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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 5 September 1901

Hot Weather at White Comb Honey, I pound comb well filled uVjc Tbia Honejr is extra fine and absolutely pure, as we buy. direct. Whits Sage Strained Honey, , . .1 2) :'c Strained Honey (Amber) x. nc Three cans Pork and Beans 25c Fresh Whole Wheat Biscuit 15c California Full Cream Cheese, per pound. 15c Oregon Full Cream Cheese, per pound 16c No. 1 Sour Pickles, extra fine, in bulk Huyler's Cocoa Shells, large package 10c McLaren's Imperial Cheese, per package 15c Pickled Pigs Feet, 3 for , 10c Soap, 6 bars 25c White Cotolene and Nut Butter Morning Meal, the popular breakfast food, reduced to 10c Thi ii not old tock, but ia absolutely fresh, because we eell lote ol it and guarantee every package. COFFEE... Nothing better than Chase & Roast Mocha and Java. Try our "Leader" in cheap Roast any 20c tonee oougnt elsewhere; we 11 stand by the verdict. In Vegetables and Small Fruits we aie well supplied at present, Water Melons, Nutmegs, Tomatoes. Green Corn, Cucumbers, etc. Crawford Pe...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 5 September 1901

LtT ME BEGIN ANEW. " Lord God, Thou letteet the green thlncs tart A new life every year; Out of their sunktn selves they rtas, Erect and sweet and clear; Behold the lily's pure white leaves - I'nfoldtne; by each mere. Again the aap mounts In the fir Through every swelling vein; Again the clover it In and thrill. Hesponslv to the rain; Again the tender grafts makes graea The Ions breast of the plain. Hear the new, the golden flood of song, The lark pours forth to the blual Behold the strong, undaunted shoot Pushing Its brava front through The fallen tree. Lord (too, Lord Ood. Let me begin anew! Out of my own self let mi rlsa, For, Ood. If It can ba A new and r.oble growth may spring From yon decaying tree Surely a strong, pure life may mount Out of this life of me. Ella Hlagtnson. In the Pacific. ZXXXX2 THE GRINGO By Frederic C. Thorn pun. tCoprHSSt, ISM, bj ahUwi Sr4laM.J TNBIDE Manuel's contlna the Airier- lean music box wan playing, thai was nothing unusual, lor, from morn' Ing to...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 12 September 1901

' V V V V -.' ' '' ' v" mtitf. . VOL. XVII. GRANTS PASS. JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER la, 1901. No. 42 r1 t ' 4 00,000 Shares Ot $1 per share, or $50,000 of the Capital Stock of the Oregon Nat ural Gas, Oil & Mining Company, is now offered for sale to the general public for 10 cts. on the Dollar or 10 cts. a Share. This money will be used in drilling an Oil well on lands that are controlled by this company, which is in the center of the Oil District known as the North Grants Pass Oil district. This company ' has contracts on the following well known ranches in this District. They have all signed a card similar . to this, Mrs Mary L, Jordon, James Deveny, t G M Savage, J J Fryer, John Deveny, B B Ochiltree, V J Savage, Mrs Jessie Deveny, ,.. B B Ocheltree, Dr W H Flanagan, V M Bishop, J G Dotson, J S Harvey, J N Carter, The above ranches embrace 3everal thousand acres of land of the best indications for Oil that our agents could find on the Pacific Coast and they...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 12 September 1901

ROGUE RIVER COURIER GRANTS TASS, OREGON. Published Every Thursday. Subscription Rates : One Year, in rdvaDce, (Six Months, . - ." . Three Months, blngle Copies, ... 91.25 .S .36 .06 Advertising Rates Furnished on application at the oflice, or by mail. A. E. VOORHIES, PnoPR. & Mkob FRED MENSCH, - Editor Entered at the post oflice at 0 rants Pss, Oregon, a second-class mail matter. THURSDAY, SKl'TEMBER 12, 1901. Everyman who bears Biich a name as Cxolgoei should be arrested and made to show cause. A dispatch from Pittsburg. 1'., Sept. 11th, concerning the strike, lays that no ettleuient ia vet being effected. Amal gamated members convicted of violence will be dropped (mm membership. Ten year ia the maximum penalty which can be givcu Czolgoss if McKinley lives. In view of I his weak penalty it seems a pity the olice were not a little slower in rescuing him from the vengeance of the people. The annual re-union of Southern Ore gun pioneers su held at Ashland last Thursday. These are ...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 12 September 1901

We are Digging for Business Not turning over ground, but constantly turning over ' GROCERIES mill CROCKERY We have everything you may need for your winters' supplies. Come in and see us dig up prices. Our Motto : QUALITY, QUANTITY & Dairy Salt in 50s Half-Ground, or Stock Salt 50s. Box of Soda Crackers, 1 1 lbs gross Petite Prunes, to close out Evaporated Peaches, not new stock Morning Meal, 2-lbpkg rolled wheat White Comb Houey, 1 lb frames. 25 lbs Pink Beans No. 1. Green Salvador, 8 pounds for. . Coffee Something a little better, 7 pounds for 1 00 Best Guatatnala Caracat 20c In Roast Coffees we have something good at 7 pounds for 1 00 Or, we can give you a good Mocha and Java, 3 pounds for 1 00 In Teas, we have all the leading kin 3s, a very good sun dried at 50c Pickles in kegs. All kinds of Syrups and Sorghum. Our Rolled Oats aie tresh. Remember the place, White H. Opposite Post Office. Our New Stock of Air -Tight Heaters..... Has Just Arrived. Cramer Bros. ODD FELLOWS BLOCK...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 12 September 1901

HEAVEN. O city bullded not by human hands. And atretchlng far beyond alt reach of thought. Whose myriad mansions, ' beautiful and 1 grand, Are far beyond what human hands hav wrought; That city hath no need of nun or moon. No dawn there break nor evening shad ows fall; 'Tin one unbroken and eternal noon. The glory of the Christ doth light It all. In that bright home shall come no grief or pain. Nothing to mar the perfect Ml; that reigns Within the heart of all who truer In. Up I rum the throne akfer.i, ire glad new song That only the redeemed from earth can sing "AH blessing, glory, praise and power be long Unto the Lamb, our Saviour and our King!" This earth of ours Is full of beauty rare What else could, be when made by Uod'i own hand? Tet all thfe beauties but dim shadows ere Of the trunicendfnt glories of that land. No human eye hath st-en, nor ear hath heard, Nor boldest human heart hath e'er eon celvfd The wealth of blensedneis to be conferred On those who have the victory ach...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 19 September 1901

0ntitt MlUf VOL. XVII. GRANTS PASS. JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 19. igou No. 43 50,000 Shares Ot $1 per , share, or $50,000 of the Capital .Stock of the Oregon Nat ural Gas, Oil & Mining Company, is now offered for sale to the general public for 10 cts, on the Dollar or 10 cts. a Share. This money will be used in drilling an Oil well on lands that are controlled by this company, which is in the center of the Oil District known as the North Grants Pass Oil district. This company has contracts on the following well known ranches in this District. They have all signed a card similar to this, Mrs Mary L Jordon, James Deveny, G M Savage, J J Fryer. John Deveny, B B Ochiltree, V J Savage, Mrs Jessie Deveny, B B Ocheltree, Dr V H Flanagan, W M Bishop, J G Dotson, J S Harvey, J N Carter, The above ranches embrace several thousand acres of land of the best indications for Oil tbar-our agents could find on the Pacific Coast and they have been from Washington to Mexico. Y...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 19 September 1901

ROGUE RIVER COURIER preB,0,,r bl,,in ' ! r,RSTPK5n:m Mr in. me, our deep reverence sorrow or hi. Published Every Thursday. Subscription Rates: One Year. In r dvance, Mi Mouths, Three Months, Kindle Copies, - $1 25 .ob .36 .00 Advertising Rates furnished on aiIU'uUuii at Hie ofllce, or by mail. A. E. VOOR.HIES, FKKD MEN SCI1, Pnoj-K. & Msob Kditor Entered at the post otiii-e at (iranta Vi't. uregon, at seeond-clasH mail matter. TnUKSl-UY, SK1TEM13EK 1!), Mil. The internal ional jachl race lias been postponed on account of llie preside nig' death and may not take place until unother year. The American nation ie too deeply plunged in grief to tale intercut in sporting events now. Perhaps the idea is impracticable, but it is wor-hy of mention. Why not gather up all the anarchists, rounding them up lise tnyute.i, ship them in a ho ly to some Island in the sea and there leave them to practice their nefarious uociruie on ouo an Jtiiur. uuui j a more terrible p-nally lie ileall out to t...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 19 September 1901

Ve are Dinging for Business ( Not turning over ground, but constantly turning over GROCERIES mill CROCK15RY We have everything you may need for your o-tniAa.o nm-.i.llrtf rntna in (inrl enn 11 GX rlior 1111 f'llllVIhS C li 1' L'lll- .li i . . . ' ...... . nripps. Our Motto : QUALITY, QUANTITY & PRICE GUARANTEED Dairy Salt in 50s. . . . Half-Ground, or Stock Salt 50s Box of Soda Crackers, 1 1 lbs gross Petite Prunes, to close out : " . . Evaporated Peaches, not new stock. Morning Meal, 2-lb pkg rolled wheat White Comb Houey, 1 lb frames 25 lbs Pink Beans 5c -pHgfp - 4- Coffee No. 1. Green Salvador, 8 pounds for $1 00 Something a little better, 7 pounds for 1 00 Best Guatamala Caracal. 201: In Roast Coffees we have something good at 7 pounds for 1 00 Or, we can give you a good Mocha and Java, 3 pounds for ... . 1 00 In Teas, we have all the leading kin is, a very good sun dried at 50c Pickles in teos All kinds of Syrups and Sorghum. Our Rolled Oats aie iresh. Remember the place, O...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 19 September 1901

OO000OOOOO00OCCtWKOOOS After Twenty Years I By William Wenduanu (Oovirlicbt, U, bj Author. BrndloMs.) MK3. OILLESriK, was distinctly old-fashioned. "Old-fashioned aud out of date and irritable and cranky, by George, air," said he tu himself as he watched the lilue i Uruggle unsuccessfully to leap Into tmiiethiiitr like cheerfulness. "Kven my tire won't burn. . I've jawed every man In the office to-day, quarreled with every cileut 1 have aeen, bullied the janitor and apent the intervening time in hat ing myself. 1 guetis Eastman In right. . I ought to take a vacation, and aee if 1 can't get into tome iort of harmony with things In general." What waa it all worth, anyway these days and nights of toil? To be lire, he waa successful, far beyond the measure that cornea to the average man, bin reputation waa high in the profession the greatest cases came to him, and he generally won them. Ilia name stood lii'h in the communi ty, and honors on the bench or in po litical life waited him at ...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 26 September 1901

IB VOL. XVII. GRANTS PASS. JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1901.' No. 44 50,000 Shares Ot $1 per share, or $50,000 of the Capital Stock of the Oregon Nat ural Gas, Oil & Alining Company, is now offered for sale to the general public for 10 cts, on the Dollar or 10 cts. a Share. This money will be used in drilling an Oil well on lands that are controlled by this company, which is in the center of the Oil District known as the North Grants Pass Oil district. This company has contracts on the following well known ranches in this District. They have all signed,a card similar to this, Mrs Mary L Jordon, James Deveny, G M Savage, J J Fryer, John Deveny, B B Ochiltree, V J Savage, Mrs Jessie Deveny, B B Ocheltree, Dr V H Flanagan, W M Bishop, J G Dotson, J S Harvey, J N Carter, The above ranches embrace .several thousand acres of land of the best indications for Oil that our agents could find on the Pacific Coast and they have been from Washington to Mexico. You know ...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 26 September 1901

ROGUE RIVER COURIER GRANTS PASS, OREliOX. Published Every Thursday. Subscription Rates: One Year, in rdvauec, Hiz Montus, Tbre Months, ... bingle Copies, ... .66 .05 Advertising Rates Furnlidied on application at the oflice, or by mail. a. e. voonniEs, FRED MENSCII, l'noi'B. & Mngk Editor e now OreKon, as ecurid-clas mail matter. THURSDAY, SEPTEMHEK 2rt, V.M. It baa been tUg-treated that handshak ing with t lie president must be diacnn tinueil. This idea does not meet with a ready response in tlie hearts ol our people. Let us rather clear out the anarchists no that Die president can shake bands with hie people without (car of assassination . MEMORIAL EXERCISES. Thursday was Observed Grants Pas aa a Day of Mourning. In The Schley court of inquiry is now in r-essinn to decide t tie merits of this (anions case. I he proeeeiliniis were auhjectrd to a sensational interruption on Tuesday by the sudden death of Judue Jeremiah Wilson, Schley's senior counsel. The jndica had been present...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 26 September 1901

1 i i : r i We are Digging for Business Xot turning over ground, but constantly turning over GROCERIES mid C1JOCK1TI tY We have everything you may need for your i- winters' supplies. Come in and see us dig up prices. Our Motto : QUALITY, QUANTITY & PRICE GUARANTEED ' Dairy Salt in 50s . 75c - Half-Ground, or Stock Salt 50s 50c Box of Soda Crackers, 1 1 lbs gross 60c Petite Prunes, to close out 03c ; Evaporated Peaches, not new stock . . 05c Morning Meal, 2-lbpkg rolled wheat 10c ; White Comb Houey, 1 lb frames i2ic 25 lbs Pink Beans 1 00 Coffee $1 00 1 o 200 No. 1. Green Salvador, 8 pounds for. -. Something a little better, 7 pounds for Best Guatamala Caracal In Roast Coffees we have something good at 7 pounds for ' Or, we can give you a good Mocha and Java, 3 pounds for. . . . . In Teas, we have all the leading kinds, a very good sun dried at Pickles in kegs. All kinds of Syrups aud Sorghum. Our Rolled Oats aie tresh. : Remember the place, personal 00 00 50c . Opposite Post Off...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 26 September 1901

XlIIIIIITTTTllmilTTTTTTT LOVE'S VICTORY By EUzabatfc D. Gifting. ximiTiiiixmimiixxxxx lOoyjrta-b.1, lw, bj Autautt ajtMUoaia.) MRS. OSCAR UKID hurt been for some timo in the hunria of th sophists. 8ae belonged to a North end elub celled "Sons and Daughters ot Propresa." 1 1 m watchword was "The 'Si.bordinatinn of the Individual to the Goodof the Whole." From this point of view it discussed the lending issues of the day, nml arrived ntaouie remark able conclusions. It held, for Instance, that the claims of youth were in every way paramount to those of udsanced afro, inasmuch as childhood hold un told possibilities of rich fruitage y"t in bud, while old titfe wan hutu ripened and emptied sord pod, and even middle life had in most cusc past the zenith of fruition. Some of t lie most projTri aiv members even went no far as to aver that when public sentiment had been sufficiently educated to overcome sentimental prejudice regarding the value of human life. It nilfht lie poa Bible and win...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 3 October 1901

MM VOL. XVII. GRANTS PASS. JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER J.'igox., No. 45 50,000 Shares Ot $1 per share, or $50,000 of the Capital Stock of the Oregon Nat ural Gas, Oil & Mining Company, is now offered for sale to the general public for 10 cts, on the Dollar or 10 cts. a Share. This money will be used in drilling an Oil well on lands tbat are controlled by this company, which is in the center of the Oil District known as the North Grants Pass Oil district. This company has contracts on the following well known ranches in this District. They have all signed a Card similar to this, Mrs Mary L Jordon, James Deveny, G M Savage, J J Fryer, John Deveny, B B Ochiltree, W J Savage, Mrs Jessie Deveny, B B Ocheltree, Dr W H Flanagan, W M Bishop, J G Dotson, J S Harvey, J N Carter, The above ranches embrace several thousand acres of land of the best indications for Oil that our agents could find on the Pacific Coast and they have been from Washington to Mexico. You know that ...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 3 October 1901

ROGUE RIVER COURIER GBAKTS PASS, OREGON. Published Every Thursday. Subscription Rates: Ons Year, iu dvance, Hiz Months. . Throe Months, ... Bingle Coines, . . . .1 Advertising Rates Furnished on application at the ofllce, by mail. A. E. VOOUniES, FRED MENSCn, PllOI'R. & MNOB Editor Oregon, a second-claw mail matter. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 3, 1901, The "servant-girl problem" .continues to be i pioblein, with little prospect ol lulution. Tus reasoa lor this condition ol affair ii not hard to discover. To fill the requirements ol a working girl eat iefuctorily to the majority ol those who employ them requires a tact, talent and general ability that insures success in far wore lucrative and coiiKiiiial lines ol occupation. Good aviTant girls would be pleutilul if the moat of them were not working at ftornutliiug else that they like better. Girls ho can fill the require nients satisfactorily can command butter situations. Arrangements are already being coo sidured for the I.eia and Clarke...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 3 October 1901

We are Digging for Business Not turning over ground, but constantly turning over GROCERIES nml- OltOCrcEIt-Y We have everything you may need for your winters' supplies. Come in and see us dig up prices. Our Motto : QUALITY, QUANTITY & PRICE GUARANTEED Dairy Salt in 50s 75c Half-Ground, or Stock Salt 50s 50c Box of Soda Crackers, m lbs gross Petite Prunes, to close out 60c 03c Evaporated Peaches, not new stock . . 05c Morning Meal, 2-lbpkg rolled wheat.. . White Comb Houey, 1 lb frames. 25 lbs Pink Beans Coffee . .$1 00 1 00 20c No. 1. Green Salvador, 8 pounds for. . Something a little better, 7 pounds for Best Guatamala Caracal .' In Roast Coffees we have something good at T nnnncls for I 00 i Or, we can give you a good Mocha and Java, 3 pounds for 1 00 In Teas, we have all the leading kinds, a very good suu dried at 50c Pickles in kegs. ' All kinds of Syrups and Sorghum. Our Rolled Oats are tresh. Remember the place, personal A Hew Adventure Opposite Pot Office. White House Gro...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 3 October 1901

WHEN THE GEESE GO FLYING. When the gene K0 Hying northward where the clear blue waters are, When you h ar ihr m. like old ladles blithe ly fcnMipii.f ftfur, When thty punr on (1pptiir, flapping up KJl:.tl it.t- fl?ntlr.g iky, Laughlr.ff kii driurce at you, at you top to wutrh thtm fly, How tl.c- u.C, wild longing haunta you, how tin old tctnvv Hut In view Where the vorld wa wide and peaceful ana tut i:n.ple frUnai were true. When the geese go flying northward where the takes, klsatd by the sun. Ia ugh in glad anticipation, oh, for free dom and a aunl Oh, to (ting away ambition and go journey ing atar From the forge and the markets where the weary people are To go stumbling throuich the briars and across the hills attain. Caring nothing for the future or the things mat worry men. There la som thing sweet and luring In the mllnw breess that blows Down among the old gray stubbles where they stand in slanting- rows: There U something In the murmur of the stram that hurries on Through th...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 10 October 1901

. GRANTS PASS, JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER to, 1901.; No. 46 VOL. XVII. 50,000 Shares Ot $1 . per share, or $50,000 . of the Capital Stock of the Oregon Nat ural Gas, Oil & Alining Company, is now offered for sale to the general public for 10 cts, on the Dollar or 10 cts. a Share. This money will be used in drilling an Oil well on lands that are controlled by this company, which is in the center of the Oil District known as the North Grants Pass Oil district. This company has contracts on the following well known ranches in this District. They have all signed a card similar to this, Mrs Mary I Jordon, James Deveny, G M Savage, J J Fryer, John Deveny, B B Ochiltree, W J Savage, Mrs Jessie Deveny, BBOcheltree, Dr V H Flanagan, W M Bishop, J G Dotson, . J S Harvey, J N Carter, The above ranches embrace .several thousand acres of land of the best indications for OiL.that our scents could find on the Pacific Coast and thev have been from Washington to Mexico. You know...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 10 October 1901

ROGUE RIVER COURIER GRANTS PASS, OREGON. Published Every Thursday. Subscription Rates i One Year, In sdvuce, Biz Months, ... Three Months, ... Hingis Copies, . . $125 .66 .36 .06 Advertising Rates Furnished on application at the of flee, or by mall. A. E. VOORHIES, FRED MENSCH, Propr. & Mnor Editor Entered at the pott office at Grants Pes, uregon, as secona-ciass man mailer. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1901. Austrian Anarchists are receiving at tention from the authorities at Rome. A leader of the Reds was arrested Bun day who it believed to have bad designs upon the life of the sued Pope. The an' rchist was armed with a rasor. Now that Oregon has won first pre mlnm on fruit at the I'an American exposition the labeling of Oregon fruit as California fruit should be itrictly pro- lilblted. We do not care to bare Oregon products mo down in this manner. Eugene Register. pect to vote at the next city election, on Monday, Dec. 2d, mutt register before the 1st day of November. This fact j, n...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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