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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 25 May 1900

k Co Ii Co" Xql. G. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1900. No. 24. nty odepeedeei PROFESSIONAL CARDS. A. C. HOLTZENDORFF. C. F. HOLTZENDORFF. Physicians and Surgeons. Corn? r Michigan and Jefferson streets. Nlht calls answered. MONEY AT SIX! 6 TODAY P IT COSTS TOU NOTHING lJ O to CALL on WRITE a ' 0 JOHN C. CAPRON, Packard Blk. Until June ist You can get One Doz. Trilbys or Half Cabinets for Cents Per Dozen. ROTZIEN GALLERY I guarantee my work and furnish m a SPLENDID ASSORTMENT. 5 SI iNeat and Nobby. 15 : Never a better line 3 of real good ones. : Never a better line i3 : of modern priced ones :2 S Never a better line of low priced ones. Fit and Workmanship Guaranteed. I BERGMAN THE TAILOR UPSTAIRS. CORBIN BLOCK. lllilUiUlliHilWWUiUiullt Honestly, we are not looking for transcient customers, except to convince tbem that it is to their interest to trade here always. How do you feel about it? We positively welcome all reasonable complaints, as it is a pleasure to r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 25 May 1900

J THE WEEKLY I11DEPEHDEHT. CL W. METSKER, Pub. and Prop. PLYMOUTH, - INDIANA. siotiieiioiioDiiioias CURRENT TOPICS ; OS 9 tiii: . r st k. man iiii.iThe amendments onered to the Australian tVik ration bill in the House of :::!. ;;h.s i-cem to be reasonable rm-rgh -from ti e point of view of the im;-! gov, vnw The colonies of Au.-trtli i nnl Now Zealand have unit.- . I i;i a ; b ration. The. relations ( f tl.r ci:c:.i s t..v.ard one another are üNfoci n.i much the same as those k.-Vl.-tir.g i:mng the .states in the Au. r: ;;n un!o:. The central govern-ict-i;; is much the same in its funeü ns nr.d fo.m.;tion as the federal govir::snr.t cf tie I'nited States. In r? i.:ri. n nf the authority of C.reat Brit:.:n :he : n -titution of the federated .Vor.; - has been submited to the impel LI t;o-(ir.!'.r ut for approval. In passing upon the measure the government now objects to the constitution Uvar.se it makes final the findings of i he Supreme ('curt of the Australian federation. Iiitl.erto...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 25 May 1900

J ERE CENTURY DAWN. A Memorial Pay School Hesitation for lfioo. In this the wining light of rounded ! years. j We swing the portals of the century j near, j In e'-stacy of hope- - through blur of j tears-- ' V wait the word prophetic-, be of j cheer. J The Holy of the Holies entr we. The dream of ages, and of seers foretold, A .lay of kinder motive. boudless. free, The century-tide, where meet the New aud O'd. In dash of hungry steel and din of hate. We hear the echo of a dying past: "We pray it jangle not the new-born state. Nor that its clang this pregnant year outla.st. For di-prnsation ww the world hatli need Of peace on earth and (I d's good will to t:u n. Wit re Love shall make new war- on lust cf greed. Ami old war sr.nl .-hall thirst for blood in vain. A:; I what have ye to gain .f arms ye bear. Ye nation's army mad. in fevered strife: What measure shall we to for blood ye snare. Tor wa-st of treasure and for sunken 11 f?? The fittest have ye drained, to mar and slay. Surviv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 25 May 1900

(El?ß3n&epen&ent CLAY XV. METSKEIt, EDITOR AND PROIMilETOK. SUBSCRIPTION' l'KICE. One Year. 51 Six Months. - - .75 Three Months, casn, - .50 Per Copy. -03 Entered at the post office at Plymouth, Indiana as matter of the second class. Friday, May 25, 1900. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. For Representative. CLAY W. MKTSKKK. For 1 reasurer, WILLIAM O'KKEFK. For Sheriff. CLINTON ponhukant. For Kecoriler. L. (1. 1IAKLEY. For Surveyor. I1AKF.Y E. OKUr.E. For Assessor. WILLIAM T. LEON A HI). For Coroner, JAMES II. KIZEK. For Commissioner, First District. IIENKY L. JAUKELL. For Commissioner, Third District. IIENKY SNYDEH. For Councilman at Large. CHKISTIAN FISHEK. For Councilman at Large, WALT EU KIMI.LE. For Councilman at Large, MARION A. ULAN I). For Councilman 1st District. IIENKY MILLEK. For Councilman -'ml District. l'EUKY F. SAUBEK. For Councilman 3rd District, FRED W. MONROE. For Councilman 4th District, LEVI AKTZ. DEMOCRATIC TOWNSHIP TICKET. For Trustee, COMMODORE...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 25 May 1900

Special Sale OF FINE SHOES for 30 Days at the p ro uu NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFF1CO. Ladies' Fine Dress Shoe, lace...$ 1 .45 Ladies' Vesting Coin Toe Shoe, lace $1.65 Ladies' Silk Trimmed lieauties $2.00 All our S3 and grade, cut for this sale to $2.50 Children's Shoes at 23c, 35c, 50c, 5c, 75c and 85c. AM our $2 grade in Men's Shoes reduced for this sale to SI. GO; S3 grade to 82.10. A large line at 81 15. Now is the time to buy Shoes for Spring. Call and see our line whether you buy or not. YOURS FOR BUSINESS. M. RYAN. I?e3nbepenbent Fhiday, May 25, UKX). LOCAL BREVITIES. From Friday Daily. Just received at Dial's a tine line of ladies' and misses' ready to wear street hats. dlwlf bt. Micnaei b luerai jf .. icj pedro party at St. Joseph's hall last evening. I5ert Snane, c.ty attorney of Warsaw, was in riymcuth this morning on legal business. Mra. Good, of Ashland, Ohio, i9 in Plymouth the guest of her daughter, Miss Helen. Champions in their lines, are pH the artists of the arena with J...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 25 May 1900

FERTILE COLORADO. Tb? Denver fc Kio Grande railro.id hi5 just published a second edition of "Tili: Fi-: KT ILK LANDS OF COLORADO," which gives a concise description cf the vast area of agricultural, hum cultural and grazing land located on Its line in the state cf Colorado an I the Territory cf New Mexico, and f ill information as to the stuck interests., the sugar beet industry and farmI r. z by irrigation. It is a truthful repre.-entation of the numerous an I wonderful products of the soil In that portim of the country ar.d is of especial interest to all who are interested in agriculture or kindred pursuits. Copies of this book will be sent fre? on application to S. K. Hooper. C..P.A . I). It. G. R. II. Denver. Colo., rr any offlcial of the IVuver & Hi -n le railroad. A woman can always pot rid of a man by letting him sec her kiss her ! Jo?. but when a man wants to pet t rid of a woman he has to let some ether woman see him his? sonic other woman. 31 r 1 AI r r n a - ....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 25 May 1900

v x' ' . . . f KING DON: A STCRY Cf MILITARY Uli H IXMA. $ s t OY AAAVOR CIIAI'TKit VIII. rr: to aaswor!" Prince snofce those fateful "He is 1 As the voi!,i Lillie tarne, I and wo'iM hav flown to Don's side; hut at ;.ht of his fate .she stopped short, pu jvzrd with :mazement or fear or aniiLh. Which was it? Had she followed the first Impulse to fly to him and bes him to deny t tins vüe sian.ier. wnu ir.iai iudi, aa- . swer not nave mew: i;u ne saw ner V- .:: ..i -. r. n . - r H " t . I nuu,ur v,..ku . .a... h? .trude .orwanl, like a man who recklessly to meet it. rralizins there no fscjpe. "I have heard, and I will answer, deep, ru-a tone?. e spoke no other words of greeting to his untoward visitor. He looked neither at him nor his wife, but straight before him. as if he saw writlea there the srU-duiunclation he was fated to speak. "It is true that I was with Captain Derwent at the time of death; that in h moment of passion I had pointed ray revolver at hi3 breast; but, as heaven Js...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 25 May 1900

CI?e3nfcepenbent Friday, May 25, l'JOU. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Tuesday's Daily. Elkhart is to have a Sunday morning paper which will be issued from the Truth otlice. A. Ii. Dunfee and wife, of Tyner, were in town today on their way to Monroeville. AH should lend encouragement to the Fourth of July plans. Let us have an old-time celebration. Mrs.S. 11. Hichey, of Chicago, arrived last evening for a visit with Mrs. Davis, at the home of Dr. Urown. The highest-salaried artists in the circus profession are with .ohn Robinson's big circus this season. Mary and Maggie Oandy went to outh Bend this morning, which place they will make their future home. Prosecutor Slick, of South JJend, was defeated for re-nomination by the re publicans Saturday. Attorney (leltz got it. The dazzling brillianc) of Solomon's court, produced by many calcium and other effects, can only be seen at .lohn Robinson's great circus. Rev. Martin Luther, of Valparaiso, will be in Rourbon tomorrow, to install Rev. 11. W. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 1 June 1900

J Coinety edepeedeeto Ooonly Id"? J"189 PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1900. No. 25. Vol. G. PROFESSIONAL CURDS. - A. C. HOLTZENDORFF. X C. R HOLTZENDORPF. q Physicians and Surgeons. () () Ü O Corner Mlehiiraa and Jefferson streets. Night calls answered. MONEY AT SIX 60 TODAY IT COSTS YOU NOTHING IJ O to CALL o WRITE Vir 7 O O Ü O JOHN C. CAPRON, Packard Blk. q () ü o n Until June ist You can get One Do.. Tril- ( ) bys or Half Caltincrs tor () U o () C) Ü Cents Per Dozen. ROTZIEN OALLKUY. E Neat and Nobby. 3 I BERGMAN 1 THE TAILOR UPSTAIRS. COKHIN ULOCK. Honestly, we are not looking for transcient customers, except to convince them that it is to their interest to trade here always. I low do you feel about it? We positively welcome all reasonable complaints, as it is a pleasure to rectify them. Please remember this, if you have occasion to find fault with us. J. E. TURNER'S MEAT MARKET. SHOEMAKER'S RESTAURANT can always supply you with Fresh lireail, Cakes, Pies ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 1 June 1900

THE WEEKLY IHDEPEHDEHT. CL W. METSKER, Pub. and Prop. rLTMOTTTH, INDIANA. mMMJO CURRENT TOPICS t CANADA HELPS FISHERMEN. Canada has established refrigerators for the storage of fresh bait in cooperation with associations of fishermen along the coast. Complaint arises season after season that bait is scarce just when it is most urgently needed, yet such bait can, as a rule, be obtained in abundance early in the season when the men are not in need, of it. An appropriation of $25.000 has enabled the department of agriculture to remedy the difficulty. The dominion government assists the fishermen's bait association to the extent of f0 per tent of the cost of building the freezers and by the payment of a portion of the cost of operating the freezers. Each local association is required to receive, freeze and store for ach shareholder a quantity of bait up ro 4io pounds for each share held and to furnish it during the fishing season as it is needed. Each fisherman pays a nominal charge for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 1 June 1900

ft S TAIMAGE'S SERMON. REWARDS OF ENDEAVOR SUNDAY'S SUBJECT. From the Following Teit "I Have Finished the Work Which Thou (invest ile to Do" John XVII. 4 The Fruits of Well Woo Victory. Copyright, 130, by Louis Klopsen. There is a profound satisfaction in the completion of anything we havp undertaken. We lift the capstone with exultation, while, on the other hand, there is nothing more disappointing than aft?r having toiled in a certain direction to find that our time is wasted and our investment profitless. Christ came to throw tip a highway on which the whole world might, if it chose, mount into heaven. He did it. The foul mouthed crew who attempted to tread on him could not extinguish the sublime satisfaction which he oxpressed when he said. "I have finished the work which thou gavest me 10 do." Alexander the Great was wottnded. and the doctors eouM not medicate his wounds. and he seemed to dying.and in his dream tho sick man saw a plant with a peculiar tlower. and he dreamed tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 1 June 1900

Sg-r z$m Ü?e3nöepenbent CI-AY W. METSKEK, EDITOR AND PliOlMlIETOH. SUBSCRIPTION' PRICE. One Year. fl-EO dlx Months. - - .75 Three Months, cash. - .50 Par Codv. .03 Entered at the post office at Plymouth, Indiana as matter of the second class. Friday, June 1, 1100. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. For Uepreseutative, CLAY W. MKTSKEK. For 'treasurer, WILLIAM O KKKFE. For Sheriff. CLINTON r.ONIU KANT. For Recorder, L. ü. 1IAKLEY. For Surveyor. HAHUY K. CKUiE. For Assessor, WILLIAM T. LKONAKD. For Coroner, JAM KS II. K1ZEK. For Commissioner, First District. ilENKY L. .IAKKELL. For Commissioner, Third Iistrict. IIENKY SNYDER. For Councilman at Larye, CHKISTIAN FIS1IEK. For Councilman at Lare, WALTER KIMl'.LE. For Councilman at Large, MARION A. 15 LAND. For Coiincilman 1st District, HENRY MILLER. For Councilman '.'ml DUtrict. FERRY F. SARREK. For Councilman 3rd District, FRED Y. MONROE. For Councilman 4tli Distiict, LEYI ARTZ. DEMOCRATIC TOWNSHIP TICKET. For Trustee, COMMODORE F. JACKMAN. For As...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 1 June 1900

Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidnev Trouble. Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, discourages and lessens ambition: beauty, vigcr and cneerfulness soon disappear when the kidneys are out of order or diseased. Kidney trouble has become so prevalent that it is net uncommon i v . vi r lmiij i j L'r u ji u 'A VS aff!iCted with weak kid - ViVU)i- e's- H the child urin -Trr -d ates too cften. if the urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage, it is yet afflicted with bed-wetting, cepend upon it. the cause o the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the firs step should be towards the treatment o these important crgans. This unpleasan trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same great remedy The mild and the immediate effect o SwampRoot is soon realized. It is so...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 1 June 1900

ON' THE MIDWAY AT PAß Curious Side Sbows of M Great Exposition, witli a Bar Eyery Time Toy lorn Around. Paris Letter.) The Mi ivvav Plaisance is dead- live the Midway I'la'sanee! When the pagne. original stiegt of Cairo was in its hey- Now. speaking of champagne, this day the Paris life of amusement still is another feature of the present exdepended on the night. The Moulin 1 hihition the riotous omnipresence of House and the Cafe American were the heigh: of chic, an ! the gayety of the fair was o' he oM-style Frenchiuess. The bicycle, the automobile and the ijmw lij-,. t,f -sport" changed all that. a::d the Midway Plaisance of the exhibition Is strikingly different from the old street where the weird cadences of the ianse du ventre first burst upon the world. In the old Jardin e Paris tli' "tin de sie'-le dance." with Ravon d'Or. La Melenite. La Monie KYomage and La (Joulue. waved its lace-edged petticoats as the last gesture of the dying century. Helas! the !in d siec'.e dance its...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 1 June 1900

tvtwviUMtA. ........ DON: A STORY Of MlllIARr LITE 1.1 IflDU. i-ts. 4x ,4, UK , the horizon; then the gov faded, the fiery purple tints passed from cloud -BY VIAVOR ALLAN. ww w - , " -v'ViViWVVV)0 CHAPTER IX. i Continued j He fetched a tamp suool and placed it for her under the shelter of the mainsail, and she took it with a little tremulous word of thanks. She did not yegi him to sit by her. as once she would so naturally have done, and apparently Don dreaded a tete-a-tete likewise, for he made no offer to do SO. "Are you a good sailor?" he asked presently, stopping before her in his frfcort walk to and fro. "Yes. I think so at least. I stood the passage out very well." "The eaptain is rather afraid we are In for rough seas. There's too much wind, and he fears a storm before J sky hung like a black pall. Don spoke morning." again, and now more tenderness had "I don't think I dread it much, so i crept into his voice. Ions as there is no lightning or thun- "I wish for your sake the s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 1 June 1900

0?e 3nbepenbent Fhiday, Junk 1, lfJOO. LOCAL BREVITIESFrom Tuesday's Daily. There is talk of a new democratic paper at South Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Jehn Wilson are the parents of a new eirl baby. Miss Honor l'arks baa been on the Bick list for the past few davs. Decoration day services were held at the Toplar Grove cemetery today. Bert Wolf has severed his connection with J. W. Ileaa's Drug store and gone to South Bend to take a similar position. Mero, the Laporte race horse brought here on several occasions is racing at Baltimore. Took third money in two races. Mr. and Mrs. William Sanders, of Marion, O., spent a few days with Mrs. S. W. Jacoby on their return from Salt Lake City. Bertha Gaskill and Florence Metheny of Bourbon, passed through Plymouth today on their return home from Frankfort, where they had been visiting. E. A. Rankin, who has been employed in Bunnell's furniture store for several weeks, went to his home in Greensburg this morning. Floyd will take his place in the sto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 8 June 1900

lodep Vol. 6. PLYMOUTH, MARSHA, L COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1900. No. 2G. Marsha Coiraty PROFESSIONAL CARDS. A. C. HOLTZENDORFF. C. F. HOLTZENDORFF. Physicians and Surgeons. Corn r MHiiiran ami Jefferson streets. N'hdit calls answered. MONEY AT SIX! 6 TODAY 6 IT COSTS TOO NOTHING O to CALL on WRITE o JOHN C. CAPRON, Packard Blk. Until June ist You can get One Do. Trilbys or I liilf Cabinets for Cents Per Dozen. ROTZIEN GALLED'. xi I guarantee ray work and furnish a SPLENDID ASSORTMENT. Neat and Nobby. 3 .3 : Never a better line g: of real good ones. 3 : Never a better line 3 : of modern priced ones 3 SEE Never a better line of low priced ones. 2 y Fit and Workmanship Guaranteed. I BERGMAN 1 THE TAILOR UPSTAIRS. CORBIN BLOCK. Honestly, we are not looking for transcient customers, except to convince them that it is to their interest to trade here always. How do yon feel about it? We positively welcome all reasonable complaints, as it is a pleasure to rectify them. Please rememb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 8 June 1900

THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. a W. METSKER, Pub. and Prop. FLTMOTJTH. - INDIANA. CURRENT TOPICS t t 2 TAKING Tili: CENSUS. The object of the federal censu3 now being taken are of three kinds: To furnish a basis for the apportionment of representatives in the lower house of congress: to ascertain the growth of the United States In numbers, wealth and industry, and to investigate the social organizations and institutions which determine the growth of population and wealth. The first is a constitutional necessity, the second a study of facts, and the third a study of causes. Probably no social institution Is so intimately connected with the growth of population as that of marriage. Investigating material conditions the law requires about each person a statement whether he or she is s:'ngle, married, widowed, or divorced; If married, how many years the marriage ras lasted; if mother, how many children she- has had, and how many of these children are now living. From the answers to the questio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 8 June 1900

TA LH AGE'S SERMON. COMMON DUTIES AND REWARD THE SUBJECT .4lirvsnel to the Toiler and Strutrs,ers on I.lfV Difficult lliipiuiiy Heroes and Heroine of Otir Times The Heroe nf Hrnven. Copyright. 1D00, by Louis Klorsch. Text, U Timothy ii, 3, "Thou therefore endure hardness." Historians are not slow to acknowledge the mer?ts of great military chieftains. We have the full length portraits of the Cromwells. the Washington?, the Napoleons and the Wellingtons of the world. History is not written in black ink, but red ink of numan blood. Tili! goüs of human ambition do not drink from bowls made out of silver or goM or precious fcton-'s. but out of the bleached skulls of th? fallen But I am now to unroll before yen a scroll of heroes that the world ha? never acknowledged those who faced no Runs, blew no bugle bla-t. conquered no cities, chained no captives to their chariot wheels and yet in the great day of eternity will stand higher than some of those whose names startled the nations, and s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 8 June 1900

WW f (El?eI3nbcpenbcnt CLAY Y. MKTSKEK, EDITOR AND lMtOl'KIETOIl. SUBSCRIPTION' PRICE. On Year. Si. 50 Six Months. - - ."5 Three Months, cash, - .bo Per Copy, -03 Entered at the post offloe at Plymouth. Indiana as matter of the second class. Fhi day, June 8, 1900. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. For Representative, CLAY W. MKTSKEK. For I reasurer, WILLIAM O'KEEFK. For Sheriff. CLINTON l.ONIU'l.ANT. For Recorder, L. G. MAULEY. For Surveyor. 1IA1.KY E. C.Ki r.E. For Assessor, WILLIAM T. LEONARD. For Coroner, JAMES II. KIZEK. For Comi lissl.-ner. First district. 1IENKY L. JAR KELL. For Commissioner, Third District, HENRY SNYDER. For Councilman at Large, CHRISTIAN FISHER. For Councilman at Large, WALTER KIM RLE. For Councilman at Large, MARION A. BLAND. For Councilman 1st District. HENRY MILLER. For Councilman 2nd District. PERRY F. SARRER. For Councilman 3rd District, FRED V. MONROE. For Councilman 4tli District, LEVI ARTZ. DEMOCRATIC TOWNSHIP TICKET. For Trustee, COMMODORE P. JACK MAN. For ...

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