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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 October 1924

ttmm mm- m Esa: 5KLY NEWS THURS. OCT. 23, 1 24 i t I j >' I: i | :M i I •' 1, I'; mm 1 iKfp'iS / ' fif! i ;®P i j®) ■ 3KI;; I I I I IV' rfgii r ' i ■:'! :. i f KKslfl SALE SALE SALE III STARTING FRIDAY Mullinax & Weatherby \ Second REAL SALE 3 Last Fall we put on a real sale like this and we moved quite a lot of mer- chandise. We feel assured that the peo- ple of this trade territory know that when we yell FIRE we mean FIRE. So we will ask that if you need some thing in the following articles you will miss a real bargain if you do not at- tend this sale. SUITS Pelham all wool hand tailored suite from $12.43 to $35,00 Made by Liveright Greenwald and Co. and carry a guarantee that no one could wish for better. The fronts on this clothing is absolutely guaranteed in every respect. Color and everything else js guaranteed to give absolute sat- isfaction, and if it does not we promise to give you a new suit absolutely free or your money back. § ft WORK CLOTHES . ; , ® ,l!n? 18 th.e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 October 1924

< t , I 0 iuttgboro lirtKlu -Sfcteis. •• WINNSBORQ, TEXAS, THURSDAY <1( TOIiSTT ilB MAY SOLVE PROBLEM OF TRAFFIC TOM LOVE HERE TONIGHT 50, 1924. on D. C- Oct. 29- en solve the traffic ledy In ll \ U on with the fourth itional campaign an |V by the Highway board, American ^en are to be given gutv to answer the ition that now enga- gntion of the best en minds of the country, louncement offers |6.500 in cash pri- medals to elementary j|s and elementary ers who submit the sand the best lessons national essay and ts. Officials of the U not optimistic enough if, it is said, that any Ition will come from by children, but it that a nation wide ion of the traffic pro have a beneficial ef- ucing the number of and fatalities on sts. ways. ic principle of the is to train children in hi conduct on streets mays and to impress a sense of personal ility. This contest is h consecutive compe- uctod under the '..is- the board, approximate ion two hundred thou s, an average of at 100 annually, ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 October 1924

!■ i? tiff ■ti i i t t ( i i i i i 1 MOT (TOM® HARMONY Knox Simmons and family moved to the Pine Hill commu- nity on Monday of last week. We failed to state last week that T. A. Right and Luther Rogliery were painting the church. Jeff Whatley and son Her- bert. f Jeferaon arrived here last week. liascom Crane and family of Webster and Willie Greenlee of Pleasant Grove spent the week- end with Mr and Mrs. T. A Kight. Rev W. B. Martin went to Saltillo last Saturday to fll the pulpit in the Methodist church at that place Sunday at 11 o'clock Ottis Kight, who has been on the black land for the past few wteks, returned home Thurs- day with his considerable skin- ned up having been in a car wreck, the car in which he was riding collided with another car on the road between Greenville and Celeste. Ottis went through the top of the car and resulted in a bow chashing down in his face, Maples Rose was also in the car with Otis an he also received several bruises about the face. The writer att...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 October 1924

Nie *5; y«* . T« nic k J "k lt. 'v It «i Mil ( S*henlug_ j IN" It |, "live (0,1 ITTLE ADS D/ LE-C3heap, one Shetl«>" P«"y. 1IX'1'f«t|ly also new child's saddle. ^ Campbell- WINNSBORO weekly NEWS OCT. 80, 1924. RENT—One house. R. C. npbe'l- oalE— rhe hest saddle in Texas. R. C. Campbell. .wSfltfR SALE-Und. R. C. Camp It int wTl \ M gpl—Two lady boarders; nnHl',](. hoard. Located East |af North School Mrs. F. C. Wil ciNTED—Roomers or * Mrs. H. Tuggle. boaid- les IfOR SALE [loom house, k Brewer, —or rent, good 6 cash or terois. H. Wlnnsboro. 51. *NP MUSIC—Will give pvi- Jvjte lessons on band ii.stru- ITents at reasonable pric 3. line at once if interested. C. L htfards, hand master. n1 51 IffiALTH AND PROSPERITY L Northeast Texas. Fine level, «irie farming lands $20.00 tfl ]TOO. Some $2.50 down bal Juice one not or before thirty [wars 6 per cent interest. Good j water, rainfall, crops, roads Inarkets .schools and churches. INo malaria, boll weevil or crab grass. For further informat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 October 1924

WINNSBORO WEEKLY. NEWS OCT. 30, 1924. IF IKSIfl t' > >.1 ' « < <iM I •. 1-' t/ ' THE ENTERPRISE SALE PRICES! "Small Profits and Quick Sales" Will Be the Basis We Will Wori oil This Fall We have an exceptional stock of merchandise at this time and are placing same oi sale at such interesting prices throughout the whole store that our volume will increased greatly. Come in and see the BIG SAVING ON YOUR COMPLETE WINTER BILL We are making special purchases at this time that allow us to sell just the class oj merchandise needed at low sale prices. We invite you to see The Enterprise's Salj Prices on our new stock of Coats, Dresses and Millinery. SHOES Five hundred pairs of ladies and misses shoes will be sold at close-out prces. Ladies felt house shoes, formerly priced $1.00, now 69c. Several dozen odds and ends, small sizes, shoes, priced at 89c. $3.00 and $3.50 ozfords and shoes $1.89. $4.00 and $5.00 oxfords pumps and slippers, — $2.89 $5.00 and $6.50 oxfords, pumps an ds...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 October 1924

Si AM WINNgBORO WEEKLY NEWS Of-r 30, ]92l. MT1N JEWELER Always at Your Service A check book is indispensa- ble to your business. Makes the keeping of ready cash on hana unnecessary. Serves as a record and receipt of financial tran- sactions. Learn its many advantages by opening a Checking'Account with this bank today. FIRST NATIONAL WINN8B0R0 BANK TEXA8 the Benefit tf thou fko Would Like to Know We cater to the better class. We rent fords for the benefit f the public, and to make a few for ourselves. Our whole purpose is for bet- arid cheaper transportation, I for the pleasure of those 40 do not own cars. We do not or will not rent or hive for immoral purposes, but | will do all in our power to ve the ones who appreciate lie service we have for them. We have the best people rid- [ and driving with us and we mi* everyone who rents or piv ith us we have the h"' ' transportation possible Hi customer given special tfaf' Tt. !' ■ see us for better tran Ution. C. MILLER — J. C. DAVIS CONS...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 October 1924

fev. HwJKa; ■ WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS OCT. 30, 1924. I ' i f m If 1 •' ' £$$!• O % ft#, 1 i I ; .*• rau * „ I 1 "I | It- ■ | i:f 1 ■Vu j *'I, ff «j f'fi i i ■j f pj i. . ■ Oct. 31, and Nov. 1. SPECIAL! For Friday and Saturday Don't miss this great merchandising FRIDAY AND SATURDAY event. Time: 8 a..m., Friday, until 8 p. Saturday; Place: All departments in kins Bros. Co's. Big Department Store ery article just as we advertise. A two days offering of wanted sej able merchandise. Come Early and Take Advantage of this Great 88c Sale Friday & Saturday MANY OTHER ITEMS AT REMARKABLE FIGURES WILL BE SEEN HERE mmmm HIGH GRADE OUTING This offering is of remarkable value, of unusual quality and attractive coloring. High grade 27-inch outing being offered for Friday and Saturday, 5 yds. for _ .... - 88 BLEACHED DOMESTIC ♦ Unusual quality bleached Domestic, good weight and every yard a real investment. Plenty for everyone and you will be delighted with the offering. 8 yards for 88c TURKISH B...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 October 1924

day i and | nt for 1 in mmm stars fS'""O" B0Y'' c« Tresses Aga"1 thing iij Holly- Hiice Talniadge has I;?,,,., fashion in ""J mine !> <* lon savs Constance. IT have had my hair jfth'Sj andVethink 'f the most sensible hair dressing yet bro- * latest comedy, " J he fx Constance wears hei h short. i Goldfish/' adapted by L^!r Sullivan from funier's stage play in Erv Kambeau was Ks'din'ctwi for pro- teph M. Schenck by iSttomi. I Mulhall is Constances man. Others having pro EL in the cast are BTsholt, Za Su Pitts. Ed- tanellv, William Conklin, RBaker, Frank Elliott, (White. SWANSON IN "ZA/A IS A N10BE jit Star Makes Record f Sustained Emotion ^ the thermometer in |ork was breaking heat re ufthirty years' standing, pwnson set a record for emotionalism in a "Zaza" during the Fof that superb produc- Ithe Paranv writ Long Is Wjo. Miss Swanson re- | in tears constantly for he for one of the most ii. the picture, bis known she establish keord for sustained emo- |h«s never Ween equal- ■ S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 October 1924

m WkMu -a" . WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS OCT. 30. 1924. ■I i:-* i. 'Iff.'9 RiWiS? .mi n n Jflfci I i SALE SALE STILL GOING Mullinax & Weatherby Second REAL SALE Last Fall we put on a real sale like this and we moved quite a lot of mei- chandise. We feel assured that the peo- ple of this trade territory know that when we yell FIRE we mean t IRE. So we will ask that if you need some thing in the following articles yQU will miss a real bargain if you do not at- tend this sale. m SUITS Pelham all wool hand tailored suits from $12.45 to §33.00 Made by Liveright Greenwald and Co. and carry a guarantee that no one could wish for better. The fronts on this clothing is absolutely guaranteed in every respect. Color and everything else is guaranteed to give absolute sat- isfaction, and if it does not we promise to give you a new suit absolutely free or your money back. WORK CLOTHES Our work clothing is the best that money can buy. Kangroo Brank Khaki shirts $nd pants. Overall that are cheap at a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 November 1924

7, XV. NO. 6. WINNSIIOKO. TEXAS, TOIIIMIIA^MwiS' KLECTS COOUDGE PRESIDENT IRS. FERGUSON IS GOVERNOR JBLICAN LANDSLIDE York, Nov. 5,—Tues- i election returns at mid |lt showed president Cool 1 leading his two opponents Lerwhelming- majorities in 1 England. New York, Ohio ■ Illinois with their big blo- |of tectorial votes. president likewise, was r the advantage by a les- Kttargin in several states [had been claimed in the iction forecasts of the Da Id LaFollette managers, in be West Virginia, Indiana, land Maryland. j strong: was the Coolidge |that at|9:30 p. m. Eastern Itrd time the New York j which has supported Da- iceded the election to Coo" idet. La Follette ig running sec ond in many Pennsylvania dis- tricts. In Idaho, Coolidge continues to hold the lead with LaFollette edging in ahead of Davis. In Oklahoma, Davis is leading despite the fact that the repub- lican senatorial candidate is a- head of Jack Walton. FERGUSON WINS GOVERNORSHIP 1 midnight Tuesday the el- i returns stil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 November 1924

' WINN8B0R0 • i I NEWS NOVEMBER 6, 1924 ^iMDisawsiinrtr WIEM® Satur HARMONY NEWS Xanthus Banks spent the week-end at home. D. E. Skinner and family will move to Sulphur Springs today. (Monday) Rev. W. B. Martin filled the pulpit in the Methodist church at Weaver last Sunday at 11 o'cldck. Mrs. Nannie Reneau of Cy- press community visited rela- tives in this community last W66k> Misses Ida and Lucille Chit- sey of Morris Grove and Fay Glover of near Pickton spent the week-end with Miss Vera Francis. Miss Ernest Hill, who teaches at Mt. Ziop, ppent the week-end with home folks at Cart wright We were glad to have Bro- Leffel Reagan and wife of Sul- phur Springs with us at church Sunday. Brother Leffel is a fine young preacher whom we are very proud of. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Miller and sons of Macon and Mrs. J. L. Baldwin and Mrs. M. C. Hucka by of Yale spent Sunday at Rev W. B. Martin's. The latter stay- ed for a week's visit. We failed to make mention last week of W. P. Kelly return-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 November 1924

fafAuthor Ha Jraversed the World . Were to 011 ,,ie n,aKic Hide ,,IC "ArHbiu" ",ml vinit tlie f«r corners of U (here could be nothing to gU th<* record of N'orninu ^.authorof many stories. In: ■tn born in WilkesUrre on the ,d.v on which Kdward, the I Wale?, was liorn in Eng- iL, which point our mutual L jiyergr, The acquirement fledge whs interrupted, or ■Lntal, perhaps, by several ftothe Old world between the |0( one and twelve years, to eu|y depravity I owe my it lore of roaming. Educated j United States and England. )rwrs immediately preceding [found mo a newspaper report- , (he Buffalo papers until the [dorj broke in August and I U I Canadian uniform. Was • Iconiinisfion on the field and the chalkline of elemental for nearly live hectic years, rictiono at Vpres, the Som- [?imy Ridpo, Passchendaele, ti, Arras and subsidiary en- jents. After demobilization at £toin March, t! 19, the seed of mthful voyagings came into It germination and bore success- lit, for since that time I h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 November 1924

: - • ) 'trv.. Llfii h-i HI H HI) i' ' i — WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS NOVEMBER 6. 1924 What Company are iYou Keeping? You have to be careful about picking your company with style, as with people Some are well mannered and some are not. . Stein-Bloch style follows the right sort oi men. The men who dress with a degree of restraint. The men who know. Stein-Bloch know how much pressure to put on the pedal of Style. $39.50 to $49.50 SILVKRKTUYPK STYLES AS (iOOl) AS THE CLOTH It would be unfair to so fine a fabr'c to make it up in common place styles. So each silverstrype model is virtual- ly custom-designed for a particular class of dresses. These are three groups of designs—tor young men who like a bit of dash—for men who favor university or British ideas •—and for older men who adhere to conservatism in dress. Each style is perfectly correct and faultlessly cut, as you will see from our models. The tailoring is done mostly by hand to insure grace and permanency. No matter how you are built...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 November 1924

... - ....1 WINNSHOKO WEEKLY NEWS NOYT.M.a-u e JEWELER Always at Your Service A check book is indispensa- ble to your business. Makes the keeping of ready cash on hanct unnecessary. Serves as a record and receipt of financial tran- sactions. Learn its many advantages by opening a Checking Account with this bank today. Fresh roasted peanuts Dad's hamburger joint. ^ ou will note the new mer- chandise at new low The Enterprise. first national WINN8B0R0, • • • . bank TEXA8 LE ADS [RENT—Land. See R C. j SALE— 11 1-4 acres of [one mile west of Winns- j This is a good piece of [and all in a good state of ition except about one |which is in pasture. The mprovement is a barn and «g orchard. Might take a |car in a deal if practical- ami in good condition. Jones. Winnsboro, Tex. FOR SALE—Cheap, one nice small Shetland pony, perfectly gentle; also new child's saddle. R. C. Campbell. FOR RENT- Campbell. -One house. R. C. TREES—Still on the • big red apples, Delicious |David Rhome Beauty Win [Hen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 November 1924

W1NNSB0K0 WEEKLY NEWS NOVEMBER 6, 1924 v i || I y ■ \ I 11 ' i 1 m M -V Mt A Value Event Which Commands Your Attentionl Prepare for the Greatest Sale in the History of Wood County CAMPBELL'S This Will Be the Most Sensational Sale Ever Staged in Winnsboro I Opens Saturday, November 8> at 9:00 o'clock Will Run for Two Weeks Only, Closing Saturday, November 22nd Our mammoth stock of over $100,000.00 worth of Dry Goods, Hardware, Groceries Furniture and Implements is entirely too enormous to think about quoting prices. It Would take a Catalogue as Big as Sears-Roebuck to Tell You of the Bargains We Have in this Sale Positively the entire stock, without any reservations, will be iucluaed in this sale. This sale is a fixed annual event with us and the people of this section have learned to wait for it. When we announce a sale they all know we mean business; therefore make your preparations to be here opening day. We Guarantee Every Article in the Store Will Carry a Red Tag Showing a Li...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 November 1924

tfii LMfW fOlii WlNNSIK)HO WEEKLY NEWS NOVEMBER 6, 1924 Mf Heads ^ 0*1 PM«™ [Town l'"e 'portraying her- rnileen Moore's unl- °ff in <Tainted ' First Nutiona * of small town I.--h is scheduled to the Amusu Thea 1 Friday. •Jure Miss Mot- 5 of « typical torn- email town who Be- 5ts and returns , tpwn i « Play * 11 her own life. iravs the role o tSt baseball on a va fand the gallery is com niayers enacting tn© acters who are in audience. '1 he thea "i one of the humor- , spots in a play chock- Xprovoking incidents gore's supporting cast some of filmdorn b algr stars, including Charlotte Veriiam, Gurrav, Sam I)e Grasse Jer, Mary Alden, Rus- jnsMi Marv Carr, June lad'Anna Q. Nilsson torv was adopted from line serial, "The jl" written by Rich jell one of the formost Kiean humorists, and Kted by Clarence Dad- CHARACTERS lOUGHT TO SCREEN Potash and Morris Per- mt a doubt these names common throughout world than those of ion livinp or dead. They [brain creations of Mor lass, the lawyer aut...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 November 1924

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS NOVEMBER 6, 1924 ii|n| VI' m ■<% * Small Prooits & Quick Sales New merchandise every week at interesting prices, in every department. That gives us increased volume and means is saving to you ■am that we know is appreciated this season especially. We especially call your attention to the large stock, the new styles and low prices in coats for ladies, misses and children. Silk and wool dresses, millinery, dozens of hats on display in the new advanced mid season styles, with gold lace trimmings, also, in Satin, Faille, Bengaline, touched with the new bright colors. Marquette sweaters at special prices. Five hundred pairs of shoes at closeout prices, $1.89 $2.89 $3.89 & $4.89 g} Hosiery, at ten cents and up, on sale. i Piece goods in the finer silks and woolens and all staples at sale prices. I. We have an honest to goodness get more volume campaign on this fall and it is cer- tainly to your interest to cooperate with us. This week we will sell you seve...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 November 1924

XV. NO- 7 winnsboro, texas, THURSDAY novk MliER 13, 1*921 $1.25 PER YEAR. ' .. L°S,TI|N\NKS(iIVIN(; -the um^i-i-rned business !,f Winnsbf'io, agm* to 10U1 Inisi.M ior I hanks- Lall da. Thursday, Nov ir Dodgen ' ^an ■ Sam Martin, G. A. Cain, band Vickers. Mrs W. E. K F. Campbell, M. & XV, Mullinax & Weather- la' C Henderson, P. P. Mar Kb Hurtle, W. R W,l ■n T i! Turner and Son. 0 Bros., J. T. Ivey, J. W. L W W. Butler, Acker & First National Bank, Doll L proctor Bros., S. Q. Bra- , Davis Variety, L, ^-Dod- Chfls Robinson, Iv. II* Mc ' Hardware Co., Arlington Gist and Sons, Service re, E. R- Williams, E. II ' j, T. Zimmerman, II. H ion H. VV. Brewer, J. B C. Miller, J. W. John [l M. Sutton, J. I Connor, , Holding. A J. Mills, W. H 8, J. II. Hitt, J. H, Grmm, 'County Produce Co., J. jrtin, H. W. Gully, Perkins Co. H. M. Williams, San- J Bakery, J. V. Attaway, |L Taylor and Son, Acker ftn Co., General Garage, -jfltin and Drummond, W. ■Stevenson, Mon'is and Co., Vsboro Grain ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 November 1924

WINNSI NEWS THURSDAY NOV. 13. Wis I I 1 mm HARMONY NEWS Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Whitten are visiting relatives in Winns boro at present. Carl Nichols, who works in Dallas, was at home last week end. E. D. Smith and family and Jim Lee and Marvin Bryce re turned home Friday night from West Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Miller and baby of Webster spent Sun day at Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Whit tie's. Prof. John S. Richburg Winnsboro, principal of Corner- ville (Mt. Zion) school and the writer made a trip to Sulphur Springs on Monday afternoon of last week in interest of the school. Several of the young people of this community attended the social entertainment at the ho me of Mr. Joe W. Candy's Coon Creek Correspondent) in the Morris Grove Community last Friday night. All present enjoy- ed the occasion very much. Willie Miller and little son, Pat. of Macon and Miss Josie Baldwin of Yale were at Rev. W B. Martin's Sunday. They came after Mesdames M. C. Iluckaby and J. L. Baldwin, who spent the week wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 November 1924

,j I'Conicript" Girls for Household Service W(M<9 of the British mistress 'infind suitable doraeetio help 'Jb w their parallel in Brit- ,.tfr«n8 dominions. But it 1b whetlipr tli® suction bv New Zealand maKiBtrate 12fill ftnd favor either in hie Cd or >n Britain. Vjnquirj into social problems n uuder" was being held, and l-me Ihis magnate with the Ltiou of "conscription for Jfor thorough domestic train- L likely tremendously to bene- , home life of New Zealand." suggestion sounds rather ei- (rtraarkfl Loudon Answers. Na [it fould be a good thing if irl had received a thorough 1 in matters domestic, but j this solve the servant prob- L, M&Jiy girls who go out to M can do housework, and ,4 working knowledge of cook- but they prefer the shop or i to the kitchen. it Made in J79S Written on Sheepskin i Dumber of old deeds dating m Ikkm have been filed in I recorder'*) office at Pottarille, They were written upon sheep- j and the ancient writing was |« excellent state of preaerv...

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