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TATIONS. Ellis was the nominee of the Portland
riutf. He was not the choioe of a major
ity of the delegates of Eastern Oregon
and oonhl not have scoured the nomina
tion had it not been for the Portland del
egation. That vote nominated him and
if he is elected, ue win uo iuoir iuui u
congress. Vo the people of Eastern Ore
gon propose to elect suoh a man over one
who has spent the best pBrt of his life in
their interest and always championed
their cause'!1 Ellis would be a mere fig
ure head in congress and an appendage
to the monopoly delegation which now
represents Oregon at Washington. Sen
ator Hlater would be there in the interest
of the people and for the people and in
harmony with the majority. The pros
perity of that section demands the eleo
tion of Senator Slater at this time. It
will be the means of deliverance from
corporation control of that great section
of our state. Portland Dispatch.
When a newspaper can present Brgn
nient for its side of the oase, when it can
work conscientiously on principle for its
candidates, well and good. But when
this formidable, and usually valuable ex
ponent, of the rights of a free people re
Borts to misrepresentations plain, un
varnished, unadulterated lying, it is time
to say "suthiu'."
Everyone who attended the convention
at Portland kuows that Ellis was the
choice of Eastern Oregon and that he re
oeived only a small part of the vote of
Portland's delegation. The Gazette was
represented there on that occasion and
oau give facts and figures that areundis
putalile. Every voter of the seoond dis
triot also knows that Ellis is a poor man
with a good record. That he is in no
way connected with corporations or their
interests. But if God Almighty in per
son should take a notion to drop down
into earthly matters and take a little
hand in politics, there would be some
dirty, blatant, blear-eyed scavenger to
jump up at the opportune moment with
his lying campaign thunder.
The Gazette talks plain so that it may
not be misunderstood, and in oounection
with this congressional matter will ask
what did Slater ever do while he was in
oongiess to wurrant sending him baok?
lias anyone yet figured out how muoh
Mr. Sinter was benefitted by the notori
ous "salary grub," or if he ever returned
his portion of it, according to the Btaud
ard set, up by his party at that date?
Does Eastern Oregon deem it best to send
to congress a ohildish old man, whom
they know to be opposed to their best in
terests? Does anyone pretend to say
that his record as a lawyer and a citizen
is any better than that of W. K. Ellis?
Jt is prolly dillicult to "pull the wool'
over the eyes of our people nil the time,
even by suoh auj "influential" paper as
the organ of Portland's city government.
It's legal notieos are all right but it will
have to tell tho truth occasionally iu its
editorials to command the respeot of on
people. It's a sad state of afiuirs when
n paper muHt wear a "collar;" when it
has not tho courago and liborty to tise
above partisanship in the defense of (he
right, but must "take its medicine"
oalmly and patiently, ns dosed out to it,
eveu though misrepresentations mast be
indulged iu to do so.
NUT A aOUD SKIN.
A telegram from La Grando to the Or
egonian of tho 17th iust., says: The
democratic campaign was to have been
opened in this oily today by a speech by
G. W. Boll, of Washington, who was ex
tensively advertised us an eloquent ex
pounder of democratic doctrine. Not
withstanding the efforts made to get out
a crowd, so few appeared that the gen
tleman refused to deliver his address.
As this is the homo of ex-Senator Sla
ter, it does not bIiow up very well. But
then the liberal-minded people will take
into consideration that lack of interest
may or may not have beeu the cause of
bringing together so sinuM a number.
But there is ouo thing sure, w hen Capt.
Bell speaks at lleppuer, Ellis' home, he
will have a good orowd to hear him,
which will bo oomposed of members from
all political parties.
However, the La Grande inoident is
significant, and has n tendency iu the
minds of the people, to oouvince them
that Slater in not n very popular mail,
and not (be one a majority will vote for,
else they would be taking more interest
in his campaign.
.Hut the Gazette does not bank much
on political claptrap and campaign thun
der. Tho manufacturer of mountains
out of mole hills usually docB more harm
Tint demooratio candidate for member
of the stale board of equalization, 7th
district, is Hon. Win. Hughes, of Hopp
ner. Mr. Hughes has all the necessary
qualifications for the position or which
lie has been nominated. He is a man of
shrewd business instincts, his judgment
in all matters pertaining to the valuation
of properly is sound, bis experience iu
business atlaire oovers a long period and
peculiarly fits him for the duties of the
ollieo. We have had the privilege of a
personal acquaintance with Mr. Hughes
for nearly five years, and we oan honest ly
recommend him to the democratic and
republican voters of this district lis a man
who bus the public welfare nt heart aud
w ho, if elected, will bring to the ollieo
tact, firmness and a determination to do
justice to all classes, irrespective of their
circiiiiistanoes or politics. Moro Observ
er. Tin: seventh judicial district nominat
ed Ellis, When we say )ioHiiimf('(f it is
meant thut the influence of that district
brought about bis nomination. Portland
did not give him, even iu the final and
only ballot cast by that delegation, any
thing like their whole number of votes,
and tbeso he would not have received
had it not been shown conclusively that
he was the choice of Eastern Oregon, the
home of the farmer who raises hay and
grain, the sheepman with his unit tn and
wool and hundreds of other industries.
They wanted a man free from corpora
tion taiut, and he was found iu the per
son of W. K. Ellis. I
Use Dr. Price's Cream
IF YOU WISH TO AVOID THE TWIN DRUGS,
Dr. II. Endcmann, for twelve years chemist of the
New York Board of Health, in his paper read before the
American Chemical Society at Washington, in October,
1891, states that an ammonia baking powder acts on the
gluten of the flour, altering its chemical properties, and
cites numerous high authorities to prove its injurious
effect on the stomach and kidneys.
Licbig the great chemist says: "The use of alum in
bread is very injurious, and it is very apt to disorder
the stomach and occasion acidity and dyspepsia."
The following powders arc known to contain either
ammonia or alum or both: Royal, Chicago Yeast, Calumet,
Bon Bon, Taylor s One Spoon, Unrivaled, Forest City, Snow Ball,
IihECTHICITY AS A KKMKDY.
Astonishing Kexults Acliievod by Its Applica
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From the OrcKoniim.
TO THE EDITOR from an injury
received in my boy's ear some time ago,
be became deaf and had a disagreeable
discharge, with great pain night and
day. Through Dr. Damn's Eleotrioal
and Medical skill he is cured muoh to
my joy. I reBide at 214 (new) Eleventh
MBS. T. B. HATFIELD.
Mr. A. Fool, of Eagle Point, Oregon,
writes to Dr. Darriu, as follows: "I
think it time to inform you of my safe
arrival home, and my speedy recovery
of heart trouble and liver complaint. If
I continue at this rate, will Boon be my
former self again. A. FOOL.
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ing in mental and physical destruction
enrly deoay and loss of life's pleasures.
Special attention giyen to Throat Lung,
Eye and Ear, Blood, Frivate, Nervous
diseases, Catarrh and denfneBS and all
curable Chronic and Special diseases.
Office 70J Washington street, Portland.
Hours, 10 to 5: Evenings, 7 to 8: Sunday,
10 to 12. Consultation free and confi
dential. Question blanks and ciroulars
Guido lost a Bix furlong race at St.
Louis on the 17th. Time 1 :17 , Buby
It has been remarked that Morrow
oounty never had a more quiet campaign
than the present one, whiob is quite true.
It is said that counterfeit gold iu the
sums of $5, $10 and $-0 is in circulation
iu Hoppner. Better examine the "yellow
boys" before taking them.
An an too rat as judgo will bo tho same
if elected attorney-general. If you value
your liberties as guaranteed in the con
stitution, vote against L. It. Webster.
Tub advertising columns of a newspa
per prove what sort of a town it is
whether it is pushing, enterprising, full
of big-souled peoplo, or justthoopposite.
The peoplo of Portland are quite proud
of the visit of tho two war ships, Haiti-
more and Charleston, to their oity with
in the past week. There are few rivers
in the world that will lloat such large
vessels bo far inland.
The Gazette advocates that which is
to our best interests. No paper can do
it that wears a collar. Good men with
good principles should be ohoBon to ollioe.
We must judgo the future by the past;
there 'ib no othor standard.
Vomits, do you want the autocratic
hand of Judge Webster at the helm of
the attorney generalship for the next
four years? We think not. Mr. Web
ster believes iu throttling the press, the
hope of a free people iu u free laud. Or
egou will foster no imitation of Knssiau
It is said that Judge Webster is so un
popular in Jackson oountv, where he
has lived for years aud iB woll known,
that ho w ill bo beaten 1000 votes iu that
county alone. Mr. Chamberlain is
known all over the state, is populer with
everybody and is reooguized ns ouo of
the brightest attorneys in Oregon. He
has filled the ollieo of attorney-general
since it was instituted, and the manner
in wl'ioh he has performed his duties
proves that Governor Peuuoyer appoint
ed the right man for the position. E. O.
Thhiik will he auother brisk shower of
old chestnuts fired at Hermann during
the coming campaign, Every old swamp
land swiper, every onion-eyed, red-nosed
and howling old political sorehead in his
congressional district will tell aguiu and
again what Hermaun didn't do, and prom
ised to do, aud might, could, would or
should havo done. And yet Hermann,
tho people's champion, will be re-elected
by an overwhelming majority. He will
also Bit above them like a Domocritus,
turning harmless jokes on the follies aud
sorrows, the feeblo struggles aud the
evanesceut chestnuts of the simple old
soreheads. Such is political lifel Now
we represent theaesthetio and more beau
tiful spirit of politics and talk decently
about decent folks, aud aguiu, we stand
not with the angels, but with the apple
woman, and fire unclean missiles through
the umbieut air. The Dalles Chronicle.
ANOTHER MAN GONE WRONG (?).
It ain't for lne to say how you sliull rim your
paper. You may think a subscriber has not
much to say about what you will print. Of late
your paper has been Imping up the nliiincu to
beat all. We think it high time to set you right
and then if you presist in doinj; contrary to
what folks want, it will call for more talk.
Homo correspondent sinin himself T. K. It.
Ketsiuhia aw'Kcr pretty often, and is trying to
mislead the people to thinking that the aliance
is going to take every trick. Now where does
the knowing critter get so many facts? A can
vas of the precinck Bbows direct the other way
from what he or she talks. This precink iias
about l:w votes. At least sixty-live of them are
solid democrats, fifty are republican and the
balance is aliance. Any school boy can figer
out their majority without much fuss.
The aliance has been trapsin through the
country with a side show or musum and if you
could sec the song and dance men JIadlcy &
Lewis, you would have to laugh. They dance,
sing, tumble summersets and make a w hole lot
of claims that won't stick.
Now for me, I think it Is not exactly fare for a
paper to publish so much Btuil' unless it's so. 1
am sure of one thing, when the votes is counted
Bill Morow and George Noble will have enough
to hold the job down.
What is the use to run men out of an oillce
when they do good work. Can anybody lind
fault with the way these boys have done the
work? Kvcn republicans say they are cllicashus.
Give a man the fair tiling and let him hold over
when he doeB good work. That's fare. If you
don't do it some of them w ill comence to gowge
from the turn loose.
1 don't ask no favors but wc are bound to have
fair play. I am taking your paper and don't try
to scare you by saying I will stop it. J will
keep on taking it and pay for it to I don't ask
. no editor to take his subscription iu cucumber
seed or some other worthless truck lint if you
know what's gooil for you you will quit making
a fool of yourself by printing such stuf.
Why not give us a Bquair deel? Judge Kectli-
ly is all right and no UBe to trade him oil for
some farmer that don't know much about law
and has been jliiupiu' from one party to another
for eight years to get into otlice. Some of these
fellers have to be snowed under every year in
order to keep them from thinking thcyiire awfu1
Nobody asks you to come out for the demo
crats, but just give us hire play that's all. If
you publish this mebbe I will corraspotul Boine
more. x. y. .
I'. H. Don't publish my full name, bet if thl
keeps on 1 w ill show them it comes from a direct
IIaiojm.vn, May lu, una A. 1).
"The flowers that bloom in the spring"
are not more vigorous than those persons
who purify their blood with Ayer's Sur
saparilla. The fabled Elixir Vita) could
scarcely impart greater vivacity to the
oountonanoe than this wonderful medi
cine. 1IAKMMAN MATT 1KS.
Hiirdman, tranquil, penoeful, ' Hard
man, moves on with the great van of
progress and oivilizution. Some impor
tant changes are about to be made.
Wm. II. Koyseis making arrangements
to ooustruot a fine hotel. In this Mr.
Koyse will display his usual good tact,
as lie never does anything by halves.
Some important changes are being
made iu and about the Hardmnn hotel
whioh will render it more comfortable in
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Scrivner are pleas
ant people and do everything iu their
power to entertain the weary traveler.
Will Kahler takes just pride in keep
ing a nice fresh stock of goods on hand
and marks his goods where oash will se
utirc great bnrguins.
Mrs. S. Kikendall has recently opened
a cosy little restaurant, opposite the Odd
Fellows hall, where the appetite oau be
satisfied. A canvas sign above the door
tells the Btrunger w here he can got a good
There was some danger of trouble here
recently between Ham Adams and Benj.
Parker over sohool matters. Everything
has beeu settled however aud the boys
are fust friends again.
Tho Ynller Dog circuit court has been
in session for several days ami a large
list of cases disposed of.
Several ineffectual attempts were made
to have oourt adjourned on one pretext
and another, but Judge Scrivner was ob
durate. He said Ihe docket must be
cleared and that oourt would not adjourn
again for boss races, dog tights, political
meetings, or iu fact anything short of a
Attorneys Banister, Koyse, Cox, Hub
erts, Akers and Meadows are nil pretty
busy and have had an excellent oppor
tunity to display their skill ia law.
The following is a partial list of crim
inal cases disposed of:
J. P. Hadley, charged with telling the
truth. Jury trial verdict, not guilty.
Benj. Parker, charged with infringing
on the rights of the lleppuer ami Long
Creek stage line. Plea, guilty, lined two
boxes of oigurs. Fine paid.
There is some question in the minds
of the people as to tho justice of the
The defeudaut was brought into court
and had no counsel. His plea was not
guilty. The court appointed Messrs.
lioyse and Bannister to defend him. The
defendant took iu the situation at a
glance and said, "stand back gentlemen,
stand back, I'll change my plea to guilty
and save any further costs."
Several other light cases were disposed
of aud peaoe reigus supreme.
Elder H. C. Motor, of Arlington, assist
ed by Kev. Galloway, of Sand Hollow,
are holding quarterly meeting at this
Kev. Motor will preach at Butter Creek
May i'2, aud liev. Galloway at Lexington.
These gentlemen Bre meeting with con
siderable encouragement and it is to be
hoped ere long they will establish a cir
cuit and hold regular services.
The writer does not wish to "call
down" every little mean act, but some
things deserve more than passing notioe.
In a publio meeting at this place the
charge was made that Win. 1'eDdland
had refused the use of bis grove to the
alliance party for picuio purposes. It
was olso asserted that that act would
make the alliauce at least lifty votes.
The writer at that time rose to question
the veracity of theoharge. Now that tue
ruse is pretty generally understood,
the query is how many votes will it muke
Farther alone the line we find a prom
inent (?) alliance man charged with re
fusing the use of a school house (public
property) to a religious organization for
one hour. Will the aforesaid gent come
forth and show us how many votes this
little act will guin for his party? Injus
tice to all, let it be said that neither one
of these men fairly represent the alliance.
The alliance does not in any way encour
age or recognize sucn petty meanness.
And when it comes to furnishing powder
for the enemy (?J a word of caution might
be appropriate. Be careful about your
powder. The enemv ( .') has great maga
zines full of bright, fresh powder of her
culean strength, and better than all, he
knows how to use it. T. J. li.
Hakdman, May l'Jth, '92.
Isn't it about time to prepare for the
ooming 4th of July? Other towns are be
ginning to agitate the subject; we should
not bring up the rear.
Judcie Mokhow , won the Brooklyn
handioap last Saturday in 2:08?!. Long
street was one of the starters, but
brought up the rear.
The 1 ncifio Insurance Union has fixed
the risk on wool in both of the ware
houses in Heppnner at the same rate, be
ing $5 per $1000 per month. I shall be
pleased to issue policies for the Man
chester Co. on wool in storage. This
company has a capital of 85,000,000 in
gold. " T. E. Fell,
Agent for the Manchester Fire Insur
ance Co., of Manchester, England. 89.92
At Abrahamsick's. In addition to his
tailoring business, he has added a fine
line of underwear of all kinds, negligee
shirts, hosiery, etc. Also has on hand
some elegant patterns for suits. A.
Abrnhumsiok, May street, Heppner, Or.
Gazette on Thornton's counters. Price
5 cents. tf.
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IJOItli THK JKWEI.EH
Is "in it" JOt.
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JILE Q1TY -OTEL,
VV. J. LKEXEK, I'rop.
riIIIS HOSTELRY has been Befitted and Erpunisiied throughout, and now
is one of the most inviting places in Heppner. Mr. heezer invites you to stop
with him, feeling that be is able to entertain you iu the best of style.
First Class House.
CA?j WE SUPPLY YOUR SPRING SHOES ?
Our Spring Footwear is the Best and
As the sliot'tniikor, a niri1 now shot', t We wish tlmt everyhody know
Tin jroiit, tin1 calf, and the kuiij,raruo, What ek'tfant stock wo ut iu ouch shoo
Joined hy the alligator, too, I And keep on hand to honolit you.
All dropped in to lind out whether I All grades, styles and shapes together,'
Twtimuiy of t heir folk.ithat fif nisli'd tho leather. Fine footwear iu nil kimlri of leather.
M. LICIITENTIIAL & CO.,
IW irx Streeti Heppner Ox
CHAS. H. DODD&CO.
mONT, FIRST AND VINE STS., PORTLAND, OR.
BUCKEYE MOWER AND REAPER.
I ucin;tlci! Top Simplicity. MriisJi. I lility. OurnhMity. These Huc-tiiiii'-urc
ton (it'll klMMVii l m'l ( oiimiMil. Tluuii ml at I hem tire iu
ui( lo-lu , and til' universal Mitt ifae! inn :ri't ty fliein
proven llwm to Ih' Hit iiiomI iowi;I;tr En niai lirl.
HODGES' HAINES HEADERS.
BUCKEYE STEEL FRAME BINDER.
EtiNlinutiKliiMl for Mi'o-iiiv'li ami iiirnh:iity.
Adrnance Hearf-Discharge Binder?
Most Economical Illmlor in . K'nri' Ivn -touor. use Scm IhIiic than
"i.-rr- v: .....
SCH'JTTLER AMD HILBURH FARM WAGONS
FINE CARRIACES, PHAETONS, TO? BUG
GIES, CiRTS, ETC.
FOllR-cPSINC MOUNTAIN WACOliS ANj
MIlIIR'8 STAR VIBRATING THRESHER
AMMAN'S STAR TRACTION ENGINE.
Wci-hm,; and Clt.-.nuii Cram ever eoiistrucUd.
Kiil lor IHU'J
can always be
is sure to follow
the persistent '
use of this
Has Cured Others
will cure you.
LOCAL MARKET liKl'OHT.
Wheot, bu 600
Flour.bbl 5 tx)
Beeves, cows & two-year-olds, owt. 2 00
" turee 2 50
Sheep, muttons, head 3 00
" stock 2 00
Hogs, on foot, cwt U 50 B 00
Hogs, dressed b 0U
Horses, slow sale.
Butter, roll "0
Eggs, doz 1s:i0
Chickens, doz 2 50 (a? 2 75
Wheat, cwt 1 40 (f 1 45
Flour.bbl 3 00 W 5 15
Beeves, stall fed '. 7 00 (w 7 25
Muttons, owt 8 00 010 00
Hogs, cwt 3 51) 5 25
Wool Eastern Oregon.. 10 17
Butter, lb 15 (.6 19
Eggs, doz 18 20
Chiokens, doz 5 50 (a. 12 00
Turkeys, lb Vo (a 20
Wheat, cwt $1 30 1 35
Flour, bbl 3 00 & 4 80
Beeves, cwt 2 50 (it 4 00
dressed 6 00 (t 7 00
Muttons, live sheared. . . 4 50 4 75
dressed 8 50 0 9 (XI
Hogs, on foot 5 50 6 00
" dressed (i 50 () 7 00
Wool Eastern Oregon... 9 ( 16
Butter 15 (! 25
Eggs, do. 15 (u 18
Chickens, doz 5 00 Oi 0 00
Turkeys, lb 17
Palace hotel, B first class hostelry, ex
cellent entertinament and living rates.
IIIUI mil lll ltt I I I I I I I I 1 1 1 1 1 III I I n
111 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1 HI 1 1 IS
HOLUNGSWQRTil & TAYLOR HAND hU
DEERE HAY-LOADER AND MUDGETT
HAY-PRESSES, P3RTER S HORSE HAY
FDRKS AND CARRIERS.
Heppner Park Association
MAY 20, 27 and 28.
The encouragement given to this Association at their races last year is duly appro
mated and it will he their endeavor to offer a more attraolive -programme
the coming meeting.
FIRST DY First race, free for all; two and three year-olde; half mile dash
purse S125. Second race, free for all; three-eights mile dash; purse $125.
KFCOND DAY Third raoe, free for all; quarter-mile dash; purse 125. Fourth
race, saddle horses; (Mil) yards; purso
THTRT) DAY-Fifth race, free for all; half-mile dash; purse $200. Sixth race, oou
1H1UD solution purse for defeated horses; 1000 yards; purse $100.
Five to enter, three .tart: 1r eent of pi.m- '''"'"Z dlvMl
aeeenil liest mill ten tn the thud.
The.... niee ill he .'..verne.l hv the rules of the IMeilie Ttlon.1 Horn ABSCiehillnn. Will
lmuB purs ier lnr" tlmt mi,ht eenie l,e,elio arc not .,.ml.ne,l to enter hi any of tin,
DIKECTOltS: A. IX MoAtte. preaulent ; Otia Piiltereou, secretary; J. N. Urown,
E. (K Sperry uud T. V. Ayers, Jr.
New Warehouse !
f ENRT IIEITXEU IS
He will soon bo ready to receive the spring clip, aud nttpiul
to such other business as may be entrusted to him. Having
boeu iu this business at Arlington for some years, tho public
know what to expect of him, and lie therefore asks for a con
tinuance of patronage at his
AT UEPPXER, OREGON.
Flour Exchanged for Wheat.
IIE1TNEU FLOURING MILL COMPANY.
T. W. AYEUS,Si'.,ManaKer. 448
This fine Jack will commence the
Season, May 1, '92 at the
Seven miles south of Heppner, on Uliea Creek.
EAGLE is a blue, of good size dtid weight. His colts show up well, ns oan bo
seen at the nbove-mentioned ranches. Is Ave years of age.
EAUI.K was sired by Eagle Jock; ho by Mammoth Jack, of Kenlneky. Dam,
Blnek Warrior. 3red by Wm. liichie and became tho property of C. 8. Kirk &
Son, April, lS'.tl.
$10 to insure, payable when mure is known to be with foal. Have pasturage at
$1.50 per month for all mares from a distance, payable whenmarea are taken away.
All care will be taken to Prevent Accidents, but will not be
Responsible Should any occur.
EXT DOOR to M. Licktenthal & Co.'s Shoe Store, Main
Zt- street Keep on hand a Fine Line of Liquors.
w incs, vi gars, Jite. We have
Reduced the Price of the Buchler Beer to
S Cents Per Glass,
On draught, fresh and cool. Lunch of all kinds. Hope
to see all their old friends and many more
Q3MEHS HUGHES. Props.
J. II. HAVES,
STILL HOLD DOWN the old quarters on Main Street, opposite the City Hotel
where they keep as usual
Harness, Saddles, Whips, Spurs Ele
The Genuine Heppner" Sadie Always 'io Stock !
Agents for The White Sewing Machine,
Best in the Market.
Repairing t Specialty !
MfnwAn NOTARY PUBLIC
Mill Mil CONVEYANCER
HAVING CONSHtUCTED AT
Wlll'plutllHP 1111(1 nljltfomi 100111.
C S3. KIIIK cfe SOW,
Beer Hall !
WELL FURNISHED ROOMS
Mrs Maiwret VraOadow.Man
C. J. HAYES.
) T IfW ITATF
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