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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 October 1902

T Monroe City Democrat. "VOL. 15 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1902. ( THE MISSOURI DRACONIAN PERIOD. A Dark Spot in the History of the State. The Test Oath-Without Taking it Could not Vote, Hold Office, Preach the Gospel, Teach School, Practice Law, or Serve as Juror. More Than One-Third of the Voters Disfranchised by it. Soldiers at the Polls, Ballots Burned. Many Unconstitutional Acts. There has been a time in Missouri when there was not fair elections, but that time has past in'o history that time was while the State was iD the bands of our Republican friends. More than one-third of the voter were disfranchised, and when Democrats wer elected in spite of the wholesale disfrnchisement they were not permittedllto take the office to which they had been elected false counts and burning the ballots was re sorted to. The Test Oath not only required allegiance and loyalty to the Union from that time on, which would have been a just and wise provision, but was retrospecti...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 October 1902

Not Quite A Gentleman. Lieut. Ridgley. coming eager ly along t lie dark parade, look ed up to catch the gleam of a white dress through tbe vines that screened the colonels veranda. "But lie really isn't quite a gentleman. Uncle Jim," a girl's voice said the words reached him distinctly. ' None of the other men have anything to do with him. In a game of cards last year they say " 'Pooh, my dear," the colo nel's voice interrupted, that's ooly a story. He's a very good officer. And tie has the money to take care of a wile with while a young fellow with only bis pay, you know can't " "I don't know at all!" the girl broke in with a half laugh. "For oh. Uncle Jim I've promised to marry Barry Kent!" Young Ridgley had passed by. Hi- walked quietly on. with contracted eyebrows, out to the end of the palisade; and Hinging his cigarette over, stood -look-iug down at the dusky river. But I wonder," he muttered, "if it was Kent who told her that old story?" Wawa that the warning bad consulting t...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 October 1902

1902 r It WWW MMIMIM i Fall and Winter Season. 51903 3 i Werner the tailor has on hand the nicest line of piece goods, foreign and domestic ever shown in this city. He Will Make You a Suit That Will Give Satisfaction in Every Way, JSC JSC Bring in your old clothes and have them cleaned and pressed. We will make them look almost as good as new I am agent for one of the. best special order houses in Chicago If you must have a suit of that kind come in and leave your orders I will guarantee satisfaction. Werner The Tailor. The lusher critics out to drop Moses and take a fly out of Annanias G D tor to suite its purpose it calls a Lamb a Lyon It calls Amendment No. 7, "the doomsday amendment." We can't guess why unless it will have a tendency to lower taxes and to lower taxes is a crime in the G D's eyes. "Missouri is fully able to pay off all of its obligations" G. D. For once that paper has told the truth. It cannot say that of 50c Illinois, !)0e--it was 26c under Gov. Boies Iowa or 55...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 October 1902

DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.. ' l y JOUUC LKMor & Valuaht. JtJtXJk OAVOH u .. ! Go te the polls next Tuesday and vole, if you ar, a Democrat ITEMS FROM FARMERS If you are a Republican you1 will need no such advice from J (M Farmers. For Farmers And Pertaining! us. To Farmers- I here is no sensible in in who r , , . , . B ... O. k. Yowell lias purchased believes that the Republican .,., f f i , r . ' , i the 820 acre farm of John Lem party intends to reduce the tar- n i i . t 1a :.. rp, , ,. , . . , I u- Dan would not be satisfied in. Alien i .1 i ii is omy io caicn votes. full ticket not run a Node Green reports the sale of the Jai Redd house on East Summer St. to Dr ME Mc Masters. Con,ideration $950. The real estate tirm of Dav enport and Lear report recent sales as follows: John V Lem ons to D K Yowell 340 acres 7 miles southeast of Palmyra; Mrs Susan F Gentry to James S Elzea 100 acres in Ralls coun ty. The heirs of E Railsback in heaven if he could farm up there. It is essential...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 October 1902

I i ABOUT THE CHURCHS. iJJJ m Everybody welcome the services. NEW GOODS J J f We have just returned from mar ket and are ready to show you The Latest Novelties in Dress Rugs & all Goods, Goods for Waistings, ndf Silks, Trimmings. Ginghams, ef!L Percales, - Prints, - Jewelry Mens"' X Chatelains, Waist Bags &, all Womens'd Kinds of Notions. l2!ggj Interesting News Concerning The Differ ent Denominations. I i i i i St. Ji:de. The Harvest Home Festival last Sunday morning was an Rev. H P. Davis, of St. Louis success scent the latter mrt of last I .INO. .1. ROCiFBS. I It will be red. County Court next week. at Williamson's. Fancy churn VV. T. Ragland was attending ; friends court in New London the first of the week. Louie Neukomm is the proud ! papa ol a boy. Mrs II. II. Hardy has been with New London and Hannibal Vowell Willis. of the prettiest weddings season was that of vos- week In the city with the home folks. Mr. and Mrs. H. Gary. Rev. L. P. Parker, of Shelbi na. tilled app...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 October 1902

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. HOUSE, Editor. R. P. HIXSON, City Editor. TERMS $1,00 PER YEAK Cntcrad at the pott office at Monroe !l ly. " second-class matter. Mo. Dr. Hornback, Oculist and Aurist, Hannibal. Mo. Acme Pood for sale at Hay den's Livery Barn. Every buck et guaranteed. TELEPHONE NO. THURSDAY. OCT. 80, 1902 14 DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Supre me Judges, Gavon d. Burgess. LeRoy m. Valliant. Jamks D. Fox. Railroad and Warehouse Com jmissioners, Jno. A. Knott. Joskph P. Rick. Superintendent of Public Schools, VVM. T ' 'AUKINGTON. Congress ---2nd District, W. W. RUCKER. Representative, J. H. Whitecotton. ProMCUtinij Attorney, J. I'. llOYD. SherilT, J. M. Bl.'KTON. Treasurer, W.M. METEKR. Circuit Clerk. J. H. Hill. County Clerk, J. N. Maoruoer. Probute Judge. R. L. Woodson. Coroner, Dixon. Presiding Judge County Court. J. G. Adams. Judge Western District. McGee. Judge Eastern District, H. J. Clapper. MONKYS. MONROE'S STATE BCHOOJ Received daring fix years Republican rule $ Average annua rec...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 October 1902

j Buildina; Paper of ali Kinds y n AT R-.iiiS' LUMBER YARD- f) ' rrugated ..pet paper that Wll, ast tor years and ! co-is n lutle. 1 do not intend lor anything to rot or rusi in in 1 1 nber yard. 1 only -ay this that you Mi may know i h will not be undersold. Respect fully. 5 8 HjXj. Have a 77-VR. RECORD. built upon tho rttrong founda tion of aualitv. ThS stock Wf P offer for fall 1901 and spring 1902 surpasses In n -r.!- Ity tha product n A V roHTST IFT box and pu-j;. uoo, of all previous year8. T3 rAl I mlMU I , gu.uanteo IsiUo K TREES rival, guarantee entira satisfaction. Stauk Fruit Book free upon request. a i Ait Diih WII.K nnilvnn .Rlflrfi t injK i ' ' ' i "i.i we pay tAan salesmen Outfit Bent free II 1....1U. Aim. IT U H T V llf, ,11.1. Daasvllle, N. V.,ete iThe Best Corn, Si Have You Got It? jj For the biggest and best 6 ears of white jjj X corn brought to this office we will send jj tne uemulkai one year, win aiso sena jj the DEMOCRAT for the six biggest and best K ears of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 October 1902

Cooperville. Our school reopened Monday moroloff after being closed for three weeks on account of the illness of our teacher. Miss Dell Format, of Shel byville, and Miss Bell Turner, of Emden, were the guests of Mrs H. I. Lear Thursday. George Col vert, of Nad i tie. visited at the home of Mrs. Lou Colverta portion of last week. Mrs. Henry Banderi accoin pained by iter daughter, Mrs. Sam Woo. I and children, ol ne.tr Warren spent Monday at the home ol George Howe. Miss Lucy Oarrlco, of indian Cre It is assisting her sistei in school weeh until Miss Cora fully recovers her health. Mrs. Geo Huckman, of Indian Creeit and Mrs. Earnest Buck man, of Brookffeld visited Mrs W. J. McLeod last week. Dr. G. L Turner and charm ing daughter, Miss Grace, of .Monroe . it v v.sited at me Dome of C. R. Evans Friday after noon. Men'.-, undershirts and draw ers. 25 cents, at Williamson's. Indian Creek. Misses Agnes McMahon, Eva Hamilton Ed McMahon and George Hamilton, of Shelbina, were the guests of M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 November 1902

Monroe JUf . x t i ,: Democrat VOL. 15 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6. 1902. NO 32 1 f ABOUT THE CHURCHES Interesting News Concerning The Differ ent Denominations. Rev. Fr. .1. Lyon, f Indian Creek. was in the city with friends. Monday Republican party gives tlic mine operator 87 cents per ton protection and Hie operator gives miner (iO cents per ton, but in spite of that knowledge and a strike extending over months and "Costing over mil Hons of dollars, on Tuesday of this week they like sheen to Rev. Dr. N. Q, Wilson, of La- the Shambles hound went to the Grange, filled appointments at i polls and voted the Republican j the Grace Baptist church, Sun ticket. It is more than doubt- i ITEMS FROM FARMERS Of Farmers, For Farmers And Pertaining To Farmers- day. Rev. William Callaway is en gaged in a protracted meeting at New Salem church in Lincoln County. First Baptist. The Woman's Missionary So ciety will have an all days work meeting in the Ladies Parlor at the church, to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 November 1902

LOVE AND LUCANIDAE. A Young Man's Preferences. Concerning Roland Macdon. aid, Prof. Westall had much to say of a distinctly favorable nature. "I bave noticed very manv young men," he remarked. "I am of an Observing disposition and Jong and careful study of mankind has enabled me to form a tolerably accurate opinion of the character (,f those with whom I am brought in contact. I am aware that I am not what is railed. i man of the worid that is, a man of affairs. I have not taken an active part in the common nd sordid occupations of men, but my very aloofness has qualified me to judge dis passionately and impartially where others would be more or less blinded by prejudic, born of haste and lack of concen tration." "I should have thought you would be a better judge of bugs than of folks,'' observed Mrs. Westall. looking up from the doily she was embroidering. Prot. Westail was an ardent entomologist, the author ol sev era I valuable works on the dip u i .1 and the ludanidae and of .1 i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 November 1902

:olM ana nr season. K Werner the tailor has on hand the nicest line of piece goods, foreign and domestic ever shown in this city. He Will Make You a Suit That Will Give Satisfaction in Every Way, 2 X Bring in your old clothes and have them cleaned and pressed. We will make them look almost as good as new I am agent for one of me. best special order houses in Chicago If you must have a suit of that kind come in and leave your orders I will guarantee satisfaction. Werner The Tailor- Huntington. Too late for last week. J. K Baxter 1ms bought IL'00 bushels of wheat from the farm ers of this vicinity and shipped it to die Eagle Mill. John Duple is building a pretty cottage on his farm south of town. C. W. Brack ley is doing the work. Our road and bridges are in a most deplorable condition. Not a bit of work has been done on the roads in this school district and itis now tco late to worn them to advantage. What is the cause of this delay? Who is responsible? Mark Hoblit and Col. Pahy acco...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 November 1902

ft! : BOULWARE'S SHOE STORE Look at Your Shoes! I acliefli9 Shoes. Our line ol ladtesslioes e offer a I $3.00 ' .mil s:;, are without comparison. They io4en i ! the elements ol style and ac Iractivpt'ess, Every new style is repre sented i;; patent iid. VMCi kid. enamel, box calfi velur. with heavy extension soles or liiht hand turned sides. I That pair of summer I shoes that you are wear ing are rather thin f r winter, Step in our store and let us show you the new styles. If you have 82.00, $2.50, $3.00, or S3. 50 to spend for a pair of shoes, come right here. We have the best at any price thai you mav want to paw .......... xf J ' ace ?:ec . cjlf boo!,. J ft- kip boots, hand sewed ifri, J bo. bo tecs, rubber J W- 5ts, I rll bot la In 5 I ct any kind that you J i lay wan I J SOME PRICES THAT WILL INTER ST YOU. L. ulies' kid lace shoes, extension soles pat tip $1 SO Ladies kangaroo lace shoes 1.25 Ladies' fleece lined shoes 1 & 1.25 Misses' kid shoes, heavy soles $1.25 & 1.50...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 November 1902

1 J i". i i i M 4 Perfect Hat. i ba bought :it ROGERS at ft pries ,it you v ill not or I. v say is not ex orbttant hut thftt ur' nniiear Incred ibly low to yoM 'v i you examine the quality, hate style and lee how becoming it We ondenvor to unit all "hnpe by carrying ft va riety itiflt 'I ;nt'y large to please everybody) notnnt' r what you want v-5r-::. i 1 JNO. J. ROGERS. I I 4is i HHHR Horse Rile Saturda v at stock yards. We sell shoes that wear. Boulware's Shoe Store. E. S. Bonhvare spent the first of the week ;it Perry. Meet your friends at the hors sale at the slock yards. Satur day. Rockefellers bank is behind the $500,000,000 beef merger. A combine ol the great stock yards will follow soon. Don't forget the big horse sale at the I We want your shoe trade. Monroe City Sto:k yards, Saturday- Boulware's shoe Store. Snag Proof Kelt Boots 2 00. -Boulware's Slice Store. Only three Thanksirivlntr. weeks uitil James Christian was a busi ness visitor in Shelbina, Wed nesday. P. W. McAl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 November 1902

4 THE DEMOCRAT W, 4. ROUSE) Editor It. P. BtXSON, City Editor. i i:ums $I.OO PER YF.AK Teachers. get your report, Doomed Without Reciprocity, earns at this office. ; General Leonard Wood, form- H M. Cancer, of Hannibal. ! er Military Governor of Cuba, was in the city on business was questioned today on the ftUnlefit nf varinnt; m i Hie. patches published here alleging ft.u I t the post offb eat Monroe CHy, as aecond- las matter. Mo. Dr. Hornback, Oculist and Aurist. Hannibal. Mo. T Hi PHONE NO. H THURSDAY. NOV. 6, 1902 cash price & Don lev's. i,n Hour at Get Sharp Pleased patrons always come out ot Sireans barber shop.. Henry V. Wood was a busi ness visitor in OllliCothe Mon day. Miss Mable McMasten spent Thursday with Bbelbina friends. Bclieeu, of Palmyra, the city Friday With H. C. was in friends. N. H. McCall. of Moberly, wt - in the city the first of the v with old friends. j. M Proctor was a business visitor at Paltoti-Mnir",, first oi the w eeU. Mo., the Mrs S. M. Brown ha...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 November 1902

8 Building Paper of ali Kinds s AT RS' LUMBER YARD rrugated . t I paper that will ast tor years and imix a liule. I do not intend for any tiling to rot or rust itt in' n nber yard. I only say this that you may kv tit I I will "ot be undersold. Respectfully, Ii l "T" "T I . I I . It CTAR K TREES Rave a 77-TR. RECORD. built upon the p'rorg founda tion of duality. 'J he stock wo offer for fall 1901 andbrine 1902 surpas s in qt'il- ItV the product niv rcrirfT box and pack t;o, of all previous veara. TTt5 WIA 1 HXLIVJi. I .guarantoo bale ar rival, guarantee entiro satisfaction. Stmik Fruit linoK free upon renuest. DAV rACU each WfcfcKandwnntmore CTIipi . .,, ' fl. We PAY tA5n Balesmen. Outfit sent IW SWSSttm. The Best Corn. Have You Got It? B I? For the biggest and best 6 ears of white ?f corn brought to this office we will send jj M the DEMOCRAT one year. Will also send x the DEMOCRAT for the six biggest and best g ears of yellow corn. JS g Premiums Will ti Awariet Saterflay if eier 29 ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 November 1902

Indian Creek. Mrs T r. I.i Rtipp and tliree children, u Hannibal, are visit ing relatieea here. Perl Abel was down from Klrksvllle Saturday and Sun day. Wm. Green and wife, of Pal- nyra. were visiting relatives on tlie creek last week. Miss Marj Hays, Who is visit ing the M iiv rinrn attended mass here Saturday. Mrs. JT. L. Gm-iH ret timed Monday alter a weeks visit at her mother's Mi-. Hom McAI Us.lt i in Quincy, Mrs Bene F'ltspatrlch is Visiting relatives at Palmyra. 1 1 1 i week. V. 0. Spalding is the proud posessor of a Coyote winch Mart uarrico sent iiiinirom UKtaoo ma. Monday. Mrs. John Pike entertained a number f friends Monday in honor id her sister-in-law Mrs. Teresa Rupp, of Hannibal. J. T. Spalding is laid up with the i" ht umatism. l-'iii.-- l-miitli i; on the sick Hatch. Mrs. Henry Bom beck died of dropsy at her home Friday. The l.niy was a member of the Catholic church and was highly respected by ell who knew her. The remains were interred at the Brush Greek Cemetery "...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 November 1902

Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 15 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13. 1902. NO 38 MOSES IN THE DARK. And Monroeitcs In The Bright Light, Where There is No Sparking At The Gate. The Monroeiten like the Ca naanites, have passed to the promised land, out of darkness into the light. From the village stage of sparking at the gate to that of sparking behind the parlor door. The old plant owned by pri vate parties was destroyed by file. The city then bonded it self for $15,000 to put up a first-class one, one that will compare favorably with that of any city. The furnace room, engine and dynamo room, tire engine room and city prison are all under one roof and it is what is termed "a slow combustion building" because all the floors are of granitoid and the walls are plastered with cement, tt is a solid and modern building in every sense of the word. Eigh teen inch brick walls and solid foundation. It was put up by W. L. Bond contractor. The apparatus is modern, complete and of the typ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 November 1902

Homesick. T was born In Old Missouri and I'm pining to net back From these prairie winds that howl and snarl and moan around my shad;: From this empty, endless wideness. stretching far as you can see. And my heart is almost breaking for a sight of just one tree. 1 was raised in Old Missouri and I vish that I was baclc Where the shifting, seining river cuis its twisting, trailing track; Flowing through the rustling corn tields, loafing under shady boughs; Where there're pools to hide the dsbes and there's shade to cool t he cows, Ye, my Lome's in Old Missouri and I'm heart sick to i't hack; Tn re creeks an I woods have got a tongue these lone some prairies lack. " ").' there's nothing here but silence an I the nev jr ending c ry Of the winds that m i . and mourn until you wish that you could die. Yes. you have n heart for living, and the only thing you Crave s to die and have it over, if they'll only dig your grave Back there In Old Missouri where the river twists and turns. Where th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 November 1902

11902 I Fall aid Winter Season. 1903 Werner the tailor has on hand the nicest line of piece goods, foreign and domestic ever shown in this city. He Will Make You a Suit That Will Give Satisfaction in Every Way, Bring in your old clothes and have (hem cleaned and pressed. We will make them look almost as good as new I am agent for one of the. best special order houses in Chicago If you must have a suit of that kind come in and leave your orders 1 will guarantee satisfaction. Werner The Tailor. Boone Comity Now Claim lite Bann:r. Centra I la 1 Nov. 7 Boone (Jo. contests Monroe's claim of be lt)g t lie banner Democratic Ooun to of Missouri. The Democr.it k vote cast in Boone County was o, 501, while the Republi cans polled 990, giving a Dem ocratic majority of 2.511, and beating Monroe nine votes. C'arrington's majority was 2 515) while Shackelford received 2, BSC majority. Compared with the vote of 1900, the Democrats of Boone lost L'7 per cent and the Repub licana 40; Callaway Democr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 November 1902

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Kditor. R. P. HIXSON, City Editor. TERMS $1.00 UIIK YLAR .ntcred ut Hie p.wt otTii n at MOBKM City, Mo. s sceoD'l-i-lnsii matter. rBLEPHONE ISO. THURSDAY, X ii 1!) 12 Tlu (' ciety wi School Tin man y Cot Conpcn III opervtl '' Ill-'C'. ut 'nday ni ct wi ! i I) lOVf or Debating So the Cooper :nt Nov. 1 1. R solved to for money. to attend . lit I to ha ve Every one is invite anil we would be .. soiik- help in debateing. Mrs. Mary How . Monroe, Is visiting herson, II. 1 Lear Mrs. Ben Mollet visited Mrs John Obert near New Market lasi week. V. J, McLeoil a. ill latn'ly moved to Monroe City last week ami Mr. Nitcliman and wife, ol Iowa, m ived rn t lie Dan Yowell place. So there i unite a changing ar nind ofo ir cit lis i -. Mr. and Mrs. Mill r and Mrn.. Loche, of Quir.cy. and M. John Obert and h in. Waiter, of New Market vUUu I at t lie home of Mrs Lou C dvert Mon l;t (i (orge McLeod, ol Monroe attended the dance at Mr. Bo no's Friday night Charley Lear visited ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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