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Tin run r
n ur run
Will tan ho!t irniiv Gfmaihl
v.i iiKsifj j vwi Mtuiiiavu
I back to a normal condition,
induce liver activity and bowel
regularity by careful diet and
proper exercise, to which you
should add the toning and
strengthening qualities to be
found in a fair trial of j
TO BE SENT HOME
German Minister at Washington
Will (Jean House.
Will ASK SAFE CONDUCT FOR AGENT
TOR SALE AUTOMOBILES
Rebuilt Federal Trucks
A Safe Used Truck to Buy.
A REBUILT FEDERAL lu as food
value for the money as a new truck. By
rebuilt we mean that the truck Is entirely
takon apart, each part examined and If
necessary replaced by a new part made
at the Federal factory, the entire truck
reptuniea ana reiinisnea, ana everything
wcLirwtti j uuiim iu maia 1110 ltuuk pi n.cn-
cally as food as new In every detail.
When you buy a rebuilt Fedorai you
re protected Dy ine same policy end iti-
We operate a repair department, In whlcli
our SUDDly of Federal Darts Is comolete
and the stock room orranizatlon high
ciass, wmcn insures tne prompt ruling of
all ur. -.. . -
nu yen uiucio, mi uiiu uici u in M BWI V
Ice deDartment. which is oupn dav and
Bight, "always at your call." The Federal
being a good truck In the first place and
protected by a company which Is equip
ped and has the disposition to give you
service Is consequently
A SAFE TJSiGD TftUCK TO BUT.
If you are In the market for a truck
from 1 1000 to $1400, we urge you to com
pare used Federals with new trucks at
similar prices. We think we can con vino
you of their superior value,
GERLINGER MOTOR CAR CO.,
Cor. E. Third and Oregon Sta., over Steel Bridge.
Act of Embassy Believed Will Show
Genuine Desire of Teutons for
Friendship of Uncle Sam. '
Washington. D. C. Theae hichlv
important developments tank dUpa
Monday In connection with the events
consequent upon tne revelations in the
Count VOIl Bernfltorff. : tha Harmon
ambassador, will call on Secretary
Lansing and will intimate that Cap
tain Frani von Paoen. German mil,.
Utf .atCittchv will besenfchome, if a
sale conduct for him can be obtained
from the British government.
Ambassador Pen field haa cahlprl him
personaj impression that Austria
NORTHWEST MARKET REPORTS: ,
GENERAL CROP CONDITIONS
Portland Wheat Rln.tom k
bushel; fortyfold, 83c; club, 81c; red
Fife, 78e; red Russian, 75c.
Vegetables Cucumbers, Oregon, 15
6vc frozen: arcicnnkAa. uui toma
toes, zu3uc box; cabbage, lc pound;
beans, 2j4c; green corn,. 15c dozen;
garlic, 10c bound: nennera in,Kn-
breen Fruits Cantalnunen Kn,. m,
$1.50 crate; peaches, 2650c box
watermelons, llic pound; plums 25
&uc box; new apples, 75c ffi $1.60:
pears, 75cJl; grapes. 96c(fflil.B0
crate: huckleberries. R 7
casabas, ljc; fresh figs, $1.25 box. '
Potatoes New, 70 80c sack;
sweets. 2(ffl3c Dound.
Onions 6075e per sack.
Eggs Oregon ranch, buying prices:
No. 1, 27c dozen; No. 2, 22c; No. 8,
17c. Jobbing price: No. 1, 28c.
Poultry Hens, 14 a 15c bound:
springs, 1718c; turkeys, 18c; ducks,
812c; geese, 89c. .. .
Butter City creamery cubes, ex.
tras, Belling at 294c bound: mints, ami
cartons, extra. ;. Prices niiiH tn nrn.
ducers Country creamery, 2527ef
uuwor ihl no. i. sour cream.. 'ZMn-
no. z, zyc.
Veal Fancy, 1213c pound.
rorK biock, yjc pound.
Hops 1915 fuggles, 14c pound;
clusters, nominal. '
Wool Eastern Oregon, medium, 26
O zjc; eastern Oregon, fine, 18
6.86; bulls, $4.E0(5i5; stairs. $6
nogs L,ight, ?6.806.90; heavy.
If To. an thtnkinr of buyinir a Plana, do
not fall to write u. for CATALOGUES AND
PRICES. Wo Mil oa Kaar Term.
" PORTLAND, OREGON.
Hungary will eomnlv wif.h t.h Amari. 1 9ii- vail oa sr.-. i .-
.w - - 1- . . ...yv., v uvt. muun r. new
ba, .leaving her Interests here in Pelts Dry long-wooled pelts, lB.c
charge of the counsellor of the em- dry short-wooled, lljc; dry shearlings'
bassy. each. 10(5ll5c: salted ihearHniro
Count von -Bernstorff will explain llMMniv rfrv o-nat in,,, h-:. ...i.'
the exact connection of Captain von 17c; dry goat, shearlings, each, 10
ure uuuiua BtriKK pians. iuc; sauea long-wooled pelts, May, $1
There is no question that the ambassa- 2 each.
dor feels that members "bf his Staff Ct-,i)e Choice steers, $6.607-
flhOUld haVA nn mnnflfttmn with arai'lran rrnnA fl Q Of. 1: mm mm
Or the Creation Of dl'snrrlArn In fnrfiia- chnioa nnm K ORe en. J r.
. . . - T . " -"v.vv buno. liU.tiiliUU.W. 1CUUU. AOff-JI
trial factories. He does hold, how 6.25; medium, $4.605; heifers, $B
mot vzofiiiuuy, no WUII BB AU8-
tria-Hunearv. has the nVht. tr wnpn
her subjects that emnlovment in fac
tories making munitions for the allies
is a Crime fto-Ainnr. tha Inna nf fkai
country and that if they should return
uuiiio mey win oe punisnea.
Germany, it In nninioH nut In tim.
man circles, had the ricrht tn pnll hnma
all reservists in the United States.
Ol 1 , . IUI.OI UIUU
h;.,T. 7L: n I 0 V gr 81,(1 is exP"ted to step into line with
because of the British command of the the nnnnia, .nt.iM ..j
sea and they have been forced to r- L.i ty.:. .. "TTl. ,V"
I- fi.!. I im. -,jr . u, nao irom iau-
. .. 7" ; luiino. Jn tne iasi several years it
tel thaflA man th.t h.v mnDt nA, . 1. I . .
o. n, .iii TT A "-"- imiuura an instant market here,
for the allies the German ambassador Wholesale dealers ak 2 nt . n
fh. t. ,.1" T ?! thB "Bht 10 te" RePrtB from t!le So y the quality
tnem 10 return to nght. is excellent and the
However, it is apparent that the
Sheep Wethers. U 7&rri)K-
s(S4.Bb; iambs, ?4.7B6.50.
New Melon on Market.
Tacoma -Another variety of melon
nrivA am tk. 1 .. 1 i ,
- ' v. M.v iuu.i uruuuiw miTiflT
My Maryland I
One reader claims that Maryland Is
the state above all others for richness
of comestibles and genius in their elu
cidation. Chesapeake, home of the
toft-shelled crab and of his hard
shelled brother! Diamond-back, com
posed as only Philadelphia cooks, or
he of Baltimore, ' can blend thee!
Maryland Fried Chicken! What an
RlvRllim In nnAnii nna'i rfovct flchlnc
. -1 .IDU1UQ
on the western Bliore and one's nights
masung at tne Baltimore Club! That,
that were quite enough to Induce
blessed forgetfulness of swordflsh and
halibut to the north, of tarpon to the
uulii, oi tunny ana salmon to the
west. "Is it any wonder," demands
me Baltimore "American," "that Mary
land gins are mir r No, no a thou
sand negative noes and here we aro
condemned to slave In a desert ol
table d'hotos In that city of strangers,
uuu niminauani Loiuer s.
ambassador has no intention to make
an issue in respect to - Captain von Pa
pen. If this trovernment will nhtoin
a safe conduct for the officer he will
be ordered to Berlin. Such action
would obviate a demand for his recall.
It would do more. It would show con-
egg prices last week was expected to
Keep me market steady here for Borne
lime, an added scarcity of this com
modity has caused dealers to boost
prices to 3334 cents a dozen for the
fresh ranch product.
nucKienerries are getting scarcer
. . , . .- jiuctueuurnes are getting sc
clusivelv the Hnoirn nf Harmon., t . J . . . . K""B l
i jT j, t . ",m Prlc nigner, the berries now
main In friendly relations with this Llm.ii.. k 1 o m, ,
nnntr T .1J .1 .11 I " ."'S " V""U. 1116 06-
. u.u UDBI, mat me mand th a season a. hi-iotr
An Atlanta man tells of this conver
sation oeiween two darky bucks of
"Bill, I heahs dat yo' was courtln'
dat Utts eal down mv wnv"
"Sho' I wus. An' I was In love with,
dat gal, too; only I heahs dat she ain't
Rot a cent. So 1 says to myself: "Bill,
uu u uiun,- au- i was a man, Henry;
an' now I passes her by with silenl
Col. B, M. House, discussing
ponce mission in Europe, mild:
ino I'Tcncn soldiers, by the way,
oio cttiieu pomis whiskers, as we
niignt suy. In the troncheB, you see
ino gay Kronen soldiers all grow
uuiua. io seo a sionuor lad of 13 of
it wnn enormous black beard cover
tig nis cnoat well. It's ke the stnrv
"'Willif?.1 Rflill fln alvmnlnau
, .'.j ...U...0 IW.UU-
er, givo mo a sontonce with the word
BrHwso.no ' In H.'
1 10 snlillnr' VVlllla
stoppod shaving and grew some wills
ners. i-niiaueipbia Bulletin
"USE THE RIVER"
Rial, of Wahlnton. for Tho Dalloi dallr ox.
ivu " m- .,'r,vo,P"!' Mondar
fff-,rTM.f- N .T""1-,nl,ra' ,s""'
1 win Lal. fur llporr Columbia and Snakorlvw
ivuvou 'Wt, xol. Main 613.
Willunttuad Colanbia Rinr Tiwin Co, rarllul
Wo have the best facilities In the
Northwi'Nt for doing your Repair
work. Why throw your old tires
away! Send thtm to us and let
u repair them. We guarantee
every repair we make. Our prices
arc reasonable. A Western repair
is a permanent repair. Let us
Tube punctures repaired, 25c.
WESTERN HOW. & tUTO SUPPIY CO.
32 FINE IT,, NR. BROADWAY, PORTLAND, OR,
LINK'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
the school or purr
Poi tJanJ-a Boat Boalnoai Tralnln, gobod.
hnoianalup lau.ht I, p.r,
- W Ttrin spent nmutj, Sept 1, tail
Um "lodonUhavoalroadvanroM. Alk
- . forCaukif. Korolloarl,.
. T. LINK, General Manager.
roooa MAIN BOM
The fish market is well supplied
with halibut and salmon and small
nsh. I he demand is good. Butter
and cheese are steady. No change was
maus in meat and poultry prices.
Crop Report Sept. 8, 1915. '
The bureau of crop estimates in co
operation with the weather bureau,
unnea states Jjepartment of Agricul
Dumba incident with AiinrriQ.Htinn-a,,
will, in the end, be adjusted satisfac
torily to tne united States.
Washington Administration Thought
Will Yield to Carranza's Views
Washington, D. C General Car-
ranza a counter nrnnnsnl tr. tho pDn
... 1 - " I - (. ... u, aunuui-
American diplomats for a conference ture, furnishes the following summary
with him Over Intp.rnntinnal nhiaai n of cnnrlitinna
the Mexican problem probably will be Winter wheat Preliminary esti-
approved, according ,, to opinion ex- mate, 14,049,000 bushels; final, 1914,
oressed here hv nfficUla In t,v, ,nu 1.t RM nnn
tho administration. Spring wheat SeDtember 1. fore.
A 111 L n ,. ... . .. '
oitnuugii iarranza reiused to yield c""', o,ou,uuu bushels; final, 1914,
to the anneal of &rrtnrir l..ii. 2.920 nnn
representatives of six Latin-American Oats Forecast, 14,200,000 bushels-
repuuucB mat ne join his adversaries nnai, isj, iz, 740,000.
In a raana AAnfo..- li. r . I Dnl CI j l a m .
... vvij.otonco. h, was pointed uax.cjr oeptemoer i. iorecast, 4.-
3iufooo bushels: fina . 1914. a.fifi0-
HERE ARE THE NEW REO MODELS AND THE NEW REO PRICES
For without that explanation you could not understand, could not accept these values as genuine.
purchaofaSye' tooabsorbinfi:ly interesting and of vital import to you if you contemplate the
reducing thnnirv p" iWaS mPilble f?r the mer to materially reduce the prices of Reos without
. OSyS?S& SOlUti0n, an1 diVidin8r- thdr Prfit 1116 tUyer' PlaC6d
betted fr!nSPan!iTit workings of Reo-when you've read it you'll understand and the
SesfsS mad? the SUCCm the t substantial and in many ways the
co-ortratefiwithyth fcl,ep,acts hat.?eo Dealers hain? learned- made " possible for them to
OTffl&W Re va'ueswthe ,?reat!st values' yu'U conclude that a Reo is the car
REO MOTOR CAR COMPANY, Lansing, Mich., U. S. A.
NORTHWEST AUTO CO. BROADWAY AT COUCH STS., Portland, Oregon F. vC VOGLER, President
" v-mviiy WW 1 a 1797.
DISTRIBUTORS FOR OREGON, WASHINGTON AND IDAHO. A limited amount of territory open to agents. Write us ouicklv.
out here that milit.nrv nnmliinn. i
Mexico had undergone marked changes
in the last few weeks, and In some
Quarters it was .eontendxrl that
ranzsa'B claims for recognition were
entitled to investigaiton.
Since the Pan-American appeal was
issued, Carranza's armies have pressed
pacification of territory in Central and
Northern Mexico, while some reports
to the State denartmnnt. h
that General Villa's forces are disin
tegrating. . From authoritative
Sources advices hav raaKns Wa.hir...
ton that It would be difficult to con
duct a convention to Belect a provis
ional government In Mexico without
Potatoes September 1, forecast, 6,-
oau.uuu Dusneis; tinal, 1914, 4,753,000.
nay, all tame Preliminary esti.
maie, j,bdu,uuu tons; final, 1914, 1,
Apples September 1, forecast, 3,
400,000 bushels; final, 1914, 8,600,000
Record Deal In Apples
Portland The biggest single deal in
apples ever made was announced by
the North Pacific Fruit Distributors
association through C. A Malboef, its
representative here. Every box avail
vTdiiiiuciib in mrjjucu WltnOUt ' iwj uvji .tbii
the participation of Carranza and his able of "c" Krade PP'e8 controlled by
military commanders, who assert now
that they control nearly all Mexican
Russians Score Victory.
Petrograd, via London Near Tarno-
pol the Russians have defeated the
Third German division, the Forty-fifth
ReBerve division and an Austrain bri
gade. Eio-ht thnuaanrl
80 guns, besides many machine guns.
were caotured. acenrdino tn an nfiuioi
statements issued at the war office.
Further south, near Trembowla, about
2600 Teutons, three mini anrf 10 n,.
chine guns were captured.
near voriatyntze more than 1000
Anatrian. I ii " mo neaBon. as steamer space reserva-
were cab urf m"Ch"19 "H "nl by numbw le
u Bssociaiion nas oeec sold at a con
tract price of 85 cents a box, the hiEh
est price obtained for this class of
fruit in four years. It is estimated
that the apples will make 400 carloads.
The amount Involved in the deal is
Z14,000. Middle Western firms com
pose the pool of purchasers.
Heavier Hop Bales Suggested
I Portland Hop dealers point out the
advantage of heavier balinir bv
ere this year. In the matter of export
uueiness mis is especially important,
in View of the limit rtloitA1 hw ovma A
, . , , - r "j "" w
the Atlantic steamer lines on the num
ber of bales they -will handle during
Liner Offered Japanese,
Honolulu. T. H s;kSm a...
. - --. .... nontiu
oresident nf tha Tnvn vi...
who arrived here Saturday on his way
home to .lanan ennnim.ul tl... ii.-
r ..I.IU.IH1.U l 11 . (. Hie
Atlantic Transport company had offered
iu sen mm me nner uhina, one of the
nrst vessels recently bought by the At-
nbt by weight, it follows that" a larger
ioreign business can be done than if
they are light. Weights running over
200 pounds to the bale are favored by
Peaches Ara Active, and Firm.
Portland The pe market was
firm and active, with prices holding
within the former range. Supplies are
l?nt.'? T.ra.nPrt company from the lame enoueh for all ruirt.
rh.M?.K.0,mp,7;l.Mr,uAT0,"il1 Bartlett peara are becoming scarce
''"""'"Kh he would and are in stronger demand, with
aocu mo vnina on the trana-P.p nr. ti9R .n,. .k..i-.wi. .i.
nn Tk i . , , - - woo.ij vut.ui.uio, vuier K 1 11 us
an..tnn. - 7 . , ,M 0U8U of P" "re rather Plentiful and offer
grosa tons register, is a sinele-screw ed irBor.ii .t an . i . v..
J3ir.,l0llfaVriVe r!pe.a?d be" f materials d i
"Tn.P I i. j . , 1 oIll ye yu wm have a failure if -and
make it liahi. A ot M urki. F
. -.v uiaao. sooa reaulu doubly .
Take no ,Lu. t t-t u A
and havm "good luck" m timm.
At all Grocers,
Johnny Had the Proof. .
In instructing a youthful class In
, m iitll .J
Johnnv." She rpmnrlrorl "am am,
tell mo what an averaxe is?"
"Yes, ma'am," was the prompt re-
biiuiibb oi jonnny. "An average is
what a hen lays eggs on."
What?" oxclaimnrl iha nmaA
teacher. "What on earth are you
ThatS rlirhL flea Varv" ....
- f -" - j , rr .a tiia
rejoinder of Johnnv. "Mnat avan iAa.
son In our 'rlthmetio starts off 'If a
en lays mree eggs a week on an
Dr. Pierce'a Plnnannt Pollnfa .
, . , , . - .urew IGVU
late and lnVlimratA Btnma.k i;.,. 1
bOWels. SllD-HrnatArl tin., ..nna
easy to take. Do not gripe. . - '
He Found Out
"And What has llA-nmA nf Tannic
Smith, the villain halla?" a.baH the
man who was visiting his old home
"Oh. I married hnr." ranllorl tha mat.
'Then I annnnaA aha la atm thA ti
lage belle." eallantlv ramarlrorl tha
'I reckon Bha la ' amaa 4hA
- - I HB.UEU LI1U 1CBI-
dent. "RhA la rllncr.rlr,nc.ln f-,
'ng till night and I can't shut her up."
"That second speaker was Quite ex
"I thought his speech was about the
uunesi i ever neara.
"His SDeech didn't amount tn anv
thing, but he failed, when he got up.
iu no, uiii me loastmaster a Introduc
tory remarks reminded him of a
story." New York Sun.
No Doubt That Resinol
Does Heal Sick Skin
When VOU know nhvalrlana h.va
pieercnuea nesinoi ior zu years in the
ireatmeni or ecznmn. ann ntha ttnh
ine. bumina-. Unnfe-htlv alrln arnHnna
auu nave written tnousanda of reports
saying: "It la mv remiiar nneiHnH.n
for itching," "Resinol has produced
uninanc results," "The result it gave
was marvelous In nna nf tha vni
cases of eczema." etc.. etc.. rlnxan't it
make you feel that "this is the treat
ment I can rely on for MY skin
trouble?" The moment Resinol Ointment
touches itching skins, the Itching
stops and healing begins. . With the
aid Of Resinol SnAn. It. Almnat alvava
clears away every trace of eczema,
ringworm, pimpies, or otner distress
ing eruption quickly, leaving the skin
clear and healthy. Sold bv all dmr.
steel vessel and was built in 1889.
There was a good movement in
grapes at the prices quoted. Canta
loupes and melons were steady.
Everett, Wash., Runnaway'a Goal.
Chicago Richard Alolna 1
. . a - ","'.V, .V (ml.
old, Pitta-burg, an orphan, walked into Poultry Receipts Larger,
I u,7.;.: i . "UJ -" Kea rortland Keceipta of poultry are
Lieutenant Benjamin Enrisrht to heir, lanr th.n ...,,.i tli. -.l. j i
wlTh I?.nnMe P-h u"1!; J'1 lived "-T to .hade former price. In or
"hSSL S P'tt,butrlt' " "id, der to work off the supply. Hen. .old
but she abused me bo I ran awav I . nam . j .1
am irolmr tn Ev.ratt tn u . "uV. ' TX "v""' "m "" "
nth.r .nnt . ' ,",""" 11 CBn"- mere was a continued easy
other aunt My parents d od ivral fnaiin in k. j i . l.
i!.n'lheUte"rn,Enrlk'ht'enMu" HRht demand. The
tne boy to tha Juvxn a U.....m k... i .... . . 7?
, . . . . -" wm. vest irriiutM oi eirfra ana butter are
communlcat. with his aunt in Everett I firm rt prevailing wi
Li.An7t0,nJn,Li0re".nIIn.?f ' de'i't thing-It very easily
gets out of order-just like a delicate piece of machinery, it
require, more than ordinary care and attention.
abl pain in Tariou. part, of th body. liatii,.u. B.rfouaaritabI"
duuiuw. faiotne backacb.. loaa o.ppaUW. dapmaioti. othirt
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
taod. WooMaevarywharalouk upon it u a helpful Iriand. L.titidoi
torn for SO cat. from Dr. i.rc. 'illumm,,, Bufal. M. r.
Dr. Ptwcai Plauani
"Ml llj.ll iii .jm , i -i. I,,, UN DOWtll
I -'y- t i, tn, auFyr
ia iVwirH., . mm
Smokeless Powder Shells
The Patent Corrugated Head on Win
chester leader?' and"Repeater"sheUs
absorbs the shock of the powder explos
ion Instead of localizing it, as the old
why Winchester shells, with their
modern patented construction, are so
superior to ones made according to
tiie English method of times long past
If you want the best shooting shells
ASK FOR THE III BRAND.
He Knew Right Enough.
Thfi famniia hntanfot va- nnl.
slowly along the country road, his
eyes, as usual, roaming from side to
side for new plants to study.
- Suddenly an eager Innlr ani aaw.,.
his features, and he leaned over the
low fence enclosing a cottage garden.
He had found a plant he did not know.
What COUld it hf? If nnlv ha h.J a
specimen of It to study!
At mat moment a shock-headed lad
strolled along the rnart and alnniuul
to gaze open-mouthed at him.
"I say," called the botanist urgent
ly. "See that plant there that pale
pink one In the corner? Tin vnn irnm
Uhuh!" said the nnnntrv hnv hrlaf.
"What's Its nama? Tin vnn lrnn
what family it belongs to?" .
The lad jerked a grubby thumb over
MB ShOUlder toward thA llttla nttara
as he spoke more briefly still:
'A woman has to give up a great
deal after she gets married," sighed
airs. uaoD. .-
'And a man rinaa nnthlno- hut alva
up after he gets married," growled Mr
A. of Old.
Fond Mother Bobble, come here. I
have something awfully nice to tell
Bobbie (age 6) Aw, I don't care. I
know what it is. Big brother's home
Pond Mother Why, Bobble, how
could you guess. "
Bobbie My bank don't rattle any
more. University of Nebraska Aw-gwan.
HOWARD t BCRTOH - wn .an raamlM,
L.dv,lle, Oolorado. 80wlm,,arice.i (Jolt
Sllnr. Land. II Hold, BUver. fco; Gold, 6IM; Ziaa
or Copper. O. Mania. nnlopH a il full prioalu
No Need to Write.
All was confusion and bustle. Wlfey
was preparing to take a longish holi
As hubby was bidding' her an af
fectionate farewell, she said:
"You can -expect a little letter from
me during my absence."
How hubby's expression of face.
Which llftd hitliartn h... nno n
treme gladness, doubtless at the pros
pect oi Demg lett alone for such a
long period, took a decided change.
"BUL TT1V dear." hA nmnnitM,,,).
"surely I have given you enough '
money to see you through until you '
INVESTIGATE THE PACIFIC DRAG SAW
If jroa are goin to cut cordwood. dew land or uw ap Ion foe any parpo,
wiiw aut Buwunun meet.
Wrwht Inchrdiar tot Saw. 265 IU. Galolin. Ennn. SH Henapoww.
" w aawni mm cur m twAfvtf-
THE PORTLAND MACHINERY CO, Portland, Oregon
Little Frfd I'm a.Mla ... -' .
didn't get half enough dinner
Little Susie What did you We for
Little Fred Why, we had company! j
P. N. U.
No. St, Mil
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