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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 August 1900

V THINKS MB WIU. SB MS LO MB SPONSISLS POR NIB OBBOB. ■sains «unir -m w^mm * k nUluiNGTulf DEAD. stotó JLíMtoátaraiS WuBlftMi j llgTISt 11 Q0|tlSS of .roueivsd at kit war 8s- cobuIb i letter purporting to 1m draw u personal friend of A|ulo< wlilcli «tute tlint Um VlUpina cliM «loe uot take itiviouiD of the nuiueetjr procUniutlou because some Hum ego lie gave orders to Ills Col* lowers to break up intoguerrllln bauds. XUt- auwutijf urder excupts thosw wl o Violated Itlu llW* OÍ WUV Mill it StlitCS tiul AgUlUuldo fusts lltul itu would Im; Ui tUu excepted clui sltuuUl lie iuuJurtiik« to surrender uuUur tiiu uuuit- ij proclamation. The letter U dated mi lilac So l'uto. wliicti in Mid to tie tile lu.'MJiu provincial (juuflera ot AguiuaiUu. it states . however, that Aguinaldo uever nut y a more iban ouu olgiii iu it place aud out/ a few bourn in any one location. lie allows oo oue to coiue near iiitu except ill inoet inutuulo [terminal frleud*. A dispatch iu oue of the papers dated at ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 August 1900

" ■ s ■ ^Miiiirift SI; ■ y' 'C ?.«J ¿ítT%'/: ■:'"-í'Vlí-v';"y"' 'V <, '• ^ kin ?*'*' ' a&ilti^júra-&•'•'? • • '• * IjL. TBXA8.AtTO.lT.iaaO. rs ■peni in civilised •Sorts to prtttrve hove known the ir CtntUritS Md millions vainly usad la ths sf- • tbem the recipe. MUI linguist mt al .S§jH|H| te botera la tlM lan- ío nationality to frUlch id tpske . „ _ Ufc, Fetach. Itolltn, Rumian and Span- ly Montad, la MI moat perplexed man ta Indiana ra Rogara of Richmond, who chlekene tor the market, and er 306 of them While feeding the other day, one of the fotrlt * a 9500 diamond from a ring on and then darted in among other 299. George doean't know Of the chlekeqa gobbled hia coat- i, and therefore he is deeply per- A trip from Berlin to Paris baa been aiadt by Herr Arthur Renter, who started from Berlin on May 87, and reached Paria on June 5. The rante followed included the cities of Magde- burg, Brunswick. Hanover and Co- legas; Aix-la-Chapelle and Liege; No- mnr, Oivet and Reims, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 August 1900

IK IS® I- tia hora out from under his mm Mew tknt frtirfa •fié fbrry'll to ovar I a atante," to mü "1 sot to get tack to kartell ftg«:* (M Chicago. Fifty canta, m4 a «uorter fir them trunhe.*" knead «kite hor— through (to top dust. Making up * doud «kick put a track layar on tto brown leavaa of tke bait! "breab" on either aid* of tto road, la two minutes tto thick woods kid ttoai turn slgkt. jOb tto high baak of Lato Mary «a aorttorn Wisconsin were left four Mlaa Elisabeth Jordan, aad tke Jabea Jordan. Tto artlclaa left try tto bus driver are bare stat- ed ta order of tbeir Importance. Tbe containing an slaborate sum- wardrobe, Miss Jordan was a pretty girl, and U>« Hon. Jabas was Merely a father and Incidentally a trust magnate, tbe president aad chief stockholder la tbe International Air Bngtne company. "Wall, Esther," said Mist Bess, wltb a smile which would hsve brought any other man to his know, "it looks as though we'd come to the right plsee for pastoral quiet, don't it?" ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 August 1900

Ti* «f Mb VMt * €•* mm Ay i r. tected and strewn with well li those of til boys in blue whom they fought." It hot often been asked if that eauae was right, why did it fail? True, it did not snecesd in a way wo sail success; but it was a glorious aueceae, since out of it has grown the very best the southland; and the entire world has learned to admire the Ameri- can character as the world never did before. From the wreckaand ashes of-the past a new being has arisen, Phoenix-like, aoaring, strong unswerving, all over the opposing forces of nature and na- tions; and it is easy to foretell a lofter and yet loftier, grander and still grander, destiny awaiting this wonderful new south, with its sub- lime, invincible courage, ita bound- less, dauntless ambition. Our mili- tary and naval exploits afforded val- uable lessons in war to other itn- tions. The European 'lieau pabre" has learned his best cavalry taetuu from such well trained cavalry leaders as Stuart, Morgan, Forrest and Wheeler....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 August 1900

I i-i" mjms '¥>í¡5! : - i !|Í¡ :*fm =■ '!" 1 -J- Stfe'i B;v' U 600 Men's Fine Fur Hats drummers' samples will be placed on sale Saturday, Sept. ist, at 7 o'clock a. m. PAGAN'S Clothing up stairs, nice and clean and new. Our Coats, Fall Suits, Juvenile Clothing a specialty. Receiving Fall Clothing right along now. GRAND CLEARING-OUT SALE Of Dress Goods, White Dimity, Piques, Indias, Nainsooks, Cords, Checks, Victoria Lawns, Straw Sailors, Hats, Parasols, Fans, Low Cut Shoes, Strap Sandals and Clothing. EDWIN CLAPP'S Fine Slices for Men, are hand made, ¡iuiiú .unshed, a lie ni¿¿uc by Lie most thoroughly trained and skilled shoe- makers in America. PACKARD'S $3.50 SHOES Chrom- Calf, three soles, Essex last. Wazcd Kangaroo, Fnsmel Vic? r.nd Pníent Bals. A large lot now afloat. Cone's Boss Coats And Overalls are made In the greatest railroad center in America and are worn by a tremendous number of railroad men on all the trunk lines. They are union made and recommended by the Knights ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 August 1900

í&u MBRpM v.. 10 THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS AUGUST 10, 1900. JE:'; SÍ#' 1 Jfe - lüi!^ il ' i, HS '• «J8kP$ Í¡8 m i • A GREAT SCHEME. Hmt York City Again Demonstrate lia Prograaaivenei. "New York is the greatest town on this continent, and 1 don't, know but what it will crowd out anything on the other side," said a man of travel. "But. you are a little behind in 6onie minor matter -. I was glad on a re- cent trip here to find that one little detail had been added. I had not thought of it before, but your New York man hau worked it out. "I bad a friend here whose address had slipped of! my mental bump of locality. Of course, the city directory was the only way out, and I went into a drug store and asked if I could see the city directory. 1 have done this before, and always bought a nick- el's worth of something, just to malw the apothecary foci that he wasn't payingthe entire amount for his bonk. This last time, however, I found that the apothecary had taken comp...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 August 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL. TEXAS. AUGUST 10. 1900. The Tree to Mown by Its Fruits. Texas Farm and Kunch. Civilization that docs not se- cure the rights and happiness of the people ought to have some other name. The word is too often used merely to designate a high development of knowledge, skill, and the power to adapt the resources of nature to the uses of man. Thus an invention for destroying human life and mul- tiplying human misery is as pon- derous in weighing the civiliza- tion of a people or country as the invention of an antitoxine for smallpox or bubonic plague, or the building and endowment of ch arity hospitals or halls of learning. If n man perfects a method or mat bine capable of killing and maiming a large num- ber of people in a short space "1 time, or a submarine engine cap- able oí sinking «1 g' at ship with all on board, whether men, women or children, him the na- tion bojMfs ; nd reward- . It this - real!\ cu ¡li/ation, would not th- world be better mi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 August 1900

UK ^Hli ÉlfW 12 THK CALDWELL NEWS• CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS, AUGUST 10, 1900. Bp ' i Stories of tl)« Street. •—Fagan has a new ad in this issue. Don't fail to read it. —Some line walnut log's have been brought to town this week and left at the depot for ship- ment. —When you have any news of any kind, just ring the 'phone and tell us about it. We will appreciate it. —We are receiving each day most gratifying evidence of prosperity in Burlesoif county— subscriptions are flocking in. Capt. G. J. Williams is making some improvements around his cotton platform and is moving bis wagon scales back from the sidewalk. —A big excursion to Galves- ton is on for next Sunday. The fare for round trip from Cald- well is $1.60. and a number will go from here. ~R. Struwe has bought the old Christian church and is this week tearing away and moving parts of it, which will be utilized in various ways. —A protracted meeting is be- ing held al Cookes Point bv Rev. J. M. Crutchfield, assisted by Rev. W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 August 1900

r TWELVE PAGES. Caldwell News-Chronicle. ol'K AIM IS THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FAKMEKS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XXI. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 24, 1900. NO. 13. jjfi ifr t ¿From Our fflurai Staff. * ********* ********* SOMIRMIll. nity. the guest of Mrs. Lizzie Roberson. Síímwkvii.i.i T< xa , Ati^n-i -<The entertainment given l>v - Bditok Mrs. K. r. Porter Saturday! Mrs. Kd Parks and children night was a sourcc of much cn-j are visiting in "S arbrough. joyinent to all those present. Mrs. J. \\. Lauderdale and Misses Mattie Doak of Cid- children left Sunday ¡or Lam- t¡¡ngs ¡md ()|lie Moses of Dime l pasas. Box attended the entertainment j Miss Adu Lacy left Sunday for Saturdav night. Lock hart, after basing spent Miss Jodie Jessee. one of Sa- j several months with her uncles. ¡a,Jo's charming young ladies, is Messrs. Lauderdale. here visiting. Miss hila Hill slightly bet- Mrs. Leona Carroll and daugh-j ter. after a vers severe spell...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 August 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS • CHRONICLE, CAL ™* , TEXAS, AUGUST 24, 1900. ««SUMIO) NEWS UIIOL Washington, D. C., August 17. BDITOK Nkvvs-CHKONICI.H : The administration's keep-it- dark policy has been turned on the Chinese news this week. Everybody in Washington knows that important news was re- ceived from Minister Conger- - so important that McKinley re- turned a day ahead of the time he had appointed, but what it was is merely guesswork, and Assistant Secretary Adee actual- ly had the nerve to say that he thought the newspaper men should refrain from guessing at the nature of the news, lest it might be guessed right and harm done. According to latest ad- vices from the allied army, it i circulating the proclamation is should be at Pekin by this time I sued by General Miles when he and able to prove whether the took possession of the island, in Chinese government means war which Secretary Long was au- thorized to make as to whether the extortionate prices should be paid or a government armo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 August 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS • CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS. AUGUST 24. 1900. xmm ¡Part's Cxpositton jCetter. SSy Our iftogutar Correspondent. ^uMüÉanaiiiMMiniaáMitm AiÍflÍllAftiI§IMIM91MAAMllll ^nfffTWrTTTTTrnH TI'TffTr. ^TTTrfTr TT rmrrrr Prrr- fTrfTTT'TT PAHIH, FWANCK, Alltf. <>, 1CHM). Euitok NKWS-Chiíomci.k: = tunately, on mu; occasion tin United States commissioner was ¡ aentbeti taste of our people. I ARE YOU BANKRUPT in Health. constitution undermined by ex- travagance in eating, by disre- garding the laws of nature, or physical capita! all gone, if so, NEVER DESPAIR Tutt's Liver Pills will cure you. metal or tiling, in many places, j For sick headache, dyspepsia, and has a high decorative value, j sour stomach, malaria, torpid M. Loubert. the president ol K0r rooms, mantel-pieces and¡)¡V(.r const¡pation, biliousness France, makes f«e>( n e n t visits staircases, it has lonif been used . ,, . . , ... to the exposition and is as far as ,)V the French. Whole sides ot\™d ^'kindred ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 August 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS CALDWELL NEWSOMOMCLE. ft. Iff S.MUSTM COMUN. Ittcrtd In tb« Caldwell po tofllce m mc- ••4-elaaa matter. m lMU«d Evrrjr Frldar Morning. Subscription Rat* . Oh V«M ... Mt Month* .. lPmir Montn* Two Modi ti- ll M 75 50 Sí'i:akin(. of tramp and what should be done with them, the Hearne Democrat nays: "We believe that a full and complete! solution of this whole tramp | question is this: When it ap* ¡pears satisfactory to the courts that the tramp is an able-bodied! man and in the place of hunting is dodging work, and at the same time is going around the private! residences of a city or town, begging bread, he ought to be fined as a vagrant and sent to j the county farm, where he can ¡ get good lodging and plenty to j eat, besides plenty of work., Considerable discussion being1 This tramp business is become) current, both locally and over a profession among a certain the state, regarding the matter class of people, and while there treated of in the following letter, are ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 August 1900

■ .. . AUN THAT A COMMISSION I APPOINTED TO PlX TBNMS. I. Aug* Il -Tbe Chinana through U Hung Cku|. ■ppllmtoB 10 tu# UnltcS 11 iWotUMBt oC Mlnistsr or aaaa otfcnr Aaortcaa oSelil i wihorltr to open Mfrtiitloni (or KM SSMItto-t of paaee and (or Is- 1st Mall* tonne for the settlement «I IN prssant trouble. The sppllcation <MH to tin Chinese ml&Iitar todsy m taken by him to the state do- U Hunt Chang* application (or the appointment of a ponce coinmlns- loaer expresses willingness to conduct the negotiations at apolnt desired by the power*, and It la expected that thla will be at Pekln Tieu Tain. A at ail lar application baa been made by Barl LI to all the powers interested. Hla suggestion of Minister Conger as the minister commissioner la based upoa the idea that as Minister Conger haa been rescued be has now tbe opportunity to proceed to tbe point where negotiations will lie beld and lirottediuga, Tbe application docs not euggeet ny prticulsr terrus nor does it ask for tbe wit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 August 1900

SI • loot Ilia role*. of tfe« University of Sydney is Mid lo lure made u srtildsl u4 it cm be aa regu lated a* to the volee soprano. tenor, contralto or knas at «ti L Alome OP AN UM* MOLV AkUANCB Ñk' m ly «oterUloing tricks dis- played by a ««II known dog in Evans- tcm, UK, «as the ability to smoke ciga- rettes. His master bad taught him this habit, and master and Chote, as the dos «ee called, «ere often seen pa- rading the streets, each smoking * ci- garette. Lately the dog oecame mad end bit every other dog it met P' The Supreme Court of Massachusetts has derided that a bicycle is not a "car- riage."* and that the cities snd town are sot legally required to keep their in such a state of repair and hat bicycles may pea? in safety. A bicycle rides «as hurt near Dan vers because of a depression in the road. A suit followed, and the plaintiff «as awarded fS5 dam- ages. The. Supreme Court has annulled the verdict The four awn placed before the country by the t«o great political par- ti...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 August 1900

If-- BwrV;;■ Pack Train 13 **«• * ■lowly starving infantry, parts of two volunteer battalions, «ara sprawl- ed about la the dusty moonlit plasa of Alphonso thai eight A email group of fagged and famished war acribas «ara among them. aad theas maa oom- aiaatad aarloualy upon the uply aad tkaaklaai propoaltloa which Ilk la. Now aad then a coaimlaaloaad ofltoer aworc loudly at hta men, alternately calilas thatu blood-thirsty davits aad nerve-shatteiwd young ladlas. Tha en- listad man mrwd back In half audible growla. la the air was that queer mur- muring undertone, which can always be beard in the midst of American troops, just after a brush with the "niggers." And straight above the foul and ancient towa a hot white mid- night moon stared down tauntingly. Never-to-be-forguttmi is that lust Jan- uary night at Alphonao, way down in one of the lower provinces of Lugon. dark for 10 ialnle a days; feed It at rare and irreit ilar Intervals upon baron and hardtack; charge It upon live, smoki...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 August 1900

' 47;r ■ ;* . [•>, í'v :; ■• $ÍTO IVlÉiii'^MÉÉiiÉIlBi ' l|9 - i M 'JtK WPpi Ite m K the t to thla 0000* at moatoriag the Bal Wha will prob- thO UllTMltf o( CalifOr- or Ulud Stanford, Instead of go- bio first Intention, prince la of anudl • tature and very abllng the Japanese la bla characters. He Is la th« cara of Ma Ba Too, second secretary of the PRINCE BUI WHA. legation at Waahlagton, who la acting aa Interpreter for the royal a Mil granting the _ City of Rochdale authority to MM a«4 operate municipal tram- ways, the Police and Sanitary com- mlttee of the Houas of Lords, acting MUM, rooently éhe aoollcu- of «ir proftta from the undertah- rto the general exponas of the city, to any purpoas other than the of the service and the reduction This action waa not without or two legislative precedents and with the prevailing practice of other British mu- •lei pall ties In their "municipal trad- m of Mechleaberg-Streltts, Who tor a divorce, and the Royal Lady , . . Princesa Mario, la au...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 August 1900

(too Men's Fine Pur hats ; drummers* samples — will | be placed on sale Saturday, ( Sept. ist, at 7 o'clock a. m. > VV*V«V*V«V^«VV*V*V*V*VV1 Clothing up stairs, nice and clean and new. Overcoats, Pall Suits, Juvenile Clothing a specialty. Receiving Pall Clothing right along now. GRAND CLEARING-OUT SALE Of Dress Goods, White Dimity, Piques, Indias, Nainsooks, Cords, Checks, Victoria Lawns, Straw Sailors, Hats, Parasols, Fans, Low Cut Shoes, Strap Sandals and Clothing. EDWIN CLAPP'S Fine Shoes for Men, are hand made, hand finished, and made by the most thoroughly trained and skilled shoe- makers in America. PACKARD'S $3.50 SHOES Chrome Calf, three soles, Essex last. Glazed Kangaroo, Enamel, Vici and Patent Bals. A large lot now afloat. Cone's Boss Coats And Overalls are made in the greatest railroad center in America and are worn by a tremendous number of railroad men on all the trunk lines. They are union made and recommended by the Knights of Labor. On sale at FAGAN'S. Ziegler's ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 August 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TETAS, ACGUST 2*. 1900, * 9 I curious codes. RECRUITS FOR THE PULPIT. fawr Way People Bife Fosad of Co uunicatiag Information. A gentleman who travels very fre- quently has draw n up a code of sen- tences expressive of most things h> might dc-ire to say to his wife hv let- ter when away from home. This code oompriscs 200 sentences, which are numbered consecutively. He carries a copy oí it with him on his journeys, his wife also having a copy at home; and. when he wishes to let her know —for instance—that he "w ill be back to-morrow evening." he just writes on a post card the number oí this sen- tence as i. appears on the cede. On receipt of the p- st raro the- wife rvfers to her copy, and is able to understand what is ¿meant just us well as ii the sentence, instead of ii- number, wer? written on the post «ard. This method insures aU hit- privacy, as well a- saving of time. Postmen in one of the -outhern >ub- nrbs of London may be puzzled ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 August 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE. CALDWELL. TEXAS, AUGUST 24. 1900. SQD1RRRL OH tHE TRACK. BaglEMr Toll* of • Ckaae by aa Va prou rrain. "Did I ever toll you of the hot chase I liud once after u squirrel op the track?" nskid 11rrv Hetitlev, who holds flii.- rein l.ehiml Kngint- No. !MK, one day Inst week. "Never did, ch? Well, I've gi t vuii eortirred, and as nobody el>e would ever .-land -till long enough to lit mm linL-h that yarn I'm going to hold you to the lln- if>h. It \u¡- down on the Middle di- v i * i < 11 between Ihj. Moines and Dav- enport. It wn« a rttinv ni<ilit, and I wfl- pulling No. <">. She wi¡- ni: hour late. 1 *iit you km w h r tunc ir> on It) Son:;,' anyhow. No, <i i!. .n't -top inly at count\ n:it« wlu n it ran I be! ju d. nnd I g;\e N . . ii IS a fr< •• r< .11 that night. 1 w..- hittin' '■ in up prt tty l ¡ v < • I \ urotiud the curve 1 ¡i>t of tile big ho: 11 n :r (when on pokin' lit j Ik ad i t i-' Mil *i filie «• :t' 1 tu i!<...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 August 1900

RRRPiliH mm C Stories of tb« Str««t. MMtf —The two round bale gin* are in excellent and tiptop shape, and are fairly ranting and puff- ing to get the staple to devour, —Perdue'* barber shop has Several bales have been bought been treated to some new steps.:at bot^ IP08' bul neither has ,, , ;done any ginning. The price —A great crowd went to (*al-' veaton Sunday. About eighty tickets were sold her?. = MITCHELL WAGONS. —Capt. Tom William* is re* ported, at our press hour, to be as low as possible, and scarcely expected to live. —Some of our communications had to be left out in toto. We will make a change next week and paid for cotton in the seed is S3 per hundred, though the Ameri- can gin paid $3.25 per hundred for a bale Saturday. —The railroad company is do- ing the right thing around the depot now. In addition to boring a well and fixing the track, it is now building a new platform in \Yc have just received a car of the well known Mitchel Wagons. \o better wagon was ever brought ...

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