Luck chain letter.  Ancient Prayer and Good Luck combined. Copy quota nine. "American army officer."  US, 1925.
Dear Sir and Friend:
In compliance with a request the following: 'God, I implore you to bless mankind and bring us to dwell with thee.''
It is said that all who do not pass it on are in great danger of misfortune. Do good enough therefore to copy it and pass it on to nine others. On the tenth day some great joy will come to you. Do not break the chain but send it to nine brothers to whom you wish good luck.
This chain was started by an American army officer and should go around the world three times. Do not break the chain for whoever does will have bad luck. Do it within twenty-four hours after you receive it.

Published: San Saba News (San Saba, Texas), Nov. 19, 1925, p. 3.  Presented by the Rev. E. A. Hunter. "The above communication came to me unsigned and was a carbon copy of an original."  "I have received at least one, and sometimes many, each year for the last twenty years."  Entered by DWV, Jan. 3, 2014.


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