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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 26 April 1901

14 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. How's ThU? Wo offer One Hundred Dollar Re ward for any caso of Catarrh that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J.CHKNKY& Co., Prop., Toledo.O. We, the undersigned, havo known F. .1. Cheney for the Inst 1ft yearn, and Mlove him perfectly honornblu in all business transactions, and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their linn. Wkst iVTltfAX, Wholesale Drug gists, Toledo, (). WAl.tiINd, KlNNAN V Makvin, WIioIchoIo Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall'n Catarrh Cure Is taken Intern ally, acting dlreetly upon the blood and uiUL'oiiH surfaces of the system. Price 7ftc H-r bottle. Sold by all drug gists. Testimonial free. Hall's Family Pills are the bent. Dry Emma. Tetter, 3l Ri mm aaJ Mailt Eci ma of 8crotum All eruptive disease originate In the blood and kidneys. Hlood Is Im pregnated with dead or decayed Un title and poisonous elements which the kldne, and bowels are unable to ex M'I. Pores of skin become clogged, uud thus the system Is a ho...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 26 April 1901

MARSHALL KtPUbLlGAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF. A number of the member of the I. O. O. P. will leave Friday for Kansas City to attend the 82nd anniversary of the Odd Fellow of the United State that take place In Kansa City on Friday at (.'onvcntlon Hall. An ele gant banquet will be Riven at llio Mid land Hotel In the evening, that prom Iscs to be a Brand affair. Quite a n'lin b.'r of gentlemen from Marshall will attend. Try nod a. Loomls & Gross' Ico cream It C. K. Itoger shipped to Benedict, Murray tt McDowell of Chicago from Swt Spring and Hotitonla 7 car of cattle and .1 car of hog for M. Spark and 2 car of hog for Roger A Co. Loomls tt Gross' I the place to get your soda water. It II. II. Scudilcr ,V Co., who recently Itoughl from I J. Itasse the two torc room on the went half of lot 4 and 5, block tl. corner of Wot North street und Kngllsh avenue, hn added greatly to the apH!aranci of thing by moving the building to the eut sldel of thu lot. A high board fence, which en clove thu grea...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 26 April 1901

16 MARSHALL KLI'UbLlCAN. MALTA BEND- Itev. A. It. Davidson In In St. Loul thin week. Crnni .V Cllft shlpKd to St. Louis two loads of (at cattle Wednesday. It. S. Thninn In enjoying a vlnlt from hln brother. Applicants for our nehooln wcrctlilclc Saturday. W. C. Sltishcr lost hln family horse Sunilny. C. A. Hcnlck shlped three earn of fnt cuttle to tin' St. I.011I market Mon day. F. A. Cox left hero Wrdnendoy for St. Uiulx, where ho will work In a lime More. S. I Duvln, of lliirrltown, III., ban been visiting the Herman brother for a few day. Tha deputy oherlff bus liecn Mini nionlng mnny wltnonnen from here thin week. Farmcrn nre very busy planting corn. Sain Mcltnhcrtn, of Chicago, wan vlnltlng hln parents here over Sumlny. IM Hummouil anil wife' enjoyed a visit from Mr. Hammond's brother and wife, of Kansas City, lust week, Wm. Huker wan In Marshall Tuen dny. Mr. I turnkey, of Armstrong, wan here u few dujs lust week. Houston limn. HlilpN-d two earn of hogn to St. Louis Tucsduy. L...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 3 May 1901

M ARSH ALL-- 'REPUBLICAN. VOL. X. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY. MISSOURI. MAY 5. 1901. NO. 19. WOOD ACQUITTED. Jury Out Only Forty Minute -State's Attorv oey DUmlaaed Case AgainM Two Other Suteects The trial of John Watson Wood, charged with the murder of Sail Aulgur, was begun before Judge Rich Tuesday morniiiK nud con tinued until Wednesday night, when the jury returned a verdict of not guilty. Tint TRIAL Herman H. Mawry was the first witness called ami testified as follows: I lived in Mar shall. September 1900. I was night operator at th Alton station. Alsout 1:40 n. m. three men with masks and revolvers entered the of fice and held me up. " I was sitting in the of ' fice smoking a pipe; some one says "hMn-N up:" I looked up aid saw a man at the win dow, with a pistol poiutcd at me: I saw an other man at luggage window with a revolver' two men came in the office and took $24 40 from the cash drawer; told me to open the s:ife; I told them I could not. About this time another mun apeare...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 3 May 1901

2 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Kntered at the IWofflec In Marnhall, Mo., ait second-class matter. TKUMS: $1.01) I'KIt YBAlt IN ADVANCK. J. H. HUNTER, Editor. MARSHAL!,, MISSOURI, MAY 3. I90I. J. H. HUNTER, Lawyer, (formerly Orvnr A Hunter.) nnici' over Hunk of Hnllnc MARSHALL, MISSOURI. THF FUTURE DEMOCRACY. The following from the pen of Mr. Bryan indicates thnt lie Mill considers bimscif the whole Democratic party: "I have no enemies to punish. No matter what a man may have done or said against the ticket of 1896 or 1900, that man becomes my friend the moment he rcccpts Democratic principles. Neither have I any disposition to reward political friends at the expense of our cause. No matter what a man may have said or done for the ticket in 1X96 or 1900, that mat. becomes an opponent the moment he turns against Democratic principles." In other words, it matters not what political sin has been committed, if the sinner will kneel at the feet of Mr. Bryan, ask forgive ness ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 3 May 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 5 MISSOURI EDITORS. J Tin' Aihfincf. Out of the over one hundred who signed the ordindnce abolishing slavery in Missouri, more than thirty nix years ago, only five are alive. They are : George Therk-nens, of Cape Girardeau ; Channcey I. Filley, of St Louis; George Kausman, of California; Judge Harlan, of Savannah, and W. F. Surtzeu, of Columbia. Th'Hiliilln(.'iipltnl. It is a compliment to Funston that no sol dier has returned from the Philippines who served under him who docs not bear testi mony to his efficiency as a soldier and his characteristics as a gentleman. Mr. W. A. Whitman, of Nodaway county, Missouri, who enlisted with the famous Twentieth Kansas, nnd has leen in the Philippines since the in ception of the trouble, has jut returned, and is very earnest in his commcndr.tion of the little Knusan. WiirnM' TImi'K. Arkansas proposes to license her drinking men at $5 a head. "What a wonderful umoitut of revenue," says the Springfield Republican, "that will...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 3 May 1901

4 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Progressive House Building- The Young Ladies Missionary Society of the Presbyterian church had their monthly social Thursday evening, of last week, with Miss Janet Laird at the home of Mrs. Robert Campbell on Hast North street. There were lout twenty mem bers present, each of whom were highly entertained by the novel game provided by the hostess, The game was "Progressive House Building." There were six tables with four ladies at each: the ques tions were all written on a card and the answers given were to be every thing pertaining to the house. At the first table questions were asked on the different materials for build ing; ut the second, the different piirts of the house were tnkrn up; the third table discussed the furni ture; the fourth the kitchen; fifth and sixth the garden and provisions used in housekeeping. The game proved one of great interest and pleasure and the hostess is lo be congratulated upon her efforts in this direction. Refreshments of bric...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 3 May 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 5 Creamery (or Marshall Mr. A. B. Dille, of Edgcrton, Kas., Is here trying to interest our citi.enH in a creamery enterprise on the co-operative and separator sys tem. His object is to establish a fac tory at Marshall that will be able to handle all the milk of the com munity, a.id by placing n few skim roing stations at good points throughout the county shall be able to handle all the cream and manu facture all the butter for the entire county. Kvery farmer and business man should feel a jwrson.il interest in this enterprise and subscribe for one or more shares of stock at once; not a dollar of the subscription is to lc paid until the factory is com pleted and in perfect running or der, and each subscriber is only re sponsible for his own subscription and no more. This stock should lc subscribed at once, m as to. assure the factory and get it in working order as quickly as possible. The milk will le brought in by hn ulcrs each morning in summer, nnd every other...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 3 May 1901

6 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Women'e Board Meeting. ' We give lelow the program for Saturday and Sunday for the Na tional Women's Boaid of Missions of the C. P. church. A special train on the Missouri Pacific Railroad will leave St. Louis Saturday morning, May 4th, at 9 o'clock, arriving in Marshall at 4 p. in. The C. & A. trains on Sat urday will all be loaded with visit ors and delegates from all parts of the states, South and West. The following committee will meet all trains: Dr. Galloway, L.' M. Mor row, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Slier, Mesdames A. McGinnis, Ed Sharp, Robert Reynolds, I). L. Cooper Mid C. E. Morris. There are 184 delegates expected lesidcH many visitors. Marshall is highly favored in the fact that there will lc more delegates to this loard meeting than there were del cgatesnud visitors at previous board meetings held in the different cities of Fort Worth, Nashville, Decatur and other points. The ladies will Ik: kept busy after the arrival ol trains Saturday assigning ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 3 May 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 7 Mrs. Martha ). Pwrith This well known and highly re spected Indy died at the home of her son, Porter PArrish, at Hurd land, Kan., on Friday. April 26th, toot, at 4:15 p m. in the 83d year of her age. She had been in failing health for more than a year and a recent attack of grip hastened her death. She was a devout member of the Baptist church, having spent the most of her life in the service of the Master. She was rendy to go, death having no horrors for her. The surviving children or: W. Ii. Parish of this city, Porter and Parker of Kaunas, Rolwrt of Mi ami and MesdamesGnsKaston and Minnie Davidson, The remains arrived in this city Saturday night in charge of the son, Porter, and W H Parrish of this city, who met them at Kansas City Saturday. The fiuiLT il w.is held nt the resi dence of V Ii. Parrish on Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, conducted by Rev K M. Thomas, of St Jo seph, nn old friend of deceased. The rein tins were intoned at Ridge Park cemetery The ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 3 May 1901

5 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. W. K. Mahurd.V Son for lutrf lo. 4t Men' TiV OviTttlN or 41c at the It Nkw Voiik Hackkt. II. II. Parley, of Scduliu, wu in town Friday. Mix. Ike Taylor, of lllnckhurn. wu down whopping Monday. I 'rice IVtcrniau. of St. Lou In, wim n vUltor In our elty Friday. W. K. Mnhnnl .V Son for let hugglc. I--41 Peyton .Icier, of Malta lleinl, wax In town lnt Frlduy attending court. Ml Kutliriinc Cooicr hu returned from ii idiot t visit to N'elNon friend. Ilcl machine olln of all kind at the (It) NKW YoiW IlACKKT. Morn, to Prof. 1 1. S. i'laee and wife Friday, April Sltli, 11"1, a hod. Ml Sim Hucon wax the guest thin week of friend and relative at Slit ter. Mr. C. A. Wherry, of Ogdcn, Utah, Ih vinltlng lier parent, (Jcorgc Young mid wife, In thl elty. (ieorge A. Murrell drove Into town Mouduy morning from the farm, where he cH'iit evcrul day. Mahurd V Son for good hugglc. (-It Wuteh till More next week for a half cur-loud of miittlng, direct from .Inputi. Nkw Yoiik Uackkt...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 3 May 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 9 Miss Fannin Taylor returned Mon day from a short visit to her brother, J. W. Taylor and family at Ml. Leon ard, Mr. Dave Hulltley, of Sedalln, is reported quite nick at the home of her sinter, Mnt. Hen HerthofT, at Shackel ford. Ellas Shannon bought In Kansas City recently, thirty head of feeders. The cattle weigh HttO pound and are line ones. Prof. A. It. .lames and wife spent several days this week with Ar.r.o Pot ter and family at Prairie Lee farm near Hlater S. T. Hunter is making a number of changes to his home on ftenton avenue that will greatly add to the comfort and appearance. Cypress Finishing: La Crease Lumber Co. Miss IVnrl Parrish, who was quite sick for a week with congestion of the stomach, is back at her post in the New York store. Miss Alma Francisco, whose school at Nelson clocd Friday, was In Mar shall Saturday, enroute to her home at lllockhurn. Mrs. .1. A. Stern and daughter, Sa die returned to their home In Slater Sunday night, after u vi...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 3 May 1901

10 MARSHALL KtPUbLlCAN. Kuighu TempUr Oonclavt). I.oulsvllle. Ky . April 2il. 11)01. Kdltor Itcpuhllonn: The following matter I submitted for your consider atloti. An elaborate programme In Mug prepared (or llio entertainment if visiting newspaper men and we trunt we hnll Ins nblo to welcome you or or your representative at the conclave: Messrs. It. V.. ah Smith, clerk of Saline county; A. L. .lurilen, post mnter. und I. A. Mcltrlile, a promi nent clothing merchnnt, nil of Mur shall, Mo., have Just returned home after it visit to this city for the pur poe of securing (iinrters for the oc cupancy of the memher of Missouri Commnndery. No. "M, Knight Tem plar, during the 2th Triennial Con chive, to In) hold In thin city August 'J7..KI. The Mlssotirlnns were shown mnrked attention by the local lr knight during their visit to the FalU City. They were taken a tour of places where quarters are to be had by Mr. Clarence I.. Mnrtln. The second day of their vlrtll they were the guest of Col. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 3 May 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. II Mystery of toe I)lapperucs of Leouard V. Obristj 8olred We clip the following article from the St. Louis Globe-Democrat of April 30th, which tell of the mysterious drowning of Leonard V. Christy, one of the most upright, moral young men, whose father lived In Saline county for twenty yearn, where Leonard was born, moving from his farm near Herndon to St. Louis some ten or twelve years ago. The family hate many friends In this county, who deeply sympathise with them in this great affliction: "The mysterious dlsaptcarance of Leonard V. Christy, a young man of excellent character and connections, wai brought to a tragic termination yesterday hy the discovery of the body In the rlvr at the foot of Miller street a little after .1 o'clock. The body was found by Luke Burns and Otto Prohol, both of 124" Houth Uroadway, em ployed on the river front. They notl- llt'l the (Hillco and tho body was first removed to the Third Street Station, and later to the morgue. .Surmi...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 3 May 1901

12 MARSHALL v. REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN SRIEF. .1. II. Pemlierton returnoil Sunday night from Kansas t'lty. Horn to Mr. anil Mm. V. C.CJower, Friday, April 20th, n son. Horn to Mr. tun) Mm. I. I. Terrell. Tuesday, April .KMi, a con. Mlx Katheryne Hull, of Fulton, Is tin uncut of Ml Orear thl week. Mlx Flora Crouch I. us returned from ti vlxlt to Kansas City (rlendx. Mlx Minnie Love, of St. Loulx, Ix vMiing Mis I.uIii Ward In this city. U'vl (!ll)on, of Hoonevllle, wax the gurxl of Ahiel lcnnurd Tuexdny. LA CROSSE LUMBER CO. Operate their own Private Telephone Syatea. CheupcM hntH In town tit Mm. M K. Campbell's, up xtulrx opposite the Jta II. l.'Mf. M tickets were xold lit thlx pluce for the Kiiihiix City excursion on Sntur ilny. I. 'I'. Itu-pcll. of lilooiullelil. lown. visited Hugh llnye and family thlx week. Dr. A. A. Wheuler und C. X. .lack son. from Mluml, Mere In town Tuex day. Misses Alice und Minnie I try an, of Suit Sprint;) were In Monthly shop pine. Ml Llllle Pnync, of Suit S...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 3 May 1901

MARSHALL KKPUbLlCAN. 15 Wall Stmet and tba Prophtts. I'lillinl.'liililn l'r.-.i. Speculation on Wall Ktreet lint now reached the point where large circle of liixldeix and outxlder ait guexxlng a to hit lasting or breaking. There are three circle of prophets. The outer circle beltcvca It It going to laxt forever. The outsider In thin market have bought xtock ho far on every advance anil have made money, lie cauxc they were otitxltlcrx. I'eople more familiar with Wall atreet make n accoml ring, which I xhaklng It various head anil predicting a lireak. The lliinticlnlucckllcii nrcliithlx group. Lastly, thiTD come xtrange whlxperx from the very liixldcxt Inxlde of all that thing have only just begun to go up. anil that there arc yet more "con xolldatlonx" nnd new Issues to go '-'l higher. 'llieite three vlewn, of a wide and widening public, which Is buying mad ly, of a more Informed circle, which ha got I'm watch out timing the com lut; lireak, and the Inner circle, which U Horry It wax...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 3 May 1901

14 MARSHALL KEPUbLlCAN. How'n Tbit7 Ve offer One Hundred Dollar Ho ward for nny case of Citturrh that can not be cured l.v llull'x Catarrh Cure. T. .I.Clll'.NK.VA: Co., Pnip.. Toledo.O. Vc, the timlerxlgned, liovi' known l .!. Cheney for the ltml Ifiyeur. unit Mlevc him iH-rfii'tly honorable In all btixlncxx tranxoctlonx, ntul tlnuueiully ulilc to curry out any obligation made liy their llrtn. WKST V Tltt'AX, Wholesale Drug gist, Toledo, o. Wai.imno, Kinnan .V Mahvin. Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hull's Catarrh Cure Is taken Intern ally, acting directly upon the blond ami mucous xitrfaeex of the syxtem. I'rlwTm! wr bottle. Sold liy till drug glxtx. Tcstlmnnlalx free. Hull's Family Pills arc tin lct. Dry Ecxema. Tetter, Bait Rheum and Molit Ect.tna or 8crotnru All eruptive disease originate In tin Mood and kidneys. Illooil Is Im pregnated with dead or decayed tis sue anil polxonnu element which thi kidney uml bowel nrj' unable to ex m'I. Potex of xkln l'iecome clogged, anil that t...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 3 May 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 15 IN THE COUNTY. MALTABEND- A. Shepherd I on the sick Hot. Hot weather for the first of May. Mm. C. If. Thomas Is quite nick. Geo. Matter has had a relapse and at this writing In stifftrlng severely. Our farmers are very busy planting corn. They arc very anxious for a rain. Several from hero are arranging to tro to work on the It. II. which will mioii begin. Dr. .1. It. Drown wns In St. Ixml several days, attending to some busi ness matters. Mm. James Maker In entertaining her mother and sister, of Mnnhattun, Kansas, this wcok. Word hat reached here that K. S. Meier U now In Sherman, Texan, helping to put In a new mill. Kd Hammond and family went to Kansas City on Saturday nnd will re main several days visiting friend and rclu'.lvc. A. F. Hi-own, .lr.( whohaH lecn at tending a medical college In St. Iiul, returned Immo Friday. He.hu one mor' yeor work before he will he. en titled to put M. I), to hi signature. ( A. White left hen over a month ago for I'onilCrec...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 3 May 1901

16 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. When the President Travels. Ity IdMir.v Ulclilli'M V I. In fiiltinliiy Km'IiIiix l'nt. President McKinley's trip West will le the longest journey muter taken ly him .since his election to his high office. For more than a month a railroad train will he his moving home, nntl the citizens of the Republic will rend with daily interest the story of his triumphal process. This extended trip wilt he from Washington to California. The President will travel at least 10,000 miles. He will he seen and heard by hundreds of thousands of people, hut only n few a very few will enjoy the privilege of lieing his fellow-passengers. And even the-e few will know hut little ol the de tails of running the President's train or of the precautions neces sary to avoid mishap. These de tails are the more interesting be cause in this country the railroad officials c.iuuol p.iralyze the busi ness of their roads, closing all the stations and withdrawing nil the trains, as was done in Kugl...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 10 May 1901

MARSHAL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. X. MARSHALL. SALINE COUNTY. MISSOURI. MAY 10. 1901. NO. 14. NEWS OP THE WEEK. Representative of a Pennsylvania oil com pany have secured options on nine hundred acres of laud near Wcllsvillc, Mo., and will commence boring for oil at once. Cole and James Younger, nerving life sentences in the penitentiary at Stillwater, Minn., were parol led last Wednesday, but arc not allowed to leave the state of Minnesota. They have been in prison since 1876. "Hud" Taylor h.is been indicted by the Jrckson county Grand jury for the murder of Ruth Nollard. The indictment however was merely a formal procedure, as he has been held by virtue of un information filed by the prosecuting attorney. The Northeast Missouri Press Association will meet at Macon, Mo., May id and 17. Addresses of welcome will be delivered by Mayor Aerroan and Capt. Ben Kli Guthrie and responses by editors Kills, of New Flor ence, and Levanger, of Milan. Gen. Kitchener, under date of May 7, re ports to the...

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