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PREDERICKTOWN
-Frederlcktown farmers' institute will
fee heM In the Odd Fellows hall on
'SWSay and Saturday of this week. A
land attendance Is expected.
Mr. R. K. Smith In building a car
neater shop on his property west of
Ike Presbyterian church.
Vr. Ely and family moved into their
new home on Mnln street the past
'week.
Mr. Charles R. Loedy returned from
Jefferson county last week.
Mrs. W. I Nlckelson visited with
tier parents at DatnesWlle the pnst
eek.
Mr. and Mrs. I.. II. Ackcrman io
turned homo Friday from a trip to Al
iloa, Inillunn, where they were called
fey the death of a cousin, Mrs. Harriet
1-ewls, whoso funeral they attended on
Tuesday. Mrs. Lewis was a daughter
not Mr. Ij. Vanbusklrk, formerly of
Watorford.
Word was received hero thnt Mr.
-J. n. McQaughy, formerly of tills
place, but now a tailor at Columbus,
tratncd a tendon In his back last FYI.
dajr night, In a fall In one of the
Masonic rooms of that city. He will
laid up for somo time.
Mr. Qoorge Bankston, who gave very
successful balloon ascension at Fred
erlcktown and Uellvllle last fall, Is re
ported to have made his last flight a
week ago at New Orleans. In drop
J from the balloon he was accus
neud to make a triple parachute leap
ad this time In some way failed to
isee. sueiy, Having dropped over a
tfceasasd feet and breaking every bono
4a M body. Mr. Bankston was well
"liked hero and carried out his con
tract aero very satisfactorily. He re
marked to somo of his friends that
tai would bo hlH last Kcauon, as he
was saving money to buy a little homo
and settle down.
Mr. Miles Fish, of Mt. Vernon, vis
ited with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. A, fish, the past wook.
There is talk of getting up a Billy
SUmday excursion from Frederlcktown
Mr. Itornctt Workman was called to
Indiana last week by the death of his
Miner.
Mr. I.. F. Bechtel wns In Columbus
the past week taking treatment.
Mr. Frank Wiggins, of Columbus',
is working with Mr. C. V. Slack.
After a two yours' illness from par
alogia, Mr. M ah Ion McOugln, died nt
Ma home on Monday morning at 8
n'dack at tho age of fifty-nine years.
41e is survived by his wife and two
children. The funeral services were
held on Wednesday and Interment in
JTorest cometery.
Hev. J. II Jones returned to Fied
erlcktown on Monday evening.
Mr. C. Iliickmnster un u Mt. Ver
aua visitor on Monday Inst,
Mrs. A. I). ClawHon and daughter,
Mdeu, Mac, who were called here by
the death of the former's father, Mr.
Harrison Kinney, have returned to
"their home in Indiana.
The ladles' aid society of the 1'res
htterian church will hold an exchange
Nt Clark's grocery Saturday next. It
la announced that It Is hoped that
all who are solicited for supplies will
kindly respond.
"Mr. Wt II. Duke, who lias been ijur
iously III lor some tlino past, Is re
ported no better at this willing.
At u recent meeting of tliu 1'iesliy
teriuu chui (h tho following nlllcein
were elected: llev. It. (1. McClelland
and Mr. 11. O. Jones, elders; l)r. K, V.
Akerraau and Mr. W. I, Steele, tins
tees; Mr. I II. Wagner, tieasuier;
Miss Mattlo Love, solicitor for chinch
nofiuort mid benovolences. The report
of llnuaces mid general udviincoiuent
of church Interests for the past year
'reported good. Steps weio ulso tnken
preparatory to tliu ui chasing or a
parsonage,
Mr. W. T. Shaffer visited with her
actiter, Mrs. Mamie (leorgo at Hut
W the past week. i
Ora hecdy is leportod quite III with
Ifatel Cyphers is keeping house for
uncle, Mr. Walter Oarvorlck, for
-a few weeks,
Work ou the now Wntorford M. R.
hrch Is progressing inpldly. Mr.
Iw Brentllngor, of this place ex
pects to begin plastering there this
"week.
Waterford hus a now orchestra thnt
4a auMng some linn muiilc. The crowd
leas, attendod the entertainment they
awe taunedlately following he farm
ara Institute speak highly of the mer
its these musicians.
Mr. sad Mrs. Martha Fish, of Card
ial on, visited Mr. and Mrs. Wllllums
'Mali the past Week,
Wss Maggie Detweller returned
from Huron county tho post
after an extended visit with
Relatives there.
Miss Clara Cunningham, of Card
latum, visited her aunt, Mrs, limed,
ad cousin Miss Iletta Hurt, tho past
week.
The country social club mot with
'Mrs." Wlllluiii lilues last Thursdnyt
"Blgat members wore piosent mid u
beautiful dinner was served. Miss
lAwa lilnes favored tho guests with
""weeal solos and Mrs, McKlnney and
ar Luclle, rendered some line)
Instrumental duets. All returned
home (at tor having hnd a good time.
Mr. Homer Miller returned home
from Zanesvllle the past week,
Mr. Earl Slack last week went to
Columbus to undergo an operation.
Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Kulb of Lo-
gansport, I n (I., are guests of their
cousin, O. W. Kulb nnd family.
Mr. George Oatleher and family
took dinner wltn 5, F. Wlnand and
wife Sunday.
Mr. nert McCrnry nnd family were
guests of Mr. Itoscoe Blair, Sunday
afternoon.
Mr. Willis Chilcote and family of
Woodbury, visited Mrs. Chilcote's par
ents, Wednesday.
Mr. William Turvey and wife spent
several days at Sparta last week.
Mrs. Mary Ruhl received word Mon
day of the -Heath of her aunt, Mrs.
Stabler of Zanesvllle.
Mrs. Carrie levering has been the
guest of her son, Lloyd, for a couple
of weeks.
Mr. Frank Brown Is recovering
slowly from a sovere attack of grippo.
A number of Frederlcktown people
attended tho oratorio "Messiah" given
nt Mt. Vernon on Wednesday.
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Harry House has been carrying the
mail for Win. Hunter for a few days.
S, J. Smith and wife are both con
fined to tho house. Mrs. Smith has
been sick for some time, but Mr.
Smith is suffering from the grip and
rheumatism.
Among those who attended tho
dedication of the Reformed church at
Olcnmont Sunday were Mr. nnd Mrs.
It. T. Fendrlck and daughter, Fern,
Mrs. Jos. Crlll and family nnd Miss
Avis Nelderhouse.
W. A. Hyatt spent Sunday with his
family hero.
Mrs. Hurry Houso of this place Is
visiting ColumbUB friends this week.
Mrs. Crista Isnbelle Is on the sick
list.
Mrs. S. S. Day spont Wednesday
and Thursday In Columbus.
(1. B. Hoagland, who is working in
tho timber near Frederlcktown, spent
Sunday with his family here.
Mrs. HarrlBon Meeks and children
of MuBslhon are hero with her par
ents, S. J. Smith and wife this week.
C. C. Finger spont Sunday in Brink
Haven. "
Art Fuger( our miller, has been
working In the elevator at Gambler
for tho past two weeks.
Mrs Sadie House of this place has
been spending 11 few days with her
hi other, Theodore Mnckey, at Olcn
mont. The Maccabees of this placo nro
contemplating reorganizing their or
der here In the nenr future.
Wm. Nelderhouse Iuib been busy
shipping bald buy for tho last few
days.
Frunk Penman and family have re
turned to their home In Michigan af
ter a visit of n row weeks with Mrs.
Denmnn's pnrents here.
Mrs. Potor Pnrkor of Mt. Vernon
spent 11 couple of duys with her par
ents Inst week. Whilo hero she at
tended tho funeral of Chester Oowdalt.
The funeral of Chester Dowdnll was
well attended and the M. 10. church
wiih filled,
Mrs, Win. Messenger of Dalton
spont a few days horu among friends
Inst week.
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Mattlo Duller or Cleveland, Ohio,
was called here on account of tliu ser
ious Illness or hore sister, Mrs. John
Harding.
Mr. and Mrs, Noah McKee, Mr. and
Mrs. Cary Carpenter spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. I). C. McKoo.
Mr. mid Mrs. II. It. Carpenter spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John car
pentor. Miss Itnchle Ileal Just returned
from u visit with Millwood friends.
Mrs. Sarah Phillips Is very 111 at
this writing,
Mr. nnd Mrs, Milan Miser spoilt
Sumluy with Mr. and Mrs. Ly-
man Welker.
Oeo, Strieker nnd rurally visited
New Castle friends Inst week.
Mrs. Milan Stull of Howard Is vis
iting her son, Mr. Clom Stud, this
week.
The mad dog scure at this place
lias quieted down, ! dogs being killed
and 2 other dogs being bitten, are kept
shut up to wait developments. ,
Bowling Qrttn William Hebron-
sen of Cleveland pleaded not guilty
when arraigned on an indlotmet al
leging that he aided In the burglary
of tho M111111 Bank at I'ortago on Nov.
19. His trial was sot for Fob, 10,
CASTOR I A
For Infant and Children.
TI11 KM YmHivi Always ttttfct
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Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Thatcher, Monday morning, a daugh
ter. .
Mrs. Henry Robertson was out doors
Monday for tho first time In four
weeks.
Mrs. Dora Knowls of Holmesvllle
spent Saturday with her mother here.
Mrs. Karl Cramer of'Orvlllo was tho
guest of R. L. Cramer last week.
Mis. I'urtngton preached morning
and evening nt the A. C. church Sun
day. Mrs. Delsle Butcher of Mt Vernon
spent n day isitlng her folks here last
week.
. Mis, Fred Tucker and daughter
weie tho guests of Mr. Henry McFar
land of nenr Mt. Vernon, Monday and
Tuesday.
II. II. Robertson and daughter, Jos
cphliiu Winter were In Columbus,
Wednesday attending tho Sunday
meetings.
Mrs, Mario Melick has been the
guest of Mrs. Lacrcese Hawkins for
several days.
Mrs. Clyde Thatcher was In Mt. Ver
non one dny last week.
Could Shout For Joy
"1 want to thank you from the bot
tom of my heart," wrote C. B. Rader,
of Lewlsburg, W. Va., "for the won
del ful double benefit I got from Elec
tric Bitters, in curing me of both a
severe case of stomach trouble and
rheumatism, from which I had been
an almost helpless sufferer for tea
years. It' suited my case an though
made Just for me." For djspopsla,
Indigestion, jaundice, and to rid the
system of kidney poisons that cause
rheumatism, Electric Bitters have no
equal. Try them. Every bottle Is
guaranteed to satisfy. Only GO cents
at 0. R. Baker ft Co.
rElFS
29TH FLOOR
Cincinnati, 0 .Inn. 22. William
Coop a n, n laborer, fell down an eleva
tor nlmft from the twenty-ninth floor
If the Union Central bunk building
lore and later died of his Injuries.
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Famous Stags Beauties
look with horror on Skin Eruptions,
Blotches, Sores or Pimples. Thoy don't
have them, nor will any one, who uses
Bucltlon's Arnica Salve. It glorifies
tho luce. L'czoma or Salt Rheum van
Ish before it. It cures sore lips, chap'
ped hands, chilblains; heals burns,
cuts mid bruises. Unequalcd for piles
Only 2r cents at O. n. Baker nnd Co.
BONDS AGAIN
REJECTED
ChlciiKO, Jan. 22. For the second
tlmo, liondc foi the release or Frank
M ,lt.Sau, pit'Mdciit or tho Iron work
rs' union; II, II, lloullliaii mid Wil
liam Shupc of Chicago, convicted of
tni!nltn consphacv, weie 1 eject oil
jy IIim United States chcult court of
Pltuls,
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LICENSE
Columbus, O., .Inn, 22. At The sec
ond public hearing conducted by the
Joint temporunco committees of the
kous and senate, 1). F. Anderson of
Youngstuwn, Judge A. Z. lllalr of
fortsmouth and Former Mayor Jame3
i. Price of Canton spoko for tho drys.
Mayrr Henry T. Hunt nnd A. Jullu
Freiberg of Cincinnati nreieTited ar
guments in behalf of the bill iuitlute.l
by the wets. ,
WILL LIVE
Van Wert, 0.. Jan. 22. Although
ho has two bullets In hor hialn, "Mrs
Hallh Hoover, tho glil wfo who wn
mBtor!oi'sl shut at her iaim home
three iiiIIch wrut of heie, ou Hie nkhi
of Jnii. It), will llo, phjir'.ciuuH r,nj
Sue wait i moved tq a Fort Wnynt
(1(1:1.) i oil JMI nud a lltoioiiRli oxuin
iDUliCii luudr.
HEARING
WOMAN
WARY
flectloi Bill Does Away With
Gmvenfiois '
Except To Adopt Platform
Of Principles
1"
All Candidates To Be Named
By Direct Vote
(Columbus IMtpatch)
The features of the new primary
election bill 'made necessary by the
adoption of the ninendmnt providing
for state-wide primaries, have been
worked out by those selected by Gov
ernor Cox to prepare such a bill. The
following are the principal features
of It.
First, there will be state conven
tions after all. It was supposed, after
the adoption of the primary election
amendment, that the state had seen
the last of these. But hereafter they
will bo held merely for the purpose
of drafting and adopting the party
platforms. John R. Cassldy, clerk of
the house, who was one of the con
ferees, favored omitting the state con
ventiono entirely, and having the can
didates meet after their nomination
at the primary elections and adopt the
platforms, but the opponents of the
plan pointed out that there would be
no general representation of the party
in the making of a platform In that
way.
The state conventions will still be
held according to the provisions of
tho bill, but only for platform-making
purposes. All state, district, county
nnd city candidates must be nominat
ed at primary elections. At the same
time members of party committees
will "be chosen. All this will be nt
Joint primaries.
Quudrennlally, there is to be a par
ty presidential preference primal?
held on the last Saturday in April. At
thnt time delegates to the national
conventions, members of the nation
al committees and delegates to a state
platform convention will be chosen
also.
In other state election years a plat
form convention of each party is to
bo held on call of the party state cen
tral committee. State and county pri
maries tire to be held the tlrst Sat
urday In September in the even years.
Municipal and township primaries are '
to be held on tho same date in the
odd years,
In townships and villages undev
2000 population, nominations are to
be made by petition unless majority
of the voterB petition for a primary
election.
The Wlscousln first and second
choice expression feature wns reject
ed. Platform conventions must moot,
tlnlsh their work and proclaim their
plutforms nt lonst 00 days before tho
date or the primary elections. Candi
dates for nomination on the platform
will (lieu lie required to declare them
selves In accord with tliu platform of
the pmty under whoso bannor they
are seeking nomination, In order to bo
eligible to nomination.
Drives yOft A Terror
The chief executioner of death in
the winter and" spring months is pneu
monia. Its advance agents are colds
and grip. In any attack by one of
these muladles no time should be lost
In taking the best medicine obtainable
to drive It off. Countless thousands
have found this to be Dr. King's New
Discovery. "My husband believes it
bus kept him from having pneumonia
three or four times," writes Mrs.
Qeorgo W. Placo, Rayaonville, Vt.
."and for roughs, colds and croup we
havo never found its equal." Quaran-
teed for all bronchial adoctlons. Price
60cts. nnr. $1.60. -Trial bottle tree at
Q. R. Baker Co.
Martins Ferry, O., Jan. 152. Three
hundred men were thrown out, of
work when miners tapped what is be
dfivrd to be a subterranean crook at
iho VoiKvlllo mine of the Y. & O.
Coal company,' four mllos north or
(his lt. A-terrltlc volume of vyntur
rutdicd out Into'tlio mine itud it wns
tloodvd to the entrance,
Ironworker Lecksd ,Out
Madrid. Jan. 23. A locTtout involv
ing 2.I,U0U men In jho building tiadea
and Iron workers"' Industries was Inau
gurated 'bsff'and grave 'disorders
are himteMd. v , .!
MINE IS
FLOODED
SHORT LOCALS
Dr. L. L. Williams made a business
trip to Columbus Wednesday morning.
Mrs. Harry Smoots nnd Miss Adella
Hosack went to Columbus Wednesday
morning to spend the day.
Hon. 8. R. Ootshall went to Colum
bus Wednesday morning to make a
short business visit.
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Dorsey of South
Vernon went to Columbus Wednesday
morning for a few days visit.
City Solicitor Jamea Leonard was a
business visitor In Columbus Wednes
day morning.
Mr. O. B. Stlllwell went to Marengo,
Ohio, Wednesday morning to visit his
mother wh6 Is ill..
Mis. Leello Cotton and Mrs. Edward
Wuchner went to Columbus Wednes
day morning to spend the dny.
Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Morlson, Jr.,
will leave this evening for Philadel
phia, Pa., where Mr. Morlson will en
gage In the real estate business.
Mr. Edward L. Parker left Wednes
day morning on a business trip to
Xenla, Washington C. H., Chllllcothe
and Portsmouth.
FOR SALE Farm of 155 acres one
mile south of Brandon on Granville
road; will be dirided into two tracts
If desired. Mrs. Mary E. Brlcker, Cit
izens' 'phone .125 blue. 7
Mrs. Charles Huntsberry and daugh
ter, Mrs. Wllllnm Baker, wont to Co
lumbus Wednesday morning to make
a short visit.
Mrs. Louis tiehman of W. Third
street who has been the house guest
of Miss Helen Sherman of Mt. Vernon
has returned home. Mansfield Shield.
Polls A Foul Plot
When a shameful plot exists be
tween liver and bowels to cause dis
tress by refusing to act, take Dr.
King's New Life Pills, and end such
abuse of your system. They, gently
compel right action or stomach, liver
nnd bowels, and restore you? health
and all good feelings, 25c at O. R.
Baker Co.
EXECUTORS' NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned havo been appointed and
qualified executors of the estate of
NEWTON 8PERRY
late of Knox county, Ohio, deceased,
by the Probate Court of said county
January 11, 1913.
MAUDE VANNATTA,
Mt. Vernon, Ohio.
FRED 8PERRY,
Utlca, Ohio.
Attention Farmers
The Pure Milk Co. of Co
lumbus, O., will pay two
cents over Elgin for Separat
or Cream, and five cents over
Elgin for Inspected Sweet
Cream, P. O. B. Columbus.
For particulars write us.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
L. B. HOUOK
ATTORNEY -AT LAW
Office Rogers' building, No. Ill Bout)
Main street, Mt. Vernoa, Ohio. Roomi
8 and 3, second floor.
FRANK O. LEVERING
ATTORNEY. A LAW
All business of legal nature kItoi
prompt Attention and especially u
practice In theProbaie Court Oflet
No. 9 East Higa street, Mt Vernoa, O
New Phone, Office 104. v
DENTAL SURGEON
E. O. BEGrGS
Office In" Arnold clock corner a
East High street and Moaumea'
square, Mt Vernoa, Ohio.
0. X. OONABD, M. D.
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN, ANC
CURQEON
OMce, and residsaoe, 18 Bast Via It
Cititeas' 'phone 61. Office hours: I
to ana 7 to p. ..
Bell SSS R.
" THE Pi RE INSURANCE MAN
WUJ. J; "Dm" WIL8B
if yu wn MiyKiinft havt
Cltlseaa' Those 881 Red.
East Oaaabtar street, Mt. Vernoa, O
Luther A. stream Wm. V. Rime'
STREAM ft RUHR
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS
Farms nnd city prtperty bought toM
and exchanged. Properties rented an
rents collected. Fire Insurance a ipa
clalty. Representing 14 old rellabl
stock companies.. Accident insuraao
live stock insurance. Plate glass li
mraiee, automobile Insurance,- In fao
we can Insure any property you ma;
have. Surety bonds of all kjadi. Oal'
and see us. Room I Sip bldg., Soutr
at. Ctt 'aaoaa Na, 447 Bine-
VOUR COMPLEXION
A gard ant yellow. Your eyes are losing tketr
lustre. The trouble it with your liter. Take
Chamberlain's Stomach, and Liter Tablets. They
will correct that Uen avoid meuts hot head and
hot caket, take frequent baths and a long walk
every day, and you will toon be at well ami at
beautiful at ever. Price 25 cents pet bottle.
AMERICAN
FENCE
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FARMS
$10,000,000,000 $10,000,000,000
-The above is the value of the crops in the United
States for 1912-
You can share in the future prosperity of the
farmer by owning this splendid cheap stock, sheep
and grain f arm
$60 per Acre
-ONLY-
9 298-acres, nearly level, 200 acres of it in heavy
grua. ja.u mceiy miaDie ana a gooa producer.
Two houses, four barns. Gas well and free gas.
25 acres of timber land. Plenty of good water
wells, cistern.and running water. Windmill, fruit
orchard, etc.
Located on a good road and only 5i miles to Mt.
Vernon and -1 miles to railroad 'station.
School house in sight of farm.
$4500 down and balance on good terms, if desired.
See this genuine money-maker before it is gone.
W. C. Rochwdl Farm Land Company
Mt. Vernon, Ohio
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JU8T RECEIVED CAR LOAD OP TANKAGE. SPECIAL PRICES
ON TON LOTS
EXCLUSIVE AGENTS POR SAL-VET
Bran S1.35 per 100 lbs.
Middlings $1.35 per 100 bs.
Red Pf . 11-M Pi" I lbs.
Special Middlings, (wheat and corn
product) .......',.,.. . 1.60 per 100 lbs.
fern and Oats Chop . 1.55 per 100 lbs.
li. S0!" M PT nuibel
Choice Oats ,45 par bushel
wh ,1.25 per bushel
Jjya , .90 per bushel
Cracked Corn v.. 1.35 ptr 100 lbs.
Ear Corn . , .(. . , . . , , , , , 55 ptr iqq jbs.
Unbelted Meal ;f.,. 1.50 per 100 lbs.
Screenings , ; . k , , , , 1,30 par jqq a(,
JS?,, uD'l ; 1.80 per 100 lbs.
Alfalfa Meal.. ,,, 1,90 pSr 100 jDBa
Daisy Dairy Peed .... 1.40 per 100 Iba.
Gluten Paed..... ,...., ,.. ija p,r 100 jBa.
Cotton Seed Meal ijg per 100 Iba,
? i u 1" ' ! MS per 100 Iba.
Calf Meal . . 1 , . , , , , '4 psr pound
Tankage. (0 protein ,,...- 240 per 100 lbs.
a" 1 ... ;........".....'. t f . 1.10 per barrel
Jfa Mt -....,.. ,01 par pound
! Z'y ', JO ptr 100' res.
Baled Straw 4 $s plr 1m Hm,
, Purina Chick Peef, 1.. 2.10 per 100 ike.
S ."J- 'l?" iSiper 1ba.
Saef Scrap t. 'Yf P"" pound
eef Meal,,,.,,,.,..,,,.,,,.,,,, ,,,' Miyi per pouud.
Poultry Bone . , . , , ,09 per pound
Oyster Shells ; .70 per 100 las.
Chicken Grit "... ..70 per 1,ibe.
Charcoal . ........... , ...... ,03 per pound
Success Scratch Pttd , 1.95 per 1M ib,.
Chicken Chowder ,., 2.00 per 100 lbs,
Largo or small orders delivered to any part of the city. Terms- Cash
Tke NMilwcsicri Ekvatir r Mill CiipMi
" D"5n Pfiones
Use a fanner Classified Ad. It Pays
EMlUDDT
AMP1EXI0N
it muddy. You look hMf
MnW IC THP TIMcTv
te make plans for Spring Penc
' Ing. Figure out just the number
of rods you'll need and come In
here and get your particular
atyle and have it ready on the
ground, the first good day.
AMERICAN FENCE
Is better galvanized.
Has heavier wires.
Is lower priced.
A Good Fence to Buy
A Good Fence To Use
Bogardus&Co.
; 41 yearaon W. Side Sq.
$60 per Acre
Prices..
Mt. Vernon, Ohio.
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