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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 8 November 1900

THE -LAG OF HOPE Thereo n UK In the sky thotcis a banner that waves Oar tho passionate march down to pas- islonlin graven Anil It lives for the decda that arc done luthtrlcht Ana It tliW by the love tlint bIvcs wilom lt Might It files oer the living It floats o or the lend l ortvcr advanclm fnr Klouintnp abend And the million who et It nflamo In the ly 3t lofty ideal set deathless and high Know stars of lit glory the bam of Its fame Mikr the bright Flag of llopo an all-con- querlng name It rldrs oer the crescent It mounts oer the crot Thi llngx of nil nations would dioop at Its los And there never was soldier who died nit the lleld And there never was savior who lived for ti shield And thcro never was harvester glad of his yield Xoi even a man whojiad power to wield Hut mw Its folds flushing by night and by day VI Incplrlnjr compelllnsgand showing tho w ay a A imbol of HeavenUll tho last moan Khali cease Jinns bright Flag of Hope ard sign of sweet peace Look aloft there it floats th...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 8 November 1900

FARMER AND PLANTER THE SAVING OF SEED A Mnttcr Hint Mnny Otherwise fioiiri Kui iiuts Do Not Itcalliu lie Importance of Very cvv fnrinerB npprecintc the importance of selectliifr mul savinp their own seed for next years iug They do not reulizo how much depends upon this Often two men on adjoining fnnns do about the suiiie mount of work ami plant nbout the mime numher of acres and one will Rather very much lnrper crops than - the other Bimply because he used better seed We have In niitirl u cr who sowed largely of wheat ono ear apo Ills lnnd was much the fame qiinlHy Ho prepared it all ilike lie spent as much upon one v S Hero as uuotlier Dut he sowed about one third in one variety of wheat mid the two thirds in another The seed upon the smaller acreage were lHjttrr The result was that lie made ns much upon one third as upon the two tldrds Hut the cost was only one half as much So that the profits were more than double If he lind used the best seed upon nil his crop he would now be ab...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 8 November 1900

CLEAN SWEEP IN OHIO Made by the Republican State and National Tickets PLURALITY OVER SIXTY THOUSAND Outcome of tho Contests In the Sev eral Congressional Districts of tho State Democrats Gain In Imrgor Cities But Loso In Smaller Towns iind Itural Regions Columbus 0 Nov 7 According to lato returns the Republican national and state tickets have swept Ohio by from 60000 to 80000 plurality There have been Republican losses in the larger cities compared with 189G nota bly In Cincinnati and Cleveland but these losses havo been more than off set by the gains In the smaller cities and tho rural districts McKinleys plurality In 1896 was 51000 The board of elections glvo McKln lcy in Cleveland 37702 Bryan 37422 McKinleys plurality 280 Four years ago McKlnley carried the city by 3514 McKlnley carried Hamilton county by 17000 and Franklin by 2400 The following were elected to con gress First district William B Shattuc Rep Second Jacob H Bromwell Rep Third Robert Nevln Rep doubt ful Fourth Rober...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 15 November 1900

r J 4 r r -7 VOLUME 22 THORNY ROAD in triplicato and sont to lj For Republicans if They Contest Bryans Vote in Kentucky Chicngo Nov 11 ton telegram to tho A Wnshing Chicngo Tri- buno says Kontucky Republicans will have a thorny road to travel if thoy in tend to contest tho doctoral vote of tho State To do this will necessitate tho rooponing of tho Tnylor Goobol controversy from tho beginning There really is no such thing as nn Electoral College although tho phrnso iB a common ono Tho electors moot only by States Tho result of thoir voto is cortificd to ing by mail and mossongor These votes aro canvassed by tho Presi dent of the Sonato in tho presence of both houses of Congress When tho cortificato of tho voto of tho oloctors is read objections may bo nmdo in writing signed by at least ono Senator and Representative Noithor house of Congress 1ms authority torojoct oloctoral votes givon by oloctors who aro cortificd ta by tho proper Stato authorities Tho only valid ground of objection...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 15 November 1900

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS rUULISIIUD WISRKLT MARION KENTUCKY ii mm All tlio News of the Past Seven Days Condensed HOME AND FOltEIGN ITEMS News of tho Industrial Field Personal and Political Items Happenings at Homo anil Abroad THE NEWS M03 ALL THE WORLD H03IHSTIC The president lias Ismic1 nn esecu the order admitting frpe of duty Christmas presents and souvenirs cnt by soldiers in China to friemlb in the United State A company has been incorporate to ostnblMi pneumatic tube mail and package sen ice In Chicago The population of Indiana is231G4G2 npainst LM024M in 1M0 an Increase of M405S or 147 per cent Floridas population is 12S542 as against 301422 in 1S90 an increase of 137120 or 33 percent Charles Davis atjed 30 jear shot and killed his wife in 1ortlaml Me and then shot himself John McQuadi clerk in the war de partment at Washington was probably fatally hurt in a football game Clarence 15 Ueardsley accidentally JciKed liis young wife In Chicago while giving a lessou in the use of fire...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 15 November 1900

M 10 1 Mill Candidates for the Presidency Who Have Been Neglected by the News Chroniclers GENE DEBS LED THEM ALL IN CHICAGO The Prohibition Ilnre Mndc tnlns Ilminir rolled n Vote In he Country Approxlniittlnir IIulC a Million VebrnI ii Dellnltely Laniled In the llepiibllcnii Column Chicago Nov 10 Besides McKIn ley and Bryan there were five other Jiicn in the Held with aspirations to the office of president of the United Stntcs In Chicago alone Dugenc V Debs as head of the social democratic tick et led the other minor candidates by a total oto of 5022 John O Woollcy the prohibition candidate followed second with a vote of 3335 while the socialist labor party with Joseph 1 Muloncy rcceivcel 20 Wharton Ihu Kcr for the peoples party 1S9 and Seth K Ellis of the Union Reform tor Direct Legislation party found 90 scattered otes At the national prohibition head quarters it is estimated that the to tal vote in the nation would exceed 400000 Tliis estimate was based upon the teceipt of about ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 15 November 1900

t il 12 A- R 0 WALKER - Publishor OKXTXAR 01CX DOLL AS Mr Tnylor will not rniso o crop in Kontucky next yoar It looks very much liko Tndgo Rochesters ambition to got the county out of dobt would bo re alized Tho Paris Exposition closod Monday Tho total nttondnnco since tho oponing of tho groat show is ostiinatod at fifty million pooplo Tho Domocrats will not bo wor ried by tho potty dissontions that grow out of a divisionjof tho spoils this year Who says thoro is not good in ovory thing As our old friend Bon Koys has oxhausted tho cntaloguo of pint forms partios and creeds ho will have us guessing as to the raco track upon which ho will run and who will rido him two years honco Tho Republican Stato control committee has issued a sort of farewell address in which it char ges fraud on tho part of Demo crats but very kindly consents that Mr Bpckhom shall bo gover nor Charging fraud is tho popu lar way of announcing that a lick ing has boon administered Tho trusts aro ratifying McKin le...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 15 November 1900

e fPteess R 0 WALKER Publisher LOCAL AND PERSONAL Air W B Ynndoll is in St Lou is this wook Air Clms Evans spoilt Saturday in Princoton t Al Doom moved to Henderson county this wook tjall at the Press ofiico and pny your subscription Mr Frank Woodsides has boon qnito sick for somo dnys Mr S H Cassidy of JDycuE burg nttondod court Tuesday Protrnctod meoting bogins nt tho Methodist church Sunday Hot lomonndo hot clnm juice hot beef nnd celery nt Haynes Mis L A Wilborn of Black ford spent Saturday in tlio oily Mr Sam Hursts two littlo chil dren nro sick with typhoid fovor Patronizo tho Magnot Laundry if you want good work Mr J T Aloxandor of Mndi sonvillo was in tho city Tuesday Mrs Ohas Evans wns tho guost of frionds in St Louis last wook When you coino in to attend court call and pay your subscrip tion Air 7 H Clifton of Dycusburg is attending circuit court this week Rev J W Crowe closod a suc cessful mooting at Alt Zion last wook Aliss LoatTa Wilborn of Frodo nia spent Saturday and ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 15 November 1900

A SONG OF AUTUMN Ho lor 1h bemlim i lunvi a llu for tliccrliioi leuvfs riiirrtnir In splentlot Bfaon of llpimil nolo ritnt In crib aul fold Eklis with Onpth untold Liquid und teniltT Far like the bhiIIc of Clod Boo how the Koldon rod Hippies and toflscs Yonder a crimson vino Trulls from u boutdfil pine Thin ns u thread of wlno Staining the iiiosm s Bright nenth the morning 1I Sparkles the fretted iluw Gem like and stnrr Hark how the partridge cork 1lpeB to hla fccattnid Hock Mindful how swift the hawk Darts on his quarry Autumn Is here again Banner- on hill and plalr lllnzlng and tl lnir Hall to the umber morn Hall to the liwipeil up corn Hall to the liunterK horn Swelling and illng Junius lluckhutn In IK ut of Life Cf02iXXi I POTWINS TROUBLES Ml I With Dilatory People wttli32S rU the telephone- Iotwin said to 0 Mr Iotuln I should like to Krcnlv the record for once mid get stnrt rtl on time Its lliu a in now lo j on think if jou made a desperate struggle that you could start In mid ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 15 November 1900

HE WALKS BY FAITH Dr J W Bischoff the BUnd Or ganist of Washington II In 11 fe Carver nml Sitcconx Shonlil II o mi IiiNilrnliin for All AVIio Unulit TlipnmrlvrN uixl Their linker Pntclul Washington Letter you visit the national WHKN you Miould try o hponil ut lenst one Sabbath tiny here in order to have nn oppor tunity to go to the Congregational church mid hear the blind organist Dr J V Uis clioff No matter what may he your creed or home ufllliations you should hear IlisciioiT The bcrviees in thu church the sec- ond Sunday in this mouth were in honor of the twenty fifth nmihcr Hiiry of his continuous services as or ganist and mimical director Iloth the morning and the eening services were mj arranged as to give promi nenen to the music and the dear de moted coiiHIcntiouK religious honor nblc and noble man who presided at t lie organ shook the pillars of the temple with his rhapsodies of har mony and melody lie is a living tymphony Tlic morning sermon wns on The Relation of Mnsle to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 15 November 1900

J L STEWART Photographer Hns moved into his now gnllory south of court houso whoro ho 1ms n fino nnd woll onuippotl studio nnd u ill innko you tho finest nnd best pictures known to tho nrt nt his cnllory from tho smallest badgo picture For good work patronize Mag net laundry WHY IS IT That you will 6oll your produce to pooplo you do not know living in other states in preforonco to soiling to homo p3oplo that will pay you moro monoy for your produce Seo Schwab nnd got his prices on tur keys ohiokenB goeso iron nnd iggs Evorything obtained to tho largest onlargod picture nnd all in n work that will not fndo Does All Kinds of Viewing and Flash Light Work For 30 Days Ho will mnko ono hnlf dozen pictures fitting cabinet slot in nlbum nnd ono 16x20 Enlarged Picture for 300 1 This work is ns fino ns enn bo dono So cnll and seo him in his now Cottngo Gnllory Ho has a fino assortment of tho lntost DnUnna Tlnrlrmo nlirl AfnrlnlirmQ Uuu b CHAPEL HILL W II Highnm sold n fino mule- to Mr Picrco ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 22 November 1900

la I v i r VOLUME 22 fV DYGUSBURG - v m m i SCto The Thriving Little City Visited By Press Representatives - Tuesday nf tornoon two mombors of the Presb staff left this city for DyoiiBbnrg tho littlo city on tho Cumborland rivor to look nftor thointoroats of tho papor in that section Lato Friday nftoruoon tho gontlomon nrrivod at tho homo of Mr E Grogory about ono milo out of Dyouaburg Tho night was spent with Mr Grogory This worthy farmer is a moat ontor taining gontloman Ho is woll acquainted tho county ovor and until a lato hour tho ostimnblo host ontortainod tho travolors with tho most interesting nnocdotos of tll travolors saw of tho littlo oity a somewhat historical kind na tlloy 8P01 T tho bill homo- ing to Crittondon oounty and hor pooplo in yoars that havo come and gone Mr Grogory is a typical Kontuckian his family is a typical Kentucky family nnd southern hospitality is clearly oxomplifiod in this good man and his wifo Saturday rribrning tho travolors started for Dyousburg...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 22 November 1900

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS v - rUltLISUUU WtKUU MARION j KENTUCKY I NOVEMBER J909 i Sun Mon Tub Wed Thur Fri Sat 0 TTTf 23 I w 5 Jl ii ii ii il ii il f li JliiiLii ill 25 26 27 28 29 30 j A 1 IS RECORD All tlio News of the Past Seven Days Condensed HOME AND FOREIGN ITEMS Kows of tho Industrial Fieia Personal and Political Items Happenings at Homo ami Abroad THE NEWS FROM ALL THE WORLD DOMESTIC Tire destroyed the Giflord house the lending hotel at Poplar Bluff Mo and four persons were burned to death and many others were injured The nay will ask for S7172G31 for the fiscal jear ending in 1902 A gas explosion In 11 Baltimore Md subway partly wrecked 14 buildings Judge Brown of the federnl court in New York in a case concerning pi lotage decided that Porto Rico is not 0 foreign country Secretary o War Root has abol 3shed the military department of Porto Itico and ordered part of the troops home December 15 A general increase in wages has been granted engineers and firemen of tho Chicago Milw...

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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 22 November 1900

W it i i i i t u I ll t V IDE HIT IE Mayor Van Wyck of New York Aroused by a Scathing Letter From Bishop Potter STRONG PLEA IN BEHALF OF INNOCENCE The Police Arraigned ai the Iroteetors mul Abettor of the VVurnt Klsmanti Mjor Van Wye It Pledges Ills llett Ef forts to llrlug About Llmuged Con dition New York Nov 17 llishop Henry C Potter bishop of the Kpiscopnlian diocese of New York yesterday sent n letter to Mayor Van Wyck in refer ence to icc in this city and especially on tlif Kust Side This letter is the one promised some weeks ago when the bishop publicly announced that one of his rectors had been grossly insulted by the commanding officials of a certain police station and that lie proposed to take up the matter in a manner which tho heads of the po lice force should feel The public has been awaiting with interest the bishops Hint move and in connection with Tammany halls announcement that it proposed to look into vice nnd stop it the bishops letter received yesterday by the ma...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 22 November 1900

Wk R 0 WALKER ORXTXAB Deeds Recorded Publisher OH D0L1AK Whoolors majority over Koys was only 8525 Tho longer Mr Koys runs tho further away ho sooniB to get from tho prize Whon n Crittondon county jury goes nftor tho Standard Oil Co soiuothing drops but you mny bo nssurod that it is not tho prico of oil A largo number of lives woro lost in a gtonn which swopt Ton nossoo Tuesday night About 40 livos woro lost at Columbia Tonn Tho proporty loss will ronch ovor 00000 Richard Crokor tho groat Tam many chief is going to Europo for his health If he will but stay long onough tho health of the Democratic party will probably bo improved also In tho consus roturns Marion fails to get into tho 2000 class But from a business standpoint moral status and general good qualities she heads tho list wheth or tho census reports say so or not Mr Yorkes again becomes col lector of internal rovenue and the probabilities aro that he is in no wise surprised to find himself at his old iob instead of prepari...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 22 November 1900

i Ir Get yonr cakes etc i Publisher LOCAL AND PERSONAL Fresh oysters ntCophorsThnnks giving Mr G M Cridor is in St Lou is this week Mr J W Howerton 1ms boen ill several days Miss Lucy Walker is visiting friends in the country The Magnet aundry io -the one you want to patronize Afr Onho Wathen of Fords Ferry was in town Monday Biglmm Lodge No 250 will have their annual banquet Doc 27 Mrs S Hodge of Princeton is the guest of frionds in this city Mrs R N Walker was the guest of friends in tho country last week Mr Sam Oassidy of Paducah was in tho city the first of tho weok Thoy are broaking about fiftoon tons of spar daily at the nougo inino When you drink whiskoy drink the celebrated COLD SPRING whiskoy Its without a HEAD ACHE Sold only by 0 E Doss Co t Northern WoodB of Eddyvillo spont Saturday and Sunday In Marion Windows doors and transoms iftll sizes and grades at Boston Walkers Dr J H Clark of Princeton Ind wasin this oily Ilia first of the weeV Mrs Charles Derhmiok of Rosa Olaro...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 22 November 1900

Til K ISEW KENTUCKY Trolley Is Revolutionizing the Blue Grass Country Hnrr Itiu tiiu nntl Wlilil Mukliie MTloal Lrll il l 1 Mrcli Vite Imlinliliil lrofrrt tSpcctal Lexington Ky Letter Old Kcntuekj is the now Till old thing are rapidly pass ing away with the advance of projrrei ive Ideas The towns and tlinllv settled neighborhood of the far fair d lllue tfrass region will boon In i oiiiiiOted bv an electric rail way njtom extending1 from Lexing ton the central point to Versailles Pnris lrjnkfort ltardton High liiidg1 llarrodliurg Iloonesboro Jlajsiilc ltlnelicks and Klngbridge These include the principal commercial points ind the main historic spots of old Kiiitiieky the blue grass belt th richest ill history of any por tion f the state Tills svstom will be cxtoiKid to these lii totio spots for the lienetlt of sightseers thus making of ihis region a resort as well as for the puipoe of building up the arious mi settling thr country with Jiirmeis and stock raisers During the past f vat...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 22 November 1900

I t FINEST IN AMERICA Notre Dame Church at Montreal Said to fie Unparalleled Hn Architecture In Illcli It 1nlnl Iiikm Siiicrl nml Itfl Wo ml Inc Kxiiiilalte SenU ir000 It ranna Special Montreal Can I cttcr province of Quebec Is a coun try of churches Wherever you may go in oily or country the church steeple is the most prominent feature of the landscape Andwhcre ever ten or more little whitewashed cottages arc clustered together they form n setting for what many a Protestant congregation in the Unit ed States would call a handsome house of worship The Catholic church has no more devoted children in the world than OIL A4 iM ri CHUIICII OF KOTItE DAME the French Canadian farmers nnd la boring men Certain it is that the average habitant contributes more than the Mhlical tentli to his church otherwise the clergy of French Can ada could not maintain itself in the affluent style of which pretty par sonages and well tilled parochial Ileitis give ample evidence The cure or priest is not onl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 22 November 1900

CHAPEL HILL Bee Lowis and wifo of Sheridan aro visiting relitives in this neighborhood Honry Minner has accepted a position as guard at tho Eddyville penitentiary E II Bigham has completed his cook room Cal Adams is through sowing wheat for this year Bro Thompson of Kuttawa filled tho pulpit hero last Sunday with a goodly congregation G B Daughtory of Caldwell Springs neighborhood was out at church last Sunday Scott Paris and wife of Lovias woro visiting B F Walkor and family Satur day and Sunday Mrs Lizzie Thompson is visiting rela tives in this neighborhood Wheat in this precinct looks well Thoro is a good acreago sown and tho prospect is flattering Corn all cribed and a good turn out Tho people of Chapol Hill will havo plenty of moat corn and hominy to feast on this winter Misses Ann Hill and Sallio Crider aro attending tho Now Salom mooting Misses Ada and Eva Hill wero tho guosts of Misses Addio and Ada Bigham Sunday T M Hill went to New Salem Sun day to hear Bro Oakloy proach C...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 29 November 1900

r i V v aA 7 VOLUME 22 s FROM THE FAR EAST ft A Crittenden County Boy Tells of Lifo in the Philippines San Pablo P I Oct 15 1900 f Kind Editor and roadors of tho Phess bbroro loaving Snn Pnblo for ariow post of garrison 1 will endeavor to writo you n fow linos about tho town nnd its inhabi tants Snn Pablo is from appoaranco ono among tho oldest townB on tho island of Luzon It is about fifty miles south of Manila and ton miles from tho beautiful lake Gngunado bay and is situated in n lovoly volloy almost ontiroly roundod by mountains which fur nish an qxquisito and magnificont viow in any direction that ono can look Tho city and all tho vnlloy rtround it out to tho foot of tho mountain slopes is ono almost continuous grovo of dense tropi cal growth of various species and among which oan bo found a vari oty of tropical fruit It is indeed n source of pleasure to tako a lunch nnd some refreshments in our havorsaokB and start out to follow somo of tho native polico or offioials who alway...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
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