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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 23 January 1897

GENERAL MARKET. IPR'OVISIONS. Bacon. 5 1-4(", Dry salt meati, steady, at, 4 7-80, Breakiflist l 'aeol, 9(e'. lHalns-('hoice, sugar cured 11' Lird -c(o1rdllun1 d 4 43-4e: pure; 5 3-4 c. B RFA I)ST 1U FFA. .Flour-Bt'st i)atc'nt. i5; half patent or straight, 44.75; extra fatey, 44.60. sacks, 10c less. Crackers-A 1I C sodla crackers are quoted at 5 1-2c; cleam, 8e. by the. lot.. Rice-New Louisiina. 3 1-2a4 -2e. COFFEE ANC TEA. Coffee ea-'; fair. 16 1-2;: tlleditu grade; 18 1-2e; better. 20a21 1-4e, Tea--Good stock oil hand, fair de mand; fa'r at 253: good, 40a50c: 'ill. 7,ia 850; finest, l1,00l.t1.3' per' lb by the chest. SUGAIA AND MOLASSES. Sugar--Standard granulated, 4 5-S.; s:t. Emma gralnn': t1te0. 5 1-3: snlow whitt., 43-Se; choiee yellow claritid. --c; ir)iitne yellow clarilid, 4 l-4c secounds, 40. Molasses-Cornmron, 18a25&. prime openl kettle, 38:; choice reboiled. Iinone. Eseulent s. Onions, liew, 76c It llbusl!. Beans, navy, 3a3 1-2n lper lb, Irish potitoes, new 50eY per...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 23 January 1897

The Progress. Published Every Satnrday. ..... _ --------------- - _--d i -r C. D. HICKS . - - - - Editor Entered in the Postoffice at Shreveport as . Second-class Mail Matter. OFFICE--205 Milam Street, between Mar ket and Spring Streets. SUBSCRIPTION PRICES. One Year....................One Dollar Six Months .............Sixty-five Cents Three Months......... Twenty-five Cents Official Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Alliance. S HREvrORT, LA., - - JANUARY 23, 1897 OUR MAYOR AND COUNCIL. t The Progress is on doubtful E grou ad now. It usually understands the foundation beneath it. and C t'hinks it does now; but of late E th'er has been a mooted question as ti to whether or not Shreveport has a m City Council. Some people, they c are numerous too, since the ad- v iourned meeting of last week, be- E gin to suspect that Mr. McKellar is mayor and council. Of ourse The Progress feels it knows etter, but it could never have the ~ eart to criticise a people for ex ressing an opinion on circum...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 23 January 1897

The 1ogrss. " [ent r a v LA., - JANUARY 23, 1897 |cp an nVEPORT, LA . .... Shi GAGED WAljt]lERSS" cruelty tc, A banquet waf given at Tilly's The Dce Cafe TucsdcY evening in honor of get active Ieon. Benston Millin, by friends time. au and.meirntr here. The Spread Reorem was gotte) up 1,y- Signor N. Ca- mittee of milla, and was somthig elegant nt i'clock. indeed. Cl The base ball nm," ement is pro- Cards grossing nicely. Our town will be coming r in it when the sec.ason is fully on. Casey ar Mr. E. C. Lamb(c`t, of Keachie, aid. Th was a welcome caller at our otlice plan,': on last week. Thec Pro A gentleman as around We- receipt c nesday telling abo.u the man who renip was holding the hci) f' r th: c:' - Al(iex ian eyed man to hit. Ic w.as up)prs- nesday sod. around Mr. Chas. Wagner, one of the is lwa: new patrolmen, has been busy The ma since his appointmfelt chasing Shrevel tramps out of the 6th Ward. the s:aci Just take a peep at Texas even- 1vhich I e after a rain. 1\V i ' If y...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 23 January 1897

The Progress. BHRBEVPOBT, LA., - JANUARY 23, 1897 CAGED WRA1DERERS. Some folks liked Cissy, some didn't. Balmy air and sunshine Sunday and Monday, sleet Tuesday. How's this. for a combination? Another new house going up on Texas avenue. This is being built by Mr. G. B. Oliver. Lumber is on the ground to re build the houses recently burned on Crocket street. The numerous compliments The 1Progress has received on its latest enterprise almost causes the entire orce to blush-selah. Hon. .Charles Schuler was a wel ome caller at our office Wednes Mr. T. W. Holmes, of Curtis, d our office a pleasant call Tues y. Reliable R. W. George, of Ward gave us a handshake Saturday. ur town clock. What's the tter with it? Does it get on a der every once and awhile, or t the same old drunk? there a druggist in Shreveport still sells lottery tickets? The as has heard so. he motorneer of car No. 7, on Belt Line, should be taught his es. He needs taking down a or two. ard 2, this parish, went dry n this ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 23 January 1897

The Secret Societies. I ,De Room--In third -try. Scott building, I t Market street-As - ;.sion Conmannlclery, mN,.';, meets first Mon di in each month at S&'c!ock from October A oot to April, and 7:30 from A;ril to call off. '. B. CHASE, E. C. L. C. ALLEN, Fec. IShreveporit Reoal Arch Chapltcr No. 10 mncets ` seconld MIontday in each month at s:iIame hours as Asceniioni Couimntande rv. L. E. ''i o:oJS, SS" i. : ATioN, Secretalry, Shreveport Lodge No. 115, F. and A. M. meets first and third Thurs- 1--2 days of each month at same hours J. D. \AGNEIR, 1. A*. J. D. JENKINS, Sec. Caddo Lodge No. 179, F. and A. M. meets "first and third Saturda.s of each month i t same hours. L. E. THO.AS, W. MI. H.B. B. HEARNE, Sec. SIDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. SOdd Fellows Hall-Third story Scott building, cor ner Market and Texas St. Neith Lodge No. 21 meets every Wednesday evenilln at 7 o'clock from April to October and 8 o'clock from October to 5April. F. W. BOWERS,, N.. G. S.E. J. KASSEL, S...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 23 January 1897

MOUNTAIN HEIGHTS. it Gen THEY ARE OBSTACLES IN THE WAY fort. OF CHRISTIAN PROGRESS. Z -Ti But Rev. Dr. Talmage Shows How They eart May Be Torn Down and Put Out of the Slght Forever-A Sermon of Sublime gauouragement. God livi' WASHIsNGTON, Jan. 17.-In the presi- cree dent's church and before an audience in his which were prominent senators and mem hers of the house of representatives and g people of all L-.tionalities this discourse of "a sublime encouragement was delivered. Dr. tso Talmage's subject was "Storming the in Heights" and his text Zechariah iv, 7: re "Who art thou, O great mountain? Be- he 1 fore Zerubbabel thou shalt become a Bit plain." in Zerubbabell Who owned that difficult fr sme In which three times the letter "b" wri disposing most people to stammer of the pronunciation? Zerubbabel was the Th endid jman called to rebuild the de- ant yed temple of Jerusalem. Stone for w building had been quarried, and the the owel had rung at the laying of the oor- tn tone, and all...

Publication Title: Progress, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 23 January 1897

all af-vaie, :i1C i 1. t Ily I 1i ItI ti bl moment just lit rny lips and express 1be triumph of my si;u, aou I cry out: ''ho de art thou, O g:eat ,our:,taiun? Iefore Ze- t robbabel thou shalt Icc:Oi a plain." as Use for %hovl.is. My experiences with the shovel are that dr you cannot do much by On0e push of that , Implement, and that a:fter you have becu de digging with it aon L:or what you have o accomplished seens very little, but ju t be go along by the place where they are build- so ing a railroad throungh a mountain nd er see what a great work 1,000 -;hovels can (o ci and know that while there are 1,000 sho- th els at work on this side of the mountain ea there are 1,000 busy on the other side, and so all I have to do is to manage my own par- n ticular shovel. It cheers me to think that is against this old mountain of sin there are T. hundreds of thousands and millions of bhovels this moment busy, and we are all to at work under the one engineer who came ly down from his throne i...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 23 January 1897

POLICE JURY PROCEEI)INGS. c The police jury of Caddo parish met C in regular session Thursday January d 14th, P. Youree presiding, and the fol lowing members present: W. R. Brad ford. J. M. Foster, J. M. Hoss, H. H. b Huckabay, P. P. Keith, G. W. Musser, J. S. Noel, A. Querbes, E. C. Robinson, t and Win. Winter. Minutes of last meet ing read and on motion approved. f The W. I. Dowden matter was con tinued. Messrs. Keith. Huckabay and Querbes, committee on maps, reported and granted further time. The commu nicaltion of Major DeVoe was referred to said committee. The committee to confer with Judge Land 4n regard to working of prisoners on public roads, etc.. reported and pre sented the following ordinance, which was unanimously adopted: AN ORDINANCE t Providing for the Working of Convicts t Sentenced to Imprisonment in Jail 1 Levees, Public Farm, or other Public I Works in the Parish of Caddo, Pur- a suant to Act No. 29, of 1894: C Section 1-Be it ordained by the police 2 jury of the ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 23 January 1897

No girl who to -- Li ,. 1.,t 1 wird il a divided biryc .-::t w-n ; fr-r (T day will return to It ' . ,1 ,.:: ! I,,"ong skirt that imp. , I: r ii: a t:n, s sit chills her rl:n . Th, divi,-,- .kirt has the "yeas" by a it: it ll ajority, ianid she will cast abo-ut to S. t how !ie can rake the rrtt it-rt divided shirt she kiorws how. Tht re are divided skirts and divided skirts. you know, and there isa wide difference iin kind. A new bicycle- ctc-tnl e is made of heavy Scotch c vi oet in a small, irregu lar brown -a, 1::n check. The skirt is a well hangiy dil iht skirt, reaching to she shoe to ',:, vi!h two Lroad box plaits at the back :rd fi:,ir that are so full that ore u -.'r sosap ^t:. the a4 i at all The jacket is a short, sung garment, cut in an irregular way at the front to abow quite an expanse of the brown lin en blouse front. A broad white braid .follows the edge of 1 he jacket, and at the back seam of th: sleevo the braiding is quite elaborate. A dark brown suede belt and ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 23 January 1897

Ir THE SADDLE. Sew It peels to Ride a Race Horsc al Record Pace. William Hayward, a veterap Jookey, who now a trainer, was reoentl asked, "How does it feel to ride a raoe horse at record mss. "Well," said he, "if you know how to side it's very exhilarating, but if you don't hnow how it is anything but pleasant, as Sthat boy evidently thinks now. If you ride with your head down-that is to say, icant slightly, so that the wind does not beat right ot ypur faoe-you can breathe easily. Sut you hold your mouth wide open and let the air beat right in your face, then you Will have great diffloulty in breathing, and i-f the race is a long one you will become exhausted by the end of the ride. A mile cace on a good horse is run in about 1:40 that is the near record made in a race. It has been made in 1:893, but that was on " prepared track. A mile in 1:40 is at the late of 80 miles an hotl; so, you see, a raSo horse travels at express speed. "If you want to ree how it feels to go through the a...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 23 January 1897

E BROS., Livery, ,1 ~n1 Fela STABLES hAD TILE PENS. Shreveport Transfer Co., 700, 702. 701, 706 and 703 Texas St., Cor. Louisiana. Our Facilities are Unsurpassed for any Business offered in our Line. We also have a large Lot of HIorses and Vehicles tnat we Sell at a IU r ai,. 0 A. ALSTON, And Ceneral - - Storage  Warehouse Business. Liberal Cash Advancrements on Consignments. Office and Warehouse corner Crockett and Sprint streets, Sh:reveport, La. COTTON BRO KER, 41,5A() DEALER Bies, Wool, Be8swax, Tallow, Fr., Etc. 700. 702. 704. 706 COMMERCE ST.. COR. CROCKETT ST. Iuarantee to the sell-er ie net urice obtained in Vicksburg, St. Louis, New Orleans, Galveston and Houston Markets. Prompt returns made on receipt o; shipments. I solicit the consignment of COTTON & ALL GOODS IN MY LINE. THE alMON OIL COMPANY'S "HAMILTON MILLS." r MANUFACTURERS OF i tton Seed rrDucts, Ostt, Brn, lie, 8hUll, in:ers. The Ilighet iMarket I'ric paid f,i r Cottn seI atall times. C'orrespondence solic...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 23 January 1897

Epworth League F~ntertainmnent. The Epworth League of the First Methodist church will give an en- t tertainment at Prof. Spencer's col- o lege building, Y. M. C. A. hall, on Monday, a week hence, at 8 o'clock a p. m. They have engaged the Hemphill Quartette, of Sherman, Texas, which have quite an ex tended reputation as vocalists. Dr. S. H. Hicks, the president of the League, is personally acquaint ed with Mr. W. A. Hemphill, the leader, has heard him sing and speaks in high terms of his vocal powers and richness and cultiva tion of his voice. Mr. H. L. Piner is not only a fine first bass per former, but is likewise an ex cellent elocutionists. This entertainment promises to I be highly pleasing and entertain ing. For the Old and Young. There's no place like home, so patronize a home company, and have your pictures enlarged by :he Brice Portrait Company, made in ay style known to the art. Satisfaction guaranteed. No. 625 Texas Street. Next to Downs & Newman's Mar ble Works. jan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 30 January 1897

The Progress. 5S-.o. 50. SHREVEPORT. LA., January 30, 1897. Price 5 Cents that Billy Mason had capTE EI)ITORS TALK. .----- -" ...  .... + ... ln. wh t p tat BllyMa~son had capturedTlEbIT)KTI,. TA!T .ATIONAL M ATTHRSI. i was sentur in turn Chairm Sashington Reporter Was Quite tee onl tee on -" Active This Week. it read test sa3 Oorrespondence. will n sigton, Jan. 27th, 1897.- made Allen thinks there is which in the bid which has been ed all to the government for the and cle Pacific Railroads than ap- States in the official statement of negoti General Harmon con- the bi the foreclosure proceeding very r that road. That is why he issu the resolution, which was have by the Senate, directing tain. rney General to inform the hot whether he had made any be mc wth whatis commonly known bill, I reorganization committee of has o Union Pacific Railroad re- killec the foreclosure of the gov lein thereon, together Cii the amount that the said com- been is to bid in the event of the will ] He...

Publication Title: Progress, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 30 January 1897

The Progress. amuvweor, LA.. - JANUARY 30. 1807 CRGED WINDERERS. It is Miss Bernie Booher, not Miss Bernice Barber, who is in the money order department of the postofice. She is, however, the same eflicient clerk that The Prog ress said Miss Barber was. T ickets for the Epworth League entertainment are on sale at all the fdrug stores. :Come off the perch! This ap q Le to all who are on. Tuesday and Wednesday-Hur Sak for Christmas, mardi-gras and SBI 4th of July. ~ Five houses were burned on Mar ahall street Monday night. A -tough time for such an occurrence. ' Well, yes; we have a weakness pr Shreveport and her interests. Weoh the immigration movement ;it i a mighty good thing. Shreveport can have that basket ry if she will. There's big ifor a mighty little money in West Shreveport is just a boom Let her go, Gallagher! Our most worthy friend, Mr. L. Haers", of Plain Dealing, paid, Satee an apprei-ated call Fri ,-he is ever welcome. me, oh my," but wasn't that asda and frizzen chang...

Publication Title: Progress, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 30 January 1897

that time ca £whom I knc blow or a Gleaning O Misses Sew The Socal& World. Ogilvie and _ .... O E Crangle an, Msin SADIE BEJACK, EDrroR. The Hyp A:other enjoyable german was given at Mrs. H. Fl Commercial Club on Tuesday evening Jan. 23d. Teay 26th. There were about ten Miss Ro 5 in attendance and quite a number Mained her sg A majorit-y of gentlemen at a eaed her p~romotes more popularity among Mrs. Ste ar sex. One of the gentlemen sug-with La G quite a u"nique figure danced in withLa C i Mr. F. ooley led with Miss Mr. H. i r Vance. Other couples were: business 1 .,i-Bessie Ogilvie and J. Prudhomme, Mr. H. i:.inSie Ford and Mr. Fagan, Miss S. our city t es dic and E. Jacobs, Miss J. Rogers Miss Ai  Stevenson, Miss H. Chas and Dr. from Ale: r, Miss M. Alcott and J. Parish 1ý M. Bourq-in and W. Young, Miss booth and W. Dalell. The gentlemen t escorts were Messrs. Ned Pole- Durit Mr. Shipley, of Texas, S Williams, u W J*rd and others. Mrs. Vance was general and be Clb. thoroul...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 30 January 1897

The Progress. ÷: ' : Published Every Satnrday. HICKS - - - - - - - - Editor in the Postoffce at Shreveport as ,~Second-olass Mail Matter. 205 Milam Street, between Mar ' ket and Spring Streets. ;BSBCEIPTION PRICES. .......................One Dollar . ..............Sixty-fve Cents Months e.......Twenty-five Cents Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Alliance. - , LA., - - JeraºY 8o, 1897 -honest man is, morally, er's keeper. Hanna is a better man Tover Cleveland. cal entrigue and political the curse of our State. ,fan-be trusted who will . fellow man, even in the canines howled re that stone was thrown; oular. t comes that the Macco Alntonio and a brother, sly cruel persons. ed people, with their on a righteous complish anything. honest people of this sorry if Grover Cleve die? :arents, of' Louisiana ofitheir boys, rather or e oof a crime ttied, is even worse berate actor therein, ashington would feel d of this conutry pd. appear and note n' Conttitutlonal we havo one free ousngs of poli...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 30 January 1897

G ENERAL MARKET. PROVISIONS. - .soon 5 1-4c, ,ry. salt ,mcati, steady, at 4 7-8c, llreakfast bacon, 9c. itrn5s-Choice, sugar ' ured 110 rd--compunud 4 3-4c, pure; 5 3-4c. BRFADST U FFS. Flour--Best patent. 05; half patentor irigbt, 4.75; rztra fancy, 4,60. (lolimeal, *1.75  er bbl 381-2 pound c-aokers5, B C soda crackers are quoted a 5-2c; cream 8c by the lot. RUesNew Louisiana. 3 1-2a4 1-2c. COFFEE ANC TEA. Coffee easy; fair, 16 -2c; medium grde1 i; 1-2c; better. 20a2t 1-4lc Te. --ood stock oun hand. fair de \Cd; fair at 25: good, 40a.50cs; ue. 75a S5Sf finest, 1,00al.i. per lb by te chest. SUGAR AND MOLASSES. : agar-Standard granulated, 4 5-8v; St. linola granuated. 5 1-Sc snow white, . 43Sc; coice yellow claritld. -c; prime r. -yelllow claritl , 4 1-40 seconds, 40. : Mol as.es-CommnuU., 18a25c. prime open title, 88e; choice reboiled. inone. Esculents. ' Onions, new. 76c a bushel. lB: eaus. navy, 3a3 1-22c per lb, SIrish potatoes, new 50c per bushe l. ..Cabbage. $. Kraut, 2*.85...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 30 January 1897

SOUL RECOGNITION. SDR. TALMAGE SAYS WE SHALL KNOW EACH OTHER. Ta kes then Thory out of the Realm f peulnation and Barmpe .ad Carries ;l, to the RBegio of Po.ltitv Certainty. A.1seus aOth. > Triw otus, Jan. S4.-Dr. Talmage for a few days preaching and leo ~iin Chicagd, Minneapolls and St. 4l ipd, his sermon is on a.$semne whiob sel-abeorbingly interest al:..who read it. i ,pwii tUbs week to Washington. The a ":'~HIve#yl ReoOgnition," and I iamul sl-t d8, "I shall go to is a very sdok child In the abode tb king. .Disease, whoih stalks .d*.ark Dlane of tl poor and puts its bg hand on lip and nottrit of the and wasted, also mountq the palace and bending over the pillow blows b. face of a young piince the frost. Sand death. Tears are wine to the of terrors. Alas for David the king. ii f'eithor sleep nor eat and lies pros o his face weeping and walling un lace rings with the outcry of woe. Sar eoartly attendants, or viotori fles, or eonquered provincesi under mteaspstonhe What to an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 30 January 1897

ill, and one Sabbath 900 wallng te Sup at the Christian altar es- row, no tei cause of Chirst, among them tiful heav itho and mother. And what are! Hoea in regard to nearly all of the east t;h ioulS was that they dated their it to the tt nlresso fr the sminitry of opon the borhe the throne of God never a cageo puts brought to Christ through of y,"r I nemalUt8 ? Oh, of oourse he will door and 1 remember one Sabbath aft- musi ho dovwn with the sense of my Oh, ho kDOWing not God, I took upDod- orethe -"Rise and Progres" O h, what nweepingss noon it was, and I read the I eping and o read the prayers, and I their sh a the prayers my own. Oh, I quiver w ke the prayers m Ay oa glorious on.the to Swrote! It Is out of fashion term, on a , a1 mother before the throne ofl pl say her joy is full. Is It? You thenall a be no augmentation of it. crcle ar be? Her son was a wanderer mothers bond on the earth when that tare, lo died. e broke her old heart. around isaving i in the wilderness of to and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 30 January 1897

' The Progress. :_zuvrePorr, LA., -. JANUARY 30, 1897 The Epworth IAague Entertainment. The Epworth League entertain zent will be given at the court house instead of the Y. M. C. A. al~ next Monday evening at 8 o'clock. The change was made on occount of the greater seating ca pacity of the courthouse. The Hemphill Quartette, which has been engaged for the occasion 1ia8aid to be splendid. It has vis d&dlffterent cities and has won Pe very complimentary com It. from the press. Th .J entertainment will consist of ial miusic, recitations and read tis, which will be edifying while 'it will be pleasing. This quartette always, or nearly so, appears under the auspi s of the Epworth League of the and cities they visit, and Ibe so indorsed in Shreveport, in faot-under the direct mernet of that organization. ieprice of admission will be rants for adults and 25 cents for Sdn, the net proceeds-if there a$-will by devoted to extend he works and progress of this :which distributes charity, ...

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