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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 8 November 1912

cfifts.% '•r"ff!gg¿ "gr-'iigsv- AND NEWS-CHRONICLE Volurane XXVIII i 1 M us i On a^ Rock There's nothing like a solid foundation. That's why we founded our bank upon the solid rock of "stability." Our bank is one in which people deposit their money with a feeling of con- fidence and security, because it's built upon this solid foundation. We feel justified in asking for your business upon this ground alone, but there are other things we have to offer, among them courtesy and an earnest desire to be of service to you. The First State Banl^ CALDWELL, TEXAS Guaranty Fund BanK We Are Prepared to Do Your Job Printing—Call Us Up! Were'e Always on the Watch for novelties anil extra bargain with which to please our numerous ]<atrons. We never let a chance slip to give our customer the benefit of our experience in securing the best possible values for money. This fact, and our known ex- cellence of service throughout the store, accounts for the growing popularity of our establishment and ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 8 November 1912

M Bj S? i lv not vsry much i community at this writ The weather is cold und , the summer wearing ia laid aaide. There ban Mil ffcore improvement on the ireh aohool. Last Sunday night all the Ming people enjoyed a party at jome of Afttiit Urlnkman Sr tfc| yooarfelkittee eifcc* aa joily time to-night át the ie Euerhardt. A dance ieSAven m* oW of hie birthday B. C. Poehles and son made a trip to Caldwell Saturday. Mrs. Otto Meier spent Sunday At the home of It. C. Poebls. Mr. Frank Popek Sr. has been very ill but is improving very rapidly. David Poehls visited Alexan- der Koehler Jr. Sunday after* noon. 8ince the last news from the community a slow rain has fnllen and the stock have plenty of Water at the present. The rain was appreciated by all. There was preaohing as usual at the German churoh Sunday, and a singing in the afternoon at three o'clock. Henry Poehls made a trip to the city one day this week. A Urge crowd was well en- tertained at the home of Alex- ander Koehler Sr., Sund...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 8 November 1912

niiwan iKtTriii' mmm ipnim pap MMM Can Be Had In The "PUBLIC SALE" atasav.ngtovqu all the way DOES A, SAVING LIKE THAT JUSTIFY VOU TO COME AND INVESTIGATE? ) I fll PWETI BUILDING Last Friday evening actba residence of R. 8. Bowers, a de- lightful Halloween party wes given by Mrs. Bowsrs for the entertainment of Mr. Bowers' Sunday School class of the Meth- odist church. All decorations and games bore out tffe Hallow- een idea. Miss Loula Morgan was disguised as a witch, and re- ceived the guests at the door as they arrived. Mlsi Inez Al ford president at the punch bowl and dispensed punch to the guests from time to time dur- icg the evening' * entertainment. The guests amused themselves with innocent games, all carry- ing out the Halloween idea. Near the close of the evening's entertainment, there came in s surprise party of young people disguised as ghosts ahd created -quite a deal of fun with their weird disguises. All and in all, it was an ideal Halloween affair and made for the c...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 8 November 1912

*>■1 ,é|,|. ijQt i>!' t * : ' ■' • ' >: " Mil Se ; w pm at the !—!= GaMwoü, Texas, 9 Advertising R«tM Om Insertion —10o per inch PER MONTH following number of inohs must be «sed weekly to obtain thee monthly rate. 1 to $¥ Inch* 60c per Inch 10 to 80 « ~~.60e 50 to 60 « 10 la 100" .. .... - 40c All advertlslnf run until ordered oat. M .48e '« " •< «r Sin mSm Local readers five cents per line each Insertion Subscription Per Year Si.00 (Invariably in Advanoe.) Meat Prices la England. Whatever else may be said, it is * serious reflection upon the intell- igence of American statesmanship that has controlled the arrange- ment of our tariff schedules so that the consumers of meat in the United States are compelled to buy it at prices averaging about 30 per cent higher than consumers in England have to pay. An under- standing of the means by which that country is supplied explains the situation. The American pack- er, as one of them said recently, "is equipped to handle the trad...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 8 November 1912

Y V Km i • s * HEALTH IIWIIsl II It I >-irr2fx'CSK seal neighbor, in reply to the per- ^ ' wy inquiry of the Ssrcastic of Skeedee. "Yon tee, my "Just coi l* (Interjected the veteran, grimly. "And you wouldn't enjoy good health if you had it The only kind of health, Akinside, that you really enjoy ia the kind with com- plicated and repulsive symptoms that you can relate, recite and reiterate with chaatened glee to whoever will listen to you. You enjoy poor health b'cua it givea you aomething to brag about You and your kind of chron- ic complainera believe that it makea you diatingfiished. or unique, or aomething to go wailing through life, boaating about how much more mis- erable you am than anybody else, and—" If you don't want lo hear—" "Of course I don't! Who'n'ell ■ever wanted to hoar a dyspeptic tell his symptoms? I merely asked you <out of politeness and not b'cui I had the slightest desire to know. Q'day!" —.Kansas City Star. VERY LIKELY ! "We sigh for things that mother...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 8 November 1912

.f? 5L i yT >-il ■fea Mid promptly M Dr. J. B. Houston v. at • and All CongKH- men and member of Legislature Are Pernoctáis But One—Wilson and . Colquitt Poll Big Vote. Th« Noted Texas Horee Bfaoer, |le Wednesday atorases Lisbsrmsn wh badly a runaway. She bad ber lnp bugfjr and «ae go ra In the flat alter tbe week's washing, when thn horse got frightened and ran down the hill, near the Union Warehouse, causing hsr to be thrown oat oo the ground with the great force. The right sids of her head and laee were badlj bruised, her vight wrist sprained, and her body badly bruised. The boras ran with tbe children till tbe buggy ran into the corner Tf a fence, then b topped ,~The chil- dren managedj to stay-in tta buggy and^were not injured. J sets sppssn to l s*s been ® to moat counties in • oaly todi- Louis Giddingsl went to'the rps cue with his automobile" and carried her and the ehiidren home where a physician ttnme diately was summoned. She is doing nicely, though her in- juries an r...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 8 November 1912

, * * K '-5 " ".. U ■' W*1 Crpjrijht Hut Schadhcr k. Man Clothing that's • • f-' | ~\f Ma.de R.i^ht That's where we shine. You don't simply buy cloth that is thrown together and called clothing. Our clothing is made by tailors and not by "saleers."' You cai^'t buy an/ shoddy "Cj-jeap JoUp'*',plothing at our sto^e, yet we will sell you booH clothes as* cheaply as you pa'y for shoddy stuff. It's got to be good, for we stand back of every garment we sell, so you run no ris^in what you buy from us. >k Men's half wool suits $5.00, $7.50 and $ 10.00 and nothing shoddy. Men's all wool suits $10.00, $12 50, $15.00, $17.00, $1H,50 $20.00, $22.50 and $25 00 and nothing shoddy , Man's overcoats $3.50, $5 00, $7.50, $10.00, $12.50, $15.00, $17.00, $18.50, $20.00, and $22.50 and nothing shoddy. Men's pants $1.00, $150, #2.00, $2.50, $3 00, 8.50, 4 00, 4.50, 5-00 and 6.00 and nothing shoddy. Boys' knee pants suits $1.50, 2.00, 2'50, 3.00, 3.60, 4.00, 4.50, 5.00, 6.00, 7.50 and 10.00 and noth- ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 8 November 1912

l$á Vf the MglrMiiiMMTC) orer heard tbe glory. ta a big rod brick 'CM CHASIS boon fallad ooe by oao «uta romalaod atandin* Ml a tew This oak stood In a oomer not far from the front fence. It was the noot perfect specimen of fine, sym* metrical forest tree to be found In that part of the county, and Aunt Patsy had always been very proud of it. 'It's a grand type of endurance,' she bad often been heard to ssy. 'Why, per- fect as that tree Is, ft ought to bo BOO years from now.' Know- lag those to be her sentimenta, the ■arprise of the neighbors was na- . Handed whan ft was learned that Aunt Patsy had sent for two wood- cutters and had ordered them to «hop down the oak tree three foot "A few days after the tree had been ad and dragged away I was walk- past Aunt Patsy's house with Craig. Craig was a man who liaft managed my father's farm (or amnl years. Wem the top of his head to the sole of his foot Craig paaeated a very peculiar appearanee, feat his most striking «Ingle feature was hi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 15 November 1912

s] >: cBftSL. AND NEWS-CHRONICLE ..ni i i i,, in.iif' ■ ' ' Caldwell, Burleson County, Texae, November is, 191a Volumne XXVIII lr* On Cl Rock There's nothing like t solid foundation. That's why we founded our bank upon the solid rock of "stability." Our bank is one in which people deposit their money with a feeling of con- fidence and security, because it's built upon this solid foundation. We feel justified in asking for your business upon this ground alone, but there are other things we have to offer, among them courtesy and an earnest desire to be of service to you. The pirst State Banl^ CALDWELL, TEXAS Guaranty Fund Bank Are Prepared to Do Your Job Printing—Call Us Up! Were'e Always on the Watch for novelties and extra bargains with which to plettRe our numerous patrons. Wt never let a chance «lip to give our customers the benefit of ur experience in securing the best possible values for money. This fact, and our known ex- cellence of service throughout the store, accounts fo...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 15 November 1912

V ' -i* ' üa 2 w ' ■ My?\4 «S llf^ Moa* November tes- Judge B. R. Sink" on and District Attorney prosecuting for the grand jury wis em- and sworn and are as W. C. Carroll, foremen, Oldham, prank Dusak, P. H. K. Hiokey, James G. R. Higxuon, J. W. Louis Pennington, Geo. Tom Henderson, J. K. The following riding bailiffs i sworn to vide for the grand r: W.8. Houston, E. A. Bilis. Brown, C. A. Langlots. Fain, Jim Gray. Henry while Gne Lehde was in as door bailiff, it to be the general belief there was considerable for the grand jury to do the way ot investigating eases of whioh the likely be pretty full ' next «reek. ' JURY SECOND WEEK. , S. Brosddus Frits Kiel Adams Val Krall , J. Leshiker C.L. Kornegay i Albreight J. D. Holt i Kristoff J. J, Krenek Lesikar F. £. Kallus I Coufal W. K. Janoik . H. Sands H. Homeyer > Kristof Walter Jester Boyd j. W. Jenkins Louis Giddings W. Hejl F. H, Baker Joe Havel | J. K. Little W. T. Kesse E, Lane J. M. Lore A. H. Kiaggman H. R. Éelly i 1). C. Wa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 15 November 1912

'*> A; HHBSlilM mmkM •-/ ndWorn By Can Be Had In The "PUBLIC SALE4 at a savino to you all the way fr. DOES A SAVING LIKE THAT JUSTIFY YOU TO COME AND INVESTIGATE? HWETIBULDIN6 B. L. LEVINSON Mn. B. F. Delaineter is visit- ing relatives in Sherman. Editor A. P.FIaningan of the Navasota News was here Tues- day. Mrs. J. P. Irwin returned to daase Wednesday after visiting tfas family of her mother. Last Saturday Mrs. Anna tttriokert had the misfortune to loss an $85.00 horse. Dr. J. I). Dorbandc of lam- pasas visited tbe family of A. ■C. Murray this week. * Miss Irna Holmes left Wed- nesday far Houston where she will attend the carnival. Just reoeived a oar of red, rust proof, seed oats. Vasor Nlz. sdvt. Rev. J. R. vjit went to Georgetown Tuesday to visit friends and relatives. Mrs. J. P. Erwiti of Qause visited tie fx mil v of ber mother Mra. Liza* Porter this week. J. A. Bowers and son shipped two cars of cattle to the market at Fart Worth the middle of the week. I t < Our lumbe...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 15 November 1912

20o per inch W4 PER MONTH The following number of lnehs must be leed weekly to obtain thee monthly rate* 1 to 9K loche sr 60c per Inch 10 to 80 « ... fiOo " M St to 60 " 48e " " M to 100 " 40b 44 " All «dvertUInf run until ordered out. Local readers ttve cents*per line eaeh insertion Subscription Per Year fl.00 (Invariably in Advance.) The life of many an innocent girl has been wrecked on account of the foul mouth of some street-loaf- ing and his pals have joined in the talk uutil her name has become a byword in the mouths of fools—all without the least foundation.> The young man who, has nothing better to do than to loaf the streets, smoke cigarettes and defame the name of a woman, is too bad a character to be allowed to run loose. One of the best ways of showing that you believe in the success of in local enterprises and take an interest in every movement that makes for the welfare ¡of your fel- low man. exchange truthfully says that one trouble with this world is that there ar...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 15 November 1912

ÍS5: '. As? "W . : " t Your j doesn't get" •he stronger wash is out in the air while you are still ru , neither is' but ibbE*. sod _ ruhi the Of SB srid Washing strength, ♦«tnri'r *n<i fMhtti uve your i Rub-No-More ¥ will not only clsan year clothe* quickly, bat will also give tbem that snowy whiteneM and CaiheNnptbs Soap will diilelict end give them iln^ sod Mflritevjr odor. Try both next wtuh day. I Cotton. £xposition Waco November 2-17 LOW FARES via Tickets on sale daily, No- vember 1 to 17, inclusive, 1912, limited to return from Waco, November 18, 1912. Shorter limited tickets, on sale at lower fares. For detail information «es Santa Fe Agent <>r nddrcas \V. S. Kienan, G. A., Galveston 5 X"* CSS" X Mules For Sale. havH a nice bunch oí 2 and 8 yeii- old rati If* that are dandies —these mules arn unbroken. but good unen if vou are in the mar ket for mule«, why see me before buyiug. Located in the lot next to Ab Hughes bam. J. P. McConnell. KM jtf webstefó New Internation...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 15 November 1912

Not 17,1012.... • Me. 2.8*4 Chspters. Hebrey people in sod tbelr trouble, G. B. BEgg*. j.1 - t. The story of Moeee. n flnt forty yüM oI in Egypt.—Mím Duckworth. - (b) The eecond forty' yean of preparation in the wilderness and oall to «ervioe.—Mr , itt. • dethrere iiie peo. pie.—kliee Louise Wotipks. (d) Moeee the Law Giver.— Jnh Garrett. 8. What Moess* life toscbes us, by the union. ,4. Duet.—Miaeee Kate Hund. ty >ad Dena Haddoz. era mi Me Garret! Moeee Many Caldwell people have chronic appendicitis (which la not very pain* M) and think it is just bowel and atoaach trouble. Some have doctored for years for gas on the stomach, soar etomach or constipation and 8tone & Hibohcock states if they will try simple buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as compounded in Adler-ik-a the German appendicitis remedy, they wil be sur- prised at the QUICK benefit. A SINGLE DOSE stops these troubles 1N8TANTLX. Advertised Letters. vi-íív it® The following is a lift of let* remaining uncalled for in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 15 November 1912

* -s 0*u filled hit res- it t Cravy Chap- . afternoon. This ras the Utt servios for this cor.. fsreuce year, and the entire membership and alao the many of Rev. Ogle will be glad have him return to this for another year. Fred, the little son of Mr. and i. "Kick, fell frotnr the gallery home Saturday after- breaking hie right arm just the elbow. A physician ealled immediately, who broken limb, aud at oren the little fellow ia resting") J. B. Jones and daughter, Miss^datnie, are both quite ill rith slow fever. " Riohard Wueneherantl George Bates of Lyons, were visitor re Sunday. Misses Lena and Mary Pick led Monday from attend- the Cotton Pal wee and visit- kg friends at Wsco. The Missss Adams and Woro- of Merle, were the gueats of liss Francis Wueucher Sunday. Mrs. M. Schoeneman was >pping at Lyons Monday. Madam Rumor says the air it« Hied with the quintessence of >rang* blossoms aud that wed- ling bells will ring soon. Leo. Go to Vaaor Nix for chope, inrts, bran, oats, hay, co...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 15 November 1912

«Ir*. T. M. Hunt has returned Cleburne after visiting rela- Miss Emmie Jannett left ttun- day for Waco to attend the cot* ton palace. r ' ,Y,,- J. C. Klebb. * ft W> S ' tmát Another Car Mitchell Wagons Another Car Moon Bros. & Banner Buggies One Car Buck Stoves OUR GUARANTEE BEHIND THEM Miss Ima Holmes attended the palace at Waco this T. J. Carter J. P. Buc- hanan cane np Sunday to be in readiness for court. Mrs. 6. D. Williams came up from Bomerville and visited friends here Saturday. Fred Bueh of Burton returned home Sunday from visiting the family of Capt. C. W. P, Windel. Harry McDaniel who has bsen with the Morey ' Faulhaber Co. left Friday for Houston. sr.*. IS#' Capt. C. W. F. Windel return- ed [Sunday from attending the cotton palace at Waco. Standard Sewing Machines Waukegan Wire, Hog Fencing, Iron Roofing Red Rust Proof Seed Oats Rape Seed Turnip Seed Seed Rye and Barley Burr Clover Onion Sets Oriole Flour-all the time Ducks are coming in--how about a gun? Single Sh...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 22 November 1912

isss "Ksywrcr- ANO NEWS-CHRONICLE •r ■«aMIaM IMT isolMaiad Pab. 1911 Volumne XXV111 Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, November as^ 191a Number 36 Not Boosting We would rather boost than boast, any time. We don't claim to be the whole works In the banking business. All that we claim Is that our stock holders and directors are plain business ea Just-like the rest of you, men who realise their responsibilities and expect that every customer shall be given a square deal. Further, we know that our bank is reliable, has abundant capital and surplus, and has an enviable reputation for fair dealing. If that's boasting then we have boasted, that's all, bul its all true. The First State Banl^ CALDWELL, TEXAS Guaranty Fund Bank We Are Prepared to Do Your Job Printing—Call U Up! Were'e Always on the Watch for novelties and extra bargains with which to pleaue our numerous patrons. We never let a chance slip to tfive our customers thi- benefit of our experience in securing the best possible value...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 22 November 1912

N# ¡p ¿píj Flanagan of Rockwall Is here on a v«4t to his E. L. Flanagan. Mrs. Frank Evird returned to II llano Saturday after a visit to relatives hero. T. G. Stilwell, auperintandem oI tba San ta Fe water service, ia here from Temple thí week iook- jjjgg after the interest of the ta Fe water plant here. •OUGHT RECREATION W TOIL There will be services at the Presbyterian Church hare next Hunday morning and evening. Hie public is cordially invited to attend. If you want your atock to took fat and elicit, give them plenty of the feed that comet from Vaaor Nix' atore. advt. On the evening of the 20th the Odd Fellows will give at their ball a banquet for the entertain sent of themselves and their in* rited guests. There will be oysters and a fine program of music. Held "Mission Festival" services were well attended at I m manual Lutheran church last Sunday. Rev. J. Behuken, one of Hous- ton's most noted speakers, de- livered two powerful and inter- esting sermons- The collections taken ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 22 November 1912

ffcanksilving Specials FROM NOW UNTIIL November 2Sth Thankgiving Day we Offer Following Specials 75 cent Table Damask 45c Mercerised Table Damask, 60 inches wide, full bleached patterns in stripes and figures, the quality will give excellent service, regular 75c value, Thanksgiving price per yard'. •.. 45c $1.00 Satin Damask 69c) ^ A popular grade of Table Damask, all fine linen, 72 inches wide and perfectly bleached, beautiful satin tiinished, in several different designs, Si.00 grade Thanksgiving price per yard 69c $1.50 Table Damask 95c This is a extra heavy grade of pure linen table Damask, 72 inches wide; the designs beautifuj satin finish, a grade that never sells below Si ">0. Thanksgiving special per yard .. 9jfc 50 Cent Fancy Table Linen 39c Red and Fancy Blue Table Linen, a standard cloth, the collors are guaranteed, the designs are new and beautiful, a good 50 cent value, Thanks- giving special per yard .. 39c $1.50 Damask Napkins 95c A full Dozen White pure Linen Tabl...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 22 November 1912

Adv rtl«lnf i Insertion — . tOo par loch fey'v- ífifcV- >/• PER MONTH The following number of Ineha muat be «•ad weekljr to obtain the* monthly CfM. 1 to $K Ineha ... .. .«Oc per inch 10 to 80 " — fiOc " M 10 to SO 44 ..46c " M it to 100 " .. ...... 40c •• " All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers Ave cento per line each insertion Subscription Per Year Si.00 (Invariably in Advance.) HOPE BECKONS ON. "The worldly hope men set their hearts upon turns to ashes—or it prospers; and the desert's face, lighting a little hour or two—is gone." The first thought of the poem bears no hint of attainment or re- ward of toil to man who, after hot pursuit, finds his joy "turned to dead seafruit" upon his lips, ashes of roses; but ever will man seek the attainments of heart's desire—for such is the nature of man. Nor will he take the warning or cogui- zance of the bleaching bones in the desert of lost dreams or its mile posts of shattered ideals. How much more pleasant to contem- pl...

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