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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 28 September 1901

• ( : ' . - / • - • - , 1 1 1 • THE ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 28, isioi. •\" , ' i ant) same. INDIRECTION. J?tiir are the flowers and the children, but their subtle augsestion is fairer: Bare is the rose-burst or dawn, but the secret that clasps it Is rarer .7. Sweet the exultance of song, but the strain that precedes it is sweeter : '.'•••f-~ ! And sever was poem yet writ but the meaning' outroastered the metre. Never a daisy that grows but a mystery / guideth the growing Never a river that flows biit-a majesty sceptres, the flowing Never a Shakespeare that soared but a strongs • er than he did enfold him Nor ever a prophet foretells but a mightier • seer hath foretold him. Back of the canvas that throbs the painter is hinted and hidden . , Into the statue that breathes the soul of the i sculptor is hi lden Under the joy that.is felt.lie the inflnite ipsues of feeling . -v . \"Crowning the glory revealed in the glory that ^ crowns the revealing. . \\ Croat are the symbols of being, bnt t...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 28 September 1901

THE ADVOCATE. 8KPTK.WBER 2*. 190). ITBBW(WIIIIIMHWIIHIIIIHI»IWH»HimilHWri?lltlHnHnil1lll1WinIIWT!IHIWHg SMITH-BASSFORD CO. We are now in our new build- | ing. All new goods and prices the lowest. Largest and most complete I line of \"New Goods\" In the j city. dpi! and see our new line of \\ .adies' Jackets and Capes. I John & Wm. Bassford. ^iii.umttmtiiitnmuuuituuuiiutiiiiumuuiiiiiiuuuuuuiiauuumiiiitumui« You Can' Get Better Than Best. The Best Place for Prescriptions is at STILES & CO'S Old Reliable C er Drug store— Because we give Best Drugs, Best Service, . Beet Satisfaction NEWS OF THE COUNTY. Money Talks For the nest 30 days 1 shall amke a large cut in prices for «ash. Get prices for your Fall 4tnd Winter stock of Groceries and Flour. , V\" Positively lowest cash prices guaranteed. 1 meet all Chicago department store prii I pay cash for Bnjtter and \"Eggs. Stroll's Cash Store, J. P. STROH, Prop Notice to Farmers And Others! If you are thinking of buy­ ing a sleigh...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 5 October 1901

THE ADVOCATE USES. No Patents Nor Plates.* THiS ADVOCATE CLAIMS I Historic*! Society The Largest Circulation COMPABE IT WITH OTHEB WEEKLY PAPERS Or AJfT WKKtCLI IK. NORTHE&V wiffcoysix. VOL. 40--N0 STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY. OCTOBER 5, 1901. *1.50 A YEAR. LAKE MARINE NEWS. Ellen Ellcnwood Ashore. - The schooner Ellen Ellonwood, Capt, Thos. Flagstadt, bound to Milwaukee from Sturgeon Bay, Mich., with bark, ran ashore on the rocks near Fox point, fourteen miles north of Milwaukee, at an early hour Sun­ day morning and was abandoned by the crew. A bank of smoke and mist hid the shore from view, so that the vessel was planted firmly on the bottom without warn­ ing. The crew left the stranded vessel in a yawl boat and reachedshore safely, though their boat' was overturned in the breakere. The schooner has been abandoned as a total loss and the indications are that the first easterly wind will break her up, the stern having already gone to pieces. She was valued at $1000 and carr...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 5 October 1901

THE ADVOCATE. OCTOBER 5, 1901. : MARGERY'S IiOVE. A True Tale of the Cumberland Mines. • Bt LILLIEE. BABB. . ?•,' -. '. •'• ' .. I. .-, • .•' 1 think tonight of a tale I was told Many and many a year ago : As over Helvelyn, bare and cold, I followed my guide with footsteps alow.. \"Do you see yon hills to the westward ledJ ' The rich wad hills at the foot of the dale— If you can to listen,''the old mail said, I could tell you of them a wondrous tale it. HI remember it all, though I am old. And then I was only a thoughtless lad, Whofollowed a band of miners bold To pick in the hills the preicious wad.* I remember, 'twas just at the noontide hour, ' One struck the hill-side with careless hand,. And down there fell with a mighty power / Ton upon Ion of gravel and sand. . nr. . - \"Only a landslip—but when it was o'er . There was the mouth of a mine forgot, A great wide cave for its open door. And Bparry walls like a fairy grot. It was crystal andamethyst all around. It was crystal and ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 5 October 1901

THE ADVOCATE, 0CT03ER &, 1901. lorfrp. A FISHERMAN'S PEARli. A fisherman, as the setting sun : . Went down in a sea of gold, ~ ' Saw a canons object upon the waves .v.-i— .That in white ranks shoreward rolled. . ^ \"What is it, a fish, or a human formT'' He said, as he watched it float -Then quickly he took his oars in hand, , And swiftly he pulled his boat. He found a baby tied with a shawl To a piece of broken plank The water dashed in her little face With the waves as she rose and sank A beautiful baby girl, with hair That gleamed in the snn like gold He drew her into his boat her face Was wan, and her lips were cold. Was she dead? He put his hand to her heart Thank Heaven! he felt it beat. He chafed her hands and her feet till at last They glowed with reviving heat. He rowed to the shore: and when to his home He returned with the little girl. He told his wife he had found in the sea, A beautiful precious pearl. J So they called her the fisherman's pearl and she played . With...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 5 October 1901

THE ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 5, 1901. THE ADVOCATE. Entered in the Twtoffic* at Sturgeon Bay, B7#, at tteond class mail matter. PUBLISHED EVEBY SATURDAY AT 8TUR- : 0EONiBAY, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. HAS NO Judge Hastings Says He- Has no Jurisdiction to Pass on the, Validity of tho Water-Works Ordinance. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. . 61.50 One year............ . Si*months.. ... . .... Fonr months .—... —......... Two months ... .v........... Single copies — .. jar Two dollars will be charged if not paid within the year. STURGEON BAY, 8ATUBDAY, OCT. 5, ISO! The estate of President McKinley foots np $210,000, all of which has been left to his wife. The will also provides for $1,000 to be paid the. mother of the late president annually. ' A Milwaukee woman, the mother of five children, has become violently, insane, on account of thejjdeath of President McKin­ ley. She imagines thatjshe was the assas. sin, and it has been found necessary to place her in an asylum. England is facing a...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 5 October 1901

THE ADVOCATE. OCTOBER 5. 1901. The Advocate. STUBGEON BAY. SATURDAY, OCT. 5. 3903 PRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. SHORT TAKES. —Mercury was one degree' below the freezing point at 4 o'clock this Friday morn­ ing. . • \" —The W. O. T. U. will meet with Mrs. A. Kalmbach, Tuesday, October 8'fti. All are cordially invited. —The local high school football team will play their first game of the season on the homiR ground Saturday with the West Side high sehool eleven of Green Bay. —Following is the advertised letter list: Mrs. Mary G. Guerney, Levi Lalonde, t. Mahlsted, Abner Watbins, Frank Conrad, Chas, Cranall, Miss L. Spider, E. D. Snwv ' kens. • —This region was the center of another heavy rain storm at an' early hour Sunday morning, and the ground . is said'to le pret- ! ty well saturated, and therefore in excellent shape for winter. //'' \" —3So other provincial paper prints so much interesting andvvalt&ble .miscellany as does'The Advocated...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 5 October 1901

•W- ADVOCATE. OCTOBER 5, 1901. THE SCHOONRR. Just mark that schooner westward far at sea, •Tis but an hour ago • When she was-lying hoggish at the quay, ' And men ran to nnd fro I Arid tugged and stamped and shoved and swore, • ' - \\ '• And ever and anon, with crapulous glee. Grinned homage to viragos on the shore. So to the jetty gradual' she was hauled Then one the tiller took. And chewed and spat upon hK hand and bawled. And one tlie canvas shook Forth like a moldy bat, and one, with' nods And smiles, lay on the bowsprit end and called And cursed the harbor master by his gods. And rotten from the gunwale to the keel. Bat riddled, bilgo bestank. Slime slobbered, horrible, I saw her reel And drag her oozy flank , And sprawl among the deft young waves that laughed And lea«t and tnrned in many a sportive wheel As she thumped onward with her lumbering draught. And now, behold 1 a shadow of repose Upon the line of gray . She Bleeps-that transverse cuts the evening rose- She sleeps an...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 5 October 1901

_ T^^VWATE, OCTOBER 5i 1961. 44LIOVE IS RICHER GOLD.\" FAR THAN BT LOUISE e. TtPH&U. In the softa'nd crimBOn twilight, 'Ere the lamps of eve were lit. Sat a matd, who watched the sparrows... Oat and in the tree-tops flit Watched them, as they sailed together. Mindful only of \"today \" . Till she shyly, softly whispered, \"I can trust as well as they Lore is richer far than gold. Hearts are never bought or sold!\" II. \"X may never in a mansion . With my liveried servants dwells Never, inresplendent jewels, • ] Strive my fostered pride to quell: But when sweet and tender twilight' Floods the earth, the air, the sea, : Love may bring my home such blessings. That the world shall envy me: , Love is richer far than gold Hearts are never bought or sold. . HI. \"Life can bring to me no burdens , . : That for love I could not bear And by me no wealth or station, \"\"t-- Would be prized love did not share, j Not the riches of a kingdom , i . i Do I covet. Mine to own . * •,\" One true h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 5 October 1901

THE ADVOCATE* OCtOBEK 5, I90i f'jyVjttote i&s 'Ortnb&io WagenSr't Oetober ii ' with iti raw winds and stormy weather. Protec­ tion against chapped hands can be had by using v:A-toilet preparation of ex- • *• quisite excellence........ Wagener, A Hotel Waldo Pharmaoy. • IWIMMIHIIIIMIIMMM You Can't Get Better ' Than Best. The Best Place for Prescriptions is at STILES & CO'S. Old Reliable Corn-' er Drug Store.... Because we giro 1 Best Drugs,. Best Service, Beet Satisfaction. iMWWMMMMlfl» Notice to Farmers And Others! If you are thinking of buy­ ing a sleigh for next winter you will do well t6 place your order soon, as there will be an unusual run on sleighs the coming winter, and as I have experienced men in the busi­ ness working for me you will •do well to call on us before purchasing elsewhere. We are placing on the market the best proportion­ ed, the neatest, the easiest running and strongest sleigh that is placed on the market today by any shop in the state. I am...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 12 October 1901

THK ADVOCATE USES f H B k p y Q d k T R C L A I M S The Largest Circulation No Patents Nor Plates. ?*, . I'll Uldri.cal Society ,r .j cohp&be it wrrit drtaft weekly PA'PEBS •or as? wkbjuut is soBtmsas ' wibcossis wi VOL. 40--NO 27. STCKUKON BAY, WIS,, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1901 $1.50 A YEABS LAKE MARINE NEWS. Want a Deeper Channel. It is stated in marine circles that the Lake Michigan Carferry Transp. Co. contem­ plate the building of two of the finest and largest deep water steel carferry barges on the lakes and get in the market for the iron ore trade. Their railroad lines are being and have been extended into the iron re­ gions of Michigan and they need floating property to handle the business properly. The only drawback is the depth of water in thto bay, through which - they must pass. With a twenty-foot channel here, they would enter the project without hesitation and it is, the intention to make a'strong ef. fort to ! secure this depth of channel at the ensuing session o...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 12 October 1901

the Advocate, october 12, wot. VIRESIDES THAT OUR DAUGH- TfiRS IjKAVES • BY LOUISE 8. CPHAM. . • H»e sun shines brightly overhead, , The lilies gleam, thesweet birds sing \"The morrow cannot be today, . Nor winter seem like budding spring ! The lingering breath of orange-blooms, l: The rooms in festival array, v Are but mute tokens to my soul Of one who left my home today. y I called her baby once she lay A helpless burden in Love's arms V- 1 curled the rings of shining gold, . And watched the swift-unfolding charms: . t sang her lullabies each eve, I tucked her up, with kiss on kiss, And thought the world could never hold For me a purer,'sweeter bliss. Aid then a dimpled lassie Bat, Morn. noon and night, beside my knee. The babe was precious, and the child Seemed just as sweet and dear «o me: • tot her I rifled Summer's wealth, • Bobbed Winter of its hoarded store, - And told the old, enchanted tales, ^ The fairies' lore conned o'er and o'er. Alton a quiet school-girl came, And b...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 12 October 1901

THE ADVOCATE. OCTOBER 12. 1901. THE FIREMAN'S DEATH. He-slept and o'er his-dauntless brow a shade of sorrow stole, . As though some scene of deep distress was buay with his soul. When suddenly the dread alarm came ringing shrill and clear. ' • • Cleaving the night air until it struck upon his i startled ear. He bounded up t His practiced eye • Was t urned upon t he lurid \"sky, Litby the flames which, mounting higher. Soon clothed the night in robe of fire. With lightning speed he reached the scene— Oh I what a sight was there I A mother stood amid the flames, and -shrieked in wild despair ! , Her arms around her frightened babe ^was- thrown with frenzied clasp • . - As though she feared the fire-flentt-Would tear: , it from her grasp. , With helmet turned, through flame , and ~ 1 . s m o k e / : 7 - The gallant fellow fearless broke: ' . He saved them both, but ah J his life . Was lost in tlib unequal strife. JSow in sweet Greenwood's peaceful phade the . noble hero sleepsVx. And o...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 12 October 1901

THE ADYOCATE, OCTOBER 12, 1901. ':R ^BVofeATE^ Bniend in the Posiofflct at Sturgeon Bay, IHs., w tteond clots mail maUtr. ' PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 8TUR- GEON2BAY, WIS. ' '!•' PRANK LONG, Editor apd Proprietor. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION, neyear'\" . $1.50 .73 .50 .26 . .08 dollars will ba charged if not paid i the year. STURGEON BAY. SATURDAY. OCT. 13, IOOJ Senator Spooner was in Washington re­ cently, and naturally he has had a talk or two with President Roosevelt, but he says there is no foundation for, the story that he was sent for and asked to consider a propo­ sition to fill \" a prospectWe vacancy in the cabinet. Unless Mr. Spooner has changed his mind there is no place, in the cabinet \"that he would leave the senate for. It is well 1mown to his friends that president McKinley was anxious to have him in his cabinet, but'feiled in his attempt to per­ suade him to accept a portfolio. President Booeevelt is-growing every day in the esteem, not only of the people, but of the ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 12 October 1901

THE ADVOCATE. OCTOBER 12. 190U 11' Th k Advocate. 8TPBGEON BAT, SATURDAY. OCT. 12, 1901 FRANK LONG, Eclitftr and Proprietor! Official Paper of City and County. SHORT TAKES. —Following is the advertised letter list: Chas. H. Necke, Zummar Ammuaeea, Wil- lium Stephenson, Chas. L. Terrien. —Itev. C. W. Damon, of Wauwatosa, will preach at the Congregational church Sun­ day morning and evening, October 13th. —Members of Island City lodge D. of H.f are requested to meet at the lodge room on Oct. 15th. AllKebekahs and Odd Fellows are invited to be present. —The house wives are luxuriating in an abundance of the finest kind of soft water this fall, and the occupation of the water carrier is nearly ruined in consequence. —last Sunday woa an ideal day, the at­ mosphere being as pleasant and balmy as in If ay or Jane. The nights are cool, howev­ er,, and warm wraps necessary for comfort. —The public schools promise to be fully 08 \\yarin, if not warmer, than they were last yeatJ Everything ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 12 October 1901

ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 12, 1901. '1ft' PATIEXOK WITH liOVK. ' They are but such tiny feet They have gone such a little way to meet The years Which are required to break '.' Their steps to. evenness and make . . Them go Sore sure and slow. They are such little hands, Bo'kind Things are so new and life butstands A step beyond the doorway.~A11 around Sew day has found. : Such tempting things to shine npon. and so / .The hands are tempted hard, you know. They are such new, young lives , ' v \" Surely their newness shrives ' . . Them well of many sins. * They soa so much, That, being immortal, they would toneb. That if they reach • • We must not chide, but teach. ! *' '•( They are such fond, clear eyes. That widen to surprise At every turn they are so often held To sun and showers—showers soon dispelled By looking inour face Love asks for'so much grace. They are such fair, frail gifts: Uncertain as the drifts Of light that lies along the sky— They may not be here by-and-bye, Give them not lov...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 12 October 1901

THE ADVOCATE, OCTOBEE 12, 1901. . / lotm. A DAY'S CAMPAIGN. . -v BS ETHEL And so the \"campaign of a dtiy'^is ended? . The \"house-mother\" blesses the sleepy \" ' • ' • ' y - h e a d s , ' And for flag of .truce holds out a pillow , Before the camp of the children's bed - Now she counts the cost of the day ju«t ended By the tingling nerves at her finger-tips. And seals the last of her war-dispatches I: ' On the childish brows with her loving lips. There was \"muster\" first in the early morn- ' ing,. •••... . Thank God, that they all might answer ,\"Here,\" . '' - • y-:- X'X: There were troops to fit for the hiU of Science,: With many a halt and many a tear. There were hands atid hearts in a skirmish bounded. . Waiting the touch of her tender hand, Small uniforms ottt at knees and elbows, j ^ And for rations, always a new demand. ' There were \"shamrock troops\" to be safely • guided . Out of the bogs into beaten ways. '. And the \"needle-corps\" to be armed and.ready - For a new ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 12 October 1901

THE ABTOGATE OCTOBER 12, 1901. ii»www»ww!twwiw»HHiwnffwnnw»f»iri»iHHiMm,HWWwwMMHH»Mnn«nmwj Men's, Ladies1, Children s and Infants. We have them in all kinds, and prices to suit : everybody. We haven't any.ONE bargain to offer ' 3 but our goods are all new and consequently all bargains. But just to start the ball a rolling, com­ mence with looking over our \"White Oak Line\" for Men and Boys, and Mayer's School Shoes. . vHAVEYOU-SIEN OUR GROCEARY DEPARTMENT YET? WE CAN INTEREST YOU! POTATOES WANTED. I SMITH-BASSFORD CO. John&Wm. Bassford, Props. ' 'Follow t?n Crowd to Wagener's. Oetober Is j-fere! with its raw winds and stormy weather. Protec­ tion against chapped hands can be had by using...... l/eluet \" A toilet preparation of ex­ quisite excellence...... .. Wegener, Hotel Waldo Pharmaoy. Two Requisites necessary in the com­ pounding of doctors' . prescriptipne— - Added to this is honesty and price. y These are the three basic principles of the. old Corner Drug Sto...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 19 October 1901

THX ADTOCftiS TfSWI No Patents ftor Plates. COJfPABB IT WITH OTHEB WEKKLT . PAPEBS. • Historical Society TBEE ABTOCATl Ct^IHS 1 The Largest Circulation or AST NR NOBTSSB? . WMCOSBItf. •- VOL. 40-N0 28. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1901. #1.50 A YEAR. LAKE MARINE NEWS. The Wilson Released. , The whaleback steamer Thos. Wilson No. 1 was released from the reef off Baileys Har­ bor Tuesday morning by the wrecking tugs Monarch and Favorite. Friday evening of last week the tug Mon­ arch came to this port for a diver and out­ fit, and Capt. Thos. Isabell's services were engaged. An examination of the bottom of the stranded craft was made Saturday and it was found she WHS held fast about amidships by* a big boulder that had pene­ trated the bottom. The two tugs worked all .day Sunday without accomplishing any­ thing. Monday they succeeded in moving the craft by .swinging her bow around and the fallowing morning she was floated and taken in tow by the Favorite for Milwaukee...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 19 October 1901

T:* V- THE ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 19, 1901. OU« WAYS, BX JCI.U H, THAYER. *'We wearily toil up the hillsides. Forgetting the sweet vales of rest: We plunge into dense, tangled forests, When the plain, narrow way is the best. • •\"We pass half the dew-laden roses That bloom by our path every day We see not the beauty beside us 'With eyes on the fields far away. We yent^re through deep, foaming waters, When lp! there's a bridge plain in sight We stumble and_grope in the darkness, When God bids us walk in the light. We foolishly turn from the sunlight To watch the long shadows we cast We fly from tiiein. still gazing backward, \".\"Than weep that they follow bo fast. -6Jnr ways are not Thine. 0 our Father 1 . They lead to wild de'pths of unrest They lead us far out of our journey . They lead us to raptures nnblest. » -Hare mercy, compassionate Savior, And open our sin-blinded eVes, And show us how full of Thy glory Are even the grayest of skies. Craixcl anb ^bbcntittjc. A FRONTIER ADVENTU...

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