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With this chapter we conclude the interesting and pleasant service assigned us by the committee, in the brief review of the successful (areer, to date, of General Wilbur R. Smith, one of the useful and honored citizens of the state. Much interesting matter of "Remi- niscences of FortY Years With Fifteen Thousand Students, Their Trials and Triumphs," and matter for other subjects which are ex- vected to form other books have been omitted. lWe drop the pen, for others to take up later to record future achieve- ments of Wilbur B. Smith, which we prophesy will be as resplend- ent as those of the past.

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