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Kit D.OJLAS DRAKE.
MARY r. 1 E \'I TV
KMZA JH.ru PK.V|( i%
MA It V II t.\JKl K Q v, A ft D.
A Metnbei sWorvrinj
Pear Eriito: -Firs' ,f k|| I want to thank
pu reproducing my re?m and Emma's
look belter I ha., been ,iek ?>,. P,.t wok;
dldn t anything for nearly lit* dov..
,hn! " ,!" awful for one. if I ninv ?,?
the word, hut I am .tc now The poem 1
send Is i si '.?,-:!..,, <roln ? |?ng nnr j ?.,?,,,
palled 'Walllng ' t ? ope it Cet? in, as
'"??Ii ? ' lustraMn? ti l am greatly Inter
Wt?d ? v ,n ca mpajjitt CJub. We
girls ?III be only too pleased ti storm a
tiinler auxlliarj If you Will seitd' ua buttons.
I ?m fo- Wii??n every day In lh< year.
Welcome ba.-k to the page Clarence Sp?n
cer l .it. lorry* you hnvo been tli k. a* I
know the t>-?> months I ti. Ill In 1910 with
fever seemed itVcf. h whole ??immer out of
my life. I fn ' %~r ihr members did not f?r
gel yoii, Isn't our paste Brand members? I
think w? hi Interests In '?mmon
and with ii"1 topics of th> da" than an?
other rtuh In existence Ar? blue jnd (told
fth? colors en out h,^s(..i ?... club ee?te?r?.
Fdttor- And hb.V? a rhlu motto? So
another time \n rt'd member.
II VRRY E GH> DWICK
Praise for Members.
Idltor? risass excuse me for not
wrttlnc In such ^ '."it 1101? I have b?en |
very bust Mvlmothei ? as in the hospital
!?r nearlv .1 month, but i? better nmv, I
hav? b?.?n reading the p.ig? <"?.-??? Sunday I
and en.loi'lhg It v.-r ? m? h Harcv Chadwick, i
inst "ss a ttnr poem, "When th? S?a Gives
Up H*r Peid." Mv ,irhon) begins on Sap.
!?m^'r rf I spsnt a week not i?ns er? with '
.i?ann?tt? freeman, and hid a flu* 'line I I
(? ????? ins' come back <r?m s ion? horseback ;
ride. 1 take ?n? nearly ?vrry d*-- w?
hnv? ri?. w?,t*rmelon? Lyra I'micm. that.
?a? a cm? irawihg you seni m t must j
rtc.e now L?*ve n" the members Your;
?i.-'-'d membar. MART MeDANIEL I
\v( ??. a !iipt?n. Va,
Monntaln Contributions Sum. b? others
Dear Edit?-. - Ilm writing on the mountain 1
cMldrcn. hit' I've nr.er written on a subject
Ilk. 'Iint before and It's rather 'llfflcu:t. .
im getting experience .my way Would '"ou ,
mind publishing th? 'as' part of ' f!??a Lee|
far*-" Jnv time you have the ?;>a'? ? I "nt
H In Innz ?so. I.hi it wasn't published, I ,
liked vour plan for the lunlor auxiliary, and j
am perfeetly wllllnt t? help, 'or t'ni very
Interested In poiit|.-?. Are we ?o|r,c t? have I
n exhibit. ?J the Plate Fair? I hope so. j
I'm wrltlnp n story of an arrow-head ????.
but am -ettlnc nlons very slowly, for it |
iak*? so iiiurh time in looklhtt up ihr dif?
ferent Indl.tn wars .md tJl^lr results. The',
arrow.hend le ^ll^l,"^'?|1 *o hiive been In a j
rrr.nt many of them My brother found It
H Bloody Ilun two or three ...irs ne? while
survc.ylnK there. 11 I ' use it a? n rtnntr I
weicht now i wont on n nl'til? to Fjrcsl ;
HIM last Thursday i ."d ?f August) and h.-id ,
.i fine lime Am s?'nnp ready u> lackt?
?ehool work, jbon, Sincerely,
ALICE H WASHER.
WIMi.imsburg Avenue. City.
p, p._-p.. .on -.-ant ?,!? to send In our eon
j. .mini! on tha mountain as nrdlnir ?1 -
trlbutlons? I'vi i?s? my bads? Will you
please, send me another? A H- W
Trying for Medal.
Dear Kdlmr?1 s-:rro?e you s?t t|r?d of
lieanns from me so often 'but i,avani la fin
a m?dnl and to r" or.e t will hav* to be
r>fii;ar, although I don't mu to wear my
wslco'ma Otit My sister, who was on?a a
member of th?T. P C C has been visiting
In Louisa County, hu* .am. ba'-^ yesterday
after having n Bne tlrr.? 1 liopr you en Joy ad
your varano.i M>' cousin; Louise w??h?r.
.? me ?he 1 si to-ned the eb.ih I bope sh? ?
en'oys ih? pane ns much as I "1" Th? litt!?
pr.r'Ketboo'^ vTi sent nip Is In "-onstant tisa.
Everybody thinks It Is very prelty. ar.d I
more than any of them. 1 hopo you will
publish this drawing of mlnj If you hav*
?nough space, and don't forFet Vour loving
inemh-r. ALICE GAVLE. I
401 Louisiana Street. R'.ehmond
^trillions Si vcril >Iiinlirr?.
Pear Edl'or ' > t> to see rVnrene*
Ppencer has been sick, and hops he I* wrell
by now. Our Watermelons are just getiing
rips but nr' smull because nf the dry
weathar w. had a nlfe tjlu this rveninc.
wh|ch wns ??rv mm h needed 1 am landing
anin'eis to ?ome of the pussies In Sunday's
paper. Hairy Chadwick ? poem In Sunday's
peper was fins 1 will .-lose, wishing too
?dltn- mid members sue.ew I remain.
Upper r*.!on V? MAHIAN MOTLEY.
Another New Member,
Dear Editor?1 have jusf arrived hoir.n
after having rtve weeks of a most it.orioua
va.-stlon Alice mV ?ist^r ha.^ beeh'a main
h?- of ihs T. n C C for quite a while
Pleasi ?. ! its a badge, as I also wish tu
'oln A Ice and I |r jro mtltlna a
? hi ii d hae? many snapshots of
our friends. I hops you "java hud a fne
vaeatlon. t rannot draw very well, but
I always liko to write iompo?|flors and
it?rlf? Wi : : must now close, hoping lo
b? a 'a .', ? 'ul member.
rso? Wllilamebu>t Avehu?, Richmond.
Hear Editor,-Thatik : Deaf Editor, 'or
siting us ha v. i contosi I bhall do ir.'
r-st. Itefcirt you ,'r.:, al my contrlbutlou
for this ivetk 1 shall "p' it f?vni r.f you.
:? IS a Story I read frem book, und It lm
pressad me ? vie!, 1 1 ?\. r-\er forgotten
t. Put thers Is a blol ?n the tlrst sheet,
nd bell.ve me it wouldn't have been th're j
nit for n\y brrVer, and -is my inr.er self
b'l Kat .< ? . In n.: ?d t couldn't make'
? heiter by :0PMh? it over i sm ??riiini
i to v->u a. ;? RAY VAUOHAN.
f it We st . S|ri 'i City.
Comlnr. t" Klchmond,
Pear Editor,?"Slap, can?." her? I am
[again with my serlbblirs. Hope It may b?
Ol ' to e?capr the ?aeie haskst Oh! what]
should I do h'ii go in p|ek up \r\\- pen and
l^iiock the hotOc at Iii'k over on the table,
and such a "m?m" you ne-.er saw. Hope
you have had a nice time on your vacation.
I ' av e been having a time ;:-.!r,g visiting
and to picnics Expfi ? tri ??> to Richmond
.^aturdnv Hcpe I mav ?ee > r.vi whl's there.
Am sending In :i p1''"' Pl?s?i put It In Ihe
"'. Despatch Would b. s ad to hear
trom ar.y of ths members
I IV No Jj Pnjc *. Ashland, ^?.l
Can'l l 'e Pencil Drawing*.
j Dfai Kiiiior.- I am sending; you a few
pictures, out .>' which 1 Will ' on would
Please select Iii? ben nnrl publish in Sun-!
Lttaya' Times-Dispatch i will iry and send,
Uni iure every ?e?k tf worth publishing-.
I .mi eleven years old Your unknown
? ? HELEN II I in i.MI'SON
ir puss es. When >*>u I
" send ib.- rules also. ,
lourna alir< "Dadd
IhV ? ? flh? !f it l?h
1 ARC! A RET K EE TON.
Vend? Continue.! t-tory.
rrtnted ! t-.'n fr?m 'he litters ?f lh? T
p m*mber? that th?y all en toy id their
?? * ? '?? )-* ?> i r ?t? :? ha-e lo r'li'-.'
trie - fin..? In a f?w ?eeks t hop* Mr.
Wsstebssket wl r? Impolite enough t(S -a
? ir' H .bn story, *t It dtaceura r??
me awfully mucli Ycur mtmbsr.
?A1 RTELLA 6 PVNN
ri'mcts str??i Pstsriburg, ^'a
Old airi,,hee R?lurtl?.
in- Editor.- i i?nl you ? dr?w|..g h-'.
n -1 fbi a I'll.-' -a-> m'1 drawing i? the
f.aper. but did n"H get ni> hadgs Now J
lm going "> r?n?* my membership P;ess?
>?r.d rrt? a badge Inelofed vftu w|ll find the
answer to Blanche Anthony's puiz> An old
m?mb?r, GERTIE mwis
Orove a.-?r ;?, Petereburg. Va.
11 ants Madge
I'ear Editor - I w; xnie 4ra ask you for
a badge, as I haven t gotten v. ? VVo are
having a plenty of peaches ond watermelons
h?r? 1 enjoy them ierv much. As
tiding ya?t?rdB! I a?w an open b?,e
cottoi ihe'flril l r.tn* sean How many
ititmDin like to ridt herssback I do, sr.d
: rother has bought a eo'.i. and T want to
? ride It l'.esee ?er.rt ms a badge
at* WHEELER 6EWARD,
"Editorial and Literary Department*.
My D?ar Boys and Gitlf
I supp^s* th? above words, "school
days." are uppermost, in the minds of
most of our members at' this time. ^
Children, you have had a good, long
real, and I hope you have had ? e;ellg-ht- j
ful vacation, all of you. Surely you
are ready .ind ?Illing to again take i
tip your school work. Not only ready,
but determined to do ?von better dur- j
Ing- the coming session than you did j
In the past
Som?. of you will doubtless i>o enter- j
ing upon y?ilr last session Only nine
months before you will graduate und:
enter upon the serious duti->s and re
sponslblltltes of life. The boys will
go forth to tlsrht their battlers with tho
world and to malte a success of their.
efforts in tho business sphere, reg.-.rd-]
less of hc< upation or position The j
girls ?some will have to enter the
business world ib support themselves,
some will assume the duties In their
own households to lighten tho work v?f '
th?:r parents, and somo will enter '?r>
clety, with u.< never-ending demands!
on their tlmo and energy.
?'School days" 'iro happy days, and
you will all realize it more and mort?
as the years roll by. Think of the
pleasure it will he this month to acnln
see your oil playmates., to reriaw the
old bonds and ties; to tell of all that
lias happened since iast you met, and
to spend another session together.
This Is the time of lif.> when you
Will form sr.me of your dearest friend?
ships, those that will he held priceless
during your whole life.
Let us not forgot the T. D C C., but
endeavor to make it a still greater suc?
cess during/ the coming months.
THE " 11.K s Pitl/r, WI.Y.VERS.
Henry Wood. 11 .North llarvle Mr'tt,
Miss Eliznhcth Pcnlck, south Roaton.
Min* Marian Lee Motley, 1 pprr /.Ion.
< nrollue t ounty, Va.
I III. \\ II Ins ( h V| 11 I I} I TOHS.
Anthony. Blanche Harris, M. A.
Broadrup, Helen Irvlh, (Jertlo
Brockeubrough, W. .lenklhs, Marie
Beverley, I'. M. Kcetoh, Margaret
Mehner. Mary McDanlel. Marv
Hark. Ada V Motley. .Marian L.
Chadwick, \v. r:. Petty, Irene W.
Chadwick, Harry PcntckJ Elizabeth j
Cock a, (Catherine sop,-r. Alma
Drake, Nicholas SeWard, Wheeler
Duke. Irving T. Stone. Kstel!,.
Dunn. O. s. Thompson, H. H
Dlekenson. Lottie Vaugiian. Kitty i
Knslow, Philip Wood. Henry
Ezell, Louise Washer. Alhe. H.
Gayle, ?llea Washer. Lquljs?
Hattorf, Alvin Yeatts. Mary F. J
For a ioi-.tr time after her father
left Heidi lay in Hi ehammock, her
head burled In the pillows, sobbing.
Finally the dinner gong sounded and
th" girl arose with a start.
"Why t haven't evcii dressed:" she
exclaimed, and then she remembered
thai aha was no longer In New Yotk.
but In Italy at "The Slccca" with no
one except Ourtha Madro and a staff
Ourthii wondered at tho sad coun?
tenance of Heidi, but made no re?
mark, as Signor Morinl had told her
not to question the girt.
Heidi kept to herself and would
hardly speak to Ourtha or the ser?
vants, for nearly two weeks, but l>v
the > nd of that time her anger had
somewhat subdued and she began to
tnak.. hersell more pleasant.
One morning whon she had been at
"The Hteoca'' nearly a month she
opened the posi lui? to find on top of
all the papers and letters a pink
tinted, delfenteiy scented note ad?
dressed to herself.
it was oil sht could do to keep from
making an exclamation aloud, for
letters never enmu for any one ex
Heidi rite linio breakfast nnd us
soon us possible secreted herself In
her room lb rtlad it. She lore open
llie envelope and found it contained a
single short, on which wan written:
"Dearest, if you love ine hotter than
your father, inool me at tho cross?
roads III half-past four this afler
ndoit and wc win leave here immedi?
She could hardly wall to finish read?
ing tho tiny mirislle "Do I love
mother moro than fnthcr!'' she r\
claimed, her eyes blazing, "father
whom 1 hevi r saw until a month arro.
and who has brought me here away
?1 hate him"' she rrled, ellnrhtns
t.\ LI. I IV \.'\ UL.lt!:'".>.
her tiny hands. ','Yes, I'll run away tn
mother and we'li both go to Amer?
Heidi's mtnd was mad?- up. and up?
on the pretext of going for a drive.
S war> allowed the pony and rar
without her groom.
.v' the appointed time she met her
mother, and an hour Iht wag on,
i train bound fo- Florence, from
w heh< e they would sail for Amcr
(To be continued I
OA Mit 1 KL LA I". S DUNN, '
Fllmore Street. !
Petersburg;, V \
im Kim. who coNtUF.ns aii,.
Many years ago there lived In i far
distant land a beautiful princess, tti?;
most beautiful of all w omen, who i
vowed she would wed only he who j
conquered all Kings
This scornful speech from th? most I
beautiful of nil women threw the
whole land into a turmoil?Ktr.gs *nd
princes warred against one another? '
but as soon as nn-1 thought himself
to be the conqueror some one would
Now nil this while the prlnees? and 1
her maid were weaving herself a wed-]
B it one day a masked knight r.im? ,
to the court, who was laughed to
scorn because he was without ser-'
v.intj. though he claimed to be the. i
conqueror of nil Kings.
"i-ome with me to my kingdom. Oh I
beautiful ope. and If I prove not to
you that I'm the conqueror. 1 shall ;
let you return to your father In
peace,'' to the princess he. said
So th?- princess and her fathers j
court started out on the Journey to
the kingdom of the masked knight !
After several dayr of travel, they
cahte to a dark valley filled with,
"Why have you hro.ipht me here,"
the angry princess asked.
"Because"?and for the first time
the knight raised hlf mask (invol?
untarily all moved a step backward) ?
"because this is my klng*?orn, I am
death, he who conquers all knights." ,
i;. snatched the princess In his arms|
and finished over Iii" tombs And In
I'hat country to this day the children
s?', when they sou thn long, fleeced, .
white clouds In the sky, "That Is the '
of the beautiful princess."
KITTY S VAUOHAN.
tr. i West Grace, city.
\\ 1 i.i.i K E. I ii vow ICK.
Loud and clear sounds forth the b?gle,
'Tis the notes of reveille,
And the sunlight falls in splendor
Oh the old fort by the sea.
All Is life within the barracks
t Where the sweet notes rise and fall,
And the echoes answer sadly
Down the long and sunlit hall.
Still the hugle calls again;
I Quickly Into line they fall:
Lank on rank of hoys in Khaki
j Answering to the old roll call.
Now they're off the word Is given."
"forward: March!" Away they go;
Throl, of drum and waving banner
Hrgc them on to route the foe.
Now the long, lone ranks have passed.
With caissons following In tho rear;
Thai which is a soldier's friend
How soon shall h, a soldier's birr.
I III the Held with shout and call
j And waving flags the armies m<M ;
The sunlight caught the gleam and
j Of holo bright 'gainst bayonet.
Bltdcs were flashed and chargers
As inio the fight they rush,
And brave men shuddered as they
A friend or brother's life hlood gush
Night c.?m? on. ths battle's o'?r:
The crescent moon sent fitful ray
t'pon the dead and dying men
Who braVely fought the fight that
And wnm?n wander lure and there
In search of father, husband, son;
A grr^spln? voice , cues to their ear.
And sorrowfully they bend o'er one
One who murmurs. I am waiting
For the time when 1 shall go."
But the tide of life ebbed swiftly,
And he sighed and SpOkfl no more.
|Tli? pale moon hides behind a cloud
She will ii d look upon such ?cenus
The lonely death, the aftermath ?
j of th. warfare In the Phllllplnes.
i ire William Chadwicks
National Soldiers' Home.
? Uamplon, V?.
I HR TI KOI r>| VN M MI?.
A song for the maid from Tyrol,
From Tyrol 'cross the tea,
As fresh as the dews of morning.
So simple, glad and free.
With eyes of the skv of summer.
And depths of th' sylvan shade,
With checks of tho blushing roses_
The Tyrdleslan maid.
With brow of an alabaster
And hair PI in auburn huo.
with lips Iho reddest of cherries
Th:it T: rol ever grew,
With form so simple and perfect,
A falrv from heath or clado,
in dress so natural charming ?
The Tyrolesian maid.
Tho year* in sll*nre l|0 burled
.v"ir.'-r the maid from Tyrol , ime,
And now from tho stago her presence
Is pass'd without a name.
13ut still in hor fashion, so simple,
And th' sweetest ro!? the play'd,
Pho routes wlien I'm Idly, dreaming?
The Tyrolesian maid
PRANK M. BEVERLY.
Frcellng, V?, ?
THE Bim HD V V ( 111 I.D.
I am a birthday child to-day:
1 must be ge-ntie in rhy play
And ttue in ?11 I do and say
The morning skv outside was red
When mother rame and told me so.
She sat beside rr." on th? bed.
Kissed me s!.\ times, and one to grow
And then she hugged me hird an'
"My birthday child Is good i know'
I must be good and glad and gay.
I m ist walk kindly on my way.
For I'm a birthday child to-day.
rttE twin ritixcESSES.
The-.- traveled on. an1 at last the
came to a castle in another ?ountr;
Now it happened that a pair of twl
princesses had been horn to thl
King and Queen nn tue same day ihn
Tearohl and Pohcrold h*d been hori
Their names were Ctarabell and Ton
ora Tearold and Clarabell were blond
and Doncrold and Conors, were verS
As soon r.s he saw her Tearold fell
In love Clarabell and Donarpld
fell in love with Conbra. But It was
the custom in those, days for a blond
to tntiry a brunette. So Tearold mar
tied Conoi ? and Poneroid married
Clarabeil a.rid they ail lived happily
Lower Rrerno, Brcmo BlUff, Va.
\ DESCRIPTION <t|" \ ?.HU. I KNOW,
Phe has laughing blue-gray eyes
and gold'-n curls .'lipped short and
cling closely to her head. Although
twelve years old. she h?s never been
to rrhool. and In consequence can
neither read or write She Is a reg.
tilar little gossip and there are few
things thut happen In tho neighbor
hood that she doesn't know something
about. Whenever seen she is usually
lagging her little three-year-old
brother after her and one seldom sees:
one but they know the other is high, <
M.H. K QAYLE,
401 Louisiana Street. City
MARTHA III DSON.
"Is the carriage ready." asked Vir?
ginia Harden, who was ready to go
down to the train to meet Martha
"Yes." said the driver.
Virginia stepped In "Hurry." said
Virginia. "I am afraid we are late
now, .Martha, who ir-- coming from
Georgia, is liable to get lost in the
When they arrived at the station,
the train was .mst pulling In. Vir?
ginia soon found her friend, They
got In the carriage and rode home.
II was at the supper table when Vir?
ginia suggested, "Lets have a party."
Her mother thought for h minute,
"Well, I guess you can" "Ohl goody.'
came it "in tin- two girls. They vvroto
the Invitations ami s.-nt them but.
The day came for the- party and tho
children were dressed In I heir best.
They and all the other children had
ti line time. They told stories, jokes
and played games. Then Mis Haiden
served the refreshments. They bad
peach cream, cakes, candy and fruits.
Vftc Hie party they went on a long
automobile ride. a very pleasant ovo
nlng end* d when tho pu ls went home.
Martha and Virginia had many goo.l
times, together. After a vorj pleas?
ant visit, Martha went home.
MARY FRANCE YKATTP.
rtOS Stuart Avenue. City.
l.u .111 lilt l\ l.ssi, v.
By helen BROADRTTp.
My rtrst s made for rest and ease,
Fol people short or lall.
Mv f.?'v,n<i women hate to t?il.
And some won't tell at all.
My whole a place in which to dwell,
And now there In no more to tell.
My first when happening to a toe,
W ill very often make It sore.
M> second nil men have to be.
And women, too. you r1n see
And now i know you U gueg8 my
An evil trail In folks. I'm told.
My (Irrt I? a noun of masculine g?nder
My second a smnll ejaculation;
My third brings thought of cannon and
My who)* is built to defend a brav?
My second means "at liberty,"
My first Is full of worry.
But wh?n prefixed to make my whole
Grows reckless, gay and merry.
As only one answer t? puzzles ever
pets on the page, to thf mctchers who
send me h eard w'th the answers to
at least three of these puzzles 1 will
send a posta' with a sketch of the
Soldb ri' Home.
rompo.ed hv harrt chadwick,
Care William Chadwick, National s?ol
dlers' Home. Hampton. V?.
If Georg? ha? $01 and h? Rlv?s .Hm
Hi and his mnth,<r 121 . ?hat amount
was left for him''
1 727 Venablc Street City.
1 White as enow and Isn't show,
th?n red as bj?od and Isn't blood Mack
as ink and isn't Ink Now what ;s If
1 I was coins on down the r^H
one dav and ??w a green houk?. and
In the 6re?n h?use was a white house.
?nd In th? white house was a red
house, and th?t w?s full ef little Mtck
irene WaTKINF tedtt
Ar.swer to "Stats rutzle.'" by
Answer t" t* s. capitals ir. flguri
by \V Seward
2, New York
i Little Rock.
Ar.s?er to names ?f months In fl
r>? by Edward Franklin
R, June 4
f August. *
1 1. November.
Answer to colore in figures, by A
MARIAN t.f.K MOTLBT,
Caroline County, V?
Answers to names of State r?pital?
f the United States In figures, by
2 New York.
: Little Rock.
Girls names In figures
1. l.t. P. n. 2?. 1.
2. 13. 1. 18. 25.
3 1. 12. P. S, e.
4. 13. 1. 18. 2". I, 1
5. 12. IS. 21. 9. 19. ir.
Answer to W. SfWsrtVl puzzle:
i New York,
6. Little Rock
Answer to R. Anthony's puzile:
Names of flowers In figures:
1. I. 19. 30. 5, 18.
2. 18. IS; 19. r..
3. a. l, is. li. l. 20. 9, id. it
?I. 12. 0. 12. 12. 2R
S. 20 21. 12. 9. 1?.
? 22. 9, IR. 12. 20.
7. K,. 6, IS, 14. 2f>.
R. 11. 16, IR. 16.2S.
?i t. 15. 18. 7. 5. 20. 13. r. 14. 16, 20.
10. 2. 12. 21. 5. 2. 6, 12. 12.
Answer to actress puzzle, by Helej)
lenneite Clark. Frances King,
AUci Blrdy. Answered bv
Gainer, Mill. Va
Merry lttMe sunbeam.
Dancing in the light.
Going In the dark places,
Miking things shins bright.
Merry little sunbeam.
Making fhlngs so hippy ind to
Smlllr.g at the sad words.
Msklng them shine bright
Care H. II. Jackson.
THE IIOl'SR KI,Y.
The house fly Is a very dangerous
little Insect. It crawls on things
thai you have to eat. such as candles
and cakes and butter. It also gets In
milk and tea and coffee. They car
rv germs In their wings. Thev are In
the way. You have to flap thorn out
ol your house or capes and thing**
like that, and they carry germs In
their feet. They speck up window
p.->nes and they sprrk Up the wall
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