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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 7 May 1909

land from advertise extensive- buyer for large 6ts. Do not ask exclusive Send postal for listing Reference, Austin- National J. J. Snyder, Austin, Tex. ■I *"f$f 19-4*; : Not Until June 1.. Vyashington, May - 3 —Chairman Payne of the Ways and Means .Com- mittee/said today that the tariff -will riot be made into a law until June un- less materially changed by the sen ate. It is the , general opinion that congress will not adjourn until the fifteenth. „ ■Uw'v, —Harry Ortmeyer of New Iberia, La., has accepted a position with the v Sabine Supply company of this city- He arrived yesterday and entered upr on his duties today. Mr. Ortmeyer is a nephew- of H. J. Qrtmcyer and a brother^ of A. F. 'Ortmeyer. He will receive a cordial welcome t6 ■Orange. . j Death of Mrs. Sam Johnson. Mrs. Johnson, wife of Rev. Sam*l Johnson, died at the family home this morning at four o'clock. Her death was unexpected until last night. She was a most estimable Christian wom- an, and her death will be grieved b...

Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 7 May 1909

II ■i wm: m& ■ ¡PPM! 1st from which the sworn in as fol- 11 ¡. 111 y> vSs H. Stark, foreman; Archie Peve- S. H. Peveto, Archie: Ochiltree, Ctfá for jrour * rtmfort. ■ f .pirecilr on cut Gij.Uo! 2 mlnu- Hne. Onion Sutton 20 mlnu ■¡■H «. Two block, to White H««N p% W§ BulMingi. Oppoiiie Mettopollun Clab. m S«aM>n July to Oetobar 3$ Is, C. E. Bax- ' D. Derrough, Harvey, Wm. Were then ap- NEW ORLEANS — rrrr^ THE QRUiNEWALO LRQE5T, NEWEST, BEST, I? IN THE SOUTH •V^.v Baker, Geo, ■ - & CBr mmmmmL.- "** following ball} pointed .for the gra Door bailiff, F. 'Worse. Riding bailiffs, Tom Hare, Henrv Harvey and Henry Force. -3 Judge Powell then delivered nía charge to the grand jury, presenting the law at length and admonishing the grand jury to be vigilant and faith- ful in efforts to bring to the bar of justice all violators. He explained the use of written examinations, and said they could use the written testimony and on it indict same as if witness was present, atid witness ...

Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 7 May 1909

ANGE LEADER . ^ • . ** e.v •. * iJy ■ .'• '> ■■ J **■"+■ 1 ■■■ " " ~ '' "ra iDER PRINTING COMPANY ' Proprietors L. Ford Wwfi the wholesale massaci key, and while at least two Ai have been assassinated and American war ship has yeK reached the scene and the time seems to be remote and uncertain as, to when one or more vessels may be dis- T1 f-0 ,v. , .Mahager and Editor patched to the Med itermnéa^ri for the purpose o| the protecting American interests. " It seems incredible that witlrourmagmficent Published Every Friday ———— A PATRIOTIC PROPOSITION. • ;' V ' . . Club ] I (IS of navy, we have no vessel prepared for this ser- vice and {hat American citizens in Turkey have )range system in changed,. : ¡ I returau&dictmerits . : On this Subject the World ^ays: "For two weeks Asiatic Turkey has been the scene of Wholesale massacres.- The victims num- Mr. H. B. Jackson, one of the lfustling citizens of Orange who is ever alert and striving to keep . things movingin this city, is th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 7 May 1909

SnK WjÉl M mam wwmmm «-r — ■ UldUlVri XlUl. . NOT GOOD AFTER . A wtm VALUE OF SPECIAL BALLOTS Votes Coupon V!*-'¿"V * * ry:fr,'±; it* , .:_L* L.'j'li - *±2 "ST J^JES ployment offers better returns, and| the probabilities are that fhe ven- ture would prove so successful the ' '< % ••1 v .-V tip•••'!' •' J!*',i ' <• V Wm tion to the iptiori to'the :riptiQn 'to the ripfion to the Daily Leader, 1 month 50c Daily Leader, 3months $1.50 „... Daily Leader, 6 months $3.00 ... Daily; Leader; 1 year $6,00 Daily Leader, 2 years $12.00 .... year's subscription to Weekly Leader, $1.50 . 400 ...........1000 ...........2500 ,;6000 .... j 450 l'WHBt6(* Pp a c<®ur e , mi uwuKKccpuiit ?..... lip. Shorthand ? ( Tetegrapby?,:,..... Would you want a personal course or a cqurse . by mail?........ Would you e to have a copy of our- free cnta- °g?'. . ■ - Give below the jnatpes and correct address df any youn^ poople you have reason to believe would attend a com- mercial coljege, and we will senrf ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 7 May 1909

!sp® Ml" J Sarsaparilla does not stimulate. feel better oné day, then ás bad as ever Jot a strong drink. No reaction after you stop using it. there is not a drop of alcohol in it. You have the steady, even gain that comes from a strong tonic and altératiye. We wish you would ask your doctor about this. He knows. Trust him. Do as he says. . J. Q Ayer Co.. Lowell. Mau. OTwtlwAy^Ho nonsn5avett«rK year*. Do doctors recommend them? Ask your own doctor and find 0RANGE IS INVITED To Co-operate With Beaumont •4 ' * Purchasing Steamer. in Bis H From Saturday's Daily. From the Beaumont Enterprise of this morning we clip the following: Mr." }r Frank Keith left for New Orleans last night where he will con- fer today with Capt. W. C. Tyrrell and probably close the dial whereby the steamship Nicaragua, after being repaired and reclassified, will be "brought back to Beaumont and put in commission in the lumber "carrying trade between this city and Mexican • ports, probably bringing jeturn car- goe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 7 May 1909

3¡P rali® Pepsin is only tortea of m tioiiers, The or t for hearing Wie peti- being the first day of mmi ity Judge O. R. Sholars called íissioners court t£ order at "< this morning in ¡ as then signed, the court's clerk instructed to post the t . five reciuired notices' Boys Will be Boys / I ways getting scratches, cuts, iftdifiíii ihf$jp>§!< . H. Qarner. ,hey may res«K seriously if _ 3.—Peter McDonald. APPry Ballard's Snow Liniment ac- No. 4-^-Henry Singleton. cording to directions right away and it will relieve the pain and heal the ■ U Orange Irrigation Distrkt!S"1by Gi" C'"' D"g S,°" and ■Ock thi. morning in special I noy Will bo Boys I , a full court being present as 'a 'I are always getting scratches, cuts : . a sprains, bruises, bumps, burns o net No. 1—Martin Schuh. sca,(!s- Don't neglect such things- net No. 2—J. H. Qarner. tl,ey may result seriously if you do Decorate the Memberpjl ■BÉii ^M|nt Order of Odd Fellows, met at their hall, and, headed by the Or- ange Ci...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 7 May 1909

'ís^rnm Makes delicious hot biscuit, The only Baking Powder Made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar; ^ÍÍpl|- >■ / ■HMI .'"bSot'. . v «(K Sí; V ' The Accused is a Deal Mute—Two Bank Cases Set fbr WBmmámámmMm Other Proceedings. m Tomo te The jury hi the case of Walter Dy- son brought in a verdict late yester- day of "guilty of aggravated assault," with a tine of $25.00. An interesting case was argued be- fore Judge Powell on demurrer It j is a. case f, lestion Qf •' ldanis, t JHR9H didn^t want fo distu id there was no danger escaping. Lawyer Adams was _in kis cross questioning •Vlalone, the joint station -for the. railroads at Maurice, ■^■■■■Pie Ownership and pos- session of the cár at the time it is to hsfte b^en burglarized. He said it was a *T, B. V. car of the . Fris- co system, in his oossession as agent as long as it was in the yard. Said boxes of crackers, groceries, car-¡ tridges, and shoes had been broken open, but nothing seemed to be miss- ing. ' He had put a lock on each ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 14 May 1909

HIBH RHKIÜ P^®*«PS ' '>"' üi BSoP&fiMiHffii P MANUFACTURERS CUT FROM THE FAMOUS CALCASIEU FORESTS ' If« ram SÉ HBM J dc'X H WW QUICK SHIPMENTS GOOD GRADES BEST FACILITIES Orange, Texas íÉ^áiSSv' I— Kl mm PfssP; Wmm$, n «a 1 1 1 ""I1 " "A""" I s — NEED mmm BY ARTIJUR I - -v V T * Dimension, Boards or Fencing, Send Your ' •' 1 _ ■ 1 ■; ;; " Inquiries and Orders to .... PR-JIPrWiffi '' ' ' , v, v -. ' • • • ' r M¡ LUMBER CO. ILLZR- 1 'U. ORANGE, TEXAS u,s- V .! I: ■ . i ' ' ■ Yr ""'H I ' ' " , : mü-ii.m mwMt Leaf Yellow Pine f v ' i■ '" V ' Promptly Railroad and Export- Timber Gotten ■ ■ ■ ■■■ ood assortment of When you want it Quick Send Us the Order and Solicit ríes and Orders rr* í .-.V v. . L Mi M BE R PINE LON3 LEAF YE — 1 ui-y.-i C.L. HANNAH. Gener ! Min«ger • Up to a short tiine ago, the Lutcher ange have been disposing of their product in through commission men, having no, traveling ñ them in that territory The same was true of the Dibert, Cypress company, of Donner, La....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 14 May 1909

raras ==- Jarnival proved by Orange tenship | ay's Daily. ' gestión of a grand regatta Iter- carnival for two or three following the election for* deep Lter bond issihs. and in celebration a victory*" wh fab will mean so much for Orange, and this section, meets with general and very hearty approval, A representative of the 'Leader , sought expressions from citizens in. every walk of 4ife, and nowhere' did lie encounter a word of opposition or a question Of doubt as to its píacticá- bility or advisability. , Business men, professional men.me- . cliamcs, laborers, all with apparently g§ one. accord say it is a good thing, and want to see it pushed on to success. -Below is produced some of these utterances, necessarily, of course, con- densed. But they show a hearty unanimijty- of sentiment and purpose to help make á success ?f the move- ment. • Orange has undoubtedly the finest navigable river in the state. Orange wafcts* people up the state to k 3W and appreciate ij. A water carnival...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 14 May 1909

MW & ;M-; " • -• "!M," •: hotel, conductcd'fot your comfort. R. ' Jlhroufhout. Directly on <«r 20 mlnutei. Cipiiot 2 mlnu- Bulldlngi, U to While Home tod Executive . Opposite. Metropolitan Clab. ««••on July t« Octob«r ttfiSÍ ii tnlnutei from Sxrttofi. tend lor.booklet. OUFFORD M. LEWIS. PflOPBIBT^H ■i ni .i í \ i / NEW ORLEANS THE aRUheWALD LARGEST, NEVVE5T, BEST, IN THE SOUTH * ■ Bill ■■■■■ many of occupied the are not obligatory dent was ever con- (lifficult p'rob- attempt to solve, resident. Among rvafion of the re* sources of the government which is now in the hands of an eminent com- mission;, the regulation of child lftbof; thé enforcement of the laws guarding food preparations; the increase of the* number of American naval and mer- chant marine ships; inland waterways projects; adjustment of the friction between labor and capital;- reforma- tion of our diplomatic an¡J consular service; disposition of the question of extension of rural free delivery and postal savings b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 14 May 1909

■yiRMI. /V: I®: ki v'- rSÍiÉ^í^ . ANGE LEADER L i. Ford BE FEINTING COMPANY Proprietors ... Manager and Editor ■ Published Evgfy V / THE DÍ3EP WATER CARNIVAL: \ , . .. ... Vr~~"4- Concerning the Leader's proposal to have a mammoth celebration, a grand carnival on the .waters," cfay after the election authorizing the bond issue, the Lake Charles Daily Press in favorably commenting on the proposition, says; "It is significant there does not seem to be Speaking of how to relieve congested mar- tie Atlanta Constitution says: "California, big and unique in everything; the least doubt in the minds of anyone in that ^roni 'emous trees ón down to grafters, has w fVi «i f tVi« «w;™ Tiríii ™d„h nit upon a happy and picturesque solution for 'entire section but that the election will rei 'favorably, as the people Have taken hold of the suggestion and are preparing to make the celebration one of the biggest affairs evér held in the big state of Texas. . "The Beaumont Enterprise, with commend- ab...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 14 May 1909

of the nation*! ■ that no bid lK§HI Orange Tele* I in the City of Orange of-'Orange. a^d in the rr 'aAS' ,]^lay' the 18th ly of June. A. D. 1909, at the hour twelve o'clock noon of that day, 1 ps 0nef|i|||j|M J J.. iiSftynM^pPPi? MR ¡K* HPi bidder Shalt f under the "«[ on account of ' to me fí Special i ..... Hp*' lln cás* any bidder at pnl,lie «ale # to make H|Wj¡|- ' | ¡£§|¡iits acceptance by . ,or after such accepi comply with any. relating' to payme consummation Of # the sum iii ' "*•' by such pur> ;ns ff«si ■ the thin and there erty for sale or advertisemen shall be held *1 prop er notice,! deposit* 1 accoüht m BBHBB tnore goód than an I had «ven used was a good sub. ft* separate parcels, all and th* said mortgaged property fter more , particularly de- and all the right, t|tle, inter- « equity of redemption of said ge Teelphone Company, to and e said property, described as fol- to-wit: ; m, jf y property of the said Or- ' .Telephone Company of ev- :• ' d and description, . b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 14 May 1909

From Saturday's AVER'S HAIR VIGOR Destroys railing Hair Dandruff An ^!l0gant Dressing Makes Hair Grow Ingredients; \ A hair wwaralion made from thl fórrriula is harmless, yet possesses positive merit. A hair food, á hair tonic, a hair dressing. Consult your doctor about tnese wurproMems. COTTON BLOOMS IN HIDALGO Squares Forming - on Plants Having Advantage of Irrigation. Mercedes, Hidalgo county, Texas, May 10.—The first cotton blooms of the season were brought here Wed- nesday morning, by T. "M. Plummer, who is cultivating a plantation near Mercedes, sixty acres being planted in cotton. A.good stand has been .ob- tained and the pjant is putting on many squares. This cotton was planted February 21, and has had the advantage of -irrigation. Mr. Plurtj- mer believes he has the ~ earliest blooms of the season. • Biliousness and Constipation. For years I was troubled wjtji bil- iousness and constipation, which made life miserable for me. My aippetite failed me. I lost my usual force and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 14 May 1909

itó&i Wm iKáíSí.^. ¡v m jteea a ft sound stomach in doing for the Nature intended vho lis alww HB •tonwjlwl over. When the ltftted ¿y undigested "heftrtarftdt- ■■ ■■ dullness, un- sleepiness, sick-headaches, and fainting spells,, and i serious brain trouble develop, parent these. ^ .' the stomach and brain Mr. Davis' Spuds. ' Sheriff Davis today solid of si^ty' bushels of Irish to the Orange Fruit and sion company, Mr. Davis crop was cut short by the dry weather of the grow- They were good look- potatoes, however. - They were on Mr. Davis' place in West inge. flf ■£> 'ÍS all wj| 1 means.-. J work shou «ch stdmach'ft MB m < only . stomach the stom- reftt, "for ,th« :Í¡íémH you bare used thff < ■Jiwij jut yob /aitt'M t It ha not done you any Se will reían*VSl'aííí na u> btit one liTk famiíy *1h«i la"¡Te SS "it®? 84 *?" Kodol ift prepared at the* labora- torlesof ID. G'DeWltt & Co.. Chicago Eyery Woman Will be Interested , If you will "send your name and we will rpa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 14 May 1909

m J&bsotu1ety Renders die food ñiore_ wholesome and sur perior in ess ... IffliFwwBffl The only baking powder mad* from. Royal Grape Cream of Tartarí BORE FOR ORANGE? COUNTY OIL CO. HAS MOVED DERRICK TO WEST ORANGE And are Erecting it Now Preparatory to Sinking Well on Spot Which was Designated by Oil dent of Success. IS THE DETERMINATION 01 THE LADIES OF THE QIVIC CLUB '4jj§i9HH Don't Forget That Saturday When You. Come Down Town You Must ' Come Prepared to Be Held Up in a Good - Cause; ® . mi y W. O. Head, contractor for the Or- ange County Oil company, has com pleted the task of moving the oil derrick , from the Blóck farm to West Orange, and is today erecting it on a lot near the race track, or old St*kes place, where drilling will be begun immediately. The machinery is all on the ground and it will take but a few days to erect it and get to work. . The spot is one selected by the oil expert Wre á week ago, *ho said the drill would strike oil at a depth of 1300 feet; .after ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 May 1909

wlp mm mc:p ??■+*>. ,,: |pi ■ * CUT FROM THE casieu m ®if'S . FAMOUS c CALCASIEU mmmmm FORESTS ■ 1 QUICK SHIPMENTS GOOD GRADES BEST FACILITI range RBMMk Jlifc JyMÍmÉ^p|a i- j. (PP( — ,11 I- ^ mi ..^ gi;w a - •} MM v Éfeív al® SkpmP^b émm ¡i 1 .• ■ HH Vni .' IF YOU NEED pi;r:^,it,';vVS ÉMipí , The splendid rains that have fallen tli Oklahoma during.'the past week have put A i upon the lumber' situation, and tlje outlook for hu than it was « fortnight ago. Of course, farmers have not hi yet as was heedfed, but the crops have been saved from **"' . in good growing condition by the recent rains. From ¡ territory aré coming much more favorable reports and sc turéis are actually beginning to have a cheerful lool «mile on their faces when they discuss the lumber situ¡| TChere has been tin improvement noted in the market, , (factory. Speaking of this, .one of the manufacturers s it that there has been: an advance in prices, especially, but we a securing overs'at prices we hav<; been q...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 May 1909

mi Efforts in the Next to 4*4,4 4*4'4' + 4,4,,l,+ Í1HHH THE LEADERS TO- DAY ARE . / ; District No. 1 Miss Zollie Bland ....69425 District No. 2. Miss Vera Starks...... 101120 District No. 3. Miss Mada Dyer 53030 ?! m bJ# 'I' 'J' 'í'' 'J' Just four more days for the con- testants to yvin or iose the prize of their choice. A great many of the contestants have done very good • work..up to the present time, but these four days -mote will tell the story. ," . . , Do not wait for your friends to come to you, go after them with hammer and tongs, use a wedge iii some cases if it. ii necessary to pry the subscription loose. If you do not help yourself by asking your friends they will not all help fou with their vote and subscriptions. There was a. contest run in north Tesas spme time ago when .a man promised to help a certain contestant with a year's subscription. Thecon-. testant was depending on this sub- scription and felt awfully sure of it. ""'•.This man forgot his promise be- cause he ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 May 1909

teMifSi H ucted for tout a, refurnished Union Station |«CTl p poil le M limaw July to Ootob.r C«a. Like Luxe re ne, N. *• rHxerliod 'of America. 30 I UK) from (antoft. Send for booklet. IFFORD M, teVVIS. PROPfllKTOR NEW ORLEANS THE ORUNEWALD •T NEWEST, m IN THE SOUTH — Ovar «*,000,000 OO* Rata* H Upward*. •na« a II Hltk Bath* |t(0 a ad Upward* W* .\ wm A flC -v. so much a fulness im mm I Mill due oare in and safe valve, .and that as the evidence showed the mill Management had exercised such care and that this valve was ordered specially strong, and the plaintiffs had? submitted no evidence to the con- trary, he found for the defendant and ~#,i~ d dairtages.f jit was alsofin" evi-. refu dence that the deceased had warned several titties by the superin- tendent and others against turning the valve suddenly, that there wai danger in rapidly turning the boiling pulp against thte cold air. This morning the court has been hearing a suit between two Masonic lodges for the possession of a l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 May 1909

T"" TJ NGE LEADER EB-PRINTING COMPANY S i | . j; • Proprietors E—~— !k. L. Ford Manager and Editor Published Every Friday DREW COLOR LINE. Hon, Martin Dies, congressman from this district, is a man of strong convictions and is not afraid to ^assert himself, and we have a greater feeling of admiration for him than ever since the very , decided stand he took in Wash- l ington the other, day regarding the matter negroes being allowed to take their meals the restaurant in the office building of the House, of Representatives. • Messrs. Dies and Garner, of the Texas dele- gation, went into the restaurant 'the"other and ordered a meal. A few minutes afterwards two negroes came into the restaurant, were seated at a table right near the two congress- men from Texas-arid proceeded to give their orders. ■ 1 Messrs. Dies and Gaitter immediately arose, cancelled their, orders "and left the restaurant. Representatives from Kentucky and Tennes- see came into the restaurant a little later and seein...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 May 1909

y I í| i | 'iuí i ■ 1 Ü i * sweeps through refreshing opening in t with wire gau all the houses as it rests h hill it is far shot ¿uns ■li 88 All the Time By Reason esire of Natives of Hon- Salvador and Nicaragua to ch Other—An Amusing In- At Sea, April 23, 1909. '.■ ; • -.g •. .. ■; ect to reach Panama to- I'll| have a letter, ready to 'to you, for I probably won't have irrite while there, as we will coal aboard and leave again a$ possible. 'TKe old Buf- one of the busiest of Üncle ships thése days, for we aré lally on the move. We left "cisco on the ■ 9th "of men, stores and mail for of the Pacific fleet, our first ng Magdalena Bay. As soop came to anchor In . Magdalena ctor, Chief Boatswain Shepley started Across the bay in a sail- to a place called Turtíe Inlet, it curlew, and ducks. Several vere on the target ranges firing, had to, sail around the edge of and go around the last range, stance of about twenty-ftye miles. is after dark when we reached armed natives came down to th...

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