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WIFE OF GENERAL WAITS AT HOME
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One of the "girls they left behind"
when the American troops marched
to the border wtien trouble first broke
outin Mexico is Mrs. Punston, wife of
"Fighting Fred." She is at the Fun
ston home in San Francisco with
their only child, a baby girL '
THE SPREAD OF CULTURE
A Gainesville lady recently invited,
&er old aunty washwoman int vtse
parlor to hear the phoongraph phf
"Le Miserere," and was greatly sur
prised and somewhat provoked whea
the old colored 'mammy remarked:
"Lawsy, I sho like that piece. W
done have it, at home. We also hare
the 'Sextet from Lucia,-' 'Seleetfens
from Faust' and a lot more good
records. I sure will bring some up
for you-aUft to hear." GaisamBt,
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