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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 28 March 1912

■%t\ m mmmmm 'WjMlit'."! PROFESSIONAL Ernest Herring ■ "■■ LAWYER & ABSTRACTOR Especial Attention to Examining and Perfecting Land Titles. . Notary (Public in Ofttoc Office upstairs over First National Bask, Aspermont, Texas. ANNOUNCEMENT COLUMN Dr. B. F. Wilson Physician and Surgeon Scurf tool Work • Spaotalty OFFICE:—at th« Star Drug Store WI. JOIDAN, 1. D. Physician and Surgeon, Office at Aspermont Pharmacy ASPERMONT. . TEXAS .....10.00 . .. 5.00 S 00 RATES: District Officers County Officers . Precinct Officers *0~C«8l In Advance. Nominees of theDemocratic Pri- maries July. 1912 A. A. ANNIS ... Dentist... Office over Star. Drug Store Aspermont.". T exas For Dint. Attorney: -Jas. P.Stinson. For Sheriff: H. H. HILI . T. T. GINN Frkd Senter For County Treasurer Jesse B. Ford S. R. Dickev J. M. V. Bullock JAS. P. KINNARD, ATTORNEY-A T-uAW Will practice in the Courts of Stone- wall and adjoining counties Haskell. Texas For County & District Clerk R. S. Tillotson C. E. Brannkn....

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 4 April 1912

, m Si Mil §& mrt %kd't l afew« I ki §1 t $ Tfa^^p^i ^jwws SBBi Wfe'i, 7©K■ 4455S Iffii nt « an ex- tags, the ent is full our Dress for LBY, Prop >m Us •y St I- 1- sr i- !d S- ik t, *N , novelties and ore. LTY ont, Texas. V fe id ge STING ry Stable fciehird H. McCarty, Editor and Publisher Aspermont! Stonewall Comity, texas, Thursday, April 4, >912 Vrt. 14. No. 37 y( j . . .. -1 < , ; y. ;i ;<• } } A And Business Has Resumed Normal Condition. For About Ten Days Aspermont Was Cut off From the Outside World. Jim Carroll Made iSrave Fight for Life and Won The quarntine in Stonewall county has been raited. The lid was taken off Sunday by our county health officer/ Dr. Wm. Jordan, and citv health officer, Dr. B. F. Wilson. At this writing we have only had two cases of meningitis, as was reported in last week's Star. Jim Carroll has made a brave fight, and at this writing, is on the road to recovery. The sym- pathy of the entire town went out to Jim. He has worlds of frien...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 4 April 1912

urn %!fc: ' ' ■ - •■ ' && *m ££ ?'r« v;:; TOE ASPERMONT STAR Published Every Thursday RICHARD H. XleCARTY, - Editor Subscription - $1.00 A Yur Entered at the Postoffice at Asiwraont Texas, as second-class mail matter Four Issues One Month It looks now like Wilson was going to have a walkover. Keeping- everlastingly at it is the thing that wins these days. If we don't have a landslide on a crop this pear, there is nothing in signs. Well, let's get our fishing poles and hike a,way to the water brooks and drive the bines away. Don't fail t<"> plant a big feed crop, Mr. Farmer. That is what the country needs-riiogand hom- iny. ' The people of this government furnish the grease to run its ma- chinery. Why shouldn't they rule? It may be that Old Glory will have to go down to old Mexico and give those fire-eaters a little spanking. Turkey and Italy are still scrapping and it new looks like the Turks were going to be vic- torious. The rain, snow, sleet and the freezes have put...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 4 April 1912

. H H wmm* &M ''.f mm > ;.-r . ' y '?^y- >yX M** ifr/Ss y A bank account not only gives you a safe place to keep your money, but it is also a great convenience, Besides •every check you draw is a legal receipt for the debt you pay Make OUR Bank YOU£|Bank. The First National Bank Aspermont. Texas Announces Reduced Rates to BROWNWOOD , , Account., Grand Commandery, Knights Teaplar Tickets on Sale April 8 and 9. Reduced Rates to FORT WORTH Account Texas Annual Lumbermen's Association Tickets on Sale April 7 and 8. Good Connection Both Ways. Free Reclining Chairs on all Trains For Further Information Call on Local Agent, or Write- C. L. HANNA, T. P. A. H. B. SPERRY, C. P. A. Stamford, Texas Waco. Texas % m m * % * & & * % % % * % % * % % % % Let Us Show You OUR SPRINO'LINE Of Clothing. We have a good assortment in stock and if you want a suit made to measure, with fit guar- anteed, we can show youjja large array of the latest stylesVnd ^patterns. Everything You Eat,jWe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 4 April 1912

■Mmm mmmSSSBKm in wi BPfll, ... ,:&i.,.,, PwwPii «MPi IB si ■ ,' .i 'l ^ MSlteMi sin i iii si . mmmm . . .^aSB 7* ■ 54- '^fr/vMv^ I&aM* *n V * jPiWMwfff V MMmf IHMMmMli &.', * ''WlflBl a? r, -<^1: **#* tk'....if,, .Hi§MiLi .-its v " J" b-'< , A '& ^"'w 4j jif<.!•• SBk l> «■ _*f-hi ' !$ki \ wmmmm Stonewall County There is no better farming land in Texas than there is in Stonewall County, We have a diversity of soil in this county. We have the red sandy land the black hog wallow land, and in the west and north parts there is a belt of shinnery land running across the county. This is the fruit and vegetable belt. It is adapted to raising all kinds fruits, Peaches Pears, Apricots, Plums and drapes of all varieties do well. For Truck Farming this land can not be beaten in Texas, and it is fast develop- ing into a Truck Patch and Vineyard. The red and hog wallow lands in Stonewall county are adapted to the raising of Wheat and Oats, Corn, Milo Maize, Sorghum An...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 4 April 1912

,-r: V \ le east i house acres . This subur- s from Build- is haiif md He lewall is the Junty. at all. This /ell on tendia in be :erms. wants pment Women and Misses —r~-:' l Tailors e most up to date jits In the country, i tailored Garments to 1 Measure i v.v'-''1 \' ifi .■ ' , • 1 ■ ■ '. ■ • weight or measure lender, all measure- >r. Our customers and friends to inspect our / Portfolio of Fashions Prompt delivery and satisfaction in Style, Fit and Quality guaranteed. Ladies Ready to Wear Waists, Skirts and Underwear in all the latest styles. ") Come In and Have a Look J. Merchant He'rring vvaTs a business > Peacock Tuesday. jr. Owen spent part of k at Jayton. .r Henderson was down ltlingr Tuesday. Perkins was in town one 5 week. Riddel mede a business Abilene (?) this week. Featherston was down •eacock this week. Hoy came--down from )h Tuesday. Hemphill of Swenson, siness in the city this week, the Oliver Chilled Culti- .. Gibson Bros. \ Neblett was doing busi- n the city Tue...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 11 April 1912

i SPSS J®# Wi in / Richard H. McC irty, Editor and PnWisiier Aspermont, Stonewall County, Texas, Thursday, April 11, 1912 VOL 14. No. 38 Our Court Hi Aspermon Make the Aspermont to spot. All the be removed fi square, give. ^ cleaning up. in the other north side of t that old clerk be an eve so stands there, set the other trees. Then t! court should fence around and that fence with the two p the court shoi crete walks al house and furt house yard with shade tre in the matter t house, as we h A GREAT DRAWING CARD use Is Completed and it Is Now the Duty of to Beautify the Public Square. Let Us Public Square a Beauty Spot Our court he se is completed and it now'bee >mes the duty of 7: lake it a beauty ubbisb wants to the public nteel good nt to fence o parks on the square, remove office which will just so long as it nd we want to |wo parks out in e commissioners' lace a nice iron the court house, hould correspand •k fences. Then d put in nice con- around the court ermore, the court l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 11 April 1912

Mccarty Editor .#4P- 91.00 A YMT Entered at the Postofflce at Aspermont Texas, as second.oliss mail matter Four Issues One Month Cut down the cotton acreage and plant a biff teed crop. These warm, sunshiny days make us long- for shady nooks and babbling brooks. With Wood row Wilson as our chief magistrate, the rights of the great Common People will be safe-guarded. a Old Stonewall county is put- ting on her green petticoat now, and ere long it will be bedecked with sweet smelling roses. But, O Lordy, we do wish that we could have political peace for a little while—long enough for the people to make a crop, any' how. - There are two things that catch the average American sucker without any bait, and they are are a circus or a politi- cal row. ;• \ ; We wish tbat we could get away oat in the woods some- where in a lonely spot, where we wouldn't hear a political donkey bray in ten years. 2* I'll tell vou, Stonewall county baa got a Jim Dandy court house It ia the awelleat building in w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 11 April 1912

! • ■•■"■' O0:. i, ■ m i B1P1 * * * * V '/ "'•■?,•' ."J 1!'; A Set of Six R Silver Teaspoons S:;\ ;>;':v- 'v ""': ''. '■,'r'-rr .,■"' ''' W Full Size with youtlj other initial engrajj English letters on 5 Given To Our Cus As Premiur These spoons ly plated with pur] and are warrir i in -. .. •<" give satisfaction. frA P fA b't 5 ?vv iii-jd h * y. ' h ■ Austin NTwff re aot h There h a moot ospital Sfe 1 have etst ow Rate, Round wing Conventions th ff4 iUPfl m WOMAN'S CLU pril 17th i *k® .' * RITIES AND CO ickets on sale April 13th. irig at all this year. It is pret iRKiilaMkJ mm® rain tffls spring, andttie'weat 1 ickets on sale,April 14th to 20th ickets on sale April 14th, IS and lbth *S4MJTIIWEST TJNI- versity. Tickets on Sale April 18 and 19 Free Reclining Chairs on All 1 Trains nam WO B.i CS PERR Y, G,P. A: WACt), ? T AX AS lustrated Bank account not only gij^s y0i$ffisiafe pl3«&7!iW33ce$fl t yoitt?| mortey. but it is also^^ea^^nyjaMQtyse.^ evefy check you draw is a legal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 11 April 1912

W\ .. ' 1 imH / y| snipwj '% There is no better farming land in Texas than there is in Stonewall County, We have a diversity of soil in this county. We have the red sandy land the black hog wallow land, and in the west and north parts there is a belt of shinnery land running across the county. This is the fruit and Vegetable belt. It is adapted to raising all kinds fruits, Peaches Pears, Apricots, Plums and Grapes of all varieties do well. For Truck Farming this land can not be beaten in Texas, and it is fast develop- ing into a Truck Patch and Vineyard. The red and hog wallow lands in Stonewall county arc adapted to the raising of Wheat and Oats, Corn, Milo Maize, Sorghum And The Best Cotton Land in the South. It will make from a quarter to half a bale of Cotton every year, and every once in a while and quite often it will make a bale of cotton per Land in this county has made a much larger yield than the above, but of course, acre, * this is an abnormal crop. The land in Stonewall...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 11 April 1912

jm Si,' ■■y ';':— ■• ,.-v £ ers A A pwn or any \jed in Old each sspooh tomers i silver ted to How to Get A Set Of Spoons Absolutely FREE. W ith every $15,0(1 worth of goods you buy of us FOR CASH whether bought at one time or at different times, we will give a set of Spoons FREK. The Spoons are now on exhibition at our store. You are cordially invited to call and see them and get a Punch Card. Do nil your trading with us. You will al- ways find a choice selection of Notions, Hosiery, Dress Goods and Millinery, and a Dependa- f/tne of Staples and Groceries. Our Prices Mean A Saving to You Merchant > Bumgarner was in town B. F. Harrison went to Abilene Sunday. Money Oat Osborn went to Stamford Saturda v. ONSLAND Vlartin was on our streets eorgia Sewell was in the rday. urham did business in h is week. ie Oliver Chilled Culti- iibson Bros. >evie Huntsman was in the city Saturday. assage cream, the best at City Barber Shop. lennault went over to ■ to spend last Sunday. S. McCord a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 11 April 1912

Hi ■ isife * pfglip iiii ... * ■ PROFESSIONAL Eraest Herring ■;w) LAWYER & ABSTRACTOR Eapocial Attention to Examining and Pwrf®etint l*o«J Titles. Notarv|Pubtic la Offls* Office apstairs over First National Bank, Appennont, Texas, •. B. F. Wilson Physician and Surgeon Ileal Work a Sp«oialty OFFICE:—at tha Star Drug Star* '1. JORDAN, 1. D. Phjwldan and Surgeon, e at Aspermont Pharmacy PERRRONT. - . TEXAS V ' A. ANN1S .. Dentist... ;: ■■ ■ .. ,i..\ ■ ... Office over Star. Drug Store Aspermont,;Texas IAS. P. KINNARD, AT7X3RNEY-AT-L.AW Will practice in the. Courts of Stone- vail and adjoining' counties Haskell. Texas J. M. Carter, Lawyer Practice in Stonewall and adioin- ing counties. NOTARY IN OFFICE Office H. W-of Courthonw. Aspermont, Texas W. T. DANIEL LAWYER & ABSTRACTER LAND TITLES Examined West Side Square, Aspermont, Texas. |N. R. MORGAN ATTORNEY - AT - LAW Aspermont. Texas Office over First Natoinal Bank ASPERMONT J. E. DAVIS, Prop. Better equipped than ever before to s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 18 April 1912

'' mLk""' • S5?" Our-SHoc ALWAYS COM lent line of Suit )biest things in to R GENTS'lFUR Let us show yc DIES, Come ii >ds. We have al We pay the 1 mm Hid ( MEAT M We carry ; Groceries, to now. O our terms will appre< serviceable ion to Trans . -% / ne watches, ng to be fou REPAI rmontl Coir alwi will -IELD re firs) M ■Sl,. m ntl Aspermon^ StonewaH County, Texas, Thursday, April 18, 1912 Vol. 14. No. 39 imi mi;; mm mm 1 o. I «y * -<c rvHflH ■ BP8#iP8Bw« I# - Imil piiiiii G. Withers of Stamford was the Architect in whose Brain was ) has the Master Hand that drew the Plans. It is the Child of His Artistic Mind jonument to His Genius, its Beauty and Architectural Design is Unsurpassed s it a study and his superior- in this line has been recog- (1 in Texas, which is evidenc- by the many contracts that has secured in the last two or ;e years. In the adoption of plans fcr.the Stonewall couri- ourt house bv the com mis- lers court,/he had eight strong ipetitors for this contract, by...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 18 April 1912

lass i theaspermontsi *r Published Every Thursday RICHARD H. MoCARTY, - Editor Subserlptien $1.00 A Vur Entered at the Postpffice at A>( erinont Texas, as second-class wail matter Four Issues One Month Get your tooter in tune and get out and toot it for grand old Stonewall county. Well Cone Johnson is down and out and Morris Shepard is tu the bat. Watch tbe wool fly. Cast vour vote for the great Commoner: Wood row Wilson, tie will be the guardian of the people's rights. The farmers of Stonewall icouhtv want to keep it in mind about the planting of a i>ig feed crop. Reduce the cotton.acreage by all means. Stonewall county is alive with opportunities for those who are not afraid of work. Doggone the turnip greens, lettuce and spring onions, will soon be here, yum, yum. ' Cotton has recently advanced a dollar and a half a bale. It is just now cotton planting time and it is a bait thrown out to farmers to plant a big crop. Come to Stonewall county and pull off your kid gloves and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 18 April 1912

(■ 1 i ( s t t il I) I) h t" be urn Wc 3a V. / loneer nt. from ve ont in wes REA C( ey ake At Wri ' if<fc )= X*. ,-y ikTjiTATiiTi. on a full line /are, Buc rare, Etc [arness, Colin ikets, Etc. 'HILLED CI 111 r rr-\ / There is no better farming land in Texas than there is County, We have a diversity of soil in this coiinty. We sandy land the black hog wallow land, and in the west an there is a belt of shinnery land running across the county, fruit and vegetable belt. It is adapted to raising4ll kinds fr Pears, Apricots, Plums and drapes of all varieties do well. Farming this land can not be beaten in Texas, and it is f ing into a Truck Patch and Vineyard. The red and hog > in Stonewall county are adapted to the raising of Wheat.and Qats, Corn, Milo And The Best Cotton Land in the South. It will make from a quarter Cotton every year, and every once in a while and quite often it will make a bal< acre. Land in this county has made a much larger yield than the ^bove, this is an ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 18 April 1912

flBil Texajlnvestors. account f-mb-, y°Ur check'youdraw is"aliegai receipt every checky j volIR Make OUR Bank YOUR The Firs! Natioi Aspermont- Tex; to keep Besides uitsH youpay lank Let Us Shov our spring uj Aft things come to him who waits, i^TeSa you don't hye^aat lonit The tiae of' cmluataon !i8 !LLg into T«. ■lea'* dUr mines aie opening up UK iprings flowng the ?"0n^S I,« ««■ • • MP'S , stoim «1 go^cn TOh« mto tap .1 ** «"d "'"JtcZ- „ heichtag «>*!> trM.0.°™'L wealth nil pff '"£27- W «'"<* ,0Z7 E Timc-is persistent enemj Lldni a contribution of a hall mil naSXS r,Nl with our progress and iU dl ion i, ~a. '«• ,{ nature and (alls «■ eent'l ™d ,1 „ n10 flow from heaven, universally as the dew iro Ko subtle hand can divert it, an 16S •" «H from ,ts OT; Z£ 14 i! y0UM ?ou will stay with us. More important than money is op- Mvrtnnitv We have a young, vigor* ^ -v' f?/vn vet in its 'teens that jus civilization yet in its soul of the matured orator a# we have all heard it in bis ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 18 April 1912

m we imoufi succeed the Horse. We have seen the big traction engines polling Bixteenor twenty plows at a time and turning oyer a big area of land a day* setting a pace that horses could not begin to follow; but plowing on such a large scalers not always practicable. So it remained for a Barton county, Missouri, farmer to attach a gasoline engine to a,single furrow plow and set.a new mark in farming. Harry A. Bean, the farmer, got his idea' of the plow one hot day last summer when the horses were jaded from work. He put him- self to the. task of building a runabout plow with the parts of old sulky plows, bits of discarded machinery about the farm and stationary gasoline engine which formerly operated the butter churn and pumped water into the big tank on top of the hill. September the farmer's invention v. as given a tryout. Probably the machine worked a little stiffly, but it worked; and when the day was over nearly five acres of the Bean farm had heen furrowed with the popping plow...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 18 April 1912

hhhh ft? - 4: ' ; ESSIOWAL. Ernest Herring LAWYER & ABSTRACTOR Especial Attention to Examining and PMfeDtitagfLand Titles. NotkryiPublio ta Offloa Office upstairs over First' National Bank, Asjeftnont, Texas. ;v*sfflKgig Dri B. F. Wilson Physician and Surgeon Ileal Work a Spaolalty OFFICjfc:—at th« Star Drug Star* jt. JORDAN, I. D. Physician and Surgeon, Office at Aspermont Pharmacy ASffERMONT. - TEXAS A. A. ANNIS .. Dentist... . " % Ofpee oyer Star. Drag Store Aspermont,! T exas IAS. P. KINNARD, ATTORN EY-AT-L.AW fill practice in the Courts of Stone- fall knd adjoining counties Haskell. Texas 'J. M. Carter, Lawyer Practice in Stonewall and adjoin- ing counties. NOTARY IN OFFICE Office Jf. W" of Courthouse. Aspermont, Texas W. T. DANIEL , LAWYER & ABSTRACTER LAND TITLES Examined West Side Square, Aspermont, Texas. |N. R. MORGAN ATTORNEY - AT - LAW Aspermont, Texas Office over First Natoinal Bank ASPERMONT J. E. DAVIS, Prop. Better equipped than ever before to serve the publi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 25 April 1912

tf HI: mmk #& Richard H. McCarty, Editor and Publisher Aspermont, Stonewall County, Texas, Thursday, April 25,1912 Vol.14. Wo. 40 ex- full 5*2 n ) H 'v '0: ry rABLE pp:: %•v —i Special Hand. $ and ixas. iblc MOUNT OLIVE PICNIC WAS A GRAND SUCCESS A Large Crowd Was but and an Interesting Program Was Rendered.„ The Ladies of That Community Spread Dinner Fit For the Gods. Speech Making Was the Order of the Day, and Oratory Flowed Like a Moun- tain Brook. The celebration of San Jacinto day at Mount Olive last Saturday was a great success. A large crowd was out to help celebrate this historical event in Texas history. Three schools were represented to do honor to this occasion—Mount Olive,Rio Vista and Brazos Valley. Prof. R. J. King is principal of Mount Olive school; Prof. Mell B. King is principal of the Rio Vista school, and Miss Sudie Abbott is princi- pal of the Brazos Valley school, and each of them was there with a large delegation of pupils and patrons. The exercises commenc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 25 April 1912

Every Thursday |V—"V; H. AleQARTY, Editor I;*.1;:1 Subscription f ' > \ W&&I, mm \ angels announced his advent, and to which the wise came to wor- ship him, is redolen memories, because Entered at th«> FostolHce at A pcrraont Texas, as seeond.elass mall matter Four Issues One Month And His Name Shall ue Called Wonderful Jesus Christ is the most won- derful character in the history of the world. He entered upon ftjjs public career at the age of 30, and when he was a tritie past ;>?. be was crucified as a malefactor. During his activities be wrote no book, •published no sermon, built no synagogue, organized no army beaded no revolution, and left no material monument to bis memo- ry. His was a life of poverty and of wanderings. He bad no permanent home. He belonged to the common people, He was simply a teacher of men. In him was truth and he imparted it for the good Of others. He was the most unpopular man of his day. He was despised and rejected of men. He put himself...

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