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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 August 1903

aI HE MEURGO ROUND a I Ainu Uit ny IIa mrrl ge round I van MI It where I le Ai I can etc tit hobo Ii < IUPI ullJo acroti i < lItJ twUlghl sky And when 411 in rr > xorounj KOI round the M tisli liKlri lu play And Hit im ply rough mid the children ahllt and a uu inttht anti guy And 111 aerry Ru ioiiiiiI iron round and ruuttd J Ar4 the Aurw never lire Art Ho brlBht lletils blue Alai lIt music piayo And the mirth cull higher and higher As tli w rr > co round cues round and round Amid rcuno and round gar the nitrrjjco I j round diary M Iurki In St Nicholas n tTH STORY OF DICK it rultliliil rnuiill Uhlrh Krpl Ira Sr cur M Irrliul uf 111 I iuii frill h r Vrnrn t Out lu the urean about four miles oft tilt short of Itbodo Island and Just south ut Karntrniiii tt bay IH nnchorvd llren tott s H > I llyhtihl Some 32 yearn nio UK ioiuly wutrhtmon the ship had their iitiiiittnn attracted by n seagull that so cur pit u > Idc his wild nature as to swim clues to the VCBMI In search ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 August 1903

THE CITIZEN I jHJHHH II 111 I I I I H I I I I HI II I I 11 I II HoN I I 11 fEastern Kentucky News = No correspondence published unleu signed In loll by the writer The Dime it not for publication but at in evidence of food faith Write plainly ILW wtttttr IAI I I I I I I lttrt JACKSON COUNTY WELCHBURO The Republican primary to nomi nate candidates for circuit judge and Commonwealths attorney passed off quietly here Saturday July 25 There were only two drunk men on the elec tion grounds quite an uncommon thing for a primary election We have not received the official count yet but tho report at presont is that Judge Faulkner has a majority of nearly 1000 over J L Isaacs for Circuit Judge Several schools in this part of the county opened the 20th with fair attendance Oats har vest and haying are over sb the at tondanco will bo much better for two or three months while the weather and roads are favorable George Col lier who has been in poor health for quite awhile is very low His recover ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 August 1903

hHHH JtHIlH4HlHJHIW JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publisher Bnltrtd ot Ukt PoS l at Kerta Ay III second low nnttnatltr 1IIiIIIItIItIIItIIIIIIII THE CITIZEN 3t133II + Subscribe Today Circulation 2000 I VOL V A Family Pnpor BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGSUT 13 1903 One dollar a year NO 8 I IDEAS Do not sacrifice tho good thnt you J ClIlI have for Iho good you cannot have A man who in too busy to tnko clue of his health is like n mechnnic who is too busy to take euro of his tools One mans frnud or vioVncn may destroy tho mutual confldonco of tlioitsfltnlaTAKE TAKE NOTICE Wo begin n sories of Aosop Fablo puzzle pictures this wook which will Iw found both interesting and instruc o tive Each fable teaches n moral Rev Hownrd Murray Jones will preach at the Union church Sunday morning This will probably lie tho last opportunity to hear Prof Jones for a long time President Frosts article on Who are tho Friends of thn Mountain Poo pie is given in full in the unit two columns The a...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 August 1903

THE CITIZEN I JAMES M RACER Publlbcf r UEHEA KENTUCKY t THE LOVE THAT F + ENDURES 1 1 + i + i ByMERWIN SHADDUCK I ocrrrtgetler br ealy Nory I blo I I H E KNKV her on the instiiiit ull though since hr hud not tutor j tier nut to dinner no ine lint intro 1 hduced duced theta Time lifter nil had I chiingfil her very little She was a I little paler perhaps but H letter deI tree of the oldtime pijik tinting I Mill colored her oval cheek and the I thjruol coo transparent wJiilenes of her brow mid throat was the same as ever The chimns that lie missed I were the little flying tendrils of soft luilr gulden brown mid eloteeurliiip that hiul used to lie nbotit the nape I of her line throat The throat was even liner than of old unit the 11J en brown tre Ms quite ns well ar r iigcd and plentiful hiltthe dear I little tendrils were gone Presently his partner engaged in nn animated flirtation with her left hand neighbor while her partner manifested interest in his dinner nlone he ventured to luld...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 August 1903

f I CITIZEN aiaaaaalleaiflaaaaaaIve The Home JENNIE LESTER HILL Editor M IllHHHHHlH Hm SOME GAMES FOR THE CHIL DREN jA A Mrny yo round for Children iHI jull of mirth A row is formed the children taking hold of hands They aro to imitate tho movemonls of tho leader They begin to move to tho following ditly rocitvd in monotone with great emphasis on tho italicised feI I put my right toot In 1 put tnjr Jl foot nut I give tajrixlf ilutkp a hake a hake N And turn injfMll nlxiul The class recites tho ditty in action in harmony with a loader each put ting out the right foot nnd turning Hut the leader changes the dilly from right foot to left foot or rlghl or loft arm anti if any one niakon a mlNtake nod puts out the wrong f ° 0t or arm that player is to Ixi turned out of the society In the following wny which is clearly Indicated by the recitation recitationlit t lit put lilt Ml font In lie put liU right fad out And wfllfltrlilmn ili kr thakt And then wrll tutu dim nut The play goeq on unti...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 August 1903

t i 1 The Province of the Funny Man I By HARRY DANIEL Author ot Minor Obiertationt Clearly the funny man has a mission to perform in tins life that is IS essential as that of the physician the school teacher or the chiropodist braic equation or the puzzle that conies with the soap and on the west by the man who yearns to he made lighthearted and gay but who doesnt know the difference between a shaft of humor and a surcingle To humanity within these limits the humorist must minister and having learned that a merry heart doeth good like a dose of medicine and that there is nothing more healthful than a good laugh he must set about his task most conscientiously and devotedly When he considers that one sentence may do a wan and emaciated invalid more good than a pound of beef steak and that some other hollowchecked sufferer read ing throughout article may be able to shed his porous plaster and take new hope the humorists mission becomes both serious and lofty When the humorist we say re...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 August 1903

THE MORTGAGE PAID Wsve dint a lot of icrlmptn an allvln hand to mouth W eve dreaded too wet weather an weve worried over drought For the thing kept drawln Intreit mlieth rr crop were Rood or bad An raliln much or little teemed It iwal lowed all wa had The women folks were lavln and there alnt a bit of doubt Uut that things they realty needed Iota or times they done without 80 were breathln tomewhat easy an were feelln lets afraid gotL L the mortgage paid I wlrh Id kept a record of the things that mortgage ate In principal all Infrent from bcglnnln down to dale A hundred dozen chickens likely fowl with yellow legs A thouiand pounds of butter an twelve hundred dozen eggs Same four or live good wheat crop an at least one crop of corn An oat an ryeIt swallowed In Its life time aures youre born Dtildr the work un worry ere Its appe appetit So wer feeMn more contented since we got the mortgage paid Weve reached the point t rckon where weve got a right to reit An loaf around nit visit wear...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 August 1903

THE CITIZEN lHHHKK + 1 I I I I I I I I HI 11 111 HHIHHHHHHHHS Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES t LLLLLLJLLLtfftfl7PIrMMnri 7PIrMMnri i l attt1 aBen I Ben Maltby loft Tuesday for his home in Saybrook Ohio Gilbert Wyatt is acting night agent in the absence of Charley Reynolds Mr Reuben E Preston is very ill at his home with heart trouble I Clarence L Phelps left Tuesday night to spend some time at his home in Jamestown Ky lEd Chaney has returned from Cleveland whera ho has boon located for the last year The Boys Club enjoyed an outing ThursdayI afternoon afternoonMrs if Mrs Pat Kearns and children have c been visiting her parents Mr andI Mrs L C Duncan this week John Richardson a Civil war veter an is very ill at his homo on East Chestnut AenueI I Mrs Dory King went to Richmond Monday to visit at the home of MrI Robt GillenI Miss Ida Coner not Ladoga IndI visited her mother Mrs L W John I son this week i Mitch Preston and C C Rhodus I are among the number from Ber...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 August 1903

4I II 1 ALFREDS TROUBLE 1Vhul IP Ihr matter wllh Alfrnl7 A Ob Irll me ijulckl do t Hi witi loud from dawn IIII dark And cutely you can hear him llurk Itvuhuu boobuo lioohoo I Vlitil I r the mutter with Alfred I InnK In knuwald I I Tur thin IK very hard to Ivar I Iari And 1111 vr > uliU cry Tin tort l > par hln lirjiher laid llrn III thlf nwfnl KlMle lUciini f iiioiiiiiiH her told him lino Irs lib klx uiiil ii day or two And he IhoiiKht that hf WRO ilKht Cuv ri > Idler 1olSs I CuJd I BURNING PAPER TRICK II Will al Allllfl AID irlin IIIuPJ llnl 11tesOunl 11 of t iiiu our Isle II I Till Miiiulxidy that he will not hllI hblf to hold a utrlp of paper about lib Inuhcri long with his flnciTH as soon BH you Tight the upper end of It You offer j I him the rtrlp of pap r IIP will hold ItI i lift wet n ihiiinb und ludex linger You I I I I I i I llfllMNIl IAIHH THICK I lold a match to the end a few stcondh I mid your friend will drop the strip all If Ij xiniebody hud knorked It out of ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 August 1903

1 THE CITIZEN iS11ci + i1111151115111I11 I + H + I rlII Eastern Kentucky News Ho correspondence published unlew clgneJ In full by the writer Tbe Dime I F Is not for publication but ai AD evidence of good faith Write plainly I MItttWJrtMtJttItrtltHHIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIHIHIH JACKSON COUNTY KERRY KNOB James Dearborn arrived Thursday from Cynthiana to assist his brothe in sawing lumber The peoplo of this vicinity are enjoying tho caves Some of the people of this place at tended the dedication of the Pilo Knob cburch SundayRev Grillitl preached at tile Oak Grove church Saturday and SundayD M Click went to Drip Rock Sunday to visit his children who are teaching there OWSLEY COUNTY OABBARD Com crops are looking much better Since the rainsUev Campbell the Presbyterian preacher is to preach at Grassy Branch school house Satur day night Yopr correspondent and Meredith Gabbard were on Cow Creek last Saturday Owsley county gave Faulkner 341 majority over J L Isaacs for Circuit Judge He was elected ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 August 1903

BoJ lL L fOt HIHHWlHIHHKIHHH HIHHWlHIHHKIHHHJAMES JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publisher r I Kitltrtd at tit Pottofflct at BerM Ay to uconil > elms mallmailer HHIHHHHHtMHIHHH IiiII1tiIIihliIIIiI3IiIII1THE CITIZEN IIVOl V A Family Paper BEHEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGSUT 201901 Ono dollar a year NO n II IDEAS Impnticnco flakes nihall criln grant 1 onwi onwiSIICCORH SIICCORH alien costn mow hull it iH worth Men can impart their knowledge but not thoir experience Many n long jwriod of Mliticnl contention IMVOHIIIH an inviuililu point in history historyFROM FROM THE WIDE WORLD American enKineera lira on riolorn in China ChinaThfl Thfl Macedonian uprising in rapidly growing worse DiamonilH rubies anti sapphires have Mien diitcoverpd in Liberia Af Turkey canal ott fJOOO more troops on account of tho iuNtIrrx lion The Panama canal treaty hat won rejected by thu Columbian Seimto The German Government will oak the Iteichfltng for an increase in the army of 19000 men Lord SaliH...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 August 1903

THE CITIZEN JAMES M RACER Publisher UEItBA KENTUCKY IH t + 444 + + 4 + + + + + + 4 ± An Unconventional f fffair IAn I tBy Br ADA C SWEET + + tit + tt + tf114iff f It n pIgby IKObr IXOIjrfitorj rube I J was a dell day in the grout ile IT > irtinont tore where bright fvrd Kiille lliimilton worked and Kill had plenty of time to study the few lingers who IoItolldlt till1 counters She vns uiniislnp herself with the movements of an overdressed girl acrosS the aisle from her and won tiering how long It would tuke the hopper tit chiHise the right shade of ribbon nn operation of prove Import evidently when she was recalled to her duties by a mild though mascu line voice I Do you sell crepe nt this counter I Katie turned instantly Her JuesI tioner was that most awkward nt nil objects a man rn a shopping expedi tion and that tills particular man was doubly embarrassed doubly to l > e pitted Katies good heart at once descried lie was a tall gaunt young fellow with face and hands well tann...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 August 1903

O THE CITIZEN 0 rowswrwirwi iawowsiwtww w The Home jENNIE LESTER HILL Editor IH + IHHIJIH H44 SPORTSMAN The game of sportsman requires at lout four player There may bo an n many mote an desired One of the players assumes tho role of tho sports man and ai such takes tbo part of the leader In the game All of the other player represent various parts of the sporUmans dress or accoutre ments One is the bat another the hoots a third the coat others the gun r the bag the shotpouch and so on onI Chairs are provided for all tbo players except the sportsman Those chairs are arranged in two Iowa placed hack to back When the chairs have been thus disposed all tho players seat themselves Then the sportsman make a circuit of tho chairs While I the sportsman walks around tbo chairs be calls cut from time to tim ° IJthe name of some part of hill costume or equipment and thereupon the player who represents the article I iInamed named leaves his seat and attaches himself to the sportsman or falls boo...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 August 1903

WHAT WHISKY DOES I Slntruie r lij n Ynnne Man Will llml Klllrd llll Mrprmhnr I nilrr I t treat Iroviirnllmi w This Man Knows Whisky Is the title of an article In the Cleveland 1ost of March 21 Till article Is In the form of a comment upon the statement made I by a young man who was under arrest for killing his stepfather a crime that I he had committed under the circum stances of great provocation Here Is the article 1 would not touch whisky If It was to eave my life I have seen too much of Its work I have seen the misery It has made for my mother I have seen y too the brute It made of my stepfather when he was under its Influence If It were not for whisky our trouble would never have happened and I would not be In jail I never touched the stuff and Ive made a vow I never will These are not the words of an Im passioned temperance theorist They are the calm deliberate utterance of a young man who killed his drunken stepfather in defense of his mother and was Incarcerated In a Clevela...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 August 1903

t HOMELESS AND CHILDLESS I am homMcii and ehlldlrii I heard a man any At I ouiht my own flttilda at dOle or th day Hut of sold I han panty and friend h the core AtA what my food ilr can a man wan morel And ho laughed an he turned on hti wa to the club Rtcauit he know not of dIre poverty rut And because the world flattrrrd and pellet and frnred rtlmflf for tlift fortune hit hands had up y reared sill dart how empty and hollow the Bound And how lid leemrd the life 10 Imperfect crowned I And I wept as 1 flew to the Irma ot m own Far the wdrcn lAnd lorrow of living atom Vor alone In the dirkneri of life wlthou and Or alone In the pjthi which our Havlou has trod Or alone In Buffering sorrow or shame Or alone In weak purpose alone In hlg aim There llveth no sorrow mid sorrows 10 rife IIke a lonely and lovMrii fragment IIr life 1 am homeless and childless It rang In my ears Like the wall of a wanderer lost on the yean < No wife to befriend thre when lIIlldhlp hit done 0 a whisper 10 swe...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 August 1903

tTII I k a M I THE CITIZEN P r I HWHfrHHIHI MMHIlMI 11I1 ii J rH Berea and Vicinity IiGATHERED I GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES vHKMHHHH5HH vHKMHHHH5HHMr I Mr John Wagers sheriff of our county was in town Tuesday Mr Jeff Mitchell of Richmond Tuesdayv Miss Mattie Bales has returned + + from an extended visit to her brother Mr D G Bales at Morehoad + Misses Lou Flanery and Nannie Bales are sick at the Hospital this week with typhoid fever Mr John Ramsey and wife return ed Tuesday from a short visit with relatives in Rockcostle county I Mr Frank Stone and wife of Athens Ky are visiting Mr H H I Hill and family this week Mr Chas Preston and family are visiting Mrs Prestons parents at Gum Sulphur Rockcastle county The seven year old night blooming r Cereus belonging to Mrs S C Mason recently bloomed for the first time l depott on Tuesday night Two engines t came together derailing one Mrs S G Hanson returned Mon from ah extended visit with Will t T Hanson and family at Winchester Mrs...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 August 1903

iI THE PATHWAYS A vtnr w i in ihuolliiK down the west And left a Urnkof light That Klowiil it moment uliuwlntr where The ineUor hud truvi l d ere rot aye It puwisl Iriiui ltit Airo i ilniVy wtdecttinlly The little KH Unit murk Mher rnii bats IHHHH are like the Uliht lliui tin 11 shows ihe miteora HUM Dunn xHinltiK ibroUKli the ilnrk H K llxr Ill Ililemio ll < rorilll ruld h AMERICAN SCHOOLSHIPS 1alnln1 fr the Iurlf Trnln LMg lhq r rr Iii In our MreihHiit Mnrlnr Tlitt Si Mara anti the Saratoga are two of Mie three American HcliooIsiiliiH I on the Atlantic coast Intended exrluI sively for niintlcul xihooln to truln boys i fur tin inerrhnnt uinrlne TIlt Saratoga i IM nintrollHt by till stale of Ienniyl AUlu mud the stale of MnsKaclniwlts StI I Mnryn ill niiiliitiilneil by UNI board of tdiicntliin < if the rJty of New Vorlt The jiautlril reload tin tlio HI Mnrys IM un I der tlio giiporvlilon of the Unlti < States that is tn gay the rnptnln Iii a iktullctl DllJiTr of the UnlUil ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 August 1903

Tr i THE CITIZEN 1 ° HHHHHHIIl 1 H II II + HJJ D rJ Eastern Kentucky IIN No correspondence published unless signed In full by the writer The name if not for publication but a i an evidence of good faith Write plainly 1 1 HIXIXH + XII HtNIX + II X fn1IIII + HN H I + HHHMH4 JACKSON COUNTY i COUNTYI 1 1 CLOVER BOTTOM 1MarriN on the 8th at the home of I the brides parents on Birch Lick Miss Polly Sloan and Wm Azbill of this place Good rains and the r farmers are all smiles Miss Bertie Hale who has boon on the sick list is able to be out againJohn Dean who has the school at McKee Ky had to dismiss and is at home very sick Dr Hays of McKee has several bad cases of typhoid fever in the surrounding vicinity Miss Ida Hays is visiting her brother in Grayhawk r lyOn the 17th inst Mrs T J I Coyle was taken ill and a Berea phy sician sent CorMrs Margaret Smith is quite sickThe school at this place is getting along nicely under the care of Miss Pattia Moyers teach r lAerAs a result of whisky some...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 August 1903

lY 1 + II HIHl + IIH11111II JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publlshtr itHrtYff nl SAr F lfln at Reran Ay at i onrf i tfaM two naatr dIl1I1h11tffIlI kti wb w It 1 1 Presidents OfficeX taco rtaco i B roaOullogo THE CITIZEN 4 b z I MKH IIH + IIll1o1 1 1 1 1 11 Subscribe Today Circulation 2000 HHHH + 11 + 1 11 1 1 111111111 l I 1YOL Ve A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 27 1903 Out dollar a year NO 10 1 IDEAS Tim story it tld earn nn oxcliniif of n Imly win rr u limo kept n Jihl of IingN + iilinKlmiiMrH Sonu month Inter In looking over tin list the viif mirprmrd to Hud that uiiiotcntlis ul than troublfH hind oovt + r mnluriidizcd They hind tin rxitiUnco only in hoi imagination I TAKE NOTICE IA ton days inwtiiiR will ho hold nl l tint GlmlnClirintimi church l > ofrmniiij Saturday night SatunlAYIIIKhtA A Rood program for a TonchorV Arutocintion to Im hold nl Silver Crook lid 100 I lioiiso Snttmlay Aug 2n III now out A bar kut dinner H includtxl in the program On...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 August 1903

THE CITIZEN JAMES M RACER Publilher i BEREA KENTUCJ Triumph I I of Mickey 1 By EDWIN J WEBSTER 1oJ oJ KbIJ a1L17Ct LJ lraJ St711th CoJ 1 F OK inrnths llure had been the keenest rivalry between Mickey j11lIt mud Charlie llastirgs its to which should be lender among the boys of No 10 school Mickey was the bett baseball and football player but he hail only his own resources to rely upon Charlie had unlimited pocket money He bought the sure league ball ne l by the team the tchool eleven footbnll tho sticks for the hcckey team but Mickeys per 1aonnl physical qualifications nnd cheery good nature had gradually won ngnintt these handicaps lie could feel that he was attaining an enviable ascendency among the other 1btl Then fate ngalnst which neither gods men or Mnnll boys can J fight intervened and suddenly gave It Charlie n halo of glory which It A FOURTH ALARM THAT MEANT I A BIG BLAZE recmtd no mere boy even the best pitcher in that district could hope r to attain Charlie was running hom...

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