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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 20 February 1931

PSPli i> &%iM r s, i Compare the values, prices and service we give you with those of any other tire dealer or distributor of special brands. The low prices of rubber and cotton give Firestone unusual advantages due to their world-wide facilities in securing these raw materials and their efficient manu- facturing. With Firestone's most economical distributing system, with over 600 branches, warehouses and service stores, we can secure a complete line of fresh Firestone tires, tubes, batteries, brake lining, rims and accessories within a few minutes' to a few hours' time and give our customers values and service that are not duplicated. COMPARE VALUES Firestone hat thl« year added more rubber to the tread which gives 20% to 25% more safe mileage before the tread wears smooth. The Firestone Double Cord Breaker gives you SIX and EIGHT plies under the tread—spreads road shocks- lessens punctures—gives over S0% stronger union be- twecn tread and tire body which ensures longer tire...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 20 February 1931

IV ' V . ' " Busses—are operated with TEXAS COMPANY gasoline and lubricating oils? Popularity Must Be Deserving. Bnuy;: R. C. Ballard, Agent THE TEXAS COMPANY "WITHOUT CRITICISM" —That's how the last in- j: spection by the State Health Depart- j! ment was passed at the— WAG-INN (Few Places Can Say This) aOgSS36XXSOt36K%XXV«86V%XX-<VV%XVVX%VNXXXXXXXXN%XX%%% ¥F-P>' I fek#' itf.^ It if not high pressure salesmanship—It is not persuasive advertising—It's the machine itself that has sold nearly • million and a half Easy-Writing Royal Typewriter!. Eighth Installment ' Maggie John ton, whot* father is lttter- barrier, her mother s Imjt w oman who haa "seen better day«," and her utter boot- leiier'a aweetheart wh- works in a beauty parlor, is atock iirl in the "Mack atorea, the Five-and-Ten of San Francisco. A bo£ whom ahe knows only aa "Jae Grant, ^it who it really Joaeph Grant Mac. eniie Merrill, son of theownerol.th* "Mack," ia learning the business by start- ing at the bottom. He ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 27 February 1931

WM CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNT* TEXA8, FRIDAY, FEB. SI, 1M1 ' VW kfPaderewski Played To Full Home In Amar. The World's Greatest Planst, IONACE JAN PEDEREWSKI, play- ed to a full house at the Municipal Auditorium, Amarlllo, Friday night, under the auspices of the Amarlllo College of Music, with Emil F. Myers as director. One peculiar thing about this pro- gram, was that not one word was •aid from the start to finislvs no program announced, no names call- ed, and not a word mentioned out side of what those in the audience said to each other during the two hours and half Paderewski played, and believe us Paderewski really played the piano. We have heard lots of music teachers play CLASICAL music, but many of them made no more music, to our ears, than an old sow whet- ting her back on a fence rail. The (hat man could touch those 788 a marvel. He went from the \ <" in high notes down into the /wels of the earth" in low notes With a constant blend of Har- mony, melody, and sweet, ariose, D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 27 February 1931

"V-- 1' § I' ;,{ 4; "13 jf 'b' I to mefa M per cent •( Mm taqrtng public in The Claude 1M> Tmitory. place your adver- In The Claude News. Advertising Pays". the Cause that needs Assist- tor the Wrongs that need re- e, lor the Future in the Dis- and the Oood that we can Da", that is what The Claude News to working towards. Here is one of the things we will all have to fsce in 1931: Either the of farm products will have to materially or else all other i well as wages will have to be lowered to correspond. If there to any plan that will advance the prices of wheat, com. oats, livestock butter, eggs and other farm products we should all be for it. If there is not. then there will have to be radi- cal readjustments all along the line. The farmers wheat fell in price UJO a bushel to 65 cents a el; his cotton fell from 30 cents a pound to 10 cents; his butter, eggs, cream and other farm products also fell In price from one-half to two- thirds. Why. Oh. why not the things he has to buy a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 27 February 1931

I SMASHED Mow you can buy home hatched chicks from home produced eggs priced U low as 9c each on White Leghorn* and 10c each on Barred Rocks, Rhode Island Reds and Buff Orpingtons In hundred lots. He less In BOO lots; lc less in 1000 lots. Best gr«0l> blood-tested chicks higher. CUSTOM HATCHING a specialty. Bring us your eggs on Saturdays and Tuesdays. $5.00 per 156 egg trays, 13.78 per Vi tray. Turkey eggs $6.00 per 110 egg trays. Satisfaction guaranteed; insurance carried. Complete line of poultry supplies at money saving prices. ADK1SS0N HATCHERY 413 W. 4th AVE. PHONE 5110 AMARILLO. TEXAS HYDEN'S Exclusive OPTOMETRISTS ft OPTICIANS (2t Polk Street Amarlllo, Tex. Office 1723 Res. 6731 DR. J. M. HYDEN, Registered Optometrist in charge. Hours 9 to 12—1 to 4. Sundays 12:30 to 2:30 Eyes examined by the most modern methods. Olasses ground in our own shop to meet your individual requirements. Cross eyes straightened without the use of medicine or surgery. Big Bargain By a lucky deal ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 27 February 1931

VDBI I IJ t 1 1 Rfili 'v; i BynLlTP C. WHITE LEG- tom large pedi- _ —. —m, heavy winter at tele white eggs. Chicks Poultry Farm 28-P Washburn. Tens LEGHORN COCKRELS— thoroughbred White Leghorn Laying Strain, young and for sale St REAL BARGAIN. 97 or 147, Claude, Texas. Pear- up your stock by getting some MW Crockrels at a Bargain. 25-tf-C | WHILE MONEY IS SCARCE—Is • good time to have old shoes half aoled and save the price of a new I lr. I can make them look almost Uke a new pair and they will make your feet feel better than a new pair. W. H. GILES, at The City Shoe Shop. l-t-c WANTED— Reliable man between ages of 25 and SO to supply old established demand for Rawleigli Good Health Products. Surety Con- tract required. Company furnishes everything but the car. Good profits for hustlers. Write the W. T. Raw- leigh Company. Memphis. Tenn. or see me. C. A. Rhyne. Claude, Texas (26-P) REMEMBER that good CHILI at the WAG-INN, come in and try it again its still as good. (23-TF) FOR REAL ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 27 February 1931

Thlt it the Camel package in uhich a eignif leant chang* hat recently been made > ' " '« ■ REWARD for the best answer# to thin question: What significant change has recently been made in the wrapping of the Camel package containing 20 cigarettes and what are its advantages to the smoker? Wednesday Night Tune in the Came! Hour on A. B.C. Network 9.30 to 10..K) 8.30 to 9.30 7.30 to IS.30 6.30 to 7.30 . Eastern Time . Central Time Mountain Time Pacific Time Orer Stallone WJZ, WB/.A, WBZ, WIIAM, kl)k\, WJR, w«;ak. kvw.wlw.wkva, wsjs.kwk, WJAX, WKLA, WIOII, WHEN. 11.15 to 12.1.r> 10.15 to 11.15 9.15 to 10.15 V.15 to 9.15 . Eastern Time Central Time Mountain Time . . Pacific Time Over Stallone WIIAS. WSM, WSB, THC. WAI'l, WJDX, WHMB, kills. WI'MJ, k.VIT. WKIM:, WKV, WBAI', kl'KC, WOAI, KOA. KSU, MAK, k(.U, KK.CA, KK>I , KCW, KOMO, Kliy, ktAH. First Prizo, $25,000 Second Prize9 $10,000 Third Prize, |5,000 For the five next best answers • $1,000 each For the five next best answers ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 27 February 1931

HBraP BUY, SELL AND flUDB NEW AND 8ECOKP SMI MUSICAL IMWPttW MARTIN HANDCRAFT BAND iKlTBUMWn INSTRUMENT BBTAOUMO Pr L LSMITH'S AMMARILLO BAND HOUSE j "The Place you get ONE'FOURTH OFF If You Bring This Ad With You! E.L.SMITH, Jeweler, Phone 9017 109 East Fifth Street, Amarillo, Texas ONE-FOURTH Off On Anything In My Store if YOU BRING THIS AD WITH YOU! THE TEXAS COMPANY Organized at Beaumont, Texas in 1902 is considered to be the largest indepen- dent oil company in the world. The Texas Company today operates in 48 States and 46 Foreign Countries. Its remarkable growth has been due to satisfied customers. Such popularity must, beserving.. Try TEXACO for your next order. £ THE TEXAS COMPANY f R. C. Ballard, Agent | \ "WITHOUT CRITICISM" —That's how the last in- spection by the State Health Depart- ment was passed at the— WAG-INN (Few Places Can Say This) Ttw Total Cm! ml Ail Ten Itam T« Y « The Secret of LofeKness Is Now Yours For the Asking Ten Full Size Original Marivonne Beauty Re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 March 1931

NEWS la The Nm at only t CLAUDE, ASM STRONG COUNT! TEXAS, FRIDAY MARCH 8, 1931 N17MBEBM •mm. What About That Beautiful Snow Here Sunday The above heading has been placed above various articles we have writ- ten about "Beautiful Snow" (or the paat twenty years, but last Monday morning when we backed our car out of the garage to start to town and It stuck In the snow right In the yard, and we had to phone to town for a wrecker to pull the car out, that snow, did not look so beautiful, brother. Rain began falling here Saturday and continued pretty much all night Sunday moring we found the ground covered with snow from six to twelve inches. Some places the snow drift- ed from three to six feet deep. The West bound Passenger train ran into a dlrft of snow between Claude and Goodlnght about 7 A. M. Sunday and after the snow plow releaved them the train landed in Claude about 1 P. M. Two Mo- tor Busses, were stuck in the snow between Claude and Maulden and had to stay there all night. In u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 March 1931

w r„ H-M pi w4. who have been [May wlthl Radio advertising several months, have to Hod out that it hasn't the awer it once had and many are returning to the Old iper way of getting to the people. Like 'Broom it swept clean (or but when the new wore off it bring in the sheckles as it Too many people tune out ia they find advertisements over the air. and get some Hu music or old time fiddling, just anything to stay .away from the ad- vertiser. Not so with the Newspaper. The Home Town paper has Mar- riages, Births, Obituaries, interest- lag news about relatives and friends, which the subscriber reads and re- flate While reading these bits of interesting news he or she glances the advertising pages and reads They like to look at the pic- ture of a dress, hat, suit or shoes they anticipate buying and are in- terested in the price, which is usual- ly found just under the picture. Every one in the family must read the Home Town Paper, and they all read the ads right along with the balance ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 March 1931

desired occasion. W CHICK PRICES SMASHED Now you can buy home hatched chicks from home produced eggs priced as low as 9c each on White Leghorns and 10c each on Barred Rocks, Rhode Island Reds and Buff Orpingtons In hundred lots. Vic less In 500 lots; lc less In 1000 lots. Best grade blood-tested chicks higher. CUSTOM HATCHING a specialty. Bring us yaur eggs on Saturdays and Tuesdays. $6.00 per 156 egg trays, $2.75 per '-i trey. Turkey eggs $6.00 per 110 egg trays. Satisfaction guaranteed; insurance carried. Complete line of poultry supplies at money saving prices. ADKISS0N HATCHERY 413 W. 4th AVE. PHONE 517$ AMARILLO. TEXAS HYDEN'S Exclusive OPTOMETRISTS 628 Polk Street & OPTICIANS Amarillo, Tex. Phones: Office 7723 „ Res. 6731 DR. J. M. HYDEN, Registered Optometrist in charge. Hours 9 to 12—1 to 4. Sundays 12:30 to 2:30 Eyes examined by the most modern methods. Glasses ground in our own shop to meet,your individual requirements. Cross eyes straightened without the use of medici...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 March 1931

MM tim- White Lsghorn strain, ywmg and REAL BARGAIN. 1*7, Otoude, Terns. Pear- rtaur atock by getting some a* Bargain. 38-tf-C Reliable man between ' and 50 to supply old demand for Rawleigh Products. Surety Con- tract required. Company furnishes earthing but the car. Oood profits for hustlers. Write the W. T. Raw- leigh Company, Memphis, Term, .or «e<l me. C. A. Rhyne, Claude, Texas A'.* - ' <*-P> I Ml Of late a great many Teatas editors haw teen asking that question. They Ti it in all seriousness: they an genuinely alarmed about the eur- vival of the small town. that good CHILI at thq. WAO-INK, come in and try it ' ; Its still as good. (23-TP) PGR BENT—4-Room residence; cMse-in at ONLY «3 a week. Phone •7'If Interested. 35-p ROYAL TYPEWRITER, in A1 Condition to sell at ONLY $35. Photfe 97 and buy a real Typewriter To the small town editor, who es his townsmen purchasing too much and too often from nearby cities, it is a serious matter. Every- body seems to take out; nobod...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 March 1931

J 1 I r ) sootrr notes pww^aS^6T!q^c-wi(as , -^3?J-!.. >,tv *r,i • .. , ..i Pana oaturaay SPECIALS -c. a. ■—. WAPCO No. SH Can 2 CANS SALT 3 POUND BAG 8c COFFEE WHITE SWAN 3 POUND CAN $1.32 Starch Faut!ess?Ac°KAGEs ,. 15c TURNIPS CARROTS Mustard Greens RADISHES Green Onions Per I Bunch A 5c THE HESS CASH GROCERY PHONE 162 Last Friday night there wen about twenty scouts at the meeting. We •rent through several exercises un- der the direction of Mr. Carter, who, by the way ,1s, with Mr. Oougiae sponsor of the third patrol. Mr. Carter then gave a short snap- py talk on building a sound body ly the use of clean athletics. His talk wes very interesting and on be- half of the scouts, I wish to thank Mr. Carter for talking to us. Also we want to invite all the sponsors to our next meeting, which will be Friday, March 6th. Scouts are wanted to work on some event to enter in the coming camp- eree. We want to bring back more loving cups. —C. H. 8 — OIRL SCOUTS "Thii is the year you must ge...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 March 1931

PRICES MADE ON ; GOODS 18 ■BIT CA8E8 wnr, BELL AND TEADC NEW AND SECOND HAND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS MARTIN HANDCRAFT RAND INSTRUMENTS INSTRUMENT REPAIRING ■ L LSMITH'S U AMMAR1LL0 BAWD HOUSE The Place you get ONE-FOURTH OFF If You Bring This Ad With You! E. L. SMITH, Jeweler, Phone 9017 109 East Fifth Street, Amarillo, Texas ONE-FOURTH Off On Anything In My Store if YOU BRING THIS AD WITH YOU! i THE TEXAS COMPANY Organized at Beaumont, Texas in 1902 is considered to be the largest indepen- dent oil company in the world. The Texas Company today operates in 48 States and 46 Foreign Countries. Its remarkable growth has been due to satisfied customers. f2??larity mu,t- Reserving.. Try 1 tAAtO for your next order. THE TEXAS COMPANY R. C. Ballard, Agent "WITHOUT CRITICISM" —That's how the last in- spection by the State Health Depart- ment was passed at the— WAG-INN (Few Places Can Say This) pfenlh Installment iMtfgit Johnson, whoit father it a letter- earner, htr mother a lasy woman who has ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 March 1931

fmSm Waal AC soli at few* akoa t Ike | Mate thing yon need si n in The N< nrs st •air mmmm CLAUDE, A&MSTRONQ COUNTY TEXAS, FRIDAY MARCH 11, ittl NUMBER W In District Court Armstrong Co. April Term 1931 He's Getting the Runaway under Control By Albert T. Reid -Service Men %ye A Meeting \7H 1t m Ex-service men of Armstrong Co., mat in the County court room Feb. lftth, and organized an American Lcftkm Poet. Thirty three men have already paid their annual dues and we ex- pect to have a number of others The poet was named for Harold Gist the only man who was killed In action from Armstrong County, He waa killed by enemy machlnegun fire in July 1918. It is through the efforts of- Dr. W. A. Warner that the post has been founded and the doctor has done latt of'work and spent quite a lot of time along this line. Dr. Warner was an A. E. F. vetran. Proffesor I H. Turney was elect- ed post • Commahder and Carl W. Appling Was elected post Adjuant. Other officers were elected and all commi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 March 1931

PRESS >N MSB. part of our winter [MIM until March to visit m Wl had mow ranging from one to three feet deep in places this late la the winter. We had quite a bit the first week in March 1931. «• «■* o M Km. amffiJLT- *•0 ""W " " • 1 If % If \ .f : ' f y • -t f. If. B la a disgrace for any nation as risk as the United States to offer Charity to Its workers. Workers do not Mk for Charity, what they want is $ Job that will allow them to work and take care of their families. Qive them a chance to make a de- cent living and not charity. :0: The Greatest man of any nation Is not neecessarily the man who has the greatest Intellect, the largest fortune, or the man who can ac- cumulate the most in the shortest time, but that man who has DONE THR OREATEST GOOD TO THE ORRATEST NUMBER. Such men an raally great men of any nation. :0: "The Value of Christian Religion", was the important subject discussed by Pastor WUklns of the First Meth- odist church of Claude last Sunday morning. His text w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 March 1931

MM occasion. @1111 ? i « ■ W iick prices smashed *J Nov you can buy home hatched chlclu from home produced £ggg priced as low as 9c each on White Leghorns and 10c each on Barred Rocks, Rhode Island Reds and Buff Orpingtons In hundred lots. V4c less !n 800 lots; lc less In 1000 lots. Best grade blood-tested chicks higher. CUSTOM HATCHING a specialty. us your eggs on Saturdays Tuesdays. $5.00 per 158 egg $2.75 per H trr.y. Turkey eggs per 110 egg trays. Satisfaction nteed; Insurance carried, let* line of poultry supplies ney saving prices. adk1ss0n hatchery 41J W. 4th AVE. PHONE 5170 AMARILLO, TEXAS hyden's Exclusive OPTOMETRISTS ft OPTICIANS 62f Polk Street Amarillo, Tex. Phones: Office 7723 Res. 6731 DR. J. M. HYDEN, Registered Optometrist in charge. Honrs 9 to 12—1 to 4. Sundays 12:30 to 2:30 Eyes examined by the most modern methods. Olasses ground in our own shop to meet your individual requirements. Croas eyes straightened without the use of medicine or surgery. Eat Everything wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 March 1931

«a?> m w mm means to «r Al Sell at ONLY 135. buy a real Typewriter •8 LARGE NEW IN* AL DICTIONARY. lor of India paper, one the site of regular dictionary •2S when new. Will sell $7AO. Phone 97. 28-p WANTED AND WANTED! Claude News Is anxious to In OLD RAQS on subecrlp- at twice the regular cash price. WtU buy some paying cash for provided they are CLEAN COTTON RAOS. no sox or stock- or strings can be used. Bring your *Clean cotton rags. L POSTED NOTICE This is to notify the public that all of the J. A. Pastures are posted, and hunting, trapping or fishing to not premltted and all trespassers will be prosecuted. CLINTON HENRY, Asst. Mgr. 12-tf-c Life Insurance at Cost Why Pay More? AMARILLO M. B. A. Policies Pay four ways; Pay Promptly; Pay in Pull; but Cost Less! 112E. 5th, St. Phone 229U SHOT " REPAIRING AT CITY SHOE SHOP 115 East 6th Street AMARILLO. TEXAS Stops Headache V in Five Minutes A Wonderful Formula Ends Ache* and Pains Almost Llks Magic. Something Better and Safer Thou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 March 1931

mm®- ... "'•* «j£ VALUES ilMl w« joxnsww ^ s^-4b>*-* . wotr MtfUH «i. . ^ h a f filnioh vv tv« I Pit** tl fiwiil , SAMKFMICK . . . . i i.1* rut -•* ta l«. {(«. • % f >■>. . *• to. Oplia* — I It* «r. la. li #• lt«, 4.7-4 to. •888 in. 9 pile* Drive i i j ■ •■•"■•ohjle lata mm «f mr m department " Standardised Mrvica, wber* yo« Ml (at •verytblag 1 •* estates—liiw, tube*, balteriet, brake llaiag mi m- MHarliia ■■■, «i| and labrieatio*—all nder mm roof) don't time and money driving areaad to a naabar of specialty Tha Oaa-Stop-Servlee Star* l( tb« developaeal at - Fimlana, ploaoar hi rubber and rubber dree. Let ua t you a woiMKiioa eat fro* a FItmumm Tire—aad croe* *• of eompedtlva line. See far yoaraclf tba quality—the antra plica aader the Iread—the antra value. All we aak is ana laiagt Com* In ami Comport. Comport Prices and Service r flrtttant OLDFIELD TYPE ^IwcUianurt Our a til Uri*r Oar Cm* Ma Tin CM Priw MM IhI PitMluk rwFair 4.40-21 I4.H $4.98 4.50-21. IH 5.69 1I.I* 4.75-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 March 1931

mm ' V msm&m ■ iMtxiai — roui .FOURTH off on anything i if YOU BRINQ THIS AD SSI LOWEST PRICESiWADE ON JEWELRY DIAMONDS WATCHES SPORTING GOODS HAND BAGS AND SUIT CASES BUT, SELL AND TRADE-" NEW AND SECOND HAND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS" MABTIN HANDCRAFT ' BAND INSTRUMENTS & INSTRUMENT REPAIRING,^ P";f 1 I . I E. LSMITH'S ■ AMMARILLO BAND HOUSE The Place you get ONE'FOURTH OFF If You Bring This Ad With You! E. L. SMITH, Jeweler, ' Phone 9017 109 East Fifth Street, Amarillo, Texas ONE-FOURTH Off On Anything In My Store if YOU BRING THIS AD WITH YOU! Ifaggie} :arri«r, her Mtt* ikes* hiker is a vtfki la ■ irtand- raacteo. ■z ' arhom he kaawi but who i r« lljr;i.—„— . Remit Merrill, mb o( the o«wk "Mick," U leartunf tin liiilasu to •* «• iu m the bottom. Be iotoi't' nke Jkt . job until h ' meet! Miggle. And «elth«f ■'o<*ttr«m reiHiet that I her "< ' •<*■« ta loM^vith eaeh other, at lint. Joe i prciied, huweur, by Mtfgie'i wttlhgeace nd; goodlieanWJneit, and fivn her advice v n...

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