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The Movements of Many People
Newberrians and Those Who
MI- Sarah1 Pope leaves tomorrow
to spend a month in Kinards.
111-, Te:npie Wriiglit. of Atlanta.
Ga.. i visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Miss Ha,ttie Smith, of Mt. Pleas
ant section, is visiting relatives in the
Mrs. Everard Blackshea;r spent sev
eral days this week with Mrs. Ann
Jeter in Columbia.
Mrs. Claude T. Boyd, who has been
quite sick with grip for the past two
weeks, is now able to be up again.
Mrs. J. W. Humbert left itoday for
Batesburg to attend a district mis
sionary meeting to be :hleld there.
Mr. A. Birge Wise, of Prosperity,
ati.ended- the meeting of the Grand
Commanudery, Knights Templair. in
Columbia this week.
Hon. Fred. H. Dominick attended
the meeting of the Grand Comman
dery. Knighits Templar. and th4
Grand Chapter. R. A. M., in Columbia
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Newberry has -felt a touch of the
blizzards which have been raging in
other sections of -the country.
There will be preaching at the A.
R. P. chureh. Prosperity. next Sab
bat:h at eleven a. m. and at Unity a-t
three p. m.
The banks and public offices will
be closed on Monday, February 22.
the same being the birthday of
At the meeting of the Grand Com
mandarv. Knigh-ts Templar, held in
Colunbia this week, Hon. George S.
M6wer. of Newberrv. was chosen
grand junior wairden.
Mr. Antine Buzhardt, of the coun
ty, paid The Hera-ldi and News office
a very pleasant visit on Wednesday.
It is always a pleasure to have sub
scribers call in -and spend .a short
while in the office.
T'he Woman 's Home 'and Foreign
Missionary society of the Lutheran
Oh'urch of the Redeemer will meet at
'4he residence of Mrs. E. R. Hipp on
Monday a-fternoon, February 13, at 4
The post office at Newberry has re
esived the new 'memorial stamps with
the bust of Abraham Lincoln on them,
and tihey 'will be put on sale today,
thi.s being the anniversary of :his
TOWN PRISONER CAPTURED.
Paid P'ine Which Was Imposed 'on
Him and Expenses of His Cap
ture and Was Released.
Will Lomax. -a negro who escaped
from ;the city chain gang some' months
-ao, was located at Due West, in Ab
beville county, where, at the request
of (Thief oif Police Adams., he was a[r
rested and held until OWh t Adams
reached Due We't on Monday. Since
.the negro's escape from the gang, to
which 'he was sentenced for sixty days
on two charges--beating his wife and
creating a di'sturbaneehief of Po
lice Ada'ms had been on the look -out
for him. The negro escaped only _a
day or two after he began his service
en the . gang. Chief Adams got in
communica'tion with the Abbevil-le
wh1eriff, and received a telegram from
one 'of the constables at Due West
that the negro 'had been arrested and
was beine held. Chief Adams, as
stated. went to Due West on Monday.
Wheni he arrived at Due West tihe pro
prietor of 'the 'hotel, at which Lomax
wvas wor'kingi, was anxionfs to keep the
negro, and -the negro succeeded in
raising enough ito pay t:he fine which
had been imposed upon him' 'by Mayor
Langford, in lieu of wvhich he was
serving sentence when 'he escaped,
and in addition to this he paid Chief
A'dams' expenses in loeating him and
Sgoing to Due West. Under these cir
cumstances, (Thief Adams left him in
EcCaughrin Rebekah Lodge.
McICaugbrin Rebekah lodge, 1. 0.
0. F., 'held ian imnporta'nt and inter
esting meeting on Saturday nighit, at
wvhich time a prize of five dollars in
gold 'was offered to the memiber bring
ing in the largest 'number of applica
tions for membership up to July 1. It
was also decided' to giv'e an oyster
and hot supper a't an early date for
The benefit of' ithe order'. The young
l.adies wh'4o are pushing forw"ard this
'braneh of the order deserve much
credit for their fait hfuilness and dlevo
tion. and theC order derives much be
*iifir from their efforts in its behalf.
Statement Prepared by County Attor
ney Holloway for Newberry De
jM lrn.(,. Holow\ay wos asked
yesterday for some facts ill reard to
t.h. 1inani-iial condition of Ne LWbylrrV
comity. On January 15 Mr. Hollo
way prepared a statement for the use
of the Newberry delegation in th-e
general assembly showing .the finan
cial condition of the county at that
time, based upon the records at thait
time and estimates made a-t that time
as to the probable amount of taxes
which would :be collected, It will be
seen by this staitement, which is giv
en below, that the overdraft of the
county treasurer to January 15 was
$3,374.38. A considerable amount of
taxes has been collected since that
time, of conrse, and the overdraft
would be reduced by the amounit of
taxes which bave come in.
The statement prepared by Mr.
Holloway on January 15 is as fol
lilcoime from taxes 1908, 3
mills on $7065237.00 ....$21,195.71
Animui- colleoted through
January 15th ........16,172.42
Balance taxes unpaid Jan
uary 15th .............5,023.23
Probable taxes col-lectible
by Marc;h 15th.... .....4,000.00
Leavin- unpaid Marh 1.5th $1023.29
Owing by County:
0verdraft of county treas
urer t > Jan. 15th......$ 3.374.38
Out.tanding cheeks unpaid
to Jan). 15th ........ 693.57
Anistiln. Brvos.. account steel.
br-idg-e. Higgins fery ..$ 450.00
J. P. Bishop, account ap
proach Whitmire bridge. 320.00
Ninety Six bridge ..... 200.00
(Ihappells steel bridge .. .$ 1,1.87.50
Chappells steel bridge ap
proac-h (estimated) .. .. 812.50
Furnace new court house
General -elaims, not yet ap
proved. (estimated) .. .. 400'
Total probable claims of all
D)educt probaible It axes :to be
collected by Mar~ch 15th. 4,000.00
Balance .. .... .......$ 4,937.93
A dd n:ote and interest . . . . 7,350.00
The tollow.ing showvs the~ amount of
e,>nintation paid each yea begin
ning 1900 and wha-t it brought in:
1900-$2.00.. . ... ......$ 298.00
1901-$2.00 . ... ... .. ....1,662.00
1902-$1.00 .. .. .. .. ...2,108.00
1903--$1.00.... .. .. .. .. 2102.00
1904-(Fixed by comity board
-see page 527, Sec. 7.,
Vol. 24) .... .... ......612.00
1905-$3.00 .. .. .. .. ... 5.67.00
1906-$3.00. ... .. .. ..390.00
1907-$3.00. .. .. .. .. ...(81.00
190-$3.00 (To Jan. 15th) 343.18
The income from t'he three-mill
'ey mvy be somcw:hait decreased by
loss of taxes une-ollected,.and if the su
preme count should sustain Judge
Memminger in his insaranee decision
there will be a. further deduction from
this amount of some $150 or $200
which -was paidl by mn'n-rance compan
es under protest. The whole amount
paid by insuranee companies in this
county last year nder protest was
In conneection with this statement
imay not be amiss at this time to
say some thing in tregard to the levies
and sources of income duri.ng t!he past
W'hen Supervisor J. Monroe Wick
or took charge with the beginning of
the year 1905, di'e're were a inmbe-r
of claims against t'he county, and
Suipervisair 'Wickeyr borrowed $5,000
from the Sinking Fund Commission
to meet these el-a.ims. T'he ordinary
county levy for 1905 wvas t.wo and one
half mills, buFt 'the county 'had the dis
pensary in 1905, wvhich gave a revenue
af s:me four of five thousand dollars
from tha,t source. The dispensa:ry was
voted oti: in August. 1905, cu.tting off
this sou-ree of revenue.
In 1906 the levy 'was increased to
three and one-half mills. During this
year -the $3,000 indlebtedness to the
Sinking Fund was inereased to $7,
In 1907, notwithstanding this in
debtedness. .the .levy was reduced from
the an.d one-lhalf mills st'o three
mills, and in 1908 the levy remained
at three mills.
C'outy Attorney H4lloway states
tha~t in Janua.ry, 1907, lie prepared an
:ftimate andL( went 'to Columbia be
fore thle delgation asking tha;: the
levv~ be made four' and one-half mills,
at i as redned to -three mills.
Ex-Supervisoir Wicker estimates
that the August fresliets cost New
berry county somec eight or ten (0hou
sand (ollars. In tlhis connection, it
may be stated tIhat Laurens has a
movement on foot 'to boind the county
to the aiounit of $50,000 to repair the
damage eaused by tle fresliet.
Counl-ty Attorney- Holfloxv0Y ha; pre-'
pared ai estinate of the expelses for
1909. and estimates that they will run
to $33,000, and he has asked for a
levy this year of four and one-half'
A TRIP TO INDIA.
Presented Last Night By Herald
Square Opera Co.
The following is from the Staunton
Dispateh and News of January 1:
A lairge and very well pleased house
greeted the fi-rst .appearance of the
Herald Square Opera Co., here last
night. "A Trip to India" is a tale
of -the Orienit, which contains muach
humor and. good music, a combina-tion
which never fails to please. It was
well staged. the stage settings being
appropriate and handsome. The com
pany itself is good, be.ing composed of
a well balanced east and a chorus
whie-h, judging from -the standpoint
of bea-uty, has never been surpassed
in the history of ithe Beverly -theatre.
Especially deserving of mention was
the wor k furnished by Ed. Gilmore
and J.ak Leslie. The house was al
ways in a laugi when these two com
edians were on tie stage.
The Civic Association.
The Civie association lheld al inter
esting meeting in the echamber of
oommerce rooms on Wednesday after
loon. The work whic.h -the association
has in hand for the beautifying of the
ci-ty .and the work which The associa
tion qproposes to take up, was discuss
ed at lenrzth. the association being in
session -for a sconsiderable itime. The
members are enthusiastic and the var
ions committees which .have been
appointed are pushing forward the
work whielh has been assigned ito
CENTRAL METHODIST CHURCH.
Rev. J. W. Wolling, D. D., Pastor.
The <regular Sunday morning ser
vices begin at 11 o 'clock and will be
eonaiueted by t-he pastor. By request
of the superintendenit of the Stud
enlts' Volunteer Movement special
prayer will be made for all st-udents.
and the pastor will' speak on the sub
ject. "Y1anng men and thle Ohristian
ministry.'' All the college stud-ents
are specially inviited.
Th:e Sunday school] meets at 3.30
and all .persons in.terested in the study
of God 's -word are invited to attend.
A t niTht Dr. Wolling will speak on
the question. ''Why am I not a mem
ber of the chardh?'' Tihe usual song
service vil-l be 'held, familialr hymns
Now in Danville.
A c'opy of tile Danville, Va., Bee of
Februaty 8 gives an acouint of t-he
arrest 'of seventeen alleged blind ti
g'arsin Danvi-lle, made by the police on
warran-its sworin out by deteetives.
Thle Bee states t'hait "these detectivas
are s:aid to come firm an agency head
ed by Walte:- H. H-ubbard, in Colum
bia, S. C. It is sta:ted in tile Bee
that theCse detectives were secured in
di.rectly thrloughd the efforts of ithe
Law and Order league. It will be re
call-ed tihat Hubbard 'was in charge of
the detectives in Newberry when a
number oft arres-ts were, made here
Mmre time ago.
Policeman Franklin Investigates.
Seve.ral days ago Pol'iceman H. H.
Franklin took from a stomek car on
a Souther'n train at Newberry bound
for Greenv'ille a negro who gamve hi.s
name .as Henry Williams. Tile negro
was beaingo his way' on thie train.
Wh.ile he ga're his name .as Hentry
WYilliams lie had an envelope in his
p:>eket which 'had been thirough the
mails, adldressed to Eddie Durham,
C (olumbia. Policemnan Franklin was
not satisfied with Williams' account
of' himself, and has been investigatingj
him somewhidt. Hearing -that some
time ago~ B. F. McDowell, a colored
p)reac-rl of' Gr'eenlville. had 'sent a
b.>y to Tuskegee. Booker Washing
ton's schloil in Al-abama, and had not
|eaixd of Ahe boy s,ince. he wrote Mc
Dowel-l. giving him a description of
t he boy utnder arrest here. In reply
McDowell writes that the description
veryi' closely fits his nephew, -whom lie
sent to Tuskegee last October, and
whom he had not heard from since.
Wihen Policeman Franklin gets his
suspicions ar'oused he follows t!hemi
out, and it is sate ;:o pi;di.et that hieI
wxill knowx all -aibout Henry Williams
bt -re he fini,Ces his -inv'estiga-tion..
Williams wxas tried in th:e .mayor' s
court follow-"ing his arrest and was
sentenced to serve fi-fteen days under
the city ordinances. He .is serving
Sinking Fund Having Matter in
Charge Prepares Bill Which is
viln'ts kvnhi 1has, charle of thera
r"Il inde(bl"telnes, iII the tshl1,ipI)s
)r Newberrv. Mendeniahll. and Stony
Ba'ttery published some time ago a
report of what had been done.
From an aceumulation of the
taxes -to meet the interest on the
bonds in t-hese townships $14.500 was
in hand and was used in retirinig these
bonds. This money -was paid out in
Novenbex. 1908-$2000 in No. 1 on
-t-he bonds that -had matured and
wlhih were issued for the C.. N. & L.
railroad; $5600 on the bonds in No.
9 township for the C.. N. & L. rail
road; $6600 in No. 1 townsbip on the
bonds issued in behalf of the Augusta,
Edmefield. .and Newberry railroad:
$500 on .t-he bonds in No. 8 toiIlshilp
in behalf of the Augusta, Edgefield
and Ne.wberry railroad.
The total amount of bonds issued in
aid of the C.. N. &. L. was $10,000 in
No. 1, and $15,000 in No. 9 townships.
Of t:hese bonds $5000 have matured
of the No. 1 township bonds and the
$10.,000 in No. 9. township. in
aid of the C.. N. & L. raih-oad.
In No. 1 township there is also $26.
000 indebiedness for the Auguita.
Edgefield, and Newberry railroad.
and in No. 8 township $7200. De
ducting t-he pvayments which were
made by the sinking fund there is still
an indlobtedness against N . 1 town
S-hip for the Augusta. Edgefield, and
Newberrv railro-ad of $19.400 and in
N. 8 townsbip $6700.
The bal-ance due in' No. 1 t,Ywnship
in the C., N. & L. bonds is $8000;
$5000 of t:his. however, does not ma
ture une.i 1a13. In No. 9 towns-hip
the ba-lance dive is $9400 of this $5000
does nt mature until 1911.
TL:zse b,)(nds thave been drawing in
terest at 'evn pi.r e:-:. By t-he pay
mient o' them a ind borrowinl t.he
money t 5 per cent. the annual in
tees: savin will be $953.
Mr. F. H. D)mini k, who has had
charge of this matte-r of funding the
indebtedness, appeared before the
Newberry delegaition on Wednesday
and suggested the tpassage of four
bills which were introduced yester
day by Mr. Kilbler through the~ ways
and means 'commit-tee, providing a
loan from -he Staite sinking fund at
5 per cent. to ta;ke up theo indebted
ness -which is now due.
I-t is estimated tha.t the t-ax which
is now .levied to meet -the -int-erest on
these b-....ds in athe several townships
and to treate .a sinking fund if this
loan is made will pay up the indebt
edness -in No. 8 towvnshiip in eight
vr,in No. 9 township in six yeairs,
in No. 1 -township in eight years.
Tphis estimgde is -based on the re
tirement of the bonds -which a-re not
yet due, and it is estimate'd that the
principal and interest will be paid. as
stated. without any increase in .the
present rairoad' tax in these town
The tax is on-eJhalf mill in No. 1
township for the C., N. & L. bonds;
two mills in No. 9 township for the
C.. N. & L bonds; one and one-half
mills in No:; 1 township for t,he Au
g'sta. Edgef-ield -and New-be ry rail
oad; .and three mills in No. 8 'town
ship for the Augusta, Edgefield and
Lutheran Church of the Redeemer.
(Rev. Edwvard Fulen-wider, Pastor.)
Services at ithe Church of the Re
deemer Sunday as follow's: 11 a. in.,
regular morning service with sermon
by the pastor. T'heme: "The causes
of tohe failure and success of the Gos
February 14 has been set apart by
the Y. M. C. A. as a day of special
service :and prayer for student's
thrcughou't the worla. At 7.30 p. m.
a service will be held in the Church
of the Redeemer carrying out .this
idea. There wil.1 be special music. in
charge -of t-he young men of th~ col
lee, a nd a s-ermon 'oy ,thle pastor on
the word's, "Be of good courage..and
let us play the men for our people,
"d for the cities of our God: And the
Lord do~ that wihichi seemeth him
od" II S-a-m. 10 :12.
T-he Sunday sehool convenes a:t
:3.4~>. T'he pa st-or requests a full alt
tendance at the Bible class.
The p,uhlic is cordially invited to
Miss Shelor 's Typewriter.
It will be reealled that some time
ago Mr. G. Cart-er Riser, of Whit
mire, raised by sub1.scriptioni $25 for
the purehase .of a typewriter for Miss
Shelo.r, who is at te -head of the
"Sunshiners" in i:-his State. It 'has
beeVn d-u ided if possible to increase
is .1! u.m tI $40 in m: er to ecure
a bet.ter machin for Mi;ss EK rl.r. :m:d
~ll who may desire to eontribute -to
this .worthy cause are requested to
send their contributions 1to G. Carter
Ris& Whitmire. S. C.
ANTI TUBERCULOSIS LEAGUE.
Meeting Held On Tuesday Afternoon,
At Which Time Permanent Or
ganization Was Perfected.
A rer inter*e;tin_ lireeting Id the
Ankiti Ttiberculo1SISiN leagu wasreld inl
the(. roomls iof -t-he hmbrof (.1om-1
1me,11T 011 Tuies-dav afternoon.
Dr. P. G. Ellesor, president of :the
league. presided over the meeting,
and Mrs. i. D. Wright was secretary.
Tihe Bachelor Maids, who were at
t:hat time holding a meeting in -the
same building, were asked to join
:wit'h the Anti Tuberculosis league
m1eeting and a committee waited on
t-hem and succeeded in adding a num
ber to those already present.
I)r. Ellesor sqtated tha.t it was said
t1hat every seventh death was from
tubarculosis, and he gave fie deaths
in Newberry during the year of 1906
as 3. wit'h seven ca.used by tubereu
losis; in 1908 .39, with 10 from tu
beriulosis, xnd the comparison for
1907 gave the same result, showing
that the ra-tio of every seventh death
held traie in this locality.
Mrs. R.. ). Wright :ead the minutes
of the Ist neeting, and the reports
from the different committees on can
va.-ing fwr new members were called
f;r. Mrs. E. H. A-uil. was the only
nie present iho had been appointed
on these committees and she made a
vory od report.
Dr. J. M. Kibier stated- that as
chairman of the publication- commit
tee 'he 'had had notices put in both of
the county papers, and would, with
permission o.f the chair, continue to
see that -notices for the publie were
given attention. He then took t'he
'lair and presided over the meeting,
while Dr. Ellesor read the constiitution
and by-laws of the league, as drafted
by the committee appointed for that
purpose. After considerable discus
sion and adding amendments to this
proposed conXstitutiorn and the by
I law;. same wlere vated on favorably.
An executive committee was elect
ed to lo,k after the affairs of the lea
gue. .onsisting of the following mem
bers: Dr. W. G. Houseal, Dr. P. G.
Ellesor, Mrs. J. W. White, Dr. E. P.
McClintoek, and Miss Elizabeth Dom
The time for the meetings to be held
was fixed 'for the -lasit Fniday in each
month at 4.30 p. mn., the hour to be
changed according to 'the season.
The following 'new miembe-s were
added to the roll: Dr. aind Mrs. E. P.
MClitoek. Mrs. T. F. Harmon, M~rs.
John K. Aull, Mrs. J. W. White, Mrs.
Herman Wright, Misses Ma,ud Lang
ford. Fannie MeC'aughrin, Eliza'beth
Dminick, .and Vista Wood.
The-'initiation fee was f,ixed at fifty
e::- per member.
District Deputy Lynahi To Be Present
-Banquet To Be Served at
At the -next regu'lar meeting of
Newberry lodge, No. 1103, B. P. 0.
Elks, Distri.et Deputy R. Norris Ly
nahi, of Charleston, will pay the lodge
an official v'isit. This is the first an
niverary of the organization of' the
lodge, and it 'is gratifying to the
mebiers that District Deputy Lynah
will be 'with them onl this occasion.
A unmber of, candidates who have
been eledied to 'membherAlh p are ex
eted to be present to receive their
At 'the conelusion of t:he meeting a
b~anquet will 'be 'served at the New
berry 'hotel in -honor of Dist:riet De
puty Lynah, 'the non-resident mem
bers, and ithe '"fresh meat.''
The occasion is expected 'to be both
pleasant and profitable and every
member who can do so is expected to
tend tihe 'meeting. a-nd, of course,
he banquet following the meeting.
MISS PLORENCE DAVIS.
She Will Be Seen in Opera House on
March 17 In "Under the Green
T::e popular young comedienine and
dlramtatie star, Florence Davis, now
on -her fift'h annual tour, is announced
for appearanee at the opera house,
Wednesda'y, March 17. in her new ae
quisition and most pronounced suc
cess. "Under the Greenwood Tree,"
'the latest comedy by Henry V. Es
ond, who wrote "When 'We Were
T wenty-one " for Nat Goodwin some
years 'ago. Miss Davis and her ex
ellent compa'ny, including Elliott
De:er, opened their p)resenit season
in "IUder the Greenwood Tree'' in
New Orleans. where 'the critics of all
five daily 'papers were nmost profuse
in etheir praise of -the star, t'.he corn
par:~. -the play and .the production; a
verdict that has since been endorsed
by dramatic reviewers in other cities;
and from all reports. this will be one
of the most enjoyab)le offerings of
th cming month in theatricals here.
(Corrected by Nat Gist.)
Good A1iddling.......... 9 3-8
S riet Aiddling ..........9 1-4
liddling ..9............ 9 1
i CENT A WORD.
No advertisement taken for
less than 25 cents.
DR. MELDErAU'S office hou'rs are ten
to twelve-thirty mornings; three to
six afternoons. Calls over 'phone 96
will receive prompt attention day
or night. 3t
75c JARDANIERS for 43c this week.
The J. L. Bowles Co.,
1316 and 1318 Main St.
HIDES WANTED-J. C. Sample, ol
dispensary stand. t
THE JEWELL STOVES are the bes
cooks quick and saves wood. The J.
L. Bowles Co., 1316 and 1318 Main
IF YOU have any money to invest.
why not let me get you a gilt-edged
first mortgage real estate loan.
J. A. Burton.
STANDARD AND NEW HOME
sewing machines at great bargains.
The J. L. Bowles Co., 1316 and 1318
YOU MIGHT TRY in vain all your
life to save enough to buy a home,
but if you will purehase one on the
insta-lmen-t plant, it will 'not seem
long until you 'have it paid for.
J. A. Burton.
FOR UP-TO-DATE furnitu-re and
house furnishings we will save vou
money. The J. L. Bowles Co.,
1316 and 1318 Main St.
PURCELL & SCOTT will be pleased
to see their old customers and to
'have new one:: in their new and
commodious store rooms in the post
ait Broaddus & Ruff's.
PURCELL & SCOTT are now in
their new and commodious store
-rooms in the post office block, and
are better prepared to serve their
customers than before.
VALENTINES at Broaddus & Euff's.
WE ARE NOW occupying two store
rooms in the post officee building
where we hope to serve all our old
customers and-many new ones. Call
and see us.
Purcell & Scott.
CINCO CIGARS from one to one
thousand at Broaddus & Ruff's.
J. W. WHITE, Newberry 's up-to-.
date and competent plumber guar
antees perfect satisfaction in 'all
work entrusted to him.
JUST IN-A nice !!n'o of ta:blets and
box paper at Broaddus~ & RuEf's.
3. W. WHITE is prepared to give en
tire satisfaction on all plumbing
business that is required to be done
FOR NICE pork ebops and steaks
J. C. Sample. old dispensary stand.
'PHONE 261 FOR FISH AND
FOR RENT-S-room cottage within
one bloei of post office. Apply t
E. N. Austin.
FOR RENT-A nice cottage on Col
legt street near the new court
house. Apply to William John
GALL on J. WV. 'White if you care to
have first class plumbing done.
WANTED-A partner. either aetive
or silent, in a good paying business,
with $1500 to $2,000. W~ill pay 25
per cent and good salary. Address
Business, care Herald and News.
LOST-One Elk watch fob. Reward
if returned to this office.
2t T. E. Wicker.
GET YOUR GLASSES from Dr.
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