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IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY. KANSAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1901-
VOL. XXXV. No 38
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--Now Yurlt Evening Sun.
"Tin: drouth Is broken" is tho word
from every part of tho State -except
Tub Stato Hoard of Health has
learned of but 100 cusos In .the Stut
where the small-pox mlorobo survived
the liot spell.
Af'TiNu on tho theory which tho pun
evidently followed ihls summer, a To
peka (lrin will start u factory to make
fuel of Kansas earth.
EliWINlTlIOMAS Reed, grand scribe,
Grand Encampment I. O. O. F., and
a prominent citizen of Leavenworth,
died Sunday morning.
When registering at ElHcno you
have to tell your ago and It Is sur
prising how few women registered who
were over twenty-one.
It Is said 20,000 people saw King
ling Bros.1 circus In To peka, and yet
tho child population of our capital
city of 40,000 people Is not anything
Milwaukee has started a criihade
against noise, but the Kansas l'it,
Star wagers that tho popping of beer
corks Is not included among the dis
The main street of Lawton js called
Goo-goo avenue. This is lining in a
uotghbnrhojd whore every resident
came into the place with his eyos pro
truding from land hunger.
Kansas girls aro conlldcntly ox
j) ctlng that after tho auction salo now
In progress at Law tun Isllnished there
will bo a rusli of young men to Kansas
seeking girls to share their lot.
Now tho music teachers liute orga
nized and prices will probably our.
If a good deal of the music gets so
high tho average man can't hear It at
all, there will bo little complaint.
John Seaton,, tho veteran Atchi
son legislator, says ho does not care
to be governor. Uo never said lie did
but tho newspapers kept harping on
the subject until tho old man spoke.
A ute Indian broke the world's
record at Colorado Springs, running
100 yards in nine seconds. Tho form
er record was .'1-5 .second greater, so it
will be seen even tho L'to has his use.
The fact came out In tho House of
Commons recently that tho Boer war
Is costing England just about u mil
lion dollars a day. Tills "sad but
glorious day" habit is mighty expen
sive. THE bcolllng Abilene iiollector rises
impertinently and inquires impudently
which of those congregations that
went to church to pray for rain took
the precaution to lake their umbrellas
A Chicago preacher says heaven
will bo mostly populated by women,
fow men getting there. Ho of courso
expects to bo one of tho few, so Ills Idea
of heaven Is not so strange. But how
about the women?
Look out for tho man with a gold
brick to sell, which ho secured Irom
one of the men who stolo $280,000 from
a California smelter Monday. He
will bo In Kunsus before tho wheat
money is nil gone.
Keep your eye on that St. Louis
judge who recently dismissed a girl
urrostod for kissing a oung man in a
public park. Ho has struck a beauti
ful nolo In a popular chord and will
heroafler have a following.
REV. C. M, Sheldon tins dramatized
his book -'Edwin Blake," and will
liavo It produced by christian act
on and actresses. It is the lir.sl step
toward reforming tho stage, he thinks.
But one stop doesn't necessarily make
u champion pedestrian of a man
The finding of pearls in Neosho
rr. or mussloH has been resumed and
a.. Emporia man is credited with dis
covering one worth $100. Tho sensl
blc young man, however, will rely on
tho niusclos in his sleeves to accumu
late a fortuno and not waste time
trumping tho creek banks.
The only rain Kansas has had for
months has fallen since tho Seventh
Day Adventlsts liavo been holding a
camp meeting near Burlington. Tlioy
havo quit and now it is up to some
other sect n5w to take up tho weather
Paul Mokton, second vice presi
dent of tho Santa Fo road, declares
that if necessary his road would carry
corn into Kansas at reduced rates
provided corn proves an almost total
failure. This would allow tho farmers
to keop their cattlo to fatten.
A Kentucky court has recently
ruled that when u member of tho Mod
ern Woodman lodgo suicides within
two years after joining tho order the
widow can collect only tho sum deceas
ed has paid Into tho treasury und that
tho order is not liable for the wliolo
The railroads ought to bo thankful
Kansas has a crop shortage tills yeur,
They aro complaining already of a
shoitago of ears and evory road is
Imsj so no borrowing can bo done.
If tho industrial prosperity keeps on
despite tho comparative crop failure
tho Populist will bo shoved from his
Inst too hold.
TlIATOklnhomaglrl who registered,
married, drew a claim, thought she
must lose it and wept, is all right after
all. Tho Interior department lias
ruled tbat slio doos notloso her right
if slio Intends to becomo a bona tide
settler. So she can keep both furm
and husband, unless he got mad be
cause she cried.
Lawrenco Journal: Tho public debt
of Australians $2(i.'t per capita, while
that of tho United States is $14.50 per
capita. Hut just wait until wo go to
buying up railroads and "public mil
tt'es" of nil kinds, as Auxtralia lias
done, and we will soon bo able to show
just as big a debt "per eapiter" as
an old country.
WHEN one roads that tho prollts of
tho gaming tables at Monto Carlo in
tho past sixty days aio llgurcd at fivo
million dollars, tho hankering to bo
pointed out as a "man who broko the
bank of Monto Carlo" grows notice
ably loss. Tho game cannot bo beaten,
hardly, but there aro always foolish
people who will try.
THE KlXHSTKH is in receipt of a
pamphlet telling all about tho moon.
It is doubtless a farm or summer re
sort prospectus gotten out by somo en
terprising hustlers of that plaeo. but
us transportation Is not furnished the
booklet and nil ttio opportunities
therein exploited aro at tho sorvlco of
any one wishing to Investigate
Eldorado Republican: Three weeks
after the French girls In Paris began
to wear short stockings und go baro
legged, KlUorado girls wore right onto
It. Now that tho Paris women havo
taken to sandals, short stocking und
baro legs, tho Lord only knows what
will happen In EIDorado. Howovor,
us this Is u red blanket and geo string
climate wo will not bo surprised.
The queerest town on oarth today
Is Luwton, In tho now country. It has
no rullroud, but 10,000 people aro liv
ing on tho townsitc, mostly in tents;
there uro 400 business houses and one
newspaper. The slto was selected by
tho government for a town and within
twenty-four hours after tho announce
ment of Luwton's selection 10,000 peo
plo were on tho spot, liven loin takes
olV her hat to Lawton.
This Ft. Scott story has moro than
local appreciation: The first baby ar
rived In a Fort Scott homo tho other
day. Tho next morning tho young
father hustled down to a furniture
store, got an expensive llttlo go-cart,
rushed back with It to tho house and
then got mad as a March hure, und
wanted to discharge the nurso becuuse
sho refused to ullow him to take the
llttlo ouo out for a ride.
The man who had llrst choice of
land near Luwton took two elghtlos
ne.U to tho town, leaving Miss Beals,
of Wichita, tho choice of land beyond
him. But she can yot play even.
She has thrown her hotel portor lover
.iver and can marry thu. Comanche
Indian whose allotment joins tho town.
With .'120 acres of suburban lots In tho
family her descendants would be bluo
bloods even If they were red skins.
Some Idea of tho magnltudo of tho
steel battlo now on can bo gained from
fie figures. 7.",()00 men aro now out
und 15,000 moro will join them. Tho
dally wagos which tho men loso will
uggrogato $405,000, Tho net earnings
of the plants is estimated at $150,000 a
day, and tho value of tho dally pro
duct taken olT tho market at a million,
So the man who can onglnoor a sys
tem of arbltratlod that shall glvo jus
tice to all eoucorned muy luy just
claim to tho country's praise.
V. C. Eowahds, of Larned, form
erly Secretary of State, says ho has
.'100 head of cattle that ho Intends to
wintor on wheat straw and kulllr corn,
mixing tho two together In the stack.
Tills will work all right unless tho
calfers get to sucking the cattle
through tho straws.
The board of regonts ot tl.o Stato
University Is in session and i con
fronted with tho Idllllcult problem of
selecting a new chancellor to suoeeid
Prof. F. II, Snow who resigned on ac
count of poor health. Several of tho
older professors aro mentioned as
candidates but it Is not known whether
tho new chancellor will bo r.n oateru
or a western man.
What would we do without the as
sociated press. In Sundu's papers
in one column the expensive wires
ticked oil' the golden words that told
tho "news" of a Now; York man who
cured himself of consumption by tak
ing his dog to bed with him, tho unt
miil entitling and dying of tho disease:
hiiwmicc mo $000 worth of greenbacks:
how a Pennsylvania man was fined 32
cents for using two cuss words. V hut
would life be without knowledge of
A new trade murk or emblem has
been adopted for tho Santa 1m. It
consists of a niodltlod form of tho
Greek cross, within a clrelo und
sniiaro Tho words "Santa Fo." In
tho standard lettering, aro placed on
tho transverse bar, cut white on a solid
bluo ground. This supor.sedes tho old
trade mark. In the now design the
word "Kouto" Ik dropped. Hereafter
tho popular designation for all Santa
Fo system linos will bo "Santa Fo" In
stead of "Santa FoKoute."
For tenears Sumner county has
led over county In tho United States
in wheat production, and for sovernl
years during tills period has produced
1 per cent of tho entire crop of Ameri
ca. Tho total production of this one
county from 18S0 to 1000, with tho ear
18!).-. u failure, was :!3,:W1.518 bushels.
Tho bumper crop of 1000, which was
5,750,800 bushels, was excelled this
year by 1,700,000 biibhels.
Now some crank lias had u vision
and anonymously informs Governor
Jenkins of Oklahoma that thcro is to
bo a big Indian uprising and a general
slaughter of whites because of tho
opening of tho Klowa-Comanoho coun
try. Of course it is all toimnyrot for
tho American Indiun learned long
since that tho sculp of tho homoseokor
has shorter hair and is moro tightly
glued to his skull than that of any
other class on earth.
The books of the Anheuser-Busch
hrowingcoinpany of St. Louis were
checked up for tho year tho other day
und it was discovered Unit the output
of the plant for twelve months was
over a million barrels. Tho fact
startles tho average reader Into horror
over tho crimes und want that story
tolls. But Mr. Busch, learuiug the
news, cabled friends in Germany of
tho figures and confidently predicted
that it would arouse national pride.
Lucky ones In tho Kiowa-Comanche
country must pay 51.25 an acre, or
$200 for their HiOIn order to l-omestead
It. The government will t'. is take in
W.tlOD.flijn, but must pa the Indians
W.000,000. Each Indian also had 100
acres reserved for him. The govern
ment Is now distributing to thelndlans
$"00,000 of tho purchase price. The
lemalnlng 41,500,000 is to bo hold in
tho treasury for them. As there are
only 4,000 of tho Indians, each will bo
tho owner of a 100 acres of land, have
(for the moniont at least) $125 in cash
and $375 hold in trust for him, making
theso Indians tho richest people per
capita In the world. The Indians will
also huvo 500,000 acres of grazing
land reserved for their uso,
A Wichita man, who attended the
Kiowa land drawing, holds tho opin
ion that Uncle Sam desired and
schemed that laboring men should
draw practically all tho farms in the
now country. Ho thinks Uncle Sam
llgurcd that if ho let in u lot of idlers
ho would hurt the laboring men, the
now country und tho Nation. lie
claims to think that the clerks at the
registration booths wero instructed to
watch every man's hands as ho regis
tered; If the bunds showed signs of
labor, tho clerk was to draw down
over tho notification card a thin black
lino with his pen; if the hands of tin.
reglstoror wero soft, tho card was
loft unmarked. And that then onl
ihe marked cards weio put in tho
boxes, until aftor tho 13,000 names
were drawn. Whllo this of course
Is all visionary boeauso the drawing
was absolutely Impartial, yot It would
not bo bad loglo ufter all.
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER
Washington, Aug. 7. Those who
had calculated upon making demo
cratic political capital out of thoSohloy
Court it f tiqulry, because Schioy Imp
pens to bo a democrat, uro beginning
to see that their calculations will not
bo realized. Tho Navy Department
would havo been glal to have ordered
a Court of Inquiry at any tlmo within
tho last threo years had Admiral
Sclcy nsked for It, and now that tho
Court Is to beheld, it will render every
olllulal aid possible to Admiral Schioy
In order thutllght muy bo thrown upon
the dark places in tho Naval Campaign
which resulted in the destruction of
Cerveru's licet, and if It ho shown that
the Department was wrong in Its as
sumption that Schley dlsobeod orders
without properly explaining his rea
sons and that ho displaod a luck of
judgmont at a critical poriod, no
where would thoro bo more satisfac
tion than In the Navy Department.
Evory record of tho Department lms
been thrown open to Capt. Parker,
who Is one of Schley's Counsel in or
der that he may havo access to every
scrap of olllclal cviduno" Hint will bo
laid before tho Court. Judge Advo
cate of the Schioy Court of Inquiry,
has gone away on a vacation and will
not return until September 1. His
subordinates will urrango all tho de
tails, such as making a list of vlt
nessos who will appear before tho
Secretary Gage is now tho only
niembor of tho Cabinet in Washing
ton, tho rest of tho members, excepting
Sicretary Wilson, who Is making a
personal Inspection of tho corn and
wheal crop of the West, being on
Tho U. S. Civil Service Ketircment
Association, an organization formed
a year or so ago, to secure Congres
sional legislation, for tho retirement
on half pay, of aged, Inllrm and Inca
pacitated civil employes of tho govern
ment, without expense to tho govern
ment, has recently been ro-organized
and now seems in a fair way to accom
plish something. Whllo tho Associa
tion doesu't liguroon asking Congress
to pro Ido tho money to pay tho pen
sioned employes, tho bill it will havo
introduced will provide for Govern
ment control, collection und expendi
ture of tho Pension fund, which is to
be obtained by deducting a sirall per
centage it is estimated that threo per
cent will bo sulllcient from tho salary
of each civil employe of tho govern
ment. Tills plan seems to bo freo
from tho objections which have killed
all previous attempts to sccuro civil
pension legislation, and no good rea
son for Congressional opposition,
lms yet been brought forward. It only
proposes authority for government
employes to do what tho employes of
several big corporations In this and
other countries have beon doing for
Washington, Aug. 8. Considerable
Interest bus been aroused in the
Schley controversy by tho now inter
pretion Park Benjamin places on
tho "loop" quostion. Ho writes:
"Dewey at Manila mado no less than
flvo 'loops' whllo Schley mado but ono
but Scnloy's one loop was Inllnltely
more distressing to Maclny than tho
live mado by tho craven Hag ship
Olympia 6n each of which sho ran
from tho enemy as far ns threo miles.
Not only this but in tho inlddlo of tho
light she scampered away, but pumped
up fresh oourugo by tho pusillanimous
broakfast. Well placed is Dowoy on
that court. Ho knows all about
SOME UNWRITTEN HISTORY.
Kunsuk Ulty Journul:
Horo Is a bit of political history that
has nover been in print before. When
Cleveland wasolectedprosldont for the
second tlmo thero was a wurm contest
umong the Democratic politicians for
tho federal places in Kansas. So hot
did this becomo that some of tho can
didates tiled with the president charges
affecting the personal character of
oaeu other. Ono day, meeting Mr.
Morton, of Nobraska, u momber of
his cabinet, the president said: "Mor
ton, you onight to be acquainted with
tho people of Kansas, Are thoro no
honest Democrats thero ? About
evory man so far presented for an of
llco from that stato has beon charged
with ctimos running all tho way from
potty larceny to murdor."
"I don't know much about tho Demo
crats of Kansas, Mr. President," re
sponded Morton, "but I'll toll you
whin I'll do. I havo a friend down
thero, tin old schoolmate, who will tell
mo tho truth. Ho is a bluok Republi
can, but that Is all the better, for ho
will have no personal Interests In tho
inattor, und I'll just writo to him."
And Mr. Morton did wrlto to his
Republican friend. The office just
then under consideration was collector
of internal rovonuo. "If I wero look
ing for u thoroughly honost and com
petent Democrat to fill this olllce,"
wrote tho Republican to Mr. Morton,
"I would select Dick Morris." And
Dick Morris was selected and filled
out tho term and mado an admlrablo
In the campaign of 1800 all of tho
big federal olllce holders In Kansas
got into the camp of W. J. Bryan with
tho solitary exception of Dick Morris.
Morris was a gold-staudardlst and ho
did not liosltiito to say say so all
through that memorable fight. After
Clovoland had retired from olllce, and
Mr. Morton with him, tho latter met
Ills Kansas Republican friend. "Do
you know," said Morton, "that every
last ono of our appointees out In
Kansas turned to be Pop with tho soli
tary exception of tho one you named 't
I was joking with Mr. Clovoland about
it tho other day and told him that
when tho next genulno Democratic
president enmn in lie would havo to
consult with the Kansas Republicans
when It came to tilling the olllcos in
that stato that Is, If ho wanted to got
u set ot otllceholdors that would stick
to the administration through thick
Which raises a query of somo little
interest. Will tho Democratic poli
ticians of Kansas who ran mvu fr.om
Cleveland to climb into the Bryan
band wagon also run from Bryan and
Bryanlsm to climb Into tho vehicle of
David B. Hill V
HE KIND, HE HAITY.
W. A. Whito of tho Emporia Gazette
writes something that many peoplo
need to cut out an paste in thoir hats
anil heed. It is as follows:
Tho dumb brutes sutler theso days,
and cannot complain. They famish
for water and can only whino. They
long for cool hhade and can make no
sign. They want to walk and let their
throbbing heads cool, and thoughtless
masters whip them into a trot. A
man's religion is gauged by the way
ho treats the dumb creatures around
him. A man who waters an animal Is
edging as near heaven as ho who wor
ships in a synagogue; todrlvo a horse
in a walk is as sacred an act us a
prayer; and ho who thoughtlessly
makes his follow brothers in God's
creatures tho horso, tho dog, tho cow,
tho hog or any of God's lowly child
rensutler unnecessarily in this heat
has dono a cardinal sin. Misery
should make us kind, should draw all
living things Into a brotherhood. Tho
delivery boy who Is gcntlo with his
boast Isservlng God as truly asthough
he wore going on a crusudoor praying
in the tabernacle Tho lesson of the
blighting heat thotild be kindness. Be
kind and you will be happy.
AS TO THE COURT HOUSE TAX.
Moraine, Colo., Aug. 1. 1901.
Tho Register: I noticed with much
Interest tho suggestion by Mr. Pear
son In a recent issue of tho Reoistku
to tho ollcct that tho court houso tux
lovy bo not mado this year.
In viow of tho heavy loss suft'ered
by all our tax-payers on account of
tho crop failure tho suggestion seems
eminently timely and appropriate,
and I presume tho only objection to it
will bo that inspired by tho fear that
tho law inukos tho lovy mandatory.
As I recall tho wording ot tho law it
authorizes tho commissioners to lovy
tax "not to oxcoed 2J mills in any one
year." As no minimum limit is fixed
it is plain that tho commissioners
could lovy as small an amount as
they saw fit. Why, then, could not
tho lovy bo mado moroly nominal, say
ono mill, or oven one-half or ono-tcnth
mill, thus complying with the luw uud
yet laying no burden upon tho people?
Chas. F. Scott.
Tho Times is in rocolpt of tho follow
"Does un ol'.ico holder In Kansas
loso his cllizcnshipby entering u claim
In tho territory, or is ho counted a cit
izen until ho gets a titles to hlseluluiV"
When a person tllos on a tract of
government land he makes allldavlt
that it is his intontlon to actually sot
tlo upon und cultivato the lund for
flvo years. Before ho can got u putent
he must himself swoar, and provo by
two witnossos that ho has actually
complied with tills law. Ono can not
bo an actual settlor In Oklahoma and
u resident of Kansas ut tho sumo tlmo.
He can not hold a residence in Kansas
and a homestead In Oklahoma. If ho
is a homostuader In good faith ho loses
his rosldonco in Kansas. When ho
loses his resldonce ho forfeits his olllce.
Ho cease to bo u resident and an olllco
holder In Kansas us soon us ho begins
to carry out his Intentions of becoming
a homesteader in Oklahoma.
Delinquent List Notice.
A few notices appear In the delin
quent list ns printed in this week's
Register which should not he there.
They were diiliciilt to correct uud had
to he rim this time, Persons w ho huvo
recently paid since July 2(1 mid still
find their property advertised will
kindly overlook tho fact. If jou
liuvi'n't paid your notice is collect.
KANSAS CLIPS AND COMMENTS
So many Wlnlleld men won Kiowa
farms that tho "lhO-ncre smile" is a,
feature of tho town at present.
Breathes there a man with soul so
dead, who never to the pro.ss has suhl:
"i Know a new iienuor story:"
At a recent fashionable dance near
Edna a half-blood Indian was .stubbed
and bled so I reel y he was only about a
quarter-blood when found.
Tho Missouri & Kansn Zinc Min
er's Association 1 arranging to ship
iuii,uuu ions oi surplus juck to Liver
pool, thus keeping prices up.
A Newton man arrested for theft uto
two $20, und one $10 bl.'l.s to conceal
evidence while In jail. It ought not to
do illllleull to locate that ten with tho
All ornery youth rtf Leon who is
training to break the Stato record for
meanness is said to havo stolon a i25
watch from a youiiL' lady whom ho
Mr. Glass, a Missouri Pacific con
ductor of Independence, is going to
l.urope. Mr. Glass's mug Is familiar
to many yeople. having held one run
lor many eurs.
A Ft. Scott man say the -Benders
Ho in tho bottom of the Verdigris
liver, and that he could name names
of touj citizens of his town who help
ed put tho bends in the creek.
Two columns of tho front pace of the
Lawrence Journal tell of land win
ners, and the editorial page inquires:
isn't it a misdemeanor lor news
papers to print lottery lists?"
As a case of unprecedented ferocitv
tho Wichita Eagle cites a recent
.Manila dispatch telling hot somo
Americans met u band of six in
surgents and killed seven ot them.
Tho Topeku city council passed an
ordinance ordering tho gas company
to make a rate of $1 gas Instead of tho
$1.50 now charged. Thoeompan has
enjoined tho city from enforcing It.
The stock food scale seems to havo
reached Its height In Ivavenworth.
At an rate the Chronicle talks of a
load of hay being brought Into town
"over the new Missouri river bride."
An Atchison woman is receiving
letters regularly from her son who is
accompanying Evelyn Baldwin to the
north pole, and like foolish mothers
sho dotes on them ulthouch thev seem
And they say women are curlousl
A Lawrenco woman received a draft
for $25 Intended for another of the
same name, and sho cashed It and l
spent It without inquiring whence it '
F. D. Coburn might adorn some of
his talos with u picture of Mrs.
Uoneykowskl of Leavenworth. If
given a proper diet of alfalfa sho
ought to develop into a first rate ad
vertisement. An Eldorado woman has hit upon
tho eternal truth that men nro not
worthy of women, and Bent Murdock
culls her "an old terma'-ent so dried
up she would absorb moisture In an
alkali dust storm."
Tho Lawrenco World says peoplo
who still Jump on Bryan are like thu
small boy. caught pounding u cat ho
had killed. He explained that ho
wanted to show tho eat there was pun-
Ishmcnt after death.
A band of cannibals is to bo Im
ported Into Independence to tend to
the cuss who fed ground glass to tho
$100 blooded dog of a prominent
physician. Tho dog may llvo a week
in agony but is bound to die.
Charlie Hurger, who is short and
has doubtloss Investigated, says that'
that Paris doctor who has Invented a
way of making peopletallerby stretch
ing their ankles and knee joints Is
pretty apt to pull their legs too.
A conceited bachelor who runs a
Kansas paper, suggested that as
enough women registered to take all
tho Kiowa claims, tho men withdraw
and lot each womun win. Ho doubt
less intends marrying a clnim, but
marriage is a lottery ulso.
The Chnnuto Tribune said that tho
water iu the Arkansas and tho contro
versy over It with Colorado had both
subsided. Tho ArkansasCity Traveler
retorts thut If tho Tribune man will go
about two miles abovo Arkansas City
ho will find his stutcmont Is not true
"by a dum slto."
Hutchinson News: In splto of tho
testimony of those who claim that thoy
wero members of tho party thut lynched
tho Benders, Governor Stanley is so
certain that thoy uro still ullvo that n
suspicion is stealing out in tho open
that It was old man Bender tho Gover
nor slept with instead of John
An Eiuporiu Kansas clerginan says
that tho present atmospheric condi
tions uro a "punishment of Almighty
God for tho coldness, lukowurniness
and ludllTerenco of our people iu re
ligious matters." Tho Denver Post
says! "As the perspiration ones from
his polished and thoughtful brow just
as It does from tho more worldly hides
of ills Hock wo must draw tho Infer
ence that h Isn't a very hot number
in religious matters himself."
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