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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 3 April 1925

lY, APRIL 3, 1025 THE RED R1VEK COUNTY REVIEW Day in the Life of the Average High School Girl Uy It. DUDLEY LOOK The Rising Hour. Sport Hour. The high school girl, in a terrible With the school work done, she Is whirl, j ready for fun, Arises at ten past eight. For thin is her hour of sport. In au awful haste that makes much She hies herself home and prepares waste | for a roam Hoping she won't be late. i In her Overland, Buick or l)ort. A few winks of sleep, a glance and a peep, At the lime Which Is purely a guess. A stretch and a yawn, a sigh and a groan, As she hastily hunts for a dress. Then a grab at her clothes, a daub at her nose, Cosmetics are quickly smeared on; A jerk at her hose, her hat and her shoes, A bite to eat and she's gone. She Is now on her way to begin her day, As a student along with the rest. Her step is smart and the walk Is short Yet she sits on the campus to rest. School Hour. Now the bell calls her in, her studies begin. And here she discords all her haste...

Publication Title: Red River County Review
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 3 April 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, APRIL V* ■A GOOD MULE loves to lay against a GOOD COLLAR. fit your teams with famous Jumbo Collars Don't take chances on ruining a good mule with a cheap, bad fitting collar. Of all your equipment your team collars should be the best on die place. Wide draft—soft face Jumbos put the pull exactly where it be- longs and evenly cushions your teams1 shoulders no galls— no blisters. Dac cftlarabfe&/arduxire Wl > - eiAAMSwur roots •/#*}• f/QSr W/TM THf N£W -J 1/5T P/ZONt MP / !' Whiteman Chapel News, Miss Adello Parker has been sick for the past few days. Everybodys sure did enjoy the rain that fell here Sunday. Miss Willie Beth Roberson of Hopewell spent' the week-end with Cornelia Kimbrough. Raymond Ladymon of near Detroit lias been visiting his sister, Mrs. •Bvla Smith. Miss Marguerite Welch was the ttuest of Billy Miesch Saturday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson attend- ed quarterly conference at Brewster Jfeturday. Miss Vernie Smith ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 7 April 1925

UnWeTittT ot Te*H • AU T N,TtX^i JBI m r> ) With W&xttt (feutftj SRmtmti VOLUME 4—NUMBER 90. CLARKSV1LLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1925 PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS Mission Theatre Niftiest Little Show in Three States Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday 3 Days 3 Milton Sills —IN— The Sea Hawk —PRICES— Matinee, 10c and 30c, 2 p. m. every day. Night show, 10c and 50c. 7 p. m. every niQht. Opening of Spring Sees Big Increase in Car Sales The pleasant iragrance of blossom- ing (lowers, the beautiful green of countless trees and shrubs, and the coming of spring seems to have had its effect on the people! of Red River county, for during the past week there were 26 ne wautomobiles reg- istered in Clarksvitle. It has been said that the rains of last week were ■worth a million dollars, and truely they must have been worth at least thousands of dollars to local automo- bile dealers. The sales were 13 Fords, two Overlands, seven Chevro- let, two Dodges, one Studebaker and one Willys-Knight ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 7 April 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, APRIL 7,1923 USD RIVER COUNTY REVIEW MEVIEW PUBLISHING CO., INC., Publishers CAtercd second class Matter March 3. 1879. A. T. BRVCE. Editor and Manager THE DEEP FOUNDATION 80 deep la the foundation of the •Blstlng social system, that It leaves BO one out of It. We may be partial, but Fate Is not. All men have their root In it. You who quarrel with the arrangements of society, and are Will- ing to embroU all, and risk the Indis- putable good that exists, for the Chance of better, live, move and have your being In this, and your deeds contradict your words every day. For as you cuuuot jump from the ground without using the resistance of the ground, nor put out the boat to seu, without shoving from the shore, nor •tt&ln liberty without rejecting obli- gation, so you are under the necessity of using the actual order of things, in order to disuse It; to live by It, whilst you wish to tuke away Its life. The past has baked your louf, and In the atr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 7 April 1925

TUESDAY, APRIL 7,1925 THE RBD RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Cross-Word Puzzle Fans WE OFFER YOU $2.50 in Trade for the correct solution to the cross-word puzzle appearing in our ad in The Review sach Friday. Solution to puzzle must be brought or mailed to our store not later than 6 p. m. Wednesday following the appearance of the puzzle. In case of more than one correct solution, prize will be awarded one having the neat- est paper. Butcher Drug Company "That Good Drug Store" Highway Officers Must Wear Uniforms Showers / by the commissioners' court and such | salaries* shall bo independent of any J salary or fee paid to the sheriff and all of his deputies not acting as hiKh-j way officers, and the sheriff shall not j be required to account for the salaries j provided for herein as fees of office or as salary to the sheriff or his dep- uties." After June IS highway officers in Texas will be required by law to wear a distinctive uniform and badge as •emblems of authority. This rcqurie- ment is m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 7 April 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, APRIL 7,1925 Pay of "Blue Law" In U. S. Not Past The da? of the "blue law" in Ameri- ca has not yet passed. Restrictive legislation dealing with subjects ranging from evolution to the speed with which a donkey may be driven past a cemetery on Sunday has held its own in the session of the 1925 state legislatures. Reports gathered by the United Presg from all parts of the country •how that approximately half of the Instances where "blue laws" were con- sidred the advocates of restrictive legislation won by preventing repeal ef existing laws; passing new laws •r defeating measures designed to liberalize the statutes. The result Is that If your doctor gives you a liquor prescription In Texas, its going to be published for three days so that all your friends can know that you've been sick, and had to take "one tablespoonful three times a day." And if your wife's hat pin is too lomg, shd'll be subject to punishment In Massachusetts. And one cnfinot go ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 7 April 1925

TUESDAY, APRIL 7,1925 THE RED R1VEK COUNTY UEVIEW • • • — This Is Orange Week in Clarksville — ASK YOUR GROCER Rent-a-Ford, you drive him. Deposit required.—Conerly Garage. II. E. Flowers of Bugwell was in the city Saturday. Clifford Alexander of Mt. Pleasant was a Clarksville visitor Saturday. Tom Winters of Deport was in the city Saturday. J. T. Riddle of Kivorview Van a Clarksville visitor Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Conerly spent Sunday in Texurkana. and Miss Katie Popp left Saturday for Mercedes, where they will spend a few days with friends and relatives. J. H. Abbott was here from Albion Saturday. Ed Watson of Albion was a "Clarks- ville visitor Saturday. A. A. Adams of Manchester was in ("larksvillo Saturday. John Dysart of Austin College, Sherman, speint the week-end here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Dysart. Jim Clark of Acworth was a Clarks- ville visitor Saturday. Mrs. Joe Sivley and daughter, Miss Swann, rwere Paris visitors Friday. Rev. Rupert Nanney and Joe Sivle...

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

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, APRIL 7,1925 <* Dynamite!! ,• V We have good stocks of 2S, 40 and 60 per cent dynamite COMB TO SEE US WHEN YOU ARE IN THE MARKET FOR EXPLO- SIVES. Ctfe (7ttarabk&/aixfware & > - tiAMMsrmr mots •/#«• f/RST W/Trt Th'l NfW -Jl/STPrtOHt .YC> / When tne Two Met Several days ago, while the noon- tide of pedestrians was sweeping East Washington street, It happened that ■n unusual number of persons at- tempted to pass through the tem- porary arcade In front of the partly completed Sellg building. An ample and rather Jovial fat man bad elbowed his way almost through the crowd and was breathing a sigh ot relief when the unexpected hap- pened. Jaat as he started to turn from the arcade to the street he ran Jnto a large colored woman of equal ■Ue. Both took the count , "Why don't yon put out your hand irfcen you all Is goin' to make a left tarn)" exclaimed the colored woman fs.she picked herself Up. ,. The fat man said nothing, but arose and...

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

% UnltettW ot •^=1 - • AVJ®TtN, TEXAS *;,v 'T* JRril JRtuer (Enunfy iR^ufetu VOLUME 4—NUMBER 91. CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1925 PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS Salvation Army to Make Drive for Funds Friday and Saturday The Salvation Army homo service appeal has begun in Red River coun- ty, under the direction of R. L. Port- wood, field secretary of the or- ganization. Mr. Portwood with J. E. Spencer, R. B. Hollingsworth, B. F. Marable. E. W. Bowers, J. F. Kunkel, Melvin Marx, A. T. Bryce, J. E. Barry, Paul Ussery, E. B. Chambers and Eg- bert Thompson, members of the ad- visory board for this county, held. a me ting at the Chamber of Commerce rooms Thursday afternoon to arrange details for the drive. • The quota for Red River county has "been set at $300, and teams will be •appointed to make the drive Friday and Saturday, the appeal dates. Twenty per cent of the amount col- lected will be deposited in Clarksville banks to be used for charitable, work liere, under the super...

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

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEJ? FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1025 Hikiboro Newt r. ud Mrs. N«d Hajrdock of De- viated his aaal, Mr*. J. H. Hobba r. M. Cos bill closed his singing | Louie McPonnough broke his arm school at Cross Roads Friday night J recently by falling from a horse. with a special program. Mrs. ldella Williams racaived a Miss Nancy Jo Moore and Miss telogrram recently stating that hsr Onto Cocbill. teachers oi McCruryj bother of West Station ia seriously school, spent the weok-end with the;yj 0f poeamonia. latter's mother. Mrs S. V. Cocbill S. P. Patton and J. A. Coleman' ^hbortoo<1 Sunday. were Parte visitors Thursday j Uy c Hooser went to Teaarkana Bud Watson and family were in oar Mrs. J. A. Jeffus has been rery sick with appendicitis, but is improving. Our singing was well attended Sun- day. We had visitors from Deport. Rugby. Independence. Bogsta. Paris' Hiram Wright spent Friday night «n the homo of his cousin. Mrs. a M. Davidson, of Shadow land. Unit, the 14-year-old dau...

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

FRIDAY, APRIL 10,1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW l Screens Painting Repairing A man's home is his castle. Does yours satisfy you in its present con- dition, or does it, like most houses, need new screens, slight repairing and repaint- ing? ,^Ji Spring is here; do it now. Steger Lumber Co. LUMBER THAT IS LUMBER !jeigi3j3j3(bei3j3)3j30jbei3isisri3i3l3i3l3isi3f3i3i3fbi3i3ibi3i3i3i3is REASSURED. News had reached the villago of Forkaville that a motor bus plying Tjetween the two neighboring towns of Bumpton and Gush Hollow had gone over the side of a cliff with all on board. It was known in Forksville that the wife of the much henpecked Bud Blodgett was en route to Gush Hollow via the bus line. An interest- ed villager immediately called on Bud. "Ain't ye worried 'bout yer wife, Bud?" he asked. "Well," replied Bud, "I was fer a while, but her cousin in Bumpton jest called up an' said she saw Sal git on the bus with her own eyes." The Lapps tram their dogs to act as living hot water bott...

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

• e THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1925 JICO RIVER COUNTY RCVICW asvicw PUBLISHING CO., INC., Publishers Sntered ae second cless Matter March S, 1979. A. T. BRYCE, Editor Mid Manager TT"——— "" 1 ' Penny Wise, Pound Foolish Governor "Ma" Ferguson may be sincere in vetoing the various educa- tional appropriations, but it will be 1iard for some people who supported Jier to reconcile her act in trimming 91 ,200,000 of an already skimpy ap- propriation. This cut not only effected the institution of higher learning, but meant a cessation of some of the most Important branches of work in the fural schools, home economics, vocational agriculture etc. There is real need for economy in many of the state departments, but from all accounts, the department of education is least able to stand a policy of being "penny wise and pound fpollsh." if the statement of Lieut Governor BajTy Miller and other* can be taken seriously the governor could have ap- proved every appropriation bill ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 10 April 1925

• © FRIDAY, APRIL 10,1925 HIE Kbit KIVKK COUNT) KGVIEH • 0 • ' e FREE Solve This Puzzle and Win S3 in trade Elizabeth Lewis is the winner of last week's prize I 5, 3 i r 6 7 8 9 10 11 1 & 73 H Is lb JY f) ia m ii / a W 3* J3 W 37 50 4« 41 £ if 47 so 'SI 3* J9 si Be 6o ii 63 a Si C7 16 w 7<5 it), 1126, Wutni N*w*pap*r Union.) Horizontal. 1—Personal pronoun t—Not* of muilca.1 acale 6—Girl's plaything T—Difficult •—Anclant country of Asia Minor ill—Famous detective of dime novela il—Irritated 15—Boy'a nam* 111—Metal II—Coneumed 1 —Parlod of tlmo 10—riah ana 11—R«ap 12—Cooled II—Circuit 17—Broad ilK—Oalt of a quadruped 10—Knock gently 'II—Fragrant aromatic aplca ill—Small particle St—Wither 11—Obstruct S —Air IT—French girl martyr 40—Book 41—Small In etature 44—Vat 41—Proprietor of biblical ahlp 41—Sheet of glaaa 41—Ledge II—Fine whit* powder 14—Owing 67—Arreat It—Handle of a aword .10—Ornamental vase 61—United Statea President 64—Rumored 16—Shaves, as wood ; 67—Bun 6*—Knotted 69...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 10 April 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1925 The Free Traders .By. Uictor Rousseau WNU 8ERV1CB Copyright by W. o. Chapman. 8YNOP8I8 CHAPTER 1.—Lee Anderson, Royal Canadian Mounted Police sergeant, la sent to Stony range to arrest a man named Pelly tor murder. He Is also instructed to look after Jim Rathway. reputed bead of the "Free Traders, iUIott liquor runners. At Little Palls he finds Pelly Is credited with having found a sold mine, and la missing. CHAPTER II.—At the hotel whert Anderson stops, a girl, obviously out Of place In the rough surroundings, appears. A halfbreod whom Anderson pears called Pierre, and a companion, "Shorty," annoy the girl. Anderson in- terferes, earning the enmity of the two men, CHAPTER ITI—The girl sets out for Blston Lake, which Is also Anderson's objeotlve. He overtakes her and the two men with whom ha had trouble tha night before. CHAPTER IV.—Pierre and "Shorty" ride on, Anderson and the girl follow- ing. In the hills the road Is blown up, be...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 10 April 1925

FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1925 THE RED'RIVEH COUNTY REVIEW WcM • > Flour Headquarters OUR LEADING BRAND Airy-Fairy Aak your merchant for the famous Airy- Fairy Flour Our stocks are larger than ever before in all lines Home of Bottled Coca-Cola Black Brothers Wholesale Grocers Want Hunting Rights Restored ThoungM off Flowers ♦ A most delightful and fitting way in which to express the message of Easter to lcfoed ones is through flowers. trunk Si'elutsi', Sls-ICllte-Palmer, Youkosli-i iwllr and l.ouls Manu of the i V n k I inn tribe of Washington, who visited the Great Wliite Father Bt the I Wliite House where they, presented their claims for renewal of the bunting ! treaty giving them rights over certain lauds In the NortlUvest. LIGHT OIL IS BEST ON VARNISHED FLOOR TINY ISLAND THAT UNCLE SAM FORGOT Claims One of Philippines Now Under Dutch Rule. Washington.—One of Uncle Sam's tiniest Philippine Islands—at least lie thinks it is his and is prosecuting his claim to It—in flourishing just now...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 10 April 1925

A 1/ THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1925 Dynamite!! A We have good stocks of 25, 40 and 60 per cent dynamite COMB TO SEE US WHEN YOU ARE IN THE MARKET FOR EXPLO- SIVES. Dtff Tttarabtetf/anlware Wi > - ciABMswur routs -/*« • f/fiST W/TH THf HfW -Jl/sr PHOHt J Girl Amateur Radio Operator Wednesday Bridge Club Miss Swann Sivley was hostess to the Wednesday Bridge Club Wednes- day. The lovely home was made still more beautiful with Its profusion of dogwood blossoms and sweet peas>. Favors were pretty baskets filled with sweet peas. Mrs. Gavin Watson received the club, prize, a beautiful parfalt set, and Miss Sue Dyer received the> vis- itor's prjce, a powder box of lustre ware. Mesdames Peyton West, Odis Kel- ly, H^ Sivley, C. D. Pickett, Joe Siv- ley, ftiyl, Miss Bettle Smith assisted the. hostess In dispensing hospitality, and serving a delicious two-coiurse luncheon to Mesdames Gavin Watson. B. J.. Miesch, A. D. Simpson, John Tho^peou. A. T. Bryce, John Mc- An...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 14 April 1925

ft IV AUSTIN, TEXAS iJJ1!! University ot 'foxai £ja •:n SUurr Cmmfit Steufeui f> f . f I ■ ■ ■ ■ * ■■ I ■ . I — ... . . . ■ I —"T VOLUME 4—NUMBER 92. CLARKSV1LLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 1925 PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS Mission Theatre Niftiest Little 8how In Three States MONDAY - TUESDAY RUDOLPH | VALENTINO } "Monsieur Beaucaire" 0Jnder the auspices of the Clarksville Cemetery Society. Admission, I Oc and 50c WEDNESDAY —and— THURSDAY GLORIA SWANSON in "Manhandled" Next Week the Biggest ^Out-Door Picture of the Season APRIL 24, 25 and 26 —Three Days— "SUNDOWN" •< Few Homies Escape Storm at Fulbright A check of the damage done by the severe windstorm that visited the southwest portion of the county last Wednesday afternoon shows that few If any homes in Fulbright escaped ^lamage. P The roofs of numerous houses were blown off, barns, garages and even houses moved from their foundations and in some cases completely demol- ished. The town was directly in the path of the storm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 14 April 1925

<<. .is.... /, THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 1925 The Big Bankrupt Sale On In Full Force The low prices now in force are making the people buy in large quanity, crowds are swarming to this Sale. $15000.00 Stock to be sold out quickly New Corsets Boys' Clothing Ginghams, Domestics Odds and Ends Extraordinary Savings Wool Goods at Prices 1 at at at at on that will pay you to 1 Bankrupt Prices Wonderful Savings The lowest price ever give-away prices Men's Apparel buy now f The D. D. Strong Stock-West Side Square RBO RIVER COUNTY REVIEW fICVIEW PUBLISHING CO., INC., Publishers BnUrod aa second elaee Matter ' March 3,1879. A. T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager Christian Church Revival Closes (Contributed) The revival meeting at the First Christian church, which began March 26 and closed Sunday night, April 12, way the most successful meeting in the history of the church. Evangelist Sain p. Jones of Cleburne, Texas, who has been supplying for us since the 1ut of November,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 14 April 1925

TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PtK npr n y Ind im- liif irt My fuir jhli> In Ic- 1 by l2ri v* Ink* OtT retf M<f of jno |nk- itt Jre- lub- |Re- i is- lors |«P- inrt k'hy lull! • § l>.v oC Ma- il ■* of I Mm II >is- ]?;i iif 911 I oC Cross-Word Puzzle Fans WE OFFER YOU $2.50 in Trade for the correct solution to the cross-word puzzle appearing in our ad in The Review sach Friday. Solution to puzzle must be brought or mailed to our store not later than 6 p. m. Wednesday following the appearance of the puzzle. In case of more than one correct solution, prize will be awarded one having the neat- est paper. Butcher Drug Company "That Good Drug Store" Moonlight Picnic Thursday night the Senior boys of the high school entertained the girls with a marshmellow and wenler roast on White Rock creek. The girls de- clare the boys most excellent hosts. Thoss enjoying the picnic were Misses Inez Latimer, Brltta Heurne, Gladys Adams, Hattie McConnell, Ruth Terry, Louis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 14 April 1925

HP 'SET ^Subtimd* I fp THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 1925 These Mornings —When you feel more dead than alive. —Wheri your energy Is gone, and all you can seem to do is yawn and atretch— —You simply need a tonic of the kind that takes you 'way out where things are growing, anid the world looks young.. —Bundle the family into the car; grab an armful of edibles and an- other of outing needs, and— —Make a picnic for the day. —"Nothing like it," you'll say next morning when you come down town feeling like a new man. ' —Complete outing equipment at our store. —Vacuum Bottles, Thermalware Jars, Paper Plates, Cups, Etc. In sets, Fishing Tackle, Camp Stoves and other equipment. —Call in. ^ c/ftam6te&/ardware & roots Tick Eradication Law ]Will Effect This County Red River County will go under the tick eredicatlon law at once under afate supervision according to word received here, the state to bear all received here, the state to bear all expenses of the supervision w...

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