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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 6 November 1902

li THE WAR ENDING. COAL ARBITRATORS ACT. I Missouri 55- SERIES OF FARMERS' MEETINGS. Dates Announced By Missouri Doard of ; Agriculture. j The State Hoard of Agriculture an- nouiices the list nf tlio second series i of Farmers' Institute meetings. Tlio j first scrips of meetings, including morn than 60 places where a t wo days' j (session, was held, has just dosed with 1 very gratifying results. At most of j lie places largo ami entlmsiasiio ntiil- i iences were In attendance and took a ' deep interest l:i the discussion of t!n: subjects taken up. At many of thn meetings an exhibit of fruits, grains, J grasses, vegetables, rte., was made. ; The following is the list of places j win re meetings will bo held in X"- i ciiil.fr: Middlotown, November i0 ; and 11; Wentzvillo. November 11 and 12; A rgentv ilb', November 12 and 1:5; j i-Vsiut-. November 1 ! and 14: Perry-1 villi'. November 11 and 1"; Jackson. November 17 and IS; Dexter, Novont-1 ber i.' and Fannington, Novem- ber Jo and Ul;...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 6 November 1902

OFFICIAL VOTE OF AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI. TUESDAV NOVEMBERS 1902. Published Every Thursday, a. STATE AND COUNTY CANDIDATES. Joliu Heal, Editor nud Proprietor. 5' ! : MESSAGE Entered at the 1'ostofllce at Mexico, Mo., as second -clans mutter. THURSDAY. NOV. d, VMYl Coming Our Way. The movement lias net in against the Republican party. Tin- Deni- oearts in the election Tuesday Knined generally thruout the coun try. The trust evil and the tariff evil did it. The Republicans retain Congress but the Democrats now have their opponents on the run and the Republicans must be good from now till 1904 or the next president will surely be a Democrat. Only one Republican will go to Congress from Missouri. There was a normal Democratic majority thruout the State. The Demo cratic majority in St. Louis was heavy. It is thought that all the consti tutional amendments carried. Champ Clark gets a big majority. His vote in Pike county was 1, WO larger than two years ago. There was a large stay-at-home...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 6 November 1902

THE BSESSMGE Tlll'l.SDAY, NOV. (I. l!iO- S HAPPENED AND HAPPENING, t II. K. C. Tucker is in 1 U real (slate business at I'rrry. "Ami!" Tully lye.,f heir Mo lino is reported quite sick. (Mill' Dudgeon had cattle on t lu St. Louis market last week. Tliere was a heavy i'all ol" snow at 101 I'iiso, Texas last Sunday. The ill'olie.'l! ion of the h'.-gular l!apt ist has lieen suspended till the first of .lanuarv. . Kid. .1. D. Crecr has sold his re.-idciice in this city to .lam -s Turlcy for 1.-J)!). A few days ago a boy i'iie l'.luO'. Ark., died from the bit" of a dog bitten several years ago. Willian I Sedcll and wife of t his city left Tuesday for Iliggin.-v ill.-, where they " III enter the Confed erate Home. Cleina IVyton, accused of slab bing his friend. William Owen, at Itciiton City three weeks sine.', was released on a 1.00(1 bond. The section men of the Wabash railroad at Moberly went out on a strike Monday. They have been getting $1 .''" a day but now want 1..')0. Kichard Phill...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 6 November 1902

INTERIOR DEPARTMENT SAYG RULE OF CATTLE BARONS MUST CEASE. Schemes Worked by the Syndicates Exposed Work of the Interior De partment in Protecting Homestead ccs Reviewsd in Land Office Report. Washington. Nnv. ) Mr Hit -lw K . S-m.i clary of tin Interior, ha boi n maling u systematic and persistent campaign for several yours auninst the s ndloales tluit lia" l n trying to ib fraud li;uirj i'(iil-rs and settlors I' their rights. Hi- has 1 1 1 1 rui ii n 1 to l" nil end to Hi" frauds lv which cattle barons ninl lam) speculators have ln-i-n securing possession and control of vast tracts (if tin- public domain. Tin- rec ord i t' tuo last yriir slums that In the Indian TeriTiory. Ni-w Mi-mi-". Nobras l.a. California. Washington. Oregon ami Wyoming thousands of fraudulent on irics have lii-i-ii mail" by repr-seiit:i ,ii s uf those syndicates I'm- the oi-ili-llt I'liriinse of proloei iiiL-. til" cattle I. an lis in Iheir unlawful posses-ion uf it, i- crazing lam's. Mr 1 1 itehoooi. lias i....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 6 November 1902

I HoMT Mftf.lllOM Mir. The great majority of nmscv.iitws never taste ilthi' fcuaiau blood or t1)at Mit -itiv nlllir-o. not huvitlK llio oppor- tunity. They l.v- upon ver.-table . Juices and tU complins nti!m:tl nti'l s vegetable nintur, feu ml In tin- local!- ! Itis where they arc rao.u numerous m.u thiiH perforin a valuable ffi'vlcc as na ture's Heaven ttM. 1 INVESTMENT Th Proforrocl Stock of thn W. L Douglas 5cho. Capital Stock, $2,000,000. S1,000,OCO Preferred Stock. 1 ,000,000 Common Stock. Shares, S 8 OO each. Sold at Par. Oflif Pretorod Slock offered for Ha. W. L. Djugbs retain: ell Common Stock. Tht rpf.-rrM M. k ! Hi- W I.. I.it,rl.v Nlmcriw. J 'Vi p ( tii.u S ivit-- 11 iiikn oi i.(vrhiii"it louds. ivvt-fjriloiur ul ftick oiififit Hi (Hi hi if h Ih'tiMI'l II IUir.iflli.tl.lt Ut'lllll n I ""i.e.. .a foinitiiir tr own Vii nitf -liiiit nf t ir liii-l-WfU. HTi'l 4 m M r.-i ui t:.- . )b--,(i ria iiimiii tlie ii.-tiTe liiul u'li't i ri. ' a. -tutM.i ,j V nlTT.t lf.lt r V" Ls ' "'I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 6 November 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, NOV. (, 1902 Trrms of Niihscription : One year, f'-oo Six Months Three Month "Down in Cumheiland moun tains, where I was fotch up," says Colonel l?oL Taylor in his lecture, "there was a young fellow who has just married. He was a tnotin tnin Methodist, had never known any other kind of religion, and had not so much as seen a baptiz ing. Ills wile was a raiinaierj Daptist and immediately began to j proselyte him. lie was stuLLorn! as only a Methodist can he, lut j did express u desire to see a bap tizing. So he went down to Knoxville, bonglit himself a dol lar and a quarter sea sucker suit, j and on the following Sunday, in company with his wife, went, over to Ooclicemoochee creek, where the Baptists were holding a big meet ing, "to see a baptizing." In or der to get a more satisfactory view he moved down in front of the crowd ami stood right on the edge of the creek. The preacher not ing the sea sucker suit, tho't of course lie was a candidate for bap tism, and...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 13 November 1902

A1 Mess age Jill. JLL A VOLUME IV. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1902. NUMBER 2 """ ' ' i i " ; ; a The Eclipse Not n Hopeless Situation, and It Must The following is from the pen of the editor of the Biblical Re corder, published at Raleigh, N. C. The writer gets at some startling truths. Don't stop till you have read and re-read what he says. Here it is: All classes have viewed the rise of immense commercial and in dustrial combinations with misgiv ing. Wall street and the back woods have been at one on this point. All citizens are fearful of the great combinations of capital. .Mr. Sage, who owns $1.00,000,000, strikes a note of alarm quite as I true, if not so wild, as that of the i latest candidate for office. Mono- polies have been unlawful for four, hundred years. Our country has undergone' a ; stupendous and unprovided for ; change. We have returned to feu dalism. This great baron gathers around him twenty petty barons, j and they together employ 'J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 13 November 1902

Mexico Missouri Message John Boal, Publisher. ItKXICO ..MISSOURI L- L - . - Campaign poets arfl beginning to break rover. Sir Thomas Upton. feels lie bar oao more good lift in hlrn. The fast. young ninn who lcnirf liexis Ills nlchtf; also shortens his dnjs. Modified arbitration 1h prescribed as the nullified milk of tho coal cocou nut. Another thlntt 10." vhlc'i civiliza tion is clamoring is a noiseless match. The Candy Trust, If it is oppressive enough, will do u. vast dial lor thin country's teeth. Those gray old boys recently at Washington have a f-'oud many parades In them yet. One nn.y be permitted t; wonder what (Jen. Sherman would have called a prolonged coal strike. "It's a matter of love for tin- flap." says Sir Tommy. Same hero. Wed like to see yon win It, but . MiiHimilionaire Hlrnttou's millions' will not multiply very rapidly in Hit bands of the Colorado law yes. Heel'steak Is II cents a pound In Ilcrlln. and the policy players are all inscrtinn the price in their fils....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 13 November 1902

I t Missouri ACCOUNTS EIGHTY YEARS OLD. Moderate Cost of Living In Missouri in Pioneer Days. Accounts, which wero recently dis covered rimong the old records In the lloone County Courthouse, give some interfiling prices on everyday necos eltles in the early part of the last cen tury. One of them is a butcher- bill, dated January 1. 1824. for over 3iii) pounds of oon. Tho highest scoring butter will be beef, which coat $0.90. Beef was divid- awarded a gold medal, suitably engrav ed into two kinds, foroquarter ami j ed, and a similar one to the highest hlinlqtiarter foroquarter spIHiir at ; scoring cheese. In addition, each entry 1 3-4c a pound and hindquarter selling j scoring above' 50 points will share in a at. 2c. Tallow sold at 4c. The meat j pro rata premium of $2no. A number bill was for all tho meat, eaten by one I of special premiums are also offered, family during a period of six months. This scoring of butter and cheese will Another bill was for a pair of coarse j be done b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 13 November 1902

THE MESSAGE I'uMislied Every Tliursdny. John Beul, Editor and Proprietor. Entered ui tho Post. .Mice ,il Mi-xi Mo.. il norniid-chis mutter. THURSDAY. SOW V), Wr2 Kiileitly tin- voters lil not take tiny stock in that slander about a looted school fund. Poor old (ilol.e-Democrat, it lias its work to tfo over iijraiii; Missouri is not yet redeemed. S. P. Knjmons has sold near 11.000 dollars worth of Wooded stock off his farm this year. It pays to raise line stock. In the recent election in Audrain tin; Republican slump in votes was greater than the Democratic, and it, was so in all counties heard from. Adjutant-General of the Army Henry C Corhin advises oiilhful army ollicers not to marry to let all who enter huie leave wives behind. The Junior Vest who died uno;- I tedly in Washington last week is said to have hail many erratic ways and had given his father much trou We. The farmer is the greatest, man on earth, lie feeds everybody and is as independent as he is great. Why ever encour...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 13 November 1902

THE MESSAGE THUliSDAY, NOV. l!Mi HAPPENED AND HAPPENING, g Will II. Moit'm for circuit clerk led Hie ticket. All the ('(institutional ninetid incnts were adopted. The justices of peace elect of tlie county were sworn in this week. The Hathaway-Keath (iraiu it Implement, Co. is enlarging their husiness house. William .lone was showing u radish around town Monday that weighed 7 pounds. Hugh Ilolleiishead and Allhca Xiel, both of Ilollensville, have been licensed to marry. Win. Dinwiddle, near Stur geon, .sold his 170 acre farm at CI dollars and '2 cents an acre. (icorgc Uitchie of this city and Miss Ella Todd of Denver, Colora do, were licensed to wed this week. T, A. Tierce as constable of I'rairie township and J. T.Adams, as justice of the peace, were sworn in Monday. Dr. Ward King, of Maitland, Mo., was in Mexico this week. lie is agitaii ng the fUestiou or road iin proveinent. S. P. Hminons will have a sale of Shorthorn cattle on Long Branch the 4th of next month. The Statu meetin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 13 November 1902

11 snu ii i m TRUST ISSUE FIRST. Iff ID 1I1IW DECLARES THAT HOPKINS WILL NEVER BE ELECTED TO THE UNITED STATES SENATE. Call on the Prs.-ident Geo. E. Adams and Lukin A. Mills of Chi cago Are Suggested as More Prom ising Candidates Than the. Con gressman. Washington. Nov. 1 1. Senator Ma son or Illinois arrived in Washington (today direct from tho political bat-th-ground or his State. Tho fierce campaign which has been waged be Iwecn Mason and Hopkins for the senntorshtp is not at an end, accord ing to tnc statement of Mason. H is baaing nis hope of succeeding hlm nelf tut tne Insistence of Cook County for thw senntorship. "It has been an unwritten law tor many years that of the two Senators on shall be from Chicago and ono from tJie State. Cook Comity will In Bint on the. cont iniial ion of this cus Urn," said Senator Msuu, "anil she bas tho votes to do It. "The election of a United State Senator takes place in .liuiiiuiy, and until tho roll of the State Legislature ia railed at thu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 13 November 1902

BACKACHE. ism Backache is a forerunner and one of the most common symp toms of kidney trouble and womb displacement. READ MISS BOLLMAN'S EXPERIENCE. " Some time ago 1 was in a vrry wptk condition, my work made mi; nervous and my back ached frightfully all the time, a'utl 1 had terrible head aches. " Mr mother pot a bottle of I. yd la 12. Pinkliam's Vegetable C'om Iiountl for me, and it seemed to btrengthen my back and help mo at once, and I did not iret ho tired as before. I continued to take it, and it brought health ami t-trtfiiRtli to me, and I want to thank you for the roixl it lias done me." Mrss Katk Bolivian, 142nd St. & Wales Ave., 2S'ew York ("y . $S0OO forfeit if orlqlrnl rf abtw tetttr proving'genutntnms cannot be ptuductd. Lydia 12. rinklinin's Vegetable Compound cures because it is the greatest known remedy for kidney and womb troubles. Every woman who is puz.led about her condition should write to Mrs. Pinkhaut at Lynn, Mass., and tell her all. iiV'' GET' ON OUR GE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 13 November 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, NOV. PI. VMl Terms of Siibsrrijilion: On.; ynir Six Molltll " Three Months ''' SHORTHORN SALES. Thousands Invested in Fine Cattle. Last Wednesday mitl Thursday were event cuttle days in Audrain. W. W. Pollock hud a Idg sale at Littleby Station and S. 1'. Em mons had another in Mexico. Mr. Emmons' sales wire as follows: Victoria's Cut. red, little white, calved 1002, got by Victoria Huron sold to Jack Harrison, Auxvasse, $200. Queen of the Roses. roan, calved Dec. 22, t by Victoria Baron, sold to .lack Harrison, Auxvasse, $180. Lady Sybil Abbot, 2nd, white, calved 11)00, sold to I'hil Quisen berry, Santa Fe, i:5. Long Branch Sybil, 22ml, red, calved 11)01 got by Victoria Baron, sold to Frank Harrison, Aux vasse, $225. Lady Sybil Abbott, ted and white, calved in lS'.l'.l, t?ot. by Duke Abbottsbiirn, 2nd, sold to .1. S. Brown, Ilatton, 1 10. Orange I'rineess, Pllh, r-d, calved 1 SlU , got by Victoria Baron sold l W. A Dulany, lion:,' Branch, $::oo. Orange I'rinees...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 20 November 1902

v i SAGE 1 v ' : i II AlvW r "s,-..S VOLUME IV. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1902. NUMBER 0 OURI MEETS IN MEXICO. Taboos Fishing Ponds, Grab Bags, Elc. Kansas City, Mo., Nov. PI. The King's Daughters and Sons adjourned to night, after one of the most successful Meetings in the history of that organization. All bill one of the circles thruout, the slate were represented, and all gave encouraging reports of their meetings the past year. The next meeting will he held at Mex ico, and on account of the impor tance, of the work at that time the codvention is to lie in session three days there, or a day longer than the usual lime. The election of officers resulted as follows: Miss Jennie M. (irernwood, of St. Louis, state secretary ; Miss Childs, recording secretary, and Mrs. Km ma Pridgcford, of Mexico, state treasurer. The exectutive com mittee for the coming year is as follows: Miss Sophia Roth, St. Louis; Mrs. Redman Callaway, Mexico; Mrs. .1. R. Drown, Kan ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 20 November 1902

Mexico Missouri Message John Boal, Publisher. MEXICO ..MISSOURI L An eccentric man Is one who does ft.olihh thinps. hut ban money. Restored houlth to the lion. Wil liam K. Cody. We couldn't snare lhif lalo Hill. TIio house of a Mr. Arson cf P.rook lyn burned down last Friday. It look MlSllcIoli!. If the li'KKy Hclnlnn linre is to sup plant tho Kteer us food, Now I.! his tiluu to butt In. A turf note declare!) that Aecfull lias ;-ono lame: probably ran against u straight Ihihli. When juieimionir. went aualmt l(i:s m II Sane it was lil a roll of butter Mriivin.n a brick wall. Many an honor pradnato t forpot t n while yet the ejory of the burly l.allbark is iiniliniincil. The Panama hat f raxc went throne i the first frost in fairly jrood i-hapi'. It w ill take snow to cure it. Who will be the first widely h lie to come out with n rope of anihrai nutlets around her neck? That Wisconsin man who married a deaf anil dumb Irl the oilier day prole ably had been married before. Peace tint ll...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 20 November 1902

I Missouri ASKS FORFEITURE OF RIGHTS. Prosecuting Attorn File Suit Against Forty-Six Companies. Suit were filed In the Circuit Court at Carthage against 46 corporations do ing business in that county. Prosecut ing Attorney R. A. Mooneyham asks In each case for $3,000 fine and forfeiture of rights. In most Instances the com plaint is that the corporations have re fused to answer a circular letter sent out by the Secretary of State request ing oath to the effect that they are not In combinations or trusts. Others are Bought to be ousted from their right liecause of failure to comply with the statutes requiring annual report on June 1. The suits have caused much com ment. Some of the largest capitalists In the city are interested and much St. IiDiiiH and Kansas City capital is in volved. POLICEMEN SUE FOR SALARY. Claim That They Were Appointed for Term of Four Years. The Kansas City Police cases were argued and submitted in the Supreme Court. William 11. Wallace of Kansas City, represe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 20 November 1902

rfr MESStt&E Published Every Thursday. Jolin Heal, Editor and Proprietor. Entered lit tin; I'ostiillire I Mexiei Mo., a si'i'iiiiil-chiss mutter. THURSDAY. NOV. 2n. lutr. Clianip Clark nominates Sena tor Cockrcll for President and mentions Pailey of Texas as see ond ehoiee. Clark says .Missouri presidential talent lias long lee;i neglected. Thinks Southern statesmen fur outrank those from New York. Ojno or Indiana. I'M Putler, charged with at tempted bribery in St. Louis, wh was Iried in Columbia last week, was given a Hire" .wars seub'ii"" in tlwi ni.iiitiMil iarv. We b '!l"'e I this was another ease of an intelli- j yent and honorable jury doing no j more nor less than the law and the facts and conscience dictated. . p. Ward Kingof Maillaud. Mo., ! was here first of the week talking road improvement . He takes the common dirt road and by a system of dragging occasionally keeps it practically dry and niudless the year around. Alter nil a good road is like a farm or a Iciice you...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 20 November 1902

THE MESSAGE rilUnsDAY, NOV. "JO, 190:! S IIAPPtNLD AND HAPPENING. S Next Thursday is Thanksgiving. J. M. Silver, cast of Mexico, is going to move to California. J. V. Weaver, out at Molino, is putting out !)()() fruit, trees tin's fall. Shelby r.ctry of this eity has ac cepted a position with the V. & A. railroad at Chicago . II. Ii. Ward of Iowa has moved to the farm In; recently purchased adjoining the city of Laddonia. There are about l.'il) "adver tised'' lctcers ill the Mexico post oflice for the week ending Nov. 2(1, 1!)0 Thanksgiving services will le held at the liaptist church next Thursday. Kid. A. W. Kokcn doffcr will preach the sermon Mr. Keels who bought the i. A. JJeanier farm near Molino, shipped SOU sheep to the farm from Adair eountv last Saturday. Monday of this week at doplin, Mo., Clyde Kirk, while getting in to his buggy, aecidctitallv dis charged his shotgun and lie was shot and killed. In the house of the next (lener al Assembly of Missouri there will be 4-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 20 November 1902

ANOTHER BEAR IK SHOT. BUT THE PRESIDENT WAS UN FORTNATELY NOT IN THE CHASE. His Last Attempt Special Train Scheduled to Arrive at Memphis About 9:30 O'clock Wednesday Morning. Studies, Miss., Nov. IS The bears In the swamp country around the Presi dent's camp Mi the Little Sunflower seem to have effected a successful combination to prevent the President from having a single shot at one of them on the expedition. The only one the dng3 started yesterday lied in a northeasterly direction at the first cry of alarm, and did not stop running until he reached the canebral-.es. about nine miles from camp. There he was overtaken by Mr. McDougal, one of the managers of the Smeile plantation, who killed him at seventy paces. The President, who ha I started yesterday morning In the rain with Unit Collier, did not near the dog alter they flr.'t Mrurk the trail. I'lie President takes his ill luck good naturedly. He says it is simply the fortune of the cha:.e, and that he will have a last try leda...

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