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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 18 January 1913

THE MADISON JOURNAL. INTREE BROS., Publishers. TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY JANUARY 18, 1913. SOF LOUISIANA Y OF EXAMINERS IN COR TING TEACHER'S PAPERS CONFUSING. T COMPLY WITH LAW t Holding Provisional Certifi and Failed to Pass Must Be Discharged. SNewspaper Union News Service. SRouge.-Confusion is likely in the school system of the as a result of the method of the recent examination, and slay incident to examining the of the teachers. State Super t Harris has sent out the fol letter: state examining committee is reporting the results of the Au 1912, examination of teachers to ous parish superintendents. report probably shows that some teachers who took the exami and have been employed in your or teachers who were exam Is other parishes but have been in your parish on provisional tes, failed to pass the exam If you have teachers who basn teaching on provisional cer and who failed to pass the examination, in order to be with the laws of the state it necessary for y...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 18 January 1913

THIS SENATOR AVERSE TO ARBITRATION In stating his position regarding the Panama Canal situation, Senator James O'Gorman, of New York, said: "The canal Is an American canal. constructed by American engineers through the liberal appropriation of funds by the American congress, and, above all, it is constructed upon American territory, and I am amazed that anybody should have the hardi hood to contend that it should not be administered by American law. "We should not lose sight of the fact that even if we were willing to submit this domestic question to an arbitral court it would be impossible to find anywhere an impartial tri "Nominally, the case as it stands Is one between the United States and Great Britain; as a matter of fact, the controversy raised by Great Brit ain would be one between the ship ping interests of the United States and the shipping of the entire world. "lvery nation In the world, oertainly every maritime nation, would be as much interested as Great Britain herself...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 18 January 1913

ZIARCflN Au thow ce CyjWhittakce'e Place Capin li, Etc. Zuswort ioa by Ellsworth You SYNOPSIS. t Kesiah Coffin. supposed widow, is ns to move from Trumet to Boe oilowing the death of her brother. r whom she had kept house. Kyan widower, offers marriage, and is tly refused. Capt. Elkanah Dan leader of the Regular church offers a place as housekeeper for the I minister, and she decides to remain I frumet. Keslah takes charge of Rev. Ellery. the new minister, and gives advice as to his conduct toward e bers of the parish. Ellery causes a ion by attending a "Come-outer" . Ellery's presence is bitterly re- a by Eben Hammond. leader of the tag. Grace apologises for her and Ellery escorts her home in a amin. Capt. Nat Hammond. Eben's becomes a hero by bringing the into port safely through fog and a Ellery finds Keziah writing a let ts some one, inclosing money In re to a demand. She curiouslyt when informed of the arrival of f Nat calls on Kestah, and it devel that they have been lovers si...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 18 January 1913

ast al V .Pdison Parish i J.our'rr ' " l,.<  ard. O. Of icial.T oa3r" "` T ,ve' Poard. ' Official Journal town of T1l'ulah 5PUBLISHED EVFRY ,ATTURDAY. T.R.MI OW RTIICRIPTION: . 1.50 PER ANNUM. (3r;nvoR Spr'w'n. Editor. Entered .Tan. 10, 190, At TAlli rlah, T,a.. q as Rond-elnsq mail mntter, under Amt of Congress of March I. 1R79. The JOURNAL is not rmsponsible for . views and opinions of correspondpt: .Appeering in its columns. TAL~mL.AR LA., JANUlARY 18 1913. Have You Noticed? Had you noticed the signs of Sinprovement around Tallulah? Look around you and you will find a number of things, small in themselves, but altogther go to make up a neat net improve ment. Our progressive and pub lic spirited Mr. Snyder continues to add attractive features to his handsome square of buildings; our equally public spirited Mr. Spencer continues to build houses for all who need them and can not build them for themselves. . Mr. Johnson has just completed a large and well equipped ma ..' chine...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 18 January 1913

Social and Personal. Mrs. L. B. Lucas was a visitoi to town Wednesday. Mr. Bunck Johnson of Transyl. vania was in town Thursday. Capt. J. B. Stone made a husi. ness trip to Providence this week, Mr. W. R. (;ilfoil of Omega, was a visitor to our town Thur . day.Iu Mr.'E. J. Davis, manager of the Roosevelt store was a business visitor in town Thursday. Mr. Abel Evans, the "boss" of the Enoka store was in town this week. Miss Barbara Smitha went to Vicksburg Tuesday to see "The Woman," presented by David Belasco. Mr. S. K. Jones, rail road and levee contractor, of East Carroll made a business trip to Tallulah Thursday. Miss Mary B. Yerger enter tained a few friends last Friday night complimentary to Miss Inez Gordon. Hon. A.J. Sevier made a flying bnsiness trip to New Orleans this week. Messrs J.1. B. Snydler and D. M. Evans attended the meeting of the Rail Road Conmmission at Baton Rouge this week. Messrs J. S. Agee and W. B. Smitha'returned from East Car roll and southern Arkansas. T...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 18 January 1913

.• ., 4I ORE than 5,000 years ago there were gathered at the command of Moses, on the plains of Assemblage in the valley of Mount Stnai, all of the children of Israel to listen to the reading of the laws that were re vealed to Moses during the "forty days and forty nights" Lp spent in the midst of a cloud communing with the lGod of the "chosen people." Since that momentous and epoch making event nations have risen to Smighty power, only to go down to 85Js sand oblivion. Unpeopled plains have been Ited Into hives of Industry, and hives of in db lhave reverted back to unpeopled plains. w leads basve. been discovered and peopled and seeo have been navigated and charted. Every s progress has changed the physiceal condition St St peeoltI, Everywhere progress has changed the histuries and geographical Importance of na 'eras sad eountries Here, alone, in the Mount Il Valley, where the nation that gave us the SghIg dret sprang into prominence, progress has tam saUll. rreinaded by the peaks ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 18 January 1913

UI'S B16 DEAL s Fortune and a Bride Through Well Timed Specula tion in Grain. By GEORGE ELMER COBB. "Get out and stay out!" yelled old Peter Griscom, irate and aggressive. "And never come back again!" he yelled additionally after his manager that had been, but was never to be ain. Paul Burton took it all quietly and without resentment. It was a rude dismissal, but he was used to the old *Ulow's turious ways. "I am sorry, Mr. Griscom," he said -imply. "Certainly. however, I have got exceeded my instructions." "Exceeded!" shouted Griscom. , you've acted like an idiot. Here I have you, on the first vacation of my for two weeks. I come back to d that during my absence, for the time in six years, wheat Jumps to 80. You knew that I had forty d bushels in the elevator, t at 63. Think of It! Sixty t hundred dollars profit! And you by like a stoughton bottle, and let golden chance of a lifetime go by. wheat has dropped to 65, and I go lower. Oh. I'd like to fight *' ToU left no orders to sel...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 18 January 1913

ENT OWNISMHIP OF RJAILROADS MAY RE TRIED IN THE TERRITORY. COMMISSION TO REPORT SOON as Rs.ommond Purchase of the ,.. Als Northen, bt Coseera neast. seirt This Would so Poor - ed With Whioh to sare. By GEORGE CLINTON. ws" l naton.-is Uncle Sm to con a er the comatrueticmn ownership and eratimon oflaftr'ads in the territory K Ashaut The question probably will _. amwerea a few days, and it the nswer is yes and government owner ' p and oeration shall prove a sau s,` theoro aý,ogrmesmena n Wash . m l to say that the step ast taken n the territpry may lead -lter to a record step to be taken in the states. This simply goes to show that the question of government own erlp of the transportation faclllties i: ri a occupying the attontion of the law makers of the lad. Last August renide t Taft ap pulMted what is known as the Ala him railroad commission. Its duties have been to study the question of  llmads' In Alaska with a possible viaw to the recommendation of gov  mnent ownership, a...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 25 January 1913

THE MADISO JOURNAL. sK BROS., bndmi TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUIR ., SATURD.AY JANUARY 25. 1913. LTURAL XPSR? LC- ' AT CGWP3IRSNCL. ayES oO~MPo#S t L-- I emi --M s PM ' wfl.Laf3~. ý.-. 1 3 .. ý. T " fr.-oa r p. U -ma Ibowmer r. ... as !te pr m 3W - -- -l ~L I~ .fie' al" sr wrr fb twmm iwt a * ~ UsiSbs to -b at w so e" a 7 4-; , XI. ~C ~sc~~~ 4 ~: At · I DOCTOR DOWuLNG LECTURtES I Promldeat of Stile Sewd Says Qae oaths ie noat Prmlmels. Wmtinam x N.wug Umlem exws Ile.faa hatoa Rusg. - Dr. ores Dewrisg. presldeat a the staye bed of heath, lectured to the turers' uinOI-r aiss eofsfreaoe let west as the eb je of sisetths as emeustw to health. Be tld at th emmhugibr esit sdorn am d lat that qumnuhue sop latlhss wowu st os ls th ,rmsmst of the spread o the da ee -a ' - mrruu we meat at. jegiw The wear a lerrw is the so sad mile tht aft a poros nor b. s ournirat the am witheat c beinmh orh wi 1t. That the ea lrho MW sough r .ern w asst the apso r~ " be tphos lUwed Is do" how I - woessy s...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 25 January 1913

SENATOR BAILEY ENDS NOTABLE CAREER The retirepent of Joseph W. Bai ley of Texas from the United States senate marks the close of one of the II most remarkable political careers in the history of congress. For more than twenty-three years Senator Hal ley has served his party in the halls ef the lower and upper houses. Espousing the cause of Democracy he entered congress as a representa tive from the Fifth Texas district. while only twenty-seven years old. In the senate he took the lead in almost every debate, was always an effective speaker and was one of the most praised and maligned Democrats In that body. Senator Bailey served in the fifty. second, fifty-third, fiftty-fourth and fifty-sixth congresses. He aligned himself with the Bryan free tliver policy early In his congressional ca reer. Despite the fact that he had risen in the ranks of the lower house to a strong position of leadership he was severely criticised by the Populists of Texas and after the national con vention of 1...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 25 January 1913

-ua. HE differentiation between these popular misconceptio" that the two :;T.;)" b Art nae a 'y a ms m w ahrhee sonmeofour, a est-ke runs: "'Some great lords are looking on at a spae. to w n ep o s m e n o f to d es t ta le in th e a re n a . A fu o u s lio n w ith r v e n in g tHE fereyntiatio rdept thes 1ent. with he probblgao o or th arena cannot be ascertained; but it is quite possi- ! -"nan the with h e byoChareo n e ble. considering their great popularity during the t transported reat distances. k---- Heristallun. According o the originaly The likeness is not a bad , '-_ by the monk Eginhard of St. Gall, the onew and in the above col -- were of such terrornstiln appearancel o eal meen from the east that they could not thee oint therrre" re HE dferentw iaoa bebeen toes oe iture bear the sight of them, and p led from the ananrochs, and a fith depeit aside The latter, u ttaiked by the b ero.I ong the lassoting of the bu abtasse monstor missed the vital spot, balus on the island ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 25 January 1913

SA&DUISON JOURNAL. O8' lal Journal of Madison Parish OMIoial Journal of School Board. Offcial Journal of Levee Board. Official Journal town of T"allulah PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. TRM "' PT RtnSCRIPTTON: $t.50 PER ANNUM. .(^REORE SPrNCER. Editor. lnt.rl Jan. 1n. 19fo. nt Taln. lah, TA.. s4 ,nvncl-.lnsq mail matter, tinde r it of Congress of March 3, 1819. The JOURNAL is not rasponaible for thl vtw sandopinions of correspondent* appssrli in its colmnns TALMuLA LA., JAXUARY 25 1918. Sýpeit Your Home News A good looal newspaper is one Of the sure signs of a proaresseive community and it is to every farmer's interest to do what he can to make his parish paper a g- ood paper. It tells him things - which he should know and whioh a ,. other paper can tell him. Y` Often it will be the best adver* tiang medium he can use, and if the editor realizes that the farmers in his territory are try lag to help him make a good paper, he is more than willing on bie Part to do all he can to advanc...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 25 January 1913

Social and Persona!. Don't wait t-., long-,t g)d fi.'1 fr.ee wit ever: w. exall1or Nyal p,:r'has, at t, , ýi .lr St'ire'. Mr. R. C. L".e"., of . ,e. was a city i -:L thisi k. We are glal t') weleote Mr. an I Mr... M'l ouugall to our par ish. They will make their laOt,i~. at Waverly. Mrs. McDouiall il now in towvn at the home of Mr. an d Mrs. A. J. Sevier. Mr. S. B. Bettis of Hluon was a city visit,r this week. Pretty Vienna art plates now on display at corner drug store. They go free with a $2.54) pur ehase We zegret to learn that Mr. Porter, of the oil mill, fell and s'verely hurt himself. Mis4 Barbara Smitha, who has been the guest or Miss Edith Peatrois of Vickslurg for the past week, returned home Wed aesday. Hon. G. H. Clinton from Tensns, Hon. J. B. Snyder and Mr. I). M. Evans from Madison, and several prominent citizens from East Car ioll, went down to Baton Rouge last Sunday to apoear before the Rail Road (Commisaion to protest against I the dliscotinuance of the through d i...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 25 January 1913

Clfffbittrlc1 Place Ce3in Zzi, Etc. ý2uAC4NtiU m. Ellsworth Yobu4 copwi-ot~m" by ni ee"" t'caP r I gone SYNOPSIS. obser Had ] Mrs. Kesiah Coffin. sup nsed widow. is Sund: arranging to move from Trumet t,, ftOn ton. following the death of her brotnh' real i for whom rhe had kept hnouse. K Wa' lns t Pepper. widower, offers marriage. and Is Indignantly refuse-d. ('apt. Elkanah Itan lets, leader of the Regular chulrch offe.rs Kediah a place as housekeeper for the new minister. and she decidei to) remain in Trumet. Keziah takes charge of Rev. In W John Ellery. the new ministetr, and gives him advice as to his ondtuct toward K: membrs of the parish. Ellerv causes her p sensation by attending a *Come- iter" - 1it meetlng. Ellery's pretsence Is bitterl re- r. sented by Elien Hammond. le:ader of the long meetlng. Grare aploiulzs for her n guardian and Ellery esc.,rts her home in tbe rain. Capt. Nat Hammond. Eben's John son, becomes a hero by bringing the beha packet into port safely throu...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 25 January 1913

THOSE RHEUMATIC TWINGES Much of the rhe- P ratic pain that comes in damp. changing weather is the work of uric acid crystals. Needles couldn't cut. tear or hurtany worse when the af fected muscle joint is used. If such attacksare hanrked with head ache.Jackache., diz siness and disturb ance of the urine, bw its time to help the weakened kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills quickly help sick kidnevs. An Ose.osa Case John a. M t.iew.c . I.7 Iast First St., The D ,1s. t r,- . er : " ly bna.k aehed so I could Mrdly ni or, i rl, ghthen. The kidney me .ctl,nl bt'':me profuse, .bllgtlg me n t, aris fn Iityu:." a night and the psata,. wl re t r aeln ond fuL Mykt,,y bpieeale odplse,,rd."drtbatl oballet I w:l';dlne. f,,r i san's Kutn.'l'lllshw eer.e,.nt rlhlt to tebn atr.tbf orlu..t.rub.und fur ever thre't y.anr m cure has re n permanent.'. Ge, Doee'e at Aa Sear, oge a ae DOAN'S `PtILLS IP0SER-MILBURN CO., BWfal.Nw YeAk UNDER THE CIRCUMSTANCES, I i - o yoI." ow, Willie, if the minister comes dianer ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 25 January 1913

D/ate. No. PAYEE. FOR WHAT PURPOSE. AMOUNT. V/V oucher. . $ M i P.se June lst-4163 Matt Powers .......................Night4uard, Madison Parish ............$ 101.50 June lst-3164 Duckport Mere. Co ..................... High Water Expense, Madison ................. 38.00 e June lst-3165 W. H. Hewes ............................ H. W. Protection, M. Bend ........... ....... 7.50 e June Ist-4186 Edw. Hunter ...... .................Pay.Rolls H. W., Madison Parish: June lst-3166a Edw. Hunter, Sub-Voucher No. (1) ...... Edw. Hunter, 34 Nights ............. .119.00 e June lst--4166b Edw. Hunter. Sub-Voucher No. (2) ......Ed Hodge. 26 Nights .. ... ...........65.00 e June lst-8166c Edw. Hunter, Sub-Voucher No. (3) ......A S. Hunter, 13 Days .....aison ... ..........26...00 210.00 e 130.00Be June lst-3167 W. W. Johnson .......................... Day-Guard, H. w. Exp,., aionk...... ..0 e June 1st-3168 Bank of Waterproof ................... Pay-Rolls, H. W. Protection work: . 10.50 e June 1st-...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 1 February 1913

THE MADISON JOU NAL ROUNTREE BROS., Publishers. TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY JANUAIRY 31, 1913. lRIAL OF BANK OFFICIALS BEGUN £XAMINER GIVES EVIDENCE. SAYS $60,000 WAS STOLEN. IISREPRESENTED CONDITION y In Teutonia Bank Case Is Seasationa..Cashier Seld' Job. sern Newspaper Union News Service New Orleans.-Misrepresentation of fs financial condition of the defunct I tonla Bank by Eugene F. Buhler, i president, and Joseph H. Gomila," bsirman of the finance committee, developed in the testimony of State sak Examiner W. L. Young at the trial of Buhler and Gomila in the crim al court here. The defendants are ceused of receiving deposits knowing .. bank to be in a failing condition. Testimony was also developed show that the accused carefully con ed from the bank examiner the that years previbus to the failure the bank, F. J. Braud, assistant er, had made away with more $60,000, and that, notwithstand this, he had been retained in his tion for several months and his of $15...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 1 February 1913

>1ONE LEADERS OF WOMEN'S DEMOCRATIC LEAGUE . /,am 1 "•; . , . . Here are four of the leaders In the National Women's Democratic Loague which met the other day in Wash. t egton. Prom left to right they are: Mrs. Duncan U. Fletcher. wife of the senator from Florida; Dr. Julia Holmes Smith of Chicago; Mrs. John Sherwin Crosby, retiring president of the league, and Mrs. Jennie L Mun p of Washington. PRAISE FOR LONDON Ex-Congressman Asserts English Systems Superior to Others. A. M. Todd of Michigan Discusses Public Services-Have Wonder ful Method of Bookkeeping Co-Operation's Part. London.-Former Congressman A. M. Todd of Michigan. who early last spring came to Europe to make an e.baustive study of the ststem in vogue among the public services, with special reference to municipal owner ship, has come to the conclusion that the best managed public service sys tens in the world are those of Great Britain. "ia Prance and Germany," said Mr. Todd, according to a London corre speodent, "I f...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 1 February 1913

closephC~bon -;3 CyOlhittark·Pe Place Capin Eri, Etc. ( Elisworth ou by E llsworth Young· Copwriobc..0" , by ]),A pl SY!'OPai5. Mrs. Kez!at. .offln. supposed widow. Is arranging to move from Trumet to HOe ton, followlng the death of her brother. for whom she had kept house. Kyan Pepper. widower, offers marriage, and Is ibdignantly refused. 'apt. likanah le n Ilas, leader of the IRegular church offers leslah a place as hous,-keeper for the pew minister, and she d.r-lls to remarin Ia Trumet. Kezlah takes charge of Itet. John Ellery. the new minister, and gives itm advlice as to his conduct toward Members of the peristh. EIlery caus,. a lnsatlen hv attending a "*('otne-outier eeting. Elrry's presence is bitterly re .seated by Ehbn ilammond. leader of the Meeting (race apologizes for her tardtan and Ellery esa rts her home in rain. ('apt. Nat Hammond, I:;hn's aon, becomes a hero, by bringirng the packet into port suar ly tt rough rug and /dorm. Ellery linds Ke,.iah writing a I! to some...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 1 February 1913

S 1ON JOURNAL. Journal of Madison Parish Mefal Journal of School Board. iMelal Journ.l '.)f I'vee Borc . flcialJournal town of T:&Lidh --- --..--.----~ PUBtIS3EIED EVEI1Y SACAURDAY. " F.IR P SI(yRscRIPTION: $1.50 PER ANNUM. (GEOR J rSprlciUt. Editor. ntered Jan. 10. l9!)!, :at T'ln!lii Sah, La.. as ,ciond-cla"sR mail mntLor, toler ,l0t of Congresle of Maroh 3. 18 9. TPh J3OURNAL iq no' rpesonsible for tiews and opinions c orrespondent ' ring in its columns. SAevLH LA., F saeRYr. 1, i918 The Madison Journal. With the view of ascerteiniing e age and early history of The dison Journal, with which we fes we are not familiar, we e is week communicate with on. A. W. Crandell, of New Orleans, a native of Madisot par and acquainted with its hi< and people about as welll t hapsas any man to-day alive, I ibt the paper that has seen th.i esh in the palmy days of unte- i, ,llum splendor, has survived - rs of war and the Lorrors of ; nstruction, and yet lives, j tedates in its history th...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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