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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 19 January 1901

arvaaamaaotn COCHISE . REVIEW8 VOLUME V. BISBEE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY "EVENING. JANUARY 19, 1901. NUMBER 3 & I xm x the x minesa; if Operations in Cochise County, Sonora and Hf Vjl Throughout the Territory A MOCTEZUMA DISTRICT. Wonderful Resources of this Rich dis trict of Sonora. Allen T. Bird writing of the famous Moetozuma district in the Oasis says: One of the most remote and least known of the districts of Sonora is that of Moetozuma, The seat of tho district is at Oposura (lately called Moetozuma) a town of about 2000 people, which is about 180 miles from Hermosillo, by tho nearest route, and is nearly as far from Bisbee; both roads being very dif ficult roads and mountain trails, mak ing the country very hard te reach. Within a year a railway now in course of construction will reach Placeritas tho seat of the groat reduction works of the Moctezuma Copper Co., making the region much moro accessible. Over that line Placeritas will be reached in a few hours from Bisbee, where1 ...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 19 January 1901

'"SIPS " f i xfiffy: OOOHISE EEVIEW : SATOllDAY EVENING. JANUABY 19. 1901 KILLED INTHE MINE A Miner Returns to Examine a Blast nnd Losses Mis Life. The Verdict of the Coroner's Jury. The Deceased Was an Old Em ployee of the Company. Harry Holland a minor in tho em ploy ot.tho Copper Queen Company, was burled yesterday at 1:30 I'. M. His death occurred at tho company's hospital on Wednosday evoning at 7:2o, being caused by an accident which be fel him on the night of Monday last at tho Holbrook mine. An inquest was held by Justico S. K. Williams, ex ofllco coroner. A synopsis of tho evl denco adduced at tho inquest follows and explains tho cause of tho accident. Patrick Spillane testified that he was working with Holland at the time of tho accident to him; that they had in seven holes; that after firing Harry said, "One of those holes didn't go; I'm going back to light it again." That he (Spillane) protested strong against his doing so: "No," Holland said, "I will go back and fix it....

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 19 January 1901

WraSsftw? ' . ;?';KH THE COCHISE REVIEW, SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 1901 k wp A 4-'WW'WWW'W NEWS OF THE CITY V-'V.'V'''WW'Vfc'V' J. E. Hulpien to H. Manz, Bisbeo property $500. George Dunn of the Azurite Is ut La Cananoa this woek. Ed Dunbar ha been appointed deputy sheriff at Johnson. Georgo Meyers, Master Mechanic at Cannnea, was a Bisbeo visitor this weok. John White, brother of ex-Sheriff Scott White, loft on Thursday lor La Cananea. J. J. Patton, formerly of the Review staff, has entered tho employ of the J. H. Jack's Lumber company. Charlie Suits of San M'guelito came in town last Monday for provisions. He roturned to the mine Thursday. Mr. Marks, of tho City Barber Shop, is having his place of business papered and refitted, making it most attractive. D. P. Hickoy, of thoftCopper Queen store, loft for New York this morning to look up tho latest things in Ladies Dress goods and furnishings for the spring and summer sales. An overturned lamp at the Stag Club very near caused a fire. ...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 19 January 1901

rir VfifWW - THE COCHISE REVIEW, SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 1901 jNWVf COCHISE REVIEW Published Evory Saturday by W. B. KELLY, Editor. Entercc' at the Postofilce at Blsbee, Ariz., as second-class mail matter. Advertising rates will be made known on application to this office. Legal pub lications in conformity with Territorial Statutes. Reading notices, 10 cents a Hne for each insertion. Subscription Ono Month 25 cents. BISBEE, ARIZ., JAN. 10, 1901. THE LEGISLATURE. COUNCIL. Cochlso C. C. Waruer Republican Maricopa J. M. Ford Democrat Pima J. II. Klnley Democrat Yuma K. S. Ives Democrat Pinal Ocorue P. Hlalr...Democrnt Yavapai II. T. Andrews Democrat Graham C. 51 Shannon Democrat Navajo Colin CampbellRepublican Gila S. B. Cloypjol Democrnt Mohave M G. Burns Democrat Coconino M. J. Itiordan Republican Apache F. S. Porltlns Republican ASSEMBLY. Coohiso Mike Gray Deir.ocrat Cochise .Steve Roomor Democrat Cochlso H, M. Woods Republican Maricopa P. P. Parker Democrat Maricopa J. P Ivy Democrat...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 19 January 1901

THE COCHISE REVIEW, SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 1901 .aS;&(S;SI;StJtSi;fii;C;si;JS;!: firsts; St ;S:;s;S:.i f TERRITORIAL X NEWsl , Interesting Items Culled From Our Ezchange y. & List TC Arizona Local Events ) x .--a-a.-.'' -.a - '- '-E 'T -S' '- '-5? '- '- '-g '& '- '- gS PROF ESSONAI. SA. D. UPTON " t I ATTOllNKX-AT-LAW I AGENT FOR LAND SCRIP I " Tombstone, Arizona. COCHISE COUNTY LOCALS. Rati go News: Mr. and Mrs. Doc Goodwin were rusticating in Tombstone last week. Cochise will petition tho Board of Supervisors for a school district. Tho Peabody and Copper Belle aro shipping their usual amount of ore, but tho Copper Bollo will soon have their smelter in operation and will not ship much ore. Thomas Robinson has received the appoiutmont as deputy sheriff at Wil cox. Robinson has made a good reeot d as an ofllcer and his appointment !s well merited. T. K. Mitchell, who had his left shoulder broken on alighting from a train at Cochise, is improving capi tally. Mr. and Mrs. Bu...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 19 January 1901

K THE COCHISE) REVIEW, SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 1901 iiV NEW PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH j Another Place of Worship to Be Erected in Bisbee. The Move ment Inaugurated Under Favorable Auspices. Another church edifice is to bo erected in Bisbeo that will bo a credit to the community and another evidence of the growth of the cause of Chris tiaity iu our midst. The movement was inaugurated at a congregational mooting hold in Library hall, Thurs day evening, January 17. Tho meeting organized by the elec tion of J. G. Pritchard, chairman and Professor McDermott, clerk. In a statement to tho congregation Mr. Pritchard said tho Presbyterian church was just ono yoar old in Bisbee. . That since tho coming of T. C. MolTett to act as pastor tho session had appointed a committoo of eight who had solicited the support of members and friends of tho Prosbyterian church in Bisbeo and had received pledges amounting to almost $100 per month for tho pastor, which amount would mako the church solf-sustaining. Tho ...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 19 January 1901

sbAtamdUntcMi - ynsp WWS ' 1' UUCHJLSE REVIEW . SATURDAY EVENING. JANUARY 19, 1901 Hfep IE2r MP id "1 u Lrv rjiv " ..:. . H-' ."v. fi 4 If f- SB & VAS 3 . V rlarr iVl? f four AS ' JL ij' J ra,flf ,A te".t. .1 iM-. J va UB. w tesfV ... THE SOUTH BISBEE. MEETING Of THE STOCKHOLDERS AT SOUTH BISBEE ON TUESDAY. New Board of Directors Elected and By-Laws Amended. VV. F. Botsford Chosen Presi dent. On Tuesday the 15th inst., tho annual meeting of tho South Bisbee Miniug and Townsite Improvement company, wa held at the olllce of tho company at South Blsbee. There were present E. W. Gilmore, viee-Pret. H. W. Lewis, Seoy.; Gen. Peter Woidner, gen eral manager; W. F. Botsford, Lynn Helm and C. B. Jonos all of Los An geles, Henry W. Coulter, of Groons burg, Penn., M. D. Scribner, of Tomb siono, Jame'Letson, Peter Johnson, Morris Denn, E. B. Mason; Samuel Hayhurst and John S. Williams, of Blsbee. The meeting was presided over by Vice Presidont Gilmore, and Messrs. Jones, Scribner and Coulte...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 19 January 1901

S35SSSSSSJ 5tKiH32)B!?fcrt vmflje i 1 IT ivmjiigHg&$ 8 COCHISE REVIEW : SATUEDAY EVENING. JANUARY 19 19ul m .1'.' ij.j& STATEHOOD their expenses, nd this rotardetl action, The city of Phoenix is a city that covers an area of several square miles, with street-car lines three miles in lenstli and not going out of the city limits, either. The city has more than 0,000 inhabitants, but there are only (5000 set down in tne enumeration. There are two causes for this shortage. To begin with, many of the people wore away, and in the next place, the old corporate limits remained as they wero, while of couie the great bulk of tho city lies outside of those corporate, limits. I refer to these things to show qhat tho population of 122,997 given in uiu census is iuu siuiiu. As to tho internal wealth of tho country, wo have a mining belt there running from Utah and Novuda in tho northwest to Mexico in the southeast That bolt is 437 miles in length, with an averago width of about 100 miles....

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 26 January 1901

- m a wr ... COCHISE REVIEW VOLUME V. BISBEE, AEIZONA, SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 26, 1901. NUMBER 4 f A3N A; THE X MINES & Operations in Cochise Countyf Sonora and W W Throughout the Territory JK THE LAKE SUPERIOR & WESTERN Another Property that is Beino De veloped With Gratifying Results. The Copper Queen Consolidated Min ing company will in all probability al ways be the largest producer of copper in this district, and the casual observer and reader at a distance, has no knowl edge of other companies here that are fast developing property almost adjoin ing the Copper Queon, which at present give promise of soon adding to the cop per supply from Arizona, in quantles that will place this district in the front rank of copper mining in the great south-west. The Review has from week to week called attention to the development work being carried on in this vicinity by companies other than the Copper Queen. Among those which promise for the future growth and prosperity of Bisbee ...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 26 January 1901

'' iTJWWI W-V" fli,aP" "a f-"l;-!v'p,, tvM f f" ffi2$i$ ' 1 wjrw5rt 0O0HI8E REVIEW ; SATURDAY EVENING. JANUARY 2G, 1901 4 ANOTHER KILLING. A Mexican Depnty Sheriff Shoots an Unruly Prisoner. More Trouble at the Resort of Anita Romero. The Examination Results in the Vindica tion of the Deputy. An inquest was held on Tuesday morning by S. K. Williams, ex-oillcio coroner, upon the dead body of Abun dio Salas, who was 'shot and killed the evening previous by deputy constable Francisco Jurado, recently deputized under Constable Doyle. The jury em paneled was composed of C. Maguire, John Hanlnger, "William Dew, W. H. Bills, John Greener and Thomas Dwy er. Constable Doyle was the iirst wit ness examined. Ho testified that about 0 p. m. on Monday night he was called by telephone from deputy -Jurado to come to the place of Anita Romero, a disreputable resort situated in upper Brewery Gulch as trouble there was feared. Upon going there the Romero women informed him that it had been reported t...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 26 January 1901

mm x' ' ' ckp " 1 NEWS OF THE CITY I THE COCHISD REVIEW, SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 1901 -WVVW-W'V- The Copper Queen store is closed to day for the purposo of taking stock. Professor Douglas returned this week from Morenci and left immedi ately for Nacosarl, Frank Beecher is a recent arrival from Los Angeles and has accepted a position in the Copper Queen store. Wm. Long formerly in the butcher business at Naco, returned this week from San Francisco where ho has been a vacation. The Review job oillco this week printed a bill of fare for the use of the New England .Kitchen. On the front page is a half-tone picture represent ing a bird's-eye view of Biibee. Allie Howo was up from Naco yes terday. He was accompairied by one of the Directors of the Greene Con. Cop per company to Cananea this morning. Joe. Rhodes, Bob Jilos and Tim Ma lonoy rd turned vesterdav to the H. C. ranch in Mexico after delivering a bunch of cattle to a California buyer. A. Leroy, of the Boston store, is ex expected b...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 26 January 1901

0O0H18E BEVIEW : SATURDAY EVENING. JANUARY 2G, 1901 V -. IK," !??.' L w fr.v' ' JK'V COCHISE REVIEW Published Every Saturday by W. B. KELLY, Editor. Entered at the Postofilce at Bisbee, Ariz., as second-class mail matter. Advertising- rates will be made known on application to this office. Legal pub lications in conformity with Territorial Statutes. Reading notices, 10 cents a line for each insertion. Subscription Ono Month 23 cents. BISBEE, ARIZ., JAN. 20, 1901. THE LEGISLATURE. COUNCIL. Cochise C. C. Warner Keiiublican Mnricopn J. M. Ford Democrat Pima J. H. Flnley Democrat Yuma K. S. Ives - Democrat Pinal Oeoree P. Blulr...Doniocrut i H?ahSl:::::::::::::::::a I nn'zBSSSSfSt j s at perfect mrtv to accept or Navajo Colin Campl'oll...Kepubllcnii I reject their councils. Governing thus Gila S. II. Claypjol Democrat i . . , , , Mohave M G. Burns Democrat I without restraint, the history of So". 1S the hist0rV 0f th ' England of her time. The nation was ' ! comparatively poor and weak....

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 26 January 1901

u i r 4'' - TERRITORIAL A; NEWs 1 TntKociniY Tfpmc dulled From Our ETchanae W jJi List TC Arizorita Local Events '!&. l COCHISE COUNTY LOCALS. 7T Interesting items culled from the county exchanges; Sime Gullen Avas in Tombstono from tho Grand Republic mines in the Hua chucas. He reports somo ten men at work there pushing development work while at the Exposed Reef Co., a largo force are at work getting a largo cya nide and crushing plant in place. John M. Nicholson, a prominent citi zen of Willcox, who was engaged in tho drug business, died last week. Richard Gardiner, another promi nent resident of Willcox, was also a victim of pneumonia and was buried at Willcox on Tuesday last. Mrs. O. M. Renaud who has been at Willcox visiting with Mrs. P. B. Soto, has returned to Pearco. B. Riggs, of Willcox was in El Paso last week taking in tho carnival. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Morgan wont to El Paso on Wednesday last to attend the carnival. Mr. Taylor, nephew of Col. Epes Randolph, arrived in ...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 26 January 1901

, fciwrinwTrnifii pir t T" ;,?' THE COCHISE REVIEW, SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 1901 pMt X f f' 1 t U4 iV: .t'i ;. T 4 . 4 ' ft -i f Billy Stiles Again. Billy Stiles has escaped again, this timofrom Del Lewis, Sheriff of Co chise county. It will be remembered that Stiles was discharged from custo dy a short time ago by Judge Davis. Learning that Stiles was in Casa Grando, Lewis went down to arrest him on the charge of assault with in tent to kill George Bravin who was jailor at Tombstono at the time of the escape of Stiles, Alvord and Bravo Juan. Arriving in Casa Grando, Stiles wag located in one of the saloons and arrested. He was handcuffed and about to be shackled, when the constable said if he would abstain from shackling him that he would assist in guarding him. Lewis agreed to this plan. While Lewis was engaged Stiles made a break for the door and tho Constable standing botweon him prevented Lewis from reaching his man. Stiles escapod through the back door and disappeared in tho dar...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 26 January 1901

COCHISE REVIEW : SATUEDAY EVENING. JANUARY 26. 1901 fr I. ! w v W," GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE Read in Person Before the Legislature on Monday. A Surprise. The Governor, in person, read his biennial message at two o'clock Tues day afternoon to the two houses With ered in the assembly chamber, as is usual. The occasion was made one of social importance and the floor as well as the gallery was crowded. The message, delivered in the direct, forceful, non-oratorical manner that distinguishes Governor Murphy's pub lic utterances had a number of features far at varianco with the usual stereo typed messages of the territory's executives. Perhaps tho most revolutionary of the recommendations contained was one that counseled the enactment of a high-license law, through which com munities might be authorized to voto whether or not licenses shall be grant ed therein. "I do not believe that pro hibition prohibits," tho Governor an nounced, "and legislation in advance of public opinion is never enforced...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 26 January 1901

SCSS33EB3S&iuanewMJm35 ' ! II IWiffffWI'JI .HMWUWlillHWII.Mm'fflllltfmiHWIII TrfT . -sw y- 'imp ' ' '. gagf ,. :w-.CTai3ggft.gjc'iy&agacas if-j,iiw' " &g-k WP5KSS. : , i ni .. f u-iisap " . -p-i' COCHISE REVIEW : SATURDAY EVENING. JANUARY 26. 11 SIRVEYORS NEAR. Bisbec Preliminary Work About Finished. Engineer Wambaug Refuses to Talk The sunojois of the Bisbeo railroad nro now within less than ten miles of El Paso and aro pushing tho work with all possible haste. They passed Straus Thursday even ing and will be in El Paso by next Tuesday. This conies from several of tho surveying party, who were in El Paso last night to see tho parade. Mr. Wambaugh chief engineer of the company, Is in El Paso now and stated this morning that tho work would bo completed soou but ho did not know what that meant. Mr. Wambaugh be gan with the same old story that the company was not in the railroad busi ness but would build into El Paso if they found it to their interest but if not would enter...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 2 February 1901

ja f COCHISE REVIEW VOLUME V. BISBEE, AKIZONA, SATURDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 2, 1901. ER 5 4' $&&?2E&Ap i I A3N a: the a; mines a Xlfif Operations in Cochise County, Sonora and Mf X Throughout the Territory jf. MINERS' ASSOCIATION Rules Adopted in Relation to Mem bership. Section 1. Any person engaged in mining or directly interested in the mining industry of the United States or Mexico is eligible to membership in this association. Any such person de siring to become a member of this as sociation tiay do so by signing the membership roll, or un application blank applying for such membership and agreeing to pay an individual mem bership of (12 per annum or $3 per quarter. The annnal dues for each in corporated mining company or oil com pany shall be $50. Any such incor porated company shall be entitled to one vote by its credited representative at any meeting of the association. Section 2. Any mercantile or manu facturing concern desiring to aid in the development of the mi...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 2 February 1901

B Hi OOOHISE EEVIEW : SATURDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 2. 1901 t (T h' y NACO HAPPENINGS Weekly Epitome of Events in Our Thriving Border Town. Locals and Personals, Etc. (From our Regular Corrospoudont) C. P. Colburiiuml wife of Bisbeo cnrao do'wn to tho "border town Saturday morning. Two men aud u woman camo in on horseback Sitlurday morning from Bis bee. Tho woman was dressed in man's attire and caused quite an excitement in this little town. John Hatfield of the City of Moxico registered at the Naco Hotel on Jl on day. H. Reeve Johnson, M. D. registered at the Naco hotel this week from Apa che county. Col. F. Morgan came up from La Mexicana, Sonora, and stopped in Naco for a day and then left for th? east. Messrs. Cannon, Young and Marks, railroad men located at Don Louis came into Naco Saturday night and went the rounds of the town. Tuesday night while scuffling in Geo. Marts saloon a pistol was dropped from tfeSocket of one of tho men and was discharged but fortunately no one was hur...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 2 February 1901

'! 'TSriHv THE COCHISE REVIEW, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1901 &- , y- '-4 P 'i NEWS OF i I THE CITY I 5 WVWVVV- John Nobilo left Wednesday for El Paso on a pleasure trip of a few days duration. Philip Schreibor, a well known citi zen of Tucson, is a visitor in Blsbee. B. Frankonberg, of tho Fair, will leave Sunday morning for New York city to buy a large stock of spring aud summer goods. J. E. Brock, the cattleman of Sul phur Spring valley, was a visitor in Blsbee this week. George Spindle and family, who have been visiting friends in Bisbeo this week, have gone home. Tony Kvle is back in Bisbeo after a visit to El Pnso. He says pick pockets and confidence men were much in evi dence during tho carnival. For Sale One full three horse power upright Hercules Gasoline en gine. In perfect running order. En quire or address the Cochise Review. An array of household furniture was hauled into Justice Williams court Sunday morning, tne result of an at tachment Ifiled by L. J. Overlook & ...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 2 February 1901

ra w ilf. OOOHISE BEVIEW : SATDEDAY EVENING. PEBEUAKY 2. 1901 l!&& h.UMnMb&rMM.Sl , M COCHISE REVIEW Published Every Saturday by W. B. KELLY, Editor. Entered at the Postoftlco at Bisbcc, Ariz., as second-class mail matter. Advertising1 rates will be made known on application to this office. Legal pub lications in conformity with Territorial Statutes. Reading notices, 10 cents a line for each insertion. Subscription One Month 23 cents. BISBEE, ARIZ., FEB. 2, 1901. THE LEGISLATURE. COUNCIL. Cochlso C. C. Warner Republican Maricopa J. M Ford Democrat Plmn J. I). Finloy Democrat Ymnn E. S. Ives Democrat Pinal George- P. Blair...Democrnt Yavapai II T. Andrews Democrat Graham C. M Shannon-. ..Democrat Navajo Colin Campbell.. .Republican Gila i.S. IS. Claypjol Democrat Mohave M G. Burns Democrat Coconino M. J. Kiordan Republican Apache F S. Perkins Kepubllcan ASSEMBLY. Coohise Mike Gray Doir.ocrnt Cochlso Stove Koemsr Democrat Cochise,. H, M. Woods Kepubllcan Marlcotm P. P. Par...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
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