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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 September 1934

|MVI W, MATSB1AL CUD AND AMABILLO, RUjl 1 II I m m I Props. IMPERIAL BARBER SHOP "The Ship That ApprrcUle* Taw Twfc". win help yaw bay* ar rirU appearance mare when they la icliaol than a haircut* In yow twa-tane and while thee* and have them Shower and Tab Baths 85c DTE D, ONLY SSc. Laundry Agency Come to see us. R. E. BLANTON, Prop. Cheapest Laundry Service Obtainable Washing Machine Service At 4c per pound, Nothing Ironed. Flat Work Ironed, 6c Per Pound. We now five you a Service cheaper than you can do It at heme regardless of whether you have a washing machine or net. Clothes returned ready to finish as desired. Everything Washed in Soft Water Neutralized Sterilized NO BUNDLES LESS THAN FIFTY CENTS See either barber shop or call 97 Clarendon Steam Laundry \ > CLARENDON, TEXAS. (Continued from First Paget Llckey, Evelyn Foot? und Louise Turner. We hope to have a good clr.ss this year and we will c'o our best to make it good.—Reporter. C. H. S. SEVENTH GRADE The Seventh Grade ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 September 1934

9* • k flM Mm iai mtck tnm bf leapa m< CLAUDE NEWS CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPT. 28, 1934. £ Sf: • 'vj-'l. HK -y Y * <# I :y Owls vs: Mustangs Today, Friday The Mustangs will have to put up a real scrap today, Friday, Sept. 28th, If they expect to bring home a vietcry against the Hedley Owl's eleven beefers. Such little "pewees" as Mitchell of the Owls, only 195 pounds and Heath, an- other little 195 pounder will take interesting parts in the Hedley vs: Mustang game, today at the Mus- tang Corral, Rodeo Grounds. There are no doubts In our minds but what the Mustangs can show these Hedley Heavy- weights what a real game of football is. With the Vega game of last Friday, under their belt, they are going after these Owls and give them a Royal Picking, Roasting and all the trimmings. All right Mustangs, we're behind you so make our beliefs more than mere dreams. 81st Birthday of Mrs. McCuIough Celebrated Sun. Last Sunday was 4- -etjt day for Grandma McCuT ' trhen ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 September 1934

NOTICE TO THE CREDITORS OF THE ESTATE OF MRS. LOUISE CALLIHAM, Deceased Notice Is hereby given that original Letters Testamentary on the Estate of Mrs. Louise Calll- ham, Deceased, were granied to me on the 11th day of September. 1934, by the County Court of Arm- strong County. All persons having fhinn against said estate are hereby required by law to present fly* wine to me within the time prescribed by law. My residence and postafflce ad- dress is Claude, in Armstrong County, Texas. 6-c J. L. Pafford, Executor. WASHINGTON . . . DaiM W. Brit (above), to hi acting Direct- or 9f (he Federal Budget, on appota- neat by Prwidsat RooMvelt follow- lag the resignation ot Lewto Doagtaa ot Arizona. same time due to the slow pro- duction but we expect to reach them all before winter," C. Z Crain. in charge of production, said. to iHi iii.- itm km face doea away with the-road driving. At night ctoariy defined edges, and pro- perty of reflecting lights at fog distances, provides greater visibil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 September 1934

or lease— Bull—R. El l-t-c Commerical Photo* Enlarging WANTED—A New Perfection OU Move, to buy cv trade for— Scott Hon. 6-p ALL SHOES—dyed any color you nuty desire at the SHOE HOSPIT- > AL SIB Taylor Street, Amarlllo,' Texas. 7-c1 h POSTED NOTICE This Is to notify the public that kit the J. A. Pastures are posted, and hunting, trapping or fishing is not permitted and all tresspass- ers will be prosecuted.—CLINTON HENRY, Ass't. Mgr. 12-tf-c L. B. GODWIN Attorney-at-Law Paramount Building Amarlllo, Texas -4 V* DR. W. M. CURL DENTIST *17 FISK MEDICAL ART AND PROFESSIONAL BUILDING AMAR'LLO, — TEXAS WHAT V ALUES I *E70 W 4.40x21 $6— — 4.50 x 20 *6-— 4.50x21 *6-— 4.75 x 19 *7*2 - 5.00 x 19 Subject tochmnfie without notice and to any Govern- ment mi tmx or levy You say you wish you had lots of money like Grandpa? No doubt. If you investi- gate, you'll find that back in the "gay nineties" he was a hustler. Of course in those days when in his Sunday clothes he was rigged out in a rimless...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 September 1934

mi Ikq m pH «< U iA ilkhw, Am, Mi NOTIONS, whew jm here JM M cheap aa when jtmi go U thine*. TRY US. UK bat not least we I a tali KM W STATU A FANCY OKOCER1ES Mid «ll to • chance to flgare yoar next Grocery BUI, and then m yea win five it to as. A Cordial Invitation ALWAYS AvsMe yon at our store. C. R. GUYN, Prop. I CLASSIQUE BEAUTY SHOP | SUCCESSOR TO POST OFFICE BEAUTY SHOP Located Over FAIR THEATRE, Aimrillo, Texas Guaranteed Permanent Waves $1.95 - $2.50 - $3.50 - $5.00 ONLY — STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS MATERIAL USED AND FIRST- CLASS WORKMANSHIP. OVER FAIR THEATRE BUILDING, AMARILLO, TEXAS Mr. and Mrs. Ewing, Props. THE IMPERIAL BARBER SHOP "The Shop That Appreciates Your Trade". What will help your boys or sirls appearance more when they start to school than a haircut? Brine in vour two-tone and white shoes and have them DYED, ONLY 35c. Laundry Agency Shower and Tub Baths 25c Come to see us. R. E. BLANTON, Prop. mm tMlfM LOUIfl PtOWMT1 i Fourteenth Installment SYNOPSIS Three weeks...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 October 1934

ill i V V - i 1 Mm: Three per cent of itaoald be aet aside ta newopaper advertising every year. Try h in The Ntwi aad watch your boriaeea crew by leape and bounds. CLAUD NEWS far have About the plaee er bring yeaeese thltag yea mmi at a bargain. Try M in The NeA at only I cents a wer*. VOLUME 46. rrrs^ CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY OCT. 5, 1934. NUMBER S. Pres. Texas Fed- eration Women's Clubs Visits Here Saturday, September 29th, will long be remembered as an out- standing day in the Armstrong Mustangs Swamp Hedley Owls 24 to 12 Last Fri. Crop Reduction Needed Here by A. B. Chapin The Claude High School Mus- tangs won their first game in two seasons when they toppled County Federation of Women's (ovei. the Hedley Owls to the sum umn day. The skies were blue, the Clubs. It was an ideal early Aut- September sun was warm and bright, and the Panhandle wind lay low. The auditorium of the Methodist church of Claude was beautifully decorated with glorious autumn flowers, astors,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 October 1934

iOCNMttcaufe I Claaa Mali 10M*r. ■VERY FRIDAY I ' n ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ County, year.—llJt the County, jtw MM m£ PUtt >N tag i**1 which makas a total of ms.Ml 000.00 to Texas farmers lor curatllment of production of crops and live stock. This vast sum to in addition to what they woe^ through the regular sale of their crops and live stock and in ad- dition to what they received for .drouth _rftlW • Some business men should learn to rest and play once In a while. Many of them do not seem to un- derstand the meanlni? of either word. A whole lot of them spend too much time in pcrsult of the dollar. Some of them have to Some don't. If many of them would take a vacation once In a while, forget business for a time and rest up in mind and bod>, they would be better off and so would their business. A needed vocation gives health and pleasure. The munitions °makers kept the war going at least an extra two not tar Bk numMOol l:W>. Whan wo bellm In OtelK. w- pent toward Christ, confess our faith...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 October 1934

* ■k ^ ^ V k f 4 T f >4 Or Exchange (2.95 per gallon (or Prpstone, the perfect ANTI PftEEZE—at FAT. HOODS STATION. io-p Portraits, Commcrfcal Photos, Kodak Finishing, Enlarging.— HATHORN. WANTED—A New Perfection I Oil Stove, to buy or trade for—' Scott Hogg. e-p! ALL SHOES—dyed any color you may desire at the SHOE HOSPIT-1 AI, 518 Taylor Street, Amnrlllo,' Texas. 7-n POSTED NOTICE This Is to notify the public that all the J. A. Pastures 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 L. B. GODWIN Attorney-at-Law Paramount Building Amarillo, Texas DR. W. M. CURL DENTIST *17 FISK MEDICAL ART AND PROFESSIONAL BUILDING AMARILLO, — TEXAS Let us again learn to enjoy the things that are free to everyone. Let us again impress our fellowmen not with a display of wealth, but with kind- liness, sincerity, love and understanding Let us again find happiness and peace in friendship, family and home. Let ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 October 1934

Fifteenth Installment SYNOPSIS Tbrtr* week* after a cream colored rg«d iter had beta found wrecked in the set Ar.no Cutting appear at lhe deaert town Aianton. I.atcr she niarriea Barry Duaue. Her hie is complicated by rumor* about her past life which she has kept secret. This secrecy eventually leads to her sep ■ ration with Barry, after they return West. Jobu Gage, wealthy roil) owner, and his wife visit the Duanes at their ranch, (leo Pendleton, iu lote with Marry, join? them, .lini Kennedy, a pan of Anue's past, appears and "ays lie has business at Barry' ranch. Anne follow* him to warn Paula tlagr. Paula become* hysterical on hearing Anne's voice. left him and got the divorce. I never saw liim again until last May. And then I got a letter from liiin, from Tia Jtiana. He said the divorce wasn't legal and I was 50 frightened, because thai meant that I wasn't really mar- 1 ried to you. But it wasn't true at all— I found it out later.'' At the end of the passage leading tr the kitch...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 October 1934

'•* .• V V '***"*>' • •*..« ' •d^W.ifrwfiAtf.'.- •V'V".-rf>'-'r>.;W •|/ ^'.- *,i -< 'f/ :"-jr.' «'J«- efpf IS®' '"l',i:i; ". $ <s s«« •;-■"* llMMi I wMl B; . >?.;i -r , Mr. Bostnesa Man: Three per cent of yoar gross income should be set aside for newspaper advertising every year. Try it and your business will increase by leaps and bounds. Volume -i6. miM - lii h-Ammkim wrcaSfl .-..a ... ...,.fv.,^.. __ ... ■. <?. • i ■ ■ 1. •■ s^;wW> "'' * .* "• ••• r m,fr: ■ - ■■• ;.v!j t.■ V-- >; ' t ' "' MBBi . BBRv. .Ml MAGAZINE SECTION CLAUDE NEWS WANT ADS at only 2e a word will sell somethi'? for eaih yon hare about the place er u.tng yon somathint/' yon need at a btrjain. Try it in The Claude News at ealy He ptr T-ord. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1934. NUMBER 5. 8. K* OH-! WHAT A Mice DOG- / -•"a -M-i3rtiMKferet4o^P;|||7 U. 8. Pat. Of!.; 1934 by ^n: Tm. Reg U. 8. Pat. OfT.; 1934 by United Feature Syndicate, In'c -and he Keeps COMING- RIGHT TO...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 October 1934

V*.v By J. C. DUVAL N the fall of 1842 Indians were more troublesome than ever on the Texas frontier. You couldn't stake a horse out at night with expectation of finding it next morning, and a fellow's scalp wasn't safe on his head outside of his own cabin," said Big Foot Wallace, in a history written by J. C. Duval, entitled, "The Adventures of Big Foot Wallace." "The people on the frontier at last came to the con- clusion that something had to be dontx or else they would be compelled to fall back on the settlements, which would have been reversing the natural order of things, so we met by agreement at my ranch, organized a company of 40 men, and next time the Indians came down from the mountains we took their trail, determined to follow it as long as our horses held out. The trail led us up toward the headwaters of the Llano river, and on the third day out I dis- covered a great many signal smokes rising in the direction we were travel- ing. That night we camped near a water hole,...

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

CUR %> mbk&p _ _ . WfflG'f m ME N T j- V The School Bells Are Ringing HE children are all back in school now. The school house didn't burn down like Johnnie may have hoped it would, and while the hard times and drouth have decreased tax money, yet the school boards as a general rule say the term will last as long as -usual. The tornado | may have come perilously near some of 1 the school houses, tearing down shacks j and blowing down trees, but I haven't 1 heard of any school house being de- j stroyed. Therefore Johnnie and Bobbie have had to take up the burden of life, | and as I write, some thirty million boys and girls in this country have been call- ed to what was denominated in my school days as "books." The schools of the South in reconstruction times were vastly different from what they are now and if we old fellows didn't learn much it possibly was because we didn't have much chance. Most of the teach- ers who taught me could hardly pass the fifth grade in our modern ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 October 1934

1 _ MONUMENT STOLEN officers are looking for a man who apparently has assured him- self of a tombstone after death. A grave marker, weighing 300 pounds, ■was loaded on a truck and stolen from the yard of a Denison monument com- pany. HIGHEST POSTOFFICE IN TEXAS Frijole, in the Guadalupe mountains, near Van Horn, at an altitude of about 8,000 feet, is the highest postoffice in Tekas. The town consists chiefly of a government station that reports weath- er in the mountains. MUST ENLARGE MUSEUM The pioneer museum at Bandera will ]*ave to be enlarged to twice its pres- ljil size. It has received so many frontier relics from early settlers that present size of the native stone building is insufficient to display them to ad- vantage. The museum was established and is maintained by J. M. Hunter, newspaper publisher of Bandera. CLAIMS GRANDMOTHER HONORS Mrs. Thomas Todd, 35 years old, of the Twitty community, near Shamrock, is credited with being the youngest grandmother in that section of ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 October 1934

*■■" " >OLITAN ||w|||| | fort worth COMPLETELY RENOVISED IarttM Ton—Arlington Downs Races—Date Oct. 25 to Nov. 12. 200 ROOMS — R. L. Watson, Manager — $1.00 UP i jui ^ of u m NO DUES ARE ASSESSED The Panhandle Livestock Association is one organiza- tion of large membership in Texas that assesses no dues. Jay Taylor, president, thus explains: 'Tor several years after the association was organized, dues were charged, and charg- ed was right. But the dues were hard to collect. So we just decided to quit that .part of it. When we have to have funds for some important " purpose, we get a bunch of wmen together and raise it. e have raised as much as $1,200 in 15 minutes." The association, which takes in all of the Panhandle and parts of Oklahoma and New Mexico, has a member- ship of more than 3,000. HIGHER TURKEY PRICES SEEN It is going to cost more to grace the Thanksgiving and Christmas tables with tur- keys this year than last sea- son, so growers and produce dealers say. And as mig...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 October 1934

FARMS AND RANCHES TEXAS FOR SALE OR TRADE-S acres unim- proved In two block Simmons Univer- •Ity, Abilene. A. F. Ligon, BiiUlnger. TexM. WILL sacrifice my equity in 201) acres, alio aell S small tracts 26 miles south San Antonio, Texas. 420 N. Florcs St. OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA Farm. Bryan County, acres trade for property near ban tonio. A. Gruber. 109 S. St. Street. San Antonio, Texas. 200 An- Mary's MISSOURI 80-ACRE terms. V. improved farm, price $650 ; R. Blankenship, Hartville. Mo. FLORIDA FLORIDA farm and fruit land; 2Vi acres, 369; $1 down, $1 week. E. V. E. Larsen, 1] is bee Bldg., Jarkaonville, Fla. , NEW MEXICO SPECIAL RANCH BARGAIN—2.400 acres improved. Irrigation land improved at low price; town property (.heap; all good stuff. Write for special prices. E. H. Laughter, Uox 541, Porta iettf New Mexico. SALE OR TRADE—*640 acres in Estancia Valley bean district. Well improved. Plenty water. Box 395, Estancia, N. M. POULTRY AND EGOS KAZMEIER White Leghorn Pullets 5 months' old 85c ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 October 1934

>m*MMKK£hNmr A ty«nt*l (ttltudM tl... '•mint In yeuir field, wm MM >'! h « W* in lt« your inquiry' tour d- fctllcv* our Mt*lc* 0«B u of mnMrUl kelp to you. PfOvl Younj t«r 'I hey HARRY NKWTO* NtMONNEL CO * Reaoanlxod Pltn (or Aldlnf m Womr ly Their Niturw Best Fitted. IM IVAN B. BARER Nell F. Andereen HI Pert Wertlt. Tern NEW SUBVWY BEING MADE A survey of the metropoli- tan areas of the State, now under way, embraces a study of all activities under the di- rection of the municpal au- thorities in the various areas studied, including police and fire protection, health safe- guards, schools and play- aground activities. This sur- vey, the first of its kind un- dertaken in the South, has for its aim the analyzation of existing conditions in the larger cities of Texas and their environs, with a view to making possible suggestion of needed reforms in muni- cipal policies. The study em- braces five cities of more -than 100,000 population and their immediate surround- ings. namely. D...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 October 1934

Ratliff's Gold Medal Chill Con Came and Tama- les Make a Delicious Combi- nation Dish for the Evening Meal. Order Today From Your Grocer. END FRECKLES AND EAD %<QU1CK No matter how dull and dark j our com- plexion, how freckled and coarsened by sun and wind, Nudinola Bleaching Cream, tested and trusted for over u generation, will whiten, clear and smooth your bkin to new beauty. Just appjy tonight; no massaging, no rubbing. Nadinola begins its beautifying work while you sleep. Then day-by-day improvement until your com- plex;on is creamy white, satin-smooth, lovely. No disappointments; no long waiting; money back guarantee. # At toi- let counters, or by mail postpaid, only 50c. NADINOLA, Box W-9, Paris, Tenn. cNodinola Ukacning Cream GONZALES TO CELE- BRATE Gonzales, founded in 1825, was a thriving town before Texas gained its independence from Mexico. Tn 193o it will be 111 years old and will hold a celebration of its own along with the Texas Centennial celebration. The first fl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 October 1934

■ y k'i r m : :■ 'Jy • Mr. Bualncw Man: Three per cent of T0«r gron income should be set aside loi newspaper advertising every year. Try It la The News and watch jour bnstaeM (row by leaps and bounds. CLAUDE NEWS Want Aivwtfataf at oaljr I seals a word will sdl sowotH— far soak ym bare a bo at the place sr brio* yoosoiM tWn* job need at a barfata. Try II In The New* at only t cento a word. VOLUME 46. CLAUDE. ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY OCT. 12, 1934 NUMBER 6. Claudeites Take Zephyr For Clar- endon Saturday Who May Have Relief Work in Our County. Several people of Claude had the pleasure of riding on the ZEPHYR, the Burlington Rail- road's "Stainless Steel" train that makes 127 miles or more an hour when at Its best. Those Invited to visit with high railroad officials and ride from Claude to Clarendon last Saturday from 2:50 to 3:30 p. m. were: County Judge and Mrs. Mathews, BUI Clifton, Local Ruilroad Agent Bates Walker, A. V. Nelson and grandson, Merle Joe Nelson, Mrs. Phoebe K...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 October 1934

'?«":■'t ^ v.f' > ggpjfc1.-:: y.:;y*.\ • yj$v*; .... i- ■: ' '. ■' ' v '■ * *• •'■ • ''•£&$< '■ - <Mmw. Iff News\ rAOOONXR. dtr-Ownr i at U Post OttiM at Claude i M Seeond Class |UU Ibtttr. rUBURMOED MVKRY FMDA* fabacrtpUM Mm In Armstrong County. y*r.—II-#® Mitslda the County, ywr JU0 •*r AaaocuTWN ■ ME) PRIM / * r^A NOTICE TO THE CREDITORS OF THE ESTATE OK MRS. LOUISE CAIX1HAM, Deceased Notice is hereby given that original Letters Testamentary on the Estate of Mm. Louise Calli- ham, Deceased, wire granted to me on the llth day of September 1934. by the County Court of Arm- strong County. Ail persons claims against said hereby required by the same to me having estate are law to present within the time prescribed by law. My residence and dress is Claude. County, Texas. J. L. Pafford, Executor. postoft'ice ad- in Armstrong 6-c Do Your Glasses Distort? Because your glasses were satisfactory when first pre- scribed Is no guarantee of present fitness to your needs. As your e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 October 1934

* I * f* * > i V r U ■ :^.Y ■ Want, To Sell Buy Or Exchange Ycrang Rhode Island roosters for •ale.—Mrs. J. c. Yeaman. 6-p y " " I A 12.85 per gallon for Prcslone, the'* perfect ANTI FREEZE—at PAT HOODS STATION. io-p Not Bragging Portraits, Commerlcal Photon, Kodak Finishing, Enlarging. HATHORN. WANTED-A New Oil Stove, to buy or Scott Hogg. Perfection trade for—! 0-p!| ALL SHOES—dyed any color you may desire at the SHOE HOSPIT-j Al, 518 Taylor Street, Amarillo, | Texas. 7-c POSTED NOTICE This is to 1101 lfy the public that ell the J. A. Pastures are posted, and hunting, trapping or fishing Ls not permitted and all • tresspass- ers will be prosecuted.—CLINTON HENRY, Asst. Mgr. 12-tl-c You needn't start fanning. This is not HOT AIR. Its just a friendly little heart-to-heart talk to the people of this community. Our Bank is not the BIGGEST BANK in America. We don't KNOW IT ALL, or attempt to dictate to ANYBODY. There's only one reason why we are here. It is to try to serve the commun...

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