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r.itMorsatol rahlllar ,
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Muntlt AO I Single Cfyie. 0-
V'mrd KiOfilbif 10 tl JM't nl Cllr!t in iht
j---i off;- .1 Hkh Hi!l,t -jivt chbi Hint fnltrr.
Tlie treasury surplus will be am
ply Mi'Ticiettt to pay for the Panama
Tlie Legislature of Pennsylvania
Las Appropriated $6,500,000 tor
road improvement, the state going
two-thirds of the cost of the new
roads and the local treasuries the
Last year the Canadian govern
ment had a surplus of $7,291,398
over and above expenses. Such a
thir.g has not happened in years
before. This puts a large sized
feather in the cap of Premier
The men who work at the smel
tcis sre enjoying an increase of
wages as are also the section men
on the Mifsouii Pacific railway.
They didn't have to 6trike to get it.
It came as a result of the prosper
ous times brought about by the
policy of the Republican party.
After the decision of the Supreme
court in the Page and Ilickox cases
the grand ! jury ot Cole county be
came discouraged and adjourned.
So many of the witnesses brought
before them refused to testify be
cause their testimony would crimi
nate themselves, that the jury could
make no progress and so quit in
Thos. M. Spofford, a leading
attorney of Kansas City and well
known throughout the state was ad
judged insane Wednesday of last
week and E. F. Sweeney, former
ly connected with the F. & M.
IJartk ot this city, was appointed
. 1 II I
'MS guaroian. ms estate is lcgam
;ed" as t worth about $1,000,000.
' The guardian gave a bond of $400,
The newspaper man Page and
-the senate clerk Ilickox, who were
' held in contempt for not answer
ting question in the circuit court of
Cole county as to their connection
with bwdling operations in the
Legislature because they said it
'would incriminate themselves, have
been released by the Supreme
Coutt. The judge held that the
witness is, himself, the sole judge
as to whether his confessions will
lead to a criminal prosecution or
not, and under the constitution can
not be competed to answer.
- If a Republican Mate had just
lxen disgraced and outraged by a
Repubhcon administration, and at
a Republican prest association
meeting, a resolution had been of
' lend denouncing the thieves and
pledging opposition to them, that
resolution w ould have been adopted
unanimously, with whoop, even
bad it been a denunciation of the
biggest men in the patty. The
Democratic trillion of Missouii
(ailed n Khiik City lt week to
commend themselves to the people
of the sUte, when they fniled to
support a resolution agaiit future
Loodluig office seekers. The yel
low dag habit has not yet gone out
f stjle n Mibiuri. IJenry Coun
Ji.v virtue and authority if an
Ms utloii Uthui-d from the office
of thel'let of the Circuit Court la
and tur tlie county of Hate, retum-
tih to tin- .Itiiiejerm, llto'!, ofahJ
eo"ir(,"iiil to- iiii ilirTt'', when-ill,
X, S.iihIiti iiud lan Sunder, linn of
Samlet a Hi-UK. ; are plaintiff, tt ml
Surah A. N.amleroit, ilefelitlaut. I
h-iw levleil upon uml m Im-iI t ho fol
low Urn uVTiW'd real iwUiUit tinted
ti mil eoliaty of Hate, State of
MlMnoili'i, and itewliU'il il follow,
to-wlt: Lot tuelve (12) In b!oek
t h il t jt t i to-' iu t he IU1I1 J I ill 'I'owu
I 'oini,iii,v' ltrl inhlltloii to the city
f l i h Mill, anil I Mill oil the mil
iliiy of June, I'M!. h tttivli the hour
i'( iilui- iilmi III the forenoon and
Ihi'ti'il'Ht III the llfti f'lioolt of mil l
.t. at the caM front door of the
1 mil 1 ii.Mi In ciii.liooiit.v and t-t i li .
1., II .it j iihlit aiiitloii, lor no-li, to
the hll'i t l.iil h r, the proH r'y
M e .h .1 1 iU il. ti.iiMy k.ihlcxt-
Cl.Uinl .111-1 I "i j
ii.,L!. r, .Mioini, Miy . l.ot.
Jot. T. smith, I
M el if of Hate Couuty.
In discussing municipal owner
ship the New Voik Sun makes
the point that nidi ownership is a
bar to legitimate piogresa and de.
vHcpmrnt of tlx: industries con
trolled. . For instance: If Etrect
railroads had been owned and
operated by municipalities some
twenty-five years ago, is it at all
probable that electricity as a motive
power would be in general use as
atprercnt? Streetcar lines were
run by horse power; each road re
presented a certain capital which
was tied tip in horses; to change
fiom horses to electricity would
have been an "expensive ven
ture to a municipality, would
have mcimt the outlay of additional
capital. In how many towns and
cities would they have voted to tax
themselves to provide' for the
change in moving power? Private
corporations tre depended upon
the pleasure of the people to the
extent that competition forces the
immediate adoption of the latest
methods or improvement. Do
with competition and you strangle
progress. In municipal ownership
here is competition.
Attorney General is Firm.
The financiers interested in mer
ger operations are finding out that
the administration mean., that they
slmll comply with tho law, and
obey court decisions. Representa
tives of the Northern Securities
company asked Attorney General
Knox to permit it to continue in
business until the appeal in its case
can be decided by the Supreme
court. To this an emphatic ''No"
was given in answer. The St. Paul
decision must stand, and the North
ern Securities people must go out
of business, or suffer the penalties
ot being in contempt of court.
This has added to the feeling
that further suits will be brought by
the government in merger cases.
The attorney general has refused to
make any statement on this matter
notwithstanding the frantic repre
sentations made to him that the
stock market will go to smash 11 si
less some assurance against such
action shall be given. It is the at
torney genepal's duty to enforce
the law; and it would be better if
financial magnates should accept
the fact that this is to be done, and
do their duty by obeying it.
It ts worthy of note in this con
nection that the men interested in
railways are by no means united in
antagonism to the Sherman law
and the anti-merger decision. Many
of them are heartily glad of the St.
Paul decision, and believe it will
work to the ultimate good of legiti
mate railroading. The individu
als who are raising trouble in the
stock market iu order to intimidate
the government and prevent, if pos
sible further action, are more inter
ested in stock dealings than in act
ive railway transportation. The
people of the United Slates can
congratulate themselves on the
fact that the Attorney general is not
to be swerved from his duty by
their clamor. Toledo Blade.
At the price of property in Rich
Hill we tie no itjson why any
man should not own his own hume
in a very shuit time instead of
que step t.iartE
Will I fatal to Hie .Wn-wnlkw Wifl
b draw Wk or will hr lake the finnh i
futul tar;i A tfirttl many p"jle are in
peril like the .r-!)-ilkrr. 1 lii-y are .
diM-anrtl. The ntaee in pmernwlnv j
day by day. Th li.ae coaul stlrn on,
more ti-a awav fiom ht-alih i fatal. I
Th tuuu lio lui itftVrd friu iii-H-
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Sy. ifvUum or Kastric trouble
J- M 5 . . i
a : uinni-r ami return nom
to fcud he ha Uken that
strp fiont health
which c&b neiter I tak
To ticglert the cure
of inlii;ctiuii or ome
y, other 1. 11 111 of Monuub
trouijic i nanrrou. n
in also inexcuMiblr. lr.
VZZ SEE. 1
if the a'.oiuarh and oilier
OfKuna of digestion feud
the blood, stimulates the
lit I IIIUIl. 11 1IUIII1C-B t
-krsl'vrr., cure biliouhnrk,
""'"'""and chnii uaUr bilious
from the sy-
Thf ritaine I wimM ltV
to plst y.Nir ' Oi4t n MrlMal
lnorrv ' 1 caiima mid ia
w.m.U i.r rlrm-ulfi- with
wiil-M J l A ililil.w. Vm.,
ol i-s Slifttiu hi.. Hunt.
iui'-liii. i'A. -I km lkra
with whl mtr (tSyNituu Miit r lii'lucv-kiii'ii.
J Um t.-ii .1 n. 11 h ilir 1 ariiuml lirtr mut louiul
mi uiu-l I wnAr yul. mill vnu ii-ti im.1 uic to
wr In I'lt-i.c l.ol.lni Mc-ilhiil Iwi.vrf v.
I'mi tlirr lri tUn Mllil I toil 4 nMt tilat I
--t;ii -ln-iiig ciunl I have tui kuiaijuui u
yrMHU! tl.Mlliir ut lii'h;rt.liwn Hii- "
If you a-.k your ihaUr for "Golden
Mcli:ul Iiiia-ovcry la-cu- you h.iv
niiili-lr-icr 111 K 'uic, do not allow
VouiM-lf lo Ik- switi hi-d oil to a mt il. Ine
tlaiiurd lo Ik- "ii.i.t as x," but ahii It
you did not a.k lor aii-1 of which you
Yu can ei-t the IVii'le'a Common
iWu: Mr.h. ..1 A iilwt, l-nii piKc pa
jKr covtia, ftc by aeinimg ai oac-crut
uni-, to v mjH-uMof mailing ci-'v.
AJJlv; Vt. K. V. 1 UH, liuUalo, M, V.
Attlm ItlnrkvlUe Church.
Parson Johnson Ah wish de
tmtddert of ilia congregation wuld
bring deys babies to church wif
dem. Never mind how young dey
am, jess bring 'cmerlong. If dry
am too young to appreciate tie
significance of de service, dry can.
at bias!, yell an' keep de deacons
TrunOra of Ifertl Kxtate.
i. V. Suddarth to W. O. Ulank
enship So acres sec, 24 and aO
Deer Creek $2000.
F & M Home Savings Association
to Dorothy Cane part lots 12 and
3 lots 4 5 and 6 block 175 1st ad
dition Rich Hill $500;
C, II. Dunam to Fred Panknin
tract se; 6 Osage $137.50.
W. D. Sisemore to Millie M.
Fieid aji acres sec 14 Rockville
J. Y. Gwinn J.S Dye lots 1 and
1 block 19 Amsterdam $500.
Danl. Kinman to Anna E Welch
part lot 11 block 73 Rich Hill $50
W T Savage to Henry Backer
ctal block 40 Sperrys addition
Rich Hill $200. v
N B Armstrong to Thos Harl
lot 7 block 237 Foster $6o.
A A Ash to L A Epperson no
acres sec 2 and 25 Spruce $Soo.
Wm A Dotson to Chas T
Smith 28 3-4 sec 20 Deer Creek
- Jecsie L Shaw to .Frank Hiatt
177 acres sec 2S Miogo $4200.
John M Casaway to Andy De
pew lots 7 and 8 block 5 Sprague
Heirs of Agnes Walker to Mary
Walker part block 7 1.
Wm J Hitt to Albert Ilillsman
80 acres sec 12 Rockville $3200.
Albert Hiilman to Etoest Salz-
man So acres sec 12 Rockville
Virgil W Houghton to H W
Lancaster So acres Eec 24 Howard
David Stole to Mrs L S Scott
So sec 17 Homer.
J M Chatterlin to O II P Tim
mons 3S0 sec 1 1 Deer Creek $13
S Rosier to S E Carton lot 1
and part lot 2 block 7 Merwin
John R Kerr to W F Duvall
etal 240 acres sec 26 Elkhart
L E Mann to F Hankens So sec
33 Elkhart $2500.
C E Redheld to W II Stout
senbargar 40 acres sec 34 Boon
W S Quisenberry to Mary W
Gihnore part lot 108 Adrian 700.
John Merritt to Mary A Cass
j tract sec 30 Pleasnt Gap $17
J M Wise to Eliz Barrows part
lots 8 and o block t,x Rich Hill
L G Ragams to C li Rensbaw
iiOt.cc 32 Ilowerd $ioo.
li II Sunderwirth W C Evrns
tract sec 16 Prairie I50.
W II Stafford to M J Stafford
lots S, 7 and 10 block 16S 2nd ad
lion Rich Hill $1.
Ora Brown to A S Milhorn
tract sec 22 Mt Pleasant $510.
Till: ! KLI N i: ATOIt FOR J UN E.
The June IiKl.lMUTou la -cchilly
Ktron n fh tlou ami iirewiit the
UMinl charming llilay of funhloii,
It rotitttln u croup of four coIIi-kc
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'' "T Tnlkillk' of
j IkuU I. ly Catherine Vuuiitf (ilea:
prof, iiir Anhur Tutor, by Alice
, ., , ,, ,. .
I",uU U ,V ,,r" ""lnl""""' hS
'L'e .Milia r ltahli: mid A iH layed
rri'i'.iMil. l.y Kate Whltlnir Patch.
k t "H7!, rj IS HIV 11 lltltu t
'n.,. Hn, Hut I a te,l ,y K. A, J
lii'iira- ( II.Iih I'. M l!i.en i 11. 1
Amleraou, r-ctl vt-ly. lu Ixvolid
iiiftulluieiit of Mr. Cutherwood'a
H-rlal tory, Tho Hot lirulea, tin-
l'lot develop iiloiiK highly ilraiiuith'
linen. Au 111 tlmute friend of AllUntu
lloillleti, who dteij recently, contrllt
iite nil 111 tli al oil the fiiiuoti eoin-
1"- 11 U mu-irmW.
Cliall'l-I lfi f-iujijN-r, ly M ileus iirud-
... , ,111. . . 1
ford. In of eie lal Interest toeidcure.
Clxke, at trena. I kIiuwii In tt
of Vary Him ohoti xi a 'ha. An Mt
t ractl ved welling. uHii tile foriicctiiw
t Ion the entire year and iiioderatti In
font, la Oreaelltcd with ecejlelit llllli
tiutloii. t hru i:. luihllii ha tt
M-rloii pajier oil the iloiueatlc relu-
jtioiiMof uoiueii. and Mr, liiruey
I contrihiile a In l.(uliirtii iilon Child
hood. lr. tiraee le'khaiii Murray
iilinMtiMm-M pltiiiibiiii; iiml the wcler
il''I.V. Ill their ivlutioii to ln'iikb.
i'or the 1 hil-ln-n. liraee Mactiowaii
Cook yive the 1-n.t of the chaliuliij;
"What ll.ipiied Tin 11" htorli-
i; .oitty'w I.i'tln iMniibKoii, mill l.lna
lie.H'd itil-.l allot her UUlilU r to the
't'i'Kafciiiu l'atliiie A aiitilrn I atorii
by l uiirli Mcllvaiiie I 11U0 a fen
tuiv. AliiiD.t every tihiij of the
home I treated Hi thu otlur Depart-!
IC. V. Market Review,
May 5th, 1903.
Eight thousand' cattle on sale
to day. The total supply was
moderate enough, tut offerings of
heavy cattle were too numeioua
for the weight street- Nice, handy
beeves brought about steady prices
in the native division. Late sales
were quoted tower by the salesmen.
Grass cattle on the quarantine
side suffered uneven declines a
lew sales choice steers were made
,l $5'5 Per C'L Some fancy
bred heifers had to stop at J.8o.
Our Mr. D. Courtis sold two cars
of 767 lb. western beifer3, fed since
Jan. 1st, at J4.40: these weighed
5p3 and cost J2. 5 when they were
bought on this market.
Cow sand heifers classed as only
fair are gradually working down.
It takes pretty good cows to bring
over 4-eo, and most sales made
are near $3.50 mark, Canners
are not wanted at any price. A
new set of stocker and feeder buy
ers are in the market this week.
The limited supply of good grades
sold full steady, most anything
showing decent colors and fait
frames, thin in flesh, sells readily
at $4.50 to $4.90. Very common
stocksrs sell around $.oo. Hutch
er and bologna bulls are stronger,
there being several orders from
eastern buyers. Veal calves are
quick sellers at $5.00 to $7.00.
HOGS: With 14,000. fresh te
ceipts, sales were made on a steady
basis with Mor.day's decline of 5
cents. The extreme top is again
$6.90, and the bulk of sales from
Among Mr, Cave's today were,
S4 hogs, weighing 184 lbs.at $6.67
90 " " I97 " 7.50
47 " " 221 " " 6.75
6S " " 230 " ' 6.80
Traders generally expect fur ther
declines on bogs.
Wetting a Wheel
Once when Chief Justice John
Marshall was driving in Virginia he
found that the tire of one of the
wheels was loose and kept'slipping
off. He didn't know a great deal
about the common affairs of life,
but he did know that water would
tighten a tire on a wheel, so 'when
he came to a little branch he drove
into it and got one little section of
the wheel wet, then drove out and
backid his horce and the same part
of the wheel went into the water
again, and he kept on see-sawing
back and forward, all the time get
ting the same part of the wheel wet.
While the Judge was bothering
himself about how to get the wheel
wet a negro came along, and seeing
the situation, told him to back into
the water again. He did so and
the negro took hold of the spokes
ot the wheel and, turning it around
soon had it wet all over. Judge
Marshall said: "Well, I never
thought of that." The daiky re
plied : Well, some men just nat'Jy
have more sense than others, any
how." The Rich Hill Water Light ana
Fuel Company turned over the
possession and management ol
their plant to the city Mayist. The
local management of the plant can
congratulate themsstvet that effi
ciency has kept the city and pa
trons constantly supplied with
water, gas and electricity, except
when some some unavoidable ac
cident prevented and then prompt
attention was alwaye given and
defects remedied as promptly as
possible. The public is ever ready
to criticise, especially in the day
when there is a constant effort lo
prejudice the public mind auaini
corporations. The Water Compa
ny management that has just re
tired has done its duty by the
patrons faithfully and well, and
but little real cause of complaint
has ever existed. If the new man
agement do as well as the old, the
people will have but little real
cause of complaint.
OLD HOLlJlLltH' IMCXItJ.
Gen, Canhy Pot No. 10, (J. A.
R. naving cL-cidcd to have a picnic
on Wednesday, May 2oth at Fied
Cane's fcrove northwest of the city,
the following committees have been
appointed to carry out the arrange
Fred Cane on grounds and lum
M. VotiF.rdiiiandoi(f and I).
Conlcy, printing and entertainment.
Pat. Gallagher and J. W. Snyder
J. W. Snyder and M. VonEid-
tnaiisdotlf on music.
All comiailr aietrquitird to l-c
011 the ground 011, Tm ! iy. May
yih to sist 111 p'lluiijf c,iouiid in
IS y oider of
M- V. LmiI AhlOM F,
GKO. P. Ih'lKKRY,
isi tiic South.
No port Ion of the I'lilted
Slate ha made niN-aler pro-nn-n
in tho 1,-iwt jenr or two
than the Mouth. Null hern
and foreign capital I rapidly
IiivuiIiiij; that xii-llon, (Indium
l-iiilltiililii tnvi'Mtiiieiit In the
viii'loim I iiilowt rh-N m tot factor
Iih that are lielnir developed
ami built. The (treat Influx
f at-ttlem I c rent i nit tut In-ercuM-d
ileiuniiil for bindii of
nil kind 11 ml price lire urtul
vially nd vamlnjr. a they will
for year to coiiie. Work I
plentiful nnd jHiverty practi
cally unknown. Alabama I
Hiipi'ly lnif coal 11 nd Iron to nil
the world. More money can
lie made and with leH labor
in the 1'alxini; of tntinU fruit
and licrric nnd In truck
paU'hiuK 011 the Gulf Coast
than in any ot herniate in the
Union. Strawliorrie front
Alabama reach northern mar
ket lioforv thone from the
states In the aouthrnst. Cat
tle can lie rained with great
profit, there beinjj million of
norvs of cheap rante land.
If yon are interested In the
south nud it rejourn- and
tli-sire Information on any
G, A. PARK,
JnrAt Inrt uttrhbt nt lrnaU
Louisville & Kastmils R. R.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Notice I hereby given to nil credit
or mid other Interewtod in theei
tnte of Snuiuel ilaiumond, deeeiuel,
that I, Wiu. F, TyRurd, aditiluUtni
tor with tho w ill annexed, ot aid eti
tate, intend to make filial net t le
nient thereof, nt tho nest term of
the Itate County Probate Court, lu
Hate county, Htato of Missouri, to
t held at Butler,- Mlnsourl, on the
11th day of May. !..
U'm. F. Tvoaro.
St. Louis & Horth
- Counvcts at Belljtmao wllh the HI
Louis and Han Francisco. New tlm
card In effeel Sunday .June. 29, 1SW2
No.l Lv . Kureka 8prt. xa,
Helljrnin 6:40 a. ni
So. 2 L. Bellirman 7:10 a.m.
Ar. Eureka HplDfs 8:07 a, m
No. & Lv. Kuiek lijiliijtt 6:53 p. tu
Ar. heliRuian, 6:14 p. m.
No. C Lv. 8elljrman 7:15 p. m.
Ar. F.ureta HprliiK 8:02 p.m.
No. 7 Lv. Eueka Hprlng 8:30 p. m.
Ar. HIIkuiu 0:20 p.m.
No. 8 Lv. Hlifiuau 9:50 p. m.
Ar. F.ureka Hprliiit 10:17 p. w,
CoiiDectlmi nous Rich Kill. Mo,
made with the Frteco via lb Paclflo
at CartbaKe, or via lb Mempbla at
A haiidsoiua new Pamphlet Guide
to Eureka Hrlt(a at a Health itenort
ba beii liud, with ue w tiutlful
Illustrations. A copy eul fre to any
addre.t. Addren all luqulrlea mod
order to Geo. Wed, Mauacrr Eureka
A Mn.1rn RMjr lose, Travertlot ItHI
Mtr n.l it-rrilone Of
1CMAB A0 tMt
Ki,iii mux in effwt all the nu (
Th Krii Si ".o-m oi-fmo- wulfrl(Mild.
tU ,tiir-li.-UlU IfHlli All l-.r Hnit dluitoa
Suli-. uuli-r luniiiHt'uBt t! Uaricy.
1 iu.a ul liui tt
kli U HILL, MIHHOt HI,
Kannn City Mail nnd Ex-
lirexM IV. in.
Tt-xiiM, tlklahomn & Mem-
phi. Mall iiml Kxprert S:)0 p. in.
Carbon Outer 4 :io p. tu.
A 11 III v km.
KntiMiiadty 51 all unit Ex-
In-H 0:2.1 p. iu.
TexiiH, OWIahoina and Mem-
)ihU, Mull nud Exprt-M U .V) n. m.
Carliou C-iner f:40 p. in.
For detailed Information iu regard
fo train wervloe, rale, ftc., niply to
E. T. l.n I'.nrrli-re, IimiiI n-eiit, or
J 'l. Iionohue A. II. P. A.. Kan a
l ily, Alo.
We dectiv to employ a IruHt wort hy
lady or uentletunn to mining ' our
buxhieM In t hi County and mlj.ila
litrf ti-rrltory. ur hoiie U well and
lf;fO0 Mrui;tbt Ciih KuUry
ami Mil ritea pitlit Em li
Week by 1 Ihh k direr t from liead-iiiirii-r
- EHiiHt- iiioiii y nd relived;
in,'hniil 1 Seiuu uiiii-einiry ;
ponllioii pi riiiam nt. Addn-
'I'liiiAi iii J. Cooi'i it. Matiiufvr,
Cwxt'ja isuli-jijut, Cuivaoo, liu
THE WISE IH'S WftY
The immense trade that we have been having this
spring proves that our goods and prices are popular.
We call special attention to the Deere Edge Drop
and the Bradley Corn Planters. Disc, Hiding ar.d
Walking Cultivators, High Life Sulkev Plows, etc.,
which you should see before making your purchases.
We have a full line of Refrigerator. Ire Chest.
Gasoline and Oil Stoves at lowest prices.
See us. We will please you. '
RICH HILL, MISSOURI.
flRST ANNUAL SPRING
. RICH HILL, MO.
JUNE 1 TO 6.
Carnival of Fun, comprising
Patterson & Brainard
THE FKItUIS WHKKI-Nlxty fe-t In the lr with Craud Lleetrlenl
lllurnlnntln. Hide the. Kerrl Wliwl nnd Rft off the earth.
MAID OF TIIK Mi. ST The Ariel liallet nnd Statue turning to Llf'.
LUSKTTB-Tbo Mnld A the Air.
Oar $W,o001-ttutUul EU-ctrle Prlsinntle I'ounlnlu. Nothing like It
ever ln-fore t-n In thl pnrt of the country. Wliert you X-
lovely Nladeflof the Fountain In up to diite pom- i-l,ir.tl.jtu- a n. I
living atntunry, to Nt iteeu upon our Plant of AiuiiM-metiu.
Absolutely Pre of Coat to Laeli and Kverjr One or our
FREE1 FREE! EREE!
MAllVELOCS LB OlItK lu hi Ken-ntloiml 1 V11U1 I vf. lsi iVr
formnnec upon the Spiral Tower. linrv ha no t-ipial, and
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