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March 29, 1918

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PAGETWO. DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVIBLE, PA. FRIDAY, MAECH 29, 1918. i PEOPLE OF enr ] \ PAY LAST'IUIBUTE top/. WAGNER Tory : 1jffee 'XMiablrag* at'Trinitr JRo- Sora^iT CSnrcfc"lor frnneril Serr~ " ° ~ '.Mr. and. Mrs. 0. E. Wilson; enter- ".tainod Uie IXII club last night at their "home-In West -Green"street. Five ta- to our already large stoct, makes' the most.', complete -showing.^-'-waists 1 .-'in Fayetto.county;, .fit Kabacker's "Big "bies were utilized, aid" allowing the |-Store:?-i.A*r-2'J-l- -games luncheon \vae served. Mr. and -Mrs. John. M. Young will entertain jthfr cUib Thursday evening, April 11, .at "their home in Bast Gre«n street t; 'Miss Mary Catherine .-tertainea- the' F.\ Eta Phi club Jast ".night-at her home in Arc a street". A ·;business-^eetin£._:was_ncld followed ;hya so.cial session', ana: refreshments,' :: Mrs T. J. Hooper was elected first ;i-ice-presiarat of tie Ladies" Aid soV ·rciety of the First Preabytsrian "chr-reh ^instead of Mrs. J. W. Wiird as prev- ·jpuslji- annotmced- .;; The advance sale of seats (or "Odd :Bitts- from -JUte"; a" nome talent vaud- :eville.,;pecfprnianee- t .to '.-I*.- pr.eseatei- ZJlonday. and Tuesday evenings, in the Inew "fugli schoor auditorium for'the benefit of the Imiaaculiti Coneeptiqu; '^chuzch, opened this morning at Het- -zel's drug store. The performance, yhich is oeing given under the direc- iJCtt of · James'-B".' Stader,; promises "to -Jtje. the." best -name--talent-- attraction ·given. .here. ta.recent years. A feature Srill be a "d»nce div-enis«aent"," by Generviw-e Soiseon and Eouia SV'oostar. 'Tha Crystal Globe.v a three at Mr. Smith's home in BelJerernoa. Eor tie best and' "chcapos 1 ;. repairs on. that roof, conductor or .spouting, sea..J?."T:.. Evans'Estate.--?A*v.~: - .Thomas' X'aii.dergrift,- employed^ in the.West Pemr offices here, wilfapend TSaster Sunday at his home..in Mohon- gahela City. :. ·' . . , . , ' ' "One "tot crepe de chine, and "georgette 1 crepe- waiste, values to- .$5.00, Easter waist sale price. J2.D8.J E. Dunn -scene stench, will form one ol ten episodes. ." ,,Mrs. G-..TC." of the Bible lesson at the weekly meeting of - Business "Women's "Christian. association, bdd.last evening in Odd Bellows' Temple, Suppfr was served Ky JIrs..-T- G-.Kincald,: Mrs. '.K B. Eongwell anti-Mrs. Paul Gerke. a. epm- . mittee from-Trinity Episcopal church, : -The King!* Daughters of the First Presbyterian church will meet tomorrow afternoon, at the-home, of Mrs. G. F. Hirst in Blackstone avenue; . · - A t the rei32Sr~meetius.br the Lakes' Circle.^ib?l6b- to the!"William P. the .-Republlcr^a handsome '.quily-dtP nated the circleiby Mrs. .^iary Sjjring- aW woe, ^fcrtf^biil nf * -- M i a * " " ·W^'-TTinff' ..Miss Harriet Bonn, daugSrter of Harry Dnnn ot South Prospect street, is home from Allegheny coBege at Meadviile, for the 1 "Easter vacation 1 . · Have yeu bwisht that, aw.ell.pair of Oxfords or-pumps at Downs' Shoe Store- ,yet for-. Easter, .The \sweU dressers imong. the. women:. will have them on,T--Adv-29r2t,. ; . Miss Mary Aline. Atkinson, .a. student at Wellesley college, is spending her Easter vacation with her mother, Mrs."Aline "Atkinsonbf West ;Apple street..-She will return to school on Tuesday. . .... ' . '.' Uncle Sam"has "taken the only customers I have lost,-but they will in be back when, they get through smashing the. Hun. Dave Cohen,. Tailor.--ad Miss: Mildred' "Wright of- SewJckJey. .is Visiting, relatives here. .Kobacker/s, .fTfie -Big- Store," have just, received, by'express many, fine Easter- suits, coati waists and dresses which, are now on display-and sale.-- Adv.--29-lt . Polly_ and Peggy Mitchell, UtUe ^daughters .of. Mr._ and, Mrs.- Harry i.. Mitchell, of. PittsDjirg-,-are the guests o f : their grandparents, Mr. and .Mrs. Charles Davidson, of .North Pittsburg: street · . . One lot high, class .voile waists, ,reg~ ular J3.50 values, our Easter waist sale-price }I:'9S. .E. Dunn..Store.-- er, was disputed or,-.;:JUss" Wv-King holding the iiicly number. whtch_-was 133." The 3rcTe;..ifi£SSeil"'a~-Ki?ri^pf: {franks thanBSS:Sir^.'Siringer.for'the' quilt and alio : WJ":N.~JX!etie.:ror .d*K paying it in aiwindow ofTis Jt large nuniberi«( tickets" were sold; acd quite a nice-slim was realized' for " " ' jFoiurteen ,menibrs and four' guests attended a:m;eeiangiflf tb* SrErA. Unit- to ths Charleston ConrfortsBnnct oC the Jtavy Jteagne bjet6LI«f-«reiiiBg at ihe home of Mrs. F. 1'. Robinson in South Pjtsburj str«*. .The meeting was in tne-form-of a surprise party -lo.r Hrs. Clara "W-right. -a member of theauxillairy, who has disposed of her property in. South CoarMllwriUe. and will leave next week, for 'Curaberland h? nside. Mrs. "Wright was presented with a handsome -cut;glass cream and - was devoted to Sagr. ,T taittine. for .the. sailoia. The next meeting awill b» held Ttamatey night, ^pril IX at tie hometof itre. John. Cayton. is. "\VasMnston 'svenue. --An att«n»oontoI.'pra}'Et was observed j-esterday affsrnooa ."in tie -First Baptist cliureh ;«atn..ie different wo- men'tt or^nSaBoa 'of ;".th».-chiurch in eharg.e. *^j-- . -- *"U_~"~^ llT^"' ;;E- . . - Ijpd Divis^n irf JKe fedtimore "* 'Ohio railroad, has retarned,'to worjTiafter a.':few da;s visit; with'ihis mo'tiier in Ehiladelphial j(r. 'Wright alsorvlsit- ed lor a short";while in "Washington, D; :, ........ ..,,·...·.. ."...,,.. ".1 he 'best "place to; shop .after tU. HrowneU Bb'oe'Co.-- Adv. , - · · ' · "blisses Jissie". Frant-.es and Gertrude ?Jr. and Mrs..B.' B. SmlUt ant children Will spend the Banter ^holidays ·-3(rs.'Pai!l B. Dick ot South -Tjtts-; SSrg street, is visiting friends in. New ^vrfc ;.: ; . ^. :..,;; ' ; " ^MiM ;Mary ·· SfcConi'eli of Jonnstori 'iS'.in Pittsburg today. .. - ' "jinst.. received a belated : shipment rf;-Saster;^nits; ;cpats: and dresses, wjjici,are mw._ott sale aud'dispiaj"ai .Jtobacter-s Big .-Store,,--44v.-"29-ii '·" iMlsa Careen: Struble, stadent.ai tie Dana~Mnsical Institute, has arrived home to spend the Easter vacation, with" Be'r "parents,'Mr; "and--*trs. J. if. StoiW* - . . . Have you'bought that cwsll pair ot gray boots-or browii kid. yet that so many women are buying rijsht' now: If not. Downs' Slioe Store is readjr to serve you.--Adv.--29-2t. ·· ' Wright,: is hgme from - the Uaiversity of. Pennsylvania^ Philadelphia, to. spend, .the..Easter .vacation with his parents, 4fr. and Mrs. F. "tt*. Wright. . .'. ' K. ~K. Kramer, left last night for Jacksonville, Tli., to join Mrs. Kramer and.theirjiaby. ' They'will'return home Sarj»raay"or"'Sunday..' -'Mr'.,and Mrs. J. A. GuiJer, Mrs. Kramer's parents, will remain in the South "until May.-- ' " . " " "" " ' . *A speciaj lot of suits in. all leading shades, values to J30, Easter ; suit sale price.7f22.50? K;'_Dunn Store.--AdV; ·Miss "Nprar-^nailenbergerv investigator; fpr_;_the;;_Mptb.ere'. _ Assistance Boar4.apyayette-cotmty, was in/hrwn todayron boairiess. . , . - ' Mrs.- Jbhi,Fought, of. the Indian Creek J; reservoir;: visited? friends here Miss" Theima Armstron. ·om the "Western Reserve school. Cleveland, O., for her 3{!asier vacation. est';audiejiceSrsyer":"-'a«8emlied:,'atMhe. Trinity Reformed church funral services for Rev; Chi'J-les Elmer Wag- aer;''pastarT of ;the d-hurch for nearly 11 yeais, wera .conilucted last -evening at 7:30 o'eloefc liy prominent ministers of the Westmoreland clftseis, assisted by Hev. Ellis .E. 'Biingess, representing the MtniBteHal' association. KBT...E.. D. Birigit, pastor of the Yoi,"i : wood Keforrraeil church, presided, an* -Rev. .S.'isi.. MuTS.^of the Second 1 JSeformed /church '-of Greeneburg de- lixered the- sennoni . Hev^W. G. Sykes of. the.' Third '.Refoinned:^. church of GTeejjVurg aair B»y. Ellis ; B. Burgess spoke, whil;e : .Rev.'. "Henry' Dittsman of Riiflsdale, tiffeced Sprayer ." and. pro- iictuncedi to*a beneidltion. Appropriate mSsic' was rendered by a qoaxtef. · '..Other. members. of .the Connclkrville Ministerial :associttiion present in ad- ifition to Rev. BuffigtSB wwe Rev. W. X. Bverhart, Rev. 1 J. H. Lambertson, Rev. Wilbur Nelscm, Rev. J. L. Proud- flt, Rev. J; 'S. .StKnrcrs and Rev. G. L. Rfchai-dson: Tbe,bod- was shipped to Carlisle, Pa... tills morming by Pun- eral Director -Charles C. Mitchell and nanoved tij the htkne of 'a brother-in- law and ilister oC Mrs. Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. '-George. M. Wetzel from Where serrices wiHl -be^held tomorrow iflercooa -*t 2 o'clock;. Interment will be in CluuEchtowui .cemetery. The foiiowing :inemiers of the consistory oi: Trinity Hrfonned chnrch as pairbearerst SblDmon Lepley, E. E. Henderscin, Aieosinder Palmer, C. A. Purbangli, O. Rudolph. Getty and G. A. VISIT PERRYOPOUS Ken anl 3UUi«w 'Beam of Christian Cknzck oa Wmk'9 Schedule. The Men and MfUions team of the Christian church, in layette county visited tie Pern*opolis church last evening. This teaun consists of Rev. Cloyd Goodnight, (Aalrman, of Uniontown; Ri:v. G. W. IJuctener and }. Melvin Grey of Conne'EsvlUc and a member from each locffi congregation vis^ itfid. Tlie team travels.by automobile and is schcdiied for every night until :neit Thursdlay when the campaign -will concla-fle ivith a meeting in, "the Connellsville .church- ,- .The team goes to Belle Vernon tonight. A!l,«cpenses.a"re feeing.borne by a j ^ the Uiiiontown church. Barty.,cpnsisUn6 of J. L.' Kurtz, Bpyd, Dopald Boyd, P. JL Weimer, Harry R-iistofski-and John".L, Gans accompanied the "team. to Perryopolis last r.orocs srxswxsaury. »me «{ Be- i«y Fanons SpeadthrEfte. At a. time when owery good. Influence lends itself to the work of tending thrift and econocny there is a very discordant note In reading about a "new aspirant for fame as a spendthrift. Edward iv". Morrison of Chicago has just confessed that his great fortune exceeding sis miHion dollars has zr».»lied way" and that Jac now possesses .only . Jll-37. -He mi^ht-^have lived fairly weil on ' his income of $300,000.00; but now he has spent the income producing" fortune, which ia like killing .the gooee that laid the golden egg. Savings and cheeking accounts, . The Cttizene ;National Bank, 138 North" PiUsburs street,: Connellsville.--Adv. ' "- .-,:., ; -;. . FABTY- FOR SOI DIE E. Tmnderbtlt Folks Make.Merry for Boj Condnctor TJ«der Knife. - "Glen W.'.Diehi, a Baltimore '· Ohio city, underwent, an operation for appendicitis in the West Penn -hospital, today .in-Pittsburs. .. . ..... -We have- just, Teceised. a. shipment i'f finest Easter waisui, "which -added Patronize those who advertise Malted Barley not only saves wheat in making but produces actual sugar from the grains. ' V .. No sugar is needed with Grape-Nuts and less milk than with the ordinary; cereal. Delicious War Bread Soon to Go Over. Mr, and Mra-'W.' T. "Wilson of'~Van. ? m ? dorb'ilt entertained -Tuesday - evening in honor of their -'son',"-John, 'who was home on a furlough from Camp Her- . Our stocks have been replenished in all departments for the benefit of the late Easter shoppers. Owing to the late shipments by manufacturers and the poor deliveries by express most merchants have been poorly stocked with merchandise for their Easter trade. ! This is not the case with the E. Dunn Store as our New York representatives have been on the job and rushed the manufacturers to get our merchandise out on time and we now have it in our store ready for you to select from. Our stocks of Coats, Suits, Dresses, Waists, Skirts, Muslin Underwear, Petticoats, Millinery, and all goods pertaining to ones Easter dress, are complete in every detail. : Our styles are right and our prices are wonderful considering the prevailing high cost of merchandise. TKe HOME oT QUALITY and SERVICE! 'N. PITTSBURG Jiti BOOST MOVEMENT FOR 100,000 NEW POULTRY RAISERS HOH I/AST JtEETDfC. T. B. C. Class of the Danbai School Has Interesting Session. The T. E. C. of the Dunbar high school held its last meeting this year in the school on Wednesday.. ::·'An interesting program was carried out and each_ member, of- the' class. : discussed the present drive oh the -west- era front' · . . " - . . ' ' · " · ' Fuuny stories were told by Miss Eva Tressler, and dialogues were given by Sara Jacobs,and;Ethnl Moyes, also by Georgetta Scott : and Pauline Groff. William Warne held.'.the part 'ot the joker. ;. ' · - . . " . houM g( , neral over CotUiucd t~nm Pttse Oue. riculturc urges cverj'one who has the proper space to start a ilock and have at least 3I hens during next winter. About Connellsville there has been a tendency on the part ol owners ot srnall Socles to dispose .o/~ them and ritt, Kew Jersey. Private Wilson J e f l j ^ 1 becaMe rt ^ high cost ° E tcetl with the second lot "of draftees for Camp L«e and was transferred to Camp Gordon", being a member of tha 328th Infantry Band at the latter camp. He lelt "We'dnesday morning for Camp.; Merritt, where ho. is now stationed awaiting ' orders. ; A. very pleasant evening was spent in various games, music being, fur-' nished by a victrbla. A very dainty Innch 'was served by ,the hostess. EVERSON BOY SHOWS 'EM HE'S SOME BALL PLAYER OVER THERE Continued frcni PajF? One. menl at Camp Hancock. Thej r expect to move in a Tew weeks, he says. S AJl,ITK SAYS MESSAGE TO AUXT Mrs. Adoni Berkebile, of Somerset, a sister of Corporal I. Clyde Jones, who was reported to have died in i Titus ELKIVER S. PR1NKEV. Elziver S. Prrnkey, 67 years old, well known resident of Bullskiu town- I hop, Charles ship, was found daad in bed this morn^ aa(J Jf ' ss Mae Bishop of Latrobe; Mrs. ing about 4:30-o'clock at his hoiuejJ 2 * Mason of Piftsburgr and Mrs. near the Moore ireir-.orial church, ap-) Isaac Truxcl of Canton, 0. services will be held at 10 o'clock. Interment will be mado iu the Scottdale cemetery. The deceased is survived by his motiier, Mrs. Lucetta Bishop, and the following brothers .anl sisters: William Bishop, Martin Bis- Bishop, Poster ."Bishop* opiexy was the cause of his sudden death. Funeral Simdqj- afternoon at 1. o'clock from the house and at 2 o'clock from the .Moore. Memorial church, with interment in Mount OHve cemetery. Deceased was a son JUDSO.N A. LYOM. Tiie funeral of Jodson ·.. Lyon will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock fron.i the family residence in East Crawford avenue, with Rev. Wil- of Solomon and Rachel Prinitey and 1 Dur Nelson, pastor of tbe First Bapty and stale it would be disastrous Franco on Tueiiday received a coin-1 had "sided in Bullskin township [or j list church officiating. frpra the standpoint ot food supply, munication from the war department. Realizing that, such a stato may come stating that Corporal Jones had ar- to pass the departments of agriculture! rived safely in France but making no .of the state and nation, have been ex-(mention of his death. Corporal Jones perimonting and have worked out a I '*· Somerset some time last fall ration whereby a saving oC $20 a ton; can b 0 saved, it is stated. The great SOMERSET 3IA2 IS drawback, serious because the hatch- ' PROMOTED TO CATTAIIf ing season ia here, is that the food has! Ixuis Cage, of Sornersot, xvho left not yet become available; Even if the i f or France some time ago, has been M.OYB COXUf V . · . - ' . . . . ... EIECTRIGAITi JfGDTEEBS; . oi, ai employe of-..the labra-. tory of, the West · Penn"'Power company, lias, enlisted'in?'ti!e-37t!i:-Regi-. close-to 3,000,000' chicks for sale. poultrymen had the formula they would not be able to buy the ingredients in the markets at such prices as *o effect the saving the government promises. . .: Commissioners. Henderson and Bndsloy arc hopeful, however, that before ; long dealers will have the ration and they are encouraging all who have space enough for a smalJ tlock-- a half dozen to a dozen or more hens-to raise them and thus help tide over the food crisis confronting the nation and.'the worliS , . . ^ order to help with the movement and.'to let everyone who. is interested in poultry knoV' where baby chicka and hatching eggs.are purchasable in the. State, the Bureau of Markets of tie" Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture has prepared and published a list o£ poultry keeper's who have promoted to captain, according to word received from him on Tuesday. Captain Cage is a member of the United States fiyiag corps. " IS O.NXY UFE IS THE VORLD, STDuLWAGO-S SATS Alphonsus StiUwa-gon, who is stationed at San Antonio, Tex.; writes his uncle, WilJiam P. Stillwagoa, th:.t he Kcpects to be sent to New York, for what, purjwse the letter does not state. He enlisted only receatiy. ''I am feeling fine," he says. "TMs is the only liSe in the world for a young fellow." some time past. He is survived by j his widow, Mrs. Mary M. Prinkey, and j tha following children: Loren B. I Prinkey, Connellsville; Mrs. Laura M.! Franks, Connellsville; Mrs. Alverda j G. Green, ot Madison, Pa.; Jackson ] D. Prinkey, somewhere in France; j Hannah M., Henry 0. and George \ Prinkey all at lome. One nalf-liroth- er, Aionzo Leicnliier of Conncl.'.sville also survives. WILLIAM HIKER. William Miner, colored, 45 years old, is dc-ad at the home of Mrs. Ella Smith,. No. 308 Crawford avenue, West Side, following an illness of heart trouble. JESSIE G1LMORE. Jessio Gilrnore, six . months old, twin daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Gilmore of Franklin tosvnship, died last night at the family residence near Dickcrson Run. Funeral tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock from the house, with interment in Bryan cemetery. Key. H. A. Baum of tic Cocii- ran ^femorial church at Dawscn, will officiate. RICHARD AKCHBOLD. The funeral of Richard Archbold, v.'ho died at his home at Lc : :scnring No. 3, was be!3 this afternoon from the residence of a sistsr of Ihe fie- * The body was removed to Funeral D:- j parlors ceased, Mrs. Goorge Perry in Beech- HEB.TVICK US' FEASCE. Quay P. Herwick, who is with tie 172nd Aero Squadron, writes his parents that he has arrived safely in France. rcent Electrical; Engineers which is being recruited for .immediate 1 , service in France. He leaves tomorrow to report -for 'duty at Fort Meyers, Va. SAM isiis MAY . \ BE OH BATTLE- USE. In a letter received by E. .R. Kooscr. from Sam Inks, who is with the engineer^', somewhere.-in .jEiYauce, Sam writes that he expected-soon to be on the battle' front. The letter was received by Mr.-Kopser early this week.. St«rk teaTCB Daughter. ;, A daagltter,. Helen. .Meckes, was born Tuesday to Mr. -ana Mrs! Franlt i.Meckes of South Arch, street. ' · '· If Ton Arc Hunting Bargain! Read the »ivertiseing columns of The Daily Courier, You TrUV.flnd them. This, bulletin is arranged so that the MT - BKADBOCK.BOT STAY I · . BJJ S3LVSHLYO HTJIT LISHS poultrymen offering chicks for salt, are listed by counties and persons obtaining the bulletin arc able to decide where to secure chicks close to home. Tie chick list can. be'secured by writing the Department of Agriculture at Harrlsbui'g, In Somerset -Draft. Phillippt of Connellsville is among the draftees from'District No. 1;' Somerset county,* who will leave Thursday for Camp tee, Petersburg, Va. Jacques Easter Reception. Easter Tuesday, April 2nd;. Kiferle'g Jazz Orchestra.---Mar. 29 3td. .Patronize,, those .whO'..adverti3e, Lloyd L. Landman or Mount Braddock has? been in France for tbe past six months, according to a letter received by his brother. t,an(*.man went over wiLh a light artillery regiment and has had an opportunity to see muck of tbe French territory. rector J. E. Sims' funeral from where the funeral will be held. The deceased was a laborer for the. Casparis Stone company. JACOB RO3BNBURG. Jacob Rosenberg, a well 3;nown junk dealer of the West- Side, died yesterday morning at his home No. 158 North Second street, following an : view avenue, Pitlsburg i The Royal Pool Room will open oa i Saturday afternoon, .March 30th at 200 . i Nor.lh Pittsburg siret-t to all.ite pa: irons. The best place in town.--Adv. illness of The body v. T as shipped Musterqle Loosens Up Those StiS Joints--Drives Out Para You'H taov? -why thousands use Mas- tcrole once you espsrisnce the glad rs- to Pittstiurg !ast eveniue on^E. 0. . train No. 5, and removed to the home : of Harry Rosenberg, from which the j funeral was held. ' ; ELMER E. COLUBIAN. The -time for the funeral ot Elmer lief it fiives. Ellsworth Colaman. has bucn. chr-ngeci Get a jar Et once from the nearest from 3 to 3:30 o'clock tomorrow alter- *?.5. st S5:' ft '·? a , c ! l r? n i.*'?£j OIn S!5* noon frooi ihc family resilience in Morrell avenu'e. Green-wood. JOSEPH A. WA143DR. - : than a mustard pltsrcr end doss not I blister, Brirgs casa me! comfort while .' it is being rubbed oa! Mustercle ia roccmrocndcd by raanj the home of His brother, STUBEy'l 1 DT KEBJCAl RESERVE COUPS '' Walker at Rockwood folloVing an ill- Frofterick C. -Hetzel, a -student in ness of pneumonia. the Columbia University school - of j ' physicians and surgery, and also. a momber of the Medical Reserve Corps, Joseph A. Walker aiecl Tuesday at: drctor^and nureca MiUcns of j=rs are Silas" 4 ; U£ed afi ?- 1J2 l'7 or tecr.ciaO!V croup, _sSfl, risy, rleu- is spending the Easter holidays at the home of his inotuer, JUrs. Maggie Het- zci, in Race street Although enlisted iii the Reserve Cor;ps, Hetzol wiil be required to finish his course before he is'called! to-service. FEANK L. BISHOP. Frank 1* EiiAiop, a former -well back cr jcint^ sprain?, sore muscles, bruises, chilblains, £rc£tctl fc^t; colds oi the chest (it oitzn. preveats pneiunoaia). JOc and S)c jars; bospi'isl s" luiown resident of Scottdale, and a veteran df the Spanish American war, died yesterday in Chicago. Tbe body will arrive at Scottdale tomorrow morning and will be removed to the First Baptist church, where funeral

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