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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 19 July 1921

THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE DENISON VOTED FOR THE BONUS Sends Letter to . Commander James Goddard of Marian's American ;-. Legion Poet. Williamson Post 147, The: American Legion, sent a communication recently 10 Congressman E. E. . Denison asking him to support certain service men's legislation. Mr. Denison, It will bo remmbered voted for the bonus when It was up before the house. His letter In full to Commander James Goddard follora: "I beg to acknov.ieage receipt of your communication of the 9th with refeence to soldiers' adjusted compensation legislation. As for myself I have already gone on record upon that subject and I am sure the mem bers of Williamson Post No. 147 are fully advised of the support I gave the measure when it was before the House. "I am unable to advise as to the 6utcome of legislation, now pending in this Congress, r presume that it will depend largely on whether or not the government can arrange to raise the finances of meeting the obligation. The peopl...

Publication Title: Marion Semi-Weekly Leader
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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 19 July 1921

TVESDA Y; JUL jF , l" Ml PAGE FOUR1 ;Tiirrrg.7:sacLY leader FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARTED HERE ill 1865 THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Thrfte Church Buildings Have Bean Erected on Sams Site. WORK IS CONDUCTEQ THRU DEPARTMENTS Sunday School Has 'an Enrollment of Nearly a Thousand . This is tiie third of a aeries of articles concerning the Marion churches. The next article will appear next i' Saturday. The churchmen of Marion are asked to bring in the history of their churches or else send the data here and it will be prepared by a staff representative. The First Baptist cnurcn 01 marion, Illinois was organized in 1805, with a charter membership of twenty one. Three buildings ave been rarlnl. nil on the present site, the fust of which was built soon after organization The present ' commod ious structure with a seating capae- iiv of 1100 was built in 1913. At that time it was thought to be sufficient fur many years, but .already the activities of the church have grown until it is too small. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 22 July 1921

Maei it .1 i7MSP T,"E!T "B7I A HE HOME TAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY j Subscription tt-60 V r Year Vol. 46 No. 289. MARION, ILLINOIS. FJUDAY, JULY 22, 1921 WOMEN HELPING PARISH PARK IS ARMS AND McCOWN MAKE RAID OTIS GLASS IS APPOINTED CITY COMMISSIONER PLAN FOR BABY NOTHER BOND WITH FUNDS AND LABOR ON PARK FINE ADDITION ? TOOUfCITY NFOENCE AT LECTION FOR CITY SCHOOLS JOHNSTON CITY AUTHORITIES CAPTURE WOMEN OPERATING A BIG STILL. COUNTY FAI Park Will be a Feature of the New Addition Soon to be Opened. NOW LAYING THE CONCRETE PAVEMENT Thousand Shade Trees will soon Furnish Ample Protection. ' Williin the next ten days the new addition, to the city of Marion known as Parrish Place will be opened to the public and lots placed on sale. The addition Is located south of Thorn Place on the grounds where Jiis big circuses formerly pitched The "addition was conceived and a live wire hustler. Ivlr. Parish be lieves in doing things right when he si ai l a. He has laid off the addition w...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 22 July 1921

A(JKTVO f MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher!. 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Par Six Months Par Year . .76 . 1.S0 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be stopped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post office eecond class mall matter. at Marlon, Illinois, as CREAL SPRINGS and the ORPHANAGE The question of a permanent location for the Methodist orphanage which has been located at Creal Springs for the past eight years is a problem which is now up to a committee 01 that denomination tor solutionThe editors of the REPUBLICANLEADER have heard much of the discussion and recently made a visit to- the home and found it to be' in excellent shape. The capacity now is limited to 26, having been reduced from 41 thru the fire which destroyed one of the buildings. However the 26 are well cared for and there is a demand for enlarged accommodat...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 22 July 1921

FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1921 GILBERT PARKER IS AN AUTHOR OF GREAT ABILITY THE 'SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER Writer one of Few Canadians to be Given Royal Honors. 'NO DEFENSE" IS EXCELLENT BOOK Author of "The Right of Way' and "The Seats of ' .. - the Mighty." Only a very limited number of Canadians have received the distine- tion of knighthood. Among them Gilbert Parker stands out most prominently, for he has the uninue record of acquiring the honor solely as a recognition or his literary gifts. Since making him a knight in 1902. the British Empire has conferred ad ditional honors upon him. He was created a baronet of the first class in 1915, a privy councillor in 1916 and later made honorary colonel of the ancient and aristocratic K'nt Royal Garrison artillery. He also Jias a col- . lection of regular and sp cial college degrees. To most of us he is more impressive as plain Gilbert Parker, one of the foremost novelists of the day, who was once a poor boy and who rose to his present prominence throu...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 22 July 1921

' t r r i PAGfcFOUSC " MARION TO PLAY 3GAMES WITH HARRISBURG NINE Play in Marion on Friday Then Go There for Next Two Games. MANY TO ACCOMPANY TEAM TO HARRISBURG Cancellations for Both Teams Enabled Scheduling of These Games. It has been arranged by the base ball . managers for the Marion team to visit Harrisburg Saturday and Sunday for two games at White City Park in addition to the game which is to be played the Miners here riday, By a season score of three to nothing the Harrisburg team shows up as the better team In the record of the games played this year but they have not had to reckon with the newly organized team as yet and the outcome of this series of three games - is doubtful. Before the team disbanded Marion wag scheduled to play Mt. Vernon this week but thru a misunderstanding the games were cancelled and Mt. Vernon made dates with Herrin. Harrisburg had games with Herrin which were also cancelled, giving Marion and Harrisburg a chance to get together again on those dat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 26 July 1921

ft r? . EABER mimVVJiljMiJLjX THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND "WILUAMSO N COUNTY Vol. 46 NO.290. subscription ?L6Q Psr-Yeat MARION, ILLINOIS. TUESDAy, jjjLY 26, 1921 CRETtL SPRINGS L(SllETIIODiST GOVERNOR SMALL WAS INDICTED USED SHOTGUNS TO GUARD STILL IIEARDWINA CONTRACT LET IIARRISBURG TO "NO DEFENSE" IS SIR GILBERT PARKER'S BEST THAXTON ADDS ANOTHER BIG STILL TO RECORD ORPHANAGE HOME BY GRAND JURY MARICN ROAD LEN SMALL I - i Mount Vefnori Offer for Home is Accepted by Committee ' FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS GIVEN Jefferson County" People Made Liberal offer which Was Accepted. Tl Vfetuodlst Orbfiiiafe now lo cated at Creal Springs will go to Mt. Vernon according to the decision piade by the execuUve committee of Uie Duaru oi uiaimseiB wmuu mei m Mt VrTinn WHnRS,lnv In nnnRillpr i.... . . .. - the report of the special committee that had been appointed to investigate the proposition offered by the various cities. 'A site was selectei1 and purchased at .a cost of $12,000 but donations" made ...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 26 July 1921

r it PACK TWO 1t:34Ml.VEEiaLY LKADEk TOESPAY, jyLT 26, 1M1 PIARION SEf&teKLY LEADER ment of ther Visitors. The' premium ljsts VIEWS TAKEN IN WILLIAMSON COUNTY have not been sent out as yet but are be THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. ing prepared an include a fine list of lus Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois. - W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. prizes, ine otai way 10 iieip rim xair ia to take part in it Prepare something to SUBSCRIPTION RATES: exhibit- Do it now. The new poultry building, the new hog building and the new roads will be ready Per Six Months Pw Tear ...... .75 ; 1.50 ah subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be for. the fair. Another building will be remodeled and usetl for the "Better Baby BiuiJliQu at expiration or urns paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post second class mail matter. office at Marion, Illinois, as Show.' which has been a feature at the state fair but which wiil be given for the first time at a ...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 26 July 1921

PAGE THREE TtJEStAT, JXTLY 26, Mil THE SKfl;WEERLV LEADER ' SPILLER mm run EARLYOHUJiG! First Home for Christians Wa? Built by Denomination in 1870. PRESENT BUILDING ERECTED IN 1914 Present Pastor Worked with Hoover During the -World War ' i The people who make history do not often jnake It easy lor the his lorian to 'report their , doings. Tht First Christian church of this city, having a membership of 579 and with a modern church building and a -spien did parsonage, unencumbered by indebtedness, is in our midst, a menu uunt to the devotion and sacrifice of a host of faithful men and women who were more concerned in tht building up of the cause of Chii than in the preservation of the. re cords of the beginning days of theii history. - "-.;-. The writer of this article lias onlj meager information from whi h to write, and consequently many inter trust, however, that most of the important facts will be recorded, ami that our reporters instinct wi'l not tarry us too far into the realm...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 26 July 1921

PAGBFOURTTr- 5- it r ! i ! f i I. -' L ' ..'.. ' ! t 44 DESERTERS FROM WILLIAMSON Special to RSiCBi.lCiLBl)Ba FORT SHERIDAN, July 23. Major General George Bell, Jr., Commanding Headquarters, sixth corps announce the following list of draft deserters from Williamson county today." The following men have been reported to the government as deserters from the military service of the United States. Oificers making arrests and turning them over to military authority will be paid aotual expanses not to exceed $50. Division Number One. 1642 Hobart or Hobert Adkins, 1011 Vorth Market, Marion. 1235 Lorro Aruzic, Newioa 81.. Johnston City. 1425 Luther Barnes, Washington street, Johnston City. 29 Ernest T. Bun, 701 South Liberty, Marion. ' 1457 Severino Carmello (Caronei lo, Carnelo))' Johnston Cly. 61 Barnie Dell Cobb, oJhnston City or 101 Church street, Harrisburg. S Joseph Ab Evans, Pittsburg. - 1476 (Archille Ferbus, Newton St., Johnston City. 2143-iLuka Kraljevlcb. 41 Park. Johnston City. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 29 July 1921

the ho.:e patzjx of LsAn:oN ako; Williamson county"-? ..... '..i.'. Mark'.-.- tli'inr vnJunl I f KhM'rhHNTV:!!. ti.J ,'" -v : I -i t- " ...... imis : i jiubsuripUoii sL6P.Per Year MARION, ILLINOIS- FRIDAY, JUI,t.?f.i9Jf Vol. 46No. 291. ik::ietiijg1 largest county pepa wweefv'served colors HOSPITAL VOTE FIXED BY CITY DADS FOR AUG. 3D YOUTHS CLEANING MUD AND REFUSE - FROM PARK POOL ai;;:ou;;ge rages for co::i::g year ;l SEPTEMBER SCHOOL VACATION , FOR FIVE TEARS 0? CHRISTIANS FAIR IN STATED -t .,t I i '!? i i r r-jEXTSUNDMil1ILLIfl0ISN0W OW HALF OVER ON SLACKER LIST I F .Qidjiiance. 87. Proyidirig for -Sidewalks Over City.is'J Passed. I ' O. L. GLASS IS - i - L NEW COMMISSIONER "T" - "T i i :- - i "" "Ordinance Providing; "for . Levying and Collections ' "' ' "of taxes At ', the regular meeting of the .city .council .Monday night the. City ..Lads . 'tixed ' August 3l)' as the; dale .toi' the election for the special tax to provide Marion with, 'a city hospital in accordance with the p...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 29 July 1921

1 1 t SOT-WESIOLY LEADER SS i M.U Friday, tttftii, S&h THE RIIUiAr4A0IR . itneuraertted), Pwbl'eHe'i. 103 Fratkiia Street -Mion, lUlflo'li. . , w. o. iutsmt, Editor H)"LDHAM JPaUUCT, CUT Editor. . UB8CAiTiN RATES; J Per Six Months 9 .75 Per Tat ..ti 1.8t) All subscription payabW advance. Paper will be toppd at expiration of Urn paid to unless rsMwed. Entered at the' poa; t&ce a; iecond chjsa mail matter. Xarioa, Illinois, as " Much Building in Marion. There is much building going on in Marion. Little has been said about it but construction work is progressibly steadily and hundreds of new homes have been built this season. In the, distHct which was paved last winter there have been many improvements put in and mosi of the vacant lots there are no longer 'vacant The best improvement has been the .laying out of Parish Park where lots will soon be offered with all improvements already in This plan is a good one for it not only as sures the lot purchaser that he ...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 29 July 1921

;frRIPAT, jtfl 29, 1921 TH2. SfiMl-WSEICLY LEAttelT AG2 THREE FUNERAL FOR MRS. SANDERS Graruifana Acted Pallbearer 8rvlct wert Held at Union -. Qrove M. E. Church. The. funeral of Mrs. T. J. Sanders, mother of Thomas and Lon Sanders and Mrs. Sherretz ol Marlou, who died of dropsy at her home in Pittsburg Friday wa held at ' tha home Sunday afternoon with Reverends J. W. " Cummins and ' Emery Allen In charge. Deceased was. a life long resident of this vicinity and scores of friends and relatives, gathered at the home to pay their final respect to the aged mother. Burial . was made in the old family cemetery on the Sanders home place. 'ftjje following grandsons acted as pallbearers: James Sanders, John Sanders, Charles Sherretz, Harry Sanders, Paul Sherretz and ..Frank Hendrickson. GranddaugblgS of the deceased acted as flower girls as follows: tela, Ethel and Cecil Sanders, Pearl and Myrtle Sims, and Mrs. Maude Neivurg. Music was murnished by the choir from the Union Grove M. E. chur...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 29 July 1921

Lznr4--' "r" v t-ff"n , , , ; .- PAGE POOS THIRD DEATH i IN SAME HOUSE mrs. j. johns dieMt creal Tllden Parks Died Last FridayRev. ; Haticock Claims Splandid Mar. :: ' riags Reoord. "7"' ,. -The death; arteel came Into' the y ,vboine-nfJTllUen Parks (near Sarahs. Vine triage) " last Friday and claimed him as its victim. Two weeks ago -' Alp Parks--accidentally 7 broke - -the rkin ; on ttFrtacB -oeat Hie tempi, e9ysipe!a, set up and became -worse Two skilled Dhysicians did aAn their power to keep the disease from spreading"' bnt cf jno-avail,,,. finally blood poisoning aeveiopea .ana nom-"-"ng coiild be , done" to" prevent 'ttt-. Mr. Parks was well known thru- out tha county as a good farmer and atnok dealer. C The people ". have 710 mourns the .logs of a faithful, willing worker and honest man. . " He leave ra. --wife and "eight ""chil- dren with 1 a" targe " host of friends an drelativeC " He was 44 years old. Interment? was made In the Parks' cemetery -by - 'Arnold $ View. Nearly ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 2 August 1921

Maiiok Leader r THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSO N COUNTY Vol. 46292. MARION. ILLIMOia. TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1921 Subscription er Year TWO IN JAIL ; FOR SHOOTING OF ITALIAN Palermo Brothers Arrested and Arsenel Was Found in Home. BROTHER WAS KILLED IN 1916 Little chance" for Recovery of Cochibindo - Say . Physician. Jul;9 and Tony " Palermo who are better kuown as the Mitchell brothers are In the county jail in connection with the shooting; of Jake Sochibindo on the front porch of his me on West White street eanly pesday nignt. iney were arre3ieu 103 S. Court street where they live i 111 their mother and sister Nina. Officer Jack Bradly with Jeff St. John as deputy raided the House about 11:30 Wednesday night and rnado the arrests, and .captured' an automatic shot gun containing live shells. The men were placed in jail and Thursday morning ' Chief of Police George Vinson with Street Commissioner Ed Gulley and Jeff St. John again entered the house and made a thoro search of the p...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 2 August 1921

PAGE TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER TUESDAY, AUGUST I, XM1 -HlfiBK SERl-WEESLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. Marlon, Illinois. W. 0. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: .$ .7S . 1.80 Per Six Months Per Year ........... All subscriptions payable in- advance. Paper will be stopped at expiration ot time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post office Becoiid class mail matter. at Marion, Illinois, Jack Johnson and the Public I STRICT PARKlNr. t Avvs VF.mrn - The need of strict , parking laws for autos is becbming more in evidence with the increase in the number of cars owned here and the accident in front of the Logan school grounds on Wednesday evening showed that the city must provide rules for sections away from the square as well as on same. When the present "city administration began the enforcement of laws forbidding the parking of vehicles within a block of the square and making restrictions on the square...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 2 August 1921

TCE9DAT, AUGUST J, l2X " ' "" THE SEMJWEEKLYfcADE PAGE THREE REV. J.L.FOD ..... i ROANiZED FREE APTiST CHURCH Tent Revival Was Start of First Free Baptist Church Here, - rev. McKinney; v; -IS ITS PASTOR Church is Now Erecting a Fine Edifice on Warder Street. "' " In the month of July 1890 Rev's. J. L. Mead and G., P. McBride ot Ava Illinois conducted a series o revival meetings In a large tent on South street which was so successful that It has always been referred to as one ot the greatest revivals in the his tory of Marion. During the process of this meeting they organized, the Free Baptist church of Marion. From the first this church was very popular and held a large place in the religious life of Marion. A number of strong preachers served as pastor from time to time. The site of the church was selected very wisely and it is now surrounded by one of the finest resident districts in the city. The old church building wiiich was torn lown recently was erected while G. P. Mc Bride w...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 2 August 1921

J PAGE FOUR, r" f HIGH SCHOOL ' FACULTY HAS EN SELECTED Principal Arno Bratten Announces Date. for Opening of School. - APPEALS FOR GOOD HOMES Faculty is Exceptionally Strong and Capable This Year. The list of teachers" for the Marion high school has just been completed as follows Arno Bratten, Principal. Olive Ellis, English. Chesta Mitchell, Englih. Mary Whiteside, English. . Mary E. Glisson, English and Expression. Fleda Cooper, French and English. Sue Dibble, Latin. Elmer Kennedy, Social Science. Dwight L. Dumond, History. Ruth E. Bentley, History. Maree Y. Trevo, Jlistoy and Physieal Training. G. H. Tullis, Mathematics. E. C. Weakley, Mathematics. E. H, Sehrieber, Scence - and Ath letics. Louese Cooper, Science. Arthur E. Elmer, Science and Athletics. "Verna Cliucb, Music. Erwin Touve, Manual Training. Lillian Scl.ell, Home Economics. Mary A. Arnoldi, Home Economics. Lester H. Heiser, Commercial. Lottie C. Cell, Commercial. Mrs. A, C. Elmer. Librarian. C. T. Belford, Janitor. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 5 August 1921

Marion SEii-teicLY Leader THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY mmHi sa? , Vol. 46 No, 2)J. ' ' " 1 1 1 FUNERALS WERE HELD SUNDAY FO SOLDIER HEROES First Funeral at Creal Springs for. Soldier Killed During War, NOEL ROBINSON BURIED AT HURST Military Funerals Also held at Frankfort and Mur- , physboro. Several military funerals were held in this vicinity on Sunday, one at Creal Springs and .another at Hurst and the other outside' of the county. The folfowing reports on the funerals have been received i Frank B. Dungy. Frank B. Dungy was born March 20, 1892, and died in France while in the military service of the United States, Sept mber 14, 1918 atrthe age of 26 years, 6 months and 24 days. Alter his untimely -dearth his bodywas buried lu France, near where lulled made his supreme sacrifice for the country's honor, and where it remained nearly thre years, but al the expressed wish of his bereaved I mother, same was disinterred and ' sent back to the home land, arriving in Cr...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 5 August 1921

MARION SErll-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher. 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor v . OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor, SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months Per Year ...... $ .75 1.60 ' All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be stopped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post btCice second clasB mail matter. at Marion, Illinois, as It Is Always Hot in Summer Time. Yes we honestly blieve that we ave .having a hot summer. , The sample days last week were enough to convince us. But did you know that the climate averages up about the same year in and year out? In the last 140 years, the country's yearly temperature has averaged 49 degree. Taking it by decades, it has never varied as much as two degree from that average." The coldest July on record was in 1816, the famous year when snow fell in the northern states every month. The hottest July were in 17S0 and 1876. The coldest January was in 1857 and the c...

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