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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 28 June 1906

ZCbe Sticker. RATMSMO WINFREE, Edller and Publisher Cnc r*d at th« 8chulenburg poitofflcn u • matter. SUBSCRIPTION,51.00 PER ANNUM Tk* iTicnt* Incites th* public to keep It Mated concerning; the goings and comings of t*e Uwn. If yeu are leaTing town or hare lrlen4a Tiattlag yen or departing, drop ub a Uae tkat we nay make note e{ It. But be aure M- alga yeur name to It aa an evidence of lta geaulneneaa. THURSDAY. JUNE 28, 1906. JOSEPH VV. BAILEY, For President 1908. ANNOUNCEMENTS. 3>or State Sen tor. We are authorized to announce D. A. Paulus as a candidato for re-elec- tion for senator of the 18th senatorial diatricb subject to the action of the democratic primaries in Julyi We are authorized to announce Gub Heilig as a candidate for election for senator of the 18th senatoral district subject to the action of the democratic primaries in July. IN DEFENCE OF JAKE WOLTERS. J*or Representative The Sticker is authorized to an- nounce C. J. von Rosenberg as a eandidate for re-election...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 28 June 1906

HORNER'S jfm up-to-date tine of Spring and Summer 'Dress Seed* in piain white> figured jCawns, Organdies, Crepe, ^Dimity, <Stc. I Steady to wear Soods. jCadies' Embroidered Waists, Sit A and J2awn. Dress Skirts, 9?/oh air and jCawn, Justin 'Underwear> Jffosiery, etc., 53e Its, Sans. 7/ecJew ear, Combsets and Small wear at ^Prices to Suit any ZPurse Call and be Convinced HORNER'S- m*m mmr mmronr. The fallowing la the msrkst report u compll- •4 bf H. Horaer. and chtnrtd weekly, tooord- lag t* the htgheet market prices paid. CHANQBD BTBRT WKDNBDAY Cottaa taw par lb quiet Nominal. 10 Cettea leed per 100 lbs 65 Corn „ 60 Bnfteir (eeolriag) 7-12 ■attar (Ubla) ... - A -_16 Chlokeas (aa ta slselsprlng 10-15o lb Reoetera U 1-* Turkeys par lb Nominal «c eaoea 9o Lard. lb Cabbage „.3-4c Potatees. par 100 lba 90 Onlea* per 100 lba toed unsalable 66 Butter Market demand. Chi* firm no demand waek Cotton Declining Fresh Candy, always fresh at Henry Mayer's Mr. Chas. Neumann of Houston was...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 28 June 1906

■Hi The Glorious Fourth This ia the Fourth of July, That grand and glorious day When rockets cleave the azure sky And bands "come out to play; "When old and young in clique and set Are working of their jaws And e'en the preachers quite forget The prohibition laws. This is the day that things transpire And prophecies come true— The b'loon goes up, the town's afire And hats are all askew; A sunstroke and a runaway, A trainload, too, is spilled— I hear a lady laugh and say, "There's only twenty killed." Then there are other signs to please And keep us gay and bright— Before us several cannon feneeze, Behind us, dynamite, To right and left the rockets fizz, The cannon-crackers shoot. An anvil bursts, that's what that is, And that's the smithy's boot— And see that fellow in the lead! I vow, if that wa'n't queer— A shotgun pointed at his head Took off but half an ear. Oh, this is glorious, I declare! Such fun I never saw. And see. Old Glory's floating there! Now, all at once, "Hurrah!" Ho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 28 June 1906

IPI ALL HAIL PE-RU-NA. A Case qf STOMACH CATARRH. pa ■ MART OBRIEK /II^;SSS> Ji k! : Hiss Marv O'Brien, 306 Myrtle Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y., writes: "Peruna cured me in five weeks of catarrh of the stomach, after suffering for four years and doctor- ing' without effect. In common with other grateful ones who have been benefited by your discovery, I say, Ail bail to Peruna." m Wi Mr. H. J. Henneman, Oakland, Neb., writes: " I waited before writing1 to you about my sickness, catarrh of the stomach, which I had over a year ago. " There were people who told me it would not stay cured, but I am sure that I am cured, for I do not feel any more ill effects, have a good appetite and am getting fat. " So I am, and will say to all, I am cured for good. " I thank you for your kindness. 4iPeruna will be our bouse medicine hereafter Catarrh of the stomach is also known in common parlance as dyspepsia, gas- tritis and .indigestion. No medicine will be of any permanent benefit except it removes th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 28 June 1906

. . ' s.. GENERAL DIRECTORY FOR OOIIGHS QUICKEST CURE COLDS THE WONDER WORKER FOR THROAT KING'S I LUNGS Governor.......S. W. T. Lanham Lieut.-Governor Geo. D. Neal Attorney-General C. K. Bt.ll Comptroller..... .J. W. Stephens Treasurer.......John \V. Robbins Commissioner Land Office J. J. Terrel Supt. Public Instruction Arthur Lefevre SUPREME COURT. Chief Justice.. . 11. R. Gaines NEW DISCOVERY CHAS. EBY, SR., of Elizabeth, III., writes: "I paid out over $150 to local phy- sicians, who treated me for La Grippe without giving me any relief. I afterward bought a $1.00 bottle of DR. KING'S NEW DISCOVERY, and after taking contents of this one bottle I was entirely cured.9' PristSOcind$1.00 ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED! Trialbifflmfm SOLD in REGOHHENDED BY PAUL BREYMANN, The Druggist. YOU BUY FROM S. T. Schaefer * WUI Please You as it is selected carefully & sold only at living profits. He also handles Paints, Oils, Varnish, and Builder's ^-^HARDWARE. Coffins and Caskets sold. Hearse in con...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 5 July 1906

IdPl g ||1 fS|® T«*as Velvets!!/ AV9T1* CYRIL PETER, Q us Russek Ttll work of the first- LV. Class order. • J Representing the leadin ^Companies of the Worl One ^Dollar ji 2/ear ZPlain Words are Suer the Swest. Siaymomd Win free, Sditor, FAYETTE COUNTY, JULY 5, 1906. VOL. XII. SCHULENBURC, tbe capitol. we brought on the con versution regarding local option, and where Mr. Colquitt declared to us that he had alone not voted for local option, but had REASONS FOR ONE PRICE Stores that mark goods in anything but plain figures are not as fair to patrons as they could be Pets must be favored, or why is it? 25o in plain figureB is the only honest way iu the world to mark an honeBt value. We have one plain figure price for everybody. m ~ |$3.00 Hats! Thoroughbred Hats. Qlobe f ' Statesman Hats $1.50 $2.25 s Oxfords At reduced prices. W. L. Douglas Tan Oxfords $3.50 „.$3 00 Star Brand Patent Vici Oxfords $3.50 now $3.00 Reduced Prices. Ladie*' white canvas Blucher Oxford $1.50 now......—$1.35...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 5 July 1906

A- ' fill? ! t Stotaiwj siito A REVIEW OF THE WORK ACCOMPLISHED BY CONGRESS RAYMOND WINFREE, Editor SCHULENBURG, - TEXAS Plea for Wild Flowers. TWs is the* season of the year when dwellers In cities and towns may to* ■ seen returning after holiday excur- j flons, loaded down with flowers, j leaves and branches of trees, torn off ; from their stems by people who wish to carry away with them the beauti- ful things that nature so lavishly spreads abroad in the spring. To ad- mire and to desire to possess these beautiful things is natural, yet to tear them down and carry them away shows a deplorable lack of thought. The least informed person, if willing to pause and think for a moment, says Forest and Stream, knows very well that a few* hours after the twig has been parted from its branch or the flower from its stem, twig and flower alike must lose all resemblance to the beautiful growing thing that inspired the wish for possession, and is no longer worth having. Thus, for the gratifica...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 5 July 1906

ITS WORK ENDED AND MANY IM- PORTANT MEASURES WERE PASSED. The Struggle Over the Railroad Rate Bill and Meat Inspection Has End- ed—Lock Type for Panama Canal, the Pure Food and the Regular Ap- propriation Bills Passed. Washington—The work of the first session of the fifty-ninth, congress is pt an end. All the regular appropri- ation bills passed, and several impor- tant measures which have attracted the attention of the entire country have become laws. m Railroad rate bill passed only a few boors before the closing, and, accord- ing to the provisions of the measure, will become a law within 60 days. The senate agreed to the conference report. Lock canal bill passed both houses and was signed by the president. This Means that the congress stands com- mitted to the lock type of canal across the isthmus of Panama. Pure food bill and the naturaliza- tion bill become laws through the sig- nature of the president. Meat Inspection—The senate agreed to the conference report on the agri- cul...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 5 July 1906

Zhc Sticker. MIMIM WMFREE, HHir and Publisher Attiril it the 8ohul#nburf po«tofflce u (Nii-ilui matter. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER ANNUM Tn gTicsm* lBTltea th public to keep it Met*4 ceneeralagthe rolnjs and comings or Mi teirn. If yeu are lsarlag town or haye ftrleaia Tlailleg yeu or departing, drop ua a Mae that we may make note of It. But be aure M alga year aame to it aa an evidence of ita geaalaeaeaa. THURiDAT. july 6, 1908. JOSEPH VV. BAILEY, For fresident 1908. ANNOUNCEMENTS. for Siato Senior, We are authorized to announce D. A. Paulas as a candidate for re-elec- tion for senator of the 18th senatorial district subject to the action of the democratic primaries in Julyi We are authorized to announce Gus Heilig as a candidate for election for senator of the 18th senatoral district ■ubject to the action of the democratic primaries in July. The doctors and undertakers are busy now. Yesterday was the Fourth. We are afraid that the weather man is getting too liberal with his water sup...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 5 July 1906

HO KNEE'S jfn up-to-date lint-of Spring and Summer 'Dress Seeds in plain white, figured jCawns, Organdies, Crepe, 'Dimity, <5tc. {Ready to life ar Soods. jCadies' Embroidered Waists, Silk and jCawn. Dress Skirtsj, 97?ohair and jCawn, 97}'usi'in Underwear, Jfcosiery, etc., 27$eIts, J?ans. Tfeekwear, Cem bsets and Small wear at ^Prices to Suit any iPurse Call and bo Convinced HORNER'S it mmromr. Til* following la the market report aa compli- ed by H. Horner, and chanced weekly, accord- ing te the highest market prloea paid. changed every wedneday Cettea new per lb quiet Nominal. 10 Cettes feed per lOOlbe 56 Com ... 66 Kgge 7 Butter (cooking) — 7-12 Batter (table).. „ ...15 Chlekeaa (aa te alie)eprlnf 8c Hens 7c lb Reootera ia l-a Turkeys per lb Nominal 6c Baoea _ 9c Lari. 101b Cabbai* fofteee. per WO lb* 75 Galena per 100 lba good unsalable 65 Butter Market demand. Chit Doll Beta: Too many bad Cottoa Declining m Fraffcr Candy, always freeb at Henry Meyer's Mr. Geo. Herder of Bay Ci...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 5 July 1906

FARMA^GARPEN MARKETING LIMA BEANS. Some of the Tilings to Remember in Order to Best Dispose of j the Crop. August is the month for heavy pro- duction of lima beans. They continue to bear, however, till the first hard, killing frost. The amount and length of profitable bearing depends largely upon keeping the vines picked clean and not allowing pods to get dead ripe, for the ripened seed of any kind takes most vital substance out of the plant and causes it to die. Besides the beans when not quite ripe bring the highest prices. The time to pick the pods is When they show faint traces of light green to yellow. After the pod be- TRAY OF LIMA BEANS READY FOR MARKET. comes yellow, the beans inside are ripe, turn white and are then consid- ered "dry" beans. White ones mixed with the green damage the selling price from a few cents to half their value per quart. On the market lima beans are sold by the quart, hence the best pack is the ordinary 16 or 24 quart berry crate. Real early beans of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 5 July 1906

V gtejpEa A Deliverance and Pillar Series A STOW OF THE WILBERNESS JOURNEY OF THE HEBREW PEOPLE By A* "Highway and Byway" Preacher V fey m >1 '? i '3 (Si or- (Copyright, 1«0«, by W. S. Edson.) are Authority:—Exodus 14:10-3]. SRAEL lay en- camped at the foot of the moun- tain. It had been a long march that day, and as the afternoon had drawn to a close the weary pil- g r i m s had re- joiced when the cloud going be- fore them had ceased its slow majestic move- ment and stood still. It needed no second blast from the horns to call the people to the task of pitching their tents and preparing the evening meal. The flocks and herds, quick to ap- preciate the chance to feed, were soon ^Ritentedly browsing on the green (patches of grass and foliage to be tfound there, while the people, the sim- ple repast finished, busied themselves iabont the camp, In putting everything in order, or rested before the tent doors and talked over the wonderful events of the past few dayB. The ihalf-grown ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 5 July 1906

Sgpp f s r--"- Sis GENERAL DIRECTORY COUGHS QUICKEST CURE COLDS THE WONDER WORKER THROAT | PR. KING'S | LUNGS NEW DISCOVERY JW! v : > i CHAS. EBY, SR., of Elizabeth, 111., writes: "I paid out over $150 to local phy- sicians, who treated me for La Grippe without giving me any relief. I afterward bought a $1.00 bottle of DR. KING'S NEW DISCOVERY, and after taking contents of this one bottle I was entirely cured." frtc* 50cand $1.00 ABSOLUTELY CUARAMTEEP! Trial Bottles Fro SOLD AND RECOMMENDED DY PAUL BREYMANN, The Druggist. LrUMBER r YOU BUY FROM 5. T. Schaefer 3 Will Please You as it is selected carefully & •old only at living profits. He also handles Paints, Oils, Varnish, and Builder's ^—HARDWARE.-—0- Coffins and Caskets sold Hearse in connection ANGE 11 m OMFORT OUR FIRST CONSID gmiui. DALLAS. Tex J 1W.6.CRUSH CxP.d TA LPT THE DO YOU WORK. WHV 8«nd off for ▼ ▼ 1 Your worlc rrou can have It don* n your olty lust mn O O O D R. A. WOLTERS. TAsra. 1. iranriim Mwarti Bra Pveprle...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 12 July 1906

P"' ||[ •> Ti*** UalttnHf Q us Russek INSURANCE Representing the leading ^^ompanies of the World. *"cYRIL PETER TH work of the first* Class order, fftaymomd 10in free, Sditor, 5*la in Words are Sver the S&est, One ^Dollar j( 2/ear VOL. XII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, JULY 12, 1906. NO. 48 i REASONS FOR ONE PRICE Stores that mark goods in anything but plain figures are not as fair to patrons as they could be. Pets must be favored, or why is it? 25c in plain figures is the only hon«st way in the world to mark an honest value. We have one plain figure price for everybody. A NEW LINE OF HATS LATEST SHAPES AIND ALL SIZES Thoroughbred Hats- ~$3.00 Globe Hats Statesman Hats $1.50 $2.25 Gent's Oxfords At reduced prices. W. L. Douglas Tan Oxfords S3.50 $3 00 Star Brand Patent Vici Oxfords $3.50 now ..$3.00 menu, i guess." Tho corporal could only bow his head in sign of assent. "She's in there," said the father, in- dicating a room whose windows, now behind blinds, looked out ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 12 July 1906

- m Jm The HOLD ON, BOYS! 1 Schvlenbvrg Sticker RAYMOND WINFREE, Editor __ | SCHULENBUBG, - TEXA.S ALL OVER TEXAS. Winnsboro has voted a special school tax. While at play with a number of his playmates Monroe Ehrlick at Ledbet- ter, was instantly killed by a heavy piece of timber falling on his head, crushing his skull. Former Judge A. B. Tanner, who committed perjury in order to shield his law partner, the late United States Senator John H. Mitchell, was parddn- ed by the President. During a thunderstorm in the vicin- ity of Berlin, Ok., lightning struck the house occupied by the Reese family in- stantly killing Wear Reese, aged 17, and severely injuring father mother and another son. While working at a hay press one> half mile west of Dodd, Joe Finley got his foot caught in the plunger and broke his leg just above the ankle. He was removed to the hospital at Bon- ham. At Lafayette, Ind., Mrs. Solomon Gobbau and her six children were burned to death in a Are that destroy- ed the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 12 July 1906

glpff 8£Em~. m Ml Hp r -:-v I ftc I a Ip: S ' ="' ■; «f,s, '4 i W: I ',4 'i : .- mm, Farmers' Co-operative Union of America. They are making paper and a whole lot of other things out of cot- ton stalks nowadays, and it is about the time that some of our friends came to the rescue with a process for making the wrapping for cotton bales out of this hitherto waste and wasted product. There is plenty of fiber in the outside skin of the stalks to give it the requisite strength, and as to a filler to give body and substance to fhe bagging, the cotton stalk offers a world of material of the finest sort. Nature has left a pretty strong hint that the stalk should be utilized for making wrappings for the fruit of the stalk, and we should get in touch with a process at once. The price of the jute bagging we have been using for so many years is constantly going up and the quality of the bagging is con- stantly going down, and if we sit down and wait for something to turn up much longer, we will...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 12 July 1906

v'ep •;?. ■Wm 9 . c'." * \ **5 ! ' "- : . ■ J>V\:•■*- •'. ^v;: ■ .V ' ;'v' •■;••;;. &!;-'■ V MMdM i ; •:tv ? ZCbe Sticker. HATMGN8 WIHFBEE, Editor and Publisher Knt«r«4 at the Sohulenburg postofllce as •••ai-«laaa matter. SUBSCRIPTION, $ i .00 PER ANNUM T*b §110*21* Invites th« public to keep it Kat«d concerning th® goings and coinings 01 a town. If yeu are leering town or have friends vlsiUig you or departing, drop us a Us* that we may make note of it. But be sure to sign yeur name to It as an evidence or Its (•mruaeness. THURSDAY. JULY 12, 1906. JOSEPH W. BAILEY, For President 1908. ANNOUNCEMENTS. J>or St at* Senior. We are authorized to announce D. A. Paulus as a candidate for re-elec- tion for senator of the 18th senatorial district subject to the action of the democratic primaries in Julyi We are authorized to announce Gus Heilig as a candidate for election for senator of the 18th senatoral district subject to the action of the democratic primaries in July. 3>or Re...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 12 July 1906

HORNER'S up-to-date line of Spring and Summer Dress Soods in plain white, figured jCawns, Organdies> Crepe, 'Dimity, €tc. steady to *10ear Soods. a dies' Cmbroidered Waists, Sil/c and jCawn. Dress Skirts, *71}oh air and jCawn, *27?u si in 'Underwear, Jfosiery, etc., ffielts, &ans. Tfecfcwear, Combsets and Small wear at ^Prices to Suit any tPurse Call and be Convinced HORNER'S JIMUKfr KBFORr. The following Is the market report as compil- ed bj H. Horner, and chanced weekly, accord- ing te the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNEDAY Cetten new per lb quiet Nominal. 10 Gotten 9eed per 100 lbs _ 66 Core — - --- TO Butter (cooking) 7-12 Butter (table).- - -15 Chlokens (as to al*e) spring 8c Hens 7c lb Roosters - 12 1-2 Turkeys per lb Nominal 6c Bacon 9c Lard..; 10 lb Cabbage lc Potatoes, per 100 lbs - 76 Onion* per 100 lbs good unsalable 65 Butter Market demand. Chlx Dull Bggs: Too many bad Cotton Declining . ? jMm-. ] . Fresh Candy, always fresh at Henry Meyer's Only 1...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 12 July 1906

' < Marah, the Place of Bitter Water THIRD—In Cloud and Pillar Series A STORY OF THE WILDERNESS JOURNEY OF TOE HEBREW PEOPLE By the "Highway and Byway" Preacher (Copyright, 19U6, by the author, W. S. Edson.) Scripture Authority: Exodus 15:22-26. Water! IATER! Water!" The cry ran down the long line of marching people, the glad news passing from mouth to mouth until the sultry air of the desert fairly quivered with the volume of the sound. In the distance away off to the left could be clearly seen the vision of cool springs and shady palm trees, and the welcome sight brought a wild thrill of joy and thankfulness to the thirsty, tired people. For two days now since their de- jparture from the Red see, after their miraculous deliverance from Pharaoh, 4he Hebrew people had been strug- gling across the hot, dusty reaches of the wilderness. The water they had thought with them, while not exhaust- ed, was warm and brackish, and their thirsty bodies were longing for a draught from some co...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 12 July 1906

t CHAS. L. SAUER, GRAND SCRIBE PE-RU-NA STRENGTHENS ( THE ENTIRE SYSTEM. Mr. Chas. L. Sauer, Grand Scribe, Grand Encampment I. O. O. F. of Texas, and Assistant City Auditor, writes from the City Hall- San Antonio, Tex.: "Nearly two years ago I accepted a position as secretary and- treasurer with one of the leading- dry goods establishments of Galveston, Tex. " The sudden change from a high and dry altitude to sea level proved too much for me and I became afflicted with catarrh and cold in the head, and general debility to such an extent as to almost incapacitate me for attending to my duties. "1 was Induced to try Peruna, and after taking several bottles in small doses / am pleased to say that I was entirely restored to my normal condi- tion and have ever since recommended the use of Peruna to my friends." ^60 flBSri'ba 60 Bus. Winter Wheat Per Acre also catalogue of Winter Wheats, Rye, Barley, Clovers, Timothy. Grajwes, Bulbs, Tree*, etc. for fall planting- •XLZDB SEED CO.. Box V.I...

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