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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 June 1907

' t U THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1907. PAGE FIVE. MSsk wmm RHEA-BUCHOLZ WEDDING A Murderer! Wk < . Yes that is what the VICTOR cultivator is. A weed and grass murderer. And in case you have not secured one already, you had better fortify yourself against General Green by owning one of these rapid fire weed murderers. Collin Co. Imp. & Vehicle Co. R. E. CARPENTER, Pres. McKINNEY, .... TEXAS JOSEPHINE. We are having such pretty weath- er that the farmers are very busy. Mr. M. Cotton of Cameron, Texas, and Mrs. Saba Bray of Josephine were united In marriage Thursday by Rev. M. S. Garner. The bride- groom was 09 years old. He and his bride left Friday afternoon for Cameron which has been Mr. Cot- ton's home since 1854. Mrs. Todd Leverott of Nevada is visiting her sister, Mrs. Henr; Ed- dy. Mr. Henry Eddy has a position with Jackson & Malony of Nevada. Mr. Will Boone and family have moved to Fort Worth. Mrs. Albert Abies visited relative in Josephine yeste...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 June 1907

Tr I 9 THB dtgrtH upon oar graduated, ud givs 1Mb * diploma that wul bo honored by any institution In America. TV (•graph? taught Notes eooepted for i titlon. Positions guaranteed. Cat- alogue and a lesson la penmanship free. Your name oa II earda for II la stamps. Ws tsach penman smp by malL If. R. mom PtMh Mr Kin Tnaa l-SH" WM8KLT PKMOCHA'f-OAZBTTB. property at fall value. There will be about a II per cent Increase of valuss over 1*01. EXTREME PENALTY. Heavy Pine sad Jail Sentence in Lo> eel Option Conviction. Greenville, Texas, June 14.—The verdict of the Jury In the county court Tuesday In the ea e of the State vs. Tom Holland, for the viola- tion of the local option law, was a fine of |200 and .120 days in jail. This was the extreme penalty under the law, because the defendant had been previously convicted on the same kind of offense. To the fifteen other charges against him, Holland entered a plea of guil- ty and was fined $25 and given twenty days In jail in each case. Thi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 June 1907

Exceptional Bargains! IN Pianos and Organs Also Singer Sewing Machines. Having been in the Piano and Organ buaineas in Collin County for the pant twelve (IS) yearn, and having sold during that time only makes of demonstrated merit— Klnbali, Estey. Hamil- ton, ClM 4 Co.,—which have met every requirement and de- maud of my trade, e>en the most fastidious, I feel justified in k soliciting a continuation of your support and patronage during t&ie current year. I am in a position this year not only to meet the keenest competition possible, but to even go further than that—to give you Bargains III Pianos and Organs that you| will at once recognize and appreciate. Among other reasons for this very favorable situation, I have made a material reduction in the number of salaried salesmen, ship altogether in Carload lots and do not practice the very unjust oustom of paying com- missions to teachers and solicitors to induce them to recom- mend my pianos, thus dealing directly, frankly and...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 June 1907

JbafaSMMBfr**!'.-. "ill liJwiiilJbi*ULUli J nWW'to:' qualntance to a fellow. J. 8. Heard and J. C. left today for a visit to their Mr*. 0. W. Stigler, at Lsxing- Mln maw $ /y VK- mr Mr*. 8. L. Rleves and children left tfcis morning to spend the summer with relatives at Grenada and Vai- •den, Miss. Dr. M. 8. Mete loft today for Chi- cago where he will attend a special oourse of medical lectures during the summer. Miss Mat tie Houston left this morning for Oxford, Miss., where she will attend the State University through the summer. J. B. Burgess who hns been visit- ing his daughter, Mrs. Walter Hunn at Vlneland, left this afternoon for his home at Amaha, Neb. Mrs. O. H. Chance of Francis, I. T., who has been visiting her sister, Mra. Fred Owenby. near Melissa, and friends In this city, returned home today. Capt. T. M. Boone i f Allen return- ed this afternoon from Tioga, where he had been for a month on account of his health. He Is now at the san- itarium here. Misses Lela and Wllnia...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 June 1907

Pi§p ?w ' n democrat- TWENTY •FOURTH YKAlt, SO. 210. McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEX AH, THI ItKDAl, JI NK 27. IttOT. FIRST SECTION. W RECEIVER QUALIFIES i A > 8herman, Texas, June 21.— (Spa- tial)—C. B. Dorchester, who wa# ap- pointed receiver for the Waters- Pierce Oil Company by Judge D. E. Bryant of the United States District Court In thlB city, arrived home from St. Louis yesterday afternoon. Immediately after his arrival he went to the office of Head, Dlllard A Head, attorneys, and after a short consultation, announced that ho would accept the receivership of the oil company. In a few minutes his official bond was drawn up and filed with the following sureties: T. D. Joiner of the firm of Patty-Joiner & Eubank, wholesale grocers; W. C. 'Eubank of the same firm; R. A. hapmar., one of the vice presidents tnd a stockholder In the Merchants and Planters National Bank of Sherman, T. U. Cole, another vice president and stockholder In the same institution; J. L. Randolph of St. L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 June 1907

w* s$lt 1 ill Awr 0 0 > Money-Raising Sale Sale Starts June 19th, Lasting Until July the First 1907. First Cost We will give to every one making a bill from $1000 and up any trunk at ACTUAL FIRST COST 7 l-2c Laces on Sale 30 pieces tine val laces beautiful patterns, a bargain for you, yard 4c 10c Ginghams On Sale I5 bolts pretty New Spring Ginghams all out in one large lot at yard 7 1-2c 7c Embroideries On Sale Short pieces 2 to 5 yds in piece, pretty Em- broideries 011 sale at yard 4c 39c Corset Covers on Sale 60 fine Corset Covers, all nicely trimmed, all out in one lot, each 23c 4c John J. Clark's Thread on Sale Clark's best six-cord spool cotton sale at each 2c 6c Bleach Towels on sale 70 line white hand tow- eis, alt slacked out in one lot, this sale, each 4c 15c Kind Supporters on sale 5 doz Children's Hose Supporters, will be sold during this *ale, pair 9c The Great Money Raising Sale will be continued until July the 1st, First Mon- day. We offer many bargains that space w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 June 1907

55——5- THB WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JUNE IT, 1 07. PAOE THREE. When "Star*' comes your way —catch it! You couldn't get your hands on a better chew if you searched the country over. "Star" plugs are i'ull 16 o^ weight — and always have been. "Star" quality is the highest— and always has been. And PLUG CHEWING TOBACCO still costs you th'; same for the best chew made as it always fias. "Star" is not only the best, but the most economical plug you can buy. The wholesome, waxy leaf in "Star" is full- bodied, sweet, juicy, yet tender and elastic, and makes a lasting chew, retaining its substance until the last bit of juice is chewed out cf it. ij0,000,000 10c. ticca toIJ annually. In All Storos CXVTTAGE HU.L. > Chlldrens day exercises will be held the f>th Sunday in this month June oOth beginning at 2 o'clock. Everybody come and bring some- body with you. Miss Geraldine Lisenby of Cham- bliss, has been visiting her cousin, Mr. Gladden, and family. The protracted meeting at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 June 1907

; .■■ft ?W «I 1 ■ ■:■.. %$*> *!S JJP* -,' J 'VjjOMiWi it-Gazette. Published Jtnry Thu TOM W. PKRKIKtS WALTKU B. WILSON Editors, Pabliatiera and Proprietor*. TWELVE PAGES ■ntered aa second-class mall matter. To Subscriber*: —The date printed opposite r«*r nam* on the margin of the paper or on fee wrapper tndtntitpa th. tima to wnioh your iub- MHrtpllon la paid. All •ubeertptUma expire on tslrst of the month. Any eubaoriber n?: re- tlvlng tbe paper regularly will please notify u« W• do not Mad reoelpte for money paid on iSfcearlptloat, but credit eame on slip attached a paper, If oredlt la not abown on ellp In ten left from d*U of reaolttanoe, notify thla office Subscription lUUta One copy one year 91.00 ♦ * ♦ SOME BACK TALK. ❖ ♦ «• This Is truly "golden sunshine." Have you split-log drugged any? Smile, if you have to force it. Who said a county fair? We are In. Selfishness) is a vice found only in other people. And who will lead the tight for a good county fair? Col. Jupiter Pluvl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 June 1907

% ■ • ' XM ' \ , > ' iWXJND SECTION. THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1 07. PAGE NINE IFESSIONAL DEPARTMENT OP VARIOUS PROFKS- ON8 GROUPED FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE. USAL OF PUBLIC to Columns in Which Are No- 's of Doctor*, DentlnU, Lawyer*, Notaries, Etc. H. BRYANT, Dentist. .Foot® e. Phone 203. MeKlnuaj. E. L. BURTON, t.-jciall«t, ear. pose and throat, McKlnney, JAMES LEWIS, Veterinary Sur- geon, prompt attention; office phou' 339; North Kentucky atreet, McKln- ney, Texas. Dr. W. K. Kueker, office In Foute House, second floor, southwest cor- ner. Phones; Office 46, Kesiden 177. «r P. (J. HEDGES, Dentist, upstairs er Collin County National bank, ifence phone 28. Office phone McKlnney, Texas. T. T. Webb, Justice of the Peace, md ex-offlclo Notary Public^ alwayr appreciates notary work as a s'dv line, dwtf DR. J. C. UREER—Office upstairs >ver J. D. Stiff Dry Goods Co., east plde square, McKlnney, Texas 'hones: Residence 608, office tiO'J. DR. T. W. WILEY, Practice 11 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 June 1907

, tfJfHI 'wmte '■ wSm * it. mi, 11 ? fruit Canners. Fruit preserving and canning time is now here. We have a large stock of the Celebrated "Family canning outfit" and want to close them out and are making a Special Price of $4.00 on them at our store These Canners are being sold at $8 to $io each and why pay this price when you can buy of us for $4. We can save you the diflerence and guarantee them to be as g( od or better than any other on the market. CR0UCH-SA1GLING CO. McKinney, Texas. <xxx><xxx><xxxxx>yooo oo<xxxxxx>wooooooo " PRESCRIPTION FILLING THE DOCTOR'S DUTY. He must first examine the patient by the lights of Science to dotermine where and what the trouble is. He must determine and prescribe precisely the kind of drugs needed to effect a cure. He must direct the doses and leave no room for (Joubt on the part of the patient or the drug gist who compounds the prescription. There his duty ends. THE DRUGGISTS' DUTY. He should All the prescription preci...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 June 1907

A/ru I 1 4 ,r V t t ? i \ THE WEEKLY DEMOCRATS A ZETTE, ALL OVER THE COUNTY. ■rt|hl and Niwiy Latter* From Th« MmNril-OiMtto'i Carpi d Ih<I*I Corr*apon4«nta THURSDAY, JUNE IT. 1107. PAGE ELEVEN. TO THE PEOPLE OF COLLIN COUNTY. LUCAS. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bol.'n a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Harvle Walker visit- ed here Sunday. Mr. Ab Scott of McKinney. was here on business today. Mr. Irvie Morrow of Mississippi, Is visiting relutlves here. Several from here attended the unveiling at McKinney Sunday. Rev. Cord Spurgeon preached at Foncine Sunday and Sunday night. Rev. Olen Sneed and wife of Oak Cliff, have been visiting Mrs. Sneed and family. Mr. Charlie McKinney of Ft. Worth, Is visiting friends and rel- tlves here this week. FITKHUGH MILL. The farmers of this community are all about up with their work. Mr. D. F. Bevel I and A. L. Cole Jr., were In McKinney Saturday. Miss Virgie Trnntham spent Sun* day with Miss Carrie Hlnes of Forest Grove. Mr. Owen Matthews made u bus- iness trip to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 June 1907

I i Wt £ '■ > 8Bi I ■ / w ANY M BARGAINS Offered throughout this store during the next 13 days. Many lines ,of seasonable goods where assort- ments are broken to be closed out. Special low prices offered on goods on which we are overstocked Big Lawn Sale 1000 yds Scotch Lawns pretty patterns, fust col- ors, to close out, sale price the yd 4ic Shoes and Slippers All LEADING BRANDS. We are greatly overstocked on Shoes and Slippers and are making low prices to re- duce the stock. Children's Slippers 50c up. Ladies slip- pers $1.00 and up. SHOES ALL PRICES. ~ Suite Special 800 yards pretty Biege and Covert Suiting. Fine for Summer Skirts. This sale the yd .. 0C Millinery Cheap We are closing out all ladies and children's hats at greatly reduced prices, this sale. Special Values In' Wash Goods This Sale 1000 yards pretty Lawns always sell 10c. While they last the yd 0C 200 yards Dress Linens, nice for Skirts and ladies Suits, the yd 15c Many good things here we can't mention. Extra La...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 June 1907

THE WEEKLY DE1I0CRAT-QAZKTTE, THURSDAY, JUNE 27. 1907. PAGE FIVE. Yu s DOOMED! LOT 1—Ladles fawt black hose, reg- ular 10c sellers CLEAN UP PRICE J 6c LOT l«adlni white canvas ox- fords, been selling at $1.50 CLEAN UP PRICE 98c LOT 8—White waist, very latent style and nicely lace trimmed, reg- ular 9l.no Neller CLEAN UP PRICE $1.14 LOT -1—Children's muslin under- skirts In broken sixes, value lOc to 15c CLEAN UP PRICE 5c LOT 5—Ladies white waist, beauti- fully trimmed with inserting, heen selling nil the season for CLEAN UP PRICE 1-48 liOT O—An ussorted lot of emhroltl- ery, different patterns and widths, 10c to 15c values CLEAN UP PRICE 7 1-2c LOT 7—Pearl buttons in nssorted sizes, the 5c a dozen kind CLEAN UP PRICE 2c LOT H—An extensive assort int uit of Valencienne and Torchon laces, 5c to 11! l-iic values CLEAN UP PRICE 3 1 2c LOT —.Mercerized bleached table damask, cheap at 40c CLEAN UP PRICE 27 1-2c LOT 10—Ladies vest, ta|>cd neck and nicely made, very cheap at 10c CLEAN UP...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 June 1907

m mm FOR SICK WOMEN it nmedj la the roots tod herta of the field then wh ever a drugs. old-faabloned dtji of there few drags were __ in medicines end Lydia E. Pinkham. of Lynn, Mui„ in her study of root* end herb# and their power over disease discovered and gave to the women of the world a remedy for their peculiar ill* more potent and efficacious than any combination of drugs. ■PfH In the good old grandmothers <3 Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Is an honest, tried and true remedy of unqueetlonable ther " During it* record of more than thirty years, its long ourea of those serious ills peculiar to women, entitles Lydia Vegetable Compound to the respect and confldenoe of ever Is an honest, tried and true remedy of unqueetlonable therapeutic value. — • -—-—■ -* "— —— «*- list of actual „ _ja B. Pinkham's „ every fair minded person"and every thinking woman. When women are troubled with irregular or painful functions, weakness, displacements, ulceration or Inflammation, backach...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 June 1907

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THUR8DAY, JUNE 87. 1907. PAGE SEVEN. Exceptional Bargains! IN ( I \ ❖ ie Pianos and Organs Also Singer Sawing Machines. Having been in the Piano and Organ business in Coiiin County for the pant twelve (12) years, and having sold during that time only viakes of demonstrated merit—Kimball, Estty, Hamil- ton, Camp & Co.,—whioh have met every requirement and de- mand of my trade, e\en the most fastidious, I feel juntitled in soliciting a continuation of your support and patronage during the current year. I am in a position this year not onlv to meet the Keenest competition possible, but to even go further than that—to give you Bargains in Pianos and Organs that you] will at once recognixe and appreciate. Among other reasons for this very favorable situation, I have made a material reduction m the number of salaried salesmen, ship altogether in Carload lots and do not practice the very unjust custom of paying com- missions to teachers and solicitors to in...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 June 1907

. 1 . * .. • - " 4. - • F? ^ "'" •:. JMmBJ-V'':-. . •' ■■ '^wi •'&■ PAOl UOHT. wMR/SifwiS' fi «K-#-.T::--3r"-,- *R ■" JfSfer* """:" ' ■"^w- * %?: WMKLT D1MOC1UT-OAMDTT , THURSDAY, JUNE IT. 1107. 12*0. M. ONEAL 111 McKlnney Traveling Mam With About Kalfi. Mr. Geo. M. Oneal, traveling rep- resentative of the Mcllwaln-Knight Co. of New York, with headquarters at McKlnney, Texas, spent Thursday of last week In the city and while here called on the Review man who has been a personal friend for the past fifteen years. Mr. Oneal was agreeably surprised at the wonder- ful growth and development of this country and the rapid grqwttl Qf the towns. He says that he can not mak? tfeis country on schedule time Hue to too much business and new towns. He Is an extensive traveler and close observer of conditions £Ba- erally. Being entirely famlliftr with Texas lands and conditions, a word from him on same Is weighty and worthy consideration. In all of his travels through Texas Mr. Oneal says tha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 4 July 1907

S t.0 ■ h. _ i T a.x: Democrat- = = -FOURTH YEAH, 0. SI. - McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TUX AH, THUIIMDAY, JULY ■ , 19«7. ^ rr- FIRST SUCTION. YOUTH BADLY STABBED About 12.30 a. m. Saturday on the southwest corner of the court house plaza, Carroll McCown. a youth eighteen years old, «on of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. McCown, was stabbed with a knife and badly, though not dangerously, wounded. It seents tbat several were on the plaza at that hour, the cool breezes there rendering It a favorite resort during the hot summer months, but it appears tbat the affair came up ao suddenly and was so quickly over that little is known concerning the particulars, Carroll maintaining for aome time, it is Btated, that he did not know who stabbed him. Night ^policeman Tom Chambiiss was soon n the scene and quickly summoned ty Marshal Johnny McKinney and listabie Will Kerby. The wound- ed boy wati Immediately after being stabbed, taken to the office of Dr. J. E. Hunter and medical assistance summoned. On examina...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 4 July 1907

KT J'' " v. - TH* WBSKLT DBMOCRAT-OAZBTTE. THUR8DAY, JULY 4. 1107. VEHICLES! We have just received two car loads of vehicles, which includes everything in the vehicle line. These goods are fresh from the largest and most up-to-date factories. Ail of the very latest patterns and designs, either in steel or rubber tires. % ■ * This Neat Runabout for $55.00. re can furnish this in either stick or panel seat; black or red gear, leather trimmings to match. Guaranteed for one year. Don't Buy a Buggy or Vehicle Until You See Our Line. . z If New and Up-to-date—Price $67.50. Here is is a neat and nobby job lor the money. First class hick- ory wheels. Everything used is of the very best material and guaranteed for one year. Don' Buy Without Seeing Our New Line of Vehicles. We Take Your Old Buggy In Trade on New Job. We CAN and WILL sell you a Vehicle for LESS MONEY than any house in Collin County, or Dallas, either, or any other old town or county. We have the largest stock of vehicles and w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 4 July 1907

1 ■ m THB WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-QAZtBTTB, THURSDAY. JULY 4. 1907. PAOB THREE. Under a Ladder and Lycky! His lucky Star! It's every man's good luck to have such a r^ood chew to chew as PLUG CHEWSUG T02&CCC The reason "Star" is such a universal favorite is simply the extra good quality of tobacco that goes "Into every plug—only the choicest, ripest, sweetest, best-bodied 'oaf frown. Every "Star" chew is rich in good, wholesome juice—and every "Star" plug !ji /es twice as much chewing as any other chew made — better chewing too. No chew so choice —none so economical. 150,000,000 ioc. pieces sold annually I In All Stores WALNUT GROVK. Crops all look well, that la clean. Q. W. McNeil and family went to Vlneland yesterday. Mr. Crutcher and family visited relatives ut Bowlby yesterday. Robert Bone of Prosper passed through our community yesterday. Mrs. Ball who has been sick for some time is no better ut this writ- ing. t H. H. Bryant and family spent Sunday with Mrs. Cunningham at Prosper. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 4 July 1907

The Democrat-Gazette. Published Every Thursday. i E** ' / TOM W. PERKINS WAJLTKU B. WILSON Pnbli h«-i-it and Proprietors, aiuterea a# second-olaaa mail matter. To Subscriber*: —Tbs <UU printed opposite rour urn* on the murgln of the paper or on the n* on the murgui of the paper or on the ' Indloatos the time to which your nub- vtnpuoo Is paid. AU subscriptions expire on \ • first of the month. Any subscril •' net re- tiring the psper regularly will ptoss* notify us Wt 4o not sand rfcoeipts tor moaay paid on sfcauriptioa*, but er«dlt same on slip artach«xl 0 paper, if oradlt la not snown on sltp In tan UfS frost data of ravlttanoe, notify this offioa. Subscription Hates One copjr one year 91.00 Congenial work is man'8 greatest friend. There's a harvest time for every crop of wild oats sown. Public sentiment is like the electric current—noiseless but pow- erful. Don't get hot under the collar, the temperature is warm euough al- ready. Don't shift your responsibilities of citizenshi...

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