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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 22 January 1903

n n vT PER CASH Zbc XCribune. HENDRICKS & CO.. Publishers. Advertisements to appear In TOE TXIB ONE mot be In before Tuesday noon to in re tnetr appearance In the Issue of tha week. Plymouth, Ind., January 22, 1903. 1 fc A A 1 1 a 1 A A 1 k 1 m m y m y m m w w- 1 LOCAL NEWS i ITT ITT TtTTTTTtttttTTTTTT W. II. Boll man and J. M. Wickizer -are transacting business at Hamlet. iD, 31. Bedcner went to South Bead for a visit of two days. "Mrs. J. A. Miller, of Walnut town--ship visited over Sunday with friends at Inwood. : Nelson and G rover Zumbaugh and A. Kline, of South Bend, visited here over Sunday. " Adam Reed and family, of Lake Tille, were in town Monday aod had a family picture taken. . Mrs. Rockhill, of Etna Green, and Miss Risb, of Warscw, spent Sunday with the family of C. A. Yarrick. Miss Cora Morelock, who is attend in? school at Argos, spent Sunday with her parents west of Plymouth. Mrs. J. A. Cunningham has return ed from a visit of six weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Me...

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. — 22 January 1903

II . Ill THE Gives Testimony to the Interstate Commerce Board Regard ing a Railway Deal. HAD A BANKER'S EJTEBEST THEBEIB And Nothing More T7hy He Assisted in Getting Hold or 300,000 v,. Shares from Gates. . New York, Jan. 16. At 3 p. m. yes terday J. Pierpont Morgan, the great merger, appeared before the Interstate commerce commission to testify as to the deal In Louisville and Nashville. Morgan began his testimony by say ing he was the head of his firm, and that the firm had ten or twelve mem bers, he was not sure how many. He had nothing to do with the purchase of the 300,000 (of L. and N.) shares except to approve the contract when made. The deal was explained to him by Messrs. Perkins and Steele, when he returned from Europe last spring. Morgan presumed a conference was held with Gates about 'the Louisville and Xashr.lle stock sale, but he was not present at it. He was never a di rector of the Southern, but thought his partner, Steele, was. ! Not Harden Bli Memory, Morgan could ...

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. — 22 January 1903

STOVES For every and ' Come and see ÄSTLEY &t HESS Leaders in Good Goods and Low Prices o Zbc tribune. HENDRICKS & CO.. Publishers. Advertisements to appear in THE TKIB CNE mut be 1 before Tuesday noon to in sure tnelr appearance In the issue of tba week. Plymouth, Ind., January 22, 1903. I LOCAL NEWS & f C. Kilmer has gone to Tiosa for a visit of a week. The grand jury is called for Mon day, January 26. "William Pitt, of this city, was at Laporte Thursday. Jacox & Shu'oe have sold their livery stock to John Flocenzier. ' Bert Sherrow went to Tippecanoe today to visit until Sunday. Dr. Holtzendorff mr.de a profession al visit at Bourbon Thursday. John D. Thomas, of Bourbon, is at tending court almost every d3y. The auditor has almost $10,000 of school funds to loan at 6 per cent. Bert Bushman went east Thursday in J me interest oi me taciurj. J. W. Sears has returned to Argos; after a visit of a few days in this city. George W. Tnoraas is here from South Bend for a v...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 22 January 1903

Uli on DM Thrco Tugs and a United States Cruiser Take a Pull, but She Still Sticks. HAS 800 PAESEKGSBS OB EOAED Including lOO United Statesans Su sengersAre Wroth. ' Gibraltar, Jan. 19. The North Ger man Lloyds steamer Lahn, Captain Melchow, from Mediterranean porta for New York, went ashore at 4 a. m. yesterday at Tamara, ten miles east of the Rock of Gibraltar. There was a heavy fog and rain was falling at the time. On board the steamer are 100 saloon passengers, mostly United Statesans, and 700 emigrants. She la SHirS PASSING GIBRALTAR, In no danger, and salvage steamers are with hrt. The Lahn is stern on to the sea. The weather is moderate, but there is n heavy swell. The pas sengers are quite safe provided the wind holds !n the west. Should the wind shift to the east the steamer's position would be critical. The Gib raltar life-boat ship, to be prepared for an emergency has beats at the Lahn all the time. , Long: Tall, Strong; Poll, Fall. All attempts to float the Lahn have bee...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 29 January 1903

r Yl Vi 1. THE ONLY REPUBLICAN PAPER IN MARSHALL COUNTY VOLUME II PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1908.. NO. 17 1 1 i - a J Ii -t 1! i i I s I , HORROR Oil THE RAIL Wreck Followed by Fire Brings to Frightful Death Twenty Four Persons. A2I0THEB AWFUL BEAR END CBASH Tour 'Cars Telescopid and the Victims Held in the Ruins. Until the Flames Drove the Rescuers Away and Roasted the Cnfortu t nates Only Seven of Them Identified. New York, Jan. 2S. One of the most appalling railroad wrecks that has oc curred in the vicinity of New York for many years, the estimated loss of life known to include twenty-four per sons, took place last night at Grace land on the Central railway of New Jersey, near Westfeld, N. J., when the Royal Flue Jine express ploughed at top speed into the rear of a local train. Immediately after the crash three of the shattered cars of the local train took fire, rendering Impossible the res cue of many of the- wounded who were pinned fast in the wreck. Many bodies...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 29 January 1903

Zbe Uribune. Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publisher. Telepnone No. 37 jrFlCE la Bltstll Block. Corner Center and La port Street. 4UVKBT18ING RATES wUl be mads known on application. Catered tbe PoatofSce at Plymouth. Ind.. as kecond class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year in Advance $1.50; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents, de livered at any postoffice. The Only Republican Peper in the County Plymouth, Ind. January 29. 1903. In Hon. Chester I. Long tbe republi cans of the Kansas legislature have given the country a United States senator who is entirely worthy of membership in that body. The indications are that the com mittees of the legislature are giving an unusual amount of attention to the bill referred to them. At no stage of legislative work will care and sound judgment be more effective. According to present plans, it see ms probable that Secretary of War Hoot will resign next June or July, and that Jude William II. Taft, governor of the Philippines...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 29 January 1903

GEH!! GUUS BOOM Three of the Kaiser's Cruisers Again Attack the Fort That Defends Maracaibo, GABBIS05 BEPLÜ3 T7TTH EETEEQY End of the Eattls ITct Ecjcxtsd, Eat It 7a Hot Tenexuelam Rebels Defeated In m Bloody Fight at Coro Com -t . mens at London on tho 1 i. Situation. Maracaibo, Venezuela, Jan. 22. "Three German warst ips, supposed to be the Panther, Vlneta and Falke, be gan shelling the fort of San Carlos at 1050 a. m. yesterday. The fort re turned the fire. The engagement was in progress at 1 p. m. The corre spondent of the Associated Press, In a rowboat, approached to within thiee THX OXBHAJT CSUISSB YTXSTA. miles of the fort at noon. The roar of the guns was terrific. The Panther appeared to be not more than 500 yards from the fort. Her guns were being fired every minute. Fort Making a Brav Fight. The fort could not be seen for the clouds of smoke, but It was plain that the Venezuelan gunners were' answer ing the German fire splendidly and with great rapidity. At 1 p. m. an exp...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 29 January 1903

V M ftfoe "Xirtbune. ErtaUUhed October 10 1901. ,. . . HENDRICKS & CO.rPublUhers. IVtepnone No. 27. JFFICE la Blsscll Block. Corner Center and Laporte Street. Df KKTI8INO BATES wUl b mad known i on application. Entered the Postoffice at Plymouth, Ind.. as . second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Yr l.r Advance i.5i Six Months 75 :ents; Three Months 40 cents, de , lhrered at any postoffice. ; The Cnly Republican Paper In the County Plymouth.- Ind., January 29, 1903. William E. Curtis says: S ew York democrats are united on Alton B. Parker as presidential candidate and are actively booming him. Secretary Hay has negotiated and signed more importanttreaties than any one of his predecessors, and they axe all favorable to the United States. The tenacity with which' the Venezuelans defend their forts proves that an attempt to subjugate them on land would be a big and difficult undertaking. China finds the United States stand ing alone when it come to friendly of fices. Uncle Sam , is ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 29 January 1903

, t i . : ; ; - 11 CQ1Ü:ÜÜÜ u AT- LEADER IN Leave your order made at the Zhe XEnbune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appear In THE TU IB DNE mc.it be In before Tuesday noon to in ure tnelr appearance In the issue of tba week. Plymouth, Ind., January 29, 1903. l'& LOCAL NEWS & f ü. F. Ketcbam was home over Sun day. ' Typewriting at The Tribune office, reasonable. - tf J. N. Wilson spent Monday at his farm near Lapaz. . Samuel Knode as borne from South Bend oyer Sunday. Harry Corbii, of. Chicago, spent Sunday in this city. Mrs. Francisco made a business trip to Fort Wayne Monday. Miss Mae Hill has gone to Valpa raiso U attend school. J. J. Thompson, of Argos, was a Plymouth Tisitor Monday. Mrs. Maggie Rish transacted busi ness in South Bend Monday. Almost everybody said "it looked like a January thaw Monday. " Mrs. David Baker lias gone to Ko komo to re mal a until spring. Bert Hinkle and family have moved from Walkerton to this city. Mrs. James A. Gilmore ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 29 January 1903

WHICH lSTHETRUTH? Two Dispatches from the Seat of War Which Cannot Be Reconciled. EOHEDER RZP0&T3 OF SAH OAELOS Smys Che Fight Was Endd Jan. 2i Maracaibo Says It 1Yaa Going : on Jan. 23 Berlin Ex- C planatlona. Berlin, Jan. 24. Commodore Sche der, commander of the German fleet In Venezuelan waters, officially reports the bombardment of Fort San Carlos from Maracaibo, under date of Jan. 21, as follows: "On the 17th Inst, while the Panther was passing theMaracaibo bar, she was unexpectedly attacked by Fort San Carlos, which opened a heavy fire on her. To this the Panther oswild vox BicnrnoF. replied and a cannonade was ex Changed for half an hour. Owing to the difficulties of navigation the Fan ther then desisted. In order to exact an Immediate punishment for this at tack, the more so as the Venezuelan government had proclaimed It a vic tory, I bombarded tbe fort with the Vineta on the 21st Inst, and destroyed It" There' aa Cnveraclty Somewhere. MaracallK), Jan. 24. At 2 p. m. yes...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 29 January 1903

T0 ror every anu Come and see v 9-ÄSTLEY öt HESS?- Leaders in Good Goods and Low Prices XEbe Tribune. HENDRICKS & CO.. Publishers. Advertisements to appear In THE TKIB UNE mcit be in before Tuesday noon to in ure tnelr appearance in the Issue of tha week. Plymouth, IikL. January 29. 1903. I LOCAL NEWS & J C. L. Morris transacted business In Chicago Thursday. Miss Etta Cole has cone to Arros for a Tisit of two weeks. Miss Jennie Leonore Iloughton Is "visiting her aunt in Warsaw. Miss Edna Bell went to Aros Thurs day to visit the remainder of the week. Mrs. S. W. Miller spent Thursday with her daughter. Mrs. Boggs in Argos. . Henry Zumbaugb, of Green town ship, sold some nice cattle in town Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ilugh M. Shafer, transacted business in Rochester Thursday. Ferdinand Etch has been appoi ited receiver of the Plymouth Electric Light company. Sol Rosenfield, of Kansas City, who has been visiting here left for home Thursday morning. Mrs. Jerry Blain, who is making h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 29 January 1903

T 1 riß! Declares thv Venezuelan Diffi , culty on the Eve of Satis j factory Settlement. 0ITEB3 THE ALLIES A GUABAN1EE Stipulating for the Raise of the Block , de Alaskan Boundary Treaty filffned The Leatler Brib , ery Matter. ' i t "Washington, Jan. 20. A Ions con ference between Minister Bowen and Sir Michael Herbert, the British am bassador, beginning at noon yesterday, followed by further conferences be tween Sir Michael, Signor Mayor des Planches (the Italian ambassador) and Count . Quadt (the German charge d'affaires). Indicated diplomatic activi ty in "Washington over the Venezuelan situation. All the negotiators declined to discuss the results of the meeting, but general statements by them that the situation warrants the hope of early relief is significant of what has been accomplished. Bowen' Third Proposition In Hand. 1 y this time the London, Berlin and Rome foreign officers are in possession of Bowen's third proposition, stating the nature of the guaranUe he is pre pared...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 5 February 1903

HUGH HOLM'S CASE KV - J ' " 5 J it 9 THE ONLY REPUBLICAN PAPER IN MARSHALL COUNTY VOLUME If PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, FEBEUARY 5, 1903. NO. 18 . . , . ' - 't - RIBUME 1 5 f f if i ! . v OiS THE STATE LAW Only National Statutes Have to Do with Crimes of Nation - al Bankers. CTATE LAWS ABE NOT TO IHTEHIEILE TJIllmon Case To Be Tried Again Attempt to Save the Seals Sundry Civil Grants. Washington. Feb. 3. The case f.! Easton vs. the state of Iowa was de cided by the United States supreme court yesterday In favor of Easton. thus reversing the supreme court of .the state. The case involved the re sponsibility to national banks of state laws regulating state banks. In this Instance Easton was president of the National bank at Decorah. and he was sentenced to five years in prison under the state law for accepting a deposit of $100 when he knew his bank to be insolvent. The decision was deliv ered by Justice Shiras, who says that state laws for the regulation of state banks do not extend...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 5 February 1903

Xbe tribune. ErtbUhed October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Telepnone No. 2?. JFF1CE la Blsscll Block. Corner Ctottr anJ La port Stmt. ADVKBTI8ING RATES will be made known on application. Entered the Postoffico at Plymouth. Ind.. as second cla.89 matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One tear In Advance $1.50; Six Months 95 cents; Three Months 40 cenU. de Uvered at any postoffice. , The Only Republican Paper In the Conaty Ffyrncuih, Ind, February 5, 1903. ' Just wherein tbe furnishing of free text books by the state to alL. of tbe pupils in our .common schools would prove beneficial is difficult to see. There is already a provision for f urnlsh books to those who are unable to purchase them and -.this certainly ought to be sufficient. The mania for creating more offices Is on. It is being developed in many quarters. The necessity for such po sition cuts no figure. It's to get in, to provide some pet, or to help some incompetent official along. Tbat is at the bottom ot most of the bills...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 5 February 1903

QUAY'S HEW TACTICS Plans to Get a Still Stronger Crip on Action Upon the 'State hood Bill. EE PLAYS SOME SERE WD STBATEGY Propose to Pat the Omnibus Measure on Two Appropriations Als k&n Boundary. Washington, Jan. 29. A few mln txtes before Senator Lodge suspended bis speech In opposition to the om- . . . a m a " ft Quay. In charge of that bill. Intro duced the statehood measure as an , amendment to each of two appropria tion bills the agricultural and the sun dry dvlL The document was handed la Tery quietly, and the occurrence at tracted no attention at the time. The amendments contain In each case all the provisions of the bill as it came from the house, and provide for the admission of Oklahoma, New Mexico Quay Not Talking- or III Idea. Senator Quay would not discuss the purpose of this step, but his friends practically admit that it Is the inten tion so to join the measure with the bills providing money for the conduct of the business of the government as to render it necess...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 5 February 1903

tEbe tribune;; ' EetabUshed Oct bor 10. 1901. - HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Telepnone So. 127. JFFICE la Blssell Block. Corner Center and Laport Street. AUVKUTI81NG BA.TE8 will be made knowo on application Entered tbe Postoffiee at Plymouth. Ind.. as ecund class mailer. . SUBSCRIPTION; One r In Advance f.5; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents, de livered at any postoftice. . . The Only Republican Paper In the County Plymouth, Ind.. February 5. 1903. Bills for tbe regulation of the trusts are still being prepared in large num bers, but few of tbem are being pass ed. The trusts have little tö fear as long as the enemy's fire continues to be scattered. It is reportod that a combine has purchased the entire sugar crop of three important producing stales in Mexico, that the price has advanced as a result, and that the go er men t may attempt to correct this disturb ance of the market by admitting Cuban sugar free of duty. The best comment that has yet been made on the Venezue...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 5 February 1903

Faraii Feece AT- LEADER IX LOW PRICES Leave your order and get best Fence made at the lowest prices. ftbe tribune HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Adrertlsements to appear In THE TKIB DNE mut be In before Tuesday noon to ln ure tnetr appearance in the Issue of tha week. Plymouth, Ind., February 5, 1903. 1 LOCAL NEWS & l tr TtTTiTITTTTTTTTH 1 TTTTTT Albert Hume was home over Sun day. 1 Peter Emnaker visited at Atwood Monday. Frank Huba visited over Sunday in South Bend. Prof. Hahn and son, Donald, were Bourbon visitors Monday. Miss Estella Chase, who has been quite sick for a week, is improving. LOST Between Antioch and Plym outh, iron crobar. Richeson Howard. L. E. Harris has gone to Cedar Rapids, Iowa, to put in some mill machinery. Miss Olga Shakes who teaches at Monterey, spent Saturday and Sunday m this city. There are now 52 inmates at the county house and they all watched for the ground hog. Welcome Miller is tuning pianos at Kochester, Peru, Logansport and Argos this week...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 5 February 1903

mm THE TRUST Senator Fairbanks' Eloquent Address to the General Assembly of t Indiana. INSPIRING HISTORY OF INDIANA Stimulates Our Pride And Challenges i Our Admiration Indiana's Pride in the Nation. In This, the Seat of a Vast Empire, Is the Storehouse of the Nation's Fu ture Strength American Instltu tlons Are Stronger Today Than They Have Ever Been Before The Future Is Full of Opportunity, and Full of Hope. The great victory of Indiana Repub licanism in November last reached its most significant consummation ir. the election of Senator Fairbanks for an other term of six years. The address o Senator Fairbanks accepting the trust thus imposed upon him, is one which ought to be read by every Indi anian, regardless of party. It is thoughtful, eloquent, and marked throughout by a deep patriotic feeling transcending all merely partisan con siderations. Senator Fairbanks said: "Mr. President, Mr. Speaker and Members of the General Assembly: "I come to thank you and, through you, to expr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 5 February 1903

:1 1 i ,is ur STOVES For every and all kinds of fuel Come and see our large stock fRSTLEY S: HESS-?- Leaders in Good Goods and Low Pi ices , , Zbc tribune. i j HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appear In THE TKIB j DJE mcjt be in before Tuesday noon to In ; iure tnelr appearance In the issue of tba ; week. . Plymouth, Ind., February 5, 1903. ' ViUseAstttUUUUM4y f 31 vs i rr a i MPic a It l Courtland Morris made a business ; j j trip toKokomo Thursday. ' Xm T J? Mnrco nf flrnrortnan ; j was a Plymouth visitor riaay. T ie erass iooKea as iresn ana ereen i' ; Thursday as it does after a summer's j train. ; v . Attorney John D. Thomas and C. W. Shakes, of Bourbon, transacted business in Plymouth Friday. Ivan Hendricfcs has returned to his home in Kokomo after a visit of sev- ) eral davs with his sister. Mrs. Catherine Pryor, of Tyner, 'who has been visiting friends in this city returned home Friday. ' Joseph Baker, the. well known War saw attorney, stopped in Plymouth F...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 5 February 1903

GHOUL TRIALS 8ECIII Doctor Arraigned Charged with Implication in Body! . : . . . Snatching:. nr k t. rrnn t war inra nrn nr pt"7 wvaai iinminuu wuw ww Too Much Grand Jury Probe Woman Unfortunately Has Bad Aim , , Ii. State Note. Indianapolls, Feb. 3. The trial of the first of the now celebrated grave robbing cases began yesterday when Dr. Joseph C. Alexander was arraigned In the criminal court to answer to four counts In a grand Jury Indictment The case bids fair to be the forerunner of cases tbit will'take many wcks to dis pose of. Thirty-nine men are under in dictment, many of them In Jail, charged with devastating the grave yards around Indianapolis Among those charged with being members of the ghoul organisation are several promi nent physicians, and one undertaker. Coal xebang Conclude to DIkaoIt. Indianapolis, Feb. 3. The Indianap olis Coal Exchange, which has been in vestigated once by the grand jury, dis solved yesterday. A second grand jury Investigation which threatened to...

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