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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 September 1911

immmnmi A |fS £*&$ .„ .,. •• •■ . . s""' -.■44|n ! ♦ ' b" r 1 *k%4 T < 1 c * t A SHE GOT WHAT SHE WANTED This Woman Had to Insist Strongly, but it Paid Chicago, 111.—"I suffered from ft fe. male weakness and stomach trouble, and 1 went to Ilia st.oro to get bottl3 of Lydia E. I'ink- liam's Vegotftblo Compound, but tlia clerk did not want to let me bare it- lio said it was no good and wanted ma to try something else, but knowing nil about it 1 in- sisted a n d finally , Rot it, and I am so glad I did, for it has cured me, "I know of so many cases wliero wo- men have been cured by Lydla E. J'ink- ham's Vegetable Compound that I can Bay to every suffering woman if that medicine does not hoJp her, there is nothing that will."—Mrs. Jametzkl 2003 Arch St., Chicago, 111. This Is the age of substitution, and women who want a cure should insist upon Lydla E. l'inkham's Vegetable Compound just as this woman did, and riot accept something else oil which the druggist can make a little mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 September 1911

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 September 1911

a L • t T < i S '• T a fe%: —■ 1 «5ft ' .: • < T > i I I \n ' H i *•* m i f- , ■ wfr 'i & < J U I " - J- a: • .-Jr.,'"A' rfWHBM 5) *u -■ nr.* « \' v.* mrmmmrn* XL 3 % ^UU. Ml iV $ "*,s iMQsmw (BMKT.-'* rr $ S-..5 k lii; v-'-. V i rf. it* <J c rr f r HiUNI 1 BW",./- Si Cotton 7 a 9 o tfS* -- *Yv >;i ' L,~, >>. * VV>, < or T 1116 SO i 2j| < East Texas Champion Harness and Saddle Horse at' xi. 1 J& A*i. H For Further information See &.1 R ofus G. Bou n d s \',.i X\ x* •* re: XI * jfe -V'.n 5K? XJj1* >• « For Congress— 2nd Congressional District «D' a.* a n .. OF.. . v i E R 0 K E E G y u « f v j^y i*tV sVsrVaVs/Vtfi tW*fcVWifisue kWWiaiVIV#. FOR FIRST-CLASS GROCERIES AND 5; , r-'Jf ;J« *r Jr- *r *i~ . r T r- 'r'* -T• iw; L * -/ L v n!~, C ONTIMOTAL STAT 10 BANK Capital stock, Surplus aiul Profits, 5 15,000.00 5,ooo.oo 520,000.00 We extend to every one a cordial invitation to make our bank your headquarters on Trades Day. J. G. Willkinson,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 September 1911

*' nwirs tf.:: >f ' • W 4vWILBUR D. NH5B1T Moi\gy Money! Money! Money! Hustle day and night-- Toll and save And scrimp and iihave And Hclicmn with all our might. Pennies grow to dollars Very soon, we find. But bye-and-bye We have to die And leave It all behind. Money! Money! Money! Dollnrs are the prize. Each represents A hundred cents And oft a hundred lies. Thousands grow to million*: Just when they grow dear We go away— The millions stay— We leave the money here. Money! Money! Money! Harden soul and heart; Get the due That Is for you. And get more than your part. Friendship, love or dutyT Drop them, one and all. But later on When you are gone There'll be a tearless palL Money' Money! Money! Who Invented It? Sojry Jest Seen at Its best- Sombre form of wit. Dollnrs—dollars—dollars— They have this distress: Their only worth Is on this earth— Shrouds are pocketless. HI8 LINE OF WORK. "Sir." said tho subscriber to th« editor of the Bowersville Clarion "You published a highly colore...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 September 1911

4 mwm ■ • a- snnr ,- - ■ -- () si T -* • — A" y*' 4 I 1 'J&S 1 I* & I m j Mu defjd Won.a \ Wot Ye^ Identilicd. •' '"\ Iud., Sept. .?6.—The > > . y <>f :• wv. ..', louncl :n c -i:chigan \vsterdav, :;:ici honghfc at first to be that of ' • rue Lyons, v.vo ,v;«- 1';mwu •m a ;..learner 1> Walter ippcr, still lvmains uuiden- 'ed today 1 the police be- ve I hat sh- v. as nnirdered KhicaBTO: Plic wrir.v were tied \vtii a ip of flannel torn from a • toy's petticoat. The b.>dy .■;nd clothing were stripped of means of identification and the p jl'cx ck p.-nd largely on a brac.rlet set with three garnets ;-->d engraved "1005" to de- t mnitte the wotaan.'s identity. •- fell h 1 i with a blue plume is found fa : Hi :! to lie h;nr. Prisoner B okc Jail. Last evening at about 6:30, as all tlie jailers were at sup- i per, Arthur Henderson, a whit- inn, broke j 11! and escaped, t.ikiug towards the Sabine river as hi: "oute. The esc ;.?d pri<oner was a| resident 01 .Nobl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 September 1911

ntm HMH - mm A Mr * ♦ "t Hl_ ALTO HLRALD J IS. K. ALLKN, Edit OK. Alto's colton gnib are run uiug day and sometimes night ist Texas was iil scisioii four Hon, Daniel E. Garrett for Congress ' days at Tyler last week. Kx- Tlie Herald is in letter from Hon. hibition of the government cot- ton grades which have been; „ c T. i i , , t Garrett of Houston, accepted by nearly all the cot- ' ton markets of the United RinSine cotton that is bran>',t **** m sf^ndards, waj made here to uiai?<«• > • |terestmg and lnstructne pro-, . Alto needs more rent houses |&raiu was carried out. j to Mipplv the demand of rr.>-. <r, ~ ' , 1 here are many merchants receipt of Daniel E. lie announce that he wil candidate for Congress the State at large. In for our readers to un wnicn Staple & Fancy Groceres :v.it ma we • ipply the demand of p. > - pcetors who wants to come he; e to live. 8 J.The total production of the industry in Texas, including ejfgs and young, poultry is £25,000,0...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 September 1911

5* Ml i * p I I 1.! THE ALTO HERALD 1.1. Altl N, Proprietor ALTO. TEXAS The uuto can beat the old Groan cbalBe. OrutDtt French experiments with in aero mall service may result In a drop In postage. Still, there la no pity for the poor baseball players, who are bought and sold like no many tuba of butter. PerhapB the champion Idiot and criminal combined Is the person who •houts "Fire!" In a crowded theater. What If the beef prlceB ore going tip? The doctors tell ub that we have been eating too much of It, anyway. A New York young woman killed an- other with a hatpin, but the death ■wan due to carrying concealed liq- uids. A Newark fan dreamed he was slid- ing for home—he bumped his head on the floor hard, and found he was tome. A French scientist declares that the body restB more quickly after fast work, but even this Is no excuse for <he Joy rider. Too many babies are killed by their pushing out loose window screens. It •eems like a foolish waBte of perfect- ly good babies. A Ken...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 September 1911

* 1 ■■ 3fry *>♦' * - • -V* SUft" !«*&&> ' to f C DCS er 3rd 'flllfA JfMlm filUu ill Company . "-3. [heir guest on that day. The Alto Hustler's <ly. Note special prices by the merchants |ly. If you have a horse, mule, cow, fine .Special attention will be given to all kinds i . . , 1 -#n :g in the livestock line this will be the day be glad you came, but if you miss it yon will he furnished throughout the day such as for premiums must register with judges, pagers, W. M. Armstrong, J. C. Boyd and 'register your livestock and etc. The streets bi.se bring him along and show the people er the 3rd, 1911. THE ALTO STATE BANK CAPITAL $10,000.00 M. C.PARRISH, Pres. M. E. McCLURE, Vice-Pres T. D. MILLER, Cashier ■ an F; 11: (;UINN'S .00 for the best three^yearmold draft horse. I\V. Willis. [.00 for the best three/year^old draft horse. fM. Collier. i.00 for the best 6/inonth-oM mule colt.— Itou Bros. k.50 for the best all-round harness horse nil- years o[d.~Blautou Brothers. I....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 September 1911

- <•.«• w « ««« ■** .un*w.. v^HHB^pc-wtfi's ■houta What BP? Thi been eui A New other w wn# dut Is. i— A New Ing for t the floo homo. A Froi tody rei ■work, hi ihe joy Too ir pushing seems ly good 1 / . ' ir e A Ken that hea leu high, quate ei Sclent Hie rays ly anybc boiled e A Chi FOU are putting ll out The b scan a limply ' * , . . A mi sed tl 5 to l )me ! lere « Up 1 It) wi lueke ro kil nlveu. \

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 September 1911

•Jr' «. ■ ~r" • • s ELUSIVE JACQUES fUTRELLE ILLUSTRATIONS' J>y M.G. Rvitivvrr COPYRIGHT I9O8 by THE ASSOCIATED <5UHDAY MAGAZINES COPYRIGHT 1909 ly THE B05D3 - MERRILL COM PAN y SYNOPSIS. Count rtl nofllnl, tho Itnllan ambas- sador, In nt dinner wUh illplotnnt* wh n u mi'Mengor summons htm to the cm- najtfly, whnro a beautiful young woman ««kjj for a ticket to tha t>inbu*sy ball. The ticket In matin out Iri the name of XflHH Isabel Thome. Chief Campbell of thn secret nervlcn. anil Mr Orlmm. hi* ivail detective, are warned that u plot Is Brewing In Washington, and Orlmm go«s to the state hall for Information. Hit* at- tention la called to Miss Isabel Thome, who with her companion, <llHup[><-urs. A shot Ih heard and Benor Alvarez of the Mexican legation. In found wounded. Qrltnm In annured Minn Thome did It: he visits her, deinntidlne knowledge of the •.flair, and arrests Pletro Petrozlnnl. MIhh Thome visits an old bomb-maker, and they , discuss a wonderful experimen...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 September 1911

; n|MiRSM|MiW ***% i if fl ti K t n a k b 1< o o 0 fo c p It ">r*?? l?\ !-• *re®1!-- •Ir-.'r-.* —-v,—1 ♦ ■ fVs.1 >•■. •! :v\-> - Si I The Big Store t>. "■■• Q j 3 L e) i ;• tt> iiHUIWHWHUi II MltW W-f'-'V.m"'gjW/CT.JimsgsagSr^Er i fU * -i?* ^'x/K'-'ry^Tr^'r-~Tr.r". k '} ft*. % .V —J . {s^: <XVS C.V •*.■ . t.; v -'i *, , ' 'T | rr •"•) QNT wa*t unt^ ^st minute t0 Buy your Fall Suit Today will? ^ 1 'iteK^-zauaxsi be better for buying than next week. ./* You can now choose j £$ ] from a compkte stock and get fitted in just the style and pattern you prefer, and I I you'll f>et more value for the money you spend than will be offered you elsewhere, ij & ' r:,!l cC,,c hats and furnishings, too, you'll be glad to wear, i a « snoes, Don't Boys' Kni Overlook the Youngsters in Suits in K ■ jzamnfii.JLii in rirrriTwrmw cker all sizes and colorsi and prices Trousers i- -- ...r&OL-i to suit you Our New Dress Goods Are DalSy Arriving dt The most up-to-date patterns ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 October 1911

nw / v; I •WIS5 3 Volume XT ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER, 5. 1911 numhkk ; \ /I'.o's Scran;! Trades Day a Grand fu:c-:s3. W. T. Williams to Dr. M. K. Mctlurc, for best .- rWiniWif- «swwp s sff Alto's second Tr v1v- fl •ale: D;yi which was pulled off here Tuesdny proved to ho a grand s'.rjees.'i from start t. finish ami ihe large crowd who attended seemed to enjoj^ed theirselves to the fullest extent. Order was good throughout the day find our merchants declare business better than ever be-j Eilps colt, fore. All kinds of fine stock and farm products were on e;<- j hibition of which premiums were awarded as follows: e 1 r, a x*. A'. A. (s. Harrison Drug Co. t<> fct3Maaa i a v:aij.?rs, $2.00fori ! n i rri i 10.^! e S e d t e rnber best pound of bitttc 1^. iyi Allen to .p. l 1S.1 i) son $5 for best horse colt un- $2.50 for best assortment of der 6-months-old. | canned goods. N. H. Agncw to Jim Flem- A. C. Harris/. Dru ; C . to niings, $5, for best-mule colt b. V . c 'tarling...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 October 1911

4 V. <?( Doctors know that Oxidine is a most dependable sys- tem-cleansing tonic. Most useful in stirring up lazy livers, sluggish bowels and kidneys, weak stomachs. Its ef- fects are quick, safe, sure and permanent. OXIDINE —a bottle proves. Tho specific for Malaria, Chilla and Fever and all diseases due to disorders of liver, stomach, b owe la and kidneys. 60c. At Your Druggist* rm nsnxsas nana oo., W oo, Texss. £ O C l M was B: yard M .sick 3' JUgl J' 111CI ft RtlO 1. fiess C you Cane this v T1' m \vc> ] fcai sp< . Mi ac< PI wi & da Si tl- d: pi li«ri£ SINGLE BINDER SIRJllGHItfSCIGAH You Pay t0o for Cigars Not oo Good. F.F.LEWIS Peoria. Ill I for old and young [Tutt's l.lvcrPills nctns kindly on the child, t th* dcllcatc female or Infirm old oge, as upon the vigorous man. Tutt's Pills Cve tone and strength to the weak stomach, >wcls, kidneys anil bladder, . ■—urn of this pspe Readers refusing substitutes Texas Directory K£ M er% {□ pz r*C2 fvnd nil others, send...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 October 1911

J! " - * V • - - *?W?H V 4 ; . • •. i ' I TEXAS BREVITIES Hunt County is preparing an ex> hlblt for the State Pair. J. W. Hagler of Dallas County pur- chased 300 acres of Grayson County land, located two miles west of Sher- tnan, known as the Berry farm, and paid $10,000 cash for it. Gainesville is enjoydn£ a healthy street improvement activity, alwaya noted splendid streets, this city is keeping her place among leading Tex- as cities. Senator A. B. Cummins has given up his trip to the land congress at Den- ver and will leave Pes Moines October 10 for the Kast and will sail from New York for Panama October 14 to inspect the canal with congressional pfirty. O. L. Johnson has placed an order for the necessary dynamos and ma- chinery to start the Wills Point elec- tric plant agnln and expects to get It In operation by October 15 or 20. In the meantime what repair is neces- «. eary on the lines will be made by the time the machinery can be placerd. There has been raised in Sherman a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 October 1911

f &• i i i / "it fl fi il if ii liX ' d ' '' "• ' ' I ' *■■'■ m $ 1 i" *T I 1 I f * c W8 || >V,«\, ?% lovuiwii. ««.*. -t*. hji.v jsxxMmc. i*wT3ar* « nt* f.^i- £umrn)ned 4 l-f. ■ w l III ■■ * to Her Reward, Many hem t; wore made s; d in Alto Mil to many oiler and bounteous ciops m'j re- corded here year after year,1 and even as late as the date of! Farm Pioducts Will be Exhibited o | I ' at til3 Jacksonvilie Fair Oc1. 9th, 10th and Ihh.' friends and relatives when This department of the fair (l'lc 3 e£*1 '10 ) i •<! / * 1 , I I.. .1- ll.« #«.l ...ill Ki* *\« f.*> news spread over the tity ln.ct wili include everything runcd Saturday at i o'clock tlut Vvs. on the farms of Cherokee T?. A. Murphy was dead. 'county lruin the fai-!anud! Mr:;. Murphy's death was a Hlberta peach and Acme to-|l'Kni her family and junto, thousands of cars of ducts of the toil will be on ex- hibition as green and r.s flourishing as nature can.make 1 surprise to C-{ & fV iv r\ $ <y 3 !v. %' ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 October 1911

' £ •r / THE ALTO HERALD K. lv. AU.KN, Editok. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year Six Months. Three Mouths All subscriptions are advance. No name $i.00 50 25 payable in will lie nut iation and vvii 1 take for hisT subject "The Texas Press in 1 the development of the State." During the cotton season of " " J' Holds Up Street Car, I K1 Paso, Tex., Oct. 2.—/ Fort Iiliss ear was held up by I a lone highwayman ,as it was 1910-11, the city of Galveston j returning jto the c^ty at an teoeived in the port a total cfy.arlv hour this morning witli- the show rc- j out passengers, a n I who . was badly 011 the book.i until 1 aid for. Entered as Jm. 3, 1901, at the postoftie,- ;t Alto, 'iYxa.-, im !er net of March )< 's79- "g The robber, excited, was! jueiease of ^56,942 [bales over,satisfied with $3 from the nuv th\-previous jear. Hie rec- tormau and paid*no attention || ords of ti.e I nite.l States Cus;t.o the conductor and the large ioll of bills he had 011 him. The robber made his escape.! 2>...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 October 1911

/ ...v«.cy ^ • • *• ' • ' ' V*- A- : < * ' . u-. ' QSQMHBMHK^Pli 1 j F ill1! THE ALTO HERALD t. E. AtLtN, Proprietor ALTO, TEXAS Politics Is flourishing like menslef Ita a careless community. An yet science has failed to produce the betlees race meeting. Many of the men's fall hats need a lawn mower run over them. Shruhb 1b become a coach at Har "Vard. Another bush leaguer? Aigrettes are now barred In New hfork, but lovely woman Is just as fas- cinating. Some people llko to have a war ■care every once In a while Just as a [relaxation. Still, If the katydid were Infallible tt would Incur the Jealousy of the pro- cessors of the weather bureau. If sneezing means disaster In an aeroplane, we prefei to walk and ■neezo to our heart's content Another mother bns entered her lit- tle boy for "perfect child" honors. All ichlldren are perfect—to their mothers. A New York woman, attired In a liobble skirt, took a kick at a dog. "We leave the reader to imagine <tho rest. WAR DECLARED FACTS...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 October 1911

mmi wm •<1 Want Your Prisoner 8ignor Petrozln nl—You Will Release Him at Oncel" mm JACQUES fUTRELLE niXJSIRAIIONS by M.G.Ksd1i\Er COPYRIGHT I9O8 fy THE ASSOCIATED ^UHDAY MAGAZINES COPYRIGHT !909 by THE BOBB3 - MERRILL COM PAN y SYNOPSIS. Coont dl Roslnl, the Italian ambas- sador, Is at dinner with diplomat* when ft messenRer summons him to the cm- Many, where a beautiful youn* woman hsks for a ticket to the embassy ball, yhe ticket la made out in the name or B' Silas laubel Thorne. Chief Campbell of Tf e Beratft aervlce, and Mr. Grimm, his peftd detective, are warned that u plot la j>rwlnp In Washington, and Grimm goes : to tho state bull for Information. His at- tention Is railed to Miss Isabel Thorne, M10 with her companion, disappears. A ! ■•hot Ib heard and Senor Alvarez of the Mexican leKatlon, Is found wounded. Orlmm Is assured Miss Thorne did It! he Malta her, demanding knowledge of the Ufalr, and arrests Pletro Petrozlnnl. Miss Thome visits an old bomb-maker. and they ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 October 1911

..._ . ... . mIhm MM> '-tSjPV "i v! Mmm* a*; J 6.0" H \ k <V'«: ■ - ' "*"' """'_" r1- .Vl_" 9m !V. U*. * ^'j *'. rv.- LiN [V: i> - •* ?C'- I * 1-* • [*• i Ju*- [V: >'.-v " / • <\i. i • ,'W <*«■ {xc iSr.lr r*-vt, c .L-: V.1 >L\ s* ? ?i*. N * ^V, ..'.1 !x:r- Svs }Xk' iv-ri r\£ | *: SfrV"? r\ •-. ji*.-? ""V*- i-'-! !\: !v"i £6: j i S N : *ir- ^.TX" The Big Store ■ ■ V.> fS WBRVTIT-rr* -rr^&VTW-rr^ iaiBwn fT\ ■O'M'T wait until the last minute to buy your Fall Suit, <£ 1 '1 XT-^ ■' XJ "«■«■.. r < • .1 . • i- h V... ,... be better for buying than nextVeeir* ^ I from a complete stock and get fitted in just the styk and pr.icu'n ycu i you'll get more value for the money you spend than will b- cir.:r:you you'll _ Fall shoes, hats and furnishings, too, you'll be glad to wear, *.* Today will :n now choose LLrn ycu prefer, 2nd cl^wneiz. r/-$ Don't. Over!oo"< th3 Youngsiera in Knse Trousers Knickerbocker Suits in all sizes and colors, and prices to suit you &...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 October 1911

uSl • M ■ ;Ji'" 'i IBWrtrow*) **c wlaiW'wJiF mam,, - *. MH> X AxXX i..- Viu.rMi; Xi ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OC , )BI\R 12, x 9 r i UrjiiiRK ■ '^1 - .feW Ji KB Sheriff looking For Man. Sheriff Lee Boyd loft this mnrniug for Trii i v lookinr> MisjUig Handsome Miss Black Trailed Houston. In IA Letter From JV"..;. "I. Tuilis With the arrest in Bridge'] 1o at fi r a man wanted here cn a. eh ii" • i f .".bscondifig with cor- i ;in r.; >ncy belonging to a! 1 ;cal ] t is nr>t know n just wL::! lite particulars are, J but it is understood the man clever piece of detective was given a contract to sell Ifor this pretty 19-year-old i hear from me. " We certain property, and that he;girl—and her brown eyes— nice healthy place; 111 did so and put the money in ihave left a trail of sad-hearted bis pocket and left.—Palestine j bankers and worthless eerti- Herald, , fled checks from Denver down through Texas and Louisiana. If any of the bankers of This (Thursday) morningI Houston suffered...

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