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LOCAL BREVITIES
Some Things You Know and Some
You Don't Know About Our
Towns, County & People
-Court adjourned sine die
last Friday. J udge Aldrich was
well pleased with our town and
county and spoke most favorab
ly of the criminal record.
-Rev. N. G. Balenger filled his
appointment at the Methodist
church in Pickens last Sunday
and preached an excellent ser
mon. Next Sunday the service
will be a comniunion service and
church conference. All mem
bers are urged to attend.
-Mr. Livingston, one of the
linemen of the Southern Bell
Telephone Co., fel :oi a Ikle
this (Thursday) morning, while
at work and was killed, Mr.
Livingston was one of the line
men who put in the new line in
Pickens and the people of this
city will learn of his death with
genuine sorrow. He was splic
ing a cable in Greenville at the
time he was killed.
-Mr. J. F. Stokes, of Honea
Path, S. C., was in Pickens the
latter part of last week on a
business trip. He came up to try
and get up a trade with R. L.
Davis. Mr. Stokes has a nice
bottling plant and a splendid
business at Honea Path and need
a partner to help him push it Mr.
Davis will close a deal with him
if he can dispose of his plant here
at a reasonable profit.
-Oh, my: What a pity that
people will suffer with their
back and kidneys when relief can
obtained. All doubt and worry
is r ved and p relieved by
m's Backache
can obtain relief
, ne use of them, why not do
so? Those who have not tried
can learn of their efficacy by
asking fritnds and neighbors.
The Pickens Drug Co. Pickens,
S. C. are sole distrbutors and
sell ' -em a positive guarantee.
-Our columns are somewhat
congested with advertisements,
4ogal advertising. We ask the
adulgence of our readlers for
:arcity of reading matter. We
-ill improve and enlarge the pa
er as soon as we can collect
enough money from our sub
scribers to pay for new press and
the necessary equipment. The
sooner you pay for your parer
the sooner we can make the
contemplated change and neces
sary improvements.
-On last Wednesd av and
Thursday, Miss Bessie Partridge
had her millinery opening at
her parlors over Folger, Thorn
ley & Co's. store and the ladies
for miles around were in atten
dance, all commenting, admir
ing and trying on the latest pro
-ductions and creations of the
milliner's art. This is Miss Part
'dge's second season in Pickens
a'rd her quick judgment, excel
lent taste and ability to please
her customers has won for her
many patrons. Her goods and
styles are late models, being
that which is now being shown
in the style centres and the lady
that buys her head gear from
Miss Patridge can rest assured
of being a well-dressed woman.
-Some of our farmer friends
have been kicking to us about
other markets paying better
prices than this one. We are
sorry such conditions have aris
en, but are powerless to help and
the R. R. Commission cannot
handle such cases. If the Pick
ens buyers are paying less for
cotton than Seneca, Central,
Norris or Cateechee, there is a
reason for it and they should
explain. If they are paying all
they can, or all the mills will
allow, then the mills ought to
them give a chance to meet com
petition. We believe the two
buyers at Pickens pay all that
the mills they buy for wvill al
low to bepaid. Such reports
and such practices will hurt
Pickens as acotton market, and
should be looked intoiand reme
died. This should be the best
market in the up-country.
-On October 6th and 7th the
H.-B.-M. Co. will have their
millinery Opening. They have
changed their miillnery parlors'
and they are now upstairs over
>wee Bank. This depa rt
s presidled over by Mss
a most charming lady,1
me?nt Misses Gussie Cureton
.adLillian Bolt, two valuable
.assistants who will take great
pleasure in wvaitng on the trade.
'The H. -B. -M. Co. have dec
orated their store and will have
on display at this time a full line.
of ladies accessories, shoes, dIress
goods, etc. They have issued
invitations to their customers to
be present at the ooening and
see the same goods that are now
on display in New York and
London. Mfiss Bacon is a design
er and1 trimmer of note and can
suit the ladies as well as please'
them in the matter of hats.
-Blue Straw wheat and Red
Oats for sale. G. A. Ellis.
-Parties owing me for guano
will find their notes at the Pick
ens Bank. G. A. Ellis.
Call at the "Fix-it" shop and
see those self-heating irons;
something that every housewife
needs.
-FOR SALE: At Six Mile
S. C. One 6 Room Dwelling
and 11 acres of Land also one
Good Blacksmith Stand.
Apply to
C. W. Garret, Central. S. C.
-NOTICE: I will buy bale
cotton and cotton seed and han
(le cotton seed meal and hulls
at Norris side Track this fall.
I will pay the Seneca market.
Try me with your cotton and
seed. R. M. Baker,
-FOR SALE -Silver Laced
Wyandotte eggs. $1.00 per 15.
Guarantee a hatch of 8 out of
15 J. T. PARTRIDGE.
-Don't fail to read the sales
in this issue. Some valuable
land will be sold on the block
aleday in November.
-Dr. E. B. Wl+ wife and
baby, who have bt :n spending
the summer in Atlanta with re
latives, have returned to Pickens
and taken up their abode at Mrs.
E. A. Gilreath's. The doctor
has been suffering from a ner
vous break down, but has I
about recovered and will resume
his practice here, this fall. He
is a good physician and his
many friends and patrons are
glad to know that he intends to
make this city his permanent
home.
-Last Friday night Mrs. J. A.
Peek entertained the Epworth
League. Aftert a short business
session the meeting was turned
into a social gathering. Youth
and beauty yied with each other
in sparkling wit; memory's cas
ketwas pried open and the games
of long ago were indnlged in, the
conundrums of childhood's h our
again assailed us. The time
passed all too quickly for the
young folks, who, while "spin
ing the plate" were called to the
dining hall where refreshmehts
were served, the punch bowl be
ing presided over by Mrs. T. J.
Mauldin, most gracefully. The
witchery of the midnight hour,
when ghosts walk and hobgob
lins cause the loving couple to
fear to speak above a whisper,
drew near and the evening's
pleasure and ejoyment ternina
ted with the praises of all pres
ent being sounded that Mrs,
Peek is a most charming hostess.
By a rising vote the thanks of
the Epworth League were ten
dered Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Peek
for a most enjoyable evening.
These social meetings of the
League are great things and we
hope the members. will see to it
that they occur often.
Death of Mrs. Elizabeth Gillespie.
Mrs. Elizabeth Gillespie, nee
Porter, wife of the late WV. H.
Gillespie died at the home of her
son. John E. Giliespie on Sept.
the 2nd 1909.
Her remains were laid to rest
in the family burying-ground,
near Borroughs' mill. -3-4%
dayv followinbir/faSh. She
had been in ill health for several
months previous to her death.
Mrs. Gillespie was one of the
oldest women in the upper part of
the state, being in the 92nd
year of her oge. She was born
in upper part of Pickens County
on Dec. 25. 1817. She was
married to William H. Gillespie
of North Carolina, who preced
ed her to the grave 30 years and
23 days.
Mrs. Gillespie was a woman
with noble traits of character
none knew her, but felt that
they were benefited by having
known her.
She joined the Methodist
church when she was only
eleven years old, and remained
a true Christian until her death.
She had been a member of
Twelve Mile Methodist Church
for a number of years.
She leaves besides a number
of friends and relatives, grand
children and great grand child
ren, three sons and one (laugh
ter.[W. J. Gillespie of Pickens,
J. M. Gillespie, J. E. Gillespie
and Mrs. W. L. Entrekin of
Pickens, Route 2. She also left
two brothers Mr. Carter Porter
of Oconee and Mr. William
Porter of Gainsville, Ga.
Her funerel was conducted by
Rev. N. G. Ballenger and WV.
C. Seaborn.______ M
Card of Thanks.
We the undersigned farmers
of Pickens county who compet
ed for prizes offered by the Pick
ens County Fair Association for
the best individual farm display,
desire to extend our thanks to
the committees and judges hav
ing this matter in charge, and
especially to A. M. Morris and
J A. Peek, chairmans of said
committee for the fair and inr
partial pains taking and satisfac
tory manner in which the con
test was conducted.
R. B. Byars.
B. A. Aligood.
J. B. Findley.
T. E. Craig.
S. H. Roper.
WV R. Lanier.
DOu. not color the Hair
AYER'S HAIR VIGOR
Stops railing Hair An Elegant Dressing
Destroys Dandruff Makes Hair Grow
Ingredients: Su G c . QuWa. Sdln ok
A hair preparation made from this formula isharmfless, yet possesses poOteameit. A
hairfood, a hair tonic, a hair dressing. Consult yourdoctorabout these hairproblen
J. 0. ATE CONPAICT. Low,%I MaL
Just ReceiveD!
A Frcsh Supply of
HaIIu~ 11 Bakchi Kihei PillS!t
Which are now ready for y6u.
For The Asking.
Do not Forget the Name nor the Place!
Pickens Drug Co.,
Masonic Building. PICKENS, S. C.
50 cents per box. By mail, if you prefer, at the same price.
BARGAINS
W. E. FREEMAN & CO.
'SAt the Old Stand."
60 jj9 1h arm cy,
(Successor to BOLT & CO.)
R. E. L EWIS, Ph. G., Manager.
Headquarters for Fair People,
Complete line of DRUGS, I ICE CREAM,
PATENT MEDICINES, | SODA WATER,
TOILET ARTICLES. I CIGARS.
Prescri ptionis Careful 1ly and Accurately Compounded
howee16 PftaHIJecj,
Successor to Bolt & Co. 44.Pickens, S. C.
SWE DON'T CUT THE PRICE! i
*The extra care and attention we put into the man u-#
fecture of our products-such as buying purest and$
$best flavors and mixing the extracts, the buying of
* good bottles and the seeing to their being clean (each
* and every oue of our bottles is washed, rinsed and *
$ sterilized by hand,) the extra, but necessary time and $
4 trouble to keep a clean place and furnish a pure drink, *
* is why we maintain the price on our drinks that we do*
$We could mix our drinks and bottle in a slip-shod $#
* wa y and sell to you cheaper, but we ain't going to do *
it. Another thing:
$ ONE PRICE TO ALL $
*is our motto. The man in Pickens pays the same#
*price for our goods that the man in Central or Pump-*
*kintown does. We don't cut the price to any one, and *
$we don't zell cheaper away from home than we do at *
home. Another thing: we never misrepresent any
*thing to make a sale.
*When you buy and drink our goods you are getting*
as pure as can be made and at the same price the other*
man paid. No cut prices in our business.
SPICKENS BOTTLING WORKS.,
$R. L. Davis, Prop'r. ; : Pickens, S. C. *
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Clerks Sale.
State of South Carolina.
County of Pickens.
In Common Pleas Court.
In pursuance of a decretal order I
made in the foifowing named ease and
on file in the Clerks office, I will sell I
to the highest bidder during the legal
hours of sale at Pickens C. H. S. C.
on salesday in November 1909, the fcl- f
lowing described real estate upon the I
terms hereafter mentioned to wit; I
Herbert G. Ownbey etal (Plffs)
against t
Edna Bull. (Deft)
All that certain riece parcel or
tract of land in the said county and
state aforesaid bounded on the north
by S. B. Freeman, on south by B. M.
Gossett, west heirs of J. R. Gossett,
containing ninety acres more or less
more fully described in deed recorded
in Book "G" page 70.
Terms: One halt cash and the bal
ance on a credit of twelve months.
The credit portion to be secured by a
bond of the purchaser and a mortgage
of the premises with Interest from day
of sale on the credit portion, with the
privelege of the purelaser or purchas
ers paying all caso on day of sale.
Terms of sale must be complied
with in one hour after sale or it will
be resold on day of salc. Purchaser
to pay for all Papers and recording
the same
A. J. t y iqr cat)
Cierk Uf Court
Clerks Sale
State of South Carolina.
County of Pickens.
In Common Pteas Court.
Warren Reid etal (Plffs)
against
Mary Jones (Defendant)
In pursuance of a decretal order in
the obove stated case by Hon. Chas.
Dantzler dated June 9th 1909 and on
file in the Clerks office, I will sell to
the highest bidder on salesday in No
vember 1909 during the legal hours
for sale at Pickens Court House S. C.
the following tracts of land to wit.
All that piece parcal or tract of land
in the county of Pickens and state
aforesaid adjoining lands of H. T.
Pace, Mac Fowler and Elisha Free
man, containing one hundred and fifty
and one-fourth (150acres) more or less
Terms cash. Purchasers to pay for
papers and for recording the same
Terms of sale must be complied with
in one hour after sale or the land will
be resold.
A. J. Boggs (seal)
Clerk of Cou.rt.
Clerks Sale
State of South Caroina.
County of Pickens.
In Common Pleas Court.
Z. L, Chamblin as admini.strator,
Plaintiff,
vs
A. ws Riggin~s et al., De fendants.
In pursuance of a decretal order in
the above stated case by Hion. Chas G.
Danzler dated June 9th 1909, and on
file in the clerks office, I will sell to
the hini.est bidder on silesday in Nov.
1909, during the legal hours for sale
at Pickens Court House S. C. the follow
ing tracts of land to wit:
IAll that piece parcel or lot of land
e town of Liberty county and
in t , d, on South street known
state foresai * . of two parts, first
as LGin lot consis acre ex
part containing 77 I0J o -d
cept a corner on the west side
to Job F. Smith:, second part being
on the sonth corner of said lot more
fully described ini a deed from Job F.
Smith to M. A. Boggs and D. A.
Camblin and has the following metes
and bounds, beginning at a stone 3xo
at street thence N 77 E. 2. W. 168 to
a stone 3xo thence S 2 1-2 E 15 to
stone 3x, thence S. 73 W 2, 92 to a
stone 3x thence S. 15 E 2 58 to begin
ing corner con'aining seven eights
(7-) of an acre more or less: also all
the machinery now on said lot consist
ing of one 40 horse power Atlas Engine
and boilor. 3 70-eaw Pratt Gins, dou
ble box press and suction system com
plete, one lati e. one grist mill, one
saw mill and 3 1-2 ton wagon scales.
Terms cash. Terms of sale must be
comI1 e I with within one hour after sale
or it will be re sid oni samtie day. Pur
chaser or purchiasers are to pay for all
papris andfor the recording of the
same.
A. J. Boggs. (seal)
Clerk of Curt.
Clrks Sale.
State of South Carolins
County of Pickens
In Common Pleas Court.
Essie E. Bowen and J. T Taylor, as
admin istrators. Plo)
vs
H. 0. Bowen et al, (Deft)
By virture of a Decree in tbis caser
signed by his Honor Robert Aldrich.
kresidir.g Judlge and on file in the
Clerk's omie in Pickens County andc
dated the 1st day of 0. tQber A. D-.
1909, I will sell to the highest bidder
on salesday in November 1909 in
front of the Court House door duringc
the legal hours of sale the following a
described real estate to wit :-All that c
piece parcel or tract of land lying and a
beine in Pickens County and Statei
aforesaid on waters of Clear Creek s
waters of Twtlye Mile River and ad- a
joining lands of James Ferguson, 2
Silas Williams, Susan Evatt and oth- I
ers, containing one hundr..d and eigh-t
ty six acres more or less.
Trme of sale cash. Purchaser to
pay for all papers ana for recording
the same.
R. R. Roark, i
Cle's Sale.
'tate of Sotth Carolina,
County of Pickenl.
n Court of Comnion Pleas.
Pickens Bank, a corporation, Plaintiff
against
I. F. Keith, et al, Defendants.
In tursnance of a decretal order
nade in the above stated case and on
ile in the clerk's office, I will sell to
;he highest bidder during the legal
iours for sale at Pickens court house,
;. C., on salesday in November, 1909,
he following described real e3tate,
ipon the ternis hereinafter mentio, '
First: Sixteen acres of land in
ibove named county and state, adjoin
ng lands of C E Robinson, Mary E
Uiexander, and others, and conveyed
o E F Keith by J McD Bruce about
902.
Second: Seventy-five acres of land,
leeded to E F Keith, by the Sinking
nnd Commission, through Sheriff J
I G McDaniel, and known as the Bob
Telly lands.
Third: The Cornelius ..eith lands,
ontaining three hundred and fifty
bree (353) acres, more or less, deeded
o E F Keith by Sinking Fund Com
nission, in 1902, through Sneriff J H
3 McDlniel.
Fourth: The Keith Quarter, con
aining eighty (80) acres, more or less
leeded to k F Keith by Mrs. Ann
Reid and others
Fifth: All the right, title and in
terest of E F Keith in all that piece,
parcel or tract of laud containing five
undred and forty (540) acres, more
)r less, belongidg to the estate of
3tephen D Keith, and adjoining lands
)f Rebecca Roper, Ida Elrod, Welborn
Elrod, Waddy Phillips add others.
Sixth: All the right, title and in.
terest of E F Keith in all that piece,
parcel or tract of land in said county
ind state aforesaid, containing two
undred and forty-tive (245) acres,
more or less, on Stool mountain, ad
joining lands of Calhon Masters, W
A. Mastes, Renben Burgess, J D Mae
ters, and other lands of the said E F
Keith.
Terms: One half cash and the bal
ince on a credit of twelve months, the
:redit po*tion to be secured by a bond
>f the purchaser or purchasers and a
mortgage or mortgages of the premises
with interest from day of sale on the
redit portion at the rate of eight per
:eat per annnm, with the privilege of
the purchaser or pu-casers paying all
.ush on day of sale.
Terms of sale must be complied with
within one hour after sale or it will be
resold on the same day at the rise of
the former purchaser or purchasers.
Purchaher or purchasers are to pay
for all papers and for the recording
of the same
A JBOGGS, (seaL)
Clerk of Court.
Clerks Sale.
State of South Carolina.
County of Pickens.
In Common Pleas Court.
In pursuance of a decretal order and
an order of foreclosure made in the
following named case and on file in
the Clerks office, I will sell to the
highest bidder during the legal hours
for -ale at Pickens C. H. S. C. on
salesday in November 1909 the follow
ing described real estate upon the
terms hereinafter mentioned towit:
I. M. Mauldin (Plaintiff)
vs
B. R. Tolbert (Defendant)
All that lot pieoe and parcel of land
lyinu and being situate in
situa cu-S C. west of the town
Pickens cou. Secona Road,
of Pickens fronting o Lawrence
adjoining lots of Henr
on east Hollingsworth and Hen
Lawrence on south, Hollingsworth
lands on the west, and fronts north
the road, said lot being 50 feet by 120
feet more or less, and being the lot
conveyed to Ben R. Tolbert by Henry
Lawrence.
Terms: Cash on day of sale. Pur
chaser must comply with the terms
of the sale within one hiou.r or the
premises will be resold at the risk of
the former purchaser. Purchaser to
pay for papers and for recording
same.
A. J. Boggs (seal)
Clerk of Court.
Clerk's Sale.
'he State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
B. C. Robinson, as Administrator of the
estate of T- C. Robinson, et al.,
Plaintiffs.
,against
.Sondley Robinson, et al,
Defendants.
By virtue of a Decree of Partition and
ale made in the above stated case and
igned by His Honor, Judge Robert Al
inch, Presiding Judge, and dated Octo
>er 1st, 1909. on file in my office, and to
ne directed. I will sell to the highest
dder on salesday in November, 1909,
uring the legal hours of sale before the
ourt house door at Pickens C. H., S. C.
he following described real estate,
owit:
All that certain piece, parcel, or tract
f land, situate, lying and being in the
oe named county and state on waters
f Golden creek, being a part of the
ame tract of land deeded to T. C. Rob.
son, now deceased, by M. Ella Robin
on, by deed dated October 31st, 1891,
d recorded in Deed Book N at page
31, Pickens County Records, adjoining
ands of Johnston, the Nero Hallums es
ate ar.d others, and lying near the town
if Norris. and containing Three Hundred
id Thirt -Nine and E0-I00 (859 80) acres
nore or less.
This tract of land has been subdivided
nto seven (7) smaller tracts by R. E.1
alton, Surveyor, and the eaame will be
sold by separate tracts as repre-en
said survey, plats of which will t
hibited on day of sale.
Terms one half (1) cash on day of
the balance payable in one year f
day of sale and to be secured bya
of the purchaser and mortgage Of
premises, th-4 credit portion to bes
terest from day of sale at the at
e r ceut per annum, with prii
to anticipate payment or pay all cas
day of sale, purchaser to pay for al,
pers and for recording the same.
Should any purchaser fail to con
with his bid n ithin one hour, the pr
ises will be resold on the same or *.
subsequent day at the risk of the for
purchaser.
A. J. Bogga, (Seal.)
Crerk ef Cour-.
Clerk's Sale.
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
In Common Pleas Court.
Essie E. Bowen and J. T. Taylor, a
ministrators, Plaintif
against
H. B. Bowen. et al., Defendan
In pursuance of a decretal order r
in the above stated case and on fll
the clerk's office, I will sell to tOe I
est bidder during the legal hours for
at Pickens court house, S. C., on e.
day in November, 1909, the follol
described real estate, upon the .t
hereafter mentioned, towit:
First: All that piece, parcel, or I
of land situate and being in the i
and county aforesaid, bounded by h
of Julius Parsons, Alexander, J. E.
good and others, and known as
'Lead nine" tract, containing two
dred and eighty-seven acres, be the F.
more or less. Said land was deede
R. E. Bowen by the executor of th(
tate of W. J. Duffie, dec'd.
Second: All that certain piece,
cel, or tract of land, situated, lying
being in the above named state
county, and containing six hundred
fifty (650) acres, more or less, the s -
lying in Hurricane township Pick
county, tnd known as the Timo
O'Bryant lands. For a more comph.
description of this tract of land refere
is hereby made to the Chain of Titlc
these lands, as will appear from the r
cords in the office of the Register Me,
Conveyance for said county and state
Terms: All cash as to the two hi
dred eightv-seven (287) acre, or "LE -
Nine" tract, and one half cash as to t -
six hundred fifty (650) acre er Timct F
O'Bryant tract, with leave to the pc -
chaser to pay all eash. The credit pc
tion to be for one year from day of se
with interest thereon at the rate of eig
percent per annum, and to b- secured U
a bond of the purchaser and a motgage
of the premises. If the terms of sale a
not complied, with mn one hour after sa
the premises will be resold at the risk '
the former purchaser on the same day.
Purchaser, or purchases, are to pay
for all papers, and for Recording the
same.
A. J. Boggs. (Seal)
Clerk of Court,
Summons for Relief.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Pickens.
Court of Common Pleas.
Summons for Relief-Complaint Served
F. L. Burgess. Dovey Howard. Mars&.
Cisson, and Flora Painter, Orr Clark.
Sunie Clark, Clyde Clark,' dnd Loi
Clark by their guardian ad litem U
L. Barker, and Bennie Burgess by hir
guardian ad litem J. B. Rigdon, Plain
tiffs,
against
Rena Burgess and Judge Clark, Dfen
dants.
To the Defendants above named:
Yota are hereby summoned and
quired to answer the comi lai
action, of which a
served.-.upon y ti
y is herewith
aau and to serve a copy
.ar to the said complaint oni
the - ribers at their office at Pickena
Court House, South Carolina within
twenty days after the service hereof,
exclusive of the day of such service; and
if you fail to answer the compla'z
within the time aforesaid, the plainti'f
in this action will apply to the Cour'
for the relief demanded in the com
plaint.
Date Oct.2, A. D.1909.
C. E . Robinscn
Plaintiff's Attorney,
To Judge Clark infant defendant over
fourteen years of age:
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to apply for the app<intmnent of
guardian ad Jitem to repi esent you in
this action within twenty days after the
service of this summons upon you, and
if you fail, applheation for such appoint
ment will be made by the plaintiff here.
in. You will further take notice that
the summons, of which the foregoing is
a copy and the complaint in this action1
was filed in the office of Clerk of Court
at Pickens S. C. on the 2 day of
1909 and is noa on file in said office.
C. E. Robinson.
Plaintiff's Attorney.
Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
ALL persons holding claims against '
the estate of the late A. M. Garrett
must present the same duly proven on
or before the 1st day of December
1909. or be debarred payment; and all''<
persons indebted to said estate, must
make payment on or before the above
date, to the undersigned.
J. R.Garrett,
Executor. ?
Bridge to Let.
We will let to the lowest responsible
bidder the building of a new open wood
en bridge on Eighteen Mile Creek,
known as the Miller bridge, on the 16th
day of Oct. 1909 at 11 o'clock a. m.
Plans &c made known that day.
E. F. Looper.,~
Supervisor, Pickens Co, O.
B. J. Pearman,
Suipervisor, Huderson Co.
CASTOR IA
Nor Tufants and Children.
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