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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 December 1919

t THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1919. fho The Joy of All the People in the UukI Is that a Golden Chain of the World Has Been "Founded." jSj. .-' mm1'' T S' THE JOY OF THE L ffej 'j CISW SEASON I W T. K. TOXAX. This space belongs to THE GOLDEN CHAIN OF THE WORLD. You need not talk, because we will put In It lust what we please. You need not get mad about the steady growth of Uie Chain, and "sas" us, and make eyes at us just look and see who we are then to look what the Chain does: Limit You can not get too old unless you arc more than 90. Motto Cradle to the grave Meet where you please, church, school house, resi dence or in the woods, its nobody's business but yours and ours. A church day. An orphans' day A charity day. Every year. We are chartering 7 to 8 new lodges a week, some weeks more. We are banking $100.00 to $125.00 each day in the week, sometimes more. Our money is banked every day in the name of Su preme Link Golden Chain of the World. We have ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 December 1919

THE PALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1919. W- Li 5J H.UH1HG Frost' A Promt WMt Froat A Froat. Boy- . Froat Frost. Can- lea, Front Froat In- Til M W. Utn OUni D Bulldln tier Build -w (11. dependent I. If i Bulldlng- 1 i iwiiaa l w ATlT A.VOK. ll Month Thro Month tna-lft Cony COLONIZATION. b attention of many of our readers has doubtless been held by some schemes of men among ua and others not of us for our colonization and the maintenance by of a separate Negro state which should be allied with the United States as Canada to Great Brltian. The reasons for its adoption are not numerous. The main one of which is, that by forming such a state, the many trials and indignities and the friction which is caused by our presence here will be removed. THE MIRROR OF PUBLIC OPINION THERE'S A DEEPER CAUSE. The Federal Government allows it to be publicly state that it confesses There is no real reason for believing such a thing for the history of to a deep misgiving because of...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 December 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1919. NEGRO BISHOPS HEEDED FOR NEGRO EPISCOPALIANS. (Continued from page 1). ed people. Such a program of sep aration Is opposed to the best in terest of the South, of our nation, and to what would appear to be God's plan for Africa, ' "It would mutilate the .Methodist Episcopal Church and make it a race church. This is contrary to New Testament principles and an abomi nation in the sight of God. If there was any lesson Christ was determin ed by life and word- to teach, it was that of the democracy of Chris tianity, and that in His 'church race and color do not count. To Jesus the caste spirit of the Pharisee was as a blow in the face. Not until Metho dism forgets the word 'Our Father"; not until it forgets Paul's revealing word that God hath made of one blood all nations of men; not until it forgets John Wesley's "The world is my parish'; not until Methodism loses Its vision of a universal church, shall we consent to a race ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 December 1919

OUR NEW HOME 25,000 MORE PORO AGENTS WANTED Equipped with the Very Latest Apparatus for Teaching the Poro System of Scalp and Hair Culture and all Branches of Beauty Culture Terms Moderate Diplomas Given Write Today for Further Information Poro Corner St. Louis, Mo. OTJ 00J) Can Become Tbe Most Influen- v(Cj Vyv tial Citizen In Your Community, Vhh And At The Same Time VVi II PICK UP SOME II if EASY MONEY 1 I A K A 000 invest your surplus time in a profit paying line and watch tbe returns as reflect ed by your bank book enter the field of journalism, the best paying proposition for Negroes in America to-day become a representative of Dallas Express "The Most Distinctive Weekly in America." WE SELL PAPERS TO dealers cheaper than any Negro publication in America-Only 2 1 ? cents per copy, in advance. You sell same for 5 cents per copy, making I AMERICAN LKGION KSTAHLISH- Kl) AMONG COLORED VKI'KU ANS. Texarkana, Ark., Dec. 11. On Mon day night, Nov. 24, 1919, at Hsrdins Hall, the Colore...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 December 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1919. PAGE i Y, W. G. A. REPORTS ON WOMEN IN INDUSTRIES A survey showing what the war has done for women In industry, probably the most comprehensive study of conditions affecting women in industry yet made, is to be one of the final contributions of the War Work Council of the Youiir Women's; Christian Association to women in dustrial workers. This survey embraces reports from nearly 15,000 firms employing ap proximately two and one half mil lion people, one fifth of them wom en, and all of whom were engaged in what were termed as Industries essential to war varying from soda fountain apparatus and chicken feed to the making of guns and munitions. There result of the survey arc five-fold. Firstly, it aims to deter mine how far women served in the so-called war industries; Secondly, it will show the relative efficiency of women in new occupations Buch as those into which thev were called for the first time as a war emer gency...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 December 1919

V THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1919. -Z000 jgkjammammammmmmmm tebrkll. campus life of cemtbal tex. HM1"" 1 I rXHHllHi a a iiLi i -'! i i u1UIL'l: i . MK Ik H w uh r' i h liiiiit-i.t- ti n i .ii inn. i 'L 1 s ai rnav ir a nirnm mm sb h mm bbi db m v . 0 Lfl - v ' n fllllllllU fho wealthiest iliUl moMl liumeiunu A tvm v r ill 4mmmmmmmmi n i r i r w i yv -m r v r i a jujKtv TAYLOR. Taiylor, Texas, Dec. 11. Good ser vice Sunday at the various churches aid good collections. Rev. G. W. Anderson preached his farcwoll ser mon Sunday night to a splended audience. He was presented with a handsome new suit of clothes and several additional useful articles of clothing as a token of their highest esteem for one so loyal and con genial as Rev. Anderson. The citi zens are hoping and trusting for his return to Allen Chapel a. m. church. Rev. P. H. Jackson preach ed at Allen Chapl Sunday afternoon. Mesdames Leona Webb, Mary Hill, Messrs Wm. and Henry Hutchlns were called...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 December 1919

SATURDAY, DECEMBER , 11. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS! TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1919. Ballas liGa j Hon. James B. Grigsby, General Manager of the American Mutual Benefit Association and Manager of the Simmon's tour through Texas, accompanied the distinguished speak er to Dallas last Friday morning. Miss Roberto Williams of Fort Worth has accepted a position as waitress at the Royal Cafe, 24X5 Elm, where she will be glad to Hear Madam Martin in her Dutch Miss Lee Edwin Jordan was in Dal las, Monday to visit her father, Lee Jordan and her uncle, Clem Jordan. She left Monday night for Terrell, Texas, accompanied by Mr. N. E. Sevier. DUTCH RECITAL. meet her old and new friends. Prof. N. Dudley of Houston, Gen eral Treasurer of the American Mu tual Benefit Association was in the city last week, and was at the Sim mon's lecture. Hon. Wm. McDonald and Mr. Na than Johnson of Fort Worth, were among the notables present during the Simmon's lecture here last Fri day night Mr. Harrison Gilli...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 December 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, VOH ONE t; L. Stlackghear and your The MM of Jefferson 1U Is Shown lilo Employee. By N. W. Harllee. me Texas educators, who they ari, and where they are. These vet erans have rounded out a century the educational work in the great ite of Texas. One hundred year of active service working for thci elevation of the youth, and the foun dation for the next generation. Some one has said, I care not who maken the laws, but permit me to teach the youth, and I shall shape the destiny of the natloB." Shall we measure the service by the number of years, or by the number of heart pulsa tion and by the tragedy of thought'. No leaders of any people have done more for the elevation and promotion of the real progress of the people than the teachers of the youth of the state, and none have been s. poorly paid, nor have there been whose unstinted and unrelenting toll, have been less appreciated. The teacher, although a moulder of char acter, is not rated In the same class ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 December 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1919. E ''MHiiTiniiiiitmiiiiiiiiiiUiiim v. A V ,V iM, k A 7 3 , x- iff lood I f I IIS; n 111 :f Eruptive immatism, Hons frm a condition caused by bad h poisons and accumulations yjiminated from your blood, lcftake the Plough's Prescrip ts liquid preparation con crne, Strychnia, Chloral or ad, it is composed of certain tlttf which are well known to ii g very effective in the treat BI od Troubles. The very best tet care are exercised in the si lid treatment, so that you li wthe directions given as to al y benefited if not perma- )fChronic Rheumatism, Ca Sciatica and any condition niortant that the liver be ac- rfer, relieve constipation and th condition, Plough's C-2223 ecommended. They do not nauseate and can be used by those who cannot stand a dose of calomel or other drastic purgatives. Plough's Prescription C-2223 can be supplied you ready prepared by druggists at $1.50 a bottle; the Pills at 25c, or if you are unable to ge...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 December 1919

Wort Wotli. Julia. Camion, from Aufctin the tuneVa jonn ; Mrs. 1H J .THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1919. Texas, Deri. 11. Mrs. Mrs. Lizzie Davis and Bonner have returned where they attended 1 of their brother, Mr. rd. K. Bassett left Saturday night tor Gainesville to attend her uncle. Mr. Robt Craid who is ill. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Donlfer are visiting their aunt, Mrs. Eprlght of Taylor street. BK NOT DKCKIVKD Bl V THF TIUTH AMI SKMi IT HOT. 1 To the public, and especially the Baptist family of Dallas, and all Texas. In all fairness to the uni formed questionable ones of the Bap tist brotherhood, including local churches and members, as well as pastors, the Baptist Pastors and Min isters Association of Dallas, and vi cinity, was organized in the early part of 1919, for the mutual, social, spirit ual and financial benefit of all the Baptist ministers, and good of all Baptist churches in a finan cial way, that our fellowship and Mr. Martin of Gainesville atte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 20 December 1919

MOST DISTUTCTIYE WEEKLY ET AMERICA." T Founded bwTa!. "' " - The Mepublican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas.' , s U"-' ' 1 TOL. 27 NO 11 , , THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1019. . PRICK MTK ',EXT& v . fJf fcs ,. J fetiiS fcl32 feoj E. L B LAG KS H EAR, NOTED M,M W 'tMB A WW P .r I nna nr n nflnr n ii t 1 ,.T i : 1 v IVI AH U r N o HHUt U e WHITE II SENT INK VICTIM GOOD tlHIP AT H S HOME; PRAIRIE VIEW tohegrdrepublic may have beeh the aim of gifts Was Principal of State School and Head of Extension Work Among Negroes for Many Years. 1 - Hempstead, Texas, Dee. 18. E. L. Blackshear, for nineteen years Prin cipal of Prairie View Normal, 1898 to 1915, died at Prairie View this afternoon. He was at the time of his death of the extension work In Kansas," Louisiana and Oklahoma. He was appointetd the princlpalship of Prairie View by Senator Charles A. Culberson when he was Governor. During; his principalshlp the school increased its attendance f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 20 December 1919

) J . .1 ,rTlo -f . ' T1IE DALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1919. ' pfffFREB! ! FREEH FJHillAi Aunit. until I nuiunu .haul BY REPUBLICANS ' ' t s W ; Preparations I . sx?jgs,ijss- nsssSfeav,, ryJraj- r,ayi5fe frtu (Associated Negro Press.) Chicago. 111., Dec. 20.One of the most widely known citizens of Chica go died Monday at Kort Dearborn Hospital, where he had , been con fined only a few days with an at tack of Influenza, lie was born In 1906 at Lincoln, Ga and worked Lis way through school. He studied law In the office of the United States District Attorney at New Orleans and was admitted to the bar In that city. He came to Chicago In 1896. At the time of his death be was the, owner of the Jdlewlld Hotel of this city. Mr. Moselcy was a friend of a number of distinguished citizens, among them was the lute Theodore Roosevelt and the present United State Senator MediU McCormick. Senator McCormick, who happened to be in Chicago during Mr. Moseley's illneHB was in...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 20 December 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1919. I'MK ijiOMlKN CHAi IN k '','x T. E. TOLA5. TITE JOT OF THE I 1 Abroad In the Laud The Joy of All the People In the Land Is that a Golden Chain of the World ' Has Been "Founded" in the Land. 1 , This space belongs to THE GOLDEN CHAIN OF THE WORLD. You need not talk, because we will put in it Just what we please. You need not get mad about the steady growth of the Chain, and "sas" us, and make eyes at us just look and see who we are then to look what the Chain does: Limit You can not get too old unlesB you are more than 90. Motto ' Cradle to the grave Meet where you please, church, school house, resi dence or in the woods, its( nobody's business but yours and ours. A church day. An orphans' day A charity day. Every year. We are chartering 7 to 8 new lodges a week, some weeks more. We are banking $100.00 to $125.00 each day in the week, sometimes more. Our money is banked every day in the name of Su preme Link Golden Chain...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 20 December 1919

PRESS 6QRO T,0,2thCIATlON r- auk 1. .,, Text. . . duiMi t ro Froat c s it ouice, Frot 4k Frort. Bey Atinntn, OHkce, Frott ft Froat. Can- tirr Hullolnsc. W.nhTllJe nn--. Front AtsEwndent Life Ilillldlng. Froat In- "srilHIUlTIOHS lit ADVAMOK. Yr, , 1" i Month. ThrMiMonthl. innria Copy .01 WOTICW TO TUB PWBI.KJ. Any arroneoija refloctlon "" hractr. tndln or "puttUm or any pnr.on. firm or corporation i wM mr apnrar In th column, of The rallaa Expre.a will be eor-r-t4 upon 1U twin brought to tba attention of tba publlabeta. . Kntewxl at Pot Offlca at D'1"; Tftxaa. aa acond--la Act of Conureta. March. XT- IMPOHTANT. 1o aubacrlptlona mailed tor laaa Miiod tban Payment for aama aiuat ba 60 eenia. j. R. jonnAK. hmw. THE DALLAS EXPRESS baa never hoisted the white feather, neither has It been disgraced by the yellow streak. It is not affiliated with the flannel mouth. It Is a plain, every day, sen sible, conaerratlve newspaper, which trims no sail to catch the passing breeze; flies no -"'"doub...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 20 December 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1919. fAGB FTTK URGES BACE MEN TO KEEP LX SIRANCE. (Continued from Page 4.) pecially those of the race. They are offering the best policies they can,' under the law, at as reasonable rates - as possible. Here are some facts concerning Government Insurance which every former service man should know and consider: By virtue of a recent ruling made by Secretary Glass of the U. S. Treasury, lapsed policies may be re instated without paying back pre miums covering the period of lap- satlon. It is only necessary to pay the premiums for the first month in which the policy lapsed and for the month in which application is made ' for re-instatcment.- If the policy holder is unable to keep the full amount of the War Risk Insurance he carried while in the service, he may re-instate any part of it from 1,000 up to $10,000 in multiples of $500. Reductions may be made in multiples of $500 to any amount, but not Ipsa than 11.0(10. The ordinar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 20 December 1919

1 IN if: 'ill ' T THE DALLA3 EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1919. " r L- ' TOPCOAT FOR COUNTRY WEAR THAT NEW SUIT FOR WINTER """"""" MMMMH" j .J - y tuR new H.ME ; ; ;- 1 iNo More Short, Harsh i , ' ' I Vj'T55 f There are possible advantage In , ' '"""' V f r5 going to a tailor and having your suit , ' j? ' O M made to order and Just as many poa- J v l ' jr Ik ' N f ' Bll)le aavantaKe 1Q buying It ready ; i " N i . ' ' . ' -c" J ""Jo. With the ready-made suit 1 1 7 1PKecM V AP XV f 7 there is always this: ; 1 ' ' V Ct pVvJiJi7 y A. . j X t f Ton tan see the finished garment. I J f f h i 'Vt J There la never the pogslbllty tliat you J c V. J 4 fV v l" t ? 'Ni.V 'J won,t ,ike 14 after 11 18 finished, for J J 7 N. ' " ' f; U j 1 It Is finished to begin with. Moreover, J M I.. ' V - V ft 'iK'lht precious, the ready-made suit has ad- f f JSSSS) --V fcS H .$fj'ltU 7 'i --ST vantages In that way. Even if It needs VZZSSrf iteftS X V MfeMJ !2. Ik V V1' !Vr - rather elaborate ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 20 December 1919

NEGROES URGED TO INVEST III HOMES New York, Dec. 20. Through the reconstruction period following the close of the Civil War and for many years thereafter, the Colored people of the south were the victims of all sorts of fake schemes by unscrupu lous persons who practically robbed them out of their hard earnings. Among the first of this group of fakes were the root-doctor and the fortune teller. Then there followed in close succession the cheap Jewel ry and the patent medicine man. Be ing almost void of education and practical business experience the Col ored people were easily fooled Into buying the .wares of the faker until the practice soon became a deep seated habit , With the coming of the free schools and the missionary educators the people began to become more enligh tened and as they gained both know ledge and experience they used these qualifications for self protection, thus lessening the traffic of the raicer. But like Banquo's ghost, the fakers' would not down. His exploi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 20 December 1919

i . ) ' t-Z-- I-sSS--' 1 HE18E i TG-itscl, Texas, Dec 18. Service was IdaU at . all the churches Sunday on Account of cold weather, fie members ot New Zlon, enjoy- tif a lively Sunday school as usual. Rev. S. D. Degrate, one of our ' young ministers departed this life Tuesday and was burled In the new . cemetery near Perry, Wednesday. The progressive farmers of this district have been very busy for the last few days killing hogs and lay ing Tip for a rainy day. Mr. Smith Williams of Marlin, was here Sunday visiting relatives and friends. Mr. A. J. Merritt and Mr. ' C. B. Dorsey spent two days iu Waco on business. There will be a big Christmas tree given, at the New Zkra Baptist church Wednesday night. Pec. 24. and a big Masonic least at the ball on the 27 beginning at 2 p. in. ' 8MITHYILLE. Sinithvillo, Texas, Dec. 18. Mrs. Eva Mosley of .Houston attended Waddulls, last week. Mrs. Willie Glllion, returned to her home In HouBton, after a few day' visit to her relatives and friends. M...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 20 December 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1!19. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1910. PAGE KIK. Dallas LiGeal Mr. E. Adklnson has returned to Dallas to bis old home. Visiting rel atives and friends and also attending to some business transact! ins. He ' has Invested in Hominy, Okla., by buying several lots. Rev. A. L. W. Wtlhite of Terrell, is in the city visiting his son, J. H. Wilhlte, formerly lived in Dallas, and has a warm circle of friends. Mrs. H. C. Hynson of 3701 Watts street,, will spend the holidays at Texarkana. She will leave on morn ing of the 25th after Santa Clausing the kiddies. Mrs. Mamie Anderson has been very sick at her home, 3504 New St Born to Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hodge 3500 Campbell, Tuesday, December 9, a boy. The infant died Saturday, December 12. Do your Christmas shopping now and remember the Dallas Express ad vertisers when buying. Mrs. Adlissa Wyatt, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. E. N. Wyatt of 2405 Caddo street, who is attending Wiley University was in...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 20 December 1919

W ' I" tpi'jiiie; Gifls St THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1919. fl THE TEXAS DRY GOODS CO. SEE Oltt WINDOWS THE TEXAS DRY GOODS CO. e re I S to p p e ip e F o p G h p i s t iji a s S h o p p e p s After many months of planning and arranging to have this the most complete GIFT STORE in the city, we are now in splendid readiness s to serve those who would take advantage of complete stocks and Shop Early. A visit to the store will show many surprising changes in the way of Gift Merchandise. i FROM THE GIFTS FROM THE 1st FLOOR GIFTS 2ND FLOOR Children's Fur Seta The finest grade Belgian Hare Pclla are used In the making off these pretty nets. The colors are black, white, tan and brown. Th prices range from $3.00 to $9.50. Bath Rbes-.HeautlfuI colors handsomely made and finished. Priced at $UK U '(HM. t . .. Children Bath Robes Made of the same materials as the women's robes. Pofltets, and cord belts. $2.00 to $1.00. Gift Blouses Fashioned of the sheerest and da...

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