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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 29 December 1925

* • I n i* 1.1 TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1926. TUB RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW IWM9W jjrtili rjylJ . • )• V t ./ ihnrH i'"i -ito'tT Embroidery Packages at Half All remaining Royal Society, Bucilla and Pacific embroidery packages at one-half. The lot consists of Vanity Sets, Spreads, Gowns, Teds, Baby Dresses and other useful articles. Finished Models Reduced I Each piece is hand embroidered in the most per- fect manner and all are extraordinary values. This is a good time to buy for next Christmas—Come early. Lending Library A number of dues have been paid in and those wishing to join please pay at The Style Shop this week. We would like to have this in operation as soon as pos- sible. Be a charter member—one of the first hundred; then work for more members. Night. .i'-'hU •' ' >i!tt v, One of the moat outstanding events of the 1925 social calendar was the annual dance given by a club mem- ber of the Clarksville Country Club at the North' Lake on Christmas night. j The club houHe was ver...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 29 December 1925

I - tr'% ' TVSaOAT. DBCSMBXR r..'" ' 4 v- RIVER COUNTY REVIEW THE RED "Bargain Spot of Clarksville" THE HUB "Where Thrifty People Trade" We are overstocked on Ladies Coats and Men's Overcoats. If you need one we can show you how far your dollars can go. Let us show you. . HALF PRICES ON COATS MEN'S OVERCOATS LADIES COATS $25.00 Values $19.50 Values Plaid Back Fur Collars $12.50 $9.75 at "The HUB" at "The HUB* JOHN H. DOOLEY ANNOUNCES FOB SHERIFF Though many hints have been dropped by aspirant candidates for public office in the Democratic pri- mary election on July 24, next, the Review is certain of only one candi- date for the sheriff's office at time of goinp to press. There will prob- ably be at least three or more others in the race but no others have as yet made their announcement pub- tie through the columns of this pa- per and John H. Dooley is the only candidate for this particular office who makes announcement in this- Is- sue. Mr. Dooley is known by every IMtar in Clarksvi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 1 January 1926

AUSTIN, TEXAi J) Uolvorsity of Te*a With W&xxtt ®0untu Stririem . . ■ ■ ■ ^ VOLUME V—NUMBER 83 CLARKSVILLE. TEXAS FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, 192# THE REVIEW PRINTS ONCE A WEEK BIGGER—BETTER—NEWSPAPER NO ADVERTISEMENTS ON FRONT PAGE — WEEKLY CARTOON SERVICE—MORE NEWS—MANY ADDED DEPARTMENTS TO FURNISH ENTERTAINMENT The Review wishes to greet it's;seiitative of the Review explained host of readers and friends wtih the announcement that beginning with our next Issue, we will prnt one paper a week from thence forward. The paper will be printed Wednes- day night, dated Thursday and will lie mailed Thursday morning. The forma will be closed at six o'clock the idea of making a real newspaper of the Review Mr. Hocker willingly relinquished his position, realizing that it was to the best advantage of, the county's leading newspaper th&t he do so. Next in line of our front page ad- vertisers comes the firm of Hollman on Wednesduy afternoon and nothing 1 Brothers which has appeared in the will ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 1 January 1926

ZPC m m- FACM WW> THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, 192« "" "WS African Coast "Whit* Man's GiW In the entire globe there la no r*- (toD of worse reputation than the west roast of Africa, O. Ward Prince, spe- cial correspondent, writes from Ni- geria. With Devil's Island and Botanv bay it shares proverbial Infamy, and by the majority of Englishmen lias al- ways been regarded as their national Siberia. Kven now, when growing trade re- turns are revealing to British eye* the economic value of this notorious coast, the mental picture of west Africa to which most men still cling Is that of pestilent mangrove swamps and fever-stricken forests. The gruves of young Englishmen scattered everywhere about west Africa remind one that but a few years havr passed since tilth, fever and drink were the living conditions of Europeans out here, and death within two years their almost Inevitable cud. The harm, too, which this malevolent climate does to white men is not neces- sarily Im...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 1 January 1926

FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, 1926 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAGE THREK Professional Directory FARRIER and FARRIER DENTISTS Practice confined to whit* patient* Office, northeast comer square DR. E. M. SMITH First National Bank Building All kinds of Dentistry, especial!} and construction of usable dentures treatment and cure of Pyorrhoe* ~~ DR. HARDWICK DENTIST MOUKKNLY KQU1PPRD PAINMCH8 MKTHODN PHONE 75 DRS. TERRY AND STILES City National Bank Building Telephones 1&3 and 79 J. Hooper Stiles 8urgery, Genlto-Urinary Diseases Laboratory Diagnosis Robert L. Terry Obstetrics, Diseases of Children Intravenous Therapy bert Bennett from Ladonla, and Mr. and Mrs. Porter Falres and children from Ranenna visited J. C. Honea and family last Friday and Satur- day. LONflVIKW NKW8 DR. CLAUDE D. SCAFF Physician and Surgeon Stiles Drug Store CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS DR. Z. B. MOORMAN Dentist Teeth Extracted Without Patn All Wodk Guaranteed Prices Reasonable False Teeth That Fit or No Pay Oflflce—Telephone Buil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 1 January 1926

<* *4 i ■*. J'. i ?S n i RIVER COUNTY RBYIt* -tv THE JtEP RtVER COUNTY REVIEW pinumiM'COMPANT, Inc. Pubtiakm JBnttrti cm Stcond CIom MatUr Hunk, 8. 1879. It. Dudley Look and Prank White Mitors and publishers POLITICAL, ANNOUNCEMENT*. The Review is authorised to an- •ounce the candidacy of the follow- ins persons for the office designated, •abject to the action of the voters In the Democratic Primary Saturday, July 24. 1926. For Sheriff: JOHN H. DOOLEY CHAS. O. GLENN ENOS ELDER For Tax Collector: R. L. MEDPORD For Commissioner (Prec. 5 and 6). LEE BAILEY CLARKSVILLE CITIZENS EXPRESS OPINION ON NEEDS OF THEIR CITY (Continued from pace 1) W. O. Bollman, Automobile, Star sales and service. 1—County hospital and get State to reinforce East and West main high- way. 2—Closing City National Bank. 3—Texas Power and Light Co. 4—Business men to co-operate to- gether and eliminate credit losses. John Ragsdale, Restaurant. 1—Pactory center. 2—Not answered. 3—Plre department. 4—Good roads. M. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 1 January 1926

<* FRIDAY. JANUARY 1, 1926 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW rr + i.paob rrvB Of •• )• !• • r OUR WISH The years past have brought about pleasant rela- tionships between this store and its many patrons from which strong friendships have been woven. It is there- fore our pleasure to extend best wishes for— I v A New Year Brimfull of Happiness The "A Lit tic Bit of Tomorrow in the Styles of Today" IBIBIMIBIllBiHIMIIMMMMIlllMlllMyHIIIMBIIIIIIIilllllllBMBIIIIIBIlllllllllWHIIIIII to Clara Robcrtson-Boshart. I. T. Robison of the Oakland com- munity and Miss Bernlce Boshart of Boxelder were quietly married at the home of the brides father, G. C. Boshart in Boxelder on Christmas eve, December 24. The young couple were well known all over the eastern and south ern part of the county and MiBB Boshart has been teacher in the Hchools at the Boxelder community for some time. The brief ceremony was perform- ed by the Reverend Bell, pastor , of the Boxelder Paptist church in the presence of only a fe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 1 January 1926

PAGE SIX THE REO RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY. JANUARY 1. 192« jfSf. I itnagina the Shock to Bntlrfa Dignity I LtttH Roy, on the occasion of his •Igfeth birthday, received an Invitation fe fell rich aunt'* bouse. As be would iter a few days and had never been his mother carefully primed before hand. Special reference was made to his conduct at meal times, for In his own homo Roy consumed his food In more er lees the same way that the lower •nlmals do. "Now, Roy," said his mother, "be sure you behave nleely, and don't bolt your food. Remember that auutle keeps a butler who will attend to all your wants, but there is no need to he frightened of him." "RIght-hol" suld Koy In the modern child's way, and be departed forthwith. It was at dinner that the tragedy oc- curred. Seeing lite imposing old but- ler hovering near the table, young Roy clicked his fingers nnd.beckoned in a truly Imperial manner. "What do you want, denr?" asked bis aunt, from the top of the table, whilst all eyes were c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 1 January 1926

FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, 192« THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAOK IIYM It II .? 'I Coutiou• in Choiem of Lifm Companion Many were the famous characters produced ou the circuits of early days —men feurless in danger, unwearying In lubor. enduring in privation, power- ful lu exhortatlou. Among the ivioHt Interesting of them wus Lorenzo L ow, a rovlnir preucher whose work was not confined to the mountains or the frontier; for al- though lie labored from the high peaks of North Carolina to the hunks of the Mississippi and from Georgia to Can- ada, he was well known also ulong the Atlantic coast, un<: uvea in Kn^lund and J rein ml. Rest less ami eugpr, he continually triueled; nor would he itiarr.> until he had found a young woman yho would promise that she would spare lilin from home twelve niontl.s out of thirteen. His proposal of muri'luge, a letter that Is thought unique in the de- liberation and caution with which It approaches the subject, ran us fol- lows : "If I am preserved, ubout ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 1 January 1926

I i I '•*■; . t-, fw-j :J,; •: i'l. $K WJJJJW THE RBD RIVER COUNTY REVIEW ,,„ • •- . ' ■'* v« 'vV-*P. :••• • '• Best Wishes . *- for your 1926 i . Your Store of Complete Hardware Service {paring to move from tbla place, to a farm ha baa purchased naar Line Branch. A larga crowd attended the Sale given b/ G L. Humphreys Wedneti- day, Dec. 22nd. Mr. Humphreys and family will move West.. The farm he vacated will be ocoupled. by Walter Welch, and family- Charlie Dawson of McCoy was a business visitor in our midst last week. Mr. O'Donnell of Omeha, Neb., visited R. L. Runnels at this place Wednesday. Fred Henry of McCoy took dinner with his mother at this place Sun day. Jadfe Harrison, and family of Line Branch visited Mrs. Harrison's pa- rents Mr. and Mrs. 'Qeprge Taylor of Ibis place Friday. There is qu|te an epidemic of bad colds in our communty. The "pen pusher" wishes the News stfiff and its many readers, prosper- ity, success, happne&s, in a word all that is good for the coming...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 14 January 1926

rr ,1 TtlM -j i MEET OPPORTUNnY HALF WAY-RIDE BACK IN YOUR OWN CHEVROLET Wixxttr fitnunfy Witmexxt VOLUME V. CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, THliRSDA V MORNING, JANUARY 14, 1020 NUMBER 05 0 District Soil and Seed Improvement Meet Opens Today LARGE DELEGATION FROM 5 COUNTIES W'LL MEET IN HTLEN'S PLAYHOUSE THIS MORNING AT 10 O'CLOCK Similar Meeting* to Be Held Throughout South- WILL MEET IN HELEN'S PLAYHOUSE January; Much Interest Shown. Gathered in regular session in their offices in the Main Hotel build- ing Wednesday, the directors of the Chamber of Commerce completed the plans for the soil and seed meeting; which convened at ten o'clock this morning (Thursday) at Helen's Playhouse composed of delegates from the five counties comprising Bowie. Lamar, Fannin, Deua, and Hed River. Colonel Bowen, of Paris, and H. Parent of New Roads, Louisiana, were at the meeting and made in- teresting talks on the work a^ead of the promoters of the seed and soil improvement project. I)at4< Set for Annual c. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 14 January 1926

MM— .JBtf BBSmBR? .-h — tA routioAL wjwctcbhwb. Th« Reriew to aothorlxed to an- ■omm the cu4Mmt of the follow* Ins persona for the office diilfuudi subject to the action of the roten is the Democratic Primary Saturday, July 24. «. For Dlatrfct Jmdgr R. J. WILLIAMS For Repreeratative: T. A. DeBERRY For County Attorney E. B. CHAMBERS. (Re-Election) For C ounty Judge. M. L. (Mack) WREN For County Superintendent: W. 8. STOREY C. T. TUCKER, JR. (Re-Election) STUDEBAKER BUS BETWEEN PARIS and CLARKSVILLE <1 ' - HHP i < . 'i1*-- r«HHMW * 8 B * ®f. fj 11 7 . Thursday Morning. January 14, list Inspirational nod educational and will have m their practical object the functioning ot the men In their local churches and in the church at large. One entire session at each Convention will be given over to the work of land Raman Mahan were ClarksviUejthe Southern Prsbyterian Church in I visitors Monday afternoon. th* Synod of Texas. Mr. L. A j — Coulter. First Presbyterian Church. , NORTHEAST TE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 14 January 1926

X Thursday Morn*". January 14. 1916 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PA OB THRBB _ , k®p Awhile WMk Psggj Patsy Dear: I simply had to write you for I couldn't wait another minute to tell you that I've found Clarksville to be a keen, lively, and wide awake little town, and that it's ten timet) nicer than we heard it was. Hon- estly, I love it already! -Bv MARY HESTON- meaut you could get two pair for the price you would ordinarily pay for one, I don't think I'm exaggerat- ing one bit when I say that my toes actually ached to try a pair on of all the different styles. You know I don't go long without almost famishing for something real ANNOUNCEMENT I've had lots of thrilling times!good to eat, and now "eating troub- since l've beeu here, but most fun'les" no longer worry my little brain was yesterday on my shopping tour,' because Jim's has everything that and I had to write and toll you about It for I knew that you would be in- erested in hearing about it. To begin with, the weather was id...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 14 January 1926

•*' • 9 • r AOS FOOT THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIb* ..Tftyrid&r Morning. January u, 13., u . ji mm SIWP ■ ? ■mi 4-A. aA^^AAU^.f VO g? I* W ^ 4JL*&jujl*ri■ i.amm*i* uu in irffTHini"*""* i/i If I HSs 1 THE LEAST YOU CAN WIN— © I £ I'AAB OOMMIHIO.N OIMRANTKKII KVKRY ACTIVE C!|, . . MKMBKR WHO IX)K8 NOT WIN AN AWARD! YOU C ANT LOBB! AWARDS FOR District No. 2 All territory witbia Red Rirer County, not Inrlndinjc Clark*- rlllr. Also the following adjoining counties: Lamar, Bowie, Ttaw, Delta and Mci'urUUn County, Oklahoma. 1. $200.00 IN GOLD 2 $150.00DIAMOND RING Purchased From and on Display at FRANK MIESCH, Jeweler 3 $89.10 R. C. A. RADIOLA Fully Equipped With Loud Speaker, Erected Purchased From and on Display at McCLINTON FURNITURE CO. 4 $35.00 MERCHANDISE ORDER 5 20 per cent CASH COMMIS- SION to non-prize winners. First Subscription Coupon Good For 10,000 Extra Credits Accompanied by the nomination blank and your first sub- scription, thin coupon will start you in the nice for t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 14 January 1926

9 • Thursday Mor>„,-, January 14, 1926 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAOB FIVB nglll •■■>■■■■* nrvm ■■■iiaaiiivivi WWTw ■ii .www [urseiof business than most of the ]n. joing through with this proposition 124 CHEVROLET COACH ful- lirJR disc wheels and motor IDRI1D DOLLARS IN GOLD.and fulDIAMOND RINGS, the two 4- )LA5 and all the other awards are jus as announced. The Review Ihai lor never will back down on |ise. that more people, who are just as litiei just as wide-awake, certainly Id rei ilize the opportunity for profit IT? FURTHERMORE, The Review does feel that its read- ers should be willing to do more than collect a few coupons and sit back with hands folded in return for the big awards they will receive. 'F YOU. ARE ALIVE, if you have the least spark of business judgment—want to better yourself financially and add to your present income—get in your name, show a little action and make more money in your spare time than some people make in a year. THIS IS THE LAST CALL—the few...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 14 January 1926

FAGC SIX THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIbiV | i Pv mm ' 1- >" W: ..... Lesson 4Br V. P. B. KITS5WATBR. D.D.. DM1 •( th« Bvanlnc School. Moody Bible ! • •tlluto of ChicMo.l .. , |fi ltM. Wutirn N*wipap*r Union.) Lesson for January 17 JE8US AND NIC0DEMU8 LESSON TEXT—John GOLDEN TEXT—For God ao loved th* world thai He irnv# Hla only be- gotten Son that whosoev-r bellevelh In Slim abould not perish, but have ever- lasting life-—John 3:16. PRIMARY TOPIC—Nlcodemua Vlalta /Mua. JUNIOR TOPICS Ruler Visits Je- IU by Night. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP- JC—What Nlcodemua Learned From Ikm, YOUNG PHOPL.K AND ADULT TOP- IC—The New Birth. I. The History of Nieodemus (vv. % 2; Ct. 7:45-52; 19:38-42). The lesson of today has Its pecuflar glgnlflcance In the Itfcht of Nieodemus' Station In life. He was a learned rabbi, a doctor of the law, and pre- SOmably a man of good character. His flomlnc by night Indicates his timidity. Ltka Joseph of Arimathea he was afraid to openly espouse the cause of Dm new te...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 14 January 1926

\ Thursday Morning, January 14, ltll THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAOB BKVUf Tk® Stjl® §k®p "A Little Bit of Tomorrow in the Styles of Today" Just arrived, new Spring Hats. Close fitting Felts, in all the clever shapes that are wonderfully becoming. Smart Taffeta, Faille and Straw Hats for street or dressy wear. The shades in- clude all the new colors and are beauti- ful. SALE OF CORSETS Wrap-Arounds, Brassiers and Corso- lettes begins Friday. Every garment must go. Formerly priced from $2.50 to $ 15.00 for sale for 69c to $5.00 Come early so you can be fitted as the supply is limited. J rwiiiHii | lira QWfewnflfe §©di®fej "".""'MM1,1 M J 'M } m Quarterly Meeting W. VI. U. The Quarterly meeting of the Red River County Auxiliary W. M. U. was held in the First Baptist Church of Annona, Thursday, January 7 1926. ^P'riie meeting was opened with the *ons, "We Praise Thee Oh God", and the morning: session convened at ten o'clock. Mrs. Jap Barry, of Clarksville led the devotional, and Mrs. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 14 January 1926

/ - r > m-' THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Iff f; t I 1 i . • i i'«'*tiTT J"! •i i •- •. il *i ■< HEi > ! The Advantage Of being able to buy your every need for the Spring Plowing Season at our Store will show up decidedly at the end of the year. Full stocks in every department make possible concentrated purchases for. you. Concentrated purchases, for economy that's worth consider* year In and year out, effect a basis lag. Plow Harness, Clevises, Single- tree*, Plow Shares, Plows, Burster*, Bedders—All of It, will be found at this store of complete Hardware Ser- vice. Dite Tttarahfe&aivlware WL iT-irnr~- MP ADVISE ENTRY NOW IN REVIEW SALESMANSHIP, CLUB (Continued from page 1) | ISO diamond rings and the many other valuable awards. Here is opportunity, surely, for . the man or woman "Who looks at a thing from a business standpoint, aita who arrives at a conclusion as to its 'merits by the way it appeals to, them as a business propositions somebody will earn over flfiO.OO a ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 14 January 1926

Ill lit lie /! lay. lilt- ■a |-1 P out l<i ut all ■A. |ii<>n 64 Thursday Morning. January 14, 19SI RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Review Publishing Company, Inc. Pubkah*ra Entered as Second Class Matter March, 3, 1879. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAOB ONB—SBCTION TWO H. Dudley Look and Prank White Editors and publishers CONGRATULATING THE MID- TERM GRADUATES OF C. H. S. The Baecaulaureate Sormon has been preached, examinations com- pleted, Invitations sent out and ac- knowledgements received and noted, ruilures mourned, and ere this issue of the Review reaches the hands of all it's host of readers the commence- ment exercises will have been held and the first mid-term graduating <'lass to pass out of the dear old alma mater, Clarksville High School, will have passed into history and seven- teen young a dneager cittiens of this sreat commonwealth will have been ushered out upon a cruel impos- ing world. The first few years will necessarily be spent in the initiation into the Uni...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 14 January 1926

fAOm TWO—flBOTION TWO How Doctors Treat Colds and the Flu To br««k up a cold overnight or | eat abort an attack of grippe, in- fluenza, aore throat or tonsillitis, phy- sicians and druggists are now recora-, mending Calotabs, the purified and 1 refined calomel compound tablet that givea you the effects of calomel and aalta combined, without the unpleas-1 ant effects of either. ! One or two Calotabs at bed-time, with • swallow of water,—that's all. No salts, no nausea nor the slightest interference with your eating, work or pleasure. Next morning your cold ' ' * your system is thor- and you are feeling THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TRACING ANCESTRY OF THOROUGHBRED Famoat Racm Hon— Go Back to Thr— Stallion*. has vanished, your system is thor- oughly purified and you are feeling fine with a hearty appetite for break- fast. Eat what you please,—no dan- get. Get a family package, containing full directions, only S6 cents. At any in* store. (ad*i ^ J AM KM K. FKIWjlBON RE- Bl'VH BOMQI'K 1UN...

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