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*" 14 ;ijiPiblt; 1901, by lIcriert S. Sto
After ill, wlo was Miss Ouggenslocker
-brei- r, baker, gardener or saisage
'Iravellig of t"onrsn was pl(':a1it' ;t
this tinle of the year. ln( .e ti
.Ineri.ais 'aw" uii hl that inl ; .
thmia altng the way. Their i' renh,
especially Anguisl's, was of groat vall
Ue to thtm. tOr thc'y fIOUidl oceatsiu: t)
use it at. all li nes and l inl all pli'a.
111h ike Gerian faisly w.'il aal
toolk "eery l,( Prtlnity to brusl up inl
th lt l anauag , LOrriy t'emleinht i ngii; tiat
thel, autg gnil) ikers used m11auy" Xpir,'es
Btills t i:t show d a 1fI'erelcve for the
TI t itui. Thel( blithe AnguishI, <:;:.ti.
tl('ldt and i high Iathr, was h:,
ai sol l inl tli .' ill Xped tion o l 'oi
and tale"d in tessatly of thei recel
til.n bNy thet t':raa y ho tess, thlo;r imt
prt-si o:. ada t' cit , tihae resuit. li ..
miat1 atal Faskt200inll! omrteriall, we
ltirktd aay1" w\ith his tralps. It w as
his a at't'd int etin to i l )ortall:;
ite trip hy mte'alns of phite, palcte and
At thei end of two days they reacthed
a ,ertain larg;e city. the first change .,
and (1u 7(0 mlil s to another. The eis
tanlw fran thIs point to the capital of
GIrastark was 200 mles or more, chief
ly throegh mountinous lands. Somte
what elated by the cheerful Inforkai
tion there received, they resumned the
journey to idelweiss, the city of vale,
slope and park-summer, .fall and in
ter. l,anging cars at the end of the
second day out, they sat back in the
dusty seats of their carriage and sighed
"Unless we jump the track this train
will land us in the city we are looking
for," said Anguish, stretching out his
legs comfortably. "I'll admit it has
been a tiresome journey, and I'll be
glad when we can step into a decent
hotel, have a rub and feel like white
mien once more. I am beginning to feel
like these dirty Slavs and Iluns we
saw 'way back there."
"There's one thing certain," said L.or
ry, looking out of the window. "The
people and the habitations are different
and the whole world seemis changed
since we left that station. Look at
those follows on hor'seback over there."
"What did I tell you about brtigands
and robbers!" exclalined A liguish. "II'
those fellows are t 110 haldits. I'll lose
faith in every novel I ever read."
''lhe train rolled slowly past three
mounted 111e11 w\'ho se steeds stoold like
statues upon ia lit tle knoll In the right Of
the track, imel and b)easts ('lglaged in
silent coltemphtnlion of Ilie cars. 'The
nl(ii, picturesquely attired and looking
fierPce, cairry Ing long rille's, (certinliiy
bore ani as4pect that) suiggestedl thle brIg
anid. When the guailrd (ent ered the ('ar
rhage, A inuishi asked 4 *in I (iluili for)
sOnte iniforion 141 conlcerin g thle ridi
"DIey're fronii er pollee gulards,"' re
sp)ond(ed the4 man11 ini Enhglish, sinlinig at
t heir astonjishmenit'it. 11othi Amiicans: 1
rose an shoo51(1k hands with him.
"Hly George, it's good to hear ai 11nan
talk white nmn's language," cried An
"IIow~ do you conme to be holdIng a
job on this road(l? An 10nglishmnn?"
dlenianded Lorry, lie looked a nythiung
"'I'ml not ani EnglIshuman," 14aid4 tihe
guard(, flushing slightly. ''My name's
Sitzky, an' I'mi an~ American, sir."
"Aln AmerIean!i " exclimed Lorry.
Sitzky grew loquio1us.
"'Sure! I uisedl to be au saillor onl a
Uited State's man11-0'-wari. A couple of'
yearis ago I got into trouibie dlown lit
Consthatinople an1' had to get ouIt of
dle serv'Ice. Afiter (dat I d ri fed upi( dis
wiay and1( went to railroadin'." 114.e
hadn't exaictly the manner1 hof1 a1 mian-o'
"'1low long hlav4e yon been on this
rOady Ise ri (;renfall. (l.4' civ
"ot li a 11 ~' y a. I shouh l ik.eeni
t'Oh". I ruliere e iiiS .r ote da
itiet yobud ev s a i:y r h it' ;. 'l'he'
ahnol(St all (14 timue.''
Lait(er on1 from th l oquac41itouis gui 4
the twoa Am1er 14eans 4 rlernd (lua ea
-goodl11 h it aout the( (ounltry andli city to
whieh they were going. Ills knlowledge
waIs somewhiat limiiitedii alonig (certaini
lInes, but quite ('lear as5 to othiers.
"Dls (Graustark, 's for as I know, is
ceder a sort o' state or somaetin' be
)ongin' to (de umpilire, governedl by its
own rulers. Edeiweiss is de capital:
de big guns of de land lives derie. I've
walked out an' saw (Ie castle where deC
princess an' do royalty hangs out. D)e
people speak a language of deir own,
and I can't get nlext to a t'ing dey say.
But once in awhile you find some guy
dat talks French or German. D)ey've
got a little standin' army of two t'ree
t'ousand men, an' dey've got de hottest
uniforms you ever dljl see-red an'
black an' gold. I don't see why de Uniit
ed Strates can't got up somethin' foxy
for her soldiers to wear. Had a war
over here not long ago, I understand
somethin' like ten or fifteen years ago.
Dore's another little country up north
of Graustark, an' dey got in a wranigle
bout somethuin', an' dey tell me in
Edelwela dat for 'bout a year dey
0ought like Bamn Patch."
'Wheek w'as vtoqroa?* domanded
Lorry. deeply Interested.
"I'm not sure. To hear de Edelweiss
people talk you'd t'ink dey licked do
daylights out of de other slobs. but
somehow I got next to do fact dot dem,,
other fellows captured de city an' went
after a alashln' big war indemnity. I
don't know mucl 'bout it. an' maybe
I'ni clear off. but I t'iuk de Graustarki
army 'was t'rashed. Everyt'In:g Is pros
perous now. dough. nn' you'd never
know dre'd 1been3 a war. It's dc mlo.r;
Speac"eablk' town I ever satw."
'1)id ycu ever hear" of the ( Gugi;e;t
slo kc'rs?'" asked the lrrepre'sih,le An
gui-ih. and Lorry felt-like kicking him.
"In Etlweiss? Never did. Friends
" lu tics,' int:erixosel Lorr
hitt!;, Ltrowning at Angtnish.
" w nu't l. V, ;ny troujle ili '
'(,III i, d,r:, atnbo y att all," said Si.rv
eas-ily. "I . lhotel lieple ought. to be
ablr to tell y ou all 'mint 'ct m."
"ly the way, what is thc best hotel
thuetrc''" arlwtt Anguishl.
"Dere's de l;trnowentz, one block
north of de drpot." The travelers look
'd att one another and smiled, Sitrky
observing the action. "Ol," ie sat
pleasautly, "dere's a swell Joint up
town called de lIegengetz. It's too steep
for me, but maybe you gents can stand
it. If you'll hang around de depot for
a little while after we get in I'll steer
you up dere."
"We'll make it worth your while,
Sitzky," said Lorry.
"Never mind dat now. Americans
ought to stick together, no matter
whei$ dey are. We'll have a drink
an' 'at's all, just to show we're fellow
I "We'll have several drinks, and we'll
eat and drink tonight at the 'swell
joint' you talk about," said Anguirb.
"We may drink dere, but I'll not eat
dere. Dey wouldn't let a railroad guard
inside do feedin' pen. Why, nothin'
but royal guys eat dere when dey're
downtown shoppin' or exposin' dem
sel'es to publie gaze."
True to his word, when they reached
Edelweiss late that afternoon Sitzky,
"I'm notan E1aMishaun," said the guard.
their friend of' uncer3ta1in origin, hur
riedly finished h3is work and1( joIned the
trav~elersi in the statlin. Lorry and
AnguIsh were dleep)ly inlterestedl it)nall
they saw ~-the sIt*a rage people, t he queer
billdings, the odd1('5 cotmes' and1( the
air of anitliuity thaZt pre'(valled. Once I
u lpon theC narr'ow, cletan st'eet they' sa3w '
thait EdeClweiss wvas trulyI a city of thle
somlething woniderf3ul, but were not
I.,repar 3ed for wha33t they found. Th'Ie
ciy a1'*ctuazlly ran up into the clouIds. 3
p)roble,1)' so unusual3:3 in the splneb, tl
('1c'oo tinlg Item,. that 1 they' stare lo
ilke ch;ildlren, augha:st mal 8 stupeild.
E~auch hiad the startllinig impl3ressioInta
31 great h31innan doitt tona.u in was
falling overL tlipon huis head0. It was
iitpossible to subdue14' the sension ( ofI
d1i'/zness thlat the4 topp'ling town in
'I knowI htow~ y'ou fe el." observed; (''I
alt 11irst. 'I'omiorriow you walk :a little
ways u1) die side0 (of di' 333n133n 3n :33
youll see0 1how much(1 of (10 ei;y dere k.
on level groutod dIown 1here. I )3m build
inl's up dere' in't 31uore'n one-l'~iftieth t
1parit' fId' townI. D)ey're 133st1ly s3313-y
mer'i home13. it gets hot as5 b'laizs dIow: t
here ini det vally in det mnidd'le (of det
sumin33er, anl' (de rIch 03nes miove' up de0 5
"Howv in thunitder (10 people get up[ to a1
those houses '1" dlemandied Anguish. p
"Mules," aln4wered .Sltzky specifleal.
ly. "Say!. See dat little 01(d feller
COmjin' on horseack, wvid de white ui- c
formi? Well, dat's de chief of polIce,a
an' do fellers behind hIm are policea
guards. 'At's 01h1 D)angloss himself.
HeI's a peach, dey say."
A short, grlzz~ly faced man, attired in
a white uniformi with red trimmings, Il
followed by three men similarly
garbed, rode by, going in the directIon 'y
of the stat.ion. Dangloss, as Sltzky 13ad(1
called lhim, wa~s quite small in stauture, I
rather stout, gray bearded and eagle
nosed, ils face was keen~ and red and
not at all the kind to invite famIlIarity.
As he pasted themn the railroad guards
of Amnericant citiz'enshiip touched hia i
cap, and they two travekers bowed. ;
w1hupon thet chief oft poliee gave
then a. most nrf(m4d mintatloan et -
y sweeping his saddle skirts with his
"Polite old codger," observed An
"Ills company nma::ers. Just let him
;et you in do sweat box if you t'ink
"I:ver been there?".
"Well," a little confusedly, "I pasted
t Graustark baggage smasher down in
le yards two weeks ago. an' dey had
ine up. I proved de feller insulted a
ady, an' old l)inglos let me off, say
A' I'd ought to have a medal. Dese
uys are great o ~nalhintry when Ila
lies is concerned. If It hadn't bee' ter
lat, I'd- be in do lockup now. An', say,
you ought to see do lockup! It's a tow
el, wld dungeons an' all dat sort of
L'ing. A man couldn't no more get out
'a he could fly up to de monastery.
Dey're great on law an' order here too.
I)e princess has issued strictest kind of
ru!es, a-n' everybody has to live up to
'eni like as if doy was real gospel. I
t'ought I'd put you next, gents, so's you
wouldn't be don' anyt'ing crooked
"Thanks," said Lorry dryly. "We
Rhilli try to conduct ourselves discreet
1y in the city."
Probably a quarter mile farther down
the narrow, level street they came to
the bazaars, the gaudy stores aid then
the hotel. It was t ruly a hostelry to in
spire respect and admiration in the
mind of such as Sitzky, for it was huge
and well equipped with thCle iodern ap
poitl(litints. As soon as the two An'ri
can's Lad been given their rooin they
sentt for their luggage. 'lhenl they went
out to the broad piazza. with its col
umusu and mlarble halustrades, and
looked for Sitzky, relnemibemering their
luvitat.ion to drink. The guard had re
fused to enlter the hotel with them.
urging them to allowt himi to reiimain on
the piaza. IIe was not there when
they retturiied, but they soon saw him.
On the sidewalk lie was arguing with
a white uniformed police guard, and
they realized that he had been ejected
from sacred precinets.
They promptly rescued him from the
ofileer, who bowed an(I strode away as
soon as they interced(ed.
"I)ese fellers Is slick enough to see
you are swells an' I'm not," said
Sitzky, not a bit annoyed by his en
counter. "I'll bet my head 'at inside ten
minutes old Dangloss will know who
you arc, where you come from an'
what you're doin' here."
"I'll bet fifty heads he won't find out
what we're doing here," grinAed An
guish, looking at Lorry. "Well, let's
hunt up the thirst department."
They found the little apartment in
which drinks were served at tables,
and before they said goodby to Sitzk:y
In front of the hotel, a half hour la;er.
that worthy was in exceeding good Ihu
m1or and very much tiushed in t,
face. IIe said lie would be back in i1w,
dIays, andl if they neededI himn fo;.::
purpose whatever they could r:
him byi a note at the railway sta:
'"Funnny how you run across an .\:'"r
icanl In every ilouk and corner m h
world.," imused Lorry as they wah
the stocky ex-iman-o'-warsman s,tol
off towvard his hotel.
"If we canl run across the (u:::
Rliockers 11 easily. we'll be in lI'"
Wheni shall we begin tihe hun t? 'ao
"W',e cnn maiike a few lnqluiries co
e'ernin~g t heni. They certainly are 90
ple of impilortance0 hee.''
"'I don't see thiegpmmie 0on any3 (of the
brewery signs around( town.'' obse'.vedi
Anguish c'onsoilingly'. 'tTIher's ev.
[lently' t no Guggenislocker' here.''
Tlhey'3 strol led thbroughi thle streetst.
nieari thle hotel unit il af'ter' Ii ''emek,~
wondering at thle una inlt armchiit (': li'(.
the p)re'tty gairdenis and1( the paIstorl': :1
mosph)lere that enivelop)ed the city. i'Gv
'1rybody13 was busy, conitentedl, quiet and
Liapipy. Ther'e wafs 1no bustle 01' strIfe,
10 rush, nmo beggars. A t 6 they sa w hun
Ireds of workingmen on the str'eets,
;oing to thirI homes. Shops were
'losed,. and there ('amie to their ears
lie distant boom11 of cannioni, evidlently
Ired f'romn different points of the comi
>a ss and1( from the highhind1( as well as
"Th'le toy' army is shooting off the
Godt night gtits,"' speculated Anguish.
'I suppose every b3'ody3 goe~s to bed niow."'
lii they03 returnedi('t to 1the Ittegengetz.
'lie dlininig hall was spii('ous an b11ieaui
if'ul, a1 1uixture oifit' 'rientaI and the
"Who1l the (li(kenls enin all theise' p)o
thlisper'ed. as5 if' he' f(eed their mna'
St nieigihbors iihlt unideristaind his
laiss ini wh'lich wel hit l'xpeet lo lhil
tranger~'!s saw~ that they wetre' altlrae
thi'r gue'sts o f thle lhouse~.. The i wo
'as easy to see. Towaird the end1( of
h0 Amel(ricans11 took pa1rtiIcular 1)ains to
tudy thieni. '[hey3 were c'leanmly bluilt
Pilows, about miedium height, wiry
nd active. As a class the mie?)nau
eared to average 5i feet '7 inch'ies in
eight, sonmc a lIttle taller, some a
ttle shorter. The two strangers were
ver six feet tall, broad shouldered
nid athletic. They looked like giants
mong those Giraustark men.
"They're not very bi1g, but they' look
s if they'd be nasty in a scrap," oh
erved1 Anguish, unconsciously throw
g out his cheat.
"Strong as wildcats, I 'll wager. The~
momen are perfect, though. Ihave you
',er seen a smarter set of women.
"Never, never! A paradise of pretty (
tunen. I believe I'll take otat rnt
When the two strangers left the din-. |
n~g rmomi they were conse'ilous that.1
Torfy eye in the piace was upon01 thetn.!
e' seem to be the whole show heme,
noeO.? mamQ ALnpmdeb n the. -Q down
at one of the tables In the garden.
"1 guess Anmerietns are rare."
"I've found one fellow who can speak
German and French. and not one. ex
cept our guard, who can talk English.
That eleik talks German fairly well.
I never heard such a language as these
other people use. Say. old man,, we'd
better' muke iniry ahonrt our friends
tonight. 'Tliat clerk probably won't be
on duty tomorrow."
"We'll ask him before'we go to bed,"
ttgreed Lorry, and upon leaving the
brilliantly lighted garden they sought
the landlord and asked if lie could tell
them where Caspar Guggenslocker
lived. le looked politely incredulous 0
and thoughtful, and then, with pro
found regret, assured them he had
never heard the name. He said he had
lived in Edeiweiss all his life and knew
everybody of consequence in the town.
"Surely there must be such people (
here!" cried Lorry, almost appealiugly.
Ie felt dishoartened and cheated. An
guish was biting his lips.
"Oh, possibly among the poorer class
es. If I were you, sir, I should call on
Captain Dangloss, the chief of poliee.
IIe knows every soul in Edelweiss. I
am positive I have never heard the
name. You will find the captain at the
tower tomorrow morning."
The two Americans went to bed, one
so dismayed by his (lisappolutment that
he could not sleep for hours.
ITO In CoNTIiNI. j
A Certain (ure for Croup 1sed for Ton
Years Without, a iFailure.
Mr. W. C. Bott, a Star City, Ind. hard
w.'ro merchant, is enthusiastie in his
praise of Chiimberlain's Cough Remnedy.
His children have all heel subject to
croup and hie has used this remedy for
the past tenl years, and though they
much feared the croup, his wife land lie
inlways felt safe upon retiring when a
bottle of Chitmberlain's Cough Remedy
was in the house. His oldest child was
subject to severe attacks of croup, but
this remedy never failed to effect a
speedy cure. He has recommended it
to friends and neighbors and all who
have used it say that it is unequalled for
croup and whooping cough. For sale
by Piokens Drug Co.
Too Low and Too High.
"Do employers hire men and then
pay them what they think them worth
or do they fix salaries and then get
such men as they can to fit them?"
asked a young man who had been go
ing through the experience of changing
his work. "I won't try to answer my
question, but I will tell you a story. I
called upon a manager to talk with
him about a place of responsibility
which I knew ho had to offer. Ho
seemed taken with me and I think had
his mind made III) to employ m.1e. Final
ly l:e asked me how" much salary I
"'I shl:)t:ice say aout $15t1 a month,'
'"ii i a tly' his face fell. I'm sor
i'y.' he sai:i. 'ht:t I expec"; to ;..ty $2,500
a yr. anIl I w it a $2.5:0 man.
Iom.1 th-T1' I w\ent to i:l't::e nbunt
:ino)theri pl:.-e. .\';:in1 I se ::'' to suit,
and we 1rtt to tih' luesli' ci' wages.
I kniew ti:' tir::t w::a not in he habit
of spnd!: noch~ai-l in'cuey-. If I was to
iet the in'sit[ion I muu hii low, andI
so) 1 4::%,A'-ted :8125 ai 1uo0h.
"I'tu sorry.' was te repi.-, 'hnt we
c:m't h)ay morie Ia iflim~if. I know
you're worith more mil the w~ork is
l-''INh morie. but we hamveni't got tihe
I,. im'y to speum'. that'ts ao. Good1
'Thle Stualy jf Me(dicinie.
The st udy of m ede-i ne Is the study
of mant andl of lils relations to his en
v-ironmient. it is the broadest andl
momst useful of all the professions. A
skillful p)hysiclani can find opportunIty
for tihe employment of his highest skill
In a hovel as wveil as in a paiace. Hie
is alIke welcomed by the king and by
tile peasant. The exactionis of the phly
sician's calling are more severe than
those of any other profession. HeI
must be content to hold all hIs personal
plans for pleasure, profit or recreation
subject to the exigencies of many oth
er lives as well as o( lils owvn, so that
his life must be less regular- thani that
of othier mcen. IIe b)elonigs to the s-ocial
fIre departm-iienit. IIle miuist often imi
per'll lis heal th, eveni lia life, to save
the heath I and li ves of oth er-. Hie
must lie ('ontemit with1 a short life.c BitI
al11 t hese dIsadvanIOilt ma aire indu1ce0
mnenhs to thn man01 whio dIesire' to) lIVe
up~ to the highest andt nioblest icals.
I"-rm "S-tar'ting lIn Li1fe,'' by N. C.
lhe e'oniomiy w.'hih iadmlinister's wisely
irni that nlggamrdIly e'oniomyI wh.lehi
<iayes for the amke of' saving and
speiids a di mie's worth of time to save
Spenny. I Ihave never known a mian
~vho ov'etimaiited the limpor'tamnce of
mt 'i ng penniles to (d0 thIngs which he
oing to hlarge inds(1.-Success Maga
The little boy's father had conme
tome fr'om lisa office ear'ly and was
yinig (down for' a nap before dinner-.
i'ho little lad's mothier sent him uip
itair's to see If lils father was asleep.
I ireturnedl with this ansqwer: "Yes,
namma'nI, papa is all aisleep. but his
"You look discouraged."
"I am. Another eollege has just con
erred the degree of LL. D). on my
Jncle Benjamin, There isn't likely to
>O muich left for ime when be dies."
A Me-an Dig.
Miss Passe--I hiavo had many chanices
:o marry. Only a short timee ago a
nan told me of ,hf. )evn. Mts Port,
Did be also tell you tho name ofOe
wn talk and, hi so
h describing big stocks, mani.
o rush off and part with your
>ds that are inferior. Trade
nd with folks that stand ready
ide that proves nnsatisfactory.
y line. New Fall and Winter
. The goods are all right
as low as they can be sold for.
nd you will always get your
Ond go home happy.
AND THAT THE BESL.
Clothing to go at a Bargain
Jotton Belt will sell round trip
he Southwest at extreurely low
30 days and stopovers allowed
d returning. The Cotton Belt is
s. Solid vestibule trains leave
evening with through free re
nan Sleepers, and Parlor Cafe.
ee the Southwest
nying country where land is cheap and
,here you enn pay for a big farm in a year
it, you shou i investigat. tie ecountry
ti the trip for you, tell youl the cost of a
essary expense lo.ikin;g arouad.
ut the coutIlly before~ you start.
stratedl books we hnve for free
2o3 Equitable Bldg , ATLA N1'A, ( GA.
IRt Our Patients.
lever Hold Out Felse Hopes.
ife or bougio and Varloocele wihon9
business; Conttagion. Blood ~IoR
or mnineral matxture; loas of Mu.l
r ened; no stimulant but *tanali
din Co. is an titatitutie owuan t.ed ##d
th.e chiof consultlag spnoialit, being as I
ntpyayicianu and suirgeons.
oe et met ot cbronic edIeuse is un5upet
nipped with atl the gaFano, farad!. bt?e
to the oWedical prfessio. Onr.anit*riu.,
nt atts'ndan ta, reguarly qo 10ed gradualls
lana being In charge.
l.s or unase dfor literature are sebi o
(inelc' i enolude) and we give oh assurw
tin a specified timne,
EASES.-''",*nd' f2 jcna.
y and Bliaddler troubles, Rhb umatism,
colo, Drains. Losses., eto.1 and al Private
amt. maignant t.roubles, datarri of the
as of. nen, etiob as Displaqements,
es.fn . o eu'ncst'a of women
IyDipjtlm blanks for home treatment.
ION AND AD)VICE FRIEfl. .e..
U".,,Cons Atlantay G.
atniess and dise
0d, PICKENS,s. g
DON'T DO IT
Don't be misled by high flo
ames and whole volumns of slus
ioth bargains and all such rot, t
rood, hard earned money for go<
.t home with people you know a
o always "makegood" on any tr,
My stock is complete in evei
joods are coming on every trair
Lmd first-class and the prices are
DO IT NOW
Try this store on one deal a
noncy's worth, never complain ;
1N YT'I IING, EVERYTHING,
Yours for prosiperity,
A Full Line of Coffins and
A few suits of Ready-Made
Oct. 2nd On dates named the 4
tickets to all points in t
Oct. 16th rates. All tickets good
where desired, going ac
Nov. 6th the direct line to Texa
Memphis morning and
Nov. 20th clining chair cars, Pull
Cars. No change of cars to Texas.
A Good Chance to s
at Little C
If you are looking for a new location in a gr
fertile, where the elinate is niii and i althful,
or tw -) and live t"ornfortably wiile You are doing
along the Cotton helt lioute.
Tell tus where you want to go atud we will pin
ticket from yourltne town, nud save you unnct
W Y'tu will want to know soincting ahn
L.et inie sid you the hand sorne, iliu
d ist rib)ution. Th1ey will interest you.
L. P'. SmMITHI, TrasvulinmgPaessenger Agent,
We Never Disappa
We FudfligrgPromise and I
laws of tbe state o
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tend yu our ierau,in'att efii
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