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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 January 1910

f!??' ^a I e m ?imcs. - Remoter V J JjmyF UP A COMPLETE LINE ?HH| | Bvorytl.lDK for Your Fruit Ouko ^ 2)? WHITE GOODS 1MM \ A KU Lit LINK OK /'^'^Rfck/' *^Itf Every artiele offered in snle was t'Oiight^^^^H B FlNTS CONFECTIONERIES I jt. ^ JL. |B before the recent heavy advance In Cotton I Fruit C?Im > SOo ?w pound ?-OtlSO U tUlDb ^5^ l^ll^ ll 1^ I ^OOCinb<?* 16* 1903 * "~^ I f Don't Forget We Sell M [1, JL/ MLj jtL [BL > WL / IB/ ^ V I pi.ouotNo.24 q",be' C/^ Johnston, lay & Terry Co. | I* VOLUME 44. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1910. NUMBER 33 1 R * ? ?? ??- ??? ' B n r? r- ???-*?-?. - > >. - - LAKlit INUKtASt IN POSTAI PFVFN1IF? 1 I UU I HL I1L T LMliLkJ Policy of Retain in;, m Office t Satisfactory Postmasters a Will Bo Continued. S H \ " 1 y Washington, Jan. 9.?As a bus- l incss institution the Postoffice 8 Department, next to the United o States Treasury, is the greatest $ in the Government. According ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 January 1910

NEGRO'S WORST ENEMY. About the same time that Mr. ^^^Vcarnrgic was voicing at Hauip Vtun his hope ami desire for ttie obliteration of all distinctions between the whites and blacks of this country, another racial V hermaphrodite was expressing ? the opinion that Hooker WashI ington combined mental and I moral qualities which "only two | Americans before him hail develI oped in so high degree, George f Washington and Abraham Lincoln." Of Mr. Carnegie's utterance it suffices to say that the most unreasoning hater of the negroes could ask no better weapon with which to hinder all measures for their improvement. The only chance that they have of widening their field of opportunity at all lies in those doors of opportunity to which the Southern whites hold the keys. Once persuade the latter that the policy of education and industrial encouragement which they are now pursuing will eventuate in an approximation to the racial equality of which Carnegie prates, 1 that moment those doors will...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 January 1910

W W. C. T. I). COLUMN K ?ri'ICKRMN?|iKM W.r.T.U. President.?Mrs. Mlnmh Ilobbs Day. Vice-Presidents.?M?-8. C. W. Price. Mrs. Ola Turner, Mrs. .1. K Shank, Mrs. B. K Moore. Mrs. II. T. Semones. Kvcordlna Secretary.?Mrs. O. F. Mover. [Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. J. E. Shank. Treasurer.?Mrs. George S. Stevens, y Hii|?erlHt<*u?leuiN ol l??|?artiii?>utN. Literature.?Mr*. Chas. Corbltt. Kwmgellsin and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. obunchaln. flower Mission.?Mrs. I?. T. Soiuones. Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. tJ. K. Mover. Eft'". " ** Sunday School.?Mrs. J.T. Peun. Medical 'Teiuperanee- Mrs. John Shank. Seieiitltle Teuipemuce Instructions ? Miss Kumiie Folks. FlorenceCrit,teuton Home?Mrs. E K. Moore. Social Meetings and lted Letter Day.?Miss Maggie Whltesell. Press.?Mrs. M. II. Day. ^ (Tiik Timks-Kk<jistkh and Skntinki,. at their request, has placed a column at the disposal of the earnest and faithful women &am...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 January 1910

^mwriuuf^iqi PUHLltfHKD KVEKY THUH8L rrlem Printings Pub M. (J. McCLUNG, Kd W. W. MoCLUNO. II Subscripts rOne Y?nr "Nine Mouth? Six Month-, B Three Months, .... ? PHONE The days are growing longer and winter is receding. Spring will burst upon you before you are ready.' Be up and doing. Byrd is again Speaker of the House. We will watch with interest the proceedings of the [Legislature now in session at Richmond. We need not bother about the Lee statue in statutory hall at Washington. It is there and will 6tay .there, so let us think no morn about it. President Taft is progressive in his recommendations to Congress in regard to the common carriers. We hope legislation will follow along the lines of his suggestions. GROW SMALL APPLE ORCHARDS The apple industry of Virginia is growing by leaps and bounds. Old Virginia grows the best flavored apple in the land, lloanoke county has hundreds of acres of fine apple land. Mr. Farmer, plant out a small apple orchard and give it your best atte...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 January 1910

Most Americans Care Little for Any Other Tongue Thau Their Own. In all the world there is 110 country?civilized country, that S s-a nrltnnn t I I T f t\??* \ 1t 4- IntKCmi mnn ?- |??yv uci r uuicicuv ia ii^uaj^ro are ho little known and spoken among the educated people, as B right here in the United States uf America. I In Itussia every gentleman and I lady speaks German, English and French. besides their own tongue. The same thing is true of Holland, Belgium and Switzerland, where all the other people resort for business and pleasure, and where it is necessary to be able to converse with them. In England, while conditions as to languages more nearly approach our own, many more people, relatively, are linguists than here. In Italy and Spaiu the cultivated classes all speak French, but in France almost as little is known of foreign languages as in this country. This has grown partly from the fact that up to a recent time Frertcli has been the .universal language of polite society, li...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 January 1910

T Times-Register and Sentinel. W PUBLISHED KVBKY THURSDAY. 1 fk as?&?c& oswiaasf i |g^ 1 For desirable goods in the above I I ! ion, at nioiiey-savliiK prices, I KO to I .jy ie. b. marshall's i I Corner Muiti and broad Streets I L r*- * RENTS ttKTTlXG CHEAPER If you do not believe this, consult our list of desirable property in all parts of the town. We are certain to have something to suit you. E. R. MOORE Sergeant's Office, College Ave. SALEM, VA. Koro?.o ??o *o ?tott o Kor.o nonottono | OUR SODA | I FOUNTAIN I o NFKVKS Til K COOI.KMT AND ^ If MOST KEFKKNII l%(> SODA, C ? MADi: VKKNTHK I'l'KKNTANO * o WOS'I' WIIOLKSOnE M AT Kill, y U Al.S. O o A K ???????????? o o y PLENTY OF CRUSHKD FRUITS FANCY ? O DRINKS TO PLEASE BY THEIR NOVELTY .f * o O OUR ICE CREAM IS NOTED FOR ITS * SMOOTH RICHNESS AND PURITY? O y PROVE ITS MERITS. ' 5 y OUR ICE CREAM SODA AND EC.C. ? O DRINKS ARE THE BEST. WE SERVE & ? THEM JUST TO SUIT YOUR TASTE. O ? * ? W...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 January 1910

WML ; w TON LETTER: < From our rcKiilnr ooriOHDOiultnit.) Washington, D. C., Jan. 8, 1910. , Pretty much everybody in the , country, or at least every read- , er, knows the chief of the fores- , try bureau is, or rather was. r Glfford Pinchot. Mr. Pinchot | began with two ot* three clerks and how has two or three hundred employees looking after the preservation of the national forests, lie is a warm personal friend of ex-President Roosevelt, in fact, in a certain sense, he is the alter ego of Mr. Roosevelt, and a no more certain representative of his policies and his ideals lives. , When the great conservation convention of gov ernors of States with invited guests met in the cast room of the White House the then I'resident emphasized the fact that if it had not been for l'inchot's initiative and his enthusiasm for the protection of the national natural resources that unique convention would not have been. Mr. Pinchot has lost his offiet ial head but this little calamity w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 13 January 1910

W THE THREE R'S IN I THE MODERN SCHOOL. ! Fundamentally, the trouble with our system of public education is that children learn a litMe about a great many things, v\ ithout gaining much really definite knowledge of anything which is likely to stand them i i .-a i i nuuu bu'uu in taxer liie ; anu, w hat is equally bad, they do not acquire methods of accurx ate thinking. This criticism applies to education in every branch, anil lias been true from the beginning because our theories have been wrong. But just now it is peculiarly true that our public school system has defects which are so palpable, and for which remedies are so easily found, that we should 110 longer permit things to remain as they are. Our public school system is de idedly behind those of several < f the enlightened nations of Kurope, notably Germany and ! Scandinavia, and wo on flit to realize it. Thin is a blow to our national pride, but unless we frankly admit our faults, there is little prospect either o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 January 1910

Ota,Daj&TrnjCo.I C^v*-f ?$fA+%fr&tZ m lU :i:xru W WJ-WWk*? "* /4'WkMI'SM'*'!'. sskssbt^H ythiug for Your Fruit Cake I *H1RE>* Tho.?wl,??avc?oU^^ ago of thiM opportunity to save mon^^^^HI a ki ll unkof If # W nbould do so ?t once. inb Confectioneries |L y _ . . . ! _ ]y. ^ ^ u cake? 20c ?er pound I ?on?olibolcb ^ || f t li li^ I 16, 1903 0- Prit" coeT"' u""" ('00'ls *aM 'orget We dell Electric Light L// JML IBL, j^L/ ti^/ jflL [&/ wLy a^| ' , + Jilistn, Hij i T?rj Ci. 1 ' I )LUME 44. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1910. NUMBER^4 I /\ ? ? ? 1 I it fl MILLION DOLLAR TIMBER LAND DEAL Hitter Lumber Company Buys Tract From Western Pocahontas Corporation. The Beckley county, W. Va., Register says: The public has recently come into possession of the details of an immense timber deal which was recently closed in Richmond, in which the W. M. Hitter Lutny In/el ^uiiiiiaii^ purenaseu tno LJH,OOO-acre tract of timber owned by the Western Poc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 January 1910

York Financier Shabbily and Caret* Little |V lor Money. M J. Pierpont Morgan's personal W appearance suggests his power, r writes a New York newspaper, I man. As he fronts you at close j I quarters you see a man who shocks you at first, and then be-j gins to prepossess you. lie is a tall man, looking not more than (JO years old. lie is inclined to dress a little shabbily. His clothes are never smartly made. He wears a largo double watch chain of gold, file has large,! deep-set eyes; whether they are gray or black no one can fully tell, lor they are always in tho shadow of his shaggy eyebrows. As a matter of fact, his eyes are about half-way be-, tween gray and black. You notice between his eyes three, and sometimes four sharp lines that j run straight up and down?the lines of concentrated attention.' The two prominent bumps over his eyes denote keen perception. His face is ruddy ? rather too much so for health. He is broad and large, his jaw massive, his neck enormously large. It is...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 January 1910

ppp^l F W. C. T U COLUMN OFI'K'EUM N t 9.i;n W. V. T. IT. president.?Mrs. Mlniah Hobbs Day. 4 vic^-l'rosldenti.-M's.O. w. Price, Mrs. Ola I Turner, Mrs. J. E shank, Mrs. E. K Moore, K ' Mrs. li. T. Senionee. t Recording Secretary.?Mrs. U. F. Moyer. Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. J. E. Shank. Treasurer.?Mrs. (leorgo S. Stevens. Sn|H>rluU>iul<>i>iiH ol klttpHrliueiild. Literature.?Mrs. Clius. Corbltt. Evangelism and Almsliouse.?Mrs. C. E. Obenehaln. Flower Mission.?Mrs. It. T. Semones. Medal Oou tests. -Mrs. Lucy Oravoly Stevens. I Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. O. F. w > Mover. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penti. Medical Temperance- Mrs. John Shank, .^clentlflo Teniperauco Instructions ? Miss Fannie Folks. Florence Crittenton Home?Mrs. E K.Moore. Social Meetings and Ked Letter Day.?Miss Maggie M'hltesoll. Press.?Mrs. M. 11. Da v. [TlIK TlMtt?-H?.viiaTiro * Miclr request, lias placed a column at tlic <li?fi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 January 1910

PUBLISHED KVRHY THUKSl ^Halem Printings Pub MuCLUNU, Kd ^Hjj^W W. W. McCLUNU. li ' Subscripts One Your, ...... Hi "Nino Months Bp Six Months K Throe Months, .... : PHONE Save money while you are young for the cost of living is H steadily on the increase and you may need it when you become old. Banking in England pays. The large banks of England arc earning from 15 to 25 per cent, per year. The discount rate is low and interest is usually allowed on current vleposit accounts. FRANCE INCREASING IN WEALTH France grew in wealth more than a billion of dollars in 1009.! This increase in riches shows the people are saving. The thrift of > the Frenchman may be the prime cause of the failure of France to grow in population. ii IT he water-drinking habit is one of Iho habits in which our people should be trained. The average person requires two quarts of water per day. llow many of us drink two quarts of water per day? To those who take little exercise the drinking of plenty of wat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 January 1910

L, Times-Register and Sentinel. PUBLISHBD KVKKY THURSDAY. I <tk ??a? aicsmr n B| For desirable {cowls in the above lines, at money-saving prices, H K E. B. MARSHALL'S B Corner Main and Itroad Streets RENTS GETTING CHEAPER If you do not believe this, consult our list of desirable property in -.11 parts of the town. We are certain to have something to suit you. I * E. R. MOORE Sergeant's Oflice, College Aye. SALEM, VA. feo?eo*o>to?to?ioato?tortoaioito?toieo i I OUR SO DA I ?FOUNTAIN \ O NKKVKM Til K COOLENT AND g % nosr KKFKKNIUNU SOl)A, O 2 M %Di: VKON THK I'l KCSTAVli N o KOW WIIOI.KNOMK 1HATERV. ^ tc AIM, "o S ======= ? g PLENTY OK CHU81IKI) FRUITS FANCY * O DRINKS TO PLEASE R\ TM El It NOVELTY * te o O OUR ICE CREAM IS NOTED FOR ITS jg K OMOrVTII DUiDUfoo " _ >?i mull 11 i'jOO abk 1'UUIXI JJ If TROVE ITS MERITS. 5 jg OUR ICE CREAM 80DA AND EGG ? O DRINKS ARK THE BEST. WK ClhtVK ? |f THEM JUST TO SUIT YOUR TASTE. O O Jd f WE ALSO MAKE ERESII HOME MA...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 January 1910

W IN THREE CLASSES.1; , Kouglily speaking, there are J \ three kinds of people in this J world. The first kind of people I V are pe#ple; the.v are the largest i1 and probably the most valuable el ass. The second class may be ' called for convenience the poets; 1 they are often a nuisance to ideas: but tho mob does nut express them subtly. In fact, it docs not express them at all, except on those rare occasions (now only too rare) when it indulges in insurrection and inasC sac re. JNow this accounts for the otherwise unreasonable fact of the existence of poets. i'octsj those who share these popular sentiments, but can so express. them that they prove themselves the strange and delicate things that they really are. i I'oets draw out the shy refinement of the rabble. The poets | carry the popular sentiments to J a keener and more splendid' pitch; but let it always be re- : iiietnbcred that it is the popular sentiments that they are carrying. No man over wrote any good poetry to show th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 January 1910

w" WILL LENGTHEN MAN'S DAYS. I a ScicutiHc Movement in ProgI reNDtoMalce Lite Longer. An equally important branch of publicity is that through the magazines, several of which give regular space to questions of .y' health. It was largely through the work of the Committee of One 1 1 11111 < 1 rrwl +.1111+ I >i,r*Hulori+ IEoiiko I volt added public health to his I conservation program and inI vited the president of the com mittee to become a member of the Conservation Commission and to write a report 011 this aspect of conservation. His Commission on Country Life also included public health questions in its report. It was undoubtedly partly as a consequence of this last report that Mr. Rockefeller was spurred to mako his famous gift of $1,000,000 to eliminate the hookworm disease from the Southern farms. Recently the committee proposed to the Association of Life Insurance Presidents ^that it] was just as essential to their in-J terests to decrease death rates nml ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 20 January 1910

H (From our NRttiUQOIIPOpoailBnftJ Washington, D. C., Jan. 1">, 1910. By Mr. Pinchot has given out a ^ % statement in which lie praises I the Roosevelt conservation proI gram and calls upon the plain people of the country to protect their interests and Insists there is immediate danger that water powers will be absorbed. lie says that the enemies of conservation in Congress, through the Tawney amendment, stop the work of conservation. He says, "those who steal public lands steal homes from men and women who need them." Congress can stop the pillage or Congress can let it go on. He does not refer to his dismissal from office and he does not criticise President Taft, but he lauds Mr. Roosevelt in calling the confer, enee of governors in 1908 which resulted in the National Conservation Commission and a message from Roosevelt transmitting its report to Congress. It is now plainly realized that as a free lance Mr. l'incliot will be no less potent in national affairs than he wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 27 January 1910

)olmstoii,Dafd ferry Co. ^ a /v-%^ % ,a ^4,^ ? n,^ ^^t-JI'j^llt' * ?>jl'J01|->$XJ0H^ ta's taj WortioSta^B Jr a full link ok am* n,Hny other articled of^^^B B Hnk Loni im noNi-.iii ^ a ^ A, A I strictly Winter Goods on the ^^B Fruit Cake <& 20e per pouud V^LOlTS'OlXUCtlCU |B ^ Bf IB OX?&T?t\&CV i6 i903 "S* Bargain Counter to close out. fl Forget We Sell Light . 'B^/ A. IB, tl/ A/ A 'A BL/ 1/ ^ B 1 ? ?7^^ + + <w * w w* *r Johnston, Day ? Terry Co. 1 HB I . VOLUME 44. " SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1910. NUMBER 35 B nini inm/ iniku i 1 1 iSMALLfUA AUAIPI APPEARS IN STATE Health Authorities Kxpect Seri- j oiih Epidemic Unless People -are Vaccinated. Richmond, Va., Jan. 25.?Smallpox has again appeared in the State and in several counties has already reached serious proportions. While the disease is mild in form, it is none the less menacing, and may lead to an epidemic of the worst type. Such in sub...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 27 January 1910

BKtSno PRODUCE POTATOES luiereHtiu^ Topic of" lMseusHion rfor Farmers?Al'terinatli of Oceana Meeting. ' Ba Priiice88 Anne, Va., Jan. 22.? Our farmers and truckers arc now getting themselves in readiness to plant the largest acreage of potatoes ever planted in Tidewater. The stiffening of prices all j along the line oT farm produce I stimulates the growers of all crops to increase their acreage, in a big effort to increase their output and their profit. Of late we have asked the question of many of our people as to "What it costs, one year with another, under average conditions, to place a barrel of ?/\+n In XT^tir Ar/\??lr nS + ir Wo puiavuuo in iiuu AWi iv v*v . ** v aro surprised at the answers received. No one seems to know anything definite, or if they do, I they don't tell. We know the cost of the barrel in which they are shipped; the Viost of the seed * potato; the cost to pick up; the l amount of freight, and the commission for selling, etc. In fact we know many of the items ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 27 January 1910

W W.C. T. u. COLUMN orriCBKN N % I.CM W. V. T. V. H President ?Mrs. Mlinali liobbs Day. PP Vice-Presidents.?Mm.C. W. Price, Mrs. Ola \ Turner. Mr*. J. R Shank, Mrs. E. K Moore. Mrs. II. T. Semones. Ki PllPfllnir _Sj*w* r?f u n? M /5 U* % * - oaue wvj ,?mm, v*. i. mujft. K Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. J. E. Shank. " * Treasurer.?Mrs. George 8. Stevens. Sii|M*rl??l??ii?leisfM ot? l>e|?nrf liieutN. Literature.?Mrs. Clius. Corbltt. Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. Obenebaln. Flower Mission.?Mrs. B. T. Semoues. Medal Contests.-Mrs. LucyGravely Stevens. , F i Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. G. F. 1 r Moyor. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. Medical Temperance Mrs. John Shank. 1 Scientific Temperance Instructions ? Miss I Fannie Folks. . Florence Crittenton Home?Mrs. E. R. Moore. Social Meetings and Red Letter Day.?Miss * Maggie Whltesell. I Press.? Mrs. M. H. Day. yTiiK Tmks-Kroistkr ani? Skntinki.. at * their request, has placed a column at the dis- I uosal of the earn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 27 January 1910

i in e o - - ' e ?\ PUBLISHED KVEltY THCK8I) ^Kalem Printings Publ H V MoOLUNO. Kdi bp w. w. mcclunu. itu Subscriptic B One Year, h ciine woLiiic, ..... W Six Month*, f Three Months, .... - ?PHONE Congress and Speaker Cannon t seem to be out with each other i for good. v The railroad visitors at the * White House did not make any I change in President Taft's railroad policy, judging from his recent message to Congress. Professor Lowell, a noted astronomer, declares that when 1 the world frets readv to come to an end, we will have a few ' years' warning. Can the professor tell us what good the warning will do, unless we can be put in a place of safety? ' L A Harvard professor states ! i that man has been living on the 1 I earth from sixty thousand to I one hundred thousand years. In I his evolution he has evolved to I the point where each man is 1 trying to make it more difficult 1 for his fellowman to live on the J earth. National extravagance is one of the evils working at the foun...

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