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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 17 April 1902

is su Hering WIRE!. WIRE"! Two Oar Loa.cJs Barb and Smooth Wire Received This Week Call-Before th Stock is Broken BUCK Tue Gash Hardware Man liHADBR IN iJOW PRICES XLbe TTribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishes, PJmouth. Ind., April 17, IS02. Advertisements to appear in THE TRIB UNE mot be In beforeTuesday noon to In sure ineir appearance iu the isue of tba week. LOCAL NEWS Harry Fristoe. of Racine, Wiscon sin, was in this city SaturJay even ing. Miss Evelvn Harsh and Mrs. Flovd S. Linkenhelt are visiting in South Bend. Charles Wrightsman went to Elk hart Monday to l.e the guest of his brother. Mrs. William Slt is visiting her daughter, Mrs, Adam IJaughcr, in South Bend. Misses Ella and Etlie Heminger went to South Bind Monday to visit relatives. Eugene Lewis left Monday for Blissfield, Mich., to visit his mother for a few da vs. Charley Mattingly, of the Misha- waka Democrat, spent Sunday with j his parents in this city. A marriage license has been issued toMelvinF. Hartman aged 22,...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 17 April 1902

GHASTLY MURDERS Two Mysterious Crimes Shock Detroit Citizens. GIRL AND MAN ARE SLAIN Carrie Jennett Killed Wim Knife; George . I leywood Shot- No Connection Be tween the iMurclers. Detroit, April 10 Two mur ders of a most ghastly nature have shocked Detroit people within the last twenty-four hours Two bodies one a young wom an's and the other that of a middle-aged man lie side by side to night ;n the same morgue. The girl was Carrie M. Jennett of 1191 Wabash avenue, the daughter of a well-to-do cabinet-maker. The man was George Henry Haywood an industrious citizen who acted as head book-keeper in the office of the Michigan Malleable Iron Company. A music teacher, Professor Jo seph M. Miller, is under arrest charged.with the murder of Miss Jennett, and William F. Jones, a lodger in Mr. Heywood's home, is held for the killing of the book keeper. - The police say there is noth ing to show any . connection be tween these two muixlers. The Jennett crime is by far the most blood-curdling....

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 17 April 1902

THE OLIVER PLOW Genuine Mo. 40 Oliver Points, only JOHN V. ASTLEY. AND SON Leaders in Good Goods, Low Prices and Honest Weights, TLhc tribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishes, Plymouth, Ind., April 17, 1902. Advertisements to appear in THE TKIB OE must be befure Tuesday noon to In sure tneir appearame in the issue of tha week. LOCAL NEWS Taxes lxvume delinquent after the tirst Mdiiclav in Ma v. Ex-Sheriff Marshall succeeds Otto! Weber as justice of the peace. Miss Victoria Cleaveland returned from Decatur, Ind., Thursday. Mrs. Florence Parks went to South Pend to be the guest of relatives. Peter Richard made a business trip to Fulton and Pulaski counties Thurs day. The funeral of Mrs. Helen Good Cleaveland was 1 eld at Ashland, Ohio, Thursday. Mrs. II. B. Reeves, of St. Joseph, Michigan, is visiting relatives and friends in this city. Clayton Barker went to Ft. Wayne last week to attend the funeral of Mrä. Ed Conway. Gideon Blain, of Indianapolis, is the ' guest of his parents, Mr. a...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 17 April 1902

REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS TO APRIL 14, 1902 AS rrKXISHED BT CR ESSNER & CO.. Owners of the only abstract bookä In the county. Abstracts of title to all real estate In Marhall county compiled promptly and accurately. Thomas B Lee warranty deed to Thomas C Bair e hf of sw q of sec 16, T 32. R 4, ex 1 a in nw c; considera tion $2100. . Logan L Moore and wife warranty deed to Peter Smith nw q of se q of sec 20,T 32, R 2; condsideration $1, 150. Anthony C Miller and wife warran ty deed to Mabala J Cripe 19 a in nw c of mv q of sec 21, T 33, R 1; consider ation $500. Clark YV Cu-iey dec'd Will to Ida M Cudney widowall estate and per sonal. Joseph YV Medbourn etal warranty deed to Mary M Medbourn s 24-60 a of n 49-31) a of w part of ne q of sec 17, T 32, R 1; consideration $1. Mary A Medbourn warranty deed to Maud Popham s 24-69 a of n 49-39 a of w part of ne q of sec 17, T 32, R 1; consideration $600. Joseph YV Medbourn etal warranty deed to George L Medbourn n 24-69 a of w part of ne q o...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 24 April 1902

.YMOU UNE .,r,lcrS office KfeWl . Rocor WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME I PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, APJtIL 24. 1902. NO. 29 THE PL TH TR' STIRRING KEYNOTE Senator Beveridge Addresses tho Republicans of the Hoosler State. A VIVID STORY OF PROGRESS Words Well Fit to Inspire the First Convention of the First Campaign of the Twentieth Century America's Glorious Onward March. Indianapolis. April 23. In addressing the Republican state convention, as sembled here for a two-days' session today, Hon. Albert J. Beveridge, per manent chairman, said in part: Fellow Republicans: This is the first convention of the first campaign of t'r.3 20th century. Let our declara tions be worthy of the hour. The American people are abreast of the times; the Republican party must keep abreast of the American people. Party victories, as such, are nothing; the progress of the American people . is everything. Harmony with the on ward movement of the nation makes .a party invicible. Opposition to the progress of the re...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 24 April 1902

4 - 1 if XLhc tribune. Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. riepluiue No. -7. OFFICE In Bissel) Block. Comer Center and Laporte Street. 1DVEBT1SINO BATES will be made known on application. SUBSCRIPTION: One" Year In Advance J1.50; Six Months 75 cents;lThree Months 40 cents.de livered at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., April 24. 1902. Senator Hann'a is la love with his new role of conciliator of labor and capital. May success and long life at tend him! Attorney-General Knox is after the trusts with a sharp slick. Those crit ics that opposed his nomination on the ground that he was in close touch with corporations have another think com in sr. According to the evidence produced at the investigation at the Michigan City penitent!ary, there are quite a number of insane men there who ought to be in a different institution. Some of the insane convicts are the ones against whom alleged cruelty has been practiced. The United States senate decided to reject the Chin...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 24 April 1902

FEAST OF CANNIBALS One Prisoner Buried Alive, Ex humed, Cooked and Eaten. FLOOD MD PLAGUE RAGE 5 reamer Brings News Trom New Heb rides and Australia - Earthquakes Cause Waves -Which Drown Aarvy Natives. Victoria, B. C, April 17 The steamer Moana, which reached port yesterday from Sidney via the South Sea ports of call, brought details of tribal wars, cannibalism, earthquakes, tidal waves, plague and other af fairs in the South Seas. The steamer Mambaro had just re turned to Sidney, from the New Hebrides, just prior to tho de parture of the Moana, and accord ing to the report furnished by her pursuer, the steamer's com pany found on their arrival at Tanna that a big cannibalistic feat was being held by tin; na tives. The natives had secu red a num ber of prisoners in a raid on the villages of their enemies and when the steamer reached port, some distance from the native village, thev were eating some of the unfortunates who had been captured or killed in the tribal engagement. Some o...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 24 April 1902

Partie s Gash I ZEbe tXtiburie. llstablUhed October 10. 1901. , . HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. . Telepnone No.' 27. OFFICE in Bissel! Block. Comer Center and Laporte Street. 1DTEBTI8INO RATES will be i.mJ known on application. ' - v Entered toe Postoffiee at Pi j mouth, loi.. second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One; Year la Advance $1.50; Six Months 75 cents;lThree Months 40 cents.de llvered at any postoffiee. Plymouth, Ind., April 24, 1902. Four cattleman in Indian Territory fought it out, with the result that one is dead and three mortally wound ed. Peas war ever pay? "When corporations like the steel trust keep down prices, they do not have to own all the plants already es tablished or that may be started in order to control the business. In pension-drawing ability Ohio leads with $15,211,127,' Pennsylvania, second with $13,378,371, New York third with $11,931376, Indiana fourth with $10,291,876, Illinois fifth with $9,757,000. The vetoing of a pension bill by the president, c...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 24 April 1902

WIRE! Two Oar Load Barb and Smooth fire Received This Week Call Before the Stock is Broken I BU6K Ubc XEttbune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth, lnd.f April 24, 1902. Advertisements to appear In TOE TKIB OE mcjtt be In before Tuesday noon to In sure tnetr appearance In the issue of tha wet-k. Mrs. George Vinali has gone to Lar will for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kloepfer return ed to Ann Arbor Monday. The mercury marked 82 degrees in the shade Monday afternoon. . ' Miss Theresa Hendricks is visiting her grandparents at Inwood. J. C. Jilson, of Chicago, spent Sun day with his family in this city. Mrs. E. F. Short is visiting iu Knox where her husband is now employed. Mrs. E. A. Wallace and children spent Sunday with relatives at Tyner. W. E. Leonard, of Chicago, spent Sunday with his parents in this city. Miss Katie Miller, of Donaldson, spent Sunday with hej sister, Effie, in ' this city. Thomas Twomey and family, of Bourbon, spent Sunday with friends in this city. Miss...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 24 April 1902

MORGAN SPEAKS Urges Upon Senate the Desira bility of Nicaragua Route. OPPOSES PflNMfl ROUTE Says There b Neither Rebon nor Jus tice to Support Reckless Attitude of Its Advocates Washington, April 18 For more than four hours yesterday, Mr. Morgan (Ala.), chairman of the isthmian canal committee. addressed the senate on the sub ject of the Nicaragua canal. He devoted the greater part of his speech to a consideration of the desirability and practicability of the two principal routes, Nicar agua and Panama. He strenu ously favored the former, main tained that in every possible re spect it had many advantages over the Panama route. Mr. Morgan said the subject; could be stated in six proposi tions: fcl. We have reached the point where investigation is complete by observation, experience, sci entific research, and forecast, and these means of knowledge are as conclusive of the facts as we could hope to make them m another i half century of delay. 2. The question now to be decided is the ch...

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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 24 April 1902

THE OLIVER PLOW Genuine No. 41) Oliver Points, only , 25c JOHN V. AST LEY AND SON Leaders in Good Goods, Low Prices and Honest Weights, Hbc Urtbune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth, Ind., April 24, 1902. Aiivertlerr.enis t ipear la THE TKIB UF. n.:-t be in befrreTuej-Jay noon to in jure tncir H-ptrurau-. e lu lhe isMie vi tha LOCAL NEWS The state bank of Bourbon 'juered up fur business last week. Mrs. Kate Sutton went to Pierce-, ton to be the guest of relatives. The number of bicycles on the street are certainly an indication of sp-ing. A marriage license has 'been h-sued to Vernon J. Davis and A villa Staf ford. Franccsville, of Pulaski county, is to have a national bank with a capital of 825.000. G. G. Lo3's little daughter is sick with scai let fever at her home on So phia street. K. K. Brooke, who has been serious ly ill for the past week, is reported convalescent. Miss Ella Blue'iaugh, of Warsaw, passed through here Thursday on her 'way to California. John Rowan, of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 24 April 1902

LITT, CXAmu 4 UAMM Buy the Standard Patterns We always keep a fanly complete line. New ones at all times coming in. Subscribe for The Designer am i 19 THE MAMMOTH DAYLIGHT STORE A book containing- much valuable in formation tor the home and person. iTTt fl ir- "" m i MO) M W) S Am mm nr r A H "J u id u :1 i3 1 nl Ygj Tji) m in n liÜUIJüliJ u MOT IF P If p U V : 6".: i n s M fete 1 1 S9! 535 a i tv i m I 9SR m M m 1 w m P ffi m 1 PF :; 4 m i Ss:: r-w . fir-;?, nj Li in i J L iViw-t iLvA ilw n't ' 23 1 G M PIA lai7? -teg p Tailor! Iii WZ Clolhei ill p r - li npiMiiiii i ii i ii k V i US 6ii) if (in) A SALE that is a money saving proposition for you. We have discontinued giving premiums but we believe you will find that you can save more in actual cash in one of our special sales than you could possibly gain through S any premium scheme. 1 his Ulothmg oale merits your consideration. An op portunity to buy honest, dependable clothing, such as we offer at these low prices does not occur ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 1 May 1902

PLYMOUTH RIBUNE r WEEKLY EDITION. 11 office Kfr 101 VOLUME I PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY I. 1902. TA OA 1U. OW r V 1 J i I ft: j -! i -f HERE IS THE TICKET Result of the Indiana Republi U can State Nominating f" Convention. if AN INTERESTING SESSION Contests Were Spirited, Though Friendly, and Good Feeling Pre j vailed Throughout the Entire Pro ceedings THE STATE TICKET. Secretary of State DANIEL E. STORMS. Auditor of State DAVID E. SHERRICK. Treasurer of State NAT U. HILL. (Attorney General CHARLES W. MILLER. Clerk Supreme Court ROBERT A. BROVN. Superintendent of Public Instruction F. A. COTTON. State Statistician BENJ. F. JOHNSON. State Geologist W. S. B LATCH LEY. Judge Supreme Court, Fifth District JOHN H. GILLETT. Sludges Appellate Court FRANK R. ROBY. U. Z. WILEY. W. J. HENLEY. JAMES R. BLACK. D. W. COM STOCK. W. E. ROBINSON. Indianapolis, April 23. Tomllnson Hall was crowded to its capacity when Senator Beverldge called the Republi can state convention to order at 9:30. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 1 May 1902

I Buy the Standard Patterns ALL Subscribe for The Designer1 0 1 m iß w We always keep a fairly complete line. New ones at all times coming in. THE MAMMOTH DAYLIGHT STORE A book containing much valuable in formation for the home and person. fir Sri? At UJCJCnJoL J I H Ö n 3 Hi (u MS ((! 9 8S i tig 81! in I i m SR 441 98 I JL n n r i i -. fei I W ' ' I - ! ' fa I I li nnn n urn 1 fiiilSI t ' ' if if fell r. g pi r I Kb A SALE that is a money saving proposition for you. We have discontinued giving premiums but we believe you will hnd that you can save more in actual cash in one of our special sales than you could possibly gain through any premium scheme. This Clothing Sale merits your consideration. An op portunity to buy honest, dependable clothing, such as we offer at these low prices does not occur often. Here are the prices at this big sales All our $16.00 Suits go for $13.92 $15.00 " $13.05 $13.00' " $11.31 $12t00 " $10.44 4 ( i i All our $10.00 Suits to go at $8.70 $9.00 $8.00 $7...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 1 May 1902

LIVES LOST IN STORM Tornado Sweeps Western States and Much Damage is Done. JOPLIN, MO., IS flIT HARD Tour Persons Killed and Scores in jured In Missouri, Kansas and Oklahoma. A tornado swept across Okla homa and Missouri and Kansas Friday afternoon, killing many persons, destroying houses in a dozen towns, carrying, away farmhouses over a wide area, and the terrible rain that followed added to the already great losses. Four persons were killed and scores injured in Joplin, Mo. Mo nett. Pierce City, Webb City, and Carterville in Missouri and Gale na in Kansas report heavy de struction of property, and in some lives were lost. Teleraph and telephone lines were wrecked and the meager reports from the dis drict swept by the tornada indi cate that the loss of life and property may have been much greater than estimated. It is impossible to communicate with the country districts. The de struction of live stock was great. "While the center of the storm's fury was in southwestern Mis souri, ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 1 May 1902

Gbe Uribune. Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Telepnoue No. 27. OFFICE In Bissel) Block. Corner Center end La port Street. :VVBTISING BATES will be made known on application. .Entered the Postoffice at Plymouth. Ind.. as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Yeer in Advance $1.50 Six Months rs cents-.IThree Months 4a cents.de llvere J at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., Kay 1, 1902. A tornado passed over Somerville county, Texas, Monday evening, kill ing six persons injuring fifty others and damagicg much property. J. Pierpont Morgan is to organize Scottish coal companies. If they do not know how to organize trusts abroad Morgan will show them. The men who usually make most fuss about government by injunction, do not seem to see any danger in an order restraining the operation of the beef trust. Sol .Smith Russell, the actor, died in Washington, Monday afternoon. The cause of his death was hiccough, with which he had been afflicted for sometime. He was ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 1 May 1902

ninmimmniiiimmniinmninmHnnifHmniHMmnniid 1 For Gasoline Stoves I S YOU SHOULD BUY. 3 I The " Original j I New Process 1 CALL AND SEE THEM f Buck's Cash Hardware f : Leader in t-ow Prices. auiiiiiiüiiiiiiiiiiiuiiuiiiiiüaiiuiüuiiuiiuuüiüiiuiüui TEbe tribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth, lud-, May I, 1902. Advertisements to appear In THE TÜD CNE meat be In before'Tuesday noo to In sure tnelr appearance in the lsu f tha week- LOCAL NEWS Jesse Hobam and family spent San day in South Bend. William Wagner is at work at Holl ing Prairie this wetk. The Goshen-Fort "Wayne -electric line has been abandoned. Miss Emma Ilolem was home from Columbia Citv over Sundav. Misses Florence 3Ioore and Mprtle Shirley arj visiting in-South Bend.. Lecnard Biiim, ot Donaldson, nvas among Plymouth friends Saturday. Edgar J. Robertsand Miss Olive L. Gerard have been licensed to marry. There was a heavy snowstorm in northern Wisconsin Saturday night. Charles Harris, uf South Bend, transacted busin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 1 May 1902

TEbe tribune. Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Telepnoue No. 127. OFFICE In Bftsell Block. Corner Center and " A Laporte Stixet. 1D7FETISINQ RATES will be made known . - on application.. Entered the Postoff.ce at riymouth. 1d1.. as secord class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One! Year In Advance fM: Six Months 75 cents.tThree Months 40 cents.de Hverei at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., May I. 902. -- A most commendable disposition is manifested throughout the state to conduct the spring campaign on the principle that blackguardism and cal umny are not conducive to personal or party advantage. In ether words, decent men propose to keep mudsling ing in the background. Cattle dealers in. Kansas say there are cattle enough in the cattle coun try and that beef will be lower as soon as they can be fattened on grass, but with corn at 70 cents a bushel and scarce at that, no cattle of any con sequence will be -prepared for the market. There seems to be sense in such a s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 1 May 1902

THE (Thä tlUISP hJ'LiU Ü Genuine Mo. 40 Oliver Points, only 25c JOHN V. ÄSTLEY AND SON Leaders in Good Goods, Low Prices and Honest Weights. LOCAL NEWS Addison Johnson, of South Bend, was in town Thursday. Mrs. S, C. Schilling, of Culver tran sacted business in this city Thursday. Cnarley Iletzel, of Argos, was among Plymouth friends Thursday. Charles Parks, of Bourbon, was aniung Plymouth friends Thursday. Miss Maude Koontz, of Culver, visited with friends in this city Thürs dav. Every voter vote for "W. "S. clerk. in Plymouth should McGlcthlin for city Mr. Harsch, of South Bend, has re-' turned home after visiting friends in this citv. Dr. and Mrs. How, of Lakeville, ar rived Thursday to visit relatives for the dav. A marriage license has been issued to Clarence Glass age 22 and Mattie Glass age 19. C. C. Dukes went to Peru Thursday morning to attend the wedding of his brother, A. C. Dukes. Harry Fuller and George Mead re turned Thursday from a trip to Lo gansport on their wheels....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 1 May 1902

HOW HE WftS FOOLED General Mc Arthur Planned the Capture of Aguinaldo. flGGEPTS RESPONSIBILITY Tells Senator Patterson that Decep tion Is LcglMrmtc In War. Washington. April 30. The Senate committee on the Philip pines today resumed the examin ation of witnesses in connection with the investigation of affairs in the Philippine Islands. Gen. Arthur Mac Arthur continued his examination. He explained the the statement in his annual re port of June 30, 1890, that the 'United States had acquired sov ereignity by treaty aid in a way owned the Philippine people," by saying that these conclusions were reached after conversation with an infinite number of peo ple and observation, and that thev represented the bulk of the views of the Nation alist part. He then m response to questions by Senator Patter son, described the different towns embraced within the American lines on the night of February 15, 1899, when the outbreak oc curred, and identified what pur ported to be a copy of the order of...

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