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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 12 August 1899

. .uu... u. +.. '. "ku..oaj .m u.. u ram'esumem -- - - - - - - - - - - - - --- - - - - -P L. C ··.- ··· ' "- · : ··~l · i ··~ WE DO ALL KINDS OF FOR ONE DOLLAR YOU JOB PRINTNNG. SEE OUR ACE SAMPLES AND GPET OUR TETTE ONE YEAR. TRY RORTHE LAFAYETTE. GAZETTE. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISI! AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME VII. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATYTRDAY, AUGUST 12, 1899. NUMBER 24. I am still handling the best shoes in town. I have just received a large stock of shoei, which I am selliag at prices to suit the hard times. If you want a good fit and a durable, stylish shoe call on me....................... L. LEVY. We must make room for gur FALL. STOCK andl in order to do so we are selling our SUMMER STOCK -- .at greatly REDUCED PRICES THE LEADER STORE, PLONSKY BROu., Props., BARGAINS ! BARGAINS ! BARGAINS! We have decided to continue our SLAUCHTER SALE a few days longer. We pre selling EVERYTHING at cost. It will pay you to examine the summer goods we have left. See our line of lad...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 12 August 1899

Se. lita as a " a nv, AvoGUT , s, 3899. 72'a SCHOOL TAX. On'Saturday, Aug. a6, the tax Spayeros of this town will have an S'upowtelty to say whether or not they wisb to see the In~sustriel School located in Lafayette.. The Gazette will not insult the iatelligence of the citizens of this town by pretending to advise them in this matter. We are confident that all have seriously considered the proposition and that the result of the election will disclose a per fect unanimity of opinion. Let as hope that there will not be a dis seating vote. There should not be and we do not believe that there will be any. Let the vote be a de claration to the world that Lafa - yette stands united when her own advancement is concerned and that the voice of discord and retrogres sion finds no responsive chord within her limits. Lafayette has made long steps forward in the past few years and it can not now afford to go backwar.i. The tax is sure of being carried, but it must not only be carried the vote s...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 12 August 1899

Cotton Mills North and South. Courier- Journal. Three years ago Mr. T. Jefferson Coolidge, head of the great Amos keag Milil ,of New Hampshire, was as pessimistic as a Kansas calamity howler. The day of the New England cotton mill had passed for good, he said. The competition of the South and Northern legislation to shorten hours and raise wages had made it impossible for the manufacturer to keep on his feet. But the other day the Amoskeag Mills declared a semi-annual di vidend of 5 per cent. Last year they paid two semi-annual dividends of 4 per cent each. Ten per cent dividends in a staple manufacturing business seem a very good thing to the ordinary investor, especially to the man who has "salted down" his money in 3 per cent. bonds. The truth of the matter is that while Southern mills undoubtedly have a great advantage over their Northern competitors, yet as long as it is profitable to manufacture cotton in England and on the Con tinent, the New England mills need not dtsl,air. ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 12 August 1899

I -e -. soe slow " S-Iea.e the wr ls the peevatlbg iM the Sonth I wsep05 the apathy or Southern rouths in e eseag the army. is So doaut some opposition to the in the Pb ipplaes is the South. as there - ' i eher pelts of the country; but that is not the oplanatka of the lack of recruits ier the new regiments. The opposition to the t is neither so gpat nor sowidespread as to have any erect upon enlistments what ever. The reel trouble is that Southerners ae disgusted at the lack of recognition shown the Southern troops during the war with Spain, at the studied e of the ad ministration to keep Soulherners in the background, and at the faei that-so few Southern regiments succeeded in seeing any service at all. These experiences have thosoughly disgusted Southerners with army management, and nothing short of a threatened attack by some foreign power could induce them to feel any enthusiasm for army life. There is another and special reason why enlistments are slow in the South for the...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 19 August 1899

WE DO ALL, KIj)t OFTECLASNGP 1 'R. ___ THE AFAYETTE GAZETTE. ______-.. . u . .. ... .. ..... T .... ..... . G .. . .. . .. ... .. . .. .. . OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THIE PARISH AND TOWS OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME VII. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1899. NUMBER 25. I am still handling the kbess shoes in town. I have just received a large stock of shtoe, which I am selling at prices to suit the hard times. If you want a good fit and a durable, stylish shoe call on me .............. ......... L. LEVY. We must make room for our FALL STOCK and in order to do so we are selling our SUMMER STOCK -- .at greatly REI)UCED 'PRICES THE LEADER STORE, PLOSKY BROS., Props., Your Time is Limited ! Only a few more days before your opportunity will be gone forever. You still have a chance to buy goods at our extremely low prices, if you come within the next few days. See our shoes and neckwear for both ladies and gentlemen. Black clay worsted suits, sack or frock, $4.15 to $7.15. Examine our counter...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 19 August 1899

- etwea ofi w Se e Tewn oal tlbmesd a the t.a·yyete 1.. Post-O4c.e as Second aee Maseer. SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1899. IRE CRY AGAINST FOSTER. The Lafayette Gazette has never at any time been a zealous and blind follower of Gov. roster. It 1a not now and has never been an admirer of that gentleman and it does not endorse all his political acts. He has done much that is commendable and some things which are reprehensible. If we wrote that Gov. Foster has been an ideal executive and we believed him a patriot and a statesman we would be writing ourself a hypocrite and we would do violence to our con science. Therefore when we say that his administration of the affairs of this State has been clean and honest, we say what we believe to be the truth. The indecent and vulgar attacks upon his administra tion by a hostile press and a spu rious gang of howling reformers is sickening to us and should be so to every fair-minded man. Among his most severe critics we find men who were the unblushin...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 19 August 1899

Polls Jeary Proceedingus. Lafayette. La.. Aug. 3. 1899. -T'he Police " Jdry met this day in regular session with tht Sflldlwing members present: K. C. .andry, C.. . Hrown, Ben Avant, Jno. E. . Primeeaux, sJno. Whitthlinglon. Jr.. M. 14illeaul. Jr.. Al frel Hleert and.Alhcn I.acey. The mlinutes of the previous ileetintg were read asid approved. Mr. C'hns. I)avidson appearedl for tilt Culmbehrland Telephone Company and asked that ihe tax of SI ler mile levied on all lines ,of said colmpsany he rescinded. By otitionl dulyi made the reslutionl granlting right of way agd fixing said tax adapted June t. 1899, reconscdered and anended to, elimi hate the provision for said tax. the Jury re serving the privilege of making any future -regulatians to conserve the public interest. On mnotin c,f Mr. Billeand the prlopositions of Mr. W. F. Owens. superintecndcett ,"f thet Socuthern Pacitic railr, adIl, tIo construct a crossing at Itrouns.saril feor $ toe wassuceepted, provided said crossing lie c...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 19 August 1899

t, sagg at s a. . ., Mrs. Besrsd, born Catherise Friends and acquaint "ames of the family are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral which will take place at the Catholic church to-day after the arrival of the east- bound train. In Lafayette parish, Saturday, Aug. z2, 1899, at 3:30 p. m., Mrs. Albert Couret, born Blanche Ber nard, aged 40 years. Mrs. Couret was buried Sunday afternoon in the Catholic cemetery in this town. At her home in this parish last Saturday Mrs. Jules Broussard, aged about So years. Deceased was the mother of Prof. Robert Brous sard of the 7th ward. Story of a Slave. To be bound hand and foot for years by the chains of disease is the worst form of slavery. George D. Williams, of Manchester, Mich. tells how such a slave was made free. He says: "My wife has been so helpless for five years that she could not turn over in bed alone. After using two bottles of Electric Bitters, she is wonderfully improved and able to do her own work." This supreme remedy for fe...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 26 August 1899

THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME V. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1899. NUMBER 26. I am still handling the best shoes in town. I have just received a large stock of sth,e-, which I am selling at prices to suit the hard times. If you want a good fit and a durable, stylish shoe call on me ..................... L. .LLK0..v We must make room for' our FALL S1TpOCK :t. 1 ior ' r i o :o we W . l iug our SUMMER STOCK '-:at greatly HI 1)UICED)_ PRSICES -. -_,. i. ... ...... . -_ º , Y ur Iime Limited )! an f'ow more (days before your opportunity will be go~oie forever. You still have a (chance to buy goois :it our extreellioly low prices, if you come within the ne.xt few lav. S,~ our JlOes and neekwear for both ladies and gentlceieon. Black clay worsted suits, sack or froek, $4..15 to $7.15. Examine our counter of worsted dr(ess go0ods, and look at ladies' trinlned( hIats-sumioner and winter styles. (',l toll flannel, 4 1 -2 cen...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 26 August 1899

oil Y OMkIt MOUTON. rd SVumVe 64 the T6Wr ina nd SPa**h ea kfepe.t te, . t iha ayot ha. La. Pet ___-i t"a M . .. . I: XDA .Y . SttA t S .Uvousr 6, 1899. i .)an, the biggest man in the f . Democratic party, is against expan- I sion. Tom Reed, the biggest man n in the Republican party, is against s expansion. This is significant. 1 One-horse editors who try to ridicule Bryan remind one of the I little bugs which persist in attack- a ing the electric light globes. 'they v display about as much judgment. c Tom Reed is said to be the brain icst man in the Republican party and he is against expansion. He icturned from Europe last week ;~il was interviewed by a New \'ork Si blune re porter. He expressed .lt.nselt as unalterably opposed to t:ic imperialistic policy of tae pres -nt administration. Another instance of the high moral tone of the North is the trathce iii young girls reported in Public ()pinion. It is alleged that ati Last 1oo girls from Allentown, Pa., have been shipped to ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 26 August 1899

'Thct '*"luia W he Io.xu't Ad- A filo ve rtim. " m" c Editor Brown, of the White Lake (S. L) ) 'Wave has immortmalized tilt •*man who dosen't advertise" il lines' tf poesy. T'h South 1) akota journ alist sings thus: t i.e muttl wio nlev,.r .tk'. for tra.le By local line ,r "ad.'" displayed. ('ares umit)e fir frest tmhanI wmordly gain, m I )ttur|h his .molitudce plmofothlld. I Here let hisum itve Il calmm rt' K), | L'mnsmnaght e.ccp't Iby tlmIen he ii,.t'. cAnd wihelll he tlews. ol pl.1to him deep| t That nautght +t..,y br'.k hi, mtreamle.'s. Where no, rude .'i..n,,r mac} lhI'.l I The- ,lmt thii h ,t ' } d " ucwll. i lury And that thei ,m ,id m, ., I ii I . vetne, l;ltce on ht. grnave .1 . r .tlit of Iml ,... Berl.e A ,i m nL timl," .t. .. . thmoc, * " , .re lies' t.yct ~~~~!A thumIb h w in II rti t Ilolitude. ft I Ith, -l , I , .! * .rl l i.:.. t ; ,,ry(w iot; Irll'.,I i liM .t ha- ,ll.', ,: ,m' ,. t, .,I . ,,, ,mi mtm'll tit, h -i,",,t h- ', ,,i,.1 o, . ,ov Ii. l "". 1."I + h ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 26 August 1899

.asp Clark, congressmas ilnouri, made a speechb in too to the passage of the bill. He said in part: : T0 great objection to this bill," he Sm " is that it is detrimental to naewpapers and dismiiahes the diffusion of information. itaving oce been a country editor myself, intertalea most kindly feeling for my old eoa ctrr., 1. am willing to make affidavit that the eleven months 1 spent editing a rural journal were the most beneficial to anyself and jerhape to others. I am proud to have belonged to the editorial guild. I am unalterably opposed to anything that wilt injure the country editor, curtail his profits, cucumscribe his usefulness, or place an additional thorn in his pathway. The rural editor-God bless him-is the most persistent of teachers. Like charity as des cribed by St. Paul in the thirteenth chapter of the First Corinthians, he *suffereth long and is kind; he envieth not, vaunteth not himself, is not puffed up; doth got behave himself unseemly; seeketh not his own: is not...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 2 September 1899

f ( TEL'Fr 1q,1-OHNE WVIJA.ORE. \ [MI  lO\   "'Nr) ~ THN PY FOR FINELF, OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VENOLENUME VII. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, SEPT. 2, 1899. X l.t l TEI.EI'|tONE &TIEIE .I'( R i'*:5 : 6:: :a u u C_()M PAN' .. . . . . . .. •VT 'i :'IIN :t )M '\ V . OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME VII. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, SEPT. 2, 1899. NUMIBER 26. Mr. Kahn, our manager, has returned from the ) East where he has bought an immense stock of goods for the fall trade. The time has come when it is absolute folly to go elsewhere to buy your clothes, your hats and your shoes. The Lafayette Clothing House maks a specialty of men's furnishings. We know what to buy and we buy with the view of pleasing the men folk. If you want the best that can be had, call on us. We have the shoes to suit everybody. -IT MEN'S SHOES: Leander, $3; Tulane, $3.50; Au dubon, $4; Nettleton, $5 & $5.50. A large assortment of Ladie...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 2 September 1899

t1. 'F-S asd S&1hi&T, SZPT. a, 189S. Some pep seem to have been Sbeeo with the faculty of crowding amese rt into a small space than all hell can hold. With Charles Janvier fighting in the ranks of the regulars it would seem that the Jacksonians have not all the reformers with them. It is not often that The Gazette has a good word to say of the Item bu.t its course in the Pullen-Butler case is to be commended. If the French court martial can not convict Dreyfus of treason it will convict him for having been born a Jew. It is said that the regular Demo crats will nominas*-Walter Flower los mayor of New Orleans. Mr. I Flower is conceded to have been _- an excellent oficial - one of the a best New Orleans has ever had. The editorials m the Picayune and Times-Democrat on the accu - sation of Miss Butler are creditable ] to those excellent Southern jour nals. This is another evidence that the press can be depended upon to defend the weak. They have a funny way of inter rogating wi...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 2 September 1899

A Plea For a Song. Avaantl Ye tiresome bards who sing Of the budding flowers and breath of spring, Of the hackneyed, threadbare themes of love, Your lady's wavy locks of gold, Or dainty fan, or shapely glove Avaunt! The tale is trite and old. Be ye men, and waste your fancies rare On the tangled tufts of a woman's hair? Be ye sons of Eve, and spend your brain Singing the light of a woman's eyes? Ere the wind has snatched the loving strain, Ere the song is hushed, the lovelight dies. Siltg me a song of work and strife, Of the man who shouldered his way thro' life, leaving the primrose path to fools; Whogained the skies from the vulgar sod With naught save nature's sturdy tools. Ah, there's a man for the smile of (;God! -MasWits B. Kirby ins .Srnpmber C,'smro A Cotton Mill Trust. New Orleans Picayune. The Boston Traveler is troubled at the talk that the Fall River, and presumably other New England cot ton mills are to be brought into a gigantic trust. The Traveler hears that there are...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 2 September 1899

The 'Gasetto Markham's am With the The folow.ag poem was P . Bi. Wheeler WiI S t againt the sentl by Prof. Markham a lA f ial os poem: SLOva IS ALL. s Idaber heldly walk abroad And talc kings, I>sA he U1 as'eaktagrGod, The mker of all things? " The time has ca ye. aes now it is,  T rank that parable In Genesis-. Of God'a g cr.e of labor placed on man, -WLh other faty tales. Why, He began .Al wrk Himself! He was so fall of force Be lang the solar systems on their course And bmilded worlds an worlds; and, not Oneatst, -e labors still: when mighty saum are spent, l aforges on His white-hot anvil -space New stars to tell His glory and His grace. Who most achieleels most like God, I hold; Sidler s tl black qeelp is the fold. "`` lt p for the hardened toiler with the hoe M- y tears of sorrow and compassion flow, Thog he be dull, unlettered and not fair To look upaon; tho' he is bowed with care, ist in his heart if dear love fold its wings, He stands a monarch over usloved kings. On...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 16 September 1899

A TELEPHONE WI THAN PAY FOR ITSELF, SAVE TIME MONEY AND COMN HE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. TG APN. COM N A T 1.................P AN O-LON E CUMEAND OFFICIAL .TOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME 'iII. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, SEPT. 16, 1899. NUMBER 29. Mr. Kahn, our manager, has returned from the East where he has bought an immense stock of goods for the fall trade. The time has come when it is absolute folly to go elsewhere to buy your clothes, your hats and yourihoes. The Lafayette Clothing House maks a specialty of men's furnishings. We know what to buy and we buy with the view of pleasing the men folk. If you want the best that can be had, call on us. We have the shoes to suit everybody. MEN'S SHOES: Leander, $3; Tulane, $3.50; Au dubon, $4; Nettleton, $5 & $5.50. A large assortment of Ladies' and Children's shoes. All styles, and grades. If you need a good shoe call on us. We'll suit you. THE LEADER STORE, PWNSu Y BROS., Props., I yC34y'c. L . Pepsin LI' fLChi...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 16 September 1899

ete -wn end b 4 .. gpo aelha ta.ke s La. Pom*Oece as second SATUrDA, SUPT. z6, 1899. IE IJ/DDUST7RIAL SCHOOL. ,.'ut a short time remains for you decide whether you are for prtcd eess and education, or not. It is only a few days until the tax for the Lpsatrial School is to be subpaitted to you. The town of Lafayette has placeg itself on record as almost overwheelum gly in favor of the schoo. Tb tax was almost unan onsly Now it is for you. tCr bi s. -.g as. tt e-yars ro1 : mr .. inr } o,: to say w:j,.thiti v'} tbr that . slprCad its go:w eCces thr.ou pout tl ~ t+. ",h aeliesit late r ch'idren to higtic. . .iutent-. We caonot say -h.ut Id in the parish will sec: " :- most benefit frro chc -;c ,oo!. * tI hel necxeie- t'ed that a:' -s h 5s and it-may ai that l :. .atished son, si l because he ,helped to make the Industrial School a lasting monut t of the progressive citizens of one of the finest parishes in the State of Louisiana. We are not to think orthe Indus trial School as a tempora...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 16 September 1899

Poliee Jury Proceedinrgs. Lafayette, La., Sept. 7, 1899. -The Po lice Jury met this day in regular session with the following members present: K. C. Landry, Ben Avant, C. C. Brown, Alfred Hebert, Jno Whittington, J. E. I'rimeaux and Alonso Lacy. Absent: M. Hilleaud, Jr. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. A communication from the Soldiers Hospe. U. C. V. of New Orleans, asking aid, *as presented by Mr. 1). A. Cochrane. IBy re quest Judge Debaillon spoke of the IHome, giving the institution his ungeulisied etdlorse meat. By motion the sum of $tio was ap propriated and ordered paid to the proper authorities in aid of the Home. Mr. Hebert was authorized to repair the bridge over Coulee Platte. Mr. Jno Landry of the 4th ward here ap peared and asked for an appropriati-n to build a public school house on land to tie J donated by himself. By motion the sum of $0oo was appropriated for said purpose and i Mr. Landry appointed to supervise the con struction of said bu...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 16 September 1899

l he. em that 6 ae is good dbrise have bee. popW was reposted amiast Wam. -Ira as eharged with hasing had alphiy ad Assea Beros. forged to an . r goT~ !is[ t the firm of B. Flashpoller CaGrd Jury has done good work. o 410e large uane ber of frivoloes "' asd it remiamedi n session nearly a whole S'sak, but as it was composed at level-headed .rifles were thrown out with little laterna.onal stock food will in crease the quantity and quality of your cows' mdo. Sold and guaran seed at Mosrs Piarimacy. 'Town cBsools. , prsuant to the action -of the S' hool Board the public schools of this parish will be opened on Mon dar, Sept. iS. The appointment at teacbhers has been made for the diterent wards, except the eighth, pitere only one appointment was made owing to the absence of the di tor, At the request of Prof. LeRosen, principal of the town schools, we publish the following course of study: FIRST tIRADE. so--Reading. McGuffey's Primer, First Reader, Supplementary Reader. 5-Nambers to Ao,...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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