THE desire to succeed is generally regarded as a worthy ambition, especially if the end to be attained is one which mortal man believes will bring to himself and others a clearer realization of the ever-presence of good. Every honest endeavor to benefit humanity is commendable, and in due time it receives "a just recompense of reward.
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