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1 U FOOD KM IS
}l III FAIRMSNT TM
Field Man Expects 5,000
Pledges in Marion
County.
Expecting Marlon county residents !
to sign up at least o.OOO pledge cards
to conserve the food supply In this
country, CharleB H. Hall, field representative
of the United States food administration
headquarters. Washing j
ton, D. C-, is here today to confer with j
H. L. Smith, county farm agent, and ,
Miss Blanche E. Price, farm home dcm |
onstratlon agent.
Mr. Hall plans '.o have a conterence
here late this afternoon at which he
will meet representatives of the Woman's
Club, the acaool authorities and
others. At this meeting Mr. Hall will
toll In detail the awful condition that
United States will face If conservation
Is not practiced.
EAST SIDE
NEWS -On
Pleasure Trip.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Little and son.
Raymond. left yesterday morlns on
n nl#>asnrn tHn thoir floslnn f Inn ho.
ing Seattle, Wash. Thev will spend
a month or six weeks in sight seeing
and Mr. Little will also hunt some
while in that section of the count/.
Taken to Hospital.
Mrs. Edward Cliihnrt. of East Park
avenue, was taken to Cook hospital
yesterday afternoon for an operation
for appendicitis.
i.
Hero from Kansas.
Misses Sarah and Hazel Garlow, of
Hazelton, Kansas, arrived here yesterday
and will visit relatives In and
near the city for several weeks.
PERSONALS.
Mrs. W. H. Goodnight spent the
day yesterday at Morgantown the
guest of her grandmother.
Mr. and Mrs. Lake are moving from
I Morgantown into Mrs. Cora Kager's
property on the corner of Diamond
and Guffey street.
Mrs. Charles White and children,
of Morgantown who have been at the
home of Mrs. White's parents, Mf.
and Mrs. Charles Jones In State
r. street since Friday, returned home
ki today.
Mrs. Bone, wife of Dr. Jesse Bone.
l. of Moundsvillc, and son, George, are
* guests of Mrs. Bone's mother, Mrs
Slnia Hair and grandmother, Mrs
Graham in Vermont avenue.
Mrs. J. M. Smith and Mrs. Artie I
L Collns have returned from visiting
| relatives at Terra Alta.
Mrs. John Brown, wife of ltev.
John Brown, is ill at her home in
Newton street.
I\ Miss Icie I.ee has returned from
L' I.umberport, where she had been the
guest of relatives for several weeks.
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11' PERSONALS [j
Mrs. Henrietta Davidson. Mrs.
I Claude Davidson, ot Flemington. anil
Mrs. William Feltner, i>C Webster,
were in the city several hours yesterl
day en route to Morgantown to attend
I the Baptist General association. They
i will be entertained at the home of
I Mrs. A. Itlghtmire. a sister of Mrs.
T Feltner.
I Rov. W. J. Eddy went to Morgan'
town this morning to attend the Bapf
tist General association.
Mrs. Jesse LeMasters has gone to
|t Morgantown to attend the Baptist
General association. She is the guest
while there ot ber sister, Mrs. Martha
Eddy Taylor.
Mrs. Edward Gilhart. of East Side,
underwent an operation yesterday
evening at Cook hospital for appendicitis.
Her condition was thought to
be satisfactory today.
Mrs. John W. Mason. Sr., and Mrs.
John W. Mason, Jr., will go to Pittsburgh
tomorrow to spend the next
several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Coe. of
Brownsville, Pa., Mrs. Martha Cowan
and Mr. Froham, of Nebraska, who
if had bee nthe geusts of Mr. and Mrs.
C. O. Jackson on Fourth street for
several days have returned to their
homes.
WEST VIRGINIA F'
i * .
Auto-Int<
(The victims of auto-intoxication
are many thousand every day. By
reason of the toxins, or poisons bred
in the intestines, these poisonous bacteria
are sent all through the blood
channels and the victim feels rlred
sleepy and headachy, or the brain
doesn't work as usual. The best
treatment for this Is to drink hot water
before breakfast?plenty of water
all day and procure a simple laxative,
|
J. S. QUICK
A pleasant one la made of May-apple,
. leaves of aloe, etc., with no calomel
" and entirely vegetable. First put up
by Dr. Pierce nearly 60 yearB ago.
Druggists sell these vegetable pellets
S , In vials?simply ask for Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets.
Mr. J. 3. Quirk, who resides at 137
;ffg]
LOCAL SOCI
"
Entertained Friends. I
Vparty was given by Miss Nellie
Travia at her home In Edgemont on
Thursday, October 11 In honor ot Herman
J. Hawkins who was home for a
ten day lurlough from the 'J. S. Naval
Station at Chicago, 111.
Music was rendered by Harvey Adams,
accompanied by his daughters, 1
Mrs. Watson and Mrs. Price. Also by
Miss Marchle Nutter and the Misses
Minnie and Jinnie Evans. Kefreshments
were served Those present were
Edyth Louden, Marchle Nutter, Anna
Torrell, Virginia Manley, Hazel Manley,
Virginia Harper of Grafton, Minnie
Evaus, Jennie Evans, Anna Travis
and Kelly Travis. Messrs. Herman J.
Hawkins. John Hawkins, Charles Hawkins,
Pete Parrish oi Worthington,
Walter Nutter, Pay (Joflman, Warren
Carpenter, John Jenkins, Howard Louden
and Lawrence Travis. Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Valentine and children,
Gertrude, Eva and Junior, Mr. and Mrs.
F. P. Travis. Mr. Hawkins lett Tuesday
for Chicago, 111.
Marriage Announced.
Announcement has been received
here by friends of the arriage of Miss
Joanna Wallman, formerly of this city,
now of Cumberland, Md., to Joseph
Burke, of Clarksburg, which event was
solemnized in Cumberland on Wednesday
of last week MrB. Burke who
lived in Fairmont for several years
before moving to Cumberland with her
parents, taught in the Monongah aud
Barrackville schools for several sea-!
sons. They will take up their resi i
dence In Clarksburg
? ? *
For Mrs. Smith.
Mrs. J. C. Haught entertained a
number of friends at a wiener roast j
last evening honoring Mrs. C. B.'
Smith, of Detroit, Mich., who is here
on a visit to her mother, Mrs. C. U.
Cuningham on Glenn avenue. The
guests, who numbered twelve, were
taken to a point in the country in automobiles,
and the wieners were roasted
over a lire of coals. , The event
was a delightful one.
Celebrating Anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Thomas, of
Ferry street, East side, are entertaining
their friends informally today at
their home in eclebration of their fiftieth
wedding anniversary. While the
celebration is of .a most informal nature.
invitations having been extended
through the press, a large number of
guests have called a. the Thomas home
during the afternoon and expressed
congratulations and best wishes to the
venerable couple.
*
Married in Philadelphia.
Herbert Morris. ->t this city, a son of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris, and Miss
Mary Florence Weaver, of Philadelphia,
were united in marriage on Saturday
of last week in the latter city.
They arrived here on Monday and are
CRISIS OF
WOMAN'S LIFE;
Change Safely Passed by
Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound.
Wagoner. Okla.?"I never get tired
of praising Lydia E. I'inkham's Vege?,
in,,,, i ,777;? table Compound
irldgUtti.il'' because during
Change of Life 1
Wy 'i? was m ked two
f ^'^8' years and had two
j9j operations, but all
ife ilffn I ""e ^octors un|J ?pi
l _ jfflll I erations did me no
| good, and I would
have been in my
nramnM grave toaay nad it
WTOlfiBnSBlfflBaBB not been for Lydia
MMffi E. Pinkham'a Vogl
* * etablo Compound
which brought me out of it ail right, bo
I am now well and do all my housework,
besides working in my garden. Several
of my neighbors have got well by taking
LydiaE. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound"?
Mrs. Viola Finical, Wagoner,
Okla.
Such warning symptoms as sense of
suffocation, hotflashes, headaches,backaches,
dread of impending evil, timidity,
sounds in the ears, palpitation of the
heart, sparks before tho eyes, irregularities,
constipation, variable appetite,
weakness and dizziness should be needed
by middle-aged women. Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound has carried
many women safely through the crisis.
OLKS, ATTENTION !
ixication.
"This is to certify that 1 have taken
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets and
found them to be all that they are
recommended to be. They are a
Bplendid regulator of the stomach,
liver and bowels. For headaches,
constipation or biliousness they are
fine, never causing distress. I once
kept Dr. Pierce's remedies in my
store and have sold many a package
t*u? uau n.iiv complaint as to
tlieir effects, so Judge they were always
satisfactory. I can recommend
theso medicines as being good."
Mrs. Mary Murrell, of 720 Seventh
Ave., Huntington, W. Va., says: "1
have taken Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets
and found them excellent. Por
sick headach . constipation, biliousness
or sluggish liver they are
tho best I have ever taken. They
tone up the system and are very easy
and pleasant to take. I am glad to
recommend them."
If not obtainable at your favorite
drug store, send 25 cents *ti oue-ceut
stamps to Dr. Piorce, Invalids' Hotel,
Buffalo, N. V., and he will mail you
a package of the Pellets.
Mrs. John Combs, of 704 Second
St., Moundsville, W. Va., says: "1
tnink Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets
are the best medicine of their kind
that I have ever taken. I have taken
them for sick headaches, biliousness
and constipation and found them a
splsndid regulator of the stomach,
liver and bowels. They are very
easy, never causing distress and seem
o tone up the entire system.'1.
B WEST VIRGINIAN?FAI
AL EVENTS I!
i
guests at the home of the groom's parent*.
Mrs. Morris visited friends here
Inst summer and made many friends.
Mr. Morris Is a graduate of the law
school of Washington and Lee University
and Lexington, Va., and Is a
young man of sp'endld personality.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Weaver, parents
of Mrs. Morris, have Issued cards announcing
the marriage.
Golden Wedding Celebration.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Keener, well
known residents of Rlvervlew Farm
near the city, celebrated their golden
wedding anniversary on Sunday at
their home when they entertained a
large number of relatives and friends.
Mr. Keener who is a veteran o? the
Civil war, raised an American flag on
the lawn as the guests were assembled
about the dinner table, where a splendid
dinner was served. The guests included
children and grand children ot
Mr. and Mrs. Keener, the latter having
been before her marriage Miss Sarah
Hildebrand. An association of the
family was formed Sunday which will
hold an annual reunion. Officers were
elected as follows: H. C. Keener, president;
Mrs. C. F. Malone, vice president;
L. H. Keener, secretary ana
treasurer. Mr. ami Mrs. Keener were
the recipients of many beautiful presents.
Each of their children presented
them a gold piece. Several recitations
given by the grand children were
much enjoyed. Those present were J.
E. Daugherty. L. C Keener, Mrs. A. j
E. Keener, Wauneta. Pauline, Paul,
Genevieve and Emojene Keener, Mrs.
Emma Vance, H. C. Hildebrand, Mr.
Immediaf?
tyesntys In {
Hair firowft
"THERE'S A SURE AND EASY
WAY OF HAVING BEAUTIFUL
HAIR," SAYS VALESKA SURATT,
THE MOVIE BEAUTY-FAVORITE.
BY VALESKA SURATT.
MEASURE the length of your
hair today, use the formula 1
. give you here, and then measure
your hair again in 30 days. The
difference will startle you, feel sure.
You are an exception if you have not
at some lime used something for your
hair. In trying this you will realize
the reason for my urging you so
strongly to try it. If you have never
used a hair-grower it will also pay
you to use it. Go to your druggist
and get one ounce of hetaquinol and
mix it at home with a pint of bay
ruin or a half pint of alcohol and halt
pint of water If preferred. It contains
no oil and is a delight to use. It.
^ould he, applied every day to get
"_fw. Bald spots will fill out quickly,
and the hair will take on a new,
beautiful lustre. This mixture give3
intense stimulation to hair growth.
The formula given makes a very
efoonmical hair grower, more effective
and much less in price than hair
treatments sold in ready prepared
form.
* * ?
MRS. M. N. A.?Yes, all egg shampoo
is excellent. More should use it
instead of soap Even better than
egg is eggol. Dissolve a teaspoonful
of eggol In half a cup of water and
apply as a head-wash. Enough eggol
can he secured from your druggist
for twenty-five cents to last for over
a dozen head-washes.
* * *
WAITING?I have never been able
to find words to express the beautifying
action o fthis formula on the
skin. You should try it by all means;
only then can you realize how you
have wasted time, money and an opportunity
by using other things.
Make your own mixture at home of
one ounce of zintone and two tablespoonfuls
of glycerine in a pint of
water. This makes over a pint, a
large quantity for a comparatively
small price. Your skin will blossom
out like a rose, all spots will disappear
very quickly and your dream of
a beautiful complexion will surely
come true. The zintone will cost fifty
cents at the drug stor$.
Read What Others 1
Then Try It
Read this one from Parkei
stomach trouble and tndigeseto
bad at times. Burning sensatii
ing were common to me. 1 hat
sleep good; was very nervous.
"1 took four doses of Kar-Na
suit; my stomach is much be
peared. I can cat good and slei
"S. C
A strong statement from Ca
Marietta, Ohio, citiion.?"I had
and indigestion for several ye
medicines without any appar
Kar-Nak. After taking Kar-N
trouble has been entirely rell
entirely disappeared. My nert
able to enjoy a good night's r
proved. Will cheerfully recomi
Kar-Nak is a Stomach and Nervi
dren as well as old folks. Kar-Nak
formula, and all persons that are sti
headaches, rheumatism, liver ailm
sleeplessness, bloating, in fact, all 1
and Nerves should go at once to tin
bottle and your dollar back if the n
Get it at the Mountain (
Court House and the Hall
?Advt.
...
RMONT, WEDNESDAY EV
r. C. Keener, Mrs. Daisy Keener, Blanch !
Oddriet. Verner, Mabel, Elbert, Virginia
and Joseph Virgil Keener, Jr., Ar- .
mlnta Sines, L. H. Keenes, Jennie
Keener, Clarence, Opal and Ralph
Keener, Mr. Cbas. Keener, Etta Keener,
Hazel. Cecil and Saraetta Keener.
H. C. Keener. Mar.na Keener, Reiford.
Vendetta, Clementine, Lourine Keener,
Mrs. May Freeman, Chester and
Carlton Freeman, Mrs. J. M. Stiles.
J. J. Nixon, Jr., Mr. C. F. Malone, Mr.
Frederick Keener, Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Keener. At the close of the day thei
guests motored to their various homes, 1
wishing Mr. and Mrs. Keener many
more years of wedded bliss.
? *
For Visiting Delegates.
Mrs. John J. Cornwall, wife of Governor
Cornwell, will entertain dele-1
gates to the Woman's Federation con-1
ventlon at a tea on Thursday after-1
noon at the Governor's mansion. Mrs.
T. fl. Pnrhrnn. nrnsirinnt r,t 1
burg, and Mrs. 0. F. Coyle, president
of the Charleston Woman's club, -will
receive with Mrs. Cornwell. Last night
Judge and Mrs. H. D. Rummell entertained
the delegates at a musical and
tea at their home.
Left for Ohio.
Mr. and MrB. N. R. Jamison and son,
Mansfield Jamison, left this morning
In their Haynes car for points In Ohio
to visit relatives for several days.
PNEUMONIA p*
First call a physician.
Then begin hot
applications of? p?,
y' a Littl* Sotly-Ouitrd In tor Horn* *
VICK'SVAPORUEffi
DIStil'STED?Yo uare no different
from other women. You want to be
sure to get rid of wrinkles and you
want to do it quickly. That it can
be done will be proven to you In an
astoundinc wav in a short time it
you will make up the following cream
at home by mixing two ounces of
eptol and two tablespoonfuls of glycerine
in a half pint of water. Fifty
cents at the drug store will get
enough eptol to make over a pint of
this remarkable wrinkle remover.
Mere is your chance to make your
friends "take it all back."
? ?
RETIRING?Just moisten those
hairs with some sulfo solution, and i
in a few moments on bathing the j
skin with wnter you will be startled I
to see that every trace of hair will
he gone. This preparation is delightful
because it is safe and leaves the
skin soft and smooth. It is all ready
to use, and there is nothing to get
ready. It. never fails even on the
heaviest growth, and delicate skins
may be treated with it with perfect
safety. A hair-free skin is always
a delight. The sulfo solution will
cost one dollar at any drug store.
*
MISS T. IT V.?1Take a hot wet
cloth and sprinkle some powdered
neroxin on it, then rub thu blackheads
with it. You will be astonished
to see them all disappear in a few
moments. You can get enough of the
neroxin for fifty cents at any drug
store to last a long wvf!e.
* *
MRS. H. C\ K.?If it should occur
again that yon can not gel. the betaquinol
for the hair ami the eptol for
wrinkles, send fifty cents, which is
the price of either, to my secretary.
??1IU I f.-irtiiip;, otxnnarj IU V Illt'Shrl
Suratt. Thompson Bldg., Chicago,"
and you will bo at once supplied by I
mail.
*
GERTRDUE P I know your difficulty
in getting face powder free
from chalkiness. I want you to try
the new powder made after mv own
formula, and now sold in drug stores
as "Valeska Suratt Face Powder," at
fifty cents, in flesh, white or brunette
tints. It is finer than any imported
powder, invisible, and gives
the complexion an incomparable
charm.
think of KAR-HAK
For Yourself
sburg?"I have luffered with
n Tor a long time. It was very
Dn anil heavy feeling after eatl
a poor appetite and could not
k and was surprised at the retter
and all misery has disap>p
fine now.
!. GARDNER, (Clerk)
Blenerhasset Hotel,
Parkersburg, W. Va.
pt. L. J. Cutter, a well known
suffered from stomach trouble
ars and tried numerous other
ent relief, so decided to try
ak for one week my stomach
ieved and my indigestion has
rousness has left me and I am
est. My appetite has also immend
It to my friends."
U J. CUTTER,
109 Wooster St,
Marietta, 0.
3 Tonic. Kar-Nak is good for chfl.
is compounded from the wonderful
ffering from indigestion, biliousness
lents. kidney trouble, nervousness,
un down conditions of the stomach
e Mountain City Drug Co. $1.00 the
ledicine fails to help you.
}ity Drug Co., opposite the
Drug Store, Merchant St.
ENING, OCTOBER IT, 1917.
# a The Boys
W) SZIT.
& $5 to $15.
Come Any Day
Hartley Stor
The beautiful new Autumn fashions ;
Women are giving the fine, fresh thing;
some new idea?something delightful. !
they show that the season is to be one ol
things, rich with furs and garnitures.
XT TT_l? " !
i^ew nais
Exclusively Lovely Are
Ready tor You
Fine and faithful reproductions of best hats
that Paris has produced this season?each a delight
to behold and a joy to wear.
Crowns, though Insecure on royal heads, have
come into their own on hats and we have?
?Crowns cut in sections and corded.
?the soft, collapsible crown that seems designed
especially to be carled in a trunk.
?The crown circled with iridescent feather
breasts;
?And the high, draped crown.
Colored facings are smart, too, and it is wonderful
what a hecoming color will do when introduced
close to the face.
Prices of these beautiful new hats run from $5 to
$15. (Second Floor)
New Winter Stocks of
UNDERWEAR
Good dependable kinds now ready
for everybody, and the one who is
catching cold knows that "it's time to
nut. Vrri nn."
Women's and children's underwear?Third Floor
Men's and Boy's underwear?First Floor.
How Do Nemo Corsets Relieve Ba
By the new Nemo Back-Resting invent
reinforces weak muscles and strengthens
The sketch illustrates?
1?The soft, over-lapping
which are inside the coi
Vfr &:/ up with the regular corss
) I "x ( tape straps fit slightly i
III '3ur\ body than the outer cor;
I I a most soothing support.
I " 2?The flattening effect of tl
III I ^eature's very not'ce
I I ji*. | improves me poise.
I S I As backache is commt
* r- ^ J all women, Nemo Back-E
tj P sets are designed in mode
? J type of figure. If your be
you'll find new comfort and better style ir
Back-Resting Corset. Come soon and get j
Nemo Back-Resting Corsets, for all fig
and upward.
K K??
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PAGE 81, J
i* Clothing ?
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"73H55 -VA>H
Now to See the I
e at its Best i 1
ire putting their impress upon the city.
? ereat attention. Evorv rfnv hrinnro
stocks arc at their fullest right now and
[ exceedingly line things?lustrous
Every Woman Should See j
the New Dresses
Dresses (or every occasion?dressing for mora- I
tng, afternoon and evening wear?they are all here
In splendid assortments In the Dross Department.
In all It Is a very delightful collection. Tha
drosses follow the newest modes without being
extreme. They are smart hut always in good taste.
And always there Is just one of a kind?bo that |j
you are not apt to meet your dress on another
woman! I
The new serge and jersey cloth dresses art I
beautiful In their rich autumn shades of browni
taupe, berge, Copenhagen, burgundy as well M !
blues and blacks. .. f ^
A great many show now embroidered motlfa ot
silk, wool or gold or silver tinsel. Some are braided,
some are beaded, and all are exclusive ere a- ' J I
tlons with the new bustle and side draping ropre- sft ' ' v'jm
sen |. $is to $35 for largest choice. p#
(Second Floor) / "A
Among the Newest Suits I
and Coats tor Women
Smart suits at $18 to $40?of Sllvertone, Velotir
and Broadcloth; In the fashionable colora, and
epiite severe Or more fanciful, just as you wish. I
Somehow the new basque and bustle effects, soma
are fur trimmed and a great many are belted and
fashioned with high waist-line.
Plpauine nnw inn cnnlc ?*? ? 4 ?
- oi ? "?* ^ >" > '1 v-1" *u??aio ut vraiLu '. j
velours In rich Winter ehades, many fur trimmed
and all with larpo collars and helta.
(Second Floor)
With the approach of the Winter
season, a great many people contemplate
the purchase of a
VICTROLA I
These wonderful lnBtru- fiaH
' ments are Bold everywhere
M "ie serv'oe >'?u may have " a
If bSSFII ! partment Is a little better, i: ia
v! I' Pl'l 1 a little quicker, a little aur- ?.
w! |1 fillillill Iji pr than anywhere else we ; J
1 'bHi llM '<now ?r- Victrolas ?15, t25
6ly I A small payment down will
I jj place any of these Victro- I
? B las In your home; conven(Fourth
Floor)
=t| The New Dress Fabrics
Suggest Cooler Weather
tnatiic i
Also that this Is a good |ime ; ?
tion, which to look over and choose the ma- 1 the
k,?i, terials for tailored suits and
' baCk- gowns H 1
Broadcloths, 62 Inches wide, a
tape-straps, a >'arrl.
set and lace Wool Charmeuse, 44 Inches l!
it laces. The wWo, $1-75 a yard,
closer to the French serge. 44 to 50 Inches,
set, and give S1.50 to 52 a yard.
Fraras, 44 Inches wide, $1.60 a II 1
le Back-Restable.
It also All wool Challis, 44 inches
wide, plain colors, $1.00 a yard.
rn fn .w plaM Skirtings. 2% yard pat- :
m to almost t(,rn> ?g 00 a len;h
nesting Cor- t .
Is for every (First Floor)
ickisweak, Fancy Silks
i the Nemo Crt ir j
/our model. 31-50 a Yard.
,,rp? nn They are soft.clinging. Ins- i
* trous silks in striped patterns of V;
the newest autumn shades, 36 ' I-i'S
Inches wide, $1.50 a yard. " ?
Sellers Kitchen j|
^aoineis csoia on i |
5pn^ Easy Terms
There can be only one best of
j"** any article?the SELLERS is the
I ll ll sf best in kitchen cabinets.
?- ' ' ? \^9
U I 1 We know that Sellers Kitchen Y's|j|
U . Cabinet is the best. We know it
!) 1 has more and better conveniences
"j than any other cabinet. And we
"'v' y- want to prove this to your own satVy,'
Cqme In and see the several sty\
\ les we now have on display. Sea
\ \ , the one displayed in our window.
Any ot these cabinets you may
Cvwun have in your home on the first
I payment of tl 00?the balance of ;.e
JTIjllfV A ( gyments to suit your convenience,
. XFiftn noor):
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