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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 September 1900

#■ "REACH tO/tOO. ' ;* ■■ * Galveston Horror the Worst Calamity of Century • Tie tatMt m«i front floodswept (Mmtoo inert mm the horror of the fletar* ltd by tha terrible (idol «ova. Al least too thouaand poraooa ware loto eternity by tha wind ond thot art la ot 1 o'clock Soturday Hoc. nnd continuad tor twenty* honra. Tha following report ia o correspondent at tha arena of the dreadful calamity. Tha exodus of tha people of Oalves- loo, fleeing from hunger and pestilence ood thouaand-foid suffering, haa baguh to aornaat. At loaat 1,000 man and woman hod advantage of the tranaportn- fOcllitiea furnlahed by praaalng loto aervicc all available amall boat* ood aolled to Texas City ond Virginia Point. Other thousands ara randy to leave aa soon as they can aacura pas- though unnvoidable neglect, hlllod moot of tham. Thot hundrada of othera will dla In tha aoma woy to probobla, even If oo pestilence brooka out. Several peraona hove olrandy gona Inanne from their auflerlnge. But In immadlote ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 September 1900

IM ¿r STS Ma far Um Judge to the Mi. cataloga . bat fcM H «act Mt In iaterrad (lit KMi Hill, w i whole, i* 1 •ar of going oat of tillap. tots wk tbudoMl term at 1M tto Ml amount to but about 4 ««I of tbo iUU'i am. is Ml Mt. Pree- oat cooeldorntiou of hi kii brought to lifkt aa ordlaaacc of Lincoln's loa, 4M yeere old. "UrtaaM Sylvan." la UM last Corahlll, writes: "In 1506 than It a raaolaUoa of tbo bcach that aay aaa at Um clcrh'a aomnoaa ahall ba Saecroualy clad, aad aot with bla ablrt la lacia popull uHra dlploMaai, 1. a., oat la public view boyood bla 'A profaaaor of geology baa found Mar Moatclalr, N. J., foaatl specimens Of a tab auppoaed to ba mllllone of yenre old. Tbo flab belongs to tba or* dar of ganoids, of wblcb there ara only a law modern repreeentatlves. Houae- baopara who thhk their flaharmaa to aot furaiahing wares aa fraah aa they daaira can at laaat comfort themeelYee with tbo knowledge that hia Ice-box ooataiaa nothing aa old aa tbla. There la a popular Impraaaion...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 September 1900

íJt ;.v ♦ ' * " ' ■ K **&r ;.•• mfi #<* • }■■■'.''.; 1 lipppf i ipyipwiMpp A Precious Trust "Hsr drwiH with procUlon hang, Hsr hat obssrves a stylish set, iba hat a poodle tor a pat—" —Frank Dempster Sherman. Tha Arm of Twlat 4 TaSeU was rograaalva, consequently considerate. 0, II being July. Will Merrlvell got • at 1 o'clock on Saturdays. Bo did Wray, who was In the mail order sat. and who frequently came to blm In his position as manager of the cloth department, to match sam- ples of order goods. On one of these occasions he discovered that lona liv- ed In the same suburb as he did. He found out, too, that they generally went out of the city at the same hour, on the same train. On learning which bla spirits rose like a toy balloon. To bo aura, lona was a pretty girl. She possessed not only beauty, but dlstlnc Uon. She held her slender young body so erectly, she spoke jno frankly, but also with such dignified reserve, and abe was so earnest and so conscien- tious In doing th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 September 1900

■I i?MPV 'é*Plip; IS®Pf' NI Accepting the Democratic Nomination for the Presidency MMptlai ths noml- aatloa tnlmd by you on bthdf of tbs Democratic party. I beg to assure you of ay appreciation of Um groat m by the dalo* m la coavoBtloa assembled, aad by votara who cava Instruction to Um |&¿ ü Él?; •; MS ■ ^ #r, 1 *« eensibie of the responsibilities which rest upon th« cblof magistrate of ao groat a nation, aad realise the far-reaching affect of the questlOBs in- volved in the preeent con teat In my letter of acceptance of 1896. I made the following pledge: "0o deeply am I impreeaed with the magnitude of the power veated by the Coastltutlou In the ehief executive of the nation and with the enormous in- fluence which he can yield lor the ben- ait or injury of the people, that I wiah to eater the olBce, If elected, free Cm any personal desire, except the Ire to prove worthy of the confi- dence of my countrymen. Human Judgment is fallible enough when un- biased by selfish considera...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 September 1900

SFHGflN'S tfflTSH MANUFACTURERS* SAMPLES Bought at just half the regular price, now on sale daily until all are sold. As there are no two hats exactly alike you need not come in and ask for one "just like the one Bill J i mm ie got here yesterday," but you come quick and get first choice. FAGAN'S Clothing aod Shoes For fall, are rapidly arriving, and it is safe to say there will be no nicer stock or better values shown in Caldwell this fall. 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. ZIE€LER'S HIGH ART FOOTWEAR For Ladies,...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 September 1900

wm |úí:;;:' ■ m m- I'/V ; 11 Hi' é:; TT? Wí NEWS uno. Washington, O. C., Sept. 14. Eoitom Nkvvs-Chkoniclb : Putting the American llag- wtacre it ought not to be is a McKinley specialty which has brought the country trouble and humiliation in big chunks. But that did not prevent his order- ing the flag to be raised in the wrong place again this week. It is by McKinley's order to be raised over the notorious Li Hung Chang, who is to be taken from Shanghai to Fekin under its protection, and on board an American warship if he wishes, and when he gets to Pekin Gen- eral Chaffee and his brave Amer- ican soldiers are to be his body guard. What a use to make of the American flag and American soldiers! This old rascal has been afraid to leave Shanghai— afraid alike of his own country- men and the powers, with the exception of Russia, which is said to own him body and soul. And now McKinley rushes into the breach and raises the Amer- ican Hag: over him and takes him to Pekin, regardless of wh...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 September 1900

Qmst 'á* As tit pctl from th wavlaul l>v THE POOR OLD OVERWORKED ELEPHANT. The Campbell's are coming to Cald- well. on September 26. The only big show that will be in this part of Tesa tlii* Kcuftou Ik Campbell Bros'. Big Consolidated show . It take fourteen b¡tf 6U-foot railroad car to transport thi big show. We have fourteen cage of wild bea t , fifty tar per- former , the tine t troupe of perform- ing elephant in thin country, with thi big how. No other how give so much and o good for t tie money a* Campbell Uros' United Show . In all the year since it «va first organized it has never been guilty of one dishonorable act or practicing one imposition on it thous- ands of patron . No gamblers or fa- kirs follow this show. You will say for once in your life you have seen only honest men with a bitf show. An army of men raise the largest tents ever in your city, and the wonderful sci|iliut- of all will cull forth admira- j lion from you. Truly tlu discipline ! and accurate movement...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 September 1900

BE ': P'K [ Stori«t of tbt Street —Some of the literature lovers of the city will make ail effort soon to organize a literary club. —Notice changes in the ads of J. F. Cobb, J. H. Alexander and E. O. Jannett in Ibis week's issue. - Sam Jackson is this week completing his barbecue pit and restaurant adjoining the Piwetz building —It will be observed that our correspondents were not carried away by the brisk "blow," but are in full evidence this week. —D. Levi this week received quite a large shipment of new shoe boxes to replace those slightly damaged by the recent storm. —Korff & demons, of Bren- —Our Mt Pleasant com muni cation arrived too late for publi- cation tbia week. The new square bale gin is a hummer. It has been running only a few weeks, yet about three hundred bales have been turned out. — Repairing, where damage was done by the storm, is going on and it will not be long before all signs left by the blast will be done away with. —E. F. Keliv this week sold 'his barber...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 September 1900

Caldwell News-Chronicle. <>t K AIM IS THE <iREATRST UENKKIT To THE KAKMEKS AND WOKKINU PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XXI. CALDVVKLL, BURLKSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2H, 1900. NO. 18. * J>rom Our j?ura/ Staff, t vritOtt IMUIRII. I'M*! I \N. T.v , Sept. 2- koitoh xbws'i iikush i.r, Three weeks have passed Mnce wc sent a communication from here. Th hand oí afilielion has been laid heavily upon us. Sick- ness and death have entered our home and robbed us one of life's brightest jewels. y« t we bow in humble Hul mi«.s'.'in to Hun who i 1U NIS. Tesis, Texas, Sept. 25. Euiti-i! Nivs-Chkonki. : This vicinity is again having regular daily showers. Cotton pickers are scarce and a high price is paid to the feu v, ho can Ik gotten. Sunday at home with her par* ellts. Miss Leona Oldham is quite sick at present. L( is, the little daughter of Wil- liam Hryiner, has been very sick, but is able to be up now. Loddie Koberson, who has been on a week's visit to "friends" in Sala...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 September 1900

a THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL. TEXAS. SEPTEMBER 28, two. CALDWELL NEWS-CHROMCtF. erty are* perfect and worthy Wk extend our congratulations' as right, justice and liberty to the Waco Times-Herald, and' ft. UE JOINER, .... t. MUSTON GERMAN, Editor md Reporter Kat«red In the CaldwvU pnatofic u« *«c • •4-Cliw* matter. Issued Every Friday Morning. themselves. And with all this is an earnest and unfailing love JflNNETT'S NEW YORK STORE. Subscription Rates. Ou Year ... Nil Months íour Montris Two M Oil I Í1S Advertising Rates. Waco in general, on their sue-; cess in securing the Texas Cen- M""tt uf, üUr have arrived and here I «ill name a few price,: lila - i . . , , ...... i , . . , ,, ware, 4-uJece table aetn, mc, 0c and i*fc. (ila^a Tumbler , 15c ; et and uu, .. | fa* humanity that makes his life | tral shops lor that city. It some- Cak0 SU|ld- from l5c up< water Set from i&c up. tilas* i.amp from Mc la shhiing light—a happy bless- times takes a great deal of per- lip....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 September 1900

.1 -1. From Our OW friend. Ufe - El. ' A Lay Sermon. Yah k:.i.tu*. Tew , Sept. 1„. Wai„ Ti„, kiutok nkwh m«« nici.r: "Ah cold water to a thirsty l'a>n and Buffering are Incident houI, so is tfoud uews from a far :to human «íxintence. Bodily pain, country." The wisest man was mcntal «"^¡ntf, soul anguish- certainly thinking of dry times ¡these *° with us fr;,m the l,eKin" and the Nkw.s-I'iikunici.k when j111 n'"\ cn<'' Neither riches, he wrote thnt. 1 know bv expe- rience that the analogy U per- fect. It might be of interest to note that the Ni.w.s-Chkihncu. is known in this part of newspa- perdom as being a remarkable clean, well printed sheet, with thc philosopher up-to-date editorials and an ex- cellent corps of correspondents. With us the dav lor its arrival is cherished as a p' « - .«nt dream Within wholly Hew surround- ings, reminders ot the pleasant past are double welcome. I wish I knc« -..nu'ihinir . ( Uk: m.v"'«r.v "f l'ai" n" trnivli * nor honors, nor friends can shu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 September 1900

Ife,, É ' THE CALDWELL BAPTIST 4SSM4TKM. iter a< iilufi— má ***** = =— = as == ¡HsF! TES lfKIHtZY MWSTRELS. tist association convened with Caldwell Uuptist church last Fri- d*v, September 21. and remained doctrine and obey t * : ^ I.- «;.rh closed command a Kver «¡nee it was announced long centuries ago that it was Pursuant to .diwrnmrnt a *>< ';l 10 >'* ak>ne' year ago. the l.ittle Kiver Bap- <lK're * « >'«" « •« ■ ' lions of mortals anxious to es- tablish that announcement as its half-dis- in session until Sondar nifrht. --'««« * ««r* Arrangements had made *««««' «¡ < * >">*<"* ■ to carc for and welcome all mes* And t.s well. 1 no heart and senders and viaitors and quite a «"•* "« *•* ' ■ « .*•*• <"r number came, first and last, to 'companinnahip. and the un.on of share the hwftulilv of our p«. ««"> ndividuals by the d.v.ne- plc and be profited l.v the com- l.v-sa^cuoned mmmuIim of mar- ing together of the represents- riag* rs a splendid act ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 September 1900

■ "k¡ «iKiá ta ths «•hKIsstlfl tk low of Uta « lit U ti kM*| tltt the that events IN the direction of s Uermaay for bsMov* "that Count on arriving at Taku. wlU demanding the of tro leaders of IIm anti- After i few hour's •mi formally declare war; advantage of Germany'e be will pro- everything available i Herman forcea and Uie It 1 expected thai Germany the Wa Sung fort and the arsenal thus dominating It la also believed that aha forte on the Yang Tw land ride and endeavor to fleet. including the leers. Falling in ihe will gt leaat occupy the pro- of Slang Hu, north of the Yang KUng The Frrach will support Thla Is not rumor, but n- laformatlon and can proliabiy at the foreign other, action la aeosswiy to pn v-m which constitutes a serious to Britiaii Interests. Ru-*u over the Taho Tekln rail- to Utrntiv " city will m population. The island and Mainland will add a uk her. Tho la laealculaMo la * Individual tho loeaaa in public paring, water works. achoola. churches. etc.. will sesily ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 September 1900

itoJUl af Mimiu to y moet • MM to abaolaialy with- jajo- iiritttov > «fUttlMfvwori; tbroagh muí Imm •• BMM at all tto ton 11 ; Mr. Oteé* Mb; Lord Bros* '«unaI Im * rato tor laaa tku a. **I<M Trato aa view «t tk< Puto bx- «*> H«ak) la Jara a amaU atol ■Ihrtr «Mtialltd bf sMgle excéptica of to gana. Ha to, i ttethm !%a maple of pattest laduitrjr to Ma Bortlgg «í bogs' bristtos as It to «am** as at Ttoatsts* "tin (Mb ana of «to hrhtlw has to Im ptckid ato af torito <f , i ■ mw Mm oí Aram mads a at 0ftw ncsatly to «ta oí' P; '.4M0HT WMW ¿ — WlfWWI With a «k« of por void, oa which to to- ■Bribed, "This Is M carat, what tho Croydon hümti td** poo to be." Aa >tflrt to boing to induce ttoPrian of Wotoo to opeo tho CHob- gew exhibit!oa next May. aad it to aripactad bis raysl hiitoM will ac- «bot Then to to to a earaor la the «übHioa devoted to ■It.i is like st tto Itttte tor akr lighting sod war toitoras is this lÜ, Tho Cbtoaio, Milwaukes £ 8L Pha. railway company an Tf^'Ti...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 September 1900

. IV;: U~.ru, bdoagl th* heart, •till Utt •Ml ywrn UW IMVM A3 song mib«thine of ftaz ztgysst to-r!*my *•••« el ear Mather. fee SSi^W. Fad* rrom the world my. Thin *v*r-«urlng. stall thrill through Uw ytmn: A'&rsjisrSLr- Hair of thy muaic la mad* of bis tears! Long may 1 I tat thy not* •oft through the aumnrr float Far 6 or tha llalda whora tUa WUd inwi wave; Than, whr, my day la don*. Oh. *t tbo rat of aun. Pour out thy aplrlt 4near to my grav*! —Lloyd MlfllH in Ind*im>e*nt. A COUNTRY COUSIN KM fee ***r * ooualn. Tom? INi year emula happen to Bluer 1 are brother* and «litara by dot- M a eotwln's a different thing! —Anon. MVS lad lb* dessert were served If 1 hadn't nearly tor- il" laaU Stafford par*. He rum- la M lanar poek*l. "Cae't Aad the letter. Muat have Mil It flt tit* oflce. Anyhow, it'* (rom ■T eonsln. Godfrey Cheater " "Mow, Henry'" Interrupted the mild of Mia. Stafford In amused ea- 'Why wlU you keep up SeUon about the roualnahlpT It M aurthtral. aad you know it!" •*...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 September 1900

W'T JsHB «fen M MR 1 Niil has been fortunate «toa the atorra in having no Area nntil Wednesday, the 19th. A mer- chant who had obtained permission to bum debris set five to a pile near awning and the awning caught The blase waa extinguished f the Are department before it be- came serious. The fire alarm wires are all but the several squad of mi- have orders to sound ■alarma in eaae of 'fire by firing their On Sunday following the storm til saloons were cloaed by order of the mayor. On the following Sun- day several of the «aloonists began liquor on the quiet. They arrested and taken before Ad- Qeneral Scurry, who warned they must not repeat the of- Later a prominent saloon i arrea ted for disobeying the and was put to work in a gang. #.■ ' Dr. Donaldson, chief surgeon of the New York Journal relief corps, it will not be necessary for the aurgeons to remain there longer. He has written an for a medical juoraal eom- upou the comparatively number el seriously wounded by saying that mos...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 September 1900

MILLINERY Now on exhibition, ready to sell ybu or show you. "Wf"1 """WWMW, MM •« • «• • «• • « FAGAN'S Now on exhibition to sell, at FAGAN'S. CLOTHING AND SHOES For 1*ni 1 and W inter, 1900, are now on exhibition. The assortment of SHOES is certainly unparalleled in the Shoe history of Burleson county. Scarcely a half dozen lots of sliodds shoes. Nearly all of the Shoes shown at FAGAN'S have solid leather insoles and counters. Of course, there are some Kid Shoes at 7,1 cents and S1.00, but most e\er\ ¡-hoc shown is high grade stuff. Clothing is something you want to buy from a reliable store like l agan's, that has stood c\clones of competition and still leads in selling the very best pure wove clothing at moderate prices. Ready-to-wear Suits, Slo.OO, SI2..")0, S10.00 and S7.50, that are matchless. THIS BEAUTIFUL ROCKER Is given free of charge to everv customer who buvs * $25.00 in Clothing, Dry- Goods, Shoes, Hats and Hillinery. These Rockers are charged to expense account just lik...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 September 1900

10 THE CALDWELL i WASHINGTON NEWS LUTE*. Washington, D. C., Sept. 21. Editor Nkws-Chkoniclk : McKinley' fellow imperialist, the emperor of Germany, not having a slumping political cam- paign on his hands, has notified a trust in the United State, when there isn't a family in the coun* try which doesn't know and feel bv the surest test, increase in its living expenses, of the exist- ence of numerous trusts, is as ridiculous as to say that black is white. The republican plat- V. T. PIEPER his American imitator that ¡ form t-ecogriizeti the exintoncc of must fish, cut bait, or get out of the Chinese boat. McKinley found this notification in the shape of the demand of the Ger- man emperor, that the Chinese officials who instigated the at- tacks on the foreigners shall be punished before Germany will participate in negotiations with China, when he paid Washing- ton one of his periodical visits this week, and with it was a commu- tation asking in diplomatic lan- gauge what he was going to...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 September 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL. TEXAS, .... T «1W . , Curious fact Regarding Mosquitoes. Of the abundance of mosqui- toes in all parts of the world, Prevention better than cure. Tutt's Liver Fills will not only cure, but if travelers and explorer* have ¡taken n time will prevent given am pit testimony In Lap- Sick Headache, land and Crimea, according to dyspepsia,biliousness, malaria, Kirby and Spence, the number of! constipation, jaundice, torpid mmoiuifK- i . L-nnrraou*. Hum-1 Bver aild kindred diseases, boldt has given similar accounts xi TTT'C I Uro . Dll I Q of the conditions at the mouth of ' ^ ® LIVCr I'M 1*1*3 the Rio 1'nare. In the United j ABSOLUTELY CURE. States niOMiuitoes are found al-' by winds, they are sometimes transported by railway trains to the despair of many country re- ALIICST ITJKAIT. Intelligence ct Animals—Coose Opsns s tarn Door. A writer in Our Animal KricmU re I ¡: it M'vcrnl uncedotes tbut allow tlie ¡niel!ijíí.'BCC' of animals and birds. Tl:i- f...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 September 1900

Stories of tl)t Strtet. Iba SkoMf Party. Recognizing the fact that the show last Wednesday offered an -A full attendance i earnest-! opportunity for social pleasure, ly requested at the League nextj8ev*ra' uf ,th= >oun* m"1 l'arlv Sundav evening at 4 o'clock. ¡' ,l,c wcc" "f n ««• "'■« a show party and their efforts met Kev. Weems Wootton will, with muchsuccess. The crowd preach at Yellow Prairie next ansemUled at two or three ciiiTei*- Sunday at 11 o clock and here at enl points and all joined in one ttiffht. crowd before the show ground —An effort will be made soon Uvas reached. About twenty-two to organize a B. Y. P. U. at the couples were in the crowd and a Baptist church, and everyone most delightful time was enjoyed hopes the effort will be success- by all. ful. The show was a very good -At the Baptist church Sun- one and the pleasure of seeing « • au • '•a- ■ • . i nil the vounij folks out in one day night, the visiting ministers j ... ,, ; ^ i mn/ln it n mnut Pflinvnhlf) ...

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