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" .TEE ENTERPRISE.
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ALFSKD r, WHITNPIE.
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•MlniM (ar.kM rx|4rrd will to cll«H »•■
•teat talcs fort to time actMllr paMittoC
rll 111! I ill 'nil * ' " BMW
al tto writer aemapaair. it-aal to to pab- I
Mwi bat ■• a |Wi»Ue of good faith
IWUimiw Raraa. —Oae i»-h OK tawrtiua |
•s oeaU, Kaeh aatorqacat in wrtioa yt caaU. j
WmVMilt taceatsa Use
OUtaarieaaad Bnotatioaauf Baapect. all arti
M liaca, s ccats a line
Capy far Advertisement*, at cfcanc* ol Aim
tiaemeata. most to ia lLu» okoe aut latet than j
SUBSCRIPTION fi oo A YEAR IN ADVANCE
latmd at tto Port uftce at Wiliiailia.
m. C..aa Second Cfaua Mail Matter
VIIOAT. OCTOBER 17.1902.
For Chief Justice of the Supreme
Iter Associate Justice of the Su
preme Court from the East
HKJTKY GROVES CONKER,
par Associate Justice of the Su
preme Court from the West
PLATT D. WALKER,
for Corporation Commissioner
Evcm C. BEDDINGFIELD
|>cr Superintendent of Public In
JAMBS Y. JOYNBK
of Guilford *
for Congress from First Congres
JOHN H. SMALL,
For the Senate—2nd District
J. A- SPRUILL, j
S 'S.MANN, *
For Judge o( the 4th Judicial Dist i
CHARLES M. COOKH,
For Solicitor of the Fourth Judicial
C. G. DANIELS
I j •
OUR COUNTY TICKET
FOR LEGISLATURE —11. W. Stubbs;
FOR SHERIFF — J C.Crawford
FOR CLERK OF CJHTRT J.A.Hobls-
FOR RKGISTKR OF DEKUS— W. C.'
FOR TREASURER— II. M. Bunas'
FOE CORONKK Dr. RJ. Nelson!
FOR SURVEYOR Sylvester Peel
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS—J.
B. Coffiield, J T. Barnhill, Dr. U. I
Have you registered? Rcmein-|
ber that the 25th of Octoliet is the J
last day of registration. Registei'
under the grand father clause anil,
Settle the question for life. Is the'
man -who is so selfish that lie has
no time nor inclination lb vote for
good government, a good citizeu? i
The election this year means much
to North Carolina. It is the most
important one in many years. Reg
ister and do your duty on election
The condition of the sidewalks
after the rain Saturday gave an un
pleasant object lesson to pedes
titans It clearly proved the care
las waste of time, material and
money. Let us have a more care
fal supervision and better results
TOB FARMERS SMOKEHOUSE
Of all questions that agitate,
•nd should agitate the iiiiiidn
of every farmer, is the one of
filling the smokehouse _*i)b
meat for the coining year
Kvery reasonable inan will tell
you that no part of his expense
draws upon hie resources a*
does the purchase of meat for
his table. It is a prime neces-j
•ity ; the man who can boast j
of plenty of hogVnrd hominy i*
•trong'.y entrenched against the
burdens that may fall upon j
In the year of 1902—a yea>
of enormous prices in focxli
■tuffs —the meat question ha.-'
grown in itnpoiUuce with the"
eoal agitation. But while the
1 fttper in our cannot j
and has no need to settle the
latter, lie is the ah important
factor in tbe hog industry at
home. He bums wood and has
plenty of it, and with
store of juicy meat, potatoes
■' and bread, is in a small way as
' | independent as the coal barons
'i of the North.
1 Now thcro are many farm
ers who are either unfortunate
or do not properly manage
along this line. Some even
say that 'lis cheaper to raise to
-1! bacco, etc., and buy food stuffs.
I This is surely false reasoning
Raise tobacco and all markct
■ able crops, of course, but al
Ihe same time keep your hogs
in good condition by a crop of
peanuts, potatoes aud corn.
I The farmer who comes to town
and buys meat does not pros
per. You might examine the
affairs of the farmers of Martin
and without exception the most
prosperous raise meat for home
consumption and for the mark
et. Think of the meat value
now and the man who can raise
it has a splendid prospect for
an increase of his bank account
We desire to bring this great
necessity to tho closer atten
tion of every farmer. Of course,
there are disadvantages—chol
era and many other disasters
may occur during the year.
Meet every discouragement
with a strong determination to
conquer next time. Cholera is
so often caused by improper
and poor food largely tend to
hinder healthy conditions.
iQYitli hams at 16 cts, pork
121, and lard i'lh, tho pros-*
Ipccts for tbe wise and fortun
ate farmer arc above par. If
(he farmer can keep afloat him-
I ijolf, he becomes a helper in
tho general good of his county.
America's Famous hcau.ies.
Look with huriot on Skin Erup
tions, Blotches, Sores, J*htij>lcs.
IThey don't liavi them, noHvill any
I who u-t s BiKkTcn's Arnica
I Sahe. It glorifies the face. Ec
jcvijia oi S.ili Rhcuin vuuisk liefore
lit. It cures gore lips, chapped
j h.inls, chilblains Infallible for j
j Files, -sje at-drttg stmt*.
The Wilson correspondent of the ,
R deigh Post has this to say of his
I trip to Williams'.ot) :
"From Plymouth we went to*!
WiUi.inistoii, aud found that it had |
I put on a brand-new suit of push,
I p«" >£ress and improvement, and was I
' getting to Ik- an up-to date town of I
I business, hustle and activity. I.ots
of tobacco are being sold there, and I
wherever that is done we see the
golden inipnut of brilliant prosper
, ity. Brick buildings are going up,
and everything sj>eaks of thiiftand |
progress. We hail the pleasure of j
meeting Alfred K. WhitniOte, the j
able aud hrillia t editor of the
newsy ENTKKI-KISK. whom we
found to be ainoug the cleverest of
clever fellows, aud we are safe iu
saying that his polished and fecund
pea is one of the potent and pow
erful factors in Williamston's rapid
strides to brilliant piosperity. We
also met that rising and promising
young lawyer, G. W. Newell, and
from the few introductory remarks
we heard him make we here pro
nounce him a speaker of ornate and
persuasive eloquence, and full of
convincing and thrilling power.
And we met Mr. Sutton, the very
popular Methodist pallor, whom
we fouud to be a most charming
and lovable Christian minister,
and to whose courtesy we are un-
Jder many obligations, but he could!
not be otherwise than polished
and lefiued. for he has a most
lovable wife, in whose ministry all
the dross is burned off and remov
ed, and only the pure gold of ex-'
cellence is left."
f i We desire to give somebody a
J Steel Range and at the same time
I increase our subscription list. THK
I ENTKKPRISR should go iuto
homes of every man iu the county,
and we arc striving unto that end.
| To any old or new subscriber who
! p*>.s one dollar there wijU Lt: given
js ticket. The larger uumber of
j tickets yon get the more chances
1 j you We at the R&iige. Every
• household should have a Range—
I take this chance to get one. See
j sd.. with out of Send iu
J your money and secure tickets.
L tl' ft
s ANY CHURCH or parsonage or
. institution supported by voluntary
contribution wiH be given a liberal
t j quantity of the Lpngman & Mar
8' tinez Paints whenever they paint.
j NOTE: —This has been our cus-
Mtom for twenty-seven years; any
s • building not satisfactorily painted
| will be repainted at our cxpeii.se;
" j about one gallon of Liusctd Oil to
I be added to every gallon of the!
j paint to make ready for use; it's
j mixed in two minutes, aud cost of
-'the paint theieby made less in price
> j than any other. Yearly product
over one million gallons
- Eongman & Martinez, Sole Agents
I S. R. BIGGS. i-$t
Alfred Eugene, infant son of Al
■ fred E. and Katherine Whitmore,
I died on JWsday, the 14th of Octo
(| ber, 1902, after au illness of several
This little flower burst into bloom
' on May 20th, aud had by the fra
-1 grance of sweetest babyhood made
■ more glorious tbe atmosphere of
1 the home-life and fastened, deep,
t its tendrils into the hearts wli»e
treasure it was.
But He, who called little chil
! dren unto Him and blessed them,
' bad need of it in tbe adornment of
1 the Garden above, and in infinite
1 love and mercy, released it from
. earthly pains to dwell with Him for
Rev. T. H. Sutton, assisted by
' Rev. B. K. Mason, conducted the
' funeral services st the residence,
using the beautiful and impressive
ritual of tbe M- E. Church, South.
The casket was tenderly borne
tq Oafcdale Cemetery and interred
at the conclusion of the services.
Pall-bearers were: C. D. Car
1 starphen, Dr. Jno. D. Biggs, W. C.
1 Manning and S. S Brown.
His Ute In Peril.
>1 "I just' seemed to have gone all
■to pieces," writes Alfred Bee, of
I Welfare, Tex., "biliousness and
J lame l>aek bad made life a burden,
j I couldn't eat or sleep and felt al
nui t-| too worn out to work
. when * I began to use Klectric Bit
ters, but they worked bonders.
Now I skip like a top can eat
anything, and have gained in
strength and enjoy hard work."
They give \ igorous health and new
life to weak, sillily, rundown peo
ple. Try than Only sf>c at drug
Mrs. W. H. S. Burgwyn, State
'Secretary of the North Carolina
Branch of the King's Daughters
and Sons, is sending petitions for
signatures to secure an appropria
tion to establish Reformatory for
i white boys in
tion will l>e presented fo^the"next
; Legislature. Private contiibutions
i are requested. and the circles with*
•j in the State will help build and sus
[ tain the institution.
This movement should have the
| hearty co operation of every white
citi/en in Notth Carolina. It is a
I sad but true fact that large num
! bers of young criminals are among
In the city of Brooklyn, New
| York, 83 per cent of the juveniles
|are redeemed, and only 10 per cent
|of the adults This shows the im
' portanoe of early training. We
should .save the boys from hardness
It is the duty of the State to help
in this great cause,—v'tis the cause
of humanity. We recall the words
of a thoughtful writer: "Yes these
are they whom yon are pleased to
call criminal, but who are the cul
IIKLBARNKD A oRHAT TRUTH.
It is itid of John Wesley that he one*
Mid to Mis. Wesley: "Why do yon tell
tha child the same thing over anl over
again?" "John Wealey,because once tell
ing u not enough." It is for this same rea
son thai you are told again and again that
Chamber lain's Cough Remedy cures
colds and grip; that it counteracts say
tendency of these diaeases to result iu
pneumonia, sad that it Is pleasant and
sate to take. Fur sale by N.S. Peel a Co.
Mr. George Vanderbilt's farm
manager writes to the State Fair
I management that he will have the
best agricultural exhibit ever seen
iu North Caiolina.
C.AINKD FORTY POUNDS IN THIR
For severe I months oar younger broth
er had been troubled with indigestion.
He trie' etttil remedies hut got uo ben
efit ln«. * .hem. Wc purchased some of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
j lets and he comtueaeed. taking them. In
side of thirty d.rja he had gained forty
! pounds iu flesh. He is note fully recov
ered. We have a good trade on the Tab- 1
(lets. —Hulley iiru*., Merchants, I.ong
j Bruitii, Mo. For sale by N. S. Peel & .
1 C °"
1 , I
1 ryji 1
. j,- . • . ' V
Ciwetiualiun U nothing mare
I V 4} tn*n a aaou-"y of the bowels OKI
Kir irndnothing Ire-than vital dag
i a ration or death if not relieved. «]
r» II ffwy constipated suffrrrr «
n could realise that he is allowing I
f) poisonous filth to remain in hia
FJ ayitem, he would aoon get relief.
I Con-;ipotion invite* all kind of
. ■ eontagiua. Ileadaehea. bllioua
. I nets, eolde and maor other sil
a rarats disappear when conati-
I B paled honreb are relieved. Thed-
I lord * Black-I'raugbt thoroughly
| clean* oat the Ixnrde in an easy
i 1 and natural manner without the
f purging of caJotnd or other rio-
I lent cathartic*.
' I Be aure that you get the ceigi
: A na] Tbedfords BLadc-Ilra'tjrht. j9
V tuade by The Chattanooga Medi- ■
W cine Co. Bold hy all drngfrirts In V
I ® rent and 11.00 pack^e*.
I ...■rTj'-irfaah'BU. I
■ASS PU. *
[By Correspondence. ]
Wr. W. K. Gladstone, of Ham
ilton, was here Monday.
H. L. Salisbury went to Coakley
list Friday on business.
B. L. Howard, of this place,
went to Conoho last Monday.
Miss Carrie Lawrence, of near
Coakley, was here last Monday.
W. R. Howard, of this pla&,
went to Tarboro last Friday on
Jc--.se Speight, the cotton buyer
front Greenville, was here Monday
Several people left here last Fri
day eveifing en-route to the asso
ciation to be held at Red Italics.
Mr. I) H Scott, travelitffe sales
man for Owen & Minor Co.,
I Richmond. Va.. v.;.s here Monday.
Rev. Thomas Lawrence and 'wife
! passed here Tuesday on their way
home in Hamilton, fiom the asso
Mrs. Molly Gotham, of Speed,
ivlio has bet ii visiting her sister,
j Mrs. R. H. Salisbury, returned
j hoi!!'. List Friday.
1 V,'. A. i !-iuiug, agent for 4he
| t'tii. -it Central. Life Insurance Com
pany, left here a few days ago
I on a business tiip.
Owinf to the heavv-rain which
fell last Saturday morning and
night, the farmers are delayed in
hoti.sing their crop.
Miss Carrie Howard, of Conoho,
came down Saturday evening to
s]iend Sunday with her brother,
W. R. Howard, and returned Mon
A picnic was given by the stu
dents of the public school of this
district on the last day. A very
nice crowd was present and every
cue seemed to enjoy it.
Messrs. R. H. Salisbury, K. R.
Kdinotison and the writer, visited
Williamston last Thursday. We
notice there are several new stores
being built, and new dwellings al
so. We abo visited tobacco
market and found prices good. We
are proud to see the town improv
ing so rapidly.
Yea, August Flower (till has the Jarg
eat wW of any medicine ia the civilised
world. Your mothers and grandmothers
■ever thought of aaiag anything elaa far
indigestion or biliousness. Doctor* ware
ecarce, and they aeldon heard of Appea
dicitia, am una iwatirtha or heart fail
ure. etc. They uaed August Flower to
clean out the >ystem snd stop fenneata
tiou of indigested food, regulate the ac
tion of the liver, stimulate the nervous
and organic action of the system, and
that is all they took when feeling dull
and bed with headache and other achea.
You only need a few doesca of Greco's
August Flower, in liquid form, to make
you *ati» 6cl there is nothing miout the
trutler with >ou. You can get Dr. O. G.
Green's reliable ren.edics at S. K. Bi>t.
Get Green's S[ecial Almanac.
The marriage of B B. Nicholson
of Washington. N. C., ended in.a
tragedy. W. S. Anderson, of
Mississippi, was a suitor for the
hat.3 of Mbe. Bryant to whom Nich
| olsoa t\ as maided. Just before the
I uiomage Anderson was font id cold
in ienth iu Lis tcom at a hotel in
j Lit*k-tou, a victim of unrequited!
kvr * " 31
A PRIZE ONTEST ! iCjfc 1
TOR GIRLS I
UNDER FOURTEEN YEARS OLD.
A RUCK'S JUNIOR RANGE HI W.N AWA Y
ON DECEMBER 24th, TO THE GIRL WHO If / r
CUTS OUT AND BRINGS TO OUR STORE
The Largest Number of our JHB
'Ads' Containing Buck's I
%m Begin With This Issue And Save Every Advertisement. at
See the Prize in our window. I
The Simpson Hdw. Co. I
' . GO TO
S. C. RAY
; For Fine
Picture* Ealarred la Water Mini
Cnjrta *a4 PaateL
Se« Teat Near N. S. Peel's InUtict on
Sooth-Wert Main Street,
WILLIAMSTON, N. C.
$5.30 to kkhJßoad and Retara
The ATLANTIC COAST LINB
ANNUAL HORSR SHOW.
Tichett will be placed on aale October
■3t U. I}. 16, 17 and 18th, good to retnrn
until October aoth, 1902.
W. J. CRAIG,
General Passenger Agent.
Hancock'* Liquid Sulphur will cure
Prickly Heat in one application. Try
Hancock'* Liquid Sulphur bath*. For
ule at C. I). Carstarpheu & Co.
Andeiaon Hassell & Co., Keith a
For cut*, burns, open lore*, *ore
feet, dandruff, falling off of the bair,
or any skiu disease, use Hancock'* Li
quid Sulphur. Sold by C. I). Cariitar
phen. Anderson Hassell * Co;. Keith
The eclipse of the Moon is one
of the most sublime sight* Nature
gives to dwellers on this mundane
sphere. To those could] keep
awake last night to view the Moon
in shadow, it presented a grand
sight. The heavens were resplen
dent with constellations, which
glowed with unusual brightness
while darkness hid the face of the
Moon. Totality occurred at one
o'clock and the clearness of the at
mosphere rendered it peculiarly
beautiful and awe-inspiring. *
If you are suffering from Rctema,
Pimple*, Herpes, Ringworm, dandruff,
or any blood or skin disease, Hancock's
Liquid - Sulphur is a sure cure. Sold by
C. I). Carstarphen & Co,
Anderson Ilassell & Co., Keith a God
- Hancock's Liquid Sulphur cure* skin
troubles of every nature. No home
should be without it. Ask your men-bant*
for a book oa Liquid Sulphur. Sold by
C. D. Carstarphen ft Co.
Anderson Haascll * Co., Keith a
Having qualified as adaniniatrator of
W. C. Powell, deceased, late «f Martin
County, N.C.,thta is to notify allpenoaa
having claims against tha aetata of Mid
deceased, to exhibit them to tha uadar
signed on or befoee the 17th day of Oc
tober, 190), or this notice wtll be plead
la bar of their recovery. All persons in
debted to said estate will pIMW make
This 9th day of Oct. ifM.
J, B. RA WLS,
Important Land Said
By virtue of a Drcirt of the Crwrt of
Manin Couctv In a Spnjtl fnctollu|UnKl*
pending, tutlikd Kit Tnyfei *t ate. ttx parte, 1
akall oiler at puMkr aale the following described
property. to wit:
The tract of land cobbml) kaoara aad dn%-
aated aa the
Mc. O. riobley •• Home Plan,"
lytng o« both afctea of the public rvad Icadltijr
itoir. Williams ton to Ctbm Xmmli, aotl coulaiu
ing by estimation
j. §4 ACRES MORR OR LFSft.
F>or accurate dracriptloat as to tumadaHn, refer
ence may be bad to [feoSa of keo.>i din Public
R«K****7 o( Martin County. 'A
Ploce of tmle: Court Kou«r dooa VbiliUmHoa
Time of bale:
Monday, November 3-1902.
Tirana of Sale : Oiw Latt cash, keiauce la
tuelvc tuuotU aril* a14.r0 n4 iff salty aid %*-
temt«o d fern. J iwvKntlnn* a|ffc a I uite.
•nth October i-i*u. Jt w. STUUA
IS INVITED TO COME I
and see our floe Hue of
Williamston - Bargain - House,
CU«. COBURN PROPRIETOR. * M
STATE*ENT OF I
BANK OF MARTIN COUNTY* I
AT WILLIAXSTON, N. C M
At the close of business on the joth-day of April, 190* : ■
BBSOUBCBB: ~ UABIUTIKS:
r . Loons B Dtsconals f so,jpi.Ss tl ,, w - ■
I | O*«T Drafts. T^ s7 C " >,U ' »!**■• ■
fU. I. Bonds, )n.o> Surshia i.lsiut
iMdiiud Mortgage* 1.000 o» Undivided Pnda 4*7-ST 1
Furniture & Fixtnrea, f««> CertiScntes of nepcaK, 4,*3»
. , Bur Krotn Bank. and Dan km IJ,O«I ,ti rll „ fc
| National Bank Notea 1M»" ■»*!«« U» Cheek
TOTAI, TOT At. |47,taaj» B
e | I, JO. Codaixl, Cashier, ol Bank tf Martin Couutjr da solemnly swear (or afirm) that Ikl I
f above tttatemrnl I* tnse to the brat of my knowledge and belief,
r | J G CODABD, Gashler. V
I Mat* of North Carolina County of Mai tin.
I • Sworn to and snbaciibed before me, this nth day of May, A. D , T9OS «
I C. H. COUWIN, Notary mblle with leal, V
New Goods at Lowest Prices.
1 We have jn»t opened tip the largeit and best liue of : -+—■—
Dry Goods, Notions, Table Linen, Boots and Shoes '
we have ever purchased and the entire stock must be sold et once. 1
We intend to please all who purchase from us, so come riglif along and examine .
,' Dress Goods; Worsted, regular price Jocts, our-price locts Percales,regular price
( J loots our price sets New I>res* Goods front s' r i eta to $1 25 per yard, 10 per cent !
I under regular price A full line.of gents' Furnishing GOO.U A fine line c 4
ladies Shoes (Job Lot frcgular p r i te og ailing them at $1 15 Best Coffee,
• Green and Roasted loett ' 1
: KEITH & GODWIN ,
!| PERSONAL PROPERTY
At executor* to the will of the late Den
nis Simmons, wc >h;ill offer at sale for
i Cash in the town of Willumstoa on
[ Monday, Nov. 3- J 902.
t (t) Tliat tract of land nitnuted in
Jarnesville Township known a» the Bag
i ley fend, which contain* four hun
dred acre* more or feaa.
' (a) An undivided one-fourth interest
in farm, stock, farming implements, corn
and fodder, knows a* the liar}
Cherry place, which is (aid to contain
six hundred acres more or lean.
f (j) One-half undivided interest in
> the tract of fend lying on Devil's Gut and
1 the Roanoke River, known aa the Biat-
I Mam and Grandy twain pa.
(4) An undivided one-half iatereat ia
j Two Farms, Stock, Males and
Horses, Farming Implements,
Hogs, Corn, Fodder end Cot
ton Seed . .
hnown aa the Jaaaa » WtUfexaa feed fat
• Goose Nest Township, which ia mum
• occupied by Joseph Barley.
(5) The office and lot now occupied
by the Dennis Simmons Lumber Co.
(6) One town lot ia the town of Par-
I (7) Own HUNDRED AND SKVWCTY
SHAMS of the capital stock of the Den
nis Simmons Lumber Company.
(8) SixrV FIVB SHAKES of the capt
( Ul stock of the Roanoke and Tfcr£ivcr
■ Steamboat Company.
(9) An unexpired lean on the cy
press timber on the Deverux and Quit
"! ney fend, which ad joins the Conoho
c Creek, Roanoke River and others.
, »-6t JOHN D. RIGGS 1 E*ecetors of
DiiNNIS S. lUGCS [ Kstate of
J Dennis Sin:-
raoos. 1 «
J Boy McQutffeVKe. 16' tor La-Grippe
er Miiiww It is gusnantoed to core
j or your money will be refaadad.
. . i
By virtue of authority of a " Dead of
Trust" executed to me by Henderson ►
Rlair on the i ith day of September, 1900
and duly recorded ia the Register's office
in Martin County, ia Rook C. C. C., page
446, to secure the payment of a certain
l>oud bra'ring even date there* tb,and the /*J
stipulations in said Deed of Trust not
having been complied with, I shall ex
pose st public auction, for caah, on
HONDAY, NOVEMBER 3. • IPOS,
» ■ I
at Williaimstan. N. C., ia Martin Coataty,
the following property:
The tract of fend conveyed to the add
Henderson Blair hy daad dated nth
April, 1900, by Joha D. Riggtaad Denaia ,
Shnatoat, which ia said to cowUia w > 11" I
ONB BCNDaao AKD Twurrv ux Acaas '
and adjoins the lands of Joshua L. BtraU ...7
Julia Gargaana, ths Conoho Craak, and
«hers. , »
This September Mad, 190 a.
I-St DENNIS & BIOGS. TaesnaL
By order of the Superior Comt of Mar- ' *
tin County entered ia the special pro
ceeding there pending ttyled J. P. Joha- . j ■
ton, Francis D. Winston aad George T.
Winston, Trustees, and others, Ba Parte,
to the Cunrt, 1 will ten for Caah (a re-tale'
having been decreed) before the store ef
Slade, Jones At Hamilton, 1
N.C at 12 tvu, on
Saturday, November Ist, J902
that ceitahi tract of Swamp Land ia liar
tin County; N, C., known as -
Joseph J. Williams "Lcnf Ridge
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