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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 9 February 1888

TKirniiFAnm) a nil - ETO VOLUME IV. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEB. 9, 1888. NUMBER 45. BA COUIH Rail Road Time Cards T. & & F- On ud after January 9th, 188T, trains leave Great Bend as follows, rii : ooiire basi No. 4, Atlantic express m- No. 8. Eastern Express. 5.03 p. m. No. 6, New York Express. 6.33 a. nr No. 42, way freight. 1 - W p. m. No. 44, " " .00p. ni. 0OINO WXST. No. 8, California and New Mexico Ex. . . .10.10 p. m No. 7, Colorado and Utah Express 1104 a. m No. 5, Denver Express. 10.00 p. m No. 41, way freight 191 m OBKAT BKXO WAT FKX1GHT. Arrives from east. 12-15 p. m. Departs for east P m- CD-, JZTSzi "W. LKAVK3. Express 11:10 a. m. Freight 5:00 a.m. ARRIVES. Express 4:40 p. m. Freight 10:00 p. m. All trains dally except Sunday. W. TOBKEY, Agent. HVEo. Fstoiflo- ABRIVKS St Louis Express 12:43 a m Colorado Express 7:20 a m DKPABTS St Louis Express 5:30 a in Colorado Express 10:50 p m All trains doily. E. W. Waykakt, Agent. ATTORNEYS'. TUEO. C. COLE. ' ELEICK....

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 9 February 1888

THE 'BARTON CODNILDEHGCBAT. VT. E. ETOKE, Editor and Proprietor. GREAT BEND, t , . KANSAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Dally News. - CONGRESS. In the Senate on the 30th after the pre sentation of petitions and bills Senator Hoar reported the bill for a constitutional amend ment in regard to the meeting of Congress. The hill to reduce letter postage to one cent was adversely reported by Senator Sawyer, from the Post-office Committee. This report was the occasion of some debate and was final ly placed on the calendar for discussion. Sen ator Plu-nb offered a resolution, requiring the Post-office . Committee to Inquire into the inefficiency of the mail service in the West. Laid over. The House bill for carrying into effect the law establishing agricultural experiment stations was passed. The Educational bill was then debated until ad journment.... In the House a large number of bills were introduced when the States were called, among them a bill by Mr. Turner, of Kan sas, for a ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 9 February 1888

THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. XT. E. STOKE, Editor and Proprietor. GREAT BEND - - - - KANSAS DREAMING. Sweet memories of the long Ago Steal o'er me like a magic spell; They check my spirit's gladsome flow. And yet. I love them, ah ! so well; 2 live again those bygone years Tfhich bow lie sleeping In the tomb, Xach in its shroud of smiles and tears. Of brightest light and deepest gloom, J love to dream of that far-off time. When all the links in friendship's chain Tf ere true and strong, and in their prime. Where naught but fragments now remain; Tor many links long since have perished. Some lost, some scattered, some remain. While few have tarnished which we cherished. In friendship's magic golden chain. I love the past, though fraught with pain. As well as Joy, and hopes ed fears. Yet, I would not bring back aain Those precious, cherished, bygone years; Vor sorrows past possess a charm. And pleasures double seem to be. And even fears bring no alarm When floating buck through memory. T...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 9 February 1888

THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. WILL E. STOKE, Elditor and, Proprietor, (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BENP, : KANSAS. TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. One year. $1.50 Six mootba Three months .50 9AH advertisements or communications, to ob tain an insertion in the Democrat, must be banded in by Wednesday noon of each week, at the very latest. - Lillie D, rmcnAUD, proprietress of the Graham County Democrat, hung herself out of the back window of an up stairs room recently, at Millbrook, this state. "Cymro" (which means, Welchman) sends us an interesting little communi cation from Kinsley to-day, to which we gladly give space and call the at tention of our readers. We akr in -receipt of elegant cards of invitation, to atteud a St. Valentine ,ball at Ness City, given by the. Social Ten Club, on the evening of the 14th inst. We bespeak for all who attend a delightful evening of enjoyment. A hotel in Ness City has conspicu ously posted in its office a sign which reads as follows: "Anytendirfootwho ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 9 February 1888

COST! CLOSING OUT AT COST! TO yet Business The FAMOUS Dry Goods, Clothing, Boot and Shoe House will close out their entire stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes at COST. This is no Hum but a CLOSING SALE. As we have leased a store room in Carlinville, Illi nois, and will open up business at that place April 1, 1888. AVe cordially invite everyone to call and see us as our east ern stock is clean and Desirable Goods. It will pay you to lay in your supply while you have an opportunity. Come early as the goods must be closed out. Yours For Low Prices, F A M O IT S. THE BURTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT WILL K. STOKE, Editor etnci Proprietor, (Office in OperaBlock) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. City o-nd County. In boyhood's bright aud sunny days, When all my paths were pleasant ways. How blessed the day, with wealth sublime, When father gave me a great big.dinie! But now, with wants that yearly grow. When in my poekets' depths I go How pinched and iKi&ftred is the time When I cau only find a d...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 9 February 1888

THE BLIZZARD KNOCKED OUT. sTYom the land of th Dakota?, Laud ot wheat and Legislatures, .; -- ot lies about th wheat yield, ' . . "Told by limber-tongued agents, "Tflo allure the Eastern farmer Ooax h m to Dakota's prairies; ' X.and of Legislatures many, And of Staiebood's proud urobition. ', From the land of the Dakot is. Cine the blizzard from the Northwest Game the wild, the frigid blizzard, '. Ome the blizzard in its coldness. ' Swept the blizzard to the eastward, Strnck the o.ty of Chicago, looted for Its hams and bacon, And its hatred of St. Louis famous for its tomb assassins, A ad the great feet of its maidens. Swept the blizzard further eastward. Up Ohio's fertile valley, Tried to freeze the town of Pittsburgh, Hat the gas burned there dismayed it, Fuel hot and subterranean. .TasKCd the blizzard o'er the mountains, 2uilled the old Dutch farmer's marrow, Captive took the Quaker City; Froze the mud in streets of Gotham; .Prowled about the Nation's Congress, In the District of...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 9 February 1888

THE KIOT REGIONS. rwo Outbreaks in the Pennsylva nia Coal Regions Strikers , . ' - . -r Assault - Kon-tfnion Miners-Considerable Shoot ing1 Three MtJ . Wounded An Infuriated JUob A Wrecks Two Justices' Offices SheTuandosih in an Uproar Swearing in Social . i Officers. Reading, Pa., Feb. 4. Yes tcrday morn ing: the miner at the William Pea colliery were stopped by a party of men ai a fight znsued. Strikers also met the bmo at Rock Bank at the Turkey Run r.vrttch nd stoned ome Polander. The att Aeking party were strikers at the Philad elphia Coal Com pany's works. The C oal an! Iron Com pany's police in disp ai-sc wero with th Poles and made a rus'i for -tie assailants, nd Thomas Ryan wr ji captured and taken to the Pottsville ja iL Tlfe others were phiianti hr the nolicr to No.i school house. where thevwere m at all urge force, who fired two shots at tie officers. Tho latter did not return the fire witfci their carbines for fear of killi ag ome innocent people, but went back a- ad es...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 9 February 1888

THE .BURTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT WILL. E. STOKE, Editor and Proprietor, . (Office in OpersBlock) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. City GLxxci County. "The mills of tie goda grind slow. But they get there, Just the same." "Of all bad things with which mankind are curst. Their own bad tempers surely are the worst." Tls now the dude, from day to day, Wail forth his piteous note: "Oh, whence will come the cash to pay For my Spring overcoat?" "lie who has a thousand friend Has not a friend to spare. And he who has one enemy Shall meet him everywhere." D. C. Luse has a couple of children very ill with the chickeu pox. This drizzling, drazzling, dripping, dropping is death to drouths. Mr. Oblenuis, of the Ellinwood Express, came up to the city Saturday. A. G. Winberg has finished the plumbing work in the Morrison hotel. ,Chas. Andreae, from near Ellin wood, was in the city Saturday on busi ness. Mrs. Wm. Zutavern has been quite ill fjr some time, but is almost well again. C. F. Hays, one of Albert's busi ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 16 February 1888

COUITY VOLUME IV. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEB. 16, 1888. NUMBER 4G. Rail Road Time Cards .A.., T. Ss s- IF1- On and after January 9th, 1S87, trains Bend as follows, viz : GOING EASl No. 4, Atlantic express No. 8. Eastern Express No. 6, New York Express No. 42, way freight. .. . No. 44, " " GOIN'O WEST. No. 8, California and New Mexico Er. . . No. 7, Coloradoand Utah Express No. 5, Denver Express No. 41, way freight GREAT BEND WAY JfBKIGHT Arrives from east Departs for east leave Great ..4.59 a. m. ,.5.(M p. m. ,.6.Xi a. in , . 1 .57 p. m. .3.00 p. in. .10.10 p. m ..1104 a. in 10.00 p. m 10.14 a. in 12.15 p. in. . 2.'M p. in. LEAVES. Express a- ,r- Freight 5: a- m- ARRIVES. Express 4:40 p. m. Freight 10:00 p. ui. All trains daily except Sunday. W. TORREY, Agent. St Louis ESpress . Colorado Express St Louis Express. . Colorado Express All trains daily. 12:45 am 7:20 a ni 5:30 a in DEPAKTS 10:50 p iu E. W. Way kant, Agent. ATTORNES TUEO. C.COLE. KLRICK.C. COLE County Attorney. CO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 16 February 1888

THE BAETON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. VT. 3E. STOKE, Editor and Proprietor. GREAT BEND, KANSAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Dally News CONGKESS. After the disposition of routine business n the House on tbe 4th, the Low ry-White con test from the Twelfth Indiana district came up in the regular order, the pending question being upon the adoption of the report of the majority of the committee declaring the seat vacant be cause the sitting member (Mr. White) had not established his citizenship. A lengthy debate followed and without reaching a vote the House adjourned. Ix the Senate on the 6th Mr. Riddloberger succeeded in getting in 6ome remarks upon the subject of considering in open session the pending extradition treaty with Great Britain, but was finally ruled out of order. The bill passed to amend the postal laws so as to permit news papers to be sent free to persons whose post omce Is In the county where papers are pub lished but who reside in another county. Senator Piatt then addre...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 16 February 1888

THE BARTON ; GUIII DEMOCRAT. XX. XL STOKE, Editor anl Proprietor. GREAT BEND, - - - - KANSAS AS GOOD AS SHE IS PRETTY. J know a girl a handsome girl I sometimes think the handsomest That It has been my fate to meet; fcjhe's quick and ready with a Jest; She's stylish, ladylike and bright; . Sho's educated and she's witty : 3Jy heart would be her own to-night Were she as good as she is pretty. 3But I have seen those scarlet lips Disfigured by a sneer of soorning: Those same sweet lips that smiled at ma With so much witchery this morning, ' J'vo seen them curve with proud disdain. When, had they worn a smile of pity, 1 would have loved her O J I wish She were as good as she is pretty. .As a companion for my life, rxa sure I would not seek another; Hut I have seen her toss her head And speak unkindly to her mother. Yet one raore sweet to her young frienda Vou cau not find in all the city; JLnd she would be my heart's delight Were she as good as she is pretty. Sbo charmed me so the other...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 16 February 1888

THE BARTON COUHTY DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY WILL E. STOKE, 2EcIltor and jProrpriotor, (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. One year . ...$1.50 Mx montba 75 Three mouths . .50 advertisement or comniunimtions, to ob tain an insertion, in the Dkmocbat. must be handed in by Wednesday noon of each week, at the very latest. At 5:30 yesterday aftenioou the evi dence iu the case of the State vs. Tom Allen, charged with participating in the Wichita county killing, was closed and this morning Judge Clark deliver ed his instructions to the jury and the argument in the case began. Blaine has declined to have his name conic before the republican na tional convention as a candidate for president. Can it be the wily old letter writer has had a premouitiou of the fate that will befall the republican nominee, and fears to tempt it? SOME POlTtIOAJCj-JDRIF T. Think of a protective tariff on corn protecting the Kansas farmer. One man is a producer of wool and fty ar...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 16 February 1888

COST! CLOSING OUT IT COST! TO it Eysiiiss0 The FAMOUS Dry Goods,' Clothing, Boot and Shoe House will close out their entire stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes at COST. This is no Hum but a CLOSING SALE. A p'nwn linira Inn cn1 o4- aio innm in . r ri I a. Till nois, and will open up business at that place April 1, 1888. We cordially invite everyone to call and see us as our east ern stock is clean and Desirable Goods. It will pay you to lay in your supply while you h avo an opportunity. Come early as the goods must be closed out. Yours For Low Prices, F A'MOU S. THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT WILL. E. STOKE, Editor clxxcI Proprietor, (Office in Opera.Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. City a-nd CoiJinty. G.E. Burdick'8 daughter is very sick. More of the boys have taken to the woods. Dave Gray most always bring a storm to town with him. The mercury fell from 75 above in the shade to 15 above. Parker Corbin is suffering from a severe attack of rheumatism. The last of the court house bo...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 16 February 1888

o DESTROYING THE DIES. Performed at the Ooreroment Hints at the End of Each Tear. A little roll of metal red with fire wis placed upon the anvil, a sledge baxnmer fell twice upon it, three tiny sparks shot into the air, and the molds af the old year's double eagle gold coins were wiped out forever. It was a. thousandth part of the work that lasted all day at the mint, the destroy- ng of the 1887 dies. This is" a novel form of destruction that falls to the lot of the money-making establishment's blacksmiths at the cud of each calendar year, and is the only sure way of preventing the wily coun terfeiter from making spurious coin without regard to date. The dies of the mint are the stamps that imprint on the coin all that 'fancy business that. when rubbed off by time, gives the street car conductor a chance to insult the holder by refusing to accept it. Por instance, it stamps on the dollar the face of the beautiful lady encircled iy stars and makes a strong contrast on the other side ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 16 February 1888

OKLAHOMA CONFERENCE. Ehthuslastle Meeting at Kansas City or Those Who Favor the Opening; of the Territory to Settlement. Kansas Citt, Mo., Feb. 8. Beard of Trade Hull was packed to the doors this morning when Hou. H. M. Holden, chair man of the committee, called the convention to order, and in a speech that was fre quency applauded, stated the object of the conference. At the closeof hisspeech Mr. Holden was loudly applaudeJ. When the applause had ceased ho introduced Governor Jlorehouso as the choice of the convention for perma nent chairman. The Governor wan greeted with loud cheers. Mr. F. M. Strong, of Kansas, was elected as secretary, and Mr. R. Ritchie, or Kansas City, as ass stant secretary. On taking up the gavel Gov ernor Morehouse br.efly addressed the con tion. At the '.lose of the Governor's speech there was another round of cheering. It was then moved that the chair appoint committees on credentials, resolutions and order of business. There was no objection to the motio...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 16 February 1888

THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT " . WILLE.STOKE, Editor axid Proprietor, (Office in Opra;Block) V GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. City and County. When Ice is thick and deep's the snow, And winter days are drenr O! Men wants but little here lelow Zero. With grief is filled life's cup, Mislortuncs on ns frown When coal is going up And snow is coining down. Miss Hattie Laver spent Sunday in Lamed. - Dr. Van Houten has been quite ill for some time. Harry Talcott was in from Lamed Saturday night. Henry Uden, of Oden P. O., was in the city last week. Mr. Fred Stairs, of Garden City, is visiting friends here. Mrs. C. B. Morgan has returned from her visit to Pawnee Rock. Fred Moore, from South Bend, was a welcome caller Saturday. Dan Miller shipped three car loads of cattle to Kansas City Saturday. S. S. Sbattuck and Joe Meeker were down Saturday from Homestead." We are glad to note that Mrs. Grant, who has been very ill, is con valescing. Lewis Bros, are making a cut on photographs this week. See their ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 23 February 1888

"" r "j DEMOCliT. VOLUME IV. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEB. 23, 1888. NUMBER 47. Rail Road Time Cards .A... T. Sc S- IT- On and after January 9th, 1887, trains leave Great Bend aa follows, Tiz : GOING KAS1 No. 4, Atlantic express 4.59 a. m. No. 8. Eastern Express 5.03 p. m. No. 6, New York Express. 6.33 a. ni- No. 42, way freight 1-67 p. m. No. 44, " " 3.00 p.m. GOING WEST. No. 8, California and New Mexico Ex 10.18 p. m No. 7, CoJoradoand Utah Express. 1104 a. m No. 5, Denver Express. 10.00 p. m . No. 41, way freight 10.14 a. m GREAT BEND WAT FREIGHT. Arrives from east 12.15 p. m. Departs for east 2.30 p. m. LEAVES. Express ." 11:10 a. m. Freight 5:00 a. m. ARRIVES. Express 4:40 p. m. Freight 10:00 p. m. All trains daily except Sunday. W. TORREY, Agent. 3no. Pacific- ARRIVES St Louis Express . 12:45 a m Colorado Express 7:20 a iu DEPARTS St Louis Express 5:30 am Colorado Express 10:50 p m All trains. iluily. E. W. Way want, Agent. ATTORNEYS'. TIIEO. C.COLE. , ELKICK.C. COLE Coun...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 23 February 1888

!HE BARM COUNTY DEMOCRAT. v STOXS, Editor and Proprietor. GREAT BEND, - - - . KANSAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary 'of the Dally Newa COKGKKSS. Whes the Benate met on-the 13th the desk of Mr. Riddleberger contained a large and handsome floral barp which had been placed there by the Irish Clan-na-Gael as a recogni tion of his fight against secret sessions and tbe British extradition treaty. Mr. Vest again spoke upon the fallacy &nd extravagance of printing so many useless public documents. "When the Blair Educational hill was reached Mr. Plumb addressed the Senate in opposition to it. The resolution in regard to tbe alleged inefficiency of the mail service in certain locali ties was debated at some length, and after passing a few bills the Senate adjourned.... Un der the call of States In the House many bills and resolutions were introduced. Tbe bill to punish the advertising of lottery tickets in the District of Columbia was the subject of a lively debate upon the liberty of the ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 23 February 1888

THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. "W. E. STOES) Editor and Proprietor. CHEAT "REND - - - KANSAS A CARAMEL COURTSHIP. The beau sat on the sofa by The loveliest of belles; Miss Jones," ne blushed and stammered, "I Have brought some caramels." Oh, thanks, most awfully." she gushed, Like you they're Just too sweet;" And then at once her tongue wa hushed, For she began to eat. JTow caramels are sticky things. And, when too quickly chewed, "bey form a sticky paste that clings Until the Jaws are glued. The lover watched his hungry dove, "Who chewed without a stop. And thought: "If I'm to win her love Now Is the time to pop." Bo down be tumbled on bis knees And to his angel said: Miss Jones ! O will you won't you please Say yes. I want to wed." Her heart against her corset knocked, " Yes, yes," she tried to say, But couldn't for her jaws were locked; And turned her head away. O, speak to me," the lover cried, " Do not my love discard." But not a word the maid replied, Although she struggled hard....

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 23 February 1888

THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY WILL E. STOKE, mditor eLTxdL Proprietor, (Office In Opera Block) GREAT BEND : KANSAS. TERM OP SUBSCRIPTION CASH. Om year.... tl.M fllx month -. 75 Thro months -50 IWA11 advertlMnienU or communications, to ob tain an insertion In the Dkmocrat. must be handed in by Wednesday noon of each week, at the Tery latest. - :a call. The business men and citizens gen erally of Great Bend, are respectfully requested to meet at the office of D. N. Heizer, at 7:30 to.morrow, Fri day evening, for the. purpose of con sidering questions of great importance to our city. Many Citizens. - Kansas is never going back on ber people she will make a better record for 1888 than she has ever made in any ether year. A. San Francisco paper says there are not less than 20,000 men out of em ployment in that city at present with the prospect that the number will be increased before spring. There is am ple room for them in Kansas, and they will not be compelled to live on...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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