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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 11 February 1903

Wednesday, February n, 190) OFFICIAL RECORDS. The following instruments were filed at the Baker county court house during the week ending Feb. 10, 1003. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. DEEDS. May 3 Ja York nnd wf to. Mary Bratton, 10 acres in se) sec 9 tpOMOe 500 Sep 30 M M Kear and lid to M E Himillton, int in lot 8 blk 5 Bournu 350 Aug 12, '01 T M Lavin and wife to David and X B Morris, e 76 ft lota 7 and 8 blk 1 of Sumpter Heights adn 350 Jan 28 Frank Schlund and wifo to Francis Radish, lots 7 and 8 blk 5 Boyds adn Baker City .... 1450 Jan 22 M E Neal to J W French, lots 1 and 2 blk 7 Parkers adn Baker City 18C0 Jan 15 Wm K Davis and wifo to P A Larson, lots 1 and 2 blk 54 Wlllowvalo 300 Oct 13 Belle E Buchnum and hd to J A Kissell, wJiJ lots 3 and 4 blk 1 Sunnyside adn Sumpter... 450 Jan 3 Frona Govor and hd to E II Masterson, tract in sees 23 and 20 tp 0 a, r 45 o 2700 June 0, '01 J II Kelly to A Case, 120 acres in sec 18 tp 7 r38o... 150 Aug 11, '07 John I Ilibbard and wifo to Thos G Y...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 11 February 1903

4 THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, February n, 190? ANCIENT MINING AND SMELTING. Supposod to be Where King Solomen Secured His Treasure. Rhodesia, or British Zambesia, ranks among thu chief gold'bcaring countries of thu world. Thu ancients mined ami carried away unonnoiiH quantities of thu precious motal, lint under thu scientific mining Hystoms of thu pruscnt day their operations will 1)0 greatly surpassed. In thu recoiitly published work on thu "Ancient Ruins of Ithodcsiti," thu aiitliorn, Messrs. Mall and Neal, en deavor to discover who thu ancients went and whlthur thu gold went. Perhaps Rhodesia whh thu ancient land of Ophir, thu land of thu iiiVHto rloiiH "King SoIoiiioii'h mines," hut thu theory is strongly combated by somu in vestigators. Thu ancient gold workings aru thu basis of tiKNluru workings. For every ten square miles of KIkmIhIii thero was one ancient mine; that Ih, there aru 76,- uuu oki Holes, which ineaiiH that a stupendous wealth wnH dug out of thu earth before thu ...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 11 February 1903

Wednesday, February n, 1903 THE SUMPThR MINER 5 IMPROVEMENTS ON OLD PROCESSES. In Time One Hundred Per Cent of Noble Metals Will be Saved. Forty years ago .the pick and pan saved probably forty per cent of the gold in material the miner handled with much toll and many disappointments. Modern methods have changed this so that with the stamp mill and amalgam plates the modern miner is plugging away day and night to the tuno of a saving of only about seventy-live per cent of the gold values that we ought to get. In other words, we put a gold dollar in at one end of the mill, and when it comes out at the other it is only seventy five cents. We are just as fooiish and short-sighted as were those other miners forty years ago, and twenty years from to-day we shall be the laughing stock of miners yet to come. Already the first important improve ment over the stamp mill and amalga mating plates has come in the form of the cyanide process, which saves from ninety-five to ninety-seven per cent...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 11 February 1903

ft COVERS THOROUGHLY THE GOLD FIELDS of the INLAND EMPIRE EASTERN INVESTORS IN OREGON MINES Pay for AND READ IT ii I ' TALK OF THE TOWN. Hoy II. Miller returned on Monday from a tri to Knluin nnd Portland. J. D. Fawcett, of thu 1'avcho mi no, registered at tho Hotel Sumpter today. V. W. Itohhlna left on Monday forn fuw dayt visit with IiIh family in 8o kauo. F. H. JjicIc, onu of Haker City'H min iK oK!ratorN, camu up from below on Sunday. Frank N, JonkliiH, formerly- a typo of Sumpter, vumu up from Iiakcr City yesterday. II. A. .Stewart, one of the city dadti of Alamo, huh a visitor in thu metropolis on Sunday. V. C. Cutlur, a IiiihIiiuhh man of linker City, reentered at the Hotel Sumpter on Monday. J. C. Wooley, miuo owner, livery man and town marshal of Granite, wiih in .Sumptur on Sunday and Monduy. Another bltf loail of suppliuH waa Hhlpied to tlio Iron Dyko miuo, at thu head of MuNumoo K"h:h, yuHterday. Minn Klllu (irizzlu, night hullo girl at thu Sumptur telephone station, lef...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 18 February 1903

, VOL. IV. SUMPTER, OREGON, FEBRUARY 18, 190J. NO. 24. HOME PEOPLE INVESTING. MANY APPLICATIONS MADE FOR STOCK IN THE HIGHLAND GOLD MINES. Heretofore Parties Disposing of Stock With Which to Develop Local Mining Prop erty Had to Seek Capital la the East Now People of the Near Vicinity Seek Such Investments. Genorally, in a mining community, where there aro numerous companies being formed every week, for the pur pose of developing the property of aomo individual or corporation. There la very little interest manilested in the enter prlae, in the way of local persons be coming interested in the same financ ially; in fact, the capital which has developed the mines of eastern Oregon has, almost without exception, come from the people in the east, and, natur ally, the returns from these invest ments go out of the district, where are located the mines producing many mil lions of dollars each year. This state of affairs is rapidly chang ing, as tho people Of the district, aro beginning to r...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 18 February 1903

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, February 18190$ iJ ,1 A MINERS LIFE DESCRIBED FROM A TENDERFOOT HE BE COMES A SKILLED WORKMAN. Some of the Various Dtgrres Through Which an Undcground Miner Muil Pats Before He is a Past Matter of the Art Hla Longing to Strike it Rich for Himtelf. The. vocation of tho mincris inoro or less.hatardotiH, Imt 1h tilled with a degree of excitement. No matter whether liu Imi working in tliu hardest kind of borusea, lio !h always looking anxiotiHly to see what tliu nuxt Hhot will bring forth. Kvory changu in tliu rocky fitcu of tliu tunnel or shaft liu may bo working in. 1h carefully noted, iiml tho hoK) that tliu iioxlhlaHt will bring him into honauzit, never weakens. This Iiomi, itnil tliu consequent ox citumuiit, cauHuH li I tit to laltor harder without feeling ItH effects at tho timu, than liu would if pursuing soinu oilier form of employment. It matturH not whether tlm miner Ih working for him tuslf, for an individual or for hoiiiu strong company, his inte...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 18 February 1903

.'! i Wednesday, February 18, 1903 THE SUMPTER MINER ANNOUNCEMENT i ON FEBRUARY 20TH, 1 903, NEIL J. SORENSEN & CO. WILL FILL ALL ORDERS RE CEIVED FOR STOCK OF THE HIGHLAND GOLD MINES CO. A Sumpter, Oregon, Corporation. ? The First Allotment of 100,000 Shares will be Placed on the Market at That Date to be Disposed of at Six (6) Cents Per Shared TO INVESTORS Having been successful in financing the Friday Gold Mining Company, we now deslrn to announce that we huve bean appointed tlnnncinl agents of tliu lllCillLANl) GOLD MINKS COMPANY, a Sumpter, Oregon. corporation, which recently purchased and now owns tliu Knnpp Group of Mines, consisting of four claims, situated in tliu llluo MounliiiiiH of Eastern Oregon, on the main Klkhorn divide between the headwaters of Crackur Creek and Hock Creek, about eiuht miles from the City of Sumpter, linker county, Oregon. Colonel M l Kolimire, K. M., of linker City, Oregon, one of the most competent and conservative mining engineers in the Nort...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 18 February 1903

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, February i8, 1903 Li The Sumpter Miner PUBLISHED SVSRY WBDNBSDAY BY JAMES LOGIE fcntrred at lh pottofflce In Sumpter, Oregon, lor trantmlttlon through the mallt at tecornl clatt matter. ON CRACKER SUMMIT. SUHSCRIPTION HATES One Year Six Muniht ttt.OO 'J ALWAYS IN ADVANCE. It !h really too bail tlio fltruiKlits, financial unci otliurwisu that the Itouku feller family aru nutting into. John eun not HwitiK tho senate an lie would desire mid Willian is no impecunious lie in afraid that liecittit pay IiIh taxuH. There Ih oiiu imbcck for this afliicti'il pair, they havu thu coiiNolation of religion. Preparations are Made (or Ex tensive Work on the Vein. slbly be, with those of the North Pole, carrying the name greenish, arsenical stain ub found in the Immensely rich ores of the district. Which a llttlu thought Ih devoted to the subject, thuni are hoiud crumbs of comfort after all in thin blackmailing business in mining cainpH to which Alining .imirnuls have ca...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 18 February 1903

1 Wednesday, February 18, 1905 THE SUMPTER MINER !irirtiMtoMtiimiwttiMtam altMtetafctaMi(MtaMtfcMfttltaMM(Ml CRACKER EAGLE SOARS! if u IT WILL not be long before the Opportunity to Se cure this Stock will have Passed Beyond Your Reach. When it was First Offered we Advised you candidly that this Stock would rapidly be taken, and also Advance to Much Higher Figures. The demand for Cracker Eagle has been Strong and Constant. Investors very early discovered that it Measured up to the Requirements of an almost Ideal Proposition. The Calcium Light of Investigation made it Stand Out in Bold Relief. Light, in fact, was necessary to a full appreciation of its Intrinsic Value. Hence almost every thorough examination has fruited in a Purchase. The Property is Looking Better Every Day and assures us that the making of a Good Mine is in Process of Evolution. The Mammoth Fissure Vein is 250 Feet Wide and has a Large Body of Good Milling Grade Ore. Drifts on the Ore Shoots are Opening a Quality of...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 18 February 1903

Wednesday, February t8, 1909 Storm King is Guaranteed THE SUMPTEK MINKK J V D 0 p C (D (U D 0 (0 Hi bJ) C L. 0 (J (0 r LOSS IMPOSSIBLE A BUSINESS CONCERN BUSINESS PRINCIPLES Forest Mining Company An investment in the stock of this company is better than an investment in Bonds. Two shifts of men now engaged sinking a shaft on the Storm King Group of Mines. The shaft is in ore all the way down j j . Storm King Group, Cable Cove District, .January 4th, 11)03.. iiiing Co. Shire our crew returned to work on the 2ith of December, work has steadily tirngroseil, o than we were when we laid oil' for Christum. My hut average sample assayed 382.45 3 per cent Copper. The ore is now becoming more impregnated with Galena. T. .1. Costello, President Koicst Mining Co Dear Kir We are now in better oit Ciold; 80.18 Silver, and lleseetfiilly, J. L. CODY, Sii)criiitciident. our system and methods. I We solicit your thorough investigation of Write for Hearts, I'rospectus, and Maps of thin Great Group of...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 18 February 1903

Wednesday, February 18, 1903 THE SUMPTER MINER THERE IS GOLD IN THIS TUNNEL FOR YOU tF F p tP fctcF tF tP tp ftF e5r tr r fcsr tr THE MAGNOLIA IS A MINE It is equipped with a complete modern 10-stamp mill. No company in the state has better buildings, boarding and bunk houses, barns, shops, etc. These improvements cost $50,000. There is over 1700 feet of workings on the vein. The tunnels are connected by up raises. The lower level is in over 700 feet, having a vertical depth of 400 feet. There Is blocked out and on the dumps ore worth more than 300,000, with an aver age value of eleven dollars a ton in gold, which is increasing every foot gained in depth. THE MAGNOLIA WILL PAY DIVIDENDS IN 1903 550,000 is needed, with which to double the mill capacity and put in a cyanide plant, which will place the property on a dividend paying basis. There are no "ifs or ands," conditions or contingencies qualifying this statement. It is as sure and certain as anything can be in the realm of human...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 18 February 1903

8 THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, February 18, 1909 i f r . I AT THE CITY HALL. Business Transacted at Last Meeting of the Council. the At tin) regular moating of tlio city council on liiHt TliurHilny night, thu fol lowing ImihIiichh was transacted: An ordinance wim passed for tlio tax ing and killing of dogs and to repeal ordinance No. 132. Tlio dog tax wiih placed at 2 formates and f.r for females, and tlio law Is inoro Htrict than tlio former one. An ordinance creating thu olllco of city scavenger, dellnlng IiIh duties and MiworH and fixing IiIh compensation. I lis salary wiih placed at (20 pur mouth, and IT) per cunt on collection of oll taxes etc. An ordinandi to provide for the pro tection of electric light plants in thu city of Similiter and to provide for a hiiIII- ciuiiliiud continuous supply of light to fa id city. Tim mayor made tlio following ap pointments which were continued by thu ceuncil: N. (J. Ilicliards as city attorney ; and Mr. Longill as city m-av uugur. Thu follo...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 18 February 1903

Wednesday, February 18, 190$ THE SUMPTER MINER FORTUNES IN SIGHT. An Idea of What a Sumpter Mine Has in Reserve. Very little ia known of tho great Columbia mine in the Cracker Creek flection. The management no doubt being averse to giving out information to the public. However, it ia the husl neaa of the writers on a mining journal to secure reliable news, of all mines possible and lay the facta before their readers, as long aa doing so works no injury on any one. On the surface the vein of the Colum bia mine has an average width of eevanty-two feet. It is opened by tun nels to a depth of 350 feet. The rich ores sometimes lie on the foot, and sometimes on the hanging wall. At present there is above their tunnel level over 30,000 tons of ore which will average fU per ton in gold. Below their tunnel level the abaft has reached a dopth of 850 feet. At each 100 feet levels have been run from this shaft which in the aggregate have explored thousands of feet of ground, and from these leve...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 18 February 1903

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, February i8, 190$ IO v I i MINING CAMP BLACKMAILERS. Fair Description of This Des picable Class Who Infest Mining Communities. Mutt W. Aldornon, an old tlmo Mod tnmi nuwHpapur innii, ptibllaliea in the Western Mining World IiIh views on tho milling camp bliiclcmitllor which is here by kIvoii in full. Tho cupidity of Homu people in mining camps iilmoHt HiirpiiHHeH comprehension. With news of hoiiiu mining deals having been consummated or of onu about to lo brought to a successful issne, such peo ple Htp in to nee it they cannot gut n part of the proceed. Tho more lively the camp and tho more numeroiiH the transactions, thu more plentiful tho vampires of IIiIh character. In old mining ramps, suffering a dec line, or in thoNU where hoiiiu onu or more proKrth'H are mippoHed to bo worked out, and where hoiiio one Htill haHiilittlu faith and Ih willing to hIiow it in work or in an endeavor to interest hoiiiu onu uIhu to prospect for leadH uncovered or for oru ...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 18 February 1903

Wednesday, February 18, 1903 THE SUMP1ER MINER A MINE THAT YOU KNOW I AM OFFERING STOCK IN THE GOLCONDA CONSOLIDATED GOLD MINES COJMPANY To raise sufficient funds to make certain additions to the present equipment of that admirable property. Briefly, it is proposed to do the following werk: 1st. Install a new dep sinking hoisting plant; 2nd. Increase the stamp mill and reduction facilities; 3rd, Increase the water power to handle the" new reduction plant, and also to furnish sufficient electric light, etc., and electric power to run the drills, hoisting plant, etc. 4th. Put in a large cyanide plant. 5th. Do about five thousand feet more of underground work ings, etc. To do this work as it should be done, will require an expendi ture of several hundred thousands of dollars, and the sale of stock, which has been authorized by the Board of Directors, is to provide the necessary funds, and for no other purpose. The merits of the Golconda mine as a producing property are so well known AT...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 18 February 1903

Wednesday, February 18. iqoj 12 THE SUMPTER MINER i ' TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNK 3, 1878. NOTICE rOK PUBLICATION. United Suits UnJ Office, j La Grande. Oregon, Dec 19. igo. I Notice li hereby given Hut In compliance with the provisions of the act of congress of June , I88, en titled "An act for the tale ofllmber lands In the tutet of California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington Ter ritory," at emended to all the Public Land states by (CI of August 4, I8s, OLIVER TII1DS, of McEwen. county of Haher, state of Oregon hat this day filed In this olfice his sworn statement No. Irai, for the purchase of the nw 1-4 sw l- of lection No. In township No. to south range No. j8 IJWM. and will offer proof to show that the land sought It more valuable for Its timber or ttone than for agricultural purpose!, and to establish his claim to said land before t-rank L Moore, United States Commissioner, at Maker City, Oregon, on Tuesday, the loth day ol March, tool lie Names as witnesses: Alex liett, of McEwen, Or...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 18 February 1903

i i Wednesday, February 18, 1903 THE SUMPTER MINER ' OFFICIAL RECORDS. The following inBtrumenta were filed at the Bakur county court house during the week ending Feb. 17, 1003. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. DEEDS. Feb 30 Lincoln et al to Llbby Woods, lots "to 12blk O, Hunt ington 550 Dec 20 Sheriff to Mrs L E Miller, mortgage tax on lot 1 blk 0 Baker City 10 Jan 3 Luther D French to D J Davis, 320 acres in sees 23 and . 24 tp 10 r 37 e 1500 Apr 20, '01 Ceo E Allen and wf to Frank W Allen, lot 1 blk 14 Warren Heights, Sumpter 125 Oct 10, '01 P W Dana to F W Eppinger, 100 acres in sec 8 tp 9r40 e 75 Dee 20, '01 Sheriff to W II Mead, for taxes, lots 11 and 12 blk 7 and lots 1 to 4 blk 22 Stewarts 2nd adn, Baker City 5 Jan 10 E Clieu and hd to Louis Komlsky, etf lots 17 and 18 blk 13 in Sumpter Heights adn .... 1 Dec 29 J P Klnnison and wife to W L Williams, 100 acres in sees 25 and26tpfl r43e 1000 Jan 16 Geo M Moody and wife to Schulzand Brombaugh, e 25 ft. lots 4 aud 5 blk 1 Richland. ... 5...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 18 February 1903

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, February 18, 190$ 4 1 r THIS IS THE METAL AGE. AND INVESTMENTS MADE MINES OF MERIT PAY. IN Comparisons Drawn Between Mining and Other Branches of Business There are no More Fakes in Mining Than in Other Vocations Considered by Many as Much More Legitimate, This Ih pre-eminently h metal age. It must become more and more ho, during the present century. Tlien, too, tliu improvements In machinery and in the methods of mine development nmko mining prolltnlilu today where even tun yunrH ago it would liuvu been an abso lute failure. Some of the greatest dividend payers on til Ih continent are riinniiiK on ore that Ih worth only from fli to 0 a ton. In fact, tlio success of a mine, ho far uh dividends are concerned, does not do M3iul iiH)ii the richness of the ore nearly no much uh it does upon Intelligence, economy, the use of the moHt improved machinery and the possession of an un limited quantity of low grade rook. Then, and this has probably been tho direct ...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 18 February 1903

Wednesday, February i8, 190$ THE SUMPTER MINER 1? TWO KINDS OF MINES. One for Companies and An other for Individuals. Some people do not'appear to realize that there are two Kinds of mines in every district. That is, one class of mines that should only be worked by a company, and another class than can only be made to pay when worked by individuals. No doubt this statement may appear strange to those who have not given the subject much thought, but it is true nevertheless. ' To illustrate; should a prospector have a small vein, or a number of them. If he is a practical man, he can associ ate with himself two, three, or more competent persons, they can, by doing all the work themselves, develop the vein, or veins, extract the ore and market it. By this method they may realize in tho long run probably much tnoro than wages, and if frugal, in time will have a competence if not a fortune, If on the other hand, this same prop erty was merged into a stock company, the expenses of incorpor...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 18 February 1903

COVERS THOROUGHLY THE GOLD FIELDS of the INLAND EMPIRE eastern; investors IN OREGON MINES Pay for AND READ IT EXPERT TALKS OF THE MAGNOLIA Says it Should Produce Bul lion in April. TALK OF THE TOWN. M. J. and W, M. Koelama, viaited the Magnolia mining property near Granite Monday. Mr. M. J. Koelama waa aeen yesterday by a Minkk represent itive and gave tho following account of hia impressiens: Last fall, in the Interest of eastern people of means, Mr. Koolsma senior, thoroughly examined unci sampled the Matnoliu. Ilu wan ho well pleased with the proKirty that he recommended itn purchase, hut for hoiiiu runNon the deal WHH llOt IIIU(ll). Last Monday wan the third tlmo he had visited ami inspected the mine. He states that the Ajux vein, on which the tunnel in now being driven, has Im proved materially to what It wax at the time of any pruvioiiH visit. It shows more regularity in itn llsauriug, to uhu IiIh metluMl of description, than in any of the other workings or old HtopeB. TIiIh t...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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