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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 27 April 1900

HIGHLAND ) RECORDER VOL. XXII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., APRIL 27, 1900. NO. 18. .. . ? WE FORCET. Bo roany tender words nnd true We meant to say, dear love, to you; go many things we meant to do, But Wo forgot. The busy days were full of care; The lODg night fell nil unaware; you pawed beyond love's pleading prayer, Whllo we forgot. . jsow evermore through heart and brain There breathes an undertone of pain. Though what hns been should bo again, We would forget. We feel, we know, that thero mast bo Beyond the veil of mystery gone place where love cnn clearly soe And not forttet. ?rAJa Foster Murrny, lu Harper's Magazine. fl B^ag Mafehl JOHN ASLEY, Jr., was a ta!, young man about twonty-two, and aa be gazed wrathfully at his fatker tbe old man almost Quailed before bim. m Old John Asley was of the "old School," whatever that may meau. ?ind young John Asley was of the Wnew school," very new, in fact, went "u heavily for athletics, ran up a big bill at college for "Dad" to pay, ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 27 April 1900

Ii 1GULAND RECORDER Terms, $1.00 a Yeariu Advance. rssaed everrv Fridav tveninpbv W. KC. MATKiBlsrY, r~:To? .a-i-t-d *a*t*o,3Pl^l**iw;f?. pateied ?t the Monteray postofflce at second dasi mr.tter. Monterey, Va., Frid-rv, April 37, 1000 Dewe? wants a white bi'u-*e, lu didn't want any brown stone Irnnt lt can not bc denied that i Dewey don't run nny batter timi he die! at Manila he will get lef sure. A Bio; Book. It will bo a big book. This eui be said of it at lea.* t. We are 'peak? ing of the Acts of our Inst legisla ture. Tbe 1083th page bas beet readied and the end of the printer: task is nor yet. The largest bool' of acts ip ade bv the Virginia legis , lati)re. in late years, readied 1(I4( pages, and in that was a revisioi of the license laws which covered : . cosielerable spue*. Our representatives wont to Ri e.: iv mond to make law*;. They wan tee to put in full tims and giye theil people their money's worth, if no! in quality, tlien ia quantity, ant the result is a voluminous,...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 27 April 1900

Highland Reckodeu LOCAL NEWS. Circuit Court day next week, Thursday, May 3rd. If your sub sription expires on that day dont forget to call and renew. PERSONAL. Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr and Mrs N Winier are sick. Mr G W Heyener of Hightown is improving. Ile had been very sick. Mrs J C lio^s**: returned We'd ne-day from Baltimore. Messers G J Hiner and W A Bussard are on a trip to Huttons ville this week. Mr E ll Slaven, contractor. i> working the road south ol town. Mr and Mrs 8 A Porter were ii town Tuesday. Plenty of Sailors fur ladies ai d child"en at Mrs Trimble's. Dr Chas B Fox was ca'led t? McDowell t'a'urday to se-e Mr. ?Charles Alexander who is sick. Another lot of Canada cattle were shipped to the county thu week by Mr S A Porter. Mi Reuben Fox of Crabbottom go! part of them. Mrs H II Slaven of Meadow Dal., was in town Honda?. A new stock of sir,??lo nnd double 1 hilgay and wagon barnes.*, at V Vj bishop's. /'Messrs E...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 27 April 1900

Japanese) Gardenia*;. The Japanese have the art of dwarf? ing trees to mere shrubs, and or culti? vating plants in a similar way. Tho people take great delight in their miniature gardens, which require a rpecial gardener to keep them down to desired limits. The author of "On Short Leave to Japan," writes: "A Japanese garden is generally about ten yards square, and in this small spaco is found a park and demesne, with lake, summer house, temples, trees, all complete, and all in keeping with the dimensions available. ? The lake is four feet long and full of small gold? fish. On the border stands a pine tree, exactly eighteen inches high and fifty years old, beneath its shade is?a tem? ple carved out of one piece of stone, the size of a brick. On a lofty crag of some two and a half feet stands a fine maple tree, perfect in form and shape, fifteen years old and twelve inches high. We* bought three of these miniature trees later?a maple, a pine and a bamboo clump?each about fifteen years...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 4 May 1900

HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. xxn. MONTEREY,. HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. MAY I. 1900. NO. 10. THE CALL OF_THE DRUM. AU fniLt nnel far away I hear The? cnlllDg ot the druin. Ita rhythmic trummitig, drawlog noar, Is ever pleading: "Come!" Tho colors arie waving? My heart throbs with craving? As uoarer Aud clearer, Aud louder, And prouder Ita melody grows, as tho sound comos aud goos. "Come! Cornel" I.s tao call ot the drum. Now lira ve and grnnd, aud near at haud I hear tho calling drum. Thc flag, by gallaut broezes fanned, Is beckoning: "Oh, come! We'll rush to tho clamor Of strife*, with its glamour," Alie! (swelling, And telling The story Of glory The druin slugs lu cleo us it passes by rac. "Come! Come!" Is tho song of the drum. still faint aud f.ir away I lrcar Tho ever calliug drum. Now singing low, uow rlDglng clear, lu its insistent "Come." With tonos sweet and hollow It lures me to follow. Far away Through tho day It cnlls me? ' Enthralls me? Tho lift of its beating my heart ls repeating...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 4 May 1900

Htf whland Recorder Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. I*?ue4 ererv Fritlar t venltif* b*? w. H. iviA-TKCEisr-ir, Entered st the Monterey postof&ce a? second cleft matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, May 4, 10M President McKinley pitched tin song of jingoism ni;d U filled il" newspapers, but the people didn' dance. He wns troinej to fence Un i ** Sultan of Turlve?v tn bettie thone . long standing missionary claims and if the spondulix was not a once forthcoming he would send ni American fleet over there to giv< his command preeminence. Hu Russia says, "We object to a forei ble collect inn of these claims, foi certain 199*011." Now. the admin istration is going slow in its col lotions in that direct ion. A Fulhiwer of Measle*.? Ii many instances a persistent congi follows an attack of measles, ii speaking of this Mr. Wafter H.Meei editor of the El kin X. ?". Time: savs: ?' Three weeks afco 1 had un attack of measles vrliieh left me a bad cough. I took several dose > of Chamberlain,...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 4 May 1900

Highland Recroder LOCAL MEWS. PERSONAL. Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. The 8th of May is Registration day, the regular one. Mr and Mrs James A Fleisher were in town Satudav. Mrs Amanda Campbell is still complaining with grip. Mr. D.O. Bird and wife of Valle) Center were guests ol ("apt. Mathe* ny Tuesday. Mr Wellington Bird of Mill Gaj was here Tuesday Mrs. 0. J. Campbell has beei; suffering from grip but is improv? ing Mrs Sula Slaven is visiting thi* week at West Augusta and Staun? ton, Mr George Bussard of Bular wa? in town Wednesday. Capt S W Sterrett of Hull, was in town on business Monday. Mr Leslie Bussard aud wife ol Bolar were in town Saturday. The circuit court term coinnienc ed here today (Thursday) a large attendance. Notice?All parties indebted t< nie, will please call and settle uj at ouce, ard Oblige A C Suddarth. Mr Geo, Gwin of Bath county | was in town Tuesday. The sick in and about town v.e believe are on the mend. ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 4 May 1900

That Tired Feeling Just as surely indicates that thu blood is lacking in vitality and the elements of health as does the most obstinate humor that the vital fluid is full of impurities. Hood's Sarsaparilla cures that tired feeling by enriching and vi? talizing the blood, creating a good appetite'and invigorating every organ of the body. Hood's Sarsaparilla "I had that tired feeling nil tho time. I took Hoo.i'a Sarsaparilla aud lt uiado me feel like a now man. My wife was all ruD down aud could not do ber work. She has taken fou; bottles of Hood's and is iu good health." C. Bowley, Manville, R. I. Hood's Sarsaoarilla >? sold by all druggists. Get Hood's and only Hood's. A RI ur. lc rou*. Gani". Prof. Charles Oman of Oxford, the English historian and military critic, enjoys playing the German martial game known as "kriegspiel." The game involves the use of a regular map with counters, representing infantry, cavalry and artillery, and is supposed to have great educational value in t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 11 May 1900

GHLAND RECORDE VOL. XXII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., MAY ll, 1900. NO. 20. THE HILLS OF HOPE. ''What saw you, child, on the Hills of hope (Where none may ko that be over-wise), That a shining joy fades lingeringly Out of tho deeps ol your eyes;'' "The hills of hope are roses and snow " And tbe glad air ol its own self lings, And the dull world hid in the mists below Is a gray, forgotten drmun of things. And O, but my heart was light and gay Wu*?u I walked on the hills of hope to-day?" "What saw you, child, on the rainbow lillis (Where none may go that be over-wise i That you lay your cold HUle hand in mine, With the shadow of fear in your oyes?"' ''Ou the farther side of tho rainbow hills Is a forest of dead trees black ami baro And a river cold as tho river of death, Aud tliaj'hos.ts.of dead Joys wander there. Aud 0, frat niy'he'art was terrified To-day at that cold, daru river side." "Now be nit afraid, little child, for seo The dream ls gone, and the warm MB* sliiuo ls brigh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 11 May 1900

m-?wes 9 *4 11(i ULAND -liKOOKDEK, ' Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Ia*t*ed crerv Fridav evening hv W- H. MATHENY, ?BwITCTS -Ja.lTX> *f?-Xr2atl-I*S2!lE**?. Entcicd at thc Monterey postoffice a? second class mailer. Monterey, Va., Friday, May ll, 1900 Gen. Otis, for two vc-ars Com? mander in the j'nilippines, U-u turned over his trust to Gen. Mac. Arthui ami sailed for hom*' on thc 5 fa. Will he start a presidontia' boom? Election May 24th. An election will he held in thi: state on May 24th, the fount Thursday, and in this, as in al elections, it is the ditty of c'tizen* to vote. It ison tiie const il ul iona convention question, and if yoi want a new constitution vote "Foi ' Constitutional convention." Il you want the present constitution ?0 remain unchanged erase "Foi Constitutional Coi wiiti ni'' und vour ballot will c.Mint against it. The 10th Congressional Pistrict The Committee of the 10th Con? gressional district met on the 28th ulto. and decided to set the date for the di...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 11 May 1900

Highland Recroder LOCAL NEWS. PEBNONAL. Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr John Sipe Sr. lias been right sick, this week. Slr Ed Arbogast has at last been discovered by grip. Mrs JJ.! Gilmore of Back Creek called at this office Tuesday. Mr Sandy Stephenson and sister Miss Sallie were in town Tuesday. Mr Paris Johnston is with Mr Orndorff again. Mr Charles McClintic was here Monday with his two Kentucky, two year old colts. They ure some? thing fine. Mr John J Kincaid and wife vere in town Tuesday. Mrs James Mooraaw of Green Bank, is yisiting her mother, Mrs Peterson, at McDowell. Mr George Swadley and sister. Miss Elsie, are visiting in the Val? ley. Mr Tate Hiner has taken his en? gine to Staunton for repairs. Mr Clide Hiner went with him. Mrs S W Cruminett received this week, from Baltimore and Phila? delphia, a second consignment of ladies hats, trimmings, &c. all the very latest goods. Mr L S Dickenson has moved to his new home on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 11 May 1900

Bernard'. Narrow E?r*pe. A toa having been pursued by s Barnard (Vt.) bunter and two hounds escaped In a novel manner. The ani? mal was being closely pressed by th? dogs, when it dashed across tbe rail? road track in front of a fast movlni train. The fox barely succeeded it reaching the other side of the traci) ahead of the approaching locomotive, but the dogs were not so fortunate The hounds were so eager for theil prey that they did not heed the train, nd both were killed. A tinter Caller. A writer in Cassell's Little Folks tells a story of a runaway hippopota? mus, whose keeper succeeded in recap? turing him in an unusual manner. In the days when Mr. A. D. Bartlett was king of tbe Zoo the hippopotamus once managed to break out of his hon??, lt employed its freedom very properly to make a friendly call on Mr. Bartlett. He was not pleased to see this huge charge out of bounds, and som for one of the elephant keepers to come and secure it. To this man the "hippo'' had taken extreme ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 18 May 1900

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. MAY 18, 1900. NO. 21. WITHOUT LOVE. Who travels alone with hi3 eye on the heights Tho' he laughs In the daytime, oft weeps through the nights, For courage goes down with the set or the sun, When the toll of the journey is all borne by one. He speeds but to grief, tho' full gaylv he ride, Who travels ahano without Love itt lite side, Who travels alone without lover or friend. But hurries from nothing to naught at th* end, Though great be Lis winnings, and high bc his goal, He ls bankrupt in wisdom, and beggared in soul. Llfe'u one gift of value to him is denied Wiatt travels alone without Love ut hit side. It Is easy enough in this world to rnaki haste If we live for that purposo, but think ol the waste! For life ic a poem to leisurely read, And the joy of tho journey lies not in its speed. Oh, vain bis achievement, and petty his pride, Who travels alone without Love at his side. ?Ella Wheeler Wiloox, in New York Jour? nal....

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 18 May 1900

" Terma, $1.00 & Year la Ad van fa*ued e*?erv Fridav tveningbv c*-:~o? *v*?ra *s***o*?4vxai?t**,c*??. Snteied at the Monterey prwtofice a1 y second class mailer. Monterey, Vi., Frid&v, May 18, 1901 Much has been auld about th Cuban banditti, imf, it turn*: on i that the highway robbers fire ii the United Static postal service. The Uritir-.ii ivar correspondent think 'thal ihe Ii ht war is prudi cally over. Hut thfv thon*afbt th , same thing tvheipCfohje surrender eil some Hine mont ns agp. AM* , the North thought that. theCivi ? War would last onlv three mini hf All of which a >ea to Show that n> can't most always .sometinn s gen erally.jVII. .**!.' Ex-Champion .lames J. Corbel poi up a stiff fight against Chain); lon Jeffries, stff-r than was ex pecteJ, but iu tue 23rd round short pu nell on i lu jaw Corbett to wi.lt and lie* remains ,*tilted. and lost tho buttle. "Cot bett's foot work wan wonderful |ii iu statcgd, hut should In" hi- can' plimenfed for thin, when we c...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 18 May 1900

Highland Hechoder LOCAL NEWS. PEIINONAL. , Brief Items of Interest to Heme Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Dr and Mrs G M Jordon spent a short while in town Wednesday. Mrs J ll Hidy is visiting her sis? ter Mrs Amanda Arbogast. Mr S C Slaven <>f Meadow Dale was in town Sunday, his first visit herein two years, Mr Bowman, one ol Franklin's leading merchants, and his wife spent Sunday in Monterey. MrsS \Y Sterrett and Mr and Hrs.John framar of Hull, were here Mouday. Mrs Chas. Hull and Miss Mollie Whitelaw of Hightown were over Monday. Bishop seems to he selling har? ness, sorries and buggies. S W Crummett is erect iii ir n\ ware room in the rear of L A Orn dorff's store. Mr Christian Puffeu barger is doing the work. Mr John Swecker was iu town i AV ednesday. Mrs S C Eagle and Mrs j 0 Armstrong of Dos Hill visited Mr E NY Armstrong at Wier recently4. Lemons, Oranges, Banannas, dried and canned peaches, prunes for sale by V li Bishop. During flie drying process of a ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 18 May 1900

Tetter and Eczema. "What will you charge me for 1 dozen boxes Tetterine? I know it to be a splendid remedy for the cure of Tetter and Eczema. I would like to keep it for cale. Mrs. Emma Plum? mer, Waynesboro, Miss." If your druggist don't keep it, send 50c. to J. T. Shuptrine, Savannah, Ga.,for a box. Vienna'* New Executioner. Vienna's new excutioner, Joseph Lang, ls the strong man of an athletic club and one of the best known ath? letes in the city. He is a nephew of the late excutioner and obtained the place against nineteen competitors. Otoo. "The colonel's been getting the drop on somebody, I guess." "Yes; he evident has a drop too much, and nobody ever knew him to buy any liquor himself!"?Detroit Jo; mal. Do Your F?-et AelM Md Itara '.' Shnke into your shoes Allon's Foot-Ease, n powder for the feet, lt makes tight or new shoes feel easy. Cures Comp, Bunion?, Swollen, Hot, Smarting and Sweating Feel and Ingrowing Nails. Sold by nil druggist! nnd shoe stores, 25 cts. Sample sent ...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 25 May 1900

LAND RECORDER VOL. XXII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. MAY 25. 1900. NO. 22. Down the canon of tho streot, Heat tho muffled mtretting feet! Hear the thousand-throated hutt), A* tho soldiers m-arer come! Eagerly the people crowd; Faintly now, and now more loud, While we listen, breathless, dumD, Comos tho droning of tho drum. Marching down tho western light, Bursts the column ou our sight! Through the myriad golden motes Splendidly our banner floats! Thou tho sudden-swelling ehoer, Voicing nil wo hold most dear, Wondrous, welling wavo of sound, Till the whirring drum is drowned! Now the marching mon havo passed; Wo bavd watched them to the last, Till the column disappears In a mist of sudden tears. Loves and hates before unguessed Tremble in the troubled breast; Loves and hates and hopes and foars Waking from the sleep of years. >v,. jQffS: Tr^i Cl. ' * -a rn L vi </' ,-<: to T was in tho carly part ol' the war, in the summer ot' 'GI, that -luck Killis on lisied. There was...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 25 May 1900

^ll*r?LrA]V4> RRC0RDE1 Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued every Fridav rvenincby W. H. MA TTTKTsT-r, Swttos jft.iTXj a* tratH.im ja mi ie. intered at the Monterey postotticf ; second class muller. Monte e , Va., Friday, May 95, UK Thfe Clark case lins l>if?cnrne bad Complicated. Mr. Jiarfc resign* nnd was appointed to fill the v cancy itv the acting Governor' Montana. Goy. Smith deirrTunei thai appoitment ns fraudulent ai appointed e\-(Y.i>:,'ressman Ma liii Maginpia. Th** vacancy ie Uk ly lo continue until the Montai legislature elects another Senate Census Enun>cri:tor-s. The enumerators, for the 101 district have at last been appoint* and are now in shape to go work on thc 1st day of .Inn Those for Highland are, If arti ti j Colaw, Thomas H. Slaven, .Ir. ai A. W. Revercoinb Republicans ni W. If, McNulty, Democrat. A Foe To Foreign Missions. Ex-President Harrison iu ! is ai dress at the Ecumenical Confc euee pointe^ out the deadly foe I foreign missions as follows:...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 25 May 1900

Highland Reckodek LOCAL NEWS. I'KliNOSAL. Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr A C Judy, bas been right sick for several days. Mr Sherman Gibson and wife of Frost, are visiting relatives in Highland. Mrs Jahn Trimble who has been ill erith grip is improving. Mr John T. Hitter of near Mc? Dowell, was in to see us Tuesday and tenewed his subscription. Mr. Fid. Kincaid of the River ?was up Tuesday. Mr. Harvey HuU of tho High town neighborhood was over Tues? day. Bishop seems to be soiling har? ness, Slimes and buggies. Miss Sallie Stephenson of Jack? sons River is visiting the family of Mr A S Montgomery at Colliers town. Mr. C D Xewlan of Crabbottom was in to see us Tuesday. Miss Edna Henson ie visiting friends in the Valley. The Monterey Epworth League contribution for the Indi;.. Famine fund was increased to 910.65a Mr. J If Crowley of McDowell is assisting in erecting Slr L A Cari chofTs residence. Joseph Hull, Esq. of Hightown was over Mo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 25 May 1900

Mott Furn Uh Clean Cars. A railroad company which under? takes to carry cattle is bound to pro? vide cars that are not infected with contagious cattle diseases, and if it furnishes cars in which cattle that had "Texas fever" have been hauled, with? out properly disinfecting them, it is liable for the value of any cattle which the shipper may lose by reason of that fact. The Supreme Court of Illinois bo declared in the case of thc Illinois Central Railroad comoanv vs. Harris. Breslau has a paper chimney fifty feet high and perfectly fireproof. Do Your Feet Ache anil Durn? Shake into your shoes Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder for tho foot, lt makea tight 01 iipw shoes feel easy. Cures Corns, Bunion", Swollen, Hot, Smartin,' and Sweating Peet and Ingrowing Nails. geld hy all drwrftiflla ?ind shoe stores, 25 cts. Pam pie seal FREE. Address Allen s. Olmated, LeRoy, N, Y. Wealeyaa UnlTeralty, at Middletown, Or., may found an annex for women students on the plan now in vogue nt Harvard and Bro...

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