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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 25 January 1921

mm am irHM. SET'fla mm. . V WEEKLY TW II II 11 T .W2 V! THE HOME PAPEi: OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 235. MARION ILLINOIS, TUESDAY,1 JANUARY 25, 1921. SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR THE MAN WITHOUT A COUNTRY-HALE First Installment of Short Story Masterpiece in American Literature Starts Today. The nrst installment of our new serial,- "The Man Without a Country" is presented today and the readers are all urged to read this story. It is a short story, and will not require very much time to complete. The story presented in this serial by Erward Everett Hale is one that is worth reading and re-reading and it furnishes as much pleasure to you the second time it is read as it furnished the first time. This is si masterpiece of 'American literature. There will be no synopsis so start with today's portion of the famous story: 1 No document In actual Amer. lean hiatory conveys ' mora powerful lesson of what citizen- hip in this republic means, nono $ delivery a more searching app...

Publication Title: Marion Semi-Weekly Leader
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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 25 January 1921

TUESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1921 V THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER .4..V PAGE TWO J " THE MARION SEMI . THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (INCORPORATED) Puousners, 103 Fr.tnkltn Street. Marlon, liilnoi. '' W. O. VMSUHt, Bailor. . OLDHAM PA'.SL&X, City HJditor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Per Six Months, Per Year,' All subscriptions payable in Advance. time paidto unless renewed. KiUHi-ea at the post office at Marion, HARDING'S IDEA PLEASES PEOPLE. A recent estimate in the senate placed the cost of the inauguration at $1,000,000. Of that sum the citizens of the District of Columbia were to. raise about $200,000 and congress was to appropriate about $100,000. The balance represented the cost to various states in transporting troops for the big parade, and the expenditures of thousands of civilians who were planning to attend the ceremonies from all parts of the country. By a stroke of the pen, President-elect Harding has saved the people that huge sum, and demonstrated once more how close to his heart he hold...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 25 January 1921

TUESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1921. 4, ,... THE SEMLWEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE Mrs. N. G. Joyner of Pittsburg, - .At ln.lnfi T-V. .n 1 .1 At! -route to Carbondale. w Mrs. N. J. Rice and daughter Louise Rice,' of Dixon Springs, Kentucky, were Marion viBltors .Thursday. S. "w". Camnhell went to St. Louis on a business trip Thursday where be expects to remain until the first of February. H Miss Reba Dunn returned to her .....home In Cape Girardeau, Mo., Thurs- . day morning after a two months visit in Marion with relatives. Miles N. Bell of Cambria was a Jilarlon visitor on Wednesday. Mrs. Dr. M. Hendrickson of Johns ton City visited Thursday with her daughter, Mrs. Harry Johnson In Ma rlon. While bf in she subscribed for ' Cho DAILY UTSf: J-L1CAN. John Mackey of Cordova and W. E. Mackey of Valier, who he been in fioreville attending the funeral ol Mrs.- J. C; Mackey were the guests of VI r. and Mrs. H- G. Carter of North CoCurt street Wednesday evening. Dr. W. F. Tidwell of Pittsburg was in Mari...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 25 January 1921

I Is V. ' 3 f V i i The Man Without a Country-Hale (Continued From Page 1) ", in tcuiug nits Ijoor uwium "tiiory7 l.easou enough there has been till now, ever since Madison's administration went out In 1S17, for very strict secrecy, the secrecy of honor itself, among the gentlemen of the navy who . have had Noluu in successive charge. And certainly it speaks well for the esprit de corps of the profession and the personal honor of its members, that to the press this man's story has been wholly unknown, and, I think, to the country at large also. 1 huve reason to think, from some Investigations I mude in the naval archives when I was attached to the bureuu of construction, that every official report relating to him was burned when Boss burned the public buildings at Washington. One of the Tuckers,, 1 or possibly one of the Wagons, had Nolan In charge at the end or the war; and when, on returning from his cruise, lie reported at Washington tto one of Ihe Crownlnshlelds who was in the '...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 28 January 1921

Marion Leader SEMIWEEKLY THE HOME PAPEP. OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 236. MARION. ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1921. SUBSCRIPTION. $1,50 PEK YEAR NEW PRESS TO E S Republican Leader's Goes Comet Press to be Installed Within , a Short Time. '' Tlie concrete pit In the basement of the REPUBLICAN-LEADER office is J now completed and as soon as it has ' time to hecom;) tlioroly set will be ready (or the Installation of the (loss t Comet press which was purchased ; some time ago and which is to arrive I early in February. This press will i print from rolls of paper instead of from final ts and will have a speed i' oi 3,buu tour, six or eight paf?e papers every hour or one for each ; socond by the watch. This addition is to our equipment is one which ".will make it possible, for us to give better service to both pur readers and our advertising pairons. It will be possible to add extra pages as needed an(i the high speed of the : press will make it where the carriers will g...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 28 January 1921

FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1921. PAGE TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADEft p V)1 THE MARION SEMI THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (INCORPORATED) Publishers, 103 Franklin Street. W. O. PAISLhi. junior. OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Kdlter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Per Six Months, Per Year, All subscriptions payable in advance. lizue pttiuiu uuieas rwuvwvu. (entered at the post office at Marlon. THE "GOOD An editor whom we know tells of how an elderly gentleman looked him square in the eye the other day and said that back in the good old timesrwnen wnisKey sold at 10 cents a quart, nobody ever thought of getting drunk. Some of these old fellows will yet declare that when they were young oiust wasn t dry and nobody suspected that water was wet. Lots of peonle insist in telliner about the "good old days", and try to make us think that they were better than the present. They actually believe it but it is only because their memories are defective. When they get down to brass tacks they would not trade the present - for the past, ...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 28 January 1921

FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1921. the semlWeeklV Leader PAGE THREE TAX RATE FOR WILLIAMSON GO. Busy in County Clerk's. Office Extending Tax Rate State Rate Is Forty Cents. The county clerk and deputies are busy now with the extension of the taxes for 'Williamson county. The rates this year for the east half of -Marion will be $8.46 while the rate for the west half this year will be $8.66. The rate for the east half of Johnston City will be $9.48 and for the west half will be $8.97. The rate for Herrin will be $7.97. The rates for East and West Marion are divided as follows: ,- West Purpose ' Marlon East Marion ; $ .40 .60 .08 State ........... County Town Road and bridge Hard road , School City Twp. H S. $ .40 .GO .18 .78 .47 2.S2 2.03 1.78 .65 .60 2.52 2.03 1.78 Total tax rate .... $8.6d $8.46 , The city rates within the county are as follows: Johnston City, $2.28; Creal Springs, $1.25; Carterville, $2.28; Marion, $2.03; Herrin, $2.64; Crainville, $1.31; Bush, $1.34; Colp, $1.34; Hurst, $1...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 28 January 1921

I 4te PAGE FOUR MaRWitRout A Gxmirv 0 Edwd (Cotinued rom Last Issue). '..-.. ' There "is a "story that Nolan met Burir ouce oit oiks of our vessels, when a party'"of Americans came on board In the -Mediterranean. But this I believe to lie 4i lie; or rather, It Is a myth, ...Leu., trovuto, Involving a tremendous blowing-up with which he sank Burr, asking him how he liked to be "without a country." But 1t is clear, from Burr's' life, that nothing of the sort could have happened ; and I hientlon this only as an illustration of the stories which get a-golng where there- Is the least mystery at. bottom. So I'hllip Nolan had his wish fulfilled. Poor fellow, he repented of his folly,, and then, like a man, submitted tot the fate he had asked for. He never intentionally added to the difficulty or delicacy of the charge of those who had him In hold. ' Accidents would hapwn; but they never happened from Irts fault. Lieutenant Truxton told nie tnaevwhen Texas was annexed, there was a -careful ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 1 February 1921

Marion SEMIWEEKLY THE HOME PAPErt-OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PEK' YEAR Vol. 46 No. 237. MARION. ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1921. 1,800 SAW WEST FUNERAL FOR SHORT COURSE iLLATIO AND THEATRE HUNTER GOES MAY INTERVENE JN GERMANY FRANKFORT PLAY I IMINJIICYJIN ER SES SATURDAY FRIDAY1 NIGHT CK TO MINE JUI.li f ILL Aft Both Mai Ion Teams Defeated Both ( West frankfort Teams But It Wai a Battle Worth Seeing. SCORES TO DATE. Marion 16; Du Quoin 2.x Marlon 28;"PlnckneyviIle 9. Marion 28; Carterville i. Marion 18; Mt. Vernon 11. Marion 30; Murpliysboro 4.' Marioa-"45; JohnHton City 6. Marion 28, Murpbysboro 14 Marion 31; Anna C. ' Marion 35; Du Quoin, 8. Marion 11; Carterville 6. Sparta, 20; Marion 17Marion 70, Anna 6. Marion 21; Westfronkfort 4. Total Marlon 381; Opponents 93. -f Elgbteen hundred people saw the V.fRt Fiaukfort basketball team do lea i b ythe M. T. H. S. team at the high school" gymnasium last night. The fonal score was 21 to 4. The visitors played ...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 1 February 1921

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, " 1921. PAGE TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (INCORPORATED) Publiaiiora, log Franklin Struet. Marion, uunou W. O. FA1SLU, Kauor. OLDHAM PA'SLEif, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Per Six Months 75 Per Year, $1.60 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be stopped at expiration of we paiato unless renewed. -.turnered ai tint dom office at Marlon. Illinois, as second class mall matter ' BUILDING AIR CASTLES. '. Yes, there'll orobablv come atime when vou'l have all your debts paid the farm clear and you on easy street, uut don't set too much store by it About a montn alter you tail into this much dreamed of good rluck one of the three thincs is nrettv sure to haDDen. You'll die, somebody will take it away from you, or yvu ii get me wiwanoma iever. jixcnange. . , -t. f-ft-f-f ZION. Mr and Mrs- George Miller vis ited Chester Tomlinson and family Sunday; - Leo Rushing of Herrin, visited his iurnls. Mr. and Mrs. W....

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 1 February 1921

Tuesday, February i, 1921. THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE TfTRRB 1 , - ----- 1 1 1 1 11 - 1 1 ' .1 1 JUL S Mr. and Mrs. Clay Collins of Russel street, are reported quite ill I William Forker of Cape Girardeau la spending the week end in Marion on business. J Carol Keller went to West Vienna Saturday to spend the week-end with relatives and friends. I Mrs. Pearl Taylor returned to her home in Carterville . Saturday after Hsiting in Marion with friends. I Miss Roberta Streng, who has been ick for several days, is reported as Jiuch improved today. ' ' . I Miss Marie Stanley of Goreville, s visiting relatives and friends in fVlarion. . Misa Addie Oversteak returned to or home in Carrier Mills after visit ing here for several days with her lister, Mrs. C, F. Parton. I Mlsa Cora Chamness went to Gore- jfille Saturday to visit over the weekend with her tiarents, Mr. and Mrs. y, M. Chamnesg. . I MiBS Glorine Pierce went to Gorefile Saturday to visit with home ilk over the week-end. I Miss Glad...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 1 February 1921

to PAGE KOI IK PARSONAGE VAS BURNED FRIDAY Property of South Methodist Congre cation Wat Deatroyed by Flame ' Friday Noon. Tli parsonage belonging to tn South. Methodist located at 207 West "Cuion street was gutted by fire at noon Friday. Th fii-e started in the room 6n the second floor occupied by the pastor of the church, Rev M. A. Cox. The lower floor was occupied by Hugh Orlder and family with whom Rev. M. A. Cox boarded. Mr. Grlder was at work In the mine t the time of the lire. The study was heated by a small stove which Rev. Cox thot he had closed when he went downstairs to dinner. A few minutes later Mrs.'Grider noticed smoke and ou going outdoors, found the house on fire. Mr- Cox went at once to his room, but was unable to gain entrance on account of the heat. Altho the fir department was only n there was some delay in getting the alarm to them and the roof was ablaze hi dthe second story In flames before any water was thrown. There was good pressure and two streams were vs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 4 February 1921

W21 Leader SEftlWEEKLY THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 238. MARION. ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1921. SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PEK: YEAR MARION MINERS TOLD TO CONTINUE WORK Nona of Mine In Thit Section Col lecting Assessment for Benefit of U. M. W. of A. PLAN SUNDAY SCHOOL MEETING Program la Announced for Meeting to Be Held at the First Bap-' , tlet Church In Marion. There has been much dlssatisfac non expressed among miners over tlio refusal- of operators to collect assessments levied by order of the United Mine Workers of America for the aid of miners in West Virginia, and Alabama, who are out of work. In some sections there have been movements looking to stopping " the production of coal on this account. Board members have receivi'd the following telegram from District President Frank Farrlngton bearing on the ubject: ' I "Notify all locals in your district to continue at work and to take no action on account of the operators i W. P. Throgmorton. refusing t...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 4 February 1921

J FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1921. THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE TWO , THE MARION SEMI , THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (INCORPORATED) - . Publlaners, ., 109 Franklin Street. Marlon, Illinois. W. O. PAlSLJiii, Ifiaitor. OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Per Six Months, .'....... : , . . - -Is Per Year. All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be stopped at expiration ot time paidto unless renewed. entered at tne post office at Marlon. HATS OFF TO HER. Somebody asked Miss Alice Robertson, new congresswoman from Oklahoma, whether she is going to have anything to do with running the restaurant in the house of representatives, she being a cafeteria owner in private life. , And she answered: "My constituents didn't send me to Washington to cook. I can cook and run the restaurant, but my folks desire me to represent them in other ways. I am not intending to do anything spectacular and unseemly." . You speak good sense, Miss Robertson. And, in importing the quality of good sense to Was...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 4 February 1921

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 191. THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE PITTSBURG HAS PYTHIAN LODGE New Fraternal Society Wat Instl. tuted in Marlon Saturday Night With Large Attendance. Pittsburg Lodge Number 732, Knights of Pythias, is the name of the newest fraternal society in Southern Illinois. The new lodge, with a . charter roll of fitly names, was Instituted Saturday night in the hall of Monitor Lodge, No. 236, Knights -of Pythias, in Marion, with Monitor lodge conferring the degrees. The work was done in Marlon as there was no lodge hall in Pittsburg large encugh to accommodate the largo crowd and in order to give better facilities to the many visiting lodgemen. A class ot twenty -was selected from the Pittsburg candidates to vecHive the work on Saturday night. The remainder of the candidates will 1 e given the secret work at a meeting held Monday night. Organize Their Lodge. Crrdit for the Institution of the work belongs to Charles R. Parker of - Carrier Mills, state field deputy, who ...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 4 February 1921

hauk rout? THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER Friday, February 4, 1921. RECENT RAINS BURSTED DAM Big Dam That Held Water for M. rion'a City Supply Broke, but " Repairs Being Made. The big dam constructed southeast of Marion and which, impounds the water supply for the city, broke on Sunday about 7:30 a. m. and the water has all run out of the reservoir. Th reservoir had not been completely filled and the accident was not duo to weight, but to settling of the earth, which left a crevise in the d.ijn and which had not sealed because of the heavy rains. The break occurred near the top of the dam and not at the bottom, where the greatest pressure was, showing that the construction of the dam was not faulty. It occurred fifty feet north of the intake well. The water at the time was 18 inches be low the spill way, and at no time has the water run over the tnm. It is eg' timated that 300,000.000 gallons of wa ter was lost. There Is still lots of water in the reservoir, but it is 10 inches below, thein...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 8 February 1921

'Marion r v 5fJ7. LrEA WEEKLY THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46No. 239. MAKION. ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1921. SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR IS JOLLY JESTER COMING SOON Williamson County School Children Will Be Visited By Clown Lecturer on Feb. 9, 10 and 11. The Williamson county children ' will have a great treat next week when the clown, "The Jolly Jester" will come from the Child Health Organization of New York to tell the children in a jolly way how to keep themselves well Mothers and fathers are invited to attend with their children as ail will be entertained. ' . ... The Jolly Jester comes to the county under the auspices of the Junior Red Cross which will be assisted by . the Home Bureau and the superinv tendent of the public schools In mak ing the work , a great success. His . itinerary is as follows: , Hurst February 9th. Marion February 10th, Johnston City February 11th. Ozark 'and New Burnslde February 12th. ' - Several entertainments will be give...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 8 February 1921

THE MARION SEMI THE RfcPUBLlCAN-LfcADER (INCORPORATED) Publishers, 03 Franklin Stroet ' ' Marion. Illinois. W. O. PAISLhii, Kdltor. OLDHAM PA'.SLKY. City Kdltor. '' SUBSCRIPTION RATES Per Six Months ? Pec Year U AU subscriptions payable In advance. Paper will be stopped at expiration ot time paidto unless renewed. K,ierea ut me post office at Marlon. f m MEMORY OF MRS. THROGMORTON. In the death of Mrs. W. P. Throgmorton, wife of the editor of the Illinois Baptist, Marion loses a woman who has been an active worker in the community and one who has done much for the upbuilding of one of the largest and most important churches in Southern Illinois. Dr. Throgmorton is now, and has been for many years, a power for good and in his work his mainstay has been his beloved wife. She- was a quiet, unassuming woman, one who made friends among those whom she met and kept them as her friends. She was active and earnest and will be missed in the work of the church. To her bereaved husband we exten...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 8 February 1921

iESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1921. THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE REVELL SOCIAL 11 SPAINIIOW ERS ' 4. . ' PERSONAL. MENTION. '. V" V T V Mr. and Mrs. Will Wallace will go to ftlt. Vernon Friday evening to attend the basketball game. . Mrs. Roy Ooodner went to Gorevilla Friday morning to visit her pa WAR HERO DIED AT PITTSBURG SIXTEEN FOOT FENCE ERECTED HAL TROVILLION ON COMMISSION FUNERAL OF MRS. i FATHER AND SDN THROGMORTON ANQUET ENJOYED sr of Christian Church Who oes to Herrln it Being Ten.. ' dered Social on Saturday. rents, Mr. and Mrs.' G. H. Jones tor Ernest Hill Died After Unequal Fight .,'' for Life Funeral at Union Grove, ' Army red tipe failed to work soon enough to save the life of Ernest Hill at Pittsburg who died at 12:30 p. m. Thursday. Hill was a member of the 89th Casual Company and got leave and who wish them sue- In their new home, They will I id -ot this oppoi lunlty to give farewell social is being given on rday evening for Reverend and i S. F. Spalnhowet who will a w...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 8 February 1921

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, W THE SEMI.WEEKLY LEADER 4 4 MRS. MORGAN ENTERTAINS Mrs. 0. A. Morgan will entertain a number of friends at her home In Thorn Place Saturday evening with Five Hundred. A two bourse lunch eon will be served. Those who are In vited are Mr. and Mia. D. T. Haltwell, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Joseph, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Johnson, Mr. and Mis. H J. Fauber, Dr. and Mrs. J. V. Ferguson. Mr. and Mrs. F. 0. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Parks, Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Shlmer, Mr. and Mrs- W. S. Charles. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Cober and Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Wilson. BIRTHS. A A. -A. Sandusky. An eleven pound son was born to Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Sandusky. Satur day morning. This is the first child The baby has been named Robert Wesley for its grandfathers. Motner and baby are doing nicely. MANY WITNESS CAME. Among those from Marion who attended the basketball game In Mt. Vernon Friday evening were Messrs. 'John Hay, Jean Burkhart, Wayne Vaughn, Ray Robinson, Carl Moore, O. ' L. Jones. Elbert Jones,...

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