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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 30 March 1911

PUSIN CARUS By STANLEY OLMS _ COPYRIGHT 19! I 1 ^^mmwm\v^io<}ymmuwfcrmu{?T^?rm iT'Tou'rp the candy," he a?lmitt?*d, "when it comes to hittin' it Just right with the sunny-slde-ups and the sountrj' sassu ?*<?*. This joints sure gettln' B tapt But kid?dont SS mad st mc?I kind o' hanker after f*otne thln' different. It's in me blood. I can't help it. any more'n you can help cookin'. Tomorrow I'm goin" to have me voice tried." There was at times an unassuming seterminut.iu-ss about Wilson which ('nr.t understood only too well. She trie?! to speak indifferently: "What show?'' ?Tin- Salome of the Bearl? i llarssn " "That!'' I'oni broke loose In de? risive laughter. "That chestnut! Wore out on Broadway year before last! I thought it was dead and buried before the frost come tc kill it-" 'You waa mistak?-n. kid." apolo? gised Wilsm. "It's through on Broad? way, fer sure?but there's been s company out all the year, and makin money on the road. Now they'r? goin' to fresh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 30 March 1911

's "under the dead you trill see bssde and rrten ins its ?ime to int pea? and pota E<the very beat quality and ?. 11. Ferry*a here. Irish Cob and Green Moun tteat you ever ?aw Early Ma, rite-e d Oa*a, Garden packfaay-w and in bulk. Chilled ?c'losvs and repairs in All kind? ?plt-m* castings, also ipion, Dixie and Whive's chilled i. >w pri?es on ?Pittsburg;, *Fer*f?-ct a, and pouIty ?wire. Bash ware.and Plain wite. Also argent 'far ?Dsering; Machinery and repairs. all sorts of g*r**a-i*?*?ri?**?s, -dry .gcxxls. notion?*, hats, ?h?**e?, trunks, satchels, tinware, d?amele?! ware. ?a-ook -stoves and ran?***?, ohnirs, bed?, matting;, ruga and what ever vou want art ?prices -ii will rind hard to ?heat. Paying- highest prices sor ?poultry and eggs, all the tune. The latest up ?to .the ?ninute men's i dress pants. If you c*nt1?*ad what'yos? ?want J will rget it for you, and quick. ??Gcstic rieht in ?W. ??.-Core Clerk, i> d.%. Sto*******!, "iW?rtb ?a. Always *...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 30 March 1911

?P * ?* Ph^K IR, WL. foster ?Hailor ANO pcotiK -Wlaebinoton t\:vcx Ho.o a Xte T* siasiu-s-? Politic we enjoy the same reoutatioti an i ? o Washio&tou enj ?yed in hi*? private and public life. ^We "NEVER TELL A Lts?** to any enstorner; we don't have to, because we build only "HONEST" clothes and do business only on HONEST" principles. IWe make suits that satis? fy?**In testimony whereof" we point to the most critical dressers in town as our loyal patrons. *[ We guarantee the highest grade of workm trtship. tho most excelltnt imported and domestic fabrics. PERFECT FIT and in I ? tire satisfaction throughout. I You are sincerely invited to inspect our ALL WOOL display of *ip-to-t he-mi nute fabrics. Yo;i never dreamed that such exceller.ee couM **a be procured at such prices. T We can undoubtedly save " you m mey on >our Spring and Summer clothing. 1R?. m poster Ua?or S>ru?3 Store ?It*. rJOatbewt- C. t>. i : : i = m >n display at ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 30 March 1911

Was Brute," a* Dc Vppoaing Attorney. Ker Hand, He Vig W Defends Major fton's Character. HTai O N D. VA.. Special.? j ^rnt of the ' long ponding, hit VoukIiI. many-sided Tenn.-y- l"en BiivuiTo ?iis?* he-^an bef?*ro J Htnan In the Chancery Court Bad a y morning. William L. toy ?' U opened for Mrs. 'iciinoy. fol Ifcwctl l v Wendenburg for Mr. Vpeciney Mr. Koyall will also close. f Tho?+' who hiivo expected the csse to (Berelop sensat its n?-t had their . \)>. <". * in ted. and the co?irt officers said this morning that thss* could re?u 11 no case in the r?*Htu.ls >l K hm??nd courts that Is ?similar. While almost everyone is fa milisr with it to some d?*gree. a brief synopsis may make a complete under ?stamlin?* ?usier. Mrs. Kmnia Srhm>m.(ker Tenney, about two v?*?ir< ed George O. Tenn?-y for alimony, later enlarging the suit to ono for divorce. Mr. Ten? ne? ? bill, askinj*- for ab a?o?ui?- divorc? and naming Major E. C- Oordon, an ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 30 March 1911

^ WEEKLY SHORT STORY af; HER KIRST TROEHT. A Story. Hj J. U ?UM LEE. Harriet L-ake was Indolent by nature. She knew it and admitted It. On warm mornings she preferreu a rocking chair on the piazza to any outdoor aport. But Harriet at 24 was taking on Mesh, and the specialist whom she consulted said: "Play golf, take long walks and eat no rich food." So Har? riet vent iu for golf. She had just driven her ball from the se-comi tee?a very short and crooked drive?when a cry from the bushes reached her ears. She glanced at her caddy, and, as If having re? ceived a silent command, he started in the directiou of the ball. Harriet's face wore a somewhat bored expreB Bion. Waits betw-e-en drives were so long. The caddy returned breathless. 'You certainly did swat that gentle? man one. .Miss L-aJke,*"1 he aniiouu* ?>?!. "Your ball hit him right ou the back of the han<3 as be was pulling sosas busli'-s aside looking for his own ball." "l.ii'ky fellow.'' replied Harriet. "...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 30 March 1911

WANTS _ AGE VI S WASTED. ?OWT WORK FOK LESS THAN fSe.Of per week. ?Write Sick Bene Bst Insurance and make more. Ad ?sress. giving references. SU FT. Ml. T?AL INSURANCE CO.. ?5th A Broad ' ?Hi-ests. Ricbniond. Vs. If you want to buy a FARM, or eeuDtry home, will give you long time M e per cent, interest only. Write M. Davidson. 64 Chamber of Com ?aeree Bldg.. Richmond. Vs. HAIR GOODS. AUL THE LATEST PARIS FASH? IONS IN HAIR DRESSING. All kinds of hair .on band pr made to esrdsr. Combings made into Switches. Pompadours, Fuffs,, eu;. Satisfac? tion guaranteed. )}l'GHES, 20'.) North Third St.. Richmond, Vs. ?ANTED, SECOND HAND BAGS AND ?arlap. any kind any quantity; write 1er prices. RICHMOND BAG OM PANY, KlchrooDC, Virginia. ? WANTED OFFU'tf -MANAGER for Itraaeb office in each county and city an state to manage oar real est?t and lata bualnet-B. We furnish all sup plfss snd full directions, and forward huyera to our local offices. Exclusive ??-rrtlory. Big Income. THE NATION? AL HOME- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 6 April 1911

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL 1 VOL. VIII. MATHEWS C H., VA., THURSDAY, APRIL 6. 1911 nJ. Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite If you need anything in this line set our price before placing order. ables us to turn out the highest class work at most reasonable prices. We pay freight and give personal atten? tion to placing work ka ceme? tery. We respectfully Invite you to call and inspect our large stock oiwSaished work when In Norfolk. If unable to call write us for catalogue. LAWSON & NEWTON llth Street and William Ave. NORFOLK, VA. On Pine Beach Car Line. ? Phone $752. ?? "?Pff If* It is a conced? ed fact we are doing the largest In Tidewater Vir? ginia. The latest Improved ma? chinery with Which our plant Is equipped en li. E. Mumford, Pr?s., J. P. Nottingham, V.-Pres. and Cashier * GLOUCESTER- MA THEWS BANK, Inc. Paid Up Capital : $50,000 MATHEWS C. H., VA. Solicita the accounts of firms and Individuals and offers to customers accommodation consistent with good ban...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 6 April 1911

ST PERIL MES TO AIRMAN ?R INCH or K1IJ.IX. IN, who i>c\:tj) KK.n OK fxyi: ITAj N '"harlcs K feat ? automobil? si rlln and ?ftddletown . that tli? litt!' man who Nem York to Philadelphia : ad the narrowest ??cape of hi-? ; < hi? machine w;is redu to fliiKietsj a 11 >i ! shanty wa? irned, liamilt n got ofT Without a > h. save )\ dont in his hat. His w md mother, who were With h:v. to. nu0!', red noth tn?: m..- hsii ? ,s. iking up. ?um Came Home i Si eU K ^^^Bsllton had afternoon In Hartford, and was -i his way to t?i> horn? when the accident or Hfesmred. He has just returned from l M? v???!. and i.? ?eeking a little rest ^Sifter ?me stirring experiences there ?wlth Insurrecto? Hia mot tier. 'Mr?, i dette, and Mrs. Ham? ilton h ad-has? to Hartford with him. Bnr?. r -.it on the front, be? eide II >- llton, who held the wheel. lira. Ham t>n was alone in the ton? neau. There Is a dangerous crossing on electric- r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 6 April 1911

BAD NEVINS By CHARLE ALDEN SELTZER M COPYRIGHT 1911 f% ?sa ?Cling ?own the long ?lop? tb? er? ?ging poay ?werved a little, snort? ed, ?ad tbea halted, trembling. Star tied out of his unpleasant rumina ?aaas. his lipa teasing over his t? th la a sarape aaarl, Nevins swayed in Sbe saddle, caught himself, crouched, aad swung hi? heavy pistols to aa alert poise. Tea foot ia front of the pony, and ?euarely in the center of tbe trail, a gigantic diamond-back rattler swayed aad warned. Neria'? snarl deepened, he dug a ?ear into the pony'? left Beak and pulled ?harp 1 y upon th? left reia. The pony lunged forward, ?werved to the left, and came to its ha?ncaes s? the reins suddenly tight? ened. Thea the heavy revolver ia Nevin 9 right hand roared spitefully; ?here was a saddea threahing lu th? dast of the trail, aad the huge rattler ??laddered into a a?nuous, twisting heap?it? head neatly severed. "Afaa's ?ixe." declared Nevins. bis Maar I relaxing. "Oit along, yuh darn feol! Scared of a rat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 6 April 1911

epipg iHx?Ysibit pring Millinorij FRIZ AND SAT. APRIL 7AND8 E ttust that von will accept tins a- a per? sonal invitation to view otlT. special d play of Spring MiMineiv. " \K mw styles and shapes, in a host et bewitch? ing: colorings are here for vour approval. *Onr shoe department bas rccieved spec ial attention. All styles, hat hers and prices. Ko matter what VOOf tastes we can please you. We have provided new k>w cut-shoes for all our men. women and children customers to choose from. TDress goods, silks etc., that will plea e you are here. ^ Every department i? full of the newest things for spring ?nd summer. 'Come and make the most of an exhibit prepared especially for yon. iWyatt Wolffe MATHEWS. VA .Town 6 trees;iml under the dead you and von will see ison, buds ami preen means its ?line lO Plant peas and potn sTet the very best quality ?d's and D. M. Terry's SOftS 1im e. Irish Ct b Rose and Green Mo.in ttiest you ever saw Kaily ?as. Seed Oats. Garden ?tages and In b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 6 April 1911

BSastcr TOlclcomc let us roafcc ?j?our Easter ?bopin? a pleasure ?np R. W. Foster extends a welcome to thoce visiting Mathews from the surrounding country, The doori of his Tailoring K .rns are open to von- lie is at all times glad to be of assistance in anv way to shouers and others. *? On display there, you will find an excellent assort? ment of the verv newest, spring suitings and beautiful fashion plates. They are decidedlv nobbv and breezv and you at once forget your clothing troubles for vou redize>ou are "in ri^ht" at last. cY>i can amuse yourself looking at this display It will i\o von goo 1 to feel their superior quality, and when vou hear the PRICcL, voi will be sure to find, i i : among the many that just suits \ ) i TGo in and watch the little Tailoi at work. See how the clcth-'s that FIT .?re made. It wi1| i iterest you and you'll be <?'ad von went. 1 Don't hesitate. Rem??mber you are al? ways welcom . 1R. m footer bailor H>ru...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 6 April 1911

AUS BEFORE URGE AUDIENCE ?I.IST LKADKK s;n mis M \>> WAKMM.v AM> | MKN tv POWKR. ?MOND. VA.. 8pe*;i*X ? was something doii ^ 1 th-. lltotium last nicht whon Km P*t>?. thru;*? th. Oint can presi ' ? ? >?i th< toog llene.- >f 1 ..'"ft. among Irai womei 1 many ?wn im: inlsh the crowd was and ii > F? applause in tli ?t ^^^Batn ran Inch, and sometime? uoustrationa pioducod bo much Ass that ?Ir m hail to pars ____? Mb* 1 wa? nothing If not wtsoroua and plain-sp ? M time?, too. -.t rl waspish a a?, mightily did Ppa pound the n - it be. Ac MaTqg to Mr. Debs this countr\ is by many evils, and Socialism will ?ave it. lia party, ?coordina to Mr. I>el>s, g tip. and OBOYS it attain? vet!! rom.? to it. th? crafter put out ol business, and the rid be freed from many cui tea. t<?.>. th?' m aas?.1 a will come, into ^?B^NKn. ?nd the working people. ;h their overwhelming ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 6 April 1911

<Em? piawE ^asAs/wr mXTPfOVRE miJASTosr THr*. CHII.L THF, GKIF1 *E7?? ?am 7ELUASJW' Colds and Chills Bring Kidney Ills February, March and April are the backache months, because they aro the months of colds, chills, gTip and pneumonia, with their congest in?*, weakening influence on the kidneys. Colds, chills or grip strain the kidney* and start backache, urinary disorders and uric acid troubles. You feel lame, weak and tired, and hare headache, dizzy reelings, achy muscles and joints; too frequent, painful urinary passages, sediment, etc. (hills hurt the kidneys. Likewise well kidneys often prevent taking cold, by helping to pass off the waste matters of <*ol<? eonjgestion. Doan's Kidney Pi Is are very useful in the raw* winter and spring months. They stop backache and uTihary disorders, keep the ki Ineya well and prevent colds From settling on the kid? neys. ? Strong testimony proves it. What better evidence could vou as% ? CONVINCING PROOF FROM GR...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 6 April 1911

L?NTS NTS WASTER. FOR LESS THAN lurrTiiSr- W'rite Sick Bens be thrice* d make more. Ad MU 6th & *' hinond, Va. - t buy a FARM, or home, will give you long time Per cent, interest only. Write Davidson. 64 Chamber of Com ?iug . Kicnmond, Vs. ?-1-_-, HAH* GOODS. '.ATEST PARIS FASH n<1 I'HAIR DRESSING. All ?~\hifmir on hand or made to ?orc'Usst ' ^-wuinss made into Switches, llasslu -na-do"T?*- luffs, etc. Satisi?ae fuaranteed. HUGHES, 20'.? Thii Va. ), 8ECOND HAND BAGS AND ?JM?Wny kln<i "^y Quantity; write j *?* '??. RICHMOND BAG 'OM i^h (. ?Lmond, Virginia._ ,*tf?li!TEr> OFFICE MANAGER for : aatUioioff,ce irt each county and city ?But thito manage o,;r real est?t and "*?*?. I'siness. We fun-Ish all sup ?o?-i;ii fuu directions, and forward ?' o oar local offices. Exclusive Big income. THE NATION to U,E 1'URCHASING ASSN., INC., l,t t Richmond Virginia. la'ci^YfMt?RS^Ri^TTsyr D**'is |r.. Rent applied on pur '^ft.qau fe?,\t: y\m 25 to 50% on LJ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 13 April 1911

' THE MATHEWS JOURNAL ? . . . .??, ? -_ ____________________________________________________________ ? VOL. VIH. MATHERS C. H., VA^ THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1911 NO. 10 Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite tr yon need anything in this line set our price before placing order. '< It la a conced? ed tact we are doing the largest In Tidewater Vir? ginia. The latest 1 p> ? r p v.?d ma ?^ We ables us to turn out the highest class work at most reasonable prices. We pay freight and give personal atten? tion to placing work fca ceme? tery. ? h 1 n e r y with which our plant Is equipped en We respectfully invite you to call and inspect our large stock of ftnlshed when In Norfolk. If unable to call write us for catalogue. LAWSON & NEWTON llth Street and William Ave. NORFOLK. VA. On Pine Beach Car Line. Phone 5751. EL EL Mumford, Pr?s., J. P. Nottingham, V.-Pres. and Cashier. GLOUCESTER- MA THEWS r BANK, Inc. Paid Up Capital $50,000 MATHEWS C. H., VA. So...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 13 April 1911

NORTHERN WOMAN EHIQ6I-ES R. E, LEE I KICHMON D, V A. Speecial ? The Boston Trana?. -tnroti 30th, on its editorial wage, jsrtnts an Interesting estimate of ?arml Hobert R. Lee fr?>m t?i?> pen ?^f Alice \V ?'lark, who appears t.? have enjoy*??! tn?- acquaintance o( the great soldier *ft??r the surren Th.- writer. wh?> rthern Woman, professes a slnc?-r?- admira tlon for Oeneml l-?-?- and describes blm as one ol the world's ?r. ?enera,!?, end a brav? and noble Amer u i Son-.. Southern rt>Hdev?i. however. ?ill i?- surprised to note Uv apparent loin with which h?? talked to the author ,if the Article. I.ee ?whs a most reserved man and usually be ? great caution In allud inn t?> the s . ll?-re i? Alu?- W. Clark's est?mate in full: Me was sitting on th?> porch of his horn?- in the dear Southern town of hin native State when 1 first met him. n broken, Wsnry. white-haired man. Not old perhaps in years, but to the ?asual view h?...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 13 April 1911

CLARK BECOMES SPEAKER OF HOUSE WASHINGTON. D. C, 8peclal.? Champ ?Mark became Speaker of the House Tuesday, April 4th, when he answer?-.I "l do." to the oath ad? ministered by Representative Talbott. of Maryland. Previous to this Mr. Clark had outlined what the Demo? crats proposed to do in this House. \ After thanking his colleagues for f the speak?rshlp. and the wonderful ovation ae.-orded h m. and admitting that he realized fully the responsi? bilities devolving upon him, Mr. Clark said: "We are this day put on trial, and Uie duty devolves upon ux to demonstrate that we are worthy of tin? confidence Imposed in us by tlie voters of this land, and that we are uorthy of their still wider conIIideai ?je. "We will not shirk our duty. Wo do not shrink from the rc apoiislbllttle**. That we will prov? oquai to the emergencies tlu-re ?tu? be no doubt. And the way IO aeOSMpM?h that Is to fultlll with courageous, intelligent i?at riotism, tin- promises nuulo before Hie election in order to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 13 April 1911

Spring Millinery FRCANDSAT. APRIL T AND 8 E trust that vou will accept this a-, a per? sonal invitation to view out special dis pl a y of Spring Millinery. ?A1J new styles and shapes, in a hostot bewitch ? ins cnlorinps arc here for vour approval. rOur shoe department has recieved spec ial attention. All styles, leathers and prices. No matter what your tastes we can please you. We have provided new low cut slioes it-rail our men, women ami children customers to clvoose from. ? Dress goods, silks etc., that will please you are here. f1 Every department is ?full of the newest things for spring and ?summer. 'Come and make the most o? .an exhibit prepared especially for you. Wyat/t Wolffe MATHRS. VA Look at the treesand .under the dead Afras? around you and vou will see alen? of the ?caeon. hud? and grceti -gras?. This means its *ime to get to work. Plant pea? and pota? toes, you can get the very best quality of T. W. Wood*? and D. M. Ferry's seed? of all port* here. Irish Cob birrs, Ea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 13 April 1911

Laster T?Uclcome Xet us fl>ahe ??our Eaeter Sboptng a pleasure Grtp R. Wr. Foster extend* a welcome to those visiting Mathews from the surrounding country, Th? dor*rs of iiis Tailoring Rooms are open to von- He is at all times glad to be of assistance m anv way to shooers and others. 1 On display there, you will find an excePcnt assort? ment of the very newest, spring suitings and beautiful fashion plates. They are decidedly nobbv and breezy and you at once forget your clothing troubles for vou realize \ou are "in right" at last. If You can amuse yourself looking at this display It will do vou good to feel their superior quality, and when vou hear the PRICE, vOi will be sure to find something among the many that just suits you. 1?Go in and watch the little Tailoi at work. See how the clcthes that FIT ?re made It will interest you and you'll be glad you went. "'Don't hesitate. Rt?member yo?; are al? ways welcom ?-. 1R. m jfo?ter bailor Drufl Stove S51?. noatbews C lb. DRES...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 13 April 1911

THE FORTY YELLOW MEN By ALLAN STEPHENS COPYRIGHT 1911 ?"I>?n't imagine for an instant that 1 *l*?m a quitter, or that I'm layln' down ?Ms you. omptalned Hilly Joyce! to hts sunburnt vie-a-vla, simultsne- . oualy reaching for the bottle of Scotch to Which he helped himself sparingly. Tou know '.hat when 1 pla.. the game! X ?tick to the finish, that I'm with from tti. ^.?Ia card to the turn; but _he trouble is this?that I'm tir. iMkln' a piker, and unless a nice little apiece ??t money turns up pietty ?juiek. ?why. I'm goln' to turn over the box and give up the K?me." Captain MLcBride, better known as ?*Cap'n Pete to certain officials of Che United States Oo>.ment who gutrd its borders again*! the crossing ?nf the Chinese coolie, leaned back In Ills ehair. took a Ion? puil at his cigar ?ad with his eyes on the occupants of m corner table, slowly exhaled th? Kent sm<ke and looked at Billy thoughtfully "Nov listen to me for a minute," he ?aid. You know t...

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