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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 8 June 1905

Our Clubbing Rates. We will f.fnd you the Tribune ami the Toledo Blade one year lor $i .00. We will cnd you the Tribune and tlie Kansai City Star (or $J.oo,' We will end you the Tribune and the Farm and Fireside one year for $1.00. Wc will aend you the Tribune and the Kansu City Weekly Jour nal one year for $t.oo We will send you the Tribune mid the Farmer and Stockman for $1.25. We will tend you the Tribune and the Woman'i Home Compan ion one year for 1.50 We will send you the Triuuni and twicr-a-week Globe-Democrat one year for Si. 50. We will send you the Tribune and the St. Louis Republic one year for $1.50. We will send you the Tribune and any dollar magazine published in the United States for one year for $1.50. We will send the Tribune and the Kana City Daily Journal one year for I4.00. We will send you the Tribune and the Kansas City Daily Star and Times one year for $5.50. We will send you the Tribune and the Daily Globe-Democrat one year lor 6.00. We will send you the Trib...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 15 June 1905

SEE RICH MIL S3 V0LUM1. 1 UIC1I HILL, MIHHOUUI.THUKSDAT, .ILM: 15, lt0. . 41 r Prof. Ii P. Robinson in attend ing summer school ut Warrens- burg, Mo. Loo Loeb Js home from the State University for the Rummer vacation. Mrs. John W. Jamison, and son Wine-hell, are visiting rela tives way back in Indiana. Sheriff Morris, of Butler, wan in the city last Thursday to see that the show ran a square deal. W. H. Furbee, of Mannington, West Va., was in the city a short while last Friday, looking healthy and bright as ever. Mr. Herman Ieb has gone to Fayette, Mo., to look after Loeb & Bro. mercantile business at that end of the line. Dr. D. E. Smalley has gotten his new drug "tore, corner Park ave. and east Railroad street ar ranged neat as a new pin. C. Hollingsworth, Mashall, of Pleasanton, was in the city last Thursday, loooking after proper ty recently purchased by him. Mr. II. W. Alexander, of Sut ter, Ind. Ty., is in the city look-i ing after the property uf his fa-! ther, the late S...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 15 June 1905

THE TRIBUNE oeo. p. nucKi:nt H ANN IB R. HUCKEoT I Bdltor and Publishers RICH HILL LU 1- missolr: This country now exports mort rice than It Import. Fewer wedding to waste it on? Perhaps Europeans outlive Amerl csns, but then the tortolMi outlives Ilia bone ten time. "Harmless" toy cannon Invented capable of making a loud nolie. How then can It be harmless? King Alfonsa will have good cause hereafter to be thankful to tbe man who Invented the wild pitch. CapL Richmond Pearson Hobson It married at last. Now, girls, be good, and go back to your rooking. There Is a report that the Sioux In diana want to work. Have they bo far lott their native dignity at that? At last a lone bandit has come to grief while holding up an express train. Miracles still come to pass. "A friend in need is a friend In deed," but if you are in need you will find he is simply a bowing acquaint ance. Someone notes that girl babies are becoming more popular. More likely to be bread-winners when grown than the boy...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 15 June 1905

GAS AH3 WATER ;S!IORTMISSOLRIimi.S: j F'ewartvllle I to bate g tlT.XW bank. The 81 Iul Star denies that it ha IS CMC At (etf.tr At THS GTH Ci'ezeea f Large Cdo tf ft fa. been old. The Lingerie Frock. Tbe vogue of the bngerle gown In creases dally, nil the inost exquisite embroideries are now supplemented with the real (area to Increase their costly extravagance. In the charm ing example pictured an all-over em broidered batiste la used, with flounc ing and bandings to match. The chemisette la In bebe Irish crochet, and the Inserted aleeve puff In a platte Valenciennes; and vet. with tbe union of all these various ma terial there li no hint of patchlneaa or acraplness, suggestive of the rem nant counter or the family piece bag. The chemisette of crochet I backed with white chiffon, and Valenciennes and banding make aurplice line be low this, tbe all-over blouie begin ning only at tbe bust, and dropping with aoft fullness Into the festher boned aatin girdle. The sleeve shows 11 of the...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 15 June 1905

The Tribune. OKI. V. HltRKnV, KANNIK K. Ill t'RFnV. Rdttonand Pabllnhsrii. SabrlptIonKtti AntVni !.! I TlireeMftftllil. .Hi MonthV..... 60 Sit' Cop I ...- Luttled ccocdltif to ihl Kl ol Contltn tht fni offlt hi Kkti Hill, irmnd Uu null "" Sunday excursion are quite the flung now nil over the country. The railroaJa are fast demonstrat ing to the people that a lower ite of p.isneni;er fare will pay and they need not be surprised if the Mate legislature take cognizance of the fact. Secretary of Navy Morton lias been selected as president of the Alexnnder-IIyde Equitable Life Insurance Co. at a salary twice that of the President of the Unit ed Stutes, with other officers in proportion. This indicates where your niodey goes in that institu tion at least. No one is kicking because Paul Morton . is to retire from the President's cabinet. Sunday dances don't suit very well along with a preacher president. A railroad land lubber is a kind of misfit as a naval over lord any way. Gov. Hock wan...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 15 June 1905

f LOCAL BHIKFS. J Monrj to l;0n. lioacre lurid 6 mile from Rich Standard Hih Grade CV-arn I have a few llH.uH.tnd dollars ,Iin ' l"K''4 Good barn and Separators at half price at Jo i house, dooil watrr, kin a 1 1 orchard J har.ne A bons. Mm Adah Cheverton has Rone to St. l'aul, Minn., to upend the auru nur, Kev. King Stark tilled bit rejn lr appointment at the Christian tliutch last Sunday. Ted hhellenberger, of Fairview, wn in the city Tuesday looking after business matters. Cut out the "Harvester Trust'' and buy Independent Mowers at Johannes & Sons. F. M. Koonti, the drummer, with hit family, spent Sunday in Fort Scott visiting with friend. Mrs. Mona Luckey, of Kansas City visiting her sister, Mrs. J. A. Anderson and other relatives. Squire W. F. llcmstreet, of But ler, wat in the city Tuesday calling on Mr. W. B. Calhoun who it very ick. A very successful and pleasant Children' day observance is report ed last Sunday at the Advent Christian Church. Rev. J. K. Strong has gone...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 15 June 1905

it L ( A "TTZTTTnrrVTTVTr-r CHAPTER XXVII Continued. 1 glancing at tho clock on th mantel He had nil sued the picture from Itslonoalt him "It I late, and I must plac over hi hearth at Barataria but, knowing there wcr other like It, he had no thought that he was looking ;on what had been hit own. Presently, with a sign Indicating re lief, Jackson handed the last paper to Claiborne, and loaning forward, with hla elbowa upon the arroa of h!a chair, aald. fail voice showing more of contempt than anger. "Mont edifying assortment of reading, to be aure, Capt. Lafitte. Are these all these four paper, two or them addressed to J on. Capt. Percy's instructions to his subordinate, and the proclamation to the people of Uila state?" "These are all. general; and they contain all the Information within my power to cite you now," Laatte re plied, Claiborne began to refold the pa pera, while the general turned to Lav ttte. "It la a fine offer you have received all yon can possibly desire." "I wish w...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 15 June 1905

.v. i.- TV0 OPEH LETTERS IMPORTANT TO MARRIED WOMLN 'jsfr. Mary Dtmmlck of WaOilmrton tn'V How I.ydla a. Plnkham's Vegelab, Compound Mad Har Well. It U with rrcat pleasure we jm1llr.h the following letters, km tliev coiitIiio tugly prove Useelmin c Uvi an toatiy time made In our column that Mr. i . : Ww. ! ik y 9 -Tii. . TiWOT Jtrj Aiary Dimmiek ) THnkham. of I.vrin. Ma , U full y quail fled to five helpful advice to sick kouwd. Itead Mm. Irirniutck's letters. Her Brat letter: trer Mrs. I'inkUam : " I bars been inrer for the part elcht ?wf with a trouble which first originated n ni pniuful metistniatkin the pains wr excruciating, with rfWi.rivMin and uk-erw-tvon at th womb. The tbw say 1 mivt bars an ovnlm cir 1 ouits-evuve I do dot want t njlrait to an opera turn if f can pnan My avoid II. I'tewe help roe." Mr, ilary in'mmk'k, Wanhippton, I). C Her second letter; Imr Mr Itnkham : You will rememlw my eondltina whea I laH wrote tiki, aini that Uw d1 Mid I murt hare an mralK-o iir I c...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 15 June 1905

Our Clufctlng Rates. We will send you the Tribune nml llie Toledo Blade one year lor $1.00. We will tend you the Tribune and the Kmnat City Star (or $1.00, We will lend you the Tribune and the Farm and Fireside one year lor $1.00. , We will tend you the Tribune and the Kantus City Weekly Jour nal one year for $r.oo We will lend you the Tribune and the Farmer and Stockman (or $1.25. We will send you the Tribune and the Woman's Home Compan ion one year for 1.50 We will send you the Tkibcnk nr.d twice-a-week Globe-Democrat one year for 51.50. We will send you the Tribune and the St. Louis Republic one year for J1.50. We will send you the Tribune and any dollar magazine published in the United States for one year! for $1.50. We will send the Tribune and the Kansas City Daily Journal one year for f 4.00. We will send you the Tribune and the Kansas City Daily Star and Times one year for $5.50. We will send you the Tribune and the Daily, Globe-Democrat one year for f 6.00. We will send you...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 22 June 1905

H "IT TRIBUNE i do VOLUME 15 BIC1I HILL, MIHSOUKI.TiIUItSDAT, JVXK 22, UK).?. Sw. 42 THE RICH Jt Winchcl), of the Missouri 1'iicifie was n welcome diner nt home lust Sunday. Miss Sutton, of Papinsville spent Sunday in this city visit ing the family of J. N. Harrows. Mrs. Geo. llooth is reported very sii k nnd will have a close call for recovery, at her home in Pleasant Gap township. Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Graham, from near Carlxm Center were in the city last Saturday shop pint? and looking after other bus iness. A miner named lh-ckadon is reported to have gotten a good scorching last Saturday morning in the New Home mini's by an explosion of gas in the room where he was at work, i Miss Hattie McKibben, who! lias Imsii in the Government In dian school's employ, is homo to spend the summer vacation with her brother, Mr. . las. McKibben of the C'owles McKibben firm, and other relatives and friends. W. Y. Ferguson and wife, ar.d C. G. Harnett and wife took their departure Saturday for Milw...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 22 June 1905

THE TRIBUNE OEO. P. HUCKtlHT NANNIE R. IIUCKKDT Editors sn Publlshe men HILL Missouri! O'Tcnlmo'i sympathy will go otit to (be yacht Apache the last ot the race. U'a only a question of time before the babies mill strike agatnBt gocarts and demand automobile. Kays an eastern paper, "Twenty Vas- sar girls expect to bo married after graduation." Only twenty? Togo's portrait Indicate a man of patient resourcefulness and great ver satility to styles ot whiskers. An English scientist has discovered that every hen'a egg contains a quan tlty of deadly bacteria. Boll your tt costs a great deal to live In Pan a ma, but funerals are much less ex pensive there than they are further conn. If "only women that have passed the are of 30 are to wear the hoop skirt, there Is nothing more to be said on tbe subject. Somebody has written a book en titled "How to Know the Wild Flow ers." It is easy enough to know the others by the bills. A newspaper says that one of the Japanese naval officers proved to ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 22 June 1905

M M I SHORT MISSOURI ITEMS: : Wedding Ar Picturesque. If a picturesque wedding In desired. rhlch 1 especially possible la tbe soiintrjr, or out of town, there never was a Bciuuia when th prriillini; cnode If lit themselves better to the necesa of plctur weddings, or when the bridesmaid could mure easily don quaint frock without exciting too much attention or making It use Ira poanible for future wear. Anything quaint "goe." Lingerie frocka of sheer material re best liked for tb bridesmaids, with lingerie hata to match. Hat of Cbarlotta Cord 7 type made of open work batiste and lace, with clutter of pink rosea, are In vogue, but alaa, rbes ara ofta quits expensive. Much lea costly but quaint and pretty ara the frock of sheer white Preach mull, made with full plain aktrtt, trimmed with group of tuck, made with tlmple aurplice waist, lulled fichus, close-wrinkled elbow aleeret. with frills and folded girdle of liberty satin. Leghorn bat are wrorn with tuch gown, drooping In front and b...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 22 June 1905

The Tribune. UKO. P. NICK PUT, MAMKIK K, Ht'CKKHI. Krtltora tad raklUbar. abrtptlooKstli ln Vr ... ttlentWt, .0 TSr, MtHilHft... Sinf I lopMO... Knttred oiHln to lit ct el Coaerattl Iht prw nffl Hi K Ick H III, u ttcoiJ diu suit bim The lVunsylviinia record of 127 miles an hour railroad travel is a pretty fast gait, but that's the kind Pennsylvania travels. The question of an extra ses sion of Congress to consider rate legislation and tariff changes is wettling itself on the side of no extra session The administration has set out to cut short the read tape that entangles state business. All the people interested will wish him success. Moor on Drainage Question. Maximo Gomez the leader who fought so long and well for the liberation of Cuba, died in Ha vana last Sunday and was given an elaborate state funeral befit ting his rank and work. The confederate veterans re union at Louisville was a great success, showing that the memo ry of the lost cause is no less dear to the defeated than...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 22 June 1905

i s;&h I x 'l? A Charming Combination of I ten ii ty mid iiiivdcrnt" prli-e mark our prvwnt display of Mitlluerr Everybody who linam-cn our nvwcut creation In ladle lirndwrnr, ntyn tliey are beautiful, but iuut lie ex pensive. When we mention the prico they nre nstonldied mid buy In a hurry for fi-ar we liuve made a mistake. No will you when you see the bnt. S. L AMES, BAZAAR. LOCAL 1JUIEFS. J Miss Ianis Tygard in visiting relatives in Butler this week. W. C. Stonebrnker has gone to Billings, Montana on a business mission. V. C. Delamater, tbe shoe man in Cowlea McKibhen store.is off on a ten days vacation. Miss Dacutah White is visiting the family of Geo. E. Logan at Nevada this week. Tlie Democratic cnunty com mittee is called to meet Saturday July 1st at Butler, Mo. Mrs. Barnett came in from the New Home mines and is vis iting old friends and neighlsors. Mrs. Curt Burrows ret u mini Tuesday from visit to her pa rents Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Noland at Eldorado Springs. j Miss Kittv...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 22 June 1905

11 J1 BY HARY KCVEREUX WTM fLLUSTPATTOf-O tJT OON C. WJON CHAPTER XV. I After th death of I.aro a new and somewhat belter order of things pre Tailed among th so-called "Pirate of the Gulf." Now under th direct leadership of Lafltte alone, and with better oppor toaitiea for knowing his chivatroua na ture, tb larger body of thera fallowed unqnefctioningly his more merciful and less lawless practices; and not a few of the men actually reliahed the changed conditions In which they found themselves. Garonne, who had been given a Tea sel of his own, had gathered to him self the most unregenerate of Laro's followers, and entered upon a career In which he observed the same meth ods as his former commander, with the result that he was Anally brought to execution, together with most of bis crew, in a South American port. Life at the Ursullue convent was, for many months, a burden to Laxalle, and her whims and caprices made It but little less so to the mother su perior snd nans. Bat they, with...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 22 June 1905

SADIE ROBINSON. Prslty Clrl tuffr4 From Narveutnet and. Patvia Catarrh -rmid Quick IteM la Fm Dap. . HEnVOUSIiESS AI1D VEfiKIlESS CURED DY PE-HU-'iA. Ha Sadie Robinson, 4 Rand street, 2talten, Uim., writes: 'I'erann wa reoomroemled to roe bout a year afro a an excellent remedy for the trouble peculiar to our sex. ami aa I found that all that was aall of thin medicine cm true, 1 axu plcaactl to endorse It " began to sts M about terra atari bt ago tor weakness and nervoumneaa, earned from overwork and aleenieta asrss, and found that la a few dayu I began to grow at rang, my appetite la creased and I began to ateep better, conteauently my nerroutnena passed away and the weakness la the pelvic organa aooa disappeared and I have been well and tlrong ever tinea." Addrraa Dr. R It. lUrtman. President t The Hartman Sanitarium, Cnluinbus, O., for free medical advice. All corres pondence strietlv confidential. Your as!i!da is incomplete as long as you are not using Red Oross Try it anii sstit...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 22 June 1905

! Our Classing Rates. We will send you ll.e Tribune anil the Toledo Blade one year ior $1.00. We will end you the Tribune anil the Kansas City Star (or $1.00. We will send you the Tribune mid the Farm and Fireside one year for $1.00. We will send you the Tribune and the KanMit City Weekly Jour nal one year for $1.00 We will tend you the Tribune and the Farmer and Stockman for $r.S5. We will send you the Tribune and the Woman. Home Compan ion one year for 1 150 We will send you the Tribune and twice-a-weefc Globe-Democrat one year for $ 1.50. We will send 'you the Tribune and the St. Louis Republic one year for $1.50. We will send you the Tribune and any dollar magazine published in the United States for one year for $1.50. We will send the Tribune and the Kansas City Daily Journal one year for I4.00. We will send you the Tribune and the Kansas City Daily Star and Times one year for $5.50. We will send you the Tribune and the Daily Globe-Democrat one year for $6.00. We will send you ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 29 June 1905

TTTi MCEE BiEILlL 1 04 o VOLUMI5 15 HiCU UILL, Ml880UUI,TirLKDAT, JLM: 1),1H)3. V. 43 rrn About Chant, Ind. Ty. Chant, Ink. Ty., f20Vr.. Khiroii Tiiiih .m'.: Dear Sir: As you request ed, and I partly promised to write yen u few lines, I consider myself under obligation to do so. Tin best method that I can see to descrile this place is to bejrin at the centre and move toward the circumference: in a circular prairie between three and four mil's in diameter and will average from 12 to 1 square mites. This small section is called Wild Horse Prairie. It is encircled by a belt of timbered hills on all sides. I am informed by reliable parties who have lived lonn in this vicinity and are well posted in the traditional hry of this community, that a su perior class of wild horses um 1 to range all over this section and through the adjoining hills to both ranges of mountains, Sans Hois on the south to Seven Devils on the north, a distance of alxmt twelve miles. This little rolling prairie iook...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 29 June 1905

THE TRIBUNE GEO. P, UUC'KKUT NANNIF3 K. HUCKEDT Editor and Publisher! MCH HILL. - . MISSOURI The proposed pound m coffee lean market. duty of 8 rent would stimulate the AIJGE IS MOROCCAN 6ITUATION AGAIN A3 CRAVE CONCITION. NEW YORK'S BIRTH HCCORD. The dancing master have prepared inn or 150 now donees. The public win nave to foot IL wild Nature ha been offered tho Inst Indignity, now that Alpine peak re bei'ig scaled by autos. A Winnebago hit married an loT5cr, I. a, the tudent at Carlisle heiress. He la bo poor Indian. The leader of the hand that played -MeGinty" In St. Petersburg Inst Pun flay has been sent to Siberia In Irons. Russell Sage baa a cousin who Is "too proud to beg," and no doubt Vn c!e Russell considers him a model poor relation. Korea Is no longer to be considered a region for International exploit, hut it Is doubtful If Korea herself ever knows It. It'a a rood thing for kings and rul ers In Europe that the bomb-throwing fraternity know nothing of the game or baseba...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 29 June 1905

HURlfDJO DEATH FRIGHTFUL ACCIDENT ON "TWEN TIETH CENTURY LIMITED." wasmakihgt'errific time Twenty-one Persons Killed anj Others Injured Time of Train Has Been Reduced to the Old 6ehedj!e. It haa often been raid that we, a people., are trying to live loo wife This i demonstrated, fully, by the sad and terrible ac cident on the I-ake Shore railroad, whero a passenger train, running at acventy rullcs an hour, left the track, on account. It la mid. of a misplaced twitch, and hurled to death twenty-one persons, their bodies being malued, burned and acalded. The accident happened on th "Twentieth Century Limited," recently put on between Chicago and New York city, which was scheduled to make the run In eighteen hours. The train left the track at Mentor, the old home of James A. Garfield. Besides the killed, a number were In jured, some of whom will yet die. A a result of the accident President Newman of the I-ake Shore haa Issued a letter In which be states that the running time of the tr...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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