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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 24 May 1894

r W1 lfflV J i r HI r A IB - V n i3 a j V v i Vl v l V ii li yw1 -- ivt i ga aiaaji Mrs Godsoy who has boon suffering with rhoumatism and whoso illness has heretofore been mentioned is improving Elder D G Combs was the guest of his F McGuire over Sunday and whilo horo assiatcd in Bro Tinders meeting There are four candidates for magis trate in the Hazel Green district and tho man who can now pick the winner is indeed a wiseacre 0 D Mooro representing Ben Will iamson Co dealers in hardware at Catlettaburg Ky was in town Saturday Ho reports business tolerably good Rev Mr Beddinger of Anchorage willbcgin a meeting at tho Presbyterian church hero on Friday ovening further notice of which will bo announced by tho ringing of tho bell Elder F M Tinder closed his meeting at this place on Sunday night last and loft Monday for a visit to Ezel until Tuesday when ho returned hero and bid good by to friends after which ho left for Torrent and thenco home Hon Jo M Kendall requests us to state tha...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 24 May 1894

w H I H t Hazel Green Herald SPKNCKR COOPUlt Publisher IIAZKLURJ2EN KENTUCKY THE COMPLEXION Hew Drat to Kt ep tlio Skin from lie Hut tKP of Time v j Tlioro ore certain people thougl lmlr number is grpvyirig lessj evcrj yenrwljo consider that lin attempt to preserve tho complexion or to prevent the ravago of wrinklea Is a worlcof the evil one and 11 wicked und useless wasto of time Tho folly of this belief has been re quontly exploited It seams strange that thp woman Vho should seek to kdep hcrgoWn in perfect rcpnlr should yet not seek to keep from her skin the ravages of time It is perfectly true that all sorts of dangerous lotions are in use but there are also harmless and yet valuable ones and to refuso to use thorn where they aro ofllcacinus is a foolish concession to a foolish theory It is impossible to And uny one lotion which agrees equally well with all complexions That which is one mans meat may bo another mans poison To some complexions glyecrino is soothing and healing to ...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 24 May 1894

i f is V V IJi Ellkl wBea STRANGER 1 Was a Stranger and Yo Took Me In Beautifully Elaborated The fcntifthlno nntl Shadows of a Great City ricturrd In tlio Ielplt lr Kov Dr X JDoWItt Talmace V D - The text selected by Dr Tnlmngo last Sundayiwas Matthew xxv 35 I was nstfangcr and yo took me in It is a moral disaster that jocosity has despoiled so many passages of Scripture and my text is ono that has suffered from irrovcrcnt and misapplied quotation It shows great poverty of wit and humor when people taUci the sword of Divino trutb for a game at fencing or chip off from the Kohinoor diamond qf inspiration a sparklo to decorate a fools cap My text is tho salutation in tho last judgmcut to be givcnjto tjiose who have shown hos pitality and kindness and Christian helpfulness to strangers By railroad and steamboat tho population of tho earth arc all tho time in motion and from one years end to another our citicsaro crowded with visitors Every morning on tho tracks of tho Hudson RiverJ tho...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 24 May 1894

t b f K v 1 m K V i fv n v j t i V i AMOUMTAIMMKK Awnkmilftrf NHMimly OmI t JHIn Sleep mU Hwi lrit Ont C n Our Window On tf K U train which left Loxlng Um about 2 oclock lust Thursday after noM a typical mountaineer 85 years of f named Henry Jennings boarded the train with the other passengers and tak irg his seat next to a window In tho front coach viewed the scenery as tho train passed out of the city Not long after getting out of Lexing ton the mountaineers head began to nod and a short time later ho wna sleeping sweetly every now and then attracting the attention of tho passenger Bitting next to him by an unusually resonant snore As tho trttin approached Winchester and was going nt tho rato of thirty miles an hour tho mountaineer invoke with n sharp snort nnd glancing wildly around for n moment bolted bend first through tho car window His actions were so sudden and unex pected that his fellow passenger bnrely hnd timo to catch at his clothes as ho was going through tho window bu...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 31 May 1894

Q 1 K to m Wincnesier WINCHESTER KY 1 1 tf j Hazel TENTH YEAU WVOi a w Ikf Send for our Price List SL tit WW IrWlfc Mi M H WITHERSPOON President R D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Bank solicits the accounts of mer chants farmers traders and business men Srahy throughout Eastern ken tueky snu oners iu uuw v e the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking octl8ly VICTOR B0GSGRT fHapfacturii Jeweler 17 E Short Street LEXINGTON KY Diamonds Watohea and Jewelry Reliable Goods Fair Dealing and Bottom Prices All Goods and Work Gaaranteed s 11 w n wt yr k iv tiilMritlTIrl - AVS J9V0 DDlfMTC ivM am mi m m Mini mri i wsw a i 111 0 2SP lo K l in JJW1CI WITH MONKY 165 167 Race Street CINCINNATI O JaTho leading houso for FANCY DRY GOODS FURNISHING GOODS and NOTIONS Alwarys have Big Drivos Special attention to Mail Orders Traders Deposit Bawk MT STERLING KY Capital 200000 Surplus 30000 J M BIGSTAFF President Q L KIRKPATRICK Vice President W W THOMSON ...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 31 May 1894

t m r - c - -- - ii- iti vv i T ft S 1 I- J r i a A t u3kmJb JfciA Hazel Green Herald SttENOER COOPfiR Publisher HAZEL GRISEN x r Jm 9t KENTUCKY USEDTIME AND HARVEST A fcmUr thought of uprlntf I In the iilr ltluot limn Juno tho flmllliiK houven Klow Tlin brtiith of hope and llfo la uvcrytvhcro And hnltnlly ihu joyous went winds blow An IniUnn sumtnor hnro onolrcles nil At If tho spring and mi tu inn mot nnd ltlinod And fair nt nlRht tho quivering moonbeams full Tii round a fioft trcmhllii veil of Hllver tnlit Tho earth IIch rapt In huppy ilrcainn or Rprlng In vision tioWn tho ycitr unfolding fair Sho ho8 tho swcot young Uoworx tho robins wing Tho Trhoat flclds ripening Id tho goldon nlr Not yot wo hoar tho horald bluoblrd call Nor bco tho bloodrootn waxen bosom pure Out though tho frosts may chill nnd snows may fall Wohnowthnt spring and hnrvost tlmo aro sure Oh doubting worker In tho Holds of Godl Lay to thy hoart tho lcfwon old and Hweot Toll Is not wasted on tho roughest clod Tho...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 31 May 1894

r r I ttilttfe 1 fi F i 9 i MPiQP9L itM i i n -- v TO PARENTS Dr Talmage Urges Them to Do Right to Their Children Be Hlth Tliriu or Tliom For Tlioin and Help Tlirm Childhood UToo Drlef to ICcRnrit It Lightly i TkCV Tlr Tnltnnr 1in t - 41 I niuai jur nil SUV T jeet of his sermon Sundtiv Homo Re v liglon talcing his text from Luke viil w J Kelurn to thine own house and show how great things God hntli done unto thee After a fierce and shipwrecking night Christ and His disciples nro climbing up the slaty shelving of the beach How pleasant it is to stand on solid ground after having been tossed so long on the billows While the dis ciples are congratulating each other on their marine escape out from a dark 1eep cavern On the Gadarcno hills there is something swiftly and ter ribly advancing Is It an apparition Is it a man Is it a wild boast Is it a maniac who has broken away from his keepers perhaps a few rags on his porson and fragments of stout shackles which he has wrenched oil in terrl...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 31 May 1894

M I W iil ill r t W I v WN IV IA tf tfib jt ci 4 tPlXOBR OOOPER Editor VfifllHvtfiL vk BsssviRfwf HAZEL GREEN KY Thursday May 31 1894 TEN PACES The rumor going the rounds that flvo or six candidates will contend for the Democratic nomination to congress from this district leads to tho conclusion that Messrs Lislo and Kendall havo nothing to fear from these interloper usually defined as small potatoes nnd precious fow in a hill as their political prestige is measured by their parsimony The Democrat who docs not place his an nouncement in his own party papors of tho district is a dead beat who deserves defeat I Somo one will say perhaps that we make this charge because we miss the fee and in u measure this is so Jhit is not tho laborer worthy his hire and does not this paper in common with all others in tho district do battle lor the Democratic cause from the time the can didates arc nominated until the close of tho polls If there bo Republican rot tenness or remissness who but the De...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 31 May 1894

ih i -- - SPENCER COOPER Editor tMJrCtVR llVAmdVfl tfwwKlSj HH 1wt jvwwk fo wiwwB LB H yi IrSECiwHwwV 4kflfY TMbHBi f Aft1 HAZEL GREEN KY Thursday May 31 1894 ANNOUNCEMENTS Fox Congress Wt urc authorized to announce JQSKlH M KKNDAMj of Floyd county Kcntickv as a candidate for Congress from the Tenth Coiigrixiotutl DiHtriet subject to the action of the Democratic party We arc authorized tounbVurice MARCUS C LltiLK of Clark Cnuiityhft u candidate for Congress from the Teilth Cnncreitioual Distriot subject totlie action of tho Demo cratic party j For Sheriff We arc authorized to announce SAM JIKNUY WILHON asVcaudhtat for scrill of Wolfe comity iutiUOt dUlithe P1 of Ihef people nUueuiominKonbePj 1S1M ThuStroiiK Mini Who Hum AWcVtcu Sun Iowk CltutleiiKt Snmlowss liberal oirer mnde public through the Herald to the utroug nienpf the world has brought forth from sunny Italy n young man possessed of marvelous strength Lie is Romulus of Palermp scarcely 11 vo feet seven deep cliestvd muscled ...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 31 May 1894

TOWWBlBPWWPPBWPWRWWBMMMBBBBMllLi JWVw fcM l 4 III f rr f t y WflinifiHwir H limit ing Hr Inn Mlmtlng PotHnrn Somewhere between Frankfort Ky Mini the First National IwMkofCkUwfu in m miming cqrtlficHto oftlfpftrit for 00vItwnkNHiU dftMNlly lylio k Exefcftffc tffttitaull brtwk of Now fofV to Wlllkw Sliwurt TodJ Mr Tod ffiwiod it jUoftfr to Mimhw Hofo Meyer wid tWy put It In tlio Buto National iMiik T Frankfort The State National V mulled It to tho First National pJUthis city to b plfweii to Its credit TWiUmiM ten days ago nnd neither Imnk fiai seen nor heard of tho vnluablo curtificato slnco Tho youug man who manage1 tlio cqr rcspondonco with tho oulMido banks for tho First National said that nobody was likely to lose anything by thn disappear anco of tho certificate except tlio inter est on tho money which amounts to coif flidcrablo with such n num floalingaroiind dlo Hut ho aaid it makes a lot of bother for the biinkn The Frankfort bank has to ank the New York bank for a duplicate o...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 31 May 1894

J I 14 tf IB f V Horn to tho wife of Alox IHggltm of color on Saturday Mny 12 n girl ftllth Cord Vlotchor McUulro loft Sunday for Hot SprlngH Ark to take tho baths at that famous resort Dont fall to read the advertisement of City Storo at Your Door if you want to savo monoy MIks Ada Cecil whoeo IUdchs has licon mentioned in thetio uoIuiiiiim Ih very much improved Deputy ShcriH Una Hanks was hero yesterday posting notices for tho days ho will receive tnxos Elder J T Pieratt villpreach at Vint Woods in Morgan county next Sunday morning and evening lohu II lieratt who has been serving on tho petit jury in tho federal court at Covington returned homo on Friday last Hev 1 M Little requests us to an nounce that lie will he unable to fill his appointment at Krciiehburg Sunday on account of the meeting at his place Tho many friends of Miss Hosio Trim bio whose illucs has been mentioned in these columns will be gratified to learn that she is now much better and bids fair to a speedy recovery...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 31 May 1894

jl - r S - N 1 LCI M f R- k v Hazel Green Herald SPENCER COOPER Publisher HAZEL GRI2EN KENTUCKY MODERN COURAGF a fits f the IHnntl Order mill Tlmy t ho j I1rti ll An- Horoc In the social clmnges thai hnvc iaktsn place since the dnya of hund to hand combats phyHlcnl courage though still appreciated on oecasloiiH when thore Is opportunity for Its rnnnl festutiou is less valued than moral tourutfe Munlcind is becoming less brutal more spiritual and in the course of tho chanpo sots hiphcr and higher values on those qualities that are spiritual But man Is very far yet frcm being a spiritual bolnp and there arc scores of itncn who have physical ourago to one who has moral courage There aro for example armies of men who would dlo In battle without a thought about tho purpose of their sacrifice If appeals should bo mado to their brute instincts but f ow indeed who would face the obloquj of tho world to support an unpopular principle they believed to bo true Not many men have tho courage to ...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 31 May 1894

f L t A v v Av K V 3Z3 KynT llall r -kJ AGRICULTURAL HINTS SIMPLE MILK CARRIER Contrivance for Carrying Milk rrom Ilira to Mllklroiifip Our illustration shows tin apparatus roronvoying inlllc from the barn to the mlTRhouse It resembles the well knojyn hay carriers In principle and a11 w vlmt labor savers hey are Thisfts a sketch from life made by the dairy editor on a recent visit to the aiilU produclng district of Illinois The carrier runs on a half inch wire cable This cable is 270 feet lonp and Is at tached to the barn at one end and to posts at the other as shown Heforc constructing this apparatus it was hard work to get the milk front the barn to the milkhouse now the men can milk the entire herd and one of them leads thescans of milk to the milk house as hevtould lead a pot colt The milk house not shown iu the cut Is close beside the taller post Uy the way it Is supplied with running1 water from a spring MO rods distant A hydraulic ram forces the water over a hill 50 feet bitf...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 31 May 1894

r v 1 1 ut i ir K ft s MOMMtTMXIF OAlTUKKD J foHfel t Ma In XenKHe Wltk A Nato f rlnHH KMrt ef OhIIhWa Wkiit is thought to bo an important Arrest wm madt by Detect vo J II Will ofCloverport on the 23d Inst A Gran ger riding a good young horso arrived there and instead of going to n livery stable he sought lodging for his horso at a negro house in the suburbs of the town He was a whito man and his actions excited the suspicions of the negro who informed Detective Wills of tho strangers presence Wills saw the man and tried to buy his horse The horso was for sale and the conflicting accounts tho stranger gave of his identity and how ho came by the animal soon convinced the detective that the horso was stolon Ho placed tho in nn under arrest Tho stranger after giving several names taid ho was John Henry Dorscy of Jefferson ville Ind Tho authorities at Jefferson villo wore communicated with and thoy stated that Dorsoy was known there While this investigation was going on a man camo into ...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 7 June 1894

4 x M Jf J n K la K f ant i 4 Clay M iee9fc 165 167 Race Street CINCINNATI O The leading houso for FANCY DRY GOODS FURNISHING GOODS and NOTIONS Alwarys hnvo Big Drives Special attention to Mail Orders i wno is Your Frieufl your ears while 1 1 Ml Ladies Cloaks IWJ Ladies Coarse Shoes Mens Heavy Kip FLOYD DAY President V ftmi vourbuslncfcHaoliciteU J P COX Cashier No Hank in Eastern Kentucky has better vaults nor bcttcrfacilities for keeping your account Managed entirely by home people who know you and who are always ready to nccoinmoduto you E Money to loan on reasonable rates Call on us Clark Counn I Hail OIW MAIN STREET WINCHESTER KY JOHN V MAN President D F CURTIS Cashier Capital 5200000 surplus 100000 Undivided Proilts 535000 Organized 1805 behlg the oldest bank in the countv Collections maue on hu poniis tty vour writing paper nt tnia oinco for only 16 cents It is tho twofiuifm W WU MV 4ib j When this question poes around the Business Circle the nnswer comes back Hie one wno can...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 7 June 1894

re 4 ftM e y - kW TA fcrf W hi I J If Ala v A HM yv V i K TO fWi Hazel Greert Herald gPKNCEfc COOPIiil lublMicr IIAZliL 11113 KX KENTUCKY A CRUEL ADVANTAGE Wliy thn Ktinnlitn Innnnntn Hate -4 Tlmlr JnwUh ftoliclibom Why do you hate tho low I onn day nsked my Russian friend IJecausc said he tho low brings nothing into the country he takes nil ho can out of it and whllo ho 1h hero he BUtkcft tlio peiist nt his slave and lives only for tho wile of squeezing mnnoy out of every thing This was a strong statement but he went on to amplify it by a variety of illustrations After tho Polish insurrection of 180 tho Russian government sot to work energetically to Russify that country and particularly Lithuania Tho prin cipal moans thoy employed aside from actively pcrbccuting tho hoterodox in religion and politics was to colpnlze largo numbers of peasants from tho intoriorof Russia upon farms which had boon confiscated Agricultural implements were furnished to these peasants and everything was ...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 7 June 1894

I i Hi tr - U f I -- wniMiii in i wi i r - FAIREST OF THE IfAUL dtsus Christ Was and Is Altogether Lovely Altogether Ills Appcnrnnco Is nn Artlstlo GuciR Ur ThIihiiro Draws Some llnuttlful Lchhuiis From the Saviours Attractiveness The subject of Dr rnlmogos sermon Buntlay was Fairest of the Fair tho text chosen being Solomons Song 6 10 He Is altogether lovely The human race has during contur ks been improving For a whilo it deflected and degenerated and from all I can read for ages the whole tendoncy was toward barbarism But under tho ever widening and deepening influence of Christianity the tendoncy is now in the upward direction Tho physical appearance of tho human raco is sevcnty llvo per conk moro attrac tive than in tho sixteonth seventeenth or eighteenth centuries From tho pictures on canvas and tho faces and forms in sculpture of those who wero considered tho grand looking men and the attractive women of two hundred jours ago 1 conclude tho superiority of the men and women of...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 7 June 1894

fe T3K3B SC3B3ftJUS Only r Bhort time eluce there aWM Ladies Ministers considerable talk alout a turnplko from ub a to rw A s hfivfl neeiectcu 10 uu an Inauu U A will tin SO U11U Next in tho MMHtiMewe want to nay that ho is selling a very ne line of furniture at low prices -William Loekhart Callio NIokoll and Ji Cewb ofKl are In town thin week sir Mil town MImmIIcm Our school election passed oil quietly It A Ohilders elected trustee Our neighbor district just over in Monefcc held an election Saturday last for whisky or no whisky No whisky carried Uood It A Day hasaold his farm near town for 1750 So you see Illurt tho postollice will come back to town at once We tins would not know how to appreciate the sweol unless wo occasionally had some bitter 1 E Lacy says he had ninety frying chickens missing in the last few weeks and with the assistance of some of iiis neighbors found the thief under a cliff with of the clucks one rabbit one ground squirtel and a black snake Hud says minks did...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 7 June 1894

I P v v V rpjr f - Jonas Vaniiant was tho guest of Henry P Pleratt last evening Joe Taulbco won tho declamatory contest at tho academy lost night Rev B W Trimble of Mt Sterling is up for a two weeks visit to friends and relatives Dudley Arnctt of Hendricks Magoffin county is the guest of Italelgh Thompson this week Frank Kash is at home from Clay City aud receiving treatment from his father for rheumatism Fred Atkinson of Salyersvillc was in town Monday en route home from the blue grass region Miases Cora and Lennie Combs and mother of Ezel are visiting Mrs F McQuire of this place Miss KHza Henry of Ezel is the guest oi Uncle Hurry Swungo and wife during com menccment week John Patrick merchant and trader of Johnson fork hns been quito sick with lever but is now much improved Paris Salver and sister Miss llosu and Miss Waunlu May of Liokburg arc among tho commencement visitors Miss Mattic Quicksall who has been visit ing relatives In Texas since some time Inst fall returned home las...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 7 June 1894

ji U V h u w Xi yr Itfl 1 v w v- - 1 How 4 window it -T 1 Hafcel Greea Herald SPlSNCER COOPER frafelUher HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY SHADOWS ON THE WALL WHHH Our kitten hath a winning way To our good graces t And summons sailles by graceful play on samioncd races JJui louden rlnffs the prompt applause K When lrc llt evenings fall And puss CBsavB with volvot paws V - lie abadowa oa tho walL The tresa that float beside your head V In semblance waving - And fltruros quaint by angora mado Her fancy craving V Prompi tho wild spring tho futllo graap And then tho backward fall 1 Whtlo still unbaffled puss would clasp Tho shadows on the wall Repeated balks but what desire For dear possession f More fiercely burns her oyo of flro f - At each rocesston Till weariness unnerves tho clutch v And yields to kind rocall Though still hor longing glances watoh The Bhadown on tho wall 1 At her mistake lot humans smllo J Hut uotdrsptao hor Jlioso whom Intangibles beguile Hay are thoy wlsor Who life long grasp...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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