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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 31 October 1922

' . ' 1 LP Ml THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol.. 47. , No., 34. JJ. CLINE DIED FRIDAY Prominent Retired Druggist Died at His Home on. South Market Street Death Friday morning tit-. 11:00 a. in., claimed J.'M. Cline, one ut Marlon and , Williamson county's oiueHt and most honored citizens, ; Mr. rlina had boeu In lulling health :. for some ttmo, and although his death J coine3 as a severe loss to the ci inunity, it had been expected for some little time.-! ; '. : Mr. Cline was born in Allen county, K..on Christmas day ,'4 8 and had he bern able to celebrate 'this t'hrlstmus would have been 74 - yours o! iiKo'. He was the daughter of Jefforcon and SerraWa C'llne. I'h mother, tost ltitown to the older residents as "Grandma" Cline, died on March 3, 1.H17, at the age Ot 91. The sisters who survive are, Mrs. B.- I).. Bracy und Mrs. A. Chaney. ' He moved to Marlon Horn Kentucky In 1370 and in 1876 Mr. Cline was united in marriage : with Miss Alice Vick and four boys and o...

Publication Title: Marion Semi-Weekly Leader
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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 31 October 1922

PAGE TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADS TVKjDATt OCTOBIER 81, jgnj MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois, W. O. PAISLEY, iMitor OLDHAM PAISLEY, Oliy F.ditor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months Per Year ...... ..$ .76 I SO All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be topped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post office at Second class mall matter. Marion, Illinois, aa THE PROPOSITION BALLOTS At the coming election on November 7th two proposition ballots will be presented to the people. One is for the soldiers' adjusted compensation and the other for an expression regarding the liquor laws, On the first the voters are asked to vote fof or against the issuance of bonds with which to pay an adjusted compensation to those who went from Illinois into the service of our country in the World War. It is one where the schedule of the adjustment has been passed by legislature. They have done their...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 31 October 1922

TUESDAY. OCTOBER 81, 1922. PARTY AT II. S. THURSDAY NIGHT Students and .Faculty of High 8chool . Join In First Big Social of Tht Season - Toe Junior and Senior clases ol the Marion , Township high school bold a Hallowe'en party in the high school gymnasium Thusday night and with an attendance of over one hun dred students and teachers, the at' iair was one pf the most succesful . high school events given recently. Those attending the party were met at the door by two very lifelike ghosts who shook hands with every one as -he came In. Inside, the gym aasium was decorated , with corn stalks and shrubbery with pumpkin . jack-o'-lanterns bearing the names 01 different members of the two classe, and the faculty, sitting on the rail ing of the bleachers all around tht gym.' The lights had been covered . with crepe paper which produced Hallowe'en effect. :' A march of the masqueraders was : staged on the flor of the gym, during which the judges. Mrs. Touve, a nd Mrs, Garber, picked the win...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 31 October 1922

PAG2 FOUR HAKES APPEAL FORSTATEBONOS . - r"': r ' ; 1 1 Stat Commander American Legion Asks Voters to Support Bonus r . November 7th, ;, v An appeal to voters of Illinois to support the adjusted , compensation act when it cornea up for a .referendum vote by the people of the state on November 7 has been , issued by Charles W. Schickf state commander of the Illinois Department of the .Amerlcan Legion. In his appeal Commander Schick points out that Bin-en states have already voted on the' proposition of giving a bonus to their service men and as a result fifteen states have naid or are paying a bonus to the men who fought in the world war. Commander Schick in asking sup port of the bill to appropriate $55,000,000 for veterans of the world war, aald in part; ,; : :' . "Fifteen states ' point the way'for Illinois in the matter of paying a bonus to hep heroes of the world war. Those states have passed legislation giving their soldiers adjusted compensation in actual cash. . "In many of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 3 November 1922

Ma EEKLY THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAtSSON COUNTY ADER Vol. 47. Mo. 35. JACKSON SPEAKS BEFORE MARION LAW ENFORCEMENT LEAGUE MONDAY Former Mayor Says That Law Abiding People Stay Home While Law Violator Crowd Court Rooms When trials of Violators Are Being Heard. f ormer Mayor ' E. B. Jackson,- spoke J before me liw amercement league on Monday evening and bis speech In lull was as follows; ,. About tbe only good this talk can do is to olfer some suggestions. Whether you ttccept them as a cer tain young man accepted a suggestion lrom a young lady depends on whether you like my suggestions as well as he liked hers. In a part of the county not Tar from here there were, two roads running through the country that at a certain point came together, much as tbe sides of a triangle do and then continued in a single' road down thru a rather sombre and densely shaded - strip of woods. . . A young man walked down one of these roads, carrying a large iron , kettle on his back, in his left h...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 3 November 1922

rfUif. TWA THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER FRIDAY, -NOVEMBER 3 1323. HARM SEMI WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLIOAN LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher. 103 Franklin Street. Marlon, Illinois, V. 0. PAISI.RY, Rdllor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: er Six Mouths '.....$ .75 Per Year 1.60 All subscriptions payable In advance. Paper will be topped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post office at Marion, second class mail matter. s Illinois, THE REPUBLICAN TICKET FOR NOVEMBER 7th. The general election which will be held on November 7th is important and is one which will ha've an important bearing on - national as well as local affairs. The recent shortcomings of a Democratic administration should be fresh enough to prevent our people trying.it again, but it will not do to forget. The only safe administration which our country has had has been that given by the party now in power so help it j by a strong majority all along the ticket. The full ballots have been prin...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 3 November 1922

J ; ' i"HZ 5EMI-WEEKLY LEADtK MARION WON FROMJOIItlSTOn Sesona ; Horn Game of the Season trded in Easy Victory (or the j M. T. H.' 8. Eleven Bundy . PAGE THREE Sandsrs Tidf ell Board en Johnson DuPont right end. ' Barra left end . Rioamcnd right halfback Jones left halfback Duncan quarterback McMullin full back Roberts Substitutions: Marlon, Benson for McGutcheon; Kerr 'for " Johnston; Fowler for Sander's; Henson foi Smith; Splller for Cox, and Peebles for Morgan, With a team mads up largely of! Johnston City: Collins for Hudsecond team men during the second gen8; McClintock for oJnes and the game, the IM T. H, S. " - a. uoswei. umpire: L. football team, defeated the Johnston ' " ree. 'City IllBIl1 HCmiot ieui - mi no in (iround3 Saturday afternoon by? a More of 39td 0. At no time did Johnston City get even a chance to score and not until at least five of the Marion regulars bad been jerked were the two teams evenly matched. Marion chose the west goal - to defend. Jones kicked off f...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 3 November 1922

: ' ' . ""."'v. -- '.yet' - evta Bftt'gg I v f VltSPS ' . ' PAGE FOUR "' ' " ''"'""' ' "" ' ' '- - - ailWTii' .r iTT - - j . , r Hallowe'en Parties - With Mrs. Fowler Mr and Mrs. It. R. Powler entertained a few friends at their home on Tuesday evening with a Hallowe-en social. They had planned to motor to Caibondale but after the rain de cided to spend theejvening at their home. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Louis Newton, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Goddard, Mr. and Mrs. John Stone, Troy and Floyd Fowler. Mss Boyd Hostess Miss Marie Boyd was hostess to her Sunday school class ot the First Methodist 'Church Monday evening. The girls wore Hallowe'en costumes mid games and contests appropi'.ate to the season were enjoyed. The home was decorated In Hallowe'en symbols, Light -refreshments were served. Those present were: Misses Doio thy Holland, Mary Allen Hendrickson, Louisa Borum, Faye Duncan, Luciie Nichols, Mary Charles, Marjorie Leach, Edna Mae Windl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 7 November 1922

Marion EEKLY Mm THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol- 4T. No 36.. M ARION, ILLINOIS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER i; 1922 Subscription $1.50 Per Year MURDER TRIALS BEGIN WEDNESDAY Most Important Trials In History of Nation to be Conducted in Marion The first of , the murder trials growing out of the so-called Herrin massacre" will begin next (Wednesday in the local court housf before Circuit Judge D.T. Hartwelliand the trial will probaoly go' down lij history as the largest single murder jtriat on record. . - - - Forty-eight defiadauts are under indictment in this first bill called for trial, charged with the murder of Howard Hoffman, a non-union man, working in the Lester Strip mjlne, and whose home was at Huntington, Indiana. Because of the large number of meu Indicted in this one bill, It if Itlieved that the state will nolle the charges against a large (percent age of the defendants In order to rer duce the number of preempitory challungeg in the selection of a Jury. Attorneys...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 7 November 1922

FA.GE fwn THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1922. MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois. VV. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months .$ .75 Per Year ., 1.60 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be stopped at expiration of time paid to' unless renewed. Entered at the post office at Marion, ' Illinois, ireond class mail matter. . , AN IMPORTANT DIFFERENCE. Democratic editors who draw a parallel between the Wilson letter of 1918 and the Harding letter of 1922, bearing upon the Congressional elections, fail to note two im portant differences. Just a few. weeks be- fore issuing his letter, President Wilson asked that "politics be adjourned," and the Republicans fell in with the request. Then on the eve of election, Wilson issued; his. call for the election of a Democratic Congress. President Harding has made no suggestion that politics be adjourned. ...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 7 November 1922

T0ESDAY, NOVEMBER '7, 1922 HIE SEMl-YfXJLKLY LEADk PAGE THREE STATE HIGHWAY DETOUR LETTER State Report Shows How to Use The Highways Now Under Construction - ' The tcilowiug dtiou: letter la Issued by the state division of highway? ?or publication today and gives the roads to be followed- while construction is in progress. , The fol- road to aFirfield. Take east A. & P, marked trail to a point 1 mile east of Merriam then south 1 mile, east .through Golden Gat; elleiy m Albion, Route 33 EFFINGHAM-ROBINSON From Effingham take pavement over National Trail to Montrose; turn south to Dieterihch; thence east , to . 1 mile east of Wheeler ;then south three miles, then east 5 miles; and theuce south one mile; thence east 1 mile; thence north and east into Newton. Go north out of Newton on east side of square crossing EmihaMda THva j.Kt.ldo'O than tiiiti cqaf lowing is the report on the roads in . ' . and follow main road to Willow Hill, IgyPi" i, land than maonflavn mail tln-nnp...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 7 November 1922

PAGE FPUS 6. M. A. NOT A G. OF G. MEMBER Greater Marion Association HasNo , . Connection .with State i Chamber. It has been brot to the attention of the Greater Marion u Association that certain parties were spreading broadcast the information , that the Greater Marion Association was a member of the Illinois Chamber of Commerce and was opposed to organized labor and was helping in the fight for the open shop policy ad-j circulated to further the open shop cause. This is the most ridiculous statement I have ever heard. I defy and challenge anyone to prove that there is anything in this magazine that has atendency whatsoever to connect the magazine In any way with such a movement. The magazine is un uuviu using medium ami a booster publication for Marion and no sane man or woman could possibly construe its mission as being otherwise.. There are always a few nen- TUESDAY, NOVEMBER' 7. j92 CREAL SPRINGS ... T beautiful w uu mj reauy to grasp the slight-, uunuu j-riuay at the County Lin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 10 November 1922

ill.-- 11 Marion m v r i. : i ' t L ; fe . 'It ' I :- Ii' -1 THE HOME PAPER OF MARIO i AND WILLIAMSON COUNT yr t;tf, lift'.. 'Vol.. 47. No.. .88, MARION, ILLINOIS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1922. Subscription $1.60 Per Year i r CARPENTERS TO REARRANGE THE r COURT ROOM DURING REGESS Defense Announced Itself Ready for Trial at Eleven O'clock, but Recess Adjournment Is Taken After . - Consultation with the Attorneys. following a conference with the attorney fl'jor both side3, Judge t). llartwell ThursQay morning announced a "recess adjournment until Monday morning at 9 a .in. . Tlie ad.. ' ' ' 'jouvuinent . was taken so as to pei inlt carp.entei-8 to rearrange the .court room and 'prepare for a speedy ' ' trial; also la permit the observance of" armistice day on Saturday. ' The :-. morning service convened about 9.-30, ' ' . States Attorney Delos Duty in an " ' 'V affidavit, said, that the deputies were appointed by and with the knowledge ! .." of Sheriff., Melvin Thaxton and that the action...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 10 November 1922

If PAGE TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER HARION SEffl-WEEKLY LEADER FRIDAY,' NO VBMBER jB. THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher. 108 Franklin Street. Marion. .Illinois. W. 0. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY,. City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Sis Month Pr Year .$ .75 . 1.50 All subscriptions, payable in advance. Taper will be atopea at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at th poat office at Marlon, Illinois, ileccind class mail matter. REPUBLICANS WIN IN WILLIAMSON. The November election caused more interest than unsual for an "off year" contest because of local conditions. This was true in most states, Illinois included, as the con tests have been hard fought. In Williamson county the entire Republican ticket has been elected by majorities Irom 2000 and up wards. The fight waged by their Democrat ic opponents was centered on Melvin Thax- ton and a. E. Storme with the result that their friends rallied to their support and Dim out a big vote which put Thaxton m ...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 10 November 1922

ffTtlPAt. NOVEMBER 10,-19." HURST MASONS' FUNERAL HELD THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER IIAVEiiEt'IIOKE Beautiful Temple Wag Dedicated By Hurtt Lodge on Saturday, October 21 The new Masonic. Temple, of which aJl hurst prides itself, nays the CarurviUe Herald, wua dedicated October U. by Hurst Lodge Mo. 1004, A. if & A. M., with elaborate and , ap propriate ceremonies. ,,4 t. y, .: TUe Temiile was complete in every detail and presented a handsome picture with its carpeted 'halls thronged with hundreds ot guests from far and near. The weather was ideal and the large attendance added much to the success of the day,;r : j '"-i . f Promptly at 2:8" o'clock the grand officers entered .the spacjous lodge room and Most - Worshipful Grand jlasier R. I!. Davenport, was escorted to the Bast fy Grand ; marshal (iurdon Pillow and handed the gavel ty Worshipful' 'Master C..L. Stewart with a few appropriate remarks. The ceremony wag; most impressive and was well executed. S . A splendid program ...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 10 November 1922

i X X PACE FQUB iH StMI-WEEKLT JQEADSa cootkcestounitT presbyterian activities CARBONDALE, Nov. 4. To 'unite Presbyterians in a .statewide program embracing all the activities of the churcn, a series or one-aay con ferences will bo held dining the week of Nov. 20-25. The whole program of the Presbyterian church will be concisely yet coniprehenslvelji, presented by ey nodical and Presbyterial speakers. Carbondale has been honored by betas chosen as the center in which the conference for Cairo Presbytery will be held. There will be morning. afternoon and evening sessions here November 23rd, with a program for every session. Dinner will be served at 6 o'clock, followed' by an after- dinnea program speakers : Rev. V. E. Roberts, D 1)., First Presbyterian church, Cham paign; Kev. W. M, Cleveland, D I')., St. Ijouia; Dr. Turner, president Lincoln College; Mrs. Grant St rah, of the Woman's Sy nodical, and C. F, Schenck, Chicago, Synodical - Field Worker.' '2' G. A. Campbell is chairman of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 14 November 1922

THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol- 47. No.. 39. MARION, ILLINOIS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, . 1922. Subscription 1.E0 Per Year rMOWDSAf" ILLINI GAMES CARPENTERS BUSY ALTERING THE MRS. HEFLIIi JOHNSTON CITY TO HAVE HOSPITAL MARION CONGRESSMAN RE-ELECTED FOR HIS FIFTH TERM COURT ROOM FOR THE BIG TRIALS DIED FRIDAY Mi J Judge' Bench Being Moved Will Sit Against the the Audience in XT Early Friday morning , carpenters started work altering the court room I nd nreuarlnK for the continuance oi the murder trials on Monday, when the first work toward selecting a jury will start. '..'. ..' Under the arrangement ' made by Judge Hartwell Thursday, Sherlfl Melvln Thaxton, States Attorney Delos Duty and Attorney George R. Stone were appointed as a committee to arrange the room for a more con. venient court. - ; By removing the first two rows of benches, and moving the two-foot railing several feet toward the west wall they have obtained considerable more space. These benches have bee...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 14 November 1922

fiSGD SEfll-VEEKLY LEADER THl RIPUSLICAN-LEADER OeofBortted) Publisher IN nakUB Street , . Marlou. Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY. Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY. City Editor. UMCRIPTION RATES: tt Mix Iteatka .7t yw i.6 All wfesariptloaa payable lm advance. Paper will be at uvt ec time paid to uwt nmin. tfco pott aattar. wBce at ltertw, iUlsels, a DO WE NEED MORE IMMIGRATION? "Thfe shortage of labor in some indus tries is producting a demand for changing uui uuimgiauuu taws in oruer to unng m a large influx of foreign laborers. The que3a.j i jiT i. j j tKMia 13 wte wnicn win ue eagerly discussed pro and con i nthe next session of Congress. "The Manufacturers Record does not believe that there should be any change for the present in our immigration laws, unless to make them more restrictive "by requiring that all immigrants from Europe or other countries seeking to enter America should be thoroughly investigated, physically and morally, and as to whether they are an-f areniaw or not, dv responsiDie ...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 14 November 1922

TtJ ESPA?, NOV&ttBBR 14, 1922 1MB SEm.WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE iV wmciai vote, Williamson County, Election Tuesday. Nov 7 1922 STATE TREASURER STATE SUPT. ' 7 CONGRESS AT LARGE i km BEER AND WINE Fill Vacancy REFTIVE UNIVERSITY TRUSTEES CONGRESS GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY JUDGE CLERK SHERIFF COUNTY 50th Dist COUNTY TREASURER ASSEMBLY SUPT. SCHOOLS S 2 I cr a a D O 3. O O o to a a c 2 ut a CD e CD 5. o o tr o a o D O. o Z o Z o ? d a -1 o D p ' .? r L Blalrsville No. 1 195 46 Blalrsville No. 2 207 20 Blalrsville No. 3 261 115 Blalrsville No. 4 263 Blalrsville No. 5 203 84 Blalrsville No. 6 ; 93 66 Blalrsville No. 7.. 124 20 Blairsville No. 8 462 26 Carterville No. 1 293 182 Carterville No. 2 329 168 Carterville No. S .. 103 52 Grassy No. 1 92 63 Herrin No. 1 .. 622 190 Herein No. 2 ....... .444 111 Herrin No. 3 537 231 Herrin No. 4 e89 202 Herrin No. 5 IbiJ 122 Herrin No. 6 .297 126 West Marion No. 1 .459 327 West Marion No. 2 444 322 West Marlon No. 3 33 66 West Marion No. 4 ...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 14 November 1922

TWO KILLED IN GAS EXPLOSION Workmen on Boat in Dry Dock Killed by Unusual Explosion Early Today CHESTER, Vu., Nov. U Two were kil.ed and two horribly burned in an explosion nt' crude oil gas, iu six tanks aboard the tank steamer G. N. Pew, which is lying in dry dock here today. The men were working with acetylene torches,-binning the heads oft of rivets on the inside of h font nnil It ta believed that the flames ignited the explosive vapor J.hihhen.of Gorevllle passed through Mr, gild Mrs. V. U. Tutu' ut Cobdin pustfu liiivugh M.-iiion SuuirJuy en ruiiu; to GorevHh' to upend tho week mi! Willi friends umt rclutiN on. Mr and Airs. Charles .Yliiifwii and children nf (loreville pjiitsed Ihrougll Marion Saturday en routo. lo Crcal Springs to upendy the week end with relatives. Mrs. Jennie Hawkins of Johnston '.'itv arrived in Marion Friday to i spend the week "end visiting friends and telatives. Kurd Norman of Jolr.i:;ton Cily sptuit Friday evening in Mariou violins frirMds and relative...

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