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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 15 November 1912

ij I A i uv frl tt j V fr VH f r lii iwit mLAmm u i iVfs fik v - VVJ iOlP riVfit - sfvv Tombs 100 a Tear VOL XXXVI I 11 i JUSTeA LITTLE EFFORT - On the part 6t Dispatch subscribers who think well of the paper -would accomplish wonders In extending its circulation II you have a friend or neighbor who would likely bo Inter ested n a purely county newspaper why not ask him to enroll his name on tho Dispatch lbtt WASHINGTONVILLE J E Lewis and wife were Lisbon Visitors Friday John- Dells of Canfleld was here oh business Friday bf North Lima was hero Friday on business Miss Lucille Taylor of YoungBtown vlslted relatives here Saturday - Bbrri in the home of Mr and Mrs JAV Stbuffor a daughter Saturday Mrs David Welkart and daughter Grace were In YoungBtown Saturday K Mrpi Alice Byster visited her moth er Mrs Henry Rhodes in Greenford Tuesday Hobs Fisher employed tiy the Erie road as brakoman is home for a few days - Mrs Fred Mattlx and Mrs John Greenford were shoppers hero- Friday- The Miss...

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. — 15 November 1912

- I S 4 ft I i 44 t r HI lbj fc MW J - r EwM TfT tft sHffii Thanksgiving Day Linens Youngstown Ohio higher priced Coats 125 FLANNELETTE GOWNS Special table assortment of womens Flannelette Night Gowns In plain white or colored effects with stripes in the lead 125 and 150 each Much better than gowns usually sold for this price fit better too U SILK PETTICOATS 395 NOW Rich Petticoats made of Silk Messaline in black navy brown and emerald green heavy quality deep flounce a most select value 395 each Patterned Jrom models that have character worth arid the ap proval of afshion MENS NIGHT SHIRTS OF OUTING FLANNEL Mens Outing Flannel Night Shirts are here In all their new seasons beauty made with mili tary collar good weight material properly szed for each 75q Nice roomy garments that are most comfortable Soy Bandits Captured Portsmouth Five boy bandits armed with three shotguns and a re volver believed to have been taken from fishing camps and summer cot tages along Brush creek were cap ...

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. — 15 November 1912

i m a i ij ii gsryL a V ra tf is- IL f a v- HOME HAPPENINGS Thursday brought squaw winter W I Clay is having his resldonco painted Better secure consent of property owners before starting out to hunt Not many hlckorynuts or chest nuts have been offered for sale in the lqcal market Five half grown fox squirrels have a merry time chasing througti the trees In central park Tho Canfleld Co Operative Co with 10000 capital has been incor porated by C S Dodd J B Dodd and John McGhce Tho Canfleld cornet band was In Youngstown Monday night and was royally entertained by Prof Lewis and the G A It band T Qulto a number of Canlleld teachers will attend tho fall meeting of the county teachers Institute In Sebrlng on Saturday The Ladles Auxiliary Board of the Normal college Is arranging to glvo a play tho proceeds of which are to go to tho college Tho ladles of the Methodist church will1 serve their usual Thanksgiving dinner That means a feast of turkey and a lot of other good things to eat The W...

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. — 15 November 1912

M iff ml W t siw W ri r 1 - r 4 MISS VIRGINIA LE SEURE BSSSSSSflSSsSSSBSSSBl S BSSSBSSSSSSSB BM MRwsHHsKl I BBBF V YJiJilfcV w MBmBUIKBBHHBU IbYwW VwiiKj pfTrHHHK m Miss Lo Scure the handsome grand daughter of Congressman Joseph G Cannon of Illinois will be on of the most prominent of the Washington debutantes this season She has been touring Europe with her aunt Miss Helen Cannon and plans to spend the winter In the national capital with the former speaker BIGELMqUJimRACE FOR GHfliR Announces Withdrawal to Become Floor Leader In OKlo Hcuse of Representatives Cincinnati O Nov 13 Following a conference with Governor elect James M Cox at the Sinton hotel Herbert S Blgelow of Cincinnati with drew as a candidate for speaker of the Ohio house of representatives At the Sriimo time Cox gave out a state ment Bigelow his choice for Boo leaner Bigelows withdrawal opens the way for Charles L Swain Cincinnati who had declined to be a candidate as long as Bigelow re mained Cox gave cut this stat...

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. — 15 November 1912

I m ifn LS t2 LOCAL NEWS ITEMS Gathered In Town County and Neighborhood Lllho an nlrl rnnMnnt nf Hnnf 1111 nd a Civil war vntnrnn illnl Inof Friday bf apoplexy C W Dutler long a leading bus- ess hian Of Nllon In nrltlnnllu 111 lth Btomach troilliln nnl tin 1mn In nterUilned for his recovery i William ONoll asks iudemnnt fnr 12000 against the Voungstown buUiern Railway Co alleging that e Was lnlUrod about tlin hnmt nml Soiiy when a car on which ho Was yfolng to his work for the company at gfeeetonla ran Into an aiiother car at worm Ulna Juno 19 1912 ni ThR Hllrrrtimrlltltr nnimlnti tn 1 g canvassed by a man who in nr alms to be enlarclns nlctures at ne dollar each Several of his ns have been comDolled in nnv ormoiis prices for frames In order get possession of their orlclnal holographs He Ub nrononnrivi n Windier bV those who liavn linil ilnnl ligs witn Journal V In many portions of tho West formers find It profitable to ralso aioes lor mo purpose of making tarch but In -this section...

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. — 15 November 1912

Tlffl V w tH yh BSbwi ffi in C IK wasm ims H m t kv E i y 8p V wfc 1 A ii V ei fcj f i ft le- fe turf jay w VLav Si t hit 4 i a W 1M issued Weekly p C FOWLER Editor XVNFIELD i 1 OHIO TELEPHONE NO 48 Enteivlnt CanfleUl Ohio Postofllce as second ilnsmaUor i i 1 1 i I TERMS ORiSUBSCRIPTION One Year VjWW 100 Biz Months SO Three Months- 85 Single Copy w OS SPECIAL NOTICE Obituary Notices llesolutlonA of Ito peot Cards or Thanks and notices of onurcn aim ciumtable entertainments and the like where an ndmlsslon fee Is charg ed will bo charged for at the rate of cno nau cent a worn These must De paid for In advaticc or charged to re sponsible parties ordering the same FRIDAY NOVEMBER 15 1912 In Ohio the republican ticket will continue to occupy second place on the ballot the Bull Moose ticket hav ing run third at the recent election It la authoritatively announced that President Taft alter eoniplelng his term of olllce will return to Cincin nati nnd resume the practice of law After tho firs...

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. — 15 November 1912

1 H t I y Mj u I he fit r I Mens Genuine Priestly Cravenetted Guaranteed Wa terproof Rain Coats in very latest styles and collars worth 2000 Sale 00 fiR price 9090 Mens Canvas Gloves extra heavy 10c quality Q ft sale price k vu 485 pair of imported English Corduroy Pants peg top cuff bottoms light or dark color worth up to 350 flfeaf yA sale price 9 I I v One lot of Mens Daisy Cloth Flannels worth 100 each in all colors sale 3 CI ft price - UJU 25c quality Police and Fire mens Suspenders full length sale i f 0 price - I I v Mens all wool Underwear in natural only worth CQn 150 Sale price UwU 575 pairs of all wool Mens Pants up to 2 all fQn sizes Sale price Ovu Mens Waterproof Cravan etted Coats in fancy patterns with military collars worth gftST 695 vs ttm IFE Is a choice every day to 7 wnril iifpnn nr failure Every choice for good leads on to true I victory ana every cnoico mr ov weakens and debases SOME PLAIN DISHE8 Bread pudding is such an ordinary i common pudding that many feel...

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. — 15 November 1912

fi Wl rhll tfiSX As fa to- stlS s Ml FA W f r J s f Uh ft I Jh Bf f If li A KEEP COMFORTABLE By wearing perfect fitting Underwear We have a largo stock for men women and children in wool and cotton ribbed and fleeced You will find qualities and prices right HOSIERY We carry a full line of Burson Hosiery in wool and fleeced cotton Infants Cashmere Stockings give the highest degree of comfort to the child See us for your Hosiery needs WALL PAPER If you are going to paper that room this fall we have the Paper at special low prices H J DICKSON General Merchant Phone 13 CANFIELD 0 ooooqooooocxxxjooooooooooocooooooooooooooooooooooooooo I NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS Quail pheasant and rabbit sea son opens Friday and continues until Lieo 6 Game Is said to bb Very scarce In this locality Many prominent Alliance demo crats are candidates for the postmas tershlp of that city to succeed Edwin M Morgan The oittce pays an annual salary of 3200 A delegation of Green township citizens called on the county mi...

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. — 22 November 1912

7 X r HR JUST A LITTLE EFFORT On the part of Dispatch subscribers who think well of the paper would accomplish wondors In extending Its circulation If you have a friend or neighbor who would likely be Inter ested In a purely county newspaper why not nBk him to onroll his namo on the Dispatch lbtT Warms 100 a lear y VOL XXXVI I WASHINGTONVILLE Miss Grace Wclkart was a Salom shopper Saturday H F Paisley spent last Sunday with Alllauco friends This village Ib coming back all right Mark tho prediction Mrs John iStewart and daughter of Salem wero hero Tuesday Nollllo G Eyster Is making Improve ments on her property on West Main street A largo theater party from hero was In Salem Friday evening to see Tho Rosary Mrs W E Roller visited her dauglA ter Mrs E S Freed in Glrard a few days this week V E Roller went to Youngstown Thursday to iteliver somo produce shipped there luesday Repairs are being made to tho block Bystem new semaphore pole and fix tures at the Erie statiou Mrs Arthur Grlnd...

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. — 22 November 1912

W Novembor Fup Sale K V- V 1 Youngstown Ohio here several years but for the past year attended business college in Youngstown has accepted a position as bookkeeper in The Co store Elmer Kale bought a fine horse from Ellsworth parties D V Eckenrode who was employ ed at the grist mill by Kiatler Son the last six years or more quit work there last week Our scarlet fever patients Fern Ecjtenrode and Honor Russell are riedting along nicely apd no new cases have been neported Ralph ttussell Is visiting relatives Jn Pennsylvania The Presbyterian church has been newly papered by Alliance parties Will WJtherstine or Niies was nere Sunday Ob uaur Nov Zf tne aunaay jutso itfe f jfufiormva luiwiorau I The Geo L Fordyce Co Dry Goods News church will hold a Rally day A spe cial program Is being prepared and it is the desire of the officers that ev ery member come and bring friends with you Everyone will receive a souvenir Our aim 150 present and an offering of 10 Join the long list of Dispatch re...

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. — 22 November 1912

FMI 51 I jf JfitV lift i f - I n h r i HOME HAPPENINGS PJtTy F rj JP Attend Thanksgiving services As usual 4ho Dispatch will this year club with all the leading maga zines and newspapers Canfleld stores will be open next Wednesday evening but will bo clos ed nil day Thursday Thanksgiving Much Interest Is manifested In the Home Mission moetlngs being hold every evening Uils week In the Pros Ibyterlan churdh The colored man who laid most oftho brick on the Droad street road In Canfleld last summer lskcepliig six helpers dancing on a paving Job In Newton Falls The Stltchory Club was onter talned Tuesday afternoon by Mrs Hoy Dickson and Mrs Elizabeth Me dline at the homo of tho latter on West Main street Earl Yeagor who has been em ployed by Ford McQlnnls for somo time Ib suffering from diphtheria He was removed Tuesday to his homo north of the village The ladles of the Methodist church will servo jthblr usual big Thanksgiving turkey dinner at tho church next Thursday Dont miss tho feas...

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. — 22 November 1912

IS- KB n in T- Kl f 1 3S IF Ml BMH fc t I 4SVtCr4i MANIAG SCARES POLICE FOR HOUR i ntehs Headquarters in los aNGELEB WITH AN INFERNAL MACHINE UNDER ARM Lob Angeles Nov 20 Lnto In the afternoon the would be dynamiter who with nn lntcrnnl machine con taining CO sticks of SO per cent giant powder captured and held up police headquarters for more than an hour admitted to the pollco that his right name was Carl Warr He said that he was a German by birth a model maker by profession and that he had stolen the dynamite several months ago from n storehouse at the stone quarries ot Bloming Rtv orslde county Plans Attack for Months Detectives sent to 812 East Lnkeav where Warr said ho had lived for sov eral years discovered the workshop of the German Ho had worked there In seclusion for three months fashion ing his Infernal machine and planning his attack Several packages of ex plosives wore found In the East Lake av house That Warr Is demented the pollco and physicians who have examined him a...

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. — 22 November 1912

II i r VI rtffi LOCAb NEWS ITEMS Gathered In Town County and Neighborhood Fortune smiles on a few Gives tho rest of us tho merry hn ha Thoso pfci sons killed during tho hunting Benson at loast have tho con- eolation of not being victims of un loaded fiuns Kindly bear In mind friends that we want for tho Dispatch all the loc al news going Write telephone or tell our reporters Newton Palls Is having a religious revival which Is being conducted by Bvnngellsts Wm Asher and wife In he Metnodlst church Wrs Wm Moore 43 years old died of diphtheria last Thursday nt her homo near Sebrlng She leaves her husband and four children Our pait riots anticipated elorlously betore the election and realized mag nlllcently They nre still anticipating r earnestly and trust to realize sublime ly The hunting Beason is on In fact there arc two hunting seasons taking public attention tho game hunting season and tho offlce BceMng season C F Bailey of Damascus and Miss Ethel Shrove or Bclott wore mar ried las...

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. — 22 November 1912

fessJ OT 1 l esh Ms itt3 i k H 3 EMI sa IvYH Kir 4 Jll 1 73 m rt 4 m v- iKV Si cs ffiS il I Sl re B -re Si m i kf ii nm r 3 SjK1 V yJr VKj - iAr P 0 FOWLER CiNFIBLD Ji ISSUED WEEKLY TELEPHONE NO 48 in2iiHfuUMra r AHHrfflBSrajidiwfiv iMiijiT inuFsPp Editor OHIO Bntend at Canfleia Ohio Postofnco ns second i lagg matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Tear U00 Blx Months JO Threo Months JJ Single Copy -03 SPECIAL NOTICE Obituary Notices Resolutions of Ho peot Cards of Thanks and notices of church and charitable entertainments and the like where an admission fee is charg ed will bo charged for at the rate of one half cent a word Those must be paid for In advance or charged to re sponsible parties ordering the same FRIDAY NOVEMBER 22 1912 There will be no more bald heads U that Palo Alto Cal professor haB really discovered the dope to prevent pates becoming bare and shiny Candidates for positions under the incoming administration are a mighty sight more numerous than rose bushes around country...

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. — 22 November 1912

iW i HV fiifl VtM m r m Iw m iJS 238 HW i 3ittW rw HSfw rwvt rMtfr ck BUM w r A i 1 A - m 2 4 J V 8eek Death Two Wayt Akron Mario Myors 24 sent o tho city prison charged with Intoxication attempted to commit snlcido by hanging Sho was cMt own and rovlved When everything Bain was quiet amoko was dotectcd coming from the direction of tho colls Another Investigation revealed that s toe woman had gathered togothor J tome wasto paper and sot It on flro 1 i Asks Wife on Probation Lima Wanted A wife on w six months probation brunot pre ferred This was the classified advertisement lnsorted In a paper hero by a man whoso mall goes to II P D Ada O This man a bachelor of 40 recently caught matrimonial fovor but having been a witness to marital dIN llcUltlcs for years was afraid to tako a chance Jesting friends advlsod him to tako a bride on trial Tho sugges tion struck him seriously so he ad vertised Boy Tells of Crimes Cincinnati Owen Kaiser 16 of Newtown O told Sheriff Charles Cooper of Coun...

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. — 22 November 1912

ST m 2f I I 1 A I I I- St ft I I im 5 J M Ift aj 39 iK s tv p it rt M 1 f Vr T i Popular Books Go Cheap We havo n lot of popular copyrighted Books that will ho closed out at 50c each This Is an opportunity to secure good reading at Httlo cost Late Copyrighted Books at 125 to 150 Other Books for boys and girls at 25c and 35c We Have The Goods Call and see Richardsons Mercerized Cotton Embroidery Out fits Choice designs In Pillow Tops Dreser Scarfs etc at 25c nnd 60c To seo Is to buy We shall be glad to show you H J DICKSON General Merchant Phone 13 CANFIELD 0 ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooocsooaoooooooooooooo NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS Alliance has five cases o diph theria Warren will be the rendezvous for about S00 school teachers Saturday when the Trumbull County Teachers Institute will be held at the high school with an all day session Mineral Ilidge Odd Fellows have purchased a complete new outfit of furniture for their lodge room This lodge is one of the best and most prosperous in T...

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. — 29 November 1912

v l It m i yV I r I L v JU8T A LITTLE EFFORT On the part of Dispatch subscribers who think well ot the paper would accomplish wonders In extending Its circulation If you havo a friend or neighbor who would likely bo inter ested In a purely county newspaper why not ask him to enroll his namo orii the Dispatch list farms 100 a Tear VOL XXXVI I WASHINGTONVILLE O C Wolkart Is unloading a car ot dairy feed William Reod sr Is Buffering from a severo cold C R Paisley of Youngstown was home over Sunday Mrs Eliza Bllgor Ib Improving from her recent sickness John Wolkart opened tho butchor tag ecason Tuesday J H Felcht 1b working on tho tip ple at the Falrvlew mine W C Welkart and family of Lco tonla wore with hlB parents hero Sun day J D Smith was In Mineral Ridge Nlles and Youngstown on business Friday Mrs Joseph Frederick 1b visiting with her son Ira In Alliance for a few days William Holland moved his houso liold effects hero from Now Buffalo Wednesday Monday attending duties as town- shi...

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. — 29 November 1912

I v MM h f I r November FUr Sale Youngstown Ohio The Geo L Fordyce Co Accused of Check Swindle Dayton E H Gutherldge agent Albert Relchert foreman and W 8 Kneer clerk all employed Ihy the Erie railway company at Its freight office here were held to the grand Jury after a hearing before Magistrate C D Huffman E H Mc Dermotb cashier was released The four men were arrested several days ago on a charge of forgery They were accused of padding pay rollB -signing nctitious names sending them to the central office of the company In New York and then Indorsing the SV checks in the same fictitious names kid so as to be able to have them cashed Neck Broken Lives Two Months i piuuueuvuiB juuu u ixiomer n L Tears old died here from an Inlurv Vfjuffered two months since when he -was diving In the Ohio river here E jle plunged head first into a pile of Expand His neck was broken t WHMI1UKIUU j VJilUttBUIUU UIOW iihflnTthe O D Merchant gro jr l d escaped In an automobile MrttoijefiOO In Midland Gro...

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. — 29 November 1912

n w if Ik r - pS w m M ho 7 bwmsraswi i nn nn mtim i tin 14 Aunt Rhodys Goose i Uy IZOLA FOSTER fit nn rm nn im -tin -it-I That reminds nib begun tho Gray Ooobo tueklntf ono leg lip com fortnbly uuder her wing thi way alio always did nhsn she ntnitoil to tll a utory Whit reminds jot Aunty pskfd a fresh young goring from thu latest batch In tho barnyard Oh theyve tnken tho thin young turkey from last ypar for their Thanksgiving dinner and left old Struts again Look at him This Is tlio third j ear they have put hhn to ono sldo for those youngsters and It hurts his feelings terribly Hell i off unci grlove till way past Christ ens It nearly breaks his heart did Struts certainly did look un happy Over in a corner of the yard ho pcrchnd dolefully on tho axle tree of an old wagon his wing tips trailing low his head bowed with grief and Rhame And hes such a nlri plump tur key too sighed old Aunty Gooso If hod only look at It the way 1 AOi It never hurts my feelings to tie passed by I figure...

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. — 29 November 1912

4i v 7 w I- h mi i 4 f fsMMMvMr x Tr mil in rwtifTTTT Helpful GENUINE DIAMONDS Rings 500 Stick Pins 500 Brooches 500 Cuff Buttons 500 Lockets 500 Studs 500 Ear Drop 1000 m 1- - llSa 1 Beauty Hints Proper Treatment for Rosy Cheek Freckle Lotion Remedy or Fal lint Hair Oily Skin Cure To De velop Lower Ltmba Preparation for Warts For Palo Ears Misapplied beauty cures do much barm A woman reads somewhere that a certain course of treatment will Improve her looks and adopts It Without a thought whether Its appli cation Is properly understood This Is especially so with the much heralded Ice treatment to give rosy cheeks It gives a lovely color and one that will last for soveral hours if the Ice Is used right Allow tho frozen lump to rest on the face and on ugly purplo look results often a frosted face To use Ice for rosiness wash the face well with warm water and soap rinse in tepid water gradually In creasing to cold then apply bits of ice held In a piece of flannel Rub the checks vigorou...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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