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THE UPPER DES MOINESt ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, GOT, 14, 1801. n' t«T ".^Fhe world is principally dfevoted to trade, and as •prices rule trade they may Be said to move the earth. /This, at least, is the the- ry upon which Frank Bros., the square-dealing one-price clothiers are doing and have always done business. You will need overcoats very soon; see theirs before you buy. Their prices drop into the very last notch for first- class goods, and are the same all. Make no common error, but go to Frank Bros. PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY. i**~^^^*~^+**^*^v^i~^**^s-^^+~**~^v^*~*^+***-n^~^*^^***^^ GEO. E. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over First National bank, Algona,'la. W. B. QTJARTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Over Kossuth County bank, Algona, Iowa. E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Cc Section agent. Over Kossuth Co. bank. DANSON BROS., ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Loans and collections. Over Frank Bros. S. S. SESSIONS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Prompt collections. Money to jnr-n on chattel bocui'ii.y. Ove. C;K-.',1. es'o.oe. L. K. GARFIELD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SJRGEON. Office, State st., one f"oor east o" Covdingley. Kesideu.ce, Wcti :e'_,-j :^.. r.-- tortne pn • >'. o LClioo.' irai'.i >£. H. C. MeCOY, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Special attention to city practice. MO.RSE & PRIDE, PHYSICIANS AND SUR&EONS. Office east of Rutherford house, Algona, Iowa. G. T. WEST, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Next door to J, G, Smith's stoi-e, Algona, la. J. E. HILL, M, D,, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Wesley, lowp. Dp,y mil night calls attended tow;;.' ij.omtness. T. J. FELLING, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Consultation^ English arid German. Office and re .icleuce ovef a. Poetsch's (store, Wiittiemore, Iowa. DR. GEO. J. HOLTFOERSTER, PHYSICIAN AND SffRQ.BlON. West Beud, Iowa. Special attention to diseases of the skin. Fits, epilepsy, etc., cured. State : University OF The Several Departments will Begin the Year 1891-92 on Sept. »6, Each department is thoroughly equipped for efficient work, and no pains will be slaved to afford students the best possible oppoi ^unlty to pursue their chosen lines of study. Fo:p?v- tlcular information as to the respective departments, address as follows: Collegiate—Charles A. Schaeffer, pnesldent, Iowa City. Law—Emlln McClain. chancellor, Iowa City. Medical—L. W. Llttlg, M. D., secretary of faculty, Iowa City. Homoeopathic Medical—A. C. Cowperfhwaite M. D., dean of faculty, Iowa City. Dental—A. O. Hunt, M. D., dean of faculty, Iowa City. Pharmaceutical—B. L. Boerner, Ph. G., dean of faculty, Iowa City. Expenses in all departments are reasonable. Cost of board In private families, $3 to $5 per week; in clubs, f 1.50 to J3.SO per week. For catalogues, or for general information, address CHAS. A. SCHAEFFER, President. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OP TRAINS. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE * ST. PAUL. West—Pass.— East—Pass.— No. 1 6:02 a mNo. 2 10:24 a m No. 3 4:37pmNo.4 9:30 pm Freight— Freight- No. 0 TtlSft n) No. 8 11:55 phi No. 13 11:45 a m No. 14 2:30pm Na a 8:17 71 mNo. 10 12:15 am CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN. North— I South- Mixed 8:18 a m Pass 2:37 pro Pass 3:35 pm|Mlxed 6:07 pm Pass, arrives at Chicago at 7 am; arrives at DesHolnesnt8:l<ipm. Lv. DesM. 2:30 ftin. THE CITY, (3ov. Boies' eon IB attending court. The Rutherford house is taking on new paint. Matson & McCaU have an advertisement this week. Supper at the Congregational church tomorrow evening. Henry Durant is over pulling the fish out of Okoboji lake. The reading room will bo open Sunday from 3 to 6 o'clock p. m. Special excursions will run next week Thursday for the Allison meeting. M. O'Eourko is at home for a week. He will finish his railroad work this month. John Goeders' big clothing stock must go. He calls attention to it in this issue. Matt Richardson's youngest boy fell on the dam the first of the week and broke his arm. Mike Healey of Fort Dodge and S. L. Bestow come with Gov. Boies and will speak in the evening. Remember the lecture on China and views of the great wall, etc., tomorrow evening lit the Methodist church. Senator Allison will arrive, and no failure. Let everybody arrange to be here Thursday evening of next week. Word comes that Bert Barr is the crack shot among the Cornell students. He also is at the front in military drill. Elmer Slagle now runs from Des Moines to Humboldt, and has three days off each week, which he spends in Algona. Brass bands, torchlights, and a specific answer to Gov. Boies next Thursday evening by the ablest statesman in the west. Frank Parish made the tin lamps for the corn stalk brigade Friday evening. He worked nearly all night getting them out. Dr. Peters, our Ramsay supervisor, has sold his farm getting $22.50 per acre. We have not learned what he intends to do. Mart.-Pierce sold his farm to the father of Mr. Kennedy for $25 an acre Mart, says he will visit around and take it easy for awhile. • Algona will witness the two biggest meetings next week ever held in a political contest in this section. It is a battle of the giants. The local democratic managers appreciate the value of advertising. Read their announcement of Gov. Boies' meeting in this issue. The Loyalist society of the Baptist church will give a proverb social at the residence of M, B. Chapin, Friday evening, Oct. 16. All are invited. Woods, of original package fame, is in town to settle up the case against him. He pleaded guilty and took his fine, $300 and costs, in all $350, Jas. Taylor don't let politics affect business. Read his big advertisement in this issue, which only half represents the big stock he is carrying. Samuel Mayne was down Monday on business. He says he has no idea of quitting the legal practice, though the land business pays better at present. The meeting of the Baptist association was attended last week at Livermore by .Tas. Chapin, Sid Rist, and Misses Clara Burroughs and Jennie Bailey. The Northwestern road has settled the cases brought by the LuVerne people for being put off a freight train a couple of years ago after the Allison meeting. Marriage licenses are issued to John Lamuth and Joanna Riley, Wender Gardner and Maggie Marsh, A. B. Russ and Erne Bogenrief, Adolph Brass and Tina Brandt. . It is reported that Frank W. Dingley and Miss Emma Cordinffley were married yestersday at her home in Ohio. They will be in Algona to receive congratulations soon. The dance Saturday evening was a very pleasant affair. The Marshalltown orchestra furnished the music and will visit Algona again Nov. 7, and also during the holidays. Livermore Gazette: Mrs. Crqse's mother of Bancroft, who has been visiting here, returns home next Monday, Mrs. Crose going with her for a two weeks' stay in Bancroft. Every republican in Kossuth and adjoining counties should turn out to hear Senator Allison answer Gov. Boies. Gov. Boies Wednesday afternoon, Senator Allison Thursday evening. The Woman's Home Missionary society will meet on Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock with Mrs. Perry Wilkins. The president desires to see all the members present at this meeting. It is unkind to suggest it, but we hope Mr. Lund will show Gov. Boies over his corn fields. The governor should take a square look at some corn that don't lose its owner 67 cents an acre. We learn that Rev. Nolte is embarrassed these days by being mistaken for the democratic candidate for representative. Rev. Nolte says one platform is enough for him, so he is a republican. In a brief note Phil. C. Hannasayshe is so busy "learning the ropes of the consular business" that he has had no time to write about the country. He adds "I am real well and like it, yours heartily, "etc. C. L. Lund is no longer a first warder, but now and hereafter will vote and caucus in Irvington. With his family he moved to the farm last week and will soon he at home to all his friends. He has fitted up one of the best farms in Iowa, and his improvements are « credit to Kossuth county and a source of just pride. It is worth everyone's time to fide out and see how much has been done to equip a model farm. D. A. Haggard auctioned off the household effects of Mrs. W. H. Dowse Saturday, selling at good prices. An Exile four-year-old out of» pony mare sold for $126, which shows that Exile stock stands pretty high. Another fine pony rig will soon grace our streets. .1. F. Nicoulin is having a handsome set of harness made, and will receive his pony phaeton this week. He has two shetlands and they will make a handsome turnout. Rev. Dorward and family are now located in the Baptist parsonage, and Rev. Flanigan is in the Methodist parsonage. Both ministers are highly spoken of and have made good impressions on first acquaintance. Judge Thomas and Reporter Ely arrived yesterday afternoon and court is again in session. This is the judge's only term in Algona, and many friends are pleased to find him in good health. Court will run into next week. Uncle Steve Pettibone has rented the Metzgar house to our new resident, Mr. Cameron. He will himself move into the Stough house across the street, M. C. Bftiley and family have moved into one of the Jas. Patterson houses. Tomorrow evening at the Methodist church W. J. Foo Shun will toll about China and give fine pictures of the curiosities there with a fino double stereopticon. His lecture will bo full of interest and costs but 25 and 10 cents. The meeting of the Mitchell association of Congregational churches is being held this week at Britt. Last Sunday delegates were chosen, Dr. Hudson and Mrs. L. H. Smith. The alternates were Dr. McCoy and Mrs. A. D. Clarke. The free puff the ''home innards" gave our advertising columns last week has had its effect. Look over our pages this week. The merchants know that the "innards" is right and that advertisements in our colums attract attention. Dr. Bourne was a pleasant caller last week and laid down 25 cents for live issues of the paper. We hope in those five issues to make our columns so interesting to the doctor that he will hereafter consider our visits n family necessity. D. H. Hutchins has lately been through Sac county and has heard the whole story about Wheeler's taxes and home standing refuted by his neigbors. He says there is absolutely nothing in it, and that Wheeler will run ahead of his ticket at home. The following are elected officers of the Young Ladies' Foreign Missionary society of the Methodist church: Mrs. Black, president; Mrs. Cowlesand Miss Wise, vice presidents; Miss Adams, corresponding secretary; Miss Whitfield, recording secretary; and Mrs. Fern, treasurer. There will be a big shooting contest on the ride range tomorrow. About a dozen will be here from Mason City and six or more from Webster City. The members of Company F will join, and the full day will be put in at target work. All who enjoy rifle shooting should go down. While in Algona Gov, Boies will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Lund at their new home on the farm. That he will be royally entertained all will admit who have s'een the improvements that have been made there, and who know the generous hospitality of the host and hostess. The concert .given last Thursday evening by the Smale sisters at the Congregational church was in every way a commendable entertainment. The sisters were excellent in all 1-hoy undertook, and should they visit Algona again will be greeted by a much larger audience, A. F. Bailey's candidacy for sheriff settles all question as to the election. The few dissatisfied republicans in Algona will go to him instead of to Graham, leaving the republican candidate a clear field. This move divides the opposition to Stephens, which was in a minority to begin with. The announcement of the. coming of orphan children appears this week. They will be distributed at the court house Friday, Oct. 30, and bills -will be out soon stating conditions. Jas. Taylor, D. D. Townsend, and J. C. Blnelc- fprd are the committee and all applications should be made to them at once as " first come first served" will cut some figure, All who have had these children are highly pleased, and many families can gain advantage by securing one of the waifs, Many'old acquaintances of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lasson will regret to learn that she was injured in her home in Seattle and may not recover, She was about to take a hot coffee pot from the stove when she fell forward and seriously burned her hand and arm. Grabbing the pot she fell backwards from the stove and the boiling contents vvcva spilled in her face and O;/OB, destroying her eye sight. Mr. Lac ion will be :.e- membered as a former Algona tailor. Mrs. Lasson is a sister of M. Bronson, and Fred Bronson's aunt. The democrats are arranging for a big demonstration next Wednesday afternoon. Gov. Boies will be here, and as this is his only stop between Mason City and LeMars, a big crowd will be in. Excursion trains will vr.vi from Emmetsburg und neishbci'lnr; towns, while of course Kossuth will give the governor a big audience. Everybody should turn out and hoai' him explain how local option will benefit this section. Public discussion is what makes intelligent voters and everyone should hear both sides. ' Geo. E, Clarke was in Spencer all of last week trying an interesting case arising out of a split in the Kidd Medical company. Kidd, who is manager, sued for his salary and for control of the concern, and Mr. Clarke presented his claim. A. C. Parker for the defense claimed that Kidd's pills were used for criminal purposes and that Kidd had no standing in court. Taking evidence lasted from Monday all the week, and nearly all turned on the character and use of the patent pills. The arguments closed Saturday and the case went to the jury in the evening, after being contested hotly. Prof, and Mrs. Geo. E. Reed, formerly of our normal school, are now back in Spencer. In a late letter Prof. Reed confirms the report of the loss of his hand. He was tcraixmtril? in chnrpo of a planing machine in a mill his brother-in-law had purchased, and was wearing a torn glove. A stray piece of it got cnught in the knives and drew his hand in, and it was mangled so that it had to be amputated an inch above the wrist. He writes " wo hfld to drive to Boise City before I could have my hand amputated. I can assure you I shall have n, very vivid remembrance of that ride, over rough mountain roads, in the bottom of n. lumber wagon and in the night, as the accident occurred at about 5 o'clock in the afternoon and it was three in the morning before the doctor was through." Ho writes that he is now doing well and regaining health and strcngh, His old friends in Algrona wish him all haste to an early recovery. SENATOR ALLISON NEXT WEEK. Iowa's Greiit Statesman will Answer Gov. Holes TliufBtlny Kvonluic, Oct. S'i. A telegram was received from Senator Mack last evening announcing that Senator Allison will be in Algona Thursday evening of next week. Ho will answer Gov. Boles' speech and give the republican side of the story. Arrangements arc being made to make this rally the event of the political season, nnd every citizen regardless of politics should turn out and hoar the discussion. Torchlights, bunds, campaign songs, and old time republican enthusiasm will abound. The Very Lntost. Hats and bonnets at lowest prices. Latest stylos in millinery. E. REKVE & Co. DON'T forget to call on Stough for all kinds of halters. E. REEVE & Co have now on display a complete line of fall and wintor stylos in millinery. Call and sou them.—2812 PERSONAL MOVEMENTS. B. W. Haggard was out of town all of last week on a business trip. Mr. nnd Mrs. Isaac Grovo wont to Charles City, Monday, to visit thoir old acquaintances and neighbors of 30 years ago. Mrs. Lund's mother, Mrs. Sottrup, and eister, Miss Thukla Sottrup, camo from Chicago with Mr. Lund and arc visiting in Algona. J. J, Wijson goes this week to California to bo present in court on the 25th for the settlement of his deceased sister's estate. He is one of the executors. Misses Maud and Kate Smith went to Des Moincs last week with thoir father and will remain there to pursue musical studies. They are under the best teacher in the state, and those who have known their work hero at home predict a high rank for them as musicians. Misses Minnie Rico and Cornie Ing- 1mm went to Elmoro Saturday and visited over Sunday with Mrs. Pangburn. Bert Edmonds came homo from Sioux City last week after taking part in the races there. There was no regular track, and most of the races were won by the rider of a pneumatic 1 wheel. Bert was second in the five mile race. JOIICH, at the Wigwam, is receiving another carload of those celebrated A. A. Cooper wagons. It is astonishing the number of these wagons that are being sold, and it speaks worlds for the idea that a well-made article will always win in the end. Barnum's idea was to buy a first-class article and pay a reasonable price for it. Poorly-made goods are dear at any price, BUY a pair of Gold Seal school shoes of F. S. Stough. SE13 Slough's Gold Seal school shoes. SEE the latest novelties in Dress Goods at Galbraith's. Do YOU need a pair of shoes? • Go to F. S. Stough's for thorn if you do. IF you want a trunk or traveling bag go to Galbraith's. BUY a pair of rubbers at 8 tough'H. HOUSE to rent; 7 rooms, pantry and cellar. Inquire of E. H. Clarke. A Wonder Worker. Frank Huffman, a young man of Burlington, O., says ho hurt been under tlie euro of two prominent physicians und used thoir treatment until lie was not able to got arouni'. They pronounced Uis case con- m'mption and incurable. He was persuml- CO IXD tvy Dr. King's New Discovery for con sumption, coughs, and colas, and at that time wus not able to walk uci/oss the street without rest. Ho found, before ho had used half o". a dollar bottle, that ho was much better; lie continued io vse it and is today enjoying good health. n you have throat, lung, oi' chest trouble ti'y it; we guarantee sr.tis"action. Trial bottles free at L. A. Sheet/..' 5 Electric Bitters. This remedy is becoming so well known und so popular us to need no special men tion. All who have used Electric Bitters sing the same sr:)g of praise. A purer medicine does not exist, and it is guaranteed to do a", that is claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of the liver and kidneys, will remove pimples, boils, salt rhouin, awl other affections caused by impure blood • will urivo malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure malarial fevers. Poi cure of headache, constipation, and indigestion try ElecU-io Bitters; entire satisfac tion guaranteed or money refunded. Fifty cent and $1 bottles at L. A. Sheets.' 5 Are You Allvo To the importance of keeping up with the times. 1 ' If so, subscribe for tha' newsiest and best of metropolitan week' Hes, The Sioux City Journal. In* ordei to give this paper the widest possible circulation the publishers have made the following unprecedentedly low prices, from, this date, for the campaign: Single copies to Nov. 10, 1891, 25 cents; clubs of five'or more to Noy! 10, 1891, 20 cents each. Sample copies fi-eo. Address Perkins Bros. Co., Sioiu City, Iowa, Apples! Apples! Perhaps the best car of bulk apples ever shipped to this town was received at the Cash store last week. Another car of the same kind, from the same place, is expected the first of next week. These are choice apples and will keep from three weeks to two months. Get your Rock Salt for stock at the Cash Store; also husking gloves and all kinds of gloves and mittens. We expect a shipment of Oil Meal in a few days. Call and examine our stock and get prices. TOWNSEND & LANGDON, Now is the Time! To look over and make your selections from THE LARGEST LINE OF Heating: Stoves Ever brought into Kossutli County. The Garland Oak for 1891 is the leading stove this season. Call and see it and get prices. T also have over 30 SECOND-HAND STOVES, from $3 upward. Also Guns and Ammunition, Wood and Iron Pumps, Kean Kuttcr K'.!tk'ry, Glass, Scissors and Shears, Western and Wayne Washing Machines, Baker Barb Wire, Husking Pins of all descriptions, Heath & Milligan's Paints, etc., etc. I have a first-class workman, and am prepared to do all kinds of Metal Roofing. Tinware rc- pa'iv- r promptly attended to. (The accompanying- illustration shows at a glance the difference between high and low prices. • The short man is my reprcsenta- - tivc. Keep your eye on him,) My goods are all first class, My experience of over 20 years in the hardware business has taught me thnt the best is the cheapest. Call and see them and get prices. T. SEASONABLE ADYIOE. People Otton Suffer Much When u Simple Komoily Would Cure Thnni. There is little doubt that many persons suffer for years with ailments that could easily bo cured by the use of some simple remedy. The following incident will illustrate : :l My wife was troubled with a pain hi her 8i<"o u ..-o greater pact of the time for three yenra, unt-il cured.by Chamberlain's Pain Ki>'m. It bus, I think, permanently cured tier. We have also used Chamber- loin's Cough Hemcdy whenever needed and believe '; to uo the bent in the world. P. M. Boston PenuviUo, Sullivan county, M's- sourl." Sold by F. W. Dingley. All They Claim to Tie. The Houtsidale (Pa.) Observer remarks: " Wo advertise at present for a llrm whoso preparations have proved, in our own family, all that they claim to be. Wo refer to Chamberlain's Undo, Cholera, and Diarr- lioaa Remedy, Wo stand up for tills medicine because we have tested it. Tills is not an advertisement ."o; 1 the uiciPcIoe, IK'* is simply our testimony vegartitntr it uJ'ter u fair trial." Sold by F. W. Dingloy. It Will Prevent Croup. " Wo know from experience in the use of Chamberlain's Cough Ketncdy that it will prevent croup," says Messrs. Gadborry & Wovley, Pei'cy, Iowa. They also add that the llomody has given groat satisfaction in that vicinity, and they believe it the best in the market for throat und lung diseases. St. I'ntrlvk'H PillN Are carefully prepared from the best materials and according to the most approved formula, and are the most perfect cathartic and liver pill made. Sold by Dingley. Watortown Hootb and Shoot), I have just received an invoice of the above innlro, consisting 1 of Kangaroo, Calf, and Dongola Kid, both for ladies' and gfontiomon'H wear. Having hud 25 years' experience in the manufacture of boots and shoes I can with confidence assure my patrons that for quality of material and style of iinish those goods have no superior in our market, Prices to buit the times, JNO. SiiAUP. South Dodg'o-Bt., Algona. 18 AN ATTRACTIVE LINE of Millinery, in the latest and most approved fashions, may be found at Matson & McCall's. We have an infinite variety of styles, at the lowest possible prices. Of the condition of Kossuth County Bank, Of Alcoim, Iowa, lit the dona oi IjusluosB, Oct. is, 1H111, mtidu to the auditor of state. ASSK'l'S. Loans ami discounts.. Gold and silver ........ $ :J,81() 110 Legal tender and Nat. bank notes ........ ... 11,700 00 Drafts and CUKU Itumu :i,iU5 78 The Secret of K. W. Dlng'ey, druggist, believes llirttlie. cret of success U perseverance. Therefore lie fie Jslt In keeping a line line of raiiuinnlett, toilet urtl- cleB, eosme. CM, <' '•;», untl i iiiinicala. He expe- clallr Invites all pemons who Iwve palpitation, short breath, weak or hungiy spellu, pain In the side or shoulder, oppression, nlglit inure, dry cougU, smotlier'uK, dropsy, or i.earidls-'isu to try Dr. U"es' uneiiunled New tlea<t On.) before It Is too late. It lias the largest mile of HI similar remedy. Fine book of .Miliaoiiials e. Dr. Miles' Bestorntive Nervine Is uimurpussed for sleeplessness, herJuche, tits, etc., und U contains uo opiates. 6 * A llusbund'8 Mistake. Husbands too often permit their wives, and parents their children, to suffer from headache, dizziness, neuralgia, sleeplessness, tits, nervousness, when by the use of Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine such serious results could easily be prevented. Druggists everywhere say It gives universal satisfaction and bus an Immense sale. Woodworth & Co. of Fort Wayne, Ind.: Snow & Co. of L acuse, N. Y.; J. C. Wolf, Hlllsdale, Mich., and hundreds of others any "it Js the greatest seller they ever knew." It contains no opiates. Tria 1 bottles and line beok on Nervous Diseases free at F. W. Dingley's drug store.^ _ 5 * lilies' Nerve uud hiver Pills Act on a new principle- regulating the Uver, stom- ttch.a'd' 'wels through the nerves. A new din covery. Dr. Miles' pills speedily cure biliousness- bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. Unequaled for men, women, B qU children. Smallest, miiaeBt. surest! Fifty dose* 25 cents. Samples free ut V, W. Wugley'» drug store. Due from banks and bankers Overdraftn Real estate Personal property Total I.IAU1I.1T1KS, Capital stock paid up Deposits Undivided prollts Jliio.OOl I". 5-4,170 If! S.S05 77 0,243 48 2,400 !>0 » SO, 000 00 152,00471 0,430 34 Total »Mn,533or. Total Indebtedness of directors...^'-, '4,05.0.00 WM. H. INGHAICV. e ' nt . LEWIS H. SMITH, Cashier.. J. Vf. WADSWOHTH, Teller, Sworn to and subscribed before me by the' above nnmtid Win. H. Insham, Lewis H. Smith, and J. W. Wadsworth this Oth day of October, 181)1, H. E. HIST, Notary Public. O. £j DEALER IN REAL ESTATE," n bought fuid sold on commission. Par licular attention given to ewe aud sale of real estate !»i Kost>utu iiurt Kttjo : uing counties. Agt. for Ge.iUiiu las. Co., tvee^o- w. in. Passage tickets to old countries at lowest vates. M ONEY TO LOAN- ON RAILUOAD L. Persons wonting .a Iwr.ow money on railroad lauds will i'.o well to call &t the Kossuth., County «auk awl bring their contracts. ^

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