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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 17 June 1910

+r . - Mr. Me sr d I.t w1 s "h ass. -a--- auIbost wasat s osty M nlTubay a aGM wam d li ss huwo.k bi Mi G. W. T e. ' d The Nig Schos pspl bad wa piois SatuTday d had a spledid ti ue. sMa. Mnaeq w rata s srsinma teom Wa$Neste Iowa, whereshebas bee. .balL su halsiesh. . the Pheeass 0. for ie Ribbas WIsy. eight yTar ef ad sricddy tre Zb. A Schow Preps. 14tf Sherl Shy 8inm was dowa frts Glae p Tedy ea d seus a Pteeg flsow ad the ais who I. Ihauged with the theft af a watlh. Mesre GrOory. Coier, sad Patch of Poplar dea 8. T. Cogewe1 o Waif Polat were dows Tuesday sight to shned the raplar weetle of the directors of the osatena Star Tlephoae Co. READ THIS II IMPROVEMENTS FOR SALE11 Purchaser Acquiring the Right to Enter The . i tLands Under the Homestead Laws. 0 * 160 Acres deeded land, known as the : 120 acre claim, one mile fron Froid, no 5 * - , old Booth place. fine well of water, e amptovements Price $1,00 " " large roomy log house and barn. S320 acre claim, situated six miles north ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 17 June 1910

POPLAR MERCANTILE COMPANY Mwod ato seporsr qusarersn just west of former Lscationo. We handle a full Iline of Gro caries, Provision, Dry Goods, Hardware, Paints, Etc. .. . Local agents for Honor and Giant brand canned goods. When in town give us a call. We aim to please. Prices right and goods of the best. Courteous treatment extended to all Traders State Bank of Poplar Poplar, Mont. Capital, 25,000 Dollars Invitese ooaunta of the people, assuring perfect service and every accommodation consistent with sound banking. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED HANSON & BARZON MILLING COMPANY Best Patent Flour "Vivo" We Exchange Flour for Wheat. Grains and Seeds Feed grinding and Ground Feed at the Elevator. HORSES Bought, Sold, and Exchanged FRED PREDRICKSON, Dealer Cdbeteeb., Meatms I have a number of Pl.e Horss and Teams now for sale at the Bill Evans' barn, near P. A Olson's place. J. A. FORD General Store, Boots and Shoes * and Dry Goods. Fine Line of Fresh Groceries. : " * Plentywood, Mont. m...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 24 June 1910

4 y~' ~ . R~ zý C~t ~Ua* . V COUNTY. - TA FRIDAY. JUNE t~, 19,0.A REXAULJEMJDIIS One for Each um n.n Ill. Each One Guaranteed VALLEY DRUG cO. CITY DRAY LINE G. A. JAN88. PROP. Dray in Done on Short Notice at Reasonable Prices. Phone No. 144 OULBBRTSON. MDONTANA Pion.erlivery Henry Winch, Prop. Successor to A. J. Culwell. Everything first class In the Livery Line. Hors es bought, sold and exchanged. Balled hay for sale. Culbertson, Montana. BUY SOME "COWS We are paying 32 cts per pound for Butterfat We pay cash Write as for Tags sad Shipplag Iastructiins IAgests for United States CreamSeparator Holds World's R.serd for Cl... Skimming caaleswm who uset. re.qut HENNINOSEN PRODUCE COMPANY Money toLoan on Improved. * FARMS!I Drafts os afi hreigm countries. * Sabety Dupoisit bases hor rest. * Stesmnship tickets to and frems * all Peueigs Ceautries. 'COME TO CULBERTSON And Enjoy the Time of Your Life on the Glorious Anniversary of American Liberty. The Committees on arrangements, Sports, D...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 24 June 1910

The Searchlight. Katerul' May 21.. 10os. as Second-Class Matter, Postelice at Culbertson. Moit., tinder Act of Congres of March9. £879. FRANK S. REED. Editor andlProprietor. Terms-to advance, per year........52 on Advertising Rates, very reasonable, will be farnished on application at this office. TIE FIRST REPUBLICAN PAPER STARTED IN VALLEY CO., MONT. j. F. Adams, editor of the Har lem News, was in town Monday and made the Searchlight a frater nal call, He left the same day for a visit to Minot. "Great Profits for the Farmer" is the title of a neat phamphlet re ceived this week from the Ameri can Book company, Chicago. This booklet gives many pointers of value to the farmers cencerning the scientific methodsol tilling the soil. Also tables for estimating acreage, legal weights of grain, etc. It will be sent absolutely free to any subscriber of the Searchlight of Culbertson Montana. Cut out this stem and enclose it with your name and address written plainly and send to the American ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 24 June 1910

Though the Pantry Window By CLAUDINE SISSON On a certain chill October sitw noon, which was brightened only by a orea of rimson leaves on an the maples and the ever-present tangles of aster and golden rod salng the bushy banks, Else turned her borse In at a rickety picket gate and dite mounted before the porch of a tiny, shabby, neglected house.. Tears came to Zale'a eyes, as she thought of the dead woman who had animated it with her kindly presence. She felt that she would like to go in and look about and try in imaglistion to refurnish the abandoned rooms and to people them with the gentle figures that had once frequented them. The thin old horse, a freckled gray from the livery stable In town, was pulling at the reins In an effort to get his nose to the grass. Elsie sought for some plact to make him secure and remembered the little barn. f the door was not nailed up she could put him In there. The door was not nailed up. It slid open easily and she led the horse in and tied him t...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 24 June 1910

MM AROUWU P 6RANK 4.. ONTAN FOR THE aUS1 MAN NEWS EPITOME THAT CAN SOON SE COMPASSED. MANY EVENTS ARE MENTIONED Hoen and Foreign inteiligenee Cow densed Into Two and Feet Line Paragraphs. Washington. Representative Georte W. Norris of Nebraska announced that he will not be a candidate for the republican nomination for the senate and will be a candidate for renomination for the house. International commerce, according to statistics procured by the depart. ment of commerce and labor, showed a marked improvement in all the prin. cipal countries of the world for the year ending in April. 1910. Splendid prospects for fruit in New England and the Pacific coast states almost counterbalance the poor show ing of the central states, where late frost got in telling work, according to a report made public by the depart ment of agriculture on general crop growth. Democratic members of the house, aho, on May 26, prevented the $25,000 appropriation for President Taft's traveling expenses for the f...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 24 June 1910

owt rnuage you -s tissa bebumeai I sells for brehn, is in fo hmbsa aws sutElia dbm ill. Uibby's Food Pkim~ fts b I fe syorve, in Ll 8~s W ms if Khh-O deumu mast -4,luaRo kitchen iUns serve Uibby Pmn Foods are:t Casheds Cri I V3e Le Ivap Uah Dua 3im ciwawc Insist on Libby's at you grocer's. IUST THE PLC - tmt 9rtp~utouml fj. 146.1 all="S. t`:'elmd&m JMwss' ~ eý h Why He Quit. "Bondsonby has given up smoking." "Impossible. He's been a slave to the habit for years." "He's given it up, all right." "Why? Did the doctor order him to do it on account of his nerveas "No, I don't believe so; but you know that peach of a stenographer he's had for the past few week.? Well, I happened to overhear her say one day, when Bondsonby was listening, that she would be as willing to kiss a pig as to kiss a man who was always smoking." Why He Whitewashed. A country doctor tells a story of a man who moved into a dilapidated old cottage, and was found by the doctor busily whitewashing it Inside and out...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 24 June 1910

IN A SEI*OUS CONDITIOm. A Cmae at Terrible Kidney Trouble. Henry Palmer, Cole and Walnut Sts, srmeeviile, 0., says: "My kidney tremble was caused by hardships and exposure in the army. The awful pains across my back grad ually became more severe until I was In constant misery. My feet and hands were swollen to twice their natural size. The kid ney secretions were in a terrible condi tion-for months I voided what seemed to be clear blood. I became so dizzy everything seemed to whirl. My con dition was alarming when I began using Doan's Kidney Pills. Before long I improved and was soon strong and well." Remember the name-Doan's. For sale by all dealers. 50 cents a box. loster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. An Almost Universal Prayer. "Among the late iishop Foss' anec dotes about prayer," said a Philadel ybla Methodist, "there was one con cerning a very original Norristown preacher. "This preacber, in the course of a long prayer one Sunday night, recount ed the many misfortunes and evils ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 24 June 1910

--' *tap~euhý } Olehs asghid a Tammer t BI sft ad Riave o Bluville rash town Meaday. ss oshm Casb for Eg at the St. Pmal Girl wanted for -enerl hoasework bh Mat. G. W. Tanner. _ t Sept. of schools. Lillia D Halris a a, Culbertio visitor the sisat of th week. Mr. Roth .1 MIaut gesseral aet hr the Northwetera Thrahiag machine Co.. oa in town Wedaesday. Girl wasted for geral bhose work In quire of Mrs. C. A. Wittmeler. Good wages for good gBrl. R 0. Lealk left hor the Twin Cities Thursday morning and will feian Turs day mornlag of east week. Lame shoulder is almost invanrably cased by rbeuisatism of the mueclia and yeelde q lckly to the Erie application of Chambhriia's Liniment. This liaime. in sot only prompt and efectual bhut i no way disigreeable to ase. Sold by all deal ers. READ3THIS II IMPROVEMENTS FOR SALE I I I Purchaser Acquiring the Right to Enter The :s: Lands Under the Homestead Laws. 160 Acres deeded land, known as the i 120 acre claim, one mile from Proid, no " " old Boot...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 24 June 1910

POPLAR MERCANTIL!E COMPANY Movedl to teWperay quartera just west of former lecatman. We handle a full IIne of Gro cerius, Provision, Dry Ooods, Hardware, Paints, Etc. . . . Local agents for Honor and lant brand- canned goods. Whbn ln town 'ive,us a call. We aim to please. Prices right and goods of the best. Colrteous treatment extended to all Traders State Bank of Poplar Poplar, Mont. Capital, 25.000 Dollars Invitserweeuats of the people, assuring perbet seovice and every accommodation emsiftWa with sound banking. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED : HANSON & BARZON MILLING COMPANY Best Patent Flour "Vivo" We Exchange Flour for Wheat. Grains and Seeds Feed grinding and Ground Feed at the Elevator., HORSES Bought, Sold, and Lxchang cd FRED FREDRICKSON, Dealer coar ... aMe... Iý. I have a number of Flee Herses and Teams now for sale at th. Bill Evans' barn, near P. A Olson's place. W*e~e"!eoe!9."e~eiemeeeeeeeee~e""ee!e J. A. FORD OeneMI Store, Boots and Shoes 6 and Dry Goods. 2 Line of Fres...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 1 July 1910

State Lil rary ". . -- -- -- -r - K~~XN. Uz rr voLco. I. NO. it. FIUDAY, JULY , ,9,o ..oo PU ., 1q "Si.. .PE. .YE R. - a B - REXALL REMEDIES One for Each Human Ill. Each One Guaranteed VALLEY DRUG CO. CITY DRAY LINE G. A. JANES. PROP. Dray ing Done on Short Notice at Reasonable Prices. Phone No. 144 OU LBERTSON. mONTANA -II Pioneer Livery. Barn Henry Winch, Prop. Successor to A. J. Culwell. Everything first class in the Livery Line. Hors. es bought, sold and exchanged. Bailed hay for sale. Culbertson, Montana. I s ,I , BUY SOME COWS We are paying 32 cts per pound for Butterfat We pay cash Write us for Tags and Shipping Instructions A gents for United States Cream Separator Holds World's Record for Close Skimming CetdaegwlN be set sn request HENNINOSEN PRODUCE COMPANY Great Falls, Montana Money to Loan on improved FARMS ! Drafts on all foreign countries. Safety Deposit boxes for rent. Steamship tickets to and from all Foreign Countries. The first Nsatial Bask of Cuibrter s WCOMETO CU...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 1 July 1910

Thie Searchlight. kateerd' May s.. stpo. as Second-Cla Matter, Pasiee at Clbertsona. Moat., Under Act of Congre of March g. ay87 FRANK S REED. Editor andProprietor. Terms- advance, per year........ o Advertising Rates. very reasonable, wll be fuarnished a application at this ofce. TIE FIRST REPUBLICAN PAPER STARTED IN VALLEY CO, MONT. The Searchlight this week receiv ed seve:al hundred Farmers Bul letins, entitled *Preparation of Vegetables for the Table," The bulletin was written by Maria Par loa under the supervision of the of fice of experiment Stations at Washington, D. C. The bulletin will be found of inestimable value to farmers wives, containing as it does many huadreds of recipts and much general information con cerning cooking. Every reader of the Searchlight can have a copy of of this bulletfo by calling at this office. Postoffice At Froid. Postmaster Fred Price received his Commission of Authority to do on business on Monday and now we bri have a full-fledged post office ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 1 July 1910

W at arnd Rise -aolo adl Air Is Mlale Wid n, FUr ead Calls it a Draw.. Goahbm, Ja.-,leob hieo ger, a Gormer, a ar aGoabs, tell so a thr&iB a aght btween a at ma as ets.. It was talou sl bmak agplst elaw ,a teeth, a resulted tl a apaw. hhaleberger was plowing Ia a . sa0 aS what at irt e toat to be a eblabum hawk sweeplng dowa am a bareard. He thought it was aite a ablehd ad stepped to tthe ste n to watLek the result. Closer tmapection i. eeled It to be a smal eagle. he rml swopegd, struek ad rswe but, to e tarme's smurpre, it held a Its toas not a acbam, but his large tor mt. The eagle held the at hi the badh. The oats four feet wene a. nded mn its tal poed toward the ualth. Forty feet from the ground, the cat ave a twit. wriggled from the grasp a the bird an ftel to the .rth, eem. hSt. uehurt. The bird circled and made .aaoher swoop. but this time the .sa Was. atlUa for Its feathered tnerary and when the bird struck. things happened. For about three minutes the air was tu of fr ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 1 July 1910

MHE S EARCHIJGHT PRANK . REED. Pu. cIK.ERTO0 •• MONTAN. FROM OAT TO 0DA WINERAL NEWS AND NOTES RESH FROM THE WIHL I WIDE AREA IS COVERED Emarsmng a Condensation or events ls Whlob Readers Generally Are Interested. Washington. The public building bill, carrying $19,28.500 in authorizations for in. creasdig cost of public buildings, etc., besides $3.095,000 for continuing con tracts, was passed by the house. President Taft will not appoint the live Judges of the court of commerce authorized by the new railroad law until December next. The law does not become effective until August la The comptroller of the currency bas authorized the following national banks to begin business: First Nation al, Laurel, Neb., capital $40,000; F. A McCormaok, president; J. H. Coburn. vice president; W. T. Graham cashier; C. D. Young assistant cashier Richard Parr, the customs deputy at New York, who materially assisted the government in recovering oven $2,000,000 in the sugar underweigh lag frauds, Is to...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 1 July 1910

B I LysE.ichm'sVe. ~t-" waa h urt w~o~eý ýubor fir borne ý of rd · maIl as is ia s rn-Ky. bat uhf i WbSUf iath4 lt~ttos i~ja ·tbasbeentbe p 'ý' tea evee1I tti on ýomenwbo bsnbeen trouble am m aw by Ia r DAISY FLYKIL w arito phl~ IBuLOhUIdm THE QUALITY OP MERCY. Miss CaustUque-My friends should be very thankful to me. Miss Antique-For what? Miss Caustique-At the very great number of disagreeable thinga I think of, but don't say. SKIN HUMOR 25 YEARS "Cutlour did wonders for me. PFr twenty-Ave years I suffered agony from a terrible humor, completely cow ering my head, neck and shoulder, so even to my wife. I became an object of dread. At large expense I consulat ed the most able doctors far and near. Their treatment whs ot no avail, nor was that of the - Hospital, during six months' efforts. I suRered a end comluded there was no help for me this side of the grave. Thean I heard of some one who bhad been oured by Cuticura Remedies and thought that a trlal could do o harm. In a surprisin...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 1 July 1910

sit ýrd1 ^   ,_0-  R)11A AA' Q/CVTC RA~J N THE west coast of Afrlca scorpions and snakes are 1 everywhere-in one's shoes, I in one's bed. At Lambarene 1 I was writing some letters to send by native canoe to the coast to catch the European steamer. 1 was seated on the veranda of the post. Overhead was a flowering frangipani tree. its blossoms beautiful and heavy with perfume. Before me stretched I the Ogowe river. Natives passed in I their dug-out canoes, their paddles hardly disturbing the surface of the water. Suddenly something snapped over my head. I was startled and pushed back my chair. On the ground E crawling at my feet was a cobra, one t of the most venomous snakes in the I world! There is no antidote for its sting. My servant had seen the - snake swing itself from the flowering I tree and poise its body ready to spring. He quickly leaped for the I branch of the tree on which the snake I was poised and snapped it off. The snake was thrown violently to the ground and soon dis...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 1 July 1910

fHocat IPIeahgL I :w7 C. P. Ryder of Glaqow was bhee Wed auday. Dea Mltchell of Poplar was ia town Wsedmeday. Girl wasted for general housework by Mrs. G. W. Tame. rt Miss Aimes McDoeald of Sleston S. D. is visiting Mrs. C. I.. Foltetad this week. The big sig of ParahalEdmoands csame down during the rainstorm Wednesday night. Bora to Mr. and Mrs. oseph Kirk a baby boy this week, mother and child doing nicely. Mim Susle Hill of Sisseto S. D is speding her vacation here with hercousin Mrs. Aslakeos. Get Lao brand or Heath & Mulligan brand house paints, both Splendid quality at S. S. Mose's. Sotf Young man wants place to work on farm. Address Hybard Bodelsee. Dane Valley Montana, care of Ingrard Knudsen. 8p4. N. N. Peterson left Monday for Mt waukee, but will return to Culbertson an October. He hopes to regain his health by a lag rest. H. M. Cosier, R, K. Patch. and L. L. Brink were is Culbertuon Wednesday evening to attend a special meeting of the Montana Star Telephone Co. te@@ee...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 1 July 1910

POPLAR MERCANTIL E COMPANY Moved to temporary quarters just west of former location. We handle a full line of Gro ceries, Provision, Dry Goods, Hardware, Paints, Etc .... Local agents for Honor and Giant brand canned goods. When in town give us a call. We aim to please. Prices right and goods of the best. Courteous treatment extended to all Traders State Bank of Poplar Poplar, Mont. Capital, 25.000 Dollars Invites accounts of the people, assuring perfect service and every accommodation consistent with sound banking. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED -*******eee****** ee C. A. Haskins. Pres. I. N. Canficid, Cashier. I. W. Schnmtzler. Vice Pres. Froid Security Bank Froid, Montana _ Money to Loan on Land and Chattels [ Fire and Hail Insurance in the very best comrn panies. INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITY OF STOCKHOLDERS, $250,000.00O ee** ee*e*eee***eee****ee*e***** * * .-* . HANSON & BARZON MILLING COMPANY Best Patent Flour "Vivo" We Exchange Flour for Wheat. Grains and Seeds Feed grinding and G...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 8 July 1910

". u 5 < 1 wO· YO . YO NOi. N 1. coe &U , OtITANA, FRIDAY. JULY 8, 191. sa2, 00 l na VO4XCUBSTSN VAJZ _____________ _ __ USE REXALI REMEDIES State Library . One for Each Human Ill. Each One Guaranteed. VALLEY DRUG CO. U. Pioneer Livery' Barn Henry Winch, Prop. Successorto A. J. Culwell. Everything first class in the Livery Line. Hors es bought, sold and exchanged. Balled hay for sale. .Culbertson, Montana. FURNITURE and BEDDI 6 We haadle the Mianeapolis Bed ding Compaany' goods. Iron beds, cots, couches, etc. Matresses of all sizes and qualities. A full line of furniture, rockers and chairs just ar rived. 5. S. MOEN THE HARDWARE MAN Money to Loan on improved FARMS ! Drafts on all foreign countries. Safety Deposit boxes for rent. Steamship tickets to and from all Foreign Countries. iThe National Bank of Colbertson First.of D . BIBIPA I ll OP R m, 01 _ _i~~ WI Legemt ýýiuý L u"euq, o   ruAa'Yz . G AND EL ITI The Fourth in Culbertson was the Biggest Kind of a success, Some " Tho...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 8 July 1910

The Searchlight. Eatereadl May at.. r9as. as Second-Class Matter. Postoekce at Culberton, Mont., Under Act of Congrea of March 9. z87p. FRANK S. REED, Editor and Proprietor. Terms-In advance, per year........$2.oo Advertising Rates, very reasonable, wall be furnished on application at this office. TIE FIRST REPUBULCAN PAPER STARTED IN VALLEY CO, MONT. The biggest crowd ever congre gated in one plac, in North Mon tana, which was the case an Cul bertson on tile Fourth, was in a great measure due to the efficiency of the advertising committee. It was the best advertised celebration ever held in our town-and adver tising certainly pays. A Minnesota exchange chronic les the fact that a strange animal was discovered in that state a short time ago. Scientists declared the varmint was a frog. seven years old. A benevolent but misguided citizen placed the animal in water when is immediately expired. Editor Walter Shanley of the Valley County News of Glasgow spent the Fourth in Culbertson. He...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
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