since it hns plonsod tho Gmud Hx
ulted Huler of tho Universe to remove
from earth our liulovcil Brother,
August Lb Singlur;
Aud since llrother Singlor wai nn
anient nntl consistent member of
Medford Lodge No. 11C8 Bunovolent
nnd Protective Order of Elks;
And Whereas llrother Singlcr wns
n man of sterling character and
spotless life and reputation;
Aud Whereas our brother offered
nnd gave his life in tho discharge of
birf duty ns nn executive officer of
the slalo of Oregon, thereby offering
up on tho altar of his country's wel
fare, the Inst full measure of the de
votiuu oof n patriot and n bravo man ;
Therefore He It Itoolvcd that we,
as members of this lodge of tho
Benevolent and Protective Order of
Klks moum tho untimely death of
this good man, our brother.
Thnt wo shall cborih hi memory
with tender regard as wo recall ngniu
and often hU kindliness of heart, his
unremitting good nnture, nnd the
never failing sunshine his presence
ever shed nbout us.
Be It Resolved That tho life nnd
example of otr brother will over serve
to stimulnto us to cmulntc tho noble
deeds and manly impulse of our
departed brother in private life, in
fraternal loyalty, nnd in tho dis
chnrgo of public duty.
Bo It Resolved Thnt we point with
pride to tho fact thnt August lb Sing
lor was nn Klk nnd thnt in his in
tegrity, hoiMjfulness, cheerfulness,
nnd fcnr!ewnos, ho Mnruls in history
as ono of tho highest typos possible
to Klkdom nnd thnt he stands in sa
cred memory ns a prototype worthy
the inntnlion of j-onngpr men who
would nspirc to private honor and
Resolved that whilo wo peer into
the impenetrable darkness nnd can
.see nothing, nnd whilo we listen nnd
out of tho infinite silence there
comes no voice that ncrosg the chasm
from shore to shore, thoro swing
the cable of hope nnd nlong it we
send our whispered message of love
nnd ever nwnit tut answer lo our
Be It RoRolvt'il thnt tho sympathy
of this lodge bo oxtondod to tho be
reaved wife nnd her little children
nnd that this lodge with each of ilb
mtinbcrs pledges itself to protect nnd
to defend, through tho untried years
to come, not only with words, but
with deeds, tho family of our de
Dated nt Medford, Oregon, this Bth
duy of Muy, V.)VJ.
a T HBAMKS,
T. H. DANIKLB,
B. V. MUMCKY,
L. B. I FA SKINS,
Tho West Side reed stablo Is opened
under now management. Will run a
ralo and reed stablo.
40 J. E. UOSTWICIC, Prop.
Fritzl Schotr will revlvo "Mile.
THE LATEST IfAHJUO.V NOTE
Says;' "It is a wIbq precaution
against gattlrig holos in do) lea to ho
siery to powder tho shoes boforo put
ting thorn on." Many people sprlnklo
the famous antiseptic powder, Allen's
Foot-Easo, into tho nloen, and find
that It saves its cost ton times ovnr
In keeping hoea rrom hosiery an well
as lessening friction aud consctmout
smarting and aching of tho feet,
if wngef were reduced n a result of
"Xo statute contemplates Hint tin
department of commerce shall nt-
.tempt to coo roe men to continue in
hiwini'ss nt n financial los, mi id
Mondoll. "Hns the seereturv n fund
to eomH!nsntc innnufaotururs should
the Underwood hill cuuhp serioim ft
tinusml loos It is particularly un
gracious t us no stronger tumf, that
men of high station uttd of high n-
lougibilitiefi should ooblbloodedt.v
warn industries thnt they slmll haw
their business invoatigitlcd Mini learn
whether their ninchincrv W up-to-date
nnd whothor their methods, in the
high nnd mighty opinion of the sec
retary of commerce nre modoru."
Houso Lender Underwood followed
Mondcll. lie served notice also Hint
government investigation of big busi
ness lowering wages, with the tariff
measure ns an excuse, would be
pressed, but ndded that if any injury
was done to legitimnto business
through tho Underwood bill, tho mis
take would bo rectified.
"During tho tariff honrincs," said
Underwood, "you will find volumes of
statements of manufacturers under
oath declaring thnt if tho democra
tic house dared to reduce tho tariff,
they would take tho reduction out of
the labor in (heir mills nnd fnctonet.
not out of their profits.
".Many of tho.c manufacturers
have mado enormous profits nnd
now they would uontintm thou ut tho
expense of labor. We nro not
threatening industry or labor. But
now that tho machinery has started
to investigate nctunl facts, Hie re
publicans throw up their hands nnd
run to cover because of the four of a
real investigation. If the law is
drawn so drastic that it muy affect
industrial interests wo wnut to know
it. Wo mny muLo mistakes but we
aro not nfnrid to recognize nnd cor
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALE Two young driving
horses, 2-soatcd rig and harness.
20 8. Grape, roar. 48
WANTED Competent girl for gen
eral housework. Good cook. Mr.
II. L. Irwin. 22 Summit ave. Gl
LOST Halt grown Airedale torrlor
lu biiblnow section Thursday morn
ing. Ira J. DodKP, Tab 112. 40
FOR SALE- Good sound team of
draft horses, weight 1C00 lbs
Powell Aujo Cro Phono 21. lb
EXQHANGE-rRcfldenci! and Wll
lametto aeroage, $21,500, ror Im
proved rnnCTi In valley. Clark
Realty Co.. 200 Phlpps bldg.
Many IVopb lluo a Kliuplo Way of
It was Dr. Sungerboud, or Paris,
who first discovered that dandruff
and falling hair were caused by n
And now that Parlslun Sago, the
remedy that kills tho dandruff genu
Is sold in every town lu Amurlcn, the
clean people or this country luivo
awakened to tho fact that dandruff
is unnecessary; that railing hair and
Itching scalp can he aulckly stopped,
and thut people who tiso Parlslun
Sago will never grow bald.
To ovory reailor or tho Mall Trib
une who wishes to eradicate dlsgtiBt
log dandruff, stop falling hair and
hnvo ah Immaculately clean scalp,
free fr.am Itchiness, we make this of ef
fer: PnrUlan Hagq Is sold by druggists
overywhero, for CO cents u lnrgo hot
tlo. It Is an Ideal, daintily perfumed
hair dressing, froo from greasa and
HtlcklnoPH, and will caiiuo hair la
grow lustrous and luxuriant. Sold
and guaranteed by Chaa Strung,
SEWARD, Neb., May 1G.--A tor
undo which took a toll ot ten lives,
mid Injured thirty or moro and de
stroyed more than a third of this
town bcefmud shortly boforo 0 Inst
evening. Twenty-two resldqnocs, In
eluding several of tho best In town
wore entirely destroyed and inauy
mor partially wrecked. Tho business
portion did not suffer greatly.
The tornado camo from the north
west nnd swept across th country
Intervening taking many buildings In
Its course. It struck the western or
rCHtdcnco portion of Seward and rnx-
vd everything lu Its path.
It camo on t!u town so suddenly
that only n part of the people had an
opportunity to run to cellars and
other places of refuge. Those kllbsl
generally were caught lu the wreck'
ago ut their houses which were crush'
od to pieces like egg shells. Tho tor
tiado aftsr passing through Swrd
continued on to tho northeast doing
great damago to rural homes.'
Reports tonight say tho towns of
Lttshtou, Grauton, Utlrn and MoCuol
were In tho path ot the tornado but
all communication with thoso points
was dcstrood. An appeal was sent
to Lincoln over the ono remaining
telephone wlro for physicians aud
undertakers and they loft there on a
freight train nt ton-thirty tonight.
Reports from surrounding terri
tory Indicate tho effect ot tho turun
da was felt tnor n wide area, but un
til tho telvphuno nud telegraph coin
munloAttuus nre restored the number
of casualties It any will not b known.
The tornado was follownd by n hall
and rain sioriu which added much to
the misery. Tonight tho town Is
without light nnd n search or the
ruins Is being made with lanterns.
Tho sheriff tonight sworn u a large
number of deputies to prevent loot
ing and Oovornbr Morhend sent word
a company of mllltla had been ord
ered lu readiness In tho oeut Its
presetieo Is reijulrod.
Several persons aro t to bo no
counted for but It Is not believed late
tonight tho casualty list will be in
Has a large Orel of Listeners Wh
Profit by Htr Wisdom and Experience.
In m(Mt any community thoraVn cramt
rsa who knows Mother' l'rioti.t it wi
li r ctperlMire nnd
tfiy(f?3hivrs lrd n luany euv-ctnnt
SWiJmri mothers to derlvo the
'SwVtflK comfort nnd lilnwltig
i'Bfc jc. v c' "" tamuu re lie
V5s2!5?iV '- appiM xtr-
vf Aj fi) tnrwilly bi Ut nbdo-
T t men, stomach aud
breasts, nllay all pain, at olds nil iuumi,
and prevent caUn vt tin trnutn.
It U nulcirir ami wuidrrfulljr ntnt
In? so tlmt tbo tnuMlrs ctpnnd wliiimit
strain, and prtper ib tysttiiv ilxr
)uhly tlmt the erinl is psmmmi aliuest With
out thf sllclitrtitillntrrat.
No beticr advice csn l jr!ru tho jtpwt
nnt iuoiIht I Inn to misvot tbr u uf
Mother's Frlt-nd. 8Uo tiikm ton ruse fpun
ths start. The days will bs cheerful, tb
Vou can otitnla Mothfr'rf lr)Jid of nny
druRjUt nt XI. IX) a lolibs. Do not forx-t
to In; auppltrd with thin Eieat lulp li uin'ti
erliio.i Vrlt.( ilrrtdllld lUsulaNir Co.,
SZi Untar DM?., AtMiitn. da., Ut tblr
laatruc'lvc bock fur cspvitaai uo.lnrj,
' Wtr- .1T
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This road la very uncertain, but If
you will proceed cautiously uud In
quire tho way of thoso who nro wear
ing satisfactory glasses ou will find
that It leads you to
No Drops Urod.
Luxury Without i
242 Turk Stroot
jTincflt popular priced
Hotol in San JiVancisco
: i '
. IT tho yotniK lady is going
lo grmlimttt, slio will bo
wnnltjii,' soint'thiuK , that'll
very rimier in foovriti'. ( 4V
.lflvory yotiutf lutly (iosiro
fo anptsni' nl lior boat on iu
Vo arc Hiiowtng aovoml
lincri of vnry (Uioipo Hlylee of
Wliilo Nuhuck, tliii ;m(l
Onnvas Slippers, Xubtiolc
.Htittou 0.vI'oi'(Ih and .Shoo,
VriiTS $1.70 to $fi,00, all
sixi'H and widths
To Eit .
1' . i .
5c and 10c Store
Sparta Building 401, Cornor Main and Riverside
Wo a iv flosiiif,' out our 8lot:lc aud havo real haryniiw.
50c Children's Diusses .... 25
75i! Childruii's Urosaoa...., - 'Mtf
2 values Hox ?tijUpiitji'y ,?,... -10
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10c Toilet .Soap M....,..MW..MM..T 7d
Hi' Toilet Soap ............w. 3
Men's Tioa, valuo 25tw .'.,..,.,....... 10
Hand Painted China , . V4 Prices
Wo will soil anything inpurhai'dwnito dojiftiititioiit
for ton uonte, .Saturday, i'll7.
Come in and looldvur our hai'KaiiiK.
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buy a Stadshalier, fan
it's a safe investment"
Of cournc it Jsl .Sludcbakcr wanona are
built on honor, with sixty yenia ot wnrj;on
bujldinpr cxpcricnce--nnd with every wagon
oe a'Sludebaker gunrnntce.
You enn't nfford to have n donlcr ocll you noma
other wagon represented to bo "jtut uo good."
If you wnnt a wagon lhjt will Inst, run easily nnd
Etantl up to its work, tlicrc is only ono wu(on to buy
-unci that'o u Sludcba!(tr,
Don't tmcta ton extnv yeara of scrvica for a few
dollar3,tlifforcncH in price.
Studcbaficr wuuons urn mndo to fit every require
nient of business or ploaourc, in city, town or
rrm WiEOna nuillnu Wmom
I'ouy UnUi.1 Dump Cut
Each the bt vf it bind.
Se) our DtaUt ot icilh ut,
STUDEBAKER South Bend, Intl.
MRVVOBK CHICAGO nAtiA3 KAN3A8 CITY imNVBa
UIMIUCAI'OUS 8A!.TI.AJaCITY a.ll TOANCISCO Jor.rtANU.OKU.
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