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BY HARY KCVEREUX
WTM fLLUSTPATTOf-O tJT OON C. WJON
After th death of I.aro a new and
somewhat belter order of things pre
Tailed among th so-called "Pirate of
Now under th direct leadership of
Lafltte alone, and with better oppor
toaitiea for knowing his chivatroua na
ture, tb larger body of thera fallowed
unqnefctioningly his more merciful and
less lawless practices; and not a few
of the men actually reliahed the
changed conditions In which they
Garonne, who had been given a Tea
sel of his own, had gathered to him
self the most unregenerate of Laro's
followers, and entered upon a career
In which he observed the same meth
ods as his former commander, with
the result that he was Anally brought
to execution, together with most of
bis crew, in a South American port.
Life at the Ursullue convent was,
for many months, a burden to Laxalle,
and her whims and caprices made It
but little less so to the mother su
perior snd nans. Bat they, with a
lively remembrance of many generous
floors from Lafltte, felt that they
must bear patiently with the charge
he had left In their keeping.
La Roche, as her banker and man
of business, came often to see his
falr client, and ended by falling; In
'lov with her a fact he was wise
enough to keen, to himself. And, later
on. he obtained Iafltte's consent to
her removal from the convent and
taking a house of her own, where,
with Ma'am Briglda and a retinue of
slaves, the high-strung beauty seemed
When the summer of 1S12 had
brought the Cazeneau household to
their Barataria home, there befell
something which struck lafltte with
a new despair, and took from blm all
hope of ever being asked to render
I'.Ule Roselle the smallest service.
Her "Captain Jean" was none ether
even should the occasion or necessity
Her childish trust In him became de
stroyed; be saw her shrink from blm
In terror and abhorrence. And this
awakened In hlra the knowledge that
the aa he supposed paternal love be
had been cherishing for the child of
her who bad always been bis Ideal, was
not the affection of a father for his
daughter, but the love of a man for
The bitterest potion he had ever
swallowed was now working In his
veins. Yet no one would have sus
pected this, as he went his way. and
for a time with greater re klenesa
than before, although the rumor men
tioned by Pierre had now become a
fact, inasmuch as the governor of Ixju
islana bad issued a proclamation offer
ing a reward for I.sfittes apprehen
sion. This had come about by reason of a
Suele In the bayou Lafourche, and
which proved to be the chip which
kindled to a blate the long n moulder
ing Are of wrath against the tiara
tartans. When the Informal Ion was brought
lo Lafltte, accompanied by a ropy of
the proclamation, he had, without de
lay, taken a pinnace and set out fur
the extreme southerly side of Grande
Terre, upon which was the Count de
At the sound of Iafltte's feet upon
the steps, a woman's weazened face,
wrinkled and scowling. Its coffee hue
contrasting with wisps of gray, wiry
wool showing from beneath a bright
colored bandanna, was projected from
one of tbe numerous doors opening
from the hallwsy luto various rooms
In the two wings of the building.
H was apparent that she recognized
the visitor, for she came out luto tb
halt and, despite her age, advanced
briskly toward hlra.
"Ah, Zc-ney, there you are, looking
as young as ever," was his ewlllng'.y
"Always you say words. Captain
Jean, thst please, even when on
knows they are not true."
lafltte laughed lightly.
"1 your young mistress well?" he
"Yes, she Is well." Zeney answered,
la a ton Implying that wore might b
" 1 if i if
m few V $m
"Is she quit happy, feney?
"Happy? How could a wild bird be
happy In a cag. even If Its bars were
made of gold?"
She was about, to continue, but L
fltte, as if not raring to pursue the
subject, asked, "Is your master beret"
Zeney nodded, and pointed to II
closed door near them, "He Is la there,
Ijifltte, turning from her, knocked
at the door, and De Caieneau'f voice
This the former did. leaving tb
Nato. now a tall, wiry lad of six
teen, and devoted, body and soul, to
his master, was the only one to ac
company him to Grande Terra. He
had seated himself upon the steps,
but too far away to catch the con
versation between Lafltte and Zeney,
even had they spoken In a language
Hut he watched thern with ccrlous
eyes, having often beard of Zeney;
and her reputed powers served to
make her an object of awe and aver
sion to him, as to most of his clans.
It was, therefore, with a sigh of re
lief that he saw her disappear, after
his master had gone Inside.
He remained sitting on the steps,
bis chin supported by two yellow
palms, while a group of young negroes
who had drawn near to gape curiously
at him, after the manner of their kind,
proceeded to converse In a way evi
dently Intended to attract his atten
tion. Instinct, rather than any sound,
made Nato realize that a presence was
near him; and glancing over his shoul
der, he saw a girlish, white-clad form
standing in the doorway through
which Lafltte had passed a few min
utes before. Presently be saw one of
her little hands go to her side, as if
she had been startled, or was experi
encing some strong emotion; and she
than Lafitte, the terrible pirate!
stood with bended bead, as If listen
Nato was still glaring at the girl
when she started Impetuously, and
went hurriedly down the hallway.
Led by curiosity, the boy Jumped to
his feet, and saw her descend the
steps of the back gallery, and go
swiftly Into the woods, which seemed
to swallow up the snowy form and
glittering hair swallow them so sud
decly as to leave in the boy's Supemti
tlous mind an uncomfortable sugges
tion that she was not real flesh and
blood, but a "spertl." or perhaps
second voodoo priestess.
Within tbe room, resr whose open
door the girl had stood. lafltte and
De Cazeneau were baring a serious
Following the custom of th time,
I)o Cazeneau bad reached out to ring
a beli for refreshment, m hen Lafltte
with an expressive gesture, stayed his
"No. M'sieur le Comte. 1 can tarry
but a very short time only long
euough to Impart the very Important
Intelligence I came to bring you.'
And be held out a paper be had
drawn from his pocket.
The count, bsvlug put on his
glasses, tixik the document; and his
wavering bands msde the blue paper
quiver as If his own startled pulse
beats bad stolen Into It while b read
the contents aloud.
"Whereas the nefarious practice of
running In contraband goods, which
hss hitherto prevailed In different
parts of the state, to tbe great Injury
of the fair trader, snd the diminution
of the revenue of tbe United States,
has of late much Increased; and
whereas It has been officially known
to me tbst, on the 14th of last month
a quantity of smuggled pouds, seized
by Walter Gilbert, aa officer of th
revenue or tbe I nlted mates, were
forcibly taken from him In open day
at no great distance from tbe city of
New Orleans, by a tarty of armed
men, under the orders of a certain
Jean lafltte. who tired upon and griev
ously wounded one of th assistants of
the said Waller Gilbert:
"I bar thought proper to Issue this
my proclamation; and I do solemnly
csutlon all and singular citizens of
this stat against giving any kind of
succor, support or countenance to tb
aid Jean lafltte ami asuo.Msten, but
do Call upon them to be aiding and
abetting In arresting Mm and said as
sociates, and all others In like aianner
offending; and I do furthermore, In
the name nf the slate, offer a reward
of five hundred dollars, vililch will be
paid out of the treasury to any person !
delivering tbe said Jean lafltte to the!
sheriff of the parltih of Orleans, or to
any other sheriff In the slate, so that
the said Jean lAfllt may be brought
The Island Hon had heard the
greater part of the document read In
her grandfather's voice, low, to b sure.
but with a clear enunciation which
made each syllable as distinct as
though sh had been the reader In
stead of a listener. And when he
ended, she heard the voire o him
heretofore known to her as "Csptaln
Jean," and Ita tone was one of banter.
"Well. M'sieur 1 Count, will you be
the on to claim this fir hundred dol
lars, and do your governor and state
a brilliant service by delivering to
them this body of mine."
Then came her grandfather's stern
ly cold reply:
"What have I ever done. Captain
Jean Lafltte, that should lead you to
suppose I would stoop to traffic In the
blood of my associates?"
It was this that made the small
and go fluttering toward th girl's
frightened heart. It was the revela
tion that her "Captain Jean" was none
other than lafltte, the terrible pirate,
of whom she bad heard such dreadful
tales! He was the freebooter, smug
gler and outlaw the leader of that
fearful bsnd of men she had shud
dered to hear the slaves mention!
And not only was her grandfather cog
nizant of this, but he was this man's
abettor his associate and friend!
Her brain In a whirl, her heart terri
fied by dread of an undeflnable terror.
she fled from the house, and Into the
woods, wandering on, scarcely know
ing or caring where, until her steps
were arrested by th matted thicket
Into which she had penetrated .with
Now all was revealed to her. Th
man whom of all others she trusted
la this new, strange, and fettered
world Into which she had been brought
from the peaceful Island borne, where
life had been happy, and free from
fear he was the notorious Lafitte.
the "Pirate of the Gulf." who scuttled
ships, who murdered men and women,
and whose hands were red with blood,
shed that he might plunder his vic
tims. (To be continued.)
GREAT AUTHOR AT PLAY.
Interesting Reminiscences ef On Who
Mrs. Sedgwick, la "A Girl of Six
teen at Brook Farm." gives a little
sketch of Hawthorne which shows blm
In a pleasant and merry light, although
In general, she acknowledges, the
great author was silent, almost tacit
urn. One day ahe was learning verses
to recite at the evening class formed
by Charles A. Dana. when, seeing
Hawthorne sitting Immovable and sol
itary on the sofs. she daringly thrust
the book in his bands.
"Will you hear me say my poetry.
Mr. Hawthorne?" I said.
He gave me a sidelong glance from
his very shy eyes, took the book and
most kindly heard me. After that be
was on tbe sofa every week to hear
One evening be was a'one In th
ball, sitting on a chair at the farther
end. when my roommate and I were
going upstairs. She whispered to me:
"Let's throw a sofa pillow at Mr.
Reaching over the banisters, we
esch took a pillow and threw It
Quirk as a flash he put out his band.
seized a broom that was hanging near
him. warded off our cushions and
threw them back with sure aim. As
fast a we could throw them he re
turned tbem with effect, hitting us
every time, while we could only hit
the broom. He must have been very
quirk In bis movements.
Through It all cot a word was snok
en. We laughed and laughed, and bis
eyes shone and twinkled like stsrs
until w went off to bed vanquished.
Suddenly the man fell. He wss
dignified person, but ss be reached a
sleety corner his feet, set down with
precision, failed to stsy set. They
flew so hitch, and the result was so
abrupt, that as tbe man bit tbe walk
lo sitting posture observers expected
to see a spine protrude from tb top
of his hat.
Two youths hsd seen the episode
On was a bsd youth, and unwise
He laughed. The other was a good
youth, who knew a thing or two. He
hastened to pick up the fallen man
"Thank yoti." said the man. "I am
a childless millionaire, looking for an
heir. You're It. Meantime lake this
roll and blow yourself. Ouly one con
d it Ion Is attached. Don't spend a cent
on that laughing Jackaas who Is with
Handing over a f 10,001 bundle, and
giving bis hotel address, the man went
The moral of this Is so obvious thst
th readur unable to discern It Un't
worth bothering about. Wathlngton
City editor You got Mrs. Gassa
way's speech to the Womsn's Rights
club, didn't you? What did sh say?
Reporter Oh, nothing worth print
ing. City ellto, Why. ah spok for
mor than an hour.
Reporter I know, but what sh ssld
was quit sAnalbl. Pbilsdelpbl
Few women ar wis enough to rea
der one little word sufficient.
WHY EYESIGHT FAILS
INFERIOR ARTIFICIAL LIGHT FRE
QUENTLY THE CAUSE,
lllumlnanta ef trie Past, On and AM,
Hsvs Serious Dsfscts Aestylsn
Gas, wth Its Clssr, Unwsvsrlng, Yst
Soft Flam Cannot Hurt th Eyas.
Chtrago, June 20 No on can
go Into our schools or meet a
groun of children on th street
without noticing how large a number
of them wear spectacles. Th propor
tion seems to Incress yearly, aud
there are many mor wb ought to
wear glasses. Th experience of one
teacher might be duplicated by th
score. Ahe knew A I lew was Inatten
tive and eh thought she was unusual
ly stupid. Sh ssld so to tb principal
and sent a not to the mother, re
questing that the child be helped at
borne If she wished her to kp up
with her class. On dsy after a black
board explanation, the teacher called
potl th child and fonnd that b
bad not seen what bad been written.
She was kept after school and by dint
t much sympathetic questioning Miss
C. found thst Alice hsd never been
able to see what was put on tbe board
and that her bead bad ached so often
and so hard that she frequently failed
to bear what was said.
Such a condition may be caused by
lack of proper food, but In our Ameri
can homes It la usually due to th
poor quality of the artificial light. Th
yellow. Insufficient light of tb ordi
nary kerosene lamp, with Its smoky
chimney, is about as bad for tbe eye
as can be Imagined. Tbe flickering
light from a coal gas Jet Is but llttl
better, and even th electric light,
brilliant as it usually Is. has as un
steadiness due to variation In power,
and a glare peculiarly trying to th
delicate nerves of sight. The compar
atively new lUuminant acetylene gas
produces as nearly perfect an artificial
light as has yet been found. It give
a clear white, unwavering light, very
brilliant yet perfectly soft, and so
nearly like the raya of the sun that
ven colors appear as In daylight.
Fortunately, acetylene Is very easily
:nd cL aply produced, and the simple
apparatus necessary can be purchased
and Installed In any home at a very
moderate coat, and th acetylene can
be piped to convenient points in th
bouse where a light Is needed. It Is
then lighted and extinsuli-hed and used
exsctly like common city gas.
Acetlene Is rspidly coming Into
common i se In homes, churches,
schools sod institutions of sll kinds,
and it Is reasonable to expect that as
Its use In the home increases, ther
will be fewer defective eyes, particu
larly among children. Poor eyesight
and the many Ills resulting therefrom
will undoubtedly be much reduced by
the use of this new tllumlnant.
When a man Is financially embarr
assed be Is apt to fell sorry that be has
friends who only feel sorry for blm.
Occasionally a man earns a living
without getting It, but more often b
gets a living without earning !t
will have Irlanr Starch, not alon
kecaus ther wrl nne-lMrd more tr
the me nionry. but llw because of
Never Judge a man's worth by what
a woman values him at in a breach of
A1ryf . p-u K.sl'rjw Bail rc.u, Mity
oa&. latf Hum uipat, (touts Urnd. 1&4.
There Is no patent on trouble, yet
lots of men have been arrested fur
Th Best Results In Starching
ewa 1 oMlnJ only by log TVflanre
rtrr, vmvitm gutting 4 x. mors fur
nuy ou coukuig rwjuirwd.
Colorado Summer Service.
The Santa I announces resump
tion of It luxurious 'Colorado Flyer
June i. 19)5. leaving Iearborn sta
tion. Chirac). iO a m , Kar.as City
Colon Depot I W p m . and dally
thereafter lor the sun:n;rr seaion
Starts from Chlfszo Only one night
on tb road. As flr.e si Th Csllfor
nla IJiultel. Carries United State
Government Fast Mail Huns 00
dustless track, protvcled by block
"How would a bridge whist player
go to Ilrooklrn?"
"Glv It up."
"Why he'd take tbe train to Ne
York and then bridge It."
"I'd rather make It spades and stsy
la New York." Cleveland Plain Deal
Aa amiable bachelor says that al
most any uii is better than a mile
providing she U neither too old or too
It Isn't much consolation to th
homely woman lo know that every
mirror has a sliver lining.
Hundreds of tons of Kgyptian rags
are exported every year Into the Cull
ed Statea to supply the paper nillli
Great and small have tbe same accl
dents and the same vexations and th
same pajulona; but on Is at th cir
cumference of tbe wheel, and ths other
near the center, and thus less agltaU
ed by th sam movements.
It 1 not a question how much a maa
knows, but wbat us he can make o
what he knows; not a question of what
he has acquired, now how be has been
trained, but of what be ran do.
Quit thinking that all th good
'chance and opportunities ar gon by,
An arctlo relief ship has left Trona
toe to find the Zlcgler expedition.
Th Ocean linn Is said to t aid
ing Germany's deitlKiis in Mohk-co.
Th labor unions In Sweden cl.-cUr
they will lake up arms against Nor
way In her fight for llherty.
Tb Iowa university has conferred
an honorary degree of doctor of law
pon Vice President Fairbanks.
Fir destroyed the Scott Furniture
company si warjliutise In Winulpit
Man., causing a bw of l"5,Hi).
A shell exploded in a gun on a
Iirttlnh battleship during target prao
tic .Injuring eighteen of the men.
If Kyaa does not give complete con
trol of the stock to trustees a new war
may be started In the Equitable.
Confederate veterans opened a re
union at Ixulsrll1e, Ky.a and gave
the General Joe Wheeler an ovation.
Booker T. Warblngton's daughter
has graduated from Bradford academy,
a fashionable private school In Boston.
The death rate In New York City
increases at an alarming rate, due.
according to physicians, to fast living.
President Standart of tbe National
Association of Credit Men urges gov
ernment control of insurance com
panies. Because short -skirted woman "butt
ed in" 00 a picture of Roosevelt taken
at Denver th photos have been sup
Th Cnlon Traction and Chicago
City railway Interests failed to aurv
on a Joint offer of the propertlce lo
Norwegian residents In various
tates have memorallzed President
Roosevelt to recognize Norway's inde
The Illinois state board of fire un
derwriters and the Illinois Field club
held a Joint meeting at Delavan. Wis,
at which better eo-operatlon Is urged.
Rev. William Henry Ix-ke. former-
pastor of the Canton church, attend
ed by the lal President McKinW.
was stricken with apoplexy in Brook
Morocco received replies from Eng
land and Germany and thus Irarns
Britain loyally uphold France's claims
to preponderating power in sultan's
John H. Matron has been assignej
to duty as forest Inspector 00 the na
tional forest reserves. His district
will Include Utah and possibly South
Russia Is already paying 1 KW.tx, r.iWO
annual Interest and neremtity of rais
ing an equal sum for war Indemnity
would bankrupt the empire, declare
a Russian economist.
Announcement waa made at th
Princeton commencement of gifts to
tbe university of 32ti acres of land.
an annual Income of fioo.ifoo and
recitation ball to cost tloo.iMio.
Reports of th. American Flag as
sociation. In session In New York
City, show that four states within
the last year have adopted laws to pro-
Tent the desecration of the flag.
All the charges of prcjury an.l brib
ery against Charles F. Kelly of 8t
I.ouls, ftrmer speaker of the bouse of
delegates, were nolle provequled In tu
criminal divialon of the circuit court
A considerable stir hss been created
in shipping clrclen at tendon as a
result of the sinking of the British
steamer St. Kills by the Russian
auxiliary cruiser Dnieper In the China
The Russian auxiliary cruiser
Kuban, anchored off Cape St. James,
near Saigon, and the governor ordered
her to depart Imme.lluUly and ll -
patched a French warship to enforc
the neutrality of these waters.
Th Russian war office has Invited
prupos&la from German ammunition
works for Soo.'WKi.Oeo cartridges of all
kinds, costing between Il.Goo.uoo and
2.(M).(KX, and alo for conMerall
quantities of rt-gulalion Infantry
Count Zeppelin of Berlin h con
structed a new airship, with which h
baa made a successful trip, sailing
from Manazell. on the north shor
of !ke Constanre, to Komauhorn,
on the south shorn of tbe luke, in
Jonathan Woradelt, formerly a Chi-
ragoan and one uf tbe bent known
leather manufacturers In the Cnlted
Statea. died suddenly In Plymouth.
Fngland. He had arrived there tb
previous dsy with bis daughter, who
Is a rrsldent of ChlcsKo.
The liberal paper, Nlina Slilsm. at
St. Petersburg, without mentioning
Rear Admiral NeboKatoff, prints prom
nently a truncation of Daudet's his
torical sketch of John Byng. the Eng
lish admiral, who In 175? was shot on
the quarterdeck of his own ship for
Th Herald PubllsMug roniany of
Grand Rapid. Mich., which aucceeda
th Grand ltii1s Herald company,
baa Incorporated with f 1 5 .") rapiial.
Arthur C. Denlson is president: VV.
H. Turner, formerly of the Chicago
Journal, vice president, and W. J.
EUen, also from the Chicago Journal,
one of lb directors.
Th British blue book reveals the
details of a $35,000,000 army scandal.
General Absalom Batrd, IT. 8. A.,
retired, who wus a uisjor general of
volunteers during the Spanish war and
Inspector general of the array from
September, 1SK5, to August. 1SSS, Is
dead Dear Relay, Md.
Tbe boycotting of American goods
by tbe Chinese guilds Is assuming
more serious proportions, sad tbe as
pects for American manufacturers Is
gloomy. The native newspapers are
refusing advertisements of Americas
Parfwot In quality.
Moderate In prlow.
Wolf hunting I profitable in Hough.
Ion county, Mich. The county has
ton county ,Mich. The county ha
raised th wolf bounty to 1-5. making
1th th State bounty, $'.S for each
acalp. Tb step was taken becaus
farmer In the thinly settled southern
portion of the county are suffering
many losses of stock through the rav
ages of wolves, which have become
numerous and extremely bold.
"How to successfully manage a hus
band" is a subject that Is now agitat
ing th Eastern press. Sinew a lot of
elderly spinsters seem to b takklng
th most forward part In th discuss
ion, w won Id praphraAA the time
honored recipe and aay, "first catch
your husband." Anyway, It looks as
though this subject were brought up
by some husband who Is anxious to
find out how wa ar managed.
If a man can write a better bonk.
preach a better sermon, or make a
better mouse-trap than bla neighbor.
though be build his borne in tbe woods,
the world will make a beaten path
to hi door.
A calico dress costs only a few cents
yet there are men who arj faring tb
danger of a bachelor tax with marvel
8AVEO CHILD'S LIFE.
Remarkable Cure ef Dropsy by Dodd's
Sedgwick. Ark., June 19 The case
of W. S. Taylors Utile son is looked
upon by tbote Irterested In medical
matters as one of the most wonderful
on record. In this connection his fst ti
er makes the following statement:
"Last September my little boy had
dropsy; his feet and limbs were swol
len to such an extent that he could
aot wslk or put bis shoes on. The
treatment that tbe doctors were giving
him seemed to do him no good, snd
two or three people said bia dsja
wer short, evea tb doctors, two of
tb best In the country told m e
would not get better, t stepped their
uedlcln and at one sent for IHxid a
Kidney Pills. I gave him three Pllia a
day, one morning, noon and night for
right days: at th end of tbe eighth
day tbe swelling was all gone, but to
give the medicine Justice. I gave him
elevrn more pill. I used thirty fl
Pill In alt and be was entirely cured.
I consider your medicine saved my
Child's Ufa. When the thirty Sve 11!:
wer given blm. be could run, dsuc
snd sing, where before he was sn
Invalid in his mother's arms from
morning until night."
A man wta aiwsys be able to get
something for nothing ss long ss tb
lupply of fish stories hold out.
When your truubl wtih food dl
ivitlon seems to be iitcrraslns. and
Tsrlo'i pains. Ilk stomseh a be, head
ache, backache, etc . beset you; when
rour bowels and liver stu continual
ly out of order, what you need Is Dr.
Caldwell's (laxative) Syrup Pepsin.
It Is ssfe, pleasant and far superior
to all nilis or cathartic watrrs
i,y u druggists at i'Jc and
Money back If It fail
He who boast tbst be never kissed
a girl may be telling the truth, but no
body envies blm.
I 4a sol belter Ptao Cure lor Cow ft ie.pt ow
a aw equal for cwiikt a4 rbl. Jom T
Bovsa.TrtBUv tprtu. loJ . rW. IS. isuu.
A public library Is a place where you
find that the book you want 1 usually
Whn You Buy SUrcN
tmf IWAaore and grt tl Ixml, I o. for 10
swwls. 1bkw al. alway uawd.
Th surest way to vad neighborly
rrttlcUm about your nw bous I
not to build It
Kvery housekeeper should know
tbat If tbey will buy D9nc Cull
Wtr Starch fur laundry us they
will cav not only tim. becaus it
never sticks to the Iron, but bscaus
ach packsg contain U ox on full
pound while all other Cold Water
Starch ar put up in Vpotind pack
ages, snd th price I the same. 19
cents. Tlin again brraua DeOanr
Btarch I frwe from all Injurious chem
icals. If your grocer tries to sell you a
lloz. package It Is becaus b ba
a stock on hand which h wUhs to
dispose of before b putt In Defiance.
II knows thst Itef.snr Starch ha,
printed on every packag la large let
tars snd figures "It nil." Dwmand
Defiance and sav much tlm and
money and th annoyance of th iron
Sticking. Ivflarr-e never sticks.
On stitch In tlm Is batter than,
two la th side.
Writ to'B. oTwarnerTo". P. and T.
A, Kansas City Southern Ry, Kansas
City, Wo., for information concerning!
Fr Government Homesteads, Nr
Colony Locations, Improved farms.
Mineral lands. Rice lands, and Timber
land and for copy of "Current Events"
Business Opportunities, Rice book, K
C. 8. Fruit Book. Cheap round trip
bomeseekers tickets on ssle first and
third Tvsday of each month. Th
abort Una to th "Land of rulflUiBakl