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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 May 1889

SfcLlM IIIK FAITHFUL. OR A PERSIAN I.OVE 8TORY. The Star of His Heart—The Shadow of lhc-Sultsn's Hand—The Fidel.ty of Tiue Lovf. [CUJiTINL'ED KltOM LAST WEKK.J When he took his lcavo the lirn*s- Worker, riclier by it handful of coins, bad little other stock for his shop than the unfinished lantern At that he foil to w ork with tierce intensiiy, as if he bid thought, to cease whispering an.I time to mend his peace, lie was the latest worker in the bazaar, and, when the market gates were about to close, with what care did he secure the locker where lay the perfume-holder, and fasten the shu'ters of his little booth! Ho had never feared for the safety of his treasure until now that it wns complete, and he knew that another lusted for it. This one night seemed more fraught with danger than all the hundred nights and more that it hail lain in that chest in the deserted Market. About the winding streets of Naislia- jiur he wandered that night, coining again and again to the gate that open...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 May 1889

2* X T \ 1 ,? kU V I \ t v 3 -el '1. "OTHER DAYS LIVED OVER." The Great Brooklyn Divine's Sunday Discourse. "Thou Shalt RemcniW All the Way Which the Lord Thy Go.I L 1 Thee." Brooklyn, May .'..--At '.ho Tabernaelo to-day, the lfev. T. He Witt Talmugo, D. D., preached a sermon on tin: subject, "Other Days Lived Uvir," ami made reference to the I'alseliooi that lie had advocated miscegenation of the white and black laces. 'Jim vavl hji yrci'alion sang (he hymn beginning: Our C.O I, Olll If 11) ill iiASf,. Our liupt* fur .vcur- i«< comu. Dr. Talinage's text was I outeronoiny viil, 2: "Thou shall remember u'l the wav whic h tbe Lord th.v Goil led lliec. Me said: Before entering on my sibject 1 wish to say that some newspaper correspondents, referring to a recent sen on in which I welcomed foreign nation.ilitics to this country, liave said that I advocated as a desirable tiling the intcrniarriatro of the white and black races. I never said so. 1 never thought so, and any one who bo mi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 May 1889

THE MMEOLl WEEKLY I'CIII.IKIIKI) KVKRY 8ATU11DAY 1 Y W. B. TEAGAIiDEX. Saturday, May 18, 1881) Entered at the post office as second- class matter. Col, Jim Hogg will ho plcaccd to learn that Sctli Hhcpnrd will not be a candidate for governor.— Helton Journal. Of course. All friends of Mr. Hhoparn will he glad to learn that he has decided not to engage in a hopeless struggle.—Marshall Mes- senger. WOOD COUNTY THE PROMT- IBRD LAND OF THE HOME SEEKER. Mi ii col a the U«Ht Little City In North Emit Texan. Amaiiiki.o, I'otter county, is on a "hig boom." It is reported that the sheriff killed one of the eon- stables and that the county judge has been jailed. State rangers have been dispatched to the scene of the boom to preserve the dignity of the law as against infractions by the county's pcace ollicers. I'an Handle booms arc strange freaks of progress. In another place we publish an article from the Paris News under the heading "Cotton Worms." This idea oi forming agricultural societies...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 May 1889

^ / THE_ MINEOLA WEEKLY MONITOR. City Directory. L O D G E 8 . MASONIC. MINEOLA LODGE, No. 502, A. F. & A. M., will liolil a Ktnti'il comimiuliiilinii at Ma- sonic Hull on Wednesday May 15lli, at 7:"0 I', m. Vlsltlnt,- brethren arc fraternally invited. J. K. McltANlKL, W. M. ."'^>1. Aiimdtbono, Secretary. • KNIGHT OF PYTHIAS. MINEOLA LODGE, No. 2S, meet* every Tuesday eveuiiiK. Monitor buildiug. tico. W, Drnkon, C. C. J. E. Williamson, K. It. & 8. I. O. O. F. A/flNEOLA LODGE, No. 213, I. O. O. F. J!! meets tlrst and third Monday nights in eaen month. • W. T. l'BBWOBTH, N. G. J. II. Nkwbom, Secretary. The Mechanics, Farmers and Merchants Benevolent Association meets every Tues- day, Thursday and Saturday at the Caspary Opera House. S. k. Uiiuck, J. F. Sims, O. M. S. J), a. u. s. CHURCHES. Methodist—I'reiu'hliii,' every 1st and 3rd Sun days at 11 o'clock ii. 111. and 8 p. m. Sunday school every Sunday at 9 a. in. M. O. JENKINS. I'astor, Baptist—Preaching every Sunday except...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 May 1889

"*•—t 7 V• - <. I " 0 "§ r (i 1 ai ol li (1. lp It tr ra ticv lo; M tli lie ct th & 3. df M ox br 1 P «>« v® Hi • 1 Tbe MlneolaWeekly Monitor fDBLISHKD EVERY SATUBDAY By W. B. TEAOARDEN, Editor. <■. . .i - 1 '■ - SUBSCRIPTION I'KICE. One copy, one year. 8Be copy, six month ne copy, four uontb*.., II 50 70 60 • «• • • • • Entered at tbe poitoffiee u second- class matter. 'Hie Flight of itoulanger. 'fho undignified departure of, I)ou< lunger from Paris to Brussels will not increase the iinprossiveness of his con- duct in the estimation of the French people. It is alleged in his behalf that ho was to be arrested at midnight, hurried off to the inquisition of the senate, court-martialed, and sfcot be- fore breakfast. Inasmuch as Franca is under a constitutional government, the idea of introduoiug for his benefit military rule with drumhead tribunals can have originated only in the for- tiio brain of the fugitive. The law un- der which it was proposed to arraign him with ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 May 1889

Learn to Graft. Every farmer should himself under- stand grafting, and be b'e practically to do it. The art is simplo and easily learned. It may not always pay tliu Winner to do all the large jobs of graft- ing that he has to' do, since his own time may bo worth more at something else. Hut it is the little jobs, the set- ting of half a do/en gralts not worth sending for a professional grafter to ...do, that thus are neglected from year to year, simplv bocause no one is at hand qualilied to do the work. Pro- fessional grafters make good wages setting grafts at so much apiece. Most of them have an assistant who saws oil' tlio limb to be grafted, while the grafter tits tiie scion to the cleft which lie makes and covers the wound to ex- •elude air. This and connecting the scion with tho outer wood of tho branch is all the art there is in grafting. The richest costumes seen this season aro those of mntlasNrt silk, with the figure out- lined in gold embroidery. New toqitos that saeta a cr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 May 1889

'#/* l£v zzz ■ y *■ ./ •YV:-J. V* tfl 11 Hi o! A a «i i § tr rv til tul Ml th| U\ ot\ th? w< 1 >c fr •■x bfc ,. wil tlm 1 CITATION. h The -i- Inter -i- i II i TIIE STATE OF TEXAS. fii tin' District Court, Spring term, A. 1). 1880. Tu t!i<; Sheriff or any Constable (lnteanational & Oreat Northern Railway,) .'I' It. BONNE It ami J. M. EDDY, Receivers. Austin, San Antonio and Laredo: Ami All l'oints in South-West Texas. Republic of Mexico Wood county—Greeting: You are hereby coniinandedTliat. SHORT LINE TO THE l>y making Publication of this Cita- tion in some newspaper published | (Via San Antonio and Laredo.) in the county of Wood, for four; _ SCHEDULE IN EFFECT FEBRUARY 11th, 1889. weeks previous to the return day' hereof, you summon J. F. Haley I whose residence is unknown, to be and appear before the Dis- Julius A. Caspary am trict Court to b< for (lie ' holden in and (' Wood, State of Ml l"> am <>:!<) pm 12 -10 a n K 40 pm ...I 7 till pmjliV.... Mine...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 May 1889

W:m X-'l [subscription price : One Copy, Ono Year $1.50 One Copy, Six Months 75 One Copy, l-'our Months .r>0 Liberal Discounts to Clubs. Advertis made known on ai VOL. XII. A BLIND BRIDAL COUPLE. Touching Story of a Mail Wile Who Never Saw Each Other. ami A Notable Athlete. SOllie- something I hour just before twilight, that we all love to idle away with inconse- quential thoughts and observations, there passes my window a collide that greatly interests me. The lady is but a young giri, it seems, and she has such a pretty' face, so white and peaceful, with thing of a sadness in it, ofjoy. She has great eyes that stare strangely at you, and at the sound of her companion's voice, their lids are drooped, and their long, graceful eyelashes fall upon her checks. The man reminds me of one of the old Saxons. He is big and strong, and has the curly gol- den hair and the big blonde beard of that race of men. Ilis compan- ion hangs on his arm, and yet he seems to depend as much on her as s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 May 1889

'""toy*#"' r 7 S r. iSSK FKLZUNCE. 4 hm Younsr Artist's Discovery—The Midnight Visitor—A Would-be Novelist Nipped In tho Bud An Open Confession. Inclojcs a nun with IdeiHliiifc eyes, 1 linvo not as yot found out: Imt one thing is cer- WITHTHE BLEEDINQ EYES. ;,a'"'"1,! '10use "ie ^"Ctor shelters a girl with the same or no eyes at all." And ho, this Parisian skeptic anil mod ernlste, felt himself shudder as he had ; done on arriving at the station awhile ago, I when the chill of the evening had struck (Acontinued Htny ] .upon his brow. The whUtk' of tlm locomotive screamed "An<1 now t0 ,a,,le:" ('rl<"' thu wrosr. tho darkened plain, a w.norous fire- | t'^aylng to give lilmsolf an air of cordial woi!** with a trail of sparks spieading to hospitality, and at the same time divesting tfae horizon and melting Into space. j himself of his glasses, liens! Hut the Georges Davred, re-awakenlng with ft 1 sight of his eyes as nature made then. In start, "omprehended by the iong metallic ,1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 May 1889

HOW TO CATCH BASS, « that ih> fit-all fry Is tretpassin* in _____ ! Ills doninin. J rnaainber one old loufer of the most improved methods. I fii'. The Kind of Baits to Use—Instruc- tions as to Tackle and as to Locality—Some Bass Be- come Very Wise. (Special ("«rro«|ionrtenoe.] There lire two kinds of black buss—the miiuII and the large mouth. The former is considered the gamier lish of the two, but In reality their lighting qualities are about) equal, the only practical difference being in their weight, the small mouth rarely ex- ceeding four or live pounds, whereas the large mouth variety grows to twice that size. JWTJ (I,?; ^ Mouth ATTACHED TO Till; HOOK. The rod used for killing this fish must be both strong and pliant. 1 use a ten ounce spilt bamboo. The reel should be well filled with line and the leader double Knell. My favorite hook lias a curved bow and long shank, which I find when once struck in a fish has staying qualities that are more gratifying to the angler than th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 May 1889

j*1 'jWHWlii \ THE MIHEGLt WEEKLY MON1T0B. I'UUMKIIKI) KVRKY HATUltDAY JIY W. It. TKAGAUDEX. The Trip to Mexico. As stated in our last, we left El """' r- ' '"" ceedingly rich. We were told ill sinking the shaft. Th" shaft is tliut the mining district of Zacnte- i|ow 1000 feet deep and they have eas has been operated 800 yeais put 81,000,000 in the church, j X. C. GrII-.ES, r\ii i T l^lk T^T ^ I'aso audits generous people at -4 and it is still ia the infancy of d< - which is said % P. M., May 1st. Our train stop- ped at I'aso Del Norte more than an hour. Here a very affable cus- tom house oHiecr inspected the — train for dutiable goods, which it the Itered at the post oflko as second- js ,1(J(.(|],.SH to say were not found Saturday, May 25* 1880 I M I i d tlj w: M tr t rn ti< to m th lis or th W< b If u !■ Vt (•Iiikh matter. Orders for over 2000 cotton worm lamps have been made in Mill col a this week and still the crusade goes on. On to Sulphur Springs is on ev- ery man's ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 May 1889

mf HIIEOU WEEKLY MONITOR. City Directory. LODGES, M ASOXIC. ' District Court in Session- roud Meeting. From our regular Correspondent. QilTMAX, Tux., May 21.- Distriet Court opened here TINEfll.A 1.01)0K, No. fitt!, A. F. A A. M„ ! . , ^ , , , will linlil u Htdtcil comiinnitcHtlou Ht Mm- ClSeiV lit 10 O ClOCk Itall mi Wi'ilnesdiiy Mny lVli, nt 7:110 ' I p. hi. \'l«ltliiK brotlu'CMi lire frMlonially InvKi'd. iiimvmn.r .1. I'. MCDANII:I„ W. M It. M. AitMsTitoNij, Scii'icliiry. iss Eddie Calahan loaves' to- nrrow for her home in Mineola. ss Eddie lias for the past three terms taught in the public schools I he of our^-ity to the universal siiitis- pre- faction of the patrons of the sch'ool, yesterdav During the prist two years she jlias Judge Sheppard, who;nctetl «« aBsist^nt principal ami it had exchanged districts with Judge ls b,lt ri«,lt nlul Just to Kfty Vmt McCord with characteristic prompt- ,l U1U' nty^e thorough ^ in- Bn.MWpranr.,1....,.., , , ——m———M—M——p—■———MjBgjMga New AKBTV...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 May 1889

WWW .. i r*" . • r, ■ **wau in "V... f m, V' ii- t<; i; i fl itN_ vl II If a iff U in The MlneolaWeekly Monitor ttlUHO ITtXT IATUXDAY IT W. B. TEAQARDEN, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. o*pj, ob« jur: 91 60 , atx montfci... 78 , four month* so html it Um poaloffiM m second- elau mattor. USEFUL FAHM NOTES ADVANTAGES OF A SMALL FARM Manual Labor Education—Farming With Poor Horses — Value of Poultry In Destroying In- sects — Potatoes. Improving Nwent Potatoes. U to au ulmost universal praeticij in tlit' ■south to save tho siniilU'Hl sweet, potatoes lor seed. Ah "like produces like," this is not tho host jiIiiii of propagating the suc- charine tubers. If the largest specimens lire bedded for seed, too grout :i proportion of the erop will bo large potatoes, and in- convenient for cooking. The proper plan is to plant medium sized tubers for seed, and tint bulk of the erop will be uf con- venient size for baking and roasting. II i> a well established fact that sweet potatoes grown from v...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 May 1889

, The Rule Into Practice. |. Husband—"My tlt-ar. husbands ought never to conceal anything from theii lives: and vke vei'Ka. Otherwise nothing put discord will relgu In the family." ^YVil'e—"Just iny sentiments." (A little mii "By the way, .IoIid. where were you Ft lilplitV'' 'Hiisbainl—1 — was — It's none ol your confounded business." JOY DNBl Figures Don't Lie. Flap—"I'm in Jove, ttiul the only dis- agreeable tiring about il is that the girl is jlder thnn I." Jack—"How old are you now?" "I'm eighteen.'' "And the lady is what'.'" (•Twenty-two." •Well, make your mind easy. T!v the time you are twenty-one she'll be only twenty." A Business Boy. '•Boy, have you any Florida oranges?" Boy (new clerk)—"I dunno—oh, say, mister, do you want Floridas?" "Yes." "Well, these is Floridas'"' And he gave him some out c? a Iion marked "Palermo." Experienced Writers. Tom—"What are experienced writers, anyway?'' Writer (sadly)—"Those who have liiui the most manuscripts rejected. 1 guess." A Striking1...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 May 1889

CITATION. '■V— n a TlfK STATK OF TEXAS. In tin: District Court, Spring tei'in, A. 1). 1889. j T< tin Shcrill'or any < 'onsttble ,n Wood county—Grouting: j Yon nro In iv'iy oojn111 :iiidi-'lTli;jt ' by making Publication "( this Cita- tion in some newspaper published j in the county of Wood, for four weeks previous to the return day i hereof, you summon .1. F. Haley whose residence is unknown, to be and appear before the Dis- trict Court to lie holdeii iu and for the County of Wood, State of Texas, at the Court House thereof, in the town of Quitman on the JOtli Moiiibv after the The International -i- Route dnteanational it (ircat Northern Railway,) T. It. BOXNKit and J. M. EDDY, Iteeeivers. Austin, Ban Antonio and Laredo: And All Points in South-West Texas. SlIOUT LINE TO THE Republic of Mexico (Via San Antonio and Laredo.; SCHEDULE IX EFFFi T FEHIiUAltY 11th, 1*89. 7 I'OpmlLv— Mineolu \r KOoaui H 'J'J jnnjAr' Tyler Lvj '1 SK inn' I am ""wpinAr. ...Longview. .I.v 7.'(Iam I•_>...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 July 1895

li'J I • - -1 "KWH The Mineola Monitor V Kutert'd the pom-oUiee «t JliueolH, Texas, •ecoml-claas mall matter. FRANK M. SEWELL. MINEOLA, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JULY 2r>, 1895. VOL. XIX. No. -14 I I JEFFERSON DAVIS OTV PKOIIIBITION. |i J i * y vis; Cheap Cash Bargain Store. !o to 25 PER CENT On all Summer Goods. We must clean out tl)e balance of our Spring and Summer Stock before our Big Fall Stock arrives. Our Goods are all marked in Plain Figures. We have Imt One Price for Everybody. Tlie Most Notable Reductions are in our Ladies' Slippers, , Mlseps' Slippers, OEIia s Slippers. ./ 1 -.-v— Large And Stylish Stock -- £ IG - R E D U CTIOH S -- ON ALL Fancy Colored Lawns, White Dress Goods, Laces and Embroideries, I Mattings and Carpets. We have just received a new line of fancy mattings, and you will find them both very pretty and very cheap. Don't fail to see them. Straw Hats la For a limited time every purchaser of a suit of clothing, either child's, boy's or man's suit, gets a nice str...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 July 1895

T ti i I I « I i i av'r y " ! ri i,! a II < i .)•( ti m ti in or tlffl, \v< { H iff \T|| d! CITATION. "The -i- International -i- Route," TIIK ST \TK OF TEXAS. In tin District Court, Spring term, A. I). 1880. To (Ii< Sheriff or any < 'uiis.taldo ,i< Wood county—Grouting: j Von lire; lirjvV,- ooniniaiidoilTIiat SU(Jit! liv making Publication of this Cita- tion in some newspaper published | in 111o county of Wood, for four weeks previous to the return day hereof, you ^iiinnioii •!. F. Haley (Inteaiiatioiiai it Croat Northern Railway,) T. It. BONNER and .1. M. EDDY, Receivers, Austin, San Antonio and Laredo: And All Points in South-West Texas. r ^iT MR AS [iiiuril county, \ liruil of -Ijt eji ; fnr "•''Wj LINE TO THE Republic of Mexico (Via San Antonio and Laredo.) SCHEDULE IN EFF1<\T FEBRUARY 11th, 1*89. ! 7 in pin Lv .... Mincolu \r 80"> am i. | 822pin'Ar ..Tyler Lvj '(58am1 i)'i {mi Ar I 1 •"> am; ..Long view. , Lv 7 L'O am 12 0o am , . . . , . 8 1"> uniil ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 July 1895

V V i Bitifola Ulonitor. KKANK M. KKIVKLL, Publisher. MINKOLA, TEXAS. TEXAS NEWS BRIEFS. (toBt of ti*n«ra| IntorMt C«r«f«llf Selected Viva Many Smicti. f V" r > L., -!h ' wv' ^ lr) ! Rr / ■ in ,-«v \\ i. OK tV >• 4 i i- Ol w tl. At Iionham the other morning an unknown mm bearing a banner inarched down the street and took a position oti the wost side of the court house, where lie commenced speak- ing. lie said that lie iiad been dead once, but, like our Savior, he had tomo to life again. He predicted that the world would come to an ond in 1991; said that he was in favor of dividing up all the lands in the coun- try and {five every oho as much land ^iin ho could cultivate, and that if any man failed to work the land t'iven him he was in favor of establishing a hipping post and have him punished ntil ho did work it; that ho was In uvor of free silver und advised his •carers to vote for it. llo said he would advocate this measure at every house in tho county, and after en- joining...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 July 1895

J ll A HELL ON EARTH. UNSPEAKABLE WICKEDNESS OF TURKS AND KURDS. t * I 7 I r I 1'he Clirnt!*n Women oftho Small Town* of Aiiuculn Would lie Much Itetter Oil' If Dead—Tliyir Treatment l« rrltil« to Cout©ujj>late. Van, Armenia, Juno 1 Tho prison £n Van, where the Armenian prison- ers ore confined, is located under the shadow of tho city wall and at a point where tho ground is so low as to re- ceive the drainage of tho rest of tho city. Like the other building's of the city, it is built of sun-driad brick laid in mud. The prison is a one-story building and with no provison for keeping it dry. The inner prison con- sists of six long, narrow rooms, three on each side of a common passagowuy into which they open. Kach room is 12 feet wi'la and from 30 to 40 feet long, has two windows at tho outer end and two small windows and a door at the inner end, opening into the passage. During tho last winter from thirty to forty men were crowded into each of these rooms, sleeping on tho floor, a ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 July 1895

r ' 1j § / % i ! 1 8 R h 1 I! ' I f hi ot •t* i; ot w tl The Mincola Monitor. FRANK M. SEWUL, Editor m< Proprietor. J. II. COX. Aaaoociate Editor id lanaeer SUBSCRIPTION KATES One Copy One Year >1 00 One Copy Hi* Months 50 Advertising rates furnished on appli- cation. W. B. TEAGARDEN-- AGAINST LOCAL OPTION. CONTINUUM FROM Ibt l'AGE. ligious, us decent, as moral, as ex- emplary in their private liven as yourselves; and they entertain a profound respect for religion and earnestly desire to see men moder- ate and temperate in all things. I understand also the full force of another of your "stop thief" cries; the shibboleth of your cam- paign by which you seek to cover up your tracks and destroy the ef- fect of the arguments of those who expose you rather than to meet tlu-in in a manly way; that is your statement that those who oppose you are the defenders of the saloon and all ifs evils. One who has had no I'Aporienoe with prohibition campaigners might expect that from t'iM.'M' p...

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