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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 September 1898

PEÍ Ki Little Maud Malone is on the Mick U«t thia week. T, V. Murray made a buaineaa trip to Lyons Thuradav. j. W. Chamber*, of Lyons, was upTucaday on business. Little Alice Stewart hait been quite nick again thia week. jud Womble, Jr., visited Bren ham and Houston this week. A. C. Murray has again been confined to hi bed thin week. Mrs. Tom Williams returned Sunday from a visit to Temple. M. L. Womack, Jr., of Hous- ton, spent Sunday with the folks. Miss Kmilv Fischer returned Thursday from a visit to Bren- hatn. J. K. Mclver has been quite sick this week, but is recovering now. Miss Ora Bowers, of Dcanville, visited Mrs. Tom Brewer this week. W. W. Lackey left Tuesday to take charge of the Maysticld school. Miss Bessie Lee left last Mon- day to take charge of her school at Clay. George Tate, of Waco, was in town last Sundav on a brief visit to friends. Mit Parker and son, John, of the Bruno* bottom, were in town Thursday. George Johnston and wife, of Yellow Prairie, were in Caldw...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 September 1898

m MUiifttippi Valley Democrat. The feeling aroused among democrats by the effort to com- mit the party to the odious policy of imperialism has startled the promoters, who underestimated the integrity and courage of the masses. There is a visible sign among the traders of running to cover. The attempt to commit the party to a policy offensive to the consciences of honest men, and destructive of the spirit of 18%, deserves the execration of democrats, and men responsible therefor ought to be required to do work meet for repentance. I do not know that the leading ing to erlarge their gain*, or whether it be ambitious candi- dates seeking to catch a breeze to waft them to office, let it be known of men that the democratic party will not belie Its history and tra- ditions. Datil Pepper. I am surprised at the farmers of the south, and especially my- self, for neglecting to a grievous extent the extensive cultivation of that most productive and wholesome and economical food plant, the Iris...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 September 1898

. MÍMÍ IPPI Valley Democrat. The greater portion of our ex- ¡«ting political ill* and particular- ly the enormous corruption and dinhonesty which ucem now to pervade politics in general, may he directly ascribed to the fact of considerable a number of our citizens remaining aloof from pol- itics. Good men have so long ?SK=——=—■■= evil conditions which may exist, unless he is willing to work, as all cittons should, to better those conditions. Let him ask himself if he has done his own duty bo- fore he laments the fact that oth- ers have failed in theirs. Let him be sure that he understands the duties of citizenship in his coun- try. Liberty, like all other things truly valuable, can not be gained or kept without great effort, and it remains not long with the un- deserving. Good laws and good mm m-: Bm permitted our public affairs to constitutions are desirable, but suffer neglect that a purification , even tj,cy can be available for the of politics has bccomo the radical public good ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 September 1898

; v'>! -'■ i m Stories of tl)€ Str««t —Sam Taylor is now «at Ikmbo behind the counter® at Gillev & Haden* . —We received a communica- tion from Bel ton this week too late for publication. •—The Ladies' Cemetery soci- ety have changed their hour of meeting from 5:30 to 4:30 Friday afternoon. —Several couples of the young folks enjoyed a social evening at the residence of Lee Broaddus Tuesday night —A number of the young peo- ple enjoyed themselves at the residence of Tom Brewer last Saturday night —The brick work on the Hud- son building is progressing rap- idly and the walls will be finished in about ten days. —The collection taken last Sunday by the Baptist church for missions amounted to the handsome sum of $300. —Several young people enjoy- ed a moonlight drive and a few hours socially with Miss Grace Stovall last Monday night —Quite a large mb4 merry crowd of young folks met at Aunt Sallie Hill's Monday night and enjoyed a pleasant social evening. —The board of medical ex...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 October 1898

SIXTEEN Pi •. 'Y'l Caldwell News-Chronicle. our aim i the; greatest benefit to the farmers and working people of burleson county. VOL. XIX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1898. NO. 21. f FROM OUR RURAL STflff. f LYONS. Lvonh, Texan. October 5. editokh n*w -Cm«onici.b: A shower fell here yester- day evening-. Miks Pearl Kale, of Gay Hill, is visiting the family of J. C. Har- nett. Miss Mabel William returned to Caldwell on Tuesday, after a pleasant visit to friends at this place. Miss Jessie Bu fiord, of Dean- ville, came down last week to be- Ifin teaching here, having been elected assistant. B. A. Wood and sisters, Misses Ada and Hattie, made a flying trip to Merle last Saturday. Dr. A. L. Moore, after a two- weeks stay at this place, doing dental work, returned to his home in Atlanta, («a., lant Thursday. Major Ragndale. Judge Mclver, Buck (Jay. Cha*. Williams, Tola Oliver, Ned Jenkins and others were down from Caldwell Tues- day to attend ti* Jones-Burleson ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 October 1898

é MM*. fWfcra mé I ta tli* A Mm far NEWS-CHRONICLE.. 1 never advantageous. In the pre - ent case our a^grandizement at the expense oí Spain baa not even pecuniary advantage to recom- mend it. If we allow the sugar and tobacco of Cuba. Porto Rico i and the Philippine to enter the ¡United State free of duty, we j throw away nearly half of our S. S. Merrill write as follows tariff receipt , and mu t make la the Mississippi Valley Demo* up for the deficiency by internal crmt: .taxation. If we keep the Philip- Mythology tells us that early pine , we must, for some years Ml his career, at the junction of at least, keep fifty thousand sol- two roads. Hercules was met by i diers there at a cost of fifty mil- two female figures, each offering lion dollars a year. At present,' to be his guide. One. typifying' during times of peace, our an-' ▼irtue. was clad in garments of nual military expenses average chaste simplicity; the other, rep about one thousand dollars for resenting pleasure and wor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 October 1898

tiíi ir""*"'u*'"f'<l'''w"*"'">i"""'"TTryiiBi ni(iíiinf(iiia—11 The Spiritual Man. xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. A man whoae wife was sick tremblingly asked the doctor: cl>o you think there is any need for any unncccaaary anxiety .about my wife? The man han perhaps never to this day seen the absurdity of his question. What is the use of having «un- necessary anxiety about any- thing? Yet most all of our anxi- ety of this brand. XXX A church must be aggressive as well a* defensive. A church that is set simply to maintain its doctrines and principles has al- ready laid hold on death. The only church that can live and prosper in the church that seeks new conquests for its Lord. The call of < od in to an aggressive, .conqueringchurch. A church is worse than helpless without con- victions, but these convictions must find their true embodiment in active service. XXX If you would be loved, be slow to take offense. It your associ- ates are compeled to be always on their guard lest t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 October 1898

= í ■ Vij4 . i.;-." ■ Kfc* P w é JOMttt. tdihrt aitd Pnpri—r* ta the Caldwell po to®c« m we- Mttar. (mad Every Frlda? Morn In*. «•VWTIIINC NATIS. Mnlu ads one Insertion twenty renta MT (non; two Insertions thirty-live coul par tacb; one nu iitli sixty cent per Inch. J nU.< «oven Miri one-hslf cent* per Jrst insertion and tlve cents per une l subsequent Insertion. Obituaries, cards of thanks and notices of Swrtalntnent given for religions, edúca- la) or charitable purposes at half regu- rates. notices of all kinds 11.00 per hundred _ Jrst Insertion and 50 cents per huu- wordseach subsequent Insertion. Positively no reduction will be made NB above rates. Nkwr-chhohici.b desires a correa- nt at every postoldce In the county, In exchange will furulsh the paper. sta- sry and poMaite free. Will be pleased to awwspond with uny one on the subject. MÉst Ikise SUBSCRIPTION RATH: Tear Months.... Mon tus II M 1 00 80 ltIN HOC SIGNO r/XCES." Caldwell. Tex., Friday. October 7. A CASH SYSTEM. T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 October 1898

'■■i1 . .'v-* ' ¡ ,TUt Mi hotel iMter. 1W *** Meh other at table. She wm evidently uot a* young m aha onee wm but wa* l>eeutiful still. She oould not help glancing «t Rodney when the could do so unobeerved by him. «'Yea," she Mid to herself, «it must be he. He hM raburn hair— rather redder than I expected. He Ú, u beautiful blond, though." She noticed the grace and etyle of the delicate manner of his eating. It all showed the gentleman. "Thoae are hie eyee—blue, gentle and liquid—just M 1 expected. He «ní(1 nothing about that mole on hi* «'bin. Of uouree he would not." She ft*It hie gaae on her blushing check*. He wm looking at her. Wa* he studying hert He certain- ly could not have been looking for her i t that hour or he would have met her at the train. Immediately after supper abe re- rem I the advertisement for a wife, Mint reviewed the delightful letter sh'- h id received from Mossby, inre- ply tohers, Answering the advertise- mcnt She wa* certain it was he. She «trolled out...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 October 1898

' '■. JÉM 'fe-.'' . " . '-i IftiOíllEWií fi-'l': ' ' ííK1'' m m*- Ü IviMd every Cridar at Caldwell. Tnu people Inm IKAS NEWS NOTES. Free mail delivery began in Oreenville on the 1st. It it said that there are more ile in Corsicaca than there are to put them in. Robert J. Watson was killed in • runaway accident near Eureka, Navarro county. A good revival is stirring the people of Commerce, Munt county. Forty weie saved at two services. Jacksboro has added another fine artesian well to her already abundant supply of good water. A case of diphtheria developed in Smithville, which has caused de- tar in the opening of her public aenools. Mrs. Jim Head tried to kindle a Are with kerosene at Hillsboro, and ahe and her two-year-old baby were burned to death. In the Rev. Morrison murder ease at Vernon, motion for new trial was overruled. Appeal to the higher court will be taken. A stock company is being formed at Terrell with a capital of $10,000 for the building of a plant for the manufactu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 October 1898

(¿ditums Niíwh-CMHONICLK : Right at the beginning of this ominoUM, omnibuM eraclc, I wish to «lay down in tbc middle of the road and unqualifiedly aHHert that I bump my anatomy up *quarcly againat the nuggeMtion made by the now i/c plumed ncrib- blcr, «Cicero, and indorse it from alpha to omega. Let me inhíht that, if Huch a thing be jjoh- sible, you dear beloved reporto- rial scrawlern get together and tie yournelvcH together in a dou- ble bow-knot, with by-laws, there- fore and whereases, and en- deavor to do something for Uur- IcHoii countv and the citizens itself floating on the aea of jour* nalism without an editor, and just now is approaching a brick wall. Cotton is being gathered and given away as fast as the weath- er will permit. It rains here about seven days out of the week and then a Klondike wind comes along that makes you feel like hugging a tire jam. Like it is in Hurleson county, the marriage problem is a dead ¡mkuc. Since I so convincingly expounded the theory of ma...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 October 1898

' ' ' ~*' mm mmm mm mam ^m mm mm mm mm mm mm ^m mm mm W av ■■§ IV ^bi ■«■ «■" w^1 — —— — — — — — — -~ J. F- COBB'S IMMENSE CASH BARGAIN LIST I Over $45,000 worth of choice Merchandise, bought at low figures, awaiting pprecíatíon of the trade at oar store. Below we name a few of our prices for your consideration. A* < +k, Harmony in<t l,odi shirting print iSf. Kl U>radti tjrte .V. Over MNN> yard full tlantUfl, twintilol new design* in tlrr«H h^urMl nil rot*. indigo blue and Simpson' im! American tilver if rev , and black an<! wlulr* 4c. Windsor K|>rlaiit* ami Amaranths, high K dr. up-to-date drcni tt^lrn Sc. Washington <al color , dre and quilt «IjIm, hr«l made Sc. Standard «olid oil cot-irs rnU, hint , greens and Tflk>« V. 1 tule llt.-ii-.tin C. yard wide. brown domes- tic k. t bale Aladra, yard «ule, Sea l*land brown domritic 4c. 2 bale Arrow brand, yard wide. brown do- mrntk, eitra value .V'. 1 hale K>|H itioii. yard wide. heavy brown dome tic, 2 < Ta...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 October 1898

' ACA feather tick *' ic, tira ni te ACA feather tick Irte. Aatoetkeag ACA feather tick lie. Standard table oil cloth lOc. Best tabic oil ci<-th I2';c. WOOLENS. UNENS. ETC. Columbia Jean- , for little boy ' pants I c. «Our Bob Jean-, 15c. Parkland Jean*. splendid value 3)c. Corn Cracker Jean-, ail wool tilling 25c. <*reat Kentucky Jean-.. 9 ounce ill wool till- ing 35" tc. Wool Staff Jean*, "m. all wo- l filling 331 iC.. 54-inch waterproof, best quality, blue, grey and black. 4oc. Xo. 3 Irish frieze lsc. No. 1 Irish frieze 2>«c. tirey w< .l flannel. 2i'. 25. 35 a-id 4««<.. Plaid skirting w.jol flannel '■*•• Ked w< *¿1 flannel Is. - J. 2s. :i and 4 v. White wool flannel- 2i>. 25. 35 and 4; r. t pera flannel- *5c. 5X-jnch whit'- table damask 25c. MKinch all linen -Ahite table damask ^s:. Better and wider grad'-- ••• tv- and tip. 5K-inch re<! table !a:na-k. fa-' « -!>-rs 2-^c. ri<t-inch red < r blue Renfrew table damask 40c. tiood line (jf tabic-na pk i...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 October 1898

== = to* (Mvetloa New . General Sanger' vehement :h to Secretary Alger, in} rich the orator declared that e sickness and suffering of the they will probably find that mis- management and neglect, from which many of the volunteers have suffered, are results of cam- paign dealing and political trad- ing by which, as a rule, the least' ... , ... , worth v and least c¿>mpetent men soldiers were chargeable largely . . ... chief cook and bottle- " apt to «cure the rf.pons.bl,- 10 «your washer, who i the rankest sort •f a horse doctor. does not mean that veterinary surgeons are not respectable or reliable, but that and lucrative positions. Seals'* Greatest Need. Mr. R. P. Olivia, of Ilarcelona. Spain, j pend* hi winter at Aiken. S. C. He . . ... . . had ever< pain in the hack of hi«j they shou.tl not be permitted b_\ head, caused bv weak nerves. On u ing the war department to quit their Electric Bitter*. America", greatest , i . . . . blood and nene remedy, all pain *oon legitimate w...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 October 1898

- __ ... Tefk. ; poor hundred bronehot, the mounts of rough rider , charged down« line of horae buyers the other dsy in New York, and the government is ftt least $10,000 richer. The average price wfta be- tween $25 and $80. They were a part of the 1,037 horae on which the rough rider were to have ridden through Cuban chaparral. They were left in Tampa when the cry "On to Santiago!" waa given, and later they were brought to Montauk. The Long Island camp canned the noble steeds to become rough coated and conditioned like elotheahorses. They looked as though they had been fed on equine hard taek and cared for by a Uuttenberg quartermaster. Groups of rough riders were on hand by 9 o'clock in East Twenty- fourth street at the establiahment of the Piss, Doerr ft Carroll com- pany, to whom the government had intrusted the task of disponing . . . , . i bought for lower figures after that of the horses. Some of the sol- . ^ .. _ * diers were there with the idea that j ur.u:. the ateeaa were ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 October 1898

R'V Chiehago, III., Oct. 4—The Jwm K. Jones of Arkansas, of the national deiao- committee, lias appointed ex- uot. Win. J. 8tour of Missouri, ea-tiov. John P. Altgeld of Illinois, ft—tnr Wm. V. Allen of Nebraska tad Senator Teller of Colorado, to Ml in eoajunction with himself as K eommittee on ways and means. !RiU committee addressed the fol- lowing letter to Mr. Wm. H. Har- vey (Coin) of Chicago: Mr. Wm. H Harvey, Chicago. 111.—Dear sir. The nudersigned committee on ways ;uid means, to further the cansé of bimetalism and the overthrow of corrupt re- publican denomination of this ooantry, tenders you the position of general manager of its work. Yon will observe that the commit- tee represent'* not only the demo- cratic party, but the allied forces that are workiug with it for the protection of the republic and free institutions, and it is in a spirit of harmony and true patriotism that we desire your assistance. Jakes K. Jonks. Wm. J. STOXE. JOHN P. ALTOKU . Wm. V. ALLEN. HENRY TEU...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 October 1898

t people you know. Mrs. B. I. Sparks is ill with the prevailing fever. Dr. B. O. McLean was in Bren- bam last Tuesday. Dr. T. O. Gorman took a flying trip to Giddings last Sunday. W. M. Stone and son, Charlie, are taking1 in the Dallas fair this week. Kcinhardt Struwe has been vis- iting relatives in Brenham thin week. Dr. T. O. (inrman went to Dal las for a few days at the fair this- week. Mrs. Mary Joiner left for Waco Monday to take in the con- ven ti« n. Miss Highsmith, of Kit , died Monday of this week and was buritil the next day. W. H. C. Lee, manager of the oil mill, wont to Clay Station Wednesday evening. Mrs, K. II. Barnett, of Bren- ham. is visiting the family of her father, W. II. Jenkins. Bohn: To Mr. and Mrs. (leo. Vinson, in this city, Tuesday night. October 4. a girl. A. d. Jenkins and son, Jesse W., went to Dallas Wednesday night t<> take in the fair. Jim Wyatt, formerly a resident of Caldwell, died and was buried at Gl«>be, Arizona, last week. Ifoxv: To Mr...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 October 1898

ü mmmm ' "":i J"''' ^77aa nn. i i ( ¿ i i i i i i i ÜfcÍ ^4 XT. ^Fr <W. 3K ^kr ^k" jdfcr m +i m m m 'jAl Id Rust & Joiner, WE PRINT NEWSPAPERS, PAM* PHLETS, CATALOGUES, BRIEFS, BLANKS, COU* PON BOOKS, NOTES. MORTGAGES, LETTER HEADS. NOTE HEADS. BILL HEADS. CARDS. ENVELOPES. AND ALL KINDS OF PRINTED SUPPLIES.* XX AVE PRINT EVERYTHING.,* *m ma *m ^ O y mJl * km yk *jy> <y *m y* *jy> ^ i ^ ^ I tm v+iid WE WANT YOUR JOB PRINT* ING, AND IF YOU WANT NEAT, ARTISTIC, STYUSH WORK, WE WILL BE SURE TO GET VTJ€XXWE ARE DOING NOTHING BUT FIRST-CLASS WORK, AND INVITE A COMPARISON BETWEEN OUR PRINTING AND THE VERY BESTJVAAAWE WILL TAKE GREAT PLEASURE IN SHOWING OUR SAMPLES, QUOTING PRICES, AND FILLING YOUR ORDERSJVA.VA.AA K 7K í tm y "A* -sj K 35 KM* y «J n* «1 m* tm k? **£ ÍJI iHÍ hííAííá WE PUBLISH THE CALDWELL NEWS/CHRONICLE, THE LARGEST AND BEST WEEKLY PAPER EVER PUBLISHED IN BURLESON COUNTY. CONTAINING THE IN- TERESTING NEWS OF THE CITY. COUNTY. STATE. AND WORLD AT LARGE A AAA...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 October 1898

$n HIS OLD ftirn. MM IS th* «un I rou«M tltl V„y back In '«liiir-«fte, ig' ef I do «y thu fM-hcr— ■)>•'• )* ' ,hw bMt *W Th«t ever j n«wcre4 "Reaily!" A*lien cap'na alv« command— Don't f««l )' ■« rl*hl ln *">' "«* * Ontou c,OM •* •"""N Curse. look* old-fa «Monté An' ruttoar out o' atyla; Mar bo. thaaa new contraption Kin b**t har by a mile; But whan It comaa to bualnaaa, Je«t count her In tba land! 1 don't feel right In any light Onlesa aha'a cloaa at hand! m '* i Sí The new guna-tbey ahoota faatar An' throw a power o* «hot; But draw a bead on thla on*— She allua hit* the apotl I They've ruled har out. an' I'm In doubt 'U« ut J'lnln' of the hand; X don't fc«*l right In any light Oiileaa ahe'a cloaa at hand! I^jyank U Staoton. In Chicago Tlmea- Herald. ___________ fORTV GOLD PIECES. gola Vejar, ¿implo child , of a guile U-- race, believed in h r von Uoal that wealth would outweigh in itiie heart of Antonio Ma^cavel the baatitv of Hofugio 4JaHia«, «rout atxi i«eo iied thou all t...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 October 1898

Í Stories of tl>« Street. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm —(Juite a number of the gay and giddy young folks want to go to Dallas this year, but will they get off? —Mrs. Dave Wilkerson, of Deanville.was bitten by a copper- head snake Fridav. She is now- reported to be improving. —Ou and after the 1st day of October the postoffice will close at 5:30 p. m. for the fall months, instead of 6 p. m. as heretofore. —The firm of Morgan & Por- ter are sick. Mr. Morgan is able to be about but «oughten't to, while Mr. Porter is confined to bis bed. —We would call the attention of our business men to an article on the fourth page, entitled «Cash Business. It is worth perusal and some study. —There is to be an ice cream «upper at Deanville school Fri- day night for the purpose of rais- ing money to pay the indebted- ness on the school building. All are invited to attend. —Correspondents will please guard against making statements that are at all likely to lead to n- courage anything of the kind. A'eses is...

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