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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 December 1922

mm •""'"Y '.'V Rusk Cherokeean VOL. 4 RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1922 NO. 25 i i V rt GIFT NOVELTIES If you'll only stop at my little shop Some day when passing by, You'll find it neat, the stock complete, And prices not too high. We have gifts and favors for Christmas. For weddings and birthdays, too; Come and see for yourself, on every shelf. Is something attractive for you. THE GIFT SHOP tTiCrs. J. F. Johnson When Do We Have Lights? That is the question that has been uppermost in the minds of a lot of folks for a uumber of days past. It has not only been on the minds of the users but also on tne minds of the Light Company officials; they have been troubled more than the consumer. For some time they have been facing the situation of a demand for current above the capacity of their plant to supply, and they were unable to get the . needed difference from the Asylum plant, so they purchased a new dynamo of 37 kilowat capacity to use with that already in the p...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 December 1922

mwm vBm&mh *A K) '} V ' THE RUSK CHEROKEBAN - M- MB j'?. IHP ■} ■. ICUiANS water >u re Relief LL-ANS 25i AND 75* PACKAGES EVERYWHERE victims rescued Kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles are most dangerous because of their insidious attacks. Heed the first warning they give that they need attention by taking LATHROP'S FROM LAXATIVES haarlkm oil CA ->SULtS The world's standard remedy for these disorders, will often ward off these dis- eases and strengthen the body against furtherattacks. Three sizes,alldruggists. Look for th« nam* Gold Modal on ovory box and aecapt no Imitation L 1ACHER y# Jalm Sold at all first <1 ass Drug Stores. Cut this out and send for FREE SAMPLE to E. W. VACHER, he., NewOrleant, La. Oisosvsry by telentlata Has Rsplaced Them. PUls sad raits give temporary re- lief from constipation only at the ex- pense of permanent Injury, aaya an eminent medical authority. Science haa found a newer, better way—a means as simple as Nature Itself. In perfec...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 December 1922

m ih'ft fe. Lis he sh a y- i i n* Hi vua on ck. k&m - THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN ALL THAT INTERESTED HIM Small 3oy Wai "Here," and the Rett of the Matter Wai Not of Importance. MARY GRAHAM BONNER. corrnoMi 11 wiwttH NtWAMi ohion FAIRY QUEEN'S THOUGHTS w ESPECIAL HiTEHEST IMPORTANT NEWS OF THE EN- TIRE WEEK REDUCED FOR BUSY READERS FOREIGN— Dr. Karl Wirth, former German | Chancellor, who resigned on Nov. 14t plana to make a tour o( the United States early next year. Gabriel Narutowlcz, Minister of Foreign Affairs, has been elected President of Poland by the National Assembly. An engineer and a storekeeper of the American steamship President Jackson have betn sentenced to six months' imprisonment at Hongkong on a charge of trading in arms. —o— Marquis de Alhucemas of Madrid, on behalf of the Liberal parly de- clined to form a new Cabinet to succeed that of Sanchez Guerra, which has resigned. -o— Sir Keith Smith, famous British aviator, who flew from England to Australia, plans to fly aro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 December 1922

u J 11.50 Three Months M i at expiration of sabscrlp- Mop. Mo paper "forced" on anyone. Cntered aa second-claw maMor July lti. SM, at the poatofflce at Busk. Texas, under he Act of March 8.187B. I Intended tor publication should be slgaed. Address matter for the newspaper The Rusk Cherokeean Rusk, Texas. At a meeting of the Baptist church membership held on Wednesday, Dec. 13, the matter ef the location of their new church was taken up. It was voted to build the new church on the prop- erty they are at present occupy- ing and not on their lots down near the Cotton Belt depot. Af- ter the first of the new year it is quite likely they will take up the question of building. Wonder if we had better call the attention of the grand jury to some pilfering that is being done by the Alto correspondent of the Ft. Worth Star Telegram? It seems that he took our poultry show complete to Alto and sent in a news item to his paper to the effect that it belonged there. We are glad they liked the sho...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 December 1922

mm Want Advertisements QUAINT CHRISTMAS CUSTOMS Cut Flowers and Floral Offerings Cupid Play* Part In Many of tht Su- perstition* That Art still Oivait Consideration. ACn. W. L. Martin, Editor, Phone 69 Wednesday Club Xmas Tree. The Wednesday Club had their annual Xmas tree at the W. E. Sloan home Wednesday after- noon. The tree was in the recep- tion hall and was very lovely. The home was very Xmasy with its greens and holly. Many of the club owing to sickness were unable to be there. Those pres- ent were: MesdamesW. S. Bon- ner, Frank Guinn, Louis Butler, Sam Smith, Thomas Shearon, W. H. Shook, W. L. Martin, F. M. Priest, Tom Frazier and the host- ess, Mrs. W. E. Sloan. Marriage Licenses. The following marriage licens es were granted by County- Clerk P. M. Priest from Dec. 14 to Dec. 21, 1922. Richard Lefton Cora Thacker B. T. Robertson Minnie Bailey Bob Washburn Gladys Berry George Price Evaline Whittle Charlie Tower Carrie Watson Clarence Colley Anel Watters Basil Atkinson Mabel ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 December 1922

tm 'd* ^ •; •♦i!*v.-.-. * -/ •£<<, •>'-'>■ $&£'*• ' **>«-' \ • - > ^i" vfcWjli, w ••:/.V4.X.'-:; r-5^ ?'': jj|-' jjjjj * w WHSRr. " .■: ' ;• *r> -• * . ... . , (,," . , ;■,., «K rHRPOKFRAN ~ 11 m f fft I Mountain snow- l\ By JOHN DICKINSON SHERMAN OVER my cabin on Twin Sisters' slope In the Rocky Mountain National Hark Rides the December moon in blue- black sky To light the Old Year out, the New Year in. Tahosa—"Valley Tops—" All rimmed about clad peaks. Is dazzling with new-fallen snow; Its cup Brims over with the silv'ry radiance. Across Tahosa Valley looms Longs Peak, •King of the Rockies," with Its tow'ring crown itop Its monstrous, dark, grim precipice i-glltter in the flood of silver light. Behind me rise The Twins to timberllne, Recumbent In silhouette as If carved By the chisel of the Master Sculptor— 1 part and parcel of a perfect whole Manned by the Master Architect himself. Perfected through the ages by His will— That with sheer beauty makes the h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 December 1922

$skk THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN The Case and The Girl A 8UDDEN CHANGE SYNOPSIS.—Answering an adver- tisement calling (or a young man willing to engage In service of dan- ger. Matthew West, ex-service man just returned from France, where he had been captain of engineers, meets Natalie Coolldge, writer of the advertisement, &i)d without be- ing instructed as to his probable duties, is engaged by her, and that same evening Introduced to her friends as her fiance. That night, In the Coolldge home, West is star- tled by the appearance In his room of a young woman, whom he takes t< be Natalie, but who escapes be- fore he can be sure. Next morning Natalie tells West she has been troubled by some woman, apparent- ly her double, who has been Im- personating her. Percival ('oolldne. Natalie's uncle and guardian, ap- parently Is disgruntled by West's appearance as Natalie's fiance, and the feeling of antagonism is mutual. CHAPTER Ill—Continued. —4— t It whs not at all probable the satchel cont...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 22 December 1922

in wM it tv1;-'. Wgpf?, OF BETTER PICTURES" DEC. 22 JAPPY RICKS*' A Mighty Good Picture. \/1 * y $1 11 I I i v SATURDAY, DEC. 23 FRED STONE: A Big Western. 0c OUR XMAS WEEK SPECIALS: Monday and Tuesday, Dec. 25-26 Gloria Swarisort in "HER GILDED CAGE." One of the Season's Best. W ednesday Pauline Frederick in "TWO KINDS OF WOMEN" Thursday "CALL OF THE NORTH" See the Mounted Police of the Frozen Regions of the North. Friday "At the End ol the World" A BIG SPECIAL Saturday Jane Novak in "COLLEEN OF THE PINES" This is a Program that can't be beat. We need your support and co-operation. Come to see us. Ja NOW Is the Time to Bake That FRUIT CAKE. C. E. JAY has al the ingredients to make it a success; such as Citron, Orange and Lemon Peel, Glace Cherries. Candied Pineapple, Smyrna Figs, Nuts, Etc. NEW ARRIVALS A full line of "Lyndon" and "Club House" brands of Preserves, and Canned Fruits and Vegetables. Try a can of "All Gold" Fruit Salad.—IT'S GOOD. C. E. JAY East Side Grocer PHONE 2-3 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 29 December 1922

m urn The Rusk Cherokeean VOL. 4 RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1922 NO. 26 DIST. GOORJ GRIND Holiday Season Puts Brake on Ac- tivities of Court The State of Texas vs W. L. Hanie, murder, verdict not guilty. State vs Bud Stockton, trans- porting intoxicating liquor, 1 year in penitentiary. Lonnie Hall vs Audrey Hall, divorce granted. Hattie Hill vs Gerald Hill, di- vorce granted. Cora Vining vs Joe Vining, di- vorce granted. The case of the state vs Sam Stanley charged with the murder of Gus Flemmings is on for trial today. A large number of wit- blesses are on hand and among them several from Houston coun- ty where the accused formerly lived. We note H. C. Rudd, M. C. English, G. W. Ashby, Louis Green, Joe Green, and A.bb Drem- men from Houston county and W. L. Liles and N. B. Neeley of Alto. Standing of Candidates. The standing of the candidates in the Cherokeean Subscription Contest was as follows on Thurs- day morning, Dec. 28 Miss Thelma Finley 9600 Miss Oze...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 29 December 1922

$//' * t ' r, / -'■••.'■c, i*• ,/; Ifef \. v ;i'v>- v< }*'\ {* <! ' f>" \ '' " • , :>') ■ ,". ■ ■ ->■ : • ' - •• ••'■■ :■ . ; i ^ .: • r •- #■-, WM f \ >KEEAN V' — mm (llffi iiS ¥ f mi 51 I I §g$S$ &P&S tE ATTEMPT TO REMOVE EVIDENCE OF OEAD BODIES 18 ALLEGED ti) . THE LAKE WU DYNAMITED Unidentified Persons' Action Retultf •n Decomposed Corpses Arising to Water's Surface Mer Rouge, La.—Relatives and friends partially identified tb« bod- ies of two wire-bound men cast up by Lake LaFourche as Watt Daniels ind Thomas Richards, missing since kidnaped by hooded men four months figo. Buckles and bits of clothing were said to have been recognized by several who viewed the bodieB. The bodies were placed by the coroner of Morehouse into the hands of A. E. Farland, chief investigator of the Department of Justice, and brought here under military guard to await the arrival of a pathologist from New Orleans, en route, who will determine whether the men were killed bef...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 29 December 1922

"•=> lift <ut lit I ai- ling liis- SeS. [the Irs* |old |>K, >1# I No we | lie. ow, for- Ife's pear liere puty of III a Ipro- |wel- the Ipro- Istas 1 The leiis- a IdjlC- 1 toll. of | loriK he klnne J Cioti lie. 1 lels- Iwltlv and |!o a |mist,. new | time few ng to the set- lil the p—nil age r ) wmm Warn THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN hu- rou Ian Mil MURDER? SYNOPSIS.—Answerlnsr an adver- tisement calling for a young man willing to engage in service of dan- ger, Matthew West, ex-service man Just returned from France, where he had been captain of engineers, meets Natalie Coolidge, writer of the advertisement, and without be- ing instructed as to liis probable duties, is engaged by her, and thai same evening Introduced to her friends as her liance. That .night, in the Coolidge home, West Is star- tled by the appearance in lus room of a young woman, whom he takes to be Natalie. Next morning Na- talie tells West she lias been trou- bled by some woman, apparently her double, who has been ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 29 December 1922

ms-WHtSSm 531 n&xd tf 'j. f \ • v ![ S i \ I _ I at expiration of sttW'iip- No paper "forced" ou anjonr. Entered us second-elans bjutter July 10. Hi, at the postofflee at KuhU. T«xui>, uuckir he Act ol March 3. 1S79. I Matter Intended tor pnllicatlou should be Signed. Address matter for the newspaper The Rusk Cherokeean Rusk, Texas. After Christmas seals come au- to seals, then poll tax seals; then there is nothing left in the pock- etbook to seal. The Alto Herald at the con elusion of a wedding write-up says: "and may nothing but the holiday spirit prevail with them all through their coming life time." Whatcha mean "Holi- day Spirit" Handin' each other packages all the time? Don't you think a grievous er- ror was made in setting Educa- tional Week for the early part of December? Americans will have lots more time for reflection and world went to war a ago there was a sort of in values that had va- but slightly for a long time Since t' e war ended a great many people have ref...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 29 December 1922

in w f n Soctety and Clubs ITtCn. W. L. Martin, Editor, Phone 69 □□□ Masquerade Parly. The Campfire Girisgave a mas- querade party at the Louis But- ler home Tuesday night. The house was decorated with Xmas greens and there was a Tree on which were stockings filled with candy and nuts for 3ach one. Hot chocolate and sand- wiches were served and games were played and prizes were giv- en to the winners in various con- tests. Those enjoying this hos- pitality were Misses Ethel Gib- son, Eula Belvin, Thelma Pevo- to, Bessie Looney, Thura Hop- kins, Linda Bonner, James Gram- mar^ Mary Nell Odom, Mildred Shearon, Lois Slayden, Evelyn Guinn, Evelyn Wightman, Eve- lyn Simmons, Evelyn Jay, Opal Greenlee, Hazel Butler; Messers Wyatt Summers, Edgar Ford, Er- nest Andrews, Chester Gifford, Howard Naylor. George Holder, Summers Norman, Bonds Looney, Leslie Murphy, Pope liuinn, Car- ol Gregg, Luther Garner, Gerald Chapman, Jewel McGuire, Louis Butler, Sessions James. Mr. and Mrs. A. Ford Entertai...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 29 December 1922

vjv'w; ii { , * 1 M) = SssSP ' '' ^ wmi : BUSK CHKROKEEAN ISSijSSp^ I-RU-I nag yekismo lir.MfcthiM, Hups tin WedidBB with Her fa Vis. Carl Llnder, R. F. D. No. 2, Box 44, Dawel, Minnesota, writes: "I want to thank you for your kindness and the good your remedy did me years ago. I am perfectly well and visiting fn Spokane, Wash. Were it not for Pe-ru-na I would not have been able to make this trip. I always take your medi- cine with me for safety should I take cold. Praise to Pe-ru-na." As an emergency remedj for everyday ills, Pe-ru-na has been in use fifty years. TABLETS OR LIQUID SOLD EVERYWHERE tfvffiRSHinrs P (hillTonic SOLD SO YEARS — A FINE GENERAL TONIC If MtMldby yoar druggist, writ# WlnlersalUiChemical Co., LoulevlUe, &j, Not What He Thought. Til show you an old, old tintype of the family," said she coyly, leading me Into the living room. "Ah," thought I, "a sweet, old-fashioned maid! Lovely echo from the romantic past. Hers should be a background of hollyhocks, sweet W...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 29 December 1922

wpim 1$SP: ■ -<v THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN ' ' i ■ . r. id *8 re )©■ d- •st on )c* )li 111! lb. VI on th« gi« uo Merchant Now Eats Anything on Table "By the help of Yaaiac I hnve over- come a case of nervous indigestion I hud suffered from for ten or twelve years," Is the emphatic statement of Norman W. Brown, well-known wall paper and paint dealer, of 213 N. Cedar St., Charlotte, N. C. "My stomach was always out of fix und everything disagreed with ine. I was troubled with heartburn and dizzi- ness, and at times there was n pres- sure of gas around my heart that al- most cut off my breath. "Since taking Tanlac my digestion is fine. My appetite is a wonder and I eat just anything I want. In fact, my stomach acts and feels just like a new one and my nerves are as steady as a die. To put it all in a few words, I am Just the same as a new man. It's a pleasure for me to tell my friends about Tanlac." Tanlac is sold by all good druggists —Advertls"m*>rit. The Modern Youth. Two flappers w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 29 December 1922

, ^ K-iV,../ wi« •• ■■« i."' -. ^'v.'-V •' ' V«'; |K to thank all my customers who have traded with me during the year 1922, for the nice business they have given me, and hope for a continuance of same for the New Year. SERVICE and QUALITY C. E. JAY Phone 23 The Iron Mountain Dairy D. S. LEWIS, proprietor Delivers milk and cream every night and morn- ing to Rusk people. The quality of the milk is excellent and we try to serve you faithfully and well. We ask^ for your patronage and try to merit same by giving you value for every dollar spent with us. Try Us for Milk and Cream. LET US "PUT A BEE IN YOUR BONNET" You cau get Good Service, the Best of Meats, a Good line of Groceries, Fruits, and Vegetables at our market. We Will Appreciate Your Patronage. Phone 168. M. B. ELLIS Rusk, Texas Southwest Corner of Square id Leaves. With the exception of some colds the health of this commu- nity is quite good. John Halbert and family of Rusk visited in this community Saturday night. An enterta...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 29 December 1922

*1MT PAGE r w Refunding Preposition. Editor Chesokeean: In your issue of last week, there waa an article entitled "The Other Si ie of the Re- funding Proposition " The peo- ple appreciate your effort in try- ing to get before them matters el a public nature from an un- biased standpoint. What the people ought to Know is the truth without regard to any side or angle. For that reason, the facts and figures based on the official record is here given on the above matter. The record will be found ip the Minutes of Commissioner's Court, in Book H, pages 270 to 280, inclusive. In order that the matter may be properly understood, it is necessary to begin at the be- ginning. On June 11, 1918, this county issued $150,000.00 of 6 per cent road and bridge war- rants. On February 11, 1919, there was another issue of $35,000.00, making a total of $191,000.00. This is what the county put up, exclusive of the road districts, to build the Jim Hogg and other highways. In 1924, this account had been p...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 29 December 1922

: < ■ t ■ m vtr&x*5 H. O. WARD Editor ud PublUkar Entered u second-ctaM matter, July II, 1919, at the poatoffice at Rusk, Tuu, under the Act ot March 8, U7S. HMpB not one that gives qoipt. yon i® dirt on the IT DRIVES OUT WORMS The surest Bign of worms in children is paleness, lack of interest in play, fretful- ness, variable appetite, picking at the nose and sudden starting in Bleep. When . mptoms appear it is time to give White's Cream Vermifuge. A few doses "V. mwm OFFICE PHONE 316 SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $ 1.50 Six Months .75 Three Months .40 The bootleggers best friend is the jury. The greatest compliment that can be paid you is to have some people say that they don't even know you. o The trouble with eggnog lies in the fact that you can taste the egg so long after the other ef- fects have dissappeared. drives out the worms and puts the little one on the road to health again. White's Cream Vermifuge has a record of fifty years of successful use. Price35c. Sold by Mo...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 29 December 1922

•j&K'' \ ( ■all Ind i ffM-'r">'■ f a# ,: ■• ■ '• &&W\i' - "v m <M0m\ Hot Prices! Atteiition Tomato Growers: Tiese Prices for Saturday, Jan'y. 8th. G. G. Domestic, 5 yds for White Grarite Buckets, 10 qt. White Comllnets for only 14 qt. Gray inamei Dish Pan - Good four-stnnd Broom* only Matches, 5 bates for only Bonnie B Talcim Powder Ladies' Fiber Sik Hose, 2 pr. Personal Items "Say It With FIow«r«." Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral designs. Mrs. Lee Ross, Phone 53. S G. Kerr visitor. was a Jacksonville R. V. Roach attended a family reunion at his old home in Hen- derson, the first of the week, J. F. Gray made a business trip to Tylej and Henderson the latter part of last week. % B. G. Kelley and son, C. C., of Waco, came in yesterday to look after their interests in this section. Mrs. G. B. Holder, of Mt. Pleasant, was a visitor in the B. F. Sherman home, Tuesday night. Edgar Priest left last week,! for Lubbock, where he expects to visit indefinit...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 29 December 1922

-rtmag • ' i\ r \ % \ t f ' I fA. ySM! larriage of Miss Thura daughter of Clarence Hopkins of Weather- rand Mr. Mack Huffaker of Palls, took place at the le of the bride's aunt and :ie, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Car- Bill, of Lafayette Street, Port Worth, Saturday evening. Preceeding the ceremony, Mrs. Walter Brydon cf Albu- querque, New Mexico, life-long friend of the bride, sang ''And Yet" accompanied at the piano | by Mrs. Chas. H. Newman, aunt! of the bride, Miss Helen Fritz playing a violin obligato. As Mrs. Newman played the bridal chorus from Lohengrin, little Miss Jane Hopkins, sister of the bride, entered, bearing the ring on a heart-shaped pil- low. The bridegroom and his best man, Marvin Edgemon, of Waco, entered, being followed by Miss Virginia Vandiver. The bride entered on the arm of her father, who gave her in marriage. Rev. E. H. Lightfoot, pastor of the Ailington Heights M. E. Church read the double-ring ceremony, while the soft strains of Tramerei were rendered by Mrs. Ne...

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