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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 22 August 1899

The Evening News. Trr:si>zv. Mru-si mn. SYMPATHY. I looked into baby eyes of blue. While my thoughts were far away— Into beautiful orbs in whose liquid light Shone a life that was bounded by play. But a grieved look came to tlis rosy lips Apd a cloud o'er the lustrous t.-es, As earth darkens when hideth the. sun god away And obscured is the blue of the skies. I smiled in the dear little, pensive face. Hut she gave me no answering smile. And I wondered—when down o'er my chcel: ran tears That had filled my sad eyes erstwhile. And I thought how strange that the baby eyes Should behold what the world couldmot see, For the wise had replied to the smile on my lips, While the child heart responded to me. —Rose Vanli. Spceee in Scranton Republican. HOW WE GET OUR TEETH. It la an Intcre*ttne and Somewhat Co in ill tea t I'll Oin'rnlloii. An eminent dentist is authority for the following interesting explanation: It would take too long to describe the formation of the teeth, but it ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 22 August 1899

STANDARD BRANDS OF TOBACCO CONSTANTLY KEPT AT CHAS. ESHMAN'S TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE and sold by THE piece, plug, pound oh box. Country merchants nrc specially invited to rail and examine my stock. Why send of I' ami pay freight, when you etui luiy the samegoods right at home, at tin? same price? Ha lies' Natural Leaf, Schnapps. »; lacli. Electric, «'» inch Druininoiid'sNaturni Leaf, Kariy Bird. <> inch. jß.«fjhew, Patterson's Went over, " Koyal Colors, " \'enal)le,k ' A .1 tip. " Shenandoah, Mild Burley '• Georgia Beauty, <*» iiicli, Itoosevc It's Kiders, 1 'J Inch. Mayo'sNo'.l " May Apple, ■» . Township Navy, Country Twist. Nosegay, White Bear Navy St raw berry T w i s I, AND ALIi roPI'LAK BRANDS OF SMOKING TOBACCO AND Cl(i A KF/I'TES. (Jive nie a call. CHARLES EfSHMAJ^, Nr. NEXT DOOR TO HOTEL CLARENDON. DRAW THE COMPARISON. v IF YOU HAVEN'T 15EEX Eating Our Ice Cream TRY IT AT ONCE, And Make Your Comparison. YOU WILL GIVE I T .S YOl'R FUTURE ORDER...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 23 August 1899

Volume 1, Number 92. THE GREAT CIRCUS THE crowds THAT camk to see JOHN ROBINSON'S SHOW. The People were well flea sod with the Street Parade and Made a Rush for the Teals. The John Robinson Show,of which so much has been written and which is better known than any other tented amusement enterprise in the United States, is with us today. The circus day of all circus days—August 23. We of middle age saw this truly great show when we were boys, as likewise our fathers did before us. For seventy-five years it lins been a,nd continues to be the show of the people—for the people and by the people. The Robinsons start off ;ih the fii-Ht show, the oldest show, and the first to leave the wagons; 1 he first to be a railroad show ; the first to own their own trains of cars; and the first to inaugurate the spectacular feature, which is an innovation to show business. The grand street parade, which appeared at eleven o'clock this morning, was certainly an e.ve treat, originality and Individuality...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 23 August 1899

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Enured tu Urn I'ostotllce at Harrison burg as snonnil-rJass matter. 1 WEI)M:sI)A V, AUGUST SI. mo. SINGULAR FISH CRADLES. i Father Fish Who Hatches His louiif;- 2n II 1m Mouth. Iu tlio Nile there is a singular fish that has been known from early Bible times. It is dedicated to tlio Apostle Simon or Peter, is known as Tilapla Bimonis and is especially common in Palestine and the sea or lake of Tiberius. Nearly all these fishes have a singular method of caring for their young. At the time of spawning the mother fish forms a little nest among the reeds and rushes, in which she deposits perhaps 200 green eggs, about ■le size of shot, which she immediately deserts. Curiously enough, in all the thousands of fishes but three or four Instances are known where the mother displays any affection for her young or, remains by them. The father stations himself by the nest and presently appears to be dining upon the eggs, but i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 23 August 1899

The Evening News. WEDNISBDA V, .1 I GUS'I L% ISO',). ilnnyiui'M Sharp Answer. John Buuyan wrote "The Pilgrim's Progress" In Bedford jail, where he was confined for his religion. A Quaker came to the prison and thus addressed him: "Friend Bunyan, the Lord hath sent me to seek for thee, and I have been through several counties in search of thee and now I am glad I have found thee." Bunyan replied, "Friend, thou dost not speak truth in saying the Lord sent thee to seek for me, for the Lord well knows that I have been in this Jail for some years, and if lie had sent thee he would have sent thee hero directly." Common Sense Rare. Of bright, witty, learned and cute people we can find whole battalions; in every community, but when you go' In search of people possessed of good,; hard common sense they are not soj easy to find.—Punxsutawney Spirit. ' Watering the Milk. The milkmen of Naples have a way of carrying concealed in their waistcoats bladders full of water. Prom those bladders india...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 23 August 1899

STAHDfIRD BRANDS OF TOBACCO COXSTAXTLY KEPT AT CHAS. ESHMAN'S TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE AND sold BY THE piece, plug, POUND or box. Country merchants niv specially invited In call and examine my stock. Why send oil' and pay freight, wlun you can buy the same goods right al honic. at the same price? H Mies' Natural Leaf, Schnapps. (5 inch. I'lectric. f» inch Druinniond's Natural Leaf, Kari.v llird, <i inch, . !P» o lt he\v, Patterson's ' West over, " Koyal Colors, *' Venalile.s 4 A .Jap, " Shenandoah. Mild Burley " (icorgia Beauty, 0 inch, Roosevelt's Riders, 12 inch. Mayo'w No.l " May Apple. ■ < Township Navy, (Country Twist, Nosegay. White Hear Navy Strawberry Twist, AND ALL I'OIM'LAR BRANDS OF SMOKING TOBACCO AND CHi A RKTTES. j!#J**(iive me a call. .OHKJLIEH ESHM VTV, Hi-. NEXT DOOR TO HOTEL CLAIIENDOX. DRAT THE GOHFARISON. IF YOU 11AVEX'T BEEX Eating Our Ice Cream TRY IT AT ONCE, And Make Your Comparison. YOtT WILL GIVE US YOUR FUTURE ORDERS. YOU WANT THE BEST...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 24 August 1899

Volume 1, Number 93. EUROPEAN LETTER SOME GERMAN VINEVAROS DESCRIBED. Dr. T. O. Heatwole, Formerly of tlris County, Now in Europe. Dr. T. O. Heatwole, of Baltimore, but who is a native of Dale Enterprise, this county, and is well known by most all the residents of our city, is now spending his vacation in Europe. From a letter just received by one of his near relatives addressed from Baeharach, 011 the Khine, we extract the following interesting notes: "Yon may have some curiosity to know how f meet this new life in a strange land. So far have found it all very interesting indeed. Have some letters from parties whose acquaintance I found while 011 the voyage, and all seem to have their longings for "home sweet home." Indeed, my tra vellingcompnnion, Mr. , will in all probability sail from England tomorrow for the States. Says lie has had enough of sight-seeing. "M.v own inquiring nature for the smaller details in the anticipation of a now thorough appreciation of greater things, ind...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 24 August 1899

The Evening News* PUBLISHED'DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) 11Y ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Ki tered In the Postoftlce at Harrisonburg ax second-class matter.! THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1899. FRANCISCO MIRANDA. Held In R'nrenM In Venezuela u » fit- neer of Liberty. Francisco Miranda was a type of tin reckless fighter and adventurer always dear to tho hero worshiper, and he was bo closely identified with the inception of Venezuela's revolution against Spain that he .will alwayw be held as a national hero. He was born in Oaracas in 1756 and enterod the Spaj.ish military service when he was 17. He served in tho Unit ed States in 1780 Mid Inter in Cuba. EL« was forced to leave Cuba for foino illegal transaction, and for several years led tin adventurous life in Russia, Turkey, England and Germany. He went into the French service at the outbreak of the revolution and by brilliant service reached the rank of major general. His name is on the Aro do l'riomphe in . Paris, aa one of the groat captains of the revolut...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 24 August 1899

The Evening News. Til rIIS DA J'. AIGUS7 24, 1809. THE NOSE AND THE TOES. A Fhynlcal Cnlturist Says I'iceontoed Peo- ple Have Crooked Nosei. A professor of physical eultnro announces that ho has discovered an intimate connection between deformities of tho noi-'o and the position of the feet His name is 11. L. Piner, and ho communicates hia observations to tho New York Journal: "Yon can tell a pigeontoed person without looking at his feet or seeing him walk. Tho discovery was made by me in 1801 while teaching physical culture. I found a stubborn awkwardness in the movements of my pupils' feet. Looking for the cause, I found that many of them were pigeontoed. In others one foot was correct and the other turned in. "In teaching correct breathing I had to investigate tho condition of the nasal passages. Then I found that wherever the person was pigeontoed in the right foot the right nostril was stopped up or otherwise deformed. It was the samo with the left foot or nostril. If both nost...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 24 August 1899

STANDARD brands of tobacco CONSTANT lA' KEPT AT CHAS. ESHMAN'S TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE AND SOLD BY THE PIECE, PLUG, POUND OR BOX. Country merchants are specially invited to cull and examine my stock. Why send off unci pay freight. when you run buy the same goods right at home, ut the same price? Hanes'Natural Leaf. Schnapps, 0 Inch. Electric. C>inch Pruminond's Natural T..enf. Karjy Bird, Inch. IB Jfjhew, Patterson's * Westover, " Uoyal Colors, 44 Yenablc.s 4 A .lap. " Shenando'ali. Mild Burjey '• (ieorgia Beauty, <» eh. Iloosevi It's Riders, 12 inch. Mayo'H Xo. ] " May Apple. ■- — . TownshipNavv. Country Twist, Nosegay. 11 White Bear Navy Strawberry Twist, ANI) AT.I. POTTLAK I'.I!ANHS OF SMOKIXO TOBACCO AND CI(!ARKTTKS. (Jive me a call. CHARLES ESHMAN, Si-. NEXT DOOR TO HOTEL CLARENDON. DRAW THE COMPARISON. IF YOU HAVEN'T BEEN Eating Our Ice Cream TRY IT AT ONCE, And MakeYourComparison. YOIT WILL GIVE US YOUR FUTURE ORDERS. YOU WANT THE BEST i WE KEEP IT! LEAV...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 25 August 1899

Volume 1, Number 94. LOCAL HAPPENINGS LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. Gathered for the Information and Benefit of Our Evening Readers. Messrs. B. and Albprt Ney have gone to New York. Mr. E. G. Waiters is erecting a handsome dwelling at I'enn Laird. Mr. Joseph Maussy, of McGaheysville, was a visitor to thiscity Thursday. Master Grover Ney left Thursday to atteud college at St. Joseph's Baltimore. Mr. Charles Herd, who lias been to this city on a visit, returned home this morning. Miss Olga Ney will spend the coming year .at Mt. de Sales College for Ladles, Baltimore. The Evknixk Nicws had a pleasant call yesterday from Prof. W. H. Foley, of Mt. Crawford. Miss Hortense Devier, who lias been a,way on a short visit returned Thursday evening to this city. W. Lem. Fultz.ahustlernowdoing business in new Market, visited Ills old home in this city Thursday. The Junior Order American Mechanics will hold a lawn party at Spring Creek on September 9th. Miss Susie Glbbs, one of Bridgewa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 25 August 1899

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in th« Postofllce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.! FRIDAY, AUGUST23,IB99. ANNOUNCEMEN TS. FOK THE STATE SENATE. mo THE VOTERS OF ROCKINGHAM A CONUTY: —I hereby announce myself un independent candidate for the State Senate, to be voted for on the 7th day of November, 189tt. CIIAS. J. BROCK. Harrisonburg, Va., Aug. in, 181)0. FOR THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES. AT the request of a large number of voters in Rockingham county I hereby announce my candidacy for the House of Delef fates for the next term of ourVirginfa I,egisature, and respectfully solicit the vote of every qualified voter within my county. If, "however," the Republicans of Rockingham decide to hold a nominating convention I will Kiibmit my claims to said convention Very respectfully, C. 1). HARSBERGER. Grottoes, Va., Aug. 15,189'.). THE POLITICAL SITUATION. Political conditions iu Rockingham County this fall promise to result in a rather livel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 25 August 1899

The Evening News. Via DA V, A vans'! 2.1, ISO!). An Inducement. The Bad One—Gimme a nicked Ourlyliair, an I'll learn yer t' swear like a puffect gent in five minutes.— New York Journal. A Mere Matter of Confidence. Tho heavens were radiant with the glory of a perfect sunset. Floating in a vast sea of jasper and sapphire, red and green, with a far horizon of refulgent silver and clear green beryl, waa the great round sun, an enormous bulk of purest molten gold, whose transcendental splendor radiated luminous waves of dazzling brilliance athwart the im. measurable vista of the sky that stretched upward and away in fold on fold of shimmering coruscations of amber and purple and chrysolite and alabaster and porphyry, amid what seemed half drawn curtains of prismatic foam. Delicate cirri, that might have been white winged feluccas on the peaoeful bosom of a resplendent Italian sea, sailed in silent glory down from the ethereal carnelian of the zenith into the oriental effulgence of that ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 25 August 1899

OF TOBACCO CONSTANTLY KEPT AT CHAS. ESHMAN'S TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE AND SOLD BY THE PIECE, PLUG, POUND OR BOX. ".er< l,ants im ' invited tn call mid examine my slock. Whv send iiff nnd pay freight, when you can liny the Hantc Roods 1 at home, at, the name price? Haneß'Natural Leaf, Scliiiappß. 6 incli. Electric, li inch JJrumniomi s.Natural Leaf, Knr|y Bird, <i inch. |B Jijlicw, |atter«°" H ■ Westover, " Koynl Colors, " vn li ii.trf A " Shenandoah. v-i <ieor K i!i llenuty, (i ch. liooscvilt's Klders, 12 Inch. i re' . . Mn.v Apple. Township Nil vy, ut'nii Twist, Nosegay, White Hear Navy Strawberry Twist, AND ALT. POIM'LAIi BKA.NDK OF SMOKING TOBACCO AND CKIAHKTTKS. Efl-dive me a call. KNIIM A>. Si*. NEXT DOOIt TO HOTEL CLARENDON. DRAW THE COKPARISON. IF YOIT HAVEN'T BEEN Eating Our Ice Cream TRY IT AT ONCE, And MakeYourComparison. YOIT WILL GIVE I'S YOUR FUTURE ORDERS. YOD WANT THE BEST! WE KEEP IT! LEAVE YOUK NEXT ORDER. fcS. W. LAUCK. 3 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 26 August 1899

Volume 1, Number 95. LOCAL HAPPENINGS LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. Gathered for the Information mid Benefit of Our Evening Readers. A hand organ and monkey entertained a large number of juveniles in tills city today. Mr. W. L. Whitiner will nfove his blacksmithiug business from Scott's Ford to this city at. an early day, so it is stated. Mr. B. P. McQuay, who has been visiting friends in this city for the past, month, returned to his home in New York City yesterday. Miss Charlotte IMchardson, Hoboken, N. Y., has been in this city several days visiting relatives and many friends at her former home. The Messrs. Riddle, brother, have moved from the Scott's Ford vicinity to the Monger farm near Moyerhoeffer's Store, which they recently purchased. Mr. Edward F. Monger, Elkton, and Miss Bessie Summers, of T.acey Spring, both of this county, were granted a marriage license in Washington <>11 Thursday. The corn crop In the Scott's Ford section of this count...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 26 August 1899

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHB. Entered in the Postoftice at Harrisonburg as second-class matter. 1 RATURDAY, AUGUST 26, IS'M. ANN OUN CKMEN TS. FOli THE STATE SENATE. rilO THE VOTERS OF ItOCKINGHAM A CONUTY:—I hereby announce myself an independent candidate for the State Senate, to be voted for on the 7th day of November, 1899. CIIAS. .1. BROCK. Harrisonburg, Ya.. Aug. li"», 1899. FOII THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES. AT tlie request of a large number of voters in Rockingham county I hereby announce my candidacy for the House of Delegates for the next term of our Virginia Legislature, and respectfully solicit the vote of every (|ualitied voter within my county. If, "Jiowever," the Republicans of Rockingham decide to hold a nominating convention f will submit my claims to said convention Very respectfully, C. I>. HARSBERGKR. Grottoes, Ya., Aug. 15, 1899. WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY. One of the most important results of the recent British naval maneuv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 26 August 1899

The Evening News, SATVRUA )', AUUUSI 20, ISO!). The Kld( of Slam'* Name. I met a man who looked distraught. Bis hair and dress disheveled. While in a hutch potch strange of words Persistently he reveled. "Soindetoh," he erled, "Patindlr Itu, Parama Chad Mabrongse, Parumadliaruin Hiraja Phrtt Pablto Cliula Wongse. 'Waraktlara Mika Cliak Purusiarutua Parabut Rujad Debiak Chulalongkorn Ra Hual" But here 1 stopped the breathless man. X own not greatly caring ®o longer hear what seemed to be More oriental swearin«. "Swearing(' ho cried. 'Indeed you'r* wrong. Yon 111 advised inquisitor. 'm only rattling off the names Of our last royal visitor." "Gasankes Phra," he recommence* 4 . With ardor undiminished, "Chomklau"—but when we went to prest Be hadn't nearly finished. THE TINY YACHTS. Omt Interest la the Contest lletween Cauda and the Unltvd States. OTSTSB Bay, L. L, JuJ> ■>. —Yesterday WM the last day of preparation for the tiny yachts, Giencairn and El Heirle, Which...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 26 August 1899

STANDARD Op TOBACCO CONSTANTLY KEI'T AT CHAS. ESHMAN'S TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE fINO SOLD BY THE PIECE, PLUG, POUND OH BOX. .^y"f r yi lie, T httnt « art ' invited to call and examine my stock. Why send off and pay freight, when you can buy the same goods right at home, at the name price? Hanes'Natural Leaf, Schnapps, G inch. Electric. Clinch Drummond s Natural Leaf, Eariy Bird, c, inch. \U Jijhew, viflSI 8011 H AVestover, " Royal Colors, *' uiili b.!'? . A Jap. Shenandoah. " Mo!^v Georgia Beauty, <i ch, Roosevelt's Riders, 12 inch. rfiKS-!L N rS- 1 . . " May Apple. . . Township Navy, Mtrnwi y V rR Nosegay, White Bear Navy Strawberry Twist, AND ALL POPULAR BRANDS OF SMOKING TOBACCO AND CIGARETTES. 2®** Give me a call. CHABLES ESHMAN, Sr. • NEXT DOOR TO HOTEL CLARENDON. DRAW THE COMPARISON. IF YOU HAVEN'T BEEN N EatingOur Ice Cream TRY IT AT ONCE, And MakeYourComparison. YOTT WILL (JIVE US YOUR FUTURE ORDERS. YOU WANT THE BEST! WE KEEP IT! LEAVE YOUR NEXT ORDER. SB. W. LAUC...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 28 August 1899

Volume 1, Number 96. LOCAL HAPPENINGS LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. Gathered for the Information ami Benefit of Our Evening Readers. The churches were well attended yesterday. Mr. Walter Taylor is on a. visit to reiativeajand friends in this place,. There is no forecast o! weather reported today, the Htorm prevailing having prevented. Mrs.O. E. Sprlnkel and children left here on Saturday for their new home at Newport News. Miss M. S. Roller, of this city, was registered at the Eakleton Hotel, Staunton, on Saturday. Mr. A. It. Rosenberger, who has been away for Rome time, was among the arrivals here Sunday afternoon. Mr. B. F. Fawcett, of Winchester, who lias spent a part of the last week in this city, went to Staunton Monday morning. Mr. A. 11. Snyder, of the Register, who,has been to Winchester a ttending the Lutheran Conferance, returned home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. William B. McClung and son returned to their home hero on Saturday evening from a protracted visit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 28 August 1899

The Evening News, PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY BOB'T B. SMYTHB. Entered In the Postoftice at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.] MONDAY, AUGUST2B,IB9O. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR THE STATE SENATE. WO THE VOTERS OF ROCKINGHAM JL CONUTY:—I hereby announce myself an independent candidate for the State Senate, to be voted for on the 7th day of November, 1899. ('HAS. J. BROCK. Harrisonburg, Va.-, Aug. lf>, 1899. FOB THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES. AT the request of a large number of voters in Rockingham county I hereby announce my candidacy for the House of Delegates for the next term of ourVirginfn Legislature,. and respectfully solicit the vote of every qualified voter within my county. If, "however," the Republicans of Rockingham decide to hold a nominating convention I will submit my claims to said convention Very respectfully, C. I>. IIARSBERGKR. Grottoes, Va., Aug. 15,1899. OPINION AND PREJUDICE. Although intelligent persons will readily udmit the evilH of prejudice,...

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