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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 13 January 1888

SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., -FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 13. 1888. ___________ llmt ,??lent Q[imes-$tflir,ler (CONSOLIDATED.) 13 PUBLISHED EVERY F It I I) A. V MOnNINO, ? t 91.BO Per Yonr, STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. If no* paiil in advance 92 will be charged. . T.CRABTREG. CHAS.D. DENIT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEMIT & WEBBER, rakllakm mm* Proprietors. ???^p? ADVEKTINlHti RATES. rrMMlMl Ad??rHMBie?U-thoM runsing leaa than sixty days?will b? Inserted st the rets of 75eU per square for the first luitfUott.sad M oenUi for ?wh sddlUonsI lnrreftMBlonel or oih?/ T?? \ oas square. or lets. om wtr.JUWi six tnentha, ft.60; three ion t ha to.00. Longer advertisements subject to apeelal oon tract. Oklturlts m4 Tributes of Respect, ?rhsn they exoeed tec lines, will be charged lor stthersteof 6 oents per line for sll aucb sxoeas. All Vats muat be on metsi foundation, when they will be Inserted without extra harge. Advertlaeinents to Insure Insertion In sny clven laaue, ahould roach thlsoAo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 13 January 1888

( Consolidate*) Augrust 16,1883.) Kill DAY. JANUARY 13, IKK8. OH AS. D. DENIT. Editor. THANK G. WEBBER, Associate. .m %& 5* OUR prBLIC SCHOOLS. W ? are glad to know the* measures are being devised looking to the lm provement of the public schools in this vicinity. There Is, Indeed, gnat room for improvement,anil a.I efforts in this direction have our entire sympathy. We think we correctly represent the sentiments of a very large majority of our citizens, w* might say of all, *hen we say that we hope in the n? ar future the Salem white public school will* uierge from Its present Mate of humiliation into on** of confident worth and become the just piide of all nurci- ens. The biggest Republican in this county remarked to us a few dajs ngo that he believed he would now leave the Republican party and join his first love, I he Democratic p?rty, again. The string of the Democratic latch hangs on theoutsideof thedoor to you, *dr. and you will ho welcomed Within m| anytime. To n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 13 January 1888

. itru ^hucs-{tvyt&Jtr, FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1888. Bator*t ?' *%<??? >?toffine, In Salem, Va m itoond-cluH matter.] ?TEI3 paper ttttaagaass Ovuu<k.u i-W l?) in ?? ? i?( It IX NmW VUuix* LOCAL AFFAIP S UrritrrrHm in nntl Arnnnd Nnirm, ??<! Conuty Vnllrr* Brlffljr Told. Call and Settle.?AH person* IndcbUH! to J. R. C. Brown A Son will please call and nettle. You will And their books at tf F. W. Brown A Co. " I've done roy duty, and I've done no more," a* the dealer remarked. when he advertised a large supply of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup at the low price of twenty. Ave cents a bottle. Lost. On StUurday evening Inst, between Frier's Shop and Singer, a heavy gray overcoat, considerably worn, the property of James 8. Yeatman. If the Under will leave It at the Timks Hkoistkr office he will oblige the owner. Officers Elected.?At a meet Inp of the Board nf Directors of the Farmer*' National Bank nf Salem, held on Tuesday, the following offi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 13 January 1888

llomoiiu.de C^iinno. Save all your fowl manure from sun and rain. To prepare it for use, spread a layer of dry awamp muck (the blacker it is the hotter) on your barn floor, and dump on it the whole of your fowl manure ; beat it into a ftno powder with tho back of your spade; this done, add hard wood aahes and planter of Paris, so that the compound shall be cotuposod of the following, proportions: Dried muck, four bushels; fowl manure, two bushels; ashes, ono bushel; plaster, one and one-half bushels. Mix thoroughly and spare no labor, for in this matter the effort expended will be well paid for. A little before planting moisten the heap with water or, better still, with urine; cover weli over with mats, and let it lie till wanted for use. Apply it to beans, corn, or potatoes, at the rat<* of a handful to a hill, and mix with the soil before dropping the seed. This will be found the best substitute for gnano ever Invented, and may be depended on for bringing great crops of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 20 January 1888

VOL. 22. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 20. 1888. -! NO. 20. I en (?imes- Register* (CONSOLIDATED.) IS PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY MORNING, At 81.BO Per Year, STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. If not paid in advance $2 will be charged. . T. CRABTREE. CHAS.D.DGNIT F. O. WBBBER. CRABTREE, DEHIT & WEBBER, Publisher* ??d Proprietor*, ADVBKTllllNtl KATEM. rru?i*Bi AAvertls**s??e??tho^? ransin; le*s than sixty days?will be Inserted A the rate of 7*ots per square (or the Srst Iniwtlon.Md W ?ent* for ?Mb iddUlouk) lam*n^EVT5^M?rthree* ?5onlfi? f?5>w. U?fw ftdnrttNmmti sohjeot to special oobItmI. OMiuriw Mi rrifc?tw or bmpm*. (Than they hom<! tea lines, will be charged lor at the rat* of 6 cents per line for all aaob eieeu. All CnlM muHt be on metal foundation, when Uiey will be inserted without extra barge. Advertisements to Insure Insertion In any flTwn Issuo. should reaoh thlsoffloe on or beore Tuesday of that week. Cerr*spem?i?aee, oontalnlng Imp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 20 January 1888

$ahtt( gwtts-$eQisfi>r. (Consolidated August IB. 1883.) FRIDAY, JANUARY 1Z0, 1888. j OHAS. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK Q. WEBBER, Ae?oclate. The Thoebo Carlisle contest was decided almost unanimously by the Committee on Privileges aud Elections in favor of Mr. Carlisle. The thermometer on Wednesday registered sixty-two degrees below eero in Wisconsin. Go west, young man, if you want to. You have as mncb right to freeze up with the i country as anybody. The Senate has confirmed the appointments of Mr. Vilas to be Secretary of the Interior and of Mr. Dickinson to be Postmaster-General, and both have entered upon the discbarge rt *hr!r respective offices. Grover Is handling things nicely, surely! . It did not take Congressman Hopkins, of this district, long to get thoroughly cured of his independentiem after he got to Washington. He ' is now dyed-in-the-wool Democratic,! and acknowledges what his Demo- j cratic constituents all the while claimed?that the Democratic party \ is th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 20 January 1888

&ahm {giines-gftgister. FRIDAY, JANUARY 20,1888. ?filtered at the PostotHce, in Salem, Va aaaeoosd-clast* matter.] *0111 CI T> A PVT) *?*?T to frwinrt on fllo nt O?o. XiUO A ATXiXt> PThowcUI a t? * >"w,i>?.i><-r local affairs Oe?nrrtnrf? In And Around Nnirin, itnd Cant ty Xnllern Rriclj Tald. "The aweoleat thing that ever grew beside a human door" was little May, until she took to having headaches?for * time she lost her beauty, but one bright ?day her papa brought a bottle of Salvation Oil, and lo! she is as sweet and pretty as ever. (Only twenty-five cents a bottle.) Fine Residence fok Sale.?Mr. Perry Nugent to-day advertises his splendid residence lu this place (or sale. This Is among the most desirable property in Salem. _ The Salem Ikon Mi neb.? Through the kindness of Vice-President Kddy Col. F. J. Chapman has succeeded In having a railroad switch put in near his Salem mines, and is now shipping a hu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 20 January 1888

!Prl*e I'Xshj ] Planting timl < an- ol'nn Orclutr?l I nlil l( vomcN Into ItrnrliiK. 1IY ALFRED l?. SKY MOV U. 1. The Situation. Ground oh pahle of bearing h good crop ?>f corn, and {doping g?>utly to tho North is best. 2. PREPARATION. It should p"? duce a cultivated crop, freo from weeds, and bo deeply plowed in the ! fall of tho year before y Ian ting. Early in spring harrow tine, then take lino I stakes and plow in strips north and south, bringing dead furrows every i 33 feet; harrow again. Just before planting, hack furrow into the dead furrows and set trees directly over the furrow 33 feet apart each way. 3. Trees. If you have a good home nurseryman patronize him.? aelect thrifty, two year old trees, with one straight upright stem or trunk and light side branches ; they start quicker, grow faster, and when matured will not split or rit at the crotch, 4. Variety. Four kinds that have proven perfectly hardy in your latitude and are reliable bearers...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 27 January 1888

VOL. 22. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA? FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 27, 1888. NO. 21. ?alem @iints-$tgisfet' (CONSOLIDATED.) 18 PUBLI8HED EVERT P III D A Y M O H N I N O , At 91.90 Per Year, &TRICTL Y CA 81 f IN AD VA NCK. If not paid in advance |2 will be charged. . T. CRABTRBK. CHAS.D.DENIT F. O. WBBBER. CRABTREE, DEBIT & WEBBER, Pakllih?r? m4 PrvprlcUra. AUVKKTININU KATKM. rrawl??i ?Ihow runkinglets than alxty daya?will bo inserted at toe rat* of TScta iwr square for (bs first inasrtloc. and W mdUi far eaeh additional insertion. K|*?*o e\ rateeto- * ><BMP 1 Par*od. ??*?*? or *M>r BWc ?? MuKh-.wW, <H>r tear, #!* mvnttai, ?J.40; three moutna fA.uu. Unpi a Ivortlaeraentaaubject to special oontracl. OblteerlM awl Crtkalw. of iMpecl, when they exceed ten lines, will be chariest! lor at tbe rata of 5 coats per line for all auch excess. All Ost? must be on m?Ul foundation, when they will be Inserted without extra cha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 27 January 1888

?alf?t ginies-^egisttf. (Connolld?u?>0 Augunt 16,1803.) Fill DAY, JANUAHY 27. 1S88. CHAS. D. DBNIT. Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. L-if /c> t -A . JB -fr-lt The appointment of Col. Marshall ' McDonald, by President Cleveland, i to be Commissioner of fish and I Fisheries, was gratifying jQ h|9 yjr. ginia friends, but it vacates that office in thla State. Two farmers living near Little Rock, Ark., namod Baker aud Hitt, became engaged in a quarrel Thursday while dividing their land between a son and daughter of each who were about to be married, and, coming to blows, stabbed each other w'th bowie knlvr- ?n ?uch a frightJul tnM*wr ttm &a&? ..... ?.?lU cannot recover. The Legislature has passed a law imposing a tax of $300 in each countv ou peddlers who tramp about the country on foot, and if they put on style hy riding they must pay to oach county a tax of 1500. This is very apt to put a stop to a good many of the " itinerant merchants....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 27 January 1888

gxlern @imes-$$eQisUr. FRIDAY, JANUARY 27,1888. Kutorod at the PoatotHce, In Salem, Vh MS?oond-olWK matter.] (ITU I fl T3 A T>tn) m?' h? forcrvl on fTlr nt n?o. IUlO * " * ???*> >*. HUWXll A l>>'* f< i(lit>rtliilw Run?? I HI Bfrnw Bi.V whim' ml vcrl lulu* walractl uftjr U> uu?Uo Xwr 11 lS MiW VUUK. LOCAL TIRS Or?arrearM In nod Around Nnipdi, ?ad Conntr Mailer* Briefly Told. There Is one admirable feuturo about the barlH-d wire fence a^ll that Is they can't paint !>r. Bull's Cough Syrup advertisement on it. Lost.?A few dayw ago, in Baiem, a pair of gold spectacles, for the return of which a liberal reward will be paid. Return to E. Oppknhkim, At the 44 Exchange," Hampton House, Salem, Va. lw The Salem Public Schools.? At a recent meeting of the Salem District School Board It was decided not to extend the session of tho public sckoois of the town of Saieiu beyond live month)*, tho length...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 27 January 1888

Sh<? Tale or JamrVs Afl'nir with "*?> T*???rn Hocpcr'N Lovrly Daughter. St, Paul, Jsnuaiy 10.-The Wo6cj will publish I Im< follow ing to-uiorro?: The simple inscription, " Letitia Duncan, actvl ninety-seven years, j five months and one day," was?| ^M*ek ngo cut in a plain heHilstout' in the Hi tie graveyard at L>?ke City.? Rating peacefully within the small, anow-eovered mound, and apparently forgotten, is all that remains of one whoso "!:, beauty, courtliness 01 manner and nohie character in years gone by, were responsible for two broken hearts. At her feet a priater'H devil, who afterward became n President of the United States, knvlt only to meet with disappointment. Hero Is a page of unwritten fact or fiction. L. i>.?k. x. Q.?J. B. I?etltla Duncan was born in a tavern in Erie., August 2!>, 17'jo. Her father kept the place, and it was known by the battered sign <n front as" The Farmers' Tavern." There Le...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 February 1888

NO. 23 &alem %im*s-$tgisitr-(CONSOLIDATED.) IB 'UBLI8BRD EVERT FRIDAY MO HN1NG, At 91.no Per Year. STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. If not paid in advance $2 will be charged. . T. CRABTREE. CHAS. D. DKNIT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEHIT & WEBBER, raklltkcn Mid ProprlfUrt. AUVBKTIIIRS BATES. fmtiiMt i*T?rU??wis?those runrinalMtluui sixty ilays?will be Inserted ?V (W r?U of 75ots per aqurt for the Brut luItfUdb, and M Mito forjMMh additional In??rtten. Bpsrtil tour period. PwftmiMi ?r other eerda. occupying ad vsrtlseraen te subject to speolal oon tract. OklivarlM Trtkatca af Respect, whan they exoeed ten Hum, will ba charged for at the rata of 6 cents par line for all such ? I06M. All CuU must be on metal foundation, whan they will be' Inserted without extra charge. Advertisements to Insure Insertion In any ?1 ven Issue, should reach thlsoffloe on or be. or* Tuesday of tha' . sek. Correspondence, contal nlng I mportant mews, sol lot lad from all portion of the Htate. ?...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 February 1888

(Oomjoildntotl August 16.18S3.) FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1888. CHAS. D. DENIT. Editor. FRANK WEBBER, Associate. ,^ ' y . ? ^ The people of Salem ought to want ' ThU d? kDOW' What they want. They want the school bill waT draft Jhh ^fl8,ature JU8t as it was drafted by the County Sut>?r intendent, and it remains for Mr sha^^Hh l,a-"? " ,m88ed ,n that shaj* Otherwise tho people will want to kuow why. more aholt our schools. jst*woeka ag?a bm io?kin s to the improvement of our schools rvrr?'8ubm,tted *<>. and 0P. by,ih?8ch001 hoard and town the I n M ?'8611110 OUr de,e?ale in exnr^ii *5' T? have already ^WJ^ooraii "ovni; ? the oltfoet UJt v'?" * **y Vttii it is not a com (deniable ou*. Our town is sadiy in li0tH3 of a better school, and our people all would be pleased to see thi* need provided fo. at tho earliest day practicable. B^t we see from a priuted copy of tho bill as reported from the Comimttoo on Schools and Colleges, that it has been so amended as t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 February 1888

&nltm $imes~%$egisftr. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10,1888. Kntereu Ht the FoatofHoe, Id Salem, Va M?.;3iid-cl??H matter.] this paper Kftss iasas^cffsnfMrtswzssa % LOCAL AFFAIRS " If huinor, wit and honesty could save" from the Ills flesh In lieir to, what a good price they'll bring h> the market. Well, twenty-Jive cents will buy a good panacea?Salvation Oil, a certain cure. Lost or Stolen.?On the 28th of January, 1888, from my home In Salem, a boll terrier dog. Tail short and both ears cropped. Color, white, except head, which Is of brownish color. lie responds to the name of " Pete." Suitable reward will be paid for his return or information as to his whereabouts. O. L. G K08KCL08K, lw Salem, Va. Way Below.?Messrs. Z. Boon A Sons have a lot of elegant and stylish wraps?choice stock?which they will sell at fifteen per cent, btlotc cost. This is your opportunity, ladies. Disappointed.?Rev. Sam Small, who was billed to lecture In Salem last Satnrjlity n'ght, failed to put...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 February 1888

1 K^mnrknbl* Religions Revival 'n ? Lllllo Ohio Town. Cincinnati, O., January :M).?Tho ittlo town of West port, just over tho Indiana lino, and tho adjacent couny, particularly that in tho immeJiato vicinity of Wesley Chapel, a unall Methodist church, three miles from tho village, is the scene of reinarkable religious awakening, full )f almost miraculous incidents, attracting (icoplo nightly from a scoro >f miles about. Westport and its vicinity has generally been considerHi a rather turbulent section ofj ndiaia, though it really deserved nosuch 'eputation. ?A. gang of lawless fellows, few in number but bold and unusually vicious, was the sole cause of the bad name, most of the people being intelligent and law-abiding. A few weeks *go the pa^or 0f the church, Rev. John Porter, began a series of meetings designed to revive the drooping zhurch whose membership consisted largoly of women. The meeting had hardly begun when one of the leading lady members was found to have fal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 February 1888

Anient (ginier.-ijcifister-(CONSOLIDATED.) IU POB7.T8HED EVERY I?1 H I 1? A V M O 11 N 1 N U , A.t ^l.OO i'oi1 A'okt, STRICTr Y CASH IN A T) VA NCE. If not paul in advancc f2 will be chttrgtd. . T. CRABTREE. CHAS. D. DEN1 f F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DERIT & WEBBER, PublUhfm mul I'roprirluri. ADVKKIINIKV KATEN. Transient Artt<<rllHomcuta? H.ohc ruu(Uiirf Iosh th?>i nlxty day*?will be Inserted at tVie rate of 75?ta per nquare for tbe Hrst luanrtlou, and 50 oentH for each additional In-K->rt i<>n . Special rate* for a )?>qp*r period. I'rwfMitnnnl or other ocu . .. w?u'jpylti( on* nquare, or 1??, <>ne ye .r, JU.Ou, six niuntha, 17.50; 111 r ? months ; . Longer advertisements subject to special contract. ObltnarlM nnd Tribute* of Respect, when they exceed ten llue*, will be charged (or at the rate of 5 cent* per Hue all such ? xness. All Cut* must be on metal foundation, when they...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 February 1888

fulfill giiites-jgegistifi. (Ooaoolldated August 16,1883.) FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1888. CHA8. D. DENIT, Editor. KRANX G. WEBBER, Associate. THE SALEM SCHOOL BILL. Since the last issue of our paper the Salem school bill has passed tho House of Delegates, but iu such sha|K) as that it would be of little value should it become a law. All of tho territory outside of tho corporate limits, which it was proposed to attach to the town for school purposes, has been excluded. The citizens of this excluded torritory would be cut ofTfrom the privilege of the Salem schools should the council decide upon a separate school district for the town. We truft, howpver, that the bill will be so amended lu tho 8euatei that it will not be necessary to thus | exclude our neighbors. We want the people who have heretofore been patronizing our town schools, to l-aveatlcast tbe privilege of choosing in this matter. Should they prefer to be cut off from tho Salem schools, all right. In that ovent Salem could not ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 February 1888

g?ahm $imes-$$eQistrr. FKIDAY, FEBHUAHY 17,1888. Entered at tho PostotOoe, in Halem, Va an sooond-cla** matter.] THIS PAPER ?Aitrrrttaln* Burrwiu (10 Spmo. St.). whmtdrriIMM tuuUWO udVjr bo luuOo Ivt 11 IN NtiW l'UUK> T-.G 3Jf?1L* AFFAIBS I( once jou burst a dollar, Like Ice it uie'.ts aw -r ? A quarter In Bull's C. <? Syrup, Will keep for many a day. Found.?la Haletn ? fewdaynago, a gold linger ring, which the owner can get by describing game and paying (or this ad*. ?rtlscinent. Apply at this offioe. VEitr Valuable Mineral Lands kok Sale.?Co). H. 11. IiOgan, commissioner, advertises in another column to-day that on Monday, March 19th, (court day) he will sell at auction the valuable mineral property in this county, known as "the Starkey Iron property." A full description of it will be found in the advertisement,to which the attention of the reader I* called. Wanted.?A good gardener, who can eome highly recommended. Apply to, or address 2w it. B. Jack, Salem,V...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 February 1888

1 iiirVH MmI Baltimoiik, February 7. A pitiful spectacle was prisont(Hi at the Southern polico station this morning when a patrolmen led in h beautiful Kirl, apparently not moro than 18 years old, and so scantily clad that Bho had been fouud nearly frozen to death, huddled in an uuused ash - ?rt In an alley. From tho wild staro in her black eyes and her strange actions it was evident that sho was inhpr??' ilt>r !>?Urk hair ,,un?-' down h!i M^,he dr,M5,lo? r??a on it! had matted it and frozen. Her scant calico dress was covered with sleet j and her feet were almost bare. No ? one knew her. She did not appear I U. -e a vagrant, but was likely a ' stranger here. At times there was a gleam of in-j telligencein her beautiful face and then she would talk to those about her. Once sho said her name was Maggie and that her husband was army oflicer who had a pon8ion of #3,000 a year. It is not believed that she is a married woman. The police are trying to find her friend...

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