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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 April 1903

GERMANS AGAINST DEWEY His Remark! that Their Navy Couldn't Whip Ours Cuts. ADMIRAL STANDS BY INTERVIEW. Oeriaaa Foreign Office Official Sty the State ment! May Prove Somewhat Disturbing to the Pleasant Relation With the United State t. Declare! the American Maneuver! in Wett Indian Water! Were III Chosen. Berlin (By Cable). The German For eign Office officials say they do tvit be lieve that a diplomatic incident will rc nlt from the recent interview with Admiral Dewey, published in American newspapers and containing references to the German Navy and German Emperor. The officials say they are reluctant to telieve that the Admiral was correctly quoted, "especially in view of the good will he showed toward Germany in the mrssagrs exchanged with Prince Ilenrv." The Foreign Office officials add that should the interview turn ont to tic true St "would prove somewhat disturbing to the pleasant relations with the United States." No official information on the subject lias been received from...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 April 1903

OLD T1M1 EARLY By J1IHX OOUFIIEY 8 XI:. God bless the man who first invented sleep!'' Ho Sanc-ho l'anza anirl. and no snv 1; And blcnii him also, tlint he didn't keep His great diocovcry to himself, nor try To inalte it at the lucky fellow might A clone monopoly by patent right! Yen bless the man who firnt invented sleep. (I really can't avoid the iteration); Hut Mens the man, with curses loud and deep, What'er the rascal's name, or ac, or ntntiou, Who tirst invented, and went round advising, That artificial cut-off Karly ltisinjj! "Rise with the lark, and with the lark to bed," Observes some solemn, sentimental owl; Maxims like these are very cheaply said; Hut, ere you make yoursel f a tool or fowl. Pray just inquire about his rise and fall, And whether larks have any be Is at all! The time for honest folks to be abed Js in the morning, if 1 reason right; And he who cannot keep precious hpad Upon his pillow till it's fairly light, And so enjoy his forty morning winks, Is up to knav...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 April 1903

FULTON COUNTV NEWS! Published Every Thursday. B. W. l'ECK, Editor and Proprietor. M cCON N E LLSB U RG , PA. APRIL 2, 1903. Published Weekly. St. 00 per ; Annum in Advance. ' MlVKItTIXINl) IIATKS. Per "qu ire of lines 3 times f ftO. Per sijunre e;ieli suliHeiptent Insertion.... NO. Al: iul-ert:-..'m',tits Inserted for less than thi-ee motiihs .'li inred by the square. i IliON. (WllOH. ) l yr Oiie-r.mrth cvnnn. On-'-h;ilf .'iihniin . . .. One I.'o'-.m.a !.M"i. . tt.Vmi. .. 10.00. I .M.ll. 40.00. I NV00. H'i.00 M.00 Th.00 Nothing 1 riHrt .-d for le-.s than II. Ir!lfr-siiinu' I'ardsone Veur LOCAL MISCELLANY. Were you fouled yesterday. Shad are in market. Violets are blooming. Prepare for spring work. Garden making, lias bi-jrun. Tlie little onions have been planted. The bank is busy with it first of April business. The recent rains left the roads In a rather muddy condition. April 1 is the threat linanelal day for this section. The litst .spring day was damp but the stormy features of ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 April 1903

FULTON "COUNTY NEWS. GEN. GEO. H. THOMAS. , Among Lliu ninny groat military commanders which tlio War of tho Kt.'liollion made prominent, noiio sliiuos brighter than "Pap Thomas," tho hero of the Army of tho Cumberland. From a boy ho had a desire to bo soldier and at the ugo of twenty entered West Point. He was an apt student aud graduated with high honors in 18-JU, when ho was commissioned Hccond Lieutenaut of Artillery and saw his first service in the Seminole war in Florida. After serving for eighteen mouths in Florida, lie was order ed to New Orleans, aud shortly after to Charleston Harbor, where ho became First Lieutenant. In IS 15 ho was at Ft. rro.vn, Texas, when the Mexicans besieged the plue.e. lie also fought at Monterey, aud for gallantry in this battle was promoted to Captain. At Huena Vista, it was Thomas who carried C!eu. Taylor's fam ous order to Captain Uragg to "Givo thorn a little more grape, Captain !". aud for this he was promoted to Major. After the Mexican war ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 April 1903

J.W.VAW.VAW.VA'AW. ? HOUSEHOLD MATTERS 5v.,.sv..v.v.v.v.VA".v.v;i Southern Wwect rotntors, Toil six nioillum-Nir.l sweet potntool until lii'iirly done. IVel mid Mice the luiiK way iuto piece nliout linlf nn In.li thick. Till n linking dixli wltli lnyt'in of tlio kIIcpr thickly covoroil will) alnrk lirnwu mtciir mill bits of butter Pour over a linlf cup of boiling water. Cook In a hot oven for twenty or thirty initHiten. This will till a quart and fl half laUiii- dish. Hi. Tomato Jolt.rt Soak one box of gelatine for nil hour In two cupful of colli water. Tut over the live the liquor from two cmim of tomatoes, with half nil onion, ulli-pri. a bayliaf, two cloves anil a spiltf of pars ley. Let th'in uo!t together thirty minutes, put l:i the gelatine, stir until dissolved, strain the jelly, mid to It a couple of tablesiKjoiiftils of ti good table sauce, salt and pepper to taste, and pour Into the mold, which Is wet with cold water. This makes a rather -Xif quantity, and half of It would...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 April 1903

"CIRCUMSTANCES OF LIFE" Sunday Sermon By the Rev. Dr. Frank Oliver. Says We Mm! Learn How to Face (be Pros perlly at Well at (he Hard Condlllom of Tbla World. New Yomc I'ity. The Rev. Dr. Frank Oliver Hall, pastor of the Church of the Divine l'aternity, preached Sunday morn ing on "Facing the Circumstance of Life." lie took his text from l'hilippian iv: 12: "1 know how to lie abased, and I also know how to abound. I have learned th secret." Dr. Hall said: In other words, Paul said, "I have learned the secret of how to be independ ent of oirciimstances. I know how to face humble circumstances, and I know how to fare p.-osperity." That is a great lesson, and one which few men ever do learn. But it is n lesson which we all need to learn in order to pre serve happiness, the integrity of character and to make the most of life. First Let us look first for the secret of how to face humble circumstances. Every one stands in danger of being reduced to poverty. No matter how much you may poss...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 2 April 1903

Brick for sail1 iit Morton's yard Miss Miunio V. Thorn pson, of Tyrone came home last Friday on account of the serious illness of her father. The St. Paul's Lutheran con gregation will have diviue service during - ''passion week." The clergymen of town will assist the p.isior. The public is cordially invited to attend the services. Lost. A valuable breast pin containing the picture of a child, was lost :;t the Christian church or on the road hmo last Sunday. Any one returning it to me will receive a reasonable reward, MliS. .lOShl'H Nll'KN. Dr. II. C. McClain has removed from Sixmile Run to Hustontown where ho has bought property and located per in a ueu tly . The doctor isa giaduateof one of Philad 1 phias leading medical institutions, 01.0 of the strougest member f his '-lass, and has had a very suc cessful practice since leaving college. Sale KcKitvr. Saturday April 11. -Jacob Kotz e.v-cutor, will sell at the late res idence of Samuel Kotz late of Tod township, deceased, Househol...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 9 April 1903

7(1 .'VOLUME 4. McCONNLLLSMJKG, PA.. APRIL !, 1!K)3. NUM11ER 30. AN APRIL BLAZE. Fire Destroyed Will NewHt's Feed Mill. A few minutes after noon last Saturday tlio cry of tire was rais ed ou the street, and a glance to ward the west end of town "be hold volumes of black smoke roll ing up in au ominous cloud. The lire was in the Old Foundry own ed by Hon. W. S. Alexander, and occupied by William II. Nesbit as a steam chopping and feed mill, using his traction engine as mo tive power. Mr. Nesbit as miller aud Charlie Gross as fireman had been operating the plant up to 12 o'clock aud had closed down, and were scarcely at their respective homes for dinner when the whole building seemed to be wrapped in sheets of llame. In a few minutes the hose reel was there, the hose attached to the fire plug at (Jleveuger's cor ner, and a stream directed on the devouring element that dampeu I'd its ardor in short order. By the aid of the hose they were able to protect the other build iugs near, and t...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 9 April 1903

TROUBLE AT THE MINES Ji Disagreement Over Strike Commis sion' Ruling. NUMBER OF HOUR'S FOR DAY'S WORK. lateass Dissatisfaction In the Lower Anlbra cH Region A Number ol the Collieries Cloned Down The Men Refuse to Work Ten Honrs, and Many Quit Alter Woiklnt; Eight or Nine Hours, Philadelphia (Special). A disagree ment between the mine operators and miners regarding the Strike Commis sion's ruling en the number of hours to constitute a day's work resulted in the closing of numerous collieries through out the anthracite conl region. The greatest disatisfaction was expressed in the lower region, and in I'ottsvillc, Sha mokin, Mahanoy City and contiguous towns a majority of the mines were idle portion of the day. At some of the collieries the men laid down their tools after they had worked eight hours, and at others they remained in the mines nine hours, but refused to work ten hours when requested to do 50 by the superintendents. The operator assert that they will pay the men only f. -...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 9 April 1903

New York City. Wlile horizontal (ticks mnke n marked font tire of nil the in test gowns and skirts mid limy bo re (led upon ns IipIiic correct for niuiiy OSE OF TnB LATEST OOWNS. iiotiths to come. The skirt Illustrated s n novelty nnd nllows of n double lounce effect without the weight of n Touiidntlon. As sliown It Is made of Slack rnnvns etanilne. stitched with oi'tlcelli silk, but nil the season's ma terials nre npproprlnte. Heavy linens Kill be so made, cloths nre nlwnys lmulsomo, nnd the lighter wools mid Kift silks nil tnke ndiulrnble folds. The skirt extends to the upper edjro if the Bounce nnd is fitted about the Sips by menus of short darts nnd closed invisibly nt the bnck In habit style., l'he lower edge Is finished with a tuck enenth which the flounce is nttnehed. The flounce is in two portions Hint nre iolr.ed beneath the central tuck nnd lno has l tuck nt the lower edge. The oppcr edge of the skirt enn be finished with the belt or cut on dip outline nnd jnderfneed or bo...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 9 April 1903

R-'IsTON COUNTY NHWS.fpwinHy ndHFtwi-- to?rmvln;ns pons,, txnn-ctc.-r'wtth -the 1 ' , ' - 1 Published Every Thursday. -- - - o. w. itwa, luuui 4UU rrupneiur. AkCONNELLSBURG, PA. APRIL 0, 1903, Published Weeklv. St.00 Der a a"j.. Milium in uvilin.t. AOVKHTtsl N1 H AT CN. !Vr st-f'tnw of tine- : timiw ft !S0. Per stj i ire e;.'h smM'tjuiMit Insertion.... ftO. Ail .ui cr: .s''in"iii s iner,i:l fur lew three luoiiths ehured by liu hi,i..iue. lliun ;i tiios. ..ii.v. OimiH. i.n.is. (IIJ1I. V 00. -fn.it 1 h .'.i.uinn . ;. f iMiHMili ' ''i'lliin .ai.no v 1.00 .voo Not h;tll f user i -(1 f or Irss lh;m H . l-rof.-- oliai C;inli rmp vear f Y THE LATE CENSUS AND AGRICULTURE. Article Contributed to the Val ley Spirit by Henry Omwake. A glance at the showing of fifty years ago and the succeeding de rades will give us an idea of the agricultural development of our country. The wheat product, whic h in lr0 was l'H 4:, '.iC! bushels. li't) was 17:!, In4, iii'l busings. l-7( was 2-7, 71"), Cii'ij bu...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 9 April 1903

FUUQN, COUNTY "NEWS. PERTINENT AND MINOR MEN TION. ' Sprintf mats hit bolntf R)k-unf. r.iirlml 1)ks require a deop grave. A pipe orifiin may le a mi-re slmm. Miirrloil women don't believe In lie rors. You can't juries of a luan'H polish by his shoe. Kvon the devil has little use for a hypocrite. ' Seashore reul estate Isn't all as real as It sounds. The loudest prayers don't always carry the farthest. The average servant girl is an Im ported domestic. A man's houso is his rustle, but sometimes It's in the air. Make the most of your opportuni ties or someone else will. When women talk about dress the popular inun looks wise. I'ew people are so polite as to Invite a book njront to call again. The deadbeat is u misnomer. He's usually very much alive. The last match you have is general ly the one that won't strike. It is true that poets are born, so it isn't altogettter their fault. Even an upright piano may develop into a downright nuisance. Most of us think too much of yester day and ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 9 April 1903

y i s D r : -'-1 "IT . T- -y( if Jr. iMl jn TO tli learned nun wlio go grubliinx In kitchen uildd'lis. iiml wlin inn toll without Muppiti:; to count, Just bow many unusiiucs It takes to reach the niomi, It's ns ilnlii ns the uo'jii day sun why the linre Is hero nt Kasti-r with n wheelbarrow full of cg,is. Itut fur you find mo, who couldn't liulld up n dinosaur from n decayed tooth In nnothi'r million yoiirrt, nnd who mix up history with historical novels, n littlo 1 1 mo Is required to disentangle tho truth from the tra dition. There's no douht that the Easter hare has arrived. You have seen him In nearly nil the confectioner's win dows for some time past, either trund ling a wlieelliarrow full of orbs or proudly drawing a huge egs set up on wheels. Now, he sure not to pronounce that "aigs" nnd "aig." as they do lu the. South, for If you do, you will lie fall ing Into the snnie unscientific error as the confectioners have made In repre senting the sacred hare ns his humble American ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 9 April 1903

"PLEA FOR SIMPLE LIFE" Sundny Sermon By the Rev. Dr. Donald S. Mackay. (I li Ihl Daly of Ihe Pulpit ( Sound Warn lo( Not la Regard to Modern E: travsgs.net In LIt'bj. New Your ClTV. At the Colleuinle Church. Fifth avenue and Forty-eighth afreet, Sundny morninir. tho minlatcr, the Rev. Dr. Donald Safte Mackay, presented a itrona sermon on a lieu 101- inn cimiimo Life. The text wan from Matthew vi: 31-S'i: 'Take i" tlwtinht saying, 'What xli rat t or What hnll we drink? or Wherewithal shall we bo clothed? For vnur heavenly Father knoweth. Dr. Jlnrkny said: ,Int 100 years bro, in lftffl, William Wordsworth, the great English poet, then 1 young man and comparatively unknown, wrote a sonnet entitled "J'lain Living and High Thinking." It ii io significant that I quote it in full: "O friend. I know not which way I must look For comfort, being as I am opprcst To think that now our life is only drest For thow; mean handiwork of craftsman, cook, Or groom! We must run glittering like a brook I...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 9 April 1903

Mrick lor salo at Morlou.'s vurd Cokn you Sai.i:. Apply at Trout'. farm west i town. . . M a Uusi I'ittinau hug beou iMTijilnyrd in tht! home of Mrs. .J. ). Mollott for some time. Hotis" for nnt MtTliomastown. Apply at Trout's ilrusr store for tor ms. .1. fi. L'oisticr is in the eastern cities l!ii-. week purchasing stock for their spring trmlo. Next Siu.iluy moruiug at 10 o' clock l v. Jimtrher will preach at OaMi-y: at - o'clock ia the aft ernoon at Antiocli, and at 7:110 iu the ovciiiij.L; at Mays Chapel. Mr. A. S. (ireenliind, ouo of tin: progressive farmers of Wells Valley, l-'u'ton county, was a pl'"!s,iiit cnli'T at our otlico on Wednesday afternoon. Everett I ii-pihiirun. Hay i'oi: Salk. .Judge Mor- ton has a nice lot of timothy audi clover hay mixed for sale at his I b-irn east of town. ! Miss Annie 15. Frev has just ! relurned from the eastern cities' villi an unusually tine selection ! of milliuorv irooils for the snrlns? ! . r - --- - - - I - rr of I (Jive her a call. .1...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 16 April 1903

est 0 A. UK ifttlton VOLUME 4. McCONNELLSHUKG, 1V.. APHIL Hi, 1003. NUMBER 31 CUPID'S LITTLE ARROW. COMING EAST. HARVEST OF DEATH. SCHOOL SALARY BILL SIGNED. : HEW MARRiAC: LAW GOES INTO EFFECT. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Three Weddings of Well Known People Last Wednesday. WHITKHH.t, NPEF.U. ()u Wednesday, April 8, 190H, a very pleasant wedding, at which uoao but the family were present took place at the home of Mrs. R. Abbio Speer at Saluvia. Mr. Ed ward C. Whitehill of Yellow Creek Bedford county and Miss Anna Speer were the contracting par ties, and Rev. Win. A. West, D. P., was the officiating clergyman. While we congratulate Mr .White hill, we cannot help feeling a lit tle pouty that ho came over hero and took away one of Fulton coun ty's best church and Sunday school workers. TKOULKR DESHONG. At the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Harriet Deshongof Pleasant Ridge, at 10 o'clock on Wednesday, April 8, 1903. Rev. J. G. Rose, pastor of the Presby terian church at Mercersburg, Pa., unit...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 16 April 1903

FOUND MANGLED IN BED JKIsi Alice Matthews and Her Daughter Attacked at Night. SKULLS WERE CRUSHED WITH AXE. .A Horrible Crime at Sbreveport, Li Although There Were a Number ol People la the Hone, No Oos Heard Any Suspicious Somd Believed That (he Murderer Crlml all Assaulted the Womio. Shreveport, La. (Special). Mrs. Aline Matthews, aged 45 years, wife of Frank Matthews, a well-known civil en gineer, was brutally murdered in her bed, and her daughter Aline, aged 10, was fatally wounded. An ax was the instrument used in both cases. Ed Por ter, a negro, strongly suspected of the rime, was shot to death by two police sergeants while attempting to escape. He had been run down at a point about live miles from Shreveport. The discovery of the crime was made at 5.30 o'clock a. m., by a servant who entered the bedroom of Mrs. Matthews. The unfortunate woman, v.ho was al most hacked to pieces, had been dead for some time. Her little (laughter was still alive when the servant entered. The mur...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 16 April 1903

ON A DYINQ INSECT. Thou fluttering wife of gauzy green, That by untoward Home to-night Art rudely mnmoncd from a scene That for Homo days hath shed delight On thy ronll senses what lias been Thy profit from this sunny world, re into darkness and oblivion hurled? I l mm i The Vigilance Committee. ByW. T was a moonlight night ond; mo ronuway snone wiino and clear between the straggling fences. A num ber of nipn, n dozen, per haps, wore coming up tho hill from the village in the valley with Its twinkling lights, Thoy -were plod ding along in a little group nnd busily talking as thoy advanced, Presently they paused at u gateway and crowded a little closer. The house within the yard was old nnd weather beaten. It was a story nnd a half building. There was a porch along the front with two windows beneath It, one for each side of the door. Through the window at the left shone a faint and tuckering light. The group of men nt the gnfeTl'iigoied Irresolutely for a few moments, talking In eage...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 16 April 1903

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG. PA. APRIL 16, 1903, Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVKKTISINO HATIM. Per s.juiu'r of ;lni4 3 times ISO. I'.t ire iMcli iiif?iui.nt Insertion.... So! All m! km i fin.'nts inserted for leu thao thrn; tij'ir.ths cnLirired by th? Ncjuure. H mm ilmiw.n jrf. Orip-fonrth .'ohiniQ.. Onv-tiy f Linin One Column ... .ll.Vm. .... i w. .... 40.0). IJrt.on. 40.(11). Ui.00, I.-I1.00 .M.00 7. -.00 Nothing Inserted for loss than II. i'mfe-ototiiil Curds oue year ift. CLEAR RIDGE. Hurry Wiblc. who working tit I .road Top. day hero with hi family han boon 'pout Sun- Mr. I'-crt. Iluiiniili Broun and mom, pent Saturday with her daughter. Mrs. Jacob Winegard- ner. Mrs. Elizabeth Cutcliall left on Sat urday to spend the greater part of the summer with her daughters in the lower part of the county. Mrs. William Fields has been sulle rinjf with neuralgia the past week. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Alexan...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 16 April 1903

FULTON COUNTY NEWS, LOCAL MISCELLANY. Shut the door behind you. Love seldom dies of old age. Kt'tUed in your new home yet ? True fame is only for dead men. Even the smallest shoe is a foot long. April showers bring May flow ers, and mud. The umbrella is generally un der a cloud. The small boy with toothache niny be a sort of howling swell. Spring is the glad time when the year turns over a new leaf. The-lazy man flatters himself that he is economizing his ener gies. When a man gets tired of doing nothing there is no hope for him. Some people are to busy giving advice to attend to their own bus iness. From a feminine point of view a bird on the hat is worth two on toast. The wheel of fortune demon strates that one good turn deser ves another. The dentist is one man who be lieves that it pays to hurt people's feelings. You can't tell much about a family's religion from the size of the family Bible. The swindler believes that if a man is worth doing at all he is worth doing well. The f...

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