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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 25 March 1926

l< 2g 1 lory R [lenta Ire ig I (ally I urea, rhoea ' r"t' • • is l>8 9 I'm Thursday Morning. March IS, 1926 Porto Bello Gold By Arthur D. Howden Smith Copyright by Arthur D. Howden Smith WNU Service (Continued Krom Page Ton) "By' the way, Muster Silver," 1 culled, "It occurs to me that perhaps Darby may be unuble to serve you In ull thnt you wish. Do you seek any- one In especial ?" He heslated for Just the fraction of a minute. "Why, not especially In pnrtlcklar, sir," he answered at last. "I am for the Whale's Head tavern, If ye hap- pen to know o' such a pluce." I nodded. " 'TIs In the East ward close by. Darby can show you." He shouted renewed thanks and atumped off agilely on his crutch, Darby strutting beside him with a comical pride. Aboard the Anne I found all In con- fusion. Captain Farraday had not re turned since he landed the preceding afternoon and undoubtedly was sleep- ing off an accumulation of divers liquors In the George tavern. The mate had gone ashore that ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 25 March 1926

PAOB FOURTKBN THE RED RIVBR COUNTY REVIEW Thursday Morning, March 21, ls 2« Putting lTp Prescriptions —is a very important business. Measur- ing the Drugs for a Prescription is im- portant as attention to their quality. We make it a rule to check each measurement of Drugs in even the simplest of Prescrip- tions. Therefore, you need have no hes- itancy in coming here to have your Pre- scription filled. Stiles Drug Co. "Only the Best" jh A SURE, QUICK WAY TO RELIEVE RHEUMATISM Heals Sorvs, Cuts, Burn*, Called Mexican Mustang Liniment No matter how long you have suf- fered, or how severe the pain, you can get rtd of the agony without dosing, and without taking powerf il drugB into your system. The secret is now available to all in the famous Mexican Mustang Lin- iment. Its great penetrating powor Is nothing short of marvelous and wherever used, nothing has been found to take its place. It should lie applied to the surface of the ski'i opposite the seat of pain and genily rubbed. There ...

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

1 • f Stefc WLixstv University ox Texas kf T n«t,w> unA r«nfc g&UfelU Red River County's Leading NEWSpaper VOLUME V CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, THURSDAY MoliMMi, APRIL 1, ItfSe NUMBER TO Civic Committee Named Wednesday BODY APPOINTED TO AID IN MOSQUITO CAMPAIGN.—TO 111: PERMANK.NT COMMITTEE. Directors of the Clarksville Chan.- her of Commerce, guuiered In rec ular weekly session at their office" yesterday, appointed a committee to • id' in the work of exterminating mosii uitoes and to remain as a per- manent body to nee after the elea linens of the city. The committee was vested with authority to dra't men from the ranks of the orsvi'z ation to aid them in their under'a1* lugs. The body as named by R. L. Mc- Millan, president of the Chamber, it composed of two of the directors 01 the organization: J. L. Reed, eh.ilr- man, and David Lennox. Th > otlie ' members are; Purvey Goodman, H. L. Taylor and Roy Dinwiddle, rinse named are to meet with the Ularks- ville C. of C. at their moet...

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

ttfpTWO THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TharrtUr Moraiac. April l COLONIAL THEATRE THE FAMILY SHOW ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW Friday and Saturday "The Vanishing American" The story of the red man In his last (twid agaliut civilization, treated in the same nuinncr wt the rron«liij{ of thq western plains was handled by James Craze in "The Covered Wn gon." The final epic of the Indian, "THE VANISHING AMKHIOAN" is said to be a greater production than "The covered Wagon." America is rich, AflMsrtca Is powerful, but the ml American is fast being driven from this earth. In an amazing novel Zane Gray has told the startling story. And now It comes to thrill you upon the screen as a paramount picture dedicated to the American Indian. Produced with an all star cast of players— RICHARD OIX, LOIS WILSON, MALCOLM McCREGOR NOAH BEERY COLONIAL THEATRE THE FAMILY SHOW ALWAYS A GOOD SH^>? MISSION THEATRE Vaudeville Pictures Big Contest Saturday Night WHAT KIND? FRENCH HARP HARMONICA Five Dollars, First Prize ...

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

Tkiradar Morning, April t Itch |r or A WALK UP PIKB*H PEAK BY MOONL1UHT Am KxpfrlMKf 1**1111 of H«n—flaiii ' Romanic and Beauty Rev. h. P. Parker WriteH very lnter- edtinKly of His Climb, with Two Companion, up the Peak Thrrfc are loftier mountains than Plke'H Peak, but-tUo "Sentinel of the Uoekii's" has a charm peculiarly iis own. To climb its ruined lie'Klit In1 and by the time the iirnt two mile.- well worth the tune and the effort [are pant one Ik triad to sit down for THE kfcD RIVER COUNTY REVIEW left Manltou, Colorado, at the foot of Front Range to walk to the top •>' the Peak. We chose the cog wheel road for. our route becauee It wax shorter and better walking, not- withstanding the steeper grades. preferred the night for our w;.lk be- cause we wished to see a Pike's Pe«l sunrsie the next morning. The road begins wltn a ten or fifteen per cent grade and grow:-; gradually steeper. The coutiuiial rise becomes increasingly Irksonv If you have a t;oo;i found briwltet «lo it. h...

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

c*AB« foot THE REP RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Thursday Moraine. April 1 Time to I-N-S-U-R-E Now is a good time to let us figure on your Life Insurance. THE SOUTHERN UNION Fort Worth, Texas Lin Sivley District Mgr. 3l~ LOCALS $ Miss Nina Williams visited friend) In'Texarkana during the week-end. Billy Eugene Latimer, son of Mr. •«A Mrs. Raymond Latimer, under- ONLY TWO MORE DAYS UNTIL EASTER If you have not purchased your %at yet it will pay you to call by and a^le these chic little models 1 have to show you. Not only will It pay yon in price but in satisfaction. The satisfaction of knowing you have a real HAT. The larger ones for dress occasion and tbe small ones for coantry club and street wear. In straws, leghorns and silk m > went an operation at the City Hos- pital last Thursday morning for the removal of adenoids and tonsils. O. B. Brown of Blytheville, Ark., visited family and friends this we> k in Clarksville. Longe Edwards is spending tbe week with friends and homefolks. Mrs....

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

"**fl Tfcandtjr Morning, April 1 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW paob mm *• Tk@ Stjl® Slk®jp "A Little Bit of Tomorrow la tba Styles of Today" 1\ First Hole-in-One Shot on Local Course TKKL ROWERS SHOOTS SEVENTH IN ONK FOR FIRST MADE ON CLARKHV1LLE LINKS • • Easter brings the desire for new attire. We have prepared for your inspection an exquisite display of Beautiful Hats of straw, bangkok, Ballibunlle, crochets and the new ribbon hats. You have hundreds from which to choose and the prices remarkably low. Have you your accessories for Easter? Have you your accessories for et.. ,.zfixzfiflxz hose and dainty handkerchiefs or scarf. A few more of those lovely printed georg- ette and crepe dresses. $10.75 to $15.00. These won't last long, so come in early and make your selection. • t • Mrs. J. E. Spenccr Entertains Mrs. J. E. Spencer honored her guest, Mrs. C. O. Selders of St. Louie, with a bridge party Thursday afternoon. Spring flowers were used as decorations. Mesdames P. J. Graves, C....

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

Oft* Not introducing Swift's Premium Hams and Bacon but reminding you That there are none better. Swift's Products need no intr :luc x i, so let this be a reminder that when in search ef something to add to the snap and pep or ti>ese early spring mornings, nothing is better than Swift's Premium Hams and Bacon At SMITH GROCERY CO. "High in Everything but Price" Phones 36—37 or 421 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW BAGWELLS NBWS A WALK UP PHtS* PEEK BY MOONOOHT (Continued Prom Page Three) WHITE ROCK NEWS By Ramah Hooser We are having; plenty of rain and cold weather in our city. William Halo, who is attending school in Tyler, spent the week-end with home folks. Mrs. Abbie Terry was the guest of MrB. Connie Vail Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Story spent Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bookout. Mrs. Moll'e Terry of Annon , spent a few days the past week with Abbie Terry and family. Tom Maye and family of Okla- homa, spent the week-end with nia mother, Mrs. Maye and relatives. ...

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

Thursday Morning, April 1 THE RBD RIVER OQUNTY REVIEW pasi ina • • Christy Bros. Here Friday, April 9 MANY INTERNHTINti ANIMALS IN MENAGERIE OK BIG HHutV TO BE HERE NKXT WKKK Tho menagerie of Christy Bros, big five ring trained wild animal show that is presented this year is one of interest and study for the lovers of both wild and domestic animals. It 1h the greatest zoolog- ical collection ever brought together. It is an important department with Christy Bros, and it offers not only features of interest and wonder, but recommends itself pre-eminently as a superior source of study and information. In point or size &j Weil as in rare and exclusive features it is beyond comparison with any other wild animal collection in tae United States. It possesses so many rare specimens of animal life not to be seen in any other collection, that it is the most distinctive and valu- able menagerie in the world au^ will be seen in its entirety w!- en Christy Bros, exhibit In Clarksville on Fri...

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

THE RED RIVER OOUNTY REVIEW Tfconday Moratac. April 1 r OPEN SEASON TO?. THE GREAT GAI IE Every item of equipment for n:na tear and professional will bo found at this store of complete K;*jrting Goods Service. Particular attention Is directed to a new line of Louisville Hlugger Bats made op of all popular autographed models. In all lengths and weights. • Every n«*d for the player is here. Come in! Otfr 'ftlarabfe&ardware i - ciA**s**ur rtims //«/■ W/TH THf HfW -Jt/Sr PHOVi #<> / Avery Wins County Meet Here Saturday clakkmvillb khowh consid- erable prowhhh in All KVKNTH ENTERED Classified Ads TOMATO PLANTS—Extra nice, the very beat varieties. Three dozen for 25c; per hundred, 58c. Ca-.<age plants per hundred, 25c. Everything for your porch boxeB and flower beds. Miss Sallie Shackelford's TC Green House FOR SALE—Tomato Plants, per dozen, 10c; 3 dozen for 25c; 60c per hundred. Call McCulloch Green- houses. FOR SALE—Cabbage Plants, all varieties, 25c per hundred. Call Mc- C...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 1 April 1926

Thursday Morning, April 1 THB ftED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAOI mm i1 ! it's the Water OVER the Wheel That Hakes Power" S^VVN-vv-^v^Nt* ^ ••'SESSfcf'* ^Av Ti I II m" " Y "4 .* * « 5 ■ > Xvv - w : \ . 1 iliPiuftf 9j/*/ffi • " " >VV \ *i-"V"' « • V Y\ S'.UUfilvS^i'V * .ww .< \\ iv ^WmM/MMa i L^<- • '<nmk - i ww-, v&fL!\ - '•■ V''■ ^ ////A'. ;,'•' i' v''/fv ■ «v A V?> **; ...\'v*V:' ,«.• * • ,-w. ijv'v- &J-S:} MiWT* £'. i&TO rfT v. /y i-^Ofc-'^ 1 . M V- if. If only for selfish reasons V you should spend your money at home. The dollar you spend at home—is a dollar that adds power and production in your home city—the dollar that grinds the grist of better advantages for you. Self interest will show you why you receive most for your home dollar. 1st in merchandise 2nd in direct beiH ils 3rd in supporting ;ho com- munity that supports'you. So vou have practical as j i well as loyal reasons to ¥ spend your money at home. J. W. Allen & Bro. J. N. Athas Company J...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 1 April 1926

Thursday Morning, April 9AMTM Life and Growth for Baby Chicks PU m BUTTERMM.K start'*® CHIC** Rules Announced Cotton Contest TOTAL OP $10,000 TO BE AWARD- ED IN BTATfrWIDK AND REGIONAL CONTENT THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW i...l.H~Dtf«ft>l" " 11 " ""'Wl * • • Ask for PURINA POULTRY CHOWS—at our store McCULLOCH GROCERY CO. Clarksville, Texas ywyvwwv Phones: 57, 58, 59 '.W.V.V.V.Vi STOP USING IJMMKN'IS THAT ONLY Bl'RN AND IKn.iATi; Mexican MuHt.-'iigc Liniment Pone- tratfs to tlin Bone but Never Smarts or Blisters When a liniment burns and smarts and almost blisters the skin it usually means that It contains some will never he without it. You w.il strong irritating substance. It isn't marvel at its strange power to re- ®55KH^5~!HSH- s*h lieve pain without burning and necessary for the rif?ht kind of lini- ment to ho so strong and drastic. A liniment is supposed to penetrate direct to the sore spot—to blister the skin surface does not help that deep-seated rheumatic ache or lame back....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 1 April 1926

Thursday Mor&lac. April 1 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW *AOa BLSYBf r5 • • CONTINUOUSLY PERFECT SERVICE Willard Batteries, both phrases which are synonymous. That there is no delay and no break in the perfect service of your storage battery is proven every day in the year by satisfied owners of cars equipped with Willard Batteries. And we say "satisfied" because the own- ership of Willard means satisfaction. See for Yourself. CHAS. L. GOODMAN Seiberling Tires Superior Service Willard Batteries -J) To Enforce Salary Rule EAST TEXAS LEAGUE IS NOW HEADY FOR OPENING ON APRIL ttl FOR INSOMNIA SLEEPLESSNESS can he cured by painting largo imaginary figure 3s on a large imagined black wi 0 l • the star HAS MORE POWER OPERATES FOR LESS Get it Today A Year to Pay Bollman Motor Co. • • Phone 106 ■ Terms Trade with imaginary brush and can of white paint, says Dr. Farrow in the Journal of Neurology and Psycholo- gy. It is imposihlo to remain awake, says this authority, after three fiu- ures ha...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 1 April 1926

MS TWSLVB THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Thursday Moraine, Aprii I '7" l For the Sick —and to prevent you from getting sick you will find many essen1-'**1?, :n *he way of pure drugs, toilet article3, necessities, conveniences and comforts fo.' the sick room at OUR MODERN DRUG STORE You can be sure when you make pur- chases here that you are getting the very best of everything. You can absolutely de- pend on the purity of our drugs and the good quality of the articles you get here. That means a good deal in time of sick- ness. Stiles Drug Co. "Only the Best" ALL WOKN OUT? So Was Mrs. Taylor Who Tolls Her Experience Are you tired all the time; worn out night and day? Does your back ache as if It would break? Do you suffer dizziness, headaches, rheu- matic twinges or distressing uriuary disorders? You have good cause, then, to be alarmed about your kid- neys. Do as many of your town* folk recommend. Use Doan's Pills NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC The New Red River Shoe Repair Shop is Now Open at 19...

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

With Hkixxtt fflminty Wizxntw VOLUME V Red River County's Leading NEWSpaper <'LARKS VILLE, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL H, I ii« NUMBER 77 First Game of S. S. League Lending Library to Receive New Books IU>V Kit WIN ELECTED PRESI- LA HOE SHIPMENT EXPECTED DENT BY REPRESENTATIVES or THREE SUNDAY SCHOOLS fathered in the first business tnecting for the year 1 !>26, represen- tatives from threo of the four Sun- day Schools of Clarksville which yearly take part in the Sunday School Baseball League here, elected Roy Erwin as president of the league and set Monday night as the date for the first meeting of the full committees trora all Sunday Schools wishing to be members of the league. Guy Shackleford represented the Metho- dist, Lee Soward, the Christian and Rill Marcum the Presbyterian Sun- day Schools at the meeting this week No representative from the Baptist Sunday school was present but since the necessary three were there, the election proceeded. The purpose of the meeti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 8 April 1926

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Thursday Moraine. April « RIVER COUNTY "The Home Paper." Published every Thursday by The Review Publishing Company. Incor- porated, at 4(9 North Walnut Street. GlarksvlUe, Texas. PHONE 62. Entered as second class mall mat- ter at the Post Office at Clarksville, Texas, under the act of March 3. 1879. Dudley Look, Editor and Manager. Subscription Rates: In Red River County: One Year $1.00 Six Months _ -6o Red Illver Outside County. One Year fl.Cu Six Months .HB No subscription accepted for less than six months. Current Advertisement Rate Card furnished on application. PROVING UP "In you reply to a Tyler gentle- man you used the expression, 'gram- matical error,' " writes a Clarksville customer. "Now, S. P., will you please define? We all know there are errors in grammar, but I was taught that there were no 'gram- matical errors,'" concluded this morning's critic. Alas that State Press should be assailed in tho house of his friends! It Is true that. he made ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 8 April 1926

Thursday Morning, April 6 THE RED RIVER CXHJNTY REVIEW PAOB THRU COMING BACK TO CLARKSVILLE KELL'S COMEDIANS FINEST TENT THEATRE IN AMERICA PLAYS - VAUDEVILLE - BAND - TEN PIECE ORCHESTRA Monday Night, April 12th, "Detouring Wives" Ladies Free If Accompanied By Paid Ticket Prices, Each Night, Adults 35c; Children 10c; Reserved Chairs, 15c ON AGE CAMOUFLAGE' BY KIN HI ItltAltl) THIS FLORID Y WAT tk WILL , >£>CFT Lt rs bathe EVER' SATURDAY THE DIAMOND STUD AGE" r-~V YOU NO EVER' y--^ ^OQNER f ^ f GET EM ~ OFF 'FORE THEY'RE OUT fa, l A.N s pacts ATOOPEED FELLER KIN NEVER LOOK LlKC Ml NO POLKA DOT u ft Y sand /\:! r .■> A RE<CNClLEt FELLER 0 $ l*TV SiTTiN A <OUNV> r' IN' A ^EAKC. ^ >i CHV T- Ui . •. w IN ' 1E.T'S l-EAVE THE pinchbeck CIOTHE S AN / r • • .iK AU One o' th' first things a feller no-, people o' fifty! Who's he tryin' t' | been born agin. You kin be youti tices after he reaches fifty is how'fool? What's he tryin' t' put over? ful in spirit without shavin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 8 April 1926

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Thereda r Morn la*. , II i ! !| 1 Ill Good Used Cars 1925 Ford Touring. A Good One $265.00 1925 Ford Coupe Looks and runs like* new $395.00 Ford Touring—With Starter $150.00 1926 Dodge Brothers Special Touring $695.00 BuickSix—Touring Runs good and has good tires $195.00 TERMS SCARBOROUGH & CALDWELL DODGE BROTHERS MOTOR CARS CLARKSVILLE Across the street from Caton-Goodman Dodge Brothers Dealers Sell Good Used Cars SKEETKR HIMSELF Returning to Clarksville with Kelt's Comedians KBLI/8 TENT SHOW TO BE IN CLARKSVILLE NEXT WEEK It A series of new comedy-dramas never before seen in Clarksville. twenty-some-odd vaudeville acts, an eleven-piece orchestra, a good band and a most elaborate tent theatre are some of the features of Kelt's COLONIAL THEATRE THE FAMILY SHOW ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW Dick Moore was leader of the Christian Endeavor Society last Sun- day evening. The topic of the les- son was "Thoughts Suggested bv Easter." Short talks were given bythe fol l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 8 April 1926

0 TharwUf Mtniac, April I THB RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW paoi mi • • • • t> • "A Little Bit of Tomorrow in the Styles of Today" Just Received The tfnost exquisite new hats—wide brim- med and becoming—youthful and chic. Sport Hats—all the latest fabrics—both large Bnd small, each with that DIFFERENT look—so much wanted. Prices—$2.95 to $7.50. There's youthfulness and originality about these frocks that make them appeal to every one. Any mode of fab- ric, style or colors that is new will be found here. « Priced at $10.50 to $35.00. Hosiery Lovely sheer all silk chif- fons. Colors, moonlight, parchment, silver, nude, Rose Marie, Grain, Black Und gunmetal. Priced—$1.95 to $3.50. Elisabeth Bibcock. h r chums at col- lege. ud Mm Naacf Moneler of Paris. Mrs. R. 8. Morris and Miss Mar- garet Kennedy went to Paris Mon- day afternoon. J. 8ilberberg and Mrs. Cbarloa McDonald of Sllberberg Dry Good* Company, went to Dallas Bunday to buy spring stock. Misses Jackla Jackson and Norma Brown, who a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 8 April 1926

rAO* - THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW n«ri4ir Moraine. April • • « CHRISTY BROS. CIRCUS Friday the big Animul Show! Christy Bros', big five ring wild animal Bhow will arrive here tomor- row morning, nnd Immediately up- on their arrival will be unloaded and the paraphernalia will be hauled to tbe show grounds. Now the small boy is in his glory. He showed passing Interest in the opening of tbe base ball season, but the show poaterB have had him hypnotized ever since they have been on the bill boards. It is a great big show—the combi- nation of the great domestic animal •bow with a trained wild animal ex- hibition. Lions, tigers and leopards are made to perform all kinds of tricks and form pyramids in one large steel, arena. A leopard rides aa elephant and jumps through a a hoop of fire. Another feature is the riding of a Hon on horseback, and tha trained and wrefetling bears, who walk a tight rope, ride globes and glide down tobaggan slides. "Noah and tbe Ark," a beautiful spectacle, wil...

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