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'l'k Washington, Mnrch 27 President
Wfth'J 'Wilson lot it be known today that ho
M not yet put his stamp or approval
on (he tariff bill loft with him by Rep
resentative Oscar Underwood, the
Democratic majority loader, nfter a
three-hour conference last night.
Tho president Indicated to hi vis
itors that ho had only begun to study
the measure, but that before tho Dem
ocratic caucus met to decldB whether
they should revise the tariff In a
single bill or by separate schedule
he would make known his own con
clusions, as well aa his opinion of the
The Income tax problem and Its
Intricate details also are being care
fully considered by the president. He
discussed it In a general way with
Secretary McAdoo of the treasury de
partment, Colonel K. II. House of Aus
tin, Tex., and Secretary Tumulty, who
were at the White House tonight.
Mr. Wilson also is giving some at
tention to tho possibilities of getting
a currency measure beforo the coun
try during the extra session of Con
gress, and it was said that the con
ference tonight touched this subject
to some extent.
The Estimate Of Lives
Lost At Columns
Columbus, O., March 27 The re
lief committee places the loss of life
on the west- sldo at 1,000,
T WILL '
W Nirriett VanWlnklen Is
FIN In Probate
ttkef Items Of Interest From
The Temple Of Justice
Toe Inst will and testament or llnv
riett K. VunWIcklen, Into of Alt. Ver
non, has been llled In probuto, Ily
the terms of tho will tho tustatrlx
Ivh to her son, Edgnr (J. VimWIck
Im hor house and lot on East Vino
atreet. Tho IcHtiiti'lx Hives household
goodsiiml other personal property to
her children and urn nil children, She
direct that Itollln It. Molntlro bo up
pointed executor, Tho will was sign
Ml on .Inuimry SI, JilOG, In tho pros,
eace of Aefl (, Al(;t'llllliy mid Mne
A codicil dated .luiio 5, 1908, .ami
signed by Alice (i. McCarthy ami II.
8. Jennings gives $25 to William A.
VanWicklen to ho divided equally be
ftwen llertha and irono VuuWIcklon
when they bet-nuto of age,
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Charles F. Colvlllo to George II,
' Terenbaugh, lot In Fulrvlow,' $1.
FOURTEEN BODIES RECOVERED
Dataware, March 27Tho bodies of
j 3. person have buen recovered and
m uiiy moro are missing from their
Nvrecked homes hero an tho result of
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-.-, i PmriNSVLVANIA QIVK1 M,000
K,j'Haariaburs. Pa.. March 27 The
sylvanla senate today unnnl
adopted a resolution providing
,fr the forwarding of 150,000 to the
ViMi urer of Ohio.
Lebert, whoso knee, fractured
I ; mumvf, . ivuiiu bbbib, is oho ui
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Eggs 18c; butter 32c.
Owens, corner Main, and Gambler
up stairs, repairs watches cheaper
than clsowhere. Main spring 7 fie;
cleaning 75c; crystals 16c; jewels 25c
to 75c. Guaranteed 1 year,
Mr. Floyd Talan underwent an op
eration nt the Medical 'and surgical
Sanitarium Thursday morning. The
operation was performed by Drs.
Citizens In tho west side of the
elty urc ngltiitlng u proposition toward
the seeming by legal process or oth
erwise the extension of the "Slldey"
bridge by another span so as to per
mit a wider outlet for the water In
times of Mood and lessen the llkTIhooa
of It bucking up In the west part of
Patrons of tho Mt, Vernon Tele
phono Co. who are planning to move
are requested to give the notlco to In
formation operator us soon ns possible
with the dnte and address. In order
to prevent as little Interruption In the
service as possiblo, the preliminary
work should be arranged for in ad
vance, and as far as possible a prefer
ence will be given for moving In the
order as received. There Is no extra
charge for moving except where tbe
telephone bos been In place for less
than one year, when there is an Instal
lation charge of not less than $2.
Of Fire Jimp lite WUer
Dayton, O., Mnrch 27 Kellef boats
rustling to the lire district this morn
ing ran Into several bodies of victims
who hud Jumped from burning build
ings and were drowned.
Tho rescucrB saw men, women and
children at windows crying pitifully
and then saw thorn fall back Into the
flames and perish.
Two girls who had stood for eight
hours In wuter up to their walBts were
Of Clinton Chapter On Wed
Tho annual Inspection or Clinton
Chapter No. 20 ltoynl Arch Masons
occurred Wednesday evening nt the
Masonic Temple, , Supper was served
In the liitmiuut room at 0 o'clock and
folbwlng thin tiu: Murk Masters de
gree Was conferred upon u number of
The Inspoutlng ollloer was Mr, Low
Is I', HolmtiB or this city. Ho highly
complimented tho ollluers on their
Following tho work' 11 smoker was
huht In the club rooms,
At Wlci Is ,Demented Man
Claiming Mt. Vernon
X telephone message was received
by Chief of Police Cleinntu from May.
or Bniools of Utlca Wednesday even
ing saying, that bo had In custody there
a man who seoms to have lost his rea
son, Ho gives his ruuno ns R. F. Hub
bell and asserts that his son Is a dray
man In Mt. Veruon. Tho man Is tall
and- slender and Is perhaps G5 years of
PROPERTY LOSS It 25,DM,M0
Chicago, March 27 An official of
the Pennsylvania Railroad said today
that tho Rood damage to property In
Indianapolis would nraouut to 125,000,
000, according io Information the road
had from that city, This loss was
boroo by all the lines entering Indlan
Rupture, piles, Fistula,
VARICOCELE and HYDROCELE
t CURED WITHOUT THE KNIFE,
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m etasa-iiiiis aeas may b year eesjhbar.. p), wW JMMke (Mr future home in ?Z 7 . "' '" . "y 93.?::'
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BY AIR ROUTE
Bruckir Will Follow Course
Takui by Columbus.
TRADE WINDS WILL HELP.
Girman Aeronaut Expects to Have a
Twenty-three Mile Breeze at Hit
Buck During Entire Trip Danger
From Hct Sun Will Carry Powerful
New York. Across tbe Atlantic by
balloon thut Is the contract .loeph
Hrucl;er. the Oerman-Americnu uvla
tor. uieiiiitt to undertuke. Krotu the Cn-
miry Ulnnds to the West Indies or
South Amerlia in five du.v Is the pro
grain Itrucker will sturt out on on
either April Vi. 13 or 14. and he Ik now
on hlf iiy from Berlin to tbe starting
plate fur his startling trip.
Miiut other aeronauts have claimed
that the project was feasible, provided
tbe rlcbt sort of dirigible balloon was
used mid favorable, weather conditions
were M-liail When they came. The right
courM. too. was an important thing to
be taken Into consideration.
Bfucker purposes having bis bnlloon
follow nearly the same course taken by
Columbus' caravels when they stilled
to the shores of tbe new world in 1492.
By so doing he will take advantage of
the mild trade winds and Ideal atmo
spheric conditions prevalent in that
part of the ocean between December
and June and that make navigation a
simple mutter. Between tbe months of
June ii iid December a transatlantic
aerial trip would be Impossible owing
to the prevalence of cyclones. But for
the iwt of the year tbe region of the
north'Mxt trade wind Is free from
winds of more than ordinnry velocity.
Behind him all the wuy Itrucker ex
pects to huve a biveze of tweuty-thre
mllex mi hour to blow iilin along,
Ktiiillug In April will help to escnp
tbe t-im yomewhsit. Atmospheric con
dltloii iiuike It ndiihiible for the diri
gible U keep near the surface of the
water till the wny over, j The effects of
the sun In warm weather would tend
to stop tills plun, its wnrinth at every
suurb-e would expuud the hydrogen
used fop lnllntlou mid tend to send
tbe l: 1 1 toon ii t to vxvenicl,v uncoin
The Imlloi'iu In which the venture It
to be iiiiule, the Suchnrd II,. bus it di
ameter of eighty feet nod a gns ca
pacity of 'JdO.OOO cubic feet. Two us
ststiiutN will iiccoiup.'in.v Uruclicr on
the vovncri- mid nmlmhlv m.,.inl .rnlu.
!ers and yuehts will precede, nnd follow
hliu on the trip for eiuorgcnry puri
poses, ullbongh Brueker Is snld to huve
added n new device to Ills balloon
which, lie declares, will render the
voyage free from nil danger. This de
parture from the ordinary details of
an airship U tbe uddltlon of u powerful
sengolug inotorboat, with a must on tbe
swivel, allowing It to be raised or low
ered at will.
GOT HIS TRANSFER.
It Ltd U Jail, Nt Horns, For
tJouisvlllv.-Wben the street var cou
pany ifiih4 to carry Thomas I'ersall
from the car' barn at Thirteenth and
Main streets to Shelby and Oak ittreets
on transfer became that ItatVibad
'topped for the night. Persalf "boarded.
a ear, motored K out of the barn and
Ktarted hui the city wKhlt,
police in an auto, after Aneicltlng
pnrsult. caught !the ear, "
"The tiniiKfer Is- m writ tea contract
entitling me to go 'the full ltsce.
and If (lie iHunpahy refnaed to provide
'a car 'in V-arry It out I am entitled to
take die U.tself." said Persall.
'He VuiT r rested charged with die-.
rEnaaarf Fifty Vsars,, te Wee).
1 4i Crose. Wis, An engagement
which .litis existed for more than half
a century will culminate when John
Kulght, nged.sevent.v years, nnd l.ydln
Used. ugtHl slxty-sli. of Klberts. Mick,
will oou I wedded here The con
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J iHi m mk amH m
Of Fotr hies HI CKimtac
Cilumbtia,;-'0.'! "Mnrch 27 Four
babies Were Wrri 'in tbe refugee camp
In the West Hgi school building last
That Anttker Mm Dnwiei
Brink Haven, .phlo, March 27 The
water at this place has fallen ut least
seven fact and tho town Is Blowly es
caping from the grip of the disastrous
flood that has held it for the past
several days, Aew more small build
ings have been washed away but ah
danger from serious damage Is now
thought to be ever. There la a re
port current that Curtis Zimmerman
of this place has been drowned but
the report Is not confirmed.
Mrs. Mary Goodman, who has beeu
quite HI, is much better.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Coch
ran, March 18th, 'a daughter.
Mrs. I. C. Lynile of Mt. Vernon Is
spending a few days with he,r daugh
ter, Mrs. Kuy Cochran
Misses Bertha Johnson and Kdltli
Murphy spent Raster with Mrs. Sarah
Wednesday evening, March 19th,
fri?nds tri the number of thirty gath
ered at the home of. Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Zolnian to celebrate his fifty
fourth birthday, it being a Complete
surprise to' tbegontleman. A lunch
was served. &$
Mr., and Mrs5Kdd Ooodman of Mt.
Vernon spentSunday with his moth
rhsrllii Sinilfes.of Mt. Vernon Is
spending a fewlays with his grand
parents, .Mr. HndvMrs. K. U Keyes,
Friends mid neighbors assembled
it the home of Mr. und- Mrs. Gdd
Kntidall on Thursday' evening, to cele
brate their twelfthranniversary, ' glvr"
lng them u complete, surprise, and
serving-u fine Riipper!ln their honor.
The mistress of n house udvertlced
for a womnn to do 'general housework,
and In nuswer n girl called, anndunc
log that she hud come for the noal.
"Are yon n kx1 . cook ? -' asked tbe
"No, Indep, I don't cook," was the
"Are you n good laundress?"
"I wouldn't do witshln' uud ironln'.
It's too hnrd on Ilio. bands."
"Cn you weep?"'t'
"No.',' was the positive answer. "I'm
not. strong euougliA'i '
"Well." sulil the lady of tbe house,,
i i.MiiieriiHii, -may i .asK win
you can do?" ' .
"I dusts." ciiinc the placid reply,
flew York Aiiii'ilciin.. A , ,
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The Bigger. itiaM.
The trouhio down In Mexico, ,
The doings of Hie Turk, ,
Will Int'rc-M lone when baseball tifums
Btart at their prectlo work.
Where Is the run'fn' all this lund
Who cams for foreign war
'When ha ciui read gttout the dim
Who servo beneath MoOrawT
Who cares for Any Turkish scrap
When they van ev'ry 4ay
Read from itermuteioll the news
Of how Hlshlandore pieyT
Who enrrs who glory wins In waV
Or who bear battle ecarst
They aro not In It-ee, not thoy-
With al our baseball stark.
A battlefield exciting is,
Where bullets swiftly fly; ,
, But. then, thlnk.of baseball gsnte
With a ninth Inning tlet , ,
, -New ToVk rsJa.
Tha To. Oeeal Wrbt,
There, ki no defeiiereO familiar to
sMikMMAevurtM as taeaUM, proof that
Maim whsntlmt crime ;waa commit
eC ' There .Ih mTJillili more eatle
eryieitVpt when flktsie good. A
We toed allht is oipfilM most eue-
ptctoaa' things ou eerth. When ac
ctwed man brings wHaeeeee, wno avear
te hie wherishouts4beeh.taute of
the period In ptestttJarW'Jvr? Iwifhw
to doubt. The foreSianofthe Jury
cannot prove wliorefnewas (itbe
same time with thaBaWb assurance,
Probably the Judge cannot; How does
the accpsed iiiuu happen to have that
proof which others lmi? , Are bl xv.lt
nessea lying, or wusjhe'crlnie eomiliitr'
ted earlier thnn tliefftete thlnk. nd
Is the alibi u "nlnhn" Honvst'Mneii.
going uiithlnkinuly jmkhMeat :tyb
Bess, en n seldom pMtHeir,,vv.liere-'
him ii CM 1$ Mrs
Mitt Of Tkb City
Wis Epnwfe To St. Levis
Wkei tnin Wu Akniened
Mrs. Sarah Dunnlok of East Qnm
bier street, this city, bus been In the(
midst of the flood In the city of Day
ton over since lute Monday evening;
Her father, Mr. James Israel, receiv
ed word from her Thursday morning
to the effect that she was safely
housed in the second story of the Un
ion Station. '
Mrs. Dunnlck left Columbus nt 9:45
Monday night for St. Louis, Mo. The
train was abandoned at Dayton. AH
the passengers are being cared for by
the Pennsylvania company In quar
ters oil tbe second floor of the Union
The Cause of Rheumatism
Stomach trouble, lazy liver and de
ranged kidneys nre the cause of rheu
matism. Get your stomach, liver,
kidneys and bowels In healthy condi
tion by taking Klectrlc Bitters, and
you will nok be troubled with the pains
of rheumatism. Charles B. Allen, a
school principal, of Sylvanla, Ga., who
su'Tered Indescribable torture from
rheumatism, ;iver und stomach trouble
nnd diseased kidneys, writes: "All
remedies failed until I used Electric
Bitters, but four bottles of this won
derful remedy cured me completely."
Maybe your rheumatic pains come
from stomach, liver and kidney trou
bles. Electric Blttors will give you
prompt relief. 50c and $1.00. Recom
mended by Q. H. Baker & Co. ,
Mrs, Frederick Cooper, East Gam
bler street, entertained Wednesday
with a luncheori In honor of Mrs. Wil
liam C. Macfaddtfn, of Fargo, IN, 'bl
and Mrs. Karl R. Rlcketts or Chicago,
Illinois, Curds were played during
Are You Constipated?
If so, get u box of Dr. King's New
Life Pills, take them regularly and
your trouble will quickly disappear.
They will stimulate the liver, Improve
your disgestion nnd get rid of all the
poisons from your system. They will
suroly get you well again. 2,r.o at Q.
It. Baker & Co.
4, 4, 4'fr4'
Herbert Leo McQibney
Herbert Loo McGlbncy died nt his
home at 303. South Center 'Street nt
S:25 o'clock Wednesday afternoon af
ter an .Illness of 11 weeks' duration.
He was born September 28, 1884, and
is survived by his futher nnd mother,
two brothers nnd one sister.
' How Ho Would Teas t.t "
President Lincoln used to tell a Wild
cat currehey story, It was to the ef
fect that tie was going down tho 'Mis
abetlppl river ou a steamboat, when the
pilot announced lo the captain that
they Were out of wood. The cnptnln
aid, "Well, put luto the first wood
The. fiat bottomed boat waa run up
te tbe uud shore, and tbe captain
kaflea a man who was walking among
several T1e or wood.
"Wfll you sell your wood" be
"Yes," came the reply.
Take wljdcat currency r ,,
"WelL how wlyon take.ur' -'
The anawer came back without hesi
tation. "Cord for cord."-New York
Tteee." ' -
What kWe'leVet er ' '
7 ttWhet would you doiryVti. irere a
aUllonalrer Waa tbe question pro
petpMee to the, little boys ef an east
seeecsHiei lira oiner.uay. ,
The little east' eWers' auaw'erawere
tatereetlw: Home of them wrote:
"I ,wofM( have: a, b(Hieel'wHh rvonw
for' each kind of1 nee. such aa aming
room, bedroom, and dining room,
"I would uny,suks,auei;,Be;a,
president at a large salary." -,
"I wouW live on Fifth avennejar.
clean house nnd tiny HUtWand cbart-
ot." t. x . r
, "I would be proud of. my sttuartoe
and also glad, and I would owu aeiee
and earn money 1ty,Ulrlug them put'; v.
1 " would rettst my iJeasenli"; ateo-in
.'aHtutt. tin iMtnotliiu yrtu'tul .nritj. '-.'-'
rv "I -.would buy the sub
AcctrilHf Ti The SMpHIM
And Slwtwd Fin
Kew York, March 27 The slmpll-.
fled spelling board Issued today its
fourth list of words to nppe.1T In new
Vpproximately JfJOO words are
shortened Or changed in spelling..
"in considering these new spel
lings," the board said In announcing
the new list, "do not be too much In
fluenced by the odd appearance of the
word. Any change must look odd at
first. Consider, rather, whether the
change will bring a real gain If the
public should accept it."
Some of the changes are: Drop
ping the silent "h" in such words
as chaos and chameleon; dropping
the final "k" in words like ham
mock; changing heart and hearth
to hart and hnrthj dropping the si
lent "e".ln money and similar words;
substituting laf for laugh and cof
for cough; omitting" the "g" In gnat,
gnome and. similar, words; substitut
ing nee for knee and nicnac for
knlckknnck, and dropping the "k" In
similar words; changing pranced to
pranst and other words ending with
need to nstd.
In the new list touch is spelled
tuch; serious Is changed to serlus;
blow Is spelled bio; bellow Is ch'anged
to hello; forced to forst; phantom to
fan torn; handsome to handsum; boss
to bos; 'glue to glu, and wretch to
tacn oi tnese instances typifies a
rule and Is followed ' by a long list
of words to which It applies.
Andrew Carnegie, Theodore Roose
velt and a score of other noted men
are included In the list of the board's
Best For "Skin Diseases
Nearly every skin disease yields
quickly and permanently to Bucklen's
Arnica Salve, and nothing Is better
for burns or bruises. Soothes and
heils. John Deye, of ftladwln, Mich.,
says, after suffering twelve years
with skin ailment and spending $400
in doctor's bills, Bucklen's Arnica
Salve .cured him' him. It will 'help
you. Only 25c; Recommended by G,
R. Baker & Co.
ir , .
A Queer View ef Education,
Opposition to, state education in thn
past was diie largely to a belief thut
too much learning was not good for the
masses. The worthy Hannah More
even, who was one of tbe most ear
best supKrters of the movement for
the establishment of schools for the
poor in England, bad very definite
Ideas ns to bow fur the children should
be educated The curriculum, she de
clared, should comprise only reading
the Bible und the cntechism. and "such
coarse works us may Ut tbe children
for servants.' uddlug .decisively, "I al
low of no writing, for tbe poor.'
Good Enough to Dine With.
"These Millers are. dreadful Hop!e
hardly lit to lie associated' with!"
"Yes; ir they didn't give such ex
rellent dinners they would be nltogeth
r uubeariible!"-Fllegeude Blatter.
,i Whan Language Fails.
Wife of Ills Homoiii fin course" of do
mestic difference! Comird! Brute!
HuR)an! Pig! .Monster! Beast! . Obfl
,wlah vou kuo)v what I thought .of you:
The Joy Of
AM ojmI ReHeeeehe TeaHesti.
Ilother'a llend. a famous' external' rente
ay, ta the only one know that Is able te
reach all the different parts tavolvod. It
Is s penetrating spfUcstloa after the for
Mills ef- a noted family doctor, asd lubri
cate every sauscle. nerve, tissue or to
atectee. It goes directly to tbe strata
portktM aad geetiy but surely relieves all
teaeeacy to aoreaeae or etrela.'
"ftpltt dslly us tbera.wlll ee.uo sola, ae;
latreea, so aeuses, so eseger oi laceratloa
erioUer aechttat,aa4:tbo period will beep,
ef sepriaie'coeu'ott aM Jofful aatUJptloo
-M all youag wostea Mether's nffi W
en' if the greatest of all helpful Ibiueeen.
for It rob ealloblrtb X U ItsaaoalM one
eaaaer.. l all tM'-eeebt' siwl.drea.
all seas of fear, ana tkus.'tublea the athea
end body te await, the areetfrt vt la a
woetM's.lM with uatiaMk , elsea.
HatkeCs. Friend ,1 a nn ckrld
resHdy le.Uousasea of.beaH. sad Is, of
mmo; eceuHar Bcrlt and ealue at to stake it
easafioMr on to, be receeMneaded by. all
TlSt'h-W'e aV.U druiC
KHMlatar .. 1ST Iaur tUde.I'at.
lasts, o.. who win nd ou b mall,
t)th ftf hwtrnfttw sad r
I i.iiv ooiii. or ise area .win wnmj
pet It. for jros If jou Ult epan k. MetV
rr's Wtead.l prepsrod oaly-by'tha Br4-
.' Tbere Is a wet
swdcSit? S,IiUMti2i,'-iit!!imoth,ir"f ,nfanta 8neu,d remember.
mJ'fS1&iitt)eU Urge cake pt p. it. Baker
a HAwMiidJttlotoKUwob lor wMsaeVaeltf Co? "
Mlx.for yeriUr.;tnit.wni SMke youTtp. j fv
ful to.otMM.TrAa, . th smAlaMTde- , vMaH orders fm-.Oan.r'ura rv,ln..n.
M:wi'te pet a Mtth e WotMr'arrteed I
Sanl-Flush makes water-
closet howls aswhiteand
clean aa new does it
f easily, quickly, without
BcrubMnc Doeiti vel v can-
not hurt the piumhine.
Shake a little 6t this powder
into the bowl twice a week to
keep it deodorized, sanitary. '
I mv JCV if-1
f Csmhw IIWer.CMee Jbesb))
ii Aymtmft or eVoan Ull
MONEOE CENTER 4-
4. 4. 4.
Miss Elsie. Baker of Mt. Vernon vis
ited in this place a few days last
Virgil and Kenneth Scott were" the
guesu of Ronald Scott Saturday.
The wind storm Friday did con
slderable (damage In this locality to
fences, hay stacks and roofs.
Mr. and Mrs. John Dowds were the
guests of Frank Johnson and family
Helen Scott was, the guest of Evelyn.
Shrimplln one night last week.
Chas. Clements -was In Mt Vernon
C. L. V. McDonald and wife were
the, guests of A. W. Hoar and family
one night last week.
The aid society ,met with Mrs. R. E.
Mrs. C. H. Johnson was the guest of
Mrs. J. W. Hoar one day last week.
' Mrs. R. E. Parish and daughter
called on Mrs. A. Wolford Saturday
Mr. 'J.- W. Grubaugh of Mt. Vernon
waa In this place Saturday night and
Sundajc. . ,,
'Some of our local sports have been
fishing and report a good catch.
Len Scott visited friends In Green
Valley Saturday night-and Sunday..
Mrs. Augusta, Blanchardi of MtuVer
nop was the guest-of Mrs. Maine
Scott and family 'Saturday night- and
. 4. :
sfKnoyrn Cough Remedy . .
P'n forty-three' years Dr. King'st
Ncv Discovery Vhns been known
throughout the world as tbe most re
llanle cough emcdy.v. Over three mil
lion bottles .vere useo last year. Isn't
this proof? :t will getrld of your
courh, or we will refundyour money.
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