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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 24 November 1906

t 1 1 1! 1 ; i 1 Kaffircom. If you are in want of some fine bound Kaffircom cut before frost and shock ed before rain, call up phone 702. fd.-12-l. II. Chittenden. Notice. As we are going to dissolve partner ship we are therefore compelled to ask all our creditors knowing themselves indebted to us to please call and settle vp their accounts at once. . Your3 truly Henry Wolf & Son. Turkeys and Chickens I have for sale Eome very fine Mam 19th Brown Turkeys and White Wyan fcte Chickens. C. B. Kreuger, p-tf. Pfeiffer, Kans. Dli. JORDAN, RESIDENT DENTIST.. Ofice over Citizens' hank rl:tvs Phone SS. THE- UV III w t o Chicago. G. L COBB, SOUTHWESTERN PASS. AGT. 907 MAIN ST., KANSAS CITY, MO. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & St. PAUL RAILWAY. w to a JJICYC XSKLOW any other manufacturer or dealer in the v.-orli. v&h mm , or on any kind of lams, until , iMut-a i.uv-trauiij: antj aescriDing every mua oi higlj-grr.ue ana lw-pfrnde mcycies. oia patterns a:iu 1 ItlCLS and wo(Jerul now offers ynnc...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 24 November 1906

v. .-A i i.: IV Mi i Mi :i r i i MS i s i ? ! ii V if' I i 7 1 i) I i Ilk 1f III Mil . II . II v rJ ' -r -r iV, HlTlTw Stnte Historical Society P1CTOR1 AL.COLOR AND MAGAZINE SECTION Eh 257i Fear Hays, Kansas, November 24, 1906. No. 2 7 lMfii3m 1 fA m 'A If YA 11 V."l llfTl:.----iVAV-'.J A Y. te3XTST&1S . i it m it i nwfl rw i ill i-s IP ft ii P 1 111 m 1 S8 'Hi .aa BQP5 M iifi' i mm ';yje-is.'yri----'T-r.''' x- KNICKERBOCKER 3JVES ALADDIN 5 LAMP A nUB -. i Behold the wonder that the twentieth century man is working in the metropolis of the New World I Chief among them is the wonder of transportation. . Certainly it is the chief est from the "human interest" and the dramatic points of view. Six tunnels under the Hudson river ! Two, a pair, will give one of the coun try's greatest railroads direct entrance to the heart of Manhattan Island. The others, in pairs, will connect (with the .trolley systems of Jersey City, Newark, Hoboken, and a score or more of Jer sey -.suburban towns,...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 24 November 1906

PICTORIAL. MAGAZIXE AXD COMIC SECTION Oncof-.the Best Dressed Women in Your Town. Van can he that, nl at a surprisingly modern e cd forour New Winter ftyle Book. It win mow you the styles moat popular in New Torlc City. It coats 70a frothing. Writ for U ta-day. With It we will also send f rro a collec tion of aam Dksof materl. la. We bare over 4MJ v rletles the r-ttlet de-lg-DS for thia h'MOQ'i wear. Voo make sal ec tio o from oarStyle Book d d bamplea, and we eat -and make tte gar mem wptdi U te year rUr MWtO show the (rood point of your sfure. If you are) not entire IV sat With trio -men refund you monai Winter Suits tyjw m th. Our Style Book give you full particular and Ulns- iraira over iuv siyiea now popular la w VorK. It u n-nt frre. tog-ether with sample chosen from oar cuormiim much nr laumouabie h inter materials. The Style Book Illustrates and descrtbai visiting Costume . . SO.OO to f SO Tallor-Made Suits . . S7.50to3 Stylish Skirts .... S3.60to1S Winter Coats .... 96.S0to...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 24 November 1906

PICTORIAL MAGAZINE AND COMIC SECTION Frco! IT 61! To !!iq Sick and Ailing Euoryulioro THE CURE FAR YOUR DISEASE Dsliyered Free Frea for the Asking Fraa to Yctis To the sick the offering to every man and woman victim oi organic disease local trouble or broken general health Dr.Kldd's offer of free treat- mentlsglvenintbe that will cure up and SCO V. , . - rr ,--; "V v reason why you (houid not tret well if you will only bring yourself to take the free test ti eatment of these wonderful rem edies, no matrer what your doubt may be. -Cl 3 Want the Doubters I want to trive them the proof the evidence and thi ul'jry of new life in their own bodies ana I wun', to iay the cost of this proof all of It to the very lust eent myself. i nave iut my me into tons work I tola the record of thousands of cures not "some better" but thousands of desperate sufferers, hearty and strong and bijr and well: and their letters are lo my bar.il to prove every word I say. KheumstVsm, kkln'-y troubles, heart di...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 24 November 1906

t g THE HOODOO COON AND THE BLACK 4 ! . Npviu. know a' 9 J ft jrossin MAiP -""qs" - - Y J(AK 4 , , Tv V-?- - "pFn:v- "Tp v jl x-,f" - tj -----jj . , -r. .... . g; :p . . I ; ; ; ; J L - 0 THB OOHsTOB OF DOROTHY ti t I 1 n. i :..-. 2?r IMS ' " x 07, Z OUDr 'At Coac TossoorwY Ffi-CRACKERS M wm Gt ! I . V I Vt 1 1 I V Y-, csg ''''''' "''''''"''''"' I - : - - i . -. ; W US OUR BWRLU 0 A--.. J MOLLY CEESSSA GOT9 NERVET.Jf, ;r'tl.-i.;v-.:; 7 V-x::'::" "n ' - . a 7-.. &. xi WW UV iiyy&Jr AfiSL- " ' ?7ss- DOST VD THFR brrl jIl use rus W7Sf MOW. t ' o f ro! duck yer SELLERS fc7: 7-- ':- : v"" - ."tJT- Xr. - - VAJrfiv -:-V;--' j -V; &7;;-7-- r Z.y "" Ty5 W95 9 GLORIOUS ROURTtf. L . 10 r WASN'T, MY FAULT. MflMM THOSE BOYS WOULDN'T 'IET ME USE THAT BARREL. . r r-7 T - 1

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 1 December 1906

TJTTh 77 Try . 7Q)M W ' State Historical Society THE i 70L. XXV. NO. 3 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. HAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS, DEC. 1, 1906, HARRY FREESE. EDITOR. SI. A YEAR. " T -.,.M l LJJIJW'MI .1. I I. II HIM I ad Id Three Questions -f-With But One ss Answer. Dl mm mmm ICS m B What are the most delicious Food Pro ducts on the mar ket? What are the purest and most wholesome Food Products you can buy? What are the most economical Food Products for all to use? Ml IEI mm ID BU Bl sea na ni B HI a HI IBS na Bl H dl MM tea kii mm ma mm mm IB n n mm Pure Food Products lU Ed I IG9 Bl IH IH IH ma Ml a BUI Because they are selected, handled and prepared with the idea of a pleas ant business for years to come and not with the idea of merely keeping within the limits of Pure Food Laws. SAVE THE COUPONS And In addition to the pleasure of usinjr Pure, Wholesome and Delicious Food Products you can furnish your home Free. Sand Six Coupons for Catalog. H IH in ICS Bl a HI IEI HI a ID Bl U HI Mart Ste...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 1 December 1906

TH FREE PRESS 3. C. FRKCSU Ed. and Pah, HAYS CITY, . - - kak; The Jap certainly is sharper than i serpent's tooth. New York's chauffeurs have struck their employers for more money. For nce the pedestrian escaped. A magazine Is to be printed for the blind. Those who won't see have al ready their favorite periodicals. Having dipped his hands Into its money chest, the duke of Marlborough has no further use for the Vanderbilt family. Clergymen must now pay full fare on almost all railroad lines. What they lose In cash, however, they ought to gain in self-respect. And now an Englishman talks of the "joyous American face." Of course the English face is notoriously animat ed and cheery. A Cuban "editor has been wounded In a duel with a military hero. He should have remembered the old say ing about the pen. The Pullman company declares that its sleeping cars are hotels. It does not go so far, however, as to suggest that its porters shall hereafter be re ferred to as chambermaids. Those who ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 1 December 1906

r 1" CRISIS 9F GiBLKGOD A TIME OF PAIN AND PERIL MI33 Emma Cole Says that Lydia ZL Plnkhom's Vegetable Compound has Baved Her Life and Made Her WelL How many lives of beautiful young girls have been sacrificed just as they were ripening- into womanhood ! IIow many "irregularities or displacements have been developed at this important period, resulting in years of suffering ! A mother should come to her child'3 aid at this critical time and remember that Lydia E. Tinkhanx's Vegetable Compound will prepare the sj'stem for the coming change and start this try ing period in a young girl's life without pain or irregularities. Miss Emma Cole of Tullahozna,Tenn., writes : Dear Mrs. Pinkliam: 44 1 want to tf:ll you that I am en joyinjr bet tor health than I h:tvo for years, and I owe it all to Lydia 12. Ilnkham's Vegetable Com pound. When fourteen years of ae I suffered al . most constant rutin, ami for two or three years I had soreness and pain in my side, headaches and was dizzy and nervo...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 1 December 1906

IE STOCK ! I Ladies Shirt Waists and Skirts. I - New and Complete Line Ladies' Cloaks and Furs. NEW DRESS GOODS of every description. Fleece Lined Goods, OUTINGS, Rain Proof Cloth. Laces, Trimmings, and Ribbons. Men's, Youths' and Boys' Clothing; Hats & Caps : t Boots & Shoes, f - ZEIGLER'S sTO: oi)o3'S)(S)g)0g)-gja THE Southwest Limited The train that took first place in its first year t 0 and ls held it ever since. Leaves Union Station. Kansas City, 5:55 p, m. and Urand Avenue 6:07 p. m. Arrives Union Station, in the heart f Chicago, at 8:20 the next morning. "Longer, higher and wider berths," L COBB, SOUTHWESTERN fASS. AGT. 907 MAIN ST., KANSAS CITY, MO. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & St. PAUL RAILWAY. G. unt n T . r cry I HAM ft w mi f IS. fill 3f Will COST YOU I E showing1 the mostcoji' BELOW any other manufacturer or dealer in the vorld or on any x:na o terms, anui you nave rccervea Our complete Frea Cuta- iukucb iiiu-.iiin.ui;.; miiu ucstnmus i-vcry snm ot mcii-jrraae and l...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 8 December 1906

State Historical Society THE VOL. XXV. NO. 4 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY HAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS, DEC. 8, 1906. HARRY FREESE. EDITOR. SI. A YEAR. 14 Three Questions With But One Answer. What are the most delicious Food Pro ducts on the mar ket? What are the purest and 'most wholesome Food Products you can buy? What are the most economical Food Products for all to use? in IB rma an mm aa h mm K31 a he M IBi cai in Bil n KM a 91 IB All tm Dl si SSI I El HI na IBM I na -. KB PureFood Products Dl ica Bi Because they are selected, handled and prepared with the idea of a pleas ant business for years to come and not with the idea of merely keeping within the limits of Pure Food Laws. SAVE THE COUPONS aa HI ca aaa fa Ma ID cai tea u its aaa aa ira ui Id Ik aa a BBra aaa B I aa BI M IB M asa 13 aai an sai in aaa mmt And in addition to ths pleasure xa of usinj: Pure. Wholesome and M Delicious Food Products you aa can furnish your home Free. ' JJ Snd Six Coupons for Catalog. Word comes that a son...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 8 December 1906

TH FREE H. C FKKEsE, Ed. sud Pub. MAYS CITY, KAKS. An Odd Cure. Are yoa a sufferer from Indigestion? Here Is a curious remedy. Rev. John Spencer of Duluth has brought back with him from Ceylon one of the most curious presents in the world. "Riding on an elephant," he said the other day, "behind a native prince on a hunting expedition, the conversation chanced to turn on indigestion, to which I said I was subject. The prince at once pulled out a black leather button kind of thing, which he was "wearing on a string round his neck, under his clothes. 'What's that? said I. 'A hy ena's snout,' was the startling reply. 'What for?' 'To cure indigestion.' 'How can it do this?' 'It Is very simple. A hyena gets its living by digging up and crunching old bones. Now, it pos sesses in Its snout this peculiar virtue, that when its nose approaches any thing hard, such as bones, those tough substances instantly grow soft, and enable the animal to eat them with comfort and benefit. So you will find ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 8 December 1906

GAINED 34 POUNDS Persistent Anaemia Cured by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills After Other - : ii rr : i i When I began taking Dr. Williams Pink Pills," says Mrs. Kathuuiel Field, of St. Albans, Somerset county, Maine, "I was the palest, most bloodless person you could imagine. My tongue and gums were colorless and my fingers and ears were like wax. I had two doctors and they pronounced my trouble anaemia. I had spells of vomiting, could not eat, in fact, did not dare to, I had such dis tress after eating. My stomach was filled with gas which caused me awful agony. The backache I suffered was 'at times almost unbearablo and the least exertion made my heart beat so fast that I could hardly breathe. But the worst of all was the splitting neuralgia headache which never left nie for seven weeks. About this time I had had several numb spells. My limbs would be cold and without any feeling and the most deathly sensations would come over me. "Nothing had helped memvtil I began taking Dr. Williams' ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 8 December 1906

ss) E Ladies Shirt Waists and Skirts, f New and Oomplete Line JUCIU1C3 VlWCllVO ClllVX MJ U13 NEW DRESS GOODS of every description. Fleece Lined Goods, . m Laces, Trimmings, and Ribbons. mens, loutns ana ooys lotning; Hats & Caps . 7Tc;rri Tannic THE Southwest Limited The train that took first place in its first year next morning. "Longer, higher and wider berths," 6. L. COBB, SOUTHWESTERN PASS. ACT. 907 MAIN ST., KANSAS CITY, M.O. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & Si. PAUL RAILWAY. LELOW any or on any kind of terms, until you have received our complete Freo Cata losrcos illustrating and describing every kind of liia;h-p:rade and low-grade bicycles, old natterns and Litest models. "and learn of our remarkable LOW 1'lllCKS and wonderful new oilers made possible by selling from factory direct to rider with ho middlemen's profits. WE SHIP OH APPROVAL -without a cent deposit, Tay tlie Freight and allow lO Days Free Trial and make other liberal terms which no other mm iifltQ House in the worm...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 15 December 1906

State Historical Society 'r ! ' VOL. XXV. NO. 5 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. HAYS, 'ELLIS CO., KANSAS, DEC. 15, 1906. HARRY FREESE. EDITOR. 51. A YEAR. fa Y t: K 1 Ilr You Buy Seeeries liOOK FOR THIS MARK ltsbeing on a can, package or bottle, assures you that fee contents are Bure, Delicious and -Wholesome. No other line appeals s?B: much to ju 'dfcieus buyers. Coupons Are Valuable. Yieur-choice of over Two Thousand renaums given for the return of Coupons from LEE PURE FOOD BRODUCTS. Send Six Cont9 In Stamps at Six Coupons for Catalog'. o3 LOCAL NEWS. Shinney seems now to be the amuse ment of the smaller kids. County clerk Cox of Ellis was in town Tuesday on business. Miss Mary Haffamier left for the east on Tuesday morning's train. Miss Queenie Cox visited with her friends in Russell this "Week. Our old timer, Tom Parker, was in town this Friday on business. Ask to see the latest in Ladies Hand bags at Zeigler's. Dr. Jordan can now be found in his office from 9 to 5 o'clock. Probate-J...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 15 December 1906

THE FREE PRESS ST. C. FEJCEsE. Ed. mud Pea. MAYS CITY, KAKJ What Becomes of the Dimes? In some parts of the country trouble Is reported on account of the scarcity of dimes. What becomes of the dimes? An official In Washington sue gests that because the country Is pros perous people keep dimes in their pockets to hear them jingle. This po sition is not tenable, because any other coin would jingle just as well, and If people are so prosperous, as to find pleasure in jingling coins in their nock eta they would be likely to use larger ones for the purpose. The penny-in-the slot machines are held responsible for a scarcity of pennies. Street car lines and automatic telephones sccu mulate nickel five-cent pieces, but there is no particular use for dimes that would cause thorn to be concen trated in the hands of a few corpora tions. It Is not likely that they are hoarded in children's savings banks' to the extent that pennies and nickels are, because it does not take many dimes to make a d...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 15 December 1906

FMJL1NG tTPTHH CANADIAN WEST. . The American Settler I Welcomed to Canada. A number ct the leading newspa pers on this 6ide of the line have been, noticing the growth of the Canadian West in recent years, and draw atten tion to the fact that there seems to be no abatement of the influx of settlers to that great grain-growing countryv The Buffalo Express. thu3 refers to the subject: Canada West continues to grow. There were 4,174 homesteads entries there in July of this year, as against 3,571 in July, 1905. Canada plumes herself over this fact, with becoming pride. But what appears to make our neighbors happiest Is the statement that of these 4.174 homesteaders 1,212 were from this side of the line Little is said about the 97 Canadians who recrossed the border to take up homes in Canada West, or of the 808 from Creat Britain, or of the 1,235 from non-British countries. It ap pears that the item in this July report that make3 Canada rejoice most is thi3 of the 1,212 American farmers w...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 15 December 1906

zrssr ) I Liidies Shirt VVaisfs and Skirts. i i . ' New and Complete Line' - - I Ladies' Cloaks and Furs. - V m NEW DRESS GOODS of every description. Fleece Lined Goods, OUTINGS, $ Rain Proof Cloth. Laces, Trimmings, and Ribbons. Men's, Youths' and Boys' Clothing; f Hats & Caps - - Boots & Shoes. - e e e e S 71 Mistaken Idea Probably the greater majority of peo ple living in the towns of this state hold the opinion that the . Calendars given by the merchants and business houses cost the giver little at all. This is a badly mistaken idea and you are not doing your' merchant justice in holding such an opinion. Calendars cost good hard dollars and several of them in a pile, as your merchant or bank will testify. No kind of a calen dar at all can be purchased for less than six or seven cents each and one of the best merchants of our city is paying 20 cents each for his gift calendars for 1907. If a, merchant or business man appreciates your trade they will not begrudge you this ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 22 December 1906

. State Historical Society ' " ; ' , : -" - . , ' - . . ... .... , - . . " 1 (fJUTJ- JCTJJ) 7UW 'jjY :P We W aadsome Calea- 1 .. Merry Christmas Jj( jT JC JJ&J& " Jt3hJo' f- ' " - - PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. HAYS, ELLIS C0.r KANSAS, DEC. 22, 1906, VOL. XXV. NO. 6 HARR FREESE. EDITOR. SI. A YEAR. Tftfopee Questfonrs tea cat lu m ?rsa Without QriegiE Answer?: What anejtthemdst deliciouFoodlPrb- 13 ti ua kej t? Cf BfJ caa 9 OI l(J r is f it in tj fj m tt j tj iu t9 IU 11 h.J til u Ul fen ductson the:;mar-N and mtfst wholesome' Food D-a J. ...... t Mil rx n SJ buy? Whatarethev,ia most- economical A-itS Food Products for all "to-use.? ua itcai RnODUCTS a Dl ICS aa a iu 'fS wi u aaa . aca jna fid wa a . Dl sua 'M9 m it i - cm B1 CI Because- they .are selected, h an die d and prepared witrr the idea of a pleas ant business for years tocorae .amch not within the ideav of merely ikeeping. within. the:!imitsof v Pure Food 'Laws. a IU da w it IU Eia Li a iu Ul til Kia o k in ua CJI rj ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 22 December 1906

THE FREE PRESS Sr. O. "EfcEilC.'BA. ad FtW HAY8 CITY, KAKSi Children in Big Cities. The family living outside of the lar ger cities can thank Its stars for one thing, and that is that its children are not made a reproach to It. In New York, says the Montreal Herald, there are plenty of apartment houses where they will not permit families with children to rent an apartment at any price; and there are others where children, while not excluded, are inade very unwelcome. But In the wide country, children cannot be in the way. The farm house is joyfully made the bigger for their accommodation, and the long days of winter are the cheerier for their presence: Their mothers are not so wearied "by rush ing from "bridge parties," to theaters, and from receptions to balls, that their "nerves" cannot endure the prat tle of the little folks; rather do they take the keenest pleasure in their merry company. The farm house would be very empty without them; the city flat is crowded by their in trusi...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 22 December 1906

v - t t ! 7 WHAT CONGRESS IS DOING Principal Items of interest of the Past Week. The Prnldrnt'ii I'urto Ilicnn McKKace 1Iouio Kncx k Out Simplified ftpell ine Other Item. Washington. President Itoosevelt Bent a special message to congress Tuesday, regarding Porto Rican af fairs, telling of liis recent visit to the Inland and recommending that full Amencan citizenship be accorded Porto Ricans. The message in part is as follows: On November 21 I visited the 13 land of Porto Rico, landing at Ponce, crossing by the old Spanish road by Cayey to San Juan, and returning ncrxt n:orning over the new American road frcxa Arccibo to Ponce; tho scenery was wonderfully beautiful, espec.ally among the V mountains of the interior, which constitute a verit able? Switzerland- I could' not em bark at San Juan becausa the harbor lia3 net teen dredged out and can not receive an American battleship. I do not think this fact creditable to 'a Lation, and I earnestly hopo that Immediate provision will te ma...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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