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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 February 1935

p.. .. ^ ^ . pws', , y.;.;. Wi.! ': " K® w ' ■ Sfafh-'-' ■' " V' "?' ' , WWM U R R E N T COMMENT BtH0^ FRKE Thank Yoii! iBW . Jit) RECEIVED more than 200 Chrlst- IIII mas greetings from readers of the yfcnl Magazine Section and I want to take this opportunity to thank all those who remembered me so graci- ously At least two-thirds who sent hie cards also sent exceedingly kind let- tern I wonder if it would lie indelicate In att old man quoting a few of the more encouraging messages? Anyway, here are some of them selected at random s Mrs* J* H, Deaver of Jay ton! ''We have read your Christmas Commen- taries and enjoyed them very much* 1 wish you were Santa Claus, The Christ- mas story did me good* God bless you." Mrs* Jennie Logan of Cost, Texas; "I am still enjoying your comments. What Wonderful things you would do if you *>ere Santa Claus* That, indeed, is a Bweet message* I only hope you were Santa Claus and that this Christmas- time will be most joyous of all to you," Mrs* J* ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 February 1935

rmmm my pfix ss®] r«" TO MEXICO INCREASE Exports to Mexico from the United States in the ten-month period of 1934 were valued at $46,418,542 by Com- merce Department estimates, against $80,880,090 for similar periods in 1933. CHARTERS SHOW SLUMP An 8 per cent decline in numbers and a 21 per cent decline in capitalization of Texas charters in 1934 as compared to 1933 is shown in a survey issued by the University of Texas bureau of busi- ness research. BORN IN REPUBLIC OF TEXAS Dr. Isaac L. Van Zandt, age 95, qne of the oldest practicing physicians in Texas, died at his home in Fort Worth, January 10. Dr. Van Zandt was born in 1840 at Marshall, Texas, under the Lone Star Flag of the Republic of Tex- as. He was brother of Major K. M. Van Zandt, founder of the Fort Worth National Bank, and for many year3 commander-in-chief of the United Con- federate Veterans of the South. TEXAS WATERWAYS GET OVER $3,000,000 A total of more than $3,000,000 will be expended by the Board of Army engineers...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 February 1935

«*Wy' ' ■' ""f* ft •'•WSSflfB .;• •- ''■■• -r • ;• mm}?:-*® ■■'< "'■■ W^ iM|PPBll'i! f MELT DEAD $}RFACE SKIN! RMgh Shin corim smooth... ittk thh Skin Softener i (le/OOut«r«kIn '•V'Vv^V" i — the horny W5>V '. .'>~C:' cells on 3V 1,8 8llrla,'° finr •\ V■'*«rV* 'L> UP- canning fc' V« * roughncuB. k noted dermatologist says: | "Harsh, dry skin is eauBod by pad, horny cells which cling to tiur- skin. The keratolytic proper- t!f<i in vanishing cream melt these dried-out cells. Then the young, fresh, underlying cells are seen." Apply Pond's Vanishing Cream after your nightly cleansing. Leave it on,all night. In the morning, your skin will be soft, clear. Use it in I he day, too, as a powder base. The smooth finish this cream gives your skin makes powder go on evenly, stay fresh for hours. Gopyriffht. I9H5. Ffm-i'i Extract Company A LITTLE FUN Jokes to Make You Laugh Mamma the Bbsa "Are you really my grandma?" asked t mall Johnnie when his grandmother whom he had never seen,...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 February 1935

tous Artists—Quality Recording Price 35c — 3 tor $i;oo AT ALL MUSIC STORES SONGS OF THE SOUTHWEST •MM GIT ALONG HOME CINDY ROY NEWMAN and hi, BOYS Vocal Durt with Iiuitr. Accump. CHICKEN REEL—Old Time Playlnc ROY NEWMAN and hl BOYS tt«8! BROWN SKIN GAL—Initr. (Old Time Plajrini).. .THE MASSEY FAMILY (Down the Lane) HOT ROMANCE— Inntr.—(Old Time Playing)... .THE MASSEY FAMILY *1871 THERE'S A LITTLE GRAY MOTHER DREAMING—W. LEE O'DANIEL and hie LIGHT CRUST DOUGHBOYS—Voc. Duet with Inntr. Acc. MY MARY—Vocal with lni.tr. Accomp. 02873 GET ABOARD THAT SOUTH BOUND TRAIN—Vocal Duet with Guitar- and Piano..JIM BOYD & AUDREY DAVIS (The Kanaae Hill Billiea) I HEAR AN OLD TRAIN A'COMIN'—'Vocal Duet with Guitar and Violin ..JIM BOYD ft AUDREY DAVIS (The Kanaae Hill Billiea) 01974 THE PRISONER'S DREAM—Vocal Duet with Banjo ft Guitar—Allen Broe. MERCY MERCY BLUES—Vocal nolo with Guitar and Kaaoo Accomp ALLEN BROTHERS 02851 RIDIN' OLE PAINT AND LEADING OLE BALD—W. LEE O'DANIEL and TEXAS PLAINS ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 February 1935

,ra®. INOE-DININQ- SLKEPING CARS Nww •r>u4 lJrJBSL Haul** mm «>■ fort now o - jtlmnl Spaeltl be and Minn poll>. nmt in (hmi 1 CanU ■ all* for coach tlckota . . . on4 lor roundtiip tickets good In alMpan. I Conto • mile for ono mr tickota good In olMporo. Slatpor lira rcducod one-third. TRAVEL BT TRAIN FOR COMFOKT —SAFETY—ECONOMY Write T. H. WILHELM, Genert) Pouengir Agtnt, Fort Worth. Ton*. 111 THINGS WORTH REMEM- BERING i'he number of pension rises, covering all wars, on the government roll now total more than 885,000. The telegraph and tele- phone wires you see strung along highways weigh about 208 pounds to the mile. World War veterans are dying at the rate of 80 every day or 30,000 a year. Howard Carter, American member of the expedition which opened the tomb of King Tut-ankh-Amen, in Egypt, is now searching for the wife of that ancient Egyptian, Queen Ankh-essen- Amen. Most fish have teeth, shed t:m many times during their !. and always grow new ones to rcplace them. ]...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 February 1935

IP hi "r :i ,4* m ;f$| k fcl*: 4B( fc# ■' f I PM • ''• ' - ' ADMI 3RIGHT tiMit EARLY ^htxftJvLfv (j ^Dtuiccui G< ovtL qjz PICKS YOU UP" COFFEE is "America's favorite beverage." Ad- miration is the favorite coffee of Texans be- cause—it tastes better. Coffee is a food — a wholesome, satisfying, stimulating food. Serve your family and friends with a coffee that adds to their comfort and sense of well-being. There's nothing finer than a cup of Admiration Coffee to overcome that "tired out" feeling at the close of a hard day. If you prefer a milder coffee, Bright & Early, at a few cents less per pound, makes a delicious cup, too. J U NCAN COFFEE COMPANY -f-\~ ScruJJv^r^tX (Jnftitutlcri YEAR HENCE The opinion of a majority of non-political Washington, D. C., analysts is that the whole of 1935 will be a slow climb out of depression. Progress will be definite but tedious. Encouragin" factors will outweigh discouraging factors—but mod e r a t e 1 y. There will be no big boom. Little ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 February 1935

A Mr. Bulnen Man: Three per eent of yow (Tom income should be let uide foi ne wi pa per advertising every yew. Try It in The News and watch your business graw by leaps and bound*. ■ CLAUDE NEWS Wart far have about the place or brine yoaiow* thine you noed at a barrain. Try It In The News at only 2 cent* a word. VOLUME 46. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTV, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEB. 8, 1935. NUMBER S3. A > r Percy K. Brian Another Pioneer Goes to Reward £.lr. Brian peacefully departed * .Is lift* Friday Morning, February 1st, 1935. He was the only child of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Brian, of Lexington. Oklahoma. He was born near Baton Rouge, Louisana. Oct. 4. 1861, but at the age of eleven years his parents moved to Ken- tucky, then a few years later to Tioga, Texas, where they made their home. They were ploneefr people, moving a little later to the Indian Territory. He was a typical pioneer, holding responsible positi- on:; and helping stamp out out- laws there. He assisted in many ways in helping ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 February 1935

gjfc L —— Iat tba Port Otm* at Otaudt , M feoood Otaas Mall ItelWr. ■vntv iiudat County, jtmt 11.80 Um County, year ISM NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS, DEPOSITORS * CREDITORS OF FIRST STATE BANK Claude, Texas (toy el January A. t>. 1M5. W. Stewart, County Court. Arm- n strong County, Tsxm. Heroin faH not. and have you then and there before said oourt this writ with your return thereon endorsed showing how you have executed the same. Olven under my hand and the seal of said Court, at office In Claude. Texas, this the 31st day of January A. D. 1935. 1-t-c Chas. W. Stewart, Clerk County Court. Arm- ss strong County, Texas. :0: 61.287 acres In 62 counties were terraced by 4-H club boys as part of their year's club work. More terracing should be done here. :0: Beef canning plants operated by j the Texas Relief Commission at 122 points throughout the state -have added 50.000.000 cans of men' to the store of food for relief roll clients of Texas and wore without doubt the most important single ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 February 1935

wmm SBSH ®PW r Want, To Sell Buy k r i !r Exchange When in Amarillo. ASK DR. HYDEN ABOUT YOUR EYES. 16c r < >< T ' r 4 \ t\ ■ KEEP SMILING with Kelley's Apples, and get your supply of Grape fruit, potatoes and beans at KELLEY'S. ONLY 2-CENTS A WORD—may sell something you have about the place, worthless to you, or bring you the very thing you need. Try it in the Claude News at ONLY 2-cents a word. X 23 years in Amarillo. DR. HYDEN, Eyesight Specialist. 10-c PLYMOUTH ANI) DeSOTO FOR 1935 Showing and Demonstration at Sam Smith's Garage, Saturday, Jan. 19th. Ride in a New Plymouth and you will be convinced it is the best low priced car ever built. —E. T. Hughlett, Dealer. 1-t-c C. R. GUYN Where you can supply the entire needs of the family. Here, you can not only get Staple & Fancy Groceries, at LOW- ER PRICES than many other places; but you can also supply your Wants in work clothing, shoes, house dresses, shirts, and Tinware, Enamel ware and all kinds of NOTIONS and Odds ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 February 1935

MARQARLT £. SANGSTE& Final Instalment ' Ellen wasn't thinking for herself iny more. "Let's go quickly, Dick," (she said. That was all. "Let's go!" J There wai a knock on the door. |It was a knock that carried hysteria with it, which is a curious thing for a knock to do! It made Dick turn with a nervous start—the unexpect- edness of it. Dick, with a muttered exclamation, strode over and flung the portal wide. "Oh," he said, rather weakly. But Jane, standing in the door- way, wasn't looking at Dick. She was looking past him toward EUen. "I rather thought I'd find you here," she said bitterly. "I went first to your house, but you weren't there. I think you'd better come with me, to Tony." Ellen had advanced a step for- ward, toward Jane. Her hands were outstretched, pitifully, to the other girl—she might have been a child beggar asking for bread. Her eyes were great wells of apprehension. "Why should I come with you to jTony?" she asked. "Did he send :you for me? Does he want me? W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 February 1935

krtt .Jj,ii. r . Mr. Buiineai Man: Three per cent of your (rota income should be act aside foi newspaper advertising every year. Try it In The Newt and watch your biuinew grew by leaps and bounds. CLAUDE NEWS Want •t Nil I ward wHi sell something for eaafc yea have about the place or brine yea mm thine you need at a bargain. Try it In The New* at only 2 cents a ward. A V y 4 r VOLUME 46. CLAUDE. ARMSTRONG COUNTV, TEXAS, FKIDAY, FEB. 15, 1935. N I'M BEE Z4. Had A Short Talk With Gov. James V. Allied Friday and Saturday of last week this editor and son, Noel, attended the Mid-Winter session of The Texas Press Association at Austin. Texas. We left Claude at 10:20 Thurs- day night of last week; arrived in Dallas at 7:45 next morning; took the M. K. & T. Railway at 8:15 for Austin and arrived In Austin nt 3:30 Friday afternoon. Return- ing home, via Ft. Worth, we left Austin at 3:15 Sunday afternoon and arrived in Claude Monday morning at 7:20. The three days business visit at Austin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 February 1935

A, News] iii irifni?iiriiiiiTf 1 V.. ' ' I ... ".'V^4 ?:' > iit.-a-.i wilt succeed Just as the farmers, business men and other smaller TTT, j, ~ "-T Trw I institutions succeed. Having taken r. WAOOONKR, Htr-ownr | gldeg the Iarmer and wage earner, we could not do anything for them, without) at the same time helping the smaller banks, for when the Farmers and Merch- ants succeed, the small banks suc- ceed In proportion. Therefore, we relnterate that the Claude News Is the Small Banks Best Friend. :0: I at the Post Offlae at Claud* , as Second Glass Mall Matter. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Subscription Bates to Armstrong County, year—41.60 Sutslde the County, year 1360 f a telegram NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS, DEPOSITORS A CREDITORS OF FIRST STATE BANK Claude, Texas Notice is hereby given that at a stockholders meeting held in First State Bank. Claude. Texas, on Dec. 31st. 1934, a resolution was unanimously adopted placing the affairs of said bank in voluntary liquidation. All depositors and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 February 1935

> y r I A • Want, To Sell Buy Or Exchange PLYMOTH-DeSOTO—Before you buy a cr.r, either NEW or USED see me.—E. T. HUBHLETT, deal- er. 24-tf mm n'T' hi i- FREE—One Package of 25 PRO- BAKE SAFETY RAZOR BLADES to each New or Re-Newal Sub- scriber to the Claude News. First Come, First Served. Get your pac- kage of 25 blade's today. 27-c When In Amarlllo. ASK DR. HYDEN ABOUT YOUR EYES. 16c REMINGTON PARTABLE — Typewriter, used as a demonstra- tor for a short time to sell at ONLY $20. Formerly sold at $05. Call 97, or call at the News of- fice. 25-c. ONLY 2-CENTS A WORD—may sell something you have about the place, worthless to you, or bring you the very thing you need. Try It In the Claude News at ONLY 2-cents a word. 23 years In Amarlllo. DR. HYDEN, Eyesight Specialist. 10-c POSTED NOTICE This is to notify the public that all the J. A. Pastures are posted, and hunting, trapping or fishing Is not permitted and all tresspass- ers will be prosecuted.—CLIN TON HENRY, Ass't. Mgr. 12-tf-c I ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 February 1935

WWm AUTOCMftS SI**. First Installment Fog veiled the timbers of Yesler's Wharf that July morning in a ghostly sparkle, which quivered to the roar of trucks and freshly shod hooves and to the skirling invisible flight of gulls around a phantom (hip. The spectre alongside was the ghost of a ship once dead. On the hood of one of her wheels, as it wavered above the stringpiece, the faded letters "Ccorye E. Starr, Se- attle," trickled through an ancient glaze of rust and soot They iden- tified all that was mortal of a con- demned side - wheel ferry-boat, which had been dragged from the boneyard to make a first, and in a way a posthumous, voyage beyond the Sound. But to the men on the wharf, this derelict was an argosy. Her musty reek of cresote, bilge and old ropes was the aroma of romance. The brawl of the trucks that loaded her was a song of gold. And there was, in fact, a weaving lilt of music in the roar. It came from a quieter eddy in the fog where a man was playing an accor- dion, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 February 1935

i: Thraa pm not of ■hoald ba wt add* for i w |Mnm advtrUtinf trtrj jet. Try It In The New« and watch your buslAMs pw by leap* and bound*. zm$- r .«•>. ' '. * 'i'% NEWS Waal lor eaak yw kan abMrt tha plaea «r brlnr yaaaaaa tkki yn naed at a bargain. Try tt la Tba News at only I crata a ward. S : *i t y V r t VOLUME 4p. CLAUDE. ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEB. 22, 1935. NUMBER M. Argus Published In Claude Forty- Five Years Ago Minute book one. pages 1 and 2, of the District Court of Arm- strong Co. shows that Judge O. A. Brown, District Judge of the 40 District Court, on March 1st, 1890, after Armstrong County was or- ganized. set the time for the con- vening of Court, that the order was published in the ARGUS, a newspaper published in the town of Claude, the Publisher being W. 8. Decker, as shown by his afflduvlt of date June 4th, 1890. before John Hoffer, first Clerk of Armstrong County. Judge G. A. Brown had the dis- tinction of being the only District Judge who served as D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 February 1935

Ti WA000HE1I. Bdtf-OWM lillHl at the fort Offtw t OlwkH It*M. aa Second oiaw Mall Matter. PUBLI8HED HVERY FRIDAY Subscription Rate* la Armstrong County, year.—91.60 Jntatde the County, year 12.60 NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS, DEPOSITORS & CREDITORS OF FIRST STATE BANK Claude. Texas Notice is hereby given that at a stockholders meeting held in First State Bank. Claude. Texas, on Dec. 31st. 1934. a resolution was unanimously adopted placing the affairs of said bank in voluntary liquidation. All depositors and other creditors are hereby notified to call at the First National Bank. Claude. Texas, and present thPir claims for payment The htutMB, the tiom'i eon, Is, according to Columbia university physicists, 1*10,MO,004,006,000 Of an inch in diameter. :0: — Written documents discovered In Egypt by H. J. Milne, of the British Museum, prove that there was an efficient system of short- hand for writing the Greek lang- uage as early as 250 B. C. :0: A dancing teacher on the Fort Peck Indian r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 February 1935

I I "H if ' •'Hr.'-V;'.; '.<-• ■M W. M. U. MEETING Wednesday, Feb. 27th. Hostess—Mrs. Crain, Leader—Mrs. Dunn, Let Figures Talk—Mrs. Baker, Enemies of the Banner—Mrs. Wilshlre. Home Missions Lifting the Ban- ner—Mrs. Stewart, Banner Stories—Mrs. Russell, Debates, Debators and a New Deal—Mrs. Florence Hood. Two Banners—Mrs. Caldwell. -:o- WORTHY CLUB Mrs. Kauffman entertained the Worthy Club. February 14th, with :!! a Valentine Program. The Club had a fine time, a big dinner and quilted a quilt for the hostess. I There were 24 members present: and three visitors, Mrs. Sanders and Mrs. Heath of Pampa, and *k"~ Mrs. D. C. Dodge of Claude. The A next meeting will be with Mrs. j Parson, the 28th of February. We are very proud so many of our members were present.—Reporter. ' Want, To Sell Buy Or Exchange CITY SHOE SHOP We are now handling the Lillee- White Cream Separator Oil. We believe that if you try it once, you will use it permanently. It makes your separator run like new. We get ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 February 1935

tmmmm Iwbrey 9mn*. * AUTOCAtTtR 51HY fi?V Second Installment SYNOPSIS Strange friend* they were "-young Ed Maitland, whose father* had followed the aea from New Eng land, but who had atarted north to majte his fortune when the first new* of the Yukon gold And In '97 found him stranded on the Pacific coast; and Speed Malone, who told little enough or his past hut admitted to a knowl- edge of all the gold camps. With ten dollars- -half of Maltland's total wealth •—Speed gets Into a game of Solo, and leems to be winning, Maitland knew nothing of the game but was fascinated by the movement of his companion's hands while dealing. The fingers that moved so suppMy over the keys of an accordion, seemed to lure music of another kind from the smooth cards, as he riffled and snapped them into place and shot them out with clean precision, dropping the last of the round and the three cards of the widow almost in one gesture. He won the next bid with a heart tolo. This time his opponents did not ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 March 1935

Mi. Inlnii Mia: Three per cent of your pom Income should be act aside for newspaper advertising every year. Try It In The News and watch your business crew by leaps and bounds. CLAUDE NEWS Want AdvsrtWnc at saly I Mia a ward will sell somethlnc (or cash yea have a boat the place or bring yen mm thin# you need at a bargain. Try It In The News at only 1 cent* a ward. VOLUME 46. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRI., iVIARCH 1, 1935. NUMBER 26. X k > '? I • ♦ J Cotton, Corn- Hog and Wheat Money; 4H Club. Armstrong County cotton far- mers received 170 more cotton checks from the National Exemp- tion Certificate Pool—totaling $8 - 00000. This brings practically all the money to be received from cotton up to date with the ex- ception of the Option Pool money which should be in at any time. The Corn-Hogg payment has been checked through the Wash- ngton office and notification of same received by Corn-Hogg Sec- retary of Armstrong County. A few wheat checks are slowly coming in—the 1935 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 March 1935

... \T J\ Deariy Beloved: There Is a Brett IIUIC lV£WS|deal belng wr,tten Bnd "M- THOB. T. WAGGONER, Edtr-Ownr I at the Poet Office at Claud* 'iexae, aa Second Class MaU Matter. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY 8ab*crlptlon Rate* In Armstrong County, year. 11.50 Outside the County, year $2.50 PRESS NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS, DEPOSITORS & CREDITORS OF FIRST STATE BANK Claude, Texas now, about the railroad wage ear- ner should have better pay, and he should; about the salaries paid laboring men In automobile man ufacturles. should be raised, prob- ably so; about coal miners should have a raise in salary, no doubt true; that textile mill workers should have a raise in wages, may- be so; that daily laborers in wool- en and cotton factories, should receive better pay. yes indeed; that laboring men and women in all other lines of Industries, should receive more money for what they actually produce, why not? Now to all these demands, let up apply a little common "Hoss Sense" Just pure an unadultera...

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