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3y fi.iM.UL PAIimiIMMWJi) V3
A rh-ta-i.ment of the KiRMfomli
fan;iy Ironi 1-ort ii.iiimtr 11.0,'lied hy
Jtniiuns in a narrow gorge. Aiming them
t h strannt-r who tniroduoeii hinmelf hy
lite nHUip of Hniriil"n. alwt iolUs the
Io; tnW. and hi d.iuKhter. ami
t ir-ii iiiiy uf the toldicr are killed dur
I n tire day" slese. Huninlon and
til ;.r. only srajn from the- Indtanii.
T!y fall exhausted tin the plains. A
con i;ni.v of the rventh ravalrv'. Ueut.
1 ti-K r: t in rnimnitnd. find them. Humplon
and th'- i- ieon M Oo MtniTu Horn1 In
l.-n, y.rt. I ufty. proprietress. Har
ton tiikp the future over with Miss viil-ii.x-lli"
Kiit. She shown lilm her moth
er's pirfrr' and tells him what sh ran
of l.,-r pin-nta and life. They decide
'te ntiHli i;ve WHh Mrs. lierndon. Nulda
It"- Kid-rues away from Mrs. Herndon's
sod r.-ioi?n Hampton. He induces her to
K t'P' k. and to have noihJni? more to do
with him. Hrwnptnn plays his 1h1 Kme
of cird. He announce to Ked h'mxtii
thnt he tiHH unit, and then leaves len
euld. Mips lJiioebe Spencer arrivea in
iP-waul to teach tts first hool. Miea
pt'iU'ir meets N'aida, Kev. Wvnkoop.
etc. She tHiarda at Mm. Herndon'a.
Naitia and Lieu;. Brant again meet with
out his knowing who she ta. 8he inform
him of the romine ttHcheior club hall in
honor of Miw tpem er.
! CHAPTER XIII.
' Silent Murphy.
Brant sprang forward, all doubt re-
gar-'ing this young woman Instantly
dissipated by those final words of mis-
r'ivot!3 mockery. She had been play
In? with him as unconcernedly as if
hp were a mere toy sent for her
amusement and his pride was stun?
Hut imrfsuit proved useless. Like
a I'hantom she had sliried away amid
thi underbrush, leaving him to floun
der blindly In the labyrinth. His in
cautious foot 6liied alonR the steep
'die of the shelving bank, and he
went down, half stumbling, half slid
Ins. until he came to a sudden iiause
on the brink of the little stream. The
rha-e was ended, and be sat up, con-
fitveJ for the moment, and half ques
Honing the evidence of his own eyes.
small tent, dirty and palched.
stood with its bark apalnst the slope
of earth down which he had plunged.
Its flap flung aside revealed within a
pile of disarranged blankets, toRether
with some scattered articles of tear-
liiK apparel, while Just before the
opening. It is back pressed against the
supporting Kde, an Inverted pipe be
tween his yellow, irregular teeth, sat
a hideous lool.lng man. He was a
Witheied. dried up fellow, whone age
was not to be guessed, having a tkin
aa yellow as parchment, drawn In
tipht to the bones like that of a
nmnu.'iy, his eyes deep sunken like
wclis, and his head totally devoid of
hair, although about his lean throat
there was a copious fringe of iron-gray
'ard. untrimmed and scrappy. Down
the entire side of ue cheek ran
livid srar, while his nose was turned
He sat statins at the newcomer
unwinking, his facial expression, de
void of interest, but his flnpers open
lnp and closing in apparent nervoue
jiess. Twice his lips opened, but noth
ing except a peculiar gurplp sound Is
sued from the throat, and lirant, who
by this time had attained hl feet and
his self poheKlori, ventured to ad
"Nice quiet sl for a ramp." he re
marked. pltRsimtly, "but a bud place
for a tumble."
The sunken eyes exprenwd imthini;.
but (lie throat Kiirpli-d sunlit painfully
hi d finally the parted lips dropped a
ditched woid or two. "Itlanu '
preliy pill that."
The lieutenant wondered how much
of (ooir computation this old mumiuy
ha 1 overheard, bill h hthpated 1J
qm:itlou him. One Inquiry, however,
HpralitC to his surpi Ued lips. 'lo ou
' Iiatuti sluht betlei than any one
around here know her real name."
Hi ant nared Incredulously. "Do you
ntcau to Insinuate that that young
woman Is UvIiik In this community un
der an assumed one? Why. tdie is
M Hit-eh more than a child! What do
tun mean, man?-'
The soldier's hat still rested on the
Hiuss where it l.ad fulleu. tin military
1 guess 1 know what 1 know,'
the fellow niutleied. "What's our
The mun sllffeued up as if an elec
trie bhock had Ewept through his limp
flume. "The hell 1 and did she-
tall you Brant?"
The youtiK officer' face exhlilted
his diugust. Beyond doubt thai -
qu-'titered nook was a favorite loung
tiig siot for the girl, and this disrepu
table creature had been watihins her
for some bluisler purpose.
"Ko you have been eavesdi'oppltiK,
l ave you?" said UranL gravely. "And
now you want to try a turn at defuut
Jn a woman? Well, you have come
to a poor market for tlr sale of such
g,,udK. I aio half luc' nd to throw
v.i.i bo.lilv into the f k. I believe
von aie nothing but a common liar,
I. ut 1 11 gHe ou one i iiaiue you say
m.ii kuow her real name. What is It?'
The eyes of the mummy had become
bi.ii. i ul -It s none of your damn
l.oj.iue-s. 1 til- at.t under-your otdera.
i ,,,!,! i-i.v udv tx! (f course int;
s ,i d .') mean ht t at .' Who
The fellow stood up, slightly hunp-
backed but broad of, shoulder, his
arms long, his legs short and some
what bowed, his chin protruding im
pudently, and Brant noticed an oddly
shaped black scar, as if burned there
by powder, on the back of his right
"Who am I?" he said, angrily. 'Tin
An expression of bewilderment
swept across the lieutenant's face.
"Silent Murphy! Do you claim to be
The fellow nodded. "Heard of me
Brant stood staring at him, his mind
occupied with vague garrison rumors
connected with this odd personality.
The name had long been a familiar
one, and he had often had the man
pictured out before him. There; could
remain no reasonable doubt of his
identity, but what was he doing there?
"Yes, I've heard of you." and his
crisp tone instinctively became that
of terse military command. "although
we have never met. for I have been
upon detached service ever since my
assignment to the regiment. I have a
troop la camp below." he iKjinted
down the stream, "and am in com
The scout nodded carelessly.
"Why did you not come dqwn there
and report your presence In this neigh
borhood to me?"
Murphy grinned unpleasantly. "Bath
er be alone no report been over
Black Range telegraphed wait or
ders." "Do you mean you are in direct com
munication with headquarters, with
The man answered, with ft wide
thorough Kohlinr. horn Into the n-rvii-o
and deeply enamored of lis dangers;
yet beyond this he remained a mun, a
joung num. swayed by those emotions
which whin at full tide sweep asltla
all else appertitinlng to life.
Ills had been o lonely life slnco
leuvltiK West Volnt and Joining his
regiment a life passed largely among
rough luen and upon the desolate
plains. For months at a time he had
known nothing of refinement, nor en
joyed social Intercourse with the op
posite sex. Vet, beneath his maiik of
Impassibility, the heart continued to
beat w ith fierce desire, biding the time
when It should enjoy Us own sweet
way. Perhaps that hour had already
dawned : certainly something rtewr,
something inspiring, had now come to
awaken an Interest unfelt before, and
leave him idly dreaming of Fhadovci
eyes and flushed, rounded cheeks.
He was in this mood when he Qver-toL-k
the Rev. Howard Wynkoop and
marked the thoughtful look upon his
palo face. ,
"I called ot your camp," explained
Wynkoop. after the first l words of
greeting had been exchanged, "as soon
as I learned you were here In com
mand, but only to discover your ab
sence. The sergeant, however, was
very courteous, and assured me there
would be no difTlculty in arranging
religious service for the men, unless
sudden orders should arrlva. No
doubt I may rely on your coopeja
"Most certainly," was the cordial
response, "and I shall also permit
those desiring to attend your regulnr
Sunday services so long as we are sta
tinned here. How Is your wotk pros
"There Is much to encourage me,
but spiritual progress Is slow, nnj
there are times when my faith falters
and I feel unworthy of the service la
which 1 am engaged."
"A mining camp Is so Intensely ma
terial seven days of the week that it
must present a difficult field for the
awakening of any religious send
ment." confessed Brant sympathetica!
ly. "I have often wondered how you
consented to bury your talents in such
The other smiled, but with a trace
of sadness In his eyes. "I firmly be
lieve that every minister should de
vote a portion of his life to the doing
of such a work aa this. It Is both a
religious and a patriotic duty, and
there is a rare Joy connected with it."
"Yet It was surely not Joy I saw pic
tured within your Ueo when we met;
mSX'? t-Mr vk
tt fTlncftiimge her nil httalttstn.'
Oli. I k e! Would you mind llllrt
n;e Hie names of ths two genlleinen?"
".Mr. John MolTftt find Mr. Wllllnm
McNeil. I'nforlutiulely, I know neither
''And the young lnily ?"
"A Miss riiochn Spencer; she has
but lately arrived from the east to
take cluirge of our new school a most
Interesting and charming young wom
an,' and she Is proving of great assist
ance to me in church work."
The lieutenant cleared his throat
and emitted a sigh of suddenly awak
ened memory. "I fear I can offer you
no advice, for If, as 1 begin to suspect,
though she sought most btavely to
avoid the Issue and dispatch me upon
a false trail. Khe prove to be that
same fascinating young person I met
this morning, my entire sympathies
are with the gentlemen concerned. I
might even be strongly tempted to do
likewise at her solicitation."
"You? Why, you arrived only this
morning, and do you mean to say you
have met already?"
'I at least suspect as much, for
there can scarcely exist two In this
town who will 1111 the description. My
memory holds the vision of a fnlr
yoiiug face, vivacious, ever changing
In its expression, yet constantly both
piquant and Innocent; a perfect wealth
of hair, a pair of serious eyes hiding
mysteries within their depths, and lips
jvhlch seem niade to kiss. Tell me. is
not this a fairly drawn por.trait of
your Miss Spencer?"
j The minister gripped his hands ner
vously together. "Your description Is
hot unjust: Indeed", It Is quite accurate
from a mere outer point of view, yet
beneath her vivacious manner I have
foiind her thoughtful, and Hissessed of
deep spiritual yearnings. In the east
fehe was a communicant of the Kpit
' Brant dM not answer Mm at once.
He was studying the minister's down
cast face; but when the latter finally
turned to depart, he Inquired. "Do you
'expect to attend the reception to-uior-
Wynkoop stammered slightly. "I I
could hardly refuse under the circum
stances: the committee sent me an
especially urgent invitation, and 1 un
derstand them is to be no dancing un
til late. One cannot be too straight-
laced out here."
"Oh, never mind apologlring. I see
no reason why you need hesitate to at
tend. I merely wondered if you could
procure me an Invitation."
"Did she tell you about It?" I
Well, she delicately hinted at It.
and. you know, thing are pretty slow
lu re In a siclal way. She merely sug
gested that I might Msslbly meet her
"Ofcouise; it Is given In her honor "
"So I understood, although, she
sought to deceive me Into the belief
that she was not the lady. Wo met
purely by accident, you understand,
and I am desirous of a more formal
The minister drew in his breBth
sharply, but the clasp of his extended
hand was not devoid of warmth. "I
will have a card of invitation sent you
at the camp. The committee will be
very glad of your presence; only I
warn you frankly regarding the lady,
that competition wi'.l be strong."
"Oh. so far as that is concerned I
have not yet entered the running,
laughed l'rant. in affected careless
ness, "al'liougti 1 must confess my
sporting proclivities are somewhat
He watched the minister walking
rapidly away, a short, erect figure, ap
iwaring slender In his severely cut
black cloth. "Poor little chap," h
muttered, regretfully. "He's bnrJ hit.
Still, they say all's fnlr lu. love and
CHRCTMA8 TRt rAlKY.
Prs'.ty Ornamtnt for ths Top ot ths
A pretty ornament for the crowning
branch of the Christmas tree Is a doll
fairy representing the Spirit of Yn!e
Crepe paper printed In a holly design
la used to niako her long robes, the
girdle Is made of sliver tinsel, and a
wreath of nuulature artificial holly,
with a star made of silver pap"r In
the center, crowns her fiowlug hair.
Long, graceful wing are made of
wired gauze edged with silver tinsel,
and a slender wand, which Is wired
to the right hand, Is made of a length
of picture wlrti covereil with silver
paper and surmounted y a silver
star. If desired a silver heart, made
of paper, may be wired to the left
hand, to signify "peatw and good
To keep the fairy securely In place
the ape if of the tree should be stiffen
ed with wire and the limbs of the doll
fastened to It with the same material,
the robes being drawn over it so a to
conceal the fastenings.
If, however, a hovering effect la pre
ferred, a wire hoop covered with sil
ver tinsel may he afllxed frr the trj
of the tree and the fairy suspended
from It by an Invisible wire passed
around her xvalit. Silver bells ma?
also be attached to fho hoop, from th
top of which should radiate festoons
of silver tinsel, these being looped' tt
the lower branches.
acA! tobl - Jslr
"It's Nons of Your Damn Bunnei s.
sweep of bis long arm towani me
northwest. "(loin" to -be hell out
there damn sotiti."
"How? Are things developing Into
a truly berloim affair a real cam
paign?" "Kvety buck In the Hloux nation
is niakln' fer the bad lands," and
he laughed noiselessly, his nervous
fingers gesticulating. " guess ihat
Brant hesitated. Should he attempt
to learu more about the young girl?
Instinctively he appreciated the futil
ity of endeavoring to extract Informa
tion from Murphy, and be exericueed
a degree of shame at thus seeking to
penetrate her secret lie glanced
alMjut. seeking some wsy cf recross
lug the stream.
"If you requite any new equipment,"
he said terst-l), "we can probably sup
ply you at the camp. How do you
Uiuliage to get across heie?"
Murphy, walking sillily, led the wsy
down the steep blope, and silently
poluted out a log bridging the narrow
stream. He stood watching while the
officer plikt-d his steps aeros. but
made no retixiDbive motion whi n the
other waved hi hsnd from the oppo
site shore, lit sallow face look lug
grim and utip!fauut.
Tke young olllcer murched down
the road, his ml".d in sled with the
peculiar happenings o, the morning,
and that Piosi'ect for tally active
service hinted st In the brbf titter
s.'.ies 'f ell biout. Br.tul was a
Cm Not Under Your Orders,"
roubled over some
St. Nick's Native Lnd,
The city of Amsterdam, as you may
know, claims St. Nicholas as Its pa
tron snltit, and throughout all Holland
his birthday, December 6, Is celebrat
ed as St. Nicholas day. During the
first week of December the shops are
gaily decorated and everyone turns
out to visit them. At the candy stores
large quantities of St. Nicholas cake
are on sale. This Is a crisp ginger
bread, made In the form of little men
and women, and mny be bought In
different sixes. Vrijers, or sweet
hearts. Is anolher name for them.
After dinner on St. Nicholas eve
the children of the household sing
Sfmgs of praise to their dear old saint,
and very often, right ss they are la
the midst of a song, candles and nuts
and other goodies come down to them
through the chimney! Then they go
to bed and early In the morning find
their stockings and their queer lit
tle wooden stun; which had been
left by Xhe grate rratnmed full of
presents. Just as American children
find their presents on every Christ
you were certainly
Wynkoop glanced up quickly
slight flush rising In his pale checks.
"Perplexing questions which must be
decided offhand are constantly arls
lug. And Just now I scarcely kno
what action to take regarding certain
applications for church membership.
Brant laughed. "I hardly consider
myself a conielent adviser lu matters
of enure a policy," he admitted, "yet 1
have always been Informed thai all so
desiring are to be made welcome is
"Theoretically, yen" Aad ttv ail a
Mer stopped still In the road, facing
his toiiipunlou. "But this special cane
presents Certain peculiarities. The
applicants, as I learn from others, are
not leading lives above repnwh, 8o
far as I know, they have uever even
a' tended chimb service until last Sun
day, and 1 have some reusou to sus
pect an ulteilor motive. I atu anxious
to put nothing In the way of any hon
enlly seeking soul, yet 1 cotifeas that
In these cases I hesitate."
"But your elders? Do hot they share
the rcspouxitiillty of passing upon
such vpplli stlons?"
The flush on Mr. Wyukoop's cheeks
deepened, and his eyes fell. Ordi
narily, yes; but lu this rase 1 fear
they ma) prove uudu'y hart-h. I 1
feel tnat t!ice applies! ions Culue
through the l-ial Intercession of a
ceiUiu voting lad, and ! sin rvn.Uous
i not m lout h-r fH-:uii lu mi) wjr. or
In Honor of Miss Spencer.
Mr. Jack Moffi-l. president of the
Bachelor Miners' lieusurv club, had
embraced thu idea of u recaption fur
MU Spencer with unbounded enhu
HlilMil. Indeed, tho earliest coneeptloa
of such an event found birth within
his fi-n lie brain, and from the first lit
determined u)n making It the most
notable s.alat function ner known In
that portion of tlt territory.
The large space above the Orel
uciital was secured for ths occasion
the obstriU'tliiK subdivision knocked
war. an entrsjice constructed with aa
outside stairway leading us from a a
cunt lot, and the pussago connecting
the saloon boarded up. lmiiletitiilly
Mr. Moffat took, occasion to snnounre
that U "any snootcr gut drunk aad
came lin theiu slslis" he would be
tbruwn bodily out of a window. Mr
McNeil, who was observing th pre
liminary proceedings with deep. Inter
efct from a pile of lumber opposite,
sarcastically Intimated that ander such
circumstances the attendance of club
member would be necessarily limited
Mr. Moffat's reply it I uiautreilly lin
isisslble to quote. literally. Mrs. Guf
fy was employed to provide the requl
site refrobhmeuts In the palatial din
Inghall of the hotel, while Buck Ma
sou. the vigilant town tuarshal, jxipu
Isrly supposed to kutw Intimately th
face of every "rounder" In tho terrl
torv. agreed to collect the cards of In
vitstion at the disir. aud bar out ob
The United guests arrived from the
sparsely settled regions round about
not a few riding for a hundred miles
over the hard tiulls. The majority
came earlv, ariayed In whatsoever ap
i, mi, I their limited wartlrolvs could
supply. t"il ready for any wild frolic
The men outnumbered the gentler Sox
five to one. but every feminine repre
sentative wlihlu a isdlus of about 60
liilles. whose respectability could pos
sibly pass Itius'er bcfoi the lavestl.n
tious of a not too cittk al tuvlu'.fi
OlliU!lUe, WAS ue.ut.
fro fc.i IWIIM.'I..(1
tt i ? irS Ka' Sis
-Tao Ox M(M befort OtntfmM.
4 ID UvM ih the room.
N (rwiUm WM ttm-iej. Kot vcft
Pw ifociiecs rt Kong by IS cbaw-
avy tot care.
b It hnpc Uvit Set SuMm mmm
mw bt Sxn ."
i A (Hltratwaii
gy Chirli VJmtr
Litvti litter, utile U?
rhrtsKiiJcm kuccli roun4
8 bc sr'.rlf, leach n?w
$o3,' flirt lh wv rut
was mind, turn tiu hart
cf itit father to tft widrci
and tile tKJrt of the chorea
to the f Jthcr; sire fey u th
pclc, trlnq Into the riaht
?y these who in fifing
ajSTay, fiice ecnf ide fo rht
rremtlina cue, fr r Htlii
hejm, cpcit Hind tts ar.4 ;
unstfp dear ar. m cn &i$ r 1
rt vu U' m.iks ihs K'Art cf t-
I t litsie cne jeyeu, o. 0 iricr- 1- 4
,r ciTITa:hcr, let us all ttcera I i
:- children 4win.. cith sSrcrle v?J
S 4 faith, with trnstful htart i
f with ready u'lil. with piirs '
hi endearor. rj
rf, mi thl Messed HrfSJif 1 '.
i j cf 3eo hail feceme the
fcirthday cf a new creation and ft
I'A avrak'en araen u a spirtr v;v
KJ which teareth all thing. It- ft
iiereth atl thlnq, kpeth-ai! eki
FESTIVAL OF THE NATIVITY..
Wit Observed at Very Early Timr lrr
' History cf Church.
The festival of Christmas was ob-f-erved
at a very e.irly ieriid la the
church, as Indeed It could hardly but
W-; for that which brought the joy of
angels within reach of nut.' ears
could not but have been devoutly, and
joyously remembered by Christians.
y ir by year, when they came fully to
understand the greatness of the event.
It Is mc.st fit that the season so marked
out by angels by songs of Joy. such as
had not been heard on earth slnc the
creation, should also be observed 'as a
time of festive gladness by the church,
and In the social life of Christians.
Christ Himself Instituted this festival
when He sanctified the day by then
first revealing His human nature to
the eyes of mankind. The holy Hr.gels
witnessed to Its separation forever as
a day of days, when they proclaimed
th glory that wss then offered to Ood
In the highest by the restoratloir of
perfect manhood In the virgin born
Jesus, and the peace thst was btoughj
anions men on earth through the. re
union of their nature to t;od.
It lri to the nativity of our !rd thst
all the pnges of the Bible point as the
center on w hich everv thing ihere- re
Eells of Christmas.
m hp-r hrlln that rver run
OVr hind ei f.-A were hkc lo th;
No other chiMH Ji. nor iio-hntics.
Nor soy M.nil that poet ft:irt)r
Of P'-Eiih'n unbroken nivorlHi
lf I.lfe' ifl -chnliKOor hlwlorlcB.
li.-iv pvh li Ktmiit; iti'iNk' to lh hrc'trt.
Nor w'it oi lt. wo:d' winir so fur
llih, M'ld lxoil.l the hlKhent Slur
l'"iik- b III lioolS of tteltt-tl If...
'l other hetla thst bf. rlriif etertr
I, .rot Nn.l ne.t for the worl.t'ii r.
i '. i. c. ,!.- Idre-d to hl)N Slot woo,
li ft bridtil luyn. nsd tllrn-ii aIow.
Ihel M'.,m for Joy. lew wnl for nrvir
Hot tin Ihnl thrills tiio I'hrtxlruft ulr
lir- .-ik nil of ien evet - h..ri.
The living iiti.l lh il.Md ur fttill.d.
A ttlth I'm' VHt fe.ilrei, hoi word -Tin
g.r,imhi! ewr uid or hettitl.
n.ini"' hella of llebven, ullh chu, una
tier nil thu hinds, ii'i't nil tho
otlor lvl! thst t-ver runs
ri:n' lune h.sn wtrv like to tit.-.
Osk Chrlstmss Trees.
We have used. In place of lite reg
ulation evergreen tree, a small ouH
tree, writes a Siibuiban l.lte correiv
poiidcnt. We have selected a prettily
shaped one, the more Irregular the
better, and placed It In the middle
of the room on the regular Christmas-
tree atsnilard. There have been uail
ally a few leaves left uikiii tre
which we have taken cam nut to
We have frosted oue side vt the
tree and the branches so that. Been
In the light. It seemed as If in snow
storm had been blowing m tuna ibe
bare tree aud had sturk.
Sweetest snd Happiest Day.
Christmas, the sweeten; and blip
plekt day of ail seasons, the day when
the Prince of Peace entered uon the
walk of men to shape anew the des
Utiles of (he race, the day s-t aside fm
giving and receiving of gifts, disws
near, and the merriment and Joy ug
geated In the Jingle of Kris Kringle's
sleigh bells already pervado the at
inosphere. and again Is r-chocd the
gl:ui song the uno-ls sang over rUejv
Ing Itethlehem. "Peace on earth. p4'
w lil toward men."
fr rtt frt tJlj 1 sileni iiaM!
ftit t f vvl( J .'fl'r let 1m Ui flJB J!4 :
JSpoSo. frtyX Ml mar-"
tk!siii!rti4 WKtr mcUi! rttci
U X the 'A-iM iJliaUM..
-vA -Jc'Cuuirtc o.
tM,hi rv ta m iJf naH.
Cn'msv'oI lisatit Rmk,
lipHltii) Vfi JfrJrKi'rfl!!;
frs-a Ijraiy rrv r?pa W
fi nasl vH ftoa!rt'vt t"s-t tjf i
DNrt rtctiJ ffct Fma km Hfttt
Two of Thsm..
Chrlstmss Is ths "hinting" a-sson;
hints thst would be resent J at other
times are then permissible.
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mind upon a highly biterestlng sub
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rectly, "If 1 i g.'l'n: t buy a doll
for a ll'itle girl, wisut kind of a out
do you think sha snx,i,i like?"
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