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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1914.
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In pursuance of the law, I, 0. N., Winkle, Treasurer of IliKlilund County, Ohio,
mills levied on often dollar or proporty listed for taxation within said Oounty for the yo.tr 1U14
F0UBTATliP0ni'09ESi General Slate Fund, .15 of a mill j Uoad Fund. 3Jof a mill.
FOR OOUNTY PUKPOSf&i Oounty Fund, 1.09 in.; Judicial Fund, .17 m.j Inllrmary,
Fund, .21 m.: Soldiers' Itellef FundV.lS m.i Klootlon Fund, .07 m,i Ilopalr Fund. .25 m.j Wind
Ilalniboro Agriculture Society Fund, .05 m.: Xload Fund by vote, .5 m. s Total 3.5 mills.
FOIHiOOAD PURPOSES! See table bolow:
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1 Liberty Township 453.5 .57 077 .('74 .ftN 1.08 5,6 1
L2 Htllsboro School 453.54475 (KZ .074 .OS) ...1.075 J5 2
3 PennSchool 453.53.5(1 087.074 .1129 1.09 8G 3
4 Paint School .v 453.68.783 .061.074 .029 1.067 8.8 4
5 Washington School 4". 355. .047.074 .K9 1.05 .... 10 5
6 New Market School 453.55. .047.074 .KB ........105 10. 6
7 Union School .45.4.51.22 .027 074 .H2 1.0.1 B.2 7
8 Htllsboro Corporation. , 453.54.475 .089.074 1(13 6 .7 1.488 I .114 3.212 5.218 13.8 8
8 New Market Township i , 453.55. .537.... 6"3 .52 1.75 10 7 9
10 Liberty School .453.5 .57 5U7 Oftf 52 1.78 6 3 10
11 Washington School 453.55. .537 bl .52 1.75 10 U 11
12 HamerSchool., - 45J.52.4 -537 .. .6i3 52 1.75 8.1 12
13 Whlteoak School 45354.53 .537 om .52 1.72 10 2 13
14 Fairfield Township 453 55. ,029.05s .3U3 4 9 4 14
15 Highland School'....., , 453.54.860 .0W 058 .303 49 93 15
16 Leesburg School .453 53.8(5 .064.058 .303 485 , 8.3 IB
17 PennSchool .. , 45J.5356 .009 .058 .363 49 8 00 17
IB Paint School 453.53.783 ,04t .058 .363 467 8 2 18
19 Fayette School , 453.52.5 129.058 .363 55 7 00 19
20 New Vienna School 453.54.3 .028 058 363 45 . 8.7 20
21 Highland Corporation 43.5486.) .0 9.058 087 2 085 403 1.115 4.503 13 4 21
22 Loo"burg ....-....., 453.53.865 .02) 05s !. .087 .b05 .6111.643 J.039 4.898 12.8 22
23 Brushcreelc Township 45355. .462 3 .5 .5 .088 1.85 10.8 23
24 Jackson School .453.55. .465.3 .5 .5 .088 1.85 10.8 24
25 Marshall School 453.55 ' .465.3 .5 .5 .088 1.85 i 10.8 25
26 Sinking Spring School ... 453.55 .465.3 .5 .5 .088 1.85 10.8 26
27 Oarmel School , .453.57.22 .432.3 .5 .5 088 1.83 ., 13.0 27
28 Sinking Spring Corporation 45 3.ft 7.031 .451.3 751 .834 .234 1.068 12.8 28
29 Paint Township 45d.53.783 .181 .147 1.105 184.05 1.667 9.4 29
30 Carmel School 1 ; 453.57.22 .144 .147 i 105 .184 ,05 1.630 12.8 30
81 Union Township , 45 3.5 122 ... 181 .43') 63 5.8 31
32 Russells School , 45 3.5 .931 .1C0. 459 619 5.5 32
83 New Vienna School 45354.3 .191.4.9 . .. 65( 8.0 33
34 Lynchburg School . 453.51.683 .208.459 667 6.3 34
35 Madison Township 453.5512 .on 181 .859 1130 10.2 35
30 Green (I eld Corporation 453.5ft.12 09 .181 271 .635 .978 .807.039.. 3.5 5.959 15.3 36
37 Concord Township 453.54.88 1.19 13 39 26 1.97 10 8 37
38 Washington School 453.55. 107 13 .39 .26 1.92 10.8 38
39 Now Market School , 453 55. 1.17 .13 .39 .26 1.95 ..., 10.8 39
40 EagleSchool i .453.54.2 1.17 .13 .39 .26 1.05 10. 1 40
-II White Oak School , 453.54.53 1.14 .13 39 .26 1.92 10.4 41
-12 Jackson Township 4 3.55. 1.064 0S7 .525 .087 .087 1.85 10.8 42
43 Washington School . ,... .453.55. 1.064.087.525.087 037 1.85 10 8 43
44 Salem Township 453.54.07 .14 .14 .56 .56 .28 .. ..1.68 , 0.7 44
45 Clay School 453.54.99 .12 .14 .53 .56 28 1.66 10 6 45
46 Whlteoak Township 453.54.53 .015.023 .321.091.07 52 9 46
47 EagleSchool 453.54.2 .045.023 .521.091.07 55 8.7 47
48 Clay School .453.54.99 .055.023 321.091.07 56 T5 48
49 Mowrystown Corporation 453.54.53 .015.023 038 .73 . 1.552 2.282 10.8 49
50 Dodson Township 45 3 5 4.160 .17 .08 .226.171 043 690 8.8 50
51 Union School 453 5 122 .21 .08 .226.171 730 7.0 51
52 Lynchburg School 453.51.683 247.0s .226.171 043.767 6.4 52
53 Lynchburg Corporation 45 3.51683 .17 .08 25 364 .20.1 2. 199 .071 ... 32 2.897 0.1 53
54 OlayTownshlo .; 4i3.54.99 .536.165 .277 .277 .222 .. .083 1.56 10.5 54
55 Iluford School '. 453.55.518 .508 165 .277.277 222 .. .oai 1.532 11.0055
5 Salem School , 453.54.07 .556 .Ho .277.277.222.. 08,11.58 9 6 56
57 Marshall Township 453.55. .614.150 .780 1.55 10.5 57
58 Washington School 453.55 .614.156 .78J 155 10,5 58
59 Jackson School. 453.55. .614.156 .780 1.55 10 5 59
b0 Carmel School 45 3.5 7.22 .594.150 .780 ,1.53 12.7 60
61 llruKhcreek School 45355. .614.150 .780 1.55 10 5 61
62 Hamer Township 453.52.4 3 48 .09 .597.477.238 1.75 8.1 02
83 New Market School 453.55. 3 48 .09 .597 .477 .235 ...... 1.75 10.7 63
64 Clay School 453.54.99 3 49 .09 .597 .477 .235 ...... 1.76 10.7 64
65 Washington Township i 453.5 j. 1.016 201 ... 403 1.65 10 6 05
66 Liberty School 453.5 .57 .976.201 ... ,4i 1.58 6.1 06
67 Marshall School , 453.55. 1.010.201 ... .403 1.65 10 6 07
68 New Market School , 453.55. 1.046.201 403 1.65 10.6 08
09 Concord School 453.5 4.88 .966.201 .... 403 1.57 10.4 09
70 Jackoon School 45355. 1.046.201 .... 403 1.65 10.6 70
71 Penn Township 453.53.50 560 .106 424 1.09 8.6 71
72 Union School 45351.22 .500.116 .... 424 103 6.2 72
73 Liberty School 453.55.7 .550 106 424 1.08 5.0 73
74 Fairfield School 453.55. .520.106 424 1.05 10. 74
75 Paint School 453.53.783 .537.106 424 1.067 8.8 75
76 New Vienna School 453.54 3 .520.106 424 ....1.05 9.3 76
77 Leesburg School 453.53.865 5551. 1061 ....1.424 1.... 1.0851 1 1 8.9 77
The school lovy given opposite each township applies to all the property of the township school districts Including the attached
territory, formerly joint sub-districts of other civic townships.
Hlllsboro, Ohio, October 26, 1014.
A Few Suggestions in Regard to Taxes.
The Hrst half of tne taxes for 1914, together with all
former delinquencies are, payable on or before Decem
ber 20, 1014, tbe remaining half are due and payable on
or before June 20, 1015.
Those owing last June taxes are delinquent, and must
be paid not later than December 20, 1014, or such prop
erty will be advertised and sold on the hecond Tuesday
of Feb., 1015. Some tax-payers have been In the habit
of paying the December tax and tbe preceding June tax
together, tnlnklntr that they are paying the full year's
tax. All such are paying tbe last half of one year's tax
and tbe first half of tbe following year's tax, and thus
paying fifteen per cent, penalty on the preceding June
tax. The proper way to pay a full year's tax without
penalty is to pay In December for December and the
following June.
Dog tax is payable in the December collection.
When asking by letter for tbe amount of taxes, desig
nate your property clearly, In whose name, in what
township, taxing district, number of acres, what town,
number of lot, always Inclosing stamps for reply.
Remember, the property stands on the treasurer's
books la tbe name of tbe owner on Feb. 3, 1014, and tbe
duplicate delivered to the treasurer In tbe fall remains
unchanged for one year.
Bring or send your last receipts; tbls will assure cor
rectness In description.
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BELL'S OPERA HOUSE, DEC. 19
Coming to See You
With dear Mrs. Wiggs and
and all the famous Wiggs
children. Pessimistic Miss ,
1 Hazy- beautiful Lovey Mary
and "The Steady Mr;
Stubbins.
pAfcKfeft-i
HAIR BALSAM
A toilet preparation of merit.
. Help to eradicate dandruff.
I C DotAlHrf "! nil
Bttaut r to Gray or Faded Hair J
600. ana i wt imgmn.
OF TAXATION
Payment of
The systematlo efforts by railroad
authorities to cut down the accident
) 1st by suppressing trespassing on the
tracks is bearing fruit.
do lioreby (five notlco that tbo number of
l) us fol ows:
Total .45 of a mill.
.3 m.j Brldgo Fund.. BJ m j Children's Homo
Fund. .07 m.i Mothers' l'enslon Fund, .03 m. ;
taxes with any commodity other than
"legal tender" Is by courtesy of Treasurer onl). When
checks are received for taxes and not paid on presenta
tion, taxes will be restored to duplicate without, fur
ther notice.
Examine your tax receipts carefully and hee that
all your real and personal property appears thereon.
The law says In Sec. 1901 that If tbe taxes are not
paid as required, viz: By Dec. 20 and June 20, the
"County Treasurer SHALL proceed to collect tbe same
by distress, or otberwlse, together with a penalty of 5
per centum on the amount of taxes delinquent.
Avoid penalty by paying on or before December 20.
While every effort will be made to accomodate the
public, ou urgently requested to call early, and pay
your taxes, and thus save yourselves and the Treasurer
much time and trouble and prevent a disagreeable rush
at the close of tbe season.
The treasurer's olllce will be open from 8 a. ra. to
12 m., and from 1 to 4 p. m. Tbe remainder of the day
is absolutely necessary for other essential duties. Of
fice closed on all legal holidays.
Treasurer's office, Highland County, Hlllsboro, Ohio.
O. N. WINKLE, County Treasurer.
NEW PETERSBURG.
November 30, 1014.
Rev. Ryan commenced a series of
meetings at tbe M. E Church last
night.
Ellsworth Luttrel and son, Robert,
visited M. F. Garraan over Sunday.
Jacob Shivers, of Illinois, is visiting
his brother, Robert Shivers.
Harry Kelso, of Dulutli. Minn., is
the guest of T. M. Cope and other rel
atives herd.
Georgia Ambrose, of Cincinnati,
spent Thanksgiving with her parents.
Earnest Sharp and Edna Taylor, of
Sabina, visited Glenna Garinan on
Thanksgiving.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Cummlngs vis
ited his mother at Marshall Saturday
and Sunday and attended quarterly
meeting
The Willing Workers will give a
masquerade and ice cream supper on
New Years Eve. Everyone invited.
Robert McMullen and Miss Isabel
ITugglns, pf Hlllsboro, called on Eliza
Pearce Sunday.
Far value in 1913 of capitalization of
railroads in the United States was
810,700,125, 7J2.
Obituary.
McGuire was born near
Clermont countv. Onlo.
James T
Ualavla, in
April 21, 1850, died at Hlllsboro, Ohio,
November 14, 1914 He was married
to Josephine Burnett, April 25, 1875.
To this union was bjrn six children.
one daughter, Mrs. Harvey Scarbor
ough, and live sons, Harry, George,
Charles and James, of Hlllsboro, and
LeRoy, of Cincinnati. He united with
the M. E. Church, at Datavia, after
wards becoming a member of thesame
church at Hlllsboro, and was such at
the time of his death.
By the hand of the death ancel. we
are reminded of the frailty of man,
and that this world Is not our abiding
place, and that we must all soon leave
it and render an account of our stew
ardship here.
James T. McGuire was that noblest
work of God. an honest man. He was
a kind and affectionate husband and
father, making his home cheerful and
happy, and was greatly loved bv his
neighbors. The writer can never for
get his kindness and gentle adminis
tration to himself and family, during
times of sickness, and no man was
more thoughtful, tender-hearted, and
ready to render assistance on such
occasions.
Mr. McGuire had been for manv
years engaged in the milling business
at Hlllsboro, and was very well and
most favorably known to a large num
ber of people. A few months ago his
health began to fall, and during the
past summer and fall he has been un
able to work, but he never comolalned
of his affliction, and was always cheer
ful and thoughtful of his family and
friends, and seemed not to want to
worry them or cause them uneasiness
as to his condition. When the end
came it was sudden and unlooked for,
and was a great shock, not only to the
family but to his friends as well, but
knowing him as we had for so many
ears, we have faith to believe that he
was prepared for the great change that
came to him, and must come to all.
He was a great lover of children, and
took especial pride in his grand-child
ren, and they were very fond of him,
and during the time he has been 11,
he could often ba seen on the veranaa
of his home, with his wife, children
and grand children about him, truly a
happy family.
He will be greatly missed bv familv
and friends, but they will have the
satisfaction of remembering his many
acts of kindness, and that he lived to
make others happy, and he would not
have tham sorrow, but remember that
the Heavenly Father takes care of the
widow and the fatherless, If they but
put their trust In him.
When I am dead If men can say,
lie helped the world upon Its way,
With all his faults of word and deed
Mankind did have borne little need,
Of what he gave, then in my grave.
No g. eater honor shall I crave.
It they can say. if they but can.
lie did his best, he played the man.
HIk ways were straight ; his soul clean ;
Ills fallings not unkind nor mean,
He loved his fellowmen, and tried
To help them all be satisfied.
But when I'm gone, if even one
Can w eep because my life Is done,
And feel the world is something bare,
Because I am no longer there :
No matter, I shall be content.
CARD OF THANKS,
The family wish to thank all friends
and the different orders who were so
very kind. Mrs. McGuire and Family.
BEAVER MILL.
November 30, 1914.
A number of the farmers have been
shredding corn the past week.
Mrs. Emma Spargur spent Sundav
afternoon with Mrs. P. A. Simpson.
Several from here attended the fun
eral of Enos Eubanks at Carmel on
Sunday morning. Interment was
made at Cynthiana.
Mrs. Fred Spargur entertained on
Tuesday night her sister, Eva Eu
banks, and Faith Sams.
The house being built for Robert
Lucas is nearlng completion.
James Sams and family entertained
the fo lowing guests witn a Thanks
giving dinner : Clyde Barrett and
family, of Marshall, Frank Lucas and
wife, and Robert Lucas and family, of
Millwood, and J. o. Sams and family.
of Carmel.
Jinrikishas, rubber-tired, with ball
bearings and nickel plated wheels, are
popular in Tsinaufu, China.
They
AH Admire Them
Even The Mouse
PEnPKOTION lOur 83 VAIUETIES OF IIOS-
In Nflm '1PIFV each In n M..a hw Itaalf
Style and Fitv rvCDCCrTIflW
F HOSIERY
irlll nntwonr ,m atrwktno' In
the n'arket. A guarantee for
erery pair for one month.
6 Popular Styles
Style 130 Ladles' Pure Silk.
Sl.OOs Black, White, Tan. Pink,
Light Blue. (Worth Sl.tO.)
Style 168 Ladles' Silk Lisle.
40oi Blaok. Tan, Whit.
(Worth 60c.)
.Style St Men's Pure Silk,
uuoi jiiacK, lan, wmte.
(Worth 76c.)
Style 60 Men's Silk Ltile,
3So; Black, Tan. White. Oray,
Nary. 3 pr. J1.00. (Worth 60o )
Style 21 Men's Lisle (heavy
reli-bt). Blaok only. 25c.
iWelin
Su
a .iju-h ui uuisizes
fnr ,.., ln.Hna
Style 216 Boyi1
Litis (heary weirjit)
BUck onlr. 25c
Perfection Sales Agency
ms ARCH ST., rim., FA.
Hoilery Direct from Mill to th Horn.
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PRICETOWN.
November 30, 1014
Miss Dorothy Hartnun spent Sun
day with her uncle, Otis iUrker.
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Faris, of Hllls
boro, spent Thanksgiving with his
mother, Mrs. Eliza Farls.
Wm Dale and family, of Washing
ton G. II., were guests of his mother,
Mrs. Rebecca Swaim, Thanksgiving.
Mr. and Mrs J. i. Foust entertain
ed Otis Barker and family and John
Smith and family recently.
Charley barr and family are resi
dents of this place and Cliff Shaffer
has moved to the Barr farm.
Misses Mary and Lizzie McLauchlin
entertained about seventy-live of
their friends Friday night. All re
port a good time.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Stultz spent
Thursday with Pet Hawthorne and
wife near Dodsonvllle.
George Burket and family spent
Sunday with Bert Young and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Worth Gossett and
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Farls. of Hllls
boro, spent Thanksgiving with Frank
Foust and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Charles vis
ited Arvllle Ruble and wife Sunday.
Mrs. Relgh Jones, of Danville, snent
Friday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
John McConnaha.
On Thanksgiving evening the I. O.
O. F. Lodge gave a banquet The
menu consisted of roasted turkey.
goose, duck, chicken and many other
things. They remembered Aunt Re
becca Swaim, the widow of A. J.
Swalm, after whom this lodge was
named, by sending her a roasted
chicken, turkey and some cake as a
token of respect. The music was fur
nlshed by W. S. Barker, Ozro Barker,
Willie Turner and Charley Roush.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomp. Duncason and
sons, of Lynchburg, were guests of
Mr. and Mrs D. A. Pulllam recently.
Opal Martin, of Hollowtown, Is
helping Mrs. Ora Workman with her
household duties.
The Y. P. S. C. E. was well attend
ed Sunday evening. The next meet
ing will be held Sunday evening, Dec.
13. Let everybody come and attend
these meetings.
Mr. and Mrs. Alva Gossett and son,
D wight, and daughter, Miss Mary,
and Hoyt Leininger were guests of
Elmer Gossett and family at Needful
Sunday.
Mrs. Addle Foust and Mrs. Emma
Landess called on Aunt Marlah Ruble
near nollowtown Sunday afternoon,
m Mi f
Sick Headache.
Sick headache Is nearly always
caused by disorders of the stomach.
Correct them and the periodic attacks
or sick headache will disappear. Mrs
John Bishop, of Roseville, Ohio
writes: "About a year ago I wss
troubled with indigestion and had sick-
headache that lasted for two or three
days at a time. I doctored and tried a
numberof remedies but nothlnir helDed
me until during one of those sick spells
a rrlend adviseJ me to take Chamber
Iain's Tablets. This medicine relieved
me in a short time. For sale by All
Dealers. adv
CATALPA GROVE.
Nov. 30, 1914.
A. E Wilkin and family and Ira
Cadwallader and family were the
guests Sunday of Nick Dolinger and
family, of near Allensbuig.
Ed Stubbs and wife, of Lvnchbure
spent Friday night and Saturday with
L. w. Fawley ana family.
Miss Elizabeth Walker, of Seven
Mile, spent Thanksgiving with Clark
uaawaiiader and family.
Claude Ileizer and son and Mrs
Chas. Boyle, of near Hillshorn. enlnvprl
bunday with Albert Davidson and
- , - - T .. JWJ W.
family.
O. L. Roush, wife and two daugh'
ters spent Thursday with Geo. Pugli
and wife, of Fairview.
Albert Davidson and wife and Mrs,
Amanda Roush spent Thursday with
Walter Harshbarger and family, of
Point Victory.
D. W. Fawley and daughter, Blanch,
spent Thursday with Sam Myrtlln, of
near Harwood.
GOLAR.
Nov. 30, 1914.
James West and family spent Sun
day with relatives at Winchester.
King Stanforth and family visited
Orland Polk and wife last Sunday.
Mrs. Myrtle Post spent Sunday with
relatives' at Clear Creek.
Harry Post and wife and J. D. Post
spent Sunday with Mrs. Mary Mc-
Coppln, of Carmel.
Glen Stanforth and stster, Miss
Verda, attended meeting at Prospect,
Sunday evening.
Earl Mason spent Sunday with
Frank Mason and wife
Starling Post called on Fred Post
and family Sunday.
D. H. Elliott and family spent last
Sunday with J. D. Post and family.
Mrs. Myrtle Post visited Miss Etta
Post Tuesday.
Rev. Ralsch filled his regular ap
pointment at Prospect, Sunday.
prof$8$ional (Smria.
S. R. HOWARD,
VETERINARIAN
MILLSBORO
Both Phonctiln 01llc!nd Residence
J. i'KANK WILSON. N. CRAIO M'BRIDS
WILSON & McBRIDE.
ATTOllN IS YS-AT-LiAW.
Office Short St., Opp. Court Home
I. W. C RET,
DRNTIBT,
i'ean Big
Home 'Phone 340
tUl.L8I!OBO,,
Bell 'Phone US
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McCONNAUGHEY, M.
Mlllaboro, Ohio.
Orrioi' Id Holmes
Strpt
Building, Noitt HitA
Ottwi Boors: 8 to i
m.
2 to and .
Both 'Phones In Offlce and Retldence
SIMON HIDER.
THE FLORIST.
For Your Flo-were.
KIINCAID & SON
SUCCESSORS TO HDIiLE & TUBKIK
Funeral Directors & Embalmars
1A Full Line of High Grade
BOTH PHONES
HILLSBORO ICE DELIVERY
WHOLESALE AIM) RETAIL
Prompt Dcllery. Courteous Treattreat
Your Patronage Solicited
STEVENSON & STEVENSON
PROPRIETORS
(Successors to J. C, Koch)
Otttcekear or Traction? Depot
Home Phone J44
Will You Be One?
Our customers are our
best adv ertisements.
Every pair of glasses
fitted by ussells others.
We are human never
satisfied. We want to
add you to our chain.
To fit you is to fit
your friends in the fu
ture. We correct all defects
of the eye that glasses
will remedy.
Or. C. F. Paris.
THE EYESIGHT SPECIALIST
Office 1 door East of Economy store
Main Street, Hlllsboro, O.
DUNN'S CHAPEL.
Nov. 30, 19U,
Mrs. Anna Welblev SDenr, last uoair
with relatives at Fairview and Har
rlsburp. Jamie Burton is SDendincr several
days with Steward Burton and family.
i. L. Crosen and familv and Mr
Stewart Burton attended the funeral
of Mrs. Rachel Deck, at New AnMnei,
Sunday.
Harley Ladd and wife and Mrs. M.arv
Gorman called on relatives here
Thanksgiving day.
Miss Mercer, of New Vienna, spent
Saturday night and Sunday with Miss
Mozelle Hopkins.
Frank Sharp and family ana Emma
Wiley spent Thanksirlvintr with r.afn
Calloway.
John Adams and wife and Stanley
Brewer and wife snent Sundav win,
Arthur Fawley and wife.
Nellie Johnston spent Thanksgiving1
with Ina Welbley.
Clarence Kler and familv snent Sun.
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day at Allen Purdy's.

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