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  • It is true that even with our 361,000, or practically 362,000, population, there are, by the last census, almost a score of larger cities in the United States.
  • But, gentlemen, if by the next census we do not stand at least tenth, then I’ll be the first to request any knocker to remove my shirt and to eat the same, with the compliments of G. F. Babbitt, Esquire!
  • Oh, we have a golden roster of cities—Detroit and Cleveland with their renowned factories, Cincinnati with its great machine-tool and soap products, Pittsburg and Birmingham with their steel, Kansas City and Minneapolis and Omaha that open their bountiful gates on the bosom of the ocean-like wheatlands, and countless other magnificent sister-cities, for, by the last census, there were no less than sixty-eight glorious American burgs with a population of over one hundred thousand!

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  • It is difficult to count all the homeless when performing the census.
  • Texas is expected to gain seats in Congress after the next census.

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