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? AL WAV S. SU^IHt ORIGINAL ??b:?;GLNU.INE:i^
? CALI FOR w i AIFIG SYR t? I
original and genuine
Syrup of Figs and Elixir of
Senna, known throughout the
world as the best of family laxatives,
for men, women and children, always
has the full name of the California Fig
Syrup Co. printed on the. front of
every package. It is for sale by all
leading druggists everywhere, one
size only, regular price 50 cents
per bottle. The imitations some
times offered are of inferior quality
and do not give satisfaction;
therefore, should be
There are many women, worn out and discouraged on
account of some form of female trouble, or weakness
caused by overwork. Are you one of these sufferers?
Take Cardui, the woman's tonic. It will help you. It has
helped thousands of other women. They say so. They
write enthusiastic letters from all over the country, telling
what Cardui has done for them.
Cardui is a mild remedy. It is made from safe, vege
table ingredients and contains no injurious drugs. Its suc
cessful record is surely proof that Cardui will help you.
Mrs. Fannie Ellis, of Foster, Ark., writes : "I was sick
for seven (7) years, with female trouble. Every month, I
would nearly die, with my head and back. Half the time
I could not stand on my feet, without great pain. I took
12 bottles of Cardui and was cured, fat, healthy and stout
Cardui is a God-send to suffering women."
Try Cardui. A thorough trial will convince you that
Cardui is what you need. Don't wait-start taking Cardui
today. For sale at all druggists.
Custom reconciles to everything.
Buy "BATTLE .AXE" SHOES.
The -wicked are always ungrateful.
AN ITCHING SKIN
ls about the most troublesome
toing there is. You know it if
you've ever had any kind of skin
trouble. But they all give way,
disappear, every last one-every
pimply, sealy, itching, eruptive
kind of disease of the skin-when
you treat them to a box o?
wen rubbed in. Nothing like it to
make the skin healthy and smooth
and free from sting, or itch or pain.
Price is 50 cents a box, and one
box is guaranteed to cure any one
case or you GET YOUK MONEY
Ask Your Druggist for Hunt's Cure
JL B. RICHARDS MEDICINE CO., Sherman, Teias
Send postal for
Better and more ?conomisai
than liquid antiseptics
FOR ALL TOILET USES.
I TOILET ANTISEPTIC
Gives one a sweet breath ; clean, white, ?
germ-free teeth-antiseptically clean I
month and throat-purifies the breath 8
after smoking- dispels all disagreeable
perspiration and body odors-much ap
preciated by dainty women. A quick
remedy for sore eyes and catarrh.
A little Paxtine powder dis
solved in a glass of hot water
makes a delightful antiseptic so
lution, possessing extraordinary
cleansing, germicidal and heal
ing power, and absolutely harm
less. Try a Sample. 50c a
large box at druggists or by mail
THC PAXTON TOILET Co., BOSTON. MASS^
BW BATTLE AXE" SHOES
DAISY FLY KILLERS
dfcim ea fia.
Neu. clean, ornamen.
til. convenient, cheap,
tanti ill lemon.
Mxle ol metal, carnot
jplll or tip ov-.will not
toil or iaiuib .j;thlr.?.
Of all dat) en or teat
prcj nid lor :0 craU.
UO DeKalb AT?,
For COLDS acid GRIP.
Filet's CAFUDIN? is thc best remedy-re
lieves the achine and feverishness-cures the
Cold and restores normal conditions. I t'a
liquid-effects liumediatelj-. lOc.. 25c. and 50a.
at dru? stores.
The charity that thinketh no evil
trusts in m-'.i and trusts in God.
People Talk About Good Things.
Sixteen years a?o few p?oplc knew of
roch a preparation as a Powder lor the
Feet, To-day af tor the genuine merits of
Allen's Foot-Easo have been told year after
year by grateful person3, it is inoispen
Bable to millions. It is cleanly, wholesome,
healing and antiseptic and gives rest and
comfo: t to tired aching feet.
It cures while you walk. Over 30,000
testimon?ala Imitations pay the dealer o
larger profit otherwise you would never be
offered a substitute for Allen's Foot-East),
the orginal foot powder. Ask for Allen's
Foot-Ease, and see that you get lt.
The heart of man is made to re
MreTwinslow'a Soothing Syrup for Children
teething, Boftens the gums, reduces inflamma
tion, allays pain, cures wind colic, 25c. a bo.ttle.
True friends have no solitary^ joy
or sorrow. So. 22- 10.
For Red, ItclungEyelids, Cysts, Styes,
Falling Eyelashes and All Eyes That ?veed
Care, Try Murine Eye Salve. Aseptic
Tubes, Trial Size. 25c. Ask Your Druggist
or Write Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago.
The foolish and the dead alone
never change their opinion.
Dr. Pierce's Pellets, small, sugar-coated,
easy to take as candy, regulate and invig
orate stomach, liver and bowels and cure
Cultivation has its balanc '.
Buy "BATTLE AXE" SHOES.
The best way to doctor hens is to
jive them good feed, good, clean
lieuses and the best care you can.
IT WEARS YOU OUT.
Kidney Troubles Lower the Vitality
of thc Whole liody.
Don e wait for serious illness; be
gin using Doan's Kidney Pills when
you first feel backache or notice urin
ary disorders. W.
W. Gosden, 711% E.
Marshall St., Rich
mond, Va., says:
D^fliy h \J "My doctor said 1
had inflammation of
the bladder. My
limbs swelled to
twice their real sice
and it seemed as if
there were thousands
of needles sticking
into them. I had
been bedfast for three months when I
began using Doan's Kidney Pills.
Soon I was in better health than lu
Remember the name-Doan's. For
sale by all dealers. 60 cents a box
Fojtsr-Milburn Co., Pu.ffoioj N, Y. (
THE STATE QUILL PUSHERS 1
Regular Yearly Meeting of the South
Crolina Press Association at Glenn
Mr. August liohn, of Columbia.
President of the State Press Associa
tion has issued the following circular
which will be read with interest by
all press workers:
As a result of conferences I beg to
submit to you the following detailed
information concerning the meeting
of the South Carolina Press Associa
The first session will be held at thc
Glenn Springs Hotel, Monday even
ing, June 14th, at 8:30 o'clock.
The afternoon trains into Spartan
burg make connection for.. Glenn
Springs. Therefore be sure and come
Train leaves Spartanburg for Glenn
. Springs daily at 3:55 p. m.
Arrangements have been made with
the Glenn Springs Hotel, under the
management of Mr. Green, at $1.0C
per day. This rate applies to mem
bers of the Asociation who may wish
to arrive at Glenn Springs a few
days before the 13th or remain afte)
the adjournment. Mr. Green assure?
us of excellent treatment and service.
The press party will remain at Glenn
Springs until Wednesday evening and
then leave for Spartanburg.
Wednesday eveniug, June 15th, will
'ic spent in Spartanburg (program
Thursday morning we start on om
deasure trio over the Blue and Great
Smoky Mountains for Dante, travel
ing on a special train over the new
md wonderfully built Clinchfield
The itinerary of the trip as planned
ifter conference with Mr. DeHon, of
the Clinchfield is as follows:
Leaves Spartanburg Thursday, June
16th, 8:30 a. m.
Arrive Alta Pass, N. C., 12:00
Leaves Alta Pass, N. C., 2 p. m.
Arrives Una ka Springs 4 p. m.
Arrive Johnson City 6 p. m.
Friday, June 17th.
Leave Johnson City J a. ca.
Arrive Kingsport. Tenn., IC a. m.
Stop thirty minutes.
Arrive Speer's Ferry*, Va., 11:30
Side trip to Natural Tunnel ou V
in S. W. Railway. /
Leave Speer's Ferry 1 p. in.
Arrive Dante, Va., 3 p. m.
Three hours for looking over coal
.nines C. C. and O.
Leave Dante, Va., 6 p. m.
Arrive Johnson City, Tenn., 9 p. m
Saturday, June 18th.
Leave Johnson City, Tenn., 10 a. m
Arrive Alta Pass, ?. C., 1 p. m.
Leave Alta Pass, N. C., 4 p. m.
Arrive Spartanburg 7 p. m.
This will be in time to make con
nection with outgoing train.
The outlook is for a thoroughly de?
To provide the utmost comfort and
keep our pleasant par^ together ar
rangements have been made for ead
passenger to occupy a double berth al
the nominal rate of about $1.50 pei
day, or $4.00 for the three days
Sleepers are to be taken at Spartan
The purpose is to have two r?gulai
dining cars attached to the train
This will be a luxury, and if all tak(
their meals on the dining car the rate
will be 50 cents per meal, or $4.5(
for the nine meals. To avoid confu
sion and insure two diners tickets foi
the diners will be sold in advance foi
The Clinchfield road does not oper
ate tourist sleeping cars or diners on
its present schedules and it will b(
necessary to file definite orders foi
the sleeping cars and diners so thal
they can he brought to Spartanburg,
and I must therefore beg that you
will promptly send me check for these
items of expense.
Railroad ticket Spartanburg tc
Dante and return $3.25.
Nine meal tickets on diner $4.50.
Berth tourist car (three nights,
15th, 16th, 17th) $4.00.
Trip to tunnel (V. and S. W. R. H.)
25c. Total, $12.00.
Children between 5 and 12 years of
age hair railroad tare. Meals as
above for children.
If you wish an upper berth the rate
will be $1.00 less than above or $11.00
should be sent for railroad ticket,
meal tickets, with reservation and
side trip to tunnel. A section, an
upper and lower berth can be had foi
The rule shall be "first come flrsl
served," and the cars will be filled af
the reservations are made, first thc
lower berths will be reserved, then thc
uppers. There is no reason to delay
sending your check; if you do not gc
check will be returned. The excur
sion rates are based on not less than
200 of our members and their loved
ones going on this delightful trip. I:
fewer should go the cost will not bc
over $1.00 additional, but we wani
every newspaper worker and his faro
ily to go on this ONE trip.
If you are not nov; a member of th?
South Carolina Press Asociation yoi
ought to be and you are cordially in
vited to join. The Press Asociatioi
is intended for newspaper folks and i.'
every other profession can have its or
ganizatiou, why not newspaper work
It is important, very important
that you let us hear from you at once
Please do not delay.
If you wish transportation to Gleni
Springs through the President, or Mr
R. L. Freemen, Secretary, at Ben
nettsville, it will be our pleasure tc
serve you, bul; please do not Avait un
til the last minute and indicate thc
exact transportation desired. Thc
railroads will as heretofore issue
transportation to members of the As
sociation and one female member ot
their immediate family.
Let me know if there is any furthei
information you want. Set a week
I tut?e for th? Vr-A Buting*.
Cured by Lydia EPink
Milwaukee, Wis. - "Lydia E. link
ham's Vegetable Compound has iqado
me a well woman,
and I would lil^e to
tell thewhole world
of it. I-suffered
and f earful painsin
my back. I na l tho
best doctors and
they all decided
that I had a tumor
in addition to my
female trouble, and
advised an opera
" tion. Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound made
me a well woman and I have no moro
backache. I hope I can helpothers by
telling them what Lydia E.Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound has done for
me."-MES. E?QIAIMSE, 838 First St,
Milwaukee, Wis. .. . '?
The above is only one of the thou
sands of grateful letters which are
constantly being received by the
Pinkham Medicine Company of Lynn,
Mass.,which prove beyond a doubtthat
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, made from roots and herbs,
actually does cure these obstinate dis
eases of women after all other means
have failed, and that every such.suf
ering woman owes it to herself to at
least give Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta
ble Compound a trial before submit
ting to an operation, 01 giving np
hope of recovery.
Mrs. Pinkham, of Lynn, Mass.,
invites all sick women to writo,
her for advice. She has gadded
thousands to health and her
novice is free? _ ?
must give the bowels help.
Your choice must lie be
tween harsh physic and candy
Cascarets. Harshness makes
the bowels callous, so you need
increasing doses. Cascarets do
just as much, but in a gentle way.
Vest-pocket box, 10 cents-at drop-stores. ? 851
Each tablet of the conuinc jg marked C C C.
_ ''"BATTLE AXE" SHOES
I R ri \? "M represent us In every town; best Belling
I Ul If household necessities. Large demiJid for
LHw I good*. Succe.? guaranteed. Writ? at
onco. BRENNAN ?fc CO., New Orlennu, Ea,
For HI?ADACHE-Hicks' CAPFMNE
Whether from Colds. Heat. Stomach or
Nervous Troublcs;'Cnpudine will relien? you.
It's Uauid-yleasant to take-acts Immedi
ately. Try lt, 10c., 25c and 50c at dru?
As much of Heaven is visible as
we have eyes to see.
Dates' Painkiller foront?, b nu RPS, barns
And strains. AIFO for diarrhea and dvsen
rery. Avoid substitutes. 26c., 39c^
The Nation's Sweet Tooth.
The country has grown accustomed
to international apple shows and
corn congresses and other exploita
tions of the products of the farm and
tho factory, but Philadelphia pro
poses to set the mouthB of her citi
eens and the visiting public watering
with a candy exhibition.
As candy-makiDg is one of her
leading industries, she is doubtless
warranted in showing on a large
scale what she can do. She has sev
enty-six candy manufactories under
the government system, the estimat
ed value of the output last year be
Fifty years ago the candv of the
country was almost invariably hard
and coarse, and muc-h of it unwhole
some. Now the making of it has be
come a fine art, and the wizard of
concoction and flavoring has a for
tune at his command. Pure candy
in moderate Quantities is no longer
regarded as a menace to the healthy
It has boen sent to American sol
diers at Manila and to British sol
diers in the Transvaal, while we
have a recent unconfirmed tradition
that the lure of the gumdrop will
enlist an Eskimo in almost any serv
ice. As candy takes its place among
the articles that go to make up high
living, we may assume I hat its con
sumption, even per capita, ?3 steadily
on the increase.--Boston Trais<r'pl.
HARD ON CHILDREN
When Teacher Has Coffee Habit.
"Best is best, and best will ever
live." When a person feels this way
about Postum they are glad to give
testimony for the benefit of others.
A school teacher down in Miss
says: "I had been a coffee drinker
since my childhood, and the last few
years it had injured me seriously.
"One cup of coffee taken at break
fast would cause me to become so
nervous that I could scarcely go
through with the day's duties, and
this nervousness was often accom-'
panied by deep depression of spirits
and heart palpitation.
"I am a teacher by profession, and
when under the influence of coffee
had to struggle against crossness
when in the school room.
"When talking this over with my
physician, he suggested that I try
Postum, so I purchased a package and
made It carefully according to direc
tions; found it excellent of flavour,
"In a short time I noiiced very
gratifying effects. My nervousness
disappeared, I was not Irritated by
my pupils, life seemed full of sun
shine, and my heart troubled me no
"I attribute my change in health
and spirits to Postum alone."
Read the little book, "The-Road
to Wellville," in pkgs. "There's a
Ever read the above letter? A
new one appears from time to time.
They are genuine, true; and full of
A Golf Expert.
. A story is told of two old antago
nists who met on a Scotch golf-course
every Saturday afternoon.
On one occasion, when they were all
"square" at the seventeenth, and the
loser of the previous week had just
played his third in the shape of a
nice approach to the green, last week's
winner came up to his ball with grim
purpose. He had an easy pitch to
the green, but a number of young
sheep were unconcernedly browsing
along the edge.
"Run forrward, laddie," said last
week's winner to his caddie, "and
drive awa' the lambs!"
"Na, na!" vigorously protested
his opponent. "Bide where ye be,
laddie! Ye canna move any growiu'
thing ! That's the rule o' gowff."
Buy "BATTLE AXE" SHOES.
Getting Around a Difficulty.
A friend of mine, who was once
County Clerk, of Des Moines, Iowa,
told me of an experience he had while
holding the office, with a woman who
made numerous calts upon him, in
company with a man who was always
in a state of intoxication. The pur
pose" of their visit was to secure a
marriage license. As a matter of
course, the clerk each time refused
The last time the woman appeared,
as usual leading in her drunken
friend, the clerk, in a most impatient
"My dear woman, why do you al
ways bring this man here to get a
license when he is drunk?"
"Because," said she naively, "I
can never get him to come along when
he is sober."-Lippincott's.
Progressive South Carolina Daily.
One of the mightiest factors in the
steady progress and great develop
ment- of South Carolina-a magic
force fighting for higher ideals of gov
ernment, and eloquently and persis
tently pleading, by precept and ex
ample, for a truer conception of the
responsible duties of the citizen to
his State and country-is The Colum
bia Daily State. Beginning nineteen
years ago with the brilliant and la
mented N. G. Gonzales as its chief,
The State has ever wrought (with
bitter odds against it when young)
with but one noble ambition in mind
South Carolina. No power nor in
fluence could ever crush it. Todai :
it is a part of the life and assois of
proud old Carolina, In its daily and
Sunday editions of from eight to
thirty-two pages is reflected the
thought and effort and acts of those
on the great stap;e of life.
A Package Mailed Free on Request of
The best Stomach and
Liver Pills known and
a positive and speedy
cure for Constipation,
Biliousness, Sour Stom
ach, Headache, and all
ailments arising from a
disordered stomach or
sluggish liver. They
contain in concen
trated form alf the
virtues and values of Mun y o n's Paw*
Paw tonic and are made from f e
Juice of the Paw-Paw fruit I un
hesitatingly recommend these pills as
being the best laxative and cathartlo
ever compounded. Send us postal or.
letter, requesting a free package of
Munyon's Celebrated Paw-Paw Laxa
tive Pills, and we will mall same free
of charge. MUNYON'S HOMOEO
PATHIC HOME REMEDY CO., 63d
and Jefferson Sts., Philadelphia, Pa.
BUY"BATTLE AXE" SHOES
Too many "dont's" spoil the boy.
Baby's Scalp All Crusted Over,
"Our little daughter, when three
months old, began to break out on the j
head, and we had the best doctors to j
treat her, but they did not do her any
good. They said she had eczema. Her
scalp was a solid scale all over. Tba
burning and Itching was so severe
that she could not rest, day or night.
We had about given up all hopea
when we read of the Cuticura Reme
dies. We at once got a cake of Cuti
cura Soap, a box of Cuticura Oint
ment and one bottle of Cuticura Re
solvent, and followed directions care
fully. After the first dose of the Cuti
cura Resolvent, we used the Cuticura
Soap freely and applied the Out Icu ra
Ointment. Then she began to im
prove rapidly and in two weeks ths
scale came off her head and new hair
began to grow. In a very short time
she was well. She is now sixteen
years of age and a picture of health.
We used the Cuticura Remedies about
five weeks, regularly, and then we !
could not tell she had been affected
by the disease. We used no other
treatments after we found out what
the Cuticura Remedies would do for
her. J. Fish and Ella M. Fish, Mt.
Vernon, Ky., Oct. 12, 1909."
Don't "break" the colts, teach
them; and do it early.
If there is anything worse to have
on the farm than a balky horse, it is
a team of them.
Don't forget the oyster-shell grit.
It beats wasting time pounding up old
dishes-that have no lime in them at
During the January cold spell many
hogs froze to death in the South,
where the farmers were not prepared
for unusual cold wea tin*.
If you do not get the hens laying
early, you won't have early setters,
and no early chick. Special care and
feediug are the righ* prescription. .
Hens are early risers. Don't make
them wait and quarrel until after
eight o'clock, and then stuff them to
repletion with corn. Feed early, in a
clean place; and make 'em scratch
A "Farmers' Club of Chicago," has
been organized by wealthy owners cf
line stock farms near that city. At
:en(ion will bc given to marketing
pure milk and creamery products.
Monthly talks and dinners are includ
d in tba program!
Do you feel weak, tired y despondent, ha'
aches, coated tongue, bitter or bad ti
"heart-burn," belching of gas, acid risir
eating, stomach gnaw or burn, foul bret
poor or variable appetite; nausea at tit
If you have any considerable nu
above symptoms you are suffering
ness, torpid liver with indigestion, i
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Disco
np of the most valuable modicii
known to medical science for th
cure of such abnormal conditions,
efficient livor inrigorator, stomach
regulator and nervo strengthener.
The"Golden Medical Discovery" is not
a full list of its ingredients being printi
under oath. A glance at these will short
ful habit-forming drugs. It is a fluid c
glycerine, of proper strength, from the
forest plants. World's Dispensary Medi
has a Cabinet Top with a shel
There are drop shelves for coffee pc
It has long turquoise-blue enamel
bright blue of the chimneys, makes
Made with 1, 2 and 3 burners ; the 2 J
CAUTIONARY NOTE : Be sure yon get this stove-j
Every dealer everywhere; if not at
to the neares
A True Story.
"I bear tbat Smith has sold out
bis saloon," said one of a couple of
middle-aged men who sat sipping ai
their beer and eating a bit of cheese
in a Smitbfield street saloon tbe
I other night.
1 "Yes," responded the other, rather
"What was che reason? I thought
he was just coining money there."
The other nibbled a cracker ab
stractedly for a moment, and then
said: "It's rather a funny story:
Smith, you know, lives on Mount
Washington, jjight near mej, where
hi has an excellent wife, a nice
home and three as pretty children as
. ever played outdoors. All boys, you
know, the oldest not over nine, aud
all about the same size.
"Well, Smith went home one after
noon last week, and found his wife
out shopping, or something of that
sort. He went on through the house
i into the back yard; and there, under
ian apple tree, were the little fellows
j playing. They had a bench and some
i bottles and tumblers, and were play
ing 'keep saloon.' Ile noticed they
were drinking something out of a
pail, and they acted tipsy. The
youngster who was behind thc bar
! had a towel tied around his waist.,
and was setting up drinks pretty
free, Smith walked over and looked
into the pail. It was beer, and two
of tho boys were eo drunk they stag
gered. A neighbor's boy, a couple
of years older, lay asleep behind the
"Hold on, boys, you. must not
drink that," he said, as he lifted the
six-year-old from behind the bench.
"We's playing s'loon, papa, an' I
Avas a-selling it just like you,' said
the little fellow. Smith poured out
the beer, camed the drunken boy
home, and then took his own boys
in and put them to bed. When his
wife came back she found him cry
ing like a child. He came back down
town that night and sold out his
business, and says he will never sell
or drink another drop of liquor. His
wife told mine about it, and she
broke down crying while she told it."
This is a true storv. but the name
is not Smith-Selected.
A man working for me last year
knew so much more about my crops
than I did, that I saw I should either
have to give him my ranch or fire
him. Which did 7 do? I fired him.
Find positive pleasure in.
-a crisp, appetizing, dainty
food for breakfast, lunch or
supper. Always ready to
serve right from the package
with cream or. milk and air
"The Memory Lingers"
Pkgs. 10c. and 15 c.
Sold hy Grocers.
Postum Cereal Co., Ltd.
Battle Creek, Mich.
re frequent head*
iste "in morning,
igs in throat after
ith, dizzy spells,
ncs and kindred
mbor of tho
?very is modo
It is a most
: a patent medicine or secret nostrum,
:d on its bottle-wrapper and attested
r that it contains no alcohol, or hnrm
xtract made with pure, triple-refined
roots of native American medical,
leal Association, Props., Buffalo, N. V.
The housewife with
years of experience-the
woman who knows how to
cook-finds, after practi
cal tests and hard trials,
the New Perfection Oil '
Cook-Stove is her idea of
what a good cook-stove
really ought to be.
She finds it requires less
attention, costs less to op
erate, and cooks all food
better than an}' other stove
she has ever tried.
She finds the New Per
fection oven bakes and
roasts perfectly. The
f for keeping plates and food hot.
it or saucepans, and nickeled towel racks.
1 chimneys. The nickel finish, with tho
the Btove ornamental and attractive,
md ^-burner stoves can be had with or
;ee that the name plate reads " NEW PESFECTHW
yours, write for Descriptive Circular
t agency of the
Our bravest lessons are. not learn
ed through success, but raiadventure.
Contains double the nu
triment and none of the
impurities so often found
in so-called fresh or raw
The use of libby's in
sures pure, rich, whole
some, healthful milk that
is superior in flavor and
economical in cost.
Libby's Evaporated Milk is
the purest, freshest high
grade milk, obtained
from selected, carefully
fed cows. It is pasteur
ised and then evaporat
?d (the water taken out),
filled into bright, new
tins, sterilized and sealed
air tight until you need it.
Use Libby's and tell
your friends how good
Removes all swelling in 8 to 20
davs ; effects n permanent cure
in 30 to todays. Trial treatment
given free. Nothingcan. be fairer
Write Or. H. H. Green's Sons, J
.Specialists, Box Q Atlanta, Ga.
i vs eta <!o
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