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Tit combination Of a bench, ironing
toard snd steplad ler ess recently pat
atd, one of the supports bring fitted
A recently deigned shirt hi the
bocou) in two sections, one section Winn
buttoned on the front of the fihirt ti
anke it easily removable.
To prevent a cuspidor from tipping
ver, a new device consists of a wire
frame with projecting flanges), in which
the cuspidor is placed.
bake Into Your Hhoea
Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder for the
feet. It cures painful, swollen, smart
lag feet, and instantly takes the sting
out of corn and bunions. It's tht
greatest comfort discovery of the age
Allen's Foot-Ease makes tight-fitting
or new shoes feel easy. It Is a certain
cure for sweating, callous and hot,
tk'ed, ajhing feet. Try It to-day. Sold
ky all druggists and shoe more. By
Ball for ' cents, In fttn nips. Trial
fcekage FHKH. Addwias, Allen g.
Olmsted, Ie Uoy. N. Y.
The man who howls at the pas-ing of
the hat in church will pay a big hotel
kill with a smile on his face.
A Combination of Troubles Causes
BIRD ISLAND, MINN-T was trou
bled with my stomach. Nearly everything
I ate would sour and I would belch it up.
At tima my stomach gave me neat dis
tress. My back was lamo on account of
kidney difficulty. I bougtil six butt leu of
Hood's SarKatarilla; when I. had taken
4 bottles I was cured." Noiim x IIjckok.
h the boit-tn fact the One True Hluoti runner.
Hood's Pills are the favorite cathartic 25c.
Kpi both rUrr and siddle pr
fUy dry In the hardrst storm?.
Substitutes willdlvappolnt. Ask for
1807 Hish Hrand Pommel Slicker
It Is entirely nf. If not for saif In
your town, writ" for catalogue to
A. J. TOWr.R. H.xtnn Mi
The 8t. Joseph and Grand Island
Kansas City and Omaha Railways
SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTES
TO ALL rOINTS
WEST O EAST
AtiortnwUhnthe Union Pacifio System
ARK TIIE FAVORITE LINE
To California, Oregon ami all vmrn I'oinu
For Inlormatlon regarding ratc, etc., call on
or addrettn ncarost intent or 8. M. Awit,
W. V. KosmaoM, J ., Gen. I'aan Agt,
Ueii'l Manaier, tit. Joseph, Mo.
far thotiaatid and up. U.OXi I'each Treea lo
nl up Onase dranre HHire. 11.10 p r thous
and Ab H.-erJ:lri(r. 7"c ! r thoimanil. A larir
anppljr of all klndi of e'rtvdiriKly well rooted,
true to n.ine, arct stririlv tlrst-ilaaa nursery
Stock. Write for Price List to
I'.OHKMIAN NUKM-.K1K, Reynolda, b.
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i m,ivui gr UlCffr&llOlia
of iuiicoui uiuuibraaas.
tl r tainia, and nut aatrla
ATHUviatCHIHICtlCo. c-nl or jjonoaoua.
"' 'maaiaaa, .
or nt In plain wrappar,
tr -ipr-aa. pri-paid. for
Jl i. i.r 3 l,i.(tra,
Circular nt'iit ou reqaaat
Gtt Your Pintlm
Trite Cijt.OTAXlILt,, Tetiioa Axiit.Tuhiisjtcs, B.J
D nntTI IIP Tljc ,,e' Ke1 Kl,e HooltnKfor
nUaJr I fill 'th l- '"t ud nail"
IIWWI '!,.!, BiiUtlliit.es for flait-
tcr. Hamplea free, thk KAV MA.mi.i.a
KOOFINi t'amlrn, S. J.
PER 100 l,M ,or "amaa and i.Mr.wl Hcnd
w ' ' !.- In allrer for blank book and tn
tniotlana. Box IM, Holland, It. Y.
AGENTS WANTED. voMm o ru,
a i rS
Bdbf traratA ... I a. m
WE ARE ASSERTING IS THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THI
EXCLUSIVE Usb U THE WORD " CA8TORIA," AND
" PITCHER'S CASTORIA," AS our trade MARK.
J, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts,
was the originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," the same
that has borne and does now ySTy ftf-s y"" on everV
bear the facsimile signature of (LajftctfCA4M 'wrapper.
This is theoriginal "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has been
used in the Jtomes of tfie mothers of America for over thirty
years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is
the kind yoic have always bought Sl yA&7- " on
mnd has the signature ofafT wrap
per, No one has authority from me to use my name except
The Centaur Company of which Chas. JI. Fletcher is
March 8, 1897: Q&- &.h,7.
Do Not Be Deceived.
Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting a cheap substitute
which tome druggist may offer you (because he makes a few more pennies
on It), the ingredients of which even he docs not know.
"The Kind You Have Always Bought
BEARS THE FAOSIMILE 8IGNATURE OF
Insist on Having
The Kind That Never Failed You:
Hat, TT (IV
A Muip'cr fiaa
Mr. Newedd Weil, we are beiiniun
hou kwpinu, ami I presume the s iuo
IfHt plan will le for me to (.ive you
regular amount every we k furexpens. h
Juat figure up what it will cot. Mre
Neaedd I coubl never d that in the
world so many things to count you
know, but let me see. Oh, I have itl
I have thought of a much simpler plan.
"All right, my angel. What is it?"
"You figure up what it will cost you for
car fare and luiichett, and give me the
California Ex uraiou.
Leave Omaha 4 :35 p. in., Lincoln 6:10
p. in. and 1 1 as lings 8:")0 p. m. every
1 hursday in clean, modern, not crowded
umrit-t sleejiers. No transfers; cars
run right through to ban Franci'CO and
Lob Angeles over the Hcenio lionte
through Ieuver and Salt Lake City.
Cars are carjwted ; ujiholstered in rat
tan ; have Kpring seats and hack and are
provided with curtains, liedding, tow
ela, soap, etc. Uniformed porters and
experienced excursion comluctora ac
company each excursion, relieving pas
sengers of all bother about baggage,
pointing out objects of interest and in
many other ways helping to niHlcr the
overland trip a delightful experience.
Second class tickets are honored.
For 'older giving fnformation, call at
nearest Burlington Raute ticket othce,
or write to J. Francis, General I'aHsen
ger Agent, Omaha, Nebr.
In New York city in the first half of
one week lately there were ten deaths
and a score of persons injured through
bicycle accidents. This is a record heal
ing even Chicago. Racine Journal.
We oflr One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured bv Hall's Catarrh Cure.
V. J. ClIKXKY fe CO., Props.. Toledo, 0.
We the undersigned have known F. J.
Cheney for the last 15 years and believe
him perfectly honorable in all business
transactions and linancially able to carry
out anv obligation made by their firm.
West k Tbcai, Wholesale Druggists, To
Waltino, KtNA!i & Mabti Wholesale
Drugg sts, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Price 75c per
bottle. Hold by all Druggists. Testi
Brown English poplinette, with beau
uiul embroidery of Bilk guipure, forms a
chic toilet for the street.
The granny lonnet8 in vogue for
nabies are of plaited crepe or of corded
-ilk, nhaped by rows of fancy braiding,
Mia. Wlnftlow'a Soot ll I mo Syrup for child
ren Ui lhinu, soften the (rums, reduces Inllam
mation, nllHys pain, cures wind colic. 'Jix bottle
A charming basque blouse for a young
trirl is blue cloth, with pattes and belt
f white cloth, and a chemisette of mull
Russian blouses of black, and some of
hii dark, rich shades of velvet, edged
tround with fur, will be worn with silk
and cloth skirts.
TO CURIC A COM) IN ONE DAT.
Take Illative Broom gulnlnoTableta. AU Druggist!
refund the uioucj if It fall to cure. 2&c
Women have Kloadike collars on their
jack -t now, and they are all the name
suggest ss regards height and protection
from he old,
The prettiest use to which jet and
chiffon are put is as gartiture on capes
of black satin. The jet is embroidered
in "all-over" design, the chiffon as
I'ikoi'a Cnr for Cnn.miniTit.irin haia snvpil
me large doctor bills. C. h. Jiaker, 4228
licgelit cq., r nnaiicipma, 1 a , wv. o, w.
Never use the shaker when it is dos-
nible to avoid it. Instead use the poker
freely and you will have a brighter lire
and use lees coal.
When the fire from any cause becomes
dull, do not stir it over the top or put in
wood, but rake out the aBhes and puton
Kentucky may be able to grow coffee,
but it does not seem clear what she
wants with it. The habits of genera
tions are not changed so easily. Sau
No girl can freeze a man when she's
Probably babies talk so funny because
they are guying their mother's.
The soul and spirit that animates and
keeps up society is mutual trnst.
at aa .
THK FA KM AM) II02IK
MATTERS OF INTEREST TO FARM
ER AND HOUSEWIFE.
Koine Point In Favor of Shredded
Fodder- The Heat llojt for Bttcon
Kell Oir the Poor Block-Caring for
Kh redded Fodder Pent.
I Miring the past few years unusual
Interest hits been taken lu shredding
fodder. .Many have hesitated, thinking
that the shredded corn would not keep
wel in the mow or stack. AS'heu first
practiced more or less fodder wan
Khivddcd in a Mnmewhat damp condi
tion. It Invariably healed in the mow,
becf.me musty, and gave unsatisfactory
results. The fodder should not Ik- run
throujih the liuu'hiiie uatll It is entirely
.1ry and well cured. It would be better
over-dry than not dry enough. In IS'.d",
at the Indiana experiment station, all
of the corn fodder was slr'edded. It
kept well in the iiiov.-. and w:s f n e
from imisliness. The cattle and sheep
ale II freely, and it was used well into
the Hprln.g. Then are several points
In favor of brcdcd fodder. It Is more
economical lo feed than tin' unci;' corn.
It :s eaten up cleaner by the stock than
most net fodder, I here he!:i less waste,
due to the absence of the hard, sharp
ediol and short l.titr pieces of stalk
tisuiiil.v found in cut fodder. The re
fuse makes better inalerial for bedding
than does whole stalks or cut pieces,
being liner and softer. It handles far
better in the manure pile than does the
entire stalk. It does not make the
mouths of cattle sore, while that of
coarsely cut fodder oftentimes does.
It packs more economically in the mow
than does uncut fodder. The feeding
value of shredded and cut fodder is
practically the same. Shredding is com
ing into practice, and many farmers are
making use of the process.
Pest Union Hojf.
There is a rivalry between the Tam
worih and the improved Yorkshire as
to which is the lottcr bacon hog. The
fact of the Tain worth being a compara
tively new breed in America gives It
the advantage of novelty. Both breeds
are popular with the bacon-curers. The
Yorkshire makes an excellent cross on
the short-bodied sows of any grade,
though the vrriter does not advise that
course. The farmer endeavoring to
breed up a type of hogs suitable for
bacon should, if jiossiblo, improve with
Yorkshire blood on the maternal line,
and Instead of obtaining a pure-bred
Yorkshire or Tamworth sire, should in
every ease obtain the dam in prefer
ence to trie sire. But there Is a strong
aversion in the minds of farmers gen
erally lo breeding long-sided hogs, and
the long snout of the Tamworth i.-. an
almost Impassable barrier In the way
of the Introduction of this breed Into
America. Farmers, from thoii famil
iarity with the common scrub hog, ridi
cule the Idea of breeding an animal
witli so long a. snout as the Tamworth.
Though when we find the long snout
associated with long and deep sides of
the very best bacon we can alTord to
look upon It with at least a subdued
hostility. The Improved Yorkshire must
not lie confounded with the small York
shire. The improved Yorkshire Is u
modification of the large Yorkshire; it
has less of size than the former, mid
more of smoothness.
Selling OIT Poor Stock.
As winter approaches every farmer
should look over his farm stock and
consider what of It will pay best for
keeping through until spring. If all
that does not come up to the standard is
sold to the batcher or otherwise dis
posed of, the money for it and the hay
or grain required for its winter suste
nance will leave the fanner richer In
the spring than if he fed It. Don't try
to get high juices for the poor slock.
There Is less loss In disposing of It than
In keeping It. The farmers' profit, In
these days depend more on the kind of
stock he keeps than on any other fac
tor. Care for the Machlnerr.
Do not leave your costly machinery
out In the field, or uncovered. With
proper care the machinery ought to
nst you for years, but It will not. If left
exposed to the weather and storms six
or eight months In a year. The Indus
trious and economical farmer cares for
everything, because he Is aware that
a continual outlay for new machinery
each year to take the place of that
which has been allowed to rot In the
field Is extravagance.
A alien for Handy Holla.
Handy soils are always deficient In
potash. Kven If they had this mineral,
they have usually so little vegetable
matter thnt the potash forms an Insolu
ble compound, by uniting with the
sand. The potash In caustic ashes dis
solves the silicate of potash, and also
helps Itself until Its caustic properties
are lost. But old leached ashes are
often quite as beneficial to sandy soils
as are the unleachod. They always
contain some potash and some phos
phate, which the water used for leach
ing would not dissolve. But they also
usually contain some ammonia, taken.
from the air, and which makes Its pot
ash u nitrate of potash and a very pow
Hiving liees In a Tree.
The usual way when a beo tree has
been found Is to rut It down, stupefy
the lccs with smoke as well as may be,
nnil take their honey. This of course
destroys all future harvest of sweet
from that tree or swarm. Psslbly Dao
ei Johnson, an old bee hunter of Ded
mm, Me., has discovered a better way.
j'he bees provided against their tre
nding cut down and their stores de
stroyed by selecting a trtw which oter
huug a deep rarlne. If the tree wer
cut down It would fall lata tfee saVTloa.
miii-hliig the tree and destroying frog
honey. So he Inserted fl gas pipe from
a hollow near the ground, running it up
th" tree until the honey whs reneheiL
Then he built a fire at the foot of the
tree. So noon us the fire warmed the
h' y Inside, It began to run down,
where It was caught lu palls. It nearly
filled a burr d. Mr. Johnson thinks he
has a permanent hive of bees on that
tree so long ns it does not succumb to
the effects of fire at its roots. U
thinks there Is enough honey left to
winter the bees, ami that next year
they will go lo work and fill the empty
combs. But It Is very possible that
heat sufficient to melt honey comb has
killed the bees, and that the barrel of
honey this year in the last he will get
from that tree.
Those who wish to grow plums In
the garden I -Ms 4i the trying of a set
of Japan plums, au there seams to be
good reason to believe that they will
le the plums of the future when th
j i. i.i, i niiui iitin 1JU li llltr umri i ay c
out of existence. This pest is hard to
' control when the hedgerows are full of
unlive species of prunes, and these
ir-es serve for its propagation. Fruit
growers haw considered it hopeless lo
be able to light the fungus, and are
planting the Japanese plums In place
of the native kinds. In planting it
should be borne in mind that a much
grealer distance is needed between the
trees than between other plums at
least eighteen feet v. lieu mature growth
is reached by the trees. The curculio
seems to be quite as troublesome in
these new plums as on the older ones,
though we had hoped much from the
thicker-skinned fruit. But to have
clear-skinned plums the curculio must
be fought in early summer, when it Is
doing ils work. We lost but few from
the stings, but the fruit was disfig
ured. (harden and Forest.
How to Keep the Churn.
It is particularly trying during ex
tremely hot weather to keep a wooden
churn, which is used not more than
twice a week, from shrinking some
what about the corners, where the
staves which compose the sides are
joined to the bottom. Of couree, the
churn may be left in the cellar, but that
means many a wearying tug up and
down on churning days, unless the
churning is done there. In the latter
case, moid is apt to collect upon any
wooden utensil In an ordinary cellar. To
keep water in the churn requires con
stant care lest it be forgotten, for it
should be changed every day. A better
way Is to hook the churn to the stand
ard, bottom side up, where a barrel
churn is used, and pour water around
the inside of the chine, covering the out
side of the churn IsjUorn, which will be
sufficient to keep the wood from shrink
ing by reason of becoming too dry.
To get the best prices for turnips the
grower must calculate to sell a large
part of his crop from house to house.
It Is a vegetable that almost every
householder will buy one or two bush
els of and not like the potato, which
must lie secured in sufficient quantities
to supply the table twice a day through
the winter. It Is best always to grow
both the white for early use and either
a late yellow turnip or rutabaga for use
In spring. If brought to their houses
the turnips can always be sold at about
the price charged by the grocers per
bushel. If the difference between the
turnips for early and late use Is ex
plained most households will take a
bushel of each. It makes extra work
for the farmer to peddle his turnips,
but the double price lie gets over what
the grower would pay makes it worth
Ids while. It is for the consumer's In
terest also to buy turnips fresh from
Hit field, lather than the grocery stock
that for days, or perhaps weeks, have
been exposed to the air.
Improvement iu Tomatoes.
There has been great Improvement In
both the shape and quality of tomatoes
since we first knew and liked them. The
original tomato was very rough, had
little pulp, and was merely a hag of
seeds and water with very thick, tough
skin. The first Improvement was In se
curing sound and smooth tomatoes, but
somewhat smaller than the fruit was
originally. But for many years we have
had tomatoes full of pulp, and having
comparatively few seeds. These are
much the best for cooking and canning,
as when cooked there is something to
them besides seeds.
Quality of Evaporated Fruit.
So much Is said about the advantage
of fruit evaporating to make a market
for otherwise unsalable fruit that many
may think It makes llttla difference
what Its quality may be. The truth Is
that only the really good fruit should
be used for the evaporator. It may be
and often Is unsalable because of blem
ishes which affect Its looks but do not
Impair quality. But to take green,
worm-eaten fruit and put It through
the evaporator Is a mistake. Its first
effect Is to discourage the consumer,
making him think that evuporated fruit
is not so good as he expected. Poor
fruit is not worth much for the pigs,
but that or other stock Is the best mar
ket for It.
l.ato-fown Winter Grain.
'It Is not the size of fall grovfth made,
but lis character, ti.at decides whether
It can Htand winter freezing and thaw
ing. A late-sown small growth, If rig
orous, will come out all rlghf. In fact,
for some reasons the small top la best,
as It does not evaporate so much. Noth
ing can nrevent the soil f reezlnsf An k
surface lower than the grain roots reach
In tiieir iau grow in. u mere la a great
amount or lear on winter grain It Is
more easily killed to the root
where th growth la small.
Compliments on a tombstone might
be properly termed epl-taa.
The neit traiirit of Venn oc.ruii in
The tail of the great comet of 1813 a
200,000,0)0 in He long.
The normal tenierature of man is
about degrees; of the snail, ?C; oys
ter, 82; porpoise, 100; rat, cat and ox,
i02; sheep, 104; bog, 105; chicken, 111.
Dr. tieorge F. Shrady says in The
Forum thEt though conermption is con
thgiouH the chances of infection to a
healthy person are very slight.
Rest and Relief.
A piece of -.Machinery run by dteata
and overw-jrkod will become cranky,
creaky and out of gear, owmg to somt
expansion of metal from heat and fric
tion. Stop its work, rub aud brighten
anil let U rest. In a short while it will
be restored and will run smoothly. The
human system is a machine. Too Cdch
work aetJ worry are thrown upon it;
too much of the heat of daily cures; too
much of tUe s&eam of daily business.
The nerves become cranky; they are
restleHfs, sleepless aud twitchy, aud a
neuralgic condition sets In. Pain
throws the machine out of gear and it
needs rest aud treatment to strengthen
and restore. St. Jacobs Oil Is the one
remedy of all, peculiarly adapted to a
prompt aud sure cure. Sta. many have
so freely testified from experience and
.use to ils eflicacy iu tin cure of neural
gia tint it passes without saying that
it surely cures. It will be a gracious
surprise to many after the free use of it
to find how easily pain, cares and worry
may be lifted, and how smoothly the
human machine goes on.
Cheerfulness is an excellent wearing
quality. It baa been called the bright
weather of the heart.
The man who. improving in skill and
knowledge, improves in modesty, has
an undeniable claim to greatness of
A NECKLACE OF PEARLS
Is a beautiful possession. If a woman
one, and if a single pearl drops off the string',
she makes haste to find and restore it.
Good health is a more valuable possession
than a necklace of the most beautiful pearls,
yet one by oue the jewels of health slip away,
and women seem indifferent until it is almost
too late, and they cannot be restored.
To die before you are really old is to suffer
premature death, and that is a sin. It is a sin
because it is the result of repeated violations
of nature's laws.
- Pain, lassitude and weariness, inability to
sleep, dreadful dreams, starting violently from
sleep, are all symptoms of nerve trouble.
You cannot have nerve trouble and
your health. In ninety-nine cases out of a
hundred the womb, the ovaries and the bladder
are affected. They are not vital organs, hence
they give out soonest.
Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, by building up the nerves and restoring woman's
organism to its natural state, relieves all these trouble-
some uterine symptoms. In confirmation of this we, by!
For special symptoms Mrs. Pinkham has prepared a
Sanative Wash, which will cure local troubles. Give these
medicines a trial.,
Write to Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, Mass., if you are not quit
satisfied ; you can address private questions to a woman.
"Use the Means and Heaven Will Give
You the Blessing." Never Neglect
A Useful Article Like
Mat. GtORGB Fostsk.
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f 'at lia aaal aartona (lt aahalaa) pan h had knrmaU bj nallnaj fclTarlrt u ta tl
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V. V. V. Me. aS-4.
Bit WBITIMO) TO ADTKBTISaaS
futm'r t arousal.
JuJge Thomas M. Cooler, a fas
ruth irity on constitutional law, who
erved many years ns justice of the su
preme court of Michigan, and who ws
later the head of the interstate cosn
tnerce eo.b.iesion, has become a hope
The gresieent of the French Bepoblic
has been compelled to omit this jeer the
eus'o-nary audience and invitation to
luncheon to the owner of the horse win
ning the grand steeplechase at Auteuil,
for the owner is Mile Mar-y, the p."t-eie
A Missionary Medietas.
Clef j'.iness begins within. If a bass
isn't clean inside, he is far from Godb
nesa. A constipated sinner is a stench li
u. nostrils of Uie Deity. A saan whosl
food sours in his stcn.nch, and whose livei
is leaden, can't help looking at the worlj
hatefully with jaundiced eye, and con
juring up evil thoughts i his tortured
brain. Cleamliness of person begets clean
liness of thought. Cascarets, Candy Ca
thartic are the missionary medicine which
purifies men's bodies aud mind. Pure,
fragrant, palatable, mild and positive,
they clean out the iutestinal canal, stimu
late the liver and streugtheo the bowels.
Then a man enjoys agaia a feeling of char
ity and brotherly love for has fellows aud
recommends others to take Oascarets and
be as happy as he.
Love is a little innocent-laced child
and marriage is the same child growft
up to be an old rounder.
You can never tell by the way a girl
beckons to a man whether they are
married or engaged or strangers.
The respect people show you in your
misfortune diminishes long before you
have begun to outlive it, and you feel
irritattd as before.
Hope is the word which the finger ol
God hath inscribed upon the brow of
permission, reier lo the following women, all of'
whom speak from experience: Miss Cklia Yaw
Horn, 1912 Sharswood St., Philadelphia, Pa.; Misa
Grace Coixord, 1434 Eastern Ave., Cincinnati, O.;
Mrs. Newell, 50 Ryerson St., Brooklyn, N. Y.; Has.
Isabel Oherg, 230 Chestnut St., Woburn," Mass,
Mrs. A. Ii. Cole, New Eochelle, N. Y., and inanv
Doctor, what can I do for belching of wind ?
Iiclching of wind is due to fermentation of the food la fa
stomach. This is usually caused by the inability of the
stomach to digest the foods containing sUrch. Avoid
all intoxicants, fresh 1-rad, rc?', Hce, oitmeaj, potatoes.
Ka., 'ui'L.-, v-rn, wane, pesuy, pi., -..' , saitags and
rich foods. After meals taks a Ripens Tabula. Use
will give you prompt relief, and their eoatiaaed see let
week or two will cure the trouble If yea sasadoa sao
foods that principally causa lL
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