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Syrup of Figs and Elixir of
Senna, .known throughout the
world as the best of family laxatives,
for men, women and children, always
has the 'full name of the California Fig
"CNrrMirv "! T-iT-irif ia"1 -t"i Tra fyTi- -?
m& every package. It is for sale by all
leading druggists everywhere, one
size only, regular price 50 cents
per. bottle. The imitations some
times offered are of inferior quality
and do not give satisfaction;
therefore, should be
Has Plans Drawn for Struc
ture at the Corner of
Richard Caplcs is doing- his part to
make 331 Paso a city beautiful. Having
just completed the new Caples build
ing on the southeast corner of San An
tonio street and Mesa avenue, Mr.
Caples is now having Trost & Trost
draw plans for a triangle building to
be erected on the opposite corner,
known as the Bazaar store corner. The
ljuilding tv ill be in the form of a nar
row triangle and will be three or four
stories high. Like the big brother op
posite, the building will be built of rein
forced concrete and will be modern
throughout. The first floor rooms will
open on San Antonio street and Mesa
avenue and the building will be ar
ranged in order that it may be occupied
by one tenant.
Get Sid of Than; Sourness,
G-as and Indigestion.
When your stomach is out of order
or run down, your food doesn't di
gest. It ferments in your stomach and
forms gas which causes sourness, heart
burn, foul breath, pain at pit of stom
ach and many other miserable symp
toms. Mi-o-na stomach tablets will give joy
ful relief in five minutes; if taken regu
larly for two weeks they will turn your
flabby, sour, tired out stomach into a
sweet, energetic, perfect working one.
You can't be very strong and vig
orous if your food only half digests
Your appetite wi'l go and nausea, dizzi
ness, biliousness, nervousness, sick
headache and constipation will fol
low. Mi-o na stomach tablets are small and
easy to swallow and are guaranteed to
banish indigestion and any or all of
the above symptoms or money back.
Fifty cents a large box. Sold by
druggists everywhere and by Kelly &
Mail orders filled, all charges pre
paid, by Booth's Mi-o-na, Buffalo, X. Y.
For constipation there is no remedy
sox satisfying as Booth's Pills 25 cents.
They keep the liver in cnnfl cnnrii-
Blunientlial, the Alderman,
Wants It Opposite the
Y. M. C. A. Home.
Stage and Balcony Seiner I t!,xJf !?n of San Antomo stree st. m
J o ! additiQn to these precautions, the main
Put in ana Other Im
provements Made at " The
Monday, March 7, is the date which
has been fixed by manager Howard
"Pcgg for the opening of the new
"Happy Hour" theater on El Paso
street. It will require a force of car-,
penters. electricians and decorators
working night and day this week to
gret the theater in readiness for tht.
opening, but the manager says it will
be done and he says he will make good
If it takes all the union men in town to f
finish the house.
Fire Exits. '
Order Is coming- out of chaos a the
new theater. The entrance has been set
back and will be surmounted with il
luminated arches and decorated to re
semble the foyer of a modern theater.
The main floor has been dropped on a
Eharp angle to ihe stage which is now
being built to the rear of the build
ing with a high scene loft of brick over
It. The balcony is also being built
around three sides of the room. The
steel columns which will support this
balcony penetrate the main floor of
the theater and are Imbedded in a con
crete foundation on the ground.
Fire doors are being cut on each side
of the stage which -will give an exit
on each side of the stage into the allev
In the rear. The jewelry store In the
room adjoining the theater building on
the south will move lntoa room ito the
north of the theater entrance and fire
exits -will be cut througfh the south
wall of the building and fire escaxse-i-wlll
be arranged to open onto the ex-
entrance is extremely wide.
Contract for Decorating.
A contract was let Monday to a local
decorating- firm to decorate both the
foyer and the Interior of the house. The
ceiling will be paneled and tinted ana
the walls will also be decorated to com
plete the general light green and buff
color scheme of the entire theater. The
opera chairs which will be Installed on
the mam floor and in the balcony are
expected here this week from Chicaso.
Three wide aisles in addition to the wall
aisles will be left to permit patrons
of the theater to enter and leave the
house without crowding and the seats
will be arranged at a 'comfortable dis
Arches will form loops of light over
the main entrance to the theater, giv
ing that part of El Paso and San An
tonio streets a brilliant appearance at
night. In addition to this, a large
sign with the name of the theater, in
30 inch letters, will be placed on the J
root oi tne Duudlng and a flaming arc
lamp swung directly over the entrance.
Mr. Doxsee is making the scenery for
the new theater and he is building six
drops to be used m addition to the
special scenery which is always car
ried by the vaudeville acts.
To Open TVext"TTeek.
The opening bill for next week in
cludes George and Georgette in a nov
elty act; Mayne and Mayne, comedy
singing, dancing and talking' act; the
Hawthomes. comedy sketch in one act;
Leammele moving picture service and
illustrated songs. The musical pro
gram will include programs during
each bill and an openipg- overture.
The booking office of the "Western
Vaudeville circuit will also open on the
second floor of the theater building.
"Speaking of hotel sites," said alder
man Sam Blumenthal, "I have one in
mind that I believe is incomparable. It
is the northwest corner of Missouri and
Oregon streets, fronting 120 feet on Ore
gon street and about twice that length
on Missouri street. It is the location
that would be best because the city will
not grow beyond there so far as the
business section goes.
"It is but three blocks from the post
offjee. all street cars pass the door, a
direct line can be had to the union sta
tion without crossing the tracks and it
is far enough removed from the railroad
crossings to do away with the -annoyance
of passing trains.
"There is a park opposite so the view
will never be obstructed. It Is on a hill
and the basement could be used for a
rathskeller, barber shops or whatever
might be required, whereas if a build
ing is erected south of an Antonio
street, it will be necessary to pump
waste water from the basement or else
change the whole sewer system in the
lower part of town and this Is beyond
fin. Parking Is quite the proper thing
on She swell eagt end street and four
blocks are now ready for the cuibing
and the other fluffy ruffles inthe way
of thoroughfare finery.
Globe Flour, best ny test,
and the payroll in El Faso.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
Is the best of all medicines for the cure of diseases,
disorders and weaknesses peculiar to women. It is the
only preparation of Its kind devised by a regularly gradu-
mea pnysician an experienced and skilled specialist i;
tne diseases oi women.
It is a safe medicine in any condition of the system.
THE ONE REMEDY which contains.no alcoho!
aad no injurious habit-forming drugs and which
creates so craving for such' stimulants.
THE ONE REMEDY so good that its makers
are not afraid to print its every ingredient on
each outside bottle -wrapper and attest to the
truthfulness of the same under oath.
t-1S S?Ly med'cne dealers everywhere, and any dealer who hasn't it
get it. Dos't take a substitute of unknown composition for this medicim
To "West Texas Fuel company, brick
hay barn, 16x50x65 feet, lots 23 to 26.
inclusive, block 70, Cotton addition; es
timated cost $-'000.
To Thomas II. Frnicis. brick resi
dence, 21x30x12 feet, lots 20, 21 and 22,
block S, franklin Heights addition; es
timated cost S7000.
To .1. R. Fisk, bathroom addition to
residence, 10x7x9 feet, lot 21 and west
15 feet lot 22, block 285. Pierce-FJnley
addition; estimated cost $15.
To R. P. Nabhin, reconstruct adobe i
and brick store and residence, lots lc
anc 16, block 8, East El Paso addition;
estimated cost $100.
426, P. H. Bailey, 1406 Arizona street,
Studebaker E. M. F. 30.
Tays street, between 2nd and '3rd
streets, Magoffin addition Chas. S.
Craven to James M. Cole, lots 5 and 6,
block 66. Magoffin addition; considera
tion 3500. Feb. 5, 1910.
Southwest corner Myrtle avenue and
Palm street, Basset addition Anna L.
Grant to J. T. Grant, half interest In
lots 1, 2 and 3, block 39, Bassett addi
tion, consideration 1. April 19, 1909.
Grand View avenue, between Wash
ington and Cotton avenues, Highland
Park Joseph B. TValler and wife to
Robert Xarzenski and wife, lot 5 and
east half of lot 6, block S, Highland
Park addition; consideration $2400. Feb
Tobin Texas Frank R. Tobin to Fred ,
' PATENT IS N. Gk
Hamilton's Agent Thinks' a
Californian Built Aero
plane Before the
M. McCormick, until recently an agent
for Charles K. Hamilton, the aviator,
made the declaration Monday that "the
"Wright brothers iUl be up against
before long." f
He said: "Prof. Montgomery, of Santa
Cruz. Cal.. invented a biplane six years
ago. similar in every way ta the "Wright
brothers machine. The patent office
would not grant hdm a patent, declaring
the machine impracticable, but he was
granted a copyright.
"It Is my understanding that he has
gone east to assist Curtiss, Paulhan
and others in a" suit, which! T hoifv.
they may institute against the Wright
brothers for damages.
"It will be remembered that the part
of the machine on which they secured
the injunction was the two nin?5 mi I
the" side, which are also used on the
Curtiss machine. At Fresno, Cal.,
Hamilton sealed these up on his machine
and flew without them, but would not
attempt his famous glide, as he savs
they assist materially in making- this
famous dip. While at Fresno he dem
onstrated his ability to carry passen- i
gers, as ne carried a woman on one oc
casion and a man on another shnn-imr
that his machine was as good as the !
wrignt brothers' machine.
"When Prof Montgomery made his
flying machine, it was the same as the
one now being used by the Wights,
but had no engine, and I think that is
the reason it .was declared Impracticable."
Our Opening Dis-
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By James Forbes
Copyright, 1908, by J.
W. Dillingham. Company.
Novelized Prom ITozfces's
Play of the Same
If ame by
John W. Harding
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Lest we forrst let's keepvour money
at home and still get the be3t. Giobe
STATUE TO THE RED 3IAX
AS TRIBUTE FROM RATIOS'.
In the spacious living room of
the trainer's house, which served the
purpose of kitchen and dining room,
the Duke and his enemy, the Shrimp,
sat at the table disposing, with rav-
j enous appetite, of the good things
piuuueu tor uiu ursi. repast oi tne uay
by Mrs. O'Brien. Nora, still excited
and jubilant, was serving them, and
as she flitted lightly about from dresser
to stove and from stove to table she
cast complacent glances at herself
whenever -she passed a small mirror
that hung on the wall. The Duke fol
lowed her movements with sheepish,
adoring eyes. The Shrimp bent sullen
ly over his plate, intentonly on what
was upon it.
"Might I trouble you for a little more
me iiuuse toaay. 'xnis measure was
introduced by representative Joseph A.
Goulden and senator Chauncey M. De
pew, of New York, and provides that
there shall be erected without exnense
and Rosa Eicke, lots 25 to 30. block 49. : to the United States government hv
-LODin, xexas; consideration $110. Feb. Jsoaman wanamaKer, or x&w york city
Proposed Indian Monument to Ee Erect
ed In Xevr York Harbor Con
gress to Grant Authority.
Washington, D. C. March 1. A bill
imroaucea m dcii nouses of congress, j which he would have addressed the I
providing for a colossal statue of the mTOOn nf 17niT1(1
North American Indian to be placed in qUeen 0f England. i
New York harbor, will be reported in I '" ?ou Eight not," snapped Nora, i
And you needn't make googoo eyes at
ing the Shrimp with awful conse
quences if he dared to betray the girl.
"Phwat are yez cryin'- for. Is it bet-
tin' ag'in ye've been up to?" she de
"Me? I'd like to know where I'd get
3!" replied Nora evasively.
"Faith, an' so would Oil" agreed her
mother. "But phwat are yez cryin' for
"I'm not crying. It was something
in my eye," she prevaricated.
The Duke, much relieved, hastened
to change the subject
" 'Oo wus the bloke up at the styble
with Mr. Mallory just naow?" he asked.
"Search me!" responded the Shrimp.
"Him?" said Mrs. O'Brien, with the
air of importance of one who knows.
KNowv composition'. No counterfeit is as good as the genuine and the druggist
who says something !; Tc "Jncf oc n.n.A oe n.. p;f.'cr ;. :t, -.t
or is trj'ing to deceive 3'ou for his own selfish benefit. Such a man is not to be
trusted. He is trifling with your most priceless possession your health
may be yoar life itself. See that yon set what you ask for.
To make room and consolidate we are,going to quit .handling small musical
instruments, and are now closing out 'at cost end less. Guitars. Mandolin
&neet aiusk: iioiis ana ai
Tobin's addition to Washington Park
Frank R. Tobin to J. H. Williams,
lot 17 and north half of lot 16, block
2fi Tobin's second addition; "considera
tion $555. Feb. 9, 1910.
Tobin, Texas Frank R. Tobin to Fred
and Rosa Eicke, lots 1, 2 and 3, block
160, Tobin, Texas; consideration $5o.
July 14, 1909.
El Paso county g Price to J. C.
Kirk, sections 16, 2-and 14, east 1-2 of
17, east 3-4 of 25, southeast 3-4 of 26,
all section 28. block 10S, public school
Janus, Kl Paso county; consideration
$6978. Feb. 26, 1910.
El Paso county W. R. Standifer to
Ben Jones, sections 28, 29 and 30, block
110; sections 1, 2, 3. and 13, east 1-2 of
12 and 15, block 108, El Paso county
school lapds; .consideration ?8350. Feb.
1:6, 19 j 0.
To Mr. and Mrs. Rafael Saca, 709
Hidalgo alley, boy, Mexican. Feb. 14,
To Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Augondo
nia, 40S 9th street, girl, Mexican. Feb.
and others, on a United States reserva- '
tion in the.
of that 'ash. Miss Xora? asked her H "He's Mister Crawford, Mister Mai
admirer, with about the deference with Iorv's nartner. so vez had hirfpr h nn
yir bist behavior whin he's around.
He won't stand for anny foightin', Oi
kin tell ye."
Then, her curiosity getting the better
me either. I have no use for you any of her. she asked:
more-" ' "Phwat loike a lookin' man is he?"
"I ain't to blyme. 'I couldn't 'elp it," 1 "Fair lookin'. if you likes 'em bic
pleaded the boy, who cared nothing j an mushy." said the Duke. "But most j
about a . further helping of hash, but , wimmin' Hi've known 'as Dreferred
mouth to say a word. "Xora! Xo-i
Drat the girl! She's upstairs primpia
ag'in. She does nothin' else the Uv4
3ong day, Oi declarer'
"Iave the choild be! Doan't be na
gin ner, proiesiea u isrien, witn su."
dacious petulance. ' f j
His better-half turned upon him with
"When Oi need yir advoice about me
own choild. Oi'll ax ye for it,' she
said. "Here, give this a twist while yir j
And. snatching the plate from him,
she thrust a coffee mill into hfe hands.
"Can't yez l'ave iier alone?" she ask
ed scornfully. "It's the queer girl
she'd be entoirely if she didn't rant to
spruce up a bit whin a strange yoang
man comes callin'."
But Nora had responded to her fa
ther's summons and came down hook
ing the waistband of her skirt
"I never saw such a place," shei
grumbled. "A person can't even getj
time to dress in this house. "What do
you want now?'
CTo be continued.)
c harbor of New York, a mJ 1 djd care a xer? sreat deaI to retain t 'em smajl an' jaunty."
tne memory or tne Iforth J -viu-s kuuu juucei,. , jOr:l fosspri Iifr hpnr? nntomntnmiciT.
fhTraommissio'1 Si P.S I "rm Sure. lt. as T .ton?t and I'll I "I think he's real handsome." she del
chairman of the committee on librarv i ".; f , , . ,
of thte senate, the chairman of the com- I me mto tuis trouble," the girl insisted.
mittee on librarj- of the house, and the ' "Hindeed, it wusn't," he assured her
secretaries 01 siate, war, navy and in- humbly. "As I've already esplyned.
Shrimp 'ere on Ginger crowded me
"Good morning, have you parkeu
this morning?" So it goes on Magof-
Oom 8ba! fsr fhe Mv
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1,, ,ajw, uuu Jiuon; jLwiia sum au umai jiusicai Mercaandise. All I
tJiese goods must be closed out, as we 'have no room to keep tihem,
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II Pasa Trank Faefsrjr
Trunks, Bags ana Suit Cases
made, renaired and exchanged.
Opposite postoffice. aero.
PJara. TeL 1054: Auto 1966:
Automobile Tires, Tubes and Sundries
CRAI&, O'DONNELL & CO.
Chamber of Commerce Building
A young lady dropped into the par
j lors of a Fifth avenue hair specially
j the other day, says The Beauty Maga
zine. The Frenchwoman in charge con-
aescended to tell some of the secrets of
-the profession. "My pompadour treat
ment is the most successful thing in
vogue," she said. "The hair is taken
down, shaken out and wet with gaso
line. It dries quickly, and when put up
is found free from grease and dust.
The gasoline should be used with the
greatest care and never vat night or in
the presence of a lighted gas jet or
lamp. It takes a very few drops, the
quantity denpnfllno- rm th rnlnr and
I the texture of tht l-mfr. With blonde
hair I follow this up with the cornmeal
urusning, a very coarse grade of yellow
cornmeal bing shaken on the hair and
then carefully brushed out. It Is as
tonishing to see hpw Huffy the hair ap
pears after this treatment, and for days
it remains In position requiring no
rats, puffs or brfclds." Asked what was
the safest and best home preparation
for keeping the hair healthy and re
storing prematurely gray hair to Kb
natural color, "Madame" spoke very
highly of the liquid tonic and hair
food known as HAY'S HAIR HEALTH.'
This preparation has been oifthe mar
ket over 20 years and can be found at
all good drug stores in 50-cent and dol
lar bottles. Its great success comes
from the fact that it nourishes the roots
of the hair.
KELLY & POLLARD
terior. the attorney general, and Rob
ert C. Ogden, of New York, shall be
created with full authority to select
the site In 'the harbor of New York, and
a suitable design, and to contract for
and superintend the construction of the
This l)ill is the result of a suggestion
made by Rodman "Wanamaker, at a cele
brated dinner given last May at Sherry's
New York, in honor of Col. Cody, the
famous Indian scout. The idea of erect
ing a statue of an indian, with arms
outstretched in welcome at the gateway
of the new world, met with such in
stant enthusiasm that there is little
doubt but that the measure will meet
with unanimous support
While the ways and means of provid
ing money to finance the enterprise have
mot 5et been decided upon, it is ex
pected that the statue will be a national
monument to 'perpetuate the memory of
the first American, and an opportuuity
will be given to every one who desires
to contribute; lr Is estimated that one
penny from every man, woman and child
in the United States will furnish am
ple means for its erection. (
Already various tribes of the Order of !
Red Men throughout the United States j
have taken steps to contribute their j
share to the general fund. J
Into the deep goin' oii'tiie ry'ls, an'
Lydy Belle didn't like it."
"It's a lie!" shouted the Shrimp
fiercely. "It was a fair race, an' I
wants me money."
"Then you'll have to wait for it,"
I said Nora decisively.
"I needs the coin, an I won't stand
foi no welchinV
"Haven't I always paid you?"
Ter kep" me waitin free monthi.
"Did yez see him yit?" questioned
her mother surprised.
"Yes. I did," said Nora proudly, "and
I spoke to him too. He's a real gen
tleman and took off his hat to met"
"Took his hat off tayez-? For hiv'n's
sake!" ejaculated the old woman.
At this moment the door opened, and
"Still at it. are yez?" he said as he
hung up his cap behind the door. "Be
the looks av things ifs looky OVm
here, or it's no brikfast I'd be havin'."
"The 'ash is uncommon fine, sir," vol
unteered the Duke. "Could I trouble
de last time, und it was like drawin' a ! you- Mrs- O'Brien?"
O Bnen took the outheld plate and
deposited it on the table.
"Yez has had. enough an to spare.
Begoue with the lot ov yez!" he commanded.
DRINK MILK DRINK
PLENTY Of IT DRINK
EL PASO PURE-MILK
There is more food value In one quart
of El Paso Pure Milk. than, there is In
one poimd of the choicest porterhouss
steak. El Paso Pure Milk Is pure milk.
It comes from inspected, contented caws,
and is treated, by the most scientific
methods. Delivered to you in sterilized
El Paso Dairy Co.,
Pkoaes: Bell 349; A.nt 115.
Office 312 JV. OrecreB.
tooth to get it out'n yer, and that was ;
on'y a dollar."
Nora began to cry, and he Dukt
shifted uneasily in his chair. His f
whole love and sympathy went out to ;
her. standing there in tears, and Iip '
would have given worlds to be able to f claimed his spouse. Intervening with a
fold her in his arms and help and com- momerly air. "Phwat's the hurry?
fort her. j :L've tbe Poor darlin's have their fill."
"Wisht I could lend vou the monev." , "A11 roiSut woife,." assented O'Brien
he sighed regretfully, "but I carn't I resiS"edly, and he seated, himself a
ain't got a 'y'penny in the world not
"Patrick, Oi'orsurproised at ye!" ex-
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Independent Assay Office
D. W. Recxeabt. E2., Proprietor.
Agent for Ore Shippers Assays m4
Chemical Analysis. Mines Exeurtino4
i ana jteearxeti upon, -euuioa work n
Office and Laboratory:
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SL lA?0. TEXAS.
COyVICT MEETS DEATH
i a Jy'penny.
the table. w.hile Xnm hnami J I fnetnm ACC31 lfllTfA
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vuumu.1 uu Wilie LO VOUI , . . "- """"1 uu-ioo,
OX ROAD AT SILVER CITY, j
sister, Patsy, an arsk 'er to 'elp you
he said as though it had just occurred
Wnsron Tips Over IVIth Hr.-n and Cruih- i
c Him Lcmej n "Wife nnd FIe j
Children In San 31arclal. j
Silver City, N. M.. March 1. An un- '
ffftinnfo nnnlflfint linnnonM r r-n i
the convicts working on the froad to !
"Oh, mother, Danny and Mr. Craw
ford's goin' to step in on their way
from the stables for a cup av yir cof
fee. They'll be here in a minute."
The woman gazed at him in wrath-
"I wouldn't dare to. 1 promised her
the last time I wouldn't ever bet
again," she sobbed, becoming recon
ciled to him for his sympathy.
"What fell." broke in tim Rhrimn !
the Burro, -which resulted in his death ' almost choking himself "with a niece of fnI astonishment, and her demeanor
the camp Trnen his -svapon tipped over., uuiig i nares irs seem a goil sniv'Iin' . ,VUUUBr yez-wouiuui oaj o
ap -n' doin' de baby act. What I Tvint XU5jU" or taping It to yirsiit an xnis
I iur snow is uo i get me five dollar bet J """- ouc ailIU- ii"e"sv "v-iC
or uo l tell" I "vu ""oys. sKeaauuie. me iui- jc.
j Do yez want to sit 'arin' here all day?"
I And she waved them toward the door
CRITCIIETT A FERGUSOX,
Successors to Hujfce St Critckatt.
L Aoayera, Cheailsts. Metillurjlatt
Agents for Ore Silpers.
522 San Francisco St. Phoas 334.
crushing' him between the vehicle
tree, and causing- almost Instant
Vigil was sentenced' from Socorro
county last September for a three year
term In the penitentiary His home was
five miles, from San Marcial, and lie
leaves a wife and five children.
POLICE SERGEANT HAS HIS
ARM HURT IN A PALL.
Bolice sergeant I. X. Davis fell while
turning- the corner of South Stanton
and Overland streets, shortly after 5
o'clock Monday morning-, and sustained
a sprain of the left arm. He was hur
rying to the station, when the horse
slipped and fell with him to the pave
ment and strained the tendons near the
elbow. His arm was done up in splints
by Dr. Butler afondnv-aftonr5rm
"Phwat's that about a bet? Who's
bin winnin' foive dollars?"
The questioner, an elderly and some
what stout person, was Mrs. O'Brien,
who had entered with a can of milk
"Shrimp," replied the Duke promptly
before that person could get in a word.
"Ah! And who off a?"
She glanced suspiciously at Nora,
with a peremptory gesture,' which they
lost no time in obeying. Nora already,
at the announcement of the coming of
Crawford, had vanished upstairs.
"Now, you, Nora, clear off the dishes,
an' you, too, Patrick. Don't be talkln
an watchin' me do all the wurruk,"
went on the mistress of the house, al-
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