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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 May 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, MAY 22, 1920. PAGE BETES J Some Tens In JPexas v t t ? BISK RuBk .Texas, May 20. The long dry windy spell ended Saturday niKht It began raining at 8 cclock end rained unil 1 o'clock. We are glud to know that Bro. Jeff Smith is able to be up again after a long spell of illness. Mr. Scott Barnes la nn the sick list this week. Rev. crew of the Rea Hotel are holding things fine; Mr. Less Brown, cheff; Mr. S. W. Hubbard, second, and Mr. Archie Roberson, head waiter. Mr. and Mrs. Rea are all ' smiles. Mrs. Brock is back from El Paso. Would like to know je where abouts of Mr. William Hubbard; last heard of was in Louisiana. His brother, G. W. Hubbard, Midland, a total of $9.40 from that church. Master George Washington finished from the public, school here. The free banquet of the A. M. E. church was enjoyed by all. Rev. Wright is the beloved pastor of said church. The free banquet of the Knights and Daughters of Tabor was njoyed by all at Mr. ' Johnson's ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 May 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, MAT 122, 1920. VAm ioight s gome SFowns In Texas CORSICANA. C. M. E. Church Note. The C. ' M. E. church had a per fect day Sunday. The Sunday Snnday school rally between the Junior class and Senior class was uite a success. The Junior class raising the highest amount of mon ey was awarded the banner, total collection of both classes was f25. SI. Much credit is due to Miss Jannie 'Gordon and her Junior class. Quarterly Conference was a great success presiding older was not here but the pastor held the arter at 11 o'clock. The pastor preached fro mtho 1st Cor. 13th chapter, 12 verse, conferen at. 3 o'clock and at 7:30 his subject was "A Wise Conclusion." Both services the crowd was unusually large. The Missionary met with Mrs. John High Monday evening and had a splendid business session, after which Mrs. High served the ladles wKn Ice cream and cake, which was enjoyed by all. The public is In vited to attend the revival meeting wkofch begins Suday nig...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 May 1920

( Tilt DALLAS 1XPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, MAT 22, 1020. PAGE NINE Lioeal Bappenings EVERYTHING FIT TO TRINT ' n mnmn 3. ALBA AUSTIN, City Editor iiiiii iIJS V ( A, .. . T7TT V ' Prof. A. E. McMillan of Prairie View State Normal and Industrial Instltite arrived In Dallas Tuesday morning accompanied by a group of students from the school. Mr. Mc Millan, as chaperon in charge, se cured for members of e the grot safe conduct to ' their respective homes. He will spend a few days In Dallas before returning and Is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Payne on Watt street. Here's hoping that the wave of price cutting will be contagious. May the Gods of Meat. Sugar and other products be strickened with the malady. Oh! and the population of Dallas according to the United States Cen sus Bureau is 158.97 some city, eh! We can't boast too strong un til the census of other Texas burgs are announced. And . then some shouting. Prof. A. D. Ewell qf Prairie View State Normal and Industrial Insti tute Is In the...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 May 1920

PACK TK ' TITB PA1YLAS EXPRESS, 1MT.T.AS TEXAS. MAY 22, 1920. - , ItODY OF BLACK HEKO EXHIMF.I) liopeivod hy Ttohitlves Casket Irnp d with Law Ameriran Flap. Aft'r Imrlul ct n inony body Is laid to Itet In Its Native Land. . In a drab metallic casket covered with a larse American battle flag; the body of Private Wesley J. Evans was received last week by the moth er and relatives. The bodv of Private Evans is the first of Dallas soldiers dead to arrive hero from France. He was anions the first recruits to volunteer his Bervice.prefering the navy, be thus lnliMed. He made one voyage to Franco on one of the big Transport ships and was on the way on the second voyage when he was trick ened with meningitis and died. His death occurred May 2, at sea. He was buried at Brest, France, with military honors. He is surived by a mother, Mrs. Emma Miller, living on corner of Allen and Juliette and many other relatives. . Funeral services was held at the Apostolic church (of which the moth er is a...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 May 1920

JOHN HARRIS, Owner and Manager SALEM HAPTIST CHURCH. it Hev. L. B. Skinner, B.- D.( Pastor riunday school was well attended s Sunday. At 'morning service five souls came to Jesus. B. Y. P. U. is progressing nicely. Sunday night service was the closing of the Bible Institute and Rev. D. A. Scott, sup erintendent of missions, preached a beautiful sermon. The course will be continued. M. HAWKINS, Reporter. CHURCH OF GOD. i?ev. C. L. Bryant, pastor. J.ll services were well attended Sunday . The pastor was absent from the city, having gone to Beau mont, Texas, to hold the district convention. The pulpit was filled by other co-workers. Rev. C. H. fcims preached for morning service. Mrs. Aaron D. Crowe, the mother of the great hoy preacher lectured to a large audience. Her subject was "Love." Her. talk was very time ly and lmpressivo. The sisters' mission was held at the usual time, with receipts of 10.92. Gave $4.35 to the sick. Rev. Aaron Crowe' and his nine year old son delivered noble ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 May 1920

i'XV.T, TWELVE THE 1 ALIAS XXPEESS, DALLAS TEXAS, MAY 22, 1920. - foejt; enTrig tejCas MeW PHIL. R. REGISTER, REPORTER, Hi1 CALHOUN STREET . 1, . . .. V. K 1 -. subscribing as you were about buy ing a copy every Saturday. This Is to your benefit to help him If you want your children to go up as other races do. You are making a mistake, this little boy will learn to read, learn of the helm with pastor Prince on the scene, things move along In their usual good old way. After the usual program each de partment marches to Its respective nine uuj niu icni u i i:au, icroi u , , . . . . , , . the business world, learn to makelplace of Btudy and " "Ported well PHIL It REGISTER Port Worth, Texas, May 20. Dr. L. K. Williams of 3142 South Park avenue, Chicago, 111., was in the city last week while here he preach a noble sermon at his old church, Mt. Gilead, he was greeted by his members and friends as though he had been away for years. Dr. A. L. Buoue present pastor of Mt. Gilead motored Dr. W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 May 1920

ri i a a i r i ' a. p HOME EDITION wm. HOME EDITION i . "... ; f ; round by w. m. nag. Tht Republican Parly la The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. ,200 Per AnnuM VOL. 87, NO. 84. ' THE DALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS. TEXAS DALLAS TKXAS, MAY 39, 1020. PRICE FITB CESTS. PUBLICANS BUSINESS MEN OF AID FOR COMING CITY RECOMMENDS APPRO PRIATION OF $5,000 FOR ENTERTAINMENT Special to the Express: Philadelphia, Pa., May 27. The cel ebration Committee of Council rec ommend to the Finance Committee an appropriation for $5000 to aid the twenty-first annual convention of the National Negro Business Men's League,, August 18. 19 and 20. A committee of Negro business men was present and addresses were made by Charles H. Brooks, Dr. W. A. Sinclair and E. C. Brown. Council men Wcgleln, McCoach and Frank-enm-ld made speches favoring - the grant of the $5000 toward the con vention expenses, which are estimated at $8000. The convention. It was said, inspired Negroes to go into business enterprises. I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 May 1920

PAGE TWO THE DALLAS EXTItESS, DALLAS' TEXAS, MAY 29, 19SO. FREE TREATMENT. trans H. B. WOODS Express and Baggage FORD SERVICE Phone X. Z1Q3 ANYTIME, DAY OR NIGHT -TEXAS NORMALS; SIIKRMAX. Sliennnn Has 1.1,031 People, Say llurcau. .5 MS. 5.; r Sherman, Tfxas, May 27. Sherman's census figures as given above do not Include the poplation of the additions In Northwest Sher man which were taken into the corporate limits last Feb. These additions pive the city several hun- dred additional population, but as , they became a part of the city after the first of January, it was Impos sible for the residents there to be counted In the official census. An effort to incorporate the additions before the first of January proved abortive. The census figures as given out Indicate a healthful growth on the part of Sherman. They are about In accordance with what the pop . lation has been estimated, but on the whole prove disappointing in not giving what the true poplation of the city Is with the Northw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 May 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, MAT 20, 1030. "ny"" u-jjj Velvet Brown Hair Preparations Surpassingly Fine ; '. f PRESSING OIL W l 7AanA 6 &umxoos.Jxjll f DALLAS , TlXAJ Mi VJ) Gives a fine $los9 and Mil XWV-is nearly se'e3Vrv(V I IvelvetownI I II If - HAIR GROWER I1 (II . t AULAS V TXA li Ml ThfOii Prepjrstioii thai ntXjJ Bill f TA. JW for bro tempi MP Adding to the charm and beau ty acquired trom the use. of the exquisite I'Velvet Brown" Skin' preparation Supreme PRICE : $1.10 Per Jar - 1 . . I 11 ''" ''' I 1 I if ! I r: , : 1 1 i '"" Your personal appe a r a n c e is your greatest as set. Don't blame your hair and your skin if they do not come up to your estimate of what they should be. Maybe they do not receive the proper amount of attention which they are due. The Infinite care and scienti fic knowledge which enter Into the manufacture of VELVET BROWN prepara tions insure you results which cannot fall short of 4 Perfect Satisfaction" Each preparation made by a Doctor. Tea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 May 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, IVi t M B E R NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. r-jbiUbed every Saturday morning m ifcn year at 2600 Swiss Avenue. by r'tfl AIXA(4 EltWSS PUBLISHING COMPANY. (Incorporated) Dallas. Texas. Kcw Torn omrr, Froat Frost It is'. ZSth Street. Chicago OIUcis Fruit Froat Bur st Building. ailxmta fl, Frost 4fc Frost, Can Hot Buildiuit. .aahvlM OBof, Front Frost. In dependent Life Building. SVKSCIUTION IX ADVAJiCE. One Tear ...... 1200 Six Months ......1.00 Three Months ..... . .75 Single Copy i .05 NOTICE TO TUB PUBLIC. Any erroneous resection upon tbe rfcaracter, standing; , or reputation of any person. Arm or corporation whlah nay appear In the columns of Tha Pallas Express will be gladly cor rected upon Its being- brought to the attention of tbe publishers. Entered at Post Office at Dallas. Tsxas. as second-class matter, under &UI of Congress. March, 1879. IMPOHTANT No subscriptions mailed far a period lesa than three months. Payment for same must be 75 cents. TUB D...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 May 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, MAY 29, 1930. '8fT'--'j8: DEPARTMENT FOR WOMEN MOTTO: "To live and learn and be all that not harms distinctive Womanhood" Tennyson III ' 3 - W.J i . ; $ - I ft (a (a y A MOMENT WITH THE .CONDUCTOR JULIETTE LEE. AUNT PATS POINTS. Aunt Pat vai walking "down 'one of our principal streets, a few days ago when she was met by a manly and intelligent looking young man, one who seemed ' yet In his teens. This young man stepped gracefully to ward the curbing of the walk and lifting his hat in a most genteel man ner, allowed Aunt Pat to pass on her way. She was not soon to forget the act nor the face. Indeed she has had long thoughts concerning the man ners of our young people. We so often hear how discourteous our young people are becoming and how disgusting such actions are to all people of refined sensibilities. Tet, have you ever stopped to think how little .we are doing to teach our young folks good manners? Do you young man step forward to open the gate...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 May 1920

r.v six TKrE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, MAY 29, 1920. CORSKA.XA ' ' " ' ' ' ' ""'"' - ' ' m- ' ' "v " "'( I Automobile, train and air planes are too alow, we pay by telegraph, we run on the wire. THE WORLD'S GREATEST LODGE GOLDEN CHAIN OF THE WORLD That la Want They All Say. Wkt Kuw a. . ' No quarterly payment; It cent each month to headquarter; 19 cent once each year; 11.60 once each year; $1.00 upon the death of a member any where, until you have paid for S death; no more, that' all that' us. If a member die within 10 minute after paying 1.40 to become financial or at any other time, there I about HSi.OO to 1500.00 due their family $200.00 of It In your home before the undertaker can back hi flivver out of the ' garage that' u. You pay In all $0.10 a year, that' all that' u. The Chain cannot be broken more people die, more money that' u. Automobiles, Sunshine Spe cials, Cannon Balls and Air plane run to (low for us when a member of the Oolden Chain die anywhere In Texas or Okl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 May 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, MAY 29, 1920. PAGE SETXI f PILOT POINT rilot Tolnt, Texas, May 27. Ser vices were held at A.-M. E. and C. M. E. Churches Sunday. Revs. Wllwhlte and Alexander report excellent ser vices all day. Sunday school at the Baptist church was largely at tended, the Supt. Miss B. V. Riddle la preparing a program for children's day Second Sunday In June. Miss Eva Avery has closed her school in Tulsa, Okla., and returned home Saturday. Rev. W. P. Huntley has returned from Little Rock, Ark., where he visited his Sister for sev era days. Gainesville and Pilot Point played ball Sunday, scores 4 and 3 In favor of home boys. B. H. Flagg was in Dallas and Fort Worth, all O. K. on business. Prof. .E. W. D Love left Saturday to spend the summer in Atlanta, Texas. Miss Ella Glllum of Gainesville and Mr. Sam Bowens of this City was united in wedlock at the brides home in Gainesville, recently. Dr. R. A. Ranson of Fort Worth addressed the graduating class at the Baptist c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 May 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, MAY 29, 1020. PACK KKiHT i : 1 : , : : Pm j.j - ' Wmmm- : TEX AS' TOWNS 7 -l . : :Tmmm: if i : n l ; : Dcnlson, Texas, May 27. Dr. T. T. McKinney is in San Antonio. Messrs. T. E. Grant, A, J. Monday the State Republican Convention, delegate from Grayson Count" to the State Republican Convention. Messrs. T. E. Grant and A. J. Monday attended the Funeral Directors As soclaton at Waco, Texas. Mrs. Lizzie Holms and daughter, Ladonla have returned' from Fort Worth, Texas, whBre she was the guest of her brother, Mr. Albert Jones. Mr. Wil lie Grlfflu Is here from Waco visit ing his mother, Mrs. Clara Griffin, 615 W. Morton street Miss Duckie Hill of Gainesville has accepted a position with Uncle Abe at his lunch stand, 601 W. Bond street Gertrude Bruce, Jennie Mae Bartlett, H. of J. was royally entertained by North Gate Court on her annual vis it to this city. Mr. J. S. Love and Mr. J. H. Riddle were the local guests from the city lodges. The following stu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 May 1920

mE daxlas rintns, Dallas, texas may ao, 1930. page srcn L E :8: n 3211 Cochran Stmt MOVING PICTURES II ' v IisqbI iappenings . HI ' EVKRYTHIXO FIT TO PRINT VV AJJRA AUSTIN, Oky Editor VflA . . - i 1 1 H ff ff fx ft ft The' purest treasure moral times afford Is spotless reputation, that away, men are but gilded loam or painted clay. To be honest, truthful, talk less, do more and be manly In all things are but sills in the foundation of a good reputation. ' Mrs. Hattle Ezell Norwood of Los Angeles, Cal., is visiting mother and sister at 3704 Bryant street. Dr. Montgomery of Waco, Texas, has been called as Pastor of First Baptist church, Stockton, Cal. Mrs. A. C. Mack Cain left the city Thursday, May" 20 for Detroit. Mich., where she will Join, her hus band, after an extended stay with her parents, on Juliette street. Mr. Willie Coleman left for New York City, May 21 to spend the summer with his brother. His many friends wish htm a pleasant Stay. His mother, Mrs. A. D. Cole man of 2829...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 May 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS -TEXAS, MAY 29. 1920. HI If erp p r cr7a "jj & Ep3 H T3 T3 1)) "? I A ill 1 : liliiE I 1 Remember the So-Different Cafe 1b closed for repairs and will open for business soon with better ser vice and cheaper prices. , Don't for est the number. ' Look . for the name, JOH.V PARK UK, Prop., 007 North Central avenue -Plume Y 3018. THE NIGHT SCHOOL OK THE KXKJHTS OV COLUMBUS. MR. 8. CMLKH, a Youiir Man Started to do OKI Things with New Meth ods and is Now Rewarded. A Little More Boom and Common Sense at tlie Top, By N. W. Harllee. The Knights of Columbus are doing a commendable work for the ex-service men by extending the golden opportunity of attending the free night schools. The Colored , soldiers returning from over seas, are loud -in their praise of the kind treatment received at the hands of the Knights of Columbus when they were wounded or needed a helping hand. The Knights of. Columbus are the good Samaritans, whether In war or In peace, whether in th...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 May 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, MAY 20, 1M0. PAGE ELEVEN j - 'in mom om cwracs . EYEMJfG CHAPEL CHIK.CH MIS SIONARY KEPOBT The Missionary society of the Evening Chapel church met with Mrs. M. Wheatley, May 24th, 3313 Cochran street, where an interesting fssion was held. 1st Sam. 9th was ad and discusses by the members. The society has done charity work also. Next meeting of the soc'ety Son, by request. A beautiful ser mon; his subject, "I will Arise and go to my Father." There were 4 to Join and 5 were baptized. A glori fied day in Zlon. M. HAWKINS, Reporter. FRIENDSHIP HAPTIST CHURCH. Dr. F. K. White, Pastor. Sunday, May. 23, was a high day. will be with Mrs.8L, .C Christian. .2,aPn Vj l'!Ct 3004 State street. MRS. WYATT, President MRS. HENRY TINSLEY, Rep. Evening Chapel is to be favored with 'a high-class musical given by one of the clubs. Mrs. Carrie Mor gan and Mrs. Nona Vaultz, assisted by local talent. The entertainment is to be given under the auspices of Board No. 2, June...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 May 1920

fKiK TTfEITV Tini DALLAS irPEKSS, DALLAJSTEXAS MAY 29, 1920. RflEIBf 1 PK1L I. RESISTED KPMTtt, I15 CALKS! STtEFT FORT WORTM". 111) II U I) I t ' i 4 - - - -1 PHIL It REGISTER FOKT WORTH. Fort Worth, Texas. May 27. The Parent-Teacher club of the Wash ington Height School met at the president's home, Mrs. A. B. Bell, .2824 Lee avenue. The subject, "How Can the Home Life Help the School" was ably discussed by all. A dainty repast was served bythe hostess. " ( President, Mrs. W. M. Fleming. Sec. Mrs. I. M. Jones. Treasurer, Mrs. Pearl Johnson Supervisor, Rev. Browrt. . , Reporter, Mrs. C. E. Benson. Miss Odie Benson spent Saturday and Sunday with 'her mother and sisters on Lee avenue and returned to Dallas, Monday. Mr. I. C. Walker left Marlln for hlH health. The rally at Benson Chapel' was a. great success, $109.00 being rais ed In a quiet manner. . v 8. H. C. CHORAL CLUB NEW. The patrons of NSrthslde High School were highly entertain d Fri day night 'with a musical, concert, rendered...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 5 June 1920

I HOME EDITION HOME EDITION Pbundnd bj w. e. King. The Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else Ia The Sea" Fred Douglas. $2.00 Per Annum VOL. 27, No. 35. THE DALLAS EXPBESS, DALLAS, TEXAS SATURDAY, JTTNH 5, 1920. PRICE FIVE CEKTS. NEGRO MEMBERS OF M. E. CHURCH WISH TO CONTROL THEIR SCHOOLS SPIRITED DISPUTE WAGED AT GENERAL CONFERENCE IN REGARD TO HOW MUCH LIBERTY THEY SHOULD HAVE Des Moines, la,, .Time 8. (Special.) A spirited battle between the newly dignified Colored delegates and the committee on. freedman. which has charge of matter pertaining to Ne gro interests, took place on the floor of the Methodist general conference this morning. , Dr. F. M. Parkin, chairman of the committee and a delegate from the Southern California conference, pre sented the report advising against placing the educational work of the South under the administrative con trol of the board of education. The committee reported against such mer ger. The discussion which ensued centered around the extraneous q...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 5 June 1920

' . .. . ! . . i PACE TKO THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, SATURDAY, JUNE S, 1020 cjc:::es3 vih v.izm enter tained at tuskecee. (Continued from Page 1). tor you to se what you do see anil these young people love and appre ciate yv." ..Thro t the atodrats. Dr. Mstoa iiaid: "You have before you. young people f the race-leader. ad . If yoa people of the race-ladrs. and if you ever met diacouraaed aboot what the Negro race in doing or coming to, just think of the men -Into whose faces you look and be Inspired by the work they have done." j Each member of the party was In troduced and responded by express-1 ng their pleasure In their trip and paylner tribute to the memory of Ir. Washington. Hon. Nelson C. Crews, Editor of the Kansas City Sun, was the Inat speaker and raptured the' large audience with his magnetic eloquence, prolonged applause fol lowed his beautiful expression of de votion to Tuskegee' , Founder, Dr. Washington. I am honored to come here toalaht and stand before you. As you l...

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