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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 31 October 1896

yOur White Ash OR I Red Ash I Illlt lll III I II III IIIII Id;11 , COAL! COAL! COAL! ITTSBURG, Anthracite, COAL OR DOMESTIC USE. NO S5TRK, RLL LUMP, COAL ON THE MARKET. Prompt Delivery. 41'll Weight Ciarad Sphone Your Orders to th Gas works. I~rLV S'PLEXiE t' v CThe Pro,,i -.: I you kindly publish the article 1 "A Serioui Question" and by "A Voter," which apperad Caneasian some time ago? Ma lam Rumor intimated You would, and a number of our have heard so much about it ey would be glad to read it 4inderstand it is good reading Yours truly. "X RuAs." * * * * ell yes, it did kinder wake the up and made some of them ' they hadn't said so much So li ie la. (Editor.) A SERIOUS QUESTION. J P Much Does Uniter StatZeeo* ti ator Blanhebard Owe the b Dear People? it tie in public print that very [ -as been said on the subject of f ddo delegation and the Blanch- c ieeolution. few of the United States Sena- c c oriticise the unlucky 18 afor 8 apparent disregard of Mr. , rd's Iddlwi l intere&...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 31 October 1896

MILLION I)IIAIR FI RE FIVE FIREMEN SERIOUSLY IN JURED FIGHTING FLAM ES. Two Big (ir.,n E1lvator4 rarn ('onqulnetd over 1,000,000 . Italaelq of (;r.ra I)nP Istoyed-Thuous; ndl of People WitneowedI the hpeetacle. Chicago, Ill., Oct. 2,. -- The two huge grain elevators helonging to the ('hicas go and Pacific EIovt\'Ir c')mpany were destroyed yesterday a.ft,)rnoon, together with their contentM. A Ilnumbelr of smaller buildings wor hburned as well and the total lost; will 1).' $1,00;0,000. Ti''h insurance will cov,,r three-fourths of the amount. It was a dangerous l,).ation for a fire. Directly to the north I the Armour elevator, the largest inu the world, stocked up to the r',rf with grain. To Ihe northeast is the immense malting house of Hale & ('urti, while close at hand lie the docks of tho, ('rescent coml pany, with lhousand.s of ton:; of Ihitt inous coal. The numlllrl, 4 lIther yards ,,p In the vicinity allddd to the danger. Thousands of peIoplh auili'red to wit ness the spect...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 31 October 1896

DISE OF THE NEoR. . loads Are Especially Suited `o the African Race. negroes' paradise for cheap d the very climate of all the dolce far niente ways, irre of color, says a New Peovi er to the New York Post. The to his office at 10 and goes 2; there is no night editor. _ fice opens late and closes )asiness men lock up and go dinner; there is plenty of time, -day, to-morrow, and hustling tion is unknown. It is all a cli salty, conducive to longevity 'let conscience. Gray heads are s, and the number of aged ne - remarkable. I asked some of w old they were, but nobody Probably because so many of are native Africans, speaking to the Congo or Youraba lan They were captured when young Nlave ships. The British cruiser landed 1,000 at Nassau in 1838. were apprenticed to reputable and well brought up. Many bear the names of the best citizens. Some of them wear marks of their African origin °heir faces. Their character aver better than that of the Bahama who were emancipated. The constitute fo...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 31 October 1896

T the following _ _ _ __ SPI DEPA - EU W iilnterest ou. A . IW ?  "'Dress Goods m wll mate an d'r ill alW3 itid1 t' ou can form conclusions of wisdom. The press and People sa y never in the Silks e1f"'ct satis action (tt3 rm vtcd. history of Shreveport; the unanimous expespions of the leadinu and best peo- (7 'e q all good things that are going: ail agree that in few cities could our stock and styles be equaled There mustibe more tha, ordinary merit in our system of Ja ees store keeping. When we gave our Grand Opening Thursday night. October 8, The Largest shoe Department in this city. we naturally expected a rrowd, butno sue h crowd and crush as didI app,'ar. Wet in this ity. feel highly gratified and heartily thank the good people for showing the inter-. The largest stock of Mackintosh Coats in this section. est in our constant efforts to please them. Gloes The finest line of Ifieadware for children ever shown in this city, we will not dwell on the high compliment paid us by the...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 7 November 1896

S1THE PROGL? £RESS 5.-NO. 39. SHREVEPORT, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1896. PRICE 5 CENTS .cL-------m mmammmm. '......,,A.,,.,,,,,,*ýýJ·,Ylºi·txýuclu!i VALUES AND NOT CHEAP TALK IS WHAT WE GIVE Now that the election is over everybody will be contented and satisfied, as all anticipation will be settled, and if you want to be happy and always have a few dollars oin hand, come and buy from us, for we are selling cheaper than any one, as we believe in small profits ant quick sales, our ever lasting motto, Don't forget to ask for your tickets for the PIANO that we are going to GIVE Away. Every dollar you spend with us entitles you to a ticke. BELOWFIND SOME OF OUR PRICE A NEW ASSORTM ENT OF Pluh. assorted colors, c per yard Cheviots sc per yard Towels 15e to $1,00 per pair (1hý dren's shoes e *c Velvet, 2o to 50c per yard Stries - - 4 1-pe yard Ladies handkerchiefs, b lbntitcthed, 55 Ge ts handkerchiefs, fancy, 7ic DRESS GOODS. Jeans, goo quallity - 1e uer yard Ltdies handkerchiefs. UlR, ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 7 November 1896

C. D. HICKS, Editor. SHREVEPORT, - - - LOUISIANA. SA laugh is the only crop that fools can raise successfully, a The Standard Oil trust will not make Ice or anything else but money. na ar Out in Missouri there is a 24-year-old aif woman who is the mother of twelve M, children. na Enthusiasm is well enough for a pic nic, but it takes endurance to saw t wood successfully. I nil It is extremely easy for a woman to th discover that she is abused by an in compatible husband. all One of the chief dlelights of feminine at nature is to do something that willc startle some particular man. 88 Many a man has an easy job simply because his employers are aware that th he is not reliable in emergencies. tr, lot If Bourke Cockran marries the th daughter of an English lord our foreign th account will be partially evened up. mi A bloomer girl in Groton, N. Y., last ,*a week saved her escort from drowning ; and the poor fellow is still in his mis- gi ery. aE at China has sent an imperial commer- Cl c...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 7 November 1896

GE'S SERMON ond i ing TRY OF THE WOODS" leal out NDAY'S SUBJECrT. l den i-- ng yllowingl Text: "We All Do Sa Leaf; and Our Iniquitles, day do Wind, lizave "hen Us Awnay" 1311 64-6. 140 silt fat T Is so hard for us the to uinderstanid re ligious truth that at Cod constantly re- 1ae iterates. As the schoolmaster takes Th a blackboard, andl to puts upon it ilgures to and diagrams, so hel hel that the scholar fal may not only get sue his lesson through iJg but also through the eye, so es all the truths of his Bible, As ws them out in diagram on the I world. Champollion, the fa- m 7renchman, went down intofo to study the hieroglyphics on thi es and temples. After much oa he deciphered them, and an to the learned world the re- th Shis Investigations. The wis yo goodness, and power of God are a-i In hieroglyphics all over the i and all over the heaven. God El that we may have understanding tl to decipher them! There are bl; passages, like my text, which m be studied in the very pres- fo th...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 7 November 1896

TdE PROGRESS. Sk3MMI-W1EI1K IY. :Otttlstlc·rl iv. ~ry Thnrr:'llr t y I)I Slll l'dlR U D. I cWK s......... ....... .ditor. bired Lit the PopLrmtnlle at Hhreveport ar q ivnn (rla.. Mail Matter. Omue-20) I and :h(!i Wai ia n Slrce..'t *w ylrriti g ad Maruket. 4711(71H1 lI''ION: Si. Yep . ..... ......... ..... One Dollar t=Moanthti . ...... ...9lzty-bfve Cetn !miete n~onti ................ Thirty-five Centn *3d* Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Union flREVEPtaIlr, [A., NO%. 7, 1Sn6. LAST RALLY OF 'TllE, BRYAN UND SEEWALL CLUB. The Bryan anid Swnll (hiI) of 'Pbhreveport gave o ihst rnlly ft the eaort ihonue Sat uIr'i' last. While he iittte'iltn rce. wav not what it shoul d IIavi he.-;, I lip t,.. Ilene e wcit entbnfsiattic ii d rilulily ini I elmphat l ioally ap11latnded F'vory l''Iat 1to rI'd by the sP1o-akerN. .As 'uiual the ;pro.grnneiri.' wre well wrranged lan I 1 rrhl3 cr ried'l out. n this snin a' mio ib i ef, rer, Inew ruen were put to the front and this added b the eset of the meetin...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 7 November 1896

White Ash MAD ed Ash !E That thl { inistilirli til If wis fair a *giýiTl lll~I t uf ýBryan. COAl! COA! at S __Hill Isiiit~t11li 11113 friends % SBURG, 0old, and gent, earn racite, tor, and a our CommU still a Bra USE. That S )1MESTIZ USE. ribshe who K, NLJL ,MP' the Dum ON THE MARKET. could fin pt Delivery. mer and themselv b ?rhoW. W'Cnaal itth~melThat tHr 'ToUr Ordcrs to the lthou tir has big O. be ex.efi L TRIBUTES suite ihe ful to loc ombe of Our Dead. it pays. Tesat E y was All Saints Day, Tat oh so des tial tenderness it was de the bord any in our city, on him, day when the graves of on That, ones are decorated with i t the earth mounds Kiiley t `'deronit ne before are garland thinks bl tea of our love, by con- thinks Flora's real w, the der Bry Thatr heboicest in her domain. Tht lime custom, how noble will thi wbich prompts the liv- Candri tia i hallowed pleasure in bthat des we monments of the that sweet exotics whose h throws inluence reflue our in- noth do blimate our thon...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 7 November 1896

&*ENERAL ELECTION. - and FIRST REPORTS FAVORACLE TO 886, M'KINLEY, S giv Pal New England and the Middle States Car- E ried by the Republicans-Maany States cley In Doubt-Reports are Coming in Slow. Lev Chairman Jones Talks. O Alt Chicago, Ill., Nov. 4.-The returns E received up to midnight last night in- giv dicato the probable election of McKin- Pal ley and Hobart, although the returns are so meagre from a number of doubt- 1 ful states that this conclusion can only in be reached by an estimate based upon Cle the gains and losses. Q The best returns obtainable snho pre prc that Maine and Maryland give majori- Loy ties somewhat reduced from the Sep- an tember election. New Hampshire gives about 20,000, Massachusetts about 120,000 and Rhode ( Island and Connecticut proportionate cin majorities, all for McKinley. cot New York is estimated at about 125,- 725 000 and Pennsylvania is likely to reach tY the same figure, If not a greater. Maryland has been carried for the -1 Republican c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 7 November 1896

ECZEMA. FA] n Pronounced it Ring-Worm ribed for That Ailment, But MAT' .(aient Used Dr. Williams' Pink @ad Was Cured. -le Free Press, Corning, Iowa. afflicted with what physiciand Some me was eczema and began doc- tlon for that disease about. two years Said Mrs. Eva L. Evans, of Har- -H a, to a reporter a few dlays ago. cult first doctor I consulted did me no atall. He pronounced the disease or andl ga le me remedies for but soon found out his error. en tried another physician, with better suc, ess but did not sUC jn obtaining permanent reliet. On estrary. I got worse and my face dy broike out badly and a severe sensation constantly accom it. Thin physician pronounced malady erzomr and I believe now his diagnosis was correct. My ld saw an article on Dr. Wil pink Pills In the county papers at his solicitation I tried them. make a long story short, I took e boxes of this wonderful rem and am nfw entirely relieved. I mon not been troubled with the least ever; of this disease since Augu...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 7 November 1896

The following I" W iil interest you. Dress Goods iwill dm2aPt 1a XT- i11 ,133 11334 f'Q . on can form conclusions of wisdom. The ress and People say never in the Silks q history of Shreveport; the unanimous expess ons of the leading and best peo- , r' ýý of our city, as well as total strangers, traveling men, who see the greatest of all good things that are going: all agree that in few cities could our stock and _ _c__ _ _ stylis be equaled. There mustibe more that ordinary merit in our sy sth m of J/( e Wlfrhi store keeping. When we gave our Grand Opening Thursday night. October 8, The Largest Shoe Department in this city. we naturally expected acrowd, butno sueh crowd crush as did appear. We Reefers The largest stock of Mackintosh Coats in this section. est in our constant efforts to please them. h o p re r The finest line of Headware for children ever shown it we will not dwell on the high compliment paid its by the press and the public. You will save money when you call on us. T...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 14 November 1896

TE PROGRSS - 4 PRICE, 5 CNT --NO. 40. SHREVEPORT, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBR 14, 1896. .- O 40, oA .,.II .   1 . ..  o-- - - c ALNUES NBNT 11A? TLK IS AT WEG Now that the election is over everybody will be contented and satisfied, d ntipti will be aelede and ifor want u o be hpyadlways hive a few dollars on hand, come and buy from us, for we are selling cheaper than any oie, as beliEvery idollar smyou spend with us entitles, you to a ticknt motto. Don't forget to ask for your tickets for the PIANO that we ire goIng to GIVE A.~ay. Every dolla yon spend with us entitles you to a ticket. ELOW FIND SOME E OF OUR PRICES. NEW AOop5Te to l n Pr Pair (drer a shoes c Vlt_ lloI5 r 8r per yarl Towls li e chifs, euwtithd, 5 Gents handkerchiefs, fancy, A NEW ASSORTMENT OF toi, oo 5 e aood qjallity - plII ) c I Illt h iyardkr i silKt, 0 Gents haudkerchifsf, silks 2 5 DRESS GOODS. TRIMMINGS. Ticking, 50 to 75e adies. pat's .and vests, 401 e ch glvs 35eto 7.00 Sp 2q 50to 7p5c Ladles wool pant...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 14 November 1896

SCHOONER WHRECKED. ..a, - count, Q'JT OF A CREW OF' SEVEN BUT at Pal ONE IS SAVED. and h one r It Had Anchored, but the Gale woS to off th Great that it Dragged the Anchor bnd feners was Heat to I'leces-The Vessel and Cargo Th( a Total Loss. of Ag inc(e. Muskegon, Mich., Nov. 9.--The fen schooner Waukesha went to pieces off gents lIehin this port yesterday nrorning. Five me and I were drowned and one rescued. The great vessel and cargo are a total loss. three The Waukesha broke up while try- Ert ing to ride out the gale at anchor near been here Saturday night, and only one sur- his d vivor of her crew of seven has been rescued. lIe is still too weak to talk. The vessel had a load of salt and ap- gove ples, which were taken on at Manistee Apez Saturday morning. At 2 o'clock Satur- and (lay afternoon she was sighted running tonoi with the gale under a torn mainsail. aned An attempt was made to enter Muske- Alva gon harbor, but the schooner drifted a dlress mile south of the piers and ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 14 November 1896

AND GARDEN. " wit ERS OF INTEREST TO top AGRICULTURISTS. nor foo `.p-to-dlte llints Abnout (Cultivu- r of the Noil and iheldM Thereof ma oorticulture, Vticlthure and Florl- the tare, to _10 S1Ie correct time to un dig potatoes is a biu matter of consider- tIn 8ab)l concern to the ced potato grower, and of especially if there 1101 LI are syml)toms of PO rot in the crop. A Wi correpondelnt of ret the CountryGentle- Ia man made Inquiry va in regard to this cl r, to which the following reply made: "if the tubers have begun o w the discoloration of the potato it is better to dig them at once. If vi #flnes are dead or nearly so, the " will not grow any more, and by wt g them in the ground the soundtl -will be liable to be infected by the do of the fungus which are yet in cOl the ground, but which succeeding will wash down in the soil and into contact with the tubers, they will do their hateful work. th tops are not yet dead, they will is serve to increase the crop of IBi , whlt drop fro...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 14 November 1896

TH.i F'KUGLGK 1S SEI \I-WEEKLY. Puhliel8wd every 'l'hursdav and Saturday Q D. HICKS,........ ........Editor. -_stred in the Postoffice at Shreveport as Qpendl.Class Mail Matter. -lMoe-20 and ';05 Milaml Street, betweed Spring and Market. UC BSCRIPTION: *  Yea, ...... ..................One Dollar --z Montis .........S... Sixty.five Cents ,lhme Inths!..... ....Thirty-five Cents C·a ris Farmers Union SHREVEPORT, LA., NOS. It, 1096. Late keep Shreveport moving along onel If you want to work a man be care- Fancy , tal to give hit, no Fas. __ _------- - IllIIHIIIII Now is the tiwe for invest. rs to turn their tn ney loose for Shreve port real estl ae. If McKinley will give us prosperi ty; then by all that is good! let us get VvT up a petition, a-k Clevelaind to resign and put [illy Mackl in right noN. 'Our conntry is certainly entitled to prosperity for the next four years; it Ias been under stagnation for the past live. Thursda The tilts between the mayor and .V T. 4 s hamrman I f the...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 14 November 1896

White Ash dJdge I d Ash For ed Ash forms, t tilgit~lanItNIl l(tlH the pub flt||111I 11Cr tu r 11-I cbhse by SCOAL! COA L! area of "U11111 I:rIrti '1llIial B1)ard. TSBU IG'; 2,iTt fo rm ha hracite, title, et quite we OAL Clubal grets to DOM ESTIC USE. ACK, RLL LUMP, The L ON THFE MARKET. ever, as opt Delivery. elve, a UIý,llL t daian Cl eour Orders to the a T Scinio a tas Works, for cot V; '^ . trespasi cisiol : AVE BOND. Cros Club vi :rt .n, who has teen held Barg of mu de of Henry Firs Wallac -Lake, gave bond Plair was released. . the alit ly reme left with the up-to-date r 142 a ,Tekson is guaranteed ober a aet st.tfaltion in both and Jo fit. said la of the iog ara filling on the and br the new depot are almost we ire intormed that the started on the building premi. :oil will just across the pleade r City has been started scripti and assumes a business in a .s from a distance. speciu and the real estate man bhip c were angry with each the pt peace-maker convinced tes. error, and ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 14 November 1896

C. D. HICKS. Editor. SHREVEPORT, - - ,OUISIANA. Any task is easy after it has been performed. Crooked people only respect those they cannot rob. It is a great mistake to imagine that J( it is funny to annoy somebody. la The mistakes other people make are ti the ones we bear longest in mind. It Many a mar wc.ld be miserable if it were not for his keen sense of the el ridiculous. fr The world is apt to value a man be more for what it expects than for what ti it has received. t Of all the clammy, artificial things et that vex a sensitive nature, the me- m chanical smile is the worst. o. Some people are never so happy as b when their worst fears in respect to si somebody else are realized. Marrying for money has many of the unpleasant features and few of the benefits incident to taking medicine. It will be noticed that people are seldom forgotten when contingencies occur that render their aid desirable. Did it ever occur to you that per haps you are to blame because your associates exhi...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 14 November 1896

EZU ELAN [)ISPUTE Ca ?DARY QU STION SETTLED ter AT LAST. Fr - - - me W I)i@iecidId by an Interniational Ar- PI tonal Tribunal -- Lordl Satisbury's to - ent lirou.ght About tihe Au- lea - c e le D , Io n on ashi:tin. Nov. 11. .- The king Sedeu and Norway, Oscar II., has chosel,(n by treaty between the p dt Staf and Great Britain as the of fnlal arbitrator of the Venezue- ti bouncary quiiesticn. The other ar tors. four in number, are to be th glated, two by the lord chief jus-te of England and two by the chief at ee of thii United States. This is final and most important feature of he treaty for the complete adjustment se the pending Venezuelan controversy. rm treaty was concluded in Washing- p1 Monday night, at the British em , Sir Julian Pauncefote represent- to her Britannic majesty and Secre Olney the United States. at nee the return of Sir Julian Paun- o e from London three weeks ago, lations toward a final settlement he been proceeding. Most of the jogs were of such an Importan...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 14 November 1896

- ___ The following Di PU SPECIAL DIPARTMENT I Will interest you. * i Iýr ().s (;o1ds c will Vmic 1u ss in a U, l l cl ....- ..ill vect ,aisfact iol (l uvilnlCd. oi oll frnn nll l l i i " l' ll s . r u iof'iiw ll ii r Inw nh I ,hi' a n,ý,? `ý yi l, |11 h lh l tr o i i , -a ,11 -4'11 a . . toi elll' r ii l n" i u r wl h F ,i 1'' ii ' '!t, o, ui . ,, i l d I i ui ' i fi1i n ti ll , l g oi I I' i L"ii u I/ I l l I ll r wi o I iigllg i ý I. hit IInr * t ir i 1 l Fi , 11 li l h'e r p l ll t | n i'V g iirleun Ig v ( )Io' l l l , , lruya lls r llh l )ol l l It. e to l, llp . el '/'ut)1 'l rhii I l ir a 'llue to l l rl i l i yi i i '.l wei iiterlly rlp iied n iio. . l, hiitno ait II ' h i u t r n el cirl ih en dili ipl-'nlr. W The ]llq'l lln, ol l airs fir rhilr n ..rr .h.' I fril h rthly rnllld l, l hIIl y thnI k le grn ' 0d pe o i' You will ReI, nIn i n whin y l nill , ul r we will ut , wl iei tll t, hi gR h ' ln ll t pnl, 1n1, by ,ihe prm an the pni ili 1 give away o, u1 pnt,,nn, ,...

Publication Title: Progress, The
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