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ie People's Journa
'1.J AULI)IN, Editor.
Cntered at tho Post Ofico at Pickori
.ea miatter.
Sbserip1on. 1.0: : Year.
I'lNiSDA Y. (AT. :11 IPO.
A man1 is nti wiltly 10M] if htis dog h
nifidencee inl him.
Siallrer crops all(] Iittt'r llIthvaitio
bolid be a rulling idea in the pitchlii
f Crops for the next Year.
4: -": -.
The long dry -eason in n(t without it
1od etleets, and peoiplo a111 appropruid
Ig it to the best advantago.
Fluchintions in the cotton market a
atuir, but tho gencral blief of men
prt inl that1 line, is th:t tle prico will
et go higher.
tA
Political boomis Jluniched ill the('S
saceful buit strenou1s days of githerhi
:O SOoI dissipated I11nd give phike1 I
moly talk about thie price of coton tia
ther better thiigs.
Should a1111111 he electd I to olloe Him.
ly because Ie has once hii d il lice
lid should he he laitd on tho shlif sim.
ly Lecuilse h 1111 1been an1 oliceor
Owever. good his rit l' iINay hive beeln
I. 4 . ;:
When a mai (I'11 fr e'wlice, lihe geol
rlly coutbives to have mol, of li.,
rienlds -->Iy of hlim someitthill" abhouit the(
nlestimlable factor inl the greatt : ggregal
ion of citizeni tl1it will bo ini sed froin.
>rivakto life by his elevation.
This is the timo to li the f. iniatiol
,or ia good whoit rpf'1 li l le b P2. I
ills Imv ilne hViVith for It, co nitrv ii
tho enlluigemet'ill ithey g ivt t winIa
gro0winig. ThO h lwtier::nent o)f hlld
through the pre. v.; is lt sinull item i
the benefits to ho tividtiI.
Tito Plici ts Gnld Scht, i;i reeciV
ing flattering enmun1 em1nt frt 1 ver,
qutirter of tie couit nt f Ioial abroad
The citlition of tih scol I is sali4
tory to Prof D ilty an to the p:dron02
aswve'll, Thlis% isan pportuinity tha
Ohol( not eoerokd
Tih M(anfuelur1ri Ret if I lit
M-oro Iiak an ani1n-uneen1ent whiel
ought to l t of ulwhoial intten-t to the pe<
pleofheSuh 11ay,
Near-lytwnyyr gohe...ua
tmers', lec'.n1 was sab. he1it 1
V N v idhig thill ijh-rito n iuihiin
of the South. W1 hllt h1a1: 1)(1 en : donoj dil
ing these I wety y veiti -vintt vt:it the fin
Iro his inl stor ftIll this l etion wilt b
broilaly an'ic miplei ivey Ve d b
the folrellwist itiithoritill iOf the wori i
na Fpecial 1 i tibe i(u byiijol It
i f its twMt eth birthdaiy.
'h i ill be41 the besiitt ad mst at
ens efivi(o publ ietin itver issuedt in bi
If anyr etot vTihi is ultrg al
tegite, io Sthiiteiafnfi-tt t s' Miiultt:
Clitoi titmeitwillttu be ai cf annt hin
lhCo lSiu.ii t wi ill be ltoend am dio
ofit t~hi t aio ai1 whi'Ssjhing to <e
foe rtghi r lsbt rier11 t -1. f
edlto 111( g ive , i it Ilry larg 'I tbbMinal i
cult io lI throughut1411I th1s iiutr anil'
tt wo f I' lll~utiteia it lu~o it
more0 lhihonoI s eyy. 'li 114tes chools .t die
ut edl o enro thly tl1 t o frtylI u il o m,
irll seventyo fv o ai inn'eii- lo('h
amtl throwsl ln:tUl' ito liod i (Ifth t lo
apIt throws t o ml y updin.-r
f oi' n ines d!e lithelt ii bu~it one3' ro
Iplan teachIen, chli Ithletibl toa ketO~
ore ne fiic tuchr, I toIliis dli u i
fl e of thle seit1is lni lllpl
lsllated is e tthihr n he111 r but on ( or)
tet aill hav Oto ermwl ot luthoal n te
tioV~ lthe a It o a ttre i('tin :n, by sol thv t
th ti r ol f t i 011d1 '' th r h tomi. g t I
fuseion3 oth dr ia l l u att liio of ,
fromihe )0)0ir Igos'u Wist aih "i:
twgo tu iht ant~i ton lm) reason t
meroa d ae to .91( lotifr ritatione.
101litiln tl lfi e mt11e. andu doo
Few illowtie ni the "cuoz he
teah wifltlhyc e to tit ryt n
lof, wert ha e got aln otei
ahui nd-usandus hos hI
the ofil n ihtreronyfod ooo
morebn-omthvht
Gdirit dnnee aony o istlud
dbon orwa, yet thr arose~ eth
WASHINGTON NEW NOTES.
While en route to Maine, Senatori
Hiinna continued to reiterato at every
stopping point that his faith in Mr.
Roosevelt grew stronger hour by hour,
No doubt Mr. Hanna still has his weati
er eye on the Ship Subsidy bill.
Secretary Ihay emphatically denies all
intention of reslgninug and declares that
Secretary Gage must have been mistnoleact.
'erhaps he hus, but 8ome people who kiow
hin say that lie has frequent attacks of
cacethes loquenldi
a In answer to repeatod protests, the two
big steel companies that furnish all the
bAttle-ship arnor for the governmont
I have promised positively soon to begin
to ship 500tons mnontihly',twice tho present
anouit The works willi be cnlarged in
orde. to render this possible.
The' McLautrin movenclit to hel) on at
new lily-white republical organization in)
- the South, is iiot feared by tile demoratic
leaders. They say it will idie a bornini",
amll that the South1 will rellailn loyal an<d
steady, in 190.1, to a true blue demociratic
C
ticket.c
The Navy waits 2,000 recruits ill or
der to supply tiho tlirty torod) boat.
destroyers now nearlty completei a to s
make up the existing deficiencvies inl the
orews of ships 110nw ill commlissio. Fivi
thousand more will b needed wit Iiii tie i
next tirce years to man vesseis now 1
building. 'There is no lack of *a-epplicants
but the requirements are so severe that 1
few are enlisted.
In MIarylanid there are complailts of gel
eral aathlily among the vott'teis otf' bOth lIr- "
tics, but it is plolised that ex-Seallitr (Ior. a
Imanll, Will now actively take tle field at tle
heI of the ietmocratic columitn , an d lie lias
already predicted a Sweeping victory for
lite party in Novemiber. 'lle Senitor is
01n01 Of those wise men(11 who nllever i" edicts
uIlless lie lnows.
Tliu far Mr. Roosovelt is practical
l ai unkilownilO qulantity evel amtong the
Ienders of til party tilit. plaeed lim lt -
on1d I; lir. McKinley at the lst. tepubli
1n111 national coivelitilon. It is expected,
howe vor, tiat within thfl comiig two
tnth1111s the new Prsjidelnt, will bo com! il
polled to declare hitnelf (i the lbaling n1
issus1 of th hollir. WheCtller ho will prove hl
r to be more subserviotit than even Mr. ti
llan11 hliild Iloped for is a limitter of in- C,
teresiting- Speculation lit, the resnt timei(. tl
The strongt oppositionl that is beinig mlade tL
to t rerle.lecioin of Sniatoir .hI es K. o
es, ChIlirnal (of 11 National elimo- t<
(latic Cmlin ittee, iLI Atkitisas, is givig ,
his frict(ds great tlr1). Ealv.nor fh
'lark Is attackiig the Sentutor onl thle shiiilimnp g
I jolilLt debates befole tilh.' people, 111.1 the
calnlpaigl at, Ilreseit is said to weart at
db11tful aspect for tIhe lattei . Somile of
the strongest Conilgressmen from ih stite
are 111am0ong the forces alrlayed agailnst the
Svelat ors.
The olly obstielo in tho way of Ohe 1
I'acific cablo proposed to he laid by the I
Pacific C(ablo Colipaly witlolut cost to t
tho (overlnment, is til fact that a Brit- 'j
isl cable ComIpaly now 110d3 OXeiIivo
r ights in Miila, granted it yo irs ago by
Zyain. .1t is fortunato for u1s that thi .
il-itisi govormnlonit has declared tlat
m1on)opolief graitled by the Boor goerN111
men011ts 110 invalid, 11 this lealVes us freo
e to follow at Simihar course in MI . iilai
whlre lBrit(ih companies are involved.
-- The Vir-ginia camlpaignl is bieuimiing to
itract atteio amtonglht ,t he poriicians a
t11- ( 'i ftIl. The democ rts hli eaulidicap
d1 by h ling an tin bueisled Cont itutioal
C' etiot and an inchonite suffrage phm
4,n their. inalds. Col. J1. lilmptonll Ioge,
1. 1 w 1 . , 1 e l lub l i c a t c a n d i d a t e f o r G o ve r 1 W' , I S
n b ol(4 Wlotytent campaligner~ amid 1s making
Lie- a etint lght igaist, il aorerias
geitessf demoicrcy.iil~ 1 Nvrteless the8 VI i
ry atI thper 13 ls bt rea~lljSietywll havIli e 111
tit , flor (illhot uant or lep. ()i
If- 'tl is wlnsoding110t hiner1 cils tha'
thiOe5o tresiet Noi'ds1)1 himsel in a seiousi
1'ilemma111 inrgard ltohies rfeoendalltin
to4 11ongrelssii'l conernSing relton wuih
r-lCuba ioli appeciates'en houlye how(~in
If set hto ul'n o wlluato CubanlI.Il
g rsp'ityi his hthniezumillt to thie~' Unie
ilatesfree tof ty, lii'of~ leuban iluga. On'ie
8elth ohe handit any isuchJ reiitmmedattilo'S
fwouI blringabout, ir(sihlead I swar i'of
indignlant, prIoM''tests~i 1f 1 rom l' i the betsuarpr
ducersilofpte Norl(''the aiest andih fromi'
y Lione cane ga~hir proliers411 of the's Souh, that15
l'ou'ith, i h e asul jston g opebihl
e i'nndsrt. Teetemte tn
Two110n' mnth(s t interven'eI be4fomrle on- i
I, r11ssi asel' e , butIlii.t Ii e ady Presid en l tli'
11'oseelt, has14 bl'egunto Xp'shtt isel in
I'w iv his~ 411 fhink mia sn I tl Isrepartlhs
11 1uessage to1 thliee nai1 t1i a lib s it ure~ 5 . ' i'h
,t messalg wilh Prsiden011 :teitiinlywoul
dl have wrIttn iniee disonedb is e
" electiuony o faIras is oit sal' ient11 featn' i)
14 ~ wl' preicabI le.ii~i 11 PreietIi levlt/s
messagei whIll be11 l anotr1 type of lormnin.
4 of ionseveltism ailiY Int wl'i11ll be onate gi
repoit yt~i a151 mil chana itte iar1 ine athe
y H Ph iIin poliev i'he's illn i av fai
a funresticted rigt'51) 11 ota foiir new snggest- I
- ement, theVI Ithian and I pIs ndsin Stall, od .
It abls&hi\-ery'' ' oha ret'it ns withthe
10 deonIts se ial y th osigh rom bte ath
to latm. Theifact, thatAtheiPresidentiraiher
.i boa)ts oibening afuth, Ien"l by i'nt
*) Hisdtimt of halso hieofr pesd em tli in
no the' mue onpe lot giten hima warm
1plagce, inplar estee frning toolt satin.
a hi mm ethes prtsonal observations it is
enioyn erai Sh;r Tst otin
(t 1rQ0n, Hr 11 .m Vi-ngr-isfancis
p.. Jisno : , al iet o repeT th
O1ur buyers havc Just
ever knlown in the history of 4
in this part of the counui: *. I
rics and we invitc e(ery 1i'n,
RESS GOODS, CAPES AND JACKETS
FURS, COLLERETTES, &C., AND
DRESS SKIRTS.
lIothing and Cen-t*s'
Furnishings.
Never bfore has oulr Cloth
ig depatmct been so com
late If you wear a stOut we
:i fit you; if you wvear a slim
-C cl fit you. Ile big-S
ock l the Cotlly to select
'0111 and at jpriCes to suit tie
urchase r. Youths and ciii
renl's Suits, single and double
reastedl. 1,000 pas pants to
Q sold ranging in price fr m
9 Cents to $5.00. See them
lid get first choice.
WILLIAAhl AlKINLEY.
Hils r.i.-r: ANo woI:
yG n.Chatr'e 11. Gro. venor.
Presidettt 's lift long F'riend, Comttratdo
War an l Colleagme in ('olnress. \Va
iar hii side witl Oh oite grea t 111(en whieni
is uyes were closed ill death. Followed
mo bier to the Nat ioinal Cnpitol and to
anton. Tho G(entnl rv(pjires a she of
t procoEd4 of his book to be devoted
it lKlinley Mont H nwell Fuld. Thsli
itely litilscriber becomwites contribut. r
> this find. M illions of copius will I (
>d. Ivirybodv will buy it. Oh.mI. i
>r the asking. Nobodly will refuse. I.
ant Photogiavuro Portrait of Pr-esitdent
h:Kieiy'ls last pic:turo tak in at. the14
/hltt lloulse. You canl easfily 11nd qulick
' ch1au- $1,000 taking orders-. Onl;er out.
t uick. Chk nen to prni suc si'. 5 .
iro y arly cont it- an(d he- e \it
s end 12 2 cenlt shimi. for. eleent
r tu4sC.tlH. Tainilig 10 to 50 onttI s dai '.
),900 cotncu will 110 sold inl this Viabli
'. Aithres4s
'HE CON'INENTAl. AsSls.\lDY
C(orcoraln Bldg., Opp. U. s. Treisury,
Octt Washington, D. C.
m
o wa.r but you can't
naehim dr.ink.
Y1u C,1m't m11 !he him cat
.it.r. You can tuff f_ d inrr
o) a~ thin mian's; sto'mac~h 1 ut
Simn u e. it. 1IIowV? 13 ma
)tt's EmionIi~~ make'.; a tho
1 1i one4Vi. onl a strike.
i s n'tI 1 try to uise it's food.
-) ints it to) work again
newiI u~ fes;hi, T1hait's thec
WeQ wXoinh like to (iIi Ihs the year' with.
NOTICE!
-*3ALL +PURCHASERS +OF:
'FINE DRESS GOODS,
'UR C0LLARETTES,
0.? WAIST GODS,
K6 MIL LINE RY,
MeTRIMMINGS,
'M MUFFS AND
M CAPES
AN SAVE FROM TEN TO TWENTY
PER CENT. BY BUYING OF US.
ALL THE LATEST THINGS
IN NOTIONS,
FULL LINE OF MENS, LADIES AND
iSSES UNDERWEAR, 25 CENTS TO
5 CENTS PER SUIT.
A COMPLETE STOCK OF STAPLE
RY GOODS AT THE LOWEST MAR
ET PRICE.
ONT FAILl TO CALL ON US,
EVERY DOLLAR PURCHASE GIVES
)U A DRAW FOR A $85.00 HAND
aINTED TAPESTRY TO BE GIVEN
NAY ON DEC. 24.
MISSES ROGERS & CO,,
4.REENVILLE', S. C.
[0.112 Norit naIn 8trant
BIG VAI
ved from the Northern umr: ts m
)ill business, and at prices that wil
0w goods are rolling inl on e(ery
woman and child in reach of our s
FOR A QUICK FLYER WE HAVE PLACED
ON SALE
5,000 yds Standard prints at th
Jts r)(T yarl. at
5,o00 InsgoI uig.igc
1,000 V1l g'rood blcaclingi full (
wid1.h, 5c.
In fcit we ha\' passed thro
our cntir(< dry goods and nio.
tionls, clothling" and shloe detp,- l
m.elts and cut prices to tle
(fuick, and w<: will saw-' you
illoney on your fall bill if you
will give us a look before you
buy. ut
SEE OUR LINE OF VEHiGLES!
\\Vagons, Bug~gies,S Surreys, &
and get our pricci. \\ can
save you moneyv.
LINER1
DEP
Our i\Iillinery I )eparLment thik
Si n of Miss Tirzah I Igluighs wh<
Iastertn mark<:ts, where she purc
hun: of thme Stason' Smost Choice
no pi-1 ; to make" this, <11partmerci
towns, anid it you want a stvlish
will <i well to visit our Millnery
SEE OUR y
DRESS GOODS
It is thW Ios coiphte line 0
ha'en sho wnl In the( c:>unty, and ai
\\'e coriially inivite all the ladies
Will receive a cordial welcomt.
si T \l . i s )iT i 1tll~ ('.\ t ~ ti I ' i I
Si. 'Ii'. s i Iit , et al, I .\ t u t, ll
.111:1-\,rier
i-in he iler's 1 ll. IIni ll t llhe el
uhSomhhhhR eason 11
s. hEy t Yo Sh o In .i on i.:g o . lii
:t 'ik t Vtnr hl itd . l',il~ig t
.\ ll ,s ue1tinor~ p Iietlelor Irel 11.
1:9 n:. : I n i n l l- c onc it n n.S
tt lr ii : t fiti ina l hrs | il.'l ;j
ttIs al T -\ 'l ie I e .; j jll. ti t
ilDI (N lli (' lll il :l! l i g~ II ('||ny
We w1ty 0 :I'l tL intduo- ti i . nir tt
Ijoti. th-iete (!Ol. l(e .i'c te etj~r ,ill h "
I)O' llie3. :ai n Enif (bo 111u lQ oleon 1.t r
b'a ni . llg od at l o he s.ca Ini i
rhere they have bought one of
I enable us to offer to the peo
train and soon our three large
tore to come inspect our stoc
EACH DEPARTMENT
Is larger and more complete
at it has ever )een and we
C going to offer some rare
.rgains in HARDA\RIE of
,scriptionl.
Guns an( Sporting goods,
I leating and Cook Stoves,
BIkting and engine fittings oi
I kinds,
( rain Drills and 1)isc iIar
\Vs, Oliver chilled anm, Syra
me turn P'lows, I fillsicle Ilows
d irming iIplemuents of Ill
n1s.
BIG LINE STAPLE ANO FANOY
GROCERIES
\nid at Rock Bottoin Prices.
tUE&
season is tunder the supervi
> has just returned from the
hased a hirge and complete
n<>velhis. \\'e have spared
t (elual to ally in the lirger
I at at a reasonable price you
DEPARTMENT
I )reCss Goo0ds that has ever
p~rices thtt defy colli)ctiii n.
to attend this opelin g. You
e-Mlorrow Co.
Sheriff's Sale.
I'A I9T I, (ol oh n i I' 1i (. N.\, iil
i ii n : inman ~ l i t Cou r
<hi it. Ansl,
ali In F . it. lit i hoyal.
>sur mad t e int e:''Cstti eie h
on. .I.\ ". K ngh pr)\ln jug~e n ha-hl
ily s ! 1,t o n I) tiil. i the ieh-ik ' ier
I il VsellIto tt h ihes hiil r on;'~ ids
iE D.\Y, -i~(V I x N()'li .:. l oli, i i
('h l ihns o rt h uit' , . Cdni
e leg~l horn f Ir s leth folile(in td.
n hedjie pra 'il-r' to it
All l uiit tai lioee parneil:o roi
4i af(or1 whai in wtlersn of -ime ofil
irto. i-ar the ztow l'el s-:.b-.-, it in
iuliiiiihitil t< si-ve ,itI>lb ui.we toth
toir. xii I. t t iiit < . :- ri t oit iew
jilonl-h il iiiJ ti : s r ' r b-ii -jiy
i <1-i e. 'll -lill l:;,h. ( in -an .
~~~~I 'Ilv nin h. i ti's AI~o t o b(ei.
Ill.' N ew I ! el - [s - iiA s I j
'llit( *J~l tiu> 'i 'icln-p s eono y '.
Insed tih~ in i h~our liorti reinis
1( I te Lflb i f t an day.t o Purha et
ai o anry, :(utoter nei n 2 th e 901 .
e O t . 11. o Ae)\Nl:.
-Ia & ah.stnone
\lltlut erlin Pie, arce Aor try t o
the largest and most complete lin
J)le county some of the Greatest i
store rooms will be filled with th<
< and get our prices.
BIG DR!S IN FURNITURE, RUGS &C e<
Ve again call your attention el
to our line of
FERTILIZERS FOR WHEAT!
\'Ve are still selling the cele
brated Swifts' Blood and t<
Bone l'ertilizers for wheat, fr
Swilfts' "Wheat Grower,'' &c.1
If you wV'ant a g(,ood wheat fer
tizer comlie to See us, e:
COT TON, &C. tl
We will pay the highest mar
ket price for cotton and cotton
see( and all kinds of country
produce(.t
It has l(en oil aim to give l
the ople of, ickens county
one of the largest and most
FI011()11 rf, jNEX.r
WE EXPECT A C01
ANI) \VI' I IA\lF I
weok5 ;I~xpret( h-:, itowe knw ina
I s VI sa tm - t I unk-hu :i t W ter ll evt
aint v lIr is- - m beiv ~ wlw; I n he- tel- I the
Cloc Goers, Stoe, acewin
I lilters, ;ole., I ace at
. NFumniture of aN id
Incldinga nice linle of Ir<
l nt' fall : Irl W intPw er t kn- h.1
TAILORED US AD ENDS"i; 5IN Si.
thi S1.-)IlS r;though a l e re1'a sto
+I( PN Rl ESI N IA T\'KSl H
spae wre inatnib'at ('an onLtl~ a
esto ssern thatls thi stor as n
TRES FAOUS SHUEO AITY SOE.P
pru soe cewSoeste be.I
SCWhatede.fsc: n rsm
Ith is dl s nn it h (:1 n Da Goin s r iotl
pIrAiciomab n herI e noU
IS Ill) .\N N I)? i ,IC.: I I I'i. \ I. I.
:ING. Siii z\I ) Iuii )lt! .\llIIin p lic. ' I ((H
A~nVrei~1:1 hee ii great :Ct(Vintis L an
one fto~ lnerS gradestio, just asyul lsi
For ett an 10item, il.f ~tin Dryods lij0~
WIA mtIC)ll tl ly(' to t 11 'ILd
Todola a t n Innigli'ost.
e of merchandise that wa!.
ralues that was ever know.
season's most choicest faL
)mplete lines of general mer
iandise to select from in this
art of the State and at prices
direct competition of other
)>vns, and it is very gratifying
)r us to state that -our busi
e!ss has grown beyond our
<pectations, and we wish to
iank our friends and custom
rs for their liberal patronage
id invite one and all to come
>Pickens and nuiike our store
L a([uart-ers.
We will treat you right.
Yours vCIy truly,
FELiW Al ON Ti111S
)D B!G TRADE,
NXPA) FORIT! 2
I copie .1want a,] n h r ir money as
the:n1 rit:hi price-S mn tverv1ling. For
yhody, wo h oa liv-pJur - ana simple,
Ir difllelreut. uti11tlellIn nt0s. ()ur rooms arC
"If LT'IN09 BOOTS
ERY, TIN, GLASSWARE,
IEWELRY,
Mia-hi nes, Saddles, Bridles
I ILarness Leathcr,
nds, Bran New ..
M Bedsteads, and these
cheap enough.
alt uul an a tho 4~usa of othe usefu
Iryv themu. Seec tem.
IA)T 01"
I1)ES AND BRDKEN SUITS
turt Iall tu ule and( let uis show)~ you
eiate it.
McF'ALL
!R C LAI M.K
tron ly press-es its claims to
'ou ol all the good. things of
I limits~ o1 our advertisingr
~~e yout a hint of a few
a re and now the bro adI hon
1ro1a e of this "ad."'
(Ch as any~ store( mig.ht be
am th1 e molst reaso)nabl y
rl Irom 10 etCs. pier yardl up
*e (r flion ~ ther' is ini
RI I S.SiliT
1 the prices are from (cheap)
Ike.
R1 LADIES.
all the ntew shaipes in any
ns, Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, Window
0 us and we will saveoiou money,
.ster & Beattie,
Mi StI"l',tre GIiXVEryI.l ES. C'.
ekerinied !
'It llutrket ini th sta~I te to traie ini.
'Il lI-o nd4 htad ardf;)i~ granuijlatiel
I l." I sen lit to ex feud it.. liliht
d fI';i Nuia ni tis I ime I scooped((p
I fall , hiinver rlinui somse p'ole like~
.0 goo' imtI won't last. thurough a~
Ize a re C6 to .12. The1 price Is Cyan)
*0$.00 (lon't b)uy i Inup, [ the 111 noe
are well w~orth $ 10, take thI In for
y abhout shoes wouuI lill a g:'ent big
> cell I am alw 'ays in tho huunor' tou
ure0 fzesh milah na..sa. br

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