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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 31 March 1905

Morgan County Democrat. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Sixth Year. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, March 31, 1905. No. 13. Hens Can't Help But Lay. If you wish to insure a steady supply of eggs; if you wish to prevent and cure roup, gapes and other poultry diseases, use BOLES' OZARK POULTRY FOOD. This is one of the things at this time of year that anyone who has poultry can't afford to overlook. 2 Pounds for 25c. Prepared by AT Boles' Drug' Store, Versailles, Mo. LOCAL NEWS. 5 Kavanaugh's livery barn. Phone 49. Grand opening at Mrs. Child's Millinery today and tomorrow. Thos. G. Snorgrass, the stockman from North Morgan, was here this week. Pest stock, lowest prices and best of taitc displayed at South Side Mil linery Pazaar. , The appearance of the automobile an our streets auto be an incentive to an early Spring. Attorney Wm. Forman returned Thursday of last week from a business trip to St. Louis. Attorney R. M. Livesay is reported cjuit...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 31 March 1905

Sfte DEMOCRAT riihllnhril V.vrry I'rlilnr Morning. TII.I.MAN A I I ' I ' I t'ronrlrtor. VERSAILLES, : : Missouri. There arc, on nn average, 200 pig eons officially kept In every Oerniao fortress. The latest c-stlmntes of the wheat crop of Australia In 1904-5 arc about 04,752,000 bushels, against 83,512,000 bushels In 1903-1. The Cuban sugar crop of 1004 Is elated, In a report from U. 8. Consul General Stclnliart, to bo 1,033,703 tons, of a valuo of at least $50,000,000. Consumption of all sugir, foreign and domestic, In the United States for the year 1001, was 2.7C7.1C2 tons (2,240 pounds) and for tlio year 1903 was 2,5l!i,GIH tons (2,210 pounda). The people of Baltimore have been discussing a proiwsltion to celebrate the rebuilding of tho burnt district, t-oino advocating a jubilee next Self tcmbcr, and others insisting that it be postponed till next year. They have a queer way cf holdlnf! auctions In Japan. The auction''-! puts up the object to bo sold and asks for bids, Ea'-h bid...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 31 March 1905

Spring Suits And Warm Weather Goods Should Now Attract Your Attention. BOOTS OXFORD 2 Tailored Suits Insured to Fit You, Spring Underwear, Shirts, Neckwear, Hats, Caps, and Furnishings of all Kinds. All Heavy Goods Now going at Bargain Prices. Largest Stock of Footwear in tKe City. J. A. PETTY & CO., Versailles, Mo. Sveryone can't be a judge of leather and hoemaKing. Even the best posted women may be deceived by shoes without a name or reputation. Many shoes are fair to looK upon, but when they're put to service thalr fllmnlnoan shown forth. Thi one aure way to have shoes that are rirfht ts to buy those with the name "Queen Quality." Font Color Eyelets. Only $3.00. If it is a billions attack take Chamber lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and a quick cure is certain. For sale by Muntz.el Drug Co. Special Low One-Way-Rates Via Wabash Route To Los Angeles, San Francisco, I'ottluml, Seattle, Tacoma, Vancover and other intermediate points in the West and North-West. Tickets on sa'e Da...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 31 March 1905

i is BANK OF VERSAILLES. Condensed Statement of the Hank of Versailles, lit tint close of business, Feb. 1, 11)01 : J1KSOUKCF.S. Cash and Exchange.., Sl0Vt!.7 Loans and Discounts I0O.OS7.7S Ileal Kstuti, Furniture and Fixtures 4,704.30 Total 8298,431 72 I.1AI1II.ITIKH. Capltnl Stock paid In 8 30.000.00 Surplus and Undivided l'rollts 10.71S.70 Ullls, payable and rc-dlscounts S.OOO.flO Deposits 243,708.06 Total 8298,421.72 Time Lock. Piro Proof Vault. Insurance against Burglary and Robbery. A. L. ROSS, President. WILL L. STEPHENS, Cashier. UNDERTAKING And Funeral Supplies provided and careful attention given at funerals. Free Hearse Always furnished where we have charge, and safe attendants employ ed at all times. . Embalming In charge of an expert in that line. D. KIDWELL. A. W. KIDWELL, Manager, VERSAILLES, MO. The Morgan County Marble and Granite Works, H. C. IGLEHART, Manager. (Successors to Cljark Marble Co.) We have purchased the stock of this company and will put in a complete ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 31 March 1905

THE RESTLESS GIRL SOCIETY AND HOME OFFERS A FAIR FIELD FOR TALENTS. Girls Now Educated on a Broader Plane Than Formerly More Eager to Make Their Owu Way Fields for the Restless Girl None Better Than the Home Hardship on Mothers. BY MAHGAKKT U. SANOSTKH. (Cops right. 1005, by Joseph It. Howies.) When Phebc and I were girls we looked forward to a pleasant time at home, with plenty of fun and freedom, friends coming and going, possibly the stir of weddings In some not remote future. The girls of our day did not tay very much about It, but It was part of their unwritten programme one day or other to be married and have homes of their own. Phcbe's daughters and mine had a very different outlook on life. 1 shall never admit that they have had a bet ter education ilian ours for the mis sion of womanhood, but I cannot deny that they have had an education on a broader plane und on more scientific lines. They havo had the mental dis cipline and the intellectual training ac corded to their bro...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 31 March 1905

MORGAN COUNTY DEMOCRAT. 1MJM.ISHKD EVKRY FRIDAY MOIlNINtl. TILLMAN a DUFF, Editors and Proprietor Woods Slock, Second Floor 'Phono JVo. I3S. Subscription I year, In advance 81 00 " 0 nio.i " " 50c Entered in Post Ofllce at Versailles, Missouri, as second class mall matter. TEN PAGES, It docs not necessarily follow that the man who is fond A hoccake will take fondly to a hoe in the garden. The man who lives in a gilded palace (?) shouldn't cast .i stone at his neighbor who may have to reconstruct a sec ond hand cottage. The politician who was looking for a sweet job has soured on Governor Folk because he vetoed the bill cre ating a slate bee inspectorship. Hie cattlemen of Texas endorsed President Roosevelt m a set of lame resolutions. They might have at least in terspersed them with a bear sandwich. K'ow that the sports can't gamble at the race tracks in Missouii the '11 have to pool issues and go into the grain pits to wrestle with the bulls and bears. The season is fast approachin...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 31 March 1905

Shoes and Slippers Waistings Dress Goods Embroidery All the Latest Styles CLOTHING AT COST AT Carl W. SB, iersacn s. Mill 1 IMPORTED German Coach Stallion DORIS 2043. DORIS is a 5-ycar old Stallion, brown in color, GZ hands high, and weighs 1500 pounds. Is Hit best Ci ach horse in this part of Rfj the country. Has tot as much style anl action as an v ti otter in Missouri, and the greatest mover any one ever saw. Any man that y is interested in good horsis must not fail to sec this horse. lie is ri! the kind that all farmers want. He will malle the season of 1905 at Westview Stock Farm, Versailles, Mo. rg TERMS To insure colt to stand and suck 15 00, colts to stand Kn good for service fee. Inquire for special proposition. Mates enn not be removed fr m the county till service fees are paid. Care jl will be taken to prevent accidents, but we will not be icsponsible, P VERSAILLES m German Coach Horse Co. p G. E. PETTY, General Manager, hp Wostvicv StocK Farm northwest of Versailles. i :...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 31 March 1905

i',",ft;i" -2Z. RESTORED &iS HAIR. calp Homnttr Cared hy Catlcara Duuy ami Ointment After All KIkc llml Failed. "I was trouLlcil with a severe icalp humor and loss of liair thai (;ae mo a (jicat deal of nmio.vance and iiiconven lento. After unsuccessful cflorU with tunny remedies and to-called hair tonics, a friend induced me to try Cuticura Soap nnd Ointment. The humor was cured in a (liort time, my hair was restored ai l.ialthy as ccr, nnd I can gladly say J have since been entirely frco from any further annoyance. I shall always use Cuticura Soap, and I keep the Ointment en hand to use as a dressing for the hair nnd i-calp. (Sinned) I'red'k liusche, 213 Jast 57th St., New York City." A disnified iii.hi'h hat i seldom n larja an he thinks it ought to be. Chicago Daily News. NnUrr'n Home HnMilcr Cum. So named because 50 acres produced no heavily, that its proceeds built a lovely home. See Salzcr's catalog. Yielded in Jnd. 157 liu., Ohio 100 bu., Tcmi. 1!H bu., nnd in Mich. IKM ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 31 March 1905

A 480 ACRE FARM YIELDS 25 PER CENT. PROFIT A YEAR. What a Mercer County (Ohio) Farmer Received from One Year's Crop. Extracts from an interesting letter from P. H. Rynhard, of Starbuck, Man. ltoba, Canada, gives an excellent idea c! the prosperity of those who have gono from the United States to Can eda. lie says: "I bought, August, 1903, 4S0 acres of land, paying 112,000 for it. We threshed 2,973 bushels of wheat and between 1,200 and 1,300 bushels of oats and barley from 200 acres. But part of the wheat went down before filling, and was not harvested except for hay. The crop was worth at threshing tlmo $3,000. Besides 120 acres laying idle, except a timothy meadow, which is not included in this estimate. Counting the value of the product and the increase of value of land will pay mo more than 23 per cent, on the investment. Two broth ers in the same neighborhood bought 160 acre3 each six years ago. They have not done a single thing to this land except to fence It and break and cul...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 31 March 1905

.wins Silk Coats and Shirt Waist Suits. r IV.. m 0 V7!T l ..XV. 3 .A 3 (..eVJ 7, ALWAYS SOMETHING NEW. Just received a nice shipment of Ladies' Silk Jackets and Shirt Waist Suits. Covert Jackets and tShirt Waists. Our Covert Coats as usual are up-to-date. The Shirt Waists which we just received are all white with some of the finest Embroidery work we have ever had. A FULL LINE OF SKIRTS. We have a full line of Ladies' and Misses' SKIRTS in all the leadiug Fabrics, as well as in Black Silk. Children's tSuits and Knee Pants. The largest and best assortment of Children's Suits and Knee Pants we ever had, can now be seen on our counters. Remember, that our stock is strictly up-to-date and that we Have No Old Chestnuts to offer you at a big discount. All of our goods are strictly first class, OR YOUR MONEY BACK. AlODUTfT H M Leader of Low Prices and ErKJET Jr.ELrv, & First-Class Merchandise. Still I ANNOUNCEMENTS. CHI NT SlllOOl, COMJIISHIONKIt. Wo arc t tquustccl to announce J. 1'. ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 7 April 1905

Morgan County Democrat. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Sixth Year. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, April 7. 1905. No. 14. 0 O G) W y o o o o o o y o o o co o o 0) 51 o) G) o o o CJ o a) o u o) a o o o o) Answer that Letter ON GOOD PAPER! People you seldom see can't help hut judge you by the Stationery you use. Good correspondence papers cost but little here and. our stock always includes whatever is in new shape or quality. We have both bo and bulk papers at a great variety of prices. So you are sure of finding just what you want. Pens, Pencils, Inks, Mucilage and OQ. g everything else that belongs in a Sta- (JrKsJffc. g tionery Stock AT Boles' Versailles, Mo. 5 LOCAL news: Kavanaugh's livery barn. Phone 49. If you want a pretty up-to-date Hat call at Mrs. J. V. Holes. Dr. E. P. Yamell. the Dentist, is transacting business in St. Louis. Mrs. Win. O'llryan and two children left Tuesday morning for Indiana, ivhere the family expert to reside...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 7 April 1905

Sfte DEMOCRAT I'llhll'liril livery I'rlilwy MnrnliiR. TII.I.MAN .V Dlirr. I'miirletiirn. VERSAILLES, missourl A Japanese bride gives Iicr wedding, presents) to hrr parents, as a slight recompense fur tlm trouble they hav had in roaring her. Tho longist lighting conductor In tlio world Is on the Lugspltu weather station, In Havana. It runs down tha tiioiintnln Bide for three and a half miles to a lake. Tolmceo feed valued nt $3,112 wan exported to the United States from Cuba during tlio year 1001, as shown In a recent report from Consul-Geucrnl Stoliihart at Havana. Gen. Grcoly, chief signal ofllcer, U. S. A., will roiivcit thu Omaha (Neb.) barraelts Into a signal corps post, where experiments will bo made with airships nnd dirigible balloons. The Trench government has be stowed thu decoration Palmes Acudcm Iquos on Miss Francos Johnston, of Washington, I). C. Hut one other American woman has been honored In this way. Several uranium minerals have shown radium dlieetly proportioned I...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 7 April 1905

e MAP SHOWING THE EXACT LOCATION OF VERSAILLES ON THE NEW ROUTE. x (RocH l9,and Sy5tem) Oa t The above is the only authentic Map that has been produced giving the exact route of the St. Louis, Kansas City &. Colorado R. R., naming all prominent towns on the line and the counties through which the road passes, and showing just where Versailles and Morgan County are located between StLonis and Kansas Lity, near the center, which indicates that as a commercial point on the route Versailles takes front rank as compared with her sister cities. This Map should be kept for future reference. Roik Island Builds Hotels For Its Employes. Contract has been awarded by the Rock Island System for the erection of a hotel building at East Molinc, III., near Rock Island, for the accommoda tion ol its employes. The hotel will be two stories in height and will take care of about 160 men. It will be thoroughly equipped with steam heat, electric light and shower baths, to gether with a reading room a...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 7 April 1905

Spring Suits And Warm Weather Goods Should Now Attract Your Attention. Tailored Suits Insured to Fit You. Spring Underwear, Shirts, Neckwear, Hats, Caps, and Furnishings of all Kinds. All Heavy Goods Now going at Bargain Prices. Largest Stock of Footwear in the City. J. A. PETTY & CO., Versailles, Mo. RHIU'MATIC PAINS QUICKLY RKLIP.VIiD. The excruciating nins characteristic of rheumatism and sciatica arc quickly relieved by applying Chamberlain's I'ain Halm. The great pain relieving power of tile liniment lias been the surprise and delight of thousands of sufferers. The quick relief from pain which it affords is alone worth many times it cost.- -For sale by Muntzcl Ornj Co. The Democrat, i TILLMAN 5 DUFF. Proprietors. Woods Blk. 2nd Ploor. Phone No. 1 ."15 HI Everyone can't be a judge of leather and I HI ihoemaKing. Even the best posted women I HI may be deceived by shoes without a name D HI or reputation. Many shoes are fair to looR I HI upon, but when they're put to service I ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 7 April 1905

fl ill AMI HAIRBREADTH ESCAPE OF EX PERT SWIMMER FROM A SHARK. "El Lobo Marino," Man-Eating Terror of tha Coast Warning Disre gardedIn Water with Mon k iter Hovering Above. By Hon. Wauhope Lynn. Ex-Judise .)f First DUtrlct Court of New Vork.) This stoty does not deal with any ex perience oC mine as Judge or states man, but ofaperlod of my life when 1 was a young tt very young and very In experienced lawyer. Had I been less young and less ex perienced 1 would not have risked ray newly acquired foothold at the New York bar by accenting an Invitation from a frlund of my father's to spend three months at his Cuban plantation. But I was u bit run down by overwork, and I fancied I could wrestle more doughtily with the problem of snatch ing fame and fortune from a profession already c.vt rerowded if I could first get a change of air and complete rest. So early in November of a certain year farther back than I care to re member, I found myself a welcome and u decidedly happy guest at one of...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 7 April 1905

MORGAN COUNTY DEMOCRAT. 1MJI1I.ISI1KD EVERY KltlDAY MOUNINO. TILLMAN (El DUFF, Editor and Proprietors Woods Block, Seaond Floor 'Phone No. 133. Subscription 1 y'ar, In udvnneu SI 00 " o urns " " f0o Entered In Post Ofllce lit Versailles, Missouri, as fecond clash lllllil lllllttl!!-. TEN PAGES. The office of the Division Superintendent of the Rock Island has been taken away from Kldon. The town of Walnut has a citien named O. 1!. flay, and Noiieiirh comes forward with another who sitfiis his name Lr. I!. Dam. Rockefeller's instructions to his Kansas agents read: "Keep your lamps trimmed and burning and J our pipe lines drawn tight." A tailor in Caimllton advertises in one of the local pa pers that he practices the "sartorial art." We inter by this tint he has fits. The liunreton Eagle has just celebrated .its seventeenth birthday anniversary and our neighbor of Cooper is as luight as a voting miss from Vassar. Another million dollar American heiress has become engaged to a member of...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 7 April 1905

Shoes All the Latest CLOTHING AT s IMPORTED K3 German Coach Stallion DORIS 2043. DORIS is a 5-year old Stillion, brown in color, UZ hands high, and weighs li'OO pounds. Is the best Conch horse in thispaitof the country. Has got as much style and action as any tiotter in Missouri, and the greatest mover any one ever saw. Any man that is interested in good horsis must not fail to see this horse. He is the kind that all farmers want. He will maKe the season of 1005 at Westview Stock Farm, Versailles, Mo. TlvRMS To insure colt to stand and suck 15 00, colts to stand good for service fee. Inquire for special proposition. Maies can not be removed fr m the county till service ftes are paid. Care will be taken to prevent accidents, but we will not be tesponsiblc. VERSAILLES German Coach Horse Co. 0. E. PETTY, General Manager, Westview StocK Farm northwest of Versailles. &3 cm rxi m -'a K3 Luk.J P'OR A WKAK DICKS riOX. j No ins licine can replace food btitCham-1 herlain's Stomach and Liv...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 7 April 1905

A Monster Egg. The cgR of the acplornts, which la now 1n the United State? national Musoum, Is probably the largest egg In existence. It Is 12 Inches long and ten Inches wide, and Its shell is nearly a quarter of an Inch thick, and as hard as a rock. Bonn idea of Us size may perhaps bo had when It Is stated that It Is capable of holding tho contents of six ostrich eggs, or 141 hens' eggs, or 30,000 humming birds' cgga. Candidt Mrs. Do Vorcce You are tho ufth manager to offer mo an engagement Dear me! I'm puzzled. 1 don't know bow to act! Manager Oh, we don't expect you to act. It Is the way you havo acted thai nukes you an attraction. The Gas Man. Who Owns the EallroadsP H. T. Ncwcomb, of tho District ol Columbia IJar, has compiled statistics showing that 5,171,718 depositors In savings banks of six eastern states are directly Interested in tho Joint owner ship of $412,351,050 of steam railroad securities, that lnsuranco companies doing business In Massachusetts hold 5815,889,038 of...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 7 April 1905

A GREAT MEDICINE BEINGS HEALTH TO THREE MEM BEES OF SAME FAMILY. Cores n TTIfo'n Debility After Mnlnrla, HilsbitaiVs lllictltimtl-mi, a Daugliter'a Ncrrous l'roslrntlon. , " I Lr70 rcconuiiciulcd Dr. Williams' Pink Pills to tunny peoplo," talil Mrs. Gossclt, " becauso I lmvo seen such ootl tcMilts, tinionfter time, rijjlit iuiiiyowu family. Thcro aro tlu-co of us who have uo doubt nbout their merits. Wo do not need to tnko anybody's word on tho nub jcet for our own experlcnco has taught us how well they deservo praise. " It was just nbout ten years nRo that I first read nbout Dr. Williams' Pink Pills , nnd bought my first box. I was at that timo r.ll run down, weal;, nervous and without ambition. I hud been doc toring nil summer for malaria nud stomach trouble. Everybody thought I Was going into consumption, as my mother bad died of that disease. "Thanks to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, I am now nlivo nnd hearty. I began to improvo as soon ns I began totuko them, and when I had taken tl...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 7 April 1905

ruivrTi I Silk Coats and Shirt Waist Suits. The City Election. The election in this city Tuesday was one of the liveliest local affairs that has been pulled off here in many .1 day. In fact it started out warm soon after the polls opened and kept getting wanner and wanner until the last vote was cast at (3 o'clock in the c ening. The fight concentrated on the city inarshalship and everything else was hist sight of in the din of the battle, n.miels for the office of mayor had no opposition, but the friends of Win. J tucey insisted upon pitting him against John Sullens for city inaishal ind this fact is what lined up the lorees in both wards and resulted in Sullens' defeat by 00 votes. The re sult by wards is as follows ; l s w.ni. 1'or Mayor Samuel Daniels, - S City Marshal ohn Sullens, - GO Win. Ducey. - 88 Alderman James I'".. Morris, - 1-12 I s I 1, I'm Mayor Samuel Models. - 17.r) ( 'ity Marshal ohn Sullens, - (55 "Win. Mucey. - - 10.5 Alderman W. A. Kiduell. - 171 Annunl School ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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