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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 February 1913

•\k>" \ urleson County 1 it m ConaolM«l*d May ISO T AND NEWS-CHRONICLE Velumoe XXVIII mmmmmám Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, February si, 1913 Number la «olid comfort In having money in the Ink. But there is still more comfort if you know that the bank In which your money is de- pesitod la SAFE. Wa know juat how you feel about it, and con- duct our buainesa upon such conservative lines that ahaolute aacurlty ia aeaured all who intrust their funds to our care. Our business rscord spsaka for Itaalf and la eur beat recommendation NO ACCOUNT TOO SHALL FOR ATTENTION OUR CAREFUL The First State Banl^ CALDWELL, TEXAS Guaranty Fund BanK «JI.WI.IIU Jit, i. 'jmirwaii AND NOW—WE CAN DELIVER TO YOUR DOOR Unhappy Mexican Lore Affair. A few weeks ago a Mexican who worked on tbe railroad here fell desperately in love with a beautiful Mexican Señorita, and asked her to marry hiiu. Finally she accepted his offer of marri- age. One day after that, while he was calling on he *•> he was tellin...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 February 1913

7 1*2 Cants par Une fir* All mdan until ardarsd out. 4,We never miss a tram. Phone K. nett's Transfer. P WANTED—At ouce four re&i- d^nces. Apply at Ledger oftice. I have purceased the transfer ina from A. W. Sale and wills appreciate your hauling. Phone 71 or 222. Honry Broaddus. If you want pure milk or eream delivered rischt at your door ev- ery day, see Reid Philips, Phone 129. Rave you been in Barnett's new "Buss"? Get wise and Phone s-~ineets all trains. tf. Let Joe Barnett haul you as ^gpll as your bnggage. Phono 8 or 285 day or night. To Ledger Correspondents Please send in the news from your community earh week and have your communications here by Wednesday. We waut the news and are going to have it. Get busy and send in the news. FREE Graphophone record. To get in touch with talking ma* chine owners we will give free one Columbia Double Disk rec- ord to those who will leave their names and addresses at our store. Caldwell Furniture Co. 1 have fifty fine farms listed for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 February 1913

Uní ¿> best 4> á * W*l HfcUly Liniment Not the srreuny kind, for it has op oils in it except oil of nansa- iras. Rub a liltlo on your hand and see how very quickly it is absorbed* There is where the secret lies. Oils retard absorp- tion. The idea in modern lini- ments is to put the medicine right into the spot by local ab- sorption- Ideal Liniment goes right in, like no other liniment Try it and see for yourself, at our risk. Again it is the finest remedy in tin* world for internal, use, for cramps, colic in man or beast, diorrhoea and bowel com- plaints. Sold in two sizes, 50 and #1.0Ü Lax-ine Supplies every need for a mild, pleasant laxative, und it will not gripe. The bane of the human race is constipation, es- pecially with women and child- ren. We assert there is not a remedy in the world so sure, so safo, and so pleasant. Again, taken in repeated doses it will act on the liver. We give you li ounces for fl.00, which is 33 1-3 per cent more than any patent of similar kind...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 February 1913

Advertising R«tM Inaertioo —*• P*f l «h i P 1 'MP*r PER MOKTH following number n! inoha n us% b* skly to obtain thee monthly rate. 1 — 9% Inch* ..._ 800 i*r lncl1 .. fiOo •• M 9 *>60 " - 45c " M «tolOO" I " " All advertising run until ordered ont. Local readers ? cents per line each insertion icription Per Year $i 50 Three months 50c, Si* months "5c (Invariably in Advance.) Worry Often Fatal. Worry often kills. It is a time- honored old story that a person frequently exclaims that he is wor- ried to death. Of course such a tiling is impossible. If one is wor- ried to death he can not tell you of it. At the same time, according to medical science, it is frequently the cause of death. In late years the ciaes of insanity have almost doubled. The fact is that insanity become almost epidemic. Wor- in nine cases out of ten is re- msibel for this fatality. M idem aneuce has acc >mplished many re- markable things in late years, but analysis of worry and the dis- veries accompanying th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 February 1913

m . Old Furniture * J \Made New ' ÍV*« opened i/tp in the New Iron Building next to FoUiuk'a Tin Shop, end em prepared to repair end re- finish ell kinds of furnishings. Also paint buggies end do ell kinds of repairing end point- ing end paper hanging, and satisfaction guaranteed. Phone 96 L F. WARD, Caldwell, Texas 0. Cardones • < ' chub SHORT ORim HOUSE. i NEAR DEPOT. i** Monuments I have ths agency or tha Bren* hum Marhle \Vcrkn and havo i. nico line of sample books f« you to select from. If you want to buy a in >nuinent drop rao u card airi I will call to eee you VASOR. NIX MÓNtiY SÁVáiL). S.i-. • limo and motley by tisinj, the long distance telephone' < Tr: ns,«. t business sutittfaelily without waiting for reply. Just n turn of the bell and we do the < rest. Connected with till point* in the < county and over the state. Use ' the telephone and work while we jfet your man. Prompt service— tiiti'-* saved money made that's easy. TRANS TEXAS TELEPHONE CO- I M III MO...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 February 1913

(.fiySKh* ■ «a: to Mr. and Mrs. O. A. 4 last Saturday, a daughter. lire. A. B. Goode aud children of Lexington, are the guesta of Mrs. Lizzie Porter and family. Rev. J. P. Green of Hempetead will preach in the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning %0d evening. i J. L. Giddings returned Tues- day from a business trip to Lyons and Sotuer ville. Oaoar Lewie of WUoox was shaking hands with friends here Saturday. The Miaste Freidel and the pupila of this school will enter- tain Saturday evening with a George Washington party. There will be a special programme con sisting of rscitations, songs and drills. Aftsr the exercises there will be a box «upper the pro oeeds to go towards buying maps, globes, oharts and other equipments for the school. Health of this community is ood. Leo. W. C. Ivy who has been vising the family of J. II. Royal return- ed to Volney Friday. Will Garland of Daanvills wo* a visitor here Monday. Working Girl Frank Travwick spent several days in Temple this week on b...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 February 1913

I Altare (M 10 Self Culturo Club wasroy. itertained by the President, fop. Brooks on Thursday afternoon February the 18th. This invitation coming from the "The First Lady of the Olnb" •roused high hopes that made the heart throb lighter, and a sweeter accompaniment, the sun V raya had never abone more bright- ly then wtiOn they fell upon the members gathering to enjoy the bouutiful hospitality of thia co- lonial home. ''Welcome" seemed floating in the air. Tiny heart* were pa*sed, bearing their own Hweut message, and,upon finding a mate, the guests were bidden to revel In tlio old time game o! authors, Many minds darted back t< their childhood firesides and liiurtr. d ¡Ujt a moment on th scenes of throe gaines and re- called with fondness the pleasure it afforded them, and at interval.* a tale would fall upon the listen ing tar and gink deep into the i heart like the clear tinkling of a [distant silver bell, and what a world of merriment its metuors did tell! Another pasttime of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 February 1913

of tht here Saturday on Sf': Cecil MoArthur returned to Wurth Saturday from a •hurl business (rip here. wai day Ju" ftta n Rosont rater of Lyons business visitor here Mon- D. O. Cox of Hookerville made a business trip to Temple Satur- day. Mrs. E. Kastmau went to Som- erville Sunday afternoon to visit relatives. A. K. Daniel and wife of Austin apent tbe week with the family of J. A. Bowers. Hardware, Farming Implements, Wagons, Buggies and Groceries WE HAVE THE GOODS—WE SOLICIT YOUR TRADE Mies lone Grabeuer of Milano, visited the family of Jim Haddox the first of the week. Fred Moore and wife went to Temple Sunday and will make their horae there, Miss Marie Siebert returned to Clifton Sunday after visiting the family of Fred Steflun. Rev. A. 8. Broaddus came down from Waco Friday after- noon and tilled his nppoiutment at Providence Sunday. Mrs. Jesse Garrett went to Waco F.-iday to visit ber sister. Miss Mamie Jenkins who is at- tending Baylor University there. Mrs. Fritz Such came ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 February 1913

Burleson Covnty KL4 4 * ¿isxsavv** ¡ass "tr.vM'r AND NEWS-CHRONICLE Volumne XXVIII Caldwell, Burleson County, Teu*. February 26,1913 * REPOSITORY FOR THE Burleson County School Fuuds Burleson County Funds and The Caldwell City School Funds Your County and School Vouchers are payable at this Bank Te those Wishing to Establish Relations With a Sale, Strong and Growing Bank, We Heartily Extend Our Services. frpK*1 and Surplua $45,000.00 The First State Banl^ CALDWELL. TEXAS Guaranty Fund Bank T. C. EASLEY AWARDED PRIZE Nineteenth Prise in Class A (Four-Crop Model De- monstration Farm) year (1011). The land baa been farmed thirty-five years. The plot was broadcast about the middle or latter part of January to a depth of three inches, was then rebedded and harrowed about the 15th of February. The soil was in fine condition on the 5th day of April, on which date I planted, the kind of seed being the Dwarf. Distauce be- tween rows three feet eight in* ches, and about twelve inches in the d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 February 1913

a train. Phone 8. kind* of Seed Clover roesjád that . W. Saléslnf nsfer Last Sunday night about 11: 80 o'oloek ex President Francls- i Madero and ex Vice President Pino Kuares were ahot and killed in the city of Mexioo. They were prisoners in the custody of Huerta's Government. Daring the dead hours of the night these prisoners were putin an automo- bile and were being carried to anfother prison at the penitenti Phone W. iate your hauling. Or 88f- Henry Broaddus. wilts' *ar.f which was deemed a aafer Have you been in Barnett*s new "Buss"? Get wise and Phone g--meets all traína. tf. Alfalfa Stock Food the jet $1.75 at Kelly & Sale, best I have fifty fine farms -listed lor sale in Lampasas county at from S& per acre up. Call and aee me about them. N. Cromar- le. Wanted—A farm of between 100 and 150 aerea in the Hix com inanity, Burleson county at once. Apply to Garrett-Wrba Land Co Kelly A Sale for your corn and oats. For Sale—A nice singlo aeat Pheaton. Apply to j- H. Truax S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 February 1913

sri* ipsift ■p> 1 fir IE you are not ■i going: to * greet Easter in NEW TOGS, you will at least TOG UP by having the old ones Cleaned and Pressed. See us about it early. We'll be busy. AC YourService Reeves & Perdue. 50 to fornia (slightly higher from some point ) Via "All the 'iVav" One way Colonial Tickets on sale Daily. MARCH 18 to APRIL 18, inc. Tourist Slec¡ cr thru to I,..* Au> « les every Tuewlay. Ask f«;r < :r California booklet*. Tf.es «re Free. For detail information see S.inta Fe agent or «ddres* W. S. KEENAN, G. P. A., Galveston, Texas. WANTED «Good Men to act as Agents for The Waxahaehie Fedieine Co., Se8 J. D. Newcomb Agent Waxahaehie Medicino ("o. meen m , Our Rural Stafn mm |||M||| ■ «niUI1IAAIIAAIAIII luuyi |M|jUMftMMIWUI|||||ll|||yiUAI|jyiMUAAttllllMII IMC Wr WrffTnTr "Anr. n fl T lfTITTII\TiinrnmTWn*ITiTlrnfTT T<TpmVTiTi T ' 1*^ Prairiedale. Cooks Point Mrs. Mary Hill of Cahlwell is visltiug Mrs. Ma (tie Ellis. Charlie Gerland and family visited th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 February 1913

PER MONTH The following: number of Inohs must be 1 weekly to obtain thee monthly rate* 1 to 9% Inch* - 00c per inch 10 to SO " .... 50c •• M SO to 60 " 4ftc " " SO to 100 " 40c " •« All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers 7 1-2 cent per line each insertion Subscription lJer Year Si 50 Three months 50c, Si* months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) r at the poatof^* at OaUwell. Texas nail matter. Advertising Rat Insertion 20c per Inch 1 «té iHiiimimiiHiiiiiiHWiiiininM is® The Ledger Wants To Print All The News. The local paper in any town be- longs to all the people of that town, and should not be run in th<* in- terest of any fraction of the people less than the whole. We try very hard to get all the news relating to all occurences and happenings, whether religious, social, business, or otherwise. We want to publish births, deaths, fires, funerals, foot rac*%á, church notices, public gath- erings, political meetings, card parties, dances, and in fact everything in the way ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 February 1913

>*•m I J4- ir Mixture Retting untold pleMore oat of the Liggett & Myert Duke's Mixture Melt. One 5c package holds many pipeful of pure, mild smoking — or, if you please, tt will miike many n^nrettes of the c<mmí old-fusliumed kind that you roll yourself. 1 U#| iP< ' w vy< V 'Ást 8?. 't/** pure. op. • Vav \ > v' . & wbO -■ •¿v r> f • ,a\ , V a A ■ v> \ V- \V> .• Duke's Mixture, made by the Liggett d? Myers Tobacco Co. at Dur- ham, N. C., is the favorite with ciga- rette smokers. It's the tobacco that makes rolling" popular with men who want the true ta&te of mild, selected tobacco. We're making this brand the leader of Its kind. I'm y wIihI you «ill. you cannot p'l better granuluted tobacco than Duke's Mixture. ^ ou «till (fet the Mine big one and a half ounce snck—enough to mulct- mmiy cigaretliai—for ic. Ami with wtcb wick you gvt a buok of cigarette ti.-ipcrk and a prcvut cousin, FItKK. Sa*#2 the Present Coupons With the coupons you can get ninn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 February 1913

J. D. Hunt Tk. Prkcau - The home of Mrs. J. R. Hart- mad* a buaiiieaa gravti was the scene of en ex- V:.J trip to Weco Monday. t Glenn Heslep made e buetaflp* trip to Austin the middle of the week. Misses Nor* and Carrie Ciebb returned Monday from visiting relatives in Brenham. J. W. Carter who is travelling with head quarters in Fort Smith Arkansas, vinited home folk* here 8unday aud Monday. J. L. Giddinyra has had the rooms and ofRoes of the Tele* phone sxchange repapered and otherwise beautified. On Sunday afternoon Otto Wendorf shipped two esrs of range oat tie to Andrew Westou at Goidthwaite. Rev. D- G. Bowers who ha been confined to his room for the past six weeks, was up and mbie to take a ride Sunday afternoon R. W. Colemau of Chriesman after being sick with pneumomu for a few weeks is much improv- and will soon be up r.d about. J. F. Cobb has just returnee from the Northern and Easteri markets where he selected * large stock of up to>date dr\ goods, and fine millinery. R...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 February 1913

? I All For Good RomU. e AtilomobiU owners met ml ton rfall oí ths K. of ge Hondsy night and or* an JyutomobiU Associa- Tha following officers were elect, ed. Mayor J. A. Gray, Treat- dent, J. W. Jenkins, Secretary and Hays Bowers, Treasurer. The following cooiuitties were appointed. On new mem bers; , J. LouisOlddings, E.G. Jenkins | and Kdgar Simpson. On good [I roads; Thos. Kraitehar. Jr., L. 4 W. Henslee and H« H, Womble. On rules governing driving, sig- néis stc; A. B. Perkins, C. C. Nelms sud B. O. Jackson. An initation fee of $2.00 and fj monthly dues of $1.00 was agreed upon. The membership com- v mittee was instructed to solicit members, not only t hose owning automobiles, but any one who is interested in the good road movement and would wish to *^jr>ntribute this much towards ushirg this work along. e good roads committee was ucteii to confer with the m m i b s i o ti e r'e Court otnrnercial Club to see what help if any we could expect from either or both of them, and t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 February 1913

KHHBMHai to Teiuple last Friday Mrs. J. M. Smith went to Tem- pi* Friday to visit nlalivet and friend . Mrs. Sarah Oostott returnad Friday frooi Shinar where she baa been visiting friends, Ajrifiarper and wife and J. K. Little ftnd fatnilv have just moved into Unir new residences in the Providence com in unity. Mrs. T. H. Skrabanek spent several days this week with reia- lives at Waco and West#. i JoeSpacek has taken charge of the Central Hotel near the depot, and is for the present manager of it¡. J. P. Buck of Brenham is put-* ting down concrete aide walks for J. W. Kagedale and J. A. Gray in front of their residence*. Mrs. Eula Aiken returned to Chriesman Friday from visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Black. Joe Duaek and T. 11. Skrabanek left Saturday for Granger to at- tend the grand Lodge meeting of the C. fc>. P. S- society which convened there the first of this week. New Gin For Tunis. t mmmm—— Earl and Guy Houston and To'an Cross are preparing to erect a new cotton ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 March 1913

Burleson Covnty MTW ¡K¿ AND NEW8-CHRONICLB Caldwell, Burleson County. Texas. Friday March 7 1913 REPOSITORY FOR THE Burleson County School Funds Burleson County Funds and The Caldwell City School Funds Your County and School Vouchers arc payable at this Bank To those Wishing to Establish Relations With a Safe, Strong and Growing Dank, We Heartily Extend Our Services. Capital and Surplus —-45,000.00 The pirst State Banl^ CALDWELL, TEXAS Guaranty fund Bank. Send all Your Drag Orders to Us. tiivo m* vour urd«r« for drug store and drug store merchandise and you will be pleased with every purchase. We tfive jwrsonal «are to the filling «Í order#—the same care thai we e*ercise in the buying of goods. You can order i.ooii; from u* by phone or tnnil «nd receive just ¡mí courteous and efliiic r.t ■ervíce a though you came to the Htore in jwrson. Kvery prescription Is care- fully filled and Hkillfully compounded—exactly as your d >ctor order . No imitations no nutwiitutlon or duplication f...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 March 1913

mt&í i • - i gw Liners mt Une first AU until out. 10th District. P. BUCHANAN Weekinfton County ■i.. ■■■■■■ — Kelly A Sale for your corn and 8aj.E—A nice single seat Pheaton. Apply to J. H. Truax Alfalfa Stock Food the yst $1.75 at Kelly & Sale. "We never mies a train." Belt's Transfer. Phone 8. best Bar tf AU kinds of Seed Clover Kelly A Sale. at Let Joe Barnett haul you as veil as your baggage, Phone 8 or 285 day or night. Have you been in Barnett's new "Buss"? Get wise and Phone g--meets sll trains. tf. i Kelly A Sale for your chicken leed. I For Sale—Regestered Jersey Bale, 7 months old. J. W. Harvey. riday Night. Last Saturday morning early, as one of the employer? of the rail road was going to work, he found the dead body of a woman lying on the side walk near the depot. Officers were at once notified but upon investigation nothing of her name or place of residence could be learned. Several people notioed her late Friday afternoon and it is sup- posed that she died from...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 March 1913

¿fe** We're Always Busy Ours is a Pres- si n g Business Yet we're never to busy to Clean, Repair and Press Your Garments We Use the Press to Ex- tend • Pressing In- vitation to All to Cell end Inspect Our Nethode. '•> At Your Service Reeves & Perdue. fornla (slightly higher from some point*) Vie "All the Way" One way Colonist Ticket* on eale Doily. MARCH 15 to APRIL 16, inc. Tourist Sleeper thru to Los Angeles every Tuesday. Ask fur <>ur Calif rnia booklet*. They arc Free. For detail information see Santa Fe agent or address W. S. KEENAN, C. P. A., Galveston, Texas. WANTED mumamimmmm Our Rural Staff. ¡M ¥WWWtf.MW¥¥WWWWWIWWWW WSWWMWWWIWWWVIWWWWWWWWWMIWWWW Second Creek Sayings. Prairiedale Pickings. George Maxwell made a busi- ness trip to Deanvllle last Fri- day, Mrs. MMttio Ellis visited friends at Birdsong last week, George Millar of 8eeond Creek attended Sunday 8cbool here last Sunday. Mrs. Lizzie Gray and son Bib bie and little Ruth Royal visit- ed at Deanville the f...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 March 1913

fel M0k i.® fM|% W't: * ' By nm County Pubüsfaiag Co. W. W. RANKIN. ■atorad at the postotfWt «ft Caldwell. Texas. Advertising RatM One Insertion - —P*r PER MONTH The following number of Inoh* must be «sed weekly to obtain thee monthly rale. I to 8tf Inch 8°° P*r lnch 10to " - «O " M SO to 50 " - «0 " " JOioiOO •• - «C •• « All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers 7 1-2 cenW per lina each Insertion Subscription Per Year Sl-50 Three months 50c, 8ix months 75c (Invariably in Adranos.) Poaitiona And Joba. The other day a man complained that he could not find a position of any kind, and that he was "up against it." He was a man capable of great things; comparatively well educated; he had long experience in responsible business positions; he had good faith; he was pnysical- ly strong. Yet he could not find a position. He was pessimistic, and inclined to growl at everybody. We saw auother man. He was happy, cheerful, smilingly spoke to -everybody and had money in his pocket, an...

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