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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 28 July 1891

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Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 28 July 1891

rijr 2 Thc many friends of Mr Thomas Domigan will hear with regret that he is very ill at his home in this city Mr II D McDonald closed a very successful session of writing school at Camargo on Saturday He is open to engagements to any who need his Hon I I Kiiiwilviiig of this city left on last Wednesday to enthuse the Democratic voters of Morgan county He will speak at West Liberty and other points before returning The entire corps of teachers in the public school have been re elected for the coming year Mrs Xanuic Iv Hiblcr being retained as principal Mrs Jas D Tipton was elected tax collector by the School Board Itev J S Lyons started yesterday on a several weeks visit to friends in Lawrenceburg and elsewhere His church insisted on his taking a vaca tion which no doubt he will thor oughly enjoy His appointment at Springfield church for next Sunday is recalled Capt B ATracy of the Growers Tobacco AVarchousc was in the city several days the past week He went home on Saturday to spe...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 28 July 1891

Ml t J aMMJMlllWlWlUMilMfcaamMlllUlW THE ADVOCATE HARRIS MASON Proprlotoro MT STEULING TUKSDAY JULV 28 1S01 FOU PUUSIDEM GROVER CLEVELAND Of New YoiU 1 OK V1CC - lltKSIDUXT JOHN O CARLISLE Of Ifeutucky Goitf Deicratic Ticket FOR CIKCOIT COUltT CIjEUK HENRY I BRIGHT of Montgomery County FOU SUEKIFF JOHN C RICHARDSON of Montgomery County Foil REPRESENTATIVE JOHN H THOMAS Of Montgomery let Goveknoi John Young Bnowx Of Henderson Liut Govekxois - Mitchell Alfoiid Of Fayette Attokxev Gex - - W J Hendhick Of Fleming AUDITOE L C NoitMAN Of Boone TurARimrit H S Halo Of Grave Register G B Swango OfWolfc Suit Lnsiiuiciiov - E P Tiiomi sox Of Owen Clerk Court ArrrALS - A Addams Of Harrison JmJmJlJJHJwiW l Next Mondav is election day Vote tho entire Democratic ticket Lot every Deinociatbo at the polls and sco that he votes for tin entire ticket Dont fail to vote for that staunch Democrat John R Thomas for Repre sentative A voto for John Young Brown is a voto in condemnation of tho Force Bill and...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 28 July 1891

M P U l r tl v 1 i K u u I i 4 THE ADVOCATE All Vouched For Two attorneys in St Joseph Mo have been retained in Milts against their fathers An idol collector in San Francisco who has just died had a collection of 500 little gods It takes a true humorist to appreci ate the fun of a piactical joko when it is played on himself Man may want but little here below but ho usually keeps up a fearful kicking unless he gets it The parents long vacation will begin in September when the children start going to school again You kick the bucket and I do the rest heads the advertisement of an undertaker in a St Louis newspaper Somehow robins never seem to get the colic eating cherries much as lho exasperated cherry tree owners Avhli they might It takes some people all their lives to learn that the man who does not make many pioinNcs does uot have many to perform Ideas of good and bad are more oft -it based on what other- think than own their own ideas ol right and wrong We all of us think we know ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 28 July 1891

w 5 1 ft Im thinking of tlicc giniiumn As twillalit softly dies Vml the golden numpici in wt Tints the western nUc ThtH set thy sim In the evening Of iv noble well spent life Leaving behind tho golden UnH Of morning sweet and life Jra thinking nf thee grandma Ah how dear yon were to ine tho gentle counsels kindly icn As I entbcaldo yonrknec Im thinViuK of tho stories Tlmt I over loved to hctvr Of tho good old times when yon were yonng And tho old true friends ho dear 1I11 i 1i olWii linit Illl UHUUII13 lMr kiiw KJ mi tuitnn an unf t mill lllllll I AIIJ iwinjmicv - fln fdl1 Mlt WAlll J Ileal Hfcum mu - Gpd Mens nnd keep ou child Im thinking of the happy day Ifow gone I spent with tiee In tho old homestead onSomeiset Where I played fu childhoods glee I feel again tho clinging touch ffd Of those dear old hands w sweei cThat have led many an erring one Hack to tho Sa tors feet Thou art sleeping sweetly grandma So free from enro and pain Unheeded tho llowci s and sunshine Alike tho cold ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 28 July 1891

5 H F i r f i ft 0 In LovlnarRamornbrRncoof DrCli L Mauon Died May 22d ISO I FrnmKtHfrtono Moi A ihoaummci brerao minim Ijj ltouMtOiU amiviniful iiimmxc Singled w itli the w c t w litV IffJi IV hialinmc in Mt StorlliJff Carois tt tliitnr s ad nml lrlof OiirlumlCliuliodiiit tliIiconiiip Lomin allow lu iru In jiief Cnn It 10 Iii life liiu cnilcil title j outhV imii nniR ncareo lmd li J Ami Hie sk bo luiIit with imlo Jluallli ami luipiniiwi forucnl And liU mlnil cmlirootl w itli tultnU With lilli niirulions thiillitl jv Uio Miieu anl iti iw nto Heat Anil tlio nrnitiuu lienrt U stilled A Hue friend afidlovliiRbiotliov Willi Cllll Citillllt0tll0lll s Who can chci r the jrrloMxmcd parciitt JiendiiiBntath their lieiny ciihi Parents w ho lniMicd on him Thiiiimh Ion j enrw llieii lot lug cam Oil GikI lool do n t itli pit un tlieiu Jn this honrof duk dcpalr Oh companion ou who knew him And v ho hold hi intmoiy ileal bhod a toir of teinlei fu ling As on kneel in iilcnt iiayu He llko ou was oui...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 28 July 1891

1 It 4 11 iki H5 f t m t ueWMMjiTriuiJfuiiJtavjninxuiziajxrit Lj the advocate Clark County F I- U Mooting The Clark county P and L U met at tho Court IIouso Saturday and was In session tho greater part of tho day1 the adjustment of tho picnic accounts -election of officers and tho discussion of political and fraternal aftaira cou sumingmost of tho time Tho treasurers report showed that nearly all tho claims on account of the picnic had been paid and that there 1Tas sufllciont funds on hand to dis charge all claims outstanding The election of officers for tho ensuing resulted as follows viz suing year PD White President W D IIuls Vice President Dr J A Snow den Secretary P E Allen Treasurer Chas Swift Lecturer L W Assistant Lecturer J P Davis Chaplain A J Lisle Doorkeeper J pianton Assistant Doorkeeper J II Kindred u u Allen Business Agent Tho following resolutions wnicu mo n1fnxnlanatory wero adopted viz Resolved That tho Democratic members of tho P and L U of Clark county arc hearti...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 28 July 1891

I1 I J 4 tt n it T the advocate FELINE FELICITY A Fifth Avenue Household Pot That In as Tenderly Cured Tor nx it Unlit Boarding tho top of n Fifth nvonuo Btago going north tlio other day I wit nessed an amusing a well as a novel eight On top of this stngo conch were seated soveral passenger but what particularly interested them wns a par ty of two handsomo young misses ac companied by a woman who appeared to bo their governess and a pretty mu latto girl having on a nursos cap and a whito apron In hnr lap apparently Bleeping peacefully lay a baby richly attired in a long whito dress trimmed with old point laco of a flno texture and a cap a marvel of milliners work consisting of a mass of whito laco and ribbons For a timo babys face was invisible Tho younger of tho two girls seemed more deeply concerned than did tho other in tho welfare of tho nursos little charge for sho frequently loaned over caressing and speaking to it in terms of affectionato baby talk and con stantly referring t...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 4 August 1891

Sb 1 H7 Y VI MT STE YOL 1 Year H Iuscstions Months la Insertions ljco Months J Insertions I too Months Eight Insertions lTk Sp I Onq Month Four Insertions j J Three Insertions Two Insertions Single Insertion it- - W w N r v nvmkjgnummwmuimwumfW9imrrrm - S3S88SeIb eti o u o o w o S55S2HS88 SS8SS8SSSSSS S888S888888S 8SSS88S88SSS ssasesas888S ccseeoji gg3 ssssasBassss 388888888888 gsasBsaissasB HM0Jg B888S8SS8888 Court Directory K CooPEuprcsldlnK Third Monday Jddoe John MWlay November May and tho Foutth in COURT OK COMMON lLEAB jcdob TJ Scott presiding Third Monday in COCNTTCOUKT Third Monday of each m BR ANCn CITY C0UBT 01UI MT STEBLINO iirst Saturday jCDai James W Groves presiding urday in each month Professional TJ AUNETT WUUP jSiS5VlTOotirU of Kentucky T CLYDE XELSOS U Will practice in thowui U of Bath and Bur roundiuK counties wtciiAsviUEjispN OfflceMaln St over Yotls flUy on stmc Residence corner of Clny and Maysvlllo streets FOKD of Mt Sterling Ky SKINC aSSfSTADLEU CO iTitritr r...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 4 August 1891

TR Mvn h r rn rr rqpcjcrxaiKMyftnw7i Trimble Bnos Wholesale Grocers BLE THE ADVOCATE SUBSCRIPTION RATES Oi ci u advance 1 00 After tliuo months 1 S3 After k mouths 1 W Hrrrlo Institute The next term of my school will open Tuesday Sept ist i8i For terms apply to Mrs L L Harris Lost gold Leaded necklace return tb T F Rogers and receive reward Mr C W Fowler reliinied Satur day and will re open her private school September 1 Mr T F Kogvtft warehouse on High strnol is Hearing coiupleliou and will be i ily for Messrs Ulilcic tV Jones Hit- week Mrs Martha Bin tlitd at the homo of her husband Thomas Barnes near Howards Mill on Friday last of flux aged about GO years The Training School building will Ik fiinjilctcd tlrU week when Major Fowler vill leave on a search for boys lie nearly has his number engaged now A now post ofliee has been estab lish i i this county about four miles oi 1 went of Jctlbrsouvillc and call ed loom with J T Grooms as lo lUstei The front for thu now building the Odd...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 4 August 1891

P 2 i rt Ik get E r PR5jf w THE ADVOCATE HARRIS Si MASON Proprietors MT STEUMKG TUESDAY AUGKST J 1M1 iv FOIt lUESIDKST QROVER CLEVELAND Of Jsow Toik FOK VICE- MUSIDENT JOHN O CARLISLE Of Kentucky THE ELECTION -The election iu lhls county passed nflvcrvnuieflv a nrcttv full vote d 3 II 1 11 l lAr lrtlw J Ulg puilLU uui liu yiuiu nia iwi wiu takon by cither party The usual Democratic and Republican volo was polled the Third Party and Prohibs not being in it The voto so far as heard from is as follows and Avhilo not official it will not vary mate riallyfrom the figures given CAMAUGO Brown Wood Browns majority For the Constitution Against Majority for Constitution Brown Wood JEFFKIlSOJfVILLE Erwin Harris For tho Constitution Against Constitution Majority for Constitution iiowabds mill Brown Wood Browns majority Thomas Swimm Thomas majority For Constitution Against Majority for Constitution GHASSY LICK Brown Wood Erwin Browns majority For Constitution Agnlnst Majority for Constitution LE...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 4 August 1891

1 THE ADVOCATE PICLED UP Too many people mistake poverty for religion Occasionally the wisest owl hoots at tho wrong Mine A man who knows how to wait knows how to get oven Tho husincss portion of tho little town of Blair Wis burned A fool is wiser in his advice than wiso men arc in their actions Tho first bale of now cotton from Georgia was sold in New York at seven cents There is the wisest kind of philoso phy in letting the other fellow do the worrying When you look at some men they somehow make you think of a de serted woman Padtich is infoMed by a gang of burglars Iu the last week a dozen hmiMs have been broken into unit robbed Every man ha an axe to grind and looks upon every other man with an eye to inducing him to turn tho handle After a man rem hrs forty he is principally interested iu getting rid of too much stomach and keeping enough hair on top of his head Italy gives notice that the Govern ment will favor Italian exhibits at the Worlds Fair but that 110 official ac tion ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 4 August 1891

CM IUU ytui rtf fcTHE ADVOCATE u Ik rw 1 - mm Tho RlKht of Exclusion Itov Dr E E Hale recently read oeo the Examiner Club of Boston a iper on Gen Booths plan of colo nizing thQ paupers of London which is published in tho Commonwealth After speaking of tho great reservoir of wretchedness in tho heart of Eu rope whoro millions of pcoplo arc glad to live on food wliich well bred hounds would reject ho says A fow drops from this reservoir trickle over to America To London ho channel is open and short A pas Sago on tho forward deck of a Ham burg steamer is about tho wholo of it Now wo all know that England must not keep anything out of hor ports Wo all know that in England you must buy whoro you can buy tho cheapest On that theory of course ou must buy your labor on tho same rms So that poor General Booth not only to uplift tho hundred ousand pcoplo who aro now without uflicient wages in East London his real problem is to uplift to the level which ho proposes all tho pcoplo in tho world ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 4 August 1891

- s 6 v4lfArlU twMmmKmtmMmmmiilimmwx k xi iwnmm iwipimmWiVmm NEWS OF THE WEEK Tho cholera continues at Mecca -with a death rate of 110 a day Boss Heed of infamous memory re turned from his trip to Europe on Wednesday P C Havcmevcr founder of the well known sugar refinery bearing his name dicdnt Thoggh Keek N J Wednesday Tho Secretary of the Tin plate Mas ters Association of Wales sayH tliat tho Welsh avo nothing to fear from American competition During tho 11 seal year ending Juno 30 last 555450 immigrants arrived in the United State against 451217 for the previous year A representative of the anti-sub- Trcasury Avingof tho Mississippi Al liance has called a Stato convention to meet at Jackson August 10 The now Italian cruiser tho Sicily launched a few weeks ago has mado on a trial trip 27 miles an hour for three successive hours Gov Buchanan will call an extra session of tho Tennessee Legislature to meet Aug 17 U consider the repeal of tho convict lease sslem James Gordon Bennett h...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 4 August 1891

K Will hotter I FJ PIE ADVOCATE mv s i iK V lh FOR RENT lo nicely furnished rooni8 Mrs L L Harms The Mt Sterling Laundry is doing i first class -work and thoro is no need f whatever for any ono to send off their laundry when bettor work can bo had at home Miss Hutchinson desires us to Bay to the ladies of tho city and county that sho has some special bargains ais desirous of showing them thing you may need for tho fair bo found in her stock and will bo stfil at specially roduccd figures vj Patronize homo industry The Mt Stcrliug Steam Laundry will do you work and chargo you no moro It than you will havo to pay A trial is all tho proprietors hcy will give you satisfactory J Grcon Trimble returned on Saturday afternoon from a trip to TTnusnn and Indian Territory Ho re ports prospects for tho corn crop gen erally through Kansas and Missouri as short In some few sections pros- is aro line Tho wheat crop U Im mense especially In Sumner county Kansas Mrs John C Arnold died at her homo nea...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 4 August 1891

k iujl I TPM r S f P WWWW mi - n n f T S nMWWMmnmiwwiiji jliffjm aT ally Life Insurance at actual cost For comparison with Old Line Companies Ago 39 they charge 3019 per 1000 COVENANT MUTUAL only 1423 We represent L ouisvllle Sayings Loan and Building Company Authorized Capital 5000000 Payments CO cents per month on J3 Shares pays a profit of 486 in 7 years Borrowers pay 1450 per month on each 1000 borrowed BnsineES solicited in any of the above lines Agents -wanted for COVENANT MUTUAL Benefit As sociation Yours Truly T F ROGERS Co Ask my Rfrenti for W 1 noogla Shoe If not for il In yonr place nsu year denier to end far cntiuouue secure the agency and set them for you CJTTAKE KO HUI1ST1TUTEA TOR PAIW WHY 18 THE W L DOUGLAS S3 SHOE oenmh THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEIr It li a tcsmleu shoe with no tacks or wx thread to hurt the feet made of the beat tin calf stylish and easy and because tea make more shots of tMs grade than any othtr manufacturer It equals hand ewed shoes c...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 25 August 1891

M 10 i m jfc Kt mm g High and f Wji Pniff mU VOL 2 o fMT STERLING ADVOCATE ADVERTISING One Year 52 Insertions 0IUCU1T COl V iomlay a nay Jciqe John K Coopkk iiifeTl May and the Fourth JfondV f11 Judge TJ Scott presiding M liaar 1D September mid March I rmnT JcnoE Lewis Armisox li1 YCju and tcr Third Monday In Janifr October L county crf Third Monday of each monj EH NCn Jivw u tlnnviirmiain KV h and Will practice rounding counties TltfIIATIUKnS II tn i i l krTonn 1 llVblUllllt i lrv i OraccMnlnStWoVuWny Hcsldcnce corner of Cly undMtni 3 G KINO FORD of Sterling Ky STKUUkBCO IS ALLEN tnVLER AlIEnSON KCaWtoCdoSanCoKy A1LYZELKIUO AAIlAZkLKluii s riivAtty ifv OnlecComt Street - - a VrtTAVI at ManllftreauMnnatl0 51 S Tyler Lewis Appcreon wM Attorneyani iUU OlUi aBSHV7 Courts gaiSS in the superior and Appellate Caldwell minimis WA DKlIAVEN tln lli icr Onice Court Sticct Will practko In all Courts of the CoinmoiiMCaltn W A WDDOTli H U RTONl 0 Comer Sth and Court Mace Tclephono Itinj2 nil t I...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 25 August 1891

lsa L SH MotrmWM lllMnJJf i 2 1 1 III irimiiTTTyTgy7 11 J tl I iliit 1 j - Wanted A narlv desires to buy 15 or 20 acies of laud near the city Apply at this ofllcc Reserved seats on sale at Lloyds drug store for the Marie Prescott combination Bora on Sunday August 1C to the wife of J M Elliott of FlaVireek a son George Hamilton The Ml Sterling Training School for boys will begin ths years wcrk Tuesday September 1st The Montgomery County Tcacheis Institute began hero vcsteulav Pro C A Leonard is conducting it las Pickrcll has moved to tho hand some new rcsidenco he has recently completed 011 Holt avenue Seven thousand acres of grain were destroyed by a halMrom in Xorth Dakota on Thur day morning Mrs Fowler Mill leopen her pri mary and iiitcrmcdlato school Tues day September lt Xuinbcr limited Judge Andicw Egbert Police Judge of Crab Orchad was shot and killed by Thomas Saunders Marshal of that place on Wednesday Miss Sallie Berkley has been en gaged in charge ol tho Howards Mil school...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 25 August 1891

h h - cmMiTMrTTiVifr pmmnmiHEMj gm i THE ADVOCATE HARRIS MASON Proprloto IT STEKMNG TUESDAY AUG 18 FOK PRESIDENT OROVER CLEVELAND OX cv York FOR VICE - PRESIDENT JOHN O CARLISLE f Of Kentucky 1 THE TOBACCO WAREHOSE f TION n - - - llrl inn Kvcnaniro w aieiioiisof ul have tho world boliovo that AUC V tho Kentucky Tobacco Growcsso tion at their recent Ing failed to re elect three their former directors that they a in imu8s among inomsoivcs uuuui nArc warehousemen aro sorrylch is Wb tho caso but tlio facts anything Bid bo further from the tru All Barker had said milehe was allowed to take stock cnou in the the business of tho linnsn tnhako it an object of special interest him ho preferred to retire His jiposition was considered antagonist to tho charter and against tho be interests i pf tho house so ho voluntjiy with drew Mr Dowcss becamjllsplcascd last April because ho wasH selected as manager of tho house sft i a huff Went off and bought to thousand dollors worth of stock in 10 Farmer...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 25 August 1891

f m THfe ADVOCATE A Knot or Nautical Mile How much is u knot Thii ques tion is asked wo bcliovo in every sea passage by some passenger or othor and never meets with a clear reply Sailors tlicmselvcs do not describe it distinctly and books of reference dif fer as to its dimensions We purpose o answer the question here A knot is one sixtieth of a mean degree of tho earths meridian This definition requires explanation and numerical computation Tho earths meridian is commonly described as any circle- whose centre is the centro of tho earth and whose circumferenco passes through tho poles This is not exact as tho meridian is not a true circle Evidently it would be a true circle if tho earth were a truo tphcro but tho earth is not a truo sphere it is a sphereoid its diameter mcaMired on the axis being less than tho diam eter at the equator Hence tho cir cumference of a section of tho earth by a plane passing through its ccnlre and the poles which Irruiiiferrnce is a meridian is not a true...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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