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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 26 December 1907

BEVERLY OF GRAVSTARK By GEORGE BARR WCUTCHEON, Author of "Graustark" CopYright, 1904, by Dodd. Alead and Company en along,~ i luncheon at an Inn halfway up the slope. Quinnox regaled Beverly with stories in which Grenfall Lorry was .the b--'o and Yetive the heroine. He told her of the days when Lorry, a fu r1tive ~his bead, ns::,ation " of ihi b ro.md to the Pt -,t, iaonastery l b ' . $ 'I 'ts hunted high and low for him. The narrator dwelt glowingly upon the trip from the monastery to the city walls'one dark night when Lorry came down to sur render himself In order to shield the woman he loved, and Quinnox himself piloted him through the underground passage Into the very heart of the cas tle. Then came the exciting scene in which Lorry presented himself as a prisoner, with the denouement that saved the princess and won for the gallant American the desire of his heart. "What a brave fellow he was!" cried Beverly, . who never tired of hearing the romantic story. "Ah, he was wonderful...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 26 December 1907

Business Locals. Notices of Sale, Wants, Swaps, etc, Inserted in this Column at 5 cents per uine for each insertion. Nothing taken for less -than 10cents. FOR SALE-17 acres, origin'd forest 1 miles north of Pickens, $30 an acre 75 acres west of Woodall Mountain, 1 acres branch bottom, baiance in timber price $10 acre, cash deal. E. F. KEITH t. F. D., No. 4, Picken,4* S. C. A few :firs .class sewving machines elightly used to be soll at groatly re duceed prices. Also sewing machines re Iaired. Call at Craig Bros 0. P. Knight. Carload of Obelisk Flour just receive& at H. A. Richefs. WANTED,-500 bushels pease; wit pay higheMt market pries; nash or tradc nov. 6.tf Ashmore & Nimmons. Pay your guano bills at once. I cal -not carry these accounts any longer Come to see us prepared to makt. sett!e mont. H. A. RICHIEY. FOR SALE-Two 50 saw cotton gins I saw mill, 1 grist mill, 1 40-h. p. A.iae boiler, 1 25 h. p. Eclipse ..ngine. All in good shape. Seven miles vest of Pick tens court h...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 26 December 1907

'K6 Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Gents Walkover and Zeigler Shoe Call for Butterick Patterns. Pickens Sentinel-Jouruali, Happenings of a Local and Personal Nature. L Ib' mney Sweet Mixed Pickles 250 per qt at ? D. B. Cooper's. All gooda purchased from H1. Snider will be engraved free of charge. I Pare Newv Orleans svrup 50o b~e i gallon at D. B. Cooper 's. 8 lbs good parched coffee for $1.00 .'t D. B Cooper's. 'Cell and inspect H. Snider's line %f new jewelry, cut glass, and silver, all of which are, suitable for Christmus pres ents. ... 18 lbs granulated sugar for $1.00 at D. B. Cooper's. I Durk'ee's Salad dressing 8 oz bt tIes 85o at D. B. Coopera. Toys, f eworks and fruits at Cooperts. 4*1 500 stock of Dry GoodsI Am&dIttions for sale at cost at -the T. D. Harris stand for the next 30 days. B. P. MARTIN. I If holiday gifte express sentiment jewelry is the thing to gite. I have. a full line of qnality as well as quan titv. In this lot you will find out glass and silver for the bri...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 26 December 1907

rie' V, .1(~ CGHA T Revers il Now is the time to prepare your lan(I for a should have a Chattanooga Reversible Disc Pk It is the only successful Reversible Disc P1 operate on the hillsies or level land, in short, done. We have just received a car load of these right. Leaders i We will accept Clearing House certificate bought of us same as cash. heitm e g s r ow n in pA brance. Do not waitoo lng o make For the young folks and babies we -We have ? ,oo dolts to show you a and hamnocks from 25c to 75C. We has rather show you. A nice line of jewelry, a splendid Silver cups shown trom 5oc up. I kapanese hand painted Chinaware and painted Chinaware from 75< tianed. Lap writing desks from 75c to $3, saucers $1.25 per set. Water sets and from 25C to $ro. Manicure Cases up knives forks and spoons $ r .25 to $3 Do not forget Lowney's Candies. boxes. One fsh set at $6 is a beauty. Come to see us and we will make PICKENE DISC Plows nother crop, and to make your preparation thorough you w. Iri...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 2 January 1908

MAI. 'I 4,, .~~~~~ . , e- Api 2 gotre Ari 2, 903atPikeu,. .4As e1cwoad eaeat undetr sot of 0op6 o ad 8 89 - 4 Of~~ -Mra S um4 IAoti nto itfl o-uipit. 1 A Madisou avenue pastor who likes 40 be Arst In the eyed, ears and hearts of his congregatio4 had decasion to discuss. seriously with his curate -one of that young man's "habit4." "There have beer- qomplaints." said te pastor severely. "that you talk too tauch. Not gossip, understand--oh. no, apthing of that nort-but certain pa rlshioaers-have Sound you loquacious .V. long winded. Oiue might say. At ,a IL christening, at a wedding; at a funeral A* at -any- little meeting over which you may be called to preside you talk unuch-more thau is necessary. That snay in. time become asserious fault. Thero ae certain prescribed forms for those. ecauions, you know. *Now, if y Ipu would only keep Your discourse do'wn to the proper ien " T4e curate braced him f ' fight. -" could keep myself 'dwn"' he i - tirupted. "if I was alMded 'lo talk a litt...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 2 January 1908

Pidkon SontielJourn8 &MeHUBD EVXET TnURDAY MOnNIN4 --BY The Sentinel.Joural Company. THoMPSON & Rioxur. Paois. J. L. 0. THOMPSON, EDiTOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Bates Reasonabb antered at Pickens Fostoffloe as second Olai Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C.: THURSDAY, JANUaRY 2 1908. New Year Muggets. Start right. Wind up right. Keep to the right. Resolve and right about. Don't sham, but be real. Be content with the little you hav Think evil of none, but well of all Keep busy in order to be bealth3 Consistently add to what you hav got. Undertake something good a< stick to it. Redouble your eforts, show man liness there. Have push and get-up wind shoi that you're alive. If you break your resolve, dons give up in. drapair. - Advertise from the-start and mak your husirese thriv-. Break away from bad habits, evi companions and. bad bdOks. Cultivate courtesy, kindness, ebeer fulness, carefulness and 'pomptness Aim to be sothething, -4o .Sowe thing, get something and ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 2 January 1908

THE SENTINEL=JOURNAL/ Til SE I E J RN I uEntered April 28, 1908 at Piokens, 43. 0., as seoond class matter, under act of Congress of March 8, 1879. VOL. ZhIVl, lCIILI scUT CAOLINA, TIUZlAT, JANUIR21908 2, lo2 The Poultry Show and Fair. The 19th, 20th and 21st of Decem ber will be long remembered by a - great many people, but those wh, were the moving'epirits in the show will hail the time because of its mue. eestful fruition of tff.irts- -efforts which were started in the fall under -adverse circumstances and gibes of certain folks who couldn't tell a thoroughbred fowl from a buzztrd. E. H. Craig, J. N. Hallum, W. J. Bolt and- a few other. had faith in the enterprises and by their push, enter prise and ability to surmount diffleul ties; and with the. assistance of this newspaper, a handful of novices has pulled off an event of, which they might be justly proud-a show that would do credit to larger towns, an institute of knowledge of the bird family. whieh a fellow if let alone and l...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 2 January 1908

I061MHOD EVEflI THUNWAT MoiNG. -BY The Gontinolournal Company, TvoMPSON & Rionur. PnoPs. J. L. 0. THOMPSON, EDITOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Apnum. Advertising Rites Reasonable. fatered at Pickena FaftofRoe an Second Claus Mail Matter PICKEN8, 8. C. a THURSDAY,, JANUARY 2 1908. Salmagundi. "What are your views on curreno)?'" asked the busy citizen. "Mostly bad and reminiscent," answered the ma. who had been to the races.-[Wash ington Star. The hunting season in Wisconsin bas so far-resulted in the killing of thirty four men and the wounding of forty five. That is a startling record, compelling the observation 'that the state may have to prohibit all hunting simply as a matter of self preberva tion. The odors of backbone, sp reri , puddings" and sausages, thekind mother used to make, are- being I. orne on ldvery passing' bieeze. W6 get the odors, that's all-[I eneaWiellij Chrobild. A man seems4eP think if her can' be anything else he -can' ber a- yolfli cian, and maybe he is right....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 2 January 1908

Noti a M. Wants aps, lege. ,onesr ' 4 01 Co) h t at 5 cents per 3 "I.'t.~ .' ')-otbing taken' .09R SAl - w aOS, original fqrest, U miles no. (bt 4 Piokens, $80 an acre; acre e of Woodall Mountain,-10 o0 bhrahch bottom, balance in timber, 00$10 aere, cash deal. E. F. KUTn. .F. D., No. 4, Pickenp, S. Of A few first class sowing machines, Alislghy sixed to be solid at greatly re daedd prices. Also sewing machines re paired. Call at Craig Bros. o. P. Knight. Carload of Obelisk F..ar just received at H. A. Richey's. WANTED,-500 bushels - ease; will pay highest market price; cash or trade. nov. 6.tf Ashmore & Nimmons. Pay your guano bills at once. I' can not carry these nodounts any longer. Come to see us prepared to make settle. "et. H. A. RIOHEY. FOR SALE-Two 50 saw cotton gins, 1 saw mill, 1 grist mill, 1 40-h. p. AJins boler, 1 25 h. p. Eclipse tuglue. All in good shape. Seven miles west of Picke one court house at Garrett's store with ood framed house and all necessary Udings. W....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 2 January 1908

To -One s Paradise. 1ANU* wast that all to me, love, OW which my soul did pine .&.gvemenisle in the sea, love, A fauntain and a shrine, Ag mreath'd with fairy fruits and flowers, And all thetilowers were mine, A, oreamutoo bright to last! A, starry .Hop0! that didet arise :ir" 4o be overcast! & veice from out the Future cies, -40, 'ti"-but o'er the Past (Oit gulfl) my spirit hovering lies .eI motionless, aghast! Wor delad ala! wibh me Te light of light is o'erl -Va aore-no more- no more - ,Staab language holds the solemn sea Te e sands upon the shore) r5hbut btaom the thunder-blasted tree, Or the etricken eagle soarl ..*M. en my days are trances, ad Oi way nightly dreams .mes where thy dark eye dances Ael where thy footetep gleams - Vs .bat ethereal dancers, ..Sr what eternal streams! -Edgar Allan Poe. lRobley 0 Evans, Jingo. "lb. more one. learns about Bobley i. MEans the greater must he the -mfiiton hat he is mentally and sapermentaly ufit foi the nCbat .eWas delicate mIss...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 2 January 1908

Clting.s asadGn Walkover ~~andZile4h sc. Cohng, Hes a tif and vistin alkovinAnerso and reernvie HA.ig Bruc ancld esnalh holdas th Mr. B. isarertdite i LawrenceHDater and wife are visitn nrelatives n nEsey i. 3renilae sde, A. Norit, spent the olay dayies with ies n reatlles.n Wee hArue andurf, spent theoi odays with Mr. famil ofahet une O~ne visn wife areh vist Eina reativson aosley were3 nda happiey PareAh.JoeN . Miss Maud Robinone an excelhent pr.sin Picken hfis. &drltvs -rsA..rf Nas oe'hi ofGamily toe PChaten andf pe clnt thei dansewt hel famild y h A.le Bishey. Ovebihalffof the2peopleiof EParons wecorn wele where hapi. a.ieton,eeA agnes for P. olaig book and bienousintPhil adeSShad Aie anlents atya inollwn thrvco of rCaoined paies m' -ik.u i ncag of the GSeori as moe hiwil g to Pice-sandi ae or uing e tI hey Onbhl fth.epeo GOO BETTE E HEAR a lot of talk has ever felt it, TI pore everybody doe Our October and Novei years. The reason of this i Goods bought right sell thi Look o...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 2 January 1908

CHATTA Revers U Now is the time to prepare your land for another c should have a Chattanooga Reversible Disc Plow. Plows "A Cumin It is the only successful Reversible Disc Plow built operate on the hillsides or level land, in short, to be go done. We have just received a car load nf these plows an right. Heath=Bruce= Leaders in L We will accept Clearing House certificate on Colur bought of us same as cash. PICKENS W E Wish to Thank our Mans Liberal Patronage given u~ - 2 Words fail us whena we try to e We shall do our best to meril port during the coming year. Let us all join in Wishing Eve New Year. Very Res PICKEl=NS I NOOGA Disc Plows rop, and to make your preparation thorough you ' and a Coin' " it is simple in design, few in parts and easy to )d any where at any tine when plowing can be d a full list of repairs and we will make prices Morrow Co. ov Prices. nbia banks in payment of accounts or for goods DR UG CO. SFriends and "'atrons for the during the past year. xpress our app...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 9 January 1908

-H SENTINEL -JO RN Eutered 4pril 28, 1903 at Pickeunh, 1. (.. amueoond olass matter, uts.ir st of Of'& .on of Marci 8, ) x7 VOL. miill l'CiEi, BOUTS CAQLINA, THURSDAY, JANURY 9 M ',e That our American forests abound in plants which possess the most valuable medicinal virtues is abundantly attested by scores of the most eminent medical writers and teachers. Even the untu tored Indians had discovered the useful noe of many native plants before the advent of the white race.) '.iis informa tion, imparted freely to,$ e whites, led the latter to continuo investigations until to-day we have a rich assortment of most valuable American medicinal roots. Dr. Pierce believes that our Ameriean for ests abound in most valuable medicinal roots for the cure of Inost obstinate and fatal dis eases. it we would properly investigate them: and. in wnfirmation of this conviction, he points with pride to the almost marvelous cures effected by his t'Oolden Medical Dis covery." which has proven itself t...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 9 January 1908

Pfickons Sentinel-Joural PUBZJsHs nVIRN TuRonDA MOnNING. -BY The Sentinel-3ournal Company. TPOMPSON & Ricusr. PROPs. J. L. 0. THOMPSON, EDITOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. -ntered at Pickens FuStoflice au second ola8 Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C.: THURSDAY, JANUARY 9 1908. Look around you. There as not a co:nmunity in the county but what 4here are a lot of people livirig who do not take his paper. A neighbor on some side of you does not take it-go to him and persuade him to join the ranks. Our list could mighty easily e doubled if each one of our sub scribers would get just one new subscriber. This is not much of a task to ask you to perform. Why, S. H. Brown, Elisha Gilstrap and S. F, Curtis have each gotten 15 ot '20 new ones, and neither one has hardly miesed the time-and there are lots of others who have done. nearly as well. Get busy and each one of you. make up.,your mind to bring, or send, in two new iubscrib era by the let of February, 1908 ....

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 9 January 1908

.IE SE INEL IURNA Entered April 28, 1908 at Pickens, S. 0., as second class matter, under act of Congress of M1aroh 8, 1879. ZZL. V, If ICAII ROUTI MOLINA, THUARIDA, JANUUT 91908 .N, o Two of the Co Bab) V THESE ARE BRIGHT F1 We will publish two more next wi can publish the pictures. - N. D. Tayaor will be in his studio day thereafter uutil Februay let, 19of Tlis clontest closes V ebruary 1st 190 Street scene in Pickens du L R:OM GURE:_60 Superstion vs. Statesmanship. One great phii--sopheor -aid: .come not to brinag )-Hee (tm eart bue a reward " Niw, we know tht. hI .no signiflinee in J.*ns' dity. As a 'have man narr tivs to Aho v, F -was a peace-mak4r, as shown by Hi .driving the devil out of the peop -int. the Swine, aned then attracted Il muention of the people )y emplovit 4hem to help drive the hogs into ti uiver. Jesus waa living ahead of H ejiy. He foresaw ia gosp-l wou bintg a reward He saw .John 1 heaededl, Paul ex-ented, and thousan< ,of othersa burnt at the stake for I...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 9 January 1908

Picdns SenUnel-JourMl PUBIJBaIED EVERY TIJUR8DAY MORNINo, -BY The Sentinel-Jourmal Company. TiOMPsoN & ReEr. PRoPS. J. L. U. TifMPO1N. EDIToR. rSubscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rites Reasonable. Gntered at Pickens Fustoice as Second 0lass Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C.: THURSDAY, JANUARY 9 1908. BEVERLY OF GRAVSTARK By GEORGE BARR WCUTCHEON. Author of "Graesark" Copyright. 190., by Dodd. Mead and Cbuipany CHAPTER XVIII. EVERLY was speechless. "Of course, your hightiess," said Baldos, deep 'apology 'In his voice. "lHavone is woefully misinformed. He is.vhonest -in thisbe- . Mef, and you should not misjudge rhis motives. How he could llave been so blind as to confound you wIth that frisky American girl-but I beg your pardon. She Is to be your guest. A thousand pardons, your highness." Sh'e had been struck dumb by the wording of the note, but his apparently sincere apology for his friend set her every emotion into play once more. While lie wias speaking her wits were forming t...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 9 January 1908

Ohl~den suidsOandy. - Give .children plenty of gur 'uga'r, taffy and butter scotch and they'll have little need 'of cod liver oil, shys Dr. Woods Hutchinson In, Woman's Home Companion. In short, sugar Is, after meat, bread and butter, easily our next most it ortant tnd necessary food. Yotr#J'n put the matter to a test very easily. Just leave off the pie, pudding or other desserts at your lunch or midday dinner. You'll be as - tonished to find how quickly you'll feel "empty" again and how "unfin ished" the meal will seem. You can't get any workingman to accept a din ner pall without pie In it. And he's absole:tly right. The only thing that can take the place of sugar here is beer or wine. It is a significant fact that the free lunch counters run in connection with bars furnish every Imaginable thing except sweets. Even the restaurants and lunch grills at tached to saloons or bars often refuse to serve desserts of any sort. They know their business! The more sugar and sweets a man tak...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 9 January 1908

As we go to press we are grieved to learn of the death of Eugene Alexander, which occurred late yesterday after noon. Turkich Farriery. Turkish horseshoes are simply a flat plate of Iron with a hole In the middle. fu his volume of "Personal Adven tures" Colonel J. P. Robertson de- I scribes the extraordinary method of I preparing the horse to be shod. The farrier takes a good long rope, doubles it and knots i loop at the end to about the size of a good large horse I collar. This is put over the horse's head after the manner of a horse col - r, the knot resting on the horse's i hest. Then the two ends of rope are brought between his legs. Each rope, then taken by a man, Is hitched on to the fetlocks of his hind legs and brought through the loop in front: then by a hard, steady pull the hind hgs are drawn tip to the fore legs, and the 1 horse falls heavily on his side. All four feet are then tied together by the fetlocks, the horse is propped up on his back, and the farrier sits quiet...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 9 January 1908

4 i0on Soltinl-dournal Hapt 'nine n 'it e% Local au Personal Nature. Mrs A. .1.., coutmues slo~lv to hnpr a.* Mrs. J. T. Partridge continues quite sick. School opt ned Monday without a bitch, just where they quit off before the bolidays. Misq - Thomason, of Rock Hill, is visiting her brother, Claude, and sis. ter, at the Pickens Iola. The storehouse and -dwelling of Mrs. M. J. Chapman, at Liberty, n as destroyed by fire Sunday night. Go out to the Baptist church Fri day n'ght and contribute something to the Obristmas offering for China, .The many friends of Edwin Earle will learn with deli ht that he is im pioving. They hope for l4im a speedy recovery. Re. Davis, the new pastor, preach ed an excellent sermon at Se one, Sunday, to an eppreclative congre. gation. Married, at the resdeuce of the officiating minister, Rev. B. Holder, Thursday, Dec. 26, Miss Evie Lysibh and Robert Jones. The Pickens Chapter U. D. C. will hold a very interesting mestiug Fri day next, at 3.30 p. m.; at the...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 9 January 1908

CHATTA Revers ble_ Now is the time to prepare your land for another crc should have a Chattanooga Reversible Disc Plow. Plows "A Cumin' It is the only successful Reversible Disc Flow built, operate on the hillsides or level land, in short, to be goo( done. We have just received a car load of these plows and right. - Heath=Bruce= Leaders in L We will accept Clearing House certificate on Colun bought of us same as cash. PICKENS I WE Wish to Thank our Many Liberal Pa-ronage given us Words fail us whena we try to en We shall do our best to merit port during the coming year. Let us all join in Wishing Evers - New Year. Very Resp: PICKENS E NOOGA Disc Plows . p, aad to make your preparation thorough you and a Coin' t is simple in design, few in parts and easy to I any where at any time -when -plowing can be a full list of repairs and we will make prices Morrow Co.. ow Prices. bia banks in payment of accounts or for gooal )R UG CO. Friends and "atrons for the luring the past year. press ou...

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