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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 29 March 1912

i h i v 1 iwara J V t v nfAjfir I NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS Ohio has i22B798 school yout botwccn tho ages of 6 and 21 year Boys and girls enjoyed tho fine coasting Sundays snow afforded Mon day morning Potatoes woro bringing 105 at Atwator lost week tho highest price In years Mrs Josslo Fonton has purchased a farm of 100 acres in Jackson town chip of X C McCorkle Considera tion 1 0200 Mrs Elizabeth French aged 79 died of paralysis last Saturday at tho homo of her daughter MrB Mary Fen ton at Leavittsburg D J3 Bingham formerly of Can field and Ellsworth has removed from Minerva where ho resided eoveral years to Mt Glload O Dealers tho state over have been warned against selllnn bad eggs un der penalty of prosecution To avoid All possibility of getting mixed up with tho law It is urged that dealers candle all eggs bought and sold The Mens Club of the Warren Presbytorlan church in appreciation of the excellent work being done In the church y the pastor Itev F P Rein bold a few days since prese...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 5 April 1912

ii i ra t t J IBli t 9 i raw B lm i i iini na - - ijiiiaa27 Earn s sm L V M J r fis i6i i1 iTiS m - ilSu - y -I y rWrW f rrm8sl00aar TOL XXXVI I 1 r U - T printing nCBtBTMrNrf W - oun job s equipped modern typo faces and machinery and our printers know now totisoamo to produce pleasing results A trial order la WASHINGTONVIIXE 10CAL QLBANINQS By Peter M Herold So Teddys hat la In tho ring tho hat of notoriety Twas chubked thofoln a week ago regardless of propriety And from now on until tho end with wondorful velocity Woll soo him1 explanatlonlng with his pld tlmo voracity For Teddys In tho raco lids gunning for tho place And by tho word consecutlvo has stirred our curiosity Woro you Atril tooled Mondny EaMor millinery will bo displayed next Sunday - The old tlmo dailco last Saturday night was fairly -well attended Union suuriso prnyon meeting at tho Lutheran church next Sunday morn ing Miss Myrtle Baher hds auit Calla and 1b working for tho Crescent poo lov Next Sunday will bo Easter...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 5 April 1912

c ttii i V- S tt V V rrti i1 i mp I kvv tt jE P The Geo L Fordyce Co Youngstown Ohio 4000Tallored Suits 15 Modol Suits of tho bottor class hlghor grado materials than nro usually obtained In Suits of this character no two Suits are tho same Priced at 4000 each Now collars lapels Httlo touches of trimming that glvo them Btylo nnd character 3O003500 and 3750iSuits Probably ho best selection of Suits In this city stylo features that aro shown In these not shown elsowhere Effectlvo trimming and work manship of tho highest order tho modols shown this week aro characteristic of tho mer chandise that will bo shown In this suit department 2500 Tailored Suits Better Suits obtainable here at this price than ever before the selections arc unlimited as to col or range size and style Plain soverely tailored Suits and trimmed models late stylo novations In Jackets and Skirts best of tailoring and handsome linings NORTH LIMA April 3 James Wilson and daugh ter Efflo left Tuesday evening for Califor...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 5 April 1912

r d m f 4 ir - R9E2i32EE3AiiiBS3ESEiBiflE259 home happenings rnM5nt5r oachorB examination In umflold on Saturday thTSi ioady to elvo tho assessor hin id hantL Ho w t8ln making rounds next Monday ji1 s 8mo winter sure enough wat freezes tho ground to a dopth more than threo loot K5old frond 6n patron N S unrelgh of Qroen township has our wanks for a now subscriber fCi l1 Daughters class of th0 dini church was cntortalned at Dinner Monday by tholr teachorMrs A Huxsaw Rrn Tuesday evening Mlsa Ethel fmory PoaBantly entertained Broad street her hm n m ireval candidates will bo init ialed into tho mysteries of Odd Fel lowship by Ganfleld lodge next Wed nesday night It was neceBsary to bring out tho wow plow Wednesday morning to clean tho sidewalks let us hope for wo last tlmo this season Council mot Monday night and OSCUSSed BOVeml mftttorn hut ntmnt tno only business transacted was tho uj ue pay orainance -Teachers and pupils of tho Nor mal collogo and public schools are enjoying vacatio...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 5 April 1912

n I r w ijV -- l Ul f V m trs Brtt v 6as3 V sirIrtit r siHwgacMm US IT IS SEEN IN OHIO gural statement that 90 por cent of school girts wore immoral Superin tendent ot Schools Folton lias boon Busponded Flndlay Mr and Mrs Herman Stlgman arc happy In tho thought tht they ftro the parents ot Iholr fit teonth child Fourtoen ot tho num ber tiro at homo Akron L It Frooman sixty three years old of Cuyahoga Falls was killed by a trolley car as ho was gathering up his papers for delivery Freeman had boon news agent at tho Falls for thirty years Fremont Tho clothing of Lottlo Perry caught flro while she was playing with hor broth ers near a stove and sho was burned to death Dayton James B Phelps 70 years old was fatally injured when ho stopped in front of northbound C H D pasjenger train No 6 on which ho had run for many years as railway mall clerk His left log was cut oft and his right toot injured Cincinnati Chief ot Police Wil liam Jackson a hold over official from tho last administration...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 5 April 1912

K rife Nfe f 1 frftVd VHfl HOtBD fV rv cm YAjr Tit Jfe - iwx swLMVtSS CTgTTTC Tff T HI fIMHMW LOCAL NEWS ITEMS Gathored In Town County and Neighborhood -A now Methodist church is to bo fcuilt at Winona next summer Accused senators in Ohio find it easier td got mistrial than an ac qulttal 4 Now mapl6 syrup sells at 125 a gallon in Warren while in Youngs town tho flguro is from 140 to 150 per The remains of tho lato Judge Ezra B Taylor have been placed in tho mausoleum in the Warren ceme tory J L Dickson of Leetonla aged CO has been adjudged insane and placed in tho Masslllon stato hos pital On every pago of todays Dis patch will bo found local matter of interest Wo aim to make one page of tho paper as good as another Navlgatldn openedyon tho Great Lakes Monday the season being sev eral weeks later than usual fLlfo saving crews also resumed their work Monday Jury In the case of Senator Huff man tried on charge of bribery at -Columbus last week disagreed His second trial iwill probably...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 5 April 1912

Ft TA M I pvr JilW M7 gt hm Jisrt MftUED WEEKLY C FOWLER H UAKFDSLD TELEPHONE NO 48 Editor OHIO Term of Subscription o Tear L69 JHx Moatha 60 jVbre Months 2B JHnglo Copy 03 Canadian subscriptions 150 Special Notice Obituary Notices Resolutions of Re poet Cards ot Thanks and notices of church and charitable entertain jeeats and tho lllfo whoro an admto jtfon fee la charged will ibe charged for at tne rate of one half cent a woru sTfcoe must bo paid for In adTsnce or charged to responsible parties order- la the name FRIDAY APRILi 5 1912 In Ohio there will bo nothing to It but Taft and Harmon Unfortunate ly however Ohio does not have en tire say as to who shall be handed pres idential nominations Fourteen thousand carpenters aro on a strike In Chicago That number of carpenters quitting their jobs in Canflvld tyould cause almost complete suspension of building operations The ticket voted at the primaries in New York last week was fourteen feet long And tho result of tho bal loting showe...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 5 April 1912

0 t KCfr y If T K Isk SHORT NEWS NOUS Washington The right of the federal government to bring actions to have set aside Mint 8000 conveyances by full blood Cherokee Indians of their allotted Uids was upheld by tho Bupromo court ol tho United States in Wash ington The United States senate rejected we Sherwood dollar a day pension Mlb which carriod additional pension expenditure ot 76O0O000 and adopts ed Senator McCumbers substltuto measure which Is based on both ago Ud servloo and which will increase tho pension expenditures by approxl l toately WT000000 annually The right ot Senator Lorlmor ot llll i nols to his seat In tho United States senate pheld by tho special In- restigatflti committee which decided that the senates vote sustaining Mr Lorlmor in ho last congress on sub stantially the same charges barred any further proceedings against him The Vote was 6 to 8 Another reso lution adopted exonerated Edward Hlnes the Chicago lumberman of any wrongdoing Domestic Under tho will ot t...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 5 April 1912

A 4 t ftr - I If J fc M i lf i a- -- PIP Jf f3f CALLA April 3 tfamos Horron of Salem -visited his parents Mr and MrsWm Horron last week and returned to Balctri Sunday MIbs Ota Paulln was a Youngstown visitor TueBday Mrs John Schaal Is reported Blck I Houts who la in Youngstown market house spent Sunday at his homo hero Mr and Mrs Frank Rogers wore in Canflold Monday Walter Mclllnger of Lcotonla visit ed relatives hero Saturday P Charles and Carl Coohol attended 0 H Hlnos sale In Canfleld Tues day Mrs Herbert Dolts of Canfleld vis ited hero with her parents Mr and Mrs M D Templln Tuesday Jack Johnston spent Saturday nignt and Sunday at Maplo Grove Miss Ota Paulln visited at Gdo Fredericks In Marquis Sunday J J HondrlckB of Marquis was In town Saturday Miss Inez Miller Is assisting Mrs C E Mlsncr In Canfleld for a fow days Mrs H D Miller and Miss trudo Miller visited relatives In Can fleld Tuesday Mrs John Paulln and Mrs Warren Bare were In Lcotonla Saturday W P Mollott was a Salem vi...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 12 April 1912

r ft lfc S tf if tV P M fc I is R lir if- it lb k OUhrJOB Terms l00a Yaf rlC traotfc - conBunwttf - 3 PRIMTINOl DEpARTMENt -1 fV f Is equipped with modern type faces and machinery and our printers know how to use samo to produce pleasing i rtsultB jv trial order la solicited VOL XXXVI I WASHINGTONVILLE LOCAL GLEANINGS By Peter M Herold If tho other felow fights you in an underhanded way And ho starts tho ball a rolling with alio You Just Keep your own tongue quiet letting him have all tho say And hell find nos In a muddle by and by Theres a wondrous power In silence and a victory In the smile When a man Ignores tho slander tin- sustained Theres a sureness In the bound it t wo wait a little while For that Truth should ever triumph tis ordained 1 fwhlte canvaS shoes will be all the go this summer Look outl There are a few cases of pink eye In town A daughter was recently born to Mr and Mrs R Wllhelm lEastor Is first - mentioned in tho new teBtament In Acts xil 4 Wm Holt has completed ...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 12 April 1912

l tfn i ti Youngstown Ohio VERY POPULAR WHITE RATINE This now weave has met popu lar favor with a bound Were showing some excellent numbers for coats and suits priced at 125 and 150 tho yard Youll find these In tho White Goods section in heavy or light weight IMPORTED v CHECK BATISTE 54 Inches wide Imported Check Batlsto will bo much used this Boa son for Waists and Summer Frocks special quality for 50c tho yard Tho White Goods store will show tomorrow many new novel weaves priced from 25c to 150 tho yard SUMMER APPAREL WHITE LINENS Tho phenomenal success of white Linens last season for Suits Coats and Waists has caused manufacturers - to produce some excellent weaves for J912 Our full shipments are here 3C to 90 inches wide fiom the dainty white sheer Linen to the heavy effects and the creamy Ramie priced from 50c to 150 the yard READ WIESNERft AD i Dry Goods News PICTORIAL REVIEW PATTERNS For a full realization of the popularity of Pictorial Review Patterns visit the departmont an...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 12 April 1912

Vi M i 1 1 M IN ft 0 i It- V v I J Ad V HOME HAPPENINGS Officers of the Presbyterian Sun day school for the ensuing year will bo elected next Sunday morning - The season Is at hand for house cleaning and tho -women make slaves of themselves while tho men wonder Why Tho Canfleld public schools reop ened Monday morning after a weeks i si vacation Quito a number of now lf Canfleld nils aro In attendance Dr B O ridxton district super intendent will preach In tho M E Church next Sunday evening and con duct quarterly conference Work was resumed attho Nor mal collego Monday morning nftor a weeks vacation At this scasonof tho year few new students are enter ing collego The weather man was against tho display of Easter millinery but de spite this fact dreams In womens crowning beauty wore exhibited In churches and oh the streets Prof S Ingram phrenologist and hypnotist concluded a weeks en gagement here Tuesday night and went to Ellsworth to remain several days Mrs Mary Reld of Clovoland sav...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 12 April 1912

iv- F toft M ie H i j iffii m f I Ik i Yu DEFENDS EX ADJT -v hr jSl 6ENA1HSWQRTH HOU8E COMMITTEE ALLEGES THAT CONSPIRACY FORCED ARMY MAN OUT OF OFFICE wasntnclon April 10 In a report which challenges tho voracity ot Sec retary Ptimson and discredits tho abil ity and experience ot General Jjconard Wood chlot ot staff tho house committee on military affairs camo to tho detfiSso ot former Adjt Gen Fred C AtVwiworth and charges that a conspiracy between Stlmson and Wood forced Alnsworth out ot of flco at a tlmo when his services wero most needed by his country In so vorlty ot language tho report has sel dom perhaps novcr been oscooded by a stato paper The report carries all the letters that passed between Alns worth and Stlmson and Is fully 10060 Vords In volume Replies to Accusations Charging that tho accusations against General Alnsworth had been bolstered up to secure his removal and that tho languago used by tho of ficer In his communications had been tortured misrepresented or supp...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 12 April 1912

I W 8 I 11 I LOCALS NEWS ITEMS Gathered In Town County and Neighborhood r Qwrottsvlllo journal sayapo JSrv ro filing nt 105 a buahol tno highest price knowii thoro In a Jong tlmo t Canfleld who has boon critically ii tr 80erai weoKs is reported Slightly Improved mTTy s soiling at 30 a ton In Pittsburg tho highest prlco In 30 years Tho lowest price reached dur ing tho samo Iporiod was 8 a ton In August 1898- Deforo starting out to shop It will po to your advantago to carefully scan tid Dispatch advertising columns Uyo merchants who havo bargains to oiler toll abotu them in this paper Senator William Green of Co shocton former president ot tho Ohio minors Is credited wlh tho won that the miners will approve tho Cleveland compromise scale by a largo majority andl will be back at workby April 20 Harry Merrlman who Is in day and night schools in Cleveland hav lag gone to tho Forest City from Can Held years ago In U recent Sunday school talk at his old home in Ran dolph said that 40- nati...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 12 April 1912

IB W THE MAHONING DISPATCH FRIDAY APEHj 12 1912 hH4 - Be t i i - ii i I Wm Ht SBMn 8W youngstown Ellsworth salm w w t a w - v H ISSUED WEEKLY fi ESP c FOWLER Edltr BVn fl IIlM1 CANFIELD OHIO i - i nJHni Hm TELEPHONE N 48 BfnWBrtJ rw X MR W L Kill ViKv m itif ga TO K 1 lift J Term of Subscription Ose Year 100 lx MontliB SO Three Months A 25 Single Copy 03 Canadian subscriptions 150 Special Notice Obituary Notices ResoluUonaof Re ect Cords ot Thanks and notices of church and charitable entertain ment and the llko whore an admis sion fee la charged will be cnargoa Jtor at thorate or onc nali cent a word These must be paid for In advance or jfthnriged to responsible parties order ing the same iFRIDiAiY AKRIIj 12 1912 TEN PAGKES According to press reports woman suffrage In New York and Illinois Is being bumped and the chances are that it will be a long time before tho women of those states are given the ballot The Dispatch thanks Ihe neighbor ing press for the very kind things said about...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 12 April 1912

Ilfc W i j m BftSdvU - w j i n men reorganizes iriin a capiun v 5J f 50000 all paid up and aiaoe its fcfe ytfri AyaaMAL fi UDANOF CoflduatAA liv rtwt r nju I t th National Gnmjo Weitndd Mul CO OPERATION IN KANSAS PAtront Bank t Olathe Onfl of tht Moit Striking Case of C t Operative Effort Ono of the moat atrlklnar cast ol co operatir eranga effort to fo found a the country comoa to llghti In Im In the Patrons Co Operatlvo bant M Olatho which ia a practical ot what th0 KfB can do In a business way -when Ita energies nr at at work In that direction I Thla 1b tho only grange bank In tha TTnlfajt i i i w uuiop a wnopiUB uuiwuieut ff uus positively true Ita atockholdera o w mamnera tna grange andltt rulea are auh that nontf but a mem bar of tha order In good standing can Tar hold atook Ifa the bank Located at Olathe It ia in about the center ol Johnaon county and ia surrounded by ithtaan lire aubordinate granges whos tnembera recognize this bank m ono of their moat successful co oDoratlr...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 12 April 1912

mmtuL j m fAi MWailtj jaiiiiijiliVfiiriililrui WJ h S i i I i 1 u ry I GirtS l SRw - m t t TE 4 f - H swisw My Busing 9kj r with her Judgment HoI9Sc3cctca Hi Wifes 3 EastocHat BgWD Nct DEOLARBMra Granmore ighefi I just dont Know what to do about a now hat this oprlng Of course you dont Henry Granmoro agrood sourly Of ooutbo you dont There never vrat a woman who knew -what to do about a now Easter hatr exoept to buy on Ho cbuoWed at his own sarcasm which la a way men have Sarcasm lint worth a cent to your genuinely arcastla man unless ho can chuoklo over It and repeat it mentally to hlrn Mlf and roll It as a ewoot morsol un der his toniue Especially Is this1 true of sarcasm about Easter bonnets Recardlnc theso very necessary aih vurtenanoes of the attire of a woman man follows the beaten track of allj the jokesmitha since Samson who made the first riddle and waxes oar- castto as custom dictates I dont see Henry resumed hav ing sated himself with chuokles oven his own sarcasm why in t...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 12 April 1912

to isfSSM S CZ 7HB mmt MAm V 7 rY Y i SHORT NEWS NOTES Washington Tho Supreme court ot tho United States annouuced Its refusal Jto rocon der Its patent monopoly decision M0U6I1C renewed efforts will oo nftdo It Is understood to hnvo con Kress amend the patent laws bo aa to halt tho rights to uso patonts enjoyed 7 their owners Senator Marcus A Smith ot Ari zona put himself and two othor pas sensors In nn elevator In tho Ebbltt boubo In Washington In porll when ho became angored at the elovator man Md knocked him down Commissioner ot Corporations i Mrt ICnox Smith In his annual report Jo Secretary of Commorco and Labor Nagel urges federal supervision of Peat commercial combines as tho s most practical method of solving tho V rust problem y r ThodoclBlonof the British Minors federation to order tho men to rosumo work has brought intense relief to tho country Tho termination of the coal itrlko raises a ruinous siege of the na tions Industries A delegation of Chicagoans In Wash ington ur...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 12 April 1912

ff 14 r k RVStV ItfV pr lt - 4 I to t 5 s l 1 i 3 If J7 I w rfl - Ji I J4 LSKKi ws 0 it M NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS flcarlot rash isprbvalont in some of tbo schools in tho vicinity of Lis boa Isabella Dickinson died o paral ysis last weok Thursday at Toogard eh aged 00 Lisbon Presbyterian church has n membership of 610 M E 400 Re formed 100 U -145 Christian 486 A now Lutheran church may bo established in Warren and Rev 11 H Long 6tv Nowton Falls Is being considered for pastor During tho past year members of tho U P Church in Lisbon contrib uted to tbo various funds of tho church 2800 or over 17 per mom bcr LaBt Sunday tho handsome now United Brothern church in Warren under construction since last Juno was dedicated wun imposes teiu tnony J S Morrow superintendent of tho Burton public schools has pur chased the Mlddlofleld News and will asBumo the management of same alt er the close of his school in June No one city person In ten eats fresh eggs any more according to State Dairy and Food Com...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 19 April 1912

IS u s V l m IV WiM A r 0UJyJb printing department I aulpped -with modern typo faces f aAaY machinery and our prlnteraknow ft I - 4 j fcow to uso aamo to produce pleasing results a trial order Is solicited ftrasVfoOOaTrear VOL XXXVI I WASHINGTONVILLE GLEANINGS fey Petop M Heroid farmers i are plowing aoaroui Merry MlUBtrols Saturday J D Smith was1 In Youngstown Saturday - Joh4KXSmlth is working In the Muilensljoat works nt Saloin Gourttoso o May F of A will observe Its- anniversary Friday night EdLeia had his left hand badly Pinched last Friday when sawlng otf an tipplfcreo - Qardenfinaklng has started as 6ho woulasdppbsefroin tho smoll of burnihgyrulbbish MibntieT Hollaridi whose log was brokenln the mines a few weeks ago Is duljotficrutcheB - MrgtttJohn Carroll from south of LeetonlaV spent Sunday here -with -her Catharine Roller Cave Holt will jspond the coming fowWeeks W Indiana and Illinois In the Interest of tho Leetonla Tool Co George Baer a day hand -at tho MlUyllle mines la...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
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