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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 September 1934

to A' "K Oemi* |ir. the sub toot of ft HUM WW" .. futar John Orcwat the Meth "iTThurch tart Sunday night week, the sermon «u quite In- teresting and food' crowd at ended these services. :0:- tm the * Hoover had a 'ttMpitinraif Trwrtliint V'-w would _ AOADCBt have made^htm the meat popular WftlOBt PAYMAN, M. C. land Bdtt fared President iu this nation, if he had sense enough to to apprehensive that my follow this precedent. We have LTRE The "Bought Press" says: Up- ton Sinclair, the Thoroughgoing Socialist was nominated on a so called Democratic ticket lor Gov emor of California." This Bought and Paid tor Press, also states that "Sinclair is pledged to abolish poverty by taking property away from the rich and giving it to the poor." This "Bought Press" lied like a dog when It made the above statements. Sinclair was nominat- ed on the REGULAR Democratic ticket cf California and while he will doubtless lend his aid and assistance to the poor when it is possible for a Governor to do so....

Publication Title: Claude News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 September 1934

$k; HIh ir -* i v h a ~m r +■■ Hf 'x V*' % r * of anything, any any tine. Individual, group, enlargements etc.—Oto. 82-tf POSTKD NOTICE Thfc la to notify the public that all the J. A. Posture* arc posted and hunting, trapping or fishing Is not permitted and all tresspass- ers will be prosecuted.—CLINTON HENRY, Ass't. Mgr. 12-tf-c Lillian Newberry Chiropractor Magnetic Masseuse OTHEB8 HAVE GOT WELL, YOU CAN TOO. HAVf NWOOD - NIG&ERHEAD SUNSHINE - MAITLAND ? bist colorado coals \ f; £ So/t/ Ay Your Cod! Dealer OR. W. M. CURL DENTIST W FISH MEDICAL ART AND PROFESSIONAL BUILDING AMAROAO, - TEXAS INST WTW SEALS SELF PUNCTURES! Ride over nails, tacks and glass- no fear of "flats' with this new-type inner tube Punctures have no terrors—and no big repair bills to hand you - when you ride on this amazing GoodrichSeal-o-matic inner tube! You can drill it full of holes, drive nails into any tire equipped with the Seal-o-matic—and pull thnn out, without loss of the mir! This tube instantly ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 September 1934

MM CHEVROLET CHEVROLET LOU Ml PRMMT1 V" ■ WCM SERVICE El«?enth Installment SYNOPSIS Tkrtt ««*k* tdtr a c"" ro 4- •Mr bnn <«und wrickeil m Iht M* « Ik* Coat •< * cliff, • «irl c«IUo« ktrxll Anne ('wkii| ipptirt at tbt desert town Maratou. Sbt ha* bought. sigat vuen. ranch located thirty miWs aaray. Soon titer her arrival she marrioa larry Duane, htr nearest ucighbar. Against her better judg- ment ahe ftccoui|MJiies her Uusbamd East. Mrs. Duane is bitterly reseatlul of Anne. Wealthy Cleo Pendleton, her obtioua choice ows revenue. Anne recogniaet a «an lot- if ring on the Duane grounds. l^ter Bttri telle Anne JuU tiage is the real head el .he Duaae aili*. He fails to uote her froten olence. ; ■ "7= Drive it five miles and you will never be itllilM with any other low prlred car. "The World's Lowest Price Six." "WELDING," "MACHINE SHOP" and "GENERAL REPAIRING." Headquarters (or J. I. CASE Ma- chines Parts and Service. NELSON CHEVROLET CO. THE IMPERIAL BARBER SHOP "The Shop Thai App...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 September 1934

* ;Y Ui CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1934. ? JUB NUMBER 1 WELL AXILLA, &QIH& ~T 1&IOOCA/ aooe ore. b — WHIO+ AHYWAV GrO\HG- 7 "•a. KIDS TRYING ?TTi VJ+iAT vS scoae IX2.V2 & Ort, X. CAM SEE FieoM ^eiee, FIME. I'll "rem vbu-Vou i /ov/, CAN SiT ON VAMILLA^ BACK TfeN MiMoTes Fota one. cemt mWwm % d \/ HE. s our ]/ Voute. TeK TiHmV, ](AT-SECOND /( MiHUTes IS 1&uN/ let ms sir ON ^ufa floiase V i.e , WILL >£>U, /AAi^yj? /\ Me./ i a LOOK', VAN ILL A - I EAP>:F?n .SiXTfeEM \ CENTS —<?Of/q<S- To -QUV sSixTEEAi j_OLLVPOPS/ ? /COME. TO "TffiNk OF IT— IT WA^ VAM LLA<S SACK' THeV -SAT I WANT" ALU lettuce AMD cAateors VOU'LL. (?yv/e sue-/ je Tm.Reg.U S.Pat.Off . £> 1934 bf United Feature Syndicate. Inc V: Vou e-AiaMED v/^- ir( VANILLA. -AHO I'M G-OIH& TO 6-er Vou >Su£A7^ LUMPS/ rV£ i fi tww*+■**%!*+>■ >Mn<bg<4«fc-£ • \/ • 3v e-i9 LITTLE DAVE Right at Home By Gus Jucl VER.V MUCH iVVAKT "UP SHOW M3U 6«At "TVVIMCi, I...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 September 1934

r«i Hveoak « bolt of lightning 1 about it. He'd been a good and faithful saddle horse. Now, I'd have to walk if I didn't get another horse somewhere. "Benny Smithson came over to see me after the rainstorm and said he saw old Chicken Brain keel over dead As a mackerel. Benny had just returned from Old Goat Face Ulrich's ranch. The old man has seven mares running loose in the hills, getting wilder all the time because a wild mustang stallion, com- ing from the range, was leading the mares. Old man Ulrich, giving up hope of ever catching the band, said he was going to go out and shoot down the mustang stallion so his mares would come to their senses, then maybe he could get somebody to round 'em Uft break 'em, and brand the colts. Benny Smithson told the old man he knew a fellow who talked horse language and could ride the devil slick. The old man .said, 'Bring him up to the ranch, but pretty quick, because I'm sure figgerin' on knockin' down that d—n stallion before he makes tracks o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 September 1934

Jfe': ip-Jt fi$ € -■A * VaOeyAithertty to Doing. trip to my old home in Tennessee, in July and 1 have made 42 trips since I came to Texas lessee Valley Authori- ital agency for develop- ic power from tho rivers in connection with the Shoals project, has its head- rters In Knoxville. About 1200 white collar government employes work in the half dozen office buildings in the city, and 2000 more work in the con- struction of the great Norris dam, 18 miles from Knoxville on the Clinch riv- er, a river that has its beginning 300 miles up in Virginia. I went to see the dam now being constructed and it is the most stupendous thing I ever saw. * e workmen had just begun to pour ncrete, and I was told that it would take three years to complete the dam and would take two years for the re- servoir to fill up after the dam is com- pleted.' It will overflow tens of thou- sands of acres of as good river bottom land as there is in the United States. Farmers who own the land are now selling it to th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 September 1934

lite balls! himself ii r„ were not Arrested, a severe lecture, pman a year afro NOVEL E A man of P e 61 the red by new plantings. j SCRAP IRON IN DEMAND is gradually being cleaned of Thousands of tons, collect it the State. Are being ship- steamers ffota Houston to Japan, and England. At one time five Were in the Houston harbor load- teg' scraps. jpEDAR SAWMILL FOR BASTROP J. S. Denman of Jackson, Ala., is erecting a cedar sawmill on the out- skirts of Bastrop. It is a neW industry for that town, and is expected to give employment to about 50 persons. There is much eedar timber around Bastrop and a fairly good demand for cedar lumber. SMILES AT BANK ERROR Bank* are generally accurate in fig- uring up customer balances, but in 1924 Jeff Harris, a farmer of Tracy, Milam county, drew a check on his bank for $92.50. He was immediately advised that his funds had been exhausted. Recently he received a letter from the bank stating that an inventory dis- closed he had a balance of $92.50 on...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 September 1934

m ij#t th* 'ftSS^darling? yjw through blond, AB Situs -"Can't you see that 'No , but there's anoth- Corsets* so I ain't Attention to any of 'em." Km Lady and the Tramp tramp h "Did you notice i "Yes'm, I seen it." "Vou should mind your You mean you saw it." jiop: "No'm. You saw me see but you haven't seen me saw it." He: "Can ^rou cook, dearie?" She: "I don't know, but I used to fttake wonderful mud pies." , Wilton Lackeye's Speech Wilton Lackeye was on the program tot a speech at a gathering in Chicago. It was late in the evening, and every- one had been bored by the other long- winded speakers. When the toastmas- afthounced: "Wilton Lackeye, the ( J" V-i'. ■ «' • *>'jK- 'Jul. ■ I onu^hg ftftinafcad *22? a buntSo*Jtf Emergency Call Agnes came rushing down to the barn With the Urgent demand that papa go right up to the house. "What's wrong T" asked Papa, nerv- ously. "Tommy's swallowed one of the cart- ridges from your rifle," explained Agnes, "ah' MaW's afraid to lick him for fe...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 September 1934

rm m Park*. V altar. MAMVLAMO, Kuura 8hora. mu CW«r- aU* u4 kalf nnr franiac*. d«tp TM Mta (auir dlTtaU). fntilt k I; Mi (arm buiidinsa; pr.ct IS&.OOO. Charfe* B. Van V*len, 110 William Strwt. Maw York Cltr TO LKASK—Alabama acreage mar Major «U leued lands. J. W. Newman, Mooile. Alabama. UNTUCKT FARMS FOB SALE in Weetern Kentucky. Mostly fertile lurid, well Improved on good roads. 60 to 400 acre®, pr.ee reasonable witn as low as 10% cash payment, balance on easy terms witn a low rate of interest. Write Louisville Joint Stock Land Hank, 139 South Fourth Street, Louisville, Kentucky. Or, UKOBUE KutfEKTS, Special Representative, Fulton, Kentucky. ARIZONA SfcLL UK TKADiS—Small cow ranch, clear, 320 acres, 300 fenced outside range. Good water, 2 aermotor windmills, tree*, garden, 8H miles Salome. Some stock, mesquite shade. Small place near village preferred, others considered. Give or take ca h dif- ference. V1KG1L SAN OR, Salome, Arizona. FLORIDA 126-ACRE improved farm, central Flo...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 September 1934

pil§|^ Mui Dixon line. AU human and animal bodies are 66 2/8% water. All veg- etable life is largely water. How extremely important is water. The AXTELL EVER-OILED WIND MILL is provided with Roller Bearings, a ball bear- ing turn table, Friction in - every way has been carefully •reduced and eliminated. It ^willvrun in a lighter wind and pump more water than any (till made. There are cheap- er mills, but we claim and can prove superiority. The AXTELL EVER -OILED WIND MILL made in sizes 8 to 18 foot. AXTELL COMPANY FORT WORTH, TEXAS San /Angelo, Lubbock, Amarillo LARGE CAVERNS COM- PARED Dr. Fl-ank E. Nicholson, ex- plorer of Carlsbad Cavern in New Mexico and other caves in Texas, has been quoted as- saying that the Devil's Sink- hole, 65 miles west of Kerr- ville, is larger than Carlsbad Cavern. The Devil's Sink- hole is on the Clarence Whit- worth Ranch, in Edwards county, 12 miles east of Rock -Springs. Dr. Nicholson re- cently explored the cave, lie said that exploration of the c...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 September 1934

HHil It WilliS IODIZED OR PLAIN Ratliff's Gold Medal Chili Con Carne and Tama- les Make a Delicious Combi- nation Dish for the Evening Meal. Order Today From Your Grocer. RANGER FATALITY HIGH Dr. W. P. Webb, University of Texas historian, who made an exhaustive study of the history of the Texas Ranger force, is authority for the statement that if all men whom rangers have slain in performance of duty were placed end to end they would reach 11 miles. Since organi- zation 100 years ago, Dr. Webb says, the rangers have killed about 10,000 persons, red, black and white. RABBIT HUNTERS WANTED Rabbit hunters are wanted in Ward county where jack- rabbits are a menance to what grass the drouth left. The commissioners are paying 5 cents bounty on every set of ears produced. At the first check-up, 2,512 pair of jack- rabbit ears were redeemed at $125.60. L. O. Winso of Pvote had the best showing with 398 pair of rabbit ears. CONTRIBUTION TO TEX- AS CENTENNIAL The Texas State Memorial Museum C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 September 1934

A V * r i t Claude Football Prospects Bright for Year 1934. There Is every' evidence that the disappointments endured by the Claude football fans last year will not be repeated this year. With forty-six husky youngsters out tc make this year's Mustang team a thing to be reckoned our supporters can come to the game with full expectations of bricking a winning crew. To begin with, there are eleven letter men who are out for ven- geance. Places. they held on the team last year arc eyed covetously by a flock of novices who can1 "deal it out" as well as "take it", j In addition there are several beefy I recruits from outlying districts who j look good. There will not only be] more speed than last year, butj more weight and a wealth of football knowledge garnered under the sling of defeat the past sea-1 son. With new equipment, a reorgan- ized and uniformed Pep Squad, plenty of capable reserves, and a flaming spirit, 'footbsll at Claude is expected to come into its own this year. Fresh fr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 September 1934

: ' :■ ' I JWf VUU<T m' " if,-'. ■ m is II -• if k One man who umduaied from Myh schocl and then had four years training l« College, finally got a Job In a stone quarry. Some Inducement, that! :0: We believe In property rights kud have always fought for tliein but NOT until HUMAN RIGHTS has first been looked iftei. Human rights come flrt and property rights second. :0: There Is quits a ciiauge In the tlieremometer since the nice rains which visited this part of the Pan- handle. During July and August the Theremometcr registered from M to 105, but the registration is now going around 55 to 75, which means the weather is much more agreeable. :0: Every able bed it'll man who wants a Job and will work, should have It, and every well regulated Government will see that he gets that Job. There Is too much need- ed Improvement in this country for any man to go v/ithout a Job These improvements will move a- long In a hurry when more money is put into circulation. It take? Money to "Make t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 September 1934

y $ r -4 V $2 s SIZES 14 to 20 38 to 52 One and two piece ALL COLORS styles. FUR TRIMMED COATS mm an Friday night of test week. Her condition «u reported u quite critical at first, but later reports itate that she Li somewhat im- proved. Mrs. T. J. Page wa3 an Amarlllo shopper Saturday. Other visitors in Amnrlllo Saturday were: Mr. Jim Woodburn, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Doak, Mrs. McMurry and children, Mr. and Mrs. Jf.ck Hudson, Mrs. Paul Hood and Miss Mamie Hood. SIZES 14 to 20 38 to 46 •14 95 BLACK GREEN BROWN HATS! Newest Chic Styles $157 ALL THE NEWEST COLORS Head Sizes 21 £ to 24 inches 621 Polk St. LITE IMTED \\ I Miss Florlene Smith, of Raton, New Mexico, is visiting Miss Jose- phine Aidridge ar>d other friends in the fair City of Cltude. She state* that after being away for quite a time the ole home town looks Just the same. Misses Sylnett Strickland and Marguerite Worley went to Am- arlllo last week and on Monday Miss Marguerite entered the Am- arlllo Junior College for the Win...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 September 1934

r- i) NEW H 1 IBS Our Job is Right Here At Home in Claude DO YOU WANT TO SELL AUTOMOBILES BANK FACILITIES GROCERIES FOODS FURNITURE AMUSEMENTS FABRICS WOMEN'S WEAR MEN'S WEAR LAUNDRY SERVICE JEWELRY MILLINERY DRY GOODS TRANSPORTATION SECURITIES LIGHT AND POWER RUGS SHOES SHOE REPAIRS REAL ESTATE A new national trail is being blazed back to prosperity. The program is pretentious and gigantic. It includes all branches of commerce, industry and agriculture. It calls for unstinted co-operation and loyalty within every unit of the national life. It calls for team-work as exacting as we have ever known. That means that the fundamen- tal code of the entire endeaver is "CO-OPERATION". In charting the national route which faces toward the goal of plenty for all, it has been interesting to note the directness of the action. This directness has been in the appeal to the separate units to co-operate within their own ranks; to establish codes and to observe them whole-heartedly. It is only in pr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 September 1934

• <;" vi- * - - - > ■ ^IfSeO Buy Or Exchange PICTURES: of anything, any place, nny- time. Individual, group. Copies, enlargements etc.—Geo • Hathorn. 52-tf' In Pretty Deep POSTED NOTICE This Is to notify the public that all the J. A. Pastures are ported, and hunting, trapping or fishing. Is not permitted and ull tresspass- ( era will be pfosecuted.-CLINTON i HENRY, Ass't. Mgr. 12-tf-c ! Lillian Newberry Chiropractor Magnetic Masseuse OTHERS HAVE GOT WELL, YOll CAN TOO. RAVEN WOOD - NIGGERHEAO SUNSHINE-HAlnAND '• * , :'** •' •; '> V1. t Best Colorado Coals \u/d By Your Coat Dealer DR. W. M. CURL DENTIST MT FISH MEDICAL ART AND PROFESSIONAL BUILDING AMAR'LLO, — TEXAS We asked a friend the other day what he would do if he had all the money in the world? He replied: "I would apply it on my debts as far as it would go." All are not in that deep, but most people would pay their debts-if they had the MONEY. We know that from experi- ence. Naturally we stand by the people who stand...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 September 1934

X-^ v Twelfth Installment synopsis Three weeks after s crea colored road- ster hatl been found wrecked in tbe Ml at cliff, a tfirl calling herself Jjj Pumps Straps I Oxfords t Fvery style a favorite for fall I Sutdes • Blacks Browns ■ Grain Lealhor$/^' Combinations! EDUCATOR ARCH STYLES IN- GROWING GIRLS' STYLES! 'Ki'eisii'N'tt .98 Styled smaitei this rail, but fli comloitoble a evei The Educator name avsute* yoy oi quality All sixes and widths Grown Variety 618 Polk St., tlie foot of - - . - Anne Curbing appears at the desert town Mar.«ton. She ha* bought, sight unseen, a ranch located thirty miles away. Soou after rr arrival she marries Barry Dunne, bar .eare<t neighbor. Against her better judf' , ifnt >hc accompanies her husband East. Mrs. Uuatie ? bitterly resentful of Anne. Wealthy i leo Pendleton, her obvious choice «<!** reveugr. Antie i ecognixea a n an lot- I ring on the huare grounds, l.ater Barry tells Anne John tiage «s the real head of thr Duanr mill*. He fail*...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 September 1934

. i per Ml •! Ti; II hi Tk* Km Ml nick yaw by Im>* am CLAUDE NEWS i&r ar.-jsrsr: % Xhf Stfl M * v H H r i '■ 1 vountt a. CLAUDE. ARMSTRONG COUNT*, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPT. II, 1934. Armstrong Co. Makes Good at Tri-State Fair. Although this has been a lean year tor Armstrong County as far as different agricultural pro- ducts are concerned; stlTT we made a showing. The farmers contribut- ed what they had to make up the Armstrong County Agricultural ex- hibit and many ribbons were won by these farmers on the products they exhibited. If ycu attended the Pair or if you go later you will see blue, red, white and yellow ribbons scatter- ed over the Armstrong County Ex- hibit space. The fallowings are those supplying their products re- ceiving prizes:—Fred Stephenson— I gallon Green Beans—1st; 3 cu- cumbers—1st; 3 cantalopes—2nd; and 12—carrots—3rd. Boyd Stewart—exhibit of rhu- barb—1st. Oscar Corbln—green corn—2nd; 1 gallon Red Oats—3rd. Mrs. McCurdy—6 beets—4th. J. K. Albert Lynch Cobb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 September 1934

it I I | ' I : t It the MmCK at V tit* mark* MM have their twaive c I will not to «io for any -:0: NOTICE TO THE CREDITORS Or THE ESTATE OF MRS. LOUISE CAIAIHAM. Dmmm* Notice Is hereby given that original Letters Testamentary on the Estate of Mrs. Louise Calli- ham. Deceased, were grained to me on the 11th day of September. 1934, by the County Court of Arm- strong County. All persons having claims against said estate are hereby required by law to present the same to me within the time prescribed by law. My residence and postDffice ad- dress Is Claude, in Armstrong. County, Texas. 6-c J. L. Pafford. Executor. DETROIT . , Here ire tli managerial eve* of jhe Detro Tigers, American League l>asel);i team, as catcher-manager Mickc Cochrane peer* between the ina« bars toward World Series gi>!< ''The American League pennant i in the bag" say Mickey and pitchi "Schoolboy" Howe, "anj tli world scries, four in • raw fo Detroit." "The American Liberty League Is the name of a new organi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 September 1934

Sell Boy Exchang i v W0TDRE8, of anything, any | j place, any -time. Individual, group. Copies, 'enlargements etc—Geo. Jtathorn. 52-tf POSTED NOTICE This Is to noiify the public that AH .the J. A. Pastures arc posted, and hunting, trapping or fishing I*-not permitted and" all tresspass- ers will be prosecuted—CLINTON HENRY, Ass't. Mgr. 12-tf-c Lillian Newberry Chiropractor Magnetic Masseuse OTHERS HAVE GOT WELL, YOU CAN TOO. RAVENWOOD - NIGGERHEAD | SUNSHINE♦ MAITLAND I Best Colorado Coals *. | Sold Bi/ Your Coal Dealer DR. W. M. CURL DENTIST ttl FISH MEDICAL ART AND PROFESSIONAL BUILDING AMARILLO, — TEXAS in At Your Service What can a good Bank do foh YOU? Well, there are a lot of things besides safeguarding your savings or your sur- plus funds. Do you want important papers made out? Need advice about a business deal? Want to buy or sell stocks, bonds or mortgages? Need the services of a Not- ary for acknowledgment of legal pa- pers? A safe place for your valuables? All these and m...

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