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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 14 November 1902

; r f Ic At fln*. plngponj? was looked upon as a it J and harmless pastime, as, indeed lost people still Imagine It to be. Plngpong eye, plngpong foot, plngpong elbow are looked upon as fictions of the alarmist. An ar- dent pingpongist (feminine) has broken off her en- gagement because the young man would not play, and even tried to prevent her from playing. It is a good thing that it was not the young man who broke off the engagement for a like reason, or we should find pingpong instantly ban- ished from society by alarmed mam- mas. A young woman, well educated and In comfortable circumstances, has just completed a five years' experience of general servants' work. She undertook the task voluntar- ily, because she was 'interested in the domestic serv- ant problem. Her conclusion is that both sides are to blame for the present unsatis- factory state of affairs. In her own words: "I be- lieve the servant girl problem can "be solved only by a Christian educa- tion. The employers and se...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 14 November 1902

< "T V '4, 1 i ontgomery News, S. M. SMITH. Local Editor Street. Montgomery, Texas, November 11, 1902. $1.00 a Year. I ; Personals. R. A. Powell spent Sun- fat home. '"Sir- S. M. Williams and wife /'nave been visiting at Planters- ville. Mr. Jack Majors, of San An- tonio, has gone home after vis- iting relatives here. Mrs. I. C. Davis has returned home from her visit to her sister in San Antonio. Mrs. O. P. Stark spent the past week at Waco attending the Baptist general convention. Miss Nora Lane and Mis3 Eva Williams, of Bobbin, were visit- ing here last Sunday. Miss Lin a Berkley, Miss Em- ma Gay and Miss Anna Griffith went to Conroe to attend the show Tuesday. Little Locals. Rev. H. A. Peynghaus preached last Sunday night to a large con- gregation. * # # Mrs. J. H. Davis, who has been living here the past two and a half years, has gone back to her old home in Tennessee. * * * Mrs. Lucy I. Morris died Sat- urday about noon and was buried Sunday at 2 o'clock. The be- reaved ones...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 28 August 1903

v* X,, LEE M. mAXSR.. Publisher ruBUSHCLI /M THf tNTMHKST Of OONirOM AND MONTaOHMnY OOUMTY owe DOLLAR. A YEAR. IN ADVANCE NOMBteR^,,Q: , 1 p " |* CONRO®, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1903. NINTH YEAR. SC"°V^ Chas. Parks &• Hatian Shoes Oxfords Hanan Shoes always win words of praise from criti cal judges of foot-wear, be cause of their perfect fitting qualities and neat appear- ance Is the result obtained by using only the best material and employing the best skilled labor. They are constructed on the newest lasts. This insures their be- ing stylish and extremely comfortable. The Walk-Over shoe can be had in calf, vici and patent leathers. They wear equal to most $5.00 shoes. Price $3.50 Kid Gloves Our $1.00 Kid Glove was selected from a hos+ of others as being the softest, best finished and best sewed. It is made Of the finest French kid and is warranted to give satisfactory wear. We have a complete assortment of sixes in black, tau and white. $1.00 Through a for...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 28 August 1903

WRIER. nil Pub. V - TEXAS rS bF EVERYWHERE. • :'.1 %- Texae has established quarantino Tampico, )£exico. ^^-ay resisted arrest irCIilcV- was bur^tf (lie next day, von the Merchants and CI11- ndtcap at Saratoga, N. Y., Tuesday,' | frfflrnkf , ;. y, V;"S rwo presents of $1000 each have been to.the Kpworth League ijniver- ^ Oklahoma City, auency of fires In El Paso PjHii)BBl£l(>n of Are bugs- andl have been ffl. Wood, a Lutheran iftlntster, «nt of Hallettsvllle, died suddenly irpiiB Clirlstl Thursday. Thirty-six mutual (Ire Insuranco .-ompaoles are to bo sued for forfeiture -.of charter. ■>* >1. and Mrs. C. B. Jarvls -werp ar- yj" r?ated at Houston on a charge of abandoning an infant. 4)ie nefero business men of the South met In convention at Nashville Thursday. • • 1 T. 'J. Griffin earned $1000 by ■ con- trolling the "wild" oil well of D. R. Beatty at Sour Lake. J. C. Cloud marketed Bryan's first tale of the season. The cotton sold tor 11% cents. ■£hft immigration at Laredo t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 28 August 1903

z Milesand Minutes\I ARE VERY IMPORTANT TO THE TRAVELER. iniissioners'~C^lirt Quarterly Report. to Treasurer's IS.. THE I. £ C. N. 181 Miles Shortest, 5 Hours 57 Minutes Quickest, HOUSTON TO ST. I,OUIS. 189 Miles Shortest, 6 Hours 57 Minutes Quickest, GALVESTON TO ST. iOTJIS. 109 Miles Shortest, 4 Hours 7 Minutes Quickest, SAN ANTONIO TO ST. &OUIS 109 Miles Shortest, 5 Hours 12 Minutes Quickest, AUSTIN TO ST. IOUIS. Correspondingly at Quick to All Ejitcrn Cities Through St. Louii. 6 Hours ii9 Minutes Quickest St. Louis to Houston. 6 Hours M Minutes Quickest St. Louis to Galveston 4 Hours 28 Minutes Quickest St. Louis to San Antonio. G Hours 47 Minutes Quickest St. Louis to Austin. M6D8RN B&.UIP.MENT. SUP8RB DINING CAR SERVICE. L. TRICE, D ,T PttICK, 2nd Vice Pros -A Gen. Mgr. Gen. Pass. & Tirkat Agt. INTnRNAIIONil, & GREAT NORTHERN RAILROAD. INTERNA! Send in your Subscription.. V* Do You - - HOT I* 3* ^TTKK of cwi'xtv flkanclis in this h\mds ok W. i'. TBK- RKi.i., Tr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 28 August 1903

J V w )NROE COU«"*i LBJK H. FA V£NTr Jtgnins' Mistrot Bros. SELLS IT FOR LESS -,'V t' • Buy Our Clothing on Trial If not satisfactory, come back and get your money. rv..*a (t a mm^ JOHN B- STETSON POCKET jj* _ _ _ 1 III I rhA. SHAPE HATS in Black and Castor !hl.OO W t&- SPECIAL, SALE Our $2.50 No Name Hats in all Oil Q Q Shapes and colors xpl.z/O til Ch;L K. A rested (rolling Beatty vale ol; 'or i Thi back £ -Into aecaus*. of the Lew R ALL OUR LADIES HATS AJ Cost ^ The Helmers Bettmann Shoes Are decidedly the most durable and stylish Shoes worn. We have them in all the Newest Shapes, Leathers and Lasts. ling, of the San' change, have 1"' where they itt change with tl Prof. Henric toglcSl surrey • survey of th senilis at tj- that It wil* Prices $3.50 to $5.00 The A bound caught blown ancho ly ble east of up and t We can Save You Money on Furniture MISTROT BROS, fit CO. •So. RICHARD KNIGHT, Manager. T v I I CONROE, TEXAS Kniglit Building measurli > * -4, (Tresham if -tmo i„ . W...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 28 August 1903

The Conroe Courier Supplement Conroe, Texas, Friday, February 5, 1904. MR. MEACHUM'S CHALLENGE TO SENATOR MORRIS. Inviting Him to a Joint Discussion Beiore the People. Navasota, Tex., Jan. 21.1904, Hon. A. W. Morris, Willis, Texas. Dear Sir:—On Nov. 27, 1903, you published an article in the Huntsville Post-Item and cir- culated same over the District and elsewhere attacking my rec- ord as a member of the last legis- lature. Your* article contained such unwarranted and unfounded statements and misrepresenta- tions as would ordinarily mislead and deceive those into whose ' hands it has fallen. Not having the means, had I the inclination to entei into a newspaper controversy, I re- quest that you give me an oppor- tunity to answer you in person. Upon the stump before the people who have the right to hear us, I propose to answer fully and fairly every charge you have made. At the same time, it is my purpose to have something * to say concerning your offioial record. This I prefer to do ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 28 August 1903

THE CONCORD COACH "V V REMINISCENCES OF THE OLD STAG- ING DAYS IN MISSOURI. Women and Children Were Alwayn Cliivnlrouik' y Protected—A Sketch of Kit Caraon That Doe* Not Aarree With Ned Buntllne'H Storlra. The individuals who were born too late to experience the joys of stage- coaching in the early days of Missouri, while they may felicitate themselves upon the luxurious and speedy .modes of transportation prevailing1 at the pres- ent time, can never in the slightest de- gree appreciate the delights stored up in the memories of those who recall the Introduction of the Concord coach and their many rides in the same, says the St I .oil is Globe-Democrat. The vehicle was a revelation, a revo- lution and an evolution that seemed to leave nothing further to be accomplish- ed for the comfort of the overland trav- eler. It was a cradle on wheels, a par- lor in daytime and a comfortable sleep- ing room at night. With its full quota of twelve passengers It never seemed crowded. In the summer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 21 April 1905

If You Are Now a Subscriber to The Courier You are doubtless familiar with its loyalty to the Imst interests of the county. The people's paper. The Conroe Courier. Fine Commercial Printing A Specialty Send The Couiier your next order for letter and note beads, bill beads, envelopes,.surds, etc. LEE H. KRAZr.R, Publlshor ELEVENTH YEAR PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OP CONROE AND MONTGOMERY COUNTY ONE DOLLAR A YEAXR. lit ADVANCE CONROE, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TEXAS FRIDAY, APRIL 21st, 1905 INUMBER 2S WASH GOODS. SHIRTS. ! patterns ; latest style sleeve and | ktrvii Wats'- Stee 30 to 42, Ei f W: t-": ' 1$ W f ;!food quality of ? \iy down, cut fn 7 quart EASTER SHIRT WAISTS One of our Waists will make a va'uablc addition to j*our Piaster cost unfe. They are cut and fashioned by the foremost New York tailors. The patterns are new and exclusive the material the very be-tt. The front and sleeves are beautifully embroidered, in a variety of H patterns : latest style sleeve and coll? mbroid- 1.U3, 2....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 21 April 1905

'n DtiiMtiM flIte 0iMiM9US Awiffcmt |A MdUbe amM «iHr Jtigtrt Wi ■fajfewlori IfftAspdM tteHwjgttjfcijfcf. Miwtftif lime miciirfiwa WBSj^P B^lD Jn|lw/iin9 ,, limfcimiiil ■«■* Jim mt QW Kv 5W OckMm mI ow vibiiithni OmiSMM mi]toe every brecrtb NEW HISTORY OF WAR Task for Whoever Will Write Descriptions of Recent Battles in the East Superstitions n, yet the vork In the reserved propitious _ ,.erjr agreeable men at their health- " borrow a thraso rhetoric—In n plots or llotti^';itts. The m be better spent by to factories or ware- r quest of a livelihood, e first week day in the get free from their ons, Its consecration □ work is in Some measure . But It Is lust possible that Is a survival of the belief vailed in old monastic times ilvary clover, the blood-spot- r . plant With a seed pot case when pulled out. resembles a ure crown of thorns, was sup- not to grow unless sown on | Friday. Or is it due to a be- the beneficent influence of holy day extends no less to ma- terial thar to spirit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 21 April 1905

V Ul \ > X I |"T"|^NfV| The Spring is now opetied up aqd U I I \J J ^1 I wish to call your attention to the trouble we had last year with hot chops, corn nieal and also w« riny flour, caused by the germinating' season and hot weather. Loolc out for a repetition of same. You are not only liable to kill one of your customers but accidentally lose one of your own fam- ily, to say nothing of your horses and cows. . Yours truly, Flour, Kee4, Bacon, \ A TW ( Wholosnle Broker- IlniiiH ' r«l, Etc. / t# • jjjLGs&J JLJ V uml Commission COKTROE, - - - - 'S'ESSC.A.gS. Y X A Matter of Health! HE best, of course, Is the cheap- est. Our Drugs are always fresh and pure .-. .\ .\ 1 i fig Th Capitol Drug Store S. K. HAILEY, Proprietor. B rs Another Object Lesson. It is very singular tlisjt men in Montgomery county who own lands and have access to almost unlimited free pasturage, abun- dant water and good range, do not devote more attention to stock raising. It has been dem- onstrated that twen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 21 April 1905

L ud Pub.. TEXAS. — EVERYWHERE. at became a great and thtngn Japan- of lite and suicided at St. Peters- ed the removal of i cartoons and de- aud other legal or- in of San Bernardino, Cal. to sink oil wells at regards the Ardmore > among the richest In the that Illinois build a i Lincoln home as a State t the Lewis and Clark Expo- some of the original portion of the business ngrale. Maine, together lllngs, was destroyed, tiling a loss estl- Bierne and associates of have been granted <n electric street car srille, same to be In r ii i 06. s highest prices ever autograph letter of has Just been re- i sale la New York 110. b man, was arrested night charged Smith, also The killing was , year ago. i la the report from nt General Stos- llty condemned appointed er of Port ime occur- Slssonsma, a of the mountain, several points In Queens- Is dead at He came to and llled with iwset, B old, I'Ok- ■ by a • track. i the body <■ has agreed to al Creamery ., free water ny will be- at a pl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 21 April 1905

J/ ' v"^ WORK OF THE 29TH LEGISLAT WORK OF THE SESSION. During the session there were intro- duced in the House 642 bills and twen- ty-five joint resolutions, and in the Sen- ate 321 bills and twelve joint resolu- tions; a total of 1,000 measures intro- duced in both houses, exclusive of con- current and simple resolutions. Of these there were enacted 77 gen- eral House bills, 71 local House bills and 2 joint House resolutions; 57 gen- eral Senate bills, 30 local Senate bills 1 Senate joint resolution, al number of measures enacted |f which 138 were of a general na- il 101 local. Governor vetoed two bills, ly, one of the Denison charter [ndment bills and the bill author- election of a County Superintend- pf Education in Travis County by op!e outside the city of Austin, overshadowing feature of the islature was ti|e taxation legisla- t. Among other important measures exacted were the following: The State lank bill. The drainage bill. The bill providing for State, county and city depo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 21 April 1905

p? ! f'l 'he May Wanton's Fashion Sheets for April and May have just been received and are ready tor distribution. They are given free to those who call at our store. The new designs are beautiful, We keep the May Mantons Pat- erns; and remember, they Be!! at the popular price, ioc. FOLLOW THE CROWD o wtm&mwtmc^:wkv^3sz":2>mHv;uuu fW Je do not want you to feel that in order to see these goods you must purchase. We want you to come as a visitor. Any one of our Ml ST ROT'S ONE PRICE---THAT salespeople will gladly show you through the store; the buying will be an after consideration. You ^ are at liberty to loo:; as much as | CASH 1 ^ii "to like^to feel! perfectly at home azsnBEKSEzr raiss^SH3S3SEia! !T5< MEDITATE UPON IMPORTANCE OF FOLLOWING PRICES: & i Ml ST ROT HAS ST FOR-LESS, 7 y It seems almost unnecessary to have to explain to the public why Mistrot cess, and does sell for less. An intelligent amd reasonable-thinking person can readily understand our position in th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 9 June 1905

/ If You Are Now a Subscriber to The Courier Yon nre doubtless fumlliar with Its loyalty to tlio l-cst Interests of t ho county. The people's puper. 7 V I / The Con roe Courier / LEE H. FRAZER., Publisher PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF CONROE ELEVENTH YEAR. Fine Commercial Printing. A Specialty Send The Courier your next order for letter and note heads, bill heads, envelopes, cards, etc. AND MONTGOMERY COUNTY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. IN ADVANCE CONROE. MONTGOMERY COUNTY, 'TJJXAS 1 — FRIDAY, JUNE !>, 1905 NUMBER 35. SHIRT WAfiTS. 1 i H m iii When in Conroe ask to be shown our lir°f lawn and linen Shirt Waists. Thev are dainty white airy lo/intf' made with enibrod- ered and plain culls. Fronts arc enibi*dere<l, some in quiet, tas- ty designs, while others*;ire more s'.ioy I however, are in per- fect tast.-. All the waists have the ietf' mutton sleeve. Size 32 to 42. Price, 50c, 7fic, l.tK>, 1.50, 1.7C/1'98* 2.50, ^50 /■ and 4t«OU Organdie: Ulaclt, 68 inches wide, ve/ sniooth and shee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 9 June 1905

\ At the Well Where the i (let lc no further, lira Touch love lightly ,it the brink. Lent 'tla deeper than we think. Take the sparkle; do no,t drink. Lost each draft be Hweeter, ueurer; Ev«? reflecting eyes grow clearer; Dim Iovq'h vision at the brink— Lofct 'tis deeper than we think. * Still tove'H word—for pebblen alnk; Trouble not the waters nearer. Bitter denthK may be still dearer; and look and do yot shrink— m(p£h^/waeqs JZTO&V © (Copyright, 1900, hy Dally Story Pub- Co.) Marjory In her pink Cbambray 1, a long white box t naked under firm, tripped joyously up the little of steps that led to her dress- er's apartments. Her delicate 1 (ace looked very fair and love- 11 under the quaint Poke bonnet with bunch of blush roijes on top. and - soft liberty ribbons that tied un- her chin. , rich, vlwtd color had risen to her -a perfoctrnwtchvtp .the,flaw- era In her hat—and' enhancing, if pos- the clear sparkle in her blue- ' eyes. Her lips were parted slight- eveallng just the edg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 9 June 1905

ry ' '? -_c *. r i 0* " t foil. "ss"1 service jrf£s>t; ^rj^fcz/r/xifrT Limitations Everywhere. A person who inherits fifteen mil- Jion dollars may have requests for a million dollars a week and that would be more than the interest on the In- heritance. This is also true of muscle and mind as well as of money. How First Things First. Make a list of things not done which should* havo been done and an- other list of things done which were not worth doing, then re-read the list oil each legal holiday and Sunday. The Handling of Help. We should know more about di- plomacy for this subject, as every per- son in the world is an employed in some way at some times. The little girl customer, is the employer of the big merchant when she hands over her money for merchandise. No one is independent. What and When. After urging railroads for a dozen years to let me study with their em- ployes in the interest of individual accuracy, one road gave me a three months' order. During the three months...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 9 June 1905

r V \L CONROE COURIER - LEE H. FKAZER, Publisher. JBUSHED EVERY FRIDAY muBBOtnmoN rtArea. . if BAR - 11 00 Months so i Months 25 TO ADVERT1SEBS: for advertisements must be in this oSice not later than TUE8DAY . noon to insure insertion. CONROE LODGE NO. T48. A. F. & A. M. Meets Friday on or before the full moon in euch month. F. S. Christie, W. M.:W. M. Conroe, S. TJf.; John I. Butler, J. W.; C. G. Leffler, Treasurer; 8. S. Griffith, Soeretnr.v; Wm. Dean, 8. W.; N. W. Koberson, J. D,; W. J. Foll- mar, Tyler. MAGNOLIA CAMP NO. 796. W. O. W. Meets on last Saturday in each month, 8. 8. Griffith, C. C.; C. L. Saunders, Secretary; Rngland Collins, Banker. The great regatta will-take place in Galveston tomorrow. The congressional election was a veriatiable land-slide for Hon. J. M. Moore. The Kirby Lumber Company is said to have bought the big Cameron mill at Rockland, Those who are continually re- gretting the past are the ones who put the future on the bum. Harris county is all righ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 9 June 1905

Highest Product of theMiller's Art Purely Personal. Tci-? Cheap! And it's Pure, too. Wto Plume Is tlio Eranri Last purchase made since the decline in flour of halfadoluS So you see why it can be sold cheap. Hee any fancy grocery l-'loMr, Feed, Uncoil, \ Hams, Lanl* Etc. ) 4 J. McDADE. ( CONROE, - - - - TEXAS. II11 IIHIIIII1MII III H M i"|| 11 #|| 1 • B. Campbell, of Frazer, was i>: the city Friday. R> H. Griffin Sundayed in Montgomery with friends. H. C. Addison was in Gulves- ton this week on business. Mr. noil Mrs. W. N. Foster spent it few days of this week in Houston. Mr. and Mrs. J. Wahrenberger spent a few days of this week in Galveston. A. W. Morris, Jr., spent a few days in Palestine on business this week. Miss Mirtie Loggins spent a few hours in Trinity last week with relatives. T« „ wai Dr- IL W- Waters, of Mont- I 110 wQ-Pltol DrtIO- Conroe i§3 gomery, spent a fow hours in the c city Wednesday. iDru | ^ A Matter of Healtlii HE best, of course, is the cheap- est. Our...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 9 June 1905

i iTiWtoirrWK H T- COURIER. H. FRA5.BR, Ed. and Pub. >E, TEXAS ITS OF EVERYWHERE. A ROYAL AFFAIR. SPAIN'8 MONARCH WELCOMED ON ALBION'S ISLE. "tract for a. new dormitory' d dining room for the I. t. O. F. Wld- i' and Orphans' Home at Coi sicana,, been let, the consideration being 1,891. Worley's new directory of Dallas gives that city a population of 82.86S, with 52 miles of street railway and' a Jobbing trade of J67.000.000 for last xear. "Grandpa" Griffin, aged eighty-two ye*r , died near Elm, In Wilson Coun- ty. of paralysis. Deceased moved^from Virginia In 1855. He served In the Civil War. There Is a movement on foot, among !' Dallas physicians and some mem- bers of the ctty council to have a food JlMpector appointed as is done • In many large cities. The first solid car of tomatoes left Tyler Thursday. They were sold for 11.28 per crate and the car of toma- toea la worth In found figures $l,20t to the producers. WJjlle a brakeman named E. L. ilqutt was. maklag a coupling In C...

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