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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 13 January 1906

I i I Local and Personal j i I A. U. Dauber niacin a trip to Dallmrt, returning Monday. If you want Victor Colorado Coal call up Fowler, phone 45. tf Peter Larison, an Indian Terri tory farmer is locating a homestead near town. M. 13. Fowler has Victor Color ado Coal to sell. It's the best, tf W. A. Jackson is home again after marketing some of his fat cattle. County Assessor, Pedro Romero spent a day or two in Tucumcan this week. Edw. R. Wright, the Santa Rosa lawyer, way a guest of his Tucum cari friends, Monday. I am selling Victor Coal. Just received two cars, tl M. 13. Fowler. Frank Guitterre. is going to be gin work fixing up the streets as soon as the weather clears up. The board of county commis sioners met Monday in regular session, all the members being present. D. V. Smith and his sons came in this week from Clarendon, Texas and will take homesteads near Tucumcari. Tucumcan merchants have most of them finished stock taking, and find that they have done a very profitable b...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 13 January 1906

(Copyright. 1905, by "A feckless country," murmured Mr. McDougall, mate of the British tramp steamer Triton as he looked disparag ingly at the thickly wooded shores on oithcr side of the river and then at the white abode town about a quar ter of a mile above, "and na a Chris tian one either," he added. Thcro was reason for Mr. McDou gall's disgust for the Triton had been swinging to her anchors, in the little Centraj American harbor for five days with a prospect of so swinging for fifty days more. The motive power of the steamer was represented by Mr. Daniel Watts, at the time being j both first and second engineer, for j the second engineer had been left , sick in hospital at Maracaibo, and , Mr. Watts was not at his post. The Triton had entered the port for the purpose of making some ropatrs to her machinery and when Mr. Watts j had accomplished tnis he went ashoro. There he filled himself with the most villainous nguadiento and smote on the head a peaceable citizen, so that his l...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 13 January 1906

Denver Direetory HOSPITALS CROWDED MAJORITY OMMTIEHTS WOMEH Htb. Plnkham's Advlco Saves Many From this Sad and Costly Exportation. It is a sad but -1 M .. y OBI true fact that e very year ABOUT THE BEGINNER By EARL M. PRATT Ho cnme Into the woods with a ling of potatoes and garden seeds ou Ills back, an axe In one hand, a gun in th other, determination In his mus cles, and good judgment In Ills head. Cutting down trees in a way to have them fall across one Another lor burn ing, some land was cleared and vege tables started. Fish were caught and gamo was shot, and a homo was started. The skins of wild animals were traded for meal and salt, and step by step the beginner accumulated tools, grains, clothing and buifilings. Some claim that the motion of the human hand is the sourco of wealth, but It la only a changer of one form of wealth Into Another form. You can see how a poor man could walk into a financially panlc-strickeu city, where thousands of workers wore Idle, and by a willing...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 13 January 1906

COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS Rutfular Session, July 3. 1005 TlSI'RITOUY OK NliW MhSU , ss County ok Quay. The Honorable Board of County Com missioners was called to order in regular session; present S. K. Ilendren, Chairman, and Commissioner Pablo Madina. Uj.on motion of Commissioner Medina the Hon orable Hard of County Commissioners resolved into a Hoard of Kqualization. Now comes Medina, Tofoya, and requests that the assessment of ,ooo head of sheep levied by the Honorable Hoard of Penal ization at their June meeting to Nicnnor Tofoya and Hro., being erroneous, be re bated, being that said linn ot Nicanor To foya & Hrother does not own any sheep in Quay County or elsewhere, After consul ering said petition Commissioner Medina made a motion that said levy be rebated, seconded by Commissioner Ilendren and carried. Now comes V. J. Ilittsonind petitions the Honorable Hoard that th assessment of the Ilorstishoe Cattle Co., be rebated (Jio.ooo) Ten thousand Hollars from the rendition ...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 13 January 1906

J. A. STREET, 41 to Allftlft L?f 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 I'KANK P. IIARMAN, Pres't. The First National Bank OF TUCUMCARI. Jj General Banking Business Transacted. 49 41 X 41 I 41 X TUCUMCARI, 9 41 LIVERY AND SALE STABLE. STREET & BAKER. 1 r ' . .1 : uuua ivies ana Teams and drivers to all points in the country, furnished on short notice. HAY AND GRAIN. FURNITURE X CHAIRS j AND ROCKERS 7777777777777777777777777777777777777777777777777777 $ High Gra.de Herefords. ji jj s For the ni't 30 days I will offer for sale fifteen head of full S s blood Hertford Hulls 5 to 7 months old. Price per head 25.00 s ; s Also 50 head of high bred full blood Hereford Cows 3 to 6 s s years old, in call by registered bulls Lord Wilton and s Anxiety bloods, for sale. S. J. SLANE, - - Tucumcari, N. M. I This is S. C. Pandolfos I I HOME. : I 1 tie is identified with the town in many ways. I I Give Him Your Insurance, I I Because He Has the Best. I b X h W. I'. HUCIIANAN. ClJcr. bh I to to x t b t...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 13 January 1906

1" What Hurts Worst j ) A ninn onco called me a terrible name, And uttered u fearful curse; And 1 cannot say It. fur very shamo To blacken therewith my vetse. The curse It stuns Hfu a withering' flame. Hut the shame of the immo was worse! On tho flro of my rape like n wind It blow, As n-ily a foul name can; Ami my smoldcrinp hatred lived anew As straight at his throat I ran And may nobody ever do to you What I did to that wretched man! But still for peace I may vainly call, As the souls In torment do, I'nr tho blight remains, and as bitter ni pall Is the thought that pierces mo throiiKh "Ho Is dead and dono for pood and all, Hut the name that hu ii.iiiud wi true." Cleveland Leader, (Copyright 1005 by Dally Story Pub. Co.) "Are yon sure you don't want one of us to stay with you, Gwen?" asked Lily Marsh, anxiously, "I'm sure I should be frightened stiff nt tho Idea of staying here alone all night." "Nonsense!" declared Gwen. "why should anyone be afraid? The house lis burglar-proof fa...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 13 January 1906

The Delinquent Tax List. (Continued from pago four.) 8,9,10 20' 1 39 07 60 2 iG 4 22 47 03 20 70 I, a, 3, 4 20 1 85 og Go 7. 54 7 2G 17 03 20 70 G 28 93 05 20 r 18 II, 12 29 1 85 09 40 2 34 5,G 32 1 85 og 40 2 34 9 30 93 05 20 1 18 5,G 37 1 85 08 40 2 34 3.4 5o 93 05 40 1 3 3.4 44 93 t5 4 ' 3 Buchanan Addition 314 1 93 05 40 1 38 9,10 1 93 05 40 1 38 4.5 2 93 05 40 1 38 7,G,io 2 1 39 07 Go 2 oG 11,12 2 93 05 40 1 38 '.2,3,9 3 1 85 09 80 2 74 3.5.".7 4 1 5 09 Ho 2 74 8,12,12 4 1 39 07 Go 2 oG 4.5.6.7 5 1 85 08 80 2 74 8 .'9, 10, 11,12 5 2 32 12 1 00 3 44 1,2,3 G 1 39 07 Go 2 06 5.,7,8,9 G 2 32 12 1 00 2 oG Plkcinct No. 2. Abuytn, Melquiades, personal property, horses and sheep, taxes 1 78, penalty 09, costs 35, total 2 22. Carmack, C G, personal property, horses and cattle, taxes 9 57, penalty 48, costs 36 total 10 40. Santiago Garcia y Hcrrcra, S2 of 1104 of SC4, sec 31, twp 9 n, r 32 e, taxes 304 penalty 15, costs 35, total 3 54. Maywald, Mrs M L, personal property horses and cattl...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 13 January 1906

The great Lovo that was not for her I'Uhseu on, nor paused to sco Tlie wistful eyes, the hands' vogue stir, The mouth'a muto misery. Tho littlo Love sho recked not of Crept closer, hit by bit, Until for very Inck of lovo Sho smiled and welcomed it. Not hers to choose, to weigh and part Tho Breaker from tho less; She only strove to Jill a heart That ached with emptiness. -Thcodosla Garrison In tho Smart Set. & ' "J" (Copyright 1005 by Dally Story Pub. Co.) "Llfo has mysteries that science cannot account for," observed tho doctor as he put down his scalpel, "and yesterday one of them startled me. I was summoned to attend a young lady suffering from nervous shock and I heard of a startling ex perience of hers that Is as strange as one of Foe's wildest stories. "A few days ago this young lady was In a neighboring city, on a visit to a former schoolmate of hers who is now happily married. On tho night of her arrival, sho retired shortly after 11 o'clock and speedily fell into a deep ...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 13 January 1906

Pilgrims at Poet's Home Travelers Ttri to Birthp'ace of Scotia's Bard as to a Holy Spot (Special Correspondence. ) It was wilh eager Interest that n sunburned AuHtralian, n bonnio Scotch hissio, and a "nutmeg" Yankee, form ed a triangular party from the smoky flipping port of Glasgow. A com mon H.vmpathy and appreciation drew its to tho home of Scotia'K hard. The wild poppies nodded approval, and that, "wee, modest, crimson-tipped Ilowor" which dots the Scottish holds smiled in sympathy upon our pll primage. Leaving (he hroad fields, wo skirted tho open sea. which glim mered in tho sunshine, and a mound, immortalized by tho poet, towered be fore us. In tho distance it. seemed a huge haystack, its coni'-al structure lislng boldly from tho water. We recognized in t'.ie stern outlines Ailsa Craig, tho island famed in verse, and familiarly known as "Paddy's Mile stone." The wild birds nestle here, and a gunshot near shore would tslartlo multitudes of timid creatures whoso rookeries are ...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 13 January 1906

4 -V-- , lucumcari Laundry x t . . . . ' '. '! Jl ,''' ' N .,, t4 t ' ' V'"'' ) D : Iti?. Wioqueirt U List. ; (sty Nil pot KJMfORTAiBLE LW CM VJIMC 2 I i Treatment Good, Good Wines, ; Licguors aaad Gtgars : LAMGA.K, - Proprieiw t 5- A 5" 5-. 5: 5i t Z. A A. B. DAUBER, . . PROP. j 0 White Elephant Saloon. X Kentucky Whiskies, TRY THEM. ' ft ' , 1 ' I- -I I I'. ,! ; . n t " 4 ' ; h, TUCUMCARI Water, Ice I Power Co Evtry tnltr prill t citizen should patronise Ji Iwal in-du&fry or enlerpritf: .nr.fc WK ARK HKKK TO STAY. AS I) SOLICIT Of'JV JVfNONAOK. .' J' ' ! J.', ' J. ' ' Jl.J.. .X THE PUZA HOTEL MORGAN GRUBBS, PROPh. Newly Renovated and Refurnished f Mli ONLY PIRS T CLASS ROOMS IN THE CITY. PATRONISED Br THOSE WHO KNOW. I'll' The Cash Store, The IMacu lo Buy your Staple I Fancy Groceries. Wr l.il(c your onli-r- ;inl i i i ; i l j ron i j t lli vi-ry. . . . 0111. PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT. wi w set " ' - ' ' t - ! ' : t .'. !.(. J ' ' ' . ivt ai w 0". t im : ivuc : an 5a ICTp r: f ;...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 20 January 1906

She ffueumeari ZNews Volume i. No. 13. TUCUHCARI, NOW MEXICO, SATURDAY. JAN. 20, 1906. Subscription $1.50 a year. Will Try For Agricultural Experi ment Station. The Commercial Club li e I d a a meeting Tuesday evening lor l he purpose of discussing the feasibil ity of an agricultural experiment station in Ouay county. A com mittee consisting of C. C. David son, W. F. Buchanan, M . C . Meclicm and Col. T. W. Neman, was appointed to lake the matter up with the proper authorities im mediately. The object is to g'e t thts government to help our people to ascertain the variety of agricult ural products that are best adapt ed to this climate and to try to get the farmers to plant and cultivate that which promises the greatest yield and the most money per acre. The Commercial Club has done a great deal for the county already, in helping to locate immigrants and to aid in anv way possible th prospective settler coming to Quay county, but this is the most impor tant step yet taken, and if th...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 20 January 1906

'PUN MUTr.rTtm i tt vnum 1 11 Li 1UI;U ilLWUl L 1 Fj O TUCUMCARI - NEW MEXICO. The divinity that doth hedge a king didn't keep King Edward from the pain and inconvenience of a sprJn ed ankle. Small diamonds are in fashion this season. Hubby hasn't much money left after laying In his supply of black diamonds. New York's 400 has been reduced to 79, leaving 321 persons whoso sole claim to soclnl fame is that they are In the has been class. It Isn't the opportunities you miss that work you harm half so much as It Is the opportunities ir.c other fel low grasps ahead of you. Son, ambition never yet took the place of Industry. Ambition Is merely the spyglass that lets you see the point to which you must climb. Japanese counterfeiters in Hawaii are turning out American money, and there is reason to suspect the copy Is more artistic than the original. A Judge has decided that a man who has got drunk every Sunday for years Is not an habitual drunkard. Just sot In his ways, that's all. 1 The a...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 20 January 1906

ON THE ENGINEER'S LAST RUN HIb 8tory of How Ho Lived Hlo Life All Over in a Flash. "Drowning is not the only experi ence that causes a man lo road his own biography in tho flash of a sec ond," said P. C. Roberts, a locoraotivo engineer. "I was running on the passenger trains between Atlanta and Macon several years ago, and 1 was to meet tho north-bound train at a certain sta tion on tho road. Well, It was all ray fault. I hadn't slept any for five nights, and tho only rest I had was In my cab. Tho last stop that wo made beforo this experience of which I spealc tho flroman had to wake me up when tho signal to go ahead was received. I had gone to sloop in my cab. "As we approached tho next station tho cductor may have signaled me, as hi jlaimed ho did, but we dashed through tho town at about forty miles an hour beforo I heard tho down brakes signal. Tho minute I heard it I saw tho headlight of tho north bound train, less than 300 yards away, coming around a curve. I threw on tho air b...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 20 January 1906

DELINQUENT TAX LIST Quay Countv, Nhw Mhxico. And Notico of Application (or Judgment and Sale Under Judgment for the First Half of Year 1905. In accordance with Chapter Twenty-two of the Laws of the Thirty-third Legislative Assembly of the Territory of New Mexico and amendments thereto, I, Donald Stew art, Treasurer and cx-officio Collector of the County of Quay, in the Territory of New Mexico, do hereby make, certify and publish the following notice and list of taxes amounting to not less than $ .15.00, payable in said County, and delinquent on the 1st day of January, 190G, the. same be ing hereafter set forth by precincts and con taining the names f all owners of property upon which taxes have become delinquent, the year or years for which the same arc delinquent, the amount of taxes, the pen alties and costs, the description of the property whereon the same are due, the amount of taxes if any due on personal property of such party. This list and notice was not made and published w...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 20 January 1906

i 4? 49 bb - LOCAL NEWS. ( 49 49 4? 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 : i & I RANK P. IIAIVMAN, Pre.'t. W. Is. BUCHANAN. Cashier. ill The First National Bank 8 OF TUCUMCARI. bb I General Banking Business Transacted, 1 jj ; hh TUCUMCARI, - - N. M. 1 LIVERY AND SALE STABLE. STREET & BAKER. 5 T Good Rigs and Teams and drivers to all points in the country, j furnished on short notice. HAY AND GRAIN. Main St. Phone 42. ? ! FURNITURE SOME SPECIALTIES FOR THE MONTH CHAIRS BARNES & Butters In Membership Card Transferable . person readiiif I his card tion butt into the Lobb Ha toon 11 ines. Liquors and Clfjurs. HENRY & CO., Tucumcari, N.M. This is S. C. Pandolfo's ezlH0ME. -----He is identified with the town in many ways. Give Him Your Insurance, Because He Has the Best. bb bb bb Good Horses, JSC $ Linoleum, Art Squares, Rugs, Window Shades, Baby Carriages, matting RANKIN, Tutlimcari, N. M. UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALWIERS. Season 1906 man uithoul doubt or hesita and sample...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 20 January 1906

i mil Har'Vejt Song On the wide gold-burnished Holds Molts the summrr's ore. And the autumn's glory yields lmmemorlnl lore; Deathless cycles of tho year Whirl the seasons round. Whether human hearts ho here. Or beneath the ground. Grapes are purpling In peace. As of yore they hung In the vineyards of old Greece, When the world was young; Apples of Hesperldes . In the orchards gleam, To entice some Hercules Of poetic dream. So tho tide of life endures Waxes wanes and falls. While earth's mystery Immures Souls In mortal walls; Still to Joy my heart wilt cling, What though winter come. I lmve heard tho throstle sing. And tho brown bees hum. Kdward O. Jackson. i ILL-, (Coryrlght, 1S05, by Dally Story Pub. Co Mary was a great girl. Her friends usually described her In this manner, not referring especially to goodness or cleverness, only to bulk. She was tall, just over the mark of six feet, and j generously built, with broad shoulders, full bust and rounded hips. Mary was not handsome, o...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 20 January 1906

HARD TO PHOTOGRAPH DEAF. The Incubatof. The use of incubators In the hatch ing of chickens Is not now to tho world. For hundreds of yenrs tho Chinese have been hatching chickens artificially and some of them make a business of that work. In Egypt also "hatching ovens" are common, and It is probable that all the country be tween China and Egypt is tho scene of more or less work of this kind. It Is not improbable that tho first men that made Incubators got their ideas from vthesc old countries, as men have been journeying to those countries for centuries. Some of the travelers must have reported what they had seen. Tho incubator, as we call it, is one of tho greatest helps a fanner can have in tho raising of chickens. Tho modern Incubator is far superior to tho "oven" of Egypt or tho "hatching house" of tho Chinaman. In those cases tho hatching is a trade and tho small farmer cannot afford to go into It on a small scale. In this country a farmer can buy an incubator of any size desire...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 20 January 1906

COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS Regular Session, July 3, 1005' Territory ok New Mkxico, I County of Quay, j" " The Honorable Hoard of County Com missioners was called to order in regular session; present S. K. Hendren, Chairman, and Commissioner Pablo Madina. Upon motion of Commissioner Medina the Hon orable Board of County Commissioners resolved into a Board of Equalization. Now comes Medina, Tofoya, and requests that the assessment of .ooo head of sheep levied by the Honorable Board of Equal ization at their June meeting to Nicanor Tofoya and Bro., being erroneous, be re bated, being that said firm ol Nicanor To foya & Brother does not own any sheep in Quay County or elsewhere, After consid ering said petition Commissioner Medina made a motion that said levy be rebated, seconded by Commissioner Hendren and carried. Now comes W. J. Hittson and petitions the Honorable Board that the assessment of the Horseshoe Cattle Co., be rebated ($10,000) Ten thousand Dollars from the rendition o...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 20 January 1906

A Snrcantic Inncrlptlon. "In Now York," said an autlior, "there Ih a rich innn whose hobby Is autograph editions of hooka. Ills II hrary is really reniarkahle. Take up in It a volume of Swinburne, of Kos Hettl, of (iiiy tie Maupassant, of Kip ling, of Ueorgc (Jisslng, of Tolstoi, of lJuudet. of any modern writer almost, and you tlnd on the lly leaf an interest lug and affectionate letter from the author to this man. "Very valuable those autographs must he, and very extensive must he the New Yorker's acquaintance with the best writers of the age. Yet there are some who sneer at his autograph editions, claiming to detect an amazing Hlmtlarity In the handwriting or the dedicatory notes. "One night there was a party In the Now York man's house. Among the guestB was an actor who Is very skeptical about the authenticity of the wonderful autographs. To him the host showed a new copy of Chaucer that he had recently bought, and the actor, when no one was looking, wrote on the hook's lly leaf...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 20 January 1906

The Tucumcari News Published Saturdays By S. R. May at Tucumcan New Mexico Official Paper, Quay County. Subscription, Si. 50 the Year Application for trimmion through U. S. Mjil. as sccond-cbsi Mail Mjller. nude through the Tuciimcjri pojl-oflice. TucutiKJri. N. M. How JaM 11 ! Settle ((iinrrolN. The Javnueso manner of suttlinn quarrels is quite original. When uue man lia.s offended another the injured party jrlves notli-o that lie is unry by drawing hi the sand before the door of the offender a eirele with a straight line across it, iudicatiuu that ids af fection, which would have been eter nal, has been out In two. Friends of both parties then shut them up. They r.arley awhile, then pretend to be born again, prattl" as little children and Haul ly as men become reconciled and em brace. Should one be refractory and refuse to be conciliated lie is ostracized by the community so effectually that he is soon brought to terms. It is just possible that our enlightened citizens might cons'...

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