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THB 0OTTON MARKBT
at the Fleecy Staple Was Bringitg
Yesterday Afternoon in the Various
Portions of the County.
(Corrected by Nat Gist.)
ood Middling......... 9
trict Middling . . . . . . . 887 1-2
iddling........... 8 76
(Corrected by J. L. and A. G. Wise.)
ood Middling . . . . . 9
(Corrected by John R. Scurry.)
Good Middling. --.-... 906
(Corrected by.Aull, llentz & Co.)
Good Middling ........ 8 90
(Corrected by J. B3. Lathan.)
Good Middling........ 9
(Corrected by Smith Bros.)
Good Middling . . . . . . . . 8 90
Col. George Johnstone.
Mr. John Burke, the staff corres
pondent of the Augusta Chronicle, who
is reporting the Tillman trial for his
paper, in writing of the lawyers in the
case has the following to say of Col.
George Johnstone who is for the de
"Col. George Johnstone is another
lawyer of the defense. Here you have
the past master of sarcasm, with a
shrewd mind and eloquence of a very
forceful nature. Col. Johnstone is al
ways virile. There is nothing of com
promise in his make up. It is always
fight, fight, fight with him. In the
forum of the court house this gentle
man never gives quarters and you could
imagine nothing more foreign to his
character than asking it. He is happi
est when in the throes 6f deep conten
tion, when his own splendid intellect is
pitted against one that pushed his on
to the greatest efforts.
"As an orator, Col. Johnstone is very
strong. His physique is impressive,
manner emphatic and his voice of com
manding tenibre. In the realms of
logic he is particularly apt and fits his
arguments together with a precision
and co ency that renders his finished
speeches difficult of successful assault.
Johnstone doeg not plead or entreat for
results, he simply sweeps obstacles
from his path by powerful bursts of
eloquence in which are carefully welded
law and reason. When he turns his
tongue and thoughts to onslaught he
fairly scourges the object of attack.
How he can make a man writhe and
stiffer mental anguish must be sean to
be appreciated. There is an indepen
dence about Col. -Johnstone's efforts
that carries confidence to the minds of
his hearers in short order. Summed up
in a sentence he is a careful, yet daring
advocate, a thorough sifter of evidence,
a man of excellent courage who speaks
t his mind freely, without the slightest
fear of any consequences that may fol
Fifty Years of Wedded Life.
Mr. Levi J. Fulmer was born Sep
tember 7, 1830, and Miss Elizabeth
Sloan was born March 19, 1829, andl
they two were marriedl October 23,
To them four children were born
and eighteen grandchildren and twelve
greatgrandchildr.en. One of' their chil
dren is deadl leaving three still living.
Mr. and Mrs. Fulmer are also still
living and on the twventy third (lay of
this month they will celebrate their
golden wedding (lay. They live in the
lower section of Newberry county near~
Piney Woods church. The Herald and
News hopes the golden wedding anni
versary may be a pleasant one and that
they may live many years yet in the
.enjoyment of all the blessings of life.
Invitations to the marriage of Miss
Nancy Broaddus Pool to Drx. Clarence
D)ouglas Weeks at the First Blaptist
Church in Newbery October 22 at 8.30
p. in., have been issued.
Miss Pool is the eldest (laughter of Mr.
andl Mrs. T.' C. Pooh and a very hand
some andl accomplishedl young lady.
Dr. Weeks is a native or Sumter but
has been in Newberr~y for several years
and is now a member or the dIrug firm
of Gildler & Weeks.
/ At the Chuirch of the Rtedeemner.
At the Church or thle Redeemeri, on
Sunday morning next, thle subject or
Missions from a utilitarian view point
wvill be p)resented by the p)astor, 1t is
hoped that every membeir of the chureb,
wvho can possib)ly at.tend this service,
will (10 so. In addition to the regular
offerings an opportunity wvill be given
to all to make an oflering to the cause
of missions. Tfhe service will be ulnder
the auspices of lthe Woman's ilonme and
'Foreign Missionary Society of the
hturch, the annual Syunodical conven tion
. hich will be held in Columbia early
ahlcc election of deacons will
on the see ymomg
weg .,. The tNeting o fthe Churchl
on the 9th and c honStra
lawyers of the Gre D.
:are sure will matt ,e bieen re
~udge- m.'na.iae of
>nI t'> Mr.
tthe Best For 'eEp)isco
ason is a
~n, who is
DR. GEO. B. CROMBR RESIGNS.
Newberry College Loses an Able Head
To Return to His Law Practice
His Health the Cause.
It is rumored that Dr. Geo. B. Cro
mer has written his resignation to the
Hoard of trustees of Newberry College
to take effect the first of July, 1904,
unless it should suit the board to re
lease him at an earlier date, though the
board has not given out the informa
It is stated that Dr. Cromer states as
a reason for his course that he does not
beleive his health will permit the ner
vous strain incident to the presidency of
the college. It is known that he did not
take the position as a matter, of prefer
ence but he felt it a call to duty.
Dr. Cromersucceeded Dr. Geo. W.
Holland as president of the cellege, be
ing-installed in January, 1896. Under
his administration the college has been
eminently successful and the many
friends of the college will regret that
he feels it his duty to lay down the
work. The enrolment under his ad
has been larger than in the history of
the college*and a new $20,000 building is
in process of erection.
The regular meeting of the board of
trustees is not until June, 1904, but it
is probable that the chairman will call a
meeting of the board during the Luther
an Synod, which will be held in Columbia
in November. It would be well if the
trustees could secure a successor at this
time, even if lie did not take charge
until next year for it would not leave the
matter in doubt and then the new man
would have time to get into the work.
It is understood that Dr. Cromer will
resume the practice of law and that he
will be a member of the firm of John
stone & Welch. He was a partner of
Col. Johnstone when he went to the
college. If he should become a mem
ber of this firm it will be one of the
strongest law firms in the State.
If the board could secure the ser
vices of Dr. Robert C. Holland, now
serving the Lutheran church at Char
lotte, N. C., it would be a fortunate
thing for the college. Dr. Holland is a
brother of the late Dr. Geo. W. Hol
land and a warm friend of the college.
The Movements of Many People, Newber
rians and Those Who Visit
Mr. Thos. 11. Adams of Leeaville is
visiting friends in his old home in the
Utopia section of the county.
lon. D. 13. Peurefoyof Saludacounty
was in the city on Wednesday.
Mr. James R. Davidson has resigned
as assistant Postmaster at Newberry.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Mr. James Dunbar has opened a
first class restaurant in the Mower
building in front of Newberry Hotel.
Mr. Lewis R. Jones and Miss Mary
Lee Taylor were married at West End
Baptist church on Wednesday evening
b)y Rev. N. N. Burton.
Mr. John J. Eargle has b9ught out
the grocery business of C. W. Douglas
on lower Main street and will continue
the business at the same stand.
A protracted meeting is in progress
this week at the East Side Baptist
church ( Mlollohon Mill). The pastor,
Rev. N. N. Burton, is being assisted
by Rev. IL. Lacy H oge of Jackson, Ga.,
A good dleal of interest is manifest.
Toll the people ini the last issue of
this paper something of the bargains
which I hey had in store for them.
They are still giving some of those same
bargains andl invite ani inspection of
their immense stock.
Continue the September cash bargain
sale through October. Especially in
shoes are they offering some exception
anl b)argains, but everything in their
store is a bargain andl they invite you
to see their goods before p)urchasing.
Steel BrIdge at Whitmire.
Supervisor Schumpert has dlecidedl to
build a steel b)ridlge over Duncan's
(creek at Whitmire. Hie will go there
ina a few (lays to get measurements andl
spec~ifications and will then advertise t.o
let the contract. There is very great
needl of a new bridge at this place and
it is economy to build a steel bridge at
phreces like this.
Marriage of MIss Purcell.
Col. C. J. Purcell wvent to Augusta on
Saturday to attend the marriage of his
sister, Miss Lou King Purcell, to Mr.
Partrindge, of New York, which wvas
solemnized on Sunday. MIr. P'artridlge
is the p)roprietor of the lBon Air Hotel.
Miss Purcell will be remembered by
many Newberrians, having visitedl her
brother here some time ago.
The proprietor of the merry-go-round
has turned it over to the Bachelor Maids
todlay from 2 p. m. to 10 p. m. andl they
will receive one half the proceeds.
Now is your time to enjoy a ride and1
take the children too. All children like
Get the Best For the AskIng.
When you order a sack of p)atent flour
from your grocer, do not tell him to
sendI you "a sack of good flour", but
tell ham to send you asack of "Clif'ton,"
because "Clifton" is the best paternt.
Every sack is sold with this guarantee,
and if it does not prove as represented,
your money will be refunded. "Clifton'"
is an all-round flour and is as good for
cake and pastry as light rolls and bis
cuit. 'r J. nAY
THE COLUMBIA HOTEL.
Mr. Sam Wheeler, Son of Mr. D. Henry
Wheeler of Newberry,
The following is from the Columbia
State of the 7th. Mr. Wheeler is a
son of Mr. D. Henry Wheeler of New
berry and has had considerable experi
ence in the hotel business and has been
quite successful. His Newberry friends
who visit Columbia will be very glad to
stop with him at the Columbia:
The Columbia hotel changed hands
yesterday afternoon, Mr. S. F. Wheeler
being the purchaser. Mr. Wheeler Is
well known both to the tourists and the
traveling public as the genial boniface
of the Wheeler, the resort hotel of
Hendersonville. The transfer which
has been pending for some time was
completed yesterday and last evening
Mr. Wheeler assumed charge. There
will be no change in the staff of the
hotel at this time.
"Yes I consider that I am fortunate
in coming to Columbia," said Mr.
Wheeler last night. "I feel that this
is a good field for a hotel man. The
Columbia is all right at present, but in
the next few years there will be a
hotel on Main street that will be unlike
any now in business here."
Mr. W. L. Bain, who was associated
with Mr. Wheeler in Jacksonville be
fore he managed the Hendersonville
house, is in the city and will remain for
some time. Mr. Wheeler returns to
Hendersonville on Thursday to close
the Wheeler and will be in the city on
Saturday night to take up his residence.
Mr. Wheeler himself is a hotel man
of considerable experience, having been
in the business for several years and
no doubt the patrons of the house will
be more than well cared for at his
Prosperity, S. C., October 8, 1903.
Mr. James Quattlebaum is now busy at
work on his livery and sale stables.
The new building will include a buggy,
carriage and wagon house. It is lo
cated between Moseley Bros.' store
and the Southern depot, and will util
ize the buildirg formerly built for bug
gies and carriages, but more recently
has been used for a restaurant and a
dancing hall by the negroes. The work
on the new building is progressing rap
The efforts made to secure a Lyceum
course for Prosperity have succeeded
and the course is now assured. The
first attraction in the course will not
come off till the latter part of Novem
ber and first of December.
In the meantime, Thursday evening,
October 22, our people will have the
rare opportunity of hearing Prof. W.
Cotton seems to be going steadily
downward and the large sales produced
as a consequence make cotton circles
Miss Lena Moseley came home from
the Presbyterian College for Women in
Columbia and spent a few days.
Mrs. F E. Schumpert and Miss Fran
ces RawI visited friends at Pomaria re
Miss Lola Bedenbaugh is now helping
Mrs. S. W. Calmes.
Mr. Olin B3obb left yesterday for
Philadelphia and will wvork in the loco
motive shops there.
Miss Er'in K(ohn, of Columbia, spent
ai few dlays here on hier way to her
school in Laurens County.
Miss Lillian Dominick, of Newberry,
and little George D)uncan, son of our
townsman visitedl here this week.
Mrs. M. B. Bedenbaugh and little
Louis spent some time in Newberry
Miss Essie Hiolley, of Fairfiel, visit
ed Mr. J1. H. Hunter's family recently.
Mr. John Brown, of North Carolina,
spent a few (lays with his brother, Mr.
J1. F. Browne.
Mrs. P'olly Derrick, of Hilton, is vis
iting Mr. S. J. Kohn's family.
Mr. J. H1. D)ingelhoef was at home a
few dlays this' week.
.Mi'. Ira.B. Nates, of Columbia, is
visiting his friends in this community.
News From Excelsior
Our peop)le are enjoying very good
health and all busy at work. We had
a fine rain this morning which was very
helpful toitun ips, etc.
Mr's. Wmn. Wer'ts of Mountville is
visiting in this section.
So far' this has been a fine fall for
gathering crops andl a quantity of hay
alnd pea' foodl has been housed.
Rev. andl Mi's. W. A. Lutz, of Pros, t
perily, p)aid us a p)leasant visit last
Miss Lucy Lake has been on aseveral
days visit to relatives at Peaks.
Master Ellis Wheeler has been on a
seveiral dlays visit to his sister, Mrs.
Dr1. J. I. Beden baugh in Saluda county.
Mr i. T1. L. Wheeler put the main pub
lic road in this section in good shape
last week. "D)ick" still knows how to
work a r'oad as well as other things.
Prosperity has her oil mill and cotton
ginnery now next will be the cotton
mill. Its coming and in the near future.
We had a good1 attendance at the
service last Sunday afternoon and Rev.
McMorr'ies gave us a goodl sermon. Rev.
J. A. Sligh wvill p)reach in the school
house next Sunday afternoon at 3
o'clock. Come out and hear another
Glad to see Newberry college had
such a fine opening again.
Sorry to leairn of the serious illnessr
of Mrs. Luthier Kinard of Bachman t
Chapel section. Hope she may soon be'
much improved in health again.
THB ICB FACTORY.
Mr. Herlong Will Be Ready For The Busi
ness Of The Next Season.
It is expected that Mr. V. J. Ilerlong,
who sG ne time ago purchased a lot from
Mr. Pool near the Southern Railway on
the Southern end of Caldweli street,
will very soon be in shape to begin
work on his ice plant which he expects
to erect in Newberry.
There has been some disagreement
between Mr. Herlong and the Southern
Railway on the matter of a spur track,
the Southern wanting him to pay for
erecting it, but as Mr. Ilerlong will
handle coal and- wood and also lumber
in large quantities it is thought the
Southern will agree to put in the neces
Mr. Herlong will have a total invest-'i
ment of about $25,000 when he gets
his plant all up. le may also arrange
to furnish power for small enterprises
In the city, something very much needed
and we should think it would be profita
If everything works satisfactorily
from now on it is expected to have the
ice plant ready for the manufacture
)f ice for the next season.
Letter to Z. F. Wright. Newberry S. C.
Dear Sir: Father and son: one is
glad, the other is sad. Devoe; lead-and
Mr Charles Hollenbeck, Fair Haven,
N Y, painted his house Devoe three i
ears ago; his father, same time, painted I
is house lead-and-oil.
The father's house is all chalked-off;
the son's is as good as new. They'll
paint the same way next time.
F. W. Di-voi- & Co
P. 8. Newberry Hardware Co, sell our
IT MUST BE TRUE.
Newberry Readers must Conic to that
It is not the t lling (if at single ca'e
in New berry buL scores of cli,zt-ns tes
tify. E'4'Idor. vment by p1 Illle ou kIow
blars thu istamj) of trut.h. Tti follow.
ing is olne of the publiestaLvt,e:1ts m1a-10k
in this localit,y about Do ii's Kirtine
hi Ml. G-rahan salu.unaij in) futitture
st.ore on Main st says: "My back hurt
me for a lonig itimnt esp.-cialy at' lligilt,
when I have lain awatke manny at tile
suffering with it There wats a naata
(dull acho11g painl aCrIss nmy Jlills anid
11o posit,ion I a-sulme'l Would eASL it a n
it hurt, so to turii over tbhat I Iatl a..,
take b -th hands ant just pull mily.seif
over. Thef sewec.ions frot) I ie k itl ny,
were 'ar- and faull of 8ediment besi<ve;
being so friqu,-nt in action thl't iLll
nIght's rest was broken ns many as st.
,ral t,umes. I uised diferen t k id iivy rom
Ldies but nothing touched the right
3pob anbil I . , a box of Daan's Kidncy
Pills at W. f. Pelhamil's & Sol's (1-a1u
3ore. I was surprised at, the resulL oh
ained. The sedimient disappear-ij
romn the Secretions andJ they Iesume11cd
heir natural apperaanw( and aetion st,
Ahat I eould sleep alIl nlighti and alri, Inl
he u11mrniniLr rested atid re.-frush I. I
have not had backatcht! slice. ''
For sale by '-ll dealers I'rlc 50e eI.-.
?oster-Milburn Co. Butialo
ReMmillbei the name Doans anl bte
.OPY OF LETTER RECEIVED PROM WV.
R. McCR ARY.
June 20, '03,
We furnished the Liongman & Mar
,inez Pure Paints for ptainting the
WIethodist Church of this p)lace.
They, only used thirty-two gallons,
mad painted three coats.
They calculated theira retquirements
vould be forty gallons of p)aint t.o
~over two coats.
After two coats had been applliedl, they
ound it took so much less than the
irst calculation, that the committee
lecided to p)ut on a third c'oat.
This was done wvith thirty-two gal
They saved twenty-one gallons of
>aimt.by the use of the Liongmran &
dIartmnez Pure Paints.
Longman & Martinez. donate a liberal
tuantity of their paint to every church(
hrough any of their agoeces, located
n every City, Town and Village in the
The Longman & Martinez Paints atre
Newberry Hardware Co.,
Executor's Sale of Land.
LT NDER TIHE POWER INVESTEDl)
m) i us by the last will and testa
nient of George D)ominick, deceasied,
ye will sell at public auction befora the
~ourt House door at Newberry, Souath
arolina, between the legal hours (of
ale, o.n Monday, November~ 2, 1903, thec
ollowing dlescribed0( property, to-wit:
tIl that tract, piece, parcel or pilanta
ion of land, lying an( being situtate ina
Jewberry County, State of Souath Car
lhna, containing two hu ndlred andi
wenty-six acres more or less, and(
tounded by the lands of the estate of
L. Hawkmns, deceased, R. T. Puagh
odfrey Hlarmion, L. L. Eoozer and1
thers; known as the IHome lace of
aidl George D)ominick, dleceasedl.
Trerms of sale, one half cash, balance
n one andl two years-the credit portion
o be secured by notes of the purchaser
nid a mortgage of the p)remises sold
nid to draw interest at 8 per. cent. p)er
*nnuam: interest payable annually. All
r an.y part of the credlit port.ion miay
e paid in cash at tho option ofthe
Purchaser to pay for papers.
GEORGE P. D)0 'AINICK,
JOHN W. DOMINICK,'
.JOHN L,. lIUNTIER. ' f
Executors of the last will atnd testa
icant of George D)ominick, dleceaisedl.8
PHlE WORKMAN'S UNION PRO- f
tective Association has been reor
atnizedl atnd in now in good shap)e. All
iembers in arrears either for assess
1ents o.r (dues to October- 1st, must pay
p within 10 (lays from (late or' they
,ill be suspended b)y ordier of the Presi
ent. S. G. CA RTER,
Sec. andl Treas.
Newberry,v. C. Oct.a 8s, 1903
W ELLS BORED-Although I hav
bored two thousand wells in
Newberry county I am still in the busi
toss. Parties desiring my services may
leave orders at my office over W. T.
1. A. McDowpm,
Newberry, S. C.
Y ARM FOR SALE.-Good Sixty
p. Acre Farm, near town, for sale.
Akpply at this oifice.
[N OOD MEALS-Chas. W. Douglas
T is conducting a first-class Restau
'ant. Guood mieals Cheap on short notice.
IARIDWARNI lAIRNESS AND
. Paints- - We have just added to
ur stock a complete line of harness
iardware and paits and are preparea
0 serve your wants at lowest possible
>ric.,s. A partment adjoining grocery
itore. Come iii and inspect our line.
lar nails just received.
How to Make Money.
Agents of either sex should today
vrite Marsh Manufacturing Co 638
.ake Street, Chicago, for cuts and par
iculars o' their handsome Aluminum
Jard Case with your name engraved on
t and filled with 100 Calling or Business
aris. Everybody orders them. Sam
)le Case and 100 Cards, postpaid, 40c.
Phis Case and 100 Cards retail at 75
:ents. You have only to show sample
,o secire an order. Send 40c at once
or case and 100 cards before some one
ets ahead of you.
"ill NOT BJY T 4ll H13014sT?
Ymi can go it fron Guy Dan
Is. Ev. rvh t ot,11111 1) he had from a
irst cla-' Jewelry Storo. the ilnest
in lar!est stock of spectales and
-qseghmesi o the State.
rie Riser Milllnery co
Will be ploased to show you their
logant lino of Iloady to Wear Hats.
iczema, Itching Humors, Pimples-'freat
I)oes your skin itch and burn? Dis
,cessing eru Ations on the skin so you
'eel ashamed to be seen in company?
D)o scabs and scales form on the skin,
mi or scalp? I ave you Eczema?
iklin sore and cracked? 4 ash form on
.le skin? Swollen joints? Falling
air? All run down? Skin pale? Old
sores? lEating sores? Ulcers? To
ure to stay cured take B. B. B. (Bo
Lanic Blood Balm) which makes the
loo( pure and rich, thenl the sores will
heal and the itching of eczema stop
forever, the skin become clear and the
blood pure. 13. 11. B. sold at drug
tores $1. Trial treatment sent free
md prepaid by writing to Blood Balm
o., Atlanta, Ga. Describe your
rouble and free medical advice given.
,)ver 3000 testilmonials of cures by B.
L 0. 0. F.
PULASKI LODGE NO. 20.
N/El'Ts EVERHY PIDl)AY NIG111T
-1 at 7 A0 W lmk at. t,eir litl I at the
rwicd Schlool buildinw. Visitors cor
J. S. SM IT1l, N. G
T. Stewart., .11, Svcret.ary.
aither single or in suits
FABLES of all kinds,
ugs, Etc., Etc.
verything found in a
tore. We make a
pecialty of framingI
[IBLER DENNIS &
At Lea veil's Old Stand.
Newberry S. C.
Are filled from
with desirable me
will find it very
here, because th
right, the pricesar
are Polite and ev
ble will be done
your advantage 1
We want to emphasize
can or will sell YOU gOod
selves. Our present sto<
low figures, in truth v
goods on our shelves awa
\W?o propoRo to) g i en ori t Ih<
anld id vane 11thv pli 444riC O lit . og mo Io
It 'm it big fto,L, l It. ImI(l \o0 1 I .4 ak it
Onr wk i- ii
we have thr,o *%xirim'eod idt to h.4
head fittod h \.\'I- cnm lit #), Y 4r1y
Our iihoe storv. too, I i of , J,
Walk Over Shwvs f,,r ,nmhv n ..
for tuoro, but I bwrl- III 11,1no hot t l. I
by th limot, skiilhdt I w rkI1 o I-vry i11
Hand turnod, sf sag y. ; i ,
of those olegilt Sh."-: ovbry pa ir i
Ideal Shoes for I
Visit our mtor s Ie Wil I "iv VHl
spond With IIH.
To buy youir Furnturt.. \\hW t
111d we prop) se ti mAke it t Nmir 'i 1
at Rock b)ottobm trices. \\- carry 1
airrivedi. We bouti the aoc t Ithe og12
them 'ike we bouighit lhem \'e :a'
Stov'es, Gla:ssware( andt t' lou t ke rs
i ng to be foundo in a i- tir . l lurni
Oak Center TIa tble I r sI \\i s,
comeI andt tc e tem \Y.o \ln
BY THE CARL(
Dry Beef HarT
ham's Old Re
We. are abundan tt h ine n 1- up
your wa t 0 ver y <h I i ;uu en I ru
fled cusloers. It'l
8 a I 1 1 I i 1 t
III) Illi 8l Wi') ic
our -8 a uioo
Su it Sper
1 II) Iitrand, alsoa b)et -
line for h)ov:
and14 yo1us \We
t i) on taciur ;\lar
II(J' s -- I eut i -
fistoc-1 k guarantee<(
floor to ceiling
e qualities are
-e Iow, the clerks
to make it to
:o give us your
the fact that no house
s cheaper than our
:,k was bought at very
e have much cotton
.y undertoday's ruling
Shotiolit of our fort unto purehasefi
mg mi mir preent stock holdf out.
wheck ptt, it. We are the leders on
thoso lilf'R. IlII ( r
ED3"..E .T30 3D%LVA Ir T
k aftor you r interests. Oot your
ir- littlo girl iin it hetutiful clonk.
s for all.
porior Tlro are a Ho s thit sOll
'hoy aro made of tho host, ntttriil
air gliraitoed. Wht mor cotiul
wolt, ninU l liko it man111'14, all s yles
Boys and Girls.
nin reeived f(Pr overy penny you
IO WER O
N & SUMMER
aiml it is all New aid ()p-to-thitc,
terest if 11o will give us a trial.
it all l( inds very ceap'.i, It ockers
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