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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 17 April 1931

Eat Everything without Fear of Indigestion Are there lota of foods yog can't eat—(or fear of gas, bloating, paint in the stomach and bowels? Do you have to pass up favorit« dishes - while the rest enjoy them? That's a sign you need Tanlac! For more than 10 years Tanlac hat re- stored to vigorous health thousand* who suffered like you do. Mrs. Arvena Bowers, of 1230 Jack- ton St., Topeka, Kant., tays: "Five years I was troubled with gas, bloat- ing and dizzy spells. But Tanlac toned up m" whole system and in- creased my weight 10 lbs." If you suffer from indigestion, gat, dizziness, headaches, or torpid liver- try Tanlac. One bottle often brings the needed relief. « Tanlac is a good, pure medicine, made of roots, barks, and herbt. Get it from your druggist today. Your money back if it doesn't help you. Stops Headache w in Five Minutes A Wonderful Formula Knde Aehee and Paint Almott Like Magi*. Something Better and Safer Thousands of men and women are now stopping throbbing, tick, diz...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 17 April 1931

II I Si m* «>. j thona- of the tow. Mevadabetag at the iof itatel'itftfae a there . But the six weeks' will do nothing to ; aoclal has not *ny contribution to the tolu- i of this question. She has mere- made divorces easier, to obtain. Id lAKMt -tXtfnt W- expensive. law has one good and redeem- : feature. Seekers of divorce won't |>v -to wttff In the state as long as ey BswKto have to stay. . HtP—->r C^ATIQN fY PUBLICATION • .Of Pnal Account , -•(I *u. i'-iiI . s.«. PF TEXAS Sheriff v,w any Constable Armstrong Cllounty —GREET- rb U '' J*' ' . VilUe Ann Vance. Admlnstratrix ith the will annexed of the Estate 1 Melissa Francis Miller: Deceased, giving filed in our County Court Final Account of the condition the Estate Of said Melissa Fran- Miller, Deceased, number 151 the Probate Docket of Arm- on g County, together with an pplication to be discharged from ^aid Office of Administratrix with will annexed: ;VJYou are hereoy commanded, that J>y publication of this Writ for tw...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 17 April 1931

Mam POTATOES, 15 pounds 29c POTTED MEAT, 7 Cans - 25c VIENNA SAUSAGE 3 Cana 25c Corn Beef, Morris Supreme, Per Can 23c CORN, White Swan, No. 2 can 15c PEAS, White Swan Luncheon - No. 2 Can, 18c PRUNES, Per Gallon 39c K. C. Baking Powder, 25 oz. can — 21c COCONUT, White Swan 1*4 lb. pkg. 9c CAKE FLOUR, Swan's Down, pkg. 32c CHEESE, Per Pound 22c GREEN BEANS They're fine, per lb. 14c Turnips Carrots per Mustard Greens , Green Onions Bunch Radishes per id. tic 5c ALWAYS A FULL LINE OF FRESH VEGETABLES THE HESS CASH GROCERY PHONE We Delivery 162 8 $ CONWAY Last Business Meeting of year Conway P.-T. A. met 7:30 p. m. April 10, school auditorium to hold their last business meeting of year. The election of officers was held and the following officers were elected Mrs. Otis Walker, President; G. T. Phillips, Vice-pesident; Mrs Ray Sterling, Treasurer; Miss Delia Whltten Asst. Secretary; Mrs. A. ti. Orlpp. parliamentarian. Program on Health, Recreation and vacation was the subjects which was...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 17 April 1931

&#¥r:; ' m I e Sandwich Shop W. ML OUTN, Mgr. The Staff of Life BREAD Is cheaper than anything else sold on the market to sustain life. When buying this \ get the purest nd best and most whole- some at our Bakery, the kind that Mother used to bake. We also have for quick de- livery, Pies, Cakes, Cookies, Doughnuts, Cream Rolls, Etc., Phone us your SPECIAL ORDERS CLAUDE BAKERY J. C. SCALES, Prop. um ♦ «>♦♦«♦>«>♦♦♦««♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦>♦♦♦♦♦♦♦• «*♦««««« BUSINESS IS GOOD And Growing Better At GIBSON SERVICE STATION ! < > i > So Let Us Make A Regular Customer Out !: Of You When you Need GAS, OIL, :: GREASE, TIRES, Etc., Etc. Texas Gas and Oils, - Tire Repair Work <! Guaranteed We Call For And Deliver — PHONE 57 — K. L. Davis Mgr. J | BABY CHICKS AND STARTED CHICKS 2 Immediate delivery on Bar- red. Buff, and White Rocks; Rhode Island Reds; Rhode Island Whites; Silver Laced Wyandottes; White Wyan- iottes; Buff and White Minor- cas. Day old chicks, any of above breeds...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 24 April 1931

y I ■ if*1 ftEDMNB Eat Everything without Fear of Indigestion Are there lots of foods you can't rat for fear of gas, bloating, pains in the stomach and bowels? Do you have to pass up favorite dished while the rest enjoy them? That's a sign you need Tanlac! For more than 10 years Tanlac has re- stored to vigorous health thousands who suffered like you .do. Mrs. Arvena Bowers, of 1230 Jack- son St., Topeka, Kans., says: "Five years I was troubled with gas, bloat- ing and dizzy spells. But Tanlac toned up mi' whole system and in- creased my weight 10 lbs." If you suffer from indigestion, gas, dizziness, headaches, or torpid liver try Tanlac. One bottle often brings the needed relief. « Tanlac is a good, pure medicine, made of roots, barks, and herbs. Get it from your druggist today. Your money back if it doesn't help you. Stops Headache ^ in Five Minutes A Wonderful Formula Ends Aches nd Paint Almost Like Magio. Something Better and Safer Thousands of men and women are now stopping thr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 24 April 1931

$ ,1 u rw Twelve in* to«fer# • m - m kUtft- Texas' most valuable tituebonnet arfyour state officials and ' servants.' ine measage said, ^ delighted 1! Texas teach- aM.puptls would clothe them- (or the commencement exer- Wi(MmN>JHhich _ _ of bluebonnets Texas prairies or gar- imf'"''1'""" ri' '*' MclaLs signing . tthp . message overnor Ross S. Sterling; Edgar Witt, lieutenant governor and ent of the senate; Fred R. or! speaker of the house of re- lives;' Jane V. McCallum, etary of state; J. E. McDonald, nmissloner of agriculture; S. M. Si Mali's, superintendent of public ItSfctruction; Roy I. Tennaiii. ,mem- of the state board of Control; rley Lockhart, state treasurer; Petet, secretary, for the state commission; James V. All* reJL attorney general; J. H. Walker, land'commissioner; and George H. Blieppard, state comptroller. Cn..." Rev. Wilklns used as a subject at the Methodist church Sunday morn- ing: "Major Operations". His text was "If thy right eye offend thee pluck it out; i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 24 April 1931

i$!|P ff WBm& R ,;-:-'r sap -i iy and Sat SPECIALS SPINACH, No. 1 Can_ .".... 11c SALMON, Pink, 2 Cans _ 25c HOMINY, Van Camp's 3 Med. Cans 20c CATSUP, 14 oz. Bottle, 15c Grape Juice, White Swan, qt. 43c Peanut Butter, 2 lb. Jar, 38c COFFEE, Schilling, 2 lb. Can 81c SALT, 3 pound Bag, 7c Green Beans, Per Pound, 12c New Potatoes, Per Pound. 5c Grape Fruit, Nice Size, 5c We Pay the Highest Market Price for Eggs at all times ALWAYS A FULL LINE OF FRESH VEGETABLES THE HESS CASH GROCERY PHONE We Delivery 162 WASHBURN The Ladies Club of Washburn met this evening. Anvil 21 in regu- lar session at the school auditorium The subject was very interesting and complete review of the history of Texas and the Panhandle. was discussed by several members. Those present were: Mesdames H. Bailey, secretary; Mildred Bailey, Ilurwood Sterling. L. B. Newman, M. White and S. D. White. The Club entertained their hus- bands Friday night. April 17, with an Overall and Apron Party. Din- ner was served and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 24 April 1931

to May 2 m BR >ri should avail thenuelvet of the ggportunity and see the latest iraporta- of baby merchandise now on dis- play at the STORK SHOP, Amarillo, Texas, 803 Polk St. Many Extra Specials will be offered during that week. New goods, New Low Prices, keep post- ed, and buy wisely. See us first. And do not forget to visit the Orien- tal Shop for your linen needs. The Stork Shop 803 Polk Street, Amarillo, Texas a The Staff of Life BREAD Is cheaper than anything else sold on the market to sustain life. When buying this get the purest nd best and most whole- some at our Bakery, the kind that Mother used to bake. We also have for quick de- livery, Pies, Cakes, Cookies, Doughnuts, Cream Rolls, Etc., Phone us your SPECIAL ORDERS CLAUDE BAKERY J. C. SCALES, Prop. BUSINESS IS GOOD And Growing Better At GIBSON SERVICE STATION So Let Us Make A Regular Customer Out Of You When you Need GAS, OIL, GREASE, TIRES, Etc., Etc. Texas Gas and Oils, - Tire Repair Work Guaranteed We Call For And...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 24 April 1931

VOLUME tt Claude High School's Junior- Senior Banquet r NEVIS ' PHS m 111' * • afcovt the fUc m Mac j« m* tktav im mm si . kMiata. m In The New* at «nly I cento avpi. CtAl'DE, ARMSTRONO COUNTY TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1031 The Junior-Senior Banquet held in the dinning room of the First Methodist church last Friday night, was one of the most elaborate and Interesting as well as fastidious, we have had the pleasure of attending for a long time. The Junior and Seniors met In main auditorium of the M. E. church at 8 P. M„ and were invited down into the dinning room at 8:30, where one of the most elaborate feasts was prepared for them they ever enjoyed, and while they were enjoying this bountiful repast, they were entertained by sweet strains of music from the Orchestra of Claude. Each Junior and Senior on the program, along with Prof. I. H. Turney, Superintendent of Claude Hlgli School and other speakers of the evening did their very best to make this program the best of the season and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 24 April 1931

wnanvKW* County, mi—ILM Oaunty. to to have your bum Uat. PRESS N When any man Is not proud ol his town and a booster for It, he should Vacate, Vamoos. get out and let some other fellow to the bat. :0: Mother's Day is not far away. It will pay you to be thinking about the matter. It's quite an important event, you know. :0: Jack Dempsey and Estelle Taylor are talking divorce. After leading a life of fighting. Jack probably doesn't want to finish it quarrel- ing. :o: "Detours on Life's Highway" was the subject discussed by Dr. Tucker pastor of The First Baptist Church of Claude, last Sunday evening. Dr. Tucker quoted the figures taken from the first page cartoon of last Friday's Claude News. In this first page cartoon the following was printed: "Deaths from Automobiles in the United States since the war— 264,449—or more than FIVE TIMES the number we lost during the war." Dr. Tucker spoke generally on de- tours and said the Church is our detour from Life's Highway. He said it is always...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 May 1931

rg®*:; ■ to TIM Nm iK gTMr fey tea* ■4M J pR- •v< . ■'• VOLUME 41 CLAUDE, AKMSTRONO COUNTY TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1*3! 35? a* - Claude News Favors Yard & Garden Contest The Claude News Is strongly In favor of the Yard and Garden Con- test. The motive—and the only motive —Is to make Claude a city beauti- ful. The Ngws favors It because the News believe It Is a newspaper's duly to do worthwlle things for the community In which It thrives. Newspapers should be utilities for public good as well as utilities for public service. If the citizens of Claude rally to this plan of the Yard and Garden Contest, our city this summer will truly become a city beautiful. You will see grassy yards every- where. You will see neat back yard and alleys. The News wishes to encourage people throughout the city to im- prove and beautify their homes. Once they have done it we believe the men and women and children will begin to enjoy the out doors, to spend more or their time there, to live more of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 May 1931

a-;1- * **■ i mm year.—iiJO t.ymt. PST The year of 1932 will be a good one, depending, o( course, upon whether we believe the orators of the Democratic party or the orators of the Republican party. :o: Over at White Deer a minimum charge of $1.00 a month is made on natural gas, and 50 cents thousand feet additional is charged for that used over the minimum. $1.00 for the minimum beats our paying $2.50 as a minimum. If gas users are in- terested WHY NOT SAY SO! :0: Over at Tahoka the school trus- tees have reduced the teachers' sal- aries 20 or 25 per cent. These trus- tees claim that most everything else has been reduced in prices, and that $100 a month salary now is equal to $125 salary paid a few years back. Seems like we are gradually getting back to normal again. :0: "Procrastination is the theif of Time" was the subject discussed by Pastor of the First Methodist church at Amarillo last Sunday evening. Pastor Jones of The Church of Christ followed the Methodist church services f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 May 1931

J. I 4 wtthKI ■SAND JbOLB bgHClL Cft Stomach Troubles Headache and Dizziness It your stomach is sick, you are sick all over. If you can't digeat your food, you loae strength, get nervous and (eel as tired when you get up aa when you went to bed. For 10 years Tanlae has restored to health and activity many thou- sands who suffered just as you do. Mr. Daniel Vinciguerra, of 6200 Stiles St., Philadelphia, Pa., says: "I have not had a dizzy spell or a head- ache since taking Tanlac. My nerves are in better ahape and I can enjoy a good night's sleep." Let Tanlac help you too. It cor- rects the most obstinate digestive troubles—relieves gas, pains In the stomach and bowels, restores appe- tite, vigor and sound sleep. „ Tanlac is made of roots, barks and herbs. Costs less than 2 cents a dose. Get a bottle from your druggist today. Your money back if it doesn't help you. fmw to ■ j Thuraday. See us for GRAIN CO. • CAT markets Corn—NELSON 35-C Earl Cayton and W. P. Martin of Amarillo were sh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 May 1931

23C' to a w i of ttoi liMato (Mela Millar, Dacaaaad, In our County Court at of tha condition of Mid Kiuw nit- imber 161 of Arm- inty, together with an to be discharged from of Adminlatmtrlx with Of wtfll Yo« are hereby commanded, that S.gjMtcation of this Writ for twen- i exclusive of the day 01 pub- and the return day hereof. Newspaper printed In the 1 of Armstrong, State of Tex- as, you give due notice to all per- son* Interested in the Account for naal Settlement of said Estate, to appear and contest the same if they sef proper so to do, on or before the May Term, 1931, of said County Court, commencing and to be hold- en at the Court House of said Coun- ty, in the City of Claude Texas on the first Monday in May 1931 Same being May 4th, A. D. 1931, when said Account and Application will be. acted upon by said Court. Oiven Under My Hand and seal of.said Court, at my office in the City at Claude Texas this 23rd day of March A. D. 1931. CHAS. W. STEWART Clerk County Court Arm- strong...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 May 1931

FRIDAY, SATURDAY and MONDAY -« COFFEE, Wamba SUGAR 1 lb Can 28c 3 lb.. Can 81c 10 lb. Bag _.. 54c 25 lb. Bag .$1.39 FLOUR, Pride of Alva, 48 lb. Bag .1.05 SYURP, Moore's Hot biscuit, gal.__69c POTATOES, 15 Pounds 29c Compound, Swift's Jewel, 8 lb. pail 97c OATS, 3 Minute, China lg. Pkg. _ _ _ 30c Spaghetti, Van Camp's, 2 med. cans 25c CHEESE, Per Pound 19c SOAP, P. & G. or C. W. 10 Bars ... 33c CAAD 3 BARS "MOMVE, qr OUAl 1 BOX FAMOIJVE BEADS FREE! ORANGES, large size, Per Doz. _. 29c GRAPE FRUIT, Each 5c NEW POTATOES, per lb 5c GREEN BEANS, Per lb 10c CABBAGE, Per lb 3c SPINACH, Fresh it is fine, Per lb. _ _ 9c WE PAY T1IE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE FOR EGGS AT ALL TIMES THE HESS CASH GROCERY . PHONE We Delivery 162 A As 42 Legislatore Nears End By CLYDE W. WARWICK (Representative 133rd District) 1 AUSTIN. April 29—(Special) Newspaper correspondents in Aus- tin are predicting as to bills which will be passed during the coming two weeks by the 43nd Legislature and which class of bills...

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

^'1 ¥3mBt, .. ,—Jh me *out euatom grinding.—Try our "Man filtered PETE MOORE'S DAIRY PKTE MOORE, Owner, CUudc, Texas ■■■■ FREE One Of Coty's Permanent Lipstick FREE With Every Dollar box Coty's face Powder Coty's Permanent Lipstick is the latest creation and does not wash off. MOTHER'S DAY, MAY 10 TH Send her a box of our choice candies. Buy a Box for your sweetheart too. Pric- ed LOW at— Nortons Drug Store J. L. SALLEE, Mgr. The Staff of Life BREAD Is cheaper than anything else sold on the market to sustain life. When buying this get the purest nd best and most whole- some at our Bakery, the kind that Mother used to bake. We also have for quick de- livery, Pies, Cakes, Cookies, Doughnuts, Cream Rolls, Etc., Phone us your SPECIAL ORDERS CLAUDE BAKERY J. C. SCALES, Prop. BUSINESS IS GOOD And Growing Better At GIBSON SERVICE STATION So Let Us Make A Regular Customer Out Of You When you Need GAS, OIL, GREASE, TIRES, Etc., Etc. Texas Gas and Oils, - Tire Repair Work Guaranteed We Call F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 May 1931

wy 'flfh ■sr ■* * v{^'. A^j v' Mr. Mmm Mmi Thrw par ml ef ftm greaa Ihnm abenll be art aaMe lar ■eWepapae _ advertlatng rnrj year. Try It In IM Nmi and mttk font Mm grow by leapa and bounds. -i.yw,jwwm CLAUDE NEWS YOLVMS «S CLAUDE, AKMSTBONO COUNTY TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1931 ■* mb I «*. • far ea* Ml Save the* Uw place «r krhina gale tUng yw Ml at a bargain. Tij M la The Nam at only I canto a mi NUMBERM Dr. Tucker Takes Issue With News Recent Editorial "Hats OH To The Seniors of Claude High School" Anyway, We're Burying Our Dead— In last weeks Claude News there waa a briaf editorial comment on tha fact that ladles of the Baptist church at Canyon had served a chicken dinner charging only thir- ty-five cents and had taken an ad- vertlsment in the local paper. Tha editorial, while in the best of spirit and meant well, is capable of wrong Interpretation in that there it an Inference that the two churches here which serve the Lions and charge seventy-five cents are charging too much. And ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 May 1931

PRESS ISa&s. HIE39 A33QOATIOH TO LARGE TRUCK * BUS LINE DRIVERS: One of the High officials of The Denver Railroad told the News Editor that it you will Just honk your horn when you come to a railroad crossing, the en- gineer will stop the train and let you pass before the train goes ahead. Such precaution will eliminate the truck from knocking the train off the track. :0: "He that breaketh a hedge, a Serpent shall bite him." was the text used by Dr. Tucker of the First Baptist church at Claude, last Sun- day morning. This is what Soloman wrote, and has reference to break- a law. When any man or woman breaks a law. the law of Nature or any other law they always, without an exception, suffer the conse- quence, sooner or later. This was brought out in an interesting way by Dr. Tucker. :0: Notice where a railroad company is suing a bus line company for running into a train and damaging It. These truck line driver have been so accustomed to making auto drivers take to the ditch when ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 May 1931

py® ■-v. -vbi«bi ■ V-- r to select your Graduation GIFTS AT 0 Actom faun the Poitom^e Q/Tmarillo, Texas Lots of Interesting- things for you. W?*m : "Ee YELLOW iPENCnJ I with the! ■band .Jagle ■ ) FRIED Chicken Dinner WITH ALL ACCESSORIES SOc Bring your Mother out and give her a real treat—and a rest from the kitdien this MOTHER S DAY. Sunday, May 10th. CAP ROCK CAFE Local and Personal Miss Annie Smith was visiting with friends in Amarillo Wednes- day afternoon ■I of next month becautt the UaM on thair Amarillo place vlll not be out until that time. Mr. Cayton's many Claude friend's were pleated to see him down our way once more. :0: MRS. WILLIE MAUDE VINEYARD Mrs.Chas. Dye suffered a relapse of heart trouble the past week. Limp in, Walk Out! Call on Dr. C. C. Mason Foot Specialist 401 Flsk Medical Building Amarillo, Texas ATTKNTION' ' There will be a Mother's Day Program at Mt. Pleasant school. May 10th, at 11 A. M. Everybody invited. Stops Headache in Five Minutes A Wonderful Formu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 May 1931

pp Bi p-: M I ■ — FISHING j§ | «t I#, S numter fishing prlvlledgeo. Bin river ranch, where fishing ean prohibited past twenty i Colorado s best rainbow trout Log cal.iru spring water, horses. Address Monte Vesta, Colorado, Box 357.' 38-P •He us for GRAIN CO. Seed Corn—NELSON 36-C ROYAL TYPEWRITER, in A1 Condition to sell at ONLY |35. PhoiV 97 and buy a real Typewriter WANTED—OLD RAGS FIVE CENTS A POUND cash foi QLD RAGS, or 7'i cents a pound on" subsci iutions to 'lhe Claude News. No stockings or strings will be accepted. POSTED NOTICE This is to notify the public that all of the J. A. Pastures are posted, and hunting, trapping or fishing Is not prcmitted 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 Full; but Cost Less! 112E. 5th, St. Phone 22911 Renew Your Health By Purification Any physician will tell you that "Perfect Purification of the Sys- tem is Nat...

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