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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 25 April 1911

mmmmmmmmmm X ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY REPORTER VOLUME XXXI ABILENE TEXAS TUESDAY ArRIL 25 1011. NUMBER FOMTT. TEXAS PYTHIAN HOSTS WELCOMED TO ABILENE 38th Grand Lodge and 16th Grand Temple About to Assemble. FATAL WRECK ON PEACE PI05PECTS McNAMABA INCIDENT IS CAUSING BIG SENSATION Investigation of So-Called "Dynamite" Cases Widely Extended. M. K. 8 T. HA GROW BRIGHTER k o- HUNDREDS ARE HERE ADVANCE GUARD OF DELEGATES COME ON SPECIAL TRAIN. CONVENTIONS BEGIN TUESDAY Remain III Session Three Diijs; Frog- ram for This Evening. a o o o o 0 c PROGRAM FOR TODAY 2:30 p. in. Automobile ride for viBitora Btnrtlng from Hotel Grace. 7:00 to 9; 30 p. in Public re- ception and dance at the Elks Club. Grand march begins at 9:30. 8; 00 p. m. Special conven- tion of Grand Lodge in School of Instruction and for confer- ring Grand Lodge rank at Odd Fellows" Hall. Also presenta- tion of Past Supreme Chancel- lor's Jewel to Past Supremo Chancellor H. P. Brown. Zt w W j ZZ Z W n&attftai8 highly satisfact...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 25 April 1911

r t S M'HMR RES IRE BEGINNING POLICE OF COUNTRY RESOLVED TO PUT STOP TO DYNAMI- TING BUILDINGS MERCILESS PROBE PLANNED Sensational Developments Looked for Following Arrest of Prominent Han Charged With ConiplU city in Los Angeles Affair By Associated Press: INDIANAPOLIS Jnd. April 22. The arrest In this city this evening of Jno. J. McNamara Secretary and Treasur- er of the International Association of J3rldgo Structural Iron Workers on a warrant charging him with compll- rltv In dvnnmltlntr tho Loa Antrelca Times building October 1 1910 when iweniy-ono men were killed Is the be- ginning It Is said of a- relentless cam- paign that will be Inaugurated against alleged suspects In that matter. Tho arrest of McNamara was made by William J. Burns of New York City. Burns said tho responsibility for destructive explosions in other parts of the country will bo placed as result of the investigation now In pro- gress. He intimated that various dc toctlve agencies had been quietly work- ing and...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 25 April 1911

MWEflMlOiiii'jwxj.'j'..y tM mm given NEW DRESSES) fmmmmnmfimmmismmimtmimmmmm 7 1 1 fji - WARM WELCOME A JffifUrti r a SKVKUAJ HUNRREI) AIHLKNIANS SAW K. OF 1. SPECIAL Alt. KIM: SUNDAY KIGHT LIGHT SYSTEM MAGNIFICENT Hluzc of Electricity Made Fitting Hnckgronud to Larger Scheme of Entertainment Special ArrlH'd at 9:55 l. 31. From Monday's Dallr. The most ImpresBivc stnte conven- tion In Texas fraternaliam Is about to convene In Abilene the Pythlaus are In town. Tho vanguard riding In style rolled Into the city at fivo minutes to nine o'clock Sundny night in a special train over the Texas & Pacific Railway. It appears almost fruitless to elab- orate on the schemo about tho hand- some 'new Texas & Pacific passengor station "prior to tho arrival of the vis- itors and the enthusiastic reception tendered thorn for apparently every- body In town was there. Seriously tho crowd Is estimated' at from twenty-five hundred to threo thousand almost bb large aB that which greet ed Col. Theo...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 25 April 1911

PAF. FOUK - '- rsz General -cm Unveiling of Houston Monument at Httntsville (By Upataor Vincent.) HUNTSVILLE TEXAS April 22. Thousands of TcxtuiB gathered here yesterday to celebrate the anniversary C tho battlo of San Jacinto to witness the unveiling of tho monument to Sam Houston and to listen to patriotic ad Atcbbcb by William Johnlng Bryan and other gifted orators. A Bpcclal train brought over one thousand pco- plo from Houston alone many of them dcBcendentB of men who fought with Houstoij and were his contemporaries In the councils of tho Republic of Texas. San Jacinto day is closer to 'the hearts of tho South Texas people than to those of other partB of Texas. Hero tho early struggles of tho nation took place; hero -waB written that history -which today Is a priceless heritnge to tho sons and daughters of tho Repub- lic hero Houston and Travis and Aus- tin and Do Zavalln and Deaf Smith lived and In these cemeteries rest their ashes. Hero are the battlefields of the early strug...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 25 April 1911

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Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 25 April 1911

pao ntx PEACE IN MEXICO THOUGHT ASSURED Francisco Madero Rebel Chief Tentatively Accepts Armistice. m DIAZ WILL NOT STEP DOWN Aged President Still Factor in Nation's Affairs; Madero Slated Next Vice-President To Succeed Ramon Corral By Associated Press. WASHINGTON April 22.The dove or pence is hovering- over' the .Mexican republic. A long step toward securing tranquility In Mexico was taken today. General Francisco' I. Madero leader ot the Insurrectos formally authorized Dr. Vasquez Gomez his diplomatic representative In the United States to tonsumate nn armistice with the Mexican federal government and lays down such terms as the latter has already approved. MESSAGES SPEED' HACK AND FOItTII. Tonight the conditions of the armistice are speeding back and forth across the American continent for the approval of both sides. The agreement that will probably be accepted by both sides is about like this: (1) The immediate suspension of hostilities by the contending forces be- fore the city...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 25 April 1911

tnwutoirtii I'liwiioi'innii iwii witmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm r-AGE SETKJT THE FIRST STATE BANK & TRUST CO THE GUARANTY FUND BANK fr 0 t .- El S IT BE MINORITY l. SEXATI) PROBABLY BE CALLED TO SETTLE (1. 0. J DISPUTE REPUBILGAN PARTY DIVIDED Regulars Iteject Progress! o Demand For Say.So in all Committee u polntnioutb Situation Uni- quely Puzzling; WASHINGTON Apiil I!.). The de- mocratic minority in the United States Senate may bo called upon to act as an' arbitration commltteo and settle the differences existing between the republican regulars and progressives. Tho bono of contention Is the question of commltteo appointments and tan- gle unique. In the affairs of the Sen.- ato la predicted. The unprecedented situation of a democratic body' arbi- trating disputes between republicans is believed to be at hand. Discussion is brisk tonight following adjourn ment of a meeting of the republican ment or a meeting or urn republican committee on Committee at which me uuiiiuuu ui uie .irufcrusniYu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 25 April 1911

- nurtT fidcome "Puaus WAMOT UNIQUE IVvlewe; 3V&UW& 3&jOYe SotfvT$ T?V&c& erctoftta "Xk xc6z o3i o msW Wvvs sove- e V A.o tMYVw$ vw our o&y o wake omv msW easax. - "VOvVVv ta&vraA.& outvs w &W devaTv&TvU wtri s-pfccAaV aV- xts Vu TTvaxv r& arc xwaVuv sVvowVtui Vv&tc Wvvs xott&V. mote &t- VvacW)& awa toYvUc VvaT tvjfcT. SaVe T2eawWv5eTxvs HBUHlsBxPfGllllHI HHialrMnvTwU' "LiCS?vt ' 'tfcrisssM ti5ssss ?sMsMsBgjj5sMiBsWE'"W3ffisl We hae on sale all this week a largo assortment f beautiful Fertis and Japanese Air Plants. These arc the best imported Ferns on tho market large hunches with long and full tcndrills. fast colors. Neither sunshine nor air will fade them. The special prices at which we otter Brass Baskets and Shells. They make handsome and attractive decorations. REGULAR FILLINGS Contains hair .herns pht up in silver paper Special prjee for folir Inch Special price for .Six Inch 50c SOLID BRASS DISHES Pilled with Japane...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 April 1911

ng.i.f knwiy u j .j. '.'"'iiMII BPMPfWKimWW ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY REPORTER ''Htmmmmrmn! tit mu f i r it. TOLUME XXXI USHttTS WORK (JltAND LODGE WAS IX SESSION TODAY IX AMLENE FOR THE LAST TIME. ABILENE HIGHLY PRAISED Resolution Thanking Central City fur Hospitalities Extended Adopted by Rising Vote; Committees turn in Reports. (THURSDAY.) Hie morning Besslon and the third and last day of the Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias of ToxaB wns call-1 ed to order by Supreme Rcpresenta- tte John F. Onion who is accredited with being tho very beat parliamenta- rian of tho Grand Lodge and one who can dispatch more business In the shortest tlmo than any other member. Great lntorest was taken In the elec- tion of n Grand Outer Guard as there were several members placed in nom- ination. H took threo ballots for an election. On tho third ballot M. R. Robinson of El Paso wns elected. A resolution was offered instructing the Supreme Representatives to use their efforts to have order for Pass word placed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 April 1911

1 It I! 1 H P Ki r. I f PAVEMENT PARAGRAPHS 1 I tmIptt oTirJ Put in Print bv I tlUtVCUUJ ouu J. B French of San Angelo made his alator Mrs. S B. Spencer north of Abilene a visit a few da?B ago. S E. Adcock of the Buffalo Gap dis- trict returned this week from a busi- ness trip to hla old homo In Bowlo county Mrs. Allen Williams of Potosl spent Tuesday night In Abllone with her son Earl Williams of tho Abllono Dry Goods Company. Mrs. Salycrs of Buffalo Gap has re- Marion French for several year a citizen of Merkel but now living In turned homo from a visit to her sIb- ter in New Mexico. "W C Clark living on Elm three mllCB below Buffalo Gap sees no reason now why thlB country is not in it for a bumper crop this year. After spending flvo weeks .with his brother-in-law P. M. McKlnney But- ternut and South 5th D.'C. Allen has xeturued to his home in Kenutcky. The rain in the Hodges country Sat- urday night was light says W. B. Lee. "Wheat was needing rain but other crops were not suffer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 April 1911

lMJBT. t ; i i' riTffjKnui j in. tmmKfkta(WSmMimiuimuiifwmmmmuifMmimtB X ft . KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS GRAND LODGE OPENS Convention Formally Called To Order at 9:30 O'clock This Morning. STIRRING ADDRESSES ARE MADE Visitors Cordially Welcomed to CityGrand Chancellor Engledow and Mrs. H. A. Everett Respond. (TUESDAY) At )3Q o'qlock lils morning the Convention of the Grand Lodge of Knights and the Grand Temple or Pythian Sisters was formally" opened at the llrst Baptist church. Fully 1000 peopje fere In attendance. In the ahsence of O. P. Thomas E. M. Overshlner acted 'as master of ceremonloB. Rev. Geo. II Morrison pastor of the First Christian church of this city pronounced the invocation which was followed by an organ selection by Prof. C. 1L Lowis of Simmons College. JIu)or Klrbj's Address of Welcome. Hon. E. N. Klrbj'i mayor of the city of Abilene delivered the address ofj welcome on behalf of the citizens. 'Mr Overshlner introduced Mr. Kirby as the "liveliest mayor in the liveliest tow...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 April 1911

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 April 1911

4 COMMITTEE AIHRDS WINDOW DECORATIONS C. Campbell Gels First; Sellers Dry Goods Company Second IV. C. rolrce Third. (THURSDAY ) A commllteo of three visHiiig- Knights of Pythias constating of n- U. L Jenkins of Clarendon R H. Hat- field of Beaumont and G. A. Tomlln- son of Fort Worth mndo awards on local storo decorations todny as fol- lows; FJrst--T C. Campbell dry goods. Second Sellers Dry Good8 Compa- ny. Third W C. Petrce & Co. Grocor- lCB. The CommiUee Report. The committee report rends as fol- lows: "Mr. 13. E. Ixoney Secly Wo have carefully observed the de- corations both oxterlor nnd Interior of the various business houses. Tak- ing Into consideration the color scheme artlBtic effect nnd appropri- ateness to the occasion and the busi nesses represented we wxiuld recom- mend thnt the parties (ns above nam ed) po nwnruod first second and third pilzes. It has been ho easy task to reach a decision as so many were of ftiu-ii uujirqprinto and moritorloua de- sign Kespectfully ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 April 1911

BUCK GRAND CHANCELLOR WACO LIKELY NEXT HOST Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias Elects New Officers for the Year. MIMA WAGES STAMFORD WAS A ROYAL HOST WIND AND RAIN STORMS SWEEP SOUTHERN COASTS Gale Reaches Velocity of Fifty Miles An Hour at Galveston. C T D I s s PYTHIAN SISTERS THERE GRAM) TEUl'LK JIKJIIIEKS JOINED SESSIONS WITH KMUIITS. AH ADDRESS BY MRS SNEED Proved Fcniurc of Session; Doimlloii By rjtliJnn Sisters WEDNESDAY.) Judge R. H. Buck of Fort Worth Is tho next Grand Chancellor Texas Kulghts of Pythias. Judge Buck was elected at two fifteen this afternoon and succeeds J. It. Engledow of Troupe. C. F. "Welland of Dallas Is the next J Grand Vice Chancellor succeeding II. H. Swlnki of Temple. ' j Tom Connelly of larlfn was named Grand Prelate succeeding Judge R. H. Buck of Fort Worth. ( J. S Patrick of Paris; Grand Mas- ter at Arms. Henry Miller of Wcathcrford Grand Keeper of Records and Seal. This is Mr. Miller's twenty-second term in this office. "W. F Sklllman of Sulphur Spri...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 April 1911

MMMMHtofWMta M A t j vi Mrs SESSION PYTHIAN SISTERS GRAND TEMPLE STILL HUSY AT WORK; OFFICERS UK NAMED TOMORROW MORNING. $569 DONATION SECURED Money Turned Over (o Grand IoKC mid Added to Widows & Orphans Home Fund; Sisters Visit The Grand Lodge. n mule yesterday but not seriously In- Jured wo ore glad to say. Our school will close next Friday uh cako nnd soda ppp. "Wo aro blisy urnctlclns for child- ro:i is day tho second Sunday in May. View ball ionm nni tii . bntn lof a... IT!" """ "' vrosseu faVOr Of VOW. Hnrrnl.t n.Vi.. ...V. . - t "" new. uail players. Wheii VOII Wnnf n.. i.nt " "" '" t" lu " Jive ana healthy town corao to View. OPERATIONS IN CHIHUAHUA. So-Called ProTlslonnI Governor of J hat State Tells of Engagements and Movements; Tribute to late i JOHN T. WOFFH f $ V r 1 8 MEMORIAL SERVICES HKLl FOR LATE ORAM) CHANCELLOR DOMAIN OF TEXAS Insnrreoto Camp San Isldro April 0 via Chihuahua. AnHi 91 n..i i ..t.i.. .Tex April 23.Abrnham Gonzales so- uuneu i-rovisioiiai Govern...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 April 1911

L ..:. . ? "BiTT'"filMTrnrgiS'Li1iei i lln il I ft ill ii i t "F TACHE TEN J x J1 iiil ' II Wo are offering this week some special values hi Wash Skirts A shipment just received. The prettiest styles ahd best values offered this season as you will agree when you have seen this attractive assortment ami the small prices The Skirts come in pink blue white and natural linen: new 1911 styles and materiaU. Special prices range from $1.00 to $3.50 with somo extra specltl vaiiles at Jn fl $150 $2.00 and up to .. . $L UU 4Kb ' yrmMPffrr KXV VXPQfitiS fifinfcPtr. &JW7H can please you' Never before have these shoes been as attractive or better made than now. We carry a- wide range of styles and leathers and want to 'show them to you. Why not today? "Sues Gurw& Jlooscielt as a Menace to Prosperity Henry Beech Needham. in the Sat- urday Evening Post: I told the Col word for word what his admirer Mr. Hoodwlnkle had Bald about Wra The charge that he is a 'menace to prosT perlty" has been ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 2 February 1912

Og REPORfEii- SEMfWEEKLY rtLvxi xxxi ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 2 1818. Aii.T' I7t . D. PAYNE 2815 POLL TAX ABILENE THR0NEUFCH1NA 'LIBRARY OPEN TOBEABOICATED EACH NIGHT STATE WITNESS WILL RECOVER OP IONS DIFFER S FOUND DEAD RECEIPTS NOW im l i I k9 V by DISCOVERED AT WEST END ftK. EMPTY OABBOUU AU ID BOTTLE KEARBY. IIFE GASH IN HIS NECK Apparently Self-Infllctcd. Noto Loft for His Son. No Definite Cause i Known. VfaZt mil Knows ' " Citizen Here. ytmmt wWiSMtaanA va fAlt.Y (flVUW wixuilw'- - . The body of W. DPayno a won konwn nloneor citizen ot Abilene was found shortly after 11 . o'clock tbU nornihg reclining partly on a large signboard which leaned againBfc tue northeast corner of the West End base- ball park on theoucslde. ot the en- closure. Tho corpso wvi first discov- ered by Sid Richardson Who noti- fied Chief Clinton and othof officers. Beside Payne's body was found a pra&- tfially empty three ounce bottle la- beled carbolic acid find bore the name of the Christopher...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 2 February 1912

J 4. JA6K TWO. TO BRACE WASHINGTON SOCIETY f 44&&&W"ii&&&&"'f frfrMXK Sfcftl-WEEKLY REPORTER K et Abilene hunting company a fan 111 .'. ' "'' t 1 " ' i ... 1 1 1 1 1 jM ar . '."- IJHHBHTHV ' Do Not Let Your SUBSCRIPTION to This Paper Expire i ' 1 stored as socond-class mall nt Abi- lene Texas October 14 1003. TEIiElMIOESt Business and Circulation Souihwoa- ter 67; Independent C7 Editorial Oflco Itidopondont 151. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: Soml-Wockly 0110 year .......$1.00 Six Months ... ...$ .50 K 'i if- 1 r t f N "'. I- V .J I v..- fcv 1 f s 1 tJ Ay orroncouB reflection upon tho charactor standing or reputation of ay person firm or corporation which may appear in tho columnB of Tho Beportor will bo gladly corrected upon ka being brought to tho attention 01 the firm. Subscribers falling to receive their .papers regularly will confer a favor upon tho management by reporting ' iamo to "tho business ofllce. Lettors pertaining to business should be addressed to Tho...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 2 February 1912

PAM 1. mtL. "BILLY" DELANEY IS Fi M ABILENE MAN WILL GIVE $500 TO SICK OF ABILENE AND VICINITY Indiana Scientist Who Originated the Now Fata "Home treatment1 Offer $1.00 Treat- ment Free to Sick and Ailing. T ACQUITTED EASILY RAINER NOT A TEACHER "V IK re. -- ' :. i1 ! ' M1M ' ' " tfe A' r -tf i it Sixty ffte Standard strength and healthfulness. Made from pure grape cream ffeecfrom phosphatic acids. SNEED TRIAL IS ON IN FT. WORTH 4C0CRT OPENED lillS MOItNING BOTH SIDES MAKING MOT- IONS AND COUNTER j MOTIONS.. From Amarillo and. Dalliart To Bo Witnesses la Important Question Involved Cone Johnson . Makes Request To This Effect By Associated Press. FORT WORTH Jan. 30. Follow- ing over the rulings ot yesterday the Sneed defense again raised yester- day's technicality.. Court opened this morning with both sides making mo- tions and counter motions thereby delaying the further selection of the jury in the case. The defense began its attack by declaring that tho lndict- hient was more fau...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 2 February 1912

mwaiuiMiw ab rmm feiUfimaagitwmwftiimwiwiiwijiitwwiiMw'mftwftfcWf I a: :' !!ii ifi ' f -SHW? :- ': irf p'1 flip i ii i i 1 1 i . i i i i ii - 1 imiii 1.1 fa 111 1 11 111 1 11 11 1 11 1 1 in . 1' OPINIONS DIFFER AS TO REMEDY (Continued from pago one.) WIM MARCH OVBRIjAND. assert thnt business condition's ara ' HMstlsfnctory. Enforcement of tho ghorman law Ib moat frequently men- tleacd by business men as n disturb- hc causo on tho ground' thnt they do .sot understand tho low and that tho tmcortrilnty ns to Us meaning retards atorprisc makes capital hcsltato to eater upon now' Investments rtnd prompts thoso In chargo of business Hndcrtnkfngs tQ restrict expenditures to tho absolute demands of trade. tft Is significant that tho leaders' of rganlzed labor representing three Millions of wage-earners are practi- cally unanimous In demanding that tie Shorman Anti-Trust Act Bhould bo 1 either repealed or amended to exempt from Its operations organizations of labor and organizations of farmo...

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