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; ^ love
1 0 WOMAN need wast
tion, "Can a man lov
Most men not c
as many more, given I
a r>rnr?ti<>nl w^mon
I lKr 1 ^0VC8 ^er blisbai
certain of being his \i
(BfeMMHuJi resembles the pigeonli
with memories of pm
vise; some forgotten, some fa
recalled, bring a sigh of regret, s
ScaT)e. Yet enrh nnr? u-liilo if i
to bo genuine and lasting. Aiv
ho etill ia ready for another and
Indeed, there are eases a-ph
not only are ahle to lovo ono won
case may be, but that some, at Ion
two women at onco with what,
mi * ...
j acre is nothing in which
than in this ability to lovo 11101
may bo "ft very weathercock," f
her mind with the rapidity ain
weathercock, bIic points to but on
It, indeed, is rarely that sh
prefers, always providing she is
servant in Scripture, she is unal
the one and cleaving to the other.
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viaw man jvt luiieu-a nurscix 111 ic
Still, a woman may bo oqi
cither, and so not ho able to toll i
one is devoted in his attention ar
gratified vanity at open admirati
ference on the other easily persn
is he whom she really loves. A1
mucli /or dilatory suitors.
It is only a clever eoquetl
against another and keep fast ho
that alio who tries to play (his d:
w'uom she cares moat; she even 11
which conquers pride, and any nu
/\ he regards it ii
if these are n<
woman he rai
more than on<
Dangers of f'"
By HOWARD C. CROSBY ?'c'
Elizabeth, N. J. tho
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hat which would require a com
When,the conductor said,
as bIio brushed past mo one of hei
and you can see the Bcratcli yet.
inp, and now I have devised a p!
Qmoll ' ' - - -- 1 1
Lilian i;uik wps, ornamental,
wear them, should he made to fit
they had been pushed through the
Tho ornamental tips would a
the danger of the points striking
I think that's a good scheme,
to All und
ULT e? l.r 3
HJtil 11I1I11U I liav
By GEORGE T. HADLEY OOU
San Francisco for
not due lo tiie tropical climate no
Death came not from the heal
but l>y insect* which introduced i
organisms. In the same way the j
of the rat flea, and so it was the
San Franeisco, at heavy cost, tlm
from one of 'hi most fearful visita
Many Men Love
4 A Cm A - "
|| Alter Another
e time perplexing herself with the queso
twice?" Undoubtedly he can.
mly can love twice by twice twice, and
time and opportunity. Jt was a wise and
o said that she cared not at all how many
ad might have had so long as she was
said that (lio heart of the average man
ioIcs of l?ia office desk in that it is filled
st love affairs, 6ome tender, some otherintly
remembered; Gome which, when
oiiie a feeling of thankfulness at a lucky
nstccl was a love of a sort and believed
[I with all these memories tucked away
inly on record to prove that many men
unn after another, sooner or later, as the
ist apparently, find no difficulty in loving
if not love, is a fairly good imitation
men and women more radically differ
*c than one person at once. A woman
is Shakespeare put it; she may change
i r. l.i- - _i? n ?
.i jHKiL'iiusb 01 me winu, out, like the
ic point at once.
c lias any doubt which of two men she
in lovo with cither of them. Like the
jle to serve two masters without hating
, No woman was ever truly in love with!
>ve with another.
tally attracted by two men, not loving
ivliich she likos host. In such ease, whenl
id (lie oilier merely ordinarily rourteous,
on on the one hand and pique at indifades
her that the lover who has spoken
il women love to be loved and few caro
e who successfully can play one man
Id of them both. Sometimes it happens
iJficnlt game ends bv losing the man for
nay love both. It must be a strong lova
m objects to sharing his Ku-?>o<linnrf ?.mM?
ic man, when ho plays (ho double game,
u quite a different light. His heart is not.
ho only can find room in it foroneobjeeb
needs sympathy and companionship, and
jt given him in sufficient quantity by one,
ely hesitates to seek thein from another
t is large enough ami warm enough for
?, and since there are many things which
fancy, also to his vanity, the woman
a is sho who studies him ami nr>ts
1 11avo a plan for eliminating the evil
Iho projecting hatpins of women.
Thoro has been much discussion lately,
>ut the danger of (he long hatpins which]
e become so common in these davs, andj
: .1 _ j: ? i *
iMHuoii nas even oeen attempted to!
?viate the evil. And it is a serious evil,
I had occasion to witness the other
1 was on a suburban car, about 0:30
ock, and found myself wedged in near
car door among a largo crowd of young
n mwl u-AiMnri rIM.? k 1 1
.. ....x. ..unaii. i iiu iar Biujipeu anu a
well-built woman entered, wearing a
ifortablo bandbox to bouse it without
love up front, please," she started, and
r hatpins caught me on tlie right cheek,
That was enough to set. anv man fhinL
an which 1 think will obvinto the difliof
course, or olse the ladies wouldn't
, on (ho sharp end of the hatpin, after
; hat and are projecting without.
dd to the attractiveness 01 the hat, and
an unwary stranger would he entirely
and I certainly w ish it was in operation.
Our occupation of the Isthmian Canal
c has been of infinite benefit in more
'8 than in demonstrating Yankee abilto
handlo the greatest feat of construci
Sinco 1905, when tho Canal Zone caino
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rr me sanitary control of the United
tes, no cases of plague or yellow fever
e appeared on the isthmus. The old
>ry that tho tropics vrore unhealthy and
Id not he infldo a salubrious habitation
white men has been absolutely exploded
l -- *
wiiui iihh Dccn dono on (ho isthmus.
i fatal diseases onco so prevalent were
to emanations from the water or tho
; of the 6un nor a poisoned atmosphere,
into tho human system specific inicroi!ague
occurs in India through the hifo
practical extermination of tho rats in
t beyond any question saved that oity
tions of that dread diacajia.
i J Mt?tl?toe Is Dangerous.
| j ?Vw people who know mistletoe I
?nly ab a deslrablo feature of Chrlst
maa decorations understand that the
plant Is a parasite dangerous to the
life of trees In the regions in which
It grows. It Is only a question of
time, after mistletoe once begins to
grow upon a trco before the treo Itself
will be killed. The parasite saps
tho life of tho infected branches. Fortunately,
It Is of slow growth, taking
i"| years to develop to largo proportions,
i but when neglected, It invariably ruins
. all trees it reaches.
I English Women Smoke Pipes.
Tho latest fancy of the womansmoker
is a pipe?not the tiny affair
that suffices for tho Japanese, but a
Bood-sized brier or a neat mcerI
RpVimtm ~ ~ l- "
...... * no i? uoiuiy carried
along with n gold card case and chainpurse.
For some tlmo now the cigarette
has given place to a cigar,
small In size nnd mild In quality.
Women said they were tired of the
cigarette, and wanted a bigger smoke.
Cripple Rides Bicycle.
fjpnrfrn Anofnu r, A to ? ' -
?I6cu ?<s, a cnppiR,
of I,elcestor, England, Is one of the
most remarkable cyclists In the country.
Both his legs aro withered and
useless, but tlio IvOlcester Cripples'
Guild has provided him with a twoi
wheeled pcdalloss machine, with a
padded tubo covering tlio axle bar.
Across thi:i ho lies face foremost, and
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nun nuum-ii cuijjs strapped to Ills
harnls he propels himself along tho
streets and roads In a marvelously
l rppld manner, lie has complete con'
i trol of the machine, his hands acting
i | as pedals, steering gear, and brake
Pretty Good Definition.
I I \Vn ho?r >
, i linn/ iniii?M 111 rim
| ttreet sometime^, and the following
deflnltlon of tho height of aggravation,
by a gentleman In rather shaky boots,
whom we encountered In a well known
hostelry tho other day, struck us as
being particularly choice.
"The 'eight of haggravation, gentlemen,"
said ilits pothouse humorist, setting
his pewter on tho counter and
' looking round proudly, with the air of j
I one about to let off a good thing, "tho
j 'eight of haggravation?why, trying
| to ketch a (lea out o' yer ear with a
<111 <Jl UUA1II glUVCS. lyOIKlOIl 111Bita.
An Alaskan Luncheon.
Runners of woven Indian basketry,
with white drawnwork doilies at each
of the 12 covers, were used on an oval
! mahogany table. Tlio dollies wero
! mado at Sitka. In the middle of the
i table a mirror held a tall central vase
of frosted glass, surrounded by four
smaller vases, all filled with white i
spring blossoms. The edge of the i
mirror was banked with the satno
flowers. Four totem poles were placed
! on dollies in the angles mado bv the
[ Placo cards woro water colors of
A1 ask.m scenery. Abalono shells held
Baited nuts, and tiny Indian baskets
| hold bonbons. Tho Koup spoons were
; of horn, Reveral of tho dishes used
were made by Alaskan Indians, and
tlio cakes were served on baskets.
Tho menu was as follows: Poisson
a la UerlnR Sea (halibut chowder),
Yukon climbers (broiled salmon, potatoes
Julienne), snowbirds avee
nuroraboreaiia (roast cluck with Jelly),
onuiigiiuK river turnips, Tannna
beets, Skagway hash (Balad), Fairbanks
nuggets frlpo strawberries arranged
on Individual dishes around a
central mound of powdered sugar),
nretlc slices (brick Ico cream), Circle
City delights (small cakes), Klondike
nuggets (yellow cheese In round balls
on crackers), Nome firewater (coffee).
?-Woman's Home Companion.
Against the Po
A disagreement about advert
with a "weekly" Journal.
Following It, an attack on us
their editorial columns; Hiieoring
wo made particularly regarding .
Wo replied through tho regular
tho "weekly" thought wo hit bac
hard and thereupon Bued for libe
Tho advertisement tho "weekI
U8 about claimed that In many cas
(licitis an operation could bo avo
cuiiLiuuiiit; iiuiigoBiiDie rood, wast
bowels and taking a predigestcd
Observe we said MANY cases
Wouldn't that knowledge be a
those who fear a surgeon's knife
Tho "weekly" writer said that v
Wo replied that he was Ignorant
He was put on tho stand and c
admit ho was not a Dr. and had
knowledge of appendicitis and nt
gated to find out if the testimont
our Co. wero genuine.
/v iamoua surgeon testified thr
operation was required Orape-Nutf
obviate It. True.
We never claimed that when a
waa required Grape-N'utB would pr
Tho Burgeon testified bacteria [g
ed to bring on an attack and b;
grown by undigested food frequen
We claimed and proved by of
experts that undigested food 1
reaponalble for appendicitis.
We showed by expert testimony
cases are healed without a knife, t
pine tho use of fnrwl
when food was required again It <
to use a prodlgested food which dl
tax the weakened orgnns of digest
When a pain In the right' Bide aj
not always necessary to bo rushc
"You will admit that you owe B
great deal to your wife?"
"I should say so," replied Mr. Curarox.
"I wouldn't bo Invited to any of
her receptions or muslcalea If I wasn't
married to her."
Her?My brother won first prize In
that amateur guessing contest, but j
they ruled lilin out as a professional.
Her?Yes. He's employed In the
government bureau, you know.
The Manager?Can you mako quick
changes and double in a few parts?
The Actor?Can I? Say, you know
the scene In "Love and lobsters,"
whero the hero and the villain are
fitrhtlncy mul n f ..I^j " 1
?? ? ?? iiu nu i uaues in ana
separates 'em? Well, I played all
three parts one night when the other
two fellows were ill.
Not Altogether Dead.
Mr. Robert Butler of Marlborough,
England, has had the peculiar experience
of hearing his death announced.
Ilo was attending the poor law
conference at Exeter when -ono of
the delegates moved that, in consenuencn
of ttio >*- ?
. vivuvu VJI mi. uuutrr,
which they all regretted, another gentleman,
whom he named, should he
appointed to (111 his pluce as one of
the representatives of Wiltshire on
the central committee. Mr. Butler
rose from his place on the platform
and announced to the conference,
amid much amusement, that, so far
as he was aware, ho was still alive I
and In good health, and would be
pleased to continue in the office if the j
Bankers and Dank Notes.
Four men, tlireo of whom were connected
with brokerage concerns in the
Wall street district, were discussing
United States paper currency and tlie
disappearance of counterfeits. "We
are so sure nowadays," said one of
the party, "as to the genuineness of l
Uilis that little attention is paid to
them in handling, except as to denomination."
To prove his assertion
lie took a $10 yellowback from his
ijucitei, ana, noming it up, nsked who
could tell whoso portrait it bore. No
cno knew, unci by way of coaching
the broker said it was the first treasurer
of the I'uited States. Again no
one knew the name. "Why, It's
Michael Hlliegaa," said tho man
proudly. "Hut in confidence, I'll tell
vrvu I /-ll/?*?' '* n- 1
? uiun i nil./il 11 IIVM IMJIIUICS
ago."?New York Tribune.
Vivid at Least.
Dr. Illram C. Cortlandt, tho wellknown
theologian of iios Moines, said
In a recent address:
"Thomas A. Kdlson tells us that he
thinks the soul is not immortal; but.
after all, what does this groat wizard
Know iiuout sou Is 7 His forte Is electricity
and macnltiory, and whon ho
talks of souls ho reminds me Irresistibly
of tho young lady who visited tho
llaldwln locomotive works and then
told how a locomotive is made.
" 'You pour,' she! said, 'a lot of sand
Into a lot of boxes, and you throw old
stove lids and things Into a furnace,
and they you empty tho molten stream
Into a hole in the sand, and everybody
yells and swears. Then you pour It
out and let it cool and pound It, and
tm ii .1 uu tnu ii in it iiiiisK mat oorea
holes in it Then you screw it together,
and paint it. nnd put steam in
it, and it goes splendidly; and they
taku it to a drafting room and mako
a hluep rlnt of it. Hut one thing 1 forgot?they
have to mako a boiler. One
man gets Inside and one gets outside,
and they pound frightfully; and then
they tie it to the other thing, and you
ought to s?o it go!' "
stum Cereal Co.,
to Bririg (
ising arose hospital ami at tho risk
Plain common sense
appeared in is to slop food that c
at the claims digested.
Appendicitis. Then, when food Im r<
1 nnnoi's niwl 'ii *- '
- uiresicu ioou. urape-:
k rather too you know it to bo predii
I. before taking),
y" attacked Wo brought to Coui
tfis of appon- from New York, Chlcagt
Ided by dls- \%ho swore to tho analy
ilny out tho that part of tho Htarchy
food Urape- barley had been transf*
kind of sugar produced
not all. digesting starch (the lai
comfort to Some of tho State cli
u? uify ipht |)lo "weekly" said Om
called a "predlgested" f
vas n He. It was digested outsido
: of the facta. The other chemists sa
ompelled to been partly or half dlg<
no medical was commonly known a:
>ver investt- Splitting hairs about t
il letters to jt js sufficient that II
food Is "predlgested." it
it when an stomach and bowels th
j would not part Is predlgested.
To show tho facts wt
n operation Darlington, former chlei
event It. of Health. Dr. Ralph W.
crms] lielp- Chicago Laboratories, ai
icterla was If we were a little se
ny. Hon of a writer, self-con
hor famous appendicitis nn<l its can
waB largely public will excuse us, In
our head, Mr. W. Posi
that many study of food, food digf
tut by stop- the conclusions are indc
dlgeRt. and best medical authorities
was helpful Is it. possible that \
d not over- suggesting, as a Father
Inn -* " *
unu oi mo lanmy who an
jpears It Is side: "Stop using the
d off (o a gravies, mince pie, cheei
Echoes of Munchausen.
It was an abseut-mlnded traveler
who had lately taken to ballooning.
"Yes," he observed Impressively. "It
was a fearful Journey. The machine,
a thousand feet up, and no more ballast,
headed straight for Siberia, and
I the rarefied air wnll, you know aa '
| well as I do what effect that has on ;
a balloon.. Yes, the peril was terri I
ble." Then the old habit was too
strong for him. "The wolves detected j
our presenco. A desperate ra<o ensued.
Wo felt their hot breath on the |
nape of our necks."?Ixjndon CJlobe.
Largest of Whales.
Tho largest whale of its type of
wnicn mere is scientific record was
captured recently off Port Arthur,
i Tex. Ho measured sixty-three feet |
in length, and was estimated to be :
about three hundred years old. Captain
Cob Plummer, mate of a United
States pilot boat, sighted tho monster
In the shoals off the jetties, and the
I crew of his vessel captured tho mammal.
The huge body was towed ashore,
exhibited and much photographed before
being cut up.
Rat Bounty Excites Merriment.
Seattle, fearing tlie introdiu 'ion of
bubonic plnguo by rats, has ofiered a
bounty of ten cents a rat. This moves
Taeoma, safe from Infection from the
sea, to raucous laughter, and the Ledger
says that the bounty, "though not
intended for rodents of Tacoma,
Everett, Rellingham and other populous
and busy centers, has been findillC
tto WJ1V tlltn <! ? "
. ....J i.iiu mo |;uinuia <Jl UUI1i
residents of Seattle for non-resident
rats. But the Joke would be on us If
It were found that our rat population
had found Us way Into the Seattle
Two Very Old Ladles.
Wo have heard a great dor. I lately
about long lived people, but it Is prohablfi
fh.'it ih? oi/iocf
...v.-.,. 111 IIH!
world today am Fran Dutklevitz and !
another old lady named llabavaslika.
Tho former lives at. Poscm, In Prussian
Poland, and was horn on February
21, lT.S.j, She Is therefore one
hundred and twenty-live years old.
Tho latter, however, Is nine months
her senior, having b?en born In May,
She is still a fairly hale old woman,
and for neorlv one hundred years
worked in the fields. Her descendants
number close on 100, and these now
make her .a joint allowance Kh*> Hvm
at tho village of navelsko, whoso
neighborhood she has never quitted
during tho whole of her long life. She I
remembers events which happened at
the beginning of last century much j
more clearly than thoso of the last
40 years.?Dundee Advertiser.
Too Ardent a Lover.
Oeorgotto Fontano, nn embroiderer
who lives In tho Rue Sevres In Paris,
has found herself condemned to a
month's Imprisonment for what seems
to her a harmless net,
She was going homo from a concert
a few evenings ago when she decided ,
sha would llko to see her fiance. As
ho happens (o bo a fireman whoso
station Is in her own neighborhood It
occurred to her it would bo very easy
to summon him to her side by breaking
the glass of tbo firo alarm and
sounding a call.
She did so anr In a few moments
firo engines caino from several directions,
all laden \sith firemen, of course,
but nlas! her fianco was not among
tnom, mid rnoro than that all the fire- I
men wero angry, nnd before sho knew
what had happened eho was taken to
a magistrate, who proceeded to make
tho course of true love run unsmoothly
by ufudliig her to prison for n month
In spite of her tears and protests that
she thought It would be a simple way
of bringing her fiance to her Bide.
Ivtd., Gave a Splc
of death ho rut. foodf etc et<J
shows tho hettor way then when a>
tiuuiiuy uas hoc Deen Nuts because
Or should t
squired, use an easily a hospital an
s'uts or any other if Wo have kn
jested (partly digested approaching i
appeared by t
f analytical chemists No 0110 bet
> and Mlshawaka, Iud , skilful physicli
sis of Orape^Nuts and throes of acu
part of tho wheat and of prevention
ornied into sugar, the Just plain ol
in tlio human body by nowadays,
rgo part of food). This trial
lomlsta brought on by In pnio beyon
po-Nuts could not bo Iff is paFfTy"
ood because not ail of Appt ndiciti.s
the body. gtBtod fooclT
id any food which bad ?Vt "is' not ah
sled out.sldo the body r~,?j?t.: -
* predlgested." * ' L 10
ho meaning of a word. VHn'n ready'
only one-half of (ho ftestod fooif
la easier on weakened It is palaiah
an food In which no I' will pay ft
r> iniroduco Dr. Thos. rood but Roloc
f of tho N. V. Hoard tain tho clenu
Webster, chief of tho t,1(> body. Ma;
id Dr. B. Sachs, N. Y. breakfast of
voro In our denuncla- two Boft bollec
foBsod Ignorant about cocoa, milk or
ise. It Is possible tho Tho question
view of tho f.'irt llinl does tint \i.
L, has made a lifetime requires for tin
fit Ion and effects, ;md of ,ls purity,
used by many of the paper articles,
of the day. Good food is
ve are af fault for body is also li
and Mother might to
nounced a pain in tho "Thi
food, greasy mc.ifs. pnqhim
av.-, tuo miicn Btarcliy 1 " " ~ti\t
The Bright 8lde. ,
Nebuchadnezzar was lurching In his |
"All flesh being grass," he reflected,
"tills must be JJeef a la Mowed."
And chuckling hoarsely, he took a or
a man wno enjoys seeing a woman
in tears is a brute."
"I don't know about that," replied
Miss Cayenne. "One of the kindest
husbands I know takes his wife to bco
all the emotional i>lays."
Takes Himself Seriously.
Nicola Tesla, dining by himself in a
hotel's great, dining room, takes a
tab In W'hpro ! I r> rnn l>o C?nnn TK^.w.1.
J I.I fcllOUt
his meal he wears a deeply studious,
a completely absorbed, attitude.
I Ho may tiring to the table a portfolio
filled with papers. Theso he may
scan with prolonged solemnity. In
any event, he sits an eloquent tableau
| of profundity.?New York Press.
Holidays in the States.
Washington's birthday is a liolldny
In all states. Decoration day in all
states but Florida, Georgia, Louisiana,
Mississippi, North Carolina, South
Carolina, Tennessee and Tex:i?
day In observed everywhere. Virtually
every state lias legal holidays
having to do with lis own special itffalrs?battle
of Npw Orleans fo Louisiana,
Texan Independence and battle
of San Jacinto In Texas, Admission
day In California, and so on. Mississippi
Is like the federal government
In lack of statutory holidays, but by
common consent Independence day,
Thanksgiving and Christmas are observed.
A new one Is Columbus day
.u I* IV IT \j I tut; RUtLtS.
Planting Wedding Oaks.
Princess August Wllliclin, wife of
the killser's fourth son, has set herself
tho task of reviving one of Germany'^
oldest customs, that according to which
newly wedded couples Immediately after
the marriage ceremony plant a couple
of oak saplings side by side In a
park or by the roadside of their Dative
The town of Mulchausen. in ThurlnKla,
Is the first to respond to the prin
>.<?!> a municipal olilclal appears
tit tho church door after every
I wei u'ng and Invites the bride and
bridegroom to drive with him In a carriage
to a new road near the town and
| there plant oak saplings.
Tho tree planting idea was Rtarted
by a former elector of Brandenburg
[ with the object of repairing the ravnges
caused by the 30 years' war. Tho
elector forbade young persons to mar1
PV until 1* r? rl ?? ? *
. J ....v.. .... / uivu 1I10.UIC-U U UUIIlDCr oc
j fruit trees.
An Unnecessary Confession.
A hearty laugh was occasioned at
] the Birmingham pollen court by a pri?j
on^r who gave himself away In a very
delightful manner. Tho man was tho
| llrst on tho list, and tho charge ngalnat
| him was merely one of being drunk
| and disorderly. He stepped Into tho
dock, however, Just at the moment
when the dock ofllcer was reading out
a few of tho cases which were to com?
before the court that morning, and a
guilty conscience apparently led him
to mistake those Items fcr a list of h!a
Ho stood passive enough while th?
ofilcer read out about a dozen drunk
and disorderlies, but when he eamo to
one "shopbreaking" thr> prisoner exclaimed
excitedly, "That was eight
.. cais iiku, ;uur uonor," Everyone began
to laugh, and the prisoner, realizing
tho blunder he had made, at first
looked very black indeed, but finally
cnu. t >i r? >. i > ^ "
UIUUUIUU3 muo of i:io matter,
and a broad smile spread over his face.
HIh blunder did not cost anything.?
. which has not been digested,
rain ready for food use Graiolt
la easy of digestion?"
ho child be at once carted off to
iowii of many casea wherein tho
signs of appendicitis have dialie
suggestion being followed,
tor appreciates tho value of a
[in when a person Is In the awful
to appendicitis, but "an ounco
la worth a pound of cure."
id common tense is helpful even
<1 (furs lion.
p Fed "steel.
gMiorally has rise from undl*
vays necessary to operate.
stop all food.
to boglTT Teedinsr nsn n
lo and strong In Nourishment,
no returns in health to quit t'ha
fits and lunchoB arid use less
t food certainly known to con
>nt.s nature requires to sustain
y we bn permitted to suggest h
rnilt, Grape-Nuts and cream.
1 oggs, and some hot toast and
of whether Grape-NTuta dorn or
iln tho elements which nature
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