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F. M. & E. M , KIMMELL ,
Editors and Publishers.
Official City and County Paper.
THE Frontier News , printed at Stoclc-
ville by L. M. Moores , is probably the
latest journalistic venture some of the
back townships not being heard from.
Br the Omaha Herald we observe that
James Harris of this city is an applicant
for the receivership and post-office. We
are constrained to observe that the num
ber of offices will probably be inadequate
to the demand if every democat in the
community receives two.
THE jurymen that returned a verdict
of "not guilty" in the Short-Phelan case
were probably poltroons. They were
afraid of O'Donavan Rossa's assassins.
The judge could not conceal his con
tempt for them , and summarily relieved
them from any further services in his
court. Journal.
THE London Times not long ago in
one of its trenchant leaders said :
"Drinking baffles us , confounds us ,
shames us , and mocks us at every point.
It outwits alike the teacher , the man of
business , the patriot and the legislator.
Every other institution flounders in
hopeless difficulties ; the public house
holds its triumphant course. " *
THE Democracy has wonderful powers
of reproduction which have been es
pecially noticeable since the ides of
March , or thereabout.
Why a dyed-in-
the-wool bourbon , a few month's since ,
was as scarce as hen's teeth , and now
the woods is full of these "long-haired
and woolly" citizens , and nothing short
of. a land office or postoffice "take" will
satisfy any of them.
_ ONE of the bloodiest tragedies , in the
history of Lincoln was enacted , Mon
day night , in the which two railroad men
met their deaths at each other's hands ,
over a worthless wretch of a woman.
The names are Lew 0. Johnson , hus
band of the woman , a conductor , and
the other Ed. Long , a switchman , with
whom Mrs. Long had become enamored.
_ GENERAL GRANT is putting in his
time bravely in completing his war rem
iniscences. The doctors refuse to extend
his lease of life more than a few months ,
at the farthest , but this neither discour
ages nor dismays the old hero , and he
devotes every day to his work that finds
him strong enough to sit at his desk.
More than 100,000 orders have been
filed for his book without any canvasser
or solicitation. It will take him but a
few weeks more to finish it , and ifc will
without doubt be the most valuable con
tribution to the history of the century.
State Journal.
CORRESPONDENCE.
County-Seat Clatter.
Judge Ashmore says the marriage li
cense market is dull.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Harney are at home
again , after a short visit to Denver.
Sheriff Welborn brought McCook's
two "bunkos" up from the "pen , " last
night.
Several of the farmers living south of
this place are about to effect the organ
ization of a Grange.
. About 100 men and 175 mules are
here on their way south to work on the
railroad over in Kansas.
A slight racket occurred at a recent
meeting of some of the young folks at
the court house , no blood spilled.
A Mr. Nichols of Maine , has bought
several lots in town upon which he in
tends building some tenement houses.
At the last meeting of the City Dads ,
the long-looked-for petitions for liquor
license was presented. It bore the marks
of having had a sharp fight for victory.
In fact it must have felt tired , it bears
the autographs of thirty-one free holders
( so called ) though we are credibly in
formed that a majority of these signers
are more used to holding free drinks
than realty. This petition is signed by
three of the members of the Board , viz :
J. S. Phillips , Henry Baxter and J. H.
Short. I give their names in justice to
the other members of the board. Does
it not seem a little out of the usual or
der for the majority , or even one of a
body , as in this instance , to petition it
self. The three gentlemen are certainly
rather previous.
Indianola , May 12. COUNTY-SEAT.
Box Elder Blossoms.
Rev. J. B. Piper of Harlan county is
now living on , and improving his claim.
'Joseph Stephens is living'on his place
in Frontier county , and breaking prairie.
Rev. Mann preached to a large con
gregation in the church , last Sunday.
' The Superintendent of the Sunday
school was detained at home on account
of ill health , and the school was con
ducted by the assistant superintendent ,
N. J. Chrysler. We are glad to notice 1
that the Sunday school at this place is j i
in a prosperous condition and constantly I
growing in interest and numbers. ' *
May 13 , 1885. SELONN. \
SCHOOL REPORT.
JIu. G. L. LAWS , Director McCook Public
School. DKAU Sin :
I herewith present ray report for the mouth
ending May 8tu , 1885.
No. of persons of school , ago In district. . . . 285
No. of boys enrolled OT
No. of girls enrolled 107
Whole number enrolled 172
No. belonging 103
No. of sittings In building 178
No. of hnlf days attendance 5118
Average attendance 133
No. of visits of patrons , eight. Time lost by
tardiness 134 ! hours.
Thefollowlngpuplls wore neither absent nor
tnrdy during the month :
Chas. Blanding , Earl Lcfcvcr ,
Edith Crane , Fred Pate ,
Laura Ferguson , Eddie Muntz ,
Elva and Annie Hunt , Willie Sovenkcc ,
Ida and Eva Hurd , Willie Snyder.
Myrtle Jacobs , James Crockford ,
Goldie Jtussell , George LaBounty ,
Nora SchalTer , Lou Hunt ,
Eddie Wllcox , Josie Carney ,
Nettie Cooley , dole Starbuck ,
Clarence Ferguson , Maude Murphy ,
Chas. McManigal , Mary Muntz ,
Bert Oswalt , Eliza Olcott.
Archie Mathcs , Mabel llawlings ,
Chas. Chambers , Francis Sevenskec ,
George Hunt , Lorena Evert ,
Mary Jacobs , Katie Starbuck ,
Emily Barraclough , Edith Pholan ,
Sarah Goodonberger , Jessie Sevenkco ,
Libbic Grieve , Jennie LaBounty ,
Claude Arbucklc , Ella Snyder ,
James Hunt , Hey Clark.
Graclc Snnborn , Willie McManigal.
Charles Kldor ,
Absent greatest number of times :
High School department , Lllllo Hess.
Intermediate department , Ella Cnssels.
Primary department , Freddie Howcll.
Tardy greatest number of times :
High Shool , Delia Chinn.
Intermediate , Edith Brlggs.
Primary , Freddie Howell.
The following pupils were entitled to a half
holiday at the close of , the month , having com
plied with the given requirements. Deport
ment , 05 per cent ; standing in studies , 95 per
cent ; and neither absent nor tardy :
Edith Crane , Edna Meserve , Nora Schuffcr.
Agreeable to the action of the Board , we are
grading the school , the aim being to pre
pare students for the second year of the Uni
versity Latin School. The school will consist
of ten grades corresponding to ayear. Astho
school increases , the number of grades will be
increased to twelve , and higher studies added
to the course.
Wo herewith append the different grades :
First , second and third grades are taught by
Miss Jamison. Number of pupils first grade
35 ; average age 5 5 years. Number in second
grade , 18 ; average age , 6J years. Number in
third grade , 23 ; average age 7 years. Fourth
and fifth grades , Miss A. Murphy , teacher.
Number of pupils In fourth grade , average
age , 9 years. Number in fifth grade , average
age , 10 years. Sixth and seventh grades , taught
by Miss Buck. Number in sixth grade , 24 , average -
ago age , llj years. Number in seventh grade ,
13 ; average age. 12Jf years. Eighth and ninth
grades , taught by the principal. Number iu
eighth grade , 5 ; average age , 10 years. Num
ber in ninth grade , 3 ; average age 14 years.
The last named grades , properly belong to the
principal , but as the lower classes are larger ,
a portion of the work in those grades is also
assumed by him.
Our needs at present is a school library and
simple apparatus for illustrating elementary
principles. We call attention to the number of
persons of school age above , and the aceom-
moclutions.for our increasing attendance. Thii
subject should engage your early attention
Mr. Kimmell will please receive our thank
for his courtesy in placing his columns at ou
disposal. W. S. WEBSTER ,
McCook , Mayll , 1885. Principal
ROAD NOTICE.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
The commissioner appointed to locate a roa
commencing at the S. E. corner of the S. W ,
quarter of the N. E. quarter of section 3 , town
'J north of range29 west Gth P. M. , in Red Wil
low county , Nebraska , running thence eas
10.50 chains on the north line of said quartei
section , thence S. 20 o E. to a point on the north
line of section 11 ; thence S. 19 = > E. to a poin
on the north line of the S. W. U of section 11
thence east on said line to the centre conic
of section 11 ; thence south to & section conic
on the north line of section 23 ; thence cast on
this north line 7.25 chains ; thence south 17 ®
east to a point on the nortJi line of section 20 .
thence east on said north line to the N. E. cor
ner of section 20 : thence south on the line o
section 20 to & section corner on said east lim
of section 20 ; thence south 19 o east to a poin'
011 the north line of section 30 ; thence south
13 = > east to a point on the north line of the S ,
W. M of section 30 ; thence south 3 = > west to a
point on the south line of town.3 north , rang
29 west Gth P. M. , terminating thereat , has re
ported in favor of the establishment thereof ,
and all objections thereto or claims for dam
ages must be filed in the county clerk's oilico
on or before noon of the27th day of June , 1883 ,
or said road will be established without refer
ence thereto. C. D. CRAMER ,
49 County Clerk.
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed proposals to furnish Red Willow-
county with bridge lumber will be received
and filled in the county clerk's office untill 13
M. June 2,1885. Lumber to be of the grade of
good common lumber , delivered on side tracks
at McCook and Indianola , Neb. , free of all
charges except contract prices per thousand
feet. Said lumber will be paid for in county
warrants on the bridge fund 1885 Itn-y.
Bids will be opened and considered at 12 M
June 2,1885.
The county commissioners reserve the right
to reject any and bids.
Itemized statement of material to be fur
nished , same amount at eace place :
CO 3x13 24
20 12x13 13
40 6x8 10
10 8x10 13
200 2x13 13
By order of the board of county commiss
loners. 49 C. D. CRAMER , County Clerk.
ROAD NOTICE.
TO AM. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
The commissioner appointed to locate a road
commencing at the N. W. corner ot section G ,
town. 3 , north of range 28 west , in lied Willow
county , Nebraska , running thence south on
range and section line to the S. W. corner of
section 6 , town. 3 , north of range 28 wcst.thenco
west on section lines to the S. W. corner sec
tion 2 , town. 3. north of range 29 west , thence
south on section lines to the S. W. corner of
the N. W. Ji of section 14 , towa. 3 , north of
range 29 west , terminating at the S. W. corner
of the N. W. H of section 14 , town. 3 , north of
range 29 west , has reported in favor of the cs-
tablishmentthereof , and all objections thereto
orclaimsfordumages must be lilcdin the office
of the county clerk on or before noon of the
7th day of July , A. D. 1885 , or said road will be
established without reference thereto.
49 C. D. CHAMER , County Clerk ,
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed proposals to build a county jail for
Bed Willow county cost not to exceed lll'teen
hundred dollars , and to be completed not later
than August 13th , 1883 , to bo paid for in county
warrants on the general fund , will be received
mil llled in the county clerk's office of said
Bounty until 12 31. June 2,1SS5 , at which time
ill bids will be opened and considered.
The county commissioners reserve the right
to reject any and all bids.
By order of the board of county commiss
ioners. 49 C. D. CRAMER , County Clerk.
STBANGE !
TVe do not know of any medicine that has
gained an equal popularity. In such a short
; ime , for the instant relief of coughs and sore-
icss of the lungs , as BEGO'S CHERRY COUGH
SYRUP. It is mild andpleasantto take and will
lot injure the most delicate infant. Sample
jottles free at S.L.Green'sand M.A.Spalding's.
An Answer Wanted-
Can any one bring us a case of Kidney or Liver
Complaint that Electric Bitters will not speedily
: uic ? "U'e say they can not , as thousands of cases
ilready permanently cured end who are dally rccom-
aendluR Electric Bitter ? , will prove. Drlght's DIs-
: a c. Diabetes , Weak Back , or any urinary complaint
aickly cured. They purify the blood , regulate the
lotvels , and act directly on the diseased parts. Every
ottlc guaranteed. For sale at 50 cents a bottle at
letropolitan Drug Store.
An Enterprising , Reliable House.
M. A. Spaldlng can always be relied upon , not on- .
f to carry In stock the best of everything , but to
ccure the .Agency for such articles as have well-
nown merit , and arc popular with the people , thcre-
y sustaining tlie reputation of being always entcr-
rlslng , nnd ever reliable. Having secured the Acen-
y fer the celebrated Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption , will sell It on a positive guarantee. It
rill surely cure any and every affection of Throat ,
, nngs , and Chest , and to show our confidence , we In-
Iteyou to call and get a Trial Bottle Free.
If you want to get the
most goods for your money
go to E. M. BEICKEY & Co.
for Clothing , Gents' Fur
nishing Goods , etc. , where
you will find prices lower
than any place in the coun
try. Bear in mind that here
you willfind an assortment
of all the latest and most
popular goods in market.
Our Clothing surpasses
all in style and make. Our
Fine Suits are continually
being mistaken for Tailor
made goods , so handsome
ly are they made and so
perfect the fit.
We have just received
another large line of Spring
Suits , Pants , Fancy Shirts ,
Summer Goods , Ties , Un
derwear , etc. A fine line
Boys' Hats just received.
Here are the Fine Points
of our goods : Elegant Fit ,
SUPERIOR MAKE , LATEST
STYLE and LOWEST
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I desire to call the public attention to the fact that my
spring stock , purchased in Chicago , in person , of
Dry Goods and Clothing ,
Boots and Shoes , Hats and Caps ,
Gents' Furnishing Goods ,
Notions of all kinds ,
Groceries and Provisions ,
IS NOYf OPEN FOR INSPESTIOB ,
Gome and Inspect While Slock is
C. H. ROGERS ,
McQOOK , - NELBR.ASKA.
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Are fighting on the other side of the "big pond"
WILCOX BROS.
= ARE FIGHTING
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on this , and are receiving Jew Goods daily in >
all ( Departments. Have received ! ;
Two Car Loads of Elour ,
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this week , and while wheat and flour are steadily
advancing , will sell at reasonable rates.
WAR NO WAR.
NOW IS YOTJR TIME TO LAY IN A SUPPLY.
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Have Just Received from Chicago a Large Stock of
Teas Coffee Etc.
, , Syrup , . ,
AND WE CAN GIVE YOU BARGAINS.
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And in the Line of Fine
Boots & Shoes , Hats & Caps ,
HAVE AN ALMOST ENDLESS VARIETY.
New Lawns , Cashmeres , Etc , ,
AVHITE GOODS , ALL-OVER-.EMBIiOlDEKIES ,
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FINK NOTIONS , E.TG.
All Plug Tobaccoes 500. a Ib.
If you wish goods at Low ( Prices buy of us.
WRST DBJSENISON STRRRT.
FINAL PROOF NOTICES.
LAND OFFICE AT MCCOOK , NEB. , :
May Stb , 1885. )
Notice is hereby given that the following-
nnmed settlers have llled notice of their inten
tion to miike final proof in support of their
claims , nnd that said proofs will be mndo be
fore Register or Receiver at McCook , Neb. , on
Friday , June ISith , 18 5 , viz :
Edmund Wyckoff , Homestead Entry 1222 , for
the southeast quarter of section 2 , township 1 ,
north of range 28 west.
Also , Lorenzo D. Hovey , Homestead Entry
2848 , for the southwest quarter of section 3 ,
township 1 , north of range 28 west.
Also , Samuel S. Graham , Homestead Entry
170'J , for the southwest quarter of section 2 ,
township 1 , north of range 28 west.
Also , Nicholas Wyckoff , Homestead Entry
1223 , for the northwest quarter of section U ,
township 1 , north of range 28 west.
And Lucinda Hovey , Homestead Entry 3225 ,
for the northeast quarter of section 11 , town
ship 1 , north of range 28 ivost.
'They name the following witnesses to prove
their continuous residence upon , and cultiva
tion of , said land , viz : Samuel S. Graham ,
S. W. Stilgcbouer , J. C. Lalferty , Moses Weav
er , Nicholas Wyckoff , Edmund Wyckoff , C. H.
Ncwbery and Lorenzo D. Hovey , all of Danbury -
bury , Neb. 50 G. L. LAWS , Register.
LAND OFFICE AT MCCOOK , NEB. , i
May 13th , 1885. |
Notice is hereby given that the following-
named settler has filed notice of her intention
to make final proof in support of her claim ,
and that said proof will be made before the
Kegister or Receiver at McCook , Neb. , on Sat
urday , June 20th , 1SS5 , viz : Ada 1 * . Luck ,
Homestead Entry 2073 , for the northwest quar
ter of section 7 , township 3 , north of range 28
west. She nain s the following witnesses to
prove her continuous residence upon , and cul
tivation of , said land , viM. . H. Drown , W.
F. Simpson , Koyal Buck and Amos R. Buck ,
all of Red Willow , Neb.
50 G. L. LAWS , Register.
LAND OFFICE AT MCCOOK , NEB. , I
May 4th , 1885. f
Notice is hereby given that tie ] following-
named settler has filed notice of her intention
to make final proof in support of her claim ,
and that said proof will be made before Register -
ter or licceivcr at McCook , Neb. , on Saturday ,
June lilth , 188. ) , viz : Agnes E. Wickwirc. wid
ow of Ira G. Wickwire , deceased , Homestead .
No. 29. for the southeast quarter of section 4 ,
township 3 north , range 21) ) west. She names
the following witnesses to prove her continu
ous residence upon , and cultivation of , said
land , viz : Lyinan Miller , JohnModrell , Wal
ter Hickling and William Johnson.
49 G. L. LAWS , Register.
LAND OFFICU AT MCCOOK , NEIL , f
April 30th , 1883. f
Notice is hereby given that the following-
named settler has filed notice ol her intention
to uiaku final proof in support of her claim ,
and that said proof will bo made before Ueg-
ister or lleccivcrat McCook , Neb. , on Friday ,
June 12th , 1885 , viz : Alice Elliott , 1) . . . 1NW ,
for the east southwest Jt of section 11 , town
ship 1 north , range 2i ! went. She names the
following witnesses to prove her continuous
residence upon , and cultivation of , said land ,
viz : Adolph Fullgrabe , John Harris , James
Kilpatrick and Ephraim Green , all of McCook ,
Neb. 49 G. L. LAWS , Kegister.
LAND OFFICE AT McCooic , NEB. , i
April 23th , Iferio. f
Notice is hereby given that the following-
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim ,
nnd that said proof will be made before Kegis
ter or Receiver at McCook , Neb. , on Saturday ,
June Cth , 1885 , viz : James A. Piper , D. S. WT ,
for the northwest quarter of section 3 , town
ship 4 north , range 28 west. He names the
following witnesses to prove his continuous
residence upon , and cultivation of , said land ,
viz : Jacob Long , A. W. Campbell , Win. Doyle
and Stephen Holies , all of Box Elder , Nub.
48 G. L. LAWS , Kegister.
LAND OFFICE AT MCCOOK , NEB. ,
April llth. 18M.
Notice is hereby given that the following-
named settler has llled notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim ,
and that said proof will be made before Regis
ter or Receiver at McCook , Neb. , on Saturday ,
May 23d , 1883 , viz : John Calkins , D. S. 430 , for j
the southeast quarter section 33 , township 2,1
north of range 29 w est. He names the iollow- '
ing witnesses to prove his continuous resiI
deuce upon , and cultivation of , said land , viz : a
Franklin P. Laverick , William F. Thorp. Waiu
lace W. Dunham and Eugene G. Dunham , all a
3f Stoughton , Neb. C
40 G. L. LAWS , Register , c
LAND OFFICE AT MCCOOK , NEB. ,
May ] 2th , Ib83. f
Notice J'H hereby given that the following-
named settler lias filed notice of his intention
to make llnal proof in support of his claim ,
and that said proof will bo made before llcg-
isteror Receiver at McCook , Neb. , on Friday ,
June 19th , 1883 , viz : G. Lloyd Clark. D. S. 240 ,
for the west 'A northwest and west /i south
west > i of section 21 , township 2 north , range
28 west. He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon , and cul
tivation of , said land , viz : Ernest Fuller , S.
A. Kojrers , C. H. Moulton and A. 11. Fuller , all
of Indianola , Neb.
And Jacob SehafTert , senior , who made
Homestead Entry of said land July 8,1884 , No.
8SJ , is hereby summoned to appear at same
time and place and show cause if any exists
why said proof should not be allowed and hia
Homestead Entry 883 should not be cancelled.
50 G. L. LAWS , Register.
LAND OFFICE AT MCCOOK , NEB. , i
May 'Jth. 18S3. f
Notice is hereby given that the following-
named settler has llled notice of his intention
to make llnal proof in support of his claim ,
and that said proof will be made before Regis-
southwest H section 33 , township 0 and south
west and lots 2 and 3 section 2 ,
township 5 north , range 31 west. He names
the following witnesses to prove his continu
ous residence upon , and cultivation of , said
land , viz : William J. McKillip , Robert C. Wal
ker and Daniel McKillip of Thornburg , Neb. ,
and Frank Scveuker , of McCook , Neb.
50 G. L. LAWS , Register.
LAND OFFICE AT MCCOOK , NEIL ,
April 18th , 1885. f
Notice is hereby given that the following-
named settler has llled notice of his intention
to make llnal proof in bupport of his claim ,
and that said proof will be made before Regis
ter or Receiver at McCook , Neb. , on Saturday ,
June Oth. Ifc83 , viz : Wilbur F. Saundere , D. S.
975 , for the east \'t \ southeast & section 19 and
north l i southwest Li of section 20 , township 1
north , range 28 west. He names the following
witnesses to prove his continuous residence
upon , and cultivation of. said land , viz : Jacob
F. Boycr , Abram Hammond , James II. Miller
and John L. Sellers , all of Stoughton , Neb.
47 G. L. LAWS , Register.
LAND OFFICE AT McCooic , NEB. , I
March 3Uth , 1883. f
Notice is hereby given that the following-
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make linal proof in support of his claim ,
and that said proof will be made before Regis
ter or Receiver at McCook , Neb. , on Monday ,
May 18th , ISA" , viUenavill Uooth , Homestead
Entry 4(2. ( , for the east V3 southeast H section
21 , township ] , range 2 ! ( and lots.'Juml 4 section
1 ! > , townbhip I , range 28. Ho names the followIng -
Ing witnesses 10 prove his continuous resi
dence upon , and cultivation of , said land , viz :
Jacob F. Uoyer , Wilbur F. Siiunilcn > . William 0.
Phouklt'y and Stephen C. Hover , all of Stough
ton , Neb. 47 G. L. LAWS , Register.
LEGAL NOTICE.
OFFICE OF THE VILLAGE CLKHK ,
McCooK. NEB. . April : tli , Ifa8. > . f
Notice i hereby jjivi-n that on the 30th day
of April , issr . Allen C. Clyde Hied hid petition
; it this ollice prayinir the Hoard of Trustees of
the Village of McCook , Neb. , to grant him u
license to bell malt , spirituous and vinous li-
luors within the corporate limits of said vil
lage for the enduing municipal year.
4 F. M. KIMMELI , , Village Clerk.
LEGAL NOTICE.
OFFICE OF TUB VILLAGE CLEKK , I ' 1 I
McCooK. NEB. . April With , 18. 3. f
Notice is hereby given that on the 30th day
) t April , lSt3 , Moses Stern Hied his petition at
his oflice praying the Hoard of Trustees of
he Village of McCcok , Neb. , to vrant him a
icense to sell malt , spirituous and vinous li-
luors within the corporate limits of said vil-
age for the ensuing municipal year.
i'J F. M. KiiiiiELL , Village Clerk.
TIEED. .
That tired , languid feeling , with loss of itm-
lition and strength is caused by impure liloud
nd poor circulation. Hegg's Hlood Purifier
nd Blood Maker will clcant-c the blood , create
new supply and restore health and vigor.
ine hundred doses for one dollar and warrant *
d by S. L. Green and M. A. Spaldiug- .

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