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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - June 16, 1920, Barton, VermontOrleans county Monitor vol 50-no. 24barton, Vermont wednesday june 16, 1920 single copies 5 cents. Advt Tising to Nihil Erthus it Iii Friola t i. Cash a a a v. A. Kerr or a t Shah to Ftp tire for Sale j or str Cood Man for Hay r a . 24tf c 11 of three fourths Inch Star Creamery i top Crivici Quot a Pamon jr., and Register r. ,v2r. 20tf Sale new lot just a of ethene. Ralph Ham it. Tt>1.213-3. 22tf of Durham of a. L. Bick 23-24p a Sutra in a e. L. Clark 23-24 Cale Pur 3- cale�?300 cords of Wood a of it dry. Tel. 128-12. Orleans. Lotf a Quot Utt r i o a pounds of a Quot a hav. F. A. Hunt bar in a ale one Deering mowing nearly new. E. D. Clark a phone 111-3 24-25p a ale four registered Jer a bulls. Zina Ducharme 24-25p i for Sale new lot just and see them. Ralph Ham it it. Tel. 213-3. It Mosler Safe in condition. Will sell or sex for smaller Safe. Weight mrs. Liila Dow Glover. 19tf county sunday schools meet tuesday. The annual Orleans county sunday be held at North Craftsbury tuesday june 22 in the congregational Church. This is a Day Light convention. The morning session will begin pro Puy at ten thirty of clock and the afternoon session will adjourn As promptly at four o clock. This is a serious Effort to convenience every possible sunday school worker in the county. The program follows 10.30 devotional service Rev w e Craig Albany. 10.45 statement of purpose. County president j. C. Carpenter Irasburg. Mor-1 11-00 religious education a Temperance Wallace h. Gilpin Barton a missions mrs. C. J. Peterson North Craftsbury a our whole Standard w. B. Glynn pres it. S. S. Assoc can. 11.45 Lily vacation Bible school. Rev. C. E. Hayward North Troy. Appointment of committees on resolutions. 12.00 dinner. Afternoon 1.30 Praise service. Rev. C. E. Southard. 1.45 business. Facts and figures of the year o. L. Locke treas., mrs. E. S. Kelley Sec. 1.55 taking our Job seriously. Rev. T. Coontz Newport. 2.15 cooperation of the borne. Rev. O. B. Wells Craftsbury. 2.40 opening worship in the school. Rev. B. Rankin Newport. 2.55 making the lesson interesting mrs. J. A. Kendrick East Craftsbury. 3.10 securing teachers a. G. Owen Barton. 3.30 our whole task g. Ernest Robbins Gen. Sec. It. S. S. Assoc a. Every sunday school worker in Orleans county is a Delegate without election to this convention. To avoid the High Cost of travel organize Auto parties hiking parties horse and buggy parties and every body ought to come parties. Done to leave any sunday school worker at Home. Baseball. Game was really decided in the a Firat and list in to Shin hi&Quot/5 a Kravac a Saint but Ball be sure was"ffret1va <0 1 00020 0-7 Barton 0 0 0 0 1 0 n i Barton 00000102 3�?6 Orleans oooo lol 0�?2 g5lta"nd"ifsretr lie playe Taylor was unable to re farm Bureau executive committee meeting. The executive committee of the Orleans county farm Bureau held an important meeting at Irasburg the Day of the Exchange meeting and completed plans for the membership drive next week. In order to raise the $2000 Nece Sarry to finance the work properly it was decided to As sign definite i Jonas for each Community. The following Are the quotas As finally adopted Albany $40 Greensboro fourteen get diplomas graduation exercises class Day and alumni banquet Complete 1920 commencement 40 30 140 100 80 60 Sale a Complete outside equipment Pood As new. Up to Mensior ladders swing ladder or and slatted ropes blocks i Zocki. P. A. Goad Barton. 24-25p ios s.ale�?12 horse Power ols nearly new with trucks also 1 k blocks for 1 Inch rope 75 be. Price right. Edward s. 23tf Sale registered Guernsey year old. All right and j handle. Can furnish reels re a to buyer. Maude Vance Thone 12-13 Albany. 2w Fine Holstein Helio months old also two Guem and a Shire Bull. All Fine for Farmers to raise. B. Irasburg. To a two Story House a of arge Garden place for a Ciyi All in Good shape near cd Peerless. Mrs. E. C. 7 Barton. 22-24p Lyn Donvil played at Newport sturday Taylor was unable Frame 8 to 2. The Barton Academy team closed win Over j at Newport. Ray Smith broke up the Long game al Orr that ored two runs. A Morrisville comes Here to Plav to team fully As Strong As that of last year. Barton is going to have a team that will win its share of games and it is time for All the fans to get Back of it and push. Metli Odist episcopal Church notes Rev. M. A. Turner pastor the Junior league and the Kings heralds will have Union service once so. Albany a. Albany Barton Orleans Brownington Island Pond Coventry 80 Craftsbury 140 Charleston e. 30 Charleston w. 50 Derby 120 Glover 70 total Holland Irasburg Jay Lowell Morgan Newport Newport ctr 100 Westfield 60 no. Troy Troy Westmore w. Glover $100 50 100 30 60 60 200 70 40 70 $2000 it was also voted to award a Banner to each Community that reached its quota. In order to reach the amount needed everyone should be ready to Hel done to wait for the canvasser to visit Hunt him up and save him his you. Time. Orleans county draft dodgers. The round up of alleged evaders of the selective draft act which is being conducted in Orleans county in connection with the nation wide Campaign has resulted in the apprehension and arrest of two slackers one of whom is now in jail. The other is out on bail. Frank Arseneau of each month until further a a Tice be a in Pond who fail to i be out Ning sunday june 20th, at 4 p m questionnaire was in into Cus Aii officers of each organization please be present As necessary business must w a appearance in u. S. Court at Windsor miscellaneous notice jul not take Stock monday june 21. Dodge Orleans. In Farmers notice will not buy Stock monday june 21. W. E. Hanson Barton. In Cash paid for furs hides and junk. Telephone 68-11. Daniel Zabawsky. Barton. 9tf notice have purchased a tick and am now prepared to do All kinds of moving and Job work. E. D. Alger Barton. 22-24 at your services Percheron stallion supreme 133559. At my Farlance a Mill mondays. Elm l. I Graves. 22tf or rent my build 1 0 Glover Village known As the a Ltd Ippu a with electric closet and Spring water room. C. Kimball notice to sugar makers i am in a position to buy your sugar either in syrup or packages. Barrels furnished if desired. Prices guard teed. J. F. Batchelder Barton. 8tf 20tf Chevrolet run a Jal condition. Also one Blais with Chuck Cen so port tools Etc. P. W. Law of Lirly Birtty acre Fani a i �?�1 i Quot d xxx lures sugar tools and is. Stock and tools of Arthur Curtis in about three r. R. Sid North of Newport. $8.50 Guy Cour 7tf touring Rith starter 2 to Btu these cars a a Tion As they Jason Newport. 16tf Sale insurance and real estate beat Stock and Mutual companies. Surety Bonds All kinds of Vil be real estate one having vilage real estate they wish to sell can f. W. Baldwin. Barton. 39tf wanted poultry. Elrick 18tf wanted live Larton. Wanted at a once land woman work a done by Mach no Valley Onse. Orleans. Be attended to. Barton local notes r. P. Webster is in Boston on business. Rev. A. B. Blake has been quite ill the past week. Leslie Elliott has been in town several Days the past week. Mrs. Inez Bona entertained her brother a few Days recently. Addison Smith has been spending several Days at his Home Here. Charles Wilkie spent saturday and sunday at his Home in Newport. Mrs. Vercoe a millinery discount Sale continued. And. Miss Kathryn Wilcox of Morrisville is visiting her aunt. Miss Lydia col bum. Mrs. Cora Wakeman attended the commencement events in Newport last week. Or. And mrs. D. P. Mclellan of St. Johnsbury were recent visitors at John Mclellant a. Mrs. Charles s. Hale of Lyndonville spent a few Days at the Brown farm last week. E. E. Flanders has been moving his family to their new Home in Newport this week. C. Willard is making extensive repairs and alterations on his House on High Street. T. Seaver was in Burlington last week to attend the functions of masonic grand Lodge. J. P. Urie has been spending several Days with his sister mrs. D. A. Gil Mour in Townsend mass. Hi., Yearance at the present term. Oral Langmaid of Holland who failed to appear for physical examination when called by the draft Board is confined in the new seavers Hall was Well filled thursday evening to listen to the graduation exercises the new Harmony orchestra furnishing very acceptable music during the program As Well As for the dance following to which a Large number remained. Rev. Turner offered prayer and the Salut Atory and an essay were by miss Marion Seavey who welcomed All to their commencement and paid fitting appreciation to the help of teachers school Board and towns peo 61e, who had Given help and courage or essay depicted the change in the Mode of travel from the stage coach Days of 1800 to the fast and comfortable trains of today and prophesied the common use of air travel in 20< v. The valedictory was by miss Ada Drew and she gave an essay on Edu cation comparing the past with the modern showing How past instruction tended More to academic and classical while the system of today tries to train its Young men and women for citizenship. Rev. George a. Martin of St. Johnsbury made the commencement address which was a Strong Appeal for the Well rounded life in which Liberty education and religion found their proper balance. He said a ship might be driven far from its course during a great storm but when it was Over the Mariner took his latitude and his Longitude and found How far he had been driven from his course that he might gain the port and that As a nation we had been driven far from our course during the War and it was time for us to take Stock of ourselves and see where we were that the passengers on this ship of state might find Refuge. He pictures the great natural resources of the nation and stated ,. I that with a love for our Constitution port jail to await his hearing for the the fundamentals of our government reason that he was unable to furnish there should grow up a nation pre the necessary bail. Meeting of methodist missionary societies. A group meeting of the Home and foreign missionary societies of the met Leodist Church will be held in Orleans Friday june 18, beginning at 10.30 in the Forenoon and continuing through the afternoon and evening. Addresses will be Given both afternoon and evening by miss Mae Smith deaconess of Portain Tith n. H., representing the Home work and by mrs. E. B. Ferris of Springfield mass., one of the Jubilee secretaries representing the foreign work. Basket lunch at noon. Hot Coffee will be furnished by the Orleans ladies. The ladles will serve supper at the Church at a moderate Price. Pomona meets at Albany. \ Prospect Pomona Grange. No. 26, will meet with Maple Valley Grange Albany june 24. Plans Are being made for working the 5th degree. A the members Are urged to be present. County reunion of the g. A. R. The annual meeting of the Orleans county veterans association was held in Irasburg monday Flag Day. The meeting was presided Over by Albert Webster of Barton president of the association. Or Webster was reelected president o. P. Dunham of Orleans was made vice president and e. G. Colliston of Barton was reelected Secretary and Treasury. The next meeting will be held at Orlean Murray Mcfarland 9/, i Twety comrades of the g. A. Is spend nor a week with his parents 3 a Fie dinner Sei de Tutere should grow up a nation pre eminent for All time. Education is another Corner Stone of our nation and in the last analysis consists in finding for the Young person something he likes to do and then setting him to doing that thing. The goal in education is to make oneself useful. Ideals live not material things said or. Martin. But without religion the speaker said the individual nor the nation was Complete and without it we could not make Good. In presenting the diplomas Prin. Merrill referred to the unfortunate condition which brought but three boys to graduation while there were 11 girls in the class. He said b. A. Had lost 14 boys during the past year and this condition was not alone a condition Here but one confronting the country because of the financial attractions offered by Industry. Congregationalism meet at Island Pond one of the Best attended and most enjoyable meetings of the Orleans association of congregational churches held in recent years was held Friday at Island Pond. The general theme of the convention was a this county of the meeting was called to order by the registrar Rev. Robert Lawton of Island Pond at 10.30 of clock in the Forenoon. Devotional services were conducted by or. Lawton Rev. L. A. Edwards of Newport offering prayer. Rev. L. A. Edwards was elected Moderator and Rev. R. A. Hamilton of Orleans scribe. The Roll of the churches was called and ten were found to be represented by either pastor or delegates. The registrar read the records of the last meeting. The pastor of the Church made a Brief and. Dress of Welcome to which the Moderator responded. O. W. Locke Rev. G. L. Stacey and l. A. Porter were appointed a committee on business and Rev. C. J. Peterson Arthur Kidder and Rev. C. E. Southard were appointed a committee on appointments. Rev. R. A. Hamilton of Orleans read a Strong paper on a the congregational for Christian izing this this was followed by an address on a the relation of the stronger churches to the weaker by Rev. L. A. Edwards after which adjournment was taken for dinner. Following a most Bountiful dinner served by the ladies of the Island Pond Church the afternoon services were opened with a devotional period led by Rev. C. J. Peterson of North Craftsbury followed by a report of the registrar and treasurer. These reports showed a splendid spirit among the churches and indicate a Stron aggressiveness in the future. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson of Barton spoke upon the subject of a practical program for the services and activities of the Church in which he emphasized a team work by pastor and people and the need for common sense in our work. The association Sermon by the Rev. F. E. Davison of Derby was an especially Strong Sermon. He spoke especially of the transforming Power of vision and dwelt upon the vision of god of sin of cleansing and of service. Following the Sermon revs. Peterson and Southard conducted a communion service and the members of the Council adjourned to the parsonage for a business session while the ladies missionary society held their meeting in the Quot Church. The evening service opened with a devotional period led by Rev. Or. Southard. The Church Cluj or led in the singing and mrs. C. A. Jefts rendered a Solo. John x. Miller of South India spoke upon the relation of this county to the world wide Mission Field. He told very vividly of conditions in India China Japan and Korea but especially of India. He said that half of the people of the Earth live in India China Farmers Exchange meeting. The annual meeting of the Orleans county Farmers cooperative Exchange was held at Irasburg june a h both Forenoon and afternoon sessions. There was a very Good attendance although Many were kept at Home on account of the seasons work. During the Forenoon session the reports of the officers were heard. W. Shaw of Newport the manager reported $91,961 business for the year and that with the exception of feed every line showed an increase Over last year. Practically no feed has been handled for three months on account of the Railroad situation and consequently the total volume of business for the year was less than that of last year. C. W. Richmond the clerk in his report stated however that the Outlook for the work of the exc Banee was never better than at present. In these Days when every part of society 18 apparently trying to get All it can. Such an organization As this can be of assistance to the Farmer in working toward a real adjustment. Today it has Over 600 members and its real strength lies in the Loyal support of these members. The work of the manager has been made extremely difficult at times by the limited amount of capital and after considerable discussion it was voted to instruct the directors to Seh al the unsold Stock and to Issue More As they see fit. Upon the report of the nomination committee the following Nien were elected directors of the Exchange for the coming year j. H Bartlett. Orleans c. M. Borland. We Glover a. M. Clough Irasburg e. A. Dutton Craftsbury c. W. Richmond. Newport e. S. Kelley Brownington j. A. Griggs North Troy. In the afternoon session Howard w. Belby manager of the Eastern states Farmers Exchange of Springfield. Mass., spoke on the work he represents. He briefly outlined the difficulties caused by storms embargoes spikes Lack of freight cars and crippled equipment which made the Fermi her which was due in january arrive in May almost too late for use. In View of these difficulties he advised forwarding All orders at least three or four a otitis a needed. Is in Advance of the Tii v in 1 4.1 a in in a cart live in nuut Venina Floyd Taylor lived the $100 and that India and China scholarship in the University of ver narc Tiralli Nao an Mont for the to and Ada Drew a q. C. In Grill of Burlington like scholarship for the girls. The Hall was very tastefully decorated. Wanted�?15 Peel Spruce pulp. Henry Brooks a men to Cut and f. R. Hasti Arton. Wanted girl or nor counter and table work at one. Mandy cafe. Barton. _ Ervah amp Workins Newport. Wanted to rent a Willoughby Lake for by g ascription and once. Box 67, Lra j15-cow h advantage it Ephone r. F. S tools Nile. Farmer Box 51, a 23-24p a a yes rent farm a Apple or House on bar a a Oie Road. Good also 180 barn a Ture. J. M. ___16tf acres All k 50 cot a a Pic of a h of present 39 a it Ilch co registered hol-�0 three horses a machine diameter with 13 rooms House Ain water ___23-26p found Shepherd Lepearles Norton Wil-22-24p och come 16tf wanted fresh eggs and to wanted calf pm std sous and horse his also All i. Solomon water St., a phones. Wanted�?useer�ija4 of one. Must be full charge of House. Good no c. Elliott help want Oft -�4 pay 16 $2.30 per Day. Gat 5.18, one hour out for pm Urdas Mill closes at 12 a above who has work a As a or. And mrs. C. My Faviana. Misses Hazel Heath and nue Kennison of Irasburg spent part of commencement week m town. C. I. Morse Wui hold in Aucon Sale of furniture at his Home on water Street saturday afternoon. Mrs. Della Willson and mrs. Lucretia Alexander Are spending the we a with friends in Passumpsic. Mrs r. D Merrill who is visit my wry Lucy p. Dantagnan of new time. So Kisr rss been. Grandparents Brooks. Mrs Thomas Colburn and a Fisl Sion a of Albany was a Tondu the commence ment events. Air a in cd Kobe tr.? to St. Johnsbury saturday returning sunday. Sud a a Cairn the w. C. T. U. Of Irasburg. Be members of the families the g. A. R. There were present 14 world War veterans under the command of first Lieut. Alexander the afternoon program consisted of Gay the Orleans drum corps prayer by Rev. E. T. Wood words of selections b prayer by 1----�?. Welcome by judge ars and a response by sex gov. Josiah Grout of Ner my by the Church choir and be Ort in his usual felicitous a the Reading a Sheri a s ride by miss Marion Sears. There was also a Reading by master James Knapp which received get applause and a selection by the band. Mrs. C. A. Sleeper told the Story of the Flag what it meant and what its few in her usual pleasing manner. Comrade Mcgoff did much to make the program what it was. After the program there was Cann Nading and hot skirmishing on Irasburg common in which All the old veterans and the Modera dough Ikis t i k part. Only a few were wounded and they slightly being Able to return Home to pronounce to Day one of the Best Ever enjoyed by the association. Harmony Pomona Grange at Greensboro. Saturday june 12t�. The members of Harmony Pomona Grange were the quests of Hazen pompom Grange at the Hall of Caspian Lake Grange about 150 members of the order were present in the afternoon to a the Twenty fourth annual banquet of the alumni association of Barton Academy was held at hotel Barton Friday evening june 11. Mrs. Ruth Webster miss Mclellan and mrs. Merrill had charge of the decorations and the dining room was most attractive with its artistic trimmings and nicely Laid tables. Or. Richard violin and miss Willson at the piano furnished music during the evening. At 9 of clock 100 members of the alumni and their guests marched to the dining room and enjoyed a most appetizing banquet. Bruce Buchan an Lor asted As toastmaster in a most pleasing manner. Two songs interspersed the toasts. Prin. R. D. Merrill Sang a the song of the sword a and miss Marion Redfield �?T07, Sang a the Kerry both songs were much enjoyed. Miss aft Ian l. Scott president pro Tern presided at the business meeting. Mrs. R. Cutler presented the school with a picture of j. Graham first principle of Barton High school. Miss a Scott �?T10, was elected president Franz a. Hunt �?T07, vice president mrs. Mae r. Batchelder 88, Secretary and treasurer. Committee to investigate the remodelling of the building containing alumni Hall Prin. R. D. Merrill a. W. Buswell �?T00, mrs. John Campbell �?T10, f. D. Pierce �?T00, and c. S. Webster �?T96. Gave an address upon the Fellowship of the county with the state and the need of closer relations in the congregational denomination. M. M. Taplin of Orleans spoke briefly upon the recent world movement drive in the county stating that every Church except Coventry reached or passed its quota and the county a apportionment was Over subscribed. The conference voted to hold a county congregational picnic or Chautauqua Day later in the season and Wallace h. Gilpin of Barton was appointed chairman of a committee to make arrangements for such an event. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson of Barton was elected to preach the conference Sermon next year. He declared that we Are reaching a new Normal and that the prices of farm produce must Rise to the new Normal. Until that time the farm business is unstable and it is going to be extremely hard for the Farmer to survive the changing times though he thought that the better times coning would fully pay those who could weather the changes. The $92,000 business of the last year does not represent the full value of the Exchange declared or. Selby As every Farmer whether a member of it or not is indebted to the Exchange for actual savings while the benefits derived from working together Are becoming increasingly evident. In conclusion by using a few illustrations of work actually accomplished or. Selby drove Home the lesson that it is dangerous for the Farmers by cooperating to to get All they can from the Market. The Farmers must to show the consumer that they Are in sympathy with him even though the consumer has often failed to meet the Farmer half Way. The speaker declared there is nothing in common Between the exchanges and organized labor but that each must be willing to Grant the other better conditions without trying to gain All the advantages for themselves. With these principles guiding them he looks for a great future for the exchanges to Market farm products As Well As in purchasing supplies. Class Day exercises were held on the school Lawn wednesday afternoon june 9, the weather being Ideal and the exercises unusually Good and Well attended. The following pro Gram was carried out invocation Rev. M. A. Turner. Class history Frances Willard. Class prophecy Mary Shedd. Prophecy of the Prophet Raih Mcgorty. Presentation of gifts Isabel Young. Congregational Church notes. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson pastor sunday june 20. a. M. Worship and Praise service. Subject a being we will also have a Short talk to the Junior congregation on a flying a 11.45, sunday school. 7.00 p. M. Song service and Short Sermon. 7.30 thursday evening prayer meeting and Bible study. Children s Day at the Church. The children a Day exercises of the Junior department of the sunday school took place sunday morning at 11 of clock As a part of the regular Church service. Several children who were to have taken part in the exercises were unable to be present on account of illness. Following is the program in which about 25 children took part processional song a Happy hearts a entire school recitation a a greeting a Ruth Erwin exercise a what they say a miss Scott a class song a we Are Little gleaners a backs sounding Ana ask j p. Urie. Priv ii Plse work. Same hours a _ a. Larabee has returned and Bonus As paid and mrs d to women. Pay mrs. A. Narh left p depends on a Mas a Ltd sir a a Tion he is �?�4 Fis Tail and is Josne of her parents. Leans. Re Frcho co. Continued on Page eight. To rent re Jrex 5s&Quot"vf Wixner la Street Barton. Presentation of gift to miss Young last will and testament Floyd pay memories a Ruth Erwin son Taylor. A a Jun Hume a girls of classes four and a the excellent program arranged presentation of the key of knowl a a a r i s so Quot in Ora be hard Nick last a a Bire tors revise Premium Listo lust rated the talk by the use of can tiled Wick Walden Danville Cabot i. At a recent meeting of the directors 4ire. Cna a a a Isritz Sells a Given the Buijs Ute a we a re ssh a a no a a. Up to l a it a1s�?~.trsfet�?ofren.�?otl�h e was carried out song citation believing that it should enc our department for the pro am Primey of Morri Shiue a age the raising of blooded Stock. New and Wor a kit a a a a resident of Greensboro and a classes were added and considerable her teachers. A a tent risen for Many years and i Progress made toward definite plans j the decorations were be by the Oriel a master p. N. Auen for the next fair which comes sep i children direct miss Willson Page. Thre 8 and 9. And orc re vary fret the. Only $200 More needed for work. The figure for the boys and girl club work Leader in Orleans county is now Over $1400 and if $200 More can be secured soon the Orleans t unlit farm Bureau will feel justified la going ahead even though the amount is somewhat below the $2000 asked for. The Leader will have to do without some equipment which would mean More work and greater efficiency but which is not considered essential there can be Little doubt about the Success of the plan now but should there for any reason be a failure Upo the part of the farm Bureau to hire a Leader and use the Money for the purpose for which this paper has helped secure this Money it will be refunded. Every Dollar paid in is in the Bank in a special account and the books will be audited soon by representatives of the farm Bureau. The time and Chance for getting into this list of men women children and business concerns who have helped in one of the most worthy and useful works Ever devised is fast passing. The Opportunity will not be kept open much longer. Here is How the matter now stands $1382.0 10.00 3.00 10.00 5.00 1.00 2.00 3.00 1.00 4.00 previously acknowledged fortnightly club Newport county w. C. T. U. E. W. Barron co., Barton Lowell Grange mrs. J. R. Colliston. Barton Geo. Burroughs Orleans r. D. Howard Findlay n. Craftsbury e. L. Alexander. Glover a Friend no. Craftsbury $1421.60 Sweet candidate for assistant judge. After due consideration of the urgent request and advice of Ray friends among them some of the Best attorneys of Orleans county 1 have decided to become a candidate for ass Lant judge of this county at the september primary and respectfully solicit your votes. Yours truly a. P. Sweet. Lower it june 6. 1920

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