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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 March 1931

■h&>ftmrtyi•■ p« toh« ■■-, t-VshuxIm&l mm WI I IP Bwal y$ti& '4®wSwi « WAJft AM at aafr fc fc; naad at a targata. Try M to Tha Claada N«wa at aaly It par toit CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH lS, 1931. NO. 27. , THETOuNG LADY \S COMIMG AGA N TH\3 BVEWlNe.TO SHOW HER. HUSBAND OUR HOUSE- SME'SVCRY MUCH INTERESTED IN fluvifri&rr I BE. AWFULLY N\CETO HER BUYERS ARE SCARCE THESE DAYS AND YOU KUOW HOW WE WANT -TO GET RID OF THIS PLACE MOW, DON'T YOU WORRY-- m J5UNUGHT ALL DAY-- COME, ^ IT'S OUST THE LOOK AT THIS LITTLE ROOM-- \ (40USE WE'VE BEEN THIS *9 HlLDEGARDtS PAMOATE W LOOKING FOR AND SRcrr-she's my girlfriend- / ( oust the price we. VOUVU HAVE.TO meet her Honestly, she's a SCQEAM ONi A PARTY INTENDED TO PAY- I'D LOVE TO t^tEET HER, -« OH,YES,DEAR,X SUPPOSE I'LL SET MARR\ED SOMS. DAY—XVE GOT OODLBS OF FELLOWS, BUT YOU KNOW HOW ONE m*K£ FUNl AND HONEY-WHAT HANG\NG THAT'S A BLON fOR IfbU ENER Y- TlMt—I NEVER KNEW ONE had ANY SENSE SAY.U9TEN-X DON'T UKE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 March 1931

SV^lWBMkV* JLL'JJ . £ known as a breeder of immta and cattaloes. The cattalo Is a cross-breed between buffalo and native cattle. His old ranch near Claren- don, Texas, where Col. Goodnight lived for half a century and where he estab- lished his buffalo herd, still flourishes and is known far and wide as a breed- ing ground for the native buffalo. Col- onel Goodnight died December, 1929. His knowledge of the buffalo in its native habitat dates back to the year 1845 when, as a child, he saw buffalo grazing west of the Cross Timbers in Central Texas. He knew them in the '60s when their numbers had increased to over two millions. He knew them in the '70s—those years that marked their passing—when hunters killed them by the thousands for either mere sport or for the hides, which sold in the open market from 10 cents to one dollar each. "When you were in the buffalo coun- try," related Colonel Goodnight, "you were in it, that's all. Buffaloes meant buffaloes by the hundreds of thousands. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 March 1931

V: MP 1. >99iH name from Mara, tod of war. It was . the fihrt month of the r, bat after Rome conquered it was made the third month bo It would not be too cold for the Irish to inarch on St Patrick's Day. This quiet- ad all Irish parties, and so Rome was never bothered by the Irish asking for home rule. In this we see that Rome had a much better colonial policy than England. The first important day of the month is the fourth, when the moon gets full. The next is the Ides of March, on the fifteenth, .when Caesar, Cassius and Brutus got full and made Rome howl. The next is Saint Patrick's Day, on the aeventeenth, when most of the Irish will get full. The next is the Vernal Equi- nox, on the twenty-first, when the -sun will cross the equator on its way back north and take old winter with it. The roses will bud and the jonquils and buttercups will bloom, heavy un- derwear will be sent to the discard and of course the young man's fancy will turn to thoughts of love, but it will be a sa...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 March 1931

''feSa wci KWS w ,ry, jh m ii &? Ave occurred. A ^ _j erected for each victim. I work Is being done by the State bway Department NEW DORMITORY FOR C. I. A. Work is now in progress on the new dormitory for the College of Industrial Arts, the State College for Women, at Denton. The new structure will cost 1150,000. When this building is com- pleted the college will have eight dor- mitories. FEWER CHARTERS GRANTED LAST YEAR The total number of charters granted by the State of Texas in 1930 was 2,196, as compared with a total of 2,630 in 1929. Capitalization of all companies chartered during 1930 was $74,336,000, as against $285,612,000 during the pre- ceding year. MARRIED 72 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Helderman, of Winters, have been married 72 years. Each has passed the 93rd milestone on life's journey. Mr. Helderman was born near Lincoln, North Carolina, Novem- ber 27, 1837, and his wife was born three days later in the same community. The two were playmates in childhood and sweeth...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 March 1931

' %C.(^ wm :' itiip^ f "Nl lsAIWglfl# W^WpP^ if" ''"jWIP ^iMSkud- (q ^•'fAr In RMBd NnalMni As mM. 'on Btmr4* Bleyele |ii>:iiii,nn 7:I,u>IN , ■;.) ^•^tfviBSSa A A A Pioneers •C the air since 191S with mil* lions oC enthusiastic Friends. crosley ;:_::: The Shield Co.f Inc. Fort Worth Dallas Waco CUNNINGHAM TUBES •' Happy is the man that findeth wisdom, and the man that getteth understanding. For the merchandise of it is, better than the merchandise! of silver and the gain thereof than fine gold.—Proverbs, iii, 13-14. PLATING IV,'.":?: I Silver Repairing — Tinninf — Gal- vanising. Any article made of metal Plated In Gold, Silver, llronze, Brass, | Nickel. Southern Plating Co. I «• Fourth St, Bui Ant.nl*. T.tu WE MAKE ALL KINDS' OF TESTS Sonthwostern Laboratories Amarillo. Dallas. Port Worth and Klontten When in DALLAS Stop at HOTEL JEFFERSON Fronting *mrk. jnst arroes from New Union Station. Modem—AW- soluislf fire proof. European Plan. 4(0 rooma well ventilated with South and C...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 March 1931

WM-. ,tJon a A rentei cultivated of the same land without ferti- and lost $9.12. h««ari other i V- g W. 0. Fish, of Foard county, found it profitable to dress, pack and ship his turkeys under the federal grading system. He re- ceived one dollar more per head for his birds than he would have had he sold them on local markets. Thomas Walton, of Trin- ity county, says he paid for his farm in three years with the proceeds of diver- sified farming. Last year he raised chickens, toma- toes, feed and some cotton and canned enough fruits and vegetables to furnish himself and two tenants. /eeds in the first twenty* sight-day period of a test in Bee county, of three pens if calves fed by the Agri- cultural Experiment Sta- tion and the Bureau of Ani- nal Industry. The greatest tain was made by calves fed cane. Although 1930 was a bad year, G. R. Bearden, of Mitchell ceunty, made more cotton and more feed than < in 1929, due to the fact that his land was terraced at the dose of the 1929 seas...

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

"v"\ W. IJIIU'IIIII It PI wimwii mrmn "V [iWTClTi \wm 1 Artist ir pun- tote* and follow the*# lit* dwwtag and mount ft mi a pUcs of eacw«u4. Bom th« KsE33?%tS: •re the ntaiea of colors and complete tiw rhyme*. Next color .Mich part of the draw- ing accordingly. By correctly naming all the missing color* which are mggeated by the rhyme*, iron can color your picture true to life. Here is the poem: Sara says that if she were queen, She would always dress in brightest (1)—. She would wear a cape . , of brilliant (2)—. And a crown set on her head— A shiny crown and, I am told She means one made of (3)-. Sara would be so very As sweet a queen as ., one could find. No wonder her tbunny pals say: "Sara, be our queen today." ft m SUNSHINE CLUB NEWS DEAR BOYS AND GIRLS: Spring in all its glory is just around the corner. How'happy we should be. Are you happy? Do you know how to be really happy? Are you one of the many that think the get- ting of things only for self is the way to hap- piness? ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 March 1931

• ■ mm ^ o,th* H GWV^flR0OUCEOt Flr* prti* and Gold •xp® '* KS / «o« Ho\cesT TEA CoiH no n of*" .oil !*•• Fn i w, C«/toe TAXES PAID BY THE OIL INDUSTRY A circular issued by per- sons connected with the oil in- dustry in Texas sets forth that during 1930 the oil in dustry paid the State govern- ernment of Texas $4,768,000 in advalorem taxes, $6,371,- 000 in gross production taxes, and $807,000 in miscellaneous taxes, making a total of taxes paid directly to the State gov- ernment of $11,946,000. In ad- dition to this, oil produced, in the form of gasoline taxes, a revenue to the State of $32,- 208,756. Besides the items mentioned, the circular says, the various local taxes paid by the oil industry amounted to another $15,000,000. Other figures cited by the circular show that 12,000 peo- ple are employed directly by the industry, and that the pay roll last year amounted ito| $160,000,000. m 1092 Nadinola transforms your complexion by gently bleaching out all imperfec- tions. It contai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 20 March 1931

Srpp if J & 111 / V^l PpRH. • «•'*■ '*1 — CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS, FRIDAY MARCH M, l SI '.A. Has In- teresting Meet- ing Last Tuesday In the Executive Board meeting held just before the regular session of,the P. T. A. Tuesday afternoon at the school house, the following nominating committee was elected for the purpose of nominating offi- cers for the P. T. A. during the next school term: Mrs. Hugh Doak, Mrs. Harp Kight, Mrs. Mobley, Mrs. C. B. Hunter and Mrs. Luke Bagwell and Mr. Adkins. Other business was fin- ished up for the year, there be- ing only one more regular meeting before the close of school: Afte the business meeting was over Miss Bul- ' 11van and four of her Home Eco- nomics pupils, Nadine Curley, Mil- dred Grumke. Mozelle McMurry and Amy Dell Wilmoth entertained with a program on their department. Each girl gave an interesting talk with Nadine Curley as leader, fallowed by an interesting and instructive talk by Miss Sullivan. Mr. Hill also talked on the int...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 20 March 1931

J I -msm* i dhappolnted hut Sunday when ilck folks at home us of the pleasure of at* I. Sunday School and preach- ing. "However, we attended Church st the First Baptist church at Ama- nita. via Radio, and heard a splendid sermon by the First Church Pastor. His subject was: "The Call to Ser- vice". Text: "You cannot serve God and Mammon". To have friends you must be friendly. There is a certain lady in this trade territory who has many friends because she is always talk- ing on the sunny side, and she does her part when it comes to civic or other Improvements. She has some enemies to be sure. Any woman who will shoulder the load and do her part and try to make a better com- munity in which to live will have some who envy her. because she is a leader, because SHE DOES THINGS. But the knocker, we will have with us always, so those who DO THINGS shouiu get together and do things and let the knockers knock. :0: The Amarillo Daily News has the latest in carrying articles from first page t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 20 March 1931

flggjSj In llano, *ar Away.1 when he does LSgUlature tried, i t Mil that would V rival of Nevada of length of residence leaking divorce. "When Time In Reno, Out 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, 'ac less *n 500 lots; lc less in 1000 lots. Best grade blood-tested chicks higher. CUSTOM HATCHING a specialty. Bring us your eggs on Saturdays and Tuesdays. $5.00 per 156 egg trays, 12.75 per ¥• trey. Turkey eggs 96j00 per 110 egg trays. Satisfaction guaranteed; insurance carried. Complete line of poultry supplies at money saving prices. ADKISS0N HATCHERY 4IS W. 4th AVE. PHONE 5170 AMARILLO, TEXAS HYDEN'S Exclusive OPTOMETRISTS Sc OPTICIANS 028 Polk Street 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...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 20 March 1931

; ftl good ClEILI ftl In and fcrp tt (M-TF) Room reeldenoe; It ONLY <3 a week. Phone ?M "■ ■ i->i •tip j'-ki fe 'II B iff Is ■ ® J >1 ;1 iTYPEWRITER. in A1 , te sell at ONLY $38. and buy a real Typewriter WANTED AND WANTED! The daud* News Is anxious to take tt| OLD'RAGS on subscrip- tion aftwice the regular cash price, or wiU buy some paying cash (or them provided they are CLEAN COWON RAOS, no so* or stock- ingk, or strings can be used. Bring us your' Clean cotton rags. PORTED NOTICE ■Aiia la to notify the public that ali o! 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-o Life Insurance at Cost Why Pay More? AMARlLLO M. B. A. Policies Pay tout ways; Pay Promptly; Pay In Pull; but Cost Less! 112E. 5th, St. Phone 22911 SHOE REPAIRING AT CITY SHOE SHOP 113 East 6th Street AMARlLLO, TEXAS When Ifartanna Pollak was It tears old sbe was standing at th« City Hall in Sarajevo,...

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

W WM 171 AYTDPEU>e OF ALVA- M LB mo $1.05 COFFEE FOLGEB'S 1% LB. CAN 99c MATCHES SIX BOXES 15c Green Beans WAPCO NO. 1 CAN 10c CORN MED. SIZE CAN 10c POTATOES 15 POUNDS 28c SOAP PAG OR CHRI8- TAL WHITE, 10 Bars 33e the eanyon. Th^t 1 . if oar tans work out u planned This will be very beneficial to «11 and If possible all soouts are urged to be present. -C. H.rfl.- TENNIS NOTES $ The first match, of the Tennis teams came Friday In the Track Meet between Groom, White Deer and Claude. The Tennis team of boys from White Deer were the only participants. The Claude team was represented by Bert Woolderidge In singles, and Gus Hood aild Russell Blanton in doubles. The double team won by Claude fl-3, 7-5. While the singles were won by White Deer, 6-1, 6-3, and 6-4. Better luck next time Bert. —U. H. S — tennis club <*H *Htr atttfdtton to the Falrview school bond laws on next Saturday. All voten «f the district are urged to to present. THE HESS CASH GROCERY FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES \...

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

When you Need GAS. JE, TIRES, Etc., Etc. Gas and Oils, - Tire Repair Work Guaranteed WiCdtaAK! - PHONE 57 — B. LrDnh Mgr. PRICES REDUCED On Mechanical Work and Parts Plymouth, Ford and Chevrolet Six com- pletely reconditioned. All new Pistons, Cylinder block rebored orv.honed. All parts furnished, all bearings adjusted and valves ground for $30.00. All other makes in Porportion. Expert mechanical work guaranteed. All done with the best equipment. Call on us for your Present and Future needs in our line. —H. C. ROAN Roan Battery & Eletric Shop CLAUDE, TEXAS ! Business Phone 175 Res. Phone 19 ;; i LUBBOCK POULTRY & EGG CO We are here to stay and under new management.. See us for best prictes on your produce. B. M. ANDERSON, Mgr. j Bring Us Your Sheet Metal Work ^ We do all kinds of Tin and Sheet Metal work. Bring us your t Hotel and Restaurent Sheet and Metal Equipment. ft jJ Heating and Ventilation a Specialty i —PHONE 5671— C. P. Fischer's Sheet Metal Works 316 East 4th Stre...

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

MMMpf WVflbMl ' /I CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1M1 \ ■7ii V * • I A To The Pioneers Of Old A part of the compensation of life Is the respect that la shown for ac- complishment. The the esteem and the honor bestowed upon one who has lived long and well In tne public service, show that the rewards of faithful service are many. But bow easy It to to forget. How easy It Is to fall to give proper credit where credit is due. If a man or woman serves in an official capacity In some public of flee, there are at least left tne vial ble records of his or her work. Some' how, the admlnstration of public office is sooner or later recognised. Such pioneers who biased the way, as Mrs. Emma Hathorn, Dr. and Mrs. Bagell, Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Kight, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Corbin, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Luttreil, Ex- Judge Lowery Bagwell, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Miller, Jim Christian, Edd Rodgers, and many others whose names we fall to recall at this writ- Ing. Last Sunday at 3 p. m. many of th...

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

rich men murdering their wtvas and then turning the gun upon llwwlvn and committing lulclde, and rich married women doing the mow thing, or swoplng their hu - band* off for another man by the dlvoroe route, we often wonder if it Is not better to remain poor, live a simple life and get the most out of life by following the 8crlptures. "Whatsoever a man soweth that that shall he also reep;" and "Be Sure your sins will find you out," is Just as true to-day as when it was uttered over two-thousand years ago. The happiest woman In this world Is that woman who is blessed with a GOOD. LOVING Husband who can and will provide for her and her four or five Heaven sent Cherubs, who fill her heart with Joys unspeakable and full of glory. We pitty any woman who is de- prived of showing a Mother's Love. :0: That Amarillo Jury who decided to have that NIGGER electrlcuted for murdering a cow-boy attending the Fat Stock Show, did the right thing. When NIGGERS and white folks too. find out that they a...

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

Moore of Man"—Bert at iptrttuol Values— of 14fo Personality— Vodena JKnuMO. m? ma CHICK PRICES SMASHED Now you con buy home hatched chtclu from home produced eggs priced as low as #c each on White Leghorns and 10c each on Barred Rocks, Rhode Island Reds and Buff Orpingtons In hundred lots. He less in 500 lots; lc less In 1000 lots. Best grade blood-tested chicks higher. CUSTOM HATCHING a specialty. Bring us your eggs on Saturdays and Tuesdays. 15.00 per 156 egg trays, $2.75 per V4 tray. Turkey eggs 96.00 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 0. H- *UtUr «tiHpi4 thn*jeri Doak Bros, shipped two ew of Bulls to (Mrttng City, Teams, Fri- day. Tuesday of this weak Hugh Doak shipped two cars of cattle to Kansas point. Kelley and Bataell shipped three cars of cattle to Kansas points, Tuesday. Miss Mildred Davis spent last week end visiting Mrs. W. C...

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

(M-Tf) rm m ■ m your Texas. fetr- gettlng some K-tf-C wS Ml'i| «OR RtNT—4-Room residence; dM in at ONL%ta* weak.,Phone ft U interested. TIT *3 afcp that good CHILI at tha wao-inn, C0*M tk and try it its still as good. (23-TF) In 'A! to subscrip- the regular cash price, yj some paying cash (or they are CLEAN RAGS, no sox or stock- ings, or ftrings csn be used. Bring us youlP Clean cotton rags. >VO^TED NOTICE Thiols to notify the public that all of the J. A. Pastures are posted, and hunting, trapping or fishing to not premitted and all trespassers will be prosecuted. CLINTON HENRX. Asst. Mgr. 12-tf-c mr. j. l. blankenship Life bwrance at Cost *? AM. four Pull; _ U2E. Sttf'Sir.**''Phone 22911 &I&ESMEN WANTED We need men In Texas to sell our highly defined, distilled and filtered tractor ancj motor oils to, the farm trade with credit accommodation to PalttHgKWttiiy&x, Inter- est or tfttiil' commission to salJHKMHMiwHwtovance- ments and full settlement the first of each mo...

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

4 8TRAN Ihqr m 35c r Makes iH Water soft t cans 15c COMPOU am swirrs jewel Pill 1 lb. pail 95c CHEESE full cream per lr. 23c PINEAPP1 1 17 no. 1 can |X orated, each .... 13c COCOA 1-2 lb. Can _ _ 1 lb. Can 15c 28c Dried Fruits of All Kinds At Prices That Will Please We carry a full line of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables at all times THE HESS CASH GROCERY PHONE 162 Matters Pending Cause Legislature Complex Problem By CLYDE W. WARWICK Representative 123rd District AUSTIN. March 24.—(Special) —The real problems confronting the 42nd legislature are now pend- ing and from now until the end of the 1^0-day period on May 13th the legislature will be busy day and night trying to solve some of these questions. The various committees have very largely completed their tasks of passing upon the most impor- tant bills. These have been printed and are on the members' desks waiting to be studied and passed upon in open sesion. It is generally predicted that the legislature will not be able to complent...

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

m m Tt- in service Station ► Let Us Make A Regular Customer Gut You When you Need GAS, OIL, 1 GREASE, TIRES, Etc., Etc. Texas Gas and Oils, - Tire Repair Work Guaranteed If* Call For And Deliver — PHONE 57 — R. L. Davis Mgr. PRICES REDUCED On Mechanical Work and Parts ■ Plymouth, Ford and Chevrolet Six com* pletely reconditioned. All new Pistons, Cylinder block rebored or honed. All parts furnished, all bearings adjusted and valves ground for $30.00. All other makes in Porportion. Expert mechanical work guaranteed. All done with the best equipment. ,-v Call on us for your Present and Future needs in our line. —H. C. ROAN Roan Battery & Eletric Shop CLAUDE, TEXAS Business Phone 175 Res. Phone 19 HMTMIMN MMM .TflM ta&acasr By KATHLEEN NORRI5 WANTED! FRIDAY AND SATURDAY CARLOAD OF CREAM i! LUBBOCK POULTRY & EGG CO B. M. ANDERSON, Mgr. SJOMSttHSKSMCSCSa \\%\\\VVkVVk%\V(.%**\S«VV\WS\NVW I Bring Us Your Sheet Metal Work | £ We do all kinds of Tin and Sheet Metal work. Bring us...

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