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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 30 October 1925

—Jii- Wizb WAtxtt (Enmity Wituxtw o VOLUME FIVK, NUMBER 45 CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, NOVEMBER ;',0, 1925 TWELVE PAGES—SEC. TWO PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY INTERESTING FACTS CONCERNING , CORRECTION OF EYE STRAIN o o By FRED FERIS, O. D. Registered Optometrist of Fort Worth Te.vas Optometry today stands forth as a specialized profession recognized by law for the measurement of the power of vision and the adaption of lenses for the aid thereof. There are 184,000 different abnormal conBi- tions of the eye which are correcta- ble or wh,lch may be overcome by the proper application of optical glass. A world of beauty, emotion and ideas flood the brain through the eye. Sight is the medium by which beauty of the human face and form and all eternal life is presented to _iis; by which the varying impressions >(~ff passion and thought and hope any "joy and pain are discriminated; and by which we take hold of a large por- tion of the pleasure, sorrows and possibly of our very existance. It is the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 30 October 1925

•> 9 PAOB I—•■OnON TWO Eaurlj History ©IF % -By PAT B. CLARK . <Continued from page 1, section 2) •sights that ever met man's eye met his "Old Uncle Henry" Stout told me that the same volley from ambush toy the Indians, that killed Mr. Den tn, also ehot a flint-lock off his own gun. Henry Stout, after the ambuscade, gathored up some of his atragllng comrads and went back and hurried Mr. Denton. More than thirty years after the killing of Denton and after the T. A P. railroad was built through Red River County and on out through Denton County, some of the rela- tives of Mr. Denton took Old Uncle Henry Stout and boarding the train at Clarksville, went out and located the grave of Mr. Denton and defi- nitely recognised the remains by markings that Henry Stout had in- terred with the body. I heard Uncle Henry Stout say, after locat- ing the grave of Denton, that the greatest drawback he had in locat- ing the scene of the ambuscade, kill- ing and subsequent burial of Mr. Denton, wa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 30 October 1925

WMPBSHB 0 Use 8h« hit. «L. °r J**, Wt oj Poll® | brother Of le i OCTOBER 30, 192B- THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAGE S—SECTION TWO m Jesse James Here Monday • -* The town has been billed thor- oughly for the appearance here of Leo BlondiQB big Jesse James Show Monday Nov 2. The story, the Life and Fall of Jesse James, has been running in tthe Sunday issue of the leading pa- pers throughout the country and the play is written from true facts of this famous outlaw. It teaches a great moral lesson, the triumph of right over wrong. The play that the Blondin show presents is not the old time "shoot them up" piece that has been used by various companies playing Jesse James, but a late play showing the true personality of Jesse James. The Terry lot has been secured for-the* big" Tent. Popular prices will prevail. BACK GIVEN OUT? © Then Follow the Advice of This | Clarksviiie Resident. Are you dragging along day after day with a dull, nagging backache? Do you feel tired, lame and achy? suffe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 30 October 1925

TAGS 4—SUCTION TWO THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Hansen Here for Go With Johnson THE CHAMPION POTATO RAISER HAM BEEN FOUND WRESTLER CARRY MUCH MORE WEIGHT THAN LOCAL MAN Ernest Hanson of Sherman, con- queror of a dosen or more wrestlers whose names are familiar with wrestling fans from over the state, bns been In training In Avery since Monday for his match with Bill Johnson which will be held at the H. and C. Skating Rink Friday sight. Hansen was billed to go to the nnt with Johnson last week but through a misunderstanding, failed to put In his appearance, and "Big Tom" Ghesney was substituted to give Johnson a little practice. The Sherman (trappier is much of • man, and is easily the heaviest op- ponent Johnson bas picked since hta first appearance here. Johnson however 1b not worrying and seems «onfident that ho can win in straight tells. Hansen will weigh in at 198, nearly 30 pounds heavier than the local wrestler. If Johnson cau put Hansen away, It is highly probable that he will...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 30 October 1925

HpRMMW" —j rrrgafc and Oil. Iker. iona) Iker. ouil M, o J OCTOBER SO, 1981 TSHE RQD RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAGE 5—SECTION TWP V Goblins '11 Be Out In Force Saturday PORCH FURNITURE WILL BE TAKEN IN AND ALL CARS ANCHORED Youth will hayo its fling, and this is expected to take the form of many ghosts and goblin parties Hallowe'en, Sat inlay October 31, and while the big majority of the youngsters will be abroad for inno- cent pleasure and frolic, the usual amount of damage that comes be- cause of the thoughtlessness of some of the bigger boys can be looked for. Each year thousands of dollars worth of valuable property Is de- stroyed on Hallo# 'en and the pub- lic has long since come to the point of expecting "ijjos: anything" on this night of nights. Local officers have let it be known however, that as long as the children conduct them- selves proQurly confine tneir activities to innocent pleasure, they will not be molested, but they threaten dire things if any property is damaged "Many ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 30 October 1925

#M1 •—-SECTION TWO THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW OCTOBER SO. 1918 -M- 'Prom Our Bxchanges" Move* to CUifeiTllle W. F. Hlgglns and family moved to Clarksville Monday where Mr. Biggins has a rural route out of that town. M'- Hlgglna has been an ef- ficient poatmaater and general man- ager of S, A. Cunningham's store for a^out IS years, and we are very sor- ry to lose them. E. 0. Cox, of this place has been made acting post- master until a civil service examina- tion for the place can be held.—De- pbrt Times. Horse Killed in Rim Tuesday. Spectators of the first running race in several years at the fair grounds suffered a painful disap- pointment Tuesday when o,ne of the horses was killed near the close of the first stretch, bringing the race to an unexpected end. The horse was regarded as a valuable animal and belonged to a string of race horses that has been making fairs at various places in Texas and Okla- homa. The accident occurred almost in front of the grand stand in plain view-of ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 30 October 1925

1 OCTOBER SO. lift THE RED RIVER. COUNTY REVIEW PAOB 7—MOTION TWO pv; 1 m Eat our Meats and Enjoy Living —Steaks and Roasts of such tenderness as to give you a. tender feeling toward all the world. —Our meats are home-bought, home-kill- ed, home-cured, and sold to hojme peo- ple who realize the better quality of our service and product. City Market -J Docket For Fall Tern Dist. Court SECOND TERM OP COURT SINCE CREATION OF 102ml Jl'IH- CIAL DISTRICT The complete assignment of cas- eH to be heard before Hon. R. J. jiWillims judg of the la02nd Judi- cial District in the fall term of dis- trict court which will begin in Clarksville Nov. 2, as furnished the Review by District Clerk R. B. llollingsworth, is as follows: The first and second weeks of the term will be devoted to , the trial of non-jury cases and a com- plete assignment furnished by Dis- trict Clerk R. B. Holllngsworth is as lollows: Mrst Week, Monday, November 2, Mrs. J. J. Gaston vs. T. H. Har- £US. R. M. Cline vs. C. E. Wi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 30 October 1925

v I; * I? y m-' BAOB ^-MOTION TWO THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW OCTOBER SO. lfttS HALLOWEEN WHEN THE GHOSTS WALK TTie night will not be complete without a visit to JIM'S where you will find the most delicious drinks—the most invigorat- ing hot chocolate and boullion—the kind of chili and sandwiches that mother made— and a hearty welcome to one of the show 1- > places of Red River County. ;/-,4, Our new store was opened for business „ Thursday morning but the formal opening -will not be held till a later date when all the new candy and ice cream machinery has been installed. There will be something doing every minute at our opening. Watch this paper for an announcement of the date.' ATHAS CONFECTIONERY CO. [flip & Imi TSReTnge/s C&£® Reported By Gilmer has put It over us again and the grudge is still here. This year, however, the Tigers have no excuses to offer because they were merely outclassed. It is said that Coach Wright instead of "jumping on" the players after the gam...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 6 November 1925

AUSTIN, T«./;A8 >J ■i With Stu^r JRruteui "VOLUME FIVE—NUMBER 47 CLARK8VILLE, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 6, 1925 PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY COMPLETE PERFECTION SERVICE Cook Siovesjuid Ova \ Oil Raiiges Oil Cook Stoves Heaters Repair Parts Wicks V/te 'Tftcwabfetyardware Wl - • ctAAttswue rixAS -t*$s - W W/Trt THf HfW -JUS7 PMXl \(> < Member Retail Merchants Association CONGRESSMAN BLACK FAVORS MONTHLY COTTON REPORT p FAVORS ANRNOM«NT' KNT LAW WHICH WOULD REDUCE GUESSWORK. Oongresman Eugene Black re- ceived a letter from the Daily News Record of New York City asking his opinion by wire for publication as ^kto whether or not the present laws requiring frequent crop estimates should he modified or should remain as they are at present. To this inquiry, Mr. Black wired as follows: "I give it as my opinion that cot- ton estimates come too frequently. I shall favor amendment to present law so that only one Government Cotton crop estimate shall be issued a month during the fall season. The l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 6 November 1925

!& Mfil TWO the red river county review NOVEMBER C, j«,25 lb T!k® Tiger's Cage *& * • Mm TaM Om id School Some bok plaster feU tbe other <hj tost there vu bo mynurr u. to vbare it came from It fell from ceiling of tbe Domestic Science kitties when David Burkhead. Bit* tine in tbc room above fell heavily Mt of bis chair. A certain young gentleman en Main street is atriied to consider whether be mutts a red-beaded woman permanently — hoping for • few lucid Intervals—or whether II is tetter to fall for some other ••loir and take to the brash when •he takes a red-beaded spell. Kelvin Marks, Jr.: "Look, I just lanad a dime." Paul Steinlels CM Iff M. M., Jr.: "Out campus where I was ebingle aaH.** f. "Good-bye!" M. M. Jr.: "Where P. S.: "I'm going. acme rafl read spikes. Senior—Addie Soward. Junior—Clorie Graves. Sophomore—Cecil Owen Sport Editors—Judge Bar by and Ford A-lma Harrington. Joke and Poetry Editor—LeRoy Terry. BOCB of tbc football came with Dal- las High school. Dur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 6 November 1925

I 4 • « I § I ii'iu a d 1 11 * NOVEMBER 6, 1926 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAGE THREB iraplks 'From Our Exchange*" BILLION FOR ENTERTAINMENT. The money that Americana spend annually for entertainment amounts to many billions of dollars—a sum almost beyond belief—according to recently made estimates. Baseball "fans" paid 11,883,000 to see the last seven world series games. Football enthusiasts, attending the various scholastic gridiron con- tests a few weeks ago paid a simi- lar amount for tickets. A million of dollars are spent each week by patrons of the theatre. An example, and a striking one, of the huge sums paid for motion picture etertainment was demon- strated when Charles Chaplin sold four old comedies—films produced by him several years ago—for $500- 000, while his most recent film com- edy is said to have brought him in more than $5,000,000. Money spent for radio sets is money spent for entertainment. The same is true with money spent for dances, or for musical Instrument...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 6 November 1925

ip^ II K £2 POUR THE ,RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW NOVSMBGR I, 1925 ft*" MVBB OOUNTY REVIEW PVBUSHINO COMPANY, /«• PlMuhfTB MntfHL m SteokdTcUn MatUr March, #, 187* T- BRYCE, Mitor ond Munagmr THE GOOD CITIKN "OLD-SALrjALES *r CAfTAOt IKA KHPKS (Copyright.) The citisen I have la mind be , Hares in a personal Cod to whom ba la responsible, and lives up to Ma ballet. He la concerned, first of all, to do his own duty. He has no thought of being upright by proxy. Ha does not wait for the community or the legislature to reform him. Xnowln that good citizenship de- panda on the character and conduct at the individual citizen, he does his ■hare as best e can and sets example, preaching little or not at all, but hoping (and praying) that others may do the good that lies in their .power. • He Is conscious of his rights: per- haps jealous. He may be shrewd in business. His ambition may be large, la success he may outstrip his fel- lows. But he is careful of other nan's rights. He respects their ho...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 6 November 1925

NOVEMBER I, 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW 14M a->vtf ■ Stores of Distinction. ft Ilk miles lorso 100t> uu- B ft villa * * > ir It EXCLUSIVE BUT NOT EXPENSIVE are these new creations in smart Tur- bana—lOff the face—large pattern hats, rich in silk velvets, metals and satins. SPORT HATS of FELTS and VE- LOURS, all reasonably priced. In Norway ond Denmark a small stick fastened to a string six inches or so In length is tied to packages to make them easier to carry. •f: • Marvelous Hot Bread Make your next batch of hot bread with Mrs. Tucker's Shortening. You'll notice how light it is—so tender that it seems to melt in your mouth! Whenever you use Mrs. Tucker's Shortening, you will find that it imparts a wonder- ful, buttery richness to any food—keeping it fresh longer —and preserving the most delicate flavors. This is be- cause Mrs. Tucker's is a pure, wholesome, vegetable short- ening that always comes to yon fresh. It is made exclu- sively of choice cottonseed-oil. Mrs. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 6 November 1925

fe;,. m,. a*- " rv/v.•. < • fifll six THE RED RIVER CX)UNTY REVIEW NOVEMBER ft. 1925 <;'■ m I I It# HOME BENEFIT PAYS FIRST AS USUAL <0* W®M@ini BMsnimess By CHRISTINE RICHARDSON Baylor University, Waco, Texas llr. Hal Baughn who was acci- (Editor's Note: The Review Is dently burned and died Tuesday herewith presenting another of a Bight carried a life Insurance policy, series of articles on educational, is Group No. 1 of the Home Benefit scientific and otherwise interesting Association. Wit)u>ut receiving any topics written by a picked group of notice .from his people a check for professors at Baylor university, Waco $1,000.00 'was Issued Wednesday (Texas. The one following is by Miss morning and sent to his wife. Mr., Christine Richardson, instructor in Baughp carried other policies but as the school of commerce and business usual the Home Benefit paid off the' administration. Miss Richardson claim before he was buried and fur- j received her M. A. from Baylor at Bisbe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 6 November 1925

T II Um NOVEMBER t. 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAOB SEVEN I « Early History ©IF l@ir T @x&§ -By PAT B. CLARK . The following article in the sec- ond installment of an address by Pat B. Clark of Clarksville, Red River County, Texas, delivered.before the North Texas Historical Society at Sherman, Sept. 26, 1925, to appear in the Review from week to week. (Continued from Last Week) However, some two or three years after this, Mr. John Hanks having died in the year 1827, she Mrs. Hanks, my grandmother, and after her bitter fight in the campaign against my grandfather, two years later, in July 1829 was married to my Grandfather, James Clark. In the year 1828, my grandfather, James Clark built the first house in the City of Clarksville. James Clark was the son of Ben- jamin Clurk of Tennessee, who was directly connected with the Clarks of Colonial days; George Rogers Clark, who captured the English forts around the Great Lakes aud gained to the United Colonies the whole of the N...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 6 November 1925

gW|WpSfP^ I :f , I :\ ' ■ - ' ' ' ' . ■.':' ■,.'" :: m! V;V:,''-':'v''r'" ' ' . "' . _ ^ -^r-— |P 5 ' ""Y" Be Hw Ki; * St}?.; $§<' St P i . !fo I?''1,. mam PACE HIOHT Report of Cotton Ginned to Oct. 16 «0VKRXMr:NT FIGURES SHOW RKI> RIVER COUNTY 6,000 RALES AHEAD OF 1024. The Department of Commerce, through the Bureau of Census, has just issued a bulletin showing the total of cotton ginned in Texas prior to October 16. * The report 3hows the total cotton ginned in the state on that date was 2,406,695 *n 18*6 ani ^75,144 bales on tfee ramedate last year, a loss or 808,549 .bales. * The figures given on Red River and surrounding counties is as fol- lows: County 1926 1924 Rod River 88,016 ,32,331 Bowie 29,708 20,632 Cass ; 86,839 16,764 polltn 64,866 78,116 Delta 26,466 21,421 Fannin 66,797 68,895 Hopkins 29,612 19,843 •Lamar 64,442 63,898 Titus 13,707 10,602 Williamson w;i easily the hardest hit by tlio drought the ginnings to October 1G, 1926 Leing but 8,866 bales as against 89,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 10 November 1925

AUSTIN, TCXA3 1 vulvcwit> Of TeSM i. 3 i&tb WAxxtt County Wimizut VOLUME FIVE-— NUMBER 48 CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, OCTOBER #0. 1925 PUBLISHED TUB8DAY AND FRIDAY « In Commemoration of the close of the Great War. Our Store will remain closed all of Armistice Day November 11th. Otfc 'TttarabfetyaixJivare Wi • f • ClAAXSWUr rtXAS -t493 • f/RST W/TN THC HfW-Jl/Sr PHOHt MO Z Member Retail Merchants Association Mr n • Cases T ed In District Court T. TWELVE DIVORCES GRANTED AND TAX SUITS DISPONED OF TVEBiyVV. The first week of the Fall term of District Court, which opened In Clarksvllle November 2, saw a num- ber of civil cases of long standing disposed of, altho a number of them were reset for hearing at a later I date this term. Tuesday was divorce and tax suit day in court. Twelve divorces were granted on that day and many tax suits were disposed of. In all tax suits where judgment was taken, the property on which the taxes were delinquent will be sold at Sheriffs sale sometime between...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 10 November 1925

Pifit TWO OCTOBEP. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW AT BUTCHER'S Your prescriptions are care- fully compounded bv compe- tent men. 'Just what the doctor ordered" v! if tiat lit** kt T"'-T.t iirt tfA ti t-jHttswas kid bia talk 14* !•*«*«* far eat* and m both aupw a< ki4 iscgily ia- ' wi ti«M*3 *-«•.. a Mrorwwe Attrei itTLll? h±t&t iunvo&t Kuwl aa < Htth- Ot>* of A \iri f jflot wi: ItK'AlX* 2 t 2 IH-fi ft It* *"•*! proo«f*< 3Ub way oottrree e3 l> a* *i* iatf -rtetc.xf *♦?* tailod i* lAinkT wtt'! ati ax i —.i-it, ! . -.X iiii Jt p:«i i>Ht tnmtC!? «onm*6 it F*xa.x Ccttty wjOjh Xm Jtarga?*e Sm-ar.x wa jssiv tb* law 5tw day* Tie?* ik** i.**x f * 1.1 v n^ n !«<• iirt ba t*' ui« "it jiifcr# «*r«-fc ***** rmccr ia Iteaa manor wim neer* om^ i « fct ,iM. muM.!uta. i«f« 1. i.red it ".<t'i u!x li'-ieaae* far —« wlfeit* oospfie* txfter art—Pan* Ne* t. Wjm ..-r:-g ®WT IKV < U B HA* Om MEETING FRJX «T Txt m>;im 4&<«* TS M'l a23y "-HUJlitM !fl tit JW- am a- B ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 10 November 1925

OCTOBER 10, 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAOE THREB 9 T*+ J1 THURSDAY NOVEMBER 12, 1925 First Day of POLLOCK'S Birthday Sale POLLOCK'S ■STORES OF DISTINCTION- CELEBRATING OUR Second Birthday in Clarksville with 10 Days of Super value giving. Second Annual ANNIVERSARY O Starting Thursday Horning, Nov. 12, Ending Saturday Night, Nov. 21 Opening Day Priccs, Tlw. Nov. 12 10 to 11 a. m. Hope Domestic— m a 5 yards for... Soft finish Bleach, 30 inches wide STATED LIMITS ON ALL ITEMS Save this ad and keep posted on the hour sales. 9 to 10 A. M. PHOENIX SILK HOSE Woim'iiN Phoenix Quality Silk Hose—all colors, 2 pair for— $1.49 1 to 2 P. M. FINE LINGERIE C1X>TH —All shades—Per yard- Limit S Yards 19c 11 to 12 A. M. PALM OLIVE SOAP —Five 10c bars for— 29c 2 to 3 P. M. MEN'S MARO FINE LISLE FINISH HOSE —Four pair to Bos—Per Box— 79c 12 to 1 P. M. WOMENS GINGHAM DRESSES—Super made 88c 3 to 4 P. M. FINE QUALITY PURE SILK CREPE dc CHINE —All Colors—Per Yard— 99c —Limit 5 Yards Pollock's Sta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 10 November 1925

, PAGE! FOUR • **.1 m t 4*(j THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW OCTOBER 10, 1925 NOVEMBER AST A Kelly's Famous Shoe Store Bollman Bros. Grocery Modern Cleaners McCulloch Greenhouse \ City Market McCulloch Grocery Butcher Drug Company J. W. Allen & Bro. Chas. L. Goodman .• Red River Motor Sales Co. , Rainey's Theatres 1 Main Produce Company ' The Style Shop First National Bank J. C. Barton, Druggist Star Market Smith Grocery Company J. Rufus Arnold, Magnolia Filling Sta. Red River Electric Company Frank Miesch, Jeweler and Optician Marable Motor Company Pollock Dry Goods Company J. N. Athas & Company "The Hub" Review Publishing Company Dryden Furniture Company I Marable Hardware Company Bollman Motor Company McClinton Furniture Company ^Walker-Grant Rosenfield Bros. ! Clarksville High School Stiles Drug Company Caton-Goodman Auto Supply Co. A FTER years of preparation—^hoarding -£~J- of paltry sums—slow but sure methods of gathering arms and ammunitions—untir- ing efforts put forth ...

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