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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 28 June 1928

fm l-Sv i •A' r The ladies of the Wesley Gleaners Bible Class will sponsor a box* Ripper on the Methodist ChKTib Jun 29 at 7:30 o'clock. to come. Ladies requested' to a well filled box fend tha> merr* A grell- - ••"v.fitoilaiY, -o Prank Wilson h*?. pu*?ha*«d- th# City Cafe from C. JJ,. ,A<pder8oi^ and took charge last week. o Reed Cozart of NoiWbfgefen re- cently appointed chairman of the men's Honor Council at the Univer- sity of Texas for the summer session. o The best and surest catch in a rat trap you haev ever seen. Guaranteed to catch your rats if you will give it the proper attention. Get one at PARTEN & PARTEN. 14-ff. „ 1 •vs.;- \ • Mr. A C. Bradford is here from Dal- las to visit his son, Mr. W. D. Brad- ford. He will do some carpenter work for him and will be here several weeks o Mrs. Sam H. Sullivan ,of Sanger, Tex- as, is the s&est this week of Mrfe. E. L Leonard. — — .. . . . ■M Elder C L. Sfceir has returned from Kearns, where he has been'hdTding a meetin...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 28 June 1928

I f' I I* f r I I I f i 1$ v I Sunday School • Lesson' (A 1IU. WwtMt WWWPM ITslM.) Lesson for July 1 THI EARLY LIFE OF SAUL LESSON TEXT—Deut. «:«-#; PhlL 1:4-1; Acta 22:3,27,28. GOLDEN TEXT—Remember also thy Creator In the days of thy youth. PRIMARY TOPIC—The Story of Paul as a Child. JUNIOR TOPIC—The Boyhood of • Great Preacher. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP- IC—Saul's Training for Service. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP- IC—Influences Shaping Saul's Early Life. I. Israel's Responsibility With Ref- erence to God's Laws (Deut 0:4-9). 1. Central truths to be taught (w. 4, 5). (1) Unity of God. "The Lord our God is one Lord." He Is God alone, therefore to worship another is sin. (2) Man's supreme obligation (v. 5). God should be loved with all tha i heart, soul and might, because He is |God alone and supreme. This being the first and the great commandment, we know what is man's supreme duty. 2. How these truths are to be kept .alive (w. 6-9). The place for God's Word is in the heart. In ord...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 28 June 1928

The Dairy Industry ———o Houston, Texas, June 21.—"The Dairying industry in this State was long neglected but is now receiving some encouragement, and should re- ceive continued support and encour- agement from credit sources," said M. H. Gossett, President of the Fed- eral Intermediate Credit Bank of Houston, when interviewed today. "The many creeks and river bot- toms covered with bermuda and other nutritious grasses, the various crops raised, good roads and easy access to the markets, should make the dairy industry a profitable business. The greatest handicap in the past has been the lack of facilities for fi- nancing. Commercial banks, as a rule, have not catered to such loans. "Following the organization of the Federal Intermediate Bank of Hous- ton, we suggest a plan of monthly ton, we suggest a plan of monthly payments on dairy loans, and a com- pany organized in Houston for the purpose of rediscounting eligable loans with the Bank adopted our sug- gestion, and while it confin...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 28 June 1928

■f 5 I II I r « hi I u I !;- If | P i M %p > ig. ! s \ :c<, u>; v 50c VALUE Girb' Picnic .Hats, fancy colors— - 39c Each 50c And -7 5c Values Ladies' Hose, Silk, Rayon, Plain and fancy heels. Also the fine Ribbed in the Jwst eoJorfe— -l * 39c ■ . . V , and you will see a few of the many items now on display at prices that r*viUplease those who want o buy quality merchandise worth the money 50c VALUE HANDKERCHIEFS Men's Strip Leather Plain Gloves— Men's Plain White Hemstitched 39c - I Handkerchiefs, 7 for— 25c 25c value : Men's Dimity Check Smmaet, ' - ? Union Suits, ' 39c -Siby' 25c VALUE Men's Bow Ties, good assortment to select from— . y 10c Each a-Su BOYS* Knickerbocker Play Trousers, 50c to 75c values— 39c BOYS' SUMMER UNION SUITS— 25c GALVESTON DRY GOODS COMPANY Where Business is Alway Goods W.VL. CROUCH, Mgr. MADISONVILLE, TEXAS 8 Letter From China —o Dear Edi^; I have just read articles by miss- ing-link seekers. Inr one was repro- duced a photo—an ape's foot much li...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 5 July 1928

-5= Thirty-Fifth Year — And Commonwealth — I Madisonville, Madison County, Texas, Thursday, July 5, 1928 Number Fifteen DIED 0.F POISON; HUSBAND IN JAIL Dan Horton was brought to Mad- iaonville from the West End Tuesday and placed in jail, charged with kill- ing his wife by giving her poison According to County Attorney Broadway, Mrs. Horton had been somewhat indisposed and had been taking medlcihe, but was up and about all the time, and just before supper last Friday night Horton gave his wife a capsule,after which she be- gan to have convulsions and died soon afterwards. The fact that some life insurance had been taken out for Mrs. Horton figures in the supposition, according to Mr. Broadway, and Horton was placed in jail with the above charge. Proceedings will be taken to have the stomach of the dead woman an- alyzed to ascertain if her death was caused by strychnine, as that is sup- posed to be the poison used. Lady Candidate For Governor Speaks Here A Master Farmer Is a Live-at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 5 July 1928

WHAT WE THINK • Xr i I i By Frank Dixon What's worrying the big successful men today? The income tax? Labor troubles? Business slumps? Market troubles? No. These are a part of business thrills and pills, a part of the day's job. The thing that justly worries most of them is how to bring up their sons so they will be able to stand on their own feet and lift them selves to where their opportunities and advantages should put them. o Have you noticed this to hapen? When a man gets strong enough to say a firm "No" to certain types of propositions, something comes along all dressed up until he's sure it is different and he promptly says "Yes" and zip goes another $500. The utility of not knowing is boundless, yet knowledge is sacre- il as powerful as skilled ignorance. o It seems the only fellows who can raise money easily are those that don't need it badly. o Women may not be skilled at driv- ing nails, but at bargain driving—oh boy! First Gold Digger: "They say what Sinclair Lewis write...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 5 July 1928

CHANGE IN POSTAL RATES ON JULY 1 A unmber of changes in postal rates will be in affect on July 1, according to the statement made by Postmaster John A. McFarland, some of which follows: Post Cards—Post cards or private mailing cards that now require two cents postage will go for one cent provided they are approximately the same size as a goverment postal card. Short Paid Mail—When a letter is mailed with insufficient postage, it has been the law to mark up the amount due at the rate of two cents per ounce and collect from the ad- dressee. That privilege has been ab- used and some patrons paid so the law has been changed, and after July 1 will collect three cents per ounce on short paid letters. Third Class Matter—Third class matter includes circulars, etc., and the present rate is one and one half cents per two ounces. The new rate will be twelve cents per pound if as much as twenty pounds or as many as 200 identical pieces are mailed at one time, providing, however, that the rate s...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 5 July 1928

* The MaJBsonville Meteor — and Commonwealthv 5 _ liJ u *ss=ssssssssss=L J. A. K*NI<|HT, Editor and Prop. In the co In the coi Out of co Oat of co' year,. >1.50 6 months ... .75 yearT 2.00 6 months 1.00 i, 1 ■ ■ Entered Urn second-class matter January 19, 1895, a£ the post-office in Madisonville, Texas, under the act of March 8, 1879. Notice of Church services and meet ings of societies will be published free when no admission fee is charged and no other charge is made. THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1928. Crop Prospects in Texas Dallas, Texas, July 3—Prospects for the cotton crop in Texas, accord- ing to indications of reports complied by the Department of Public Rela tions of the Southland Life Insurance Co., appear to depend to a great ex- tent on the. development of the next four weeks. Hot, calm and dry weather in all likely hood will produce a bumper crop. Cdttf, windy and wet weather may produce a near failure. One .of ifie surprising things about the cro^jrtiation as far as Texas i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 5 July 1928

••• 1?: ""'V;' «2« *** (T&'r w ■' / - ' ' M -■ -*r ':<:.V. • x.n . afc'J i * '*1 ' } • " ' - .. < * > t r? - - ■, j - • >Ia < H • Them! r'J "I *8 •* & ; * Business poor? That's the time to let people know what you have to sell. Advertising in the home town paper is the best * way to Utti ~>4*. i m : ■ s S , I "Mi -i '«•' ;* . E . w m-i 4- . V*. M j ? * ; ' > W1332 > v •.*. U* r„ ** ■ ; v jjf ./;v; ■■ j ; : vsi•• < . "£$j$Si ••i'' ; ' ' j Those who buy in the city or from a. mail order house usually do so because they do not know what their home town merchant has in stock, or they are under the false impression that they can buy cheap- er away from home. i i. ij .i b Mi l The Meteor ii >;• t cj ■ **•> ,.:a ,\*b -kt •>-.[ i S ■ ■ s + ■>**>* . \ *i * *''V f 'ti. : s ■ s if {« ,/ i'1 ! V *

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 5 July 1928

mm ft < W Sunday School • Lesson' > (k; rbv * . u kitzwatkk. u.o.. Dmm I Moody Blbl* InatttttU of Cblotro. (A tlU Wvtut Ntwiptnv nnloa.) hy persecu •cientious Thorou e oppose Is to be sgm to his co Lesson for July 8 SAUL AND 8TEPHEN LESSON TEXT—Acta 12:3,4.19.10: 16:4,5.9-11; 7:54-8:3, GOLDEN TEXT—Be thou faithful unto death and I will give tbee a crown of life. PRIMARY TOPIC—Saul's Cruelty to Christian People. JUNIOR TOPIC—How Saul Perse- outed Stephen and Others. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP- IC—Is Conscience a Safe Guide? TOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP- IC—Stephen's Influence on Saul. 1. Saul's Training (22:3, 4; 25:4, S, 0-11. 3, Taught to love his own nation (v. 3). lie declared, "I am a Jew." Saul was a strict Pharisee. The Pharisees were the nationalists of their day. Be- ing a strict Pharisee be was there- fore a patriot Those who are intel- ligently loyal to their own nation can most effectively help others. 2. Taught to love God's law (v. 8). "Taught according to the perf...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 5 July 1928

... •%">'*• -- Warmer Days Call for Lighter Menus By CAROLINE B. KING Culinary Expert and Lecturer on Domestic Science |HE housewife who gives serious consideration to her family's nutritional needs endeavors to adapt her foods to suit the chang- ing season. She knows that the heavy eubstantial dishes which were so satisfying in colder weath- er are not desirable for Spring or Summer, and so she strives to find just the right dishes to take the place of heavy meats, complex sal- ads and rich desserts. Spring and summer meals must be carefully planned. They must appeal to the eye and the palate, and should contain all of the neces- sary elements of proper nutrition. The Swiss proverb, "With butter, cream and cheese, you may keep away disease," is an excellent one for every housewife to adopt, add- ing fruit, fresh vegetables and eggs to the other three essentials to good health, and taking care that each of the foregoing articles is-of the highest grade. Switzerland cheese is exce...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 5 July 1928

GALVESTON DRY GOODS COMPANY #0 THE FAMILY STORE Believes in fairness to all—one price. Shop here with confidence. Send your children here knowing the price will be the same as if tne parents were present. Quality, Fairness, One Price, makes The Family Store a satisfactory place to trade. GALVESTON DRY GOODS COMPANY Where Business is Alway Goods W.'L. CROUCH, Mgr. MADISONVILLE, n f f l il I Old Time Corn Favorites ECAUSE of its presence as a 4ja natiVe of 'America, corn was ^ on^ of the foods which the settlettf of -qjB'-country used-Wn 'great abundance." And because "it was one of the few vegetables to be found, the variations in tfce manner '«f cooking it were m«y. Of course, the earl£ method of preserving was t to dry it, but, later, when canning became established, the recipes were revised to suit this newer, better method. Here are some corn recipes that our great- er eat-great-girand>mothers would rec- ognise as desirable descendents of their-own recipes. ^ The Old Becomes N...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 12 July 1928

And Commonwealth Madisonville, Madison County, Texas, Thursday, July 12, 1928 Thirty ^Fifth Year ■Jra?northzulch news East Texas Honey Gains Popularity Here East Texas people are hardly pre- pared to think of honey in terms of truck loads but we have a producer right here almost at home that pro- duces it that way. Geo. M. Jeff us from over at Crockett was in town Saturday morning with a truck load— at least started from home with a load, and by-the-way, hauls it around almost six days in the week by truck loads. He produces the famous White Rock Honey, selling almost ex- clusively to the stores. Madisonville has always been a good customer for his celebrated honey and now, with a contract with the East Texas Chamber of Commerce to use tljeir Ei EX label, further guaranteeing the quality of his excellent honey it is liKely that Madison County people will even be greater consumers of [White Rock ETEX honey. Mr. Jfeffus reports this year's crop of honejr as being of better flavor than...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 12 July 1928

V3 i J I V < Delectables for the Tea Table By CAROLINE B. KING Culinary Expert and Lecturer on Domestic Science A AFTERNOON tea is always I an interesting function, for it is then the hostess may exercise her imagina- tion serving unusual dain- ties and tld bits to guests who are almost sure to be exceedingly ap- preciative. Tea in warm weather may be just a courtesy name for some delightful punch or frultade, or iced tea with fruit and mint sprays for flavor and decoration may be served. But the sand- wiches must be plentiful and at- tractive, and they may be ethereal and substantial at the same time if the ingredients for their making are selected with discrimination. Switzerland cheese is one of the most amenable of all products for sandwich making. In flavor it is piquant and delicate and it pos- sesses certain important food prop- erties, proteins and vitamines that make it extremely valuable in the dietary. Sandwiches for the tea table should be invitingly small, the bread ...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 12 July 1928

SundaySchool ' Lesson' (By REV f B. mitVVATEH. U.U.. una Moody Bible Inntltote of Chicago.I ((Si. 1928 Wectero Newnoaper ITnlon.i Lesson for July 15 THE CONVERSION OF SAUL LESSON TEXT—Acts :l-9, 22:6-14. GOLDEN TEXT—This is a faithful saying and worthy of all acceptation, that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners. PKIilARY TOPIC—Saul Becomes a Christian. JUNIOR TOPIC—Saul Becomes a Christian. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP- IC—How Saul Became a Christian. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP- IC—The Conversion of a Pharisee. I. Saul's Violer.t Hatred of the Lord's Discipies (vv. I, 2). Sam knew full well that unless ait movement set on toot by Jesus was stopped It would supersede Judaism. He was ignorant of tlie genius ol Christianity. He did not know that the "blood of martyrs is the seed ot the church." Prosperity may ruin the church, but persecution, never. The noble display of faith by Stephen in seuling his testimony with his blood did not soften Saul's spirit, but rather Intens...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 12 July 1928

I 5 v The Maduonville Meteor — and Commonwealth — J. A. KNIGHT, Editor and Prop. In the county, year $1.60 In the county, 6 month*—..... .75 Out of county, year 2.00 Out of county, 6 months—.—.. 1.00 Entered as second-class matter January 19, 1895, at the post-office in Madisonville, Texas, under the act of March 8, 1879. Notice of Church services and meet- ings of societies will be published free when no admission fee is charged and no other charge is made. THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1928. TEMPLE OF MANKIND Why the name Masonary and from whence its derivation, is a question that often arises. The usual answer is that the Fraternity originated from the crafts and guilds of the operative masons in olden times, who -'had formed societies to protect their sec- rets and perpetuate their skill. This is generally accepted and yet, without this origin the name would be peculiarly appropriate to Specu- lative Masonry. While it is true that the membership is no longer limited to those who work with ...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 12 July 1928

im£ s ? ?: ' i V, <P ' . ! ? —^PRESENTATIONS— AT T^E NEW REX TREATRE MOT WitI IY-T l*ESpAY,,J«LY 16-17: 7 * \ 0STHER RALSTON in— G ALWAYS HAPPENS". does. Don't let it happen that you miss this—IT'S OK! Admission 15-25c iE. J TSWEE^JES,", Paramount Comedy. *•——ir—* .. ..ft ———— NESDAY Afternoon and Night—ONB D&Yu WEDNESDAY Afternoon and Night—ONB DAY'-ONLY, JULY 18* RIN TIN TIN in— | "THE RACE FOR LIFE" A ,Good Program Picture! A story of Kentucky Race Tracks With PA THE NEWS. Admission 15-25 c — • fc ■ ■ THURSDAY-FRIDAY, JULY 19th-20th: CLARA BOW in— "MY LADY OF WHIMS" A SPECIAL PRODUCTION—AND OK! With "ARE BRUNETTS SAFE?"—A Feature Comedy. Adm. 15-35c SATURDAY, JULY 21—AFTERNOON AND NIGHT: GENE STRATTON PORTER'S STORY IMMORTAL "FRECKLES" Nothing better. You will love this picture. And it's new not an old picture. Directed and made by members of Gene Stratton 1 Porter's (deceased) family. With Paramount Comedy. Admission 15-35c COMING MONDAY-TUESDAY, JULY 23-24: "GENTLEMEN PR...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 12 July 1928

ft 1 Bai t 5> 8 QUICK CONSCIENCE NEEDED ——o—— Dr. Atticus Webb, superintendent of the Anti Saloon League of Texas will speak at the First Methodist church at 11 a. m. Sunday, July 15thf on invitation of the undersigned pas- tors of the city, who, in a signed an- nouncement today said: "We, as ministers of the gospel and pastors in Madisonville, realize the need of a quickened conscience on law enforcement, have invited Dr. Atticus Webb, superintendent of the Anti Saloon League of Texas to speak at a mass meeting next Sun- day, July 15th, at the First Methodist church. We recognize that a pro- fession of religion that does not make citizens is a mockery. The church stands for law enforcement, without which there can be no stable govern- ment. We call upon all of our people of the churches and friends of good government to be present at the First Methodist church next Sunday morning in this great meeting, look- ing to a higher standard of citizen- ship and the enforcement of all la...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 12 July 1928

,3gf w ■ * TO HOLDERS OP Third Liberty Loan Bonds Tha Traaanry offers « p«r cent. 12-15 year reasury bond in exchange for Third Liberty Loan Bonds. will bear July 16. 1928. Third L The new bonds interest from Interest on Third Liberty Loan Bonds surrendered for exchange will be paid in full to September 15, 1928. Holders should consult their banks at once for further de- tails of this offering. Third Liberty Loan Bonds mature on September 15, 1928, and will cease to bear interest on that date. A. W. MELLON, Secretary of the Treasury, Washington, July 5, 1928. ' CARD OF THANKS o We wish to express to our many good friends and neighbors our sin- cere thanks for tjieir many kind deeds and the sympathy shown us and the beautiful floral offering in the death of our dear wife, mother, sister and Aunt. May God bless each one of you is our prayer. —Oscar Burnett and Children, Brothers, Sisters, nieces and nephews. o A. P. Baker, one of our most sub- stantial farmers of the Fellowship commun...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 12 July 1928

. ''F-r" f: m v • i wmm ,1 \ I; GALVESTON DRY GOODS COMPANY ■4 % THE FAMILY STORE Believes in fairness to all—one price. Shop here wkh confidence. Send your children here knowing the price will be the same as if the parents were present. Quality, Fairness, One Price, makes The Family Store a satisfactory place to trade. GALVESTON DRY GOODS COMPANY Whefe Business is Alway deeds W. L. CROUCH, Mgr. MADISONVILLE, TEXAS 1' mmmm wm%M Mfi; Tyffi @«HHaliy mi mh wet-e hm §atufday ifi the iHtefiHrt ef Ma fcteHRallfs esnairtftgy f8F m lining States We will say that fe @«RHaiiy is a §8«d t;aRiflai#he* fcgty HHtl is tlnubtless tnaMn# herself ml Whefevef ihe *des lh Wiflfliflg ¥8tet.-s fwp hei1 hasbaHtl: §he alwust BtfiHitted us te §uppe?t Ma @8RHatty !H fdaee ef Ma Mayfield-. II Ma Mayfieid fiad teeR ii¥t>H a laif eham ift this last &R? yeats we would ha?e aawi8ft«d Ma 6dfiRally* hat we feel as it te hasn't fold a fait t-haHee and m m willing to give hita aa bppa tohity ttt his test ty tR...

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