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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 13 March 1901

TUE ADVERTISER. Subscription Prlco?12 Months, $1.50 Payable in Advance. H. >V. BALL, Editor. Rates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertl80raentS| per squnro, ODO inser tion, $1.00-, each subsequent insertion, 50 eents. Liberal reduct!~T. made for largo Advertisements. W. W. Bai l, Proprietor. LAU REN Si S. ('., Mar. U, 1901. Tbc Anderson Grand Jury. The Anderson Grand .Jury reported to Judge Honet on ttie labor contract Sensation in that county. There seems to havo been a full investigation and some pai'.los, Wealthy people and their agents are recommended to be Indioied for false Imprisonment and HSsaults. The indictments will come on to be tried at tho .Juno term of the Sessions Court. The roport Is moderate, very, in terms, and tho work seems to havo boon bravely done. Tho action of tho Grand Jury proves a heallhly public sentiment in Anderson county und damns the effort of " Yellow Jouri al ism" which would make, iho conduct ot a few bad parties represooatlvo of a great communit...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 13 March 1901

i< iv, iv .. '?? i < i?th ud.v ill ;.t his homo In L ureni?, and i'- \* f nr i:>: will Iff,' to UlV'OI'gO a M|t'gic;|l i p ritiou.???Potion I'a'h Chron'cle. Death ol Ml*, .lohn Liudloy. Th's hitjhiv respected mid good cltl* /,i?n died,on iho Olli instrnt in the sev entieth yv.ir ol Ii a age Ti mourn their Io - he loaves t ight children many relativen ml f icudx. Ilia rv? main* vvoso laid io res1 hithecocro iii , at It him Creek. Ho was a true hi 1 c >n si-ti tit member of ilo Baptist church a' Sur.dy j?r i n . Ureciivlllo i o it.t ?., lor muliv. yi at.-. ?I. II. A. j S|H>cinl Notice. Kev. T. C, O'Doll, ol Iho Epworth I i irphanage, t olumbia. s. c . will spend | iie.xl Sunday, in li inrens. preaching at | lie Til-" Melle di?t clmroh, morn in;] I, ml evening, I h s will, ol cou-fo lie* i-ositato my post-potting thu sormo' miii nine, <l lor i hat i'a> They will, Ii. v., bo preached on the following Mllid'iy. I'ublio invited t ? hear Ib'Oth i r (> l?el'. W ry r,...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 13 March 1901

Subscript W TUB \\v rf Year in Advance. Advertiser ^j&H'S NO GOOD IN NliGRO Bill Arp Count cuts Upon Book Written by a Carpet-Bag Nfcfc-'O. The race problem ban bobbed tip again altiie North. The Hon. William ifannibal Thomas out-Hcrods tlcrod in | iiis denunciation of the neuro aud The New York Sun seems to indorse liim. Thomas is ti negro freeborn iu Ohio, but came down to South Carolina and served in the carpetbag Legislature during the reconstruction period und afterwards held judicial olliee, and says in the preface to his book that lie has been studying- the negro for thirty yi s and is more and more confirmed ill bis opinion that there i> no '.rood in him?neither socially, morally, in dustrially or politically. His remark able hook has recently issued from the J well-known press of the Macmillau Co., in New York, aud The New York Sun devotes a good part of a page in reviewing it. The author says the race is slowly, but surely degenerating?that the ne gro is by nature a...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 20 March 1901

GEN. BENJAMIN HARRISON. Interesting Sketch of His IVife and Character by a Southerner. K. H. Richardson in Atlanta Journal. It may be snid of iioujamin Harri hoii that he gave as much to his fainih lame as bo derived from it, if nol more. The campaign joko that he wore "hie grandfather's hat" when he llrst ran for President was evidence either of ignorauco or malice on the part of those who made it. The grand father was a good old Virginia gentle man, who became an accident"' ''res idem, and by tho mercy of (Jod wa? transferred to another sphere of ac tion a month after his inauguration. Itenjamiii Harrison was us much abler innn than his grandfather as the great Napoleon was abler than his nephew, who mesmerized Europe with bis name. Benjamin Harrison ccrtaiuly was one of tho ablest men of the Republican party for fifteen ycats before bis death, and that period lapped over into tho careers of Conkliug, BialUO and Sher man. Ho was as great a lawyer as Conkliug, as good a debater as ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 20 March 1901

THE ADVERTlSElt. rflEbitrrlption Prlce-12 Months, $1.50 1'ayablc in Advance. 1). W. HALL, Editor. Batoi for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertiBoments, nor square, 0110 insor ?lon,$1.00; each subsequent Insertion, BO cents. Liberal reduction made for lair.o Advertisements. W. w. Ball, l'rourletor. LAU KENS, S. Cm Mar. 20. 1001. The Has (.'beweis. Now conies the report that Senator McLaurin Inn asked to be str iken from the rolls of the Democratic caucus lf this he true, then Mr. MoLaurln oreases to regard himself a Democrat. He has generally voted with the Re publicans on cruolul party tests. To give the devil his due though the quotation Is not strictly applicublo to as lightly mischievous a politician as th? milk torn peratu red MoLaurln,?his course lias not been inconsistent with his whole cnieerof fantubtio cortor tions. When Mr. McLaurin was a candidate for the Senate in tin: IVU7 primary, his political affiliations and tendencies wer?, pointed out and -trussed by news papers strenu...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 20 March 1901

itor: a primary eleotioi Id next year for the selectloi od Stat?a Senator to nucceec on. John L.MoLaurin. The raot will bo open to all who desire to onto; it. In looking around wo see no oih who would make a more suitable Sena tor than tbo Hon. C. C. Featbers'.o' e of Laurens. He is younjr, able, pa triotie, a true Democrat and in every respect in toucb with the needs of the people of this State to whom bo Is DC stranger. Pro Bono Pujimco. Broad and Bread .Making. Prof. Wiley, of the Agricultural Do partmenl at Washington, in an article on "bread and bread Making," says ".he nutritive value of wheat Hour de pends largely upon the character of the milling." i he mos; scientifically milled Hour is "Clifton.'' So insist on your grocer sending it to yon. T. N, Barks dale or M. II. Fowlor ha9 It. H & ii Corsets?all the now styles at Mrs. Adams'. ( amp Darlington. A niee.ing of Cam)) CarlingUn i& hereby called to meet In the Court House, Salesday next a'- II A. M. The object is to...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 20 March 1901

HERO COI'YUIOIIT. 1001, HY THOMAS P. VOUTKOUT BY THOMAS W?k P. MONTFORT %v r ciiAi* . i. tttk AriT.Ai: A Mi K |U \ HTtj 1N TT!. TbOillitle villi;. ? ? r I ? I: 'tr'.s -'fill hnd never boon ? i?uit?? of ex citement In -ill l s . ;?i Women, bun In ? d i nd with rolled up sleeves, im (I > Id und fro neross the lown 'n ?irVpl nr lean ed fi'oni i!.' ? i?n ?vi i| v h und coiled pxeltedlv \. :> U i Mb. M 'kllUI n hun dred (jueilli ;i ? f?St " ' pretended to uns?ei T! ?? ? Iii ?'? e i huddled about tbeb m ? ? ? ' anging t<> tbolr skirts. yUyU f;\ ? ?? Ueuind |holr oyes wide U'Mi > ? ? ! ?' ',! ren.r. The men. nwoMr ? ;.? i: '?? <? ' ?! mi the street cor ner in lW.ii po tO?lce and tulk ed logos bei In low. Iiusbed tone?. The otiuso >?!' all tlnx excitement was the b< nv.v i? omiti.v of ennnon away ?>rr to the south and ;lie barely distinguish able rnttleof musketry which told only lOO plainly licit it buttle was belUg fOtlgllI and llilll men were being killed ami m...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 27 March 1901

VOL. XVI. NO. 31 . JUDGE WILLIAM H. WALLACE Soldler, Jurist and Statesman?A Loss to the State -Sketch of His Life. (.?reenvillo Mountaineer. The UGW8 will he received with sad ness throughout the Stale that .Judge William II. Wallace has passed away, lie had been *iek for two weeks with grippe at his homo in Union and was thought to be improving, but a sudden relapse look place, on Thursday, '21st inst., which speedily terminated in his dentil. .Judge Wallace was one of the best beloved men in South '.'atolina. He had troops of friends in every part of the Slate, ami it is not saying too much that lie never lost a friend by bis own conduct. Upright, honorable, genial und companionable, from bis youth he was endearing his fellow-men to him and received their cordial affec tion. When the war clouds lowered over this section in l^iil and men were called upon to select leaders for the con flict, it was not surprising that Wm. II. Wallace was .soon chosen to command others, for lie bad b...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 27 March 1901

THE ADVERTISER. Subscription l'rlco-12 Mouths, $1.50 Payable iu Advance. B. W. BALL, Editor. Bates for Advertising.--Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, one inser tion, $1.00; each subsequent Insertion, 50 cents. Liberal reduction uih'l'. for largo Advertisements. w. \v. ball, Proprietor. LAUKENS. S.C., Mar. 27, l?Ol. Death of Ex-Judge W. II. Wallace. intelligence of tlie death of this dis tinguished citizen, which occurred at his home, Union, on the 21st lost., will bo roud with regret by all Boulh Caro linians, Judge Wallace was horn in Laurena county, (we believe on the Durban,) March h:!", Iiis ances tors having long been prominent in the then District. His father re sided on the Bnoree, where inombors of the family, Wallaces, Burnsideo, Thompsons, L'attons and others still reside, and subsequently removed to Union and roprosonted the Plncknoy District for two years in Congress. Judge Wallace was reared in Union and re sided there during his life. In Hie war he rose to the ran...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 27 March 1901

J. K. Westmoreland, who has boon principal ol tho BObool at Glifton, No. 2, bus boon elected cashier of tho Wood TU 11 hank ao<l will take up Iiis du tlos in May . lie is now in training at tho Central .National Bank. Mr. West moreland Ifl a son ol the late Or. .J. A. Westmoreland and is a young man of promise ami line capacity. He grad uated at th? Citadel last year. Spar tanbtirg Journal. liov. ami Mrs. S. <' Todd, missionary workers, svore in the city yesterday on their way from Atlant ?, Ga.i to Ma rion, N. C?Sparenburg FTerald, 23rd i nst. Camp Darlington. A meeting of Camp Gerling ton is hereby called to meet in the Court House. Salesday next at It A. M. The object is to prepare for the ro-unlons at Columbia and Memphis early in May. By order T H. CHKW8, Cominacdant. 1>. W. Lao ford, Adjutant. Camp c. It, Holmes, Qump Holmes will meet at Waterloo, April (Hb, at 2 I'. M. It, N. CtJNNINRillA.M, Commaudor. 1'. B. Wllcutt, Adjutant. Seventy-six styles of bowls and pitch e...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 27 March 1901

|fi AN HUMBLE m te OlL/K%J BY THOMAS M -?- P. MONTFORT J^V>:V"'; COPYRIGHT, MOl, BY Thom as p. MONTFORT 1$mV? CHAPTER III. 8EKKINU INFORMATION. James MchiQ was la no very pleas ant humor to bcglu with. Since early morning ho had been lu the saddle, and for 12 long hours ho had followed the tortUOUS course of a dimly marked rood wblcb wound un certainly up and down and In and out among tho rugged hills that border tho Missouri river. His assertion that tho horse he rode possessed a gait llko that of a cow was Hot an exaggeration, and neither was that other assertion, that ho was hun grier than a bear, lie had eaten noth ing since early morning, and his break fast, secured at a log cabin back In the bills, had not been anything like us BUmptUOUS as he could have desired. And now, on top of these discomforts, Jnmes Molvm had BUddouly awakened to a realization of the fact that ho was lost ?lost, with night and darkness coming on and nothing to guide him back to his course. Sluce leav...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 3 April 1901

VOL. XVI. LP URENS S. C, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 1904. THIS CAPTURE OF AGUINALDO. Funston'o Daring Exploit?The In suruent Chief Is Taken In His Mountain Retreat. The capture of Aguinaldo, insurgent chief of the Filipinos, was effected on the 23rU of March. He was taken in his hiding place among the mountain fastuesscs in the province of Isabella. (Jen. Frederick Funston, of Kansas, is the captor of Aguinaldo, who was betrayed by an otlicer of ins staff and was inveigled by treachery into the snare set for him. The capture has been fully confirmed, and the war department lias becu in formed by (Jen. McArthur that lie holds the leader of the insurgents as a prisoner in Iiis own residence at Ma nilla. The details of the capture have not been received at the department. President McKinley very naturally is much gratified that the chief niovor in Hie insurrection has been taken. It has been the opinion <.,'. the military authorities for a long time that Aguin aldo was doing more than nil ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 3 April 1901

THE ADVERTISER. Subscription Prlce?12 Mouths. $1*50 Payable in Advance. Ii. W. BALL, Editor. Hates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per squarei onn inser tion, $i.ou; each subsequent insertion, 60 cents. Liberal reduction made for lurgo Advertisements. W. W. Ball, Proprietor. LAUKKNS. S. C, April 8, 1001. Greenwood. Business called us last week to our neighboring little city. We went down on the night, of tho* storm, and the lightnings played and the storm King raged, hut we had travelled so little lately that wo Imagined that abroad these were normal condit ions we were to moot. Greenwood is a handsome ' town and there is much to admire.? They have a j< wol ot a hotel and are very justly vain of it, and Brinson, the landlord, eives you a hearty greeting; everything is as neat as a pin and you arc happy and want to stay ovor. They have built a now Court lIou?o and tho grounds are spa cious and umbrageous; the great square is In orderly trim, the streets well do lined, a...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 3 April 1901

"Cidams' Opening on Saturday i weather ? 1 ' Monday und I *Xn liiere v ? ' ' ? nU>h l,,?M'' tlrirv liruot iful >>i course and litc*! departure. 1110 Silks and "wdrrtS !UV!l,n ' ,ov'?V1,--s iVelsoii Min Vrmstrongaud Miss jj^i, ?arksdalo are assisting Mrs. riief llugbca foiiLd ISonnlo Maddox, iirtirjoij, and a small colored boy ?jj$nartanbiirg on Ibo s-ivots Sat ( ": f ,';ll',,',-'d tho boy SS'with biui and managed to get [oca th? Sunday's tram. 'I ho boy uMfergot a chance toskoduddlo and tide a Kddl rush fee the Augusta road. forleyQsrlioglon, colorod, lost his weiDtbUeb> by an accidental Uro, 'jj-w, ay evening, the 2Gth ult. He C|ib($iof lus furniture and house E| Stuff. Tho house was insured for tatfaild Its value $500.00. Me is an jr'duitrit'Us roan and the loss falls hard afcn bin'. foe Wednesday Aft* rnoon Club have ?elected Mrs. J. 0. C. Fleming and Ki$.U.K. Alken to represent them it tbe Stato Federation of Women's (Ms,which meets at Croonville next ?ODtbi Mr*. Foa...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 3 April 1901

CIIAPTEIt V. von: UNC'I.K JONATHAN TIMINKU. Molvlu was in.in- fortunate than bo had dared bopo, for In.? hud none but n ' Bborl distance when In* came Into u . rood und after following Unit a little way ran mi 10 a house. It is true it was not imi?'?? i?l II In use. being morel*, a small l<>- eabln, aiid its BurrouudiugH wen" meager und uuln vitlng, promising little lu Ilm way ol comforts; but, for all that, it v, >nl?i af ford shell el' ami food. Hi: I thai was a great deal under Uro circuinsiii ices. Hi- ruilo up to ih*' tumble di wn rail fi-iu i- (hat stood between the yard aud ihe roml ami was prepnrlug lo end to let his presence I n known win i a man came around a corner of the house, lie was a little, wiry, weather beaten old chap, almost bidden tinder a mam moth broad brimmed straw hat. lie was not ex pectin : a strange visitor, it ml the appearance of Molvlu was a great surprise to htm. He stopped short. Ids mouth and eyes Hew wide open, and he stooii staring in per...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 10 April 1901

NO. 34. CARNEGIE IvS DOING GOOD. Bill Arp Endorte? the Gieat Steel Kiny and Makes Suggestions "Scale it, Mr. Fricks, Bcale tbe8< profus down 5 per cent for lite uoxi liscul year, The books show thai w< are getting too rich, l'ul down tin price of Meel rails and put up the price of labor. We arc hut trustees for our] fellowmen and a million a year is enough for u?." j It" Mr. Carnegie hud said that ten years ago, tu; wouldn't be so perploxed now abi ut giving away his money. He Bays it is a sin for a man to die rich, and us life is uncertain and death Is sine, he seems to he in a hutry about getting rid ol liitt millions. The live millions he lias settled upon his aged and indigent laborers is a belief ction that everybody commends. Tin twenty-live millions that he bat. given to the cities for public libraries is not especially commended by anybody ex cept those who receive it. It is aboul OU u par with Rockefeller's twenty five millions tc the great universities Neither gift r...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 10 April 1901

THE ADVERTISER. Subscription Prhc-12 Months, $1,50 Payable In Advance. 11. W. HALL, Editor. Itntes tor Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, onu inser tion, $1.00; each subsequent insertion, DO cents. Llbc-u reduction made lor larpc Adverti- iments W. \Y. BALTj, l'rooi ictnr. LAUREN'S, S. C, April 10, 1001. Richmond. Mosby, the Confederate scout leader and politician bas this to say among vory sensible things touching tho South: "Richmond IS the city most likely to becomo in time tho banking centre and commercial headquarters of this country, and therefore of the world Tho days of that famous old city as a political Capitol are past, but its ca reer as the central point of manufac ture for tho whole South, and from there for ttie world at large, is just be ginning." Natural advantages bear out this prophecy, and the old Southern capitol will not have fulfilled her manifest dostlny unless it shall be verified. *#? Head and Live Issues. Now and then anil not infrequently,...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 10 April 1901

Havo you seen Mrs. Adams' Dross Goods and Trimming-? If not, call. They are beauties. North laukens.?The Advocate is growing In favor with Its numerous rcaderp. Everything is moving on smoothly on the North 1.aureus Cir cuit. We arc getting in shape to build a nice concrete church at Shiloh, and wo hope soon to bo ready to build u brick church at Gray Court. Our peo ple suffered groatly last year on ac count of protracted drought through the summer*. ? Rov. J. K. McCain, iu Southern Christian Adv ocato. Slate Pensions. The Sta'o Board were wrestling last Week with tho rolls from tho sevoral counties aggregating some (i,000. It happens that two negroes, who wero Servants, aro on the rolls. Of course they should not be there. Iu the ease of faithful servants, however, who tugged it out during the four years and were faithful, in many cases their lives exposed to the enemies lire, tho local camps and woll-to-do survivors should look aft?3r them. Old Bill Rose, of Columbia, who wes a se...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 10 April 1901

|f?N"l?MBLE-'] ?| HERO BY THOMAS I - P. MONTFORT ;:.;V,.,1 COPVRIOUT, luoi. 15Y THOMAS P, MONTFORT CIIAPTER VII. a talk in THE i WILIOHT. After supper Mclvlll Mid ??I?1 man | Turner sat out i" Uio vard and talked that Is. Turner asked questions, and Melvln answered them. Mclvlll was 1 in a better Inn. >r since lie was slightly ] rested and his 1)01)gel' had beeil ap I peased. and to the hundred questions Turner asked he returned ready and good natnred answers, although he did not always return true ones. Finally Melvln found an opportunity io lead I lie conversation, and then he told nbout the old man hack in the Woods and of his queer experience with lilm. tor the first time that evening Turner burst into a roar of hearty laughter. "Lord a-massy," he cried, "don't you know who that old boss was'.'" "Certainlynot." Melvln replied. "How should I know w hen I am a total stran ger here'.'" "To tie shore. 1 forgot 'bout that. Still. It seems like ever'body most ort to know old in Jen...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 17 April 1901

VOL. XVI. NO. 35. BILJ, AUF TALKS OF APRII, The Grandchildren Had Lots of Fun Out of the Old Man. This month did not begin rigid. April moans i<? open, but ft did not Open. It Wits .in April fool. Nothing shows in my garden (oil the peas and onions. The (lowers mako no progress. There is no sweot south wind to breathe upon them -no sunsliiue. On Monday the graudchlldreu in posed upon me with their Hindoo pranks. They gave me u cup of chocolate with Whipped cream Oil lop, and it was nothing bill soapsuds. 1 pretended to lie fooled, but 1 wasenI; 1 paid them back in various ways. The Hindoos Started tins childish custom away back in the ages, and it still pleases the children. And now Kastor day is at band that is another name that came down from the Pagans. Ostcra was their goddess of spring and it was cor rupted into LCstora. How these old heal hen names do slick to us. The names of the days of the week and of the mouths came from them. So did the planets and the constellations. ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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