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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 2 October 1908

> iRS aKR + ar o + v mar w N a a1 aV1 aYy aYVe iVi THE HOME CIRCLE COLUMN Pleasant Evening Reverks > A Column Dedicated to Tired Mothers u They Join tire Home Circle at Evening Tide Crude Thought from the Editorial Pen 1 The French say it requires the presence of three generations to L make a perfect home and we are glad see that the grandmother is b e coming more highly appreciated in Y 4this country as she no longer con fines herself to the chimney corner and lior knitting but takes a kindly interest in all that goes on keeps mind and body disciplinedstudy by and active usefufulness partici potion in what is going on around her and is careful of her appear appearI ance as when she was a young girl HGRANDMA ON MATRIMONY Matrimony is not wholly a fail ure or success It is not a failure for the masculine member of the contracting party if the femenine side of the house will stay at home enough to attend her household du ties In nine cases out of ten it used to be he married a w...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 9 October 1908

I ffitl rt t1 fX ffi < Y T7JJ r fjf THE I MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE jCtl nrf 1L 1 L IIi 4 ° k i tg J r 4 Bntured as SecondClass Mnttor Friday Vohiuarv l th 1M lit the PostolHou nt Harbourvlllo Knox County Ky under Act of Congress of March 3nl 187B r i L MuTUlhrjjivK Knit Olin PHIKNIIR Do TUB OUKATEST AMOUNT or Ooon WK DAN TO TIIK LAKOKST NUMIIRK or PEOPLE t > Terms 100 Per Yea in Advance 1 BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY OCTOBER 9 1908 = Fifth Year Vol 5 No 35 y DR BEN L BRUNIRI It Delivered Powerful Address at their r ri Courthouse Monday Afternoon In Interest of National v f tI I Large Audience Listened Full Hour While Issues Were Forcefully Discussed and Explained 1 Strongest Speech Delivered Here in Many a Dov Last Monday afternoon the audience room of the courthouse was crowded and many were i compelled to Stand while they listened to the strong convinc Bruy ner Secretary of State as he 3 discussed the issues of the Na r tiunal campaign N Dr Bruner is recognized ns one r tof the lea...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 9 October 1908

i L e t c c oi W 1 j THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky Yol Entered as SecondClass Matter February lothi 1001 at tho 1oatofflco at Darbourvllle Ry l t I under Act of Congress of March I 3rd 1879 EDITOR AND PUBLISHER V D WILL CLARK l Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody I 14Is Is the number for those desiring to communicate with this office by phone Ring up Central and ask for number You will then be connected direct with this office if you have The Camp Ground Telephone service M The Official Organ of the Republican Party in Kaex Conaty > NOTICE TO CANDIDATES 1 Our advertising rates for candidates an noun cement for County officers are IS OO each and the cash muit accompany tbe t order ire are glad to makn your announce 0 ment for you but you must comply withe these tormo to Insure your announcement to appear D W CLAnK Editorh I 0 CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENTS 0II If For Circuit Judge We are authorized to announce HOSyiLLIAM LEWIS ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 9 October 1908

ZS fSSw1 n Z vr y r > < wfJf A 1i 3 4 J SUPPLEMENT TO I J The Mountain Advocate Bsrbourvllle Ky Friday Oct 9 190a JJI BRYAN RIGHT FOR ONCE William Jennings Bryan has mado n discovery which Indicates that ho may yet become able to recognize a ilaln economic truth whon ho meets It rIntho upon light of day Tho Re twbllcans ho shouts have made a record on labor questions and tho Re t publican party cannot escape from tl that record itior onco in the course of his spec ttacular and erratic career Mr Bryan t IH right The Republicans haVo mado n record on labor questions and tlio Republican party has no desire to es > cape from it It Is a story of suc cessful effort in behalf of industrial liberty which has no parallel In the history of mankind Tho first chap ter of tho Republican record was r written with tho sword in a war which destroyed the institution of slavery and thus gave living force to the selfevident truth proclaimed by thefuthors that all men aro created freo That mom...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 9 October 1908

t Qw H = + w rc 1 e r fi n sE r h if + Sy 1 taT br r > F7i ri f f 1 POLICIES THAT MAKETl F AMERICAN FARMERS RICH ml O ce What Republican Administrations I Have Done to Build Up in v Our Agriculture I a l tI 1111 ACHIEVEMENTS OF SCIENCE the cr 1 1h Expense Which the Itrynn Platform u VlCnlls Unnecessary and Waste c < E ful Consists In Large Part of n IIUI Used In Research ntc > Home and Abroad For the Farm II k crs IleneiK Tnft in Favor of cc This Policy and Will Maintain It firat Its Present Klllclency cl tho It Is not alone In building up nome h markets for the American farmer and SI keeping those markets for him when for kbullt up that Republican Congresses e rr and administrations have aided the 1 k farmer to become prosperous and In tit dependent The Increased expendi 1J n 1JfJ ° ° which according to the Bryan plat plattt tt form are unnecessary and waste expensesi i Incurred by tho Department of Agri culture In scientific research at homo = and abroad for the farmers b...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 9 October 1908

j rM nOq Ij i d j n Jrv s1yr r tXIf > 1 i H a Ii 1 < THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE I f I D W CLARK EDITOR l l BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY i O SUBSCRIPTION PRICE I One Year in advance r advanco1OJ a 31r13 399 r 98EEEtEEE i PERSONALS 11 m I 1ft Around Towna EEEJt t J It Jones made a business l1otHhyr Mother Powers wont to Brush Creek this Week on a visit Miss Joan Easley has gone to ir to NeW York to enter a college I i of iuusl ct Mrs 0 H Baker left Wednes day afternoon on a visit tor rela tives in Tennessee i Mr Jasper Willis of Cannon was in town Wednesday and paid < the Advocate office a very pleas 1 f ant call J lI Mays left Tuesday morn j ing for Oklahoma onIG business IL trip and will be alsent probably r two weeks r i Judge Geo W Stone closed a six weeks term of court here J Wednesdy and left for his home t in Litchfieldr el LitchHeldP r P 0 Kennedy of Monticello 7 visited the family of his father 11 ti inlaw Col W R Hughes the s firstOf the week S Mrs R W Cole and daughter Miss Ro...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 9 October 1908

tf1f iJk IftII1 c 0 J 1 i1IN0 I j r Old Sore Cut Burn Antiseptic 1r 1 1 r Cures the Old Sores that other remedies wont cure Relieves the Pain of a Burn instantly A New Discovery 4 h by Dr Porter an Old Railroad Surgeon t25c packages free 4at your nearest Drug Store We have mode arrangements with the majority of the local Druggists by which they will give away free n limited number of regular 25 cent packages of Dr Porters Antiseptic Healing Oil as n meant of introducingthe remedy to those who have never used It To be iurc of getting a free sample call on your Drulllst to d w tj r11The PARIS MEDICINE COMPANY 262230 Pine St St Louis Mo manufacturers of LAXATIVE HROMO t < QUININE and other standard preparations have a new discovery that far surpasses anything ever placed on the market for old sores cuts burns and all wounds When Marconi stated that he could send messages across the ocean without a wire or cable the world did not believe it if we were to tell you that l Dr o Porters ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 16 October 1908

0 A Ta At < 1i > rf1 > k < THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Entered OH SecondClass Mnttur Friday Kobnar 10th 11101 at the PostolHco lit Harlwurvlllc Knox County Ky under Act of Congress of March 3rd 187tt ± r MOTTO MVK Knit Own KitiKNnfl Do TUB OIIKATEHT MOUNT or GOOD WE CAN TO TUB LAIUIBHT NPMIIBII or PCorLEa c = M Terms 100 Per Year in Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY OCTOBER 16 1908 Fifth Year Vol 5 No 36 p4r JESSIE D TUGGLf < Announces For Common z wealths Attorney in j T This District t In tho announcement of Jesse X v D Tuggle of this city for the office of Commonwealths Attor Hey of this the 27th Judicial District the people of Kim x county and in fart the entire district feel that they have a man on whom all Republicans can unite and in whom the arm of the law will rest in perfect + safety Mr Tuggle was born pf pan r y parents but with that determi nation to rise began in ea ly life to work his way to honor After he had completed his studies in the rural district sch...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 16 October 1908

I THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE z Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky I Entered aa SecondClass Matter February 10th lOOi at tho Postofflco at DarboUrvlllc Ky I under Act of Congress of March 8nl IBiD D WILL OLARKH HMMEDITOR ND PUBLISHER t Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody kA 14Is Is the number for those desiring to communicate with this office by phone Ring up Central and ask for number You will then be connected direct with this ofllce if you have The Camp Ground Telephone service 14 i 1 The Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox Connty I NOTICE TO CANDIDATES Our advertising rates for candidates I1n nouncoraonts for County otllcers tire 500 iI each ana the cash must accompany tho r order wo are Kind to inukn your announc mont for you but you must comply with 1 I ft those terms to insure your announcement to appear D W OIAHK Editor f CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENTS jOANDIDATJ tFor Circuit Judge It Wo are nuthorlzod to announco HON WILLIAM LEWIS of Laurel C...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 16 October 1908

a 7jPyp V iBl 1 i J1 L 4 M1 1 y 4 P K f V < 1 t J yiw1 r 4 OPPLEMENT TO The Mountain Advocate c Barbourvllle Ky Friday Oct 16 1908 P f 1 James Duncan Second In Command to Samuel I Gompers Writes a Letter Declaring the Absolute Independence From Parti sanshlp of the American Fed eration of Labor James Duncan First VlcePresl t dent of the American Federation of Labor and International Secre t taryTreasurer of the Granite Cut S yr tors International Association of t America has sent out numerous C r identical letters declaring the ab solute independence from partisan I ship of the American Federation of t Labor The letter Is written on cJ the stationery of the Granite Cut r ters Union Mr Duncan is next J in command of tho American Fed t eration of Labor to Mr Gompors r and his letters are a direct repudi B ation of tho attitude of the Presi I dent of tho American Federation t ot Labor in taking tho organization f Into politics and exerting his influ t once to elect Bryan and Kern Mr...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 16 October 1908

I 1 c C1 C i 0 n = MiJr7 j t > + Ily wiY7 Ii SHERMANS SPEECH 41 Analysis of Republican and tI 1 c Democratic Records i < tBRYAN INFINITE IN VARIETY I I < N 1 Always Ready to Dangle Some New I t r Hobby Before Audiences Weal I led by Ills Old YngnrlcsI I I James Schoolcraft Sherman Re publican candidate for VicePresi dent spoko Monday night before tho 1 Hamilton Club of Chicago Mr I Sherman took for his subject tho I records of the Republican and Demo I era tic parties and compared the pres ort Presidential candidates In tho course of his address Mr Sherman said We aro often confronted with the claim of criticism that ow Presiden tial terms arc too short and our Pres J idential campaigns too frequent 1 Without Intending to inject this thought as a new issuo in this cam paign I do say that I bellove a fre quent inventory of party assets and liabilities of party accomplishments and failures Is most desirable Democratic Blunders The characteristics of the two I great parties th...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 16 October 1908

+ + THE MQUJJTAIN ADVOCATE D W CLARK EDITOR BARBOURVIlTE KENTUCKY l gUlUllIFTION IRIOE t i One t liar In advance p1 uuuI J Jt 33838833a383EEEeEEEf PERSONALS Q II mAround Townr m I 38939888EEE6EEEaEEEEQT j w W Uyrley has been on the sick i list this week Miss Nell Lane is visiting in Mid ir dlesboro this week II Mrs J 11 Gilbert and children to arc visiting relatives in Tennessee In j v v Judge Wm Lewis of London was 111 in this city last Tuesday 011 busi ness 1 vV1 nessJudge Faulkner cnmc in Monday 1 from a three weeks campaign out in I n fir the districtIn j 0 tl 1 v John Catron Jr who has been alI P very ill with tonsjlitis is improving very rapidly he I R W Cole visited his sister Mrs fc Kellons at Red House from Friday t r until Sunday g X Mr Kellons of Red House visi f jj ted the families of Robt A J and Yr I 1Cole here this week I ft iT1r and Mrs D W Clark attend P tcd the grand Musical Festival find 1 Street Carnival in Knoxville last I > Tucsdaytl TuesdayMrs sl 5 Mrs Jame...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 16 October 1908

> uNclE SAM SOLVES THE ACIOSTICGRyl r r t Philadelphia Press I 1 < THE BRYAN PARROT IJThe Same Feathered Nuisance That 4Screeched In 1396 J In mos as in 1000 and 1800 the dom inuul voice lu tilt Bryan campaign Is r the voice or the parrot It Is Just aa ehrlll just as insistent and just as meanlngloses as it was twelve years ago and Is bound to become quite as wearisome to the public F In 189G the sleek green parrot of 1 Bryanlsm teetered to and fro upon his comfortable swing and screeched Free silver Free silver That was the only phrase the bird could utter and its dismal iteration so exasper ated the people that they grabbed the noisy parrot from his perch and cast him Into the garbage heap But tilt plumed nuisance survived and appeared In the campaign of 1000 with a brand new scream This time It was Imperialism 1 Imperialism kRTo the unthinking that alarmist outcry i was momentarily terrifying suggest ing thrones and tyrants bent on op ex prising the people But It never 1 sc...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 23 October 1908

t r + r > v I aT Lq 1 T wyr fi ti 1 THE MOUNT AfN ADVOCATE r r7 Entered SocondClasa Matter Friday February 10th HXM ut the Fostollioo ut narbuurvlllu Knox County Ky under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1870 MOTTO ttivK Koit Oun fuiENiiR Do TUB OIIKATEBT AMOUNT or GOOD WB CAN TO THE LAKOEHT Nmnniror PEOPMV Ltil Terms 100 Per Year in Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY OCTOBER 23 1908 Fifth Year Vol 5 No 37r i y DISASTROUS CONFLAGRATION i xc riiSwept the Business Section of our City at an Early fF Hour Last Sunday Morning fi f ff Loss Will Probably Exceed 40000 With Very r > Little Insurance Will be Rebuilt in Brick in Near Future Larger and Better Business Houses Por Barbourville r The worst fire that has visited y this city p rluips in its history broke out about one oclock Sun day morning in the restaurant of W 0 Lockart on Knox street next door to the postoffice 1 and spread rapidly to the adjoining buildings In a very short time the entire block was a roaring seething mass o...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 23 October 1908

I i 3 r 1 v I THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE r Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky off Entered as SecondClass Matter February 19th lOOt at the Postofllco at Qarbourvlllo Ky under Act pf Congress of March 3rd 1870 D WILL CLARK EDITOR AND PUBLISHER Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody 14Is Is tho number for those desiring to communicate with this office by phone Ring up Central and ask for number You will then be connected direct with this office if you have The Camp Ground Telephone service Tho Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox Connty NOTICE TO CANDIDATES Our advertising rates for candidates an nouncements for County olBcera are 5 OO each ana jtho cash must accompany the ordor wo arc Kind to rnakn your announce mont for you but you must comply with these terms to insure your announcement to appear D W CIuVIlK Editor I i CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENTS Primary Election Dec 5th 1908 For Circuit Judge I Wo are authorized to announce t HON VlLIAM LEWIS of Laur...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 23 October 1908

4f 71 Y r T t ThE HARM BRYAN COULD 00 IF ELECTED Would Ride His Hobbies Despite la Republican Senate and House I PLAUSIBLE ARGUMENT REFUTED Substantially the Only Pica Offered in Ilehnlf of the Democratic I Candidate Shown to Be as False as It is Shameless At Once an Apology and an Indictment One of tho most froquont and > f2ICcsungly plausible arguments In be haH ot Bryans candidacy Is that as J8 President of the United States he could do no harm because the Sen ate and tho House also It Republi can would prevent him from having his own way Would any sane bust ness man In the United States enter taln such a suggestion He would < reject It Indignantly and rebuke the person making It What1 he would exclaim Place an untrustworthy person In chargo of my affairs and trust ta others to see that he Is not allowed to Injure mo The very r idea is an Insult to my common sensoJ sensoJYet r Yet day In and day out In nevs paper articles speeches and talk be tween man and man tho argument ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 23 October 1908

1117 F1a a SUPPLEMENT TO fw < The Mountain Advocate hJ = = = C = w Barbpursvllle Ky Friday Oct 23 1908 ir 1to j WHAT TAFT HAS SAID J C ON NATIONAL SUBJECTS Scpubllcaa Candidates Declarations on J JJ J Trusts Cflurts Foreign Policy ic the Navy and the Tariff By WAITER J BALLARD Here are some of the striking things Mr Taft has said Tho Democratic party today as organized is nothing but or uanlzed IncapacltrAt Mont pcller Vt Bryan would have the inltla live and referendum because ho distrusts representative govern ment and has no confidence In tho ability of the people to se lect conscientious representa tlvcs Ho would take away from courts because ho distrusts the ability of judges to resist tho malign Influences of tho power tho power to enforce their own ordersAt Columbus Ohio Anything that makes capital Idle or which reduces or do I stroys it must reduce both wages and tho opportunity to earn wagesAt Cooper Union New York City Tho only course of the Ad ministration has been dire...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 23 October 1908

tff i iJf fii 1 < iii M re t y p 3 0r 4f j f 2 S y > ht ta 6 Y4 THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE I D TV CLARK EDITOR BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY D SUBSCRIPTION PRICE r FOne Year In ndvancep ndvance1IUD I I IJ M 9 l m EEEEEEf 1 sr 1rPCRSONALS Around Town I J I a 99EEEeEeEeEeEet I Miss Maggie Hughes is visiting relatives in the country this week Mrs J M Gilbert has returned cwt from a pleasant visit to relatives in iTennessee i TennesseeAttorney r1 Attorney J M Gilbert left Tues day for a ten days visit to relatives in Oklahoma OklahomaJ r J 0 Gibson came in last Sunday night to look after his stock that firei J D Tuggle is out in the district t this week in the interest of his race t for Commonwealths Attorney Charles Davis was jn Howling t Green several days last week attend t ing the meeting f f the Odd Fellows 4t Mrs James H Harp who had 1been visiting her sister Mrs A W c Sowards on north Main Street reo turned to her home in Mt Vernon Ky Thursday morning k tiL fiJ1JtJJJ1D JrJl1 JI J1 JJJ L...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 23 October 1908

xi KEEP IT UP ri i k BRYAN HIMSELF AGAIN Preaches Economic Adsurdities In Same Old Way Sir Bryan who started out very con servatively at the opening of the cam paign resolving evidently to get the confidence of certain editors antI busi ness men who could not stand his aforetime radicalism has broken through the traces and given up trying to be good His speech on the trust at Indianapolis puts him back In his old position of advocating the destruc to ° n of anything that does not meet r his views without regard to method or 1i consequences consequencesAs As usual he Is not specific as to what means should be employed to carry out his designs lIe simply In a general way wants to destroy the so called trusts both large and small re gardless of the consequences to others engaged In similar Business or of the consuming public He tells us one day that the American people should be nl i lowed to purchase where they can buy the cheapest and another day he tells us that the money from the p...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 30 October 1908

1L TC zrJr ri 1f µ > raM t > t f < f I i ra + a 1r MOUNTAIN ThDVOCATr 3 ti t M1 + Wintered art blioomlClass tatter Friday February loth 1001 ut the PostntRoe lit liarbnurvillc Knox County Ky under Act of Conirrcss of March jnl 1879 i + 1 > i tMUI1U1dvC Foil Ouu l IrisndDO TUB OKKATKST AMOUNT or Gooo WE OAN TO TilE IMIIOKST NUMIIBU or Peopr < E tt I Terms 100 Per Year in Ad rir r t BAKBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY OCTOBER 30 1908 Fifth Year Vol = 5 NoJt 4 MEMORIAL < i Services Large Iv Attend n t 1 V < ed and Heartily RP pc I < predated ra Strong Address Delivered by > fe V Rev C K Dickey The Red Mens Memorial i R4 which was held at the First Bap h7 tjfit Oluroh in this city last Sun 4F day morning w as largely attend o 7 ed und many were turned away ii who were unable to get into the fx lV church I Promptly at 11 oclock the Or v derentered the church in a body i and were seated in the center section which had been reserved 1 fur them themMr ix Mr W M Dishman S...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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