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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 November 1927

- j Michigan Salt 280-lb, Barrels 100-lb. Sacks 50-lb. Sacks Chancey Grocery Just phone 7 LOCAL NEWS ITEMS I Mrs. M. I. Mount of Houston is visiting her son, J. W. Mount, and iam ly, and her daughter, Mrs. W. A. Morrow. Mrs. N. S. F. Vittrup of San An- tonio, Mrs. E. M. Faught of Denton, and Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Leuty and son of Justin, spent th week end with the family of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mount. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Linker were in Frederick and Davidson for the ifreek arid, visiting Mr. Linker's parents and other relatives. —o — A much needed piece of street work has just been completed by Alderman W. E. Scott, Sr., a block on Williams, street and a block on Decatur street, leading to the High School, having been graded and graveled. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Collier and chil- dren were visiting in Belknap last week. Mrs. Collier was born and reared there, and this visit was the first on« she had made to the old > A 'limy isiiickiias an engine Mbmtionless beyond belief BUICK'S remarkable fr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 11 November 1927

K ♦-•W V • MM ftl THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE I <x I ILI ") ■ c* ESTABLISHED 1898 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, NOVEMEBR 11, 1927 VOLUME 29, NUMBER 52 ILLINOIS BEND NEWS, uiian iiiuauiiiuiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiuaiuiuii Those Youngsters The boys and girls of today will soon be the men and women of tomorrow. As the twig is bent, so the tree will grow. Wouldn't it be a fine thing to open a little account at our Bank in the name of each one of your children? The amount nee<J not be large in order to cause them to take an interest in it, and to begin the saving habit and to become familiar with modern business methods. We have many such accounts start- ed by thoughtful parents. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK H. D. FIELD, President JOE BOWERS, Cashier S. M. KING, Vice President GEO. A. WRIGHT. Ass't Cashier THE CITIZNS NAITONAL BANK SAINT JO. TEXAS THIS BANK IS BIG ENOUGH T O ACCOMMODATE ITS LARGEST CUSTOMER, , AND IT APPRECIATES ITS SMALLEST DEPOSITOR. JAMES R. WILEY, Pres. S. H. CAMP, V. P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 11 November 1927

f-v '-'V ■"* ' w ' ' . * l^v ' ' "■'*■ JO TRIBUNE I The BABY | m Why do so many, many babies of to- Jay escape all the little fretful spells un4 infantile ailments that used to worry mothers through the day, and keep them up half the night? If you don't know the answer, you haven*t discovered pure, harmless Cas- toria. It Is sweet to the taste, and sweet la the little stomach. And Its gentle influence seems felt all through the tiny system. Not even a distaste- ful dose of castor oil does so much good. Fletcher's Castoria Is purely vege- table, so you may give It freely, at Drat sign of colic; or constipation; or diarrhea. Or those many times when yon just don't know what is the mat- ter. For real sickness, call the doc- tor, always. At other times, a few drops «f Fletcher's Castoria. The doctor oflen tells you to do Just that; and always says Fletcher's. Other preparations may be just as pure, Just as free from dangerous drugs, lHit why experiment? Besides, the book on care and fee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 11 November 1927

'%<; a ST. JO TRIBUNE cA Nope/ Yrom the P/oy MARY ROBERTS R.INEHARX and AVERY HOPWOOD "THE &AT" COPYRIGHT. 1930.^ MARY ROBERTS RINEHART end AVERY HOPWOOD V.N.U. SERVICE CHAPTER VII—Continued —11— "I've had some trouble with ray car, down the road," he suid timilly. Fie glanced at Dale again. "I eume to ask If I might telephone." "Did It require a searchlight to find the house?" Miss Cornelia asked sus- piciously. "Look here." the young man blus- tered, "why are you asking me all these questions?" He tapped his clg arette case with un Irritated air. "What's your uame?" Anderson said sternly. "Beresford—Reginald Beresford," said the young man sulkily: "If you doubt It—I've probably got a card somewhere—" He began to run through his pockets. "What's your business?" went on the detective. "Whrft's my business here?" queried the young man, obviously fencing with his interrogator. "No—how do you earn your lin- ing?" snid Anderson sburply. "I don't." said the young man flip- pantly....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 11 November 1927

><< m m t J*®)'* *.dJB >«,s . . ./ *4* . IfMIMI HIIIH THBSAINT 40 TRIBUNE TRAVEL STORY NO. 1 Entered at the Poatofftce at Saint Jo, Taxaa as Second Class Matter, 1898. Pnblished every Friday. L.J.REYNOLDS Editor and Proprietor. Subscription Rates—in Advance One year $1.00 Six months 50 Three months .25 Advertising rates for display space made known on application. Business Locals, Obituaries, Cards, of Thanks, announcements of enter- tkinments where admission fees are charged or collections taken up or accepted, eulogies poems, etc., will be charged for at. five cents per line for each insertion. WOLDN'T WORK HERE. In Paris the federal employes listen in on private phone conversations— not to be snoopy or Paul-Prying, they Bay—but merely to see whether the phones are working all right, with the presumption that the system is so inefficient that they are probably not in order. But this habit of espionage and paternalism fits in with the pub- lic ownership idea—what is eve...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 11 November 1927

I ■ t C * —-—-— || 1890 1927 S] ! j Lest you forget— ' j ij The Poppy l! of Flanders Field The Lily of France The Belgian Rose We will aid you to re- member in our small way if you will visit our dis- play this week. SCOTT BROS. Embalmers Furniture WAR WORK NOT AT END FOR RED CROSS Demands for Service to Disabled Veterans Last Year Cost Nearly $3,000,000. JAS. R. WILEY - ATTORNEY Saint Jo, Texas • C. C. W A R E • Cleaning and Pressing: * • Garments Called for and Delivered * • First Class Work • ****************** Turkeys! Turkeys! The turkey season is now on, and we ara ready to buy. We will pay top of the market for your turkeys, and come to your house after them. Just call phone 200, and we will send the truck right out. SAINT JO PRODUCE CO., Saint Jo, Texas. o Specials on Blankets, at Fleming's. * DR. CLYDE W. YETTER • * General Practice of Dentistry * " * Saint Jo, Texas • * * Dental X-Ray • * • • • • • * • CHIROPRACTIC The Modern Health Science W. H. REYNOLDS Chiropractor Sain...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 11 November 1927

V/ ► S V^jJ. vj v v' 1 ■ , %mj* •« -'v—* ><> - *' ) ST. JO TRIBUNE To Save Historic Niagara W 4i s.M • ' I 2>£RIRTri3 J3JUr!l%J?F£A.& By ELMO SCOTT WATSON Niagara, a Hlilp almost as famous as "Old Ironsides" in Hie annals of the American navy, is to be saved from tlte destruction which bus been threatening her in late years, If tbe amJ>itiou (if a group of patriotic citizens of Ohio and Pennsylvania is real- ized. For ibis famous brig, which was Commodore Oliver Hazard I'erry's flagship at the Buttle of Latce Erie In tbe War of 1812, has fallen on evil days sud is slowly rotting away at tiie Municipal * ier fit 14rie, I'u. However, at a meeting held in Olevrfand, recently, through tbe initiative of fr'rank Wilford, an Klyria (Ohio) attorney, th« t'erry-Niafrara Memorial association was or- ganized with the sole purpose of restoring the fJlaKAra before it is too late. The. charter members of tbe association who toave joined to save tbe old brig include: CWSViafjAND...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 11 November 1927

I .fr-fj'm / l ■y tf, '.<9 rj. 11 ' V" /? % i ST. JO TRIBUNE Don't Let That Cold Turn Into "Flu" Just Rub A way Danger That cold may turn into "Flu,' Grippe or. even worse, Pneu- monia, unless you take care of it at once. RubMusterole on the congested parts and see how quickly it brings relief as effectively a9 the messy old mustard plaster. It does the work without blistering. Musterole, made from pure oil of mustard, camphor, menthol and other sipaple ingredients, is a counter- irritant which stimulates circulation and helps break up the cold. Von will feel a warm tingle as !t enters the pores, then a cooling sensa- tio* that brings wclcome relief, & Tubes Hitter than a muttard platter CARBUNCLES^^DEATH . eartamcles coubo anon?, sometimes ■a#lfch. Tako no chances with home-made pool- J pain and draws out core. Get a sen ^box from your drnrr^int today and ke 3tF5ti?fied. 1 is pain and draws out core. Get a generous from your drnperiat today an tnd. Money bock if not Batisfie...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 11 November 1927

i LOCAL NEWS ITEMS < > Michigan Salt 280-lb, Barrels 100-lb. Sacks 50-lb. Sacks Chancey Grocery Just phone 7 Mrs. S. H. Camp and Mrs. Clarence Moore were shopping in Gainesville last Friday. M. A. Hemphill attended district court in Montague in the early part of this week. Mrs. Reece Hundley went to Burk- burnett Friday to visit her mother, Mrs. E. M. Wise. Miss Mildred Cannon of Henrietta spent the week end in the city with her grandmother, Mrs. Nichols. C Miss Abbie Wilson has returned to her home in Montague after a week's visit with friends here. Mrs. Ernest Sampson of Romayor, Texas, is visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sampson here this week. P.-T. A. The Parent-Teacher Association of Saint Jo neld their usual monthly business meeting last Friday with 30 members in attendance. By a majority vote of the members present it was decided to change the meeting day of the association from Friday to Thursday. This was done so as not to conflict with the football and bas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 18 November 1927

H'W'c- '* C'-wimv', {::r(,5 it THE • ESTABLISHED 1898 $ SAINT JO. MONTAGUE ^OUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1927 VOLUME 30, NUMBER 1 About Getting Married The first thing, of course, young man, is to find the girl— and the next, to gain her consent. And after that— Well, there are a great many other tnings to consider, the most important of which is the matter of, finance*. There a where a little account at our Bank will come in handy. Better start now. It is fully as important as find'ng the girl, altho you may not think so. At least, a bank account will prove no handicap when it comes to buying the engagement rinr , the winding outfit, or furnishing the nest. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK H. D. FIELD, Presiflent JOE BOWERS, Cashier S. M. KING, Vice President GEO. A. WRIGHT. Ass't Cashier country are indirectly and negligently to blame for the lax enforcement of the law, because they do not take a personal interest in seeing it enforc- ed. Those who were present and heard the address ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 18 November 1927

anWm$ i sh ■Of*-", V' • .-'^'WcS; *jj ST. JO TRIBUNE "= qrorot) \<o2YY)27' H*. ■ /.• • ?*?-. Sf-'esS ^plSSl >*>'. : - ..x^-c>>v*la /'/I (llnc/e\'tvoac/ teL/nt/cr>voo<J /"Ao6o- Th<? pj/fr/ms 'first* J'haftk&fM/ij j By ELMO 8C0TT WATSON ^^^HANKSGIVING DAY is the oldest of our national American holidays—older —■ by a hundred and fifty years than Inde- f. J pendence day, older by more than two hundred years than Memorial day, and nearly three hundred years older than Armistice day. For this anniversary dates from the year 1621, and how It originated is so familiar a story to every Amer- ican that It need not be repeated 'iere except in vivid poetic fashion as given in the adjoining column. Although Thanksgiving day Is now 306 years old, this does not mean that it has been observed every year for that length of time, as is tlie case with other holidays, such as Christmas and New Year's, which this nation shares with others. In fact, surprising as it may be to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 18 November 1927

_ r ST. JO TRIBUNE The BABY 1 H CHAPTER VII—Continued —12— "Wag It here?" Miss Cornelia's voice came muffled from the head of the stairs. Dale considered. "Come down a little,'' she said. Miss Cornelia descended another Step. "How's this?" "That's about right," said Dale, un- certainly. Miss Cornelia was satis- fied. "Lights, please." She went up the stairs again to see If she could puzzle out what course of escape the man ■who had shot Fleming had taken, after his crime—If It hud been a man. Dale switched on the living room lights, with a sense of relief. The re- construction of the crime had tried her sorely. She sat down, to recover her poise. "DoctorI I'm so frightened!" she confessed. The doctor at once assumed his best manner of professional assur- ance. ' "Why, my dear child!" he said ffghtly. "Because you happened to he In the room when a crime was com- mitted?" J "But he has a perfect case against me," sighed Dale. "That's absurd!" "No." "You don't mean?" raid the doctor, a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 18 November 1927

% + y •<H~ * * *"C KB" THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Entered at the Postoffice at Saint Jo, Texas as Second Class Matter, 1898. Published every Friday. A Short Sermon By Rev. S. L. Ball, Sherman, Texas L.J.REYNOLDS Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1927 Subscription Rates—in Advance One year $1.00 Six months 50 Three months .26 Advertising rates for display space made known on application. Business Locals, Obituaries, Cards, •f Thanks, announcements of enter- tainments where admission fees are charged or colle. Hons taken up or accepted, eulogies poems etc., will be charged for at five cents per line for each insertion. Request to Close on Thanksgiving. To the merchants and business men snd women of Saint Jo: We, the ministers of the churches of Saint Jo de hereby extend to you all a cordial invitation to close your place of business from 10 o'clock to I o'clock on Thanksgiving Day and join with the other people of our town in a public Thanksgiving service to be held in the Pres...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 18 November 1927

■V 4 4; *■ , v *\ r*- ■ 1 There always conies a certain period of distress to every one. At that time, true, sincere friendship is best appreciated. It is our aim always to give each one our sincerest service. Your Friends, SCOTT BROS. Embalmers Furniture I inaaiawiraraararaimrai^ i Notice to Taxpayers. 1 will be at the following places on the dates below for the convenience of taxpayers in paying their taxes for 1927: November 23, Bonita. November 26 and 26, Nocona. December 2 and 3, Saint Jo. December 9 and 1#, Sunset. All persons who are over 21 years of age and under 60 years of age on January 1, 1927, will be required to pay a poll tax this year. Either the husband or the wife can pay the poll tax of the other without an order. Yours very truly, F. A. WOOD, Tax Collector, Montague County. For Sale. THE PANTHERESS Edited by I'upils of the Saint Jo High School, Saint Jo, Texas. STAFF j time for downs ,and were forced to Editor-in-Chief Nancy Field I kick. Associate Editor.-Mable ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 18 November 1927

MMH ..■..'.U'. ST. JO TRIBUNE SICK WOMAN t SOON RECOVERS By Taking Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound "A neighbor advised me to try Lydia E- JPlnkham's Vegetable Compound, which ahe said had helped her so much So I bought a few bottles and tried it out. It sure helped mo wonderfully. I felt much better. My work was no longer a dread to me. If I hear of any one who la troubled the way I was, I will gladly recom- mend the Vegetable Compound to them and I will answer any letters In regard to the same."— Mas. Behtha Meachajc, 1134 N. Penn. Ave., Lansing, Mich. _ "I had been sickly over since I waa fifteen yean old. After taking Lydia B. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound I got so I could do all my housework and I am In good health."—Mas. Mimt K. Williams, Ketchikan, Alaska. From Michigan to Alaska, from Maine to Oregon and from Connecticut to California letters are continually being written by grateful women recom- mending Lydia £3. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound. The Compound la made from r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 18 November 1927

, ' 7 ■ ■ : V "7 '''• V;' • s" - V ■ tfV. . f* ! ■i : r > ■ "V -> • v jjom floor I. Wixtdwork it disturbed \ S. Remodel with OAK floors Make every room like new at slight expense. Oak Fbora are permanent, beautiful, easy to keep dean. Write for complete free literature. • _ OAK FLOORING BUREAU Utt Builders Building CHICAGO Meanies Int nit Ion Is a man's word for nnj reasoning more accurate than his own. —Woman's Home Companion. onion Don't blame the feed or the con- dition of your stock if market men grade you low and custom- ers complain on account of the color of your butter. You can keep your butter always that golden June color which brings top prices by using Dandelion Butter Color. It's purely vege- table and meets all State and National Pure Food Laws-used by all large creameries for years. Its harmless, tasteless and doesn t color buttermilk. Large bottles, 35c at all drug and gro- cery stores. Write for FREE SAMPLE BOTTLE Wells & Richardson Co., lac Burlington, Ve...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 18 November 1927

■mm mSSittsit >♦♦«♦ ♦ ♦«♦♦♦♦♦< M H111 ♦♦«)!♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦« LOCAL NEWS ITEMS 42 Club. Michigan Salt 280-lb, Barrels 100-lb. Sacks 50-lb. Sacks Chancey Grocery! Just phone 7 Hup Wiggley of Iowa Park was here on business last week. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Sherrill made a business trip to Nocona Friday. Miss Mary Nell Field was hostess to the 42 Club on Tuesday Afternoon. The approaching Thanksgiving season was presaged in the decorations, fa- vors and score cards. Priof to the social meeting the club convened in a short business session and added the following names to its Mrs. F. P. Sherrill spent several list of members: Mrs. Jackie Poteet, ] days of last week with her mother in Arlington. Dollie and < I ' Atwater Kent Radio Radio Storage Battery Charging Service Ghange your dry cell Radio to a Storage Battery set with standard tubes, and get most out of your radio at least expense Estimates cheerfully given and battery correctly charged any time for 60 cents Paul D. Roberts, Telephone...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 25 November 1927

f fe n ■ ri • > THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE %s. ESTABLISHED 1898 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1927 VOLUME SO, NUMEBR 2 That College Course . Young folks, have yon the desire to complete y°ur educa- tion? Want to go away to college? Would you go if y°u had the funds? Most of you would do so. Why not start a savings account now? Why not bank some of the money you are earning and spending? If you really want to do a thing you can do it. Build up a little fund. It will teach you the saving habit, and in time may prove the very friend in need which you are look- ing for. * THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK H. D. FIELD, President JOE BOWERS, Cashier S. M. KING, Vice President GEO. A. WRIGHT^Ass't Cashier ILLINOIS BEND NEWS. COTTON REPORT. MONTAGUE NEWS Up to Wednesday night 646 bales of cotton had Been ^marketed in Saint Jo this season, the price ranging from 16 to 20 cents. Mrs. W. W. Jones. Items of Interest from Our County Capital. Mrs. W. W. Jones, nearly 81 years of age, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 25 November 1927

" f «* -- ktfi1 .'V. •• i. iCtVil4"-* ■W '"f ^f^avtev - \$fe ''^v, vr^Vl'"' M Sw" ■ "* I f; • jtt ST. JO TRIBUNE •} -/$■■" -"®V>v ju rr""*tfc OUR COMIC SECTION Events in the Lives of Little Men MOTHtR 5AV5 V00 TO P/AV VJJITH ME. 60 ON RUM rtOME WNTtoeosr V)P-niE GAME? WHAT? who ? A\N- W-WM! (bET OFF TH6, LOT' fsf.jO/s;. / y#91§ ' VII LITTLE Si STEP- (Co rrt«ht, w. N. U.) THE FEATHERHEADS Felix Isn't Superstitious r DAVS WHEN UMlTCWES WEQE j HELD IM AWE ANDHOGQOR.' WHO 3 AFPAlb lo wftLk UNDER A IftODED W H western newspaper union \ r.\ OSHOOIIPV \ FINNEY OF Th ii ii 15'" " — W! IT IE FORCE "'11117 iwiiiiiiiir Make-believe Sympathy 7 ... . (© by Wttt rn N«w«p l> r Union.) wfir MRS SNOOP WAS Sick,Michael j KNOuX IT5 SO — MRS To be: Sick. . ■pQobablv / thats viowav To talk av A navbop 1 / 3noop ,nj3ves hef2 iu NAVBOfc. / HEACTu AS MUCH AS I SHELL BE A-NOODW HER MEAD AM' TILL IM' ABOOT HEt2 AwroL paik9 FE(? A VEAQ OFF AH1 ON — soBC SHC'O MAKE-BELIEVE SHE , . 1/mA9 KILT FEI2 A llTTL...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 25 November 1927

v-.— * e-V*T ST. JO TRIBUNE A Novel from the Play By Mary Roberts Rinehart and Avery Hopwood "The 13 at," copyright. 1920, by M a r yKc^be^t^Rjm^n^r^jir^ilAvprvTlouwooiy WNU Service CHAPTER VIII—Continued —13— "Why certainly," agreed the doctor at once. He turned back. Miss Cor- nelia seemed pleased. "I hoped you would," she said, with a little tremble in her voice such as might easily occur In the voice of a nervous old lady. "Oh, yes—here's paper—and a pencil,1', as the doctor fumbled In a pocket. The doctor took the sheet of paper she proffered and, using the side of his bag as a pad, began to write out the prescription. "I don't generally advise these drugs," he said, looking up for a mo- ment. "Still—" He paused. "What time Is It?" Miss Cornelia glanced at the clock. "Half past eleven." "Then I'd better bring you the pow. ders myself," decided the doctor. "The pharmacy closes at eleven. I Khali have to make them up myself." "That seems a lot of trouble." "Nothing Is nny trouble...

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