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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 24 December 1909

I THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW Pnblkkad Krarr Friday At 117 Weat Barlln&ton Street. Y A. W. MARKLE inn Kbvirw u entered at po in Saint Johns, Orevon. at mall matter of the aecond claat wider the Act of Con gress 01 March 3, 1879. Job Priming: iimUd la flrtt-elM urU Hllli far Jab Printing uk on ri.1l.r. AII MfMmareattoai shoald b sdlr.titd to xaa Mni, bu jolins. Or. ion. Advtrtlilai ratM, SI. 00 ptr lorn vr month. All adrwtlilng bills psratL Aril of eh month. OSetU lfroipr of Us mj or M. Jskas. Subaerlptlon prloa $1.00 par year. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1909. Pay your subscription. Take a silver dollnr, let it drop on the tabic and you will notice the ring, wear the ring yourself or give it to your friend, hut send the dollar to us and we will apply it on your subscription. Another nice experiment consists in taking a one dollar bill and folding it several times. Then unfold it and you will notice it in creases. Use the creases for your Sunday trousers and send us the original hill. Aitcr yo...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 24 December 1909

V f f Christmas Shopping WiH be easy for those who visit this store. t We will have an unusually, attractive line or goods suitable tor gifts. i Roll Top Desks Desk Chairs Rockers Child's Morris Chairs Rugs Parlor Lamps Etc. Etc. It Ladies' Desks Music Cabinets Work Baskets Taborcttes Sofa Pillows Mirrors Had Rockers Medicine Cabinets Etc. Etc. Local News. Merry Christmas to all. The children will certainly be happy tomorrow1, when the long' looked for day will be here. Mrs. Pliny Shcpardson and two children of Castle Rock, Wash. spent several days at the home of a. S. Wright on South Hayes St this week. Miss Isabel Esson, who has been assisting her brother, Recorder A M. Esson with the clerical work at the city hall, spent Sunday at her home in Gcrvais. OPEN EVENINGS OPPOSITE Easy Terms POSTOFFICE Right Prices 7 Wo and friends a very merry Xmas and a most happy and prosper- nappy ana prosper ous New Year. Thanking them for their liberal patronage in the past, we remain yours for th...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 24 December 1909

A "SWIFT STORY. Hi Way ths Dean Rsbuksd Hit Pub- llshtr, Faulknsr. An amusing story of Ucorgo Faulk ner, the printer of many of Dean Swift's works, who lived In Parliament atrcet, Dublin, la told by Mr. Wll- mot Harrison In "Memorable Dublin nouses." Mr. Harrison relates bow Faulkner, after a visit to London on business for Swift, called to sec the dean, baring arrayed himself In a laced waistcoat, a bngwlg and other fopper ies. Swift received him ceremoniously as an cntlro stranger and asked: "Pray, olr, what aro your commands with mer "I thought It my duty to wait upon you, sir, on my return from London." "Pray, sir, who aro your "George Faulkner, the printer." "You Georgo Faulkner, tlio printer! Why, thou art the most Impudont, barefaced impostor 1 over heard ofl Georgo Faulkner Is a sober, sedate cltl Ben and would never trick himself out In loco and other fopperies. Get you about your business and thank your stars that I do not send you to the houso of correction I" Poor Georgo...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 31 December 1909

tTitfflricM Society ST. JOHNS REVIEW IT'S NOW UP TO YOU To mbKrfe tor THIS Paper. AM Mm mm wtaftf H U mwi It r boHo. CB la tad enroll GET IN THE HABIT Of mtnhklag ta T11M rv rn tw mm it Hi at mm m4 hMa rfeM t M DarUdi(o ihaiiatamti of the PtaJanila, th Mtoutactariag Cater of the NortawMt VOI. 6 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31. 1909. NO. 8 ST. JOHNS PRO GRESSING Abstract Man Notes the Improvements Begun St. Johns importance as a ship ping center is demonstrated by the fact that during November, 1100 freight cars were required to ship its manufactured products. Perhaps the latest manufacturing enterprise will be a veneered sash and door factory, to be erected at the site of the old iron foundry on Bradford street. The half block was pur chased last week from W. S. Lauth crs by Peter Autzcn for a consid eration of $4500 cash. It is under stood that the construction of the mill wilt be commenced immediate ly. Mr. Autzcn owns n veneering plant in the vicinity of his new fac tory s...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 31 December 1909

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW Palliated Hr7 SViday At 117 Weat Burlington Street. BY A. W. MARKLE Th RsviRW is entered at post office In 8aint Johns, Oregon, as mall matter of the second class under the Act of Con greet of March 3, 1879. Jsk rrintlac tueaUl In flrtt-elsii styls. BIIU lor Jo Frlntlnr eih on djlteir. . . All oaannleitloiu should b sddrtutd 10 Tk BrrUw, Bt Johns. Onron. AdrtMliIng ratti, 11,00 pir Inch ptr month. All adTntlllnc bill! paratl flnt of neb OOeui Vsvseapsr of the Olty of M. J.haa. Subscription prlae $1.00 1 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1909. Pay your subscription. Not the label on your paper. Those favoring annexation to Portland will not have n lower tax ation for an argument in its favor next year because the levy in St. Johns will be about two and one half mills lower than Portland. The city council has placed the tax levy for city purposes at 4 8-10 mills. Only once in the city's his tory has the levy been as low, and in that instance it occurred by rea son of a 7-mill l...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 31 December 1909

-TtWSlli' I p.l GRAND GLIflN-UP SALE COMBHaTHjN is . Of Jewelry, Drugs and Drug Sundries Beginning Saturday, January 1st, 1910 Such a sale has never been made in the history of St. Johns. Better prices were never given in Portland or any other city. Rubber Goods Hot water bottles, 12,50, at " " 1.50, at " " 1.00, at Fountain Syringes, a.50, at " " 1.50, at ConibinatiotuWatcr Bottle ami1 Syringe, lao.iat. " " " 1,50, at. .. . 3;25,'at. Kar and Ulcer Syringes, 25c, at Infant Syriuges, 25c, at '.'$2.00 . 1.00 . .75 . 2iOO . I. OO . 2.00 . I. OO . i75 . .17 . .17 Bristle Goods A Complete Line of Brushes of all Kinds. Military Brushes, $5.00 values for " 4.00 " 1 2,00 " " Hair Brushes, 3.50 values for " " 3.25 values for 11 " 2.00 values for " " 1.50 values for Values as low as 25 cents . 3.00 . r.50 . 2.50 i.75 . 1.50 . .1.00 Leather Goods Some very choice Hand Bags and Purses at prices that all can reach. 'f 5.00 values at . ... 3,50 values at ,3.00 values at 1. 00 -values at i$o value...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 31 December 1909

RESOLUTIONS FOR THE MEN. WHAT would I suRRcst? Oil, lots of tiling! To bcKln with, I'd linvc husbnnds make n cust Iron resolution to upend more of their tltno nt home. When n mnn mrtrrlcs n wonmn ho leads her to suppose he does It becnuso he yenrn for unlimited iunntltles of her society, nnd It must strike uny fnlr minded person n Rood deul like getting Roods under false irelenies If ns soon us the honeymoon wnnos he chnses olT to the club or downtown the minute he gets his dinner, leaving her to solitude and the unexciting delights of her own compnny. It Is n situation Hint per Imps n mnn never npprcclntcs, because lie tins never been there himself. It couldn't hnppcn to him, because the moment ho detected n symptom of Joncsomcncsn he would put on his lint nnd go off to the theater or the corner sa loon or s o in o place whore thcro were Unlit nnd brightness and gnyety. A woman tins no audi resources. 8ho enn't go around at night by herself hunt ing up compnny, but must sit nt born...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 31 December 1909

Every Emmerich Feather Pillow has attached the Emmerich Guarantee Certificate An Insurance policy guaranteeing the pillow to be tilled with feathers which are thoroughly cured, cleanned, odorless, nd purified, Insures the purchaser entire pillow satisfaction, or money refunded. How do you sleep? About one-third of your life is spent in bed. If you don't sleep good can you work Well? Our Pillows Are Guaranteed so arc our Mattresses and Springs. Local News. New resolutions are now in order. The New Year will scarcely hold out any bright promises for Cook, the fakir. Otie Learned and wife are spend ing the holidays at the home of the I latter s parents iu Skamawakp o V. W. Mossman has purchased the pop corn outfit which has been doing business on our main thoroughfares for some time past. The merchants holiday business. report a good It will pay you to get our prices on Bedding before you buy. Remember the place OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE A small payment down, a small payment weekly riRiriRii...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 31 December 1909

I I I it 1 UNCLE' SAM'S WAY OF DOING IT. How He Wishes All the World a Happy New Year. AT midnight Undo Snm wishes nil tho world a hnppy New Yeiir. JTm. The tick of the time signal In strument In tho United GtntcH naval observatory at Washington flashes America's greeting to tho nn tlons ot tho world. This sending forth of a New Year greeting Is sentimental in Its naturo portions, but It is practical In Its lllus tratlou of the accurate tlmo servlca that has been adopted by tho United States and tho organization of n stand ard tlmo schedule In this country, which It Is hoped some day will extend throughout tho world. So these New Tear greetings of Uncto Sam's, which liavo become nn annual font lire of tho national observatory, glvo nn object lesson to tho nations that may lead to as great n reform In n universal tlmo system as 1'opo Gregory Instituted In tho correction of tho Julian calendar. The first of theso Now Ycnr messages was sent out In 1003, tho telegraph companies entering...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 7 January 1910

HffotlM Society ST. JOHNS REVIEW IT'S NOW UP TO YOU Ta Mbtcriba for THIS Piper. All Iht biwi whBo h b ntwi U r ma Mo, CU la and oarotl GET IN THE HABIT Of atortfclnt hi TttM ftp 4 ym'M mrm rtrrt It B fto t mm tmi Iowa rfctt M Daroted to tn Interetti of the Pcalflrala, tb Maaafactnrlfif Center of (he Northwett VOL. 6 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 7. 1910. NO. 9 SCHOOL LEVY IS 4.6 MILLS People Are Well Satisfied With Present Board Little interest was evinced in the school meeting held in the Central school building Thursday night of last week. Only a small sprinkling of citizens was present. The f let of the matter is that the people in general have full confidence in the present board and believe they arc fully competent to transact the bus iness of education within them selves, The mass of the people are well satisfied that the board would not ask for more money than was necessary to successfully carry af fairs through for another year, aud being iu full possession of the facts...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 7 January 1910

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW FubUakad Brery Frldny At 117 West Burlington Street. BY A. W. MARKLE Tit Rrvikw la entered at pott office in Saint Johni, Oregon, a mail matter of the second claaa under the Act of Con great of March 3, 1879. Jab Printing f.tenUd la Orst-elsss atyle. mil tar Job Prlntlfi raah An dttlTftrr. All nnlaatlOB ihoald be sddrttsad to Tae UTin, nt. Johns, orston. AdTurtlilac rt, at. 00 pr Inch pr month. All ndTtrtlilnc bill psrstle flrtt of eb month, OfioUl Mtwtyapar ef tha Olty of Bt. Jthn. Subaerlptlon prloa $1.00 par yaar. FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1901. The local political pot will soon begin to Mop over once more. The year 1910 should go down in the annals of history as being the greatest and best year of this city's history. All indications point to a most prosperous year, ntid if the larger portion of the present prospects materialize such will be the case. With a deficit of over seventeen millions of dollars in the postal tie- lartmcnt for the year just ended, t would s...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 7 January 1910

GRAND mm SALE COMBHATDN Of Beginning Jewelry, Drugs and Drug Sundries Saturday, J anuary 1st, 1910 Such a sale has Johns. Better prices any other city. never been made in the history of St fiiiiin jiirM ,nMiAM d w-ia-ic ircyici giytsii m Portland or Rubber Goods Hot water bottles, 12.50, at " 1.50, at " " 1.00, at Fountain Syringes, 3.50, at " " t.50, at Combination Water1 Bottle aud'Syriugc, 2. 50, tat. 1.50, at. " " " 2.25, at. Ear aud Ulcer Syringes, 25c, at Infant Syriugcs, 25c, at t :J$2;oo . . 1. 00 .. .75 . . 2.0O . . 1. 00 . . '2. OO . . r.oo .. 1.7s .. .17 .. .17 Bristle Goods 11 1 I 1 II tl A Complete Line of Brushes of all Kinds. Military Brushes, $5.00 values for 4.00 2.00 Hair Brushes, $3.50 values for " " 2.25 values for " " 2.00 values for " " 1.50 values for Values as low as 25 cents 3-5 .13.00 .'ji.SO . 2.50 . 1.75 . 1.50 . .1.00 Leather Goods Some very choice Hand Bags and Purses at prices that all can reach. 95.00 values at 3,50 values at 2.00 values at 1. 00 valu...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 7 January 1910

r.i BY THE LITTLE ONES. Amusing aylnga Out of tht Mouthi of Babes. Mrs. Neighbors It's too bad of yoa, Mildred, to worry your rontnma so. Little Mlldred-Ituh, you don't know mamma! Sho worries mo more thnn t worry her! Mother Hnrold, why did you tako your little sister's candy this morning) Small Harold I don't know, maui ma. Perhaps I'm n kleptomaniac. Mttle Ethel (looking at plctttro books) Kltnor, where do you a'posc Adam got tho names for nil the nnlmals? Small Elmer-Why, from tho diction, ary, of course Mttlo Irene I found n four leaved clover today. That means good luck. Small Klmcr-IIuh, I found n horso- shocl That means still better luck. Little Irene How do you know? Small Elmer 'Cause I can sell It for 2 cents. "Hero is a picture of a thimble, Emerson," said tho ltoston teacher. "Now, can you tell mo what n thimble Is?" VA thimble," answered small Emer son, "Is n diminutive truncated cone, convex on Its apex and scmlporforated with symmetrical lndotitntloiiH."-C'hl-cugo Ne...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 7 January 1910

How do you sleep? Every Emmerich Feather Pillow lias attached the Emmerich Guarantee Certificate An Insurance policy guaranteeing the pillow to be filled with feathers which are thoroughly cured, cleansed, odorless, and purified. Insures the purcheser entire pillow satisfaction, or money refunded. About your life bed. If you good can Well? one-third is spent of in don't you sleep work Our Pillows Are Guaranteed so arc our Mattresses and Springs. It will pay you to get our prices f on Bedding before you buy. Remember the place Chief! Mrcri OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE A small payment down, a small payment weekly Local News. Rather mornings. cool arc some of these New attorney in town. Ask Geo. J. Perkins about it. Good resolutions arc beginning. to lose their attractiveness. How ofteu have you made it "1909" since January first? Wonder if Cook has made any good resolves for the coming year. Legal blanks, "For Rent" cards Review office. "For Sale" nnd for sale at the Mrs. W. E. Swcngcl, who ha...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 7 January 1910

FRAUD ORDERS. The Way Our PostoffJce Inspectors Protect the Public When a person or firm Hint In un known to the postofllce Inspectors be gins to receive large quantities of let ters the Inspectors begin to investi gate. They visit the oQlce of the con cern and learn what they can. If It Is a legitimate and honest business It Is not Interfered with. But If It looks "shady," If it happens to be a mining or land scheme that offers largo re turns upon the Investment of money, tbo Inspectors abstract n dozen or so of the Incoming letters from the mall, get the names and addresses of the writers and then roscnl the letters nnd permit them to be delivered. The next move for the Inspectors Is to visit the persons whoHv names and addresses were taken from the letters and to get from them the correspond onco of the supposed fraudulent con cern. With this the Inspectors "make" a case and either cause the arrest of tlio dishonest persons or ennso a "fraud order" to be Issued against IL A "frau...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 14 January 1910

IIlsforicAl Society ST. JOHNS REVIEW IT'S NOW UP TO YOU GET IN THE HABIT a tfrfrtMw hi TOM Pttm mt y M tm n&ti It Hi M mm i km rfcM at H To Mkterite fer THIS Pptr. AM tht am white H U ntwi b r mtto. Cat) la tad taroll Darottd to (Im iBtMMts of tat PMlBMila, tht Manufacturing Center of the NorthwMt VOL. 6 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 14. 1910. NO. 10 ROBERT MAPLE DIED FRIDAY Had Been a Resident of St. Johns 20 Years Robert Maple died at his home on the corner of Fcsscnden and Lively streets Friday evening of last week at the ripe old age of 88 years. "Daddy" Maple, as he was familiarly called by the great majority of our citizens, had long been a resident of St. Johns. In fact it has been twenty years since he built his home on the location stated above, and he has seen St. Johns grow from a wilderness to a modern and up-to-date city. For a quarter of a century Mr. Maple Imd been employed at a Morrison street marble cutting establishment in Portland in plain sight of thousa...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 14 January 1910

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW Published Every Friday At 117 Weit Burlington Street. BY A. W. MARKLE Tun RBVIKW is entered at post office In 8alnt Johns, Oregon, as mail matter of the second class under the Act of Cot) great of March 3, 1879, at mill tor Job I'rlntlnr tih on dtllttrr. All Bmnnlestlons should b sddrttitd to TM HSTltw, HU Johns. Orion. AdrartlilB ratal. SI. 00 ear Inch ear month, All adfsrtlilnc bllla ptrttlt Brit of wh month. OffldU Msirtpsptr of ths City of It. okas. Subiorlptlon price $1,00 per year. FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1901. Candidates for the postmastcr ahip of St, Johns arc looming up daily. There arc now 11 number of prospective candidates with more to hear from. Postmaster Vnlen tine's term expires the first of July, and there seems to be plenty who would gladly step into his shoes The position is getting to be quite a lucrative one. Dr. Brotighcr has resinned the pastorate of the White Temple in Portland and accepted n call to Los Angeles. The Dr. lias been cm nently s...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 14 January 1910

It will pay you well to examine these sewing ma chines before you buy. They have ail modern im provements and labor saving de- T vices. Warranted for 10 years. Exactly like cut, only $22.50 $5.00 down, $5.00 Monthly OUR PRICES ARE fLESS because we don't have to pay an agent several days wages to sell one machine. Local News. t We are from Iowa. Where arc you from? Bouham & Currier, h. E. Brouwer of Newberg spent Sunday at the home of his old friend, Councilman J. h. Ilillcr. Remember the basket ball and dance in the .skating rink tonight It will be well worth attending. Go A young daughter came to glnd den the home of C. IS. Royer, 317 West Polk street, Saturday, Jun. 8. Gov. J. II. Fletcher has been suffering from a severe attack of the grippe for the past couple of weeks, but is somewhat improved at this writing. Cabinet Machines $40.00 Wo send them out on trial. Remember the place Chief Mrc OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE A small payment down, a small payment weekly TANTALU M New Electri...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 14 January 1910

TWIUT MAN. At On Tim H Was Mora Useful Than Ornamental. Do yoa know bow "the bout man," who piny so Important 11 imrt In mar riages that have tiny pretense to be fashionable, once upon n time In Swo llen occupied n position tbat was use ful ns well ns ornamental? In olden days the Swedish bride groom found It desirable. In fuct, to havo several "best men" to defend blm from the assaults of rivals and prevent them from carrying away his brldo. Tho Scandinavian warrior of ancient times was far too lofty In his Ideas to condescend to plead for a maiden's band. So bo patiently wait ed until some other man who was more gallant bad obtained the fair one's consent. Then when all tho details Imil been nicely arranged tho proud warrior. with n body of well trained n'tuliiiTn. dashed down on the wedding parly and, If strong enough, carried nway tho brldo. Tho "best men" (and It was very w- scntlal that they should be the heal men In those days) therefore berame necessary fixtures to marriage ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 21 January 1910

nifforlcni Society ST. JOHNS REVIEW IT'S NOW UP TO YOU To mtMcrKx for THIS Paptr. AM tbt mi whlk It U newt I ut motto. Cttl la and enroll GET IN THE HABIT Of atMrtMef hi THM Ptw aa4y1 mrm regret M. B fto tt mm u4 kt rbjU H M Davoted to tin IntemU of the Penlniula, (he Miaufacturlng Center of the Northwert VOI,. 6 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 21. 1910. NO. ti LIVELY DOINGS AT RINK Affair a Splendid Success in Every Way The St. Johns skating rink was the scene of a very lively seance Wednesday night. The sporting element of this city was represented in good style, and the progrntn pre pared by the Firemen's Athletic club for the evening s entertain ment was first class in every respect and thoroughly enjoyed by the as sembled multitude. The principal event of the evening and around which the most liveliest interest centered was the wrestling match between Kid Welch of Salt Lake City and Chas. "Stranglcr" Smith of Portland. The preliminaries were a wrestling match between a coupl...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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