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Daily Capital Journal
BY HOFttH EHolHUKS
TUESDAY, LOV. 10, 1696.
TIMES WILL BE BETTER.
The Journal is not a pessimist.
It believes times will be better. It
stands the victorious administration
and een the Cleveland administra
tion in hand to make times better.
The honest dollar people who talk
so loud about maintaining the honor
and integrity of the country nave
had their way. The dollar will not
be debased, as they call it. It can
now bo put out. Its quality is unim
paired. It ought now to circulate
freely and we hope and believe it. will.
"Wo believe improvements will now
be made. Labor will be employed.
Prosperity will be increased. That is
sincerely the desire of the people who
voted for MoKlnley. They are honest
in this and we believe will realise
their hopes in partly realizing bettor
times right away or at least within a
THE INDIAN VOTE.
A , correspondent at McMinnville
writes as follews:
"Arc the Indians on the reserva
tions citizens? If the statute which
1 have set out above Is the only act
bearing -on Indian citizenship, they
are not citizens, because they cannot
be citizens under this act unless they
reside separate and apart from any
tribe, and adopt the habits of civilized
life. The Indians in Yamhill and
Polk counties reside on the reserva
tion and are under the charge of an
Indian agent. It is not according to
the habits of civilized life to be in
charge of an agent, appointed by the
United States government. These
Indians are still "wards of the na
tion," under a sort of guardianship.
Civilized people do not so live. It
seems to me that these red men are
not cltizens,and have no right to vote.
There may be 6ome other statute
bearingon this question which 1 have
notiexamincd. If there is, I should
like to have the Oregonian publish it.
If they have no right to vote, they
should be compelled to refrain from
so doing In the future, and if it is
illegal to sell or give -them intoxicat
ing liquors, the disgraceful practice
which has gone on unpunished for
some time should be brought to a
hasty conclusion. I call attention to
the foregoing to draw'out a discussion
of these questions, hoping that sell
ing liquors to these half-civilized peo
ple and voting them may be stopped."
This matter will probably be fully
Investigated in the congressional
election contest between "W. S. -Van-derburg
and Thos. Tongue. Tongne's
title rests almostientlrely on the In
dian yote. If the reservation Indian
cannot vote Mr. Tongue is too honest
a man to even attempt to hold Mr.
A PENNY PAPER.
Judge Cooley, in his "Blackstono's
Commentaries." says: Tho establish
ment of penny newspapers for 'the
cheap and rapid diffusion of import
ant news has contributed more to the
Bpread of intelligence among the peo
ple and to Increase the general educa
tion of the masses of the people than
any ono other cause." The Journal
was the first penny paper established
on the Pacific coast, and its circula
tion in this campaign has nearly
The Journal is proud of its labors
In uniting the people of this state.
Thercihas never been In Oregon an
organization of the people capable of
checking tho aggressions of the mer
cenary politicians who have preyed
upon every department of this state.
These men hayo overridden the con
stitution, enacted tho most vicious
laws, practiced the most shameless
politics from primaries to election of
senators, and tho pcoplo have paid
tho bill In high taxes. Circulate The
One Cent Daily.
The Whole Story
Of tho great cures accomplished by
Ilood's UarsapuilUa is quickly told.
It purities and enriches tho blood
tones tho stomach and gives strength
aud vigor. Disease cannot enter tho
system fortified by tho rich, red blood
which comes by taking Ilood's Sarsa
parllla. Ilood's Pills cure nausea, sick head
ache, indigestion, biliousness. All
i f- 9 -,
A member of the Bryan campaign
committee In Lane county writes
The journal as follews:
"The smoke of the great battle is
now clearing away and while the sil
ver forces of Lane county feel keenly
the sting of defeat, they are by no
means conquered. Tliny shout arid
cheer the great leader W. J. Bryan, as
lustily today as they did in the thick
est of the tight, and declare mm
greater In defeat than ever before. I
drop you this line to thank you from
the bottom of my heart for the gal
lant fight you have made in tills cam
paign for the principles which are
right and will in the end prevail.
I also congratulate you on receiving
the highest vote on our ticket in tills
The Bepublican managers are very
sore over their defeat in tills county
and we are very proud of the local
victory. We made a great fight
against heavy odds and aid as well or
better than any county in the state
considering all circumstances."
The Lane county Btyan workers
have any reasons to be proud. They
had not only a powerful organization
against them, but they had to come In
c intict with treacherous elements in
their one ranks. Republicans and
Democrats of prominence have been
parading themselves as silver men be
fore the peoplejof Lane county until
the people were confused and did not
know who to believe. These nre
tended silver men have now all taken
their places in the gold party and cat.
no longer mlsslead anyone as to where
Bo far as the editor of The Journal
is concerned, he is grateful to his
.friends in Lane and every county.
ne makes no pretentions to popularity
or superiority in political morality to
the rest of mankind. lie wants no
more honest dollars than any other
fairly honest man. A dollar he can
support his family with is good
-EDITED 11Y A FARMKR,-
WHAT WE WANT.
We arc modest. A Salem man is al
Salem wants a creamery, a flaxtnill
and a beet sugar factory.
We surely have the soil, the water,
the climate and the people to make
these three things go.
After we get through our political
celebrations we are going to work to
get these three things.
We are going to lay aside our
modesty, if necessary, In order to succeed.
From a letter written-, by Rev. J, Guilder
imn, of Dimondale, Mich., we are permitted
to make this extract: "I have no hesitation
na recomending Dr. King's new discovery, as
the results were almost marvelous in the case
of my wife. While I was pastor of the Bap.
list Church at Rives Junction she was brought
down with Pneumonia succeding La Grippe,
Terrible paroxysms of coughing would last
hours with little mteruption and it seemed as
if she could not surviye them. A friend reco.
mended Dr. King's New discovery; it was
quick in its work and highly satisfactory in
result." Trial bottles free at tied A. Lcgg's
Drug Store. Regular size So cents, and $i.oo
Let The Whole World
Know The Good
Dr.Jftiles' Heart Cure Does
Wit, v M IW'.rzMss?
vs..v. i an s ( i ;; tej
W t I ' ' J&itSit.
"saevvv (( sK z&s
WH.VRT rifiJ..Y!jr. )ns li v! Urn tit a
illsadkMitvjH. Alwiv t-ui'.'iit tuat
ho rt ril .i .. Uilm-M.il.lo when the
symptoms bii'onu w tl d fiu ii, tba patient
boeoniru nhimipd .mil .1 l.umhis panic talccs
place I.ut v. '.Hi . i xt. r.nifJy Is found
nmlivcii.'MCfix't.'d a'o' voir of ctitTorlngi
there 1 i'tfjt rt 'il.-ii it and floalro to "lot
tho wb.ilo Vinl t Uiio.n " Mr. Laura Wlno
ln;;or, C'f Hoi:,.i'.., I'aiu.it, villus; "I Uuslre
to lut tho lu.L vvu. M !;usw Jut Dr. Miles'
TY lYUlf' H 6-t Cure bus dono for
Ul, i'iliw JJ(J !,; ton yeara I had
Heart ClirC P-imniuy heart, short-
, iioob of breath, pajplta-
ICeStOreS lion, pain in my leftside,
WpoHIi opprowml faollns In my
nCtlllll.,t olioet, "mciI: and hungry
spoils, bad dreams cauld not Ho on oilier
stdo, was tiiimbu'idsugurcd terribly, I took
Dr. Miles' Iloart CurQ andjbeforo J finished
tho uecojid be? t tip I folt Its gooil effects, 1 foci
now that lam-fully recovered, and that Dr.
Miles' Hoaturo'ja'j'ud my life."
"Dr, MlleS'uleart Curoils sold on guarantee
that first bottlo benefits, or money rofuudod.
HOW TO HELP THE FARMER.
That is the question. McKltilcy
says open up more factories. Make
more' manufactured goods to sell.
Carnegie builds two new blast furn
aces. That w ill employ more laborers
In Pittsburg. He will build more
railroads. That means more millions
of bonds and stocks sold in Europe
and more millionaires in America.
How help the farmer? A Salem
gold paper says, watch silver go down
to CO cents an ounce and lower. Will
that help the farmer, when the gold
countries of Europe buy that cheap
silver to buy cheap products in silver
standard countries that our farmers
have to compete with In the open
market? We shall see.
If Europe should-have shortcropsor
Asia have a famine, by tho suffering
of millions we could get better prices
as a result, litit tnat is purcnasing
prosperity at an awful sacrilicc and
cannot be relied upon to help our
The Hop Outlook.
The shortage in this year's hop crop
has been inOre than has been antici
pated by even the dealers who are sup
posed to keep posted on the hop har
vest. As a consequence hops have
taken a decided raise in price with ev
ery prospect that there will be no
dropping back to ruinously low rate of
two months ago. The small quantity
harvested is only partially responsible
for the raise in price, the leading fac
tor boing the superior quality of this
year's crop over that of the past two
years. There is enough of old hop1? on
hand to last the brewers for another
year. Heretofore the growers could
poll anything they baled, with the re
sult thut much of the hops put on the
market was carelessly picked and not
always dried and cured as they should
have been. At the beginning of the
hop harvest this year tho extreme low
price of hops made it apparent that
only first class hops could be sold that
tho greatest care should be exercised
to secure a clean and well cured article.
This care with the greater experience
that they have attained has made the
crop of '00 one of the best ever put on
the market. As a result of the fine
article offered the brewers are buying
the new crop in preference to the old.
The lesson that this year teaches our
hop raisers, is that there money in the
business and only send out a strictly
first class article. The indications are
that the price will be at a paying rate
next year. After giving their yards
the necessary cultivation the growers
who have realized the best prices tills
year are the ones who had an expert
inspector precede the pickers each day
through the yard and break down ev
ery vine that showed Indications of
mould or was inferior in any way, so
as to preclude the possibility of the
pickers from getting the poor hops,
which they so often do by reason of
their lackof experience in judging the
quallty,or haste in filling their boxes.
A rlxid yard inspection makes it im
possible for the sale of the crop to be
Injured by a few mouldy or half-ripe
hops that the pickers may have gath
ered and with the proper skill in cur
ing, our hop men can build up a repu
tation for Oregon hops that will give
them a paying market for each year's
Settrng Strawberries in Autumn.
This is u question that has caused
considerable .agitation for the past
five years among the leading growers.
Last spring I planted about one aero
in the middle of June. As soon as
planted I gave them .a good cultivat
ing, and they proceeded right to grow
ing and by continuous cultivating I
have brought a foliage on them that
Is equal to those of my neighbor who
planted last fail. I prefer fall plant
ing to spring planting, providing the
seasons will permit. This has been
an uncommonly dry fall and conse
quently the plants have had a very
poor chance to root. With a few oc
casional showers la September it is
decidedly the best month to plant for
the following-reason: By planting In
tho fall tho plants have about four to
six months to root and make prepara
tions for an early start in tho spring,
as good weather approaches, while on
the other haud if tho plants were
planted in the spring, they would
have to make their start in tho spring
whou they should, by good manage
ment, bo already started and fairly
rooted and ready to put forth crown
for noxt year's crops Immediately as
Fuud E, Anderson.
Tit fto- J
A little plastering Is good grit for
Sow some rye for early spring feed
for your Iambi.
A sheep in proper condition will
never shed Its own wool.
lie sure that in your herd each and
every cow supports herself,
If you arc going to sow vetches now
is the time; tho sooner the better.
Ventilate your orchard soil thor
oughly, by giving it thorough drain
age. A dark and dingy stable Is too often
the cause -of sickness to your stock.
In the plney woods of Georgia a
sheen only costs 15 cents a year to
Dispose of your old sheep early, es
pecially when their teeth become -Impaired.
The full valuo of the wheat bran
Is nearly all returned to the soil in
Lime, kerosene and carbolic acid are
the three saving graces of the poultry
Cull out all undesirable birds this
month. It does not pay to carry such
Into the winter.
Sour fruit is best kept away from
poultry; also tomatoes arc said to dis
courage egg laying.
The number of horses butchered for
food In Paris has increased from 10,
000 in 1878 co 30,000'in 1893.
It is cheaper to conserve the animal
heat with boards than to make good
its rapid loss with more feed.
Churning at too high temperature,
or too long, will produce greasy butter
In which the grain is injured.
It will require seven pounds of
skimmed milk to equal one pound of
lean beef for flesh forming qualities. J
The county fair of Whitman county,
Washington, paid this year 144 pre
miums on fruit amounting to over
The number of iuilch cows in Ore
gon, Washington and Idaho, has in
creased whereas they have decreased
in every other state.
The growth of the dairy industry
in California is showu by the fact
that cows in that -state increased 07.
000 in the last six years.
Experiment a little with a small
plat of flax for fibre. These long wet
winter days would be a fine time to
work it up.
Put your poultry flock on a cash
basis, as soon as possible. Dispose of
all surplus cockrils and off hens. Stop
the leak in the feed bin.
One lulo in pruning should bo to
thin out every year all the old ex
hausted wood, all weak, young shoots
and all that cannot reach full light.
The farmers, of Tillamook, have or
ganized a brancli of the Oregon State
Dairy Association, to be known as the
Tillamook Branch of the State Asso
ciation. Sixteen good cows to one poor one.
The reverse, sixteen poor cows to one
good one, is what too often makes the
dairy farmer ready to listen to the
The larger the summer and fall
growth or strawberry plants the
larger the crop of fruit. To secure
this through cultivation and liberal
manuring will be found necessary.
About 10,000,000 cattle are now to
bo found in the Argentine Republic.
They are all descendents of eight
cows and one bull, which were taken
to Brazil in the middle of the six
A commercial jell factory should be
located somewhere in the Willamette
valley, whereby some of the cheap
compounds, sold as fruit jell, which
are shipped In from the East, could be
Have some choice poultry to turn
off just after Thanksgiving. The
market Is not so liable to be glutted.
Get your layers in shape, as eges are
..(!.. . .-. .. Ill 1... .!.. I
KuuuuiK Bcuitur uuu you win uo icauy
to reap tho high price.
The largest sheep owner in the
world is said to be S. McCaughey, of
the Coonong Station, at Jeri derie,
New South Wales. He has 3,000,000
acres of land and last season he shore
Tho Oregon State Poultry Associa
tion has decided to hold its next an
nual exhibition tho first week of Jan
uary, commencing Jauuary 4,1805,and
continuing five days. W. W. Brown
ing, or Ogden, Utah, has been en
gaged as judge.
Tho effort made by tho Oregon As
sociation of Nurserymen to make tho
prices of trees uniform seems to haye
failed, owing to the lack of support
by tho nurserymen who signed the
Warmth, light, chopped food, bono
meal, pure water, a "varied diet, in
cluding green stuff and parched grain
cannotfall to make an 'ordinary hen
not'over two or three yoars old lay
how to accomplish the most work with the
least labor, time aud money, has been solved.
makes a woman's work light sets her
mind at rest keeps her .purse closed.
Get it before you forget Sold every
where. Made only by
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY,
St. Louis, Chicago, New York, Boston, Philadelphia, San Francisco.
reasonable well during the winter
Checsemakers of United States have
a good chance now to regain the con
fidence of tho British cheese con
sumers. Cheese is short in England,
and there is likely to be good demand
for our product if it can beguarantced
as possessing good quality.
Beware of this fraud, it is called
"collerlne." It Is a compound for the
preservation of milk. It has been
pronounced a fraud and Injurious to
the health, by the experiment station
at Cornell University, of New York.
Thenuotto of every farmer should
be: To raise everything he has to eat
that it Is possible, and what you have
to buy, pay the cash for and never sell
anything only for cash. Do away as
much as possible with the barter and
trade business, and educate the mer
chant to pay cash, by buying for
cash. Get on a casli basis. When
hard times press the li'rnie-, lie
can live almost entirely upon tho
products of the farm. By living
nearly entirely on the products 1 1
your own labor, along with frugal
habits, and the present upward tend
ency of the markets, there is reason
to believe that the fanner will have a
better show now to get out of debt.
Dealer in groceries, oaints, oils,
window glass, varnishes, and
the most complete stock of
brushes of all kinds in the
state. Artists' materials, lime,
hair, cement and shingles, and
finest quality of ;rass seeds,
TO RENT. A large, roorty barn. Enquire
at this olhce, tf
GET YOUR FEATHERS CLEANED.r
We the undersigned are now renovating
feathers at 186 Ferry street, for the next "io
days. AH ladies that consider cleanliness
next to Godliness should have their feather
beds throughly rencnatecl at once. Bedrock
prices. Respectfully yours, Franklin &
Glaze. io 12 im
FOR REN V A. II room house, in good re
pair with barn and jjood well water. With
one and a half lots. Enquire at premises on
IQtli and Chemcketa. io 6 im
CARPET PAPER Large lot of Heavy
brown wrapping paper for sale cheap. Jus
the thing for putting under carpets. Call a
LOST A brown purse containing two nnj;s
and some postage stamps For reward call
at 105 Commercial street. 10-30 31
LADIES, I make bic wanes at home.
want all to have the same opportunity
work is very pleasant and will easily pay $18
weekly. 1 his ts no deception. I want no
monev and will cladlv send full naviculars to
all sending stamp. MissM A Stebbins, Law-
rence. Mich- 26 611
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE.
160 acre fine nrairie fatm np.nr Tnnr.fir.n
City, So acres in cultivation, price $2,000.
81 50 100 Lcres, 8 miles scuih of Dallas, 40
acres in cultivation, a bargain $1,000.
So acres near Waterloo, 25 acres in cultiva-
I60 acres near Waterloo, 40 acres in cuhi
200 acres naar Waterloo, 25 acres in culti
vation, 1 1, Soo,
20 acres, 6 miles south of Salemcheap.
13 acres, 3 miles south of Salem cheap.
10 acres, 3 miles south of Salem vclieap,
10 acres,4 miles southwest of Sakrn -I250.
Good houses te trade for ranches or small
ranchhs to trade for Iaige tract--, houses to
rent, etc If )ou have houses to rent or want
to rent a houe, or have cow or wood or any
thing to sell or trade, or want any notarial
work done, pension papers made on rail on
R. R. RYAN,
Notary public and real estnte agent.over post-
W L2 4 SMJESiKE P.ec:
Denials in all kinrlt: nf frs-in,' !, ,-.
Lard in bulk, 6c a Jk Clicapt rural in ths
town, Irvtliem. i;i CummKual .
C. H. MACK
- DENTIST. -
Successor to Dr. J. M. Keene, old White
Corner, Salem, Or. Parties desiring superior
operations at moderate fees in any branch are
in especial request.
Meets all masl and passenger trains. Dag
gage andjixprcss to all parts of the city.
I'rompt sci vice. Telephone No. 70.
Salem Truck and Dray Co.
Orders placed with the above company will
receive prompt attention and safe delivery.
Trucks and dtavs found on the corners of
State and Commercial streets. Express wng.
oris at all trains and boats. In connection
with our business wc will also run a feed
store Handling flour, mill feed, oil meal,
oats, chopped feed, straw, hay and wood at
the lowest cash prices.
Phone 86. SAVAGE & CO.
G. A. Buck, proprietor, 327 Com
mercial street. Fresh pies, cakes and
bread always on hand, "Just like your
mother umhI to make."
SALEM WATER CO,
Office: Willamette Hotel Buildin
For water service apply at office. Bill
payable monthly in advance. Make Ja
complaints at the office.
There will be no deduction in water rate
on account of temporary absence from the
city unless notico is left at the office.
Ilereafter water for irrigation will only be
furnished to regular consumers using watei
for domestic purpose. Contractors' for side
walks, brick work and plastering will please
read "under building purposes" page 17 of
schedule of rates for 1893. Apply at
Please noticejthc cut in prices
on the following
Shirts, plain 10 cents
Under drawers 5 to 10 cents
Under shirts 5 to 10 cents
Socks, per pair 3 cents
Handkerchiefs I cent
Silk handkerchiefs, 3 cents
Sheets and pillow slips 24 cents per dozen,
and other work in proportion.
Flannels andjjothcr work inj
teiligcntly washed by hand,
Col. J. Olmsted Prop,
MONEY TO LOAN I
On city or farm property.
Over Hiuh's Hank,
T. K. -FORD
I. I-I. HAAS,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
Makes a spialty of fine repair work, Seth
Thomas clocks, etc., 215 Commercial Street
C. H. LANE,
t i n j 1 ii
211 Cjimnercial St., Salem Or
JSuits. Si 5 upwards. Pants $ upwands'3
tlary JJLOOO 1'OISON permanently
cured In 15 to 35 days. You can to treated st
borne for same prlco under eamo Ruaraa
t v. If tou Drof pr to coma hero we wlllcon
noeharge.lt wo fall to euro. If you have taken mer
cury, foilldo potash, and still havo aches and
pains, Mucous Vntchea in moutli, Soro Throat,
jt'ltnplea. Copper Colored Spots, Ulcers on
any part of tho body, linlr or Eyebrows falling
out, it Is this Secondary llLoOO POISON
we puarantco to cure. We solicit tho most objtl
nate cases and cliallonco tho world for a
caso wo cannot cure. Tbla dlseaso has always
baffled the skill of tho most eminent physl
dans. S50 O.OOO capital behind our uncoadl.
tlonal guaranty. Absolute proofs cent sealed ion
application, aoutcbo uui . jnnicr, w
T0 1HK tAST
TW) TransconHncni I
eastern cities. ' L"r- U .iu, !
baggage checked throth to A 4"
charge for baggage transfers. cL?r'",4
road or river route to Portland Uwcet,fl1-
roi full details call on Bo'is. fc u ,
agents, Salam, Oregon, o?add.l'V-''
For full d,lftJSJj-..V
Foot of Trade st
G, M. POWERS,
Union Pacific Syjr
I hrough Pullman Palace Sfeeperi. 1 m."
Sleepers and Free; Reclining Chi- .j
Portland to Chim-,
Our trains are heated by stem 1:1 1
lighted by Pintsch li;;ht.
rime to Chicago, j 1 i Jays
Time to New York, 4 1-2 days.
Which is many hours quicker than coin.
For rates, time tables and fulljinlormatloa
BOISE & BARKER,
Agents, Salem, Oi,
R.W BAXTER, C. E. BROWN,
General Agent j Dist.Pass.igent
135 Third Street. Portland.
&07 Mosonio Templet
tffr n m a nnn.nntlnnniM
remedy for Gonorrhoea,
W1.I.A. .... iii.nl Hla.
I 1. UllVD, MUM... ... M.v-
chargea, or any Inflamma
tion, irritation ur nlcera-
efrtTenu common, tlon or mucous mem-,
InuEvINSChEMICIICo. brancn. Non-aatrlngeut,
1 naaaul Knlil br ItrocrsrlltS.
aUKCIKUII,U.jSaS-SK -,' , , ". '
or pern iu piaiu "T"
Circular soot on reaueat-
$100 worth for 10c.
The C709.lT PrnnhnncQ
tMi; W&Hl1' LP f kln U inv-v.
rlably obtained by those who use Pozzoni'h
fiwAimi . unutr
A&sr Guinea B
3Ttty in i weaij.
uum not w iirmare.
aftk V.B.X. jm
Bead 10 Mb for ItltnU.UJ Uel UUlnf to
la urt a rail LIUlUBt Injoar laclltj
vllhoot oost to tb lownbcrl. Oelttqilck!!
C1TIZKNB' I.IHKAUY "'.'.,
Pullman Sleeping Cars.
Elegant Dinin Cars!
To St. Paul, Minneapolis, U-luifl, ruty
'Irand Forks, Crookston, Winnipeg
Helena and Uutte.
To Chicago, Washington, 1'hlIacklpWa, m
York, Boston, and all Pow.
East owl South
For information, time cards, maps u
tickets, call on or writs
THOMAS, WAT rt&COi
26sLCommercial srreet, .Salem, ur.
A. D. Charlton, Asst. Oen-Uftw. Art, Jl
Morrison St.. cornerWlI; l
Eastern tf, H Company
n.i.o.nru hFAKALLON . .
Sails from Yamuna every 8 . Uji
Francisco V. 'orl "r'1r,,
and Ilumlvili ly. . unsurpassed.
Shorte.t route between the Wiuame
and California. , . wedtoSa
For.- from Albanyor P . "
The most popular seaside
North Pacific Coast. N u
bathing absolutely sare. . ting ud
For W wbhing ?SJ,irt1
fishing with .qoMic sport', ' brook troat
equal Deer, bear, e k. cw tbanJlB3e
,.J,l !mon trout can b; l0?n,a.7,
M. P. BALDWIN, Lo A-enuT
for purity, and for improvement ot tho com
plexion nothing equals Pozzoki's Powdbb.
. " uun ValU0
An"-i , nd betntu"..
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