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WEDNESDAY, MAU. 20, 1902.
Capt. Patrick l or Adjutant and Inspector
Anderson County esteems it a privi
lege to present to the voters ot* tho
?State for a State position the name of
Captain John M. Patrick, who hus
announced himself as a candidate for
the oilice ot Adjutant and Inspector
Captain Patrick lins for many years
been identilied with the State militia
and with military education and (rain
ing. Ile was for sonic time Captain
of the Greenville Guards, is now
Captain of the Anderson Hilles, and
was for many years a co-worker with
Iiis lather, Col. John 1>. Patrick, of
sacred memory, in the Patrick Military
Institute in this city.
Ile ia a cultured, Christian gentle
man, a man who will do credit to thc
State and reflect honor on the position
to which he aspires in case ol' his elec
Not having had u "State cabinet
officer'' since the days of Gov. Orr,
Anderson County feels justified in
presenting to her sister counties the
name of this worthy son for the posi
A Terrible and Fatal Accident at Orr Cot
Monday afternoon Mr. Ulysses II.
Scott, engineer in charge in putting in
the 1,'JOO horse-power engine at tito Ori
ent ton mill, foll between the governor
wheel and the casing of tho engine and
was so terribly crushed and mangled
that death resulted nt 9:"J0 in the even
Mr. Scott was sent hen-by thu West
inghouse-Church-Kerr Company, from
whom the engine was bought, und
whose main ollie?! is in Philadelphia,
but tho home of the deceased was in
Vi Kiklyn, X. Y., where he has a wile
?ti?? four children, two of them about
.". vu and tho youngest live j cars old.
<. pge ol' the deceased was! or ry-two.
The work of constructing and placing
the engine was completed last week,
and steam wes turned on .Monday to
test tho w?tk. The innchincry moved
off smoothly and satisfactorily. There
were probably' twenty-fly o people pres
ent to watch thc result. Noone thought
of witnessing such a shocking and fatal
trngedy, as the engine is HO construct
ed that all tho machinery is encased in
au upright, cylindrical iron construc
tion except a balance wheel on the east
about Bix feet in diameter, and a gov
ernor wheel on tho west, about five
feet in diameter.
The machinery was mo- ing slowly,
and Mr. Scott stepped rp JU the plat
form to feel the bearings of the jour
nal on the side where the governor
wheel was turning. In some unac
countable way he Blipped and fell be
tween the wheel and tho casing, and
before the machinery could be stopped
bis lower extremities were frightfully,
mangled. Both limbs were crushed
-and broken, ?the left limb below the
knee and the right above and below
tho knee. The left side was also crush
-ed and several ribs broken, and there
was a large contusion on tho left breast
Jost over tin heart.
In a few minutes after the accident
in response to telephone calls, several
physicians were in atteudauco. Strange
to say, with his limbs so mangted and
almost torn asunder, Mr. Scott did not
lose consciousness, but was bright and
hopeful, asking tho physicians to save
his limbs and expressing tho desire to
be carried to tho Hotel Chiquoln. Ho
was token to tho hotel and remained
cheerful during tho trip. He did not
appear to realizo that ho might die un
til told by one of tho physicians that
there was no hopo and asked to tell
wlfat they could do for him. Telegrams
were sent to his family and friends and
everything done, that was possibilit? be
done, but at 0:40 death came.
Letters on person of tho deceased in
dicated that he was a Mason, and this
fraternity took charge of the remains.
The body was embalmed and prepared
for shipment by G. P. Tolly & Son.
Hy direction of tho family tho re
.mains were shipped this morning to
Brooklyn, tho home of the deceased.
"The remains were escorted to tho de
pot by a delegation from Hiram Lodge,
A. F. M.
Tho bereaved family has the sympa
thy of tho entire people of Anderson.
This is a shocking and trying ordeal for
the wife and children, and touches a
sympathetic chord in the hearts of all
. of us.
Ths Road law,
?s huR airenfly been announced in
The Intelligencer, tho road commuta
tion tax is new only onodollar, and this
year it can bo paid any time up to
tho 31st inst.; after this year it must bo
paid each year by tho 1st of March.
Other provisions of the bill maybe
given-the entire bill is much too long
Sec. 1 provides that the supervisor
and commissioners shall have charge of
the roads and bridges; that costing be
tween $10 and $100 must be let out by
contract, previous notice of which shall
bo poBtcd in three places; that bridges
costing over $100 must be be let out
by contract after notice in a news
Section 5 provides that the roads shall
be Dot less than 10 feet wide.
Sec. 0 fixes the ages of those liablo to
road duty between 18 and 50. Those
exempt aro ministers in charge of con
gregations, school trustees, students Of
.cob-gea and schools, men who served
lin ti e 'J i vii War-they would be exempt
.anyhow on tho score of age. The nam
?;er of tkiys for work is fixed at not less
tuan three days nor more than eight
j; Iii ???her particulars the law is about
?hXsaf?c ns formerly.
Hui. Iitn i i>s and family boarded tho
train at ?his place Thursday lor Colusn,
California, where they expect to make
their home for ttie future. .Many
friends wish them a Rafe journey anil
health, happiness and prosperity in
their now homo.
Miss Bessie McWhorter *"nas gone to
Macon, Ga., lo take u course in tuc bus
iness Coll?ge there. Miss Nessie has a
bright intellect and will no doubt make,
an apt scholar.
Mrs. Will Tolly and Mrs. Annio Os
borne, with her pretty baby, Thelma,
visited relatives here last Friday.
Miss J Mancho Browne has returned
home m nth improved by thc course of
treatment taken ut tho Post Graduate
Hospital in New York City.
Rev. W. 1. Holla.id and family visit
ed relatives near Iola Saturday und
Miss Daisy Whaley was tin- guest of
Mis* Lillie Garrison Saturday night.
Mr. Ii. K, Nicholson, our popular
Suprintcmlcnt of Education, visited th?
schools in our section Friday. Ile issn
affable that both teachers and scliolars
arc glad to have him come.
Cadet Will Garrison, of Clemson,
came home tor a few days recently on
account ol' the illness of his mother,
Mrs. VV. D. Garrison. Wc aie glad to
note that she is much butter now, with
lair prospects for a permanent recov
Heed McCrary has returnee] from Hot
Springs, Ark., was thc guest ot W. D.
Garrison's family recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert l armer, of An
derson, were thc guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Flrod.
Sylvester Elrod came over from
Portman and spent tho day with his pa
rents. He is doing a line business
merchandising at Portman.
Hon. Helton Watson and Wilton Lee
were in Denver on business Saturday.
Mr. und Mrs. .Joe Howden are to be
congratulated on the advent in their
hom?! of a little daughter on tho20th.
Their live sons ate delighted to lin ve u
Mr. and Mrs. II. W. llanimoml have
cause to rejoice, aiso. over the line son
born to them on the. '??lid.
Thc friends of Mrs. d.W. Holbrook
will be sorry to learn that she tines not
improve in health, but is still quite
Mr. ?nd Mrs. E. M. H town and little
Eugenia visited relatives at Anderson
Farmers and housewives ure busy
these lovely Sining days, tho former
putting in fertilizers, planting corn,
eec, the latter planting gardens and
trying to raise Spring chickens, lor the
candidates to eat when they come
We were glad to sec in Denver re
cently our genial friend, Mr. Jim G?
iiiei', of Anderson. Incognito.
Do Voa Own u Xlt't^ SI At*??
It K-i, i.'on''. I'M! to brood ln>r to Nelson
H. Green's tino cou. DIAMOND ?EK, Keg.
No 3?,7Sii, now oinking ibu soubon for u
limited number of untren at ll. ii. Find
ley's Stables, McGee's old stand. Ander
son, N. C. Til? lieut bred Horse lu tho
Jobbers pri?es ou "Scbapps," "Early
Hird" and "Blue Jay" Tobacco*. Low
ost price* on Klour, Coffee, Corn, Bacon,
and hoavy Groceries. Vandivor Bros.
If you wm.tusatof Knives and Forks
for Chr'sunas don't fail to inspect tba
hue carriel by Brook Hdw. Co. They
sLudy io idease their customers, and their
large snlea iu this line is evidence of tbelr
thorough knowledge of wbut will best
mest the requirements of tueir patrons.
Three Good and Sufficient Ueasous.
There are three good and aufflol?nt rea
sons why you should use "Clifton" Flour.
I. Because lt is the best Patent Flour In
tbe market, and makes the lightest and
whitest biscuit and rolls, and tho moBt
delicious cake and pastry. 2. Because lt
ls msde of the be*t selected wheat grown
on Kentucky soil, and ls milled nu much
with regard io tbe nutritive value of the
Flour as Its color and rifling qualities.
8. Beotune it is the only Flour manufac
tured South of the Ohio river that lsguar
auteed pure by and bears the Anti-Adul
teration Liongue'o registered trade mark,
thus affordiug the consumer absolum im
munity from the poisonous mineral that is
being nsed to adulterate Flour. The
Lea KU? undertakes to pay a reward of
?1,000 to ?nv one who will discover any
sort of adulterant in "Clifton.'' Ask
your grocer for lt He can and will get
lt If you in nlst rn having it. For Rule in
Anderson by Harrison & Co., Unborne ?fe
Pearson, Vandiver Bros. sud J. C, Os
borne. Our "White Fawu^' (half patent,)
and "Spotless." (straight,) are jus', us
good e.nd pure fop these grades und are
Kransford Mills, Owensboro, Ky.
Thc wise Merchants nf North and<
?South Carolina uro giving us business,
because ?hoy s- g u a glance that buying
from tho Mills and Factories they save
tho Jobber's ur Middle Man's profits.
Merchant", wo ask you who have novor
seen our line:- of Hosiery, Pants, Cloth
ing. Shoos and Haly drop itu r. card arid
let ono of our Salesmen call. You will
seo at a glauco lt Is to your interest to ho
numbered among our growing list of
customers. Wei sell only to Mereliauts.
Wishing you a prosperous Now Year
WEBi? A CATER,
Commission Merchants, Audorson, S. C.
A good Heel Bolt will soon ba JtiRreat
[lemaud. A shoddy Bolt gives great an
noyance. Sullivan Hdw. bave good Heel
Bolts which they want you to examino.
Raw or Inflamed Lunga
Yield rapidly to tho wonderful curative
?nd healing qualities of Foley's Boney
TAT. It r.rove-.ta pneumonia and
;;or;fiumptic.n from a bara cold t-etllcd on
[hu lungs. Sold h> Evans Pbarmuoy.
The ladles all like easy-cutting, well
tempered Scissors. Brock" Udw. Co. eater
lo the wauts of the ladle*, and ca? fur
nish |ust*<uoh Scissors as will please them.
The husband will ulways have n warm
Mpot in bis heart and a tender place In his
uaturo for the thoughtful wife wbo pre
sents him wltn one ut Brock Hdw. CO'B.
matchless Razors. The genuine satisfac
tion which these Razors afford tho men
makes thom always remember with
kindness the donor of suoh a gift.
La grippe coughs yield quickly to the
wonderful curativo qnalltte? or Foley's
Honey and Tar. 'I here ia nothing else
"Just as good." Sold by Evnus Pbarmaoy.
WANTED, Htokory, Dogwood and
Persimmon Log?. Southern Hardwood.
Co., Charleston, S. C. 4m
W. H. Shearer, Snrveyor, Yon will
And rae at Dean <fc Rath ff e's. Long dhv
tunco Phone at my residence.
Every farmer ls now beginning to pro
Sare his land for the com lug crop. In or
er to succeed he must exercise good
judgment In the selection of hie Plows
and Agricultural Implements. An In
spection of Sullivan Hdw. Co'a. tremen
dous stock of these goods will convince
him that this reliable Arm is best propar
ed to furnish such supplies in this line as
may bo required. The large ?tonk, low
prices and fair treatment accorded each
cuetomor.ontltica thin Brm to tho thought
ful consideration of every wise farmer.
Crystal Metal Farm Belli that have the
greatest volume of sound, more suitable
In tone and can bo heard farther than any
Bells of corresponding sise and price on
this market, are sold by Sullivan Hard
Best farmers buy best Flows from Sul
livan Hdw. Co.
Miss Bertie Telford, of Anderson, is
spending ?: while willi the .Misses
A min-bow party was given tit tho
home of Mr. \Y m.Strickland last Wed
nesday, which Mas very much enjoyed
by all present.
<v The Hehool house at Craytonville was
destroyed by lire last Thursday morn
ing about 4 o'clock. It is unknown
how the lire originated.
* Mr. Janies Wright has accepted a
Position with the Concord Nursery, ot
Georgia.. His friends regret to see him
leave, .is he will ho gone for some
The rainy weather prevented both
pastor and congregation from attend
ing church last Saturday and .Sunday.
There has not been any preaching hero
since January. .Sunday school at this
place has been changed to the after
noons ot' the first and second Sundays.
There were three burials ut .Sit.
Bethel last week. Mrs. Malinda Fields
*.vas bui i?-d Thursday, and Mr. May
field Taylor and little Myrtle Murdock,
the 3-year-old daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John Murdock, were both buried
Saturday. Kev. N. G. Wright con
ducted the latter's funeral.
We have just learned ol'tho illness
of Mrs. Benj. Strickland. We wish her
a speedy recovery.
Mr. J. J. Robinson has been quito
sick, but is some better now. His
little grandson L. C. Mahaffey, ifi
thought to be better, but some think
he has that fatal disease, consumption.
Mrs. Hobt. Pennell has been quite
sick, but we are glad to note she is
able to be up again.
School will close at this place Thurs
day, April 3rd. This school has been
successfully taught three sessions by
Mr. Newt Carwile. Viola.
Pneumonia Follows a Ooid,
Hut Dover follows tho use of Foley's
Honey and Tar. lt slops the cough, lion's
nod strengthens the lunes and affords
perfect security froui nu attack of pneu
monia. Refuse substitutes. Sold by
Foley's Honey and Tar
Cures Roughs and odds.
Cures brunch i lix and at-thuia.
Cures croup and whooping cough.
(.'oren hoarseness lind bronchial trouble.
; Cures pneumonia and Ja grippe.
Sold i>y Kvaus Pharmacy.
A Mame that fit? any Collar. Slightly
grooved on front lo lil perfectly into
those "whang-sewed" Collars into which
you have possibly had so much trouble
fitting a Hume
We oller thi? wevk hundreds of pairs
of Hs tu plo Shoeaat prices tn please. Come
quick wfaiie we have y ?ur number. Fri
i-tis on these Shoes t->o cheap to quote.
Cough Settled on her Lungs.
"My daughter had a terrible cough
which settled on hor lungs," nay* N.
Jackson, of Danville, lil. ' We tried a
great many remedies witliout relief, ut?
til wo gave her Foley's Honey und Tar
which cured her." "Retune substitutes.
Sold by Evans Pharmacy
This is our greatest year. We are
proud of our record, and are striving by
every honest means to win you for a cus
tomer. Glvo us a trial \f you have never
dono so before. Vandivor Broa.
Pot Plants and Cut Flowers for uah?.
Large and uraall Palms a specialty. Mrs.
J. F. Clink soulos, 242 North Main St.
Dangers of Pneumonia.
A cold at this time If neglected ls liable
to cause pneumonia which IR often fatal,
and even when the patient bas recovered
the lungs are weakened, making them
peculiarly susceptible to tne development
of consumption. Foley's Honey and Tar
will stop the oougn, heal and strengthen
the lunga aud prevent pneumonia. Sold
by Evana Pharmacy.
Piles! Piles! Pilas!
Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment is
prepared to cure Piles and DOES IT In
short order. Easy to apply, every box
guaranteed, 50c. and ?1.00. AU druggists
or by mail.
Williams MT* Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
For sale by EVANS PHARMACY.
A Severe Cold for Three Month?.
The following letter from A. J. NUB?
baum, of Batesvlllo, Ind., tells ita own
story : **I suffered for three monthn with
a severe cold. A druggist prepared me
some medicine, and a physician prescrib
ed for me, yet I did not improve. I then
tried Foley's Honey and Tar, and eight
doses nu red mn." Refuse substitutes.
Sold by Evans Pharmacy.
Practice economy by doing your own
blacksmith work at home. By BO doing
you can .soon save the cost of a set of
Blacksmith Tools, if bought at the low
prices ht which Sullivan Hdw. Co. are
oiferiug tbeee outfit H.
When von want first-class, up-to-date
PnoTos call on GALLAGHER BROS.,
at their now Studio uoxt door to Ligon ?fe
Led bid tor-upstairs. Satisfaction is ful
ly guarantciuJ to ovory customer.
Foley's Kidrioy Care makes tho kid
neys mid bladder right. Contains noth
iiiR Injurious. Sold hy Evans Pharmacy.
Pocket KnivoB .'br tho men and boys
a tremendous ?tock of most carefully se
lected Pockot Cutlery is offered by Brook
Kdw. Co. special dosiguu to suit the
The Annual M not In ir of tho stockhold
ers of the Fidelity B. dc L. Association
will he held nt tho Farmers ?fe Merchants
Bank Thursdav, Ap HI 3rd, 1002, at 8 p. m.
J. E. WAKEFIELD, Jn., Seo'tfy.
That ar? Especially Appetizing !
OLNEY'S SIFTED PEftS.
12 jc. Can, $1.37 per dozen.
Uniform in size, turn out nicely in the
dish, a sweet taste io them which lov
ers of fine peas delight in. They re
mind one of the fresh peas in summer.
OLNEY'S CREAM CORN.
12Jc. Can, 81.37 per dozen.
Can't beat the best-this is best. Ten
der, sweet, creamy with a rare d'avor
that's particularly inviting.
A lot cf
RUTA BAGA TURNIPS.
C. FRANK BOLT.
The Cash Grocer.
And soon you will chango your dress from the sombre hues f
of Winter to the brighter hues of early Spring, and we are
ready to help you make this change with the grandest show
ing of New ?pring Merchandise that has ever been our good
fortune to show. To buy from us means to be well dressed,
for only the newest fancies and latest ideas are to be found
Our Dress Goods Department
Is full to overflowing ??rh the swel lest patterns and the ueweu weaves, the
prettiest color combinations that you could desire, aud as from season to sea
son Black Dfe?a Fabrics become more popular, you will find our line com
plete in every detail. This department ia eludes the following and other new
Bedford Cords, Vigor eux, *
Also, a variety of WAIST PATTERNS the prettiest to be seen are
herc. As usual our
Arc far iu advance ot' other sho wings. Makes no difference how plain the
gown, it will show up well uiuou the finest if it is trimmed from our lino of
fine Trimming in Galloons, Medallions, Appliques of all inscriptions, etc.
Spring's Superb Silks.
A splendid showing. The choicest patterns and latest novelties are to
be found here. This stock includes the new Pau De Soie, Armures, Tuesahs,
Surrahs, Taffetas, Moire Antique, Satin Duchesse and others. Uso, Wash
Silks in black, white and colors, and Fancy Silks for Waists.
High Class Novelties in Brooches, Pins, Buckles, Belts, Parses, Hand
Bags, Combs of all kinds, etc.
A complete/stock of Lawns, Muslins and Organdies. You can find
something that will please you from this line.
Also, Piques, Dimities, White Goods, Hop Sacking, Co Lt on Suitings, etc*
The best Hue of Embroideries, Laces, Insertings are here, in whole pieces
and Remnants. In our
You will find all that is new in Hosiery, Underwear, Gloves, Fans, in a big
variety. Then you will need a new Parasol for Easter. They are here.
Too much cannot be said of this department ; in fact, we cannot describe
it as it id. Suffice it to say, never before have we had such a grand display
of stylish Millinery as we are showing this season. All the Swell Pattern
Hats are here. The pretty Street Hats, also, and we are confident that it
will be a bigger success this year than ever.
With your new Gown, Hat, Etc., you must have a new pair of
SHOES, OXFORD TIES OR SLIPPERS.
Come to see us, we can supply you.
To oue and nil wo extend a special invitation to visit our Store, view the
grand array of Spring Merchandise that we have gathered for you.
Jf you cannot come now send us your orders.
Oi if at any time you should want Samples we will be glad to send them.
Agency for McCall Bazar Patterns 10c. and 15c.
Thanking you for your past favors, and soliciting same for this season,
wo are- Yours truly,
OUR OFFERS ARE
Na CiT0VnU WH0 ,6N0RE THEM !
Those who come here daily are
reaping daily benefits. ......
If you know how much you can Bavo by dealing ot THE MAGNET and still deal elsewhere
you are actually thro*lng monty away every day. It'? easy to tar* money as lt ia to apead lt ?hen
you learn \. hero to hu y.
Dress Chambrays and Ginghams, solid colora, Stripes, Cheeks and Plaida, ?old M a Tssrgata la other
Stores mt 10o per yard, our ?rico 6, t% and So per yard. V-;}
Lot lOo yard Dress Ginghams, new designs, all yon want whUa lt latta at So per yard.
Fine 6Uk Cord Ginghams for Waists, very stylish, fancy stripes, special prion 25c per r&Td.
French Percales, yard wide, this season's best patterns, everybody knows the price Is Mj^o per
yard, yon can boy them here at '14 and 10c per yard,
Whito and Colored Wash Matorlals. Ask for tho nrt'elea Wo havo lt-only ? great deal cheaper
than yon may pay elsewhere.
India Linens from Se to 25o per yard.
French and White Organdies at 20c and 23c per yard, wot th 85o and 60c in any Store,
Fancy Colored Focllie De Sole, tan, linen and ether effective shade?-big raine at 29c per yard
our special price 15%o per yard.
Stylish Black, White and Cream Mercerised Mousselines, imitation Lae? Designs, Satin Strips,
Bilk Dots, &o., from toe to He per yard.
? fine showing of Colored Lawns, Fine Sheer Batiste, all new styles, new patterns and colorings,
fron Oe to too per yard.
Just received a big lot of VALLENCIENNES L1CS3, EDGINGS and INSERTING 3 to match -
extra fine-from Bo to looper yard. .
We have Just closed a Urge contract with a larg* Kew York Millinery Hons? rb Ano exclusive Mle
cf their FLOW ESS. TTw s? A?nuiT? you Flottera for trimming your isastcr Hat* lOe per
bunch that will coat yon 28c toSSo per bunch si.Millinery Store?. Oom? and look at them before yon
boy.. .. ,'?
Next to Fott Office.
JOHN A. AUSTIN AND THE MA?N?T,
High Price Breakers end Lo* Pri?e Hacera.
IS THE PRICE OF A
WE have been very active since the first of January in
getting hold of the very best things for the Spring Trade.
We have done the thinking along dressy lines fer men as well
as the fair sex. We are ready for the smart dressers among
young men, also the more quiet and tasty men of middle age,
and the little men in Knee Pants. We are showing the cor?
rect things in style, patterns and quality, and at the right
Is a great part of our business. We dp somewhat different
from some clothiers, for we are not dependent* on Clothing
alone to make our profit, as we turn but great quantities of
goods in all our various departments. We can afford to han
dle Clothing with a less margin of profit than those: who de
pend on Clothing alone. A little profit here and a little there
amounts up in the aggregate. We buy Clothing from the
very best manufacturers, select the style and quality with
the greatest care, and offer for sale with the view of making
a customer in every transaction.
We can't build a business on any other foundation than
the very best for the money. As we establish this faot more
and more it takes less time to sell our- friends. They come
straight to us, buy and go away satisfied. A satisfied custo
mer is a walking advertisement for you. The great ambition
of our lives is to build this business to tremendous propor.
tions on the stable foundation of full value for every c ent
spent with us.
We would lita for every man and boy in the Count; to
read this advertisement and to study it closely. Every one
of you are interested in it.
Come to see us this Spring and we will show you the
grandest line of Clothing it has ever been your pleasure tc
The Big Store of Anderson.
Buyer just returned.from the Eastern
markets, and has purchased one of the
prettiest line of Goods ever brought to
our city. Don't forget to call and see
our beautiful line of - - - - - - -
We have beautiful Easter Hats.
We have beautiful Easter DrefcB Goods.
We have beautiful Persian Lawns.
We have beautiful Oolored Lawns.
We have everything in the way of beautiful Easter Novelties. ,
Easter Hats for boys and men.
Beautiful Easter Suits for men and boya.
Remember our Buyer bought over
$20,000 worth of Up-to-Date Goods
This season. No old Goods or trash.
Remember we are giving some graiid prizes thu season.
Don't forget to call and see our- ? <
BEAUTIFUL LINE OF MILLINERY.
Time and space will not permit us to quota yon prices this week, but yon
will hear from us eoon.
If you are.looking for up-to-date Goods and prices, just one-half below
our competitors, call.at once and see us.
Lesser & C?0?,
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