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ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRAKTS PARR, OREGON. FEBRtAfcV u, fo
QEANTS PASS, OBEUOK.
' OOTJMTT JOFFICUL PAPER.
PuMlshad Every Thursday
ubaorlDtlon IRataa i
On Yaar, la adyanoa,
ij Month, ...
Tkraa Month, ...
Farnlahad on application at the office, or
" ObtuariM and resolution, of con-
aolcooa will ba rhargwl fur at 6c per line;
aara of wane ouo-
A. X. VOOBHIES, Propr.
Oregon, a aoond-elas mail matter.
COURIER) tl'atioD of tba Opp'a 10 stamp mill
which It ftnlemQly aHerta la the
"flrat" in Southern Oregon, ilefore
the "Boortor" roniorm another min
ing article, it uhoolil inform itaulf in
aoina degree at loant an to the faoti
in the cae. It might, with profit
Itiarn that there are in Jowphlne
county alone, anmo .10 or 40 quartz
mill, ranging in also from 30 stamp
down; that about 150 gianta are at
work in the county notwithstanding
ita anwirtion that the "annda" have
given ont. Moau while there aeeum
to be work for thn Oregon Dovelop
meut Loagoe and Tom Kichardaon in
correcting , ignorant and niinlitading
tatementa ia rngard to Oregon.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1906.
Tba cur of Buaaia la placed in an
noomfortabla predicament aud new
trouble bav oome to disturb hia rent.
If be yield! to the demand! of the
people, the autocracy will foroe Mm
to real ga bia erown. If lie does not
ooooede reform, be may loae his life
which la worth somewhat more than
the orown. His position is nnttaay to
aay the least
The trial in the laud f ran da canes
will begin about the flrnt of June,
aooordlng to the statement of District
Attorney Ueney. These trials wuie
to have been in April, but the amount
of work before the grand jury at that
time will cause a delay iu the oourt
proceedings. This urogram is nut
satisfactory to Senator Mitchell who
aaya be will insist on an early trial.
Kansas again occupies the Held in
the constitutional arena, this time in
ber wax on the Standard Oil trout,
Combatting the woll known niuthod
of that oonoern by autl-mouopoly
legislation. There is a great pressure
of popular opinion that lias forced
the legislature to adopt the ineanurtw
whioh are passed to give the oil pro
ducer of the state relief from the
oppression which the big corporation
A copy of th "Oregon Ilooster"
published in Portlnud and dulod
February 18 has reached our exchange
table. It is a paper published os
tensibly to promote the progress of
Oregon, bat some of the attempts in
that direction have a jarring influence
on the reader who Is lu any meaxure
acquainted with the condition
which the "Booster" attemps to de
lineate. An article on Southern Ore
gon mines is especially full of as
tonishing statements. We read that
"the flrat ten sUmp mill in Southern
Oregon was installed a few weeks
ago at the Opp mine near Jaoksou
vllle." The artiole states further
that this property was .worked many
years ago as a placer but that only of
recent years has It been mined for
quart. The "Booster" says alxo
that many millions were taken from
the "sands" of Southern Oregon
streams 40 years ago, but adds that
when the "sauds" gave out, mining
ceased. No "ooaoerted" effort, li
ays, baa ever been made to develop
the ledge from which the gold came.
Th "Booster" Is oouddeut that there
Is plenty of gold in Southern Oregon
and prediota an early boom for the
district, probably to follow the iu.
GOOD ROADS CONVENTION
For Crania Pe.ee By the Oregon
Good Roads Association.
The Grants Pass Miners Associa
tion Is co-operating with County
Judge J. O. Booth, who is vice
president of the Oregon Good Koadt
AHsociation, is arranging for a meet
ing in Grants Pass on Monday and
1'uenduy, March 20 and 21, of the
Oregon Good Roads Association.
Prior to this yeur the Oregon Oeod
Uoaiis Association has only held au
uul meetings and these have teen
held In Portland, or some Willamette
Valley city, thu last one being held
at . Kalein. At this last session,
Judge Booth got an amendment
through which provided that in the
future the AnHociatiou should hold
four meetings each year, oue lu
Southern Oregon, oue iu KiihIitii
Oregon, one in Portland and oue iu
the Willamette Valley. Southern
Oregon was to have the first meeting
for lUUii and to Grants Pass wns given
the honor of entertaining the Asso
ciation. No sihicIuI date was fixed
for these meetings and the time of
holding the oue in this'cltv has been
arruuged for by Judge Booth aud
President Maugum of the Miners As
sociation in conjunction with Judge
John 11. bcott of Salem, president of
the Oregon Good Rouds Association.
W. H. Cowan, general tutsseugnr
and freight agent for the Ore
gon lines of thu Southern 1'aciilo, is
also heartily co-operating to make
the onu volition a success for his com
pany has a large interest iS'the roads
of Southern Oregon for their better
ment would add greatly to the tralllc
over its lines. The State Agricultural
College and the Statu University will
each assist, as these lnntliniinu
have joined lu the good roads move
ment for Oregoti.
The Grants Pass Woman's Club
Will bo asked to take charge of the
musical features of the meetings and
to suiieriuteiid the decorating of the
opera house in which thu convention
is to be held. The Grunts Pass
Miners Association will meet the
lliiauoial obligations of the oouveu
I ion, and leave no elfort undone that
this mooting shall equal, If not excel.
aJ or r gathering of the Oregon
Good Roads Association. As Omm
I'ass never does things In a halfway
manner, it is safe to assume that
this good roads convention will be a
success iu every particular. It is ex-
eetod to have prominent speakers
from abroad to address the oonven-
Does this Interest You?
Extract from a lntter from a man la the East.
Sherman b Ireland,
Grants Faas, Oregon.
Gentlemen --I vlah. to start In the saw mill and lumber
business and would like to know the. price of timber lands per
acre location and quality of timber.
Also would like to know the names of parties who want more
capital and would take my capital and services. I want to get In
with some reliable party who has a business started and with whom
I might Invest with the privilege of farther Investments from
time to time as the business grows and prospers.
Very truly jours,
If this Inquiry Interests you, call and see us at once, or write stating what you have and terms.
Wo now have several good propositions on our llt but always strive to give our customers the best that can be
had for the money. ,
SHERMAN a IRELAND,
Room 10 evfid 12 Ma.aof.lc Temple. THE REAL ESTATE MEN.
tioo, among whom will be Judge John
II. Scott, president at the Oregon
Good Roads Association, Governor
Chamberlain, Dr. Withyoornb, director
of the State Agricultural College and
several other leaders In the Oregon
good roads movement. The first ses
sion of the convention will be held
Monday afternoon, when addresses of
welcome will be made on behalf of
Grants Pass aud the various counties
of Southern Oregon and responses by
the officers of the Oregon Good Roads
Association. These to be followed by
an address by Governor Chamberlain.
At the Monday evening session in ad
dition to the princial address, an
address will be given by an expert on
the various methods of road con
struction aud of the kinds and cost of
road building machinery. This ad
dress will he Illustrated by stureopti
con views Tuosday forenoon and
afternoon will be devoted to addresses
by promineut seakers from abroad
aud to the business of the Associa
tion. Tuesday evening will bo de
voted to an experience meeting, as it
may bo called, at which ten-minut
talks will be given by promineut men
of Southern Oregon. At this session
the question will bo considered of or
ganizing a Southern Oregon Good
Koads Association. The work of
this will be to hold meetings in the
various towns aud farm districts of
this part of the state aud work
up an aotivo Interest in the
hottoriiiout of the road that the
development of the country may
be pushed at a more rapid rate than
is now possible with a mud blockade
baring all progress for six months of
each year. Intersjiersed in the pro
gram for tli o various sessions will be
vocal and Instrumental selections and
other features to be supplied by the
Grants Pass Woman's Oluh.
Personal invitations will bo sent to
all county and town officials and
prominent men iu Southern Oregon to
attend the convention and a special
effort will be made to secure the at
tendance of all road supervisors. It
will be pruotically mandatory on the
road supervisors ot Josephine county
to attend, for a supervisor who takes
so little Interest iu the duties of his
office as not to (are to attend the con
vention, unless prevented liy sickness
or other sufficient reason, aud post
himself on the methods of uiodeu road
building as explained by the exerts
Id tbolr addresses, will stand little
likelihood of reappointment for a suc
ceeding term. The business men of
Grant Pass are heartily supporting
the good roads movement and Hill
co-operate in every way possible tfltli
the Oregon Good Roads Association
in making their convention in this
city a success, they fully realizing
that good roads mean more to the
prosperity of Grants Pass than any
other factor that is concerned iu the
development of this section of Oregon.
We have no siokness to report;
some few have colds.
The Martha quartz mine on Wolf
Greek is developing into a good rich
ledge It is of good width and also
Bird are singing, frogs make the
nights ring with squeaking voices.
To all appearances, spring is here.
Winter we have had none.
Report from Mr. Philips, the
proprietor of the Hotel Lolantl, says
that business is good. He is a very
congenial and obliging to his guests.
There was a big dauoe at Leliiud
last week a Leland Hall is oue of
the finest halls in Southern Oregon,
those who attend may onjoy a good
Mrs. Anderson, from lower Grave
creek made our burg a visit last
week. She report everybody well iu
that vicinity, but dry weather for the
The railroad acorn pany is surveying
and setting grade stakes for the diff
erent bridges in this vicinity, with a
view of Ailing all bridges and treaties
with the steam shovel.
Some placer miners are prosper! ing
in the vicinity of Tuuuul . The
formation of the ground is good in
this locality for gold, although a
large amouut of the land is owned by
We are having frosty nights; the
days are warm aud sunshiny. Fine
weather for farming aud for wood
cutters; but very bad for placer
minors as we have had but one
rain to soak the giound this winter.
One thing lacking in our town is a
sewer system whioh our city dids
should look a'ter, although the hotel
v ... 1.
THE BIG STORE
You are no iloulit intcicstcil in l't iOTWKAK to the extent nt least
of getting Till-; HKST fur the l.li.VST money. After 15 years experi
ence and linving tioiinht mill .sold neatly .100,000 pahs of Shoes we
ciinin mat we are piodiicing a class of footwear tlial is not equalled
any house in Sotitliein Uieon, and is not sttt passed by any house
the United States.
has lately completed a sewer from the
hotel across First street, thenoe to
Grave creek so the sanitary-conditions
of the hotel are firstclasa.
Stock in doing well on the range.
Every body has plenty of hay, with
out a doubt some will be carried over
for future use. Some have begun
making garden and some are setting
out tires on the range tokill out the
brush, liow is that compared with
two feet of snow in the Atlantic
Stales, with Did cold weather thrown
ome people that are lato with
their seeding are now plowing aud
sowing grain. How does that com
pare with the eastern states where the
thermometer Is from zero down to 26
degrees below? If people oould
realize what a flue climate we have in
Oregon, more of them would sell their
property and come here. At present,
which is the coldest time of the year,
we have little or no fires through the
day. Wide Awake.
We entry a slot k of over 10,000 pairs of the vety best and well
anowu makes on the Atneiiean maikel. We ate Sole At
Pass and Josephine County for
teiits iu Grants
A strictly hand iiimle shoo, water
proof, ami in stiMulin t ho hardest
kind of wour.
H. L. COE & CO.'S llEST.
THE PINGREE SHOE, THE DOUGLAS SHOE,
THE HAMILTON BROWN SHOE, THE PA
CIFIC LOGGER, THE PACIFIC MINER, THE
GLORIA SHOES, THE MAJESTIC SHOE and
THE GOVERNOR SHOES.
Mrs. C. Davidson and son of Jack
souville were visiting relativos aud
friends here this week.
ueorge rienis 01 rrovolt made a
three riuys visit with friends aud
relatives at Grants Pass this week.
John Bailey and wife of Williams,
were at Provolt Monday visiting with
parents, Mr. aud Mrs. J. T. Lay ton
and many friends here. Mr. Bailey is
the superintendent of the Bamboo
placer property owned by Mr. Lay ton
The sawmill which was oonstructcd
by the Sterch Bros, at the head ot
Williams creek last fall has started
the wheels to turning last Monday
and culling some nrsrclass lumber
which will find a ready sale iu this
We have had a tiopical winter dur
1 11 u ueceuiher, Jauuary and up to
rihruary. x'lio flowers are in
blniitn, leaves and the small bushes
are 1 utting out and fruit buds are
showing tlmir red coats, which ordi
narily arc not sei u until April.
There will be meeting held at the
first t hriMian church at Provolt Sun
day the l. Uihlo reading at 10 a. in.,
church at 11 o clock. After church
tin re will do tlie baptisiua of Mr.
Williams of Murphy and also church
at . o'click p. m. Services will be
c. inducted by Rev. E. Budgcr.
Miss Josephine Stites of Williams
was at i'rovolt this week giving
music lessons. Miss t-tites states
that she h is Ix-eu having good sue
cess and her students are learuiug
uirj'lv under the present conditions
and kid weather; she lias a uumber
of students from Applegate aud
Thompson creek also
It Is reported to your correspondent
that the red spider lias readied oue
of the Williams Creek hop yards. It
was discovered last fall by W. F.
Howler, a Imp grower of this valley,
lie states that thu Insect looks like
a spider, hut has the activity of a
Ilea. It is sai.l to be destructive to
hi.jis and if such is the case, it will
In a serious pt st to the hop uieu to
liu'lif. It will mean more siiravluu
and more expense to the hop raisers.
tlow'f Thii ?
Wi otler tine Hundred Dollars Re
wind fur any case of Catarrh that
cannot lie cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cine. V. J. CHENEY CO..
We, the undersigned, have kuowu
I'. .) Chancy for the last 15 years,
11. 'I heh.vo li 1111 pcrfetlv honorable
in all I'UMiifiut transactions aud tl
nam nil ly ul lu to carry out any ob
liKiiioi made by his ti rut. Walding,
Kinuati iV Marvin. Wholesale Drug
gists, ioledo, U.
Hall s Caiairli Cure is takcu In-li-i
n.i 1 1 v. luting directly uiu the
hit 1 d mid mucous r-uifacc ot the sys
tem. '1 1 st Miinnials sent free. Puce
r 1 per Utile. Sold by all Drug-
l ake Hall
See W. H. Shermaa aUiut some of
the houicsieails which are now to lie
s Family Pilis for cousti-
MINERS KILLED AT
Burled Under Levndslide
Two miner. Gay Fleming andi
Dave Yarbroogh, were killed last
Friday at the Simmons' hydraulic'
mine near Waldo. They were work- j
ing in a cat near a 50 01 00 foot bank
which caved without warning and
entombed the unfortunate men beneath ,
a mountain of debris. There was no
opportunity for them to be rescued
alive and they were probably killed 1
instantly by the great weight of the
eartb and rock of the slide.
The tragedy occurred about the
middle of the afternoon anditwwsl
not until late at night, some seven i
or eight boar afterward, that the I
bodies were recovered, after a siege of j
vigoron and nnremitting work.
Elliott Young, another employe of
the mine, had been working at the!
same place bat happened to be out of
reach of danger when the slide
Yarbrough leave a wife and
six children, while Fleming leaves a
wife. The tragedy is one of the worst
of it natnre which has occurred in
Southern Oregon for many years.
We are having some very warm
night at present
Mr. Berry and Mrs. White paid
Grants Pass a visit Saturday. '
W. S. Bailey and Joe McFaddon
visited Grants Pass Wednesday.
K. J. Kubli and Jas. Cook were in
Grants Pas Thursday.
Clyde Jeter and Oliver Dorroau
went to Grants Pass Sunday.
Clinton and Dave RoUrts took two
loads of hay to Grauts Pass one day
Tbe grain orops are looking flue
at present and the weather prophets
prediot an early spring, so I suppose
we will have plenty to eat this year.
The old Strong ledge near Murphy
is running a night siiift now having
put it on the middle of last week.
They have put up a large boarding
house aud will soon board their own
There has been a good deal of sick
ness here of late, but every one is
improving now and we hope in a
very short while to report none at all.
Mrs. Elizabeth Basye died at her
home on Missouri Flat Wednesday,
February lflth, after an illness of over
three months. She was laid to rest
iu the Missouri Flat cemetery. She
leaves four grown children to mourn
her loss: Chas. Basye, who lives in
Jacksonville, Mrs. Slaglo, who
resides at Waldo and Mrs. Jas. Cook
and L. O. Basye wtio reside here.
She was 76 years of age.
Tbe Mountain Lion mine is run
ning steadily now aud report some
very nice ore. Montmorency.
Furniture and House
After invoking I find some goods in excess
aud odd pieces, Lace Curtains. Portieres, Car--...
twt nrls: Mattings, Linoleums, Oil
Cloths. Want to close them out before Spring
goods arrive. Vou can save money,
A. U. BANNARD
Big Store, North Side, 61h Sreet, Grants Pass
Two Steel Ranges Must Be Sold.
(Cmlinved from Fiftl Pngr.)
ceding the topics which would ordi
narily engross the public.
In Oakland aud Portland, on our
own coast, great preparations are uu
der way for liko services. Surely we
in Grauts I'a.-s cannot afford to be
cold or disiuterested ill regard to these
meetings. We, who have the iuterest
of our town at heart, want it to be
attractive in all such ways as . will
bring to us the elements calculated
to make it tho very best place in
which to have a home and all will
admit that the more nearly the teach
ings aud example of Jesus Christ are
reverenced aud followed by auy
people, the better life is for all.
Unless some unforeseen change takes
place, the schedulo for the preparation
services will lie as follows:
Friday evening, 7 :4.i. A union
prayer meeting of all the churches
at thu M. E. church, South; topic,
"What I most ueed iu view of the
Work to He Accomplished. "
Saturday evening, 7 :Jfl, union ser
vices at the Christian church.
Suuday evening, 7::in, uuiou services
at the M. E. church. Monday evo
niug, 7 union se- iiocs at the Bap
Tuesday evening, 7 :-lfi, union ser
vices at the M E. church.
J. B. TRAVIS,
Secretary Pastor's Committee.
The regular meeting of tho Grauts
Pass Y's to have been held at Mrs. O.
V. Heukle's on Friday, March 8, will
be postponed ou account of icvival
meetings which will be iu progress at
Zena Chapniau, Press supt.
WANTED The address of 22 people
who are going to relinquish their
homestead filings to the U. S. and
wish to sell their improvements.
WAITED A milk cow.
organ. Apply to J. M.
WANTED Place to cook or run
boarding boose at mine or logging
camp. Mrs. O. T. Smith, Merlin
mission furniture made to order.
FIVE-ROOM cottage on North
Seventh street for rent Inquire of
J. L. Scovill.
S. O. WHITE LEGHOItN EGGS,
high scoring birds, 76o per setting.
O.V. Henkle, 311 3d St., Grants Pan-.
PET deer for sale. I tame as a
lamb. Address Mrs. W. 8. Webb,
316, Mobs street, Grant Pass.
HAYf6rSALE in oarload lotsT
Write J. A. Perry, Medford, Ore
gon, for prices.
FOR SALE Window sash, three
sizes good as new, at a bargain at
Moore's Second-Hand Store, where
other bargains can be had.
A GOOD WORK TEAM, weighing
2200, wagon and harness in good
condition, for sale, cheap for cash.
Address P. O. box 195, Grant Pass,
To the members of Josephine Lodge.
1'2, A. O. U. W. you are hereby re.
quested to attend a regular meeting
Monday night, Feb. 27, for business
of vital importauoe, will oome before
B. A. Stanard, Reoorder.
U HAVE TILL WEDNESDAY, ;:
MARCH 1st, 1905 $
To secure any one of the Choice High-Grade Pianos if
now on hand ( that must he sold or shipped by then)
at $100 less than we will order one for you after the sale
Let us tell you riht now that you are heavy losers
if you do not follow this opportunity up.
Why man. v soli two thousand pianos every yoar and could
Him 1 ninei Mnta (uii in tno Htri'ft and niuke a bonfire of
them ami not fool it seriously financially.
Why then can't we atiord to sacrifice our profits on
tour or five pianos if we want to?
rades of pianos?
as to the relative values
We are now (cniiij; our itininmoili sptiti
curuiai invitation to inspect tin- sune lu lmc
Wc at not nftaul to to mi nvot.
of shoes and would extend you a
Mot's., 01 an 01 tnese wi ll makes
with tho statement that our stock of slus U th,. ur.,M n ,.i..
best. Our a.s.sottmcntlstlie most extrustve and ..urpnees ate the lowest. Now these ate pretty .strong Matetneut.
Hut we have the:goo,ls to deliver and nil we ask is that you give lis u chance to show you through
llllunil.r. V.. 1 II- .!.- l-.i-i, . . - . '
- '-""""-""., 10c i.si Known ami aovtniseil makes ot shoes and guiuuntec to sell
at I'.astem puces.
The "Cleria" Slice
For Ladies at
The "111111110 Shoe
The "Watch Us" Shoe
. . $3.60
. . $1.60
The 'Taoific Mines
'Taoific Miner" High Top
The "Majttio" Shoe for Ladies,
leather, Oxfop's and High Top
Kid and patent
Tan and Hlaok.
R. L. COE & C2.-THE BIG STORE
In 1 lu I nunty t nuit or the Stall
ul oivumi, bur tin County (if J one
In Im' miiiti'r of ilie I
liMati' of A-iii'ri
K. Sahi'it, 1o- ;
is a.-i'il. ' I
l'n John Kii'ker, Marf Kcmiuii-k,
I.vtlni Jam Hammond. Kuth K 1 111-
1.. II, A.iii. Ililt.iu, Alotizo Kicker.
Mui.n.i Mi'kir, l.i'uiunl Booililiv,
1 lai.M U. Lilly, J0I111 liiHUlibv, Ni llu
Mi 'lv inn v, Mary Hoothtiy, John
Uiikui, I 'in ul linker, aud r. V
s.n u r, lu lr-at law of iii ovawil ; ami
!. . Sawyer, Akuisi Smith,
1. l ueiu e i. Niwver, 1 reeling t. L.
-iyer, Altlfiln Smith. Cliaanevy
1 .ii'eiinir, ritiiuit linker niHildrnlKt.
, uevimes of ilicrHM-ii, and all iitim
'ami ilevivsH unkLowu, if any there
In tin Name of tin tftati of Oregon.
you are hero'iy oiled flu 1 reouireii to
ttll'i.ir 111 tin County Court of the
I Mate oi Uroiinu, for thu County of
jjow'l'hlm. at tli Court Hooui thorn-
ot, al titaiilK l'ai in the Cvuutv of
: JoM'i'bimi on Tuewlay, the i-Sih day
ot Maruli, IS'iV., at lb o'clock a. ui.,
I then nml tin re to utiow cauM, if any
there Ic, wliy an order nhnuld Hot be
inaiie for tin m1h of Lot 1 iu Blink
I', IVuruo' Kirt Addition to th
City of c.rniiti. Tana lu Joavtilnii
jCi'iuitv, nr. ,vu, aud particularly do
, ti!s,lai: l Ivi.niled an . oulaini.1 in
(the iviiiim t,,r .the ,U. tlipreof.'a
j 1 ia... il tor in i no AdunuiKtraior i -
1 in inn 1 1. 1 1, i.ir
j i.in.- tin. Hon. J. O. liootli,
I-'" 1.' .f il." C.iunty 1 ouit if th,
1 T, .!i. tcr tlm County ot
1.1, itm s'l of mi,! inrt
QUESTION Aro you fully infornicil
of diflVrent make anil g
Ul '.. I 11 VMI ni-H ... . 1 1 1
or will ' " "nmv a "0, Iiano wl'nyo one?
Or Will VOU t ill V Vinir 1, 1.1.1; i . . V
J I "II 11 1 i
nri'sTii v 1.. 1.
in ciu'it line ci (in ' iri sent s
Ludwij: A Packard j ianos as
Ol.KSriOX Do wc aL-
you ttuy one at the
iind not know what you are
iactory (as a dealer) for loss than wc
QUESTION Arc you satisfied that w, know nUr
and therefore reliaUe?
QUESTION-Do you see the advisability of our
hih grade pianos rather than ship;
have them become shopworn hefor'o
money in them eat the profits up?
took of Stock. FiBchpr.Hardman, Everett,
p'i"l as wo claim, or not?
'r them? Could
business? That we are lowest
discounting heavily on a
or hold for the uBual price,
sold, or have
jtgUp to You to Act
Vnl rx t il.. ...
"'' -'" e'i incse 1 nines ltoc:
street next week. They either .
into a box. '
nto our new store on Front
o into -ood homes
EVERY P,ANO ON CASH OR PAYMENTS
R. Phone 71)
ODD FELLOW s BLOCK. GRANTS
J M WARD.
! , Give's TaSTchaT
y .v. acoi, j years, avprkta a . .
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