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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 2 September 1910

) The i Post-Signal. VOL XXXIII. PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SE*PTEMMER 2, 1910. NO. I MM RE-SOLVtD 2 + 2.-4 THAT TIC CHILDREN WILL BE (HAPPillR To Go BACK To CHOOL WITH NCWCtOTHLS M got them Ttrf? hatc to start y™~ jj( TH THE OLD GARMENTS &USTER. BROWN HAPPf SCHOOL bt Y' ' f « % VACATION DAY-5 AR.E A,5r AND THE LITTLE ONEJ WILL .SOON -SKIP TO SCHOOL, OR WILL THEY TRUDGE? THEY ILL SKIP WITH LIGHT HEARTS IF YOU DRE.5S THEM WELL. THEY WILL TRUDGE WITH HE^VY HEARTS IF THEY MUST WEAR THEIR OLD CLOTHES, WHEN THEY SEE THEIR PLAYMATES CLAD IN NEW ATTIRE. WE CAN MAKE THE HEARTS OF YOUR LITTLE ONES HAPPY. BRING THE CHILDREN To OUR STORE WHERE THEY AR.E ALWAYS WELCOME AND GET SOME OF THE NICE THINGS. * * * * * Tt? rt? * •It * * rf* * * * * •I? * * * mmmmm Some of the Nice Things. .']00 pieces New Fall Style Ginghams for Chidren ,8 School Dresses, Prices range 7 l-2c, 9c, 10c, 12 l-2c Pony Stockings and Wunder hose, also Ironclad. Ev- ery pair guaranteed. Per pair 25c Good double Knee and ...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 2 September 1910

For the Farmer To Make the South Great Corn Country. Washington, Aug. 20.—Fifteen State agents of the Department of Agriculture, principally from Texas, Louisiana and Oklahoma, have been in conference here the past two days with Dr. Knapp, who is in charge of the field dem- onstration work. The conference this year was devoted chiefly to corn growing, one of the cherished plans of the department being to make the South the greatest corn-growing region of the United States, and in this particular work J, D. Greer, the department's agent whose headquaiters are at Nac- ogdoches, stands at the head of the class. W. F. Proctor whose headquarters are at Tyler, de- scribes Greer's work as follows: "Ordinarily it takes 100 ears of corn to shell a bushel. The ears Greer grows will shell a bu- shel from forty-three cobs. But Waste of Farm Fertilizers Southwestern Farmer. God Almighty never made any land rich enough to grow crops forever without being fertilized. Nor did He ever make any land ...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 2 September 1910

} \ ATTENTION FARMERS SS^Sl- The old reliable ginners, Cooper, Selz & Co., have invested $4000.00 in new machin- ery and have their Gin in first-class con- dition, ready to handle this season's crop. We have put in new Gin Stands and t'have on one side Huller Gins. Have also put in the "Cleaner Feeders," and now have one of the most up-to-date Gins in Texas. We thank our customers for their past patronage and solicit a fair share ofj your business. Satisfaction guaranteed in weights, turn- out, sample and prices. W. B. Montgomery will have charge [of Gin and Office and highest market price for seed cotton and lint will be paid at Gin. Cooper, Selz & Co. THE POST-SIGNAL. D. J. MOFF1TT & SON, Pubs. Published every Friday in the Post- Signai. building southwest corner of square. PRICK 11.00 A YEAR The Publishers are members of the Prin tors' Mutual Insurance Association of Texas. Advertising Rates Ail notices calling attention to a spec- ial occasion forthe raising of money...

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Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 2 September 1910

> TELEPHONE NO. 83 ALL KINDS OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES Tablets, Papers, Pens, Inks, Erasers, etc. Come and See me. JOHN R. PEEL NORTH SIDE SQUARE Quite a number of our cor- respondents are out of envelopes and we will send out a new lot to all of thara Saturday and trust they all will send in a com- munication each week if possible. The correspondents have noticed that each envelope i9 numbered from 1 to 8, These are to be used begining with 1 and on to 8. When No. 8 19 received by us we know they are out and will send you a new supply. Be sure and use them according to number. Burns Items- Well, here we come again. Health of this community is very good at present, but very dry and dusty. Walter Danson left Sunday for Dallas. Mrs. Gilland and children of Hereford is visiting friends and relatives at this place. Singing Sunday evening was well attended. Mr. and Mrs. Hendrix were with us and the class did some fine singing. Several attended church at Bethany Sunday night and lis- tened to...

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Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 2 September 1910

If • * m New Crop PICKLES AND KRAUT In Barrels. F. W. Hayden. Entered at the I'ostofflce at Pilot Point Texas, as second-class matter. Friday, September 2, 1910. Miss Nina Stinnett is in Dallas this week. Miss Iona Stinnett has returned from St. Louis millinery market. W. C. Orr of Denton was in the city Wednesday. Clifford Phillips has accepted a position with Martin & Wilfong. If you need a wagon, buggy or carriage, see R. T. Evans & Co. H. M. Russell returned Tues- day from the Saint Louis dry goods market. J. M. Wilfong returned last Friday from the Saint Louis dry goods market. W. C. Dowdell, wife and dau- ghter of Gunter were in the city yesterday. Let me fill your Prescriptions, and see the difference in price. J. R. Peel. Mr. and Mrs. John Phillips of Fort Worth are the guests of his mother, Mrs. S. I. Newton. Miss Leah Buster was in Den- ton last week the guest of Miss Hanna Fouts. Old papers for sale at this office r > 4 Comb Honey fr i fl J Fresh Kraut ^ 4 Moun...

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Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 2 September 1910

J- The Home Circle \ Women. Women wears the diadem and mystic keys of deep and inner knowledge. Muscle represents material strength, but not the sign of human superiority. Wo- man's shining powers raise her above necessity for the armor of physical corporeity, the refine- ment of her frame revealing the swift vitality of nerve. Her sceptre is empyreal, because it is sounded in the security of sub- limited authority. Upholding the masculine qualities in their real- ism, from the region of her lofty idealism. Woman's reign is the triumph of humanity, in the in- tuitional standard of her attain- ments and in the mystery of her supreme exaltation. Her voice is rule; her smile is empire; her wisdom is command; and her right is dominion. The departure of summer leaves us sad, when we look around us and notice the absence of all the treasured plants that bright- ened our gardens and homes. "Blessings brighten as they take their flight." and the quenching of so much song, sunshine and sweet...

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Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 2 September 1910

| mollis than ever before. The manr'c men! Is con "I need that at the romln.n j Fair I lie attendance will be record brenkiii'v All indiciitioiiK point to nrnmin nnTnnrn «r*j. and. t« this cmi, the i>r.«t DLuIIiU UuIUULiI 1 obtainable will lie in'iiviil'd TEXAS STATE FMR k%) for tli* i*nt«il;iit<tn«• 111 of III** nov el- c MONEY when you allow any of your stock or poultry .to remain sick a day. They give you less results in beef, pork, work, or eggs, when they are not in perfect health. Take a little interest in your own pocket book and doctor them up with Black-Draught Stock and Poultry Medicine It will pay you to do this. It has paid thousands of other successful farmers and stock and poultry raisers. This famous remedy is not a food, but a genuine, scientific med- icine prepared from medicinal herbs and roots, acting on the liver, kid- neys, bowels and digestive organs. Sold by all druggists, price 25 cents, 50 cents and $1. per can. tf-Write for valuable book: "Success wil...

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Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 2 September 1910

r RESOLVED!!!! Th/v. Little TommyTuckeh Vas Certainly a .Sucked For sincincI for nice bread o Me at If he'd knovn vhat to choose he'D HAD BUSTER BROWBMBBOtfSHOIS To ■WEAR. UPON HIS CUNNING LITTLE FEET. Piaster, BROWN yp r~o -rn... //- COPY HIGH T !\K>4 BY TMF HHOWN SHPt CO SCHOOL DIYS! ■e— "DEAR OLD GOLDEN RULE DAYS" ARE MERE You are going to school, of course, so get ready by com- ing to see us and getting a pair of Buster Brown Shoes. We have a full line of Buster Brown Shoes in Gun Metal, Kid and Patent, in all sizes and widths. Our buyers while in St. Lonis made a lucky purchase closing out a 100 dozen lot ladies Shoes, in tans, gun metals and patents, this store receiving 20 doxen of the lot. We are going to give our customers the benefit of the deal. The 2.00 and 2.50 values go for $1.49 The 3.00 and 3.50 values go for $1.95 We are showing Bargains in all departments.' Come in and let us show you through, as it is a pleasure to' show such values as we are showing this seaso...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 9 September 1910

The Post-Signal. er VOL. XXXIII. PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1910. NO. 2 -VJ REJOUVFP I LOVE TO JEE /ir mother. WELL DRF5JED Jo DCC5 EVERY OTHER CHILD ITIS IhE DUTY (X PARENT J ~To DRESS VELL fOR THEIR CHILDREN* JAKE IT LEAVES A NICE IflPREtf/ON ON THEIR minds BU5TER BROWN ?©t 'C>' ?N, © ® i I (U«ii4 tmui*.1 D how can a mother expect her children to 5EHAVE WELL AND WI.SH To APPEAR WELL UNLE.5J •SHE HERSELF -5ET.5 THEM A GOOD EXAMPLE? GOOD DRE.S.S INFLI/ENCE.S ONEJ'.SELF. OUR TALL AND WINTER .STOCK OF WEARABLES FOR WOMEN IJ NOW OPENED UP. WE -SHALL &E GLAD To HAVE YoU COME AMD -SEE OUR BEAl/TIFl/L WRAP.S AND .S17IT.S: OUR NEW MATERIALS AND TRIMMING J To MAKE CLoTHE-S fr0m--0i/R EVERYTHING THAT WOMEN WILL WEAR THI.S COMING FALL AND WINTER. WE Pl/T FAIR PRICED ON OUR GOOD-5 AT THE BEGIN- NING OF THE JEAJoN. MAY WE NOT HAVE A CALL FROM YOU? * THE FALL WEARABLES Are more beautiful than ever. Every department is now full to overflowing. Another consignment this week ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 9 September 1910

DON'T RENT Buy a Farm Now while land is Cheap Come in and see us about some of the these propositions. We have other* besides these. No. 147—100 acres 2 miles north- west of F. P. 55 in cultivation, 3- room house, barn und orchard. Price #10 per acre. No. 150. 138 acres '2 1-2 miles w. of Bloomfleld, 70 acres in cultivation 2.room house, also log bouse, well and tank. Kasy terms. #12.60 per acre. No. 151. 75 acres, one mile north of Bloomfleld. 40 in cultivation, bal- lance timber. Two-room boust* Price #10 per acfe. Would take in a span of mules or mares. No. 152. 83 ac^es, 65 in cultivation balance pasture upd timber^ 2-room house in good condition, tine water, 4 miles touthwesf of Pilot Point. Easy terms, #25 per acre. No. 134—70 acres hi mi 3 miles south east of Aubrey, 40 in cultivation, bal- ance in pasture and timber. New 3- room box house, good well, log crib and shed. No. 149—00 acres \% mile north- west of Pilot Point, 50 acres in culti- vation, 5 room house, barn, orchard...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 9 September 1910

ft THE POST-SIGNAL. D. J. MOFFITT & SON, Pubs. I) Published every Friday In the Post- Signal building southwest corner of square. PRICE $1.00 A YEAR The Publishers are members of the Prin ters' Mutual Insurance Association of Texas. Advertising Rates All notices calling attention to a spec- ial occasion for the raising of money for charitable purposes or for public bene- fits will be charged for at the rate of 3c • line. Resolutions of Respectand Obituaries will be charged for at the rate of a%c • line, 6 words making a line. All business locals will be oharged for at the rate of 10c a line for first inser- tion and 5c per line for each subsequent insertion without change. Rates for display ads furnished on ap- plication. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. A Good Rain. At last this portion of Texas has got a good rain. The rain began falling here about 7 o'clock Monday evening and fell quite hard for two hours or mi re and then slowly throughout the night. The rain is reported to have extended,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 9 September 1910

TELEPHONE NO. 83 ALL KINDS OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES Tablets, Papers, Pens, Inks, Erasers, etc. Come and See me. JOHN R. PEEL NORTH SIDE SQUARE Bloomfield. Well, the long looked for rain came at last. It will cool the air and lay the dust, start veget- ation, make the fall pastures better and the people can sow turnip seed. It will also help cotton. George Newton and R. L. Por- ter went to Gainesville Monday. Say, did you see Charley in that new buggy, Sunday after- noon, and he had somebody with him, because his papa knew it. Say, Garland, what was the matter with you, any way, those hot, dry days. Well, the sand hill is clayed at last, and those good people should have the praise, especially those who did the work. It was time and labor well spent. Most everybody out in this part of the stick? attended the holiness meeting at Pilot Point last week. Corn gathering and cotton picking are the order of the day. Mr. Boyzark and family of Whitesboro, visited R. Walling and family last week, Fr...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 9 September 1910

3 J Q 'J > New Crop PICKLES AND KRAUT In Barrels. F. W. Hayden. Entered at the Postofflce at Pilot Point Texas, as second-class matter. Friday, September 9, 1910. Prof. Frank Irick was in Den- ton last Saturday on business. Miss Elizabeth Garrison was in Denton last Friday. Miss Fannid Buster went to Denton last Friday where she will teach in one of the school. I will occupy the Whitten building sfter Sept. 15th. with a Photograph Gallery. Come to see me. J.A.Cole. W. L. Gee and R. C. Gee of Ft. Worth were here Sunday the guests of A. H. Gee and family. Mrs. V. F. Haynes and daugh- ter of Frisco have been the guests of her farther, J. L. Sailing this week. Let me fill your Prescriptions, and see the difference in price. J. R. Peel. Mrs. M. E. Wright returned home Monday from Sherman where she has been visiting her sister. Miss Maud Erwin left last Sat- urday for Greenville where she will teach again this year in the Public School. The ladibs of the Home Mis- sion Society of the M...

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Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 9 September 1910

The Home Circle Where Did You Get That Ring? What an elaborate argument, perhaps spiced with some temper, the youngling tries to reverse the opinion of the oldling. The sprinkle of gray on the maternal forehead is rather an indication to the recent graduate of the female seminary that the circum- stances of today or tonight are fully appreciated. What a wise boarding school that would be if the mothers were the pupils ana the daughters the teachers! How well the teens would chaperon the fifties! Then mothers do not amount to much anyhow. They are in the way and are always asking questions about postage marks of letters and asking, ''Who is that Mary D?" and "Where did you get, that ring, Flora?" and "Where did you get that ring, Myra."' For mothers have such unpre- ' cedented means of knowing everything. They say "it was a bird in the air" that told them. Alas, for that bird in the air! Will not some one lift his gun and shoot it? It would take whole libraries to hold the wisdom whi...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 9 September 1910

FREE ATTRACTIONS AT STATE FAIR Band and Operatic Features of the Very Best. RARE VAUDEVILLE ACTS. Thaviij'. Band, Gill.tti'. Monkeys, Russian Dancers and Other Bookings Assure Superb Program. Dallas, Texas. — With the grand free altractions which the man agement of the State Fair of Texas has secured for the twenty-fifth an- nual meeting, which begins at Dalian. October 15, the sixteen days of the ex- position promise to be one round or pleasure. Amusements will be of the clean and wholesome kind and the very best obtainable in America. President E. J. Kieut and Secretary Sydney Smith paid particular attention this year to what they describe as pure amusement features. Visitors to the Fair not only rone to improve them- selves by an Inspection of the exhibits, but to be entertained. Hence the "De- partment of Mirth" is one which re ceives a great deal of attention. Free attractions of a splendid sort have been secured. These attractions will be seen in Amusement Park, at the Auditor...

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Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 9 September 1910

RESOLVED"!! TVur Little Tommy Tucker. Vas Certainly a Sucked ron 51NGINC for nice &read and MEAT If he'd known what to choose HE'D HAD BUSTER BROWBIKERIBBOOOES to weak upon mis cunninc little feet ^vaster. BROWN 1 w t> V THF HROWN SHOt CO 0. BARGAINS IN SCHOOL DATS! -oe>§< "DEAR OLD GOLDEN RULE DAYS" ARE HERE You are going to school, of course, so get ready by com- ing to see us and getting a pair of Buster Brown Shoes. We have a full line of Buster Brown Shoes in Gun Metal, Kid and Patent, in all sizes and widths. Our buyers while in St. Lonis made a lucky purchase closing out a 100 dozen lot ladies Shoes, in tans, gun metals and patents, this store receiving 20 doxen of the lot. We are going to give our customers the benefit of the deal. The 2.00 and 2.50 values go for $1.49 The 3.00 and 3.50 values go for $1.95 We are showing Bargains in all departments. Come in and let us show you through, as it is a pleasure to show such values as we are showing this season. EVERY ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 16 September 1910

The Post-Signal. VOL. XXXIII. PILOT POINT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1910. NO. mmm BIG SHOW Of Fine Suits And Overcoats now open to the public. Don't allow yourself to be turned aside by any side shows or minor attractions; don't let any blare of trumpets, or megaphones distract your at- tention from the main event—the real show. You'll find it right here; a great display of the finest clothes ever made, especially made for us by Hart, Schaffner & Marx There's no other such fashion and style in clothes as you'll find in these. There is no other clothing you can mention by name that's known positively to be all-wool in all fabrics used. There's no other that fits so well as this. We offer an immense variety tor your choice, exclusive patterns and new designs in model. The latest and best is the Shape-maker suit, an exclu- sive creation of Hart, Schaffner & Marx, and sold here only in this city. It's a new idea in cutting clothes, the trousers made to stay in place without ...

Publication Title: Post-Signal, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 16 September 1910

For the Farmer Editor, Post-Signal, Pilot Point, Texas. Dear Sir: — I am enclosing you a list of the farm papers which are received by the Agricultural Department of the Pilot Point High School. 1 shall be very glad to let these papers out to any of the farmers in this vicinity who are inter- ested in better farming, not bet- ter farming than his neighbor is doing, but better farming than1 he is doing, himself. In thia connection, allow me to say that 1 shall be very glad to meet and talk with any of the farmers about any problem in Agriculture that he may have. If not possible for him to see me, 1 shall give prompt attention to all correspondence. Respecrfully Yours. J. L. Mitchell, Jr. Agriculturalist. Pilot Point Public School. List of Farm Papers The Fruit Grower, Washing- ton Fruit Grower, Better Fruit, Northwestern Horticulturalist, \ American Fertilizer, Agricult- ural Advertising, American Swineherd, Reliable Poultry Journal, American Poultry Ad- vocate, Poultry Husbandry, P...

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Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 16 September 1910

< t Democratic Nominees County Ticket. Local Representative: F. F. HILL. County [Attorney: CIIAS. MAYS. Tax (Collector. SAM HAWKINS, Tax Assessor: K. E. MILLER. County Clerk: O. T. BUTTON. County Judge: S. H. HOSK1NS. Justice of the Peace Precinct No. 2. E. C. BARTON. For Constable Justice Precinct No. 2 J. R. McNABB, Public Weigher at Pilot Point. F, A. WEBB. Commissioner Precinct No. 1. J. C. SELMAN. THE POST-SIGNAL. D. J. MOFF1TT & SON, Pubs. Published every Friday in the Post- Signal building southwest corner of square. PRICE ♦ 1.00 A YEAR The Publishers are members of the Prin ters' Mutual Insurance Association of Texas, Advertising Rates All notices calling attention to a spec- ial occasion for the raising of money for charitable purposes or for public bene fits will be charged for at the rate of 3c ■ line. Resolutions of Respectand Obituaries will be charged for at the rate of aj^c ■ line, 6 words making a line. All business locals will be charged for at the rate of 10...

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Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Post-Signal — 16 September 1910

TELEPHONE NO. 83 ALL KINDS OF POST CARDS New Shipment just received. Twojfor 5 Cents. 25c a Dozen. JOHN R. PEEL NORTH SIDE SQUARE Liberty Hill We are having fine weather for cotton picking. It is opening nicely and is being picked as fast as possible. Our Sunday School has begun again with a good attendance. We hope it will continue now, for we should not weary in well do- ing, for in due time we shall reap if we faint not. The sick that was reported laBt week are all improving. Mrs. Handy, Emmett, Roy and Bessie visited friends near Hemming last Thursday and Friday. Several from our community ara attending the meeting at Tioga which is being conducted by Rev. J. P. Mason. Will Richardson, Ambrose Cheatham and Virgil Meadows went to Sherman Monday. Mrs. Blackwelder was the guest of Mrs. VV'iH Ring Tuesday. Amos. Fairview Well, everybody in the sticks i9 very busy at present, most of them picking cotton. Health in general in the com- munity is good, though there is some lagrippe. Mr....

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