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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 August 1900

"AT THE OLD RELIABLE DRUG HOUSE" X OF X, 6. O. WOOD X You will find in X WALL PAPERS The largest stock, the most beautiful designs, the very latest combinations, the richest tints and shades and at the very lowest prices, at which they can be sold. No trouble in making quick selections from this well selected stock. B, O, WOOD. 81de- Lights on Life. It is but meet that fish should i be served on Friday. Nothing comes home a man so much as an unsettled bill. J In the game of love diamonds sometimes win when hearts are trumps. The needle goes through its work, but not until it is hard pushed. It's a wise fly that knows the sdifference between eleomarga- rine ?nd creamery butter. You never see a manied man applaud. a, Wife who gets the best of her husband in a play. Some men are so stingy they .refuse to smile except at the ex pense of others. An old bachelor says it is bet ter to die for a woman than to live with some of them. It is an easy matter to follow advice that travels in the ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 August 1900

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. HOUiii Editor. IX. F.'RIXSON, City YAl jr. $1,00 MR r. ear BnttttXbe pot oBlce roe City, iecond-cl ter. M. THURSDAY, AUO 9. 1900. Welcome visitors. Star.d for the Republic. Citizens not subjects. Opportunity at home is better than adventure in Asia. Democracy constitution. stands for tbe The life of the Republic is at stake. This is a" important year American history. in Imperialism threatens foundation of America. the Democracy seeks to promote tin- public good. Mac Kin Lee is tbe trust candidate. Extend the visitors. glad hand to all Prosperity for the masses is -what we need in America. A vote for McKiniey is a vote for trust rule. McKiniey s election means closing business opportunities against young men. Democracy is exerting her entire strength tor justice and in: inanity. The United States cannot exist as a Republic at home and an mpire abroad. A big standing army is dan tferons to American liberty, be ides it is also expensive. .Every person who does not f...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 August 1900

This is the picnic season. Now is a cood time to pay your subscription. E. D. Noland and family, of Shelbyville, spent part of the week with relatives in this city. Mad dog scares are reported from various parts of the coun try. I will give 17 cents -per bush el for 2000 bushels of oats. A. H. Green. Mrs. Mary Cline. of Oklahoma is the pleasant gnest of friends in this city. Lost A pair of gold rimmed glasses. Finder will please re turn to Miss Tudie Swinkey. Prof. W. T. Carrington, State Superintendent of public schools was in this city Monday. Joseph Gentry, of Ocean "Wave, was a business visitor in this city Tuesday. Ollie Elliott and Curry An derson spent Sunday at Spalding. urm-iT i ; ! - Erl Reid was on the sick list (Friday and Saturday. i Mrs. J. C. Piersol left Mon day for a visit with friends at Emporia aad lola, Kan. H. E. Hume came in off the road Friday and remained over to take in the picnic to-day. Miss Carrie Tooley has re turned from a pleasant visit with Palmyra fr...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 August 1900

THE DEMOCRAT Fruits at Caldwell & Son's W. J. HOUSE, Editor. R. F. niXSON, City Editor. TERMS $1.00 PER YEAR Entered at the post office at Monroe City, an net ond -clam matter. Mo. THURSDAY, AUG 9, 1900. Caldwell & Son are prepared to feed the hungry. For Seed Rye call at Green's Feed Store. A. H FOR PRESIDENT How W. J Bbtam. Democratic Ticket JFnr fiovernor A. M DOt KKRY. For Lieutenant 'inroi nor JOHN A. I. EE. For .-'ccrctary or State SAM B. COOK. Fur Attorney General .'. .. e. o crow. For Auditor ALBERTO AI.LKN. For Treasurer R. P. WILLIAMS. For It. and W. Com...J08. V. HERRINGTON. For Judge Supreme Court J, B, GANTT Dlati let Ticket. For Congress . W. W, RITCKER. Forjudge Bt V, Court of Appeals R. L OOODI For Slate Senator H. CLAY IIKATIIK.R. Count.- Ticket. For Representative J, II WIIITECOTTON. For Collector W. II. II. CROW. For Sheriff J. W. CLARK. For Ireaaurer Wro, M. MATF.BR. For Prosecuting Attorney.K W. Me AI. LISTER. For Assessor . .. W. E. SHEARMAN- For Pllbll...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 August 1900

On Which Side? Atlanta Constitution: The republican platform, stripped of surplusage, means: Imperialism instead of con stitutionalism. Constant wars abroad. The mastery of combined wealth. The degradation of the citi zen. The democratic platform means: The supremacy of the consti tution Peace for the citizen. Individual opportunity in the race of life. Every citizen a kinir of his own house. On which side? On the one will rally the trusts, the politi cal interests, the classes. On the other will, be found th,e peo jfce who must live at home, and toil and work, in order to meet the exactions of those who favor empire at the expense of our republic. The Salaries of Rulers. The President of Mexico draws (50,000 a year, the same as President McKinley. The President of France is paid $240,000 a year. Her Majesty the Queen's in income is about $220 an hour. The Czar of Russia draws a salary of $12,000,000 a year. The Emperor of Germany re ceives $3,852,380 per annum. Two million dollars ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 August 1900

I WANTED! I r 1 1 1 . . 6 1 orscs and Colts X AT X Monroe City Saturday, Aug. 11. p Horses wanted in goo J ticsh and (ij broke. p Ffcnry Klndig. Lint t' Letters Remaining unclaimed in post ottice at Monroe City, Mo., on Aug. 7, 1900. J. A. Foster, La. Mo., Mrs. Lou Adams Grant, Mr. Grubb, T. W. Henton, Johnson & Jack son. Mr. Willie Marshall, Mrs. Lottie Riepet. Mis. C. H. Still well. Mr. James Webb.. To obtain any of these letters persons must say advertised. J. P. Paiton. p. ra The Newspaper an Unselfish Ed ucator . In a sermon in Wilmington. N. C. recently. Rev. Calvin S. Black we 1 1 said: "Anewspaper office is h school of unselfish-ncs-.. No other class serves a comuuinity so well, and so of ten lor so little pay, either in cash or appieciation. Every (lay au( night the newspaper i ijfoiuii free work for the gen !.(' net u-rment of the commun ity. If lawyer was called Upon n, t if city authorities to (in lor the city i lie same amount iii-ii iii i more valuable writing tnan...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 August 1900

4 MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. VOL. 13. nONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1900. NO. !o. . GREATEST OF PICNICS DOCKERY. DAVIS. RUCKER, LLOYD. BIGGER AND HEATHER SPEAK. Monroe Did Herself Prowd -Large Crowd Visitors Pleased Because We Had All We Advertised. A Great Band. Parade great. Picnic greater. Speakers greatest. Capt. J. G. Barney's drnm coips was there in full force and was heard trom. Every one says it was the biggest of the big and better 'than the best. Every thing and every body on time and a fine program carried out to the dot. The parade was little but oh my. The music was good, the speakers handsome and the ipretty girls were in sight but had no competitors. The Mon roe young ladies in white riding habits mounted on good horses were at their best and remind ed one of the days of chivalry when the ladies rode forth to see their brothers and sweet hearts throw down the gauntlet to each other at the tourna ments. Then the Ely girls pretty as a picture made a fine showin...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 August 1900

Thinking of You. u Thinking of you! . . . That's tho way Of this life, from day to day; Wishing for th tone and touch That 1 love, sweetheart ho much! If the skies are blue or gray, Thinkln' of you every day. II. Thinkln' of you, when I see God's white morning over me; When I say: "His skies are bright; But I miss her eyes of light!" Thinkln' of you when the WMi Whispers dreams that brings DO rest! III. Thirikin or you: . . . hand or sea, You're the sweetest dream tc me: Kven when woods and waters seem Singing to me in a dream! Still I feel your presence near Dreaming dreaming of you, dear! IV. Thinkin' of you, as the way Glooms toward that last, sad day When the weary heart shall rest, In the faith of, "God knows best!" When with soul, of Love kissed white lxveshall whisper; "Lovegoodnight!" Atlanta Constitution. MINISTER AM) WHEEL. (By Kben E. Itexford. ) He came lo us about the mid die of the week. On the fol lowing Sunday he was to preach in the forenoon and in the after noon at...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 August 1900

"AT THE OLD RELIABLE DRUG HOUSE" X OP X B. O. WOOD X You will find in X WALL PAPERS The largest stock, the most the very latest combinations, and shades and at the very which they can be sold. No trouble in making quick this well selected stock. beautiful designs, the richest tints lowest prices, at selections from B, O, WOOD. Courier Journal: "About the best reply to the mouthings of those tools in Boston who are talking about a crusade into the south to rescue the negroes, is made by a colored preacher of New Orleans, who tells them that the recent disgraceful riot in New Orleans was condemned by nobody more than by the real white citizens, who threw open their clubs, hotels and private dwellings for the pro tection of their colored em ployes. 'You are at a safe dis tance,' he adds, 'to make these inflammatory speeches, and 1 would advise you to keep the advantage you have. If you wish to help us, stop making these useless threats and send us the $3,000 you have on hand with as mu...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 August 1900

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. HOUSE, Editor. II. r. HIXSON, City Editor. TERMS $1,00 -PEKYEAR Entered at the poat olTIce at Monroe City, Mo. as aecotid-clait. matter. THURSDAY. AUG 16. 1900. I Liberty. Stand for American Constitu tion. A vote for Bryan is vote for liberty Militarism would make Amer ica a Monarchy Our Republican friends false cry of prosperity will not fool many people this year. America must get out from under the rule of trusts. She cannot do this while McKinley is In the president's chair. Bryan is the chosen leader of the people in their fight to save the Republic. Many brave American boys are being murdered in China and the Philippines in order that a few persons may have more gold. Vast accumulations of capi tal is a tremendous power which is fighting against liberty and the best interests of the plain people. Bryan is the great leader in the fight for liberty and the rights of the masses, consequently money will be used by the "trusts" to defeat him. If you live in or ne...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 August 1900

Woodman to-day. picnic at Warren Get your dinner and eons at Caldwell & Son lunch-to-day to pay Now is a good time your subscription. Hannibal will not celebrate this fall so says the Journal. Miss Maud McCliutic is vis iting relatives in Haunibal this week. Thomas Chapman and wife were here from Benbow, Tues, day to visit relatives. George Jarman and wife re turned Tuesday from a visit with Benbow friends. First Baptist Sunday School picnic at J. Porter Bush pas ture to-day. Dinner, luncheons, icecream sodas, fruits, confections and cigars at Caldwell & Son. W. Verdner Carson is spend ing the week at Excelsior Springs. Miss Mary Randall left Tues day for Clarence where she will isit friends for several weeks. Ex Senator Jno. J. Ingalls is reported as being in a dying condition at Las Vegas, New Mexico, Hon. S. J. Melson has return ed from a business trip to vari ous parts of the South. The granitoid walks in front of the B. O. Wood and W. V. Carson business houses has been ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 August 1900

THE DEMOCRAT V . .1. ItOlitfK, Kdilor. H. r. liJ..-ON, City K.dltor. TbHS $1.00 PBH YEAR Entered at ilie t office t Moi.roe Cltjr, Mo. a ioiiI-:laia mailer. THURSDAY, AUG 1(5. 1900. FOE PKWSIDENT How. W. J. jinx Fruits at Caldwell & Son's. Caldwell & Son are prepared to feed the hunury. For Seed Rye call at A. H. Green's Feed Store. Pant from $ff and up at Wer ner'a tlic exclusive tailor. If you want an ice cream soda go to Caldwell & Son. If you want a lunch go to Caldwell & Son's restaurant. Come in and pay us what you owe. Sharp & Donley. Democratic Ticket For Governor A. M. DOCKKRY. For I.letitrnntit Governor JOHN A. LEV. For Secretary of State BAM B. COOK. For Attorney OMMNI E. C. CROW. For Auditor ALBERT O. AM.KN. For Treasurer R. P. WILLIAMS. For K. and W. Com...J08. P. HERRINGTON. For Judge Supreme Court J. B, OA3TT Ditto let Ticket. For Congress W. W. RUCKEB. Forjudge St L. Court of Appeals R. L. GOODS For State Senator H. CLAY HEATHER. Countv Ticket. Fo...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 August 1900

Thnt Open Door. The United States treasury department has given instruc tions to collectors of the ports to prev ent the shipping of arms to China. There could not be a more flagrant example of locking the stable after the stealing of the horse. The par ticular "open door" through which China, profiting by her expe rience in the war with Ja pan, has for years been import ing munitions of war should ha ve been closed long ago. It will do no good to lock it now. Even with the door wide open it is doubtful if the German ri fle makers, who have sold China most of her equipment, would benefit in the slightest. The powers themselves in permit ting certain of their subjects to give the Chinese the benefit of their military and technical training have rendered the ex elusion of arms a matter of in difference to China. It now ap pears that China can make not only rifles but cannon in suffi cient quantities and of an ex cellence equal to any. The criminal error which permitted this kind of in...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 August 1900

Huntington The rain like Dewey's am nsitfu boom came to late. Ividie liiHoh. who lias been at lending the Gem Citv Busi ngs College has returned home for a shot i vacation. V. H D.ilauey. of Hannibal, came out Monday to visi his slide. Mi- Fannie Dul.mey, ITl'J is a (fUeSt at the hotel Mr .K-s-ie Halls spent last Week with Mrs. Lillian Miller, of Hull, lii. Q'lile .1 crowd ot Saliueites at tii, b. I ilio picnic at New I , . itiii ruesday. L m lirowu, of St. Louis is vUUiittf iviitives in Sliiel Mis MartllU Glascock, who h i - (.-"ii attending til Teach ci tiiUiliilu at Perry, returned h n last Sunday. ti i t U. Kt-ithb'v. one of the Kills County b.iys wh has been ' tending school at Valpa litiso. 1 ul . has been employed ii.-o ie of the teach, is in the Va'paraic College. Tne sciiool i n- i arrest of its kind in this c.a try and liert is to be con iri titillated on his success. Misa Sue McBlroy Is spend h i: a tew week with friends at St. .Inc. J. lines It ills, ol Center, was here ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 August 1900

W T -. . J Monroe city Democrat. VOL. 13. riONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1900. NO. 3 J. T Patterson Suicides This city was startled and shocked during the quiet Sab bath hours about 11a. in. last Sunday, by the news that flew from lip to lip that John Thom as Patterson has blown his brains out. Mrs. Patterson had gone to Sunday school and re mained to cuurch services. Their adopted boy. Jim Doni van, returned home from Sunday school to find Mr. Patterson re dining in his rocking chair dead. The alarm was quickly given but life had flown instan taneously. He had deliberately planned for the end, by reading the 27th chapter of 1 Samuel, and left his bible open, specks on it and the following note: "Dear Mary, The only excuse I have for this rash act is to spare you the ever ready ser vice of day and night for months as you have done for years, working for me, for my old complaint (stomach) that I have tried for weeks to battle off, has gotten hold of me again. May God he...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 August 1900

THE DEMOCRAT I POPE LEO'S LATEST POEM W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. F. HIXSON, City Keillor. TERMS $I.OO .""VEAR Entered ai the poat office at Monroe City, Mo. as m-i ) mutter. ' under the pen of "Kiifus, Stu n Latin. Following is the Kngliah THURSDAY. AU(; 28, 15)00. FOK PRESIDENT How. s. j. m,rK. Democratic Ticket For (!ivenn)r A. M DOORKRY. Por Lltutanant Governor IOIIM A. LBB. For Secretary or state BAM B. COOK. Tor Attorney General K. ; OMOW. For Auditor ALBERT 0 A l.LEN. For Treasurer K. P WILLIAMS, For l(. ami W. Com. ..JOS. P, IIKKKISOTON. For Judge Supreme Court.... J, n, oantt Dlsttlct Ticket. For Congress V. W. Kt'CKKR. For Judge St L. Court of Appeal! R- L. OOOIiK For State Senstor H. CLAY HEATHER. Oonntv Ticket. For Representative J, H. WIHTKCOTTON. For Collector W. n.H.cROW. For Sheriff J.W.CLARK. For Treasurer Win. M. MATEBR. For Prooeouttni Attorney. r w. McALLISTKB, For Assessor . .. W. E.PHEARUAN For Publln Administrator J. 8. MctiES. For Surveyor .. J. T. (iRIUBBY, For ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 August 1900

.1 Hon. Webster Davis. When questioned concerning the Monroe City Democratic demonstration by the Kansas City Times, Hon. Webster Davis became enthusiastic. "Some twelve or thirteen thousand people," said he "as sembled there to greet Hon. A. M. Dockery, the Democratic candidate for governor. Peo ple came from a half dozen co unties and listened to speak ers during the afternoon and evening. The two candidates for congress from adjoining counties, Messrs. Lloyd and Rucker, were present and with Dockery, made sterling, con vincing speeches. They were splendidly received. In the morning there was a fine street parade, and the enthusiasm was great. Monroe is the ban ner Democratic county of Mis souri and the leaders of the party expressed the opinion that if the meeting was an indi cation of the feeling prevailing there, there would be few Re publican votes polled in November." Clapper Items. N. E. Cox spent a ten days vacation with friends and rela tives. Mr. Cox is manager of the Har...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 August 1900

THE DEMOCRAT V. J. ROUSE, Kditor. R, r. IIIXSON, f ity Kditor. TBRMI $1,00 .PER YEAR Kntcrutl al Ikt poat iifnct at Monroe City, Mo. a siconil-clHsa matter. TIIUKSUAY. AUG 28. 1900. ! ATTENTION!! DEM AT A meeting will be lie Id at the Council Room at 7::J0. pm.' FRIDAY AUG. 24th for tlia purpose of or ganizing a BRYAN CLUB, This is the year for Democrats to work Come and joiu our club and do ;11 in your pow er to free America from Trust Rule and Hanna-ism. Democracy is for the masses; Hannaism for special classes A little prosperity .for the masses, please. A vote for McKinley is a vote for trust rule. The FUippinot are as much entitled to liberty as are Amer ican citizens. The Democrat's two supple ments tins week contain mighty Interesting reading. Study the great speeches carefully. Our Republican friends are invited to come and help us free America from trust rule and Hannaism. Trust rule means the favored few will rob the many and in this robbery will have the en dorsement of M...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 August 1900

Neither McKINLEY NOR BRYAN SAVE MONEY Like buying your HARDWARE, BUGGIES, GUNS, STOVES, ETC. FROM R. Manning Walker. J. E. Bouldwin and wife are spending the week at Excelsior Springs. George Landers, of north of the city has secured a good po sition at the Union Depot in Hannibal. Dick Pierceall is ill with ty phoid fever. Miss Anna Clay, of Clarence, has spent the week in this city with Miss Lena Patrick. Dr. W. C. Sprinkle made a professional visit to Hunnewell Tuesday evening. The P. E. O. ladies will meet with Mrs. H. M. Clark at 2:30 Saturday. Monday the trusts boosted the price of sugar 25 cents on the 100 pounds. Mrs. Wm with George B. Anderson is pecting in Oklahoma. pros- Miss Mildred ing the week relatives. Scott is spend with Palmyra very ill her sis- Baker is consumption at ters, Mrs. Charles Lewis. Moss Bond, of Lathrop, is the guest of his brother, W. L. Bond. Miss Delia Harwood returned yesterday from her summer's vacation. Judge C. P. McCarty was a business visitor ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 August 1900

The Whole Tiling. Wno oftuwd nil tii'- crop to flruw? MoKlnley. Who makes the MMOM come and got McKtnley. Who ihape the current of evenU Who regulates the elements'.' Who tftkei the place of provideneoY MoKlnley. Who makes it ruin when it is dryV MoKlnley. Who shape demand, also lapplyV MoKlnley. Who oAUMd the Indian r amine, which Balied wheat andeorn to iueh a pHoh it made the farmere alt net rlohY MoKlnley "Who glvee the people Industry? MoKlnley. "Who makei the world's- proiperltyY MoKlnley. Who plaoedthegolddown Intheground Ami iiu'ii rot out and scratched around Till Cripple Creek and Nome were found? MoKlnley. Who tailed Into Manila bay? McKtnley. Who sunk Cervera'i Beet one day? MoKlnley. Who fought against the warithenoame At a late hour into the game And took the glory for the sumo'.' MoKlnley. Who i the source of every good? MoKlnley. Who wants that fully understood? McKtnley. .If any benefit befall Somewhere upon this mundane ball. Who la the Creature sleek and small Tha...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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