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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 4 May 1911

r i n i if .1 .1 Tribbey & Mullenhöur, Elevator Old Thayer Grain Elevator Highest Market Prices Paid in Cash for All Kinds of Grain. FLOUR AND FEED FOR SALE CEMENT, LIME, PLASTER. SEWER TILE, -SALT TR4BBEY and 1 "l "l "i "t TV -7v -'TV -TV -TV -TV T vv C. R. LEONHRD. I Funeral Director PLYMOUTH. f CR. Leonard ITH IE GREAT 1EET Splendid Team From Rochester Lodge, Thirtv-two In Number, In New Re galia. Give, Degrees to Twelve Candi dates Banquet Fallows. Last night was a big time for tlie Odd Fellows of this part of the state. It ws one of tht great occasions for Americus Lodge No. 91 of Plym outh and also for Rochester Lodge No. 47. Nearly 300 were here and they made sacb a crowd that the lodge room would not hold them. It wa3 necessary to rent the Armory and hold the meeting there, which they had intended giving in the lodge rooms. A large number 01 Americus lodge went to the Lake Erit train to welcome the 108 Fellows from Ro chester. From the train .'"a proces sion formed two b...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 4 May 1911

forty BorreejcrÄ r 112 BAIROADN 12 TEEGARDEfJ. James Faleonbury is seriously ill of dropsy. Ifr. and Mrs. Walter Lehman of Chicago "were at home on Sunday. BenQsrks mo red into the Justin livers bouse last FridV . Mr. and Mrs. Horn Kline of Alida visited in town .?r Sunday. Alec MeDnniel, who has been quite sick, is slowly improving. W. C. Divine was at Plymouth on , .' For Saftymrilay, May 6tfo9 1911 Remember this big offer is for Saturday only; the quantities are limited, the demand great, so come early and get all the benefits. E3DO Mrs. Rebeoea Muttis of Arkansas is visittng her ßi?ter, Mrs. Lew Lemert. Mrs. Re&ecea Myers of PlymouthJ visited ker brother, Alec McDaniel m few .days last week. SLIGO. Ward Perkins has the mumps. Mrs. .Qiive Heckart and Nancy Barts f Plymouth spent Sunday with Ned Marek and family. Lewis and Ida Stuck of Plymouth rpent Sanday with Adam Kepler and family. Mr. aad Mrs. Floyd Miller and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel St role were tfce guests of M...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 11 May 1911

WEEK CAN County IJccunler J.lanlrt " ü ü VOLUME 57 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAX II, 1931, NUMBER 15) REFUEL I V(,., J h IHTMIL STEP IUI OUT But His Action Will Await the End of the Revolution and the Restoration of , Order in Mexico Revolutionists are Elated With Their Victory. City of Mexico, May 7. General Forfirio Diaz tonight issued a man ifesto to the people of Mexico, de claring his intention to resign the presidency as soon a3 peace is 5 re stored. In this maner the president has itually acceded to the demands of Francisco I. Madero that ha make announcement of such inten tion. As to when peace Is actually re stored General Diaz reserves the right to be the judge. In the words of the manifesto, it will be "when according to the dictates of my con-' science, I am sure that my resigna tion will not be followed by an archy. " The president declared that bis determination ot to relinquish the presidency at this time was not due to vanity or love of power. lie said he was prom...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 11 May 1911

REELEGT THE UBERS OF LIBRARY BOARD CITY COUNCIL HONOR OLD MEMBERS BY RETAINING THEM MATTER NEAR LY FORGOTTEN. FIRE EXTINGUISHER Lar?e Batch of Bills City Finances In Good Condition Cemetery To Be Nicely Car ed For. The city council Monday night re elected the same members of the Li brary Board which they appointed last year. Mr. John R. Jones and Mrs. Dr. J, W. Smith. Mrs.' Arm strong received three votes. Mrs. Smith four and Mr. Jones five, both members being voted for at the same time. The matter was nearly forgotten, as no one brought it to the attention of te council and no recommendations of names for mem bers were made by anyone. Three extra men were allowed for special cleaning up of Oak Hill cemetery for Decoration day and that already beautiful place will be put in fine condition. A 45-gallon fire extinguisher is to be ordered by the clerk on trial. It will cost about $130. New boards will be put on the sidewalks of the Michigan street bridge. Sidewalks were ordered on Libe...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 11 May 1911

BIDDY IS DOING WELL. CULVER COMMENCEMENT. W World omans Dr. L. D. Eley Escaped Unhurt Prom TThat Appear sd Would Be a Seriou3 Accident. HAS AUTO ACCIDENT. L Geo. Eckert of Linkrille Collects Over Thirty Cases of Eggs In Two Days. Thirteen Graduates Given Diplomas Hon. Fred Landis Makes Address On Abraham Lincoln. v:st ft? Ä. 8ome of Queen Mary's Social Moves Suggest She Lacks Tact. HELP OUR CLUB IN ITS IRK Dr. L. D. Eley . participated in "what might have been a very seri ous accident Thursday, but which fortunately for him, was not. As he was driving through the country in his automobile, the steering "wheel broke, causing him to lose control of the machine. It drove into an embankment near the home of Joe Birgins, -who resides about six miles northwest of here, and completely tore the two front wheeU off. The doctor's shoe was also torn off, but he was not hurt, with the exception -of a few bruises. Anderson Beagles came to the rescue with his t,ray And brought the debri3 back hom...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 11 May 1911

LAUER THE REPUBLICAN SAMUEL E. BOYS. Edltor and Prop ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY. Entered as second class matter January 14, 1911, at the post office at Plymouth, Indiana, under the Act of March 3, 1879. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 2? er tl 50 B lx months .75 tiro months .25 -P1 PDer will be continued anlese ordered ipped. except where subscribe lire outside te count?. Tbe date on the yellow slip is the tl se to which you have paid. One of the good new magazines is "The National Post," the first issue of which appeared -with the May number. Tie price is 10 cents arid its editorials and nevs articles are full of strength as veil fis of fresh, new ideas. A new de parture from the usual style of mag azines and papers is that each article is cut off at the end by rule limning entirely aervss the commr instead of using only a dash. The nagazine considers the news of the t me and discusses present day eve-'.lr in a thorough manner. THE BAND AGAIN. All Plymouth and vicinity will be glad to learn that ...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 11 May 1911

It I A GOOD YEAR TO PAPER 1 Never in the history of wall paper has there bten such a variety of beautiful creation in all grades as can be obtained this year. Our spring stock is a magnificent oner The papers are a marvel of artistic design and rich blending of color. Fo paper this spring with the rare selections afforded by our fctock means continues satisfaction during the years the papers will be on your walls. We want to show you our beautiful goods. Come and see 0 ihem even if you have not fully decided to paper. You will decide when por: see them, and our low prices will afford you a saving worlh while. The People Drug's Store CHAS. REYNOLDS, PROP. Plymouth, - - Indiana. WAIST COLUMN Fr Sale For Rent Lost Found-Wanted-Etc. For Sale New piano, dining room suite, coal stove. Bargain for cash. Phone 4332. lw SATURDAY J. M. Ilensaw of Culver was in town today. Miss Ida Winnie of Inwood spent the day in this city. Pasture for rent-Blue grass, good' f - tw tniW water, shade. Bert Ha...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 11 May 1911

We Talk throh our HATS. If tt are RIQrtr, we have them. Ash! If we Save thcm-TMEV ARE RIQHT. MILLINERY S Your Old Hats And Old Materials Made Over to look like new. BRING THEM IN. Order work a Specialty. Willow Plumes at Right Prices 01 N. Michigan St. HFSSA T MYFRS Plymouth, Indiana. LlVO THURSDAY Mrs. H. M. Tebay spent Wednes day at In wood. F. 0. Spitler is spending a couple gog of days in South Bend. ( R'udolph of gouth Bendwa3 Mrs. Alice Brown spent the day. in the city "Wednesday visiting rela with friends at Argos. I tires. t Mrs. Belle Stuck is spending a week with relatives at Laporte. j south .Bend on business yesterday t t tt u afternoon. Li. J. Hess was a business trans- ,r . , actor t Ft. Wayne Wednesday. ! Mf Frfd ?ar olL nsport : spent the day in the city with rela Miss Cora Ilallock was a South tives'." Bend business transactor yesterday. Miss Uzzie clou5h wag the Mrs. Grover.Spahr and baby of city Wednesday attending the Mar Walkerton are in the city visiting vin fu...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 11 May 1911

t ! 4:8"M I WHAT THE GREEN I BOX CONTAINED f The Explanation That Came Out With Its Contents. J By INA WRIGHT HANSON. 1 1 'V K ! -fr This Is the letter that 1 wrote: Dear Mrs. Hynes After you had left my brother's office I went to the corner table, over which hangs a mirror, to get my hat. Near the hat I found a nickel, which was not there when I laid my hat down Therefore I conclude it Is your property and am inclosing Its equivalent In stamps. Tours most faithfully. WILLIAM BEATTY. This is the letter that'she wrote: Dear Mr. Beatty The nickel, as you sur-y- mlsed. belonged to me. and 1 thank you for your thoughtfulness. But as its loss was the result of my own carelessness 1 feel that no more than 3 cents is my due. and I return herewith one stamp. Again thanking you. 1 am yours sincerely. L. 11. HYNES. I bad several times from my studio observed Mrs. Ilynes enter my broth er's law office. The rather sad brown eyes, shining rolls of dark hair and unusual grace of carriage attracte...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 11 May 1911

1 r County Correspondence DONALDSON. Ice cream at the post office again Saturday night. Mrs. Albert Baum was in Plym outh Tuesday. Mr and Mrs. Wm. Miller of Burr Oak called on friends here Sunday. They cäme in their auto. E, 0. Samuelson of Rockford 111., is visiting his family herelfor a few days. Wm. Bobbins, who is now at ClaiLe, called on friends Tuesday. Mr. and John Miller of South Bend visited over Sunday with Mrs. Nora Stringer. , Mr. and Mrs. Chas Ritchey left Monday for their new home in Col umbia City, Mr. Ritchey has a position with the Penna. Ry, GILBERT LAKE Farmers in thia vicinity are busy Bowing onions. Carl Olson, of north of Donald son, speEt Sunday with Martin Anderson Eieie Anderson, who has been staying at the home of John Ander son, returned Sunday to her home tn Maple Prk, 111. Martin Anderson spent Saturday in Plymouth. John Larson i.? reported sick. Conformation Instructions. Confirmation instructions will be given on Wednesday evenings, beginning toright a...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 18 May 1911

ALL nmmi Ii GRUBE GASE V 9 Y t VOLUME 57 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 18, 19 1. NUMBER 20 5UPR,F,(V3E COURT DISSOLVES THE STANDARD OIL TRUST iXountv ifec order iJanlO WEEK REPUEL CAN : i : J V Epoch Making Decision Marks the High way of Industrial Progress InAmer ica Prevents Combinations for the Restraint of Trade. (From Chicago Tribune) petition11 to such an extent as tobe a combination of conspiracy in re straint of trade in violation of the first section of , the Sherman act and also to be an attempt at a monopo lization which became a perennial violation of the second section. "We see no cause to doubt the correctness of these con elusions," said the chief justice, "considering HAVE FRIENDSHIP DAY English Roses Sent Prom the Grave of Ann Hathaway by Mrs. Young Alice Freeman Palmer. Washington, D. C, May. 15 The Standard Oil company of New Jersey and its nineteen subsidiary corpora tions were declared today by the Supreme Court of the United States to be a conspiracy and com...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 18 May 1911

May 2(Q)9 apdl' get a ysefyl SoyveÄ J f i u i i Cow Pees and Soy Deans for Forage for Grain and for Soil Improvement Br PROF. A.T. WINOCKO Soil and Crop Department Purdue Experiment Station PURDUE. UNIVERSITY AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION . . .. , . , , . .. . . . . . , . . .. v .-.-.v. : :: :-. .. .v. .v.- .-.v-v . .v.'. :: ::: ... ..-.; .-..:. : : . . .- .'. 3tf 2 f4J S Oy f A Fine .Field xf Soy Bea Eyery farmer who feeds live stock should become acquainted with ! the py tean and cow pea, as often one or the other might be used to good ad vantage.' Both are leguminous plants rich In protein and make excellent crops for supplementing carbonaceous feeding stuffs, such as corn. Being annual plants of rapid growth, they fit easily into a variety of rotations anJ may often be used as emergency crops where few other things would fit it. Both crops are excellent soil im provers, as they gather large quanti ties of nitrogen from the air and have an especially beneficial effect upon the physical,...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 18 May 1911

r" .'V"T-r - - CONCERT 15 Fl II THE CHORUS WORK Do Yon Want to Help Pay the Rent? Did you ever stop to think how much more it costs to keep tip a store in a place like South Bend than in a place like Plymouth! More for wages, because it costs the help more to live in a larger place J more for rent, more for advertising, more for everything. The merchant makes about the same profit on his goods in either place. Who helps pay the extra expenses of the big city store T You do, if you trade there. SOLVING THE Hf!P IIP IUUIUMIVUL Ul CITY GARBAGE VR. PEOTHERO FAILED TO COME AND HIS PARTS WERE SUNG BY REV. IVINS. INOr A LARGE CROWD Former Plymonthites Rusticating. Mr. and Mrs. Noble aYe spending a i two weeks vacation with the latter s mother, at Memphis, Tenn. Daily j cards to friends here indicate a fine citv where once "was the home of yel low fever and kindred diseases. It has been made a city of beautiful parks and drives that are a delight and is also a busy city, hustling for busine...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 18 May 1911

Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Haag. 'i-im w lit 'BE REPUBLICAN SAMUEL E. BOYS, Editor and Prop then seemed to become rigid, I took hold of him and laid him on the b-nch but he did not even gasp nor move a hand. He was dead. "Wm. Murphy came along and telephoned for a doctor and Dr. Knott soon re- snnrnfod hnt it was t.nr lata. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY, j Mr. Rish had been rooming back of Entered as second class matt -' Young's barber shop. He was a mem January 14, 1911, at the post off tber of the G. A. R. and well known rlymouth, Indiana, under tue in Plymouth. He leaves a divorced Act of March 3, 1879. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One year fl.bO Blx months.... .."..I!"..... .75 two months !.". !25 ,The pDer wül be continued unless ordered tapped, except where subscribers live outside i 5 P1?; The dtc on tne yellow Hip it the n ne to which you hare paid. SPRINKLING. The question of water sprinkling cn the paved streets, and esßeciallj: wife and five children; Sylvester, of South Bend, Arthur of Sandsto...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 18 May 1911

Pleasures at Our Fountain We un oar soda fountain for your benefit and pleasure. It provide3 pure, healthful, palate-de ighting drinks and creamy, icy refreshment the whole1 eummpr long. If yr,u have tried our beverages you know how eood they are, but you cannot know about all of them because we are con stantly adding new things to our menu. SUCH EXQUISITE DRINK 3 combinations of freeh fruif, fresh e.2g9 and sweet cream are seldom found. Clean, polished, dainty glasses al ways used, fu cjeanlines3 ami purity are emphaszd tera in every y and at all times, .- People's DrHig Store CMAS. REYNOLDS, PROP. Plymouth, .... Indiana. 0 WAIST COLUMN For Sale-For Rent Lost Found -Waoteo-Etc. Pasture for rent Blue grass, good water, shade. Bert Hand, R. 13, Arges. , wtn For Sale Rubber tired double seated surrey, canopy tcp; 1 rubber tired runabout. C. Cleveland. d li-12-13 wl3 Bulls for Sale. Short Horn and Polled Dnrbams pure bred -red nd roans. Call, write wire or phone.. C. T.Mattingly, Plym ...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 18 May 1911

THURSDAY Henry Miller of Bremen U here on business. J. W. "Wolford transacted busi ness in Chicago Thursday. .Wm. Richmond , of Chicago is home for a few days visit. Mrs. Jos. Whitesell spent Thurs day with, her parents in Donaldson Mrs. J. E. Smith is "visiting rela tives at Argos for a couple of days. Mrs. H. J. Mit shell of Elkhart re turned to 'her home todcy, after visiting her mother, Mrs. Remy. Rae Anderson went to South Bend this morning, "where he will transect business for a couple of days. Mrs. David Menser and her guest, Miss Bertha Burkett of Sc nth Bend, went to Culver for a few days visit. Miss Beiilah Martindaleof Pierce lon, who has been the guest of Miss Grace Mow, went to Silver Lake this morning to visit relatives. ' Remember that F. W. Williams is in 'the sale business alone and his headquarters are at Astley & Ho L&m's whee all dates can be mada. Mrs. G. F. Haines left today for Warren, where they have moved from Des Moines, la., after visiting here wit...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 18 May 1911

Road Champion In Long Track Event I lj Xrv- F 4 Ralph Mulford, crack drivr of the Lozier who not only won the National Road Championship at Elgin but whc through his consistent work in the Vanderbilt. Fairinount Park, Atlanta and Savannah Grand Prize Unces, has been aceortled the title of "Champion of 1910' The only driver who finished in every one of these events. En tered in the ÜGO-mile International Sweepstakes rare et te Indianapolis Motor Sieecwnv. D?corction Day, May SO. G 0 5 B LEAVES BASEBALL FOR ONE DAY AND DRIVES RACE AUTO ON SPEEDWAY. Great EasebslI Player Would Become Speed Demon If Opportunity Wa Afforded in Long Raes. Ty Cobb, the champion batsman of tLe American league ami the famous fetar of the Detroit Baseball Club, is a speed demon. The famous "Tyrus demonstrated his. prowess at the wheel of a racing: automobile at the Indianapolis Mote Speedway, recent ly, when he turned a mile In a Na tional "40" In 02 seconds, with "Brick" Owens, the American Association um pi...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 18 May 1911

LEI OERS OF TM REVIEW BOARD CHORE.: CHAS. G. SAWYER AND P. M. McCROEY SELECTED " BY JUDGE TO HELP EUALIZE ASSESSMENTS. SIIADEL PLEADS GUILTY Conrt Considering Case of Hettinger Will Other Business Consider ed By Legal Machinery This Week. In the case of the State of Indiana against Chas. Shadel for illegally selling intoxicating liquors, the de fendant plead guilty and was fined $50 and costs. Chas. G. Sawyer of German town ship and France M. McCrory of Center Township were appointed members of the Board of Review of Marshall County, to meet with same Board the first Monday in June. Hon. Lemuel "W. Royse of Warsaw was appointed special judsre in the ease of Garland W. Bogardus vs. County Commissioners. The case of the State of" Indiana vs. Sidney G. Hardy was called, and upon the defendant failing to app?ar, his sureties, Adam E. Wise and Har ry E. Grube, forfeited a judgement of $150. Adam Kroehler's Sons Co. receiv ed a judgement .arainst Clyde H. Metsker for $206.98 and costs, as...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 25 May 1911

. ,..-.. E WEEKLY JvEIPUIBlL CAM n a n': VOLUME 57 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 25 NUMBER 21 1 V, FHT CULTY 1 Well Known Citizen Assessed $348 By Court and JuryLarge Crowd Wit ness Sensational Trial at Orpheum Library Gets $35.12. Before an audience which nearly filled the Orpheum Monday night a re morseless jury, directed by a digni fied and infallible judge, reached down by the strong arm of the law in the guise of a mock trial, and took by tlie nape of the neck one Harry E. Grube, for having shame lessly broken his promise to marry Mrs. Jerushy Ruggs Perkins. A crushing verdict in damages was meted out to the defendant in the sura of $3.48, three dollars of which went to the jurymen and the forty eight cents to the judge. The at torney fees have not yet been paid, but we are reliably informed that they will be very large, ranging from thirty to seventy cents, ac cording to the wealth of the party and the unscrupulousness of the at torney. Ever since the discision last night t...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 25 May 1911

FRECH GRAUT OSES HIS HEAD VqIyoIoss Auto to Enter Racing Sport . I W. H. Turner, who will pilot a alveless Amplex through the 500-mile International Sweepstakes race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Memo rial Day, May 30. Turner drove his big car at the rate of 85 miles an hour through the mow on the Speedway In January. E CHEVROLET AND BASLE AT IN DIANAPOLIS TO DRIVE RACE. Duiek Team Has Two Pilots Who Got Reputation Abroad Before Driv ing in America. Arthur Chevrolet, the "Swiis Whirl wind," and Charley Basle, the famous French driver, will be the pilots of the Buick cars in the 500-mile Internation al Sweepstakes Race to be held at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway next Me morial Day, according to the an nouncement of Wadsworth Warren, manager of the famous Michigan rac ing team. Both of these drivers are well, known, having been engaged in many of the greatest events in the last few years. Arthur Chevrolet Is the brother of Louis Chevrolet, who f prang v into sudden prominence ...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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