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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 26 January 1905

1§f~ 3SSSE?? > V. iSSEm*^ ■*%£ : '$' '. m _ fllUnHMHSD 1 — ————* Bibles^ ]XOTQN Unique Picture Frame. An idea equally new for a frame ■and one made with much less labor than the canvas work, is to paint with water colors a striking, rather pro- noonced flower, a poppy or an iris. This then should be cut out and past- ed on a background of Japanese grass cloth, vivid Ted if a poppy and blue or green if an iris is chosen. The whole then is framed in passe partout style. This gift costs very little and is highly decorative. Charming Hat. it was positively refreshing. It con- sisted of a green velvet gown and mantle of just the shade you would imagine the heroine of a historical novel would wear. The gown was long and straight and fell in graceful lines from the bare shoulders, being loosely fitted at the waist. The angel sleeves were fitted with raw silk in a faint old blue, deeply embroidered up from the hand on the inside in rich purple, relieved with white. The dec- olletage was ...

Publication Title: Schulenburg Sticker, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 26 January 1905

Zhc Sticker. fAMOND WIHFREE, Editor and Ptbllskr. SUBSCRIPTION,$ 1.00 PER ANNUS Entered at the Schulenburg poatofflce econd-claaa patter. The Sticke* Invites the public to k^ep i> posted concerning the goings and comings 01 the town. If you arc leaving town or hav< friends Tiaitlng you or departing, drop us >■ ce that we may make note of It. But be sur< gin sign your name to it as an evidence of it.* nuinenesa. THURSDAY. JAN. 26 , 1905. JOSEPH YV. BAILEY, For President 1908 1905 JANUARY 1905 SUN VON TUE WED THU FRi SAT I 2 3 4 5 6 7 89 If II 12 13 14 1516 17 1819 20 2! 2 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30131 :1s The bjiloon went up—in smoke. How much confetti di<l y<«< SHJltlfW? Were you ever Cha<iwicke<l Duked? Same pt-oplo are so ''short" the* ctn iuj n over in a tea < up. —"P— The Street Fair?nd can.ival b;> gone and everything seems a littu quiet. •Why not start right now ar>' advocate a street fair for next fa! and have, races at the Bei'iiud. Valley st...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 26 January 1905

"J"" ■ ' . ' •' V;v* •' - / V fg, _11:i$, r,5*;5 v.f: - 8©V "-N ~ '"': '■"' ~- v ■ - 5" v -' .• ■ •, ' ggm^UmUl p||§|g& IS afiS : MM. ^±^±32 H.HORNER Offers For Sale FIRST CAR RECEIVED HERE OF Genuine Bliss Triumph Seed Potatoes I. ".; / • (RED) Aroostock, Maine growth, also Early Rose and Green Mountain (WHITE) Eleven Peck sacks 165 lbs net. Prices as low as consistent with quality. m THE STREET PAIR AND CARNIVAL. I ii m At HORNbR'S. ^HSBsaasmraasM We can truthfully say that last week was one of the liveliest in the history of Schulenburg The shows were very g >dd f >r the price of ad- mission, and all were greatly en- - joyed, judging from the crowds that daily and nightly visited them. Confetti throwing was one of the principle amusements for both young and old. The show people were the b<-:st classAve have ever met. Polite and pleasant, and this city will always have a good word to say for them. Financially there is no kick coming whatever—all were well pleased with...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 26 January 1905

wm k "Push—Don't Knock." Upon the door I saw a sign; I cried, "A motto! And it's mine!" A wiser thing I never saw— No Median or Persian law Should be more rigidly enforced -Stall " ■ this, from verbiage divorced— its logic 's Arm as any rock— "Push—don't knock." Tros simply meant to guide the hand Of those who wished to sit or stand Within the unassuming door This weight of ceremony that' bore. Twas ever meant to teach or preach. Silt Just to place in easy reach !The ear of him who dealt in stock— "Push—don't knock." Sat what a guide for life was that- Strong, philosophical, and pat; How safe a ehart for you and me While cruisin' o'er life's restless sea; Push, always push, with goal in view; Don't knock—avoid the hammer crew. This rule will save you many a shock; "Push—don't knock." When on that door I see the sign, I say, "Great motto, you are mine!" Ko stronger sermon ever fell Stam human lips: no sage could tell The hothead youth more nearly how To point alway his vessel's prow;...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 26 January 1905

sssl ■ p3M£ .. y Alexander Hilton. Alexander Hilton,, formerly general passenger agent of the Frisco system, and prior to that, assistant general passenger agent of the Kansas City, Fort Scott and Memphis railway (now absorbed by the Frisco), has been ad- vanced to the position of passenger traffic manager for both the Frisco and the Eastern Illinois systems, with headquarters in St. Louis. Mr. Hil- ton, besides being a broad, intellectual and well-endowed gentleman, is also widely known as a successful and mas- ter railroader, respected in business for sagacity and fairness. As a pas- senger traffic man he has been widely known and justly popular. During the late world's fair he made a most en- viable record, and is now president of the St. Louis association of general passenger agents. Mr. Hilton succeeds Bryan Snyder. , St. Moritz, in Switzerland, has the j The new member of congress ar- biggest toboggan slide in the world. I rives nt Washington with a speech up It is three-quart...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 26 January 1905

■SHI w-£. GENERAL DIRECTORY Most Successful Firm in Opens a Branch House in Kansa ^ ttei © a M © A Iv WE TAKE PLEASURE in announcing the open- ing of a branch house at Kansas City, Mo., where we will carry an elaborate stock of heavy goods, such as furniture, implements, stoves, sewing machines, harness, etc. It is our intention to keep a liberal supply of goods at Kansas City and ship them out direct to our customers at tributary points. '0 **%*■ few 1 , r *&-***. ..£*csfs sas ges . £0 This venture means a saving of 460 miles of freight charges to persons living in the West, South* est and Northwest It also means quicker service and lower prices, as our Kansas City stock is all quoted free on board the cars at Kansas City. Where part of a shipment is to be r~ - • City and part from Chicago, we prepay • ourselves on the Chicago lot as far as r, that our customer only pays freight from the xaiter point. We are ever growing. Only 5 years ago we erected a 12-story building that we ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 2 February 1905

-?v '-*£ I I sjyf * §f T"m "nl' r lt7 * OSTIK Jfr fiSSlii . THIS SI. STICKER • JOB * pttmrma Raymond Winfreef ^Publisher, tPlain Words jtfre Sver the S3esi. Ono ^Dollar a 2/ear. VOLUME XI. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBUARY 2, 1905, NO. 26 if / * •v.. v -v y? :•. ' * . •' * .* W0 ' !> ■; .jss , ' t#<fc«s8 c£)e3s«w -^sw - ;m- ii-M mr*mm 'H-jk PSs mm* '• -' . '."V .. . Hi; The famous standard bred stallion J located at my farm. Service of is respectfully solicited0 Red Palled celebrated thoroughbred stallion Luke Ward^ar® now' per- eash with return privileges next season-; Luke Ward 350.00 to foal. Correspondence with prospective purchasers of reg- I. E. CLARK, PropM«%&: i * Bermuda Valley Stock Farm, v-r YOU BUY FROM, ®:,3P S. T. SCHAEFER Will Please You as it is selected carefully & sold only at living profits. He also handles Paifits, Oils, Varnish, and Builder's A Changed Woman. "Well, well," said the returned trav- eler, "and so you are married no...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 2 February 1905

■ m m M lire SSe? - ">f. ■ ■- ti "V ^fer Sticker iond Winfreb, Publisher. 8CHULENBURG, - TEXAS. Jupiter, with his six moons, if the planet is inhabited, must be a lovely place for lovers. Was there eve^1 a woman who ever a compliment? Or a man who impervious to flattery? What should the young man say to the girl who slyly remarks: "You Imow it isn't leap year any more?" -a Bf Cancer is said to be most frequently found in beer-drinkirfg countries. Con- sumption of beer is also quite preva- lent. \ A Salem (Mass.) woman was mar- ried one day, eloped the next, and arrested on the third. O, the 'witch! '££ ■ >"• v MPfer When it comes to producing fever- ish sensations America's Dukes seem -to be right in it with the/English mobility. Doctors say that gout is becoming a rare ailment. Here is something for %hich the meat trust may claim undis- aerated credit The gap in the Alaskan-Canadiah {boundary has been surveyed and the ■polar bears thereabout can determine their allegiance. "m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 2 February 1905

. mmi *1 $r~ ^1- •' • '" ' ;*"' - > pfc I f'*t" ^ '>' Wm&. I w% I?. ;f ;'v W- M §&&£ - ill I . lISp**' ill' SSH" gg .,« • Jfe;, ifl : S Pis, ifejS'-" vi |#y;, mt mm ■& 3 * f&ti.- m Wb k. I \\ 'IS""' - mi § h9- r'-# '•• "' |fgj ;• 5 " BEEF TRUST. SUPREME COURT DECIDES ARE GUILTY OF CONSPIRACY. INJUNCTION MADE PERMANENT. Effectof Decree Sweeping—Long Step in the Direction of Super- vision. Washington, Jan. 31—The supremo court of the United States yesterday decided the case of the United States vs. Swift & Co., known as the beaf trust, charging conspiracy among the packers to fix prices on fresh meats, etc. The opinion was handed down by Justice Holmes and affirmed the -deci- sion of the court below, which was against the packers. In his opinion, Justice Holmes dis- cussed at length the various conten- tions of the packers and disposed oi them individually. He admitted thai some of the charges were less specific than desirable, but said this was nec -essa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 2 February 1905

.\v. v. • Ki ■C^8> V;f$f t . £ Sticker, — nma WINFREE, Editor and Publisher. tIPTION,$i.oso PER ANNUM Entered at the Sohulenburg postoffioe as eoond-cla«B matter. Thb Sticker invites the public to keep it posted concerning the goings and comings of the town. If you are leaving town or have friends Tisiting you or departing, drop us a Ke that we may make note of it. But be sure sign your name te it as an evidence of its (enuneness. THURSDAY, FEB. 2, 1905. JOSEPH W. BAIL&Y, For President 1908. af. 1905 february 1905 SUD tfOX {TUE WED THU FRI SAT 1 . 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 * II 12,13, 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 2el 27 28 . Did you pay your poll tax? Ho * do yon like this weather? rv The Jays and Russians are still "at it" in the far east. Tbe Houston Post says that a citizen who did not pay'is poll tax is a cipher with the rim knocked off. Wd note with pleasure that the street commissioners are haying oar streets put in fine shape. Let the good work go on. W i \V The game l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 2 February 1905

■l.V - fwm L .Jfli I H. HORNER Offers For Sale FIRST CAR RECEIVED HERE OF Genuine Bliss Triumph Seed Potatoes (RED) Aroostock, Maine growth, also Early Rose and Green Mountain ' (WHITE) Eleven Peck sacks 165 lbs net. Prices as low as consistent with quality. At HORNER'S. T UttJPOBT. The following Is the market report as compil- ed tar H. Horner, and chanced weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNESDAY sew perihernial.. Seed per 100 lbs ... i*ew mm S r m m (cooking). f Batter (table) ........... Chickens (as to sixe) — Boosters Turkeys per lb Bacon ......... afc:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::-::: Potatoes Cotton: Demoralized. Batter Market:—Mo Quotation. Chix Weak. Eggs: Steady. Turkeys in demand. • . ...Nominal 66 35-42 ' 19 ~ 7—12 >8 12 1-2 to 20 9 6c 6 1-2 Mr. Henry Borehers was in Fla-' tonia since our last issue. Any one desiring casings call on Mr. Depmore. He has them. - k - .J . * .. . ' V •' , . • . Mr. Freddie Breymann was in Seguin last...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 2 February 1905

J§®§k' .r"v > ~tw?. - wm m ,.v E& ml ? * cSlKI- *:: * • an. Kir ■XBfL lifife8 VI, %r^-' % : K3fT^ fe £v;*-. •* . -• - " • - Ft • •-• Ormond-Daytona Beach in Florida Makes I T the Finest Automobile Track on Earth I 1 Tho condition of the Ormond-Day- tona beach this winter is magnificent; according to old residents it was nev- er better. Being entirely different in formation from the Northern beaches, or, in fact, any other beach in the world, has been the cause of its great reputation. " Its sand is composed largely of the shells of the coquina clam, peculiar to thi3 part of Florida. This shell is about one-half an inch long and very thin. For ages nature, has been rolling them up, washing them back into the surf and pulverizing them. Examined under the microscope, each particle is round, unfit for mortar, builders say, because its smoothness prevents it from holding together; yet, strange to contemplate,. the very moment a wave leaves the wet, apparently soft beach, these rou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 2 February 1905

w2T Jp X wnmm WmK9 _____ M& g|p|||| 't, -:/' - FMm. $:/ |f2|| '§ f. $&§Mif ■ JgtSI f - --. .. 'mM flg£ &X-v in l"St;'- - ISIE r. . - i* Sf-?V US A WOMAN'S MISERY. 1 ■1 1 Mrs. John LaRue, of 115 Paterson avenue, Paterson, N. J., says: "I was troubled for about nine years, and ■what I suf- fered no one will ever know. I used about every known reme- dy that is said to be good for kidney com- plaint, but without d e- riving perma- nent relief. _ Often when ftlone in the house the backache has been so bad that it brought tears to my eyes. The pain at times was so in- tense that 1 was compelled to give up my household duties and lie down. There were headaches, dizziness and blood rushing to my head to cause bleeding at the nose. The first box of Doan's Kidney Pills benefited me so much that I continued the treatment. The stinging pain in the small of my back, the rushes of blood to the head and other symptoms disappeared." Doan's Kidney Pills for sale by all dealers. 50 cents ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 2 February 1905

v #£j|fl I P " i I ^ t| .-I- I v ] '. feS^P ^-1 —JfPPlftE 1 §|P1 • I SI?1! fpgfMfl fkW-z lil®fil V'' iPfSS! _ 1 • 'j r "'~'^v §p® " * ' BESS?--- T:" w GENERAL DIRECTORY 8ffi3BB^agagsgga8a«£gg^ ^aw^ti^jgarjWrn Mat** m Most Successful Firm in America Opens a Branch House in Kansas City 'E TAKE PLEASURE in announcing the open- ing of a branch house at Kansas City, Mo., where we will carry an elaborate stock of heavy goods, such as furniture, implements, stoves, sewing machines, harness, etc. It is our intention to keep a liberal supply of goods at Kansas City and ship them out direct to our customers at tributary points. = k 11 '•73 :*^ s«;' mmm This 'renture means a saving of 460 miles of freight charges tc persons living in the West, Southwest and Northwest. It also means quicker service ar.d lower prices, as. our Kansas City stock is all quoted free on board the. cars at Kansas City. Wh ere part of a shipment is to be made t; T~-nsas City an'i psar^from Chicago, we prepay the f. ~ 0...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 9 February 1905

if . ,;r ....; - rmond Win free, {Publisher* YOU BUY FROM S. T. SCHAEFE •l.THB SI. VOLUME XI. Was •R3r>- vv^-s'-^- ,v - v. Pp?£$|£-> *: • "'-: r#*«* tfal r9rtitrAVSTljf PRIKTIPte !Plain Words Jfre €ver the Siesi, One 'Dollar a 2/ear, SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1905, NO. 27 Will Please You as it is selected carefully & sold only at living profits. He also handles Paints, Oils, Varnish, and Builder's HARDWARE. HEARSE IN CONNECTION. SSN Dixie Pale and Budwelser Bottle Beer. Standard Keg Beer and ARTESIAN ICE. * EBELING & SON, Agents, Schulenbrp". Love Song. Love's for youth, and not for age, E'en though age should wear a crown; For the poet, not the sage; Not the monarch, but the clown. Love's for peace, and not for war, E'en though the war bring all renown; For the violet, not the star; For the meadow, not the town. Love's for lads and love's for maids, Courts a smile and flies a frown; Love's for love, and saucy jades Love love most when l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 9 February 1905

Hplfe £ "* . * z 1 • -v - , v. f _ - $&&a£ - " "'V -' ^ r-v • '-. V •' - ' T ;3r~ • 3f" '4. ■•- . < ■ ■ ■. •- • " - > .v •; § , $m - fes. IH §£& ■ IHPft !>•$ M mjfi K' I:® -smi il%# mi1 8 Bee.. Epfc™ w • ' ?<" . Sticker. PAfHOHD WIHFREE, Editor an! Publisher, SUBSCRIPTION,$i.oo PER ANNUM •'• ' :WP*~: -- Entered at the- Schalenburg postofBce as econd-olass matter. The Sticker invites the public to keep it posted concerning the goings and comings of the town. I£ you are leaving town or have friends visiting you or departing, drop us a re that we may melee note of it. But be sure sign your-name to it as an evidence of its genuineness. . r . thursday, feb. 9, 1905. ' r- ' , . JOSEPH W. BAILEY; I; For President 1908. *= W05 FEBRUARY 1905 SUN MON THE WED THU FBI SAT - ! 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 II 1213 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 i t r It's all over town. What? Mud. . "In the good old summer time." Bab, .'For the last ten days wo have ien having winter...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 9 February 1905

:WmM. - ■> * m M 't&SWP life H. HORNER Offers For Sale FIRST CAR RECEIVED HERE OF Genuine Bliss Triumph Seed Potatoes (RED) Aroostock, Maine growth, also Early Rose and Green Mountain (WHITE) Eleven Peck sacks 165 lbs Bet. Prices as low as consistent with quality. Accidentally Killed. Mr. Fercl Malcher, living near Rocky was killed by a tree falling on him Monday evening last. As the tree fell on him he cried for aid and was fortunately heard by a neighbor who came to his assist- ance. only to find him in an un- conscious condition and the tree laying upon him in such a way that be had to be dug out and he died while on the way to his home. Hi« remains were laid to rest under the auepices of the Hermann Sons' lodg« in the Catholic cemetery Tuesday last. Our sincere sym- pathy goes out to the grief stricken family and sorrowing relatiyes. VACEK-MLADENKA. At HORNER'S. IHBJ Plfe1 ■ IH sis JV4UBMLBT REJPORT. The following Is the market report-as compil- ed by H. Horner, and chang...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 9 February 1905

-M fggpi . p§ GENERAL DIRECTORY OSt Successful Firm in America Opens a Branch House in Kansas City PE TAKE PLEASURE in announcing the open- ing of a branch house at Kansas City, Mo., where we will carry an elaborate stock of heavy goods, such as furniture, implements, stoves, sewing machines, harness, etc. It is our intention to keep a liberal supply of goods at Kansas City and ship them out direct to our customers at tributary points. 1 ■'t-^7' This venture means a saving of 460 miles of freight charges to persons living in the West, Southwest and Northwest. It also means quicker service and lower prices, as our Kansas City stock is all quoted free on board the cars at Kansas City. Where part of a shipment is to be mr ci f '"ansas City and part from Chicago, we prepay th j : charges ves on the Chicago lot as far as Kuiuas City, so our customer only pays freight from the latter point. We are ever growing. Only 5 years ago v/e erected a 12-story building that we thought would serve f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 16 February 1905

mmm • S- § *• ■.■"■■; . T«xa« Unitwiity AUSTIN S-M ,i- "i* s: SI STICKER {Raymond Win free, {Publisher. {Plain Words j{re €uer the SSesi. JOB * PRINTING --. v .*v s*i One ^Dollar a S/ear. VOLUME XI. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, !905, NO. 28 r^'f-.. OH, he made a resolution and he swore to is- keep it long. Bat He saw the beaded bumper and he listened to the song Of the friend who said: "Let's have one!" who insisted. "Come along!" Bat his thirst was something awful ere he yielded.* Oh, the world looked more than tempting to a thirsty man that day, Signboards saying "Tom and Jerry" seemed to fairly line the way. And hot eggnog by the gallon; all with- out a cent to pay! Bat his thirst was something awful ere he yielded. There was beer in foaming beakers, every hand held out a stein. And he said "Lesh'ave anozzer!" as be zigzagged down the line, And he gulped: "What goo's a swear- offr Gesh I'll take swear-on in mine." Bat his thirst was something awful e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 16 February 1905

Zhc ©ticker. RAYMOND WiHFBEE, Editor mil Publisher. W- - SUBSCRIPTION,ft.oo PER ANNUM EnW"'i a l Schnlenburg matter. postofflce at \m -I . ivXfcd i.vttes the public to keep i posted concerning the goings and comings ol the town. I£ you ajo leaving town or have friends TiaUing you or departing, drop us a re that we may make"note of it. But be sure sign your name to it as fca evidence of its. genuineness. THIR3EAY, FEB. 16, 1905. - i® gpgy V;? ft JOSEPH W. BAILEY, For}Pre*i.dent 1908. m FEBRUARY 1905 m vm i TUE WED inu fr: 1 SAT T if 18 25 I 2 5 6 1 i I 8 9 16 12; 13 15 6 17 19 20 21 22 23 24 26 27 28 i- i vvuil the lion's share in the sinali Ciop. Such men will not attend the prccinct meetings Feb. 11, and pledge for a redaction of their share. No, they hope to increase their acreage, though they will not say so. Such men will do all they c m io grow a surplus and hope to profit by the St If-.sacrifice of thoir eiii boi'S. Vhere are always a few or this class. Fortunately they are to...

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