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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 17 January 1929

1HE MADISONVILLE METEOR, THURSDAY. JANUARY 17, 1929. • V m mm. The Madisonville Meteor J. A. KNIGHT. Editor and Prop. In the county, year $1.50 Out of county, year 2.00 In the county, 6 months .75 Out of county, 6 months 1.00 Entered as second-class matter Madisonville, Texas, under the act of January 19, 1895, at the post-office in March 8. 1879. WHO WANTS TO BUY CORN FOR 15 CENTS PER BUSHEL Any farmer in Madison county would jump at the chance of buying com at 15 cents per bushel if he could get it at that price, especially crop. But it is too late to do that right now if he needs corn to make a now. A dollar is the prevailing price for this commodity now and those who have to buy corn with which to make their crop this year will be lucky if they get it at this price. But 15 cents a bushel is what it cost Paul Robinson to raise corn in good old Madison county in 1928 and he is only a boy of 17 years of age. What Paul did in 1928 any farmei can do in 1929 if he tries. He can not do...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 17 January 1929

THE .MADISONVILLE METEOR, THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1929. ♦ 4> CONVICTS HONpR SICK WARDEN AT CHAPEL SERVICE Special to Houston Chronicle: Ilu itsville, Jan 11.—General Mana- ger W. H. Mead of thj Texa prison system, has been tremendously pleas- ed for a long time over the work of Warden E. F. Harrell. Today, Mr. Mead pointed to the following story in the prison paper the Echo, as evidence of the friend- ship the convicts have for Harrell seriou ly ill with pneumonia: "A touching tribute of the high regard and esteem which the men of Huntsville prison have for Captain Harrell was Manifest Wednesday afternoon, when a special prayer ser- vice was held in the chapel. Warden Harrell has been sick with influenza since December 22, developing semi- unconsciousness and threatened pneu- monia on Wednesday, January 9. "The prison whistle blew at 4 o'clock, an hour earlier than usual, and a silent line of prisoners filed into the chapel and took their seats quietly. Chaplain MiUer made brief st...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 17 January 1929

THE MADISONVILLE METEOR, THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1929. AMERICAN OIN^.vVoax. SURETY tOND DUNIOj BtiijbH cSw'iRANlSE Speaking About Madison County and Its Wonderful Natural Resources and the Opportunities That are So Evident (By Lcs Akers in East Texas Chamber of Commerce Magazine) DUNLOP'S SURETY BOND versus Mileage Geiarantees Usually the poorer the tire, the longer the mileage guarantee. What you really want is a certain- ty that your tires will keep rolling. That is what you get with this oewSuretv Bond. It's backed both by Dunlop AND the American Surety Company. It is as clear as crystal. In effect it says that for the first 12 months we will take all responsibility for yourDunlopsgivingperfectservice. It doesn't matter whether a tire fails through accident, or collision, or blow-out, or misalignment, or stone-bruise, or road-cuts, or rim- smash, or side-wall injuries, or tube-pinching, or valve-tearing, or faulty toe-in, or under-inflation. Wc repair it free, OR you get a new tire...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 17 January 1929

THE MADISONVILLB METEOR. THURSDAY. JANUARY 17. 1929. MANY BUSINESS FAILURES REPORTED DURING 1929 Sfg BAD JAINS Use of Cardui Helped to Relieve Suffering. "I have taken Cardui and have found It a very helpful medicine," says Mrs. Minnie Rocher, of Lynn Haven, Fla. "After a course of Cardui, I felt like I had been made over. "For a while I suffered with bad pains in my back and sides. At times, these would distress me so I would seem past going. "We had known of Car- dui in our family for a long time, so I thought I would try taking it. I soon began to improve. I grew strong and well, and was able to resume my house- hold duties without the least inconvenience." Cardui is a jnild, harm- less extract of valuable medicinal herbs. Try it. CARDUI Used By Women For Over SO Tears LOOKING FOR OUR REPRESENTATIVES AT AUSTIN Austin, Texas, Jan.—While an in- crease in commercial failures from November to December is the usual trend, the sharp increase this year is the greatest on record, accordi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 17 January 1929

... [ m ; m Wm ■■ 11 mm rn.tr ktSKi-.. ■!* THE KaDISOBT?1L^£ METEOR. THURSDAY. JANUARY 17. 1M . • I | 1 " $! I I !■■■•■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■ Greater Values for January Selling at the Family Store All broken lines. Prices cut deep. Making room for Incoming stocks. BARGAINS—BARGAINS MENS WORK GLOVES 50c Value Leather palm Stripe wrist style -35c. . i All Leather Gauntlet Work Gloves. Big value 50c. Knit Gloves for school wear—25c GREATER DRESS VALUES All $10.00 and $12.50 Silk Dresses. Just a few of these fine Dresses. Also wool Jersey. First to come gets the pick. $6.95. RAIN COATS Rain Coats for Misses School wear. Colors Red, Tan and Blue. Greater Value now $2.39 BARGAIN TABLE REMNANTS All kinds of Dress Goods—Silks, Linens, Gingham Percal, Shirting, etc. GREATER SWEATER VALUE Slipon Style. Coat Style. Light weight, and Heavy weight for children. Misses. Ladies, Men, and Bovs. Get yours now. $1.95, $2.95 and $3.95 BLANKETS—BLANKETS Your best opportunity, and Plenty of cold weat...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 24 January 1929

The Madisonvilie Meteor — And Commonwealth — THIRTY-FIFTH YEAR MADISONVILLE, MADISON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1929, NUMBER FORTY-FOUR * Change of Railroad Passenger and lail Service Unpopular REVISED TRAIN SCHEDULES AT NAVASOTA IS GIVEN AS REASON FOR DELAYING MADISONVILLE SCHEDULE TO 6:40 P. M. 4* 4* + *1- -I* *•* *i* *f* *!- v -I* $25,000 Hotel For Madisonville Is Assured With a Start of $3,800 Stock Shares Sold The New Train Schedule From Navasota Makes the Local Mail Service at 7:30 Inconvenient The I.-G. N. Railroad Company of the Missourt Pacific lines changed the passenger and mail train schedule last Sunday and as a result the mail service into Madisonville is now about the most deplorable arrangement that a railroad company could figure out for our town. Madisonville has only one train a day, which had been ar- riving at noon. Now the train, or the two antiquated motor cars, arrive at G:40 p. m. in the evening, staying here all night and leaving at 9:50 in the mo...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 24 January 1929

THE KaDISONTILLE METEOR, THUBSDAY. JANUARY U. w IP I i : Ff does crime seem to PAY A DIVIDEND A Modern Hotel For Madisonvilte j Your Help Needed ■ on the proposed HOTEL WILLS I NOW OFFERING I $10,000 | Proposed Common Stock $100 . To be located upon the Price lot east of the Square on newHighway atMadison- ville. Total cost will be approximately $25,000. An Investment Which Means the Building Up of your town and paying good dividends. Per one Share block Mail your check for as many shares as you can handle. DO IT NOW or see representative at Chamber of Com- merce office in Madisonville. Ask for Mr. Kitselman. Anglo-American Investment Company 607 Kress Building HOUSTON, TEXAS In an article in the Baltimore Sun. James M. Hepbons disputes the state- ment that crime does not pay. *Tnj that city ("a typical American city') J there were 10,000 serious crimes re- ported to the police." Mr. Hepbron. says, "and in the final analysis only' S>; people went to prison. If crime doesn't pay. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 24 January 1929

0 All Time Specials AT SERVE-U-SELF GROCERY 10 pounds Sugar 55c 4 pounds Good Rio Coffee $1.00 High Patent Flour, 48 lb. sack $1.50 Extra high patent flour, guaranteed. $1.60 10 bars laundry soap 35c 25c size K C Baking powder 20c | 35c size Calumet Baking Powder. . . 28c Pink beans per lb 7c Chops, Bran and Shorts at a Bargain i Trade At Serve-ll-Self Grocery | | Madison County Corn Yield Is the Highest in Entire Southern States While Ohio Man Leads And Save The Difference E. L. LEONARD, Proprietor. AN INCREASED FRUIT PRO- DUCTION ON TEXAS FARMS Austin, Texas.—Fruits and vege- tables fro mTexas farms are moving to market fairly rapidly, according to Brevard Nichols, editor of the Texas Business Review, issued monthly by the Bureau of Business Research at the University of Texas. "Normally the low point in loadings is reached in September, after which the trend is sharply upward until "Wis Tis fall and early winter, crops have been a little later than usual, so that shipments have b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 24 January 1929

H a i 1 I 1 CLASSIFIED ADS WANTED TO BUY—Stocker Cat- tle. See Luther Hensarling. 44-ltc. FOR SALE—Hatching eggs from pure bred white Leghorn Hens. See Lee Wilson, R. F. D. 1. 44-4tp. FOR SALE—Good Carry over ahoats, ready for delivery Feb. 15, well bred. F. B. Seay. 44-2tp. If you are interested in taking typewriting see Miss Norton at the High School or phone 43. 48p. NOTICE—I will sell several good meat hogs at my place near Connor for 8c per pound. F. B. Seay 43-2tp LOST—One black horse mule Long legs and large head. Halter marks on nose. Finder please notify J. B. Knight at Midway 43 2tp. ~~ NOTICE I have in transit 50 tons of Red Steer Fertilizer. Try it under corn. Quality and price guaranteed. O. K. McAfee. CAR OF FERTILIZER We will have a car of Virginia Car- oiin a Fertilizer at the Marsh & Hen- Barling Seed House. Should arrive by the first part of next week. Place your order now. S. S. Neal. 43-ltp. Fish Brand Cdugh Syrup. Try it. It's guaranteed. Steele's Pharmacy. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 24 January 1929

THE MADISONVILLE METEOR. THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1929. S I I ■ • 8 I S • S s We Have Utmost Confidence in Madison County J Sr. ¥ v We Have Sincere and Optimistic Faith In Madisonville pA IT An Emblem of Trust That is Always Kept. Faith in our fellowmen and in Madisonville and the entire county of Madison is an out- standing factor in the Communtity Life of our citizens. Its practical application is best exemplified in our business activities wherein each worthy member of the community is extended unquestioned credit by business and banking firms. It is a community where it pays big returns on the investment to maintain a credit rating inviolate by paying all obliga- tions promptly when due. FAITH—A Trust fulfilled; a Credit Obligation promptly met. This page of publicity has been prepared for and paid for by the following Madisonville. Next month they will publish another gladsome message for you. It will firms and business men of gladden your heart to read it. Butler-Grimes Co. Varie...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 24 January 1929

THE MADISONVILLE METEOR. THURSDAY, JANUARY 24. 1929. I i § in I ft p f£ The MadUonville Meteor J. A. KNIGHT. Editor and Prop. In the county, year $1.50 Out of county, year 2.00 In the county, 6 months .75 Out of county, 6 months 1.00 Entered as second-class matter Madisonville, Texas, under the act of January 19, 1895, at the post-office in March 8. 1879. BRIGHTER PROSPECTS FOR MADISON COUNTY IN 1929 After the flu epidemic has wained and almost gone and the whooping cough is better, the Scarlet fever is over and the sun is shinning bright again, things around Madisonville and in Madison county are taking on new life. The farmers are anxious to get to work, preparing their land for an other crop with the expectation of another good year. The road con- tractors are anxious to get to work on the roads in earnest. The contractors on the ;jew High School building are going right ahead and the contract for the bridge on Trinity river will be let this week. It looks like there will be plen...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 24 January 1929

THE KaDISONTILLE METEOR. THURSDAY, JANUARY 24. 1929. NfRTH ZULCH NEWS :v. and Mrs. A. F. Ford of Flynn, Tfas, attended services at the Free a>tist Church, Sunday * ♦ * Walter Taylor, Jr., is again attend- ing South Texas Teachers College at .an Marcos. ♦ * * Miss Maud Moore, teacher in the Kickapoo school, was the guest of Miss Ruby Gustine for the week-end. * * * Louise Simpson and wife of Back- enridge, are here visiting his mother, who has been quite ill. * * Mr. and Mrs. Lou Plotts of Bedias spent the week-end in North Zulch. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Frank Farrell went to Marquez Sunday to attend the funeral of one of Mr. Farrell's rel- atives. * * Mrs. W. T. Taylor is in Elkhart with her daughter, Mrs. Douglas Burtis, whose little son is very low with Bronchol Pneumonia * * * The North Zulch Basket ball boys showed the same galient spirit in defeat Thursday evening, when the Willowhole boys defeated them on the North Zulch ball court 18 to 14, that they have shown in the eight win...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 24 January 1929

—■ 1,1 fl • v h v f , l'HE MADISONVILLE METEOR, THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1929. ' F*> t |; ■h P: . Si w l\ We Have Bought The Turner Furniture Company's stock and will be located in the building next to J. W. Viser's Dry Goods Store. We will handle new and used furniture all at this stand. Will trade new furniture for your old furniture and sell all kinds of home furnish- ings at a very reasonable price. See us and get our prices before you buy. HOLLIS COMPANY | FURNITURE !■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■ BALANCED FARMING WINS OUT IN ELLIS COUNTY .! FARMER AT 0DEM, TEXAS CASHES IN ON TURKEYS Odem, Texas.—Observing a few years ago that an old turkey hen and a few young poults caught lots of in- sects in his cucumber field, W. A. Stein invested in nine hens last year. In givng his results to the county agent, P. Donald, it is disclosed that the turkeys not only kept Mr. Stein's Bpring cuke crop practically free from insects but made a total profit of $205.20, besides. From the sale of 63 birds...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 24 January 1929

THE MADISONVILLE METEOR, THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 192*. Extra Bales— EXTRA DOLLARS Start now to make them TT is the extra yield per acre that makes real cotton profit. Say you made one-third bale per acre last year. Feed your next crop plenty of Chilean Nitrate of Soda and you ought to at least double your yield, for Chilean Nitrate sets & larger crop, then helps it through to early maturity. Stronger plants. Better cotton too. More strength to fight bad weather and early bolls to beat the weevil. A Madisonville Home Protects and Comforts You and Yours "The only way to raise cotton profitably is to make a bale per acre. This reduces the cost of production and helps the farmer make a profit I would not farm poor land without fertilizer. Too many of us think in terms of quantity of fertilizer instead of the plant food we are getting. Chilean Nitrate of Soda is the cheapest form of nitrogen you can buy, efficiency considered." J. W. Fitzgerald, Vice Pres., Citizens National Bank, Tyle...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 24 January 1929

"•T 1 K jv ft a § 11; ■!r ' m THB MADISONVILLE METEOR. THURSDAY. JANUARY 14. l tt. A Showing of New Things Keeping pace with fashions; latest modes at the Family Store. Be our guest; you are not urg d to buy. ■ \ m ■ m 1 DRESSES—DRESSES Best values, Best looking, Best Quality, Best prices for such Dresses. DIVIDED INTO TWO GROUPS $3.95 AND $6.95 Be quick to get your pick SPRING COATS A lovely showing for Ladies and Misses. New Spring Coats at New Low Prices. We Invite you to make Inspection. $10.00 TO $16.50 MILLINERY Showing some of the New Early Spring Hats, together with other late arrivals that makes your Wardrobe Complete HATS— $1.95 TO $3.95 PRINTED SILKS New arrivals in Printed Silks and Rayon. A better showing we have never made and lower prices we have never heard of. A visit to our store and your decision will be to take two dress patterns for the price one would ordinarily cost you. 50c YD. AND UP. The Family Store Where GALVESTON DRY Business Is Always Good. GOODS COMPAN...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 31 January 1929

Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth THIRTY-FIFTH YEAR MADISONVILLE, MADISON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1929. NUMBER FORTY-FIVE Prize Stipulations For 1929 Agricultural Contest Are Announced PRIZES FOR 1929 AGRICULTURAL CONTEST IN MADISON COUNTY WILL BE FINANCED BY LOCAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 4* A ?. Instructor In State Teachers College Notes the Progressive Impetus of Madison County County Agent W.H. Dupuy Will Again Supervise Agricultural Contest Over Madison County The following is a list of the an- nual cash prize awards to be awarded to contestants in the Madison County Agricultural contest for 1929 by the Madisonville Chamber of Commerce. The work will be under the super- vision of County Agent W. H. DuPuy, same as last year. The Madisonville C. of C. was in hopes the $300 in cash awards could be doubled, but so far no additional amount has been added to the regular appropriation of $300. In the following list of awards where two sums are shown it represents first and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 31 January 1929

THE MADISONTILLE METEOR. THURSDAY. JANUAKY 31. 1929. I f" 1 W; lv I f i i m ] ) ! -.-A f it < ■ DEBUNKING POPULAR IDEAS OF MEXICO By John W. Woodfuff When I -first became interested in Mexico I had the same opinion of that country that almost everyone in Texas who has never been there still has. It never occurred to me that there might be in the interior of that country one of the prettiest sections anywhere in North America. Here are some of the things which I believed about Mexico, and which most Texans do believe about it: All Mexicans are naturally dirty and filthy and care very little for soap and water. All houses in Mexico are made of mud bricks, the 'dobe' huts we hear so much about. The whole country is one big desert with nothing but cactus and jack rabbits growing in it. The only way to travel is on a burro That the thermometer never gets be- low ninety in the shade and that liz- ards are the only things which get out of the shade during the summer. That an American is...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 31 January 1929

I THE *«ADISONVlLLi£ AIETEOH, THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1929. i THE MADISONVILLE MODEL ARSON LAW USED IN FIFTEEN STATES! The Early Fryers Always Bring the Highest prices. Get your Chicks Early and Get the Peak of the Market Leghorn and all small breeds of Baby Chicks priced at $ 1 2.50 per hundred. Rhode Island Reds and large breeds for $1 4.00 per hundred. CUSTOM HATCHING at $3.25 per tray of 1 1 2 to 1 20 eggs. Better profits is what we are all looking for. You get this with early fryers and broilers. DELAY MEANS LESS PROFITS. Don't ■■■■■BBaHsaiaBBBBaiiEaiihiHEiafeiBCEBEEaHBsssBiK^iEcaaEHiaiafaKBacia: aaai BOOK FARMER TAUGHT HIM HOW TO INCREASE MILK YIELD Canadian, Texas.—By substituting a balanced dairy ration for one con- sisting of bundle sorghum and a little cotton seed cake, John Simpson, who lives 12 miles southeast of here, in- creased milk production in his herd of 14 cows by 400 per cent in one month. Before the change in feeding, the cows gave seven gallons of milk daily but...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 31 January 1929

THE MADISONVILLE METEOR, THURSDAY, JANUARY 31. 1929. m pe ^ £ ' fete;. &Wv: The Madisonville Meteor J. A. KNIGHT. Editor and Prop. In the county, year $1.50 Out of county, year 2.00 In the county, o months .75 Out of county, 6 months 1.00 Entered as second-class matter Madisonville, Texas, under the act of January 19, 1895, at the post-office in March 8. 1879. THE VOICE OF EDITORS AROUND MADISON COUNTY Normangee Star: The Madisonville Meteor is putting: out a good looking paper these days. The front page now entirely given to reading matter, with no advertise- ments. It is also trying to look cos- mopolitan by using big head lines. One peculiar thing in last weeks' paper is that on the front page and each under big headlines, were reports of live different deaths. Also eleven marriage licenses and that is human history. They marry and they die even in Madison county. Navasota Review: Walker County started a rat exter- mination campaign on the 16th inst with a hundred thousand ra...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 31 January 1929

♦ CLASSIFIED ADS THE MADISONVILLE METEOR. THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1929. FOR SALE—Roses and EJvergreens. Mrs. Jno, R. Burtis. tf. FOR SALE—Hatching eggs from pure bred white Leghorn Hens. See Lee Wilson, R. F. D. 1. 44-ltp, FOR SALE—Good Carry over shoats, ready for delivery Feb. 13, well bred. F. B. Seay. 44-2tp. If you are interested in taking typewriting see Miss Norton at the High School or phone 43. 48p. NOTICE I have in transit 50 tons of Red Steer Fertilizer. Try it under corn. Quality and price guaranteed. O. K McAfee. Fish Brand Cough Syrup. Try it. It's guaranteed. Steele's Pharmacy. Chocolate Candy in Packages. The best on earth, at Steele's Pharmacy. 2tc. WANTED TO BUY—50 acres of Good farm land. Moderately improv- ed. See J. A. Knight at the Meteor Office. When you arc in the market for a good Steele Turning Plow or Middle Breaker. See our stock before you buy. Parten and Parten. $5.00 Reward—For the recovery of one Bay Mare, weight about 800 or 900 lbs. Fresh scar on righ...

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