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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 22 May 1901

THE ADVERTISER. Subscription Prlco?12 Mouths* $1.50 Payable in Advance. B. W. BALL, Editor. Bates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, nor square, one inser tion, * 1.00; each subsequent insertion, 00 cents. Liberal reduction made for largo Advertisements. w. w. Ball, Proprietor. LAUBENS, S. C, May 22, 1001. The Hules. "Men may change bul I go on for ever." The principle?, the creed ?>f the I lemocrati'o party can novor change. They must remain as llrnily est lb llshed us mountains that ho il conti nents together. The mneh'nery by which principles ore put into operation change and must with t imes and con dltlons. Tlio democratic machinery will be put in operation in 1002 to ROV ern the choice of its representative*. An executive committee will bo created by a democratic convention to con duct a campaign pursuant to rules laid down plainly, and none may be candi dates but such as swear by the faith of the parly. The party must declare its own creed. Such committee as con ve...

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. — 22 May 1901

Mrs. Emma Taylor und two pretty little children ol Liurons, uro visiting her i'ler. Mr*. Hob Arnold.?Honca Path (!hronio!o. Tho prospect for II dh in the fnluro is nut good. Dynamite bun'.ors have ruined tbo famous EdlstO and Its tribu taries, while carp are driving away or destroying all better fish in the Savan nah river und Its lakes. The carp wore put in the river several years ago by the govt iT.inent. Sonic of them WOlgfl 26 1 onnds now. but they are poor oat log, compared with bild bream and blue cats.?Burnwoll People. 11 Saved Ills beg. l\ A. Dan forth, of LaG range, (.a., sulforud fors!.x uu.nths with a frightful running sore on his leg, but writes that Bttcklon's Arn leu Salve wholly cured it in live days. For Ulcers, Wounds, Tiles, it's tho best salve in the world. Curo guaruntced, Only 25 cts. Th ? diroclera of the Crponwood Hardware Co, hold a mooting Tuesday afternoon. VV*. I. MoBrldo tendered hi- resignation es Manager, t. id the olllco was done away with. The only of...

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. — 22 May 1901

j AN HUMBLE I Sil HERO ""BY THOMAS^""!-:: S -P. MONTFORT m,1 K'V$$ COPYRIGHT, 1001, HY TIfOMAH 1*. MONTFORT f'ttyfflL I CIIAI*TF.n XIX. , l.ol ISA. Louisa Banks felt (lini her cup ol misery was full, bul llioro was more, much more, to he poured in yet. When Sim did not appear nl break fust m-xt mom lug, sin- went Up to hi rootll to see If llO was there. It was then she discovered tho little pile of money and the papers he had h it on the table. With a premonition of what was to COIIIO she pushed the money aside and eagerly took up the first pst per and unfolded it. It was the poor little note Sim had written to her. She read it through, then sanU into a ehttlr and, pillowing her head on the table, burst into tears. It would have bee" a hard heart that would not have beoll affected by the ) simple pathos of Sim's words, and Lou- ( Isa was not hard hearted. She uns; touched, deeply touched, by the manly, generous manner In whleh be absolved her from all blame and bravely took it all o...

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. — 29 May 1901

Till: DEMOCRACY OF THE DOLLAR. McLaurin's Defense of His Cause PROTECTION, EXPANSION, SUBSIDIES. Tho following is Uio main portion of the speech delivered til Greenville, s. C, on the 22ud <>f May, by Hon. John L. McLauriB, I'. 8. Senato*: FolloW'Citi/.ens: The political He fortuation of 1800 had for its main obj >ct Iho independence of thought and action on Iho purl of the people in ]>o itical affairs, li was this tivat made me a " Uel'ormer." A white primary, Where the while people of the State could nettle their differences among themselves, in part it has accomplish ed its object in spite of the efforts to dwarf it into a one-man movement. Its loader has not been content for it to be complete, and has attempted more than ouco to dictate who should and who should not be elected to office. All revolutions of this kind go farther than its originators design, uo power J can control them. Men who suppose that the " move mentof 1800 was u mere efferves cence to give ollice...

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. — 29 May 1901

THE ADVERTISER. Subscription l'l*tcc>*12 Months, $1*50 Pat able in Advance. ]{. W. BALL, Editor. Kates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad verti ements, por square, one inser tion ,*1,0O; each subsequent insertion, no cents. Liberal reduction made for largo Advertisements. \v. w. Ball, 1 'roorlotor. LAU HENS, S. ('., May 20, 1001. Prom Urccnvlllo. August Kohn Bonds to the Charleston New-, and Courier from Greonvlllo an ox'ract of MoLaurin's points: Second. "I bavo broke up," he said, "negro government and carpetbagism In South i larolinn." Third: I am a Democrat, in spite of all the slanders that havo boon oireu lated again&t me. Fourth. I recognize no hos-, in or out of the Stale, and I bill free fi\ m Tillman's coat la I. Fifth. Nobody but a fool would now make? a spot eh on free silver. Sixth. I am an oxpnmlonist. Seventh. I favor tbo principle of ship subsidy, but am not comm'ttod to any part icular bill. Kignth. A "steal" is not a "steal" when it is going the way of other folks...

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. — 29 May 1901

,Mis> .Motu Smith, a Prott) ami Popu Im* Ulrl <?t Waterloo, Wins I lie Advertiser's Chair. Tin Advkutiskh's chair after a spirited contoit goes to MUs Meta Smitb, oi Waterloo, We really think that tho spirited raeo has been enjoyed by the young readers of Tin: AUVEUTlSUIt and we Irive enjoyed their gratitication. It is particularly pleasant that so miny fair young holies of I.aureus have received mio.'. eoinpliiuo'itary votes and we trust all the doreated onoa will take the ro suit philosophically. A great Athenian ill feat d III a raeo where a hundred were elected, rejoiced that there were so many more popular than be in the city. Bolow is given tho vote for the twenty weeks of the contest. Miss Meta Smith.1,33? " Margie Sullivan,,..,1,321 " A Heine Miller,.<17:t " Kda Pay Teague .... 480 " Bott'.o iiramlott,.:i">7 " Rosa Fuller.171 " Ootavla Uollams, _133 " Dora (inker,.13(1 Kva Kaight, .233 " Blanch Kuller, .18(1 " H. J. Lanoy.17?; r> .-sic Brown.47 ?' I.aura Wrigh...

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. — 29 May 1901

ill HERO ! BY THOMAS '"It j - P. MONTFORT f$g(il K'fiW OOPYRiaHT, IW1, BY THOMAS I'. MONTFORT ?^v,V:T CHAPTER XXII. HIM RETURNS, i Pap Sampson, older by fo\ir years, a trifle grayor perhaps, but as active and ulert BS ever, sat oil a fence at the Bide of the road leading into Beckett's Mill from the south, lib' attitude was such as to denote that he was absorbed In earnest thought, which he was. He was recalling scenes and events of past days and was so lost to the present as to bo totally oblivious of everything about him. So unconscious of his sur roundings was be that be was not even aware of the approach of two men. dusty and travel stained, who wearily plodded their way along the hard, white road. Pap's thoughts were of sim Banks and of the events attending Sim's do "Why, howdy, Pap Sttmpsonf" parture from Beckett's Mill. Though four years had passed since that time. Sim had never returned, and the people of Possum Ridge were no wiser as to his whereabouts than they had been th...

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. — 5 June 1901

TILLMAN AND /WLAURIN. INPAItTIAL VIEW OP TIIK SITUATION. A VIVID DESCRIPTION OF THE EPISODE AT GAFFNEY. Mr. K. I). Hook, of llio Augusta Chronicle, baa given Ihe following dcacrip lion of the iiiemornble encounter between Senators Tiliiuan tuul Mu'Luurin, which le<l t<> their resignations and the rosul'.int condition ol political ailairs in this Slato. This nrllcle is wot thy of porusal as coming fron. impartial ob Borvor of the extraordinary scene in (iaffnoy : i had llio pleasure ?>t' being prcs< nl at the di bain in <Inffncy, S. (bo Uveen United Slates Senators 'rillman and .m. i .am in of South Carolina, nnd id" witnessing the sensational episode Which resulted in their joint residua lion. It was a performance without a precedent so far as I know, and one thai could hardly have occurred any whcrool.se hul in S.mill Carolina. Il means the bringing on ol i: hitler and BctlSutionnl campaign this summer, and one. that will he very trying on Senator Mcl.ntirin's phy...

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. — 5 June 1901

THE ADVERTISER. Sub iui 'ipiion L'rlcc** 1 tS Months, $1.50 Payable in Advance. IL \\. HALL, Editor. Kates lor tdvortlslng.?Ordinary Ad vertisement , pi r squut'Oi one inser tion . ; i '?'?: each subsequent insertion, BO co'its Liberal reduction made (or lar'?. Advertisements. W. w . Ham,, I Voorlotor. LAUHENSi S. f., ?Inn?1 ?"?, 11)01. Muddled. Last week wo Bald that, tho I 'lot thickens. Now it begins to bo mud dled. Tlllman has addrossed a letter to the |)c pie of South Carolina ex plaining his action at GalVney in sur reudi ring Iiis Sonutoriul commission. MoLaurin lias written a letter to Chair man Jones, ol tlio Domocratlo puny, .stilting Iii- roasons lor not wanting an August canvass, with othor suggos tions. Thon Tlllman follows with un intorviow in which ho bohls that there is hut one leisure Bcason lor tho people of tho State to fool with politics. And simultan? >usl,\ Chairman Jouos writes to MoLaurin assuring him of fair treat mont- saying us tho Confederate Irish luu...

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. — 5 June 1901

The SpurtAnbnrg lournal elvi ? tin names of llio following teachers froni this city and county among1 these wl n \vlll uttood the S'ato Summer School Which opens at Converse Gollcgo oh tho 20 ri, ir ..: II. I:. Ayoook, .\. < . Spencer, Mrs. M. I.. Sims, M Cope Imd, Mi .1. !<? min dy and M Us K. D. Halo, Clinton; James A. Sludden and ') llran leU an t Mis II. M. Cox, Simp ponvll'o; .'. Watkius, Miss * tlati c Roland, Ktntnio Meng, Ma inie 11 *<I? ? s, Ml Urn i i . Ida i 'nl i r. M. i ui'dyj \ . Webb. M. M. M i: irley and Mr-, G. I' Prof. J. il. Watkius, superintendent ol the Liiircns Graded School, spool l<Ylduy and Saturday hero. <>i Sattir day he visited his farm situate a few miles Kastel Greenwood. Greenwood Index. All county board ol conti'ol have re ceived a ciiviilar'letter from the s-ttie board, conveying information ol the passage Of a r lie to lite ell'eet thai county dispensers must not employ their own relatives or those of mem bers of the county board. ...

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. — 5 June 1901

(Ian humble' HI hero BY THOMAS #m::* - P. MONTFORT PjjMl .>.?*.'???'?; coPYwaiiT, looi, uy thom \s p. montfohi I CHAPTKK Will. HlM's AltllKHT. Sim Hanks secured i.in l'im.iI lllght'fl rost. as L'ap Sampson hud said, <>r it I least If Ii? didn't ii was not II?? fault of l?op nnd \fIniutly. Tim two old pcoplo did everything i" their power to add i?? ii"- com for! <>i* lliclr guests. 4,lt's been n lung lime," l'ap remark ed, "senoo Sim's luul itny c.fort, mi be may never bnvo tiny itg'ln >n this world, so we'll give blm all wo can while wo have ihe ehnnst." "Pore Sim!" Mrs. Sampson Bllld, With n Blgh. i ?Tor..- Shnl" Tap repented, Rlghlng loo, "I wish bo'd C"> away." Mrs. Samp- j aon f-alil. "wliar Ihey conk i't never find Ulm." "I wish sc., (...>." rap agreed, "but bo won't. liOi'd, ho won'l budge n Inch. I I've nrgyed an reasoned an begged, Lot It ain't lone no i>.I. lie's ?"t his pegs sot to slay, an slay be will." "Yes, an I'm n fen I'd, I'np, tliat they'...

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. — 12 June 1901

NU. 45. REGNANT COMM KRCIAMSM The Men of the Present Fnll Short of the Stature of the Olden Time. The literary address at the rone meueeiuent of Converse College wah made by Dr. S. M. Smith, of Co Uiitbia, ami was the gnat event of the il.iy, Dr. Smith bad not ieduced Inn remark* to willing, Mud did not have even an out me of the address on paper, but the following summary will give some idea of the line of thought pursued. The Bptuker lagan with some re mark tetiiini-eeiit of a visit ten years before, v\ hen he raino to deliver the addr s at the li -t commencement of the college. Congratulating both the town ami the college on the great ad vance made during the ten years' in terval, he introduced his address by a conversation had in a I rain going west a few day s In Ion , when a thoughtful man asked the speaker whether or not lie thought. Hie men of the piesent day in the various callings of life measured up to the Standard of the former gen eration. Starting with this question, t...

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. — 12 June 1901

THE ADVERTISER. Subscription Piice.-12 Months, $1,50 Payable in Advance. 11. W. BALL, Editor. Kates lor Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vcrtisoments, per square, ono inser tion, $1.00; each subsequent insertion, no conts. Liberal reduction made for largo Advertisements. w. w. Ball, Proprietor. LAUHKNS. S. C.i June 12, 1001. A Comparison. The other day an old gentleman ro marked that MoLaurin has more sense than Cillman and is better educated, ?lust after this assertion wo read Me Laurin'S lotter to Col Wilio Jones in whicl) he says, "I would also suggest that you permit ho and I to arrange the sehedu.e for our meetings." It is not probable, that Hen Tillinan would uso tho words "be and I" in any such way." No other United States Senator from South Carolina, we venture to Bay ever killed the King's English in such manner. It has also been said that tho intel ligent people of the State are for Mo Laurin. To show their degree of in telligence and tho standard of their education we will quote ...

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. — 12 June 1901

( lias. W. Buruslde Dead. ChtUJ W. Burns'de died last night ai 11:15 o'olook at the homo of his fa ther, A l!on W. Hums tie, in ColTee St Mr. Durnslde has boon in had hoalth for sonic tltno, having been forced to ghe up his position as oxpi*088 agent in Columbia a short time ago becauso Of Iiis physical condition. :!.? came to Qrconvillo about five woeks ago. Ho was 27 years old and a young man of ttplondid character and ability. He was at one time a studvnt of Furmun University, whore he made a line record, lie w as very popular in Columbia us express agent and hud many frloil wherever he wont.? Greenville News, 7th Inst. Chns. W. Burnsldc was born and raised in this county, bis parents liv ing in thi. eily until about ten years ago. In this county he has many relatives who will regret to learn of bis early doath and sympathize with hivalllicted parents. A Young Laurens 01 radii a to. Mr. Thomas If. Daniel, a Wollord graduate of the class of 1001, who w ill reccivo his diploma Tues...

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. — 12 June 1901

Mo oOOo c?OoOCOf ? ? '?? 00 ?' OQ ' 1 A MOUNTAIN | SIREN \j By Joho Wirj :')rop Greco O ?.<- . ? \j 0 Copyright, 1U0I, by ? o jvhu Winthrop II recn g OOooOOooOOooOOooOOooOOo^C-.". When u maii has it story to toll, I bo< Hove be should ho permitted lo loll it in his own way ami that the render should not StlOOf und criticise because the teller tutist uso the personal pro noun and perhaps refer lo his porcop tlotl or his prowess. If it is his ad venture, how ?an he avoid Baying, "i did thus or so':" If his courage pulled htlll out of ll tight plaee, why seid? lo demean It? A man is what he Is. If things have happened to Ii 1 in which may 00 of Interest to others, let htm write them as they took plaee, wheth er he was n hero or a eraveii. Your atlas will . how you that the eastern Carpathian mountains form a portion of the boundary lino between Bervla and Bulgarin, If yon cross any where to the north of IMrot, you must cross the inugo. In my wanderings afoot 1 had planned to cros...

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. — 19 June 1901

SYMPATHY FOR Till? TOILER Bill Arp on the Conflict Between the Laborer and the Capitalist. Atlanta t'ontdllutiotl : Labor and Capital. Wlion will the long protracted struggle ccaae. Awa\ hack in history tin re was n war that lusted thirty years, but llii-^ war hau lasted longer than that and seems to grow more bitter as the years roll <?n. In the good old times it did not affect the South, but like (i pestilence it Bp* cad& and there seems to he 110 remedy. Ail of the women most all ol the men, outside of the capitalists have, heretofore bympnlhi/.ed with tin toilers in ?heir demands lor 1c s work and hellei pay. They have bitterly dm unced the heartless managers who would wear out the life ol a child be CoiO il gets groWII Who Would keep them caged in factories In in early motu till lamplight, with not un hour lor (recreation. No May day, no pla\ day, im ball game, uor marbles, nor lisliingij nor frolic of any kind for the boys; tin hunting wild llowersor black In rries i 1 ...

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. — 19 June 1901

TUE ADVERTISER, Subscriptioii l'rlcc?12 MoutIis, $1,60 Payable lu Advance. iL ?. ?ALL, Editor? KatOB for Advertising.-Ordinary Ad vertisements, nor square, one inser tion,$1.00; each subsequent Insertion, SO cents. Liberal reduction made for large Advertisements. W. \v. Ball, Proprietor. LAL'ith'NS, S. t'? June 1 If, 1001. To {.rumble. It is a delightful thing to he able to grumble. We would be in a bad fix if everything pleased us. There must, still be something that we would have bettered improve; liiere must be occasion to incite to effort?to arouse ambition and all with the hope of suc cess and victory. But we arc after something else. Merchants and han kers ami fanners are happily In this category. An everyday intercourse with them finds the majority with something to complain about, othe r wise they could not bo happy. It rains too much; it rains too little; it stay: too cold: it is now too hot: it is too wet to plow: the stands are bad: I have good deal of money out ; tho con...

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. — 19 June 1901

The advantages ami rcsoiircesof this city attract pooplo from everywhere tU 0011)0 ami make it their home. Aiming the latest persons In he men tiuncil who will shortly reside here permanently is Mr. I). Casper Smith of Waterloo. Mr. Smith is one ol the wealthy and influential citizens ol his community ami in coining to Spartan burg he will make no mistake, tie will be cordially welcomed,?Spartan burg Herald, June 12th. Should Mr. Smith remove to Spar tanburg, Waterloo ami the county at large will Buslnin a genuine loss. Wa terloo i> a town with a future ami the AovkktisKit sees no reason for Spar* tailblirg being j referred. Col. Ii, W. Hall:? Have you selected your candidates for La ire:.- Graded School Trustee vacancies? If not, how nhout namloe I or suegcotlng Jas. I '. Tolbort as a jrpod man for one of tin- vacancies? Clti/.en and Taxpayer. Bright Prospects, (ilenn Springs hotel, which opened on .lane 1st., thoroughly renovated and equipped for tho season, is rapidly till ing...

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. — 19 June 1901

ooOOooOOooOOooCX>ooCOO' ( 8 The QUEEN'S ) I ROSES Sw Dt I g By S. L-evett Veata o ? Copyright, 1901, by S. Levett Vc?ts Z Soo oOOo 0OO0 oCXJo oOOo oOOo ooS D CHAPTKH L how POMPON MVA ami: AN OtlACLB. UHU \ rs it 1m because tho tragedy of Folhorlngoy is still fresh in my mlud that my eyes linger Bad* |y on the faded roses 1 hnvo token from my cnbluol ami placed with lender hands before me. Tt Is a week ngo since Blnnchoforot, on his way bark from Paris, drew rein ai Besinn t<> glvo me lue news of that deed of h?fnmy and h it tue stunned and bewildered as be galloped <>1T. red j spurred, tu bear the tidings to Male zloux. There are those who say she deserv ed her death; there are steiles, l know, about her, but they He In their throats who repeat them, and I blush with Bhame for mj country that no sword wns drawn to save her who WIM once queen of Prance. As l stare at tho ilowers before mo their delicate fragrtineo returns l-> them. They seem lo bloom again in their ...

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. — 26 June 1901

THE SORROWFUL FACT OF HELL. The Future Punishment of the Wicked The Existence of Hell Legibly Declared liisliop CatulU r, <>? (Scot-gin, luiiidlna tins subject in n fair anil logical ninnm i in Ihc l<> lowing contribution to the Atlanta Daily News: I low extremely now \j is liiu liu man mind lo ronit inplntu lh? sternei aspects i?f the moral luwl Mull scorn lo imagine llliil llioy can utterly ex tinguish, by ignoring or by repudiut ing, these Illings wbieb tlio llosh find I' iia loo disagreeable lo consider. Hence Ihey lower Hie requirements of right cousucss or deny llie pctiulilcs ol sin in order to indulge desire without ilis? (|uiolu?lc ami to ? scape obligation with out compunction, h is a iriek of the ?stlich which hides its bond in the sand and fancies that I hereby it has escaped its purstircts because it no longer sees lliein. .\ friend told me the other day ol a case in point, lie and a fellow travel er wore seated near each other in a railway ear. A distributo...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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