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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 15 September 1925

h 'r AOSTIN, TEXA3 JJ ,,{ Tcxa® UuivcVfaUy. 01 ^ A Utei Elu^r County £R?ufetu VOLUMK V. NUMBER 32 CLARKSVILLB, TEXAS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1825 PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY A Paint —For every purpose —It's everlastingly Good! cfttarabfefflardware t ciAAMswue nxjts -/#« - fjftsr W/TH TH£ H[W -JUST P,VMt NO / Member Retail Merchants Association Baptist Association Meeting September 30 At a conference at the First Bap- tist Church last Wednesday night, ! messengers were elected to the Bap- j tist Association meeting to be held j here September 30 and October 1. Delegates from all of Red River County, and a number of visitors from Dallas, Texarkana, Marshall and other places are expected. Messeugers elected here are as follows: J. A. Dickson Mrs. J. A. Kunkel J. A. Kunkel R. B. Hollingsworth Miss Nannie Maud Aubrey Mrs. Lee Hayes Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Barry Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Singleton W. C. Bowman R. P. Moore Miss Buna VanWinkle Alternates Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stoifey J. F Kunkel Frank Hi...

Publication Title: Red River County Review
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 15 September 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1925 BED BIVER COUNTY REVIEW Publishing Company, Inc. Publviheri Entered at Second Clou Matter March, 3. 1879. A. T. BRYCE. Editor and Manager The wrong impression seems to pre- vail among the big companies selling gaaotyne in ClarksviUe. They seem to want to aell gasoline to us tor the same price per gallon that cotton brings per pound. We might not kick if cotton hits the four bit mark. Wichita Kansas motorists are hav- ing a great time at the expense of throe independent refining companies who some six months ago started the only kind of a wan* in which the con- sumer gets any benefit. As a result of • price war there, gasoline was sell- ing last week for 9.8 cents a gallon. Bring on the war. About the only way we'll ever get a war of that kind here is to import a tew labor agitators (who can start anything) or else hire ft few Mexican revolutionists. SHRAPNEL Some Are Dud's Some Are Not If the Detroit oil well materializes, w*e ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 15 September 1925

1 iV'AM*' * TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1825 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW I • 3 • • • • ' 5 I Coats of Rare Beauty At— D OAK'S —Select your coat now and be prepared to give Jack Frost the gentle laugh the first day he makes his appearance. —FUR TRIMMED COATS EXCEPTIONALLY LOW PRICED— $1 So®® amidl Up all the new shades and fabrics to fit everybody— Ladies and Mixes New Fall Hats $1.50 to $2.98 Beautiful Fall FOOTWEAR $4.95 iMEN'S WEAR Sought at OOAK'8 will al< ways satisfy. Whiteman Chapel News. M>rs. H. 8. Whiteman Sr.. is on the aick list. The Smith children of Garland, Tex- as who spent the summer with their aunt Mtb. Fred Johnson have returned home. Mir. and Mrs. D. I. Eudy of near De- troit, spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. Nettie Smith. Quite a number from here have been atending .the meeting at Madras. Mts. Kate Latimer and daughter, Mrs. R. N. Johnson and Mrs. Lillie Jamison and Miss Lucile Johnson spent Friday with Mrs. F. Johnson, Mrs. At to Parker, is real sick th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 15 September 1925

• • as* - Si- lk" v B' TKIPAT, MPTEMBSR II. It# TOE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUBSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, , The Barry Land Company •John E. Barry, Manager. Russell Guest, Salesman. i Nineteen years in the Land and Loan {Business in Clarksville—continuous ser- vice. Have some real bargains in farms, city homes and building lots; having good business especially in city property. We are having fine demand now for mod- erately priced homes in town. If you have one to sell and will price it right, can sell it for you. We handle on exclusive con- tracts only and give real service. Plenty of money to loan on improved farms at 6 percent. Barry Land Company Clarksville, Texas AT THE THEATRE "I Cook—(ia farce, at mistress) tylsh to glv® notice." Lady In Stall—(excitedly) "I shall ,be pleased to engage you at a pound a week and every evening out."— London Opinion. Mlses Esther and Elizabeth Corley arrived Monday from Dallas to spend several days with home folks. Shiloh Cemetery Ladles are giving a ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 18 September 1925

FRIDAY. AUSTIN, TEXAS With Wiiwv (Knrntfy Wimtem VOLUME V. NUMBER 33 CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1926 PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY i A Paint —For every purpose —It's everlastingly Good! V/ie tylarabtefflardware Wc - ciAPMswue rtx/ts -/sm - ft#sr W/W THfHfW -Jl/SrPHOMt HO. <■ Member Retail Merchants Association % COUNTY FAIR TO OPEN TUESDAY Record Attendance Expected tng Exposition. With but a few days remaining un- til the opening of Red Hiver County's Thirteenth Annual Fair, fair officials are putting in overtime with the final details for what is expected to be the biggest and best county fair ever held. To date twelve communities have promised to send exhibits and many individual farm exhibits will also be ■entered and indications point to more entries In ull departments than has been made heretofore. The club boys of the county will be on hand with their pigs and there will be great rivalry in this depart- ment ' The County Agents say the boys are showing much i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 18 September 1925

15, 1935 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW m. \ HOLIDAY Saturday, September 19th The following stores will be closed: Pollock Dry Goods Co. Steinlein Rosenfield Bros. Silberberg Dry Goods Co. The Famous People's Store Dave Bogdanov Stores open at 6 p. m. NOTICE—8HERIFF'8 8ALE THE STATE OP TEXAS, County of Red River. By virtue of an Execution, issued out of the Honorable County Court of Red River County on the 31st day of August A. D. 1825, by the clerk thereof in the. case of Mrs. M. S. lsbell, Com munity, Administratrix versus W. H Quest & T. H. Hargus No. 1934 and tv me as Sheriff, directed and delivered, I have levied upon this the 8th day of •September A. D. 1925, and will be- tween the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m. on the first Tues- day in October A. D. 1926, it being the •th day of said month at the Court House door of said Red River County In the City of Clarksville proceed to sell at public autlon, to the highest bidder for cash in hand, all the right, title a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 18 September 1925

FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 18, 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW iiitniiiiiiiioiiiniiiniifiBtnuiraiiHtdtHtniHiittntiiiiHUitiiiHiiiflMiiiHQitituiMtHi^iiitiHn Goodyear means Goodwear s "For Years the Recognized Leader" i m B —If it means for greater comfort, service U or convenience to the motorist, you'll find S| it at— | Caton-Goodman Auto Supply 1 Company Biological Survey Kills Famous Wolf South Dakota's notorious and elu- sive marauder, the gray wolf Three Toes, has at last been captured, ac- cording to information received by the United States Biological Survey. This ravenous despoller, roaming uncauxht over a large area for fifteen years, evaded traps, guns and poison and caused a $60,000 loss to stock growers. He was finally outwitted by Clyde P. Brings, one of the Govern- ment's hunters in the campaign against predatory animals. ! Brlfegs et out after the hide of S5 j Three Toea on July 5. He placed two traps close together. The. animal had long before lost two toes from one | hind foo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 18 September 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, 8BPTBMBBB 18, 192S F! Visitors to the Thirteenth ANNUAL Red River County Fair I —will find a welcome at Clarksville's great- est GROCERY STORE. —You will find that your interests are our's and that our service is for your satisfac- tion. 1HRATOEL ' By DUO LOOK Some Are Dud's Some Are Not McCalloch Grocery Company QUALITY GROCERIES CLARK8VILLE, TEXA8 1 CALL 57, 58 or 59 RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Review Publishing Company, Inc. Publishers Entered as Second Clone Matter March, 3, 1879. A* T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager ■ * Chicago has passed the 3,000,000 mark In population In spite of the ef- forts of some of her citizens. We wonder what the population would be today if it were not for the gun tot* erg. All signs fail in dry weather—ex- cept the stop signs at thfe intersection of Clarksville'B downtown streets. Of course all people don't believe in signs, and for that reason Mayor Cor- niliuB-'must hold court at the City Hall every Monday morning. The f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 18 September 1925

FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 18, 1926 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW • 9 J 0 3 < €@m® ft® A® Fair -MAKE THIS THE BIGGEST AND BEST YET. —When shopping for your new Fall Hat, Dress, or Coat you will find the most exclusive models here. —We specialize in beautiful merchan- dise of highest quality at lowest pri- ces. COATS AND DRESSES —Fine material* and good workman- ship $9.95 — (69.50 '—Sport or dress hats in newest styles. all headsizes— $2.95 — $25.00 —Corsets, Wrap arounds, Brassierf. The kind that make you look your best— $2.50 — $18.00 —Hosiery—New fall shades— all silk— $1.50 — $3.50 M Style Shop The Nicest Place Town One hurt, one dead In collapse of Clin. News item. Wouldn't this sound bcter if changed to read: 1 hurt, one dead in collapse caused by gin. Our friend, Harry Snodgrass was arrested the other day fo speeding. Maybe he was just ushlng through 'Thrtte o'clock In the Morning." City Comforts For Farm Homes —EXPENSIVE?—Not half, no, not one third what you would expect to pay for ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 18 September 1925

• I THE RED R1VBK COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1925 BBAUTY • COMFORT • COttVlHIlNCB • UTILITY 192,368 Orders Already Received The increased popularity of the improved Ford cast has already become an established fact Since the announcement of these can 192,368 arden have been placed with Authorized Ford Dealers—a sales record that is without precedent. See the improved cars at your nearest Authorized Ford Dealer's. Place your order now to insure pre- ferred position on the dealer's delivery list. Enjoy the new beauty and increased riding comfort of a Ford car this Fall and Winter. TOURING CAR i'290 , P. 0. B. DETROIT Runabout . I260 Coupe ... 520 tudor sedan . 580 Fordor Sedan 660 P—o rmtilf lUmiand Saner Baa otOfMCm ' CUCtnaOk NO INCREASE IN PRICES Mound Monareha Lay In Shrouds of Pearl. Chlllicothe, O.—Preparation* were made today for the removal of what are believed to be the bodiea of a roy- al family pf y « ancient mound build- era discovered yesterday in a charnel house ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 18 September 1925

fAY. SEPTEMBER 18, 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW I I • • III STORAGE BATTERIES Are now used on a growing list of wall- known, quality cara—a proof of thair quality A Safe Investment Prest-O-Lite Storage Batteries are nation- ally sold and serviced. Back of these batteries is twenty years of experience —your guarantee of quality and what is best of all, Prest-O-Lite Batteries cost less. They are a safe investment. Conerly's Garage Where Tire# and Tubes are Vulcanized. We are also offering this famous line at new low prices. The quality remains unchanged. 6 VOL WOOD OR ■RUBBER! Columbia Storage Batteries Money Sj>ent for Review Subscription is Well Spent I % Coal up now for the winter £ s Just received a car of Extra Fancy Lump Coal Finest Quality—Absolutely Clean Steger Lumber Co. We Deliver Ex-Cowboys Have Annual Meetings The Cherokee Strip haa a niche in history as one of the greatest cattle domains that ever existed. But more enduring and Important than the cat- tle are the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 18 September 1925

1 0 * Iceta. and THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 18, T 11 1 i!' 'First With the New WELCOME FAIR VISITORS —We welcome every man, woman, and child in good old RED RIVER COUNTY to the 13th annual Red River County Fair. —And we want you Men and Young Men to look the part of being resi- dents of the best and one of the most prosperous counties in the grand old state of Texas. —We are here with all the new fixings for man and boy for Fall and Win- ter, and you know the ROSEN- FIELD QUALITY, with prices no higher than asked for ordinary goods. NEW SUITS, NEW OVERCOATS, NEW SHOES, NEW HATS STORE WILL REMAIN CLOSED SATURDAY UNTIL 6 p. m. Rosenfield's STORE FOR MEN" ' Miss Marie Gosney arrived Wed- nesday from her home in Denton to < take the place of Miss Lucille Jeffreys M Spanish teacher in our High School. Iml mi Miss Lucille Jeffreys, former Span- ish teacher in our High School has left for Baylor Belton, where she will attend school this year. WRERSTLING Featuring Clar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 22 September 1925

\JU>V 0 §g «•« - _.1> AUSTIN, TEXAS.yj5 / With t&xxtvt County Witmtux Sec. VOLUME V, NUMBER 34 CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, TUE8DAY, SEPTEMBER 22. 1925 PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY WELCOME FAIR VISITORS /p U MftaAl -Your Store of Com- plete Hardware Serv- ice Extends a Cordial Invitation to Fair Vis- itors to Make this Store Your Up-town Headquarters. Da* Tttarabte&fardware Wi •' ctAMswur roots -/#w« Member Retail Merchants Association Army Plane Sets New World Pace « ———• • "Mitchell Field N. Y. Sept. 18—A me-w -unofficial world's speed record was established today when Lieuten- ant Alfora J. Williams navy aviator, Hew at the rate of 302.3 miles an hour. The flight was a test for the Pulit- zer races to be held here next month. Williams' time was carefully checked Iby officials of the Curtiss Airplane company. He flew one kilometer in 14 seconds. The worlds record for airplane speeding is 278 miles an hour, held by Prance. Williams started his flight by div- ing from a height ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 22 September 1925

iff . • • THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 192S p«r> RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PUBUtHINO COMPANY, Inc. Publishers Entered ae Second Clout Matter March, 8. 187ft 'A. T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager TRIAL OF DAMAGE SUIT RESULTS IN HUNG JURY Tb« jury in the case of J. T. Phil* lip* ts. Texas and Pacific railroad, which has been on trial most of the week in the Sixty-second district court, resulted in a mistrial and the jury was discharged at noon Thurs- day after it bad spent part of an af- ternoon and all night without reaching a verdict. Shortly after court opened Thurs- day morning the Jury reported that it was unable to agree but they were held together until noon. The plaintiff, who is a reagent of Red River county, sued the defendant for damages for closing up a road. He claimed that he had been traveling over It more than twenty years and that the public had been using it. The question involved in the suit was whether the public has acquire a right by prescription to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 22 September 1925

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Nl Finn® Fot Trimmed, , aft DOAK'S These illustrations show some of our Beautiful Styles— Come in and see these new Coats we have for you— PRICED— Each Coat is priced to save you from— $10.00 to $15.00. $25 $35 $45 $55 —We are also showing a —8PECIAL THIS WEEK— wonderful variety of— Ladies and iMIsses Summer $12.50 & $18.50 Dresses- COAT8 Half Price —Plain and Fur trimmed —LInenB, Ginghams, Voiles. ©O Mrs. Gaston Muns and daughter, Virginia, were in Paris Friday V ¥ Lon Jennings a Dallas visitor Sunday. • • Mrs. Lura Doak has returned from an extended visit with he sister Mrs. Dowlin of Houston. • • Mrs. J. C. Barton and daughter Miss Jessica were Paris visitors Friday. • * Miss Rosine Dickson left Sunday for Waco where she will re-enter Bay- lor University. • • Miss Mildred West, who will at- tend school at C. I. A., left Saturday for Denton. * * Dr. S. M. Templeton arrived Satur- day from his home In Rockwall, to at- tend...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 22 September 1925

Welcome Fair Visitors. —to— Walker- Grants —Plenty of Ice Water, Electric Fans and Ladies Rest Room— Domestic I Oc yard. Pepperel Sheeting 42c yard. Hope Domestic 18c yard Gingham and Percale 10c yard. Hats, Caps, Shoes and Stockings for the School Children. -Everything you need for Winter wear. -See us before you buy. The Bargain Store. Captain John Allison Pioneer Citizen, Dead (Continued from Page One) Mrs. Miranda A. Bagby Called to Her Reward (Continued from page i) Fred Goodman of Texarkana; W. A. Taylor of Butoka Springs, Ark; D. A. Chambers of Detroit; Clifton Cham- bers of Mexia; Mr. and Mrs. David Chambers of Blossom and Mr. and Mrs. Mel Wilkerson of Bogata. AdtlVe pall bearers were John A. Kunkel. Will Burks, M. T. Goodman, M. L. Wren, H. H. Lennox and J. A Dickson. Honorary pall bearers were Capt. J. K P. Jamison. O. B. Baker, J. Bl. Jenkins, T. B. Gaines and W N. Burk- Jiead, nil members of John C. Burks Camp TT. C. V. of which Captain Alll- «op wfiB jti member. 'Alliga...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 22 September 1925

fP-SSSSI L-- With Hitter fituunfu WLmtew Sec. VOLUME V, NUMBER 34 CLARKSVILLE. TEXAS, TUESDAY, SEITKMBER 22. 1925 PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY BIS -i iy„ v ;#3 &■ ' Go to the FAIR -And when you have enjoyed all it has to offer, stop at JIM'S on your way and try a dish of ATHAS' ICE CREAM or one of our delicious sodas. -They're the most cooling and refreshing and your enjoyment of the Fair cannot be complete without a visit to JIM'S PARLOR. Athas Confectionery Company The Home of Athas' Ice Cream ANNONA FAIR WAS SUCCESSFUL EVENT Mena First In Community Exhibits With a Score of 850 Points If tho Red River County Fair is as great a success as the Aunonu Com- munity Fair which closed Saturday night, the great amount of work that has been done by fair officials will not have been int vain. The largest attendance that has ever been recorded was on hand for the two day Annona exposition, and visitors were rewarded by swing the finest display of exhibits that have ever been gathered by ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 22 September 1925

P* ifr JK ft THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUK8DAT. BEPTEMBKIt jo IJ25 BIG AND LITTLE PIPES FOR NEW ORGAN AT STATE FAIR * It Motor Comnipaiisy to Have Ifiraft^rtgyiriiirag FaSff Eskibat Fordson Tractort Will li Seen A | "J*wCllty AvUtOTt Seek To Wreck Plane* Work With Various Implements Farm Xot an the thrills of aviation are Ow of the feature* of the Red . , , . .. ,.nm. , to be found ir. the excitement ox torn River County Fair which open* today- ^ war lmje #nd ^ ar€ appar. will be the Marable Motor ompany ex- ^ J||#| ag maEJ. daredevilg of ,he ! air now as during the big show over- I seas, a few years ago. Some twenty Dallas flyers now are bibit of various Ford car , tracks and Fordson Tractors. Many changes and improvements have been made in the various Ford products during the past year, not the least of which is the de- velopment of new uses for the Ford- son. The Fordson's power and adapta- bility to dotens of essential farm op- erations make it the focal point for progressive ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 22 September 1925

HP TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 22. 1926 TOE RED RIVEK COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER It, IMS =£ ;nt EXPECT 600 ENTRIES FOR STATE FAIR KENNEL SHOW Fully 6(ML dogs of high degree, it !• expected, will be shown at the Texas Kennel Club dog show, to be held during the State Pair of Texas. Dallas, Oct. 10-26, according to officials of the club. Dates for the 1026 kennel show are Oct. <23, 24. and 25 and the show will be held in the big poultry build- ing, where last year's display was given. It is declared that more trophies than ever befpre will be offeree, and that a full "6-point" show will be given In every particular. Breed captains have been named by officers of the Texas Kennel rlub. It will be tlielr duty to see to entries in the respective breeds in which each is Interested. Weekly meetings of the show committee will lie held at Dallas from now until opening of the show, to the end that nil details may be worked out com- pletely. Officers of the "jxas Kennel Club are: Dr. E. P. Hackn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 22 September 1925

TUESDAY, SBPTBMBBR M. 1IU HFf fc.. W County Fair Is Evidence The Progressiveness of Red River County. *—We want to add our words of appreciation of the untiring efforts of the men who are responsible for making this exposition possible, and to the pro- gressive people of the county who are making it the success it deserves to be by adding their co-opera- tion. —WE WANT TO DO OUR PART IN THE UP- BUILDING OF THE COUNTY. WE ARE YOUR ELECTRIC SERVANTS . Our Stock in Trade—SERVICE. Our Greatest Asset— YOUR GOOD WILL Texas Public Utilities Company THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW scientific instruments wltk preclsluu. Prior to the war this was a secret German process. For this achievement and several improvements In the mech anism of the naval torpedo he was ap- pointed to the rank of Commander. Commander Eppley lives in Newport aud is a member of the local lodge of FRIDAY, SBPTBMBBR 1€, 1926 Elks. ! President Selects Three Subjects For Essay Boston, Sept. 14.—President Cool- idge has selected...

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