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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 20 September 1912

uv. v. £„~'Yd\/i 'V*:^ <• . >'q Lik ' "'T^T tgi sh|-''. . >jr -..• // 4 xtM I JuriiciouH mlvurtiH- Injc has mml«- a buc- (M'HH < f many hiiHi- hchh onterpriHCH t ry it for your own. The circulation of The Nowh i« not world wide, hut wi* reach the people of a lar^e territory. Vol. XXIX, No. 15 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1912 1883 Webb & Hill ( \ S. WEBB, Attorney at Law—L. H. HILL, Notary Public Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. ...THE OLDEST REAL ESTATE FIRM IN NORTHWEST TEXAS... Law 1 Vc attend to all hinds of liti- gation, draw wills, deeds, and all kinds of legal instruments. Notary Public in o ffice. Give us your legal business. Real Estate and Live Stock We sell all kinds of teal estate and live stock and we spare no expense to find buyers for you. List your property with us for sale. Loans [Vc represent several Loan companies and can make you any size loan desired, on land in this and adjoining coun- ties. (live us your loa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 20 September 1912

.:& . ■H sllH :'Vi |-1*'JI The Albany Livery Stable and Wagon Yard I am now the Manager of the above and if you desire anything in my line, please call on me. In connection with the daily mail lines from Albany to Throckmorton, Woodson, Lusk and Fort Griffin, passengers, expressage and small freight will be carried at reasonable rates. I represent the Pierce-hordyce Oil Co., and the best Oil, Gasoline and Naptha always on hand at the lowest rates. GOOD TEAMS WILL HE FURNISHED AND IVAGO.Y YARD EN GOOD SHAPE S. A. NEWCOMB, Manager. THE ALBANY NEWS Issued Every Friday Morning. PAUL BAKFR, - • • Publisher. red at th * I' m* Ofttcw «t Albany. Tvxiih, mm St'cori'J Clin* Mail Matter, Subscription $ /.no Per War. LRU)A V, SEPTEMBER -><>, tyis Push, grit, enterprise, and cheerfulness, these will bring you success when all other things Call. Albany has no artificial assets to speak of except her schools. Why not make them the best possibly? The best seed for the farmer to save is...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 20 September 1912

msuM&ssmmt ^——■ .i Ji1iiil11ii,)i:>lii'1l|lHirTi.iri("i'1 .■ \ito*. • iTUlli ■ lHlllnt+ntemWnixmil—'l*'." mm tY"v r tfSJfc m OJINAGA FALLS INTO THE REBELS HANDS FEDERALS MAKE FUTILE STAND AGAINST INSURRECTOS. OROZCO IS REPORTED THERE Believed Fall of Town Means New Base of Operations for Revolu- tionary Commander. Maria, Texas: The town of OJinaga, nr noHK thi- Rio Grande from I'resldlo, Texas, was captured Wednesday night lty rebel troops. Tho story of the Federal defenders left liy (Sen. San- chez when ho crossed to the Texas nido wan told by United States Army ■officers and Mexican secret, service men who returned here from Presidio. They htid watched the hattlo with field glasses from the Texas side of the river The easualtios are placed at three Federals hilled and seven wounded. The ri«t>t>Ls lost ten hilled and a ureal number wounded. Among those killed on th© Federal side was 1'anclio San- chez, a nephew of Gen. Jose de la Cruz Sanchez. A well posted secret agen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 20 September 1912

a?;" THH ALBANY NKWSli PAUL BAKE.ll, Publisher j\MiA\Y, • TI-A'AS ' i HAS PLAN TO OPEN WED STATES HAS RUSK IRON FURNACE CLOSE WATCH ON CUBA WHEN OUR CLIPPERS SAILED Henry C-ibot Lodge Writes of Amer. ican Vessels That Were Famous In Their Day. i bail something of the son in Hos- Ion, for my father wus a China mer- chant, (ii«j after the fashions of the merchants of those days, hail his of- fice in the granite block which stretched down to the end of Com- mercial wharf, Senator Henry Cabot Lodge writes in Scrlbner's. My fath- er's counting room was at the very end in the last division of the block, nnd from the windows I could look WANTS CITIES TO GIVE STATE REFUSAL OF PIPE CONTRACTS. INSPECTS THE STATE PRISON Mr. Colqiutt and Prospective Lieu- tenant Governor and Attorney Gcrcnal Have Busy Day. Husk, Te\- Holy coniti oiling ol' I |h penitent iarv Cov. foliiuitt has <l< fin- II lo the reop- iron furnace at the Husk proposes to put tin; out on the ships lying alongside the . sme...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 20 September 1912

«r, / «*- ■ :;. ! i 0 PRODUCTION OF ONION SETS Industry Is Now Receiving More Gen- eral Attention Than Formerly —Market Is Wide. (I!y \V. It. BKATTIB.) The term "sot," as applied to the o-lion, Indicates a small, undersized bulb which, when replanted In the ground, will produce a large onion. Thin method of producing onions Is perhaps the oldest and now the most, universally employed for the growing of small areas of onions In thu garden and where an early crop is desired. The common method of producing sets 1b to plant a large quantity of seed on a small area of rather rich html and Onion Sets Drying on Trays Piled in a Field. thus procure a great number of bulbs that are undersized, owing to crowd- ing and lack of plant food. The greater number of these bulbs do not attain sufficient size or maturity to produce seed the fallowing season and are really plants in which the process of growth lias been arrested. In the United States the onion set Industry is largt ly confined to a few...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 20 September 1912

m •Ob. r- "THINGS CONGRESSMAN STANLEY SAID 01- COL. HOOSEVELT'S FINANCIAL AID. WIDOW AND ORPHAN ROBBED "Isln Talk Conoernlng the Man Who Contributed $50,000 of Other Peo- People's Money to Aid in the Elec- tion of T. R. People everywhere are linking why Oeorgo Perkins, late of .1. I'. Morgan | A. Co., and now of the llurvostur trust, 1* such an enthUHiiiHtic Progressive, • lid why Mr. Roosevelt has mudu him his oamimlgn chairman. I loth have explained, each Ih pleased with the other ttoosevelt tells us of Perkins' <iomtn«: to hl\n, hut perhaps, when all 1b known, it, will develop that he went after Perkins! Mr. Morgan's ex partner has hern Advocating UiIh long lime the creation «f a court of big business at the cap!tjii city which, as we understand his proposition, will leave the govern- ment very little to do. TIiIh la similar to Roosevelt's plan to establish an uu- tocrntii: stewardship of the public wel- fare untrauinielcd by courts or by con- Kresn When great men think along ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 20 September 1912

Judge R. L. Allen made a bus- iness trip to Lueders Thursday Taylor and Fred Reynolds were in from the ranch Wednesday. ISP Drugs Something everybody uses more or less of, and always want the purest and best on the market. We handle only the best, and will treat you with courtesy and fair dealing when you call on us. JEWELRY, TOILET ARTICLES, ETC. GREGG'S The Popular Store. J flow's This? offer Onn Hundred DollnrH lli'wnrd for any ,<>f OiLarrh Unit cuiimit In wired by Hull's rh cjuw. t\ i. frfir:.vKY .v Co., Toii'iiu. I. the iiiuliTNiuncM. Ititv*• known I .1 < henry inj lust Hi yeurn. hikI hntU-vr liim imrleetly lion- I* in All htlHlneHM trUhHUf tllHIM lllld fltlilIII-llllt)' io carry out. any obligations imtde hy his firm. Wm.dino, Kinnan «1r MAirVIN. Wholesale Dniuuihm, Toledo. <). tll'H Catarrh ■dun1 ih taken liiternully. uetlni/ • IV upon Hie blood and imiitniiH Hiirfiteiti of triA In. TwMiiioiiIhIh (tent free. Frlre 7f cunts por e. Hold by all DruKiMntM, K'' Hair* T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 20 September 1912

Wm M S.s II II 'fPSl ■Mill! mtmmmmm Telephone and Find Jut What wns llie wentliei report What is the uiirkrl price of col Ion 'Hns iny tentn left town l there miv freight lor me l)o you want to liny any liutter or cutis When is the meetinit Who was elertrd The telephone answers these and many other questions for thou- sands of f a r in e r s every day. The cost of n telephone on your farm is small The savings great Our nearest manager will tell you nhout it or write to THE Southwestern Jk'% Telegraph and Telephone Co. DALLAS. ■ TEXAS ^ I Notice of Sale of Real Estate Under Execution Sale. THE STATE OF TEXAS | County of Shackelford j In the District Court of Taylor County, Texas, 42 Judicial Dis- trict, B. F. Townsend vs. M. F. Conger et al. Whereas by virtue of an Alias Execution issued on the 8th day of August A. D. 11>12 out of the District Court of Taylor County, Texas, on a Judgment rendered in said Court, on the 17th day or September, A. D. 1909, in favor of the said B. F. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 27 September 1912

(y,-v p*-££ l ■imh m-mm Hi, ? ■ :'i'': JudiciouH advertis- ing has rnurie a ruc- cohh of many forni- iH-M «• 111 «-i i i i try il. fur your own. Tin* circulation of Tho Nowh i.n not world wido, lint ••.•• rc.ifh 1 he people < I' a larKo territory. Vol. XXIX, No. 16 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1912 Nothing add* more to the tone of any bu«ine s than u«eof nice, neatly printed stationery. ■ 'i | The Mewl la pre- ■ thu.l pared to do t kind of printing nhort not1*:# and %i rwuonab* prices Whole Number 14m <yv, ,l Jl 'Vv.i/U v9' 1883 % Webb & Hill 1912 S. WEBB, Attorney at Law—L. H. HILL, Notary Public Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. ...THE OLDEST REAL ESTATE FIRM IN NORTHWEST TEXAS Law IIill Icnil fc all li/tds of liti- gation, lira.v wills, iliwils, and nil kinds of legal instruments. Notary Publie in office. Give ns yonr legal hn si ness. Real Estate and Live Stock /1 e sell all {•inds of teal estate and live stock and we spare no expens...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 27 September 1912

V I ■: J]\ • t— . ®in," .rff-'r.i / Costs Less Bakes Better CALUMET m xing ■my POWDER viV • • tv • "u".r. I T '••* 'fc'r *<*>'! • ' i .«*! Ul<. -O'tK- An a si. ii of increased pros- perity over the state of Texas the report or condition of the National hanks over the state show an increase of deposits, and also an increase in loans and dis- counts over conditions of the previous year. ECONOMY —that's orio thing you aro —11 1 "m I uKian K>r in theso J ay a c;f liipli living cost—Calumet in.aires a v.oiuler- ful saving in your !n\iii:c. ] •■.it it dues more, ltinsureawh'jl'j.-omo food,I." t> -■ .lifnrmly raised [ood. Calumet ii i ih:1t rl^lit—(o wll ' j 1>: lm rizlit. A lt anu ibc miHto :, of wnr.ic n • > I,—> r :i 1< yi '.r grocer. received h:c: :st ;' akos W'JrUS I1'!,' i ■ nt] • "i-ii,'' i, > i iirn, !!'. Parii C :potUum, i . . ic , fn Vi, l'Ji2. •i&ftOKM/mmi •rrr^i r/n'i siV? money ti'hcn yen h;il :r[> < r hiq-cun bakinff pour . J—more whole...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 27 September 1912

■1" • M .../-vaasc • hF!P-'H ; ■ 1 [he Lay' |h'' <nui Li'--1 [rcii 1las I GO f oft< of < |rrh < thi (l.ir I tit III. I'll nll> ( Icily i llio n IUH « Jil In : Li*' n 1 tin L K R HAIL AND WIND DESTROY PROPERTY DAMAGE IN CITY OF COLEMAN TOTALS ABOUT $10,000. IS SEVERE AT SANTA ANNA from the north- 'tiiollshod all win- 1111(1 oust. sI<1<• n of town. Tho wind smokestacks ami buildings, blow mill broke onl Cotton Crop In Storm Zono Is De- stroyed or Damaged—No Lives Lost. Coleman, Texas: The most sevein wind ami hall storm for years Btruek this town Friday evening at 5:110 o'clock, hutting for thirty minutes ami during tliut time did damage in the city limits amounting to about $10,- 000. The storm came oast and tho hall d down on tho north the buildings In the blew down awnings partially unroofed down swinging signs plate grass fronts. All tho colt.on fields in tho path of tho storm wore destroyed and the loss to tho farmers can not, at this time, ho estimated. Ther...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 27 September 1912

TUB ALI5ANY NEWS PAUL BAKER, Publisher ALBANY, - TEXAS 1 < County fairs are an infallible tndl cation of cooler weather. Missouri's peanut crop U short, bul the country'* crop of peanut politic* Is a wonder. A paragraphs asks: "Is poker a (ambling game?" Net with aouiu dealers we k>ew. Dr. Ann Skaw, whe avers that women wUl (II mea'a sheen. presum- ably refers to Ckleae* Man weat to Mtui the fuaeral of tils motker-la-taw ao4 feund Iter alive. And yot Hno peeple are not catisileil with their tot. A motereyrllct, to be sure, might give the girl behind him soaie sort of handlebar te clime to, but ha usually ■eoins to prefer the hug. Still, there I* aethlas to shovr that • "synthetic" rabber tire will be cheaper or last aay longer thaa the kind you hare always bought. If Htlmiilatlag the thyroid gland wll^ make mo« taller, scientists eight to be able to tap Keaetbing er oiher to niako mcu wiser, handsomer and bet- ter. "Pie," says aa exchange, "is an ex- pression of the seal." Yot...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 27 September 1912

K>1- " .F "I HAVE NO ONE WITH ME BUT THE PEOPLE!" y folpre:^t T nt- Cr CLlli O Oo <o Q ^ )• •' r <00.00 ri°°^ o v4yr/// ° o o v*r^° 7v $ CAMPAIGN FUNDS COULDN'T HAVE DONE BETTER I Marriage Arrangement Seemed Some- ' thing of a Bargain, but It Turned Out Happily. George A Birmingham, (lie widely known writer, Bays there is no coun- try in the -world where marriage, at least in the peasant elans, is more a matter of bargaining, and yet shows a higher average of stability and con- tent than Ireland. Sometimes the man has never seen the woman be- fere they are brought together, the precise number of pounds, sows, or pigs to be handed over having been fc.v that time settled. This Is illustrated in personal recol- lections just published by an Irish woman. She was visiting with an Runt a cottage In the neighborhood, Hud admired a Una mahogany chest of drawers. " 'Twas for that I was married," said the mistress of the cottage. A yown< farmer had also seen and ad- mired A bargai...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 27 September 1912

MADE THE WRONG QUOTATION v. e seldom talio (i deep una vital lnU'r<Ht. in i.hn ulTiiirs of our nuigb bars mi I i'kh they nwft us money. DAMAGE FROM INSECT iP0,S0mNG BY C0TT0N SEED One of Best of Fattening Agents for - ... . _ . . Live Stock, but Injurious if Ear-Worm Is Becoming Serious | FeCi t00 Long If ynwr •T'pH.ifr is not wlint it rIiouM b* prrhnf^ 7«1;tl;triit in cl• • \« loj iiu'. It nflVets t\w uIh)1c OX 11)1 X K will clfar • wnv the tfrtiim, ri«l von >f Miliaria and generally improve your condition. Adv. KM Pest in the Corn Bolt. i ■ A Guess. "Why did Maud want to go Into the *arden, Kir'.'" "I KiipiKiK", cliiltl. slid thought Sweet William wax then'." Willie's Strategy. "Uncle fleorga I wIhIi you wouldn't *tve Willln uny more nickels." "Why, that's all right, Jane. The little fallow ran right up tho front Stalls to put tho colli 111 his HUVllIgS bank." "And he ran right down tho hack •Uilrs to tin! ncurntit candy shop " Comparatively Easy. "Snlppii Kay« that managing...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 27 September 1912

V. fhe Albany Livery Stable and Wagon Yard I am now the Manager of the above and if you desire liny thing in my line, please call on me. In connection with Ihe daily mail lines from Albany to Throckmorton, Woodson, Li'.-'k and Fort Griffin, passengers, expressage and small freight will be carried at reasonable rates. I 1 represent the Pierce-1'ordyce Oil Co., and the best Oil, liasoline and Naptha always on hand at the lowest rates. I GOOD TEAMS WILL BE FURNISHED AND WAGON YARD IN GOOD SHAPE S. A. NEWCOMB, Manager. •• Bert Cloud returned Tuesday from a trip to Houston. C'apt. G. E. Waters was in Al- bany on business Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Newcomb were passengers to Cisco Wed- nesday. M. C. Taylor brought cotton to j the gin Thursday. "Let 'er buck." Air Dome! Saturday night, Sept. 28. I A. 0. Hill had cotton ginned in Albany Thursday. Mr. Cobl) of Abilene had bu«- AH kinds of first-class How's Thisr* off'T One iltihilml h'.ilatM it \* ,«i i of t Harih that r;iiiimt l«' rtlfWl l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 27 September 1912

"V Lv? I k-, & •. 4.- * u , % >: '"- J&4F -l#^'^ •a: " ' - •«*« -:■••' Hi The Telephone Rood to Every Market Are you up on current dairy prices during the scarce season ? The farmer with a Bell Telephone is "wise" and he sells at the market's height. Why not share your telephone-con- nected neighbors ad- vantages. Apply to our nearest manager for information, or write THE SOUTHWrSURfl ftf *' TflfORAPH and IfllPHONf (0. DA! I AS. Tf X AS. •-rEEFEF -1EE "id Notice of Sale of Real Estate Under Execution Sale. THE STATE OE TEXAS I County of Shackelford | In the District Courf of Taylor- County, Texas, 42 Judicial Dis- trict, B. E. Townsend vs. M. E. Conner el al. W I', ureas by virtue of an Alias Execution issued on the 8th day of August A. D. 1012 out of the District Court of Taylor (bounty, Texas, on a Judgment rendered in said Court, on the 17th day or September, A. I). l'JOl), in favor of the said IS. E. Townsend, and against Mrs. M. E. Congir, W. T. J Sol t. S. A. Meeks ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 4 October 1912

Judicious iulv<!rtiH- inft ha« made a huc- cchh of many IiuhI- noHH cnUirpriHCH try it for your own. The circulation of The Nowh in not world wide, hut w<- reach the people of a larRe territory. Nothing adds more to the tone of any business than the use of nice, neatly printed stationery. The News is pre- pared to do this kind of printing on short notice ana at £^easonable prices. Vol. XXIX, No. 17 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1912 Whole Number 1481 mm® 1883 ¥ Webb & Hill 1912 S. WEBB, Attorney at Law—L. H. HILL, Notary Public Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. ...THE OLDEST REAL ESTATE FIRM IN NORTHWEST TEXAS... Law ll 'c attend to all kinds of liti- gation, draw wills, deeds, and all let/ids of legal instruments. Notary Public in o ffice. Give us your legal business. Real Estate and Live Stock 11 'e sell all kinds of teal estate and live stock and ice spare no expense to Jim/ buyers for yon. List your property with us for sale Loans We rep...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 4 October 1912

'•• 'i-i ./>'•. " '£•: . jf '• • --'ir*". vT*«tfv • " -< sVT<t . Bi THE ALBANY NEWS Issued Every Friday Morning. PAUL BAKER, - - - Publisher. Dotorcd at the PoHt Office at Albany, Texas, as Second OIuhh Mail Matter. Subscript on $1.00 Per Year. FRIDAY, OCTOBER ./. nji. vocate of any of these until the last few years and some of them he has not championed until he became a third-term candidate. There has been a good deal writ ten in the papers lately about the banks in the larger cities of the state helping the farmers. P'at!es wt>re arrested and hold their cotton for a better A WORTHY EXAMPLE. A number of business men of Sherman have signed an agree- ment to go to the cotton fields every evening at four o'clock to assist the farmers in picking their cotton. The Dallas Times- Herald makes the pertinent sug- gestion that if all the loafers in Sherman and Dallas and other put to work in the cotton fields, the Snow Coming OCTOBER notice business men would not have to price. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 4 October 1912

' .' V,; ;««rj 1 • • j r*' «• . I ► .! STORAGE OF POTATOES Well Ventilated House Is Abso- lutely Essential. One Important Item to Remember It That Building of Green Lumber and Sawdust Will Likely Cause Ruin of Tubera. (Dy 11. B. HUSHING, Missouri.) To build a sweet potato storage house or dry kiln that will hold 2,000 buslielB, mark off a foundation 22x38 feet, extending east and west. Then mark olf a 1-foot space all around this on the Inside and build a con- crete wall two feet high and one foot thick, with an even, level surface to lay the sill on. Cut ofT eight foot at the east end and build a concrete wall one foot thick from side to side, the sumo height as the outside wall. In the center of the east-end space dig a cellar six feet deep, live feet wide and ton feet long, leaving a live- foot shelf on each side. This cellar Is to be used for a fire-boju where you place a stove to produce heat for tho house. Cement the entire bottom, BldeB and top surfaco of the ground In the 20...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 4 October 1912

>/• — -'C .,<■■. :n ^ to sstaaaasa THE ALBANY NEWS 4'xi m ■&, yi ! PAUL BAKER, Publisher .ALU ANY, it.. . TEXAS PROPER DUTIES OF CITIZEN As Outlined Many Centuries Ago, They Are Essentially the 8ame Today. Two things, men of Athens, are characteristic of a right-minded cltl- *en (If so I may speak of myself and five the least offense): When he Is an authority, his constant aim should be to preserve the dignity and pre- eminence of the commonwealth; and at all times and under all circum- stances blB sfrtrlt should be loyal. This depends upon the heart within him; success and conquest upon other things. Such a spirit, you will find, I have steadily cherished. Observe: When my parson was demanded— when they brought Amphlctyonic suits against me—when they menaced — when they promised you great re- wards to give me up—when they set these miscreants like wild beasts upon me—never did I for a moment waver In my loyalty to you. From first to last I chose an honest and straight- fo...

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