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SOUTHERN STANDARD--MCMINNVILLE. TENNESEK.-SATURDAY, MAR. 28, ,891
SOT1IIXG TO IK).
I have shot my iitihs mid spun my t
And bandied my lust, new bull;
I trundled my lump till I lull to stop,
And I swiiny till I got a full;
I tumbled my books nil out of the shelves
And hunted the pictures through;
I've flung them where they may ort them
selves: And now I 1 1 u v e nothiuj,' to do.
The tower of Babel I built of blocks
Cunie down with a crash to the floor;
My train of cars ran over the rocks,
I'll wurrnnt they'll run u more;
I've faced with Grip till I'm out of breath;
My slate is broken in two,
So I can't draw monkeys. I'm tired to
Because I have nothing to do!
The boys have gone to the pond to fish;
They bothered me, too, to go,
lint for fun like that I hadn't a wish,
For I think it's mighty slow
To sit all day at the end of a rod
For the sake of a minnow or two,
Or to land, ut the farthest, an eel on the sod!
I'd rather have nothing to do.
I wish I was poor Jim Foster's son,
For he seems so happy and gay,
Tlio c.iily (in irniitectl prrmiiiient
cure for .ill fnrms of henihiehi' stsid
Nt'in.ili.i. Relieves in 1.1 to ill) min
utes. A great Monti cleuiwr ami
nerve tonic, that in time permanent
ly cures. Sold liy YV. II. Fleming,
McMinnville, Tcmi, at f() ccnN per
- ' -
Itch, Mange and Scratches of every
kind, on human or animals cured in
.'50 minutes by Woolfiird's Sanitary
Lotion. This never fails. Sold by
Ititchey & Ilostick. iMM-.'imo. '
It i,s an excellent rule to b' observed
in nil disputes that men 'shuuld give
soft wolds and hard arguments; that
they should not so much strive to
vex as to convince an opponent.
Julia K. Johnson, Stafford's I'. (.,
S. C, writes: "1 had suffered. l.'l years
with eczema and was at times con
fined to my bed. The itching was
terrible. My son in-law got me one
half dozen bottles of Hotanic Blood
Balm, which entirely cured me, and
j A pretty picture. A sunny-haired
j child curing the Newfoundland's cut
foot with Salvation Oil.
' i i i it
. raiiroao engineer nas invented a
pump with which to stpiirt hot water
on deaf persons who walk on railroad
Wonder why so many persons suf
fer from catarrh when with old Saul's
Catarrh (.'me they would be cured at
The French " ami lOeentime pieces
arc hereafter to be coined with holes
in them like Chinese currency.
We all have our preference; but no
one prefers to hear a crying baby
when the fact is so well-known that
Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup would at once
When his wood ischopped and his work all 1 ask t( l,ublih f,,r tlu-
With his little half hour to play;
He neither has books nor top nor ball,
Yet he's singing the whole day through,
Hut then ne is never tired at all
Because lie has something to do!
Biicklen'a Arnica Salve.
etit of others suffering in like man
Mr. James Lambert, of New Bruns
wick, Illinois, says: "I was badly
afflicted with rheumatism in the
hips ami legs, when I bought a bot
tle of Chamhlclaiu's Bain Balm. It
The Best Salve in the world for eured me in three davs. I am all
tt "fe ASkS today ud would insist on ev-
pl Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all t,rv one who is nfflietetl with that
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures terrible disease, to use Chamberlain's
Biles, or no pay required, it is iaj jjrtm ,ui KOl llt nce.'
guaranteed to give satisfaction, or y , , Rit , , & n , D
money reofunded. Price 2 cents per '
ho.v. For sa e bv II tchev & Bostick. k "' ' ""
TJio Great Festival. The following item has been going
the rounds of the press, ami as our
The first churchman who makes drugggists, ititchey it Bostick, handle
any mention of Christinas, is Thoo- the goods, it may interest our read-
philus, Bishop of Antioch, who refeis ers :
to it in a paschal letter written about Having had occasion to u.-e Cham-
A. D. 170. A regular observance, bcrlain's Cough Remedy, it gives me
however, of the day did not cbtain pleasure to state that I lound it to be
among Christians until the fourth the best medicine for a cou'h ever
century. In Belgium, from Christ used ; in fact it cured me of a cough
mas to Epiphany, the children go that had ballletl several other cough
about carrying paper stars with a medicines. X. It. Bi'KXKTT,
'I be .tu pii-e of Hip Van Winkle
when awaking from his long slum
ber could not have been greater than
the consumptives upon finding him
self entirely relieved by Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup. iM cts.
Wiley Jones, colored, owns oul
ri 'lit, two street car lines, twelve
miles in total length, in Bine Bluff,
rk. lie was born there, and was a
poor liarher Hi teen years ago. He is
irgely interested in real estate.
Appealing to Diana, the Goddess of
the Fphesians, for help, is as useless
as trying to cure cholera without
ianter's magic chicken cholera cure.
No cure, no pay." Sold by W. II.
vou wait Preston's
FLIRTATION BY WHISTLING.
lighted candle in the centre, com
memorating the appearance of the
star in Bethlehem.
THE FIRST SYMPTOMS OF DEATH.
Tired feeling, dull headache, pains
in various parts of the body, sinking
at the pit of the stomach, loss of ap
petite, levenshness, pimples or sore
Dr. Fenner's Kidney and Back
ache Cure is warranted to give satis
faction in every 'ase or money re
turned. For sale by J D. Tate it Co.
DO NOT SUFFER ANY LONGER.
Knowing that a cough can be
checked in a day, ami the first stages
are a I positive evidence of piosoned of consumi,,ion Voken in a week, we
blood. No matter how it became hereby guarantee Dr. Acker's Eng.
poisoned it must be punned to avoid sh CoU h Ronie(y an(1 wlu vefum,
death. Dr. Acker's English Blood tho ,nnu n t' iltll. t,,i.u:r ...
tne money to all who buy, takeit as
jier directions, ami do not find our
statement correct, r or sale by .
II. 1 leming. 1.
Chamberlain's Eye and Skin
A certain euro for Chronic Sore Eyes,
Elixir has never failed to remove
scrofulous or syphilitic poison. Sold
under a positive guarantee. For sale
by V. II. Fleming. 15.
Xo man or woman of the humblest
sort can really be strong, gentle, pure
and good, without the world being Tcttert SaU Rheum, Scald Head, Old
lietter tor it, without somebody being Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema,
helped and comforted by the very ex- Itch, Prairie Scratches, Soro Nipples
istence of that goodness. and Piles. It is cooling and soothing.
Hundreds of cases h.ivn burn mired bv
IT !1 ! . !l Jll . It... I Ml .1.1
uere u is, ami 11 mis me dim mucn jt after all other treatment had failed
better than anything we could say: It is put up in 23 and CO cent boxes.
Jt gives meuie greatest pleasure to For Sale By Hiichey Je Bostck
write you in regard to Chamberlain's
Coucrh Bemetlv. Dnrimr thonast Dr. Fenner's Cougii Honey will re
winter T hovo ..mm ,,r it ti.nn Mieveany cough in one hour. Equal-
... . . . IV good for horses. Gives energy
any other kind, and Have yet to lmd rtn(l strength. Monev refunded if
any one, but what was benefitted by satisfaction not given. (JgSohl by J. 1)
taking it. 1 have never had any
medicine in my store that gave such
nni Vfrr.l entiuf-intinti "
T Al Pnvrv nrnrr-Ur Xot if you go ihrough the world a
J. M. KONrA, Urugglst, -Ivsnentic. Dr. AeU-or's Dvstwii
Geuda Springs, Kansas. Tablets are a positive cure for the
ol) cent bottles for sale by Kitchey worst forms of dyspepsia, Indiges-
& Bostick, Druggists, McMinnville. t',011- flatulency and Constipation.
uuarumecu auu soio uy v . n. rieni
Sad Fate of a ltaltlmore DruiinniT Who
Yi'as (ilven to Muilc.
He had r?ad his papers and didn't
know what to do with himself. He had
been over the route so many times the
Bcencry and brazen signs on the road
did not interest him; but the pretty girl
with a music roll and natty traveling
dress did. He caught a glint of her
merry blue eyes as she looked up at him
once in indifferent curiosity, and he had
studied the dainty coil of brown hair
until he had an impulse to run his pen
cil through the seductive little curl that
strayed over the back of the seat as she
snuggled her head into a comfortable
position to sleep, if she wished to. The
owner of the curl, however, was appa
rently oblivious of his presence.
Presently he took up his paper and
under a pretense of reading softly
whistled "She's as pretty as a picture
This made no evident impression on
the young lady, who was looking
dreamily at the fleeting landscape. Not
discouraged, the importunate flirt start
ed off with more insinuating intona
tions: "Oh, Eyes so l!lue and Tender.
The maiden fair moved a trifle tin-
easily and pressed her face against the
window pane. "A Sweet race at the
Window" readily whistled the quick
witted tormentor. There was no mis-
taking the personal allusion in the
whistle, and the young lady moved as if
to change her seat, but an ominous si
lence following this move, she settled
down again to ponder and to dream.
"Oh, speak to me. speak," whistled
the musical liend with tine inflections,
as dramatic as a whistler can make
"Kaltimore the next station, an
nounced the conductor.
"Bow ( an I bear to Leave Thee,
began the whistler, telling the cheerful
fact that Baltimore was his destination
The young lady sat up with a more in-
terested expression upon her heretofore
sphinx like countenance.
"Would I ne'er had meet thee," whis
tied the young man as he drew on his
overcoat, and striking into "r arewell,
Forever," as he disappeared.
The traiu stopped, he passed the win
dow and caught a glimpse of a bonny
face radiant with smiles of appreciative
mischief. It was almost his undoing.
He had an impulse to spring on the
train a"nd go to W ashingtonbut al
ready the train was whizzing past, with
a farewell wave of his hand he jogged
along whistling "Her 15right Smile
Haunts Me Still."
Let ne one give a long negative, con
trarv whistle of unbelief. X. Y. Her
NO USE FOR ESCAPES.
Tate & Co.
IS LIFE WORTH LIVING?
Chattanooga Press: Alice D. he
longeon says in the Cincinnati
Commercial-Gazette that among the
Caribs the word Mafia means the
M il, and that that people annually
ncraiice a liitle boy to appease Mafia.
Phe people at Xew Orleans have a
different way of dealing with the
m u y in jura m
I fn mm w - r TT mJ0 9
The Best Household Medicine.
Once or twice each year the sys
tem needs purging- of the impuri
ties which clog the blood. From
childhood to old age, no remedy
meets all cases with the same cer
tainty of good results as
BOTANIC BLOOD BALM.
W. C. McGauhey, Webb City, Ark., writes.
" I) D. n. has done me more good and (or Km
money than any other blood purifier Ie.xr used.
I owe the comfort of my life to u."
P. A. Shepherd, Norfolk, Va August jo, 1888,
writes: " 1 depend on 11. H. D. for the preservation
of my health. I have had it In my family now
nearly two years, and in all that time have not had
to have a doctor."
r- Write for Illustrated "Hook of Wondcri,"
r.LOol) BALM CO., Atlanta, Oa. Sout free.
All the elements which nature re
quires, to make the hair beautiful
and abundant, are supplied in Ayer's
llnir Vigor. This preparation keeps
the scalp free from dandruff, pre
vents the hair from becoming dry
and harsh, and makes it flexible and
A caloon in Cumberland Gap, East
Tennessee, has the following inscrip
tion: "Sunny Side Saloon Polytix
and other trix disk used at all ours."
Dyspepsia's victims are numbered
by thousands. So are the people,
who have been restored to health by
A Itir tin, liv Anna Aunitu,
Ml"t ,mi- Mtniit, lokdo, Ohio.
v"u' ""' 'vr MM.M1
V2d,"'m"'1' V,,u ""m1u lhr wk ami IU
P'"'"'" " Milr vaniiuir from i to
'.'i.Ti i' ilu. ... . in..... ir. 1
jf, rtf .-n .i . m n r HOT JTOU MOW
md ttan ynu. I an work In p-n- tima
r iMur, nr niunry mr woriL-
er. Failure unknunn amonr thiu.
NKVV mud M'OlirUrfiil lrtlpnl.rru
ll.llulleUtt: ( uHoi( B0 rurtluud.Matu
Subscribe for the STANDARD.
Tine TabkMclff&U B 2
bv. Sparta :o 6u urn.
1'oyle 11 iio hiu.
Il'iltlt rs U 45 am.
Walling li 55 aru.
Itock Islnu-i 1 05 pni.
liowluml 12 45 pin.
McMinnville 1 15 piu.
Csuiartt 1 45 ptn.
Moirifim 2 10 pni.
iSuiiiniitville 2 35 pni.
Manchester . J5 tan.
'I ullalioinu 4 15 pre.
GOING NOKTIf .
In sixteen cities of Viiginia the
negroes own property worth
5:L', the greater paitot which is real U. Tullalionm moot
estate. In Richmond
amount to fcS-JU, IJJS.
3 05 am.
'6 'So am.
3 54 am.
4 02 am.
4 Id uin.
4 35 am.
5 05 am.
5 25 am.
5 45 am
6 05 hiii.
ri 3d am.
7 20 am.
Sure cure-Preston's "lled-Ake."
l.!"?, L'i'XiryXZ t 1 Shoe. can
A LFATHFR PRESERVER, f Lewibheil
NO BRUSHINC REQUIRED. J U111J"
Ufed by men. women and children.
5 30 urn.
(i 30 am.
7 00 am,
7 25 am.
7 50 am.
M 15 am.
8 60 uiu.
9 15 am.
9 25 am.
U 35 am,
9 55 am.
10 25 uai.
.MuiichcMter 10 45 am.
" Suiniiiitville 11 15 am.
Morrison H 35 am.
Smart! H 55 am.
Mc.M innville 12 15 pin.
Rowland 12 45 pm.
Rock Island 1 05 pm.
Walling 1 13 pm.
Holder 1 21 pin.
Doyle 1 40 nm.
Ar. Sparta 2 05 pm.
Passenger trains pass Tullahoiuu gtiing
south 9 53 a m, 10 24 p 111 and 5 55 p 111 ;
ing north, 4 32 p in, 2 58 11 m, 7 32 a m.
rullahoma to McMinnville Arrives 12:10 1,.
m.: leaves 5:20 a. 111., daily except Sundays.
McMinnville to Sparta Arrives 5:30 it.ni.;
leaves 12:00 p.m.; daily except Sundays.
xnrougn mini 10 aim 1 rotn uevond Tulla
homa, arrives 8.00 a. m., leaves,12.(l(l m.
Beersheba Snrino-s Arrivpu c-'ia ......
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; leave
6:00 a. m ,same days.
omunvnie (route io. 19355) arrives 12:00
m., Moudays, Wednesdays and Saturdays;
leaves 1:00 p.m., same days.
Woodbury Arrives 12 m., Wednesdays
and Saturdays; leaves 1:00 p.m., same day.
Horse Shoe Fulls A i-rit-m 1 "-nil m UV.l.
nesdaysand Fridavs: leaves 2:00 'n. m.
Ci Willio, when you put rod clafs in jotu
To 'crvous Debilitated Men.
If you will send us your address
we will mail you our illustrated pam,
phlet explaing all about Dr. Dye's
.;eieirateu Electro- oltaic Jielt and
Mis. Michael Curtain, Plaintield,
111., makes the statement that she
ennirbr fnlil wliinh KPttlfl1 nn hor
Appliances, and their charmins ef- ami she was treated for a month
fects upon the nervous dcbihted sys- by her family physician, but grew
o, uu now uit- wm ouith-iy it- worse, lie told her she was a hope
store you to vigor, and manhood- less victim of consumption and that
I'am phlet free If you are thus af nn n.nriinSno nnM no w iw
rlicted, we will semi you a Belt and druggist suggested Dr. King's New-
Discovery lor Consumption; she
Appliances on a trial
Voltaic Belt Co.,
More Deaths Than Births.
bought a bottle and to her delight
found herself benefited from lirst
dose. She continued its use and after
taking ten bottles,found herself sound
and well, now does her own house-
wnrk nnd is ns well ns she pver wna
Nkw York, March lS.-During Free trial bottles of this (Jreat Dis-
1890 there were 40,105 deaths in this covery at Ititchey & Bostick's Drug
city, births 39,2")0, marriages Hfi'M. store- -
Shilohs Catanh Remedy. A CHILD KILLED.
Shiloh's Catarrh Itemed v. a mar- Another child killed by the use of
velous cure for Catarrh, Diptheria, opiates given 111 the form ofhoothing
Canker Mouth, and llead-Ache. syrup. Why mo'hers give,their
With each bottle there is an ingen- cmiuren sucn deaaiy poison is
ious Nasal Injector for the more sue- surprising when they can relieve the
cessful treatment of these complaints VhiI" of its IH'euIi!,r troubles by using
without extra ehnrcrp. lripo r,n fenf Dr. Acker's Baby Soother. It eon-
Sold by XV. II. Fleming 2 tains no opium or morphine. For
BillC uy . 11. ! If llllllg
One hundred and riftv (!() worm-
from two doses of Dr. Fenner's PI pass
Dr. Fenner's (Jolden Belief is war
ranted to relieve toothache, head
ache, neuralgia, or any other pain in ant Worm Syrup. See his circular
- iu n minutes. Also bruises, Money refunded if satisfaction not
wouuu, wne cuts, swellings, bites, given, l or sale by .1. D. Tate v Co.
luui, rHuiiiiur complaints, colic,
(also in horses,) diarrlnea. dwenterv
and tlux. If satisfaction not given
Tate A- Co
1'or sale bv J. D.
I. A 1(1 KS
N'eeiliiiS tonic-, or -luMr-n tlmt want building
111', sllim'.il t:l W
utam s nto iiiTTKits.
It is fleH:i!it iii nil -- .-in :n!-iti,. I'vlitres
Ilow TI111IJ (. hlcngo Man Itan Away From
Hotel l ire.
I reached Memphis at a time when
the- hotels were crowded, but managed
to secure a small room closo to a firo es
cape looking1 down into tbo alley. I had
scarcely ontered it when a gentleman
who gave his name, and represented
that he was a Chicago broker, knocked
at the door and said he wanted to ask a
"I am a groat coward about, firo,"
he exclaimed. "My room is on the
front, far better than yours, and yet I
shall be only too glad to exchange with
I wont to see his room, and thon glad
ly exchanged. It was one of the best in
the house. At about midnight that
night, while all were soundly sleeping,
a firo broke out in the kitchen. The
electric annunciators were put on, and
everybody was soon out of bed. Not
knowing whero the fire was, or how im
minent the danger, a dozen of us made
for the alley fire cscapo in a body. Wo
were hurrying down tbo hall when a
figure in white ran into us, upsotting
two or three, and with a wild yell passed
on. No one tried tho escape. Wo wait
ed for a while, and by and by got word
that tho fire was out.
An hour later an officer brought in a
roan clad only in Lis shirt, who had
been found a mile away. It was the
broker. Ho had gone down four pairs of
stairs, and ran until exhausted. N. Y.
"Whero are all the prominent citizens
this morning?" askod a tourist of the
landlord of tho Oklahoma House.
"I dunno, presizoly," was the reply.
"You see, last night, tho boys took a
hoss thief out to tho tree where they
alius hang '0111, an' lo an' behold! they
found a new-ronierhad cut it down. Tho
hoss thief happened to know who done
it. They'ro after him now, the hoss
thief leadin' tho pursuit. He's got a
bean of local pride, even if ho does
steal. If they ketch the feller, they'll
lie apt to string him up and turn tho
boss thief loose. We air a people who
i i- Alii-iv tUU U tae bimo biu fclias, but
paiuloJ it w.t.i
la l ovrvtf ini; l o'j:; n u nnd rrot'T.
woi.rp 1 iiA:ooLr::, r:-.ua3?::ii.
.,' f ri,u
' A MINT THAT CHI
tf itt THfltoitr.H
En Km f hm PeSft TlNVIsUiLE TUBUIAI AR
Uf kY bwk riKUinac WblsDera heard. Cora.
ui?SMZkZffiiVlZ&TJ& 3tainbackpastor;servicese very Sunday and
w,u.i.r at night; prayeruieeting Wednesday night.
Methodist Rev. J. T. Currv.
pastor ; services every Sunday morning and
uight. Sunday-school at 9J a. m. Praver
meeting Weunesday night.
Christian Services evervSundav. Pravn
meeting Wednesday night.
Presbyterian Ktv. J. I). Murray, pastor.
Preaching every Sunday morning and uight:
prayer meeting every Wednesday night.
Sunday-school every Sunday morning at !
Cumberland Presbyterian Rev. O. T.
1 O cents in Silver with iiaino and
Sunday-school 9:30 a. tu.
address will register your name in on nr. a. u. crumps, pastor.
my Immigration Mail List. ami will reaciiing every Mirdsv monnng and
(ause you to receive liiiips, iiaiicrs. tugbt. Prayer meeting every Wednesday
circulars ami. iiaiiomn is . on- niglit. Sunday school 9:30 a. 111.
C'! T.'IIOUAX, Lnni's. Texas.
ClMturi and briutiHca the l 'j. I
Proiuotet a laxuriant ffrowth. I
Never Fail to Bestor Gray!
Hair 10 lta xouimui l oior.
Curt, icalp diioaiet It hair tailiiur.
gm-,nHI mat Iimgpim
CH ANCEUY Sits 4lh Monday in Way ami
November; W. S. Bearden, Chancellor ;
J.C. Biles, Clerk.
pIRCUIT Sits 2d Monday in January,
U May, and September; M.D. Sniallman.
Judge; W. V. Whitson, Attorney-General.
r W Smith Plorlr
nOUNTY Sits bv ouorum 1st lklnnH 11 v i 11
Vk Porker'aOlUKerTonio. It curn the worn Cni)(h, I i .. ,,,!, . -.,.
We.ki.Tini:.. Diiiii,iniiigeition,i'in,Tkeintim.4ucta, everv month; full court every quarter;
HINDERCORNS. The onirmrf curffbrComt. V. M. Woinack, Esq., Chairman; A. P..
Btupi au paiu. lie at Uruiiu, or luscox k co., N. Y. Hammer, Clerk.
ATHER COUNTY OFFICIALS-I. L-
BOILING WATER OR MILK
rsz3 RBX 4
Rheay. Sheriff: W. W. Mullican. Regis-
ter; Wm O. Ettei, Trustee and Tax Col
lector; .Inhn F. St. John. Tax Assessser:
. F. Rruster, Raneer: I. L. Rheav.
lailer; W. N. Mitchell, County Superintend-
-fni 01 ruunc instruction.
f UNICIPALOFFICERS-Mavor. D. P.
lt Carson; Aldermen. W. S. Livelv. W.
II. Sa-ar, W. C. Arledge, O. W. Hoodenpyl,
Jhn B. i?iles, A. II. Faulkner. Street
Committee, li. W. Hoodenpyl. W. II. Sagar,
J. B. Biles.
F& A. M. Warren No. 125 1st Thursday
. night in every month, in their hall'ove'r
the court room. J. O. McGlikk. W. M.
ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER 3r Thurdav
nightin every month.
W. W. Fairuanks, II. P.
IO.O.F.-McMinnville, No. 146;everv
Tuesday night, in their hall over Won:
ack & Colville's store.
I. N. Marsu. n. a.
L P, OvitTXKU, Seeretarv.
Uun.Mn.l liil.o'.lM.i j. Ai: i-s'n-I-
;es' j like to encouragi' public spirit."- Puck. Toletit.
LABELLED 1-2 LB. TINS ONLY.
ami Whiskey Habita
I cim-d at Inline witli-
(oulpuiti. IUmiU if .ar-
oculars sent I- III I..
rAllauta,Via. uila-clul1 ., Whitohull Si
I ills preparation, with-
r..tJ ' 1,J,,-' , V ueoeKan uegree, meets Mrst ihursdBv
Pimples, lilack-I leads, Sunburn Mrs. W. S. Livkly, N. O.
una tun. a lew applications will rcn- mrs. .1. 11. sukkrii.l, Secretary,
tier the most stubbornly red skin soft.
smooth and whites. Viola Cream ia I7NIGIITS OFJIONOR-JIountain Cily,
notapauit or powder to cover defects. 1V Wo- nieetsin Alasouic boll 2d and
but a remedy to cure. It is superior to Monuayuightsin every month.
nil other preparations, and ia guaranteed Thos- tLACK.Kep. O. W. Brittaix, I.
...1 (fr.o,..tJ n......i .., IMGHTS AlsD LAOY'S HONOR 2nd
U. . BITTN'ER CO.
rk aid 4thThursday nights id every month
S. T. Lively, P.