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Mr. Joe WeUel and son of Columbus
Visited with his daughter, Mrs'. Dert
"White, tho past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Frailer visited
Kh relatives In Mt. Vernon over Sun
day. f r. Dell Mitchell and family visited
erfth friends In Columbus tho past
Mrs. Maud Turner visited with her
fchfter, Mrs. Athertou, at Newark, the
Mrs. Ruth Daker of Contorburg, vis
Med with Mrs. F. G. Jacksou last week.
Mr. Allen Coon of llutlcr, visited
wlta his mother, Mrs. Barn Coon" the
lr. and Mrs. Harry llownrd moved
rom Chestorvlllo to- Froderlcktown
he past week.
Mrs. J. E. Dalrymplo visited friends
la Now York the past weok and will
also visit other eastern points before
In an Interview with a representative
tram a wholesale supply house at
Philadelphia, Pa., he uuld that Mr. D.
M. lirumback of this placo wan hand
Has the largest number of turkeys of
any concern In the state of Ohio. Tho
latter has been sending out firtoen hun
dred dressed turkeys per day for somo
ttao past. D. K. Hurst A Co. of this
placo arc also handling a largo number
t turkeys and chlcknns at Ibis time.
Our dealers hero pay tho bostprlco for
produce, preparo It in tho host manner
and ship It to tho market Uiat will pay
the. heat prices.
Mr. David M. Ilryant, who has been
eriuusly ill at the homo of his sou
'west af town for sevoral weeks past,
died an Tuesday morning from pneu
snonla, being eighty years of age. Ho
leaves two sons, Mr. Samuel and Mr.
llurr liryant and four grandchildren.
Mr. Ilryant was married twice, his
first wlfo being MlRtr Abblo Strnblo and
has second wlfo MIhb Abblo Kooto.
Dr. Williams died nt his homo' 'in
Chostorvillo on Sunday last from ap
oplexy. Ho leaves a wlfo and one
daughter anil one grandson. Tho fun
eral was bold on Thursday at 2 p, m.
The doctor has practiced medicine In
this neighborhood for years, being sov-cnty-llvo
at tho time of his death, and
loaves a host of friends.
Mr. I.. 1). Ackorman made u IiuhIiicsh
trip to Manstlcld on Saturday last.
Mrs. Mary Shurr who has been vis
iting relatives In Mt. Vernon, returned
homo tho- past week.
Mr. Wilbur Chllcoto and family vis
ited with' Mr. ami Mrs. N, 0. Levering
at Kdlson last Sunday.
Mrs. Mllsa Vail of Mt. Vernon, vlsHil
with friends In this vicinity tho past
Mr .and Mrs. K. 13. Pawnor and clill
4ren visited tbo former's brother at
taaluna, Ohio, tho past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Harley VanSlckto and
Children, of llloomllcld visited with
4TSff jmd Mrs. Orln VauSlcklo last Sun-
Mr. W. H. Eastman who has been
visiting her father at (lallon tho past
week ruturnod homo on Monday ovon
tag of this week.
Mr. Frank Hess who had his house
fluid, goods burned a few weeks ago
Jkai bmpn uwanled tho lusurauco for
-MUulors of tho Methodist brother
"awod, who woro rabbit hunting on
Monday returned with forty which
'were used at tho annual hainiunt glv
a hy tbo brotborhood on Monday ov
ilng, Mrs. W. S. Cummlngs visited with
or daughter, Mrs. J. W. I'age, at Tills-
feairg, I'a., the past week.
Mr. J. II. Foolo and family took an
, automobile rldo to Delaware a couple
f daya liiHt week. ,,
Mr. Leo Cox of I.os Angeles, Cali
fornia, was a guest at. the homo of
Mlut Laura Itlgby the past week.
Mr. Ilyron Davis has purchased tbo
John Canua placo, where ho expects
soon to movo his family. Mr. Hurt
nllker will move to tho Davis farm.
MUa lllanch Crumer of Clyde, Ohio,
vlalted with hor cousin, Miss Winnie
lohr, tho past weok.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Klsh, who visit
M their sons In Chicago, Illinois, re
turned homo tho past weok.
Mr. James Wyker expects to movo
from Waterford to Froderlcktown tho
4at of tbo month.
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Kooto visited with
tftsds In New Philadelphia, and Min
imi City, Ohio, tho past wook.
Mm, Orango Htrublo of Caacasawa,
feaadn. visited with her parent, Mr.
anO. Mrs. A. F. (Jantt, the past week,
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Toblu of Hell
lOle, tlslted with Mr. and Mrs. A. F.
antt in this place the past week.
Mca. O. C. Ruckmaster and son visit
sMr. and Mrs. W. J. Iluckmastor In
Mt. Liberty a few days last weok. '
Mr. James Htllloy, who was boru
vaat ir this place In 1821, died at his
Ibssii In Now Wichita, Kansas, on tho
"URh of this month.
Dr. Austin I'hllpott of Delaware
imtrict Hiipcrlnlcndont of Mnnstlold
District, will conduct quarterly confer
ace at M. K. church Friday at 2:30.
Communion services on Sunday
warning conducted by pastor, Dr.
Tfcllnott will preach Sunday ovonlng.
Mar. and Mrs, 3. D. Jones are visit-
; at Pavonla, Ohio, this weok.
Mr. and Mrs, W. C. Douman and
daughter were guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs.' J. M. Thomas, last Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Howard of
Chestervllle visited with their son In
this place last Sunday.
Mrs. Allom, who has been visiting
tho family of W. C. 8mlley for several
months past, returned to her homo in
Philadelphia, Pa., on Monday.
Mrs. Justin Auten, who has returned
from Mt Carmel hospital, wishes to
thank her friends and neighbors who
so kindly romembcred her with post
cards and words of comfort.
Mrs. Mellnda Austin visited, her sis
ter, Mrs. Ilryant, Morris, at Columbus,
tho past week.
Mrs. Wesley Harris of Linden
Heights, Ohio, is visiting her son, Mrs.
H. D. Harris this week.
Dr. Kdwln McKlnnoy of Doylestown,
Ohio, and well known here; Is reported
seriously 111 with appendicitis and has
been taken to Cloveland for an opera
tion. Mrs. McKlnney was away on a
visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Merrlu, when she rocolved tho word of
hor husband's lllnoss. Tho operation
was performed at the Lakeside bos
pltnl and tho last reports wero that the
doctor was In a fair way to recovery.
All tho churches held regular servic
es on Sunday last, both morning and
evening. For somo time past tho ovon
lng service was a union gathering at
tho M. K. church on, account of the
revival being held thero.
Mrs. Chos. Harry will entertain tho
following guests on Friday of this
week: Mrs. Ella Cochran of Toledo,
and daughters. Mrs. W. D, Doll and
Mrs. Lafe Strang of Mt. Vernon, Mrs.
Mlshoy of Mt. Vornon.
Mrs. Alex Kinney of Mt. Vornon, vis
ited hor sister, Mrs, Urynnt Kinney
from Friday until Monday In this
Wednesday afternoon tho Thankof
ferlng sorvlco of tho Missionary So
ciety of tho Presbyterian church was
held In tho church .parlors.
Tho F. S. C. E. of Ankenytown will
hold ,nn exchange nt Davis & Dagtio's
Wednesday, Nov. 27. Tbo ladles say
como nnd got your Thanksgiving good
ies. , .J.
Flanaed Train With 8hlrt
Tearing bis shirt from his back an
Ohio man flagged a train nnd saved It
'-oin a wreck, but II. T. Alston, Hal.
algii, N. C, onco prevented a wreck
with Electric Dlttors. "1 was In a
terrible plight when I began to use
them," ho writes, "my stomach, head
nnck and kidneys woro nil badly af
fected and my liver was In a had con
lltlon, but four bottles of Electric
Olttcrs mndo me feel llko a new
man." A trial will convince you of
their matchless merit for any stom
icb, liver or klduoy trouble. Price
0 cents at Q. It. Ilaker ft Co.
Mr. and lira. Win Stull and daugh
ter Holou and Olive, nnd Mrs. Chas.
Mullck spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs, William Mornlngstnr.
Horn, to Mr. and Mrs, (leorgo
Stringfellow, Sunday, a son,
Mrs. Phoobo Heal and daughter,
Itachlo, have moved back to their old
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Lopley nnd son
Clarence, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Scott
and family woro tho guests of Mr. and
Mm. Raymond UHllu, Sunday,
Air, and Mrs. JaincH Underwood' and
family woro tho guests of Mr. and Mrs,
Jay Wolkor, Sunday.
Mrs, Polly Horn of Esto, spent Sun
day afternoon with Mr, and Mrs.
Mr, and Mrs. Will Mornlngstnr, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Schooley and son, Wil
liam, wero the guests of Mr. and Mrs,
O, J. Phillips Sunday evening.
There will bo a com show at the
Hutler Orango next Saturday.. Every
body Invited to come. All day meeting.
Porto Rico's New Wondsr
From far away Porto Rico como
reports of a wonderful now discovery
that Is believed will vastly benefit the
people Itanion T. Marcban, of Darco
lonota, writes "Dr. King's Now Dis
covery is doing splondid work bore.
It cured mo about five times of tor
rlblo coughs nnd colds, also my broth
er of a severe sold in his cheat and
more than twenty others, who used It
on my advice. Wo hope this groat
medicine will yet bo soM In every
drug storo in porto Rico." For throat
and lung trouble 1 him no equal. A
trial will convluce yoapf Its merits.
50c and 11.00. Trial bottle free. Guar-
tntoed by 0. R, Haker & Co,
Tho dedication of the new Chris
Han church at Palmyra will occur on
Sunday, December 1. Tho sermon
both morning and evening will bo de
livered by Rev. I. J. Cahlll of Clove
laud. Thorn will bo special music for
Mr. Edgar Hall returned to his homo
In Columbus Tuesday morning after a
visit with Dr. and Mrs. C. K. Conard.
Mr, nnd Mrs. Hagorman of South
Vernon wont to Danville Wednesday
morning to spend the day. .
Mr. Frank H. Klrby made a business
trip to Columbus Wednesday morning.
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Mtb. Eliza Hlpsley died at her home
at 111 East Chestnut street Wednes
day morning at 4:30 "O'clock after an
Illness of 5 weeks' duration caused by
fatty degeneration of the heart. She
was a widow and was born Auguslsjlst,
lS'.M. She Is survived by two sons,
Ketibcn Hlpsley of Crown Point, Iowa,
and Charles Hlpsley of Ilroken How,
Nebraska, and ' one daughter, Mrs,
John Stoffer of Mt. Vernon. The re
mains will be tnken to Salem, Indiana,
Thursday and the funeral and .Inter
ment will take place there.
FuneiiU services at the bouse No.
Ill East Chestnut street Wednesday
evening at C o'clock conducted by the
Uev. K. D. Harnett of tho (lay street
M. K. church. Tho remains will, bo
taken to Crown Point, Indiana, Thurs
day morning for burial.
A Great Building Falls
wiien Its foundation Is undermined,
and if the foundation of health good
dlgontlon It attacked, quick collapse
follows. On tho first signs of Indi
gestion, Dr. King's New Life Pills
should bo tnken to tone tho stomach
and rogulato liver, kidneys and bow
els. Pleasant, easy, safe and only
25 cents at Q. R. Daker ft Co.
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Mr. and Mrs. Icandcr McCamment
are visiting relatives at Chicago.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frement Hall spent
Saturday night and Sunday with their
daughter at Hunts Station.
Guy Taylor and wlfo of Mt. Vornon
visited relatives Caturday evening nnd
Mrs. Milton Elliott visited her par
ents nt Now Guilford last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. David lllystono' and
Mr. and Mrs. John VanWlnklo wero
guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Herry at
Mrs. John L. Wolfe of Esto spent a
few days with her aunt, last week.
John Harris and wlfo spent Thurs
day and Friday with their daughter at
There will bo a poverty social at tho
town hall on Thanksgiving night. Ev
erybody welcome Proceeds for church
Mrs. Anna Kino loft Monday morn
ing for a few days visit with friends at
Only A Fire Hero
but the crowd cheered, as, with burn
ed bands, he held up a small round
box. "Followsl" bo shouted, "this
Ouckleii's Arnica, Salvo I hold, has
everything beat for t burns." Rightl
alBo for bolls, spralnB, bruises. Sur
ost pile cure. It subdues Inflammation
kills pain. Only 25 cents at O. R.
Baker & Co.
Itnvrnnn, 0 Nov. 20. Fire, which
originated in a cottage belonging to
W, A. Kay, destroyed eight cottages
at tho Lake Hrady summer resort
here, with a total loss of f 8,000, Mes
sages for help were sent to Kent and
Ravenna. Men hurried to tho lake In
automobile aud streetcars and, form
lug a bucket lino, saved other cot
Milwaukee, Nov. 20. John Schrank
Is lirtiaue. The man who pleaded guil
ty tu an attempt to slay Colonel The1
odoro lloosevelt here on the night of
Oct. 14 will be sent to an asylum for
the criminally insane, where he will
probably spend the remainder of hit
days, according to the verdict of five
Messrs. C. NT, Urubb'aif Hubert Upt
dlkouf Contorburg were visitors in tho
Mr. L. J, Cameron of Cleveland nnd
Mr. W. J. Myers of Mlllersburg spent
Sunday with Probate Judge and Mrs.
Patrick A. Horry,
CASTOR I A
For Inffc&ii and Children.
HINTS TO HUNTERS ON
ML Vernoni' hunters should be In
terested Inithe following suggestions
offered hy Pa if I North, member of the
stato fish and game commission:
"Don't, under any circumstances,
shoot unless' you can seen clearly tho
object at which you are shooting."
"Don't hunt In groups. I nover hunt
with more than one man. It is hard
enough to keep ono partner located. '
"If you are,vlfunting with a safety
hammerlcssfgun, keep the trigger on
tho safety. If you use a gun with
exposed hammers, keep them at half
"If yod arc a trap shooter, put back
on your gun tho safety lock beforo you
start for tho .wpods.
"If you persist In carrying your gun
ready to shoot, lower the hammers or
throw the safety notch before you
climb over a fence. Ralls often break.
"If you are truly anxious to return
alive, alw'aye'push your gun through a
wire fence ahead of you. If you drag
It after you, you may get hurt
"Whenover you can, carry your
gun under your arm, muzzle pointing
"Don't load your gun until you reach
tho woods. Unload when you start
Los Angeles, Cal Nov. 20. Gro
tesquely masked In a false faco that,
gave lilm tho appearance of a demon,
and carrying an Infernal machine con
taining 40 sticks of dynamite, a bottle
of nitroglycerin and a loaded revolver,
Albert Dnv.B' of Long Bench entored
central nollco station, terrorized tho
station force for moro than an hour.
A DEMENTED MAN
VEOETAOLES AND DESSERTS
FOR THANKSGIVING TABLE
In the Ladles Homo Journal for No
vember Marion Harris (leal offers
theso new Ulshes for Thanksgiving:
Ueet fritters Two boets.'the yolks
of four eggs, threo tablespoontuls of
flour, three tablespoonsful of cream,
one tnblespoontul of sugar, a. grate of
nutmeg and the rind of half a lomon.
Doll tho beets until tender, then skin
them and run through a seivo, add
tho yolks well beaten, the sugar, cream
flour, nutmeg nnd lemon rind. Mix well
and form Into neat fritters using a lit
tle flour, Allow, to stand for about 15
minutes in a cool pla6o, then fry in
smoking hot fat. Servo with fresh or
Pumpkin blown bread Two cupfuls
of pumpkin juice, threo cupfuls of yel
low comment, three cupfuls -of rye
meal half a cupful of molasses, ono ta
blespoonful of Salt, two cupfuls of
milk and ono teaspoonful of baking
soda. Mix all ingredients together
beat well and turn Into a buttered tin,
cover with buttered paper and steam
for live hours.
Lentil cakes First wash ono cupful
or lentils in sevoral wators and soak
thorn In water for 12 hours; then boll
them until soft but not pulped. Drain
and add two tablespoonsful of meltod
butter, ono tublespoonful of sugar, u
qunrtor of a teaspoonful of salt yolks
of 2 eggs and half a cupful of chopped
meats. Make Into round cakes, lay on
buttered tins aiid bako In a hot oven
for 15 minutes. Sprlnklo a few chop
ped nuts on top and serve hot.
Squnsh-and-wanut croquottes Rub
two cupfuls of cooked squash Into a ba
sin, add one egg well beaten, two ta
blespoonfuls of melted butter, ono ta
blespoonful or sugar, a quarter of a
teaspoonful of salt, four tablespoonfuls
of flour and half a cupful of chopped
English walnut meats. Form, luto neat
croquettes, brush over with a" beaten
egg, toss in Une breadcrumbs and fry
In plenty of smoking hot fat. Draiu,
and serve tho croquettes with a sweet
sauce. , - "
Parsnip rolls Boll, two large pars?
nips until they are' tender, then press
through a colander; add one quart of
hot milk, one teaspoonful of salt, half
a cupful of butter.'one yeast cake mix
ed with a quarter of a cupful or sugar,
and enough Hour tomako a jstllf bat
tor, Allow tho dough to riso""to twlco
Its original slzo, thin knead somo flour
Into it and lot it rise again; divide it
Into small plocos, lay them on .buttered
Una, let rise for 10 .minutes, thon buko
for' 20 minutes in hot, oven.
Bean custards Wash ono cupful of
dried Lima beans, cover them with
TO KEEP ALIVE
borne. Don't leave a loaded gun about
"Don't get careless. Use common
What Hunters Must Do
Have permission from the land own
er on whoso laud they wish to hunt.'
Ho careful not to Injure stock.
No kill more than twelvo quail In a
Not shoot a quail except when It Is
' Not attempt to sell quail.
Not shoot squirrel.
Nelsonvllle, O., Nov. 20. Edward
Burchard; 22, wan almost Instantly
killed In the mines. of the Imperial
Coal company by a fall of slate and
co'al. His skull was fractured aud his
body badly crushed.
COPS A SCARE
and caused the hasty removal of the
prisoners In the city Jail. Finally, by
a ruse, .he was hit over tho head and
the machine snatched from him.
When nsked ns to his Intentions and
his reasons for wishing to blow up
the( station, Davis only shook his head
In reply. Davis is believed to be de
mented. cold water aud soak ovor night. Drain
and put thom Into a saucepan covered
with cold water and boll until they
are soft Rub thom through a sieve,
add half a pint of sugar, two teaspoon
fills of butter, three beaten eggs, half a
cupful of milk and one teaspoonful of
vanilla extract Mix aud divldo into
custard cups, cover with buttered pap
ers and steam gently for half an hour.
Sorvo hot or cold with sweet wafers.
Canton, O,, Nov, 20. Ono 'of the
first arts of Mayor Schilling when he
took ofllco was tho supenslon of Chief
of Police Smith. Patrolman S. A.
T.engel was made chief of the force.
Smith is now under charges of hav
ing accepted $25 "protection" money
from n woman who has been running
a resort. He has given -bond to ap
pear for arraignment Monday.
Cleveland, O., Nor. 20. Mrs. No
vak, a scrubwoman in the Rockefeller
building, went to work an hour earlior
than she was required. She tried to
board an elevator car nsjt was start
ing upward. Her head "was caught
ana crushed agaliiBt the celling, while
.'Mr boy,'daug!od outside the. car,
58he dlti instantly. '
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ftifss May Mitchell of Lock'attonded
tho funoral of tho lato J. M. Blocher tu
Mt. Vornon Tuesday afternoon. 1
Mrs. Hiram Lohr of Oroen Valley,
who has been soverely 111 for somo
time, la (niprovod.
Mr. Rudlo Shlra or Froderlcktown
was In ML Vernon Monday on busi
ness. Mr. H. V. Keolor of Cleveland is vis-
King with Mr. and Mrs. W. F.-Rimer
j for a few daysv
Mr, W. F. Rlmor spont, Wednesday
tin Newark on business.
Big Housef urnishing Store
is ready to serve you with the many necessities
for the preparation of the Thanksgiving Dinner
at lower prices than prevailing elsewhere.
Let us have your Roaster order today, an all-year.round utility but
especially necetssry at this season of the year.
SHEET IRON ROASTERS
10c, 20c, 25c and 40c
LI8K ENAMELED ROASTERS
Sanitary and self-basting, sold with the". liberal guarantee "If
not satisfactory your money back."
,$220.127.116.11, $1.98 and $2.25.
8PECIAL 19 in. Oval enameled Roasters, regular $2.00 val
ue, special $1.00
INVERTED GAS BURNERS, complete; specially priced at 19c
WOOLSON'S Department Store
A Good Cold Remedy
If you have a cold or a cough and want to cure It up quickly, try
some of our Syrup of White Pine Comp., with Tar or Mentholated.
If taken In time It will prevent pneumonia, tuberculosis and other
A full, four-ounce bottle for 25c at
4 TAUGHER'S Drug Store
East Side Public Square ' "'
Headquarters for feeds of all kinds. You will save money when order
ing from us.
EXCLU8IVE AGENTS FOR SAL-VET
Bran $1.30 per 100 lbs.
- Middlings 1.30 per 100 lbs.
Red Dog ...: 1.70 per 100 lbs.
Corn' and Oats Chop 1.35 per 100 lbs.
Shelled-Corn .80 per bushel
Choice! Oats : . . . .40 .per bushel
Wheat .- 1.15 per bushel
Rye v.n. .90 per bushel
Cracked, Corn 1.50 per mo lbs.
Ear Corn...... , 80 per 100 lbs.
Unbolted Meal 1.60 per 100 lbs.
Screenings ; ' . - 1.30 per-100 lbs.
Beet Pulp 1.30 per 100 lbs.
Alfalfa Meal . , ' 1.90 per 100 lbs.
Daisy Dairy Feed 1.40 per 100 lbs.
Gluten Feed 1.85 per 100 lbs.
Cotton 8eed Meal.... 1.80 per 100 lbs.
Oil Meal 2.00 per 100 lbs. .
Calf Meal ...'. 04 per pound
Tankage (60 protein) 2.75 per 100 lbs.
Tankage (40 protein).. ...- 2.20 per 100 lbs.
Salt ' 1.10 per barrel
Reck Salt ...' '.... 01 per pound
Baled Hay .90 per 100 lbs.
.Baled Straw' 60 per 100 lbs.
Purina Chick Feed '. 2.35 per 100 lbs.
Purina Scratch Feed r 2.15 per 100 lbs.
Beef Scrap -03 '2 per pound
Beef Meal '. .03'3 per pouud
Poultry Bone 03 per pound
Charcoal 03 per pound
Chloken Chowder , 024 per pound
Oyster Shells 70 per 100 lbs.
Chicken Grit t -70 per 100 lbs.
Success Borateh Feed '.. 2.10 per 100 lbs.
Chicken Chowder 2.15 per 100 lbs.
Large or small orders delivered to, any, part of the city. Terms Cash,
me Nrm wcsicrt Lk viur Mill hrp
No. M both phones ' Mt VernonOhio.
CRAFT DOG SKIN ON ARM
Chicago Doctors Save Woman Who,
Keeps Animal as Pet
' Chicago, Nov. 20 Announcement
was made at a 8outh Side hospital to
day of the successful, outcome 1 p
case of skin grafting In whlchVlare
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1912.
ROA8TERS $1.40 A S1.50
8AVORY OVAL SEAMLESS
98c to $1.98
"Wear - Ever" Kettles Worth 90c
Rupture, Piles, Fistula,
VARICOCELE and HYDROCELE
cured Without -the knife
NO i'l-rHp PAY. pxlwc 4m.p lot DxJ( lw w
dm wid imenu. Son- my l your neVJiLHt.
Ors-'HAINES & HAIMES, ffgjaBMf aip
RrM 52 o M hibh Sr
piece of the skin of a skyo terrier was
placed ovor tho wound on tho arm of
Mrs. II. W. Johnson, of Menominee,
Wis., which had beon left after nn op
eration for tuborculnr ulcer,
' The operation Is said to bo the first
,ot its kind ever performed, Mrs, John
son returned to her homo today, tak
ing the dog -with ber.
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