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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 May 1938

THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1988 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS A Few Valuable Hints on Tomatoes Since your city is assured of a canning plant it behooves most every farmer in your Bection to go strong on tomatoes besides the green wrap that can be crated and shipped. Prospects are very en- couraging to obtain fair to possibly fancy prices due to recent cold and bad weather which greatly re- duced the crops all over the coun- try and there is unsufficent good plants to replace the damage done by same. Tomatoes can be set out until June 16, or later produce a full crop when properly cared for with favorable seasons. Those that have not yet set out tomato plants I would advise giving plenty of room and not stake them where a general all season crop is desired as likely will be on account of cannnig opportunities. This me- thod will allow cultivation all sea- son on until frost and the crop will be more than double the yield of staked plants. Of course where one wants to just grow real fanc...

Publication Title: Citizens Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 May 1938

' T; h i | At | 8 lbf of H. y« in so st D R a) f« 4 a n 0 a 1 < s= THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1988 RMS SUCCESS TO S. C. MAYS AND SONS on the completion and opening of their modern grocery™ MAYS SUPER CASH STORE IN OUR CITY! ATLANTA NATIONAL BANK | Henry A. King, President R. C. Hardy, Cashier ATLANTA, TEXAS GREETINGS TO S. C. MAYS i AND SONS and Congratulations on the completion of their modern, new MAYS SUPER CASH STORE ON EAST HIRAM STREET ATLANTA MOTOR CO. SALES Phone 72 SERVICE Atlanta, Texas EXTRA BARGAINS IN "R. & G" AUTOMOBILES Farm Association Leads Fight Against Ruling Cass farm association leads fight to have a ruling passed to allow farmers to plant up to their home needs. The president of the Cass County farmers organization, which has over 500 members, has led the fight to allow the farmers in Cass Coun- ty to plant as many acres in gen- eral crops as his committeeman will certify that this farmer might need for maintenance of this farm...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 May 1938

ft „*rf; THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1988 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS ANTI By MrB. Walter Draper Mr. and Mrs. Arlis Watkins and sons spent Che week end in the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Watkins. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Sims and children spent Sunday in the Truett Burkhalter home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Draper visited in the Raymond Draper home Sunday and enjoyed birthday dinner given in honor of Mrs. Dra- per's mtoher, Mrs. Mooneyhan. Little Mary Katherine Lee, At- lanta spent the week end in the home of her grand parents Mr. and Mrs. Walter Draper. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Harden visit- ed relatives in Queen City Sunday afternoon. Rev. and Mrs. J. N. Cornelius and Mrs. Harbuck visited in the Ben Turner home Sunday afternoon. Glad to report Mrs. Turner feeling better. Virginia Odom of Queen City visited home folks Sunday. Faye Freeman visited Lorene Turner Sunday afternoon. Rev. Cornelius brought three wonderful messages to the church last week end. He was called away Saturday to offi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 May 1938

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, MAY B, 1988 .Announcing the opening of MAYS SUPER CASH STORE Between Citizens Jour- nal and Baptist Church SATURDAY MAY EAST HIRAM STREET Atlanta, Texas For many years we have served you in the grocery business. Modern trend demands cash and carry plan of merchandising. Groceries can be sold cheaper where there is no delivery expense or bookkeeping or loss on accounts or carrying accounts. Still there is a need and a demand in Atlanta for a service grocery. In order to meet both demands we are leaving our old store as it has been for years. It will run on just the same with credit for approved accounts and delivery service. There will absolutely be no changes. S. C. Mays Grocery will be run on without any connection with our new store, to be known as Mays Super Cash and Carry. Where everyone pays cash and carries their merchandise themselves. We have built and are opening Saturday, May 7th a real Super Store. 8,000 square feet of floor ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 May 1938

'•Wm si i\) Q t) m 'V' :ip®p ' THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Mrs. Cameron Hostess to Club The Thursday Study Club met April 28, with Mra. Don Cameron at her home on East Hiram street. After a brief business session, Mrs. Norman Smith gave a report on Federation News. The theme for the afternoon's study was "His- tory." Mrs. C. M. Jenkins discussed "The English Royal Fairyly To- day," giving especially interesting notes on Edward, Duke of Wind- City Park Swimming Pool Will Open TUES., MAY 10 A. W. BOREN, Mgr. • FREE PICNIC GROUNDS • FREE TENNIS COURTS New Attractive Sandwich Stand, serving Hot Sand- wiches and Cold Drinks (W-'.'T'V "7^ m&m Lingerie « Hosiery « Beautiful Made Up Packages Candy Toilet Articles A LARGE SELECTION FOR THE l'.OY OR GIRL GRADUATE 10c—25c sor, and his bride, the former Mrs. Wallace Simpson. Recent pictures of the two were also shown. Mrs. Chesley O'Neal, who was leader for the afternoon, reviewed "Victoria of England," by Edi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 May 1938

The Citizens Journal J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher (Founded 1879) Entered at the postoffice in Atlanta, Texas, as Becond-clasa mall matter, issued Thursday of each week—209 East Main Street—Phone No. 178 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable in Advance) In Cass and Adjoining Counties. State aid Foreign: One Year $1.00 One Year —— $1.60 Six Months 75 * Six Months 1.00 Three Months ..._ 60 Three Months ..... 66 BRYANS MILL Sunday School attendance was not so good Sunday due to illness • in the community. We are sorry that so many people in our com- munity are ill. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Buchanan and children of Fort Worth visited Mrs. A. G. Stewart this week end. Mr. and Mrs. Haskell Henson were Saturday night supper guests in the Steve Brock home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Witt of Nap- les were Sunday visitors in the C. N. Jones home. Miss Ina Faye Stringer spent M yff. * "//* you lose faith with us who die" Le the memorial that marks the grave of the departed one be a fitting tribute to a treasured...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 May 1938

♦rfy-i THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. TEXAS TEACHING 57 YEARS After having taught for fifty seven years, Miss Annie R. Taaf- fee, of New Orleans, was recently retired. She was the second oldest public school teacher in point of service in Louisiana. There weren't any regulation textbooks when she taught and they made use of what books the children had. And teach- ers made a point of having pupils memorize subjects. k meat SrviEAti f* 9 THAT COSTS NO MORE THAN ORDINARY SPREADS a QebhadA e deviled _ ^ Sandwich Spread HEARTY GREETINGS — to — S. C. MAYS AND SONS in the completion of their new and modernly equipped MAYS SUPER CASH STORE In Atlanta, Texas SUCCESS TO YOU! ATLANTA NGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OFFICES IN ATLANTA NATIONAL BANK BUILDING Atlanta, Texas <1 OUR COMPLIMENTS TO S. C. MAYS AND SONS on the building and opening of MAYS SUPER CASH STORE IN OUR CITY! We are sure that this brick building, like Messrs. Mays' service and square dealing, will be of last...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 May 1938

THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1988 SWlii; iiW#* CONGRATULATIONS TO S. C. MAYS AND SONS on the Building and Completion of their modern MAYS SUPER CASH STORE . IN OUR CITY We Wish You Every Success Phone 105 ALLDAY'S Atlanta, Texas HEARTY CONGRATULATIONS — to — S. C. MAYS and SONS on the completion of their new and modern MAYS SUPER CASH STORE HOWE WHOLESALE GROCER CO. Atlanta, Texas Total Moon Eclipse in li. S. May 14 DELEWARE, 0.—A total eclipse of the moon will be visible May 14 over North and South America, Australia and the Pacific Ocean. The eclipse, first since July, 1936, will continue for 60 minutes begin- ning at 3:18 a.m. EST, according to calculation at Perkins Observa- tory, Ohio Wesleyan University. CASS Mrs. Clyde Philpot There was prayer meeting at Cass Baptist church Saturday night. The attendance was good for prayer meeting and Sunday School Sunday. Rev. Berkhalter, pastor of the church was present. The W.M.U. of Cass attended the general meeting at Linden Monday, April 25. Mrs. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 May 1938

• r-r . « 1.. 1 "I——— Li h, . 1 ' . '' ' '< ' ' 1WJRSDAY, MAY 4, 1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS QUEEN CITY Mrs. J. B. Ellington Baptist T.E.L. Meets The officers of the T.E.L. class held their monthly business meet- ing with Mrs. E. E. Luttrell on Friday afternoon. Six were present. We are sorry to lose Mrs. Hatchel as one of our class officers, but wish her God's blessings as she gvjes to Bloomburg in their new work. II League Sunday Night About 30 Young People were in the. Sunday evening League ser- vice. Leader Tommy Clemments. Each number was well rendered. We are happy to see them respond- so well in the League work. Mother's Day We feel that we tread upon sacred time as we approach Moth- er's Day. Hearts are lifted in ad- oration and love to our mothers— the mothers of today and the many who have gone away. God help us to be more worthy of our mothers. May we sing in our hearts mothers. Colored Baptist Kebulding The colored Baptist church has been rebuilt. The wo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 May 1938

e= THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA, TEXAS CLASSIFIED FOR SALE—Half and half cot- ton seed $2.00 per hundred pounds. J. E. Watson, Bivins, Texas FOR RENT: Two apartments, large well furnished rooms. Water, lights, gas, bath and garage. East side Queen City. Mrs. J. E. Elling- ton. tf FOR SALE: Half and half cot- ton seed. 75c bushel. First 12 bales the Government paid 9c lb for lint. See R. T. Hogan. '13 tfc BABY CHICKS — White Leg- horns, Buff Orpingtons, Rhode Is- land Reds, Barred Plymouth Rocks —Hatch every Wednesday. We also do custom hatching. Long Poultry Farm, 619 Hiram, Atlanta, Texas. FOR RENT: Unfurnished apart- ment, four large cool rooms, new- ly papered and painted. Guy Gul lion. Phone 247. 16-tfc FOR RENT: —two desirable of- fice rooms over Alexander-Hughes Drug store. Moses Campbell. FOR SALE: Mebane Cotton Seed. First year here. 75c per bushel at home. Tank Johnson, Atlanta, Route No. 2. lti d If It's a Hit—You'll See It In Atlanta! at the .... STATE THEATRE SATURDAY, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 May 1938

■ r I I Complete News and Advertising: Coverage For Atlanta and Cass| County Trade Area!' FIFTY-NLMTH YEAR The Citi Be Loyal to Atlanta! • Trade at Home • Sell at Home • Buy at Home ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY TEXAS. THURSDAY, MAY 12 NUMBER EIGHTEEN GRADUATION OF THE COUNTY WIDE SEVENTOGRADE LINDEN, MAY 21 v ALONG THE WAY — BY US — We understand the water and sewer project is progressing sat- isfactorily and the city dads hope soon to be able to ask bids on the work of extending the water and sewer system to the city limits in all directions. This is one of the most needed improvements in our city and we are glad to see our city officials doing their best in every way to give these extensions to our citizens in the earliest possi- ble time. * * * F11A, RFC and WPA have receiv- ed new life for the coming three years in the presidents seven bil- lion dollar relief set-up. This should enable all work projects now under- way and proposed to be completed in this time. We would urge both our cit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 May 1938

T gPPffi: y0fm, 'r. THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, MAY 12 The Citizens Journal J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher (Founded 1879) Entered at the postoffice in Atlanta, Texas, as second-class mail matter, issued Thursday of each week—209 East Main Street—Phone No. 178 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable in Advance) In Cass and Adjoining Counties. State aid Foreign: One Year $100 One Year $150 Six Months 75 Six Months 1°° Three Months 50 Three Months 65 ALAMANCE Mrs. J. K. Murph Sunday was our banner day for Sunday School. The children rend- ered a very impressive Mother's Day program which caused us to think seriously what kind of Moth- ers we are and what are we doing to raise our children in a Christian way. There was 42 out for the or- ganizing of the League Sunday night. Mr. O. C. Johnson was elect- ed president, Miss Mattie McCon- nell vice president and Mrs. James Cox, Secretary-treasurer. Next Sunday at nine-thirty Rev. Compton Riley will preach, with Sunuay School aft...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 May 1938

JRSDAY, MAY 12 T THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce the candidacy of the following, sub- ject to the action of the democratic primary, July 23, 1938: FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY: (Fifth Judicial District) WELDON S. GLASS FORREST WHITWORTH FOR FLOTORIAL REPRESEN- TATIVE (District No. 3): GEORGE H. HARPER FOR REPRESENTATIVE: ABE M. MAYS FOR DISTRICT CLERK: GERALD C. FORD WAYLON "PECK" NELSON WALTER B. SCROGG1NS FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY: PARKS E. MoMICHAEL FOR COUNTY JUDGE: KERMIT WOMMACK. FOR ASSESSOR-COLLECTOR: TOM W. FINLEY FOR COUNTY CLERK: FRED McCLUNG CURTIS FANT R. Y. SALMON WILL C. HORNSEY VANCE "HOOT" GIBSON JOE J. EARLY • % FOR SHERIFF, CASS COUNTY: W. D. ALLEN JOHN THOMPSON TOM HUFF V. L. HAWKINS FOR COUNTY SCHOOL SUPT. J. D. BETTS D. H. BOON D. L. HATCHER EARL A. BLANKENSHIP FOR COUNTY TREASURER: CORA MARETT RUTH OLIVE FOR COMMISSIONER PRECT. 4: NOAH CARTER CLAUD M. CROUCH R. E. (BOB) CALLICOATTE C. C. RAINEY L. M. SEAGROVES BENN...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 May 1938

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS TODAY • « PHOT I PARKER STOCKBRIDOE m CANALS for recreation The Federal Government is pro- posing to buy the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal and turn it into a public recreational waterway. I can vouch for it recreational possibilities, for in my adolescent youth in Wash- ington the old "C & O" canal was one of the favorite playgronds of the boys in their middle 'teens whom I used to go with. Originally planned by George "Washington to provide a waterway between the navigable lower waters of the Potomac and the upper reaches of that surbulent river, the C & 0 canal was not finished until 1850, after railroads had begun to replace waterways for inland trans portation. But it carried a good deal of slow-moving freight for 75 years, and it was a grand place to swim, fish and paddle a canoe. I remember the winter of 1886- 87 when the Potomac Iliver froze solid at Washington and the canal provided wonderful skating. Three other boys and myself start...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 May 1938

• % I « > I f " r "T-- ffrm THURSDAY, MAY 12 QUEEN CITY Mrs. J. E. Ellington Hospital Day The observance of Hospital Day met with a hearty response at each of the churches in Queen City, Law's Chapel, Bloombur and Al- mance. The offering was liberal and has been forwarded to the Golden Cross. :r THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS violinist in concert. Ralph SquireB was at the piano. Honoring Mothers Evelyn Powell entertained Friday afternoon at her class room hon- oring the mothers of her pupils. There were 13 present and a nice program and lovely refreshments were served. The mothers were pre- sented with pot plants by their children, which they had grown at school. Rev. Burkhalter in Pulpit A happy welcome was accorded Rev. L. L. Burkhalter as he filled the Baptist pulpit Sunday night. A beautiful Mother's Day message was given. Rev. Burkhalter has many friends in Queen City. Mrs. Norwood Study Supt. The study Monday was well pre- sented by Mrs. Cal Norwood. Us- ing a large b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 May 1938

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS arncfflg-, linute Biographies itihof 0/ "How Win Friends and Influence People " BAZIL ZAHAROFF e Mystery Man Who May Have Been Responsible For The Death Of Someone You Know KOFF — that was the one of the richest, one of ; mysterious, and one of bitterly condemmed men . Twenty years ago, a re- i hundred thousand dollars red to anyone who would Numerous books were ibout him; he war j\ne of am&sing phenomena of w EAR complete Tire afety You Need '.OOD/fcAR IFEGUARDS y ' i— O. international suspicion and nat- ional hate. Born in the most terx-ible pov- erty, Basil Zaharoff lived to amass one of the greatest fortunes on earth. And he did it by selling ma- chine guns and cannon and high explosives. One of his biographies began with these words: "The gravestone of a million men shall be his monument— their dying groans his epitaph." When Zaharoff was twenty-eight years old, he got a job selling am- munition for $25.00 a week and commissions. He was ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 May 1938

tM** diN'-S-JSV: Ufi*. Willi iiipii !«|ft '1 * * *v THURSDAY, MAY 12 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS J 4-U- * Mr. and Mrs. Jim Nelson Hostess Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Nelson en- tertained the Thursday bridge club in their home Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Dalrymple won high score for the club. Dr. Joe I). Nichols and Mrs. Horace Coulter won high score for the visitors. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Joe D. Nichols, Mr. and Mrs. Vasco Brabham, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Coulter, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Sypert, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Old, Mr. and Mrs. Houston Edwards, Mrs. Abe Mays, Mrs. Jim Alexander, Fred Self, Ralph Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Grumbles, Margaret Elling- ton. Lovely refreshments were served. Attractive Dauahters, Countu Agent White '■ W. Atlanta Garden Club Atlanta Garden club met in the beautiful new home of Mrs. J. E. Manning Friday afternoon with Mrs. Noah Carter assisting. This being the last meeting of the club yei)£, an exhibition of flowers was disj^jred in the living...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 May 1938

W ' jf —!< THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, MAY 12 M wper is in a hospital na having undergone a operation on her eye. t Mrs. Bird Hardin and dren. and Mr. and Mrs. lis of Ft. Worth, spent ek ehd with their parents Mr. i Mrs. T. E. Hobbs and family. Last Sunday was a happy occa- n for J. I. Yates when his chil- i and grandchildren gathered is home and celebrated his birth is daughter Mrs. V. V. Paul- and children, Mrs. Duna Mae rs and children from Zwolle, came in Friday for the cele- on. } are sure all were happy as inder^tand Mrs. Paulette had t visited in Cass county in thir- ■en years. She is visiting a few ly this week. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Pyle and ildhen Willard and Reba attend- the Mother's Day program at ney Grove Sunday afternoon, ey report a real nice program. >ve have learned of the recent rriage of Mr. John Henderson, i of Mr. and Mrs. Judge Hen- son of Linden and Miss Alice ills, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Walls of this place. We wish • them much ha...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 May 1938

One Business Builds Thriving East Texas Community THURSDAY, MAY 12 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Linden, Texas. — The Caldwell (Po-Boy) Morris live stock sales have put the little village of Doug- lassville on the map in the past two years. The sales have grown from a very small beginning to an enormous business that is not only beneficial to Douglassville and sur- rounding communities, but to ad- joining counties and throughout the entire state of Texas. Two years ago, on Jan. '2(5, Cald- well Morris, Junior member of the firm of A. D. Morris & Son, at Douglassville, decided to get rid of a surplus of live stock, farm im- plements, etc., with an auction sale. At this first sale a few neighbors and friends came, and Mr. Morris sold $700 worth of the surplus. The sale being a success, he decided to have a sale on Thursday of each week for a while. With Mr. Morris' reputation for honesty and "a square deal" the sales grew by leaps and bounds until on the opening day of the ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 May 1938

One of our nations largest establishments doing a considerable amount of business all over Cass county is perfecting plans where- by a large number of 4-H Club boys who show a certain degree of proficiency, will be assisted in the purchase of Jersey heifers and pure bred gilts. The secretary of the Chamber of Commerce was called to Texarkana this week for a conference with the representa- tive of this concern and was assur- ed that Cass county will be includ- ed in their plans. A regional meeting will be held in Shreveport at an early date; Mr. R. L. White, our County Agent, Mr. M. P. Tomberlain, our local Vocational Agriculture teacher, Mr. Holcombe, the manager of the local cream station, and the secretary of the Chamber of Commerce will attend this meeting. It has been intimated that 40 or 50 of our 4-H Club boys will be selected for this honor. Mr. Holcombe reports a continual growth in the cream business each week shows shipments that are in excess of the preceding week. At- la...

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