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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 31 October 1889

THE BARTOrj COUNTY DEMOCRAT. W. S. STOKE. Editor Proprietor. iREAT BEND. - - - - KANSAS MY ROBBIE. My bright, bravo boys, that once around My knees, a merry group, were found And I so proud to list the sound I hear no more to men are grown, And I am left alone, alone ! Not so; for still a child is one, ; My Robbie!.,- I'm sure I can not tell a tithe Of thy sweet charms, my graceful, blithe And bonny son, so fair and lithe; Thy heart so full ot childish jay, . . Thy soul so free from sin's alloy; ' I love thee well, my darling boy. My Robbie I ; IMy thoughts are with thee when I roam. And when tbe evening shadows come I know that thou wilt greet me home. I see thee running down the walk, I hear thy artless, winsome talk; The birds alone thy tones can mock, My Robbie! How sweet to feel thy fond embrace, To lay my cheek against thy face, And in thine eyes my image trace ! But ah. I see through mists of years That gather in my falling tears; Though just the same he still appears. My Rob...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 31 October 1889

THE DEMOCRAT OFFICIAL COUHTY PAPHR (Office in Open Block) " . UKEAT BEND, : KANSAS. WIUtlTIU, riMhktrMtrnrrieUr. PUBLISHED WEEKLY TERM OF 8UBSCKIPTIOKGAfiH One year $j m nizmonuu... .75 Three months j Entered as second class matter at the Great Bend i postofftee. "All advertisements or communications, to ob- win an insertion in the Democrat, must be handed in by Wednesday noon of each week, at the very DE2I0GEATI0 OOUHTT TICKET. For County Treasurer LEONARD M. KRAUSE, v Of Walnnt Township. ; '"' For County Clerk -f- . s ? tj D. B, JONES jV . - Of Great Ben.'' For Begister of Deeds FRANK G. STROTHMAN, Of Lekln Township. Fer Sheriff FRANK D. WILSON, Of Grest Bend. For County Surrey or " BERNARD MARKET, Of South Bend Township. For County Coroner Db. J. R, McILVAINE, Of IloWngton. For Commissioner, Third District C. COUGHlxLN, Of Eureka Township. i.. DTOEPENDENT. For Judge, 80th Judicial District, JUDGE J. H. BAILEY, Of Lyons, Bice County. DEMOCRATIC EES0LUTI0NS. Protection does not pro...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 31 October 1889

. FOR SALE AT CITY JEWELRY STORE NEAR POST OFFICE. ESTABLISHED 1872. A. S. ALLEN, PHARMACIST. DRUGS, PAINTS, GLASS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, AND CORNER LOTS LOCAL ITEMS. Election next Tuesday. For Sheriff, Frank Wilson. For Surveyor, B. Markey. For Treasurer, Leonard Krause. For County Clerk, D. R. Jones. For Commissioner, C. Coughlin. District court begins in November. The rain to-day promises to be a stayer. For Register of Strotbraan. Deeds, Frank Get the Demo cb at next week for election returns. Hallow'een is coming.. Boys, get down off the fence. A rousing democratic meeting was held at Claflin, Monday night. It will still be plain, John W. Rose the judge handle won't fit at all. PJenty of Gundlach Drills, and all repairs, at O wings Hardware Co. The publisher of this paper would like a load of good hay on subscription. For Commissioner, C. Coughlin. M. P. Parker is now running the "McDonald billiard hall, in Great Bend. "Trales" is a trailer from away back. He's a better runner tha...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 31 October 1889

THE BOWSERS. tlr. Bowser Has Trouble locating His Linen,-- , . , 'HEI sroi home 'from mother's the - otker afternoon Mr. Bowser was walking up and down the sitting room like - aged . lion, s As' he .was an hour ahead of his usual time, I was naturally astonished. and as he looked so stern and ' dignified I was fearful that some misfortune had occurred." ' : " "Any thing wrong, ilr. Bowser?" I managed to ask. He halted, folded his hands under his coat tails, and, balancing himself on his heels and toes alternately, he replied"! ' ' . "Mrs. Bowser, this is the last straw the very last!" (,'''' "Why, what hare I done t" v "I had an invitation to attend a banquet of the B. X. G. Club, and was down to deliver an address. I came home to get ready, and, lo! what do I and!" "Robbers in the house?" "Not much ! No robber with any sense In his head would come to - this - house !. It would take him a week to .find any thing! I go upstairs to get a clean shirt, collar, etc.,' but nothing of the ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 31 October 1889

, INDIAN LANDS. Ylia Investigation of the Ciierokea Qom tlon Lada to an Important Dtoeowrj m to the Powers of the President. Sac ahd Fox Aojbkct. L T., Oct 23. The visit of the Cherokee Commission to tha Iowa and Kickapoo agencies Is full of developments vital to the Cherokee, as not only the Strip, bat even the entire tract of the Cberokees may be involved through the present negotiations. The Iowas. KIckapoos, Shawn ees, Cheyennes and Arapaboes have no title to tbe lands they now occupy and tbe Government may throw open to settlement these lands, giving the Indians tbe alternative of tak ing their present reservations in severalty or being removed. Daring the recent -visit of the Commis sion to the Iowas, these Indians were made to understand this and they ex pressed preference for removal to giving up their tribal relations. Tbe Kickapoos and Cbeyennes are of tbe same mind. By article 15 of tbe treaty of 1886 with tbe Cberokees. these tribes can be re moved to the 7,000,000 acres...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 31 October 1889

DBY GOODS HACKER BROS'. A FEW THINGS THAT SIGHT Agood half wool dcessrgoodsat 10 cents.. ...... A nice Cloak trimmed with astrachan fur for girls from 4 to 1 6 years at 98 cents. Ladies ii proportion. Big lot of slightly soiled blankets at Very little more than half price. You never will sleep c'old again when you see how cheap they are. Nice Ladies fine shoes, 98 cents.. Men's and children's in proportion. ) HATS AND CAPS AWAY. WAY DOWN Oh! Yes, it pays to trade at HACKER BROS. REAL ESTATE a a CSEAfa no commission: LOAS UPOUT IMPROVED FAR1YIS- CALL ON OR ADDRESS: - - . . A- Ja groceries and The ONLY NORTH SIDE ... ... Ihm iflnndo J2r : - CARRIES A FULL LINE OF iry oods & c-bceiriies BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & . CAPS, Choice Family Groceries Utensils When you want to buy anything in the above lines of goods go to the placpe where you can actually And get nothing but First Class Goods. That place is ' - . 2Toxt:kL SId.e .Fair's ZBlcclr- T CM nl .t 33d We need money, must have ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 7 November 1889

BARTON DEMOCRAT::-' OFPtOIAL PAPER OF BARTON OOU3STTY. . i ; , : ' - . " ' " VOLUME VI. V , GEE AT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1889. NUMBER 32. V. EDITORIAL OOMMEKT. J. C. Bilby has sold that, excellent paper, the Hutchinson Democrat, to "W. C. J. Beard. Mr. Riley w ill remove to JElDorado and publish the Jeffersonian at that place. The English syndicates and the English- sparrows are running this country. Kill the sparrows by shooting them, and "shoot" the syndicates by killing them. Kansas Farmer. Democratic editor out typo cries for more copy. We, the prohibition side of the house, will say prohibition does prohibit so much that our repub lican friends seek a stairway or dark corner to liquidate, on election day. Now boys, quit calling each other bad names. You are all good fellows bcth victors and vanquished, and you can't make the people think otherwise. .Let us all pull together now for the general good of Barton county. , The prediction of various weather clerks, that...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 7 November 1889

THE DARTC3 COoHTY DECC33AT. W. B. ROS3, Salter ft AteniUUr. " GREAT BEND. - - KANSAS THE WOULD AT LABOR Summary of the Daily News, WASHINGTON NOTES. Private Skcbktaby Halfokd has returned to Washington with his health restored. A the as UK Y warrant for 5293 has been issued in favor of Honore Levrie, Com pany B, First Wisconsin cavalrynow residing' in Chicago, the amount due him as his nortion of the reward off prf A Tiv the Government for the capture of Jeff Davis. Acnso Secretary Batchelkr has decided that Chinese laundrymen are laborers within the meaning of the , Chinese Restrictive act and that there fore they are prohibited from landing they have been here before or not. The President has appointed John Field postmaster at Philadelphia, vice William F. Harrity, removed. Secretary Ciiaxdlek has reversed two decisions of ex-Commissioner Sparks a. nd on-anted nnarter flections to Marv Elder and George W. Blair in the Ker- win, Kan., land district. A farewell dinner was given at W...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 7 November 1889

THE DAOTOrj COUriTY DEL.OC11AT. - - tf. X. STOXB, Xdltor ft rroprlor. GREAT BEND. - - - -- KANSAS AMONG THE CLOVER. In summer time I lert behind The city's din and worry. And sought the bliss of country life All in a Jojrfol flurry. I strolled among tie nodding heads Of sweet plnlr blossomed clover, .And thought my cup of happiness Was full to running over. I drank the perfume of the buds Until intoxicated J spread myself out on a bank And there luxuriated. The soothing sweetness of the spot Overcame my raptured senses. And lulled me to a sleep profound. Devoid of all pretenses. A flash of light ! A starry flight ! A stinging, stunning sensation! A swift uprising to my feet, A yell of consternation ! I gazed about in deep dismay To learn the proroc itlon. And lo ! a nest of bumblebees Chock-full of indignation. I tarried not amid those fields So fraught with nature's beauty. But with extreme rapidity Returned to home and duty. Since then I've ceased to rave about The blooming fields...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 7 November 1889

i IICIORY. We're Not Angels -We're Democrats! "GERMAN AND AMERICAN FARMERS ARE HEARD FROM, . AND "DON'T YOU. FORGET IT! KRAUSE, JONES, STROTHMAN, WILSON, MARKEY, M'lLVAINE AND COUGHLIN! MUD SLINGING DONT WIN, BUT HONEST, EFFICIENT OFFI CERS AND A CLEAN CAPAIGN CUTS THE MUSTARD. JUDGE J. H. BAILEY, Glorious work was clone by the friends of the democratic candidates, and it counted, and it counted right. The old republican bosses have indeed petered out and the young men in poli tics have taken a stand for democracy that administers a scathing rebuke to the republican schemers and manipu lators. The fact that all the old county officers are re-elected and by good ma jorities indicates that the people of Barton county, at least the great ma jority of them, are not political fan atics, but men who vote for hen. The success of J. H. Bailey, indepen dent candidate for judge, will be her alded with joy through the entire dis trict. In Barton county he will un doubtedly have from 175 to 200...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 7 November 1889

FOR SALE AT CITY JEWELRY STORE NEAR POST OFFICE. ESTABLISHED 1872. A. , S. ALLEN, PHARMACIST. DRUGS, PAINTS, GLASS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, AND CORNER LOTS. LOCAL COMMENT. Hallelujah! There's glory in my soul!" ' , " - District court opened Wednesday afternoon. It's a hot day when the flies roost on D. R. Jones. Three cheers and a tiger for the boys at Pawnee Bock! B. Markey got there with both of his great big, honest feet. Peter Brack is down from Olmitz to-day to rejoice with the joyful. Thanksgiving on the 28th. We have not engaged our turkey yet. Plenty ot Gundlach Drills, and all repairs, at O wings Hardware Co. 'After the storm the sunshine, but thtf Rose will never bloom again. The J. V. Brinkman bank has been enlarged, and now is quite com modious. Frank Millard, P. M., here's to you. May you live loug and prosper on the farm. Dr. Dunn says ''things are different eenii-occasionally." Yes, most alway frequently. .Two republicans were seen on, the streets of Great, Bend. Wednesday...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 7 November 1889

CONNIE. rrr WAS m nerfeet night; ; Bolus . just rippling the. clear waters of - Chautau qua lake and the moon s mi line down from a cloudless sky upon the many cupid manned row-boats wmcn drilled or moved laiily about alone the shore. The sojourners at Chautauqua did not attend the evening concert at the amphi theater so generally ra-nieht as on last evening. They could not resist the pleasures of be ing out In Luna's domain, listening to the gentle murmur of the wares upon the beach. Gazing longingly out upon the silvery lake, Constance Leighton sat swinging to and fro in a hammock hung on the piazza ox a little cottage on Lake avenue. Connie as her intimate friends called her was as pretty a visitor as Chautauqua Had ever seen. , Her bright face and trim, neatly-dressed figure attracted a great deal of admiration for the little governess who was passing an instructive as well as a pleasant summer vacation at this cool resort , among the northern hills of New York State. "I wish I ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 7 November 1889

THE BENDERS. An Old Wmu and Her Dans-ate Take to Kutu From WchigM Chnra;el With. Being- Two of tho KotorlcM Bender Family.' Sedaua,Mo., Not. 1. Deputy Sheriff L. F. Dick, of Oswego, Labette County, Kan., arrived in the city yesterday afternoon from Niles, Mich., haying in charge Mrs. Almira Monroe and" her daughter, Mrs. Eliza Davis, of Lansing, alleged members of the famous Bender gang of murderers and outlaws. The party remained in the city upward of three hours ind departed for Oswego over the Missouri, Kansas & Texas at night. Mrs. Frances E. McCann, of Topeka, Kan., accompanied the party. Accord ing to her story her father was murdered in the home of the Benders, and she has never believed the story that old man man Bender, his wife and Kate, the daughter, had been killed in the Indian Territory by vigilantes, but for the past six or eight years she had been on the trail of the female members of the gang, and six months ago had run them down at Niles, Mich. She is positive ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 7 November 1889

DRY GOODS ND CLOTHING. HACKER BROS A FEW THINGS THAT SHOULD HOT BE LOST SIGHT OF! A good half wool dress goods at 10 cents. A nice Cloak trimmed with astrachan fur for girls from 4 to 1 6 years at 98 cents. Ladies in proportion. Big lot of slightly soiled blankets at very little more than half price. You never will sleep cold again when you see how cheap they are. Nice "Ladies fine shoes, 98 cents. Men's and children's in proportion? HATS AND CAPS AWAY WAY DOWN. Oh! Yes, it pays to trade at HACKER BROS. REAL ESTATE AND LOANS. p U lb 111 EM rill OBEY! Pfeir 'emit. .Straight NO COMMISSION. LOANS UFOUT IMPROVED FARMS. IffO DELAY! 4JALL ON OR ADDRESS: A. J. Suckland. Great Bend, Kansas. THE DEMOCRAT. OFJICIAi COUHTF JAPBR. il 91. SO PER TEAR, I2tf 'ADVANCE. i WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. GREAT BEND, - - KANSAS. LOCAL SHOBT STOPS. Picture frames at Halladay's. A masquerade ball is talked of, to lake place in the near future, in Great Bend. " Be sure to call and see the latest st...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 14 November 1889

COM www DEMOCRAT. OFFIOIAjj FAPHSR , OF RTOk ddnJNTY. . - VOLUME VI. , GREAT BEND, KSA TpURSlfAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1889. NUMBER 33. . ; ; ; ; ; . m HEAR ME CROW! FOR IOWA AND OHIO! FOIiAKER LOTS IN OHIO ARE TOO SMALL! CAMPBELL TOSSED 'EM OYER THE GARDEN WALL! THE TABIFF LEAVEN WOEKS JUST LIKE A CHA KM! PEOTEOTION (?) SKIPS IN SUDDEN, WILD ALARM! Ring out the Glad News all the Country O'er! And Grover Cleveland 'will Go In Once More! In Kansas Counties Barton's Not Alone, While "Old Virginny" Salivates Mahone! Democrats thronghout the land have great cause for rejoicing over the result of elections this fall. The wonderful democratic gains made in every locality. are good indications that the issue started in last fairs campaign, . the issue of taiiff reform, is beginning to be better understood by the voters of the United States; they are good indi cations that the people can no longer be bought by "fat" fried from the monopolists of the land; that they want a government for the people ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 14 November 1889

JCfAU cotnmnnlcations for this paper mus be accompanied by tbe name of the author not necessarily for publication, but as ai evidence of good faith on the part of th writer. Write only on one side of the papei Be particularly careful in givlnjr names an dates to have the letters and figures plai and distinct. A WOMAN'S POCKET. ' Just where It Is one never knows; Beneath the folds it neVer shows; Above, below, before, behind A puzzle to the hum in mind! ' ' . Man never knows his helplessness Until he tries la woman's dress ' . , To find the pocket. Twos sooner found In early days, ' Before they had Jhe polonaise ! Dressmakers now are sore perplexed To know Just where to hide it next. In these hard times of scanty purse "Tig hard to find the dress but worse To find the pocket. A fact by husbands too well known She finds his pocket, while her own ' Is so concealed about her dress It long since lost its usefulness. She bears her purse now in her hand, Beeanse she sever can command That ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 14 November 1889

-il WOMAN'S BEHALF, MERCY AT THE POLLS. It we would have all men ktnd and true. And doing to others as they should do, It Is not encugh to pray in lha night, "We must strike by day tor a charter rlzbX . To save poor human bodies and souls We EH8: carry our mercy to the polls. Women, wen, "Women can always pray." ' " And go about In a quiet way ; But we, who need brave votes at the polls, To save the human bodies and souls. Mast clear the path, for a woman's grace. In her mercy's way to the polling place. We bind her feet and she can not come ; We close her lips and our own are durao. Then spare as the folly that may be dona In setting npTjcreens to the rising sun; . For wisdom and mercy in minds and souls Must carry that mercy to the po:is. Chas. H. Fitch, in Dawn. COLLEGES FOR WOMEN. Eqealtty In Kdacutlonal Institutions Progress la Higher Education and Its Beneficial Results.' Since Frederick Maurice established Queen's College in London. England has advanced rapidly in furnishing ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 14 November 1889

-- ICIAL COPII'ZY PAPCB. (CCceiaOpenElock) . JAT D; .;. KANSAS. PUBLISHED WEEKLY ... TSSM OP SUBSCRIPTION CASH. fyr . $1.80 x mou. .......... ' . .75 -I dree months ....... .60 Eatsred as second class matter at the Great Bend ' iwi, potoUce. -7 All advertisements or communications, to ob tja an insertion In the Democrat, most be handed in DTweaaeaaay noon or each weaa, at tneTery Third term cranks will have to go. Irjalla, your doom is sealed. Oat, some of the fellows who were itching for office got scratched in great ttlpe, didn't they? ; ; Tariff reform in national politics end . resubmission in Kansas state . politics is bound to come. The sooner the better. ' r FlBB ALARM Fobabbb is in the soap drowned, as it were, in his own fat. Ohio, here's greeting, from demo cratic Barton county. How about that Eureka township threshing gang which' was voted by republicans at Hoisington? .Will our A demobcatic U. 8. senator, in place of Payne, of Ohio, is an assured fact. The situation in I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 14 November 1889

FOR SALE AT CITY JEWELRY STORE NEAR POST- OFFICE. EST A BLISHED 1872. A. S. ALLEN, PHARMACIST. DRUGS, PAINTS, GLASS BOOKS, STATIONERY, AND CORNER LOTS. LOCAL COMMENT. Italian vkies. are with us once more, There's no land like Kansas. Wheat in Barton has gone into the winter in good condition. Candles at Fosburg & Welch's full line all fresh finest in the city, The meat market of S. Henry Moss has been internally improved this week. . Gentlemen, now is the time to place your advertisements for holiday goods. ' " We give space tnis weeic to an ODen Letter" from Dr. Kluber, of Ellin wood.. The St. Louis store comes to the front again this week with a good sized advertisement. C F. Brining, our staunch demo cratic friend, was in the city from Albert, Wednesday. Go to J. A. Bland & Go's, for freeh meats, flour and feed Buckland's corner Forest avenue. Meeting of . Great Bend lodge, Modern Woodmen J Friday nieht of this week. Turn out, neighbors. Fosburg & Welch have an elegan...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 14 November 1889

:0F THE WEEK. i llzzjjad by Telegraph, and MaiL PERSOXAl AKD POLITICAL. I There was an exciting debate in the German Reichstag the other day. Heir Singer denounced the Govern ment on the Socialist bilL Singer de- istedin the . German empire and that tie bill was a monument of shame. ' It was stated at the State Depart ment that Secretary, Blaine had de cided that the charges against Consul "Lewis were not sustained, but there tras enough ground of complaint to prevent Lewis from returning to his t Sir Hector Lasoevix, the French Canadian statesman, comes out strong ly in fa vox of British Imperial federa tion. T - ' - The Montana State Canvassing Board finished the' eanvass on the 4th. The entire Republican State ticket was said to be elected except Toole for Governor. The returns from Silver Bow were given to the Republicans. Kate Drexel. daughter of the Philadelphia banker, has taken the rhite vaiL Tns Prince of Wales received a great ovation m his recent visit to Alexan dria, Egy...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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