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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 9 June 1905

V m Í! mm .Fm&m THE HEREFORD BRAHD — P'^wWiW deep, comes - T wm 1 I l! Mt , the i\ ¡■(■■nHHi Texico Moves Onward. Oo Friday afternoon of last week a Brand representative, in company with Judgé J. E. Lancaster, visited time since it was off wi Rip As might be everything brisk we found bretry around Texico as a result. In addition to sevaml new resi- dences, two new livery stables are being installed, a second saloon is being put in and the merchants are stocking up rather heavily in order to accommodate the increased trade whi^h will result froot the building of the road. John Hutson of Canyon Citjr has purchased the townsite and is mak- ing elaborate preparations to push his end of the work. Already the railroad construction company has erected camp houses on the ground and .the contract to furnish the outfit with beef and other necessary supplies has been let. ■ «V From the men on the ground, we learned that work will commence as sodá as the crew can be transferred froéa some o...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 9 June 1905

THE HEREFORD BRAND Witherspoon & Gough, Br $1.50. Dr. W. E. on a business nesiee. . Mil Nora] Walter , is visiting, friends in Roswell this week. M ■ — / Prof. P. W. Hawkins has moved J hisraiichwist of town fór the summer. Miss Kate Davidson, visited Mrs. £.. B. Blair of Texieo. Sunday and Monday. Interesting prices in our Millinery department the Week. Hereford Mercantile Company. r it É> ' ' ■ - ■■ '4 f- Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Fentou pf Castro county were among Here- fjwrd's shoppers Tuesday., tj ■■ 1 irll B $3.50 Thoroughbred bats $3.00. . $3.00 Statesman hats $2.50. Here- lord Mercantile Company. It A. J. Thompson,' the prosperous jranchman IHáftg . east of town, was mingling with friends on our streets Tuesday. . , If you want cheap goods go else- where. If you. want* first class merchandise cheaper, go to Hereford ' Mercantile Company. .j It Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Eddleman * left Saturday afternoon fof Joshua, daughter who was reported seriously ill. Banner brand skirts and sh...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 9 June 1905

■m m, Ply ■ " We have just received a Urge hip- >e t of Saddle*, Plow "¿Baggy Harnees and everything kept in a firat-claaa «addle and harneas store. Oar stock is complete and we invito oor friend* to come in and lot their wants bo known. Wo have a u m- ber of good second hand saddles for sale or trade. Our specialty is gen- eral repair work. Yours to please, T.J. HEREFORD, ==: Endeavor Program. Following is the program for the out door exercises of Christian En- deavor for Sunday June 11, 1905. Mrs. Judge Gougb, leader. Topic, Not ashamed of the Gospel, Rom. 1-13-17. Song by all present. Talk, What has the Gospel done to make us proud of it? Chai. Q. What are Christ's promises if we are not ashamed of him ? Miss Mil- Solo, Ashamed of Jesus. Christ might be ashamed of us.—Miss Trebby. Music, Holy City, Band. Paper. Why do we hesitate when our best friend needs our witness ? Miss Dameron. References and comments by all. Meet us at the Christian church, 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon an...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 16 June 1905

Vol. 5 HEREFORD, TEXÍ1 JUNE 1« ' ' in ..'i i i ii r ■ i * •. J | . , —L . ;l — The Small Grain Crop In This Section Will Be The Largest Ever Harve Beginning Saturday, June 17th, am^ContinuIng Throughout the Month We intend to make this sale a success, anjhin order to do this w gains that yon Know are right The prices we quote beknv sh ing is strictly legltinate merCh for nothing, but tie prices quoted below are *se ae süt at ¿ «* , . Men's & Boys' regular price: $18.00 Suits go at. .....v.,.1. $14.50 $16.50 Suits go at 13.00 $15.00 Suits go até'. 12.00 $14.00 Suits go atw:.; 10.75 $12.50 Suits go at 9.25 $11.00 Suits go at 7.75 $10.00 Suits go at 6.75 $8.00 Suits go at 5.70 $7.50 Suits go at 5.00 $6.00 Suits go at 4.50, $5.50 Suits go at.......... 4.00 What we have in siiits, not quoted above, go at same reduction. Our regular line consists of the cele- ated Roelof hat imthe higher priced $5.00 to $7tsor Our next best hat is the "Beaver" that retails from $1.50 to $3.50.^ These ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 16 June 1905

■—BP-. J^^ ^SMilBSBl^^^a^ .-¿ *;A>%: ffrlvsW &iK& ',.:; - ..>->>*-.,w 4- itóim, > l^iiPll.l & Wá*; : , /■>:. , $■* i •••', •♦ -T ■)>:$*: '# week: : vJ Fruit, and if wear goods, io|act all goo<Uu#e4 Weaker China, wj feel JS^mL°«^¿ittíkCri Í5Í :' Ico Cream. Come in and ascertain $ Kill • ft 1 are pfe- improve- property i« , with a Brand re- porter this week, the doctor stated sit he will let the contract in a few i to have his already comfort- home in west Hereford com- pletely remodeled. The additions will consist chiefly of a 16xl8-foot room, a modern roof and a circular gallery extending all the way around the east and south sides. This progressive step on the part of the doctor will have its good ef- fect in that it will doubtless cause others to fall in line and thus do their parts towards keeping Here- ford the most beautiful Panhandle city. We congratulate Dr. Rogers on having one of the most modern homes in the city when bis contem- plated i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 16 June 1905

• -i 1 ■■■ , "lÜI'l.J l.'l ■ II JJI? . WW We do not hesitate to that we fiamtle t||e BEST vehicles the m4rke| affords. Our Author Busies, both rubber and }teel tire are built lor durability and style and are sold under an absolute gu#antee. Come and let us show you how cheap we in sell you a first-class buggy. We are making a specialty of the celebrated fVinona Wagons, both broad and narrow tilts, ind ask our fármer friends to come in and let us explain its advantages. Remember that we keep a lull line of the best culti* irators. Come to see us. • I D. R. HEREFORD TEXAS- ....The New. am ready for bus- and ta? pmIGfS to callafd m- the work. in ad- to general pho- _ wm take views a a specialty op ging *0 ik turned 01 ranteed to 1^1 lyUUVUM OR ssF WI WING TO SIZE AMD QUAL- ITY OF WORK. WE HAVE FORD OUR HOME. STUDIO ON NORTH DEWEY AVE.# MSfrBpn IS ALL RIGHT. Dr. Albert Writes That the Future ofthePUce is Bright. There are several people in this city who are interested in the Jalisco Mex...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 16 June 1905

CAPITAL $25,000.00 SURPLUS $18,000.00 DIRECTORS, ■ laJ; ■ison, L. Gough, C. W • Kibbe, W. A. Higgins. JNO. 17, lfO poet offlce rtibZJiS! rfiiwck 3, isrt. STWCTLT nI ADV, MY, JUME it, ifS* RESULTS OF WAR. > {Kaposi he leads the world as peacemaker. It seems that from his efforts the war Price SI 00 oer Tear vül be brought to an early termina- race i.uu per sear ^ ^ ^ tenM which ace practically as follows will be ac- tuated by Russia Indemnity of glance pages of i of the great wars of the not brought into a full ' and realisation of their awful We most experience own doors before we can of what the word the destractioo of the „ it is not to be the ■J* t of souls aré W under what disadvantages r settlers oFthat county i 5. 1901. I ¡a the field, presea! tiac, 420, M5,Q0C 170.000. & enterprise which would prove a remunerative investment in Here- ford is a first-class steam laundry of not too great a capacity, with _ thoroughly competent business man it. It would not require any gr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 16 June 1905

m ftá mm M *• j. p. ihw* w '2f he Western National Bank HEREFORD, TEXAS Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $7,000.00 This bank is always ready to make small loans. It has never made a bad loan. It has never forced a customer to sacrifice his property to pay up. It confine* its business exclusively to banking. No part of its capital is invested in Real Estate except its banking house. The President, Cashier and Assistant Cashier NEVER OWE THE BANK ANYTHING. It solicits the business of all good people, be their accounts large or small. HEREFORD .... „ Witherspoon & Gough. 48tf White lawns at 5, 7 and 10 csnts. G. & Fox's. ESSE stf the Racket Store Stf ;T^*¥y 1 samples of wall paper at 1 The liberal patronage which re are enjoying can be ae- rated: f«r from the fact that re keep only experienced ten. Our specialties are ,an asy shave, a neat hair cut ad clean bath. Give as a •jil, tfcte ' • . R. Bassham iÉ „ leaders in the Harness and Saddle business. Our store is headquarters for both...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 16 June 1905

mmmd gifié ^ ** ■"* 4^4*«3w^^ iii<—Mil' ■mili in 11 niiiiilipii U. mi of Health That Needs Proafept to Ward Off 11 ] d you notice a large reduction la your vital energy? Are you losing hold piece in the «ocUl world? I strength gone, constitution week, poor, digestion déraaged, W ostive, with uneasiness and symp- of derangement in th* rqgiopt of ineys? . Such a condition is the to ¿right's Disease or some serious kidney trouble. If this i the stateof your body, we urge . you prompt action before your health is entirely beyond recovery. Priekly Ash Bitters is the remedy you ne#; it has a four-fold restorative effect. It stimulates the torpid liver, restores hegth in the stomach, Strengthens and the kidneys, and through its pel liar yet agreeable laxative char* actor it clinches the good work by thor- oughly cleansing the bowels. It is o tin remedy for kidnev and liver distases. T.p. Coulson special agenta SÉlt he offices in the church societies ,lly consist of a president, vice £ g...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 16 June 1905

WW® WP cents,Galbreath & Fox. Wall Paper—E. B. Black intsi ee Galbreath Ik era this week, at Yost. John nest tfofd Tuesday one of Dfeamitt's m*#* ****** and insertions cents per yard, as. &. fell returned this Sherman where he has ing Austin College the past 4¿0*3?.™* *fy« wÜf Uf t at any other time' call tiumbe oi W o.v.9m;mm- «f ristian this Sailer and Henry Yon week purchased \ new uare-a? of. Chas. fc. &*en and J actual cost " U Leaf Tqbacco, if t tobacco on the J *H*- #altart Up $al! w ..retuibd ay from a visit with friends Kentucky *Jatl. Lfff Tobacco is •old by all the retail merchant! in your town. 1 the south of the tff inüéí cattle and M Tennis supplies jit Smith's Store. Everythinggoing at GalbrtathJgQt* C. % Mifleto* city Tuesday afte Mr*. J. A. FoxTift this week for Man gum, Okla., fofrisit relatives. Don't forget that you can buy ladies' belt at Galbreath & Fox's. Call for Kentucky Natl. Leaf Tobacco, 20 cents per plug. 18-4t. W. R. Isbell of Running Wa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 16 June 1905

I. í iiis yMM Wm^ * KfWiJ ■>■ •■ OGMKS ■ • saaalag! ;• STOR) Realizing the increased demand of our trade, we are de- termined to meet same by enlarging our already large stock, so that we shall be prepared at all times to sup- ply in detail, every article heeded on a farm or ranch. Our business in the past has been very satisfactory and we mean now to show our appreciation by giving our customers and friends unequaled service in our line. Our purpose shall ever be to give all a "square deal," and we guarantee our prices to b« con- sistent with first-class merchandise. We invite the public to make <yir store headquarters when in apprfciate your . i In General Mercbandii • ■ ;> . & CO jsínéss ^anch ^sPlPH P riMBijijii t of Plaintfiew púr- ). F. Aooline's place last mother were fafirtiiiÉ„. ( !■■■■ guests of Ed Burrus and family jlurday. A. J. Kerr and family and Prof. J. M. Braselton and family of Hart attended church at this place Sun i. Burrus left this morning for Here...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 23 June 1905

Vol. 5 rORD, TEXAS, JUNE «3. 19Q5 No. 19 EVERYBODY WORK FOR THE COLLEGE AND WATCH IT PROSPER We do not hesitate to say that we handle the BEST vehicles the market affords. Our Anchor Buggies, both rubber a steel tire, are built fqr durability and ¿tyle and are sold under an absolute guarantee. Come and let us show you how cheap c&ri sell yMi a first-classbuggy. Wflre making a specialty of the celebratid Wlrtoha Wagons, botó broad and narrow fli, and ask our i^rnkf Hl&s tb com^ fir and let us explain Its advantages. Remember that we keep a full line of the best cul vators. Come to see us, IJ¡ w IÉÉM wm j«/ mm • l"D:'R>l!i,GA ■lánfrí" ' " SG i* SaSioal Jasra arfí lo b9k lllirf; I -aavjsü bnfi baiial ittóí 4aaJ.«v,„ f'ki -i-'j'i. ^M(u V-'' J laUtan J asta 1 oo io uoí 9dt iiid 3o jiasl STEER FEEDING IN TEXAS. Experimental Feeders Compare Values of Different Rations. Following are conclusions arrived at by the experimental feeders at the, Texas Agricultural and Mechanical Coll...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 23 June 1905

Hr érjimm HSpEi-i • ■'■1 W&m Car te Colorada •'¿Áv'':; I 'i • ft P': We do not claim to have the largest Drug Store in the world, because we don't kaow much about other Drug Stores, but we do know that we are doing everything in our power to treat our customers right and give them full value in honest reliable goods. We take the liberty of calling your attention to a few specialties this week: We think our line of rubber goods, in fact sll goods used in the sick room, is complete. Come in and examine our Saxif Weimer China, we feel that we can interest you. Last, but not least, our Soda Fountain Drinks. We handle the Celebrated J. Hansford Smith's Crushed Fruit, and Bissant's lee Cream. Come in and ascertain if we are telling you the truth. = department of the announces that 1st I^^taDugb sleep- be operated over that line, leaving Dallas 7 p. m., Fort Worth 9 p. pi. daily, to Denver Colorado, arriving at that point 8:30 a. m., second morning, but one day out. The route lies thro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 23 June 1905

THE HEREFORD BRAND '■ 9bw I &WRe ' Buy Hair at Auction? At any rate, you seem to be getting rid of it on auction-sale •principles: "going, going, g-o-n-el" Stop the auction with Ayer's Hair Vigor. It checks falling hair, and always restores color to gray hair. A splendid dressing also. Sold for over sixty years. , n. . VlKor "" 'r*"WIUU|, BIIU fustmsEK-™ ' =• ers SARSAPARILLA. PILLS. CHERRY PECTORAL. READ IT. Address Delivered to Texas Bank- er's Association by William S. Powers oí Pittsburg on Advertising. "I am a firm believer in maintain- ing all the dignity that belongs to the financial institution, but in order to do that it is not necessary for a bank to bury itself and throw away all the advantages offered by modern methods of doing business. There are banks so tied up in their notions of dignity that they are practically dead to the world of business, and the sign above the door is really necessary to proclaim their ex- istence. •«I often think of that when I hear of a m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 23 June 1905

m. Kit rf = i of Muck 3, 1879. THE 1 BRAND is<¿yv-\ I—* Í, President C W. DODSON, Cashier Subscription Price $1.00 per Year STRICTLY IN ADVANCE 'íébééíééMH FRIDAY, JOKE 33, WS- Ws make the assertion, without fear of successful contradiction, that ith and Castro Counties will uiore oats this year than ' other two counties in the Pan- Jle. While the crop may not be any better than in a few other coun- ties, yet it is good and the large acreage here will put us far in the lead. Think of almost all our farmers having from 20 acres to 60 acres of oats and not a single failure among them. And, too, it might be added (hat the * above named ave waving fields of golden in Texas. In fact, wh _j of the state are mak- i to 12 bushels per acre, s from IS to 25 bushels, t the farming industry will be quite an ■ the next fctf >r of wool which has in Hereford this week t the sheep industry is _ns wMch easily ang our leading industries, aere is good money to be raising sheep itl the Pan- evide...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 23 June 1905

• • * • 1 • • ' • • • BRAND .migoi PARKER, President F. B, r,.m„ ROSS *. DAVIS, Assistant Cashiet J. P. CONNELL. Vice-President The Western National Bank HEREFORD, TEXAS Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $7,000.00 This bank is always ready to make small loans. It has never made a bad loan. It has never forced a customer to sacrifice his property to pay up. It confines its business exclusively to banking. No part of its capital is invested in Real Estate except its banking house. The President, Cashier and Assistant Cashier NEVER OWE THE BANK ANYTHING. It solicits the business of all good people, be their accounts large or small. HEREFORD TONSORIAL PARLORS ihe liberal patronage which we¡are enjoying can be ac- counted for from the fact that wev keep only experienced men. Our specialties are an eas^r shave, a neat hair cut an^clean bath. Give us a- trif. ■ e ra L R. (PROPRIETOR W record a the Harness and business. Our store is headquarters for both city and ranch people when they want anythi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 23 June 1905

zeal (Toman's J M t w „ , Aid Society. The of these societies was in thoroughness and their one with another was not n work Of every organization as the Ladies' Aid Society of E. church was to lend aid to aral charge of which it was all funds raised being used lishing the home parsonage ¡lurch and for local charities. ardance with the progress spansion of this age, the W. S. was organized and has Uy supplanted or absorbed lies' Aid. The logal work of y church is still given attention, addition there is a united dis- the of heartfelt interest and aid to weak pastoral of romote districts and to lishment and maintainance lissions , hospitals Mission Oman's an or the placid the W ughters J ^ ' away the rubbish ice and striving to r 1 of salvation, by rescu- lost and fallen and instruct- i ignorant of our land." SUPT. OF PlgSS'WORK. Bulls for Sale. I have for sale at my ranch 10 south of Dimmltt in Castro 10 or 50 full M004 Hereford „ „ir old. Will sell any at $35.00 per head. These are ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 23 June 1905

v.-r . * THE HEREFORD BRAHD Two registered pharmacists at Smith's drug store. 19-tf. Col. S. T. Howard is spending the week in Dallas on business. Call for Kentucky Natl. Leaf Tobacco, 20 cents per plug. 18-4t. N. B. Comer looked after his claim interests in Texico this week. Just received 4 cars coal, 1 car bran and 1 car oats. C. C. Fergu- son. It. For frogs, minnows, etc., see Joe ent or Roy Moore. ltp. Car Standard N, 0. granulated sugar at J. A. jforijon's. 19 2-t. Geo. W. Dale was looking after his interests in Texico this week. B. T. Ware and son spent Wednesday in business. of Amarillo the city on Prof. R. R. Holland came up Thursday from his Castro County ranch on business. Full blood Brown Leghorn eggs for sale at fifty cents for sitting of fifteen. Joe Dobbins. Phone 60. 8tf County Clerk Harvey Cash of Dimmitt was in Hereford on busi- ness Saturday and was welcomed at this office. We have just received a car load of Standard New Orleans granulated sugar. Call and figure w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 23 June 1905

. Preí ■ M99H|HL •••«* mssmci cannot make a food cup adulterated and queer _ dealers shovel over the take the pure, clean, natural flavored tbe leader ti aB pirlif olen- for over a quarter of a century baa been daily in wflliftw* of hornea—and you will make a drink At • long in thia way: __ TO MAKE GOOD COFFEE. C^FwBrnSStok' P.." MRMj Aftat bcllii* uU a dMh cf cold w*Ut, mad Mt rg= liP'^O «a (Bold only in 1 lb. > §W jD A f SPICE C0.t To edo, 1 _3r Sunday, July 4th: f—lif jnftf llAKiliflaa il / i • Leader—Matt Gililland. Scripture OLestoo——Etolft 4:25-32. Prayer. Ire References:—Truthful- aeM—Rrov. 23:22; Ppov. 3:3; Phil. 4:8.—Self Control—2 Pet. 1: 61 Jas. 1 ;19.—Holy Conversation— Mat. 5 ;8 ; Mat. 5 :37 ; Mát. 12 :36 ; Col. 4:6.—Kindness--2 Pet, 1:7; JPÉW#ÍK 17:3-4: Reading of expository notes from quarterly—Raleigh Hough. Little things in our lives that cripple our influence for good.— Paper by Miss Stella Renfro. God's high standrad of living as found in-his word.—-Paper by Mi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 30 June 1905

ól. 5 HEREFORD, TEXAS, JUNE 30. 1905 No. 20 ATTEND THE FARMERS' MEETING AT COURT HOUSE TOMORROW 1 1 I ! m i i Hereford Mercantile Co.'s — FOR ONE WEEK, BEGINNING Saturday, July 1 We will sell all Clothing: at Prices GREATLY REDUCED. This means a saving of from 25 per cent,, to 33 per cent to you. Read carefully PRICES BELOW: Lot No. Lot No. Lot No. Lot No. Lot No. Lot No; Lot No. Lot No. Lot No. Lot No. Lot No. Lot No. Lot No. Men's Clothing' 1710, $21.50 Suit for ' 4584, $18.50 Suit for .... 4655, $18.50 Suit for. .. 1109, $16.50 Suit for 4801, $15.00 Suit for «¿u 1080, $15.00 suit for 3106, $17.50 Suit for ..'... 4856, $16.00 Suit for... ;... 3336, $1'4.50 Suit for 70l5. $11.50 Suit for Lot No No , 4305, $12.50 Suit for 6024, $11.00 Suit for , 6020, $10.50'Suit for........ an^'yeSt '"4"'7 "'"'"t , 1062, $4*25 Pants .'.$326, $3.507^ts , 1268, $5.00 Pants for , 8355, $3.50 Pants for....... .•236* $3.00 Pants for T.ot Nn "/•v: ,...$16.75 ' .... 14.75 .... 14.65 ;.... 13.50 ... 11.85 ...

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