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BENHETTSYLLLB, S. ?..
IIV S. A. BROWN & CO.
Office ott .-Marion Street Opposite
V If th^pooplo of tfae Factory Tillage
V^?itt%?L*ftjf? homo of Mra. G. W.
,:!.:A-b8i^;bbi-.tTe,nnioge street north of
^.'\?t^'0'new/l?pilrpad, between the hours
bf?t&?nd ?.p. m., on Saturdays they
can get reading matter free of charge
All Factory people are cordially in
; vife^?. to call on Saturday.
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LOSTrf A Premier Gold filled open
^ face.watcn--Seth Thomas movements
.-Case No 248514. Any one finding
mime will', please let me know and I
- will pay for same.
Nov 18, 1903. E. JJ. Swelt.
Dear Mr; Editor; We desire to ex
])r08s through the columns of your
paper bur heart felt thanks for the
kindness and sympathy Bhown ua by
out many friends during the sad be
reavement of our dear little daughter.
May God bless them all.
Mn and Mw, C. W. Crosland.
Nov. 17 1903.
. 'The'sad news waB received here
Monday of the death of Frank Newby,
soiT of the Mr. W. J. Newby formerly
pf our town. The'remains were brought
down from Rocky Mount to Bennetts
ville Tuesday night and laid to rest
Wednesday afternoon at Oak Ridge
cemetery-Rov. R. Ford conducting
the burial service.
Don't Ton Want It?
Dr. Stamps, of Lumber Bridge, N.
O. i has a nice farm in Cumberland
county, N. C., four miles south of
fayetteville that you can buy reason
able! The place for a good home.
Town Taxes Due.
The books for the collection of
Town Taxes are now open and
Clerk McLaurin ?B ready to write
your receipt. Seo hiB notice else
Concessions of a Priest
Rev. Jno S. Cox, of Woke, Ark., writes,
or 13. yftfiib I Mifl'crad .'rom Yali v.
Ji audie?. ? connut ed r. number ci j-uyn
XOR und tried nil sor', wi medicine*, bal
-v-. : 'Hj^r. Thee. ? bsga?) ti?r? hbo of
.."Vsiw-jrtiil faul tha? 2 run now
r twelve yearn.'' IE voa want a
\a ruedioiue fot Livei eua Kidney
.j'ile, .nloronch du-.rder OT rjeuera? de
.'v. ?'V? E!er>dc Bitters. Iti ?/'Jiuiiutacd
- A family' at tho Cotton Mill
V;.ore ixi luck lastTrnirsdaj night
v/tien instead of catching a robber
in the dining room they captured
a fine possum, that had crawled
i u at the window in search of
THE HUNGRY I
WHBH in town and you want a good
meal, remember wo can serve you,
.A good meal for 250. Kent mirani
north of tho MarMt.v
FRESH OYSTERS in ovory style
D. J. BRAYBOY
Hamilton sells 14 lbs good
green coffee for $1 00
Saves Two Prom Death.
-'Oar little daaghter had an almost fatal
r.tlHOlc of whooping cough aud bronchitis,"
writes Mrs, W. K. Huviland, ot Armonk,
N. Y., "but when all other remedien failed
we saved her lifo with Ur. Ring's Now
Discovery, Oar nioco who had Consumption
lu an advanced stage, also used this won.
doral m?dioino acd to-day she is perfectly
wc:!," Desd?rate throat and lung diseases
- yield to Dr. Ring's New Discovery os to
no other medicine oa earth. Infallible for
Co-.Oahs and Colds 500 and $1.00 bottles
guaranteed by J* T. Douglas & Bro. Trial
Farm For Sale,
CONTAINS ISO ACRES of Good
\>i Land-40 aoros under cultivation, tho
'h ilmeo in wood and timber, for willoh
there is a good demand. Situated Four
Miles south of Fayetteville on tho Wil
mington road. Easy term**.
Address DR. THOS STAMPS,
Lumber Bridge, N. C.
November 19. 1903.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Marlboro-Court of Com
~i in B. Graham, ag Ad minis!rotor of
ho Personal Estate of W. R. Graham,
leceased, ond as heir at law of said
Julius CarliBlo. Laura Carlisle, Manly
<!arlhlo, Willie Carlisle and Charlton
Jarlisle, as heirs at law of said doceosed
nd F. B. Gibson, Dofendanta.
Complaint /or Account and .Jlclie/.
. 'I accordance with t> Deorotal Order
".; granted in tho abovo entitled action,
A ?I and singular the creditors of tho estate
bf W. R, Graham, deceased, are hereby
i i IGcd to establish their claims bofore
ino on or bofore tho first day of January
fi t, or bo barred tho benefit of any de?
Ott'U which may he re a de rod in said cause.
J. A. DRAKE,
Nov. 10,1903. Clerk and Roferco
Are ?ou Afflicted ?
IJLOEBINA is nbBolutoly guaranteed
cure Ulcera, Ringworms, Eczema,
Jtchj oorea aud chronic Bkin disoases,
pena 35 cents and got a package by
m J il. Manufactured and sold by
R. G. DOZIER, M. D.
Luroberton, N. C,
Mr. A; D. Gray ?as our thanks
Mr. A, W. Wright-has our
thanks for favors
Eon. W. F. Stevenson of Che
raw was in .town Sat?rday
Mr D S Clark of Clio was up '
Tuesday arid called
Mr. J. T. Medlin of Red Hill j
has our thanks for favors
Mr. John Gullege of McCo?.1 ;
has our thanks for favors. j
Mr. B. A. Capel has been spend ;
lng a week with his son T. J., in ?
Mr. John C. Everett of Salters '
was up last week and made us a ;
pleasant call .. j
Mr Randolph Rainwaters of .
Uppor Smithville was attending j
court this week i ;
Mr; W. L. Smith of Clio, was ;
in town Sunday. He is still with \
Bonnott Co. j
Constable J J Pearson made
good hauls at Mont Clare and ;
Lumber last week (
We regret to report that Mr \
John S Moore has been quite .
sick for several days |
Mrs. Laura Waters of Lynch- .
burg, Va . is here visiting her :
parents Dr and Mrs Faison i
Mr. Thos Fraser, one of Heb- ;
ron's live at home farmers, was j
up Saturday and made us smile '
Mr Thomas McLendon is back
rom a visit to Wadesboro to see
his boys Baxter and Murray ;
Mr. Frank Manning, Jr., of
Hebron was up Monday and call- 1
ed. No special.J;news in his sec
Mr C L Sawyer of Brownsville <
was up Monnay and called.
Farmers busv sowing grain and
planting good crops
Mrs. C A Wilcox, of Marion j
and Mrs Lollie Collins of Conway t
are here visiting their parents
Mr and Mrs J S Moore
Mrs. Grace McCollum of Sum
ter has been spending affiw days
in town with her parents Mr. j
and Mrs. Dr. J. L. Jordon '
Mr. Welcome Ivey of Clio, was
was up last Thursday for the 1
first time in a year. He makes '
plenty to eat and lives at home
We extend a hearty welcome to 1
Mr. J. T. Medlin and family who 1
came from Cheraw. Mr Medlin
is agent for the new Railroad 1
M i Albert C. Pearson; of Les- 1
oi was c?o\itt Saturday
arid i ts a pleasant call. No ,
I spec'?.! news-peace and plenty
I Viv '.' r-: <^--: -'- ?jottoriweigh
- . . ..: .. .. uro'tt & Kirk j
[wood, has mortwd Vis family to ,
I ono of tho povsw^os-pn J?ririingi
i T?r.. !.?.r.;rnti.,,.iK..l ?'.V.V.'.
|W. \\\ Mc?\$e&* thel popular
.j jj 'oviriotoi- o'.^?. Marble Works
isquite RM.'bi.\$??J.ichome of Mr.'
, V?'aller Fat?.
Mr. Robert Easterling for
sometime salesman at Hamilton's
grocery, has gone to Dillon to
open up a wholesale commission
house for Hamilton & Townsend.
Mr. Tom Johnson, a well
known musician and piano tuner,
who traveled in our county some
years ago, is in town He is now
traveling for a Greensboro House
Our faithful shepherd, Rev A
, B Watson was too sick to fill his
appointment Sunday morning at
the Methodist church. Rey E P
Taylor, P. E., filled the pulpit
Clio Novelty Works.
Parties in wnnt cf Sash, fDoors,
Blinds, Balusters, Bracket Work,
etc., can get them from Clio Nov- 1
olty fForkfj. Mr. P. A. Hodges is '.
agent at Bennettsville.
-? Special attention is asked 1
to the advertisement of Mr. C.
B. Hubbard the grocer on the ]
- The Editor returns thanks ;
to Mr. Thomas Fraser of Hebron \
for a mess of "Georgia Buck"
potatoes-a sample of his large
Broke Into His House.
S. Lo Quinn of Cavendish, Vt., was
robbed of hin customary health by invas
ion of Chronic- Constipation. Whoa Dr.
King's Now Life Pills broke into bis houuu
Ina trouble was arrctited and now lio'i; en
tirely cured. Thoy'ro guaranteed to cure,
25c nt J. T. Douglas & ?ro Drug Storo.
The Continental Plant Co., Kittroll
N. C., are the shippers of strawberry
plants in the world. All desiring to
grow this 1 scions fruit should write
for their full catalogue. They offer
also all kinds fruit tress. See their ad.
Medical and Surgical Aid for Jewelry.
In oar workshop, fractures rum breaks
aro mended, abrasions removed and parti
cles of gold, silver and other "prcoioub''
motal restored to a healthy condition.
is dono successfully by workmen of skill
and ezpciienco. MiBaiog parta can bo re
stored, diamonds and othor stones roBot.
Oar chargeB aro reasonable.
8. J. PEARSON,
Next door to Po3tof?ce.
cupied to j
In order to reduc?
stime, I will sell tne
I now occupy at ?
14 Years fn tin
TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS.
- "We return thanks to John
Washington for favors
- We are glad to note that our
farmers are planting larger crops
jf smaller grain
- Cottolene for sale at
W. M. Rowe's.
Mittio first to show up-io-date wear?
ng appareil for tho ladies and child
New arrivals in neck ruffs at
Mitti e's store.
--- Mr D D McDuffie has heard
from hts colt, and hi? friends
aope to catch him soon
--Don't forget Bennett's an
nual Cost Sale begins next Mon .
lay. Call early for bargains
- Mr L D Newton of New
tousville has a lot of hogs, cows,
mules and horses for sale?
The Democrat returns thanks
bo Mr. W. B. Ivey for a stalk of
Iiis fine ribbon cane
- The first two weeks of Nov
amber weather were just fine but
yesterday it changed to icy cold
l?" il i s reliable.1 lip-fo'-dale ano lo
i. .' found in a first class dry gooda
itore yo i con got it at Mittlo's atore.
4 . Senator McCall presented
?? JtSiU-b a fine wutAH-uiolou*^!^
.i-?wuiiB.. tvi?ig "(Tinner. "TC vi'at? <
grown by Mr. A. Si Jackson
--Mr. Clarence Breeden has
purchased a SLU^II saw mill and
is sawing maple, poplar, gum
and pine for his own use
New crop shreded Raisins,
Currants, Citr?n ?Sec. at
W. M. Rowe's.
Boys knee suits and knee pants the
beat, in the land at bottom pricsB at
Mittle refunds your money if dis
pleased must bo as represented or
your money back.
- H. J. Heinz's Co., prepared
mince meat, cranberry sauce and
apple butter for sale at
W. M. Rowe's.
- Plenty of seed oats at C. S.
McCall's and now is a good time
to plant a large crop.
- Call on Sol Brown and see
his bargains in Mattings and
Not cheap goods but good
ajoods cheap at Mittle's store.
- Tho best cook you can have
now is one of those new stoves
it Percy Moore's
A full lino of H J. Heinzs Co.
Pickles Preserves, Ketchups, Sau
?es, Jellies &c. at
W. M. Rowe's.
Real good green coffee 8 J to 12 ?
its at W. M. Rowe's.
Royal Baking Powders at
W. M. Rowe's.
Just received, a large lot of NEW
WADED SHELLS of all kind.
At W. M. ROWE'S.
NOTICE-1 HAVE REMOVED MY
)FFICE TO THE ROOMS OVER THE
'Pi,ANTEits NATIONAL BANK."
H. H. NEWTON.
Sept 1, 1902.
That Throbbing Ileadaclio
Would quiokly leavo you, it you used
3r. King's Now Lifo Pills. Thousands of
ufforors bavo proved their matchless merit
or Sick and Nervous Headuchoa. They
nako puro blood and build up your health,
)n!y 25 con tn, money back it not cured.
Sold by J, T. Douglas & Bra Druggist.
&&~ Pipsa and Smokers Supplies in
indicas variety can be fouud at J. T.
?Douglas & Bro.
JTATK OK SOOTH CAHOMNA, i
COUNTY OF M A ni, nono. ?
j*N pursuance of an Order granted by
Milton MoLaurin, ?-quirc, Judge of
Probato for said county and State, I will
sell at my residence in tho county of
Marlboro tho personal property belonging
:o tho estate of William L. Spears, deo'd.
sonsidting of Ono IJorso, Ooo Buggy and
liaruups, Ono ono horse Wagon, Ono
Single-barrel Gun, Two Plowa. Ono Pia
ol. otc. The paid falo to bo for CASU,
ind lo lake piuco at my homo at ll o'
:lock in tho forenoon. TUESDAY, tho
ith day of Dtcombor 1903.
Nov 19, 1903.
&v? to the1
se ?ow oc-l
J R.T. t.
9 my stook by tha
Goods m tlie store
a SMALL MAR-!
3 FURNITURE BUSINESS.
Service at Presbyterian church next
Sunday at ll a. ID., and 7.30 p. m.
Subject of morning sermon: "God's
way the boBt." All are invited.
Tho Epworth League Prayer meeting
ts held every Tuesday ovening in the
Sunday Behool room of the Methodist
church at 8 o'alook. The pablio invited.
Prayer mooting at presbyterian church
Thursday afternoon at S p. rn.
Tho hour for evening services at the
ohurches is now 7.30 o'clock.
Prayer meeting at the Baptint church
every Thursday evening ?t 7.30.
Prayer meeting at the Methodist aharob
every Wednesday at 7.30 p. ra.
Tho bonr for Sunday School at tho
Methodist church hw been changed to
3.30 o'clock in the afternoon.
The Ladies of the Methodist
Church will furnish Hot Oysters
and Dinner on the first Monday
in December at the Jennings
House next to Drug Store, from
ll to 4 o'dook.
Married at tho Hotel Marlboro on
Wednesday morning November 18,
10(?:?, hy Rev. Bunyan M..Lund,
tho _l\'t,BbJteriui church, Mr.. .T/.v,i
|~L7 Bu?S7 of Cou ? :vy,"sud alisa Genio
, iloLeikl- .1 grnrid dau^btor of Ibo
?laip Mrsl Sarah Dritte Rotors. T?bcy
left tin tli? early morning train for
?iorouce and from ibero they will go,
to Washington and other northern
j cities on a wedding trip.
A Prospective Marriage!
Cards areout anno acing the wedding
ot Miss Manon Louise Orren, sister 01
Mrs. Frank Miles Durant to Mr. Uuric
Novel Sampson, on Tuesday evening
November 241h, at the reside nce ot Mr.
j and Mrs. Miles Durant, 1006 Commerce
I street, s. w. The cer<mony will take
place at the hour ol 9 o'clock. The pros?
pective bride has many friends in ltoa~
noke and is a young lady ol fine person
ality. Mr. Sampson is Irom Hcnmnisville,
S.C., where he is connected with one
ot the leading monetary institutions.
Roanoke (Va ) funes Nov. 15.
Our young tricud will go on Monday
tor his bi ide.
Mun ?cd on laHt Tuesduy L?^IU by
Rev It. Ford, Mr. Tom S:ubiM and
Misa Junio Milignn-all of B.IIK-1
Next Thursday, 2(>th, is Thanks
giving day and iii order to let our
loree have holiday our paper will
bo issued on Wednesday afternoon
So have your favors in on Monday
Have Patiouce Friends.
If your Arc Lump don't burn,
call up F. E. Rowe, Supt., aud
ask him to fix it but don't kussl
Power HouBo phono 182,
Residence " 121.
Inquest nt Bethel.
Coroner Covingtoo waa called
to Mr. Eb Webster's place in Be
thel section laBt Thursday to in
vestigate the death of a colored'
woman lound dead, and who it
was told around had boen whip
ped to death by her husband. The
verdict of tho jury was that she
died from natural causes.
Bennettsviile & Cheraw Railroad1
Commencing Monday Nov. 0, 1C03,
and until further notice, tra?as between
Cheraw and Bonnottsvillo will be operated |
on the following schedule, daily except
WEST BOUND PROM BBNNETTSVILLE
7 00 a m
7 25 a m
7 40 a ra
7 50 a tn
5 00 p m
5 30 p m
5 50 p m I
6 00 p mi
EAST BOUND FROM CHERAW.
TRAIN Loavo Cheraw 8 10 a m
38 Leave Kollook's 8 20 0 m
Leave Everett's 8 35 0 m
Arrive Bonnettsvillo 9 00 a m
TRAIN Lcavo Chora w 9 25 pm
33 Loave Kollook's 9 30 p bi !
Leavo ICvorott's 9 50 p in
Arrivo Uonoottsvillo 10 20 p tu
A G. PAGE, SUPT.
Choraw, Nov. 7, 1903.
YOUR F?ilST PURCHASE 18 All WE AH
Wo will Demonstrate to your entire sa$
islaction that WE OFFER THE BEBT and
LARGEST LINE of
KBT8 aad BOIS Clotktng
I at prices that are low for high grade goods.
ITHOUT QUESTION or quibbling your money refand
; 'ed for any goods bought o? us that are not satisfactory
lin every particular. Yon cannot afford to make your pur
chases ia our lino until you have seen our stock, learned our]
price?, which are right. \
We are prepared to GU every waut ia Millinery. Lots]
of new goods juht arrived, such as HATS, OSTRICH Plumes]
aod other Trimmings that are popular, at prices that defy com
petition. DRY GOODS, DOMESTICS, FANCIES-we have
a complete line, A pleasu.ro to show you through.
D.RICSS TRIMMINGS and NOVELTIES; We have prov
en our Store headquarters, always showing the most Stylish
Goods first; Ladies, Misses and Infants
COATS A.WD WRAPS to fit aod suit all Bizes
at a saving of 25 to 40 per cent.
BQYS KNEFJ SUITS and Knee Pats. The big trade in
this lino is proof we have the goods at the correct prices.
Shoes that are Shoes-The Wolfe Bros, Line, Every
pair gu ran teed to give satisfaction or another pair free, at
popular pri?e.;. We show this lino in Ladies, Misses and
Childrens, and insist that you return any pair that do not give
Examine Our Stock: and we will demonstrate to
your satisfaction MITT LE'S STORE is the place to do your
Trailing-The vroods, Tho Styles, Tho Qualities and the cor
rect Prices: You must be pleased or }Tour money back.
YOURS ?'?R HONEST DEALINGS.
THE UP-TO-DATE MERCHANT.
Bennettsville, S. C.
. Mit WW . fcw?W?^
" %P Vii
We aim to PEE ASE, and will refund your
money ii you are not satisfied with your
Cai! and get a sample bottle of CEDARINE, the greatest
FURNITURE POLISH known. les (ree to you.
WILL GET YOU ANY PIECE OF FURNITURE NOT
IN STOCK, ii short notice, at a trifle above Factory price.
(Dall and see tts. Phone 190
"THE FURNITURE MAN?
Nov. 20, 1903. BENNETTSVILLE, S, C
IB PROPERTY AGAINST LOSS
Mil OR WIND STORMS.
FIRES NV J LL CO M 33, aud generally when least expected, therefore, it is]
safe business io protect yourself against loss by Insuring your Dwellings.
Furniture, Bunns and Cotton Gins, Stores and Stocks of Merchandise, in
some one cl tho Companies named below. If you will call on me at my
office byer Plantera National Bank, Bennettsville, or write meat Bennetts
ville, f:.. C. and loi me make you rate, you will he surprised to know how
little it U'iU COS'i YOU to sccuro THIS PROTECTION.
The Companies represented by rae are as follows;
Southern Stock Mutual, Greensboro,
Sou thorn Und or wr? torn, Greensboro,
lluuovar, of New York,
Niagara, of Now York,
Philadelphia Uadorwrltore, Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania, of Philadelphia,
Piro Association, Philadelphia,
Eqnltable, of Charleston, S. G.
Gorman, of Frooport, III.,
Quoon Ins. Co., of America, N. Y
Georgia Homo, Columbus, Ga.,
Liverpo? Globe, of Liverpool
Royal, bf Llvoi 1
Aetna, tr Hartford, (jormeoUoufc,
Hartford, of lltir',r?,rd, Oona.,
Phooniz, nf London,
North B tlAli Si t?crcun?lo, of London and
Edi : ntgh,
Phoonix, of rtartfurd, < .no.,
Gontlnontit', ol :<VA York,
Ph?nix, ?f an;i'lly !,
Groonwich, ot 1 cw ?ork,
LnFayott>\ nf Nftw York,
IUB. Co., of Net til Ai .erica, Philadelphia,
British Amorice, Toronto, Canada.
I will WRITE B\13?hess in any section of tho County. ALL LOSSES!
HONESTLY ? DJ USTED AND PROMPTLY PAID.
Sept 17. I OOl
A. J. BRISTOW, A GT
Bennettsville, S, C.
1 willer* Ai: .v-tr.Jg^. riv
SAI-ESIIKN' WANTMJ - to look after
our inter ?t in Marlboro and ndjacont
counties. Salary or Commission.
Add rot H the H?AVBY OIL CO.,
flowers I Flowers !
Mrs. JnoS. Moore has a fine
lot of Geraniums, Begonias
Ferns, Palms and other plants,
well rooted, that she desires to
sell Cuttings 25u per dozen,
Among the New Arrivals
The celebrated "Alco" Brand
- - - Z ? -rf?; 7
FOR HARDWARE OF
Do You want A GRAIN DRILL?
If so, Get The Best.
We sold in this County last season ELEVEN of the tf Fs<r=
mer's Favorite G-rain Drills," and every one of
them gave perfect satisfaction. We guarantee them lomease.
Read what some of our customers have to say :
Mit. P. A. HODGES, .
I am very much pleased with tho "Farmers Favorite Grain
Drill11 bought of you last season, I have planted my crops of Oats, Wheat, Peas
ind Sorgum Cane, and it hos given mo satisfaction. Where 1 have been putting
Four Bushels Oats when sowed with hand, I find Two and a Half Bnsbeta ts suffi?
.?ont when sowed with Drill. Signed J. F. BREEDEN,
This is to certify that we planted our orop of small grain with tho "Farmer's
Favorite Grain Drill" last season, and aro pleased with it io every particular. N Wo
planted as much as six bushels Red Rust Proof Oats per acre, and in over.f instance
it gave us a perfcot stand, and has given entire satisfaction. Wa heartily rccomv
mend it. Signed T, ?. ar.a Tv. W. .IS VANS.
Mit P. A. HODGES ; . ; . ' ;
The "Furuior'fl Favoi.;:. - \ ?a. L.;-*'!''..'.bju?ht-'iif you lr.
given entire ?a?vfoc?ou, mC 1 hemily recomoo* r\' f?' '^',W^^^^>?^-rUs'. :.
See us ii' you Hsspect
to Buy a BRILL,
Sept 16, 1903.
J. T. DOUGLAS.
A. O. DOUGLAS
and Dealers in jg
Plain and Fancy Stationery and School Supplies,
T?fk%'v*4>m /flus* - ?aw _ _ _' rr '
_ ^ -'
GLASS and PTJTTV
FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
f?* Prescriptions carefully compounded al ail hours
and guaranteed to be of the Purest Drugs and at
A full line (Garden Seed & Onion Sets.
Thankful for past liberal patronage we solicit a continuanceof same
;E J, T, DOUGLAS URO,
Jannary '.1, 1902. AT TEE Ol?? STAND,
W. P, BREEDEN, Jr. MANAGER.
^aoliinery of All Kinds
AND GENERAL REPA I WORK, .^^>^
- DEALER IN AND MANUFACTURER OF -
Ceiling, Flooring, Siding, Brackets,
Balusters, Newels, &c.
BUILDING IA FERIAL OP ALL KINDS.
IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF any kind of LUMBER, -ough
or dressed, we would be glad to have you call at our MILL
and look over stock.
t3gr Phone orders promptly attended to
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