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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 9 January 1901

- Wednesday, January 9, 1401 THE SUMPTER MINER A WONDERFUL GEYSER Malheur County's Remarkable Artesian Well. Of nil the chain of hot springs In cast ern Oregon, extending through Crook, Harney, Malheur, Lake and Kl.imath counties, Vale possesses the most remark able one of all. It Is realy a small geyser, and not so small at that. A stream three Inches In diameter shoots perpendicularly a distance of 36 feet and then sprenJs out In a steaming spray and falls around the main fountain head in a circular form, making a very complete and beautiful cone. The water has a temperature of 210 degrees, and possesses medicinal qual ities, which form a partial analysis, shows equal to those of the hot springs of Arkan sas. The geyser may be said to be partly artificial, and was discovered in a peculiar way. Along the east banks of Snake river, a fourth of a mile from Vale, there Is a suc cession of hot springs that flow from un der the the foothills Into -the river. The hills begin with the ban...

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. — 9 January 1901

XHE SUMPTER lyilNER Wednesday, January 9, .1901 SUMPTER IS HEALTHY. Has a Clean Record, Result of Vigilance. II there K ;i sliiuli-town or cilv in t hi M.'ite nl OreK'"' wlirre I lit- lictllli urn tlitimi Is ciinii.'ir;ilvrly nn;il lo tli.it nf 'Sinniilrr, llirn tint p.jre run r.i.'l.'iiin tlir fact uith prlJr. One ye.-ir :itt,n 1 lit- town u:is ctnlitrd uith h.'ivjiiK ,m rrnpilvi-illsc.'isr known ;is Mli.illpox, ,iikI In f.-ilit v there were too iminy r.iirs hrr? nf the l!ml for cmnfntt, tine or two ol ulili h proved I it;il, uhni tnmplic.-itril with othrr .'itlllitinnt. I he illy .-inlhnriilrv it umptl v tool the in. liter in liiml, plKiiiK A I ll'lller In tli.it c ,i- he.illh oth. 1 1 .nnJ Dr. Hin i .is Uly pliv-lii.in, with the m iillvini', nsnlt tll.il in .i O'liip.it ilkrlv .nr l lime ihe ttoulile M.olnlly IlllJrr i'iiiiMiiI.iiuI lin.illv .st.'iiiipeil out entirely. II i. in tliillilllllv he iiJ dim lh.it Mine the ixt II nl last Nuveiiiher tlieie li.is not lieen ;i cise In Sii...

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. — 9 January 1901

Wednesday, January 9, 1901 THE SUMPTER MINER 7 CENTER OF ACTIVITY. iEastern Oregon Mines Will Occupy That Position. Secretary F. J. Hard, of the Oregon (Mining Stock exchange, who returned re icently from un inspection trip through (eastern Oregon, as a result of his obser vations, is more strongly than ever con vinced that the gold fields of eastern Ore jgon will some day be the center of mining .activity of the civilized world. Being a imlnlng man of experience, and having .seen about every mining camp of any con tsequence between Mexico and the Klon dike, Mr. Hard's observations carry twelght. In speaking of his recent trip through eastern Oregon, Mr. Hard this morning said: "Very few are aware how rapidly Inter est Is increasing in Oregon's great min ing district. A lieht winter and little .snow has enabled prospectors to remain iln the hills; also much open work that or dinarily would have closed down, has iteen kept going. Otherwise, reports of new finds would have ben In. "Ba...

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. — 9 January 1901

8 THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, Januaiy 9. 190' IS THE SMELTER SOLD? August Heinze Reported to Be the Purchaser. Now here Is a story tint Is worth read ing, even If there were not one word of truth,!)! It which Is not Implied In 1 lie remotest degree. I he Kt-ntleiiMii referred to as being the one who h.is Interested August llelnre in the Similiter smelter Is J. K. I'.irdee. He Is a smeller mm of ex perience, who doubted lh.it the plant here could successfully reduce local ore; hut was afterwards convinced that he was mistaken, and so stated publicly. He is a Irlrnd of Mr. Heln.e. This is what the Maker City Herald says on the subject: From authorative sources it is learned tint the proposition of buying the 40-ton smelter pi tut at Similiter has been pre sented to I'. August lleiue, ol lluttc, In an attractive light. It is understood that he has promised to send one of his ex perts Into the dUtrlct to look Into the proposition. The .gentleman who Is know to have hiought the matter b...

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. — 9 January 1901

Wednesday, January 9, 1901 THE SUMPTER MINER COUNTY RECORDS. The following Is the record of official buslntss transacted at the county seat of Baker county for the week ending Tues day, January 8, 1901. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Warranty dJ-Dec t. Wilson Imvf itmcnt Co to Sumpter Townslt. Co, lots 1 anJ 8 klk 1, Sumpter $ )0o Warranty deJ-Dec j. R D McCorJ et ux to F P McCorJ. tot 5 blk jj, McCrary Jn to Baker City goo Warranty JeeJ-Dtc 11. J P Atwooi et ux to P J Brown ct at, tanj aJJoinlng lot 6 blk j, At wooJ aJn, Baker City Warranty JeeJ-Dec t, Q W Collins t ux to A S Shoiklty, lots 11 to j, Inclusive, blk j, Stewart inj aJn, Baker City Warranty dee J-Jan 4. H H Hlndman to S E Thompson, 160 acres In sec )4 tp 10 r jg 500 Quit claim deeJ-Jan 4. W S Bowers et ux to A S Shockley, lots 11 to ai Inclusive blk j, Stewart and aJn, Baker City o Warranty deeJ-Dej j, P Bascht et ux to H M Hlndman, 160 acre's In' sec 14 tpior jo $0 Warranty deed-March t, 'qq, Sarah J WarJ to C W Lewis, lot 9....

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. — 9 January 1901

K) THE SUMPIER MINER Wednesday, January 9, 1901 .fc $ SUMPTER, OREGON s W UMP'IEK is located in the Blue Mountains, 42.29 feet above sea level, healthful climate, and is the commercial, banking, mining and distributing center for the entire district for many miles in all ditections, and, different from most mining towns, it is a model little city ol homes lot the sur lounding district. 1898 1899 1900 &. 1 ! eh T rHE YEARS 1901 and 1902 promises to excel all past records in the giowth of Sumpter, and add many paying mines to our present large number. Well located real estate purchased now will increase many times in value in the next one to three years. Take advantage of the op portunity now offered. POPULATION, 1898, 350; 1899, 1,500; 1900, 3000 Amount Merchandise Carried. December. I NO, S 211,11011 December, .S!I!I, I (Ml, 111)11 December, lllltll, .Till, (Hill Value ol Impiovements. IM0.S, 2.,MIII: 100. I.m.IMMI; 1000, '."( I, I II II I. Brick Buildings. IH'.IM i,; 1800. Ili....

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. — 9 January 1901

Wednesday, January 9, 101 THE SUMPTER MINER 11 OUR GOLD FIELDS. There Are Now 400 Stamps Dropping. Not since the four California miners dis covered gold in Gritlin's ruIcIi In October, 1861, has there been such favorable con ditions for mining as has been experienced In the eastern Oregon gold fields during the last eight months. Willi an early spring and a late fall, with little snow or mud to interfere with travel, the mining industry has progressed as never before in Baker and adjoining counties. While "the woods" have been full of prospectors, and greater development work has been done than ever before, there have been few new Mi Ikes reported of any consequence. This is accounted for by the fact that much of the prospect ing has been done by companies who have bonded old claims and continued the work already done, white the prospecting done on new ground has been simply to hold the property till next year, when a large amount of development work must be done. One year ago there...

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. — 9 January 1901

Wednesday, Januaty 9. igoi 12 THE SUMPTER MINER SUMPTER LUMBER CO. J. B. Stoddard, J. H Robbins, S. H. Bell, Incorporators. At the office of Attorney N. C. Rlch.irds the past werl, nrtkles were drawn for the Incorporation of the Suinnter Lumber rninpany, the Incorporators brine, J. H. Stoddard, .1. II. Kobhins and Seymour II. Itell. The capital slock of the company Is fixed at f 50,000. Dio Siunptrr Lumber company, as known In the past, has been n private en trrprise, conducted by J. It. Stoddard, one of the present Incorporators, and has been one of the most successful mills In east ern Oregon. It Is supposed the Intention of the new company in putting In more money Is to enlarge and otherwise advance the Inter ests of the business, preparatory to a heavy run during the cmiiIiik year'. It has been Unown for months past that Seymour II. Hell has been buying timber lauds In this vicinity, and the presumption Is that lliey were bought for the lumber uud not (or speculation. MAMMOTH'S ...

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. — 16 January 1901

THE SUMPTER MINER VOL. II. SUMPTER, OREGON, JANUARY 16, 1901. NO. 19 ' ; TWO LEDGES TAPPED ONE IN THE EVENING STAR, THE OTHER IN LITTLE GIANT. Tunnel in First Only Sixty Feet in, Lat ter Over I0OO Large Body of Ore Blocked Out and a Ten Stamp Mill Will Be Installed on the Little Giant Buildings Already Finished and Ma chinery on the Ground. Two ledges were cut during the past week, both of which were Important events in the eastern Oregon mining world. One wns the vein on the Evening Star, In the Cable Cove district, Eugene Bar tholf having the contract for driving the tunnel. The location of this ledge was definitely known and was tapped at a distance of only sixty feet, at a depth of forty feet. The tunnel w ill now be driven on the ledge and a large body of ore will be easily and cheaply opened. This prop erty is only 1400 feet from the Gipsy King and Queen groups, the former being operated by a local company and the latter by Boston capitalists, under the manage ment of Mining E...

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. — 16 January 1901

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, Jaruaiy i6. igoi OFFICERS JOHN J. Pl-NHAl.l:, President (fieri. Met. Hunker Mill (ioM MnK -) SUWI'IIW, OMflllN AI.HI-KT GhlSI-N, Vice-President (I'rrilJi'H (Jllrrnt Hank) imki if un l:(IGI:NI: Sl'hKHY, It. C. Pl-NN.AND, Treasurer Secretary Grizzly Gold Mining Company Capital $500,000 In 1,000,000 shares of the narvalueof Fifty Cents Each. Treasury Stock 400,000 shares. FULL PAID AND NON-ASSESSABLE OPPORTUNITY -b. Treasury Stock at TEN CENTS Per Shim CASH BASIS All Cash Purchasers Receive a Discount of Five Per Cent on the Investment. INSTALLMENT BASIS Purchasers May Seoure Stock in Blocks of 1000 Shares and Upwards, Payable 10 Per Cent Down and 10 Per Cent Each Month Until Paid. GRIZZLY STOCK Affords an opportunity for profitable investment that cannot be equaled in the Sumpter District. The mine is now being actively operated and has reached a degree of development practically assuring the stability of the mine. The ledge, carrying high values in gold, ...

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. — 16 January 1901

Wednesday, January 16, 1901 THE SUMPTER MINER 0.' MUST BUILD RAILWAYS Would Develop the District and Build Up Sumpter. What is required to make the mining of ores profitable and also make Sumpter the city it jught to be? The first step of the greatest importance is cheap transporta tion, either by a system of tramways or narrow gauge railroads. To show the importance, one cannot do better than see what this has done for the benefit of other places. At Central City, Colorado, there is a system of narrow gauge railroads winding in every direction, up hill and down, hauling ore in not over two ton cars to the stamp mills of Central City and Black Hawk, without which the immense amount of ore couid not be treated at a profit. At Deadwood, South Dakota, there are two systems of narrow gauge roads and both go to nearly every mine. Both put up ore bins at their own expense for the miner to dump his ore Into. This ore is hauled to the different reduc tion works at the railway freight charge...

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. — 16 January 1901

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, January 16, 1901 The Sumpter Miner Official Paper of the 'limn ot Suinflcr I'liiinsni 11 1 vi in unitisiiAv 11 v C. II. MAKSII ami J suiim:mii'Hii pams (InfYwr SU Months .it in 1. it AIWAYS IS AIIVsSI I. I ulitfit I .1! ttit. iMi.lnftlro In innnl.r. (limtnn f,.r transmission Huiiogli tin- m.ilU as scconj class """"" I Hride has mauv polttfc.il Irlends who will Slav with him as long as he is In the IP II lie possible to mihr a mining e.- ,IKlt, And they do sav that e.vSenator fh.ioge "go" in I'ortl.md, Secretary Hud, Miuhcll will also he a lurtm in the con- oMh.n liistltuil will turn thelth.lv; but PSi, a,, ally ol MiHiide. lilt is shown it l.iohs as II he I. mm ing his good seed on ,(,. ,lc ,,, .M , sn.)rc ;l rc.eectlon, lurien Krouml. (. Knier.il opinion is tlt.it he will throw his strength to Mitchell then look out I HIS Hung ol billing lor some rich ,r ., t(iv;, t01.jlt. ls tollowers will syndicate 10 i e along .iud miry out r,,v , ,s support with an ...

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. — 16 January 1901

Wednesday, January 16, 1901 THE SUMPTER MINER REPORTED SLE OF GOLD RIDGE. F. B. Thome Said to Have Bought From Satt Lake People. A most important deal was consum mated in this city yesterday when Frank B. Thomes, of Butte, purchased all of the mining property and mill of the Gold Ridge Mining company for fi 00,000, the first Installment having been turned over and the purchaser taking the night train for home. The property consists of a number of patented and unpatented claims In Baker county, Oregon, and the corporation mak ng the sale Is a local one, of hlch J. E. Bamberger Is president, C. B. Jack sec retary, and Joslah Baruett treasurer, With David Keath as one of the principal stockholders. The gentlemen named and their associ ates have held the property for abwt five years, and during that time have spent a great deal of money In opening the mine and equipping it with a mill. It has pro duced considerable, but nothing outside of a little development work has been at tempted be...

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. — 16 January 1901

6 THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, Januaiy 16. 1901 MINT COINAGE RECORD BROKEN Total Product of Last Year $141,351,960 Geofge Nubbins director nf the mint, in tils nniiii.il report shows tli.it the coinage of the past yrar was in ecess nf any pre vious year in the history ol the service, aggregating Jl.ll,5l,76o, as cornpatril with no,HS57 in the last tiscal yrar. The value ol the gold coinage was slight ly below that of Hie previous vear, being I7.W.IIOi as ionipared uilli $108,177, 1K0 I he coinage ol silver dnl'ars was iH,214,uKi, as coinpire.l with 18,254,700 III the pirvlmis ear. I he chief hurease was in the output ol suhsidarv and minor inins, u liit.li sin passed all reiords .ind, it is st.ited, may doubtless be allllbuled to the extraordinary activity ol retail trade throughout tile country. I he ioiuage of Mibsidary -liver atuouuted to $7,1 14,270 pieies, of the value ol tti,Hj(i,H4i), and of minor mills to tlir extraordinary total of lol,jol,7S) pieces, ol the t.ilue of 5j,24...

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. — 16 January 1901

Wednesday, January 16, 101 THE SUMPTER MINER ' GREAT IS CABLE COVE. Expert Says It Is Most Promis ing District in the State. In my travels all over Oregon I have at last come across a district that Inside of two years will come forward so as to as tonish mining men. I base my prediction on the geology of the district, consisting of gneiss and granite, belonging to the Archean order, or primitive rocks. I have seen the same in the Black Hawk mine, near Central City, Colorado. As I stated, the Cable Cove district is the place I have seen signs of permanency, also an Increase In values as depth is at tained, and the veins also widen out. There are a number of mines being operated there now, notably, the Imperial, Baby McKee, Last Chance, Gipsy Queen and Gipsy King, Lucky Boy, Monitor and Gray Eagle. A crosscut tun nel Is being run on the California to inter sect the vein, which will give a vertical depth of 400 feet when the vein is reached. I would also call attention to a section nor...

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. — 16 January 1901

8 THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, January 16, 1901 EDWARD P. ALLIS COMPANY. Now Ranki Among the Largest Machinery Manufacturers in the World. 'I he consolidation of the branch office Of thr Edward P. Mils company, at Hutte, Montana; with that at Spokane, Wash ink-ton, brings to the service of the com pany's patrons In the Northwest and British Columbia li. V. Croll, as local manager. Mr. Croll is essenthlly a ninliaiilcnlaud mining engineer, hut the 6lti;r will he prep.ired to take care of all business and iiuuiries relating to the var ious lines of machinery manufactured by the company. This branch office, located at no Mill trrrt, will be equipped to handle the nttre business of the lompauy, which Comprises Hour mills and their equipments, milling machinery, engines and power plants, also sawmill machlnrrv. Mr. Croll states that owing to the vast amount of business the company has been Compelled to turn away becmse of its in ability to make quick deliveries duing the p. ist three yea...

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. — 16 January 1901

Wednesday, January 16, 1901 THE SUMPTER MINER COUNTY RECORDS. is M Thr following Is the record of official buslm ss transacted at the county seat of Baker county for the week ending Tues day, January 15, 1901. REAL ESTATB TRANSFERS. Warranty deed Nov j. Geo W Jett. adminis trator, to C T Yantlt, iw'( sec g tp 10 r )8. . $ 100 Quit claim deed Dec 14, Ttios Culncan e) ux to F W Epplni-er, wjj ol nej and e)j nw( tec8tp9r 40 . 1 Warranty aeed Dec i), E Bradley to M Aai tin, unj i lots toandit t-U 15, Whitney.... joo Warranty deed June 18, '98, L M Robinson et ux to II Cllllam et al, lots and i blk 8, Wll ovale . .. to I'atent Feb 8, United Stales to A Donnle, ne M of sw! and lots 5 and 6, and sejf of setf sec tatpo r it Warranty "eed Jan t, Wm I) Cblln to Mary AEtlln. lots t, a, 7, 8 Ilk 8, Haskell adn to linker Clt ; also tract at 8th and Auburn ave 400 Quit claim deed Dec i. ("rank GooJIni; to Lora G Good, 10 acres In sw of s ( sec t i tP9 r .. 1 Warranty deed May 10, J n Murray el ux...

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. — 16 January 1901

IO THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, January 16, 1901 1 SUMPTER, OREGON : s1 HJiMPTEK is located in the Blue Mountains, 422 feet above sea level, neaitmui climate, and is the commercial, banking, mining and distributing center for the entire district for many miles in all diiections, and, different from most mining towns, it is a model little city ol homes for the sur rounding district. 1898 1899 1900 i T rHE YEARS iqoi and 1002 promises to excel all past records in the growth of Sumpter, and add many paying mines to our present large number. Well located real estate purchased now will increase many times in value in the next one to three years. Take advantage of the op portunity now offered. POPULATION, 1898, 350; 1899, 1500; 1900, 3000 Amount Merchandise Carried. December, inon, . 20,000 December, 1800, 100,000 Dc. ember, l!MIO, '.TiO.OIIO Value ol Improvements. I. SUN. S'.'.'t.OOO; 1800, I.m.OOO; I !tOO, '.'.Ml, 000. Brick Buildings. I. SON, iii.li,; I. S0!l, lll.'irccl front-a-je, 71...

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. — 16 January 1901

Wednesday, January 16, 101 THE SUMPTER MINER ii ON TO HARNEY VALLEY Chief Engineer Says That Is Intention of S. V. R'y Joseph A. West, chief engineer and superintendent of construction of the Sumpter Valley railway, and formerly of the Utah & Pacific, was in the city yes terday from Baker City, Oregon. In conversation yesterday Mr. West gave some very interesting facts about the ex tension of the Sumpter Valley road, and his explanation shows that the small road Is going to gradually develop Into an im portant and paying link. Already the road has been extended to make a total length of about fifty miles, and the work will not be stopped until too miles are completed. The road will be pushed southwest Into the tlch Harney valley and lake region of Oregon, a sec Hon without railroad facilities. In the Tribune recently, this section was fully described In connection with the extension of the Nevada, California and Oregon. The Sumpter Valley road will be extended southwest to meet ...

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. — 16 January 1901

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, Januaiy 16. 1901 12 TALK OF THE TOWN. Austin was in Prairie City Inst to Haker City John week. A. W. 1:111s went ilnwii tills foriioan. A. .J. Trimble rettirneJ home this morn 1 11 K alter ;i ten days .-ihsciice. The Mobsmi Merciintlle innipiny his n handsome new delivery ri on the strerts. ! A meeting will lir lirld this eve'ilii to perfrct the (ir.liil.itiiin (if ;in athletic club. M. II. Allen find family left Monday for 'I he U.illes, called there by the serious Illness nl Mrs. Allen's mother. Mrs. Humus Mch'ven returned yester day from Matter City, where she has been visltiii)', friends fur a few days. Mrs. liyron Weatherfnrd and sun re turned this forenoon from a ten diys vKIl to relatives In the I'.ilousr cuiiiitry. "Uncle Hill" Silnson is In Portland on business rnimeiled with the Similiter brewery. I le is expected honis loinnrrow. J. P Nichuls, of Sail Lake, and Al j Grlser passed llirouuli town Monday on, their way to the Hon in.i, returning t...

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