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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 28 February 1903

a roefs Easy Times. Mother D Joa n e tel1- mc ronr husband Is oHt half the SI until ter midnight? uchter-More than half. 53 you never scold?" eTer" t am amazea. -you forget that my husband is Sffaat of that, pray?" YVhen he comes home early, he al,v8 insists on reading his poems lffle-V-y- Y- Weekly. Cold and Csleolatlas f She hesitated and asked for a little i-- for consultation, j, certainly," he said. "There eo hurry about this matter. If !L desire to consult your parents" J -Don't you believe it for a moment," ae interrupted firmly. "I want to coarolt Uraasweei. nd he threw up the sponge and v'tnt out into the night. N. Y. Herald. nothing to Worrr Abo at. Husband-Darling. 1 believe that I no failingWife (in alarm) Gracious! How often 1 have warned you, George, acainst your foolish speculations! Husband 1 don't mean in business, dear- I mean I'm failing in health. Wife (relieved) Oh, is that all? Tit-Bits. In the Essays. -Can't I sell you an encyclopedia?" asks the affable agent ...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 28 February 1903

1 I u it CHIPS. AX E. DeareU Thursday Bora of 3kiTe parents la Mexico, Mo.; educated la the coarmoa schools of MIssoarl and Illinois, school teach er la the south for several years aaesg his owa people, with a scientific education at Knox college. Galea- bsrg, and a law coarse at Bloomington, HLi editor of a weekly paper published In the Interest of his race, Judge advocate In the United States army In Cuba, is the Tecord made by Rev. Mr. Jameson, pastor of the Afrcan Methodist Episcopal church at Madison, Wfa the first colored man to officiate as chaplain of the legisla ture of Wisconsin. Ex. United States Senator B. R. Tillman delivered himself of a long-winded speech In the Senate the other day oa the. "Race Question," In which he said that "he would vote to confirm Booker T. Washington as secretary of anything. Let us have a Negro a, genuine Negro, not a mulatto or' hybrid. Then let us make them offi-j cers of the army and navy. Let us give them a pro rato share of all the good ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 7 March 1903

Is - HEW TO THE LINE. UV VHHHhV VHJ liisBsfliisisHiisis. ITiisisisistm MTtfyBW .r aBTJp1 iisisisisisMB lssLsLslnJ -LsLsLBLBLsfliBawW. voi. yn. iHiiTr A For somo unexplaiaable cause or reason the "Race Problem" In this country has again been forced to the center of the stage. Within the past month It has been discussed with much more vigor by men and women in all the walks of life than It has been In many years previous. It seems that the American people are gradually deriding up on the "Negro Question or the Race Problem." Ukq two contending armies the friends of the Negro maintain that he Is entitled to enjoy the same civil and political rights which are accorded to all other American citizens. His enemies, or those who are not in sympathy with him are firmly of the opinion that he does not possess those elements which will we make him the equal of his white brother therefore It was a crime to enfranchise him. That he should be permitted to revert back to that same condition of ser...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 7 March 1903

THE BROAD AX. JUBIJSHH) WZHELY. W!H wrasse sad H fees BpfegiatBtra fetes. laSd. Ansae. Stssto Ttxsts, Beyeeo.KaSi3 !!, ssj ens 1m eanasrs Baetr war. o laegM meter taagBe tt mettal XssBrosdAxU a neumsixrwaase islstfannU breed esonrfjfsr a&,rr olXnrtBK tas e&tertol risfettospsBXUsowBmted. loed iiiTTTilrtHftnt ttW raottvs sttwrttoa. Writ osly a os & of ttn p$er. Sabserlptteas me b paU tn aavsase. Ob Terr..... WWSM. 1.00 AareiflsteE rites rnsfletoowa en sppUcsttoa. asdresi nTccmrn-nnlmtlnni to TBS- BROAD AX Be Araoar ATeaae.CWesco. JPLTOB 7. TAYIOB, Miter sad PnbUBr. TTnTrml at tie Part Office at Chicago, aVs Seeoad-dasi Mstkr. Uirsri Boonomleal. -Ola Peterby is rich and stingy. In the eventof his death bis nephew is to inherit bU property. A friend of the family said to the old gentleman: ""I hear your nephewiargoingi to marry. On that occasion you ought to do Something to make him happy." -!rwAa7 said Mr. Peterby. T11 pretend that I am dangerously f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 7 March 1903

fgg FACE AHD THE COLLAR. J(oat Man Mar Kalce Himself Look Tkla y Adopting the Proper Heelcwear. jfen who do not wantto look aay f 8tjr in fie face than they can help have jn easy means of accomplishing their -orpose. Not all of them are aware if the effect that may be created by tie form of a collar or cravat, says the yew York Sun. The stout man "who want to look thin as he can," said, the haberdashc?t clerk, "ought to wear a tie of the kind known-ajs the four-in-hand. Preferably it should be dark in color and drawn tight. That carries down the Hne of the face and lengthena it to a degree that tends to make the face look thinner. "Another aid to making a man look thin is in the height of bis collar. Stout aen who want to look thin should wear high collars and closed ones. Any collar that opens in front makes one look itouter under nearly every' circumitance. Such collars are becoming to the thin men. "The fat man should avoid the kind of tie that has a horizontal effect. This ,rill...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 7 March 1903

. it & X- CHIPS, Sereral of the -Colored clerks la tie Peassoa Offdi at Washington were promoted JJeoember 15. Joka H. Cook of Minnesota- aad Jo&a B. Hayman of North CaroUsa, -west from 100 to $1.4$0 aad Edward S. Wood of Mississippi, was raised to SlGd per annum. TbHTBday, March 12, will be president's day with the L B. W. Woman's Club, at which time the presidents of all the dabs are cordially larited to attend and take part Is the discission. Subject, "What Shall We Do to Make Oar Clubs More Interesting." Eaos Bond, 6241 South May street, who Is the oldest Afro-American Democrat In the Town of Lake Is confined to his bed with a severe attack of pneumonia. The many friends of Mr. Bond sincerely hope that he will speedily be restored to good health. Rex. D. By Wllklns of the Old Church ' Organ Is either marired or Is thinking about splicing up with a widow, for lately Eldej WHklns has been househunting, and any one who is not altogether hlind would take him ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 14 March 1903

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 14 March 1903

tr (?j r &. :'-. ES ' THE rrtnr? AX,' UK! OF FDR JRAPPI1S, ""KfKWMHrtiii- irwii''ioirkixn-w.rLrTj"Lri .niMtotwaC resLstai nrm! stssssMMsssa- i we asMuMtf t ase. at as! ton acseM is tea CsW !, BrMt'. WS Xha it Azte a jaesiaapwafceeeiifiWotiiile snr iA.inr maiir mi mi i itCfcttsspeikttaemadB. - TT-, . . v I J Xgesl ijmaliiitusi - kr Wrttsoefrea cms WdaaflM paper, - oseiBrtsMoM MBit he paM a rihHf THtaXOAD AZ S9 JjieeJresa,Ca4esfo. JHUOT V. TXTLOB, MKar sag fgMbhg. Cher Have Plitr el" Pare Atr, WktlH Bs&s?S seae? Goe-a.Ksee la Their CasajsV '. Thtffi'if'yt fre- Fast OtBce at Cslcafs, IT.iiTironilniiiilTitlrr r-- ..-. - ,-.na SEAMLESS TOY BALLOONS. Aa Aaaerleaa Xorelty Lately Aide - to the kas X.Ut ef the Street Trase. "Look at that," said a wholesale dealer in street novelties. "The very latest and newest and. biggest thing in- the market to-day." He picked oat of a box on the coaster s little, loosely folded rub ber-bag' about two inches long and having at one ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 14 March 1903

NS- J0JTEN SEASON. . .v TWa tflWa .'As .S TWUgaw ,- - pjYatieB11 w-UIB to. jovemea - - -: ad Fairies. -dl CMcaso Letter. JScis truly a Tertian! SX ever revolving with more Lla rapidity. Again and yet Stoefa torn to styles peculiar ttgr ano i" - r - period. Just now fashion. f Bam A HANDSOME STREET GOWN. fcers seem to have returned with te a decree of enthusiasm to the at and fetching styles of the Ktnth century. The ganged the fl owing sleeve and pointed see all belong to that far-away The wide bertha and fichu of h period are also in vogue, hut BgenioBS authorities have so aged them that they give a appearance to the shoulders Ltd of the slope which, though riiiirmlnr where it suits, makes women look 161x1017 dowdy I ffi-dressed. One cannot help ehserre, however, the distinct of individuality seen in all the t clothes, which speaks partkuwellfor both the modistes And it craze for black and white ia resshvg instead of abating; ifh serges, cream cloth zibelines 1 tUakes are tremendou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 14 March 1903

;A"' li S I, aTW m " i KS. 3 .i . 1.. j 9 xlvBH B CHIME "-JJ .-5.R ?J I .- 1c texais at etears, aad taa felgitsct grades' -' geats lafalsalag goods; ! teaccosMK&attoa o afe auy tossacsHatffceTae Breaa A ea sate uI fe claiBasNfcat 'it te -a aSrst, class & L ots&a. Baasosa, D. D D. E. SkeltOB, ud la. M. Ha-afeaiaW SLt3. oo& gafeaed persoaagecr "wao wflt fsraJsa i&e orator for tae occaaioa. Rer. Geojffl W. Slater, of tie &$ Park Cfeapel, i 8??7 : talked In reform -work. Every Moday' he assists Mrs. Bissfeetb Mcpbsald In her good -work aaoas tie prisoners la the Cook Coast? JalL Uader their rellgtoos lafiaesce recent- ly'Ixsrcr BIanfi-a6d J. L. Joaasoa, tfeb immaTe8f of" t4 Jail bare beea convert oFWaSX t6 t orsafce taefr Til wars. Mrs. MtiDonaM states Sari H&seweH, tie .oaly sea or chOd beToagiaV'to Mrs. Hopewell, 31st aad DearboHf 'etteets, -was trnt to .tie Jeha -wSr&yScfioot WweeVfor a lo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 21 March 1903

i7Wilri jwif ijvf tt' twyrwwyyjTjfi iiip HEW TO THE L I N E. Vol. VTH. CHICAGO, MARCH 91, 1903 3STo. 21. THEODORE W. JONES THROWS' ANOTHER BOMB INTO OLIVET BAPTIST CHURCH Editor Julius F. Taylor: When a certain lawyer or this city began suit against the Olivet Baptist Church, In order to collect fees for services rendered, the Rev. E. J. Fisher claimed that an undue advantage had been taken of the Church, In that suit had been commenced before any demand for payment had been made. The Reverend gentleman contended that In this he had been "humllated. disgraced and Injured." Since the church owed me a small bill of $185.00, which it had neglected to pay, and being desirous of obtaining the same without giving needless offense to Its over sensitive pastor, I decided to make a demand in writing, both public and private, which I did. Last Sabbath, from his pulpit, the Reverend gentleman "cliewcrl the rag" for more than an hour because of that demand. He claimed as before, that he had bee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 21 March 1903

II I'll h m THE BROAD AX. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. i -i-irmrifMVWvmfwv -vru-W-n Win promslesta cad at til tfan uphold the traa neBtouUxb s neFfgcperwfeoea platform U broid .bobA for tB. Tr cUlmta tbeedtterUl xtgat to speak tta own alnd. local cnwiiHiwilnHoBi. irtll .receive attesties. SsbeerlpUoss nras belaid la advsaee. one Year........ M not : r&tet nude tsovn on appUeatlan. LIFE OF FOR TRAPPERS. rfcey Have Plenty of Fare Air, WaoIe aoxae Food said Good Times IB Tieir Camci. AfloreM all Tronic tl tint to TBS- BROAD AS B04D Armour Ansa's, Gblcago. JULIUS F. TAYLOB, Editor eadPabUiber. Eakred at the Pact Office at Chicago, nij M ftKOTKJ-fflH Mltfffr SEAMLESS TOY BALLOONS. An American JTorelty Lately Added to the- Loss; tlst of tbe Street Trade. "Look at that," said a wholesale dealer in. street novelties. "The very latest and newest and biggest thing In the market to-day." He picked out of a box on the counter a little, loosely folded rubber bag about two inches long and baring...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 21 March 1903

mtfmttm njjum mmmmm, e wasssrms&s: Oman's Thosta !Tbtaf,Tn$K -to jevotiQ flutyM jpnifig. .ly Sprlas Style Give Promise of tie Rear Advent ofMrChm. us Korjrtllxia lBarM and Fancies., Special Chicago Letter. pASHION is truly a veritable H wheel. everrevolvinrWTth more 0Te5S-rspWity.AgaIaaHdiye( -in are past eras revived only to riTe place in tarn to styles peculiar another andoftea Aiar more .note period. -Just ww faahJan-l ire any easier to hold up than the Jong trained akirt, but ' somehow tbere seems much less to manage. For weddings, receptions and smart wear generally, they are cut much longer, with full spreading trains, which hang in the most graceful manner. In the world of tailormades there axe interesting things galore to tell bout. Buttons, for instance. . (Pfeying an important part in dress. Quaint enamel, old silver and beauti- UUiy chased gold buttons abound on many of the smartest tailor-mn.t bodices And coats. Fringes, too. find L . I - ii A HANDSOME STRX,G...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 21 March 1903

:f fll M CHIPS.. ' Ernest Hummel, the Prince or the German Americans in this county, will surely be elected City Treasurer of Chicago. Alderman Michael ZImmer, 12th Ward, has been re-nominated and as far as his calling and election it Is all over -with him right now, but the shouting. Dr. A. M. Brown, physician and surgeon who recently arrived In this city from the South, has opened an office, corner 27th and State sts., and Doctor Brown Is meeting with success. They say that Rev. Archibald James Carey hates Attorney Edward H. Morris because lawyer Morris obtained a Judgement against himself, and Quinn Chapel for almost one hundred dollars. Alderman J. C. Patterson, 20th "Ward, never knows how to turn any of his constituents down If he can help it, and that is one reason why the voters of his ward will stand by him on the day of election. Charles R. Jackson, the Afro-Ameri can postmaster at Darien, Ga., gets a salary of $1,500 per year. He was first appointed by President McKInley a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 28 March 1903

. -x V 4 'ti . yV K o fasmmL mmmmmr mmml 1 mmmm samma .iimmmmw smmmmmmmmmm. vScauuuuS Smmmmw ffi,ag'r a. sssmmuW. 4 :-- KKW TO rFJSJE LINE. ggg , ' ' '- 6'voi. vrn. csEE5radKK .w.atigeh: 28, 1903 jNo. 22iiiDlT w. Hues wins to m it -rrtjrxrfflFv. 0. r. wilkihs writes threatining imb REV. E. J. FISHER JIF OLIVET BAPTIST CHURCH IsCWAUED DOCTOR OF DIVINITY AN UNMITIGATED LIAR. gtftor Julius F. Taylor; la mylast Mstfcle to The Broad Ax I neglected to F .. ..-. -l!-f TTnntti-f"r1mi-nl. attQOQ laRl Win CI uovn.vmuuu Ut Ate city, bad paid me $165.00 borjwred money and also had returned the $.0 which Its pastor, E. J. Fishfoalee pretense of laying the uoor ia a b&Bdiag which the church did not own Siace public notice' was given through the columns of your paper that criffiJDil proceedings were to be instituted. I take the same means of aetBowJedging that the church has prid me in full of all demands. Perhaps the public is entitled to a ore comprehensive explanation of life aatter...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 28 March 1903

:' T-& nft, . ! t It! - v -M . :- M THfe BROAD AX. X. MHMM'aL0afe-s' Mutltf dfl BaHHl k !IWiigU!Kf,l.'?'g5r: i aa4t a- ttsw. vfe the tea Tanii'SnS cibi.K jj- Tah-r,or aar m dn-oaun a(m wmt iiumi t proper -sa Tfc Bread JU is a mwapaper-oa iilyifmmte bttt MWMkteH,tTW dHmtTtcMdBori-l ztgfct to e- Ki ews . teeal mm Iia-nm wfHrceslTe fManHoa. vH ZMctM((iM vBv A-vwtfatfKX-tetsi-ia -bswb on sssueatte-. Ateasaif BfiTnirninlf Mum to THE-BROAD AX JW Ameer A-esae, Cttearo. JBrg 7. TATLOB, Bettor asd Xc-er. Falm. t tie Pet Office at Cak-go, M as Secaed-cbM Hatter. Where It Does Good. "What I cant understand," remarked - tie Wise Gay, "is tie wastefulness ef nature. Now, -what's, the use of giving as a Yermif orm appendix? Scientists tell us it does bo one any good." "Well, I don't agree with them," replied the physician; "it frequently does as doctors a good deal of good "especially if we get well paid for removing it!" CiBcinna'ti Commercial Tribune. Am It Sometimes Happens. Tom (w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 28 March 1903

JPPIES AM) STABS. gjgkt8 ivt WUefc Sttrtktn Califernia la ? . . - raids of Glewtai? Flowers P1 ,..-. uelc Obaerratory. I-b-A1 LM Alleles vw .4 ftTj. ooacnn. when tie scenerr TT... .! i m Vrf t. 1P0nd be hard to select any one - i the landscape as that which, LLueace, added more to the geatj than any otter, but it 3 . to a ereater number of pec Am lie fields of gelden-hued wonderful California sunshine in their saun aepias, xne ,nned srrandeur of the purple Luim inspires awe and admiraM uey ii uun " " wweercred with gray-green live asd rich, daric, myrue-greeu es of glowing poppies nestling bem ana jiew " - j-j-eeat; thej are something' to be gathered, to be taken away, to become one's 0n, in a measure, so that all, from the 8dren who revel among them to the adparents who select a few choice tfeegoms, love these little flowers wtfeh decorate the earth with such ktkh senerosity more than any other ef the thousands of varieties which, firored bj this equable climate, find i home on the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 28 March 1903

I! II t II m,f ! P .- M M II & -, i,. tt --- K-- ? - -. -. r. 1 ' if-" i, S" -r s--.. i .-.. v rj- i- ; i " - .v.. C cv--r Bsvi ST " I U E M&r IsJ T&.' ; CHIPS. Joseph P.-vJwfcpf itfagi anrilmiHrt I Jsr Alilin iwiii C1fce--SMi anL ad fee will fee etectei to ifce cKy eoifecl. AJtoraejr. P: A. Baa, 111 Gfeaafeer Ideal eaaiMfete -ir oae sf tfee new JwJgeeof Cook Coaaty. . Rev. Jasaes N. Towcsead, eipantwr of Qataa. Oaaaof, vfaeos sew Jooatod at Iaainntniolte, lad., wi preach at QhIbb, this, oomlsg Ssaday saoraiag aad ereaiag. Bvery Iteesdsy emeaifig lrosa bow ea. tae Afre-Aaaericaa Socialists wW meet at 3521 State street, aad free' dtecaonlonn wtbKbe held -lor aag agaiast SonfaHra. Almost eTerjalfet for the past two -weeks JtidgtnStepbea "A. Douglas bas delivered jaaB7-jgood aad aCecjtlve speecha for Mayor Garter H. Harrison J and the eaMre Democratic ticket. Denny J. Rierdan and city boHer Inspector Janes G. Bianey, are .both plugging 'hard for AUer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 4 April 1903

v - . - -" :Tjf, :. H ' HEW TO the line. yd. VI3X CHICAGO, AJPiEUX, 4, 1903 ISTo. 23. -.- i mmV mmmmmT Ammo immmmx Jammv fE&fcmmmm' nmmmmmmmmmmm. rmmmr mmmr ???!TimrmmmmV x-a'jM r- mmm. v o mmmV mmmVr jmml I mmmm mmm& vw W"""mmmi Smmm lmmmv I .jF j Tmmmm. x3i5r x.r Hmv. . jfBDOUE W. JOHES PRESEHTS MORE HUTS FOR REV. E. J. FISHER TO CRACK A WIND-BAG IN THE PULPIT OF j OLIVET CHURCH. j Bator Julius F. Taylor:'. In aa honest effort to substantiate a report which has gained currency in this city that Dr. Harper, of the Unlmtr of Chicago, had highly recomaesded Rev. Fisher to tho Deacons of OBvet Baptist Church, and had authorised Rev. Fisher to pledge the hearty support and cooperation of Dr. Harper to the interests of Olivet, a call was made at the TJinversity. Unfortunately Dr. Harper -was out of the city, bat one of the Professors unhesitatingly brawled the story as false. He said. "Deceit is as rampant In the cfcarch and among clergymen as it Is awmg men of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 4 April 1903

s. .-- v 7 f. - ih ;,?, v ? -V - a '4 . 2 'l1. -feH !: THE BROAD AX. 0p&mn0&Sf WBYminalatAttrtati lwMmtftm -.iMtonM Pre .ITMflBBBaU bSbbbbobbV fBCfL aSBBBBrcS BBCCSi-AvBSU" TrjTiiTJTTZVi. -T rj r z -. i " - - - 'ipii t kiwi, or JHV BM BWVWIB BflO i By 4bb14f wW HBKM. ThnTtinii f Til a ill bmrt moiiati tar aB,rer aKerlal HgHHtUMnSWU . XjMl um main HniiHiiii WrHaoaifGS tdseftfc paper. BrtmUHum uniitfedpal3tBTc. Oft? iCfta .................. ., AMfwiigminiiiiuili iilnin to 8MB imesr Atbw. CUeaco. JUUDT. TAYXORJSHiarBdPniiHfcer. w1irfil at Ac Part Office at Cfckago, DL, at Seadallaittf. ' Where It Bees Good. ' "What I can't understandV-reBUrked tie Wise Guy, "is tie wastefulnesa of aatere. Now, what's the use of giving us a Termlfons appendix? Scientists tell u it does no one any food.' "WelL I dent agree -with them," replied the physkianj "it frequently does mb doctors a good deal of good apedaBy If we get well paid for re-, Boring it--Cinclnnati Commercial Trib...

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