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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 29 November 1912

aid W rot ipff r E koi 4 I K 1 I r a y k HOME HAPPENINGS Council meeting next Monday night The- residence of Mrs Nettie Ed wards on West Main street has been Sainted Union Thanksgiving services this Thursday ovenlng In the Presbyter an church Rev I N Durger -will preach Tell jour friends and ncghbors that The Dispatch will bo sont to now subscribers from now until Jan 1 1914 tor only 1 A little suow this week niadotuu bunting or moults easier and many bunnies uave beeu kilieu wuull nuu puioasaut are leportcd very scarce jLho uispatch is uianiuul or many uilnta anu not iho least of them la lor lie many iricuus and supporiem it nas wno nave long boon loyal The Dispatch is Issued sevoral hours earner than uaual Uiis weeit in order until all bands in Uio oillce mignt nave an opportunity to give UiauKB line MJsBlonary Society of the Cnrlstian cnurcn will meet at the Homo oi Mrs u it Curtis on Court street next Thursday afternoon at 2 ociock All members are urged to be present The ladles ...

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. — 29 November 1912

r b ft ilM Ml I m i I t r 1 i rB Wl ni gl If 5 t fiA 8EN0R RAMON VALDEZ Senor Valdez tho new minister from Panama has Just nrrlTed In Washing ton with his family Ho was ducatod pi this country iilliMDrsilR OFFICER3 QUIZ ACCUSED MUR DERER OF YOUNQ LAD Force Man to Make Damaging Admis sions That Help to Fasten the t Crime Upon Him New York Nov 27 Under the third degree at police headquarters J Frank Hlckey accused of tho murder of Joseph Josephs 7 at Lackawanna N Y a year ago made so the police say damaging admissions that help to fasten tho crime upon him The Strange prisoner brought on from Toms River N J by Police Chief Qjlson of Lackawanna on his way to Buffalo where he Is to face trial liiulrmed when District Attorney Dud ley of Erie county and Inspector Faurot of hsadquarters put him through a searching inquisition Writhing In his seat the wiry fingered prisoner acknowledged that postal Oards he had mailed to the police had been his undoing This was his first confession that he ...

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. — 29 November 1912

l im i rl urn n i fe m si fllnd bile tor ro BE ktti bn i pal roll II m wr r ft H v H Three piece fancy Silver Toilet Sets 1 comb 1 brush 1 mirror put up in a fancy box regular 600 value ale price 239 ni LOOK FOR SIGN 6 READING GREAT JEWELRY SALE Ladies or gents gold filled Watch Fobs 20 year guaratneed beautiful designs regular 500 values sale price 239 Genuine Meerschaum Pipe with genuine amber mouth piece gold trimmed regu lar 750 values sale price Ladies fine gold Brooches 200 different stvles values up to 91 on sale for 19c filled v OlwKI wmasxkMR JWSE3KK Ladies gold filled Bracelets 5 year guarantee regular 150 and 200 value sale price Cuff Links gents cuff links values up to 150 on sale for 14c Gold plated Jewel Boxes the very finest designs values up to 100 on sale for I9c THE MAHONING DISPATCH FRIDAY NOVEMBER 29 1912 57000 Stock of High Grade Jewelry of The Crown Jewelry Co 64000 Stock of Our Own High Grade Jewelry 121000 Worth of Jewelry of All Description to Feast Your Eye...

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. — 29 November 1912

e K i II PA lIf 3 I Ml ft Wrw Vte IMfMlilJil r f fl f n 1 f p Banning Jupaicji ISSUED WEEKLY Q C FOWLER Editor 0ANF1BLD OHIO TELEPHONE NO 48 EntciM at Canfleld Ohio Postofllco as eecond 1ns3 matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Tear J100 Blx Months 60 Three Months 25 Blnglo Copy 03 SPECIAL NOTICE Obituary Notices llesolutlons of Ito speot Cards of Thanks and notices of church and charitable entertainments and the like where an admission fco Is charg ed will bo charged for at the rate of one hnlt cent a word Theso must be paid for In advance or charged to re sponsible parties ordering tho same FRIDAY NOVEMBER 29 1912 It wont be long now until candi dates for city village and township offices will become active Primaries are held In May and It Is necessary sometimes to get busy early to run down elusive nominations Only eleven thousand jobs will be possible for democrats when the new administration takes charge of nation al affairs next March but ten thous and applications a day are being...

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. — 29 November 1912

I llnri Ulcf fax it ip i s pindl a k loll V I yo u hA to feT II A- fs LOCAL NEWS ITEMS Gathered In Town County and Neighborhood Ki Ear corn la sclllne at f ibusihei In Madison county age and leaves a family 20c As a mailer of sentiment tho word poorhouse Is to be thrown into disuse in Illinois nnd county home substituted In Ohio wo call thom in firmaries which is a little bit smootu or than poorhouso The Dispatch will be sent lo new subscribers trom now until Jan 1 1914 for one dollar- Soue friend ot yours would no doubt ho glad to Slave the paper a year for a Christmas present It would remind Htm or her of you at least 52 times a year Hiram Detchon a North Benton lamer aged 80 was getting into his wagon in Alliance last Friday to go home when his horse suddenly started and ho was thrown to tho pavement and somewhat injured Tho horse started to run but was caught before going far or doing damage The Leetonia lodge of the order of tho Eastern Star has elected tho following officers W...

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. — 29 November 1912

a f Pv I IT SSV w f I i S 1 75 tu 0 0 tO 5 CM CO o iO c c o O c 0 t U fc D O 0 l 5 CO m m O O en c O CO C CD 0 XI a 0 0 CM CO O c a 0 c CO ihli ir1 Mens large Handkor chiofs rod whito or blue worth lOo sale price 21Ag Mons Dress Kid Olovcs worth 100 lined or un lined various shades salo price 46c Mens all wool Sweater Coats worth 200 in all colors and guaranteed sale price 89c Blue Ohambray Shirts with 2 collars perfeot fit ting unpadcablo sale price 39c Jersey Sweaters abso lutely all wool worth 4 in navy or oxford sale price 144 Mens extra heavy fleeced lined Underwear worth 50c blue and silv er sale price 28c Mens fine electric seal fur Caps worth up to 600 sale price 244 Mens 50c Working Shirts extra well made full sizes in satteens shambreys seersuckers and cheviots sale price 32c 1000 Mens English Slipons Sale price 445 All 2250 and 2500 Suits special tai lor made suits in best cloth of the Ameri can woolen mills Sale price FrasfU Kldt There is a high rate of Infant mor tality...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 29 November 1912

Wi V II Wj I ft 1 I fy I J a JLferjE PTjs nj tn V f - a i NOTICE By making a smalt deposit wo will gladly lay aside any article you with for Xmas i i 1 i I i ft i it ii ii ii ii ii ii ii ii II 179 Gold filled Locket and Chain guaranteed by manufacturers to wear 10 years The H H Huffman Cos price 4 Sale rt4 7Q Price ylilU Signet Rings 69c Ladies or Gents gold filled Signet Rings The H H Huffman Cos price 150 CQn Sale Pric DOU Engraving Free fSHHV yAMNEfr frazil 51 H HOUR of all hours the most blessd uoon earth Blessed hour of our dinner Since Eve ate apples much depends on Sinner SOMETHING FOR DINNER Braised Beef Try out two thin slices of fat salt pork and remove the crops Wipe three pounds of beef it from the round or rump and Iprlnkle with salt pepper and flour own the surface In the hot fat turn ag carefully not to pierce the meat and allow the Juices to escape Place bn a trivet In a deep earthen pan or baking dish and surround with the allowing vegetables One fourth of a upful e...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 29 November 1912

m n p m - M fit Ki Popular Books Go Cheap We have a lot of popular copyrighted Books that will bo closed out at 50o each This Is an opportunity to secure good reading at little cost Late Copyrighted Books at 125 to 150 Other Books for boys and girls at 25c and 35c We Have The Goods Call and sco Richardsons Mercerized Cotton Embroidery Out fits Choice designs to Pillow Tops Dresor Scarfs etc at 25c and 50c To seo Is to buy Wo shall be glnd to show you H J DICKSON General Merchant Phone 13 ooooooooooooooooooooooooocc Ij NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS 1 J C Douthltt a farmer aged 64 liv ing near Kent and Birdie Eppa a neighbor aged 28 were married In Ravenna last week Its an ill Wind that blowa nobody good Weather which cuts Into the profits of the Ice and coal trusts fat tens the batting average of tho old reliable common people Stories of raspberry picking are coming In from various Ohio local ities In Ashtabula Thursday one res ident gathered a quart or more from bushes that were also snow clad ...

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. — 6 December 1912

fe i htf R i t c 1 i X fr I JliT A LITTLE EFFORT 2 lprt DlPtch subscribers who think well of the paper would accomplish wonders In extending its circulation If ybu have k friend or neighbor who would likely bo Inter ested Jn a purely county newspaper why not ask him to enroll his name on the Dispatch lbtT ftrms 100aYar VOL XXXVI I WASHINGTONVILLE LOCAL tQLEANINQS Peter M Herold A L Taylor Editors Mrs 0 W Cowan spent last week with frlondB In Alliance Examinations are bolng hold In all the school rooms UiIb week Matt Moss Jhas been housed up With a hard cold the past week Prof tsi s Freed and wife of GIrard spent Thanksgiving with relatives hero Mr and Mrs John D Hlloman mot ored hero the other day from Lee tonla Jacob Basslncer nf TnnInvI1ln OViln is visiting relatives and friends In wis vicinity John S Davis has comnleted a 160 barrel cistern at his residence on union street Harry Holler employed In Canton was among old friends here over Thanksgiving Mrs William Compton was In Can ...

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. — 6 December 1912

4 I IV I I P f I I ft bi r v 1 Just 16 More 8hopplng Daya Til Christmas Youngstown Ohio The Geo L Fordyce Go NEW WAISTS FOR THE HOLIDAYS We are unpacking moat every day now special shipments of new waists for the Holidays dainty lingerie effects In fine white Cotton Voiles and Lawns all attractively priced for this unusual selling Anticipate your Christmas needs i 100 WHITE LAWN WAISTS Charmingly smart whlto Lawn Waists dainty Lace and embrold cry effects well made models long sleeves high collar button back very special vnlue for 100 each Also white Cotton oVlle Lin gerie Waists In superb assort inent 100 each 150 WHITE LAWN WAISTS This new Waist particularly at tractive Is made of flno whlto Lawn embroidery ornamentation and Lace Insertion cluster tucks long sleovcs high collar for each 150 No Waist of the season has so many little details of style as are apparent In these special Waists 200 WHITE WAISTS Pretty styles of White Waists materials are Lawns and Voiles lace and embroid...

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. — 6 December 1912

J1 Cf S i i s i w v - way fifu iiu OPEN UNTIL JC P M BEES VW AND BEE KEEPING METHOD OF FILLING FEEDERS Can Be Done by Using Small Teapot with Rubber Tube Attached My bees annoyed me by rushing out when I lifted the cover boxes from the Alexander feeders Further more when no honey was coming In and robbers were prying around It made trouble to do much feeding writes H A Moody In Gleanings In Bee Culture I made a Mock C as shown in the Illustration bored a hole through it -through which I put one end of a two foot piece of one-Quarter-Inch rubber tubing I slipped o other end of the tube over the anout of a small tin teapot and then te lift ctl V rtiftffirWEr Fllllno Feeder my troubles ceased I put the proper dose In the pot shut the cover and aet It down by the hive Then with the feeding block 0 I slid the feeder cover aside until the finger holding 0 touched the side of the feeder thpn with one hand I could keep the blocks In place while with the other 1 poured In the food through th...

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. — 6 December 1912

e It IU t It t J It I I I i a fr IV It IT Ut s Vr P I I UWUVl1 I XtJ J MMMHWMMMHMMrtHMMaMWNMBMMnMMMBBaMMiMMMMta I li II II I I ILI l l gift I 2 mJk Stew B1NET ST IMJ II I ll ll I I HtjfA iJPP VJL I ii TTOnflTT nthor nurse ho mora -ML ft Why should we Tln or s rtevn at thtt IRuit sorrow Care wilt kill a cat plnd therefore lets be merry MIS CELLANEOUS Mis Collnneous though a small and Idalnty damsel laono of tho most ex travagant her expenses barer amount Jto much oyer five or ton cents but Nrhat enormous bills they foot up to tat thef end of thq month often more than tho clothing i Tho od Bav that tells us to look out tor tho pennies for the pounds will take cnroi of themsolves la one should heed Five ten and fifteen cents with sometimes a quarter doesnt seem much and so wo buy tho now pin or Jcollar a magaxine or some candy too cftcn and our purses are flat with toothing to show for tho money Bpent Jf these expenditures wore only occa slonal It would not matter so much but the very ...

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. — 6 December 1912

V i HOME HAPPENINGS Council failed to quorum Monday night A natural gas main Is being laid on Court street Tho local Masonic lodge will hold a social next Friday night Dudloy Hartman Is having his pooi room uuiiumg painted Tho schools of tho vlllago resum ed work Monday morning after tho Thanksgiving vacation Last Friday James Williams and his partners shipped twelve hundred lambs to eastern markets Local stores have taken on holi day attlro and merchants report bus iness along tho gift lino unusually good Tho hunting season closed Wed nesday It is many years since game of all kinds was so scarce as this season Tho Altlmo Culture Co Bhlpped by express to Pittsburgh one day last week ono hundred largo boxes of flowers The Dispatch to new subscribers from now until Jan 1 1914 for 1 Kindly let your friends and neighbors know this Prof F P Kaiser will address the next meeting of the Mens Club in the Presbyterian church Friday evening Dec 13 The Dispatch wants to print the Christmas ente...

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. — 6 December 1912

t jf IftTT U f gk HIE V mmkj iMniw iiMmiiMiiiii in i iM -I r yir swra Ms i JWvrntrMm9nU ObJMraaa solid Gold Bund Ring vmrronted thU lo only 2Bc Cliircng olld Gold Bet ningi urai rnnted only B5o ImtlW Solid Gold Engraved B a n d Rings extra heavy thin sale only 9100 Mines solid Gold Set Kings nil coior of stones warranted 1GQ Men solid Gold 8lgnet nines n graving free 03BO Sterling Silver Hnlr Dnuhe and Combs per et T f5 Bold Filled Hoop Bracelet with se cret look fHAO Jjadles Ebony Monleore Sots file hook and kalfe 80c Gold Filled IockeU 100 np Solid Gold Signet Stick Ptn tlBO Enameled Comb Brush and Mirror 9100 IN OHIO WRECK DEATHS FOLLOW WHEN ENGINE OF ONE TRAIN CRASHES INTO ANOTHER ONE THE DEAD Mrs B A Emerson Zanesville O Her two children aged 2 and 3 years Harry Bartles Albian Mich trav eling salesman L H Blaney Zanesville brakeman Henry Balbain Cleveland woolen mills superintendent Mary Burgy Zanesville Max Harris 30 Lodl O Henry J Hasklll Zanesville INJURED Jacob Burgy 55 Zan...

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. — 6 December 1912

f1 fr I LOCAL NEWS ITEMS - Gathered In Town County and Neighborhood Pare pn trolley lino botwoen Leotonia and Columbiana has boon reduced from 10 to Be You will And many tips on where to buy holiday gifts In the Dispatch advertising columns today An attompt Is being made to se cure a pardon for Helen Boyle In the Allegheny pen for kidnapping Billy Whltla In Sharon In 1909 Newton Palls Is experiencing tho pleasure incident to use of her now Street pavement the work being fin ished and the thoroughfare opened Bunny now has another year lease on life There was little snow during the hunting season and fewer cottontails were killed than for years This Is the last month of leap w year girls so go to It The chance to choose a helpeat will not bo offer ed again for a long time and It Is well to get In while the going is good It comeB so persistently and often that an assault Is to be made all down the lino of civil service offices that to hold onp after the coning few weeks elapse will be ...

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. — 6 December 1912

i f it 1 1 I i F ja l -1 sfi i t rt r - v SiPwafey tyt Staining gbpattfe ISSUED WEEKLY i B C FOWLER - Editor CANFIELD OHIO TELEPHONE NO 48 Entei at Canneld Ohio Postomco ns cond i lugs matter T - TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Ond Tear U OO Six Months 0 Three Months Jg fllnglo Copy 3 SPECIAL NOTICE nhiiimm TJnilrnq nnsolutlona of pect Cards of Thanks and notices of church and charltablo entertainments and the like whero an admission fco Is charg ed will bo charged for at the rate of one half cent a word Theso must be paid for In advance or charged to re sponsible parties ordering tho same FRIDAY DECEMBER C 1912 TWELVE PACES We arc not worrying about the pos sibility of receiving duplicate red touring cars for Christmas Now that tho heat of the campaign has departed there Is no valid rea son why Truth crushed to earth flhould not at least make the effort to get up on her hunkerbones As a rule If you never complain or take notice of those who attempt to criticise you the world will fall to rem...

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. — 6 December 1912

W t I As s J y ll 41 I IMV J r ivi 15 in- ft V Li Jl IjL I Mens all wool Sweater Goata worth 200 iil all colors and guaranteed sale price 89c Mens imported English Corduroy Pants peg top cuff bottoms light or dark color worth up to 350 sale price 189 E MAT encourage others by our faith and cheer but we tiave no right to dishearten them by doubt and gloom A CHICKEN FOR TWO A small chicken costing sixty or seventy cents Is not an extravagance for the small householder who likes to buy economically for a chicken may tie used for several meals of course the number depending upon how much ts eaten A few pieces like the -wings a sec ond Joint or a leg If parboiled and fried in butter will with the gravy and mashed or baked potatoes make a most satisfactory meal Re jnovG the chicken when it is tender and brown to a small platter arrang ing the pfoces as nicely as possible add n tablespoonful of flour to tho -pan In which the chicken was fried arid when lt Is well browned add a cup of milk ...

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. — 6 December 1912

v 13 I I fH M ft I f t I k y IV h St tii i r p IS K ft 11 i 111 ICi PK ftf 1 w w i t Ei WFP m fp wm s THE MAHONING PISFATOH FRIDAY DECEMBER 6 19i2 i I i ---5 Entire Stock of THE WEIL HARTZELL CO will be offered at a fraction of its value at this sale which starts Y MORNING AT 9 Thousands of dollars worth of Holiday Goods and Toys contracted for over a year ago are in and included A splendid opportunity to make your Holi day purchases at a fraction of their value A large sum of cash must be raised which accounts for the following extremely low prices 100 Fountain Pens four teen karat gold point hard rubber barrel splendid for Xmas ffiA giving 9b 20c 25c and 30c tally cards a large assortment your choice 4 - per dozen I lb 5c ink or pencil Tablets thousands to choose from 3c or 3 for 10c 10c ink tablets ruled or plain 7c or 4 for 25c Linen Envelopes regular 10c value royal M wallet size per package IC Safety Ink Stands a con venient and handy A ink well special at UG Our professional ...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 6 December 1912

f v f J r l Jf m J J V- j - 4 iu t MP k I JUDGE ARCHBALD MIHiBsBsfliB9HKBsHI Judge Robert W Archbald of th United States commerce court on trial before the acnate under articles f Impeachment found against him by ths house of representative HIS WIFE TO DEATH YOUNG MACHINIST CONFESSES TO AUTHORITIES OF MURDER ING YOUNG WOMAN Akron 0 Deo 4 Before Prose outing Attorney Frank J Rockwell Sheriff Ferguson and Chief of Police H E Eby of Barberton Harvey Shon ower broke down and confessed that ho had strangled to death his pretty 23-year-old wife Edna Hartgrove Shonower There was no trouble until Thanks giving morning says Shonower in his signed confesslonj Before we got out of bed Thursday morning she told me she had neglected to get meat for our Thanksgiving so first I asked her if I should get up in time to go to the meat market and she said no I said Tuts will you go to the restaurant to dinner She said she didnt want to go but she said If you want to go so bad you go and I will eat din...

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

i I I i If i i ft V S i h P rare- r lit h m f h tm wr okw NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS County teachers examination in Youngstown Saturday Electric lino between Ravenna And Alliance Is noarlng completion Gertrude Bowman has been grant ed a dlvorco from J C Bowman of Columbiana along with 1600 alimony Thomas Parker aged about BO was found dead In bed one morning last week Ho had been In his us ual good health and his death was en tirely unexpected Renewing his subscription W A B Dickson of Richmond lad for merly of Mahoning county writes We feel that wo cannot do without the Dispatch The crop of unpicked bachelors is large but If the girls aro wise this leap year they will let them se verely alone A lot of them aro not worth making a home for The funeral services of the late Sdney HudBon of Nowton Falls were held Friday conducted by the order of Odd Fellows He died Wednesday from cancer of the stomach Harry Blank long a resident of Newton Falls was found dead Bn bed Friday morning He was In his ...

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