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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 25 November 1910

50 PlEP £A., Aft ell t s di w s b pged lg !ltres skatlimas treaesi ma wVO St beneit. Thee I b al U Uea's Eine aPis amd was w .n e farn the frt. Comtilned m este Remember the name-Deas' r s.le.by a. elters a eut a bo0. aster-Nilbura 0Co.. BRblao N. T et seeng th wri.'s basebanl series and having a slight ursical operatio performed Reaching this city, he consulted a speiig, and was told that as operation was not necessary. "But, doete," the New Orleans party rgently interposed, It must be done" "Wby must it? woedergly ane led the sureaum. "Bacaue," was the starm g s I Joi nder atthe sothern mass "I told a· the s at home thk t a I was gog to bte an eperats performeds, p ad it I doet mask good they il . the ie eft et me."-?hl ael pha Tele De ss Cannot Be Cased lir --asus sno OISGOURAGEMENTS OF LITERA. TURL .,--- hre. Qole--Ba to =or bas am been accused of plaglarlsm? Mis. Spacer-No; sad it discourages him, too. It shows he has nover vwt ten anything that' so good other per ie woued lie ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 25 November 1910

I W, -taio, In u FOR THE BUSY MAN NEWS EPITOME THAT CAN SOON SE COMPASSED. IAM EVENTS ARE ENTIONED Home and Foreign Intlligence Cone donoed into Two and Four Line Paragraphs. Washington. Congres meets the first Monday Is December. The session will end March 4th. The beginning of November hba brought an Improved condition of gov ernment finances. The month shows a surplus of more than $700.00,000, against a deficit of $500,000 a year ago. The total receipts to date are nearly $7.000,000 ahead of a year ago and the disbursements are nearly $4,000,000. Pensions for all employee of ats tional banks and protection for their families in case of death has been proposed to the treasury department by the large mutual life insurance companies. Several reports of the compeanes headed by W. C. Beers of New York, had a conference Griday with the comptroller of the currency regarding the legality of the plan. After a leave of absence lastltn nearly ten years during the most 'of which time he was ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 25 November 1910

brt r.. L r» *a No - - * U ba "I 60 a awr brill k ws a mm wwb CIICAOq EFk)We Shoes Are best for Children othemaa weskuhip gwe b e.0 .'. sue-W-Hm ISbsm Nea s. w~ wsper sttbe e e -. k fL atum seaw Ibo T rtotabNý p ikt bm b." -. whcile. Shq y r s .1hb M~rarUlpaema4 dsmII miIe a" we illN WaNIY . CIt·~f PUSPOS Reebeehv. Wda.., Boyt A Co.~ aas& $oe oobdlr T PUT 'EM TO SLEEP. Novelist-When I'm writlng a nov I lass o.esiderable sleep over It Crtlo-Oh! well. what's your loss Is rovr readers' gsala. Reason fee Strange Names. A lUtt colored girl appeared ea et the city playgrorads the other day, accompanied by two plakans. ales, who she ezplaiaed were cousias dt hers, visitors l Newark. "What rwe their namees?" baed the young wowe tn charg. of the pl ygroumd. "A~la Overture Johnsoa' and Luos eatette Johnaa." thei girl answered. "Yea see, their page use to work eor a opers man."-Newark News. "Don't Argfy' A single dish at Post Toasties with sugar sa eai m flls the whole sory "TM_ .d a ryd L...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 25 November 1910

FAILED Lthld Smadl Tea li hMer ToMle, Tfrmer Curd Ml." 3t. :olm N. abena doah n manhloh euw, at. Ida tn he an Vertised my- s .inea far kid ne t and bled mer tro blo. there i, noth ta w h toh equal Pera a. I suffereda hundreds of dollars on doo oh an ato ,;tos and mtod rune. "One bottle aoa Uaan or Mr. John N. Watklus. Sother put together. as they only -_e_ m system. Peruna cured o I ued it for four motbhs before complet cure was accomplished, but truly grateful to you. The least I do In return I e to acknowlerd merits of Peru whb I tash r n now doins. Bladder Trouble. Mr. C. B. Newahof 10 Delaware treet, Albay. N. T. writes: "since my advaned eg I 1ad that bave been frequently troubled with kri ry ailment.. The bladder seemed tte. and my hololn said tha Swhich would be di ffulf to ower me on accouont of my advanced yearsw toot Perune, hardly dazing to bneLe I would be helped but found to relief that I soon began to mend. Irritation gradually subsided. and Wa aecellent health now for...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 25 November 1910

* Stupendous Beyond Conception ". The Monster Mill and Factory LOOM END SALE Now Going On In Full Blast l , Road Thse Patriotic, Pulse Stirrian Prices: $2o,ooo worth of high grade Merchandise is being distributed into the homes of the people at ridiculous low prices. Thousands of satisfied customers go out smiling; for once they Red Damask worth SOc, NOW 299 Men's Handkerchiefs, good found every thing as advertised. Be one of the lucky ones during this quality, worth 10c, NOW 3c. Cotton gloves, per pair, Sc. Men's Great Mill and Factory Sale. Opportunity presents itself but once to CU BERTSO N CASH STORE gloves and mittens at greatly reduced prices. Men's and t oys' caps every one. Embrace it. All good things come too late for those who S almost given away. Hardware Department: Stove-pipe joinnts 15c, ate ever tardy. We are making this one the greatest money saving Eltws . Nails sales on record. It has surpassed all former efforts in bargain-giving * Eltws 18c. Nails per Ib 4c. Stee...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 25 November 1910

estead Items : Nov. s3. 29gt ri. damp s auling grai to FroM. T. . Flick was a Froid visator last week H. Horstman went to Pertersea last week. Jesse Red antoed over to Froid last Tom Strom called oe Mr. Flick last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Vanastta weet to Froid last week Mrs. Archibald bd a windmill pet up on her farm recently. Mr. Swanke, of Enterprise, is hauling Las to Medicine Lake. H. Horstman visited Mr. and Mrs Wal tar G. Stephena last week. The Brandom school in District No. 5 with Miss Ridell as teacher is making pretty good headway. Mirs Margaret Mclnnes. after a few days' stay with Mr. Flick and family, re turned to her boome at Redstone again. Mnss Caldwell, who visited her sister and brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ballack of Froid, returned to her home at Upham. N. D. again. There was a social dance at T. M. Flick's last week and everybody had a finoe time for Mr Flick knows bow to entertain his friends. H. Horstman and John Van natta furnished the music. Wanted-...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 2 December 1910

VOL. .1X. NO. 33. CULBERTSON, VALLEY COU7NTY NTANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2. 19W. Us... PER YEAR CHRISTMAS WILL SOON BE HERE and we are ready to show our Holiday Line - We always aim to carry a Good Line of CHRISTMAS GIFTS but this year It Is more com' plete than ever. Buy early while stock is complete. We will store goods till Christmas TlE VALLEY DRUG.CO. W. A. IHUXSOL, PROP. Valley Meat Market 0 Reopened * Everything New and Fresh. : P Finest new cooling room In the e state. We will keep the best line C * of beef, pork. veal, mutton, poultry, " fish, etc. to be had an here. We 0 * respectfully ask a share of your * patronage. * Telephone 34 " * I Jacobs & Markle C Culbertson, - Montana. s tr * CALL FOR I White's Old Style Beer I IT'S BETTER THAT'S WHY I u * N Watch for the reasons j Any saloon keeper can furnish: this beer to you at $5.50 per case:. j $1.00 rebate for empty when re * e o * turned., " *h I East Grand Forks Brg. Co. W. J. Doheny Agt. . Bainville, Mont. WANTS YOUR BU...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 2 December 1910

YTHE H1OME BAKERY I d *ow JUST OPENED IN 0 MITTON'S OLD STAND " 0* 0 " i* t * A FIRST-CLASS UP-TO=DATE RESTAURANT : a ** * In connection an * SUNDAY DINNERS A SPECIALTY bk S" * Dinner from 12:30 to 2:30 p. m. Come and bring your family .1 YL * YOURS TRULY, 0 0 * A. R. Mitton, - - Prop. : 0.....e."""""""""""""""""""".""""""""""1 R H CITY DRAY LINE G. A. JANES, PROP. Dray ing Done on Short Notice at Reasonable Prices. Phone No. 144 OU LBERTSON. CiONTANA h Traders State Bank of Poplar Poplar, Mont. Capital, 25.000 Dollars Invites accounts of the people, assuring perfect service and every aeeommodation consistent with sound banking. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED " Pioneer Livery Barn Henry Winch, Prop. Successor to A. J. Culwell Everything first class in the Livery Line. Hors 1s bought, sold and exchanged. Bailed hay for sale. Culbertson, Montana. 4 __ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ Notice Those owing Max Gonlon, former pro prietor of the Montana Beer Hall. are hereby notified that the accounts have be...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 2 December 1910

jcuMTW93oa0o. Uwr ua --4iusWar biE mat lato he tateder amost bya the soraement s tas seert to uel the rebauam that thrat eas to lees to seriom alvi war. The aseusmte alreaey hate imptrel Nt us I mas, a towa in uafes moet at Matsavsieu. The tWoebe maginatte to a oateast between two theatia, tr the preeMAac. The goveraatat eta. i SMitte is Joe. Battle y Ordoame. at a large anuaher at the tabhatats are oppoese to him ead emgeart the setenmio.s at Dr. Bamehal, who aeseatcr redsi the peet at sueig lsalater at the reqaeet at Prehelsat lIumn. . The tear year tran at Prahieat Willitaa omees to as esa March 1,1911. TRAIN APPLE EA TER now Cmsnaners' League Finds Numerous Reeruts. Members Go About Calling hr Fruit and When Resteurants and He tblb Refuse Demand. Lives Made Miserable. New York--A farmer living near S rantos, Pb., disposes of his surplus sle. wIndfalls, ase, by suehpig them to town to be distributed to the hailersn of the tactory distrilt. This Is a good way to dispose of aul app...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 2 December 1910

f il iANY POINTS WWVNTS OF THE DAY HELD TO A FEW LINES DAfS EvaTs lOaW DOW Personal, Political, Foreign and Other lateilgence interesting to the General Reader. Washington. United States Senator Elkins may be able to appear in his seat in the coinag session of congress, according to a statement regarding his condi tion given out at his Washington reel* deace. The Secretary of Interior has ap proved the decision of the commis sioner of the land office in appeal of William Angelin, dismissing his con test against ,the homestead entry of Bessie F. Standford Alliance, Neb., land district. Nebraska pensions granted: Elon 0. Beers, $20; Willard N. Evans, $15; Frank W. Hammond, $12; Tobias Hansen, $20; Noah J. Kinsley, $12; Gelina P. Shepard, $12; Benjamin F. Watts, $15; William Williams, $20; Lewis A. Williams, $15. Future "cut rates" in proprietary medicines throughout the United States are said to depend -upon the outcome of a suit to be argued imme diately after Thanksgiving in the su ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 2 December 1910

-w of be e eF *a Thee s s mtr s to ser it. seserke Mrs Deatt its i h onto t pohmivl Is t adossthm t ae writh onthe uablty eThath rigt- aws bneUta1 bahe eaee, a betwe. i oe to0~aý washlaS" Pta we eak t ac atth ane elaei tor aung hashead. cosesi - a toisam. s t he wreber. ft prwohes pwtte wuin "here's no as trying to desycib reaetked Ms. Dalan, "tbs Is the worst sook we've har yet. There positiely len't a decent thing to eat piem " the table." "That's right," rejoined Deilnit. "Diet," eantlwed bin wife, "there's ane thing in her favor. ne oan't be beat when it Coshe to weshg." "Pity we at eat the oars,. sighed the hungry husband. "lier, In Kansas. A certain Kansas editor always puts the word "beer," when pr"tei in bis paper. In quotation marks. "Why do you do that?" a subNSriber asked him "It in for the samie reason." he re' plied, "that we pet quotation marks around the word 'ghoet.' We don't be lieve there are any ghosta. -Kansaa City JournaL. se a - ee tacu t emas m wins Reeum S"a ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 2 December 1910

Somebody's Baby By LAWRENCE ALFRED CLAY Copjrtht. Ial. by AammCiakd LawUry Prs Mrs. George Congdon had run into Philadelphia for the day to visit her mother. She had brought with her aer girl baby, ten months old, and sad been accompanied by her hus and as nurse girL His business was ax the city, and at five o'clock he would call for and take her home. Yr. Congdon was a young man, but ae understood babies. He knew that they should be held head downward -that they should be given a father y finger to bite when they cried, and :hat tickling the bottoms of their feet when they had the colic was - certain !ure. That was the finest baby in the state of Pennsylvania. The father, the mother, the grandmother. Aunt Ethel and all the neighbors at the Dongdon suburban home said so. Realiing, young as she was, that she would be kept awake at night when her sparking days came, she got as much infant sleep as possible. She could be laid away on the bed, the window sill, the clock shelf or any oth...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 2 December 1910

filttL AND FACTORY" " .)MO D SALE To Continue 10 days more 4 1.2y Closes Thursday, Dec. 15th APRON APONa CULBERTSON CASH STORE 6 1"2a Culbertson, Montana pet yd. ery Owing to the condition of the weather the first days of out Great We are making this one of the greatest money saving sales on Mill and Factory Loom End Sale, and it being impossible for people record. It has surpassed all former efforts in bargain giving. from across the river to get in, we have decided to continue this Great Therefore we shall expect to see you at our store many times during CULBERTSON CASH STORE Sale so days longer and give all those who were unable to attend a this Mill and Factory Loom End Sale, so walk in, ride in, blow in, chance to get in. We have bargains galore awaiting you at this Great any old way to get in. Money Saving Event and every one should avail themselves of this Look for the Big Canvas Sign and pennants flying from our store. golden opportunity. Our Stock is Still Complete. BUT DON...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 2 December 1910

RED BLACKSMITH SHOP John Deere and Moline Ready made Plow Shares. We make plow shares for any make of plows and guarantee satisfactory work. Water Tanks Made to Order Disc machines and discplowsground on short notice. All kinds of lathe work and engine repairing promptly and correctly done General Blacksmithing and Horse Shoeing GEO. BALFOUR Culbertson, Montana * * Palace Saloon * * * SVOBODA & MAXIM. Proprietors. 0 Successers to Frask Stephea. Imported and Domestic Wines, : Liquors and Cigars. * * * * * * Family trade, Picnic parties, Hunting and : 0 Fishing parties supplied. 0 * * * * " 0 * A portion of the trade of the S * public is respectfully solicited " * * I Culbertson. . . Montana : S""""""""""""**"""""******"******"""""": jNew Goods. Lowest Prices. We keep everything in the ( ~Grocery Line * 1 *I 4 : ~In Fancy and Staple Goods In this line as well as g others, we want your Business. *i 4 Canned Goods * 4 in the very best qualities, in everything, Monogram and Un Iversi...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 9 December 1910

VOL MN. t I. t CULRRRTSON. VALJ*T COUNTY. A, FRIDAY, DECEMBER g ye, . h.o PER YEAR c CHRIIS 5TMAS WILL SOON BE HERE and weare ready to show our Holiday Line We always aiLnm to carry a Good Line of CHRISTMAS GIFTS but this year It is more com plete than ever. Buy early while stock is complete We will store goods till Christmas THE VALLEY DRUG CO. W. A. HUXSOL, PROP. ALLEY MEAT MARKET Sea lshipt Straight from the Oyster Beds Oysters Under Seal Sealshipt Oysters are shipped direct to us in air tight, germ proof containers. These containers are packed solid with oys ters at the aesside and sealed. The ice goes round the outside of the container-not a drop Co water can get in. The seal re mains unbroken uptil the oysters reach our store. They are oysters at their best. If you want to know the flavor of the real sea oysters, come into our store; take a pint of Sealshipts home with you. While in the store also ask for a copy of our free book "Mark Twain's Oyster Story " It contains many fi...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 9 December 1910

IHE I OME BAKERY I JUST OPENED IN MITTON'S OLD STAND 0 0 0 * * A FIRST-CLASS UP-TO-DATE RESTAURANT " in connection 3 -3 0 0 SUNDAY DINNERS A SPECIALTY * * Dinner from 12:30 to 2:30 p. m. " 0 Come and bring your family * S* * YOURS TRULY, * S* : A. R. Mitton, - - Prop. : CITY DRAY LINE G. A. JANES. PROP. Dray ing Done on Short Notice at Reasonable Prices. Phone No. 144 OULWBERTSON. MDONTANA Traders State Bank of Poplar Poplar, Mont. Capital, 25.000 Dollars Invites accounts of the people, assuring perfect service and every accommodation consistent with sound banking. CORRESPONDENC E SOLICITEI) Pioneer Livery Barn Henry Winch, Prop. Successor to A. J. Culwell Everything first class in the Livery Line. Hors es bought, sold and exchanged. Bailed hay for sale. Culbertson, Montana Notice Stray Ox Those owing Max Gonion, former pro- One black and white Holstein ox came prietor of the Montana Beer Hall. are to my place five miles east of Froid about hereby notified that the accounts have bee...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 9 December 1910

lIE_ As of State Are sit with at Lenith inAnual BUT LITTLE ABOUT TARIFF President Disousses Work of TrWr Board- 4Mp Sub sidy is Urged. WORK ON PANAMA CANAL Need of Legislation Anticipating Coen pieties of the Ditsh Is Pointed Out--Change in Peetal Ratee Parole Poet and Pestal savinge--eenemy Urged. WasMaton, Dec. e.-President satt' annual massage to congress moitalned 4,000 words, and Is samid to be the longest document of its klnd ever written. In it be reviews the work of each of the admalstrative departments begiasaing with the state department. He devotes conslderable space to the satisfactory aettlement of the fisherles dispute with England through the medium, of the Hague Tribunal, and recounts both the his tory of the fisheries dispute and the establishment of the tribunal. In connection with the state depart ment he tells of the Important poll tical happenings of the past twelve months throughout the entire world. and the action of this country In con nection with them. Tari...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 9 December 1910

Y. IL lAS4 3 ~ " "MONTAMA EPITfiME OF EVENTS GENERAL NEWS AND NOTES FRESH FROM THE WIRL THE STORY IN A NUTSHELL Embracing a Condensation of Event in Which Readers Generally Are More or Less Concerned. Washington. Special arrangements have been made by Postmaster General Hitch cock for the rapid transmission of mail intended for delivery abroad by Christmas day. The net income of the 262.490 cor porat .s of the United States which are subject to tax under the corpora tion tax law was $3.125.470.000 for the year which ended on June 30. The commission appointed by Press dent Taft to inquire into the charac ter of legislation for the control of stock and bond issues by railroads will have no report to make for some time. The total estimates for the United States navy for the fscal year 1911 12 to be submitted to congress as a basis for the appropriation for that year, amounts to $126.046,659.24. which is $5.000,000 less than appro priated for the current fiscal year. Secretary Ballinger...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 9 December 1910

s Teen he ask anar YeTm le gueam. eat leavealag TOM hemawes reermi. Teme h!e poy. Tmag s gem my. Yaha oar every Momphgh grade. over. dio* ab. *'* That li Calseet. Tay it us-s wed the ha.i maed thea bet. So. a" be much mea ah ev the * mas Steaam I AKE A DOSS O 1'#rCup ISSCLs INNOCENT ON ONE COUNT. mm~ farmer-Say, did you ws you wasn't bola' to do no work for dat dinner? Boston Billiags-Ah! ma'am. I as. sure you the double negative Is a solecism I've never bees gulne at. Was AN Right Howard-Did you telephone Mrs. Howard that I would be detalesd at the oloe until midnght? Ouoe Boy-Tem, dir. "And what did he aay?" "Said she didn't blame you-she bad made an engapement to so to the the' ateo toalght herselL."-Smart S t. Acme of Cautlesaeess. Seymour-Young Tke Iser Nobo a eautious maa. Ashley-He Is eatious; he's soeas ioon that be wouldn't ask the pret thst 3rl In all the world to let him see her home unlees he bed learned how far away she lived. Seere Punaisamet. Belle-And did you make he...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 9 December 1910

TILEY NMIE S-ED ?u yars I was vry rlk sad awe I oated by mavral 1 the best phpl. aIn CI ton, I did not s to gpt beater. I was has ed to bed. P yourI 8wamp~boo I aS. to give it a trial. Aft. as. of bottles. I sat now stered to and have coatlined my hboss. 3My war full of Uris aaid, but Dr. p s .o cared meantiely. I moy yeara old. rIYou" 5 ver State et aw Citaton Coint i On thia lath day .t July A. DA Ivo, IW. C. Cook to msfa omahy know s s, before mae t preens m bed and sware to the above and fer. going atatement. DALE N. BHEPP Nbotary ?b~ In and for ainton . grew Wh SwaR WE Do Par Ye. Sand to Dr. 4 Co BDiagha. Len, N. Y,. for a ampl bottla It will onevinces anone. Yon will ekso needve a booklet of valuabe Information, telling 1 pibout the kidneys and bladder. Whesa writing, be sore and mention this paper. lah at all drug stores. Prie Af Z beate sad enedollar. THE POLITE CHICKEN. /A r oeTr ,t erAWSPI *0ks r - ,* In Perplexity. "Michael Dolan. an' Is it yourself "Toe: sure it is." "We...

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