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THE NEWS GATHEEEK.- M. Allen Eddy - Editor. Pnblished at Macedon,'N. Y., EVF.11Y SATURDAY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. These ratos include postage to any part of the United States or Canada, ljyear (if paid in advance) $1.00 1 year (if not paid in advanco) 1.25 MnUni in the Post Office at Maccdon at teo- nd ata«a mail matter. Saturday, May 6, 1893. EALLROAD TIME TABLES NEW YORK CENTRAL A - HUDSON RIVER RAILROAD. treat Four-Track Trunk Line 1*\*M4 by ttio Government, In connection with iht Lake thore 4 Michigan Southern R'y> u th* \ROUTE OF THE FAST MAIL.' WMh thi Lakt Shore It alio formi the routi of tho Fsunoui Wagner Veitibulo M Ntw York & Chicago Limited.\ at esflntctlon with the Lake Shore end \Big Four,\ H oonetltutee tho route of the M Southwestern Limited\ TO •INOINNATI, INDIANAPOLIS AND 8T. LOU It le aleo the IIHECT LINE TO NIAGARA FALLS, AadwHh the Michigan Oentnl R.R.fermi M The Niagara Falls Route MTWEEN THE EAST AND THE WEST. All Tt aim arrive at and depart from GRAND CENTRAL STATION, nwM Art. at* forty-feet* 9t. Mtu York, Largtet and Finest Pateenger Station In America, and *• enly one In the city ef New York. Tain* leave! Macedon as followe, GOING EAST. 9:1B a. m. No, 34, Accommodation • ;1G a. m. No. 66. Local Freight. 1J:S0 p. m. No. 36, Acco'tion. S:82 p. m. No 30 Acco'tion. 5:11 p. m. *No 38 Western Express. 7 :45 p. m. No 26 Lyons Acco'tion. GOING WEST. 7:48 a. m. Buffalo Accom'tion. 0:47 a. m. * No 27 Accom'tion. 18:41 p. m. accom'tion. 2:15 p. m, No 67 Local Freight. 4:05p. m. \No 21 Day Express. 7;27p. m. No 39 Eochester Ac'n. 11:05 p. m. *No 37 Rochester Ac'n. •Runs Sundays. EDSON J. WEEKS, Gen'l Agt. 1 Exchange St, Buffalo, N. Y. J. M. TOUCEY, GEO, H. DANIELS Gen'l Supt. G. P. A. Grand Central Station, N. Y. WEST SHORE R. R. (N. Y. C. & H. R. R. R. Lesees.) TRAINS MOVING WEST. 7:13 a. m. Buffalo Accommodation 8-05 a, m. Local Fr't, via Gen. Jun 8:56 p. m. Buffalo Accommodation TRAINS MOVING EAST. 7:39 a. m. W. S. Express. 8:05 p. m. Way Fr't to Newark. 6:14 p. m. Newark Accommodation C. E. Lambert, G, P. A. WAYNEPOET. TRAINS MOVING WEST. 7:18. a. m. Buffalo Accommodation 8:12 a. m. Way Fr't via Gen. Jet. 4 ;00 p. m. Buffalo Accommodation TRAINS MOVING EAST. 7:33 a. m. W. S. Express. 2:40 p. m. Way Fr't to Newark. 6:09 p m. Newark Accomodation. Dr. fratpl^ fiiplevjyj Macedon, NT. Y. Office hours; 8 to 9 A. sr., 2 to 4 »nd 7 to 9 p. M. Sundays, 8 to 10 A. it. and 7 to 9 P. si. Clubbing:, Bates. We will send the NEWS GATHKKKR and any of the below publications for one year, both for the price named after: Webster's Unabridged Dictionary, $2.00 Demorest's Magazine, 2.55 New York World, 1.85 New York Tribune. 1.85 OF LOCAL INTEREST, Br. Morgan L ]4ulrp.«, DENTIST. Office and labritory 170 Plymouth Ave., Rochester. Eddy & Johnston Building, Mac­ edon, N. Y. Office day Monday, until further notice. Dr. L«wi$ fl. Gilbert, DENTIST. Rochester office, 62 State St. J. C. Servoss' residence, Macedon, N. Y. Office day, Wednesday, until further notice. INSURANCE. Why not have the BEST P Tho largest insurance firm iD Wayne County, representing 13 of the best oompanies in tho world. Correspon­ dence solicited. CLARK & KNAPP, Palmyra, N, Y. J. L Yhi$tkthwaite, ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW, 617 Ellwanger & Barry Building, ROCHESTER, N. Y. The regular Communica­ tion of Macedou Lodge, 665, F. & A. M. will be held in their Hall, Tues- day,7:30 r. si., May 1C, 1893. By order G. P. KAISER, W. M. E. P. MAGEB, Sec'y. Onicurio G-rcunits and JvLarhle fortes ONTARIO, N. Y. Judgo McLouth of Palmyra is the proud parent of a baby girl. Spring is here; the Baltimoro ori olo and the canal mule arrived Tuesday, T. M. Eipley is engagod in his profession of civil engineer, at Buff a lo, N. Y. E. L. Wright has purchased the Micheal Heath place, to take pos- session next April. A horso kicked Edwin Cotter on tho back of his right hand Saturday breaking soveral bones. Governor Flower has signed Son ator Parson's bill exempting Y. M, C. A. from property taxation. By agroement of counsel, the trial of Lizzie A. Borden has been arran ged to begin Juno 5th. at New Bed ford. JDr, Lewis Gilbert will be absent! from Macedon during the month of May; but will rosume his j>»'acticc here, June 1st. A rebato will be allowed to all farmers using wide-tired wagons bill to that effect having been signed by Gov. Flower. Mrs. Walter Posseo and son, Bor nard, went on Monday, to Lyons whero they will spend some time vis iting relativos and friends. Thomas Mitchell of Walworth has beon designated as one of the postal clorks, who will ropresent the mail service of this country at the World's Fair. E. G. Allen of Farmington, has been appointed a member of the 'Advisory council on Farm Culture and Cereal Industry\ for Ontario county, at tho World's Fair. Jurors for the May term of court from Macedon arc; grand jurors, R McLeod, and Wm. H. Gridley; trial jurors, I. L. Puidy, Charles Corey and David Cramer. The lock tonders at Macedon are upper lock; Joseph Cullen, John Roddy, John Ostrich and Bernard Beal; lowor lock; Henry Eoed, Thomas Lauo, John Doyle. Tho bicycle rider in the relay race, who was to be releived at Palmyra, passed that place on tho tow path Tuesday evening, and did not know it, compelling him to extend his trip from Newark,to Wayneport, where ho arrived all fagged out. Tho Canadian Pacific Eailway has issued that American currency of all descriptions including silver .be ac­ cepted at par over its entiro system If American railroads would do tho same by Canadian money,they would save tho traveling public annoyance. Tho bicycle contest of the Bock ester Herald, which has beon run- ning since Jan. 16th., was closed last Sunday night and Fred H. Crosby, an assistant train dis patchor of tho western division of tho New York Central Eailway, WBB the winner. He received 109,296 votes. The school law requires that con­ tracts between trustees and teachers shall bo in writing and shall be sign ed by tho trmtees, Failure to com ly with this act has caused much controversy. In a recent circular letter to trustees, the State Superin tondent says that the further viola­ tion of this act will render school districts liable to a forfeit of tho public monsy, Railroad matters sometimes get mixed, A statement in tho Monroe County Mail, that the DeWitt Clin-, ton train would go over tho direct road en route for Chicago, brought soveral people to Wayneport station, Tuesday afternoon, and tho Lyons Republican calls people out to see the Grafton's World's Fair Spec­ ial, \which is now running regular­ ly,\ while in fact, it will bo two weoks before the train will bo put on. Tho county papers have beon strong in denouncing the \sensation­ al reports\ concerning the Custodial Asylum, that appeared in the Roch­ ester Morning Herald. Tuesday, tho State Board of Charities made public their report which shows that tho Herald waB right, and that cor­ poreal punishment was frequently inflicted in a rough mannor, and in some cases whon the patients were sick and death followed in a few days. Tho Superintendent is charg­ ed with tripping feeble minded women causing thom to fall upon their backs; ordering them to stand up and repeat the operation. The canal hands received their pay Thursday, at the Breeso House, Mrs Guernsoy is quite sick with bronchitis. Mrs. Bruce Ingersoll is suffering with what seems like pneumonia. Miss Maude Soilcck of Palmyra, is visiting at William Smith's of this place. Tho Sunday bluo law of Pennsyl­ vania has been repealed, another step towards civilization. Frank Gillis returned to Macedon Tuesday. Ho reports his arm as useful as before first brokon. Gov. Flower has denied Harris' application for clemency and tho poisinor of his wifo must die. Mrs. H. West and daughter, Mrs. Thatcher, came to Macedon, Thurs­ day. Mrs. West will remain here during tho summer. Charles Ford, of Clyde, has res igned his position as superintendent of this division of tho Erie canal as the compesation is not sufficient for the work. Tlis successor is not known. Wo wish to corroct a mistake in tho Monroe County Mail, to the effect that the hotel and barns at Macodon burned. Nothing of the kind has occured and travelers will find tho Breeso House at the same old stand. \Popular fossils\! YOB, popular­ ity and fossilism go hand ia hand. No man who has ever boon a benefit to scieeco, or who has elevated the moral standard of men has been J popular. Stay popular and be a fossil. If tho unforeseen does not happen betweon this writing and Sunday morning, tho gates of tho world's fair will be openod on that day and those holding tickots will bo admit­ ted to the grounds and allowed tho same privileges as tho people who came the day previous. Do not fail to como and enjoy the social at tho Universalist church this (Friday) evening. The ladies will serve j'ust such a bountiful sup per a3 they know how to servo, at tho prico of 15 cents. Come all and have a good old fa'shionod visit. Supper from 6:30 to 8 o'olock As Grover Cleveland looked at tho worlds fairgrounds he exclaimed, grand! marvelous! incomprehensi­ ble!\ Tho Monroe County Mail in advocating that it should bo closed Sundays compared it to \various theatres, saloons and other places of amusemont\. Truly it does not tako a weather gagtio to measure men's minds. Ira Clark, an old resident of the eastern part of this town, died at his home with his son-in-law, E. H. Barehatn of Palmyra, on Monday, May 1st, of paralysis; being nearly 80 years old. The deceased leaves two children and throe brothers. Tho funeral services wore held at the house Wednesday afternoon, Eev. H, O. Moyer officiating. In-j termont was made at Marion. No one, not in trade, can have tho faintest idea of the large amount of hosiery that can be sold in a small town liko Macedon. Harwood & Co. havo sold in three and one-half years of one certain brand of child ren's ribbed hose, over 150 dozen. They now have over 100 styles in cotton and wool. Hardly a week paeses that thoy do not receive an invoice of hosiery. Farmington. The peach buds are all right yet, Over two and .throo-eighths inches of rain-fall this past week. Mrs. J. C. Wood returned from Palmyra, last Thursday. Geo. Wateretraw Sr. has moved to Milo Centre, south,east of PennYan. Eugene Markham begins work for'H. H. Sawyer next Monday morning. Peas are sown and early potatoes plantod. Some fiolds of barley and oats are sown, Quito a number- of our towns-peo pie went to Shortsville to see the oldest locomotive and train of cars. Tho Good Templars havo decided to hold their regular meetings the second and fourth Saturday evenings of each month until next October. The next regular meeting of our Grange will be this evening. Topic for discussion, \Our next Grange Fair.\ South Perinton. Death of Mrs. Bernard Maxwell. Again the Angel of Doath has vis­ ited this community, and taken from our midst a precious one, deeply enshrined in the loving af­ fections of a multitude of hearts Her place as daughter, sister, and devoted wife and mother can never be fillpd. Her gentle, winning ways, her genial, loving disposition made all, her friends. But the ways of Provi denco are mysterious, and our all wise and loving Creator knows what is best for us all, and He alone can soothe tho hearts whom he has afflicted, and bind up tho heart strings which havo been torn assun- dor. Groat is the happiness of a happy death, and such was hers. Sur­ rounded by her loved ones, consoled by tho rights of her holy Faith, with u resigned and tranquil mind, and with unwavering faith she breathed forth her pure soul into the bosom of her Redeemer, and there enjoys wo trust, tho blessed peaoe and rest which \eye _hath not seen, nor ear heard, nor hath it entered into the heart of man to conceive.\ The whole community extends its sympathy to the bereaved husband and family. Her death occurred April 26, and the funeral was held April 2P, from St. Anne's church Palmyra, Rov. M. A, F. Holmes officiating. \A precious one from us Is Roue, A voice we loved la stilled, A place Is vacant In our home, Which never can be fllted. Ood, in bis wisdom has recalled The boon nislov o had given. And though the body slumbers here, The soul is safe in Heaven. \ Humphreys' Specifics Nos, ton and sixteen speedily and pcrrnan ently euro malaria and bilious fevers, Price 25 contB each, at all drug stores. Jacob J. Wells died at his home in this place, on Tuesday fevening, April 25th., aged S4 years. He had been in failing health for several years; result of a paralytic stroke about 16 years ago. Ho kept about until 2 years ago, when his heart; became affected and death was imminent at any time. He was only confined to his bed two days at the last, but all .tho lower part of his body became paralyzed. Ho: was a warm hoartod, genial man, and when in health, the life of any social gathering, a good neighbor] and kind friend. He had only one son, Isaac S. Wells, who lives on the homestead here. His wifo died four years ago. Rev. Mr. Norton, our pastor, conducted the religious services at the house and preached tho sermon at the church. The servioes at tho grave were conducted by the Masonic fraternity of which he was a member, being a charter member of the Fairport Lodge. Miss Anna Jackson of Palmyra, t distant cousin of Mr. Wells, attend ed his funeral; also friends from Victor, Manchester and Fairport. Ontario. Difference of Opinion. Obituary. Mrs. Reuben Reeves, of Maccdon Contro, peacefully passed away at at hor home, about 2 p. m., Monday, May 1st. Tho funeral service was hold at the M. E. xhurch on Wedn­ esday, the sormonffleing by Rov. F. O. Thompson, assisted by I. H. Kel­ logg, J. H. Stoody and A.- B. Nor­ ton. Loving friends had tastefully docorated tho pulpit and platform with beautiful flowerB. Mrs. Reeves was born in Lockport, , Y., in 1830. Hor maiden name was Jane T. Wright. Sho was mar­ ried to Mr. Rooves, in 1862, and for most of the time since has been a resident of this town. Sho was most highly esteemed,- not only by her own family, but by her neighbors and all who knew her. She was a! Christian woman of unuBual sweot- nesa and beauty of character. Her closing days and hours were in 2>eace and rost of soul, in harmony with the lite of trust in Christ which she had lived. A. B. JT. STURGES & RISLE Y, Propr, THE BOSTON CLOTHING Hat, cap and Gents' furnishing goods store at Palmyra, is having a booming trade. New goods and low prices tell. A new stock of goods on sale at at Eddy's. It comprises staple and fanoy goods, fancy apromngs, in both white and colored, towelings, scrims, tablo cloth*, one, an unbloah- ed linen at 32 cents per yard, and napkins, toilet spreadi, bed epreads and many other goods, with notions, crockery atad floor.oil cloths, .all ( of which are $old v«ry\ cheap. The Arcadian Gazette says: \The Macodon Nows should bo a little careful how it calls pooplo \fossiliz ed things,\ who do not favor the opening of tho World's Fair, Sun­ days. That paper may find several very intelligent men who would deem it a calamity if it is decided to open tho fair on Sunday.\ We frequently find several intelli­ gent mon who disagree with us; but are not influenced by their opinions in what we think right. If it is to be, that the fair shall be closed on Sunday, so be it; but it is no more just that people who entertain no religious scruples against attending Sunday, should be excluded on that day, than it was for the Puritans to porsocute tho Quakers. If closed is the word we Bhall respect tho law, but that will not prevent our making a vigorous kick during, the entiro season. In tho same breath with tho above expression, in the face of a decision of the State Board of Charities, that shows that the most inhuman pun­ ishments have been inflicted at the Custodial Asylum, tho Gazette defends the brutal official against the defenseless feeble minded women, and terms those brutalities, \a few mistakes.\ We hold that religious observance is all right whon it ia tho expression of character, but if tho hypocrite could exchange his stock for a liko amount of decency, what a better world this would be. WANTED AT ONCE-By M. Story, of Palmyra, a first class Dry Goods and Carpet clerk. Good pay and'permanent position for the right man. A fine assortment at Eddy's of those Hayden's flannels suitable for mons' pants and vest; also for boys' clothes M. STORY OF Palmyra, is having a great] special carpet sale. Over seven thousand dollars of tho newest and choicest oarpots made, will bo sold in 30 days. His carpet room is crowded daily. Get your carpets now at tho low prices, from a very large and elegant new stock. ' M. Lipsky of Palmyra has the largost stock of clothing ever soon on this county. If yon want a good iverco»t~for a roasonablo prioe, call •B Mm. For sale-4- sofa-bottom chairs.sofa rocking chair, 23 yards 3 -ply allwool ingrain carpet, Mrs. Margaret Mci Neille ' It is announced that the wedding, of Miss Addie Fries of Furnacovillo, and Anson Gatchell of Alton, will take place Tuesday, May 2nd. Mrs. Will Pound of Williamson, visited friends in town last week A. J. Clark who is clerking at Sodus Point, visited his parents Sunday. Miss Nellie Gildersleeve returned home last week, from a visit to hor mother, in Fairport. Frank Conklin, the elocutionist of] Wolcott, gavo an entertainmont at tho Baptist church, for tho benofit of the Ladies' Aid society. The funeral of the child of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lippincott, was, held at the house, May 1st. A. W. Clark and family have] moved into tho houso formerly oc cupied by Goorgo McCagg. PURDY. HARWOOIJ THE NEW GOODS COMPANY. Bought last week in NEW I York by Mr. Purdy, have most­ ly arrived, some are still to come We have not time to particular­ ize, can only say he found the prices of almost all lines much ^ CASH. PRESENT, lower than they have been and W E have ioo-pound packages we shall make our prices accord- 0 f CARPET TACKS, of all' ingly. On some goods our prices will be lower than we ever sold them before. For in stance, we make the price on Canton Ginghams nine cents per We rece j ve d these yard, never before sold under tnat j iac j sizes mixed together. Each package eontains assorted sizes of tacks, with a very few small nails, from 1-2 to 1 inch in size. from a firm ten, remnants in same goods eight cents. But enough of this now, next week we will have more to say about prices and goods. . NEW WALL PAPER. A big addition to our already large stock, NEW DOTTED SWISS Lawns, prices 12 1-2 and 20 cents Very pretty goods, ask to see them. SATEEN RUSSE, a large figured goods for curtains, up­ holstering, &c, very handsome. 50 conts per yard. o 0 0 DID WE HEAR YOU SAY you wanted a good Rubber Coat or a Rubber Circular or an Umbrella that won't fade or drip, for this wet weather—we have them. .11 TONS, of just this kind oi mixture. Tis not necessary to state how they came by it. 'Tis not nec­ essary to state how we obtained our supply. They are ours by right and we got them for a parjj ticular purpose. As they are not in our line they will be dis­ posed of on the following terms only.—To any person who buys of us 96 cents worth of any kind of goods, in cash or barter, a package of these tacks will go to make the purchase $1. Less than that amount will not enti­ tle you to the package at any price. A larger purchase will entitle you to the package at 4 cents. No amount will buy the package, except on the above conditions. Now if this is not making a cash present of the A NEW lot of Dunkirk shirts, difference between what you white laundried and unlaundried pay for l6 ounces 0 f tacks and 4 David Craven and family arrived,Striped fronts and cuffs, precale cen t s what is it 5 As the South- — — i.1 a. il — J TM t ' erners say,e house-cleanings \ise from the west recently, and will!New. move on tho farm formerly owned by David McConnell. Miss Ina Fields has returned to her home in Sodus Point. Bicycle fever seems to have taken possession of several of the young men in town. \West Walworth. R. M. Morris went to Utica last week, to attend the funeral of his sister. He returned home on Friday, Mrs. Avery Main who has been visiting her daughter at Oneida, for some time, returned last Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Reed had family gathering at their home last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. M. S Lovell and daughter of Randolph, were present. M. S. Main and wife spent last Sunday with relatives at Walworth, George Clark of Macedon, spent last Sunday at his old homestead. I. J. Williams purchased a new carriage last week. J. Dan Druschell of Honeoye Falls, was buried at that place, on Thursday afternoon. He was former resident here. WE HAVE JUST bought our garden seeds; paid the money for them and they are ours to sell at any price we please. That price will be 3 cents per paper. Bulk seeds at low prices. 0 o 0 GENTLEMEN, come on, so timely. th above good ar We always take eggs, change for dry goods. in ex- Among the goods we received from New York this week, were a fine assortment of ladies' Jer- in and I sey pants and vests. Have in Card of Thanks. Reubon Reoves and family desire to express their sincere thanks to all who assisted in tho last sickness and death of wife and mother. M. STORYOF Palmyra, is having a wonderful carpet sale; his carpet room is crowded daily. See his new adver­ tisement. We sell the best springs for beds that you can buy and tho cheapest Woods & Son. Our prepared paint is tho best you can buy. Woods & Son. The only safo and reliable oil stove is tho Monitor. Woods & Son soil it. We have something new in corn planters Woods & Son. M. Story of Palmyra, has a new advertisement this week; be sure and read it. He is selling more carpets and dry goods than any one storo in Wayno county and possibly moro'thari any two stores. We know of no clothing store in this vicinity, whero you can get so much in value for your money, as at M. Lipsky's, Palmyra, If you want a nobby hat go to Lipsky's. Seed Potatoes For Sale. I have one hundred and fifty bush­ els of the improved white star pota­ toes, good size for seed, at 35 cents per bushel. H. J. Breese. A call at our storo will convince you that O. R. Everson has a large stock of Hardware at lowost prices. A new as«ortmont of white-wash and paint brushes, agricultural im­ plements, qutlery, fishing-tackle, baby oarriageB, carpet beaters, glass, see our new line of HATS, this lot, a better vest for 10 cts. New and nobby styles in Black than ever before. Will sell them B.-Qwn and.Pearl. They are the 3 for a quarter of a dollar. The latest. best 25 cent vest we ever had, o * also. SOMETHING NEW, bor- dered apron ginghams. We got a bargain in towels; A new piece of Black Goods, all linen, two for 15 cents. They brocaded polka dots, very pretty were a bargain and went like 25 cents per yard. hot cakes. Size 17x3s inches. A New Stoek of short pants for boys, among them \Cordu­ roys.\ you know they wear like | Last November we ordered at iron. o—o—o NEW W AISTS for Boys, the to arrive this best one we ever sold for 25cts, month, the largest purchase of And, Oh! what a \dandy\ for fine Hosiery wc ever bought at 50 cents: and there will be new one t i me . The goods are here; Curtains among these goods, an d a s we .have always given 30 to 50 cents; one, a 7 foot our customers the advantage of one at 60 cents, We can't spec- a g 00 d bargain, we will not vary ify. Come in and see. f rom j t tn j s t j me . These goods o o o • are imported and guaranteed MORE OF THOSE Gents' absolutely fast black. W e defy fine Kangaroo Shoes. These are any one in this county or in any the prettiest shoe for a nobby other county to beat them at shoe ever sold in this place; they the price, The 50 cent Hose are fit like a glove and are worth \Linen Spliced.\ Very fine and three dollars and seventy-five durable. Cannot be bought cents. We have another one, now to sell for the money- The said to be Kangaroo, worth $3. ONE DOLLAR AND A HALF buys a pair of ladies patent leather tip, opera style, shoe, as good as was ever sold|y ean for the money. 0 o o same can be said of the 25 cent goods; ask to see them. This show is free to all, whether'they want to purchase or not. Our stock of 10 and 15 cent hoie is twice the size of any previous Those JAMESTOWN ALPACAS are probably, the most eco nomical, as far as wearing quality goes, of any fabric made. AN ELEGANT CLOCK to the person who guesses nearest to the number of beans in the glass. For every purchase of bunch Old Va. cheroots, 10c. plug Piper Heidsick, 10c. 2 Pcerles fine cut, 10c. you will be entitled to one guess ™ e have some good styles in EIGHT DAY CATHEDRAL these S ood3 ' this s P nn £- GONG. Strikes the half hour. 0 0 0 More of that 20 cent Black Satine received. We will not change the brand as we can guarantee satisfaction with per­ fect confidence. OUR OWN make of BAK­ ING Powder is the best. We have made it for the last eight years and used it in our own family and defy any one to show better results with any baking powder made. Price,\ 25 cents per pound. 0 0 0 -o— HARWOOD Si GOAi

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