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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 August 1899

Washington D. C., A«iwl 7. «PITON HKWi-CM o*ici.t: Will there be a change ¡11 the Philippine policy of the adminia- tration? That question ha been asked quite frequently aince Sen- ator Burrow* made the flat-footed declaration that McKinley'a re- election waa largely dependent upon the Hucceaaful ending of the Philippine war before the presidential campaign. There ¡ no doubt that the administra- tion fully realise thecorrectneaa of the atatcment made by Sena- tor Burrow#, but #o much wan not intended to be made public, ho early in the game, and, while nothing han been openly Haid on the subject, there has been much private abuae of Burrow* in ad- ministration circles for letting such a troublesome cat out of the political bag. Although Secre- tary Root has yet done nothing openly to confirm the talk about bin being instructed to win (ien. Miles over to the administration side, bv allowing him to have the direction at the Washington end of future military movements in the Philippines...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 August 1899

é J0MK. tdfU* mi ta the Caldwell pmtoBee M m Satacriptioa RitM. Vear.... ti ... ontnt onth . •t W 7 Advertising Ratos. AH adrertUlneon flrv pw will Ik-ejt anted flifiit.H ix-r Inch tra! ílit. with no reduction Mr l nt'' ad*. COUplar ad* on«* Insertion twenty cent* ir ln<*l.; w<> Insertion thlrty-llv* oeut w lacb. on* month ¡\ty cent* per Incb. ¿ocal rttu <• v *r. atid nne-taalf cent cer line ir * Insertion *nd flví C«'nts per line —•utMequeiit lawitUm. trtdtunrte . Cards of th*r.i¿ and notice of aatort*:ut¡ient given for religion#, educa- tional or charitable purpose* at bait rega- tar rate . Le* : notice of all k!r.d«tl.tt> per hundred vord* €r*t Insertion and 50 cent* per liun- érad word each tubtequeot Insertion. The Nawt-caaoxiout de lre* a corre - ■gadfnl at every pt> t©®e« In tbe eounty. aad In fxeliange will furuuh the paper. ta- Monery ¿nil ptmtaire free. Will be pleased to torcwapoiid with any one on tbe subject. b the cam. The tremble we fed with this dec...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 August 1899

The Spiritual Man* BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. Jeremiah the prophet became very much discouraged on ac- count of Israel's sin, and seemed to fear that(iod wan going: to cast them off forever. To eacoarage him, the Lord told him to go and watch the potter a* he mude ve«- sels out of clay. He there saw that sometimcM when a vessel was nearly completed it would be spoiled in the hands of the potter, cither on account of some flaw in the clay or a faulty turn of the wheel, But Jeremiah no- ticed that the potter did not throw away the piece of clay, bat would take it and make another vesncl of it. «And the vessel that he made of clay was marred in the hand* of the potter; so he made it attain another vessel as seemed good to the potter to make it. I suppose every christian has had at once a pang of regret and a sense of discouragement be- cause his life has been, in some measure at b ast, marred by ^in. For their comfort and encourage- ment I write these lines. Not that I would com fort or enco...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 August 1899

•te. '■ Mé atíonal ^Department. Se prof. 3. C. WUrtt . ta Mm •re hundred of young in thin nation who are juat sting1 their common school and. who are asking lives the question: «What we do now? Many have ivilege of stepping into the school, academy or college : chances to be located near while the rest keenly feel truly can l penury «upprew the noble rage I chill the genial current of the •out. .A determination to prevent this lition leads many an earnest, rhtful being to the «Land of Pedagogue, whose inhabit- are usually respected and >red by a large proportion of lumbia's children and who re* f some compensation for their r. ¡This state has many gaps and puses into other desirable realms —in fact, many worthy travelers pssa through it for the sole pur* of finding an easy route their cherishcd destination, ley say: «We use teaching as stepping-stone to something ler. Many persons differ them in that sentiment, iking there can be nothing ler than good, conscientious :hing. They s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 August 1899

,„Mim>ri ntrT"Titl ir . Hundióv is reported re- (ring thia week. r . Reeves went to Gal ve ton *day on buaineaa. ,hn Bank returned Monday a visit to relativea at Cole- ir . Win. Reevea and children visiting in Brenham this ik. lallie Bell, daughter of J. T. ¡I, is quite sick with malarial ^er. Hisses Ida and Kleanor Murray ivc this week for a viait to im pasas. VV. M. Stone and baby were ith reported sick with malarial Ivor yesterday. Miss Helen Ilelvey returned tt Saturday from a visit to Miss lattic Wood, of Lyons. Miss Julia Hill resumed her nif* in the postoffice yesterday, ^tcr about a month's vacation. t;. S. Hale, of Caldwell, was Lgistered at the Midland Hotel, [ansas City, on Friday, August boob for Rogers, In Bell county, where he will buy cotton thia year for Striclcert. Hia fam ily will fol- low in a few daya. Misa Marjie Walden, who haa been visiting Miaa Maggie Wil- liatna for aome time, returned to her home in Temple Tuesday, Ben Jackson has been quite aick thia we...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 August 1899

ÍW lv. ' iff tCbc treasure of Santa IRosa IReef. •••••••• Clarence tberbert Dew. < Copyrighted. I í # (Continued front Last U'eci. CHAPTER XII. Sebastiano looked like a wreck when tie appeared that morning. lie ac- -counted for thia upon the ground of lllneaa to which he was occasionally «abject, and aaid that he would be obliged to-reat for several day —that he had been working too hard upon hia book. But in aomt myetcrioiss way the etory of hla night experience leaked out. The diaappearance of Miguel's proa started the inquiries; then another islander. Who had him -self received a bad scare, testified to lhaving been wakened by a blood-curd- ling «cream in time to see Padre Se- bastiano running before Miguel's ghost, which subsequently embarked in hia own boat and put to sea. This yarn was ridiculed by Itartolomeo until he investigated his figure-cham- ber and found the gruesome company one apparition short; then he told Se- bastiano about it and partook of his uncomfortable fe...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 August 1899

"So.:kv:rfc.f rr±: i; fcSLl that h.lf ot th.:n don't pay .til!, th® trniup that make CIS 5 knot. .r« doh>ir met of the l^'lnoM. and at wmathlllf of a PiSek, we've jjot to buy th«« Constat* that' what we've #« t to do. How ' i, would Un«nirez i«k«- for her?" ••jlm' ha <•" « **3,1*0 * un Clvde. and alu-'k aa jfood u 'eom- !' UU«|; tramp « thru- U on Mill «a- ,,r. llttt the triple cx| au lon hunt that they're turning « "• enrry more lUrir., v>ítli lr% ooal, «nd he couldn't iwviu «' h*et that for her now. If we to offer IK ,dowu „il the balance within fix month — ., <! In* were atl*fteda* to our reapon- ¡t„li,v. I think he'd let u have her." mi we'll take her. If you don't rare uW«ut the li.vmtmi nt I'll buy her m^rlf. Now. how *001 can )ou get ' t (lU ba«U " Ajirtua. ••I'd want at len t iv day In Manila to üitffharge, coal up and u tile mul- trril with llamire/. The noveruiuent roBy kii'k « lit11«- If thej want the neim- r for another trip, but I guene ,|1P tilil man cai. «...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 August 1899

I it pays to trade &t cobb's. miHHHwwtHHiiwwwmiiwmmm '""" 9 lit C SIX REASONS WHY WE SKLL MORE DRY aOODS, DRESS aOODS, SHOES, CLOTHINQ, MATS and niLLINERY FO CASH than any two other stores in Caldwell. BECAUSE Millinery at Half CA TEN BALE5 CHAHPION STANDARD 8 OZ. DUCK at i. Our stock is larger. а. Our goods are better. 3. Our prices are lower. 4. Our store service is unexcelled. 5. We provide for the comfort of our customers. б. We have but one price to all. We could mention many other, but we think these suf- ficiently cover the ground. F. COBE If there ever was any good fortune in being late, it is in buying a hat at our store now. We offer all ladies* and misses' trimmed and untrimmed hats, sailers included, at half the original price. 4A4AA444 W W • • • IT PAYS TO TRADE AT COBB'S. 00 j. f. cobb. h P Cl O CD SS Sfc Sb St 3S 3* St St St S* St St • 55* St St St St St St St St St St St Stories of tt)e Street. —The hunting party which r is i ted the Eagle Lake country last week ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 August 1899

TEN P £ •• • TC. wmilmEiwt? ir Caldwell News-Chronicle. OUK AIM IB THE UKEATKBT 1IENKFIT TO THE FARMERS ANO WORKING PEOPLE OP BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. xx- CALDWELL. BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1899. NO. IX % 2 S 3 . <{5 V ffW iiwpv i«|nr wiwmwi'wv%r**r«nw^«r ir« FROM OUR RURAL STAFF. SOMlKMHi. KOMKKVIL1.K. Tex.. Aiiv.. 1<«. knitoks nnws t hhusici.k: ' Soin«rvillo i* steadily if rowing; .her population now is about 5<mj, .,nd new additions coming in ev- en- dav. There is hardly any ¡pitee for the m to eat and sleep. A great building boom is now on and we need skilled laborer* and necessaries. K. A. Brantley. Jr.'s, new store ¡s now being built and John Lyon, of Lyons, is putting up a two storv store house on the lot next lit Lauderdale' . Also severa! jww dwellings are now in course ,ji erection. Mr. A1 ford has opened a new lumber yard, and that line of business is in a whirl. We need a first- lass hotel, and the first man who puts tip such a building can make h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 August 1899

I mmm TI MVxA for 1900. Mississippi Vallo . Saata Fe to MM • Blf T*k. %kh materially ntrengthened the . , ■ . vau e of silver. The Chicago Temóle Texas, Aueruat JO.— lllmóJ * platform has not lost a peg, while S()mc limc ayo ¡t waH rumored To me it seems that the outk*#V* only office holders aad |>ap suck- tha| the Santa j, c |>eoplc were <• 1 « r. * . .M.AAtl for the succe silver and tb ess of the cause of crs arc left to say a good word to bu¡ia an artificial lake ¡ he b ll laid* dow* in for HannaUm. The people uu- wcstof town between their two,. w jannetts new york store, í no * his it im suit. Who a price i redueMi here If* reduced f«.r,„tld We don't quote a low price one day and a*k a higher one tin mju® the >urtne article. Perhaps we art- mistaken, but we b< !k vi *he like* our method of doing btndnc**. Our big trade, which i coiutautly — , . . ¡ - . i uk^i,.rn «hn Mir nnM c, . , . i increasing, aeem* to indicate *o« at leant. We have\. , n popularity and«xu ,-,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 August 1899

: Sm yc pny $900 « Bale for Cotton. Port Lavaca New*. Mr. 15. Kmb, manager of the L < uf ro 11 oh i e r v M an u fa cturin j;1 conifan v. was lien; last Thursday and exhibited a lot of samples of I,¡s w>>rk, including seven di Her- at kinds of sinks and stockings. | The quality of the foods was a! rev elation to the merchant# and ■ others here, and nearly everybody ^pressed a (freat surprise that! work is beinff turned out as near home as Cuero. Util Mr.Fish assured the people that there was nothing to cause anv wonder, as he has spent his whole lift' hirKe early boyhood in ci/.ton mill*, and can take a bale ! oí tint cotton and put it through •til the various pruccsses in man- ufacturing cloth or hosiery. In thi> connection he showed by •ample figures that a bale of cot- tun that sells in Texas for i52S. t<> Massachusetts and comes j lia, k in the shape of cotton socks .iik! is retailed to the farmers and others for ?• <«>. Mr. Fish knows from experi- ence t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 August 1899

LL RCWS-CIROMCLC.. t MM . Mtm ta the Caldwell posloBcs u Me- l-elm Biatter. Subscription Ratn. 1 Year.... Month ir Mootus o Month* . •I BO T.\ ao cs Advertíalas Rato . All advert Mngnti ilr>' pair will hecharscd tcents |'< r Inch strulilit, «rltli no reduction p lur*e "J" OUdUv hd* one Insertion twenty cent# in incli; two Insertions thirty-five rents per Inch one *uouth sixty cents per Inch. 1/oesl ra'#* seven mid one-lislf cent# per llae flrst Insertion and Ave cents per line *i subsequent Insertion. Obltuarl *. card* of thank* and notice of tartslnments irlven for religion*, eduoa- laal or charitable purposes at half reiu- ar .-ate Loral notice# of all kind* $1.00 per hundred word* Or*' insertion and SO cent* per nun- 4red word each subsequent Insertion. The N IWí-Ch ho jnct.a deal re* a corres- pondent at every postolBee In the county. Md In «xchinfc will furnish the paper. «ta- ll oner y and postage free. Will be pleased to Corros pon-J with any one on the subject. Issued ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 August 1899

The Spiritual Man. A;AAA;* \ BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. = f'iW'ilP'^s Kcpentance has to do with sin. It goes with faith as the two hands of the soul that reach out for theSaviour. «Repentance and faith toward our Lord Jesus Christ was the message of the apostles in every nation. Like olive, or the oleastor. It is in all points like the genuine tree, ex- cept that it yields no fruit. Alas! how many wild olives are there in the church! When I sec a man taking up a large space in Christ's spiritual orchard and ab- faitb.it is the gift of the Holy j «orbing a vast deal of sunlight Spirit, but, like faith.it is exer- and soil and yielding no real cised through the human facul- fruit, I say: «Ah! there is an tie . When it comes from the j oleastor! - /ft/wjes. soul, it seems to be our very own ««««« action, but a closei analysis Religion is necessary and in- shows the marks of the 1M\ine; dispensable in any great human Spirit. Repentance may comej character. There is no living with a shock like...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 August 1899

v í- ■ Last week I spoke of teaching as an honorable profession. With Richmond Coaster's terrible ar- raignment of incompetent teach- ers, as given in last week's Nkws- Chkomclk, we might look at our- selves and ask, «Is our profession honorable? Are we but treasury bleeders? We may frequently hear per- sons who boast of their intelli- gence, and even some who have endeavored to train young minds intrusted to them, say, that of all professions, that of teaching is the lowest. They say: «You nay work hard, long, conscien- tiously and the rewards you re- ceive are the jeers, slanders and filth of underhanded villainy, and a puny stipend which will barely keep soul and body together while at work. Such clouds are dark, but above them all a brill- iant sun is shining. It may be necessary again to reconsider the great power of the common school in advancing every occupation worth considering, as the corner- stone of governments and as the source of many of the greatest and purest pleasur...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 August 1899

" 71 * >>" people you know Dan Sims waa up from the bottom Tuesday. T. V. Murray, Jr., in reported quite sick an we go to press, Tandy Kasley is visiting rela- tives in date*v¡He this week. A. li. Duckworth is quite nick this week with malarial fever. Mrs. Jeff I). Kay visited Bren- ham Wednesday and Thursday. K. A. King left last week for a visit to Lampasas and San Saba. 1). R. Ponce went to Lampasas last week torecuperate hi* health. Misses Kate Duckworth and Julia Mclver visited Milano this week. Mis« Flora Fowler, of llren- ham, is visiting Miss Dora Hens- lee this week. Boas:- To Mr. anrf Mrs. Alex. Mrs. W. K. Wellborn and baby returned last Monday to their home in Longview after aeveral weeks' visit to Mrs. J. B. Lam- kin. Right-of-way Agent Hunter, of the Santa Fe, spent aeveral days here since last issue, set- tling claims for changing road bed, etc. Frank Austin, representing the Geo. K. King Bridge Co., of Dal las, apent several days i t >wn this week attending c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 August 1899

ü RUBHmbB (Bf ■■ ' ¡sosí ;• ^$$$2 ■,:; Zhc treasure of -%** * # # *3 Santa IRosa 1Rccf. í * * * * * * •••••••• 5Bp Clarcncc feerbert IRcw. t Copyrighted, i ft Jft ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ( onÜ-m ci from Last I • ft'i'. OIAPTEK XHT. The next three days passed very pleas- antly. The time had not yet arrived for explanations to eithef Mel'herion or Benorila Gracia; hut we pa\e him 30 of the doubloons as an evident e of ti e proflT' ■• we were r^akirif.'. and d!s- cuftsed various plans f->r the future hi"h both, cn the way back to Guajan. We were all very anxious that the padre—or, rather, 1 i> erciner.ce the bishop—should i« a * «■ no opportunity to coine al>oard at Apra. So. as the two passengers had but little luspage. It was nrran<red t! at we thcu'd be ™, dropped in tin proa somewhere e.fT Co eos island, the i earner then he;>d- Jnc for Mar.ila wit} r.* further los* of time. Thi> arrangem ent wat. eatried oat. and the peopb at \:r:in < fca«' no «tupici...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 August 1899

i tbr«nlrn It, however, l)uri>ti'¡k iwentloned to liw father IIul. hU¡ «1V nKKUttie«l Intention of buvliif ,|1( (M.¡)ia «1 « hlRh fluiré, on *j«ecul«. j|iii> ;ii¡<1 the ndviiuiliilit.v of iil'i.t inff « n""1*' uver 5' U'it. The I'. ,t||'Hill W Tth KI'OUKCli, ttiwl the fiiañl • >-* t; l*iit, mi it;y lo llr'er V "i; r (srhoiitly li:f!HelK'i', the moit Ír'mullí niühe his imn <!o was tu | a- 1 rol t'ir chin c i'íkIi ii i i* !• t in a pro. \H ¡i nu> likely to In* «i tltrt e-iiinnlha' «t;,■ f..tidier didn't reli.-li llil*; l>ut ti., \ liad M >'•• v oí i en*. |t wiis il.eCthof Mil) v\lieu «c cuine f(1 ,, j- |i .-iiij the t'0|:>i'u. On the thiiri i" >rnii ;* after HaUteuri «as 1o npjicur, ¡f i \ tl'li'K l!:,(l K' 1 " ' 'í.'1't w itli himS nuil ¡ti the lime •|iprt::i« ht(1 I Iwntiie . u . pr> hent-ive -u mui'li io that I ("Uiiri it c!lf!3« *ilt lo iiinititaiii un . ¡r of eiii'elei * en>«i'. In faet. Iiari it not l„- ii for Iinroi'B. I in;L'lit hiiio in- jr...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 August 1899

' 'í': 1 1 IT PAYS TO TRADE (=IT COBB'S. H WMIHMilMm w Wl>>11 ;::K«trtí:wrt:i :w in > iiiiiimi ii SIX REASONS WHY WE SELL M( iRE DRY GOODS, DRE5S GOODS, SHOES, CLOTHING, HATS and niLLINERV FO CASH than any two other stores in Caldwell. Millinery at Half W • V •• • W • BECAUSE 1. Our stock is larger. 2. Our goods are letter. 3. Our prices are lower. 4. Our store service is unexcelled. 5. We provide for the comfort of our customers. 6. We have but one price to all. We could mention many other, but we think these suf- ficiently cover the ground. ...J.F.COBB. If there ever was any good fortune in being late, it is in buying a hat at our store now. We offer all ladies' and misses* trimmed and untrimmed hats, sailors included, at half the original price. TEN BALES CHAMPION STANDARD 8 OZ. DUCK at . J. F. COBB. mi IT PAYS TO TRADE AT COBB'S. Stories of tbe Street. —R. Struwe & Co. have com- pleted their cotton platform on the corner east of the old hotel building-. —Rev. J. M. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 August 1899

; 'Mi Caldwell News-Chronicle. OUK AIM IS THE GNEATE8T HENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XX. CALDWKLL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1899. NO. 14. FROM OUR RURAL STAFF. IIOOKf RVII.ll. hooki kvill.k, Tex.. Auj K nitons Nkv. s-t HKoMCi.1'.: :h :j. -s: 3 -ÍMI fA 4HMt'9'd V joyed some nice music. Ad Donath is wearing* a bright smile now <ui account of the ar- rival of two little daughters at his home I*'rid ay night. ! Mr. and Mrs. Allen, Mrs. Rovv- , , „ „ , , , . ! land and Jim Allen spent part of Littleton and daughter,, . . . ' ... , . . . the night Saturday at ihompson Mms Jennie, of Clause, also spent , . ?. , . * ' , .. . . \ . lake, hshing. 1 hev nay plenty a portion of the week here, visit-1 , . w. , , , 'of lush were caught, but they let Mr Verv warm weau.er i m.s..,K k the |>a£.,. cotton to opi-n rapidly. Mcshi-s. I.. I. . |«ii k-an.l «ifo. ot Uilil-| Miss Kuiraa B«gJiU, of Ydlow Stoke ami Arnold will have Ihe.r well, eamc ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 August 1899

The Spiritual Man, xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. books of its disciples. The qual- it y of religion a man has can be determined by the spirit in which he does this giving. If he gives In the 14th chapter of Mark it is recorded that while Jesus was dining1 in the Bethany home Mary broke a bottle of very precious niggardly and complainingly, he contents upon the person of her ¡ John religion. If he gives liber- gotten over that; I have grown to regard stinginess as a sort of disease, like fits or palsy, which the patient can not help. If the stingy man will promise to not bother me by growling when I take a collection, I will promise not to bother him by growling when he refuses to give anything. If he will only look pleasant and smile at the hat as it goes around, 1 will promise that if it makes him sick I will come to see him and put cold cloths on his head and hula the smelling salts to his nose until he recovers. (I hope the man believes, so he only Uvea a good life. Those who have b...

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