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VOL. VII. FLORENCE, PINAL COUNTY, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1898. NO. 39. She . PROFESSIONAL CARDS- DR. ANCIL MAttttN, JYB AND KXfc. Plienlx.Arlxona' H. D. CASSIDAY, DISTRICT ATTORNEY, PINAL COUNTY Office in the Court House, GEO. M. BBOCKWAY, Physician' and scRGfWfc. vm hh residence at hoepitai FtoTelhe'e,, AVlKone GEO. SCOTT. JCSTICK OK THE PEACE, NOTARY Public and Conveyancer, Dudleyville, A . T. DOCTOR MORRISON'. pilYttCIAS AIWSCRGBOS. AF. Call n- T'fp,1 promptly day or u'tgltt. Residence In the Gtiiii3 ouilding Just buck ef C. B Mlchea Co., Wre, Florence, A. T-. the Valley Bank, PHdNlX. ARIZONA. Capital, .. . - - 4oo,ooo Surplus, - -25,000 Wn Chbibtt, President. M. H. Shbma, Yloe-Presldent. M. W. Us8sbk, Cashier. Receive Ife-poai'te, Make Colleottolrs, Bar uri Sell Exeaxauaga, Disconat Commercial Paper and do a General Banking Business. Office Hours, 9 a. m, to 3 p. m. OOBBagPOKDXim. American Exchange National Bank, S. Y. The A-rek-aUfnrnia Barak, San Francisco, California. . Am. Exchange Nnfl Bank, Chloage, HL First Notional Bank, Los Angeles. Bank of Arizona, Prescoat, Arizona. Wheeler & Perry,1 "Wholesale Dealenla STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, "CONGRESS STREBt. TOCSON. ,-.. "iA2NA. Fitrlngntlrely In rarlnnd 1-s, and with the Tucson Jobbers' tariff, enables us to lay, down g.d In Florence and vicinity at tawa Chan California prieea. Elliott Hotrse, j 4Sta Side Railroad Track)) Cut Grande, irztsna, m. V. ELLIOTT, WHefcr. ' Ylrst-elase Aeeommedatldba'fdr Commercial Traveler and the 6en jftflptibfic. . Booms aewly ftrrtilahed atia'ktept nfcaVkha elean. TaMeaspplied with the beat -the man---ket affordi'by an exeeHettt Amerteaaeii. THE iTfflCG Ftescyi (Jnder UanaceineKt of Dr. GE& & tfiOCKWAY. Completely RrBtked With Drugs, Patent Medicines, - . Toilet Articles, Perfumeries : Blank- Books, Stationery, Cigars, Etc. H0ELTI$ ORDERED flET0 TIME. Geo. ID. Kohler, Farniskea Year Home Complete. Furniture, Carpets, MATTISGS, WALL PAPER. - - CROCKERY, STOVES. OEOROE E. KOHLER, Tucson, Cor- Stone Aye, aad Coatareaa Sta. C, I UIGHEA & co DEALERS IX General lie Corner Main and 12th streets. Antonio, Chinaman General Uerclianflise, Corner Oth and Bailey streets, Florence. - - Arizona. Florence Hotel, Kewly -Ftfrmslred and Befitted. Will be run STRICTLY FIRST CLASS. TaMe awppRnd kh the beat the market affords. Elegantly Famished Rooms AND ntt MODERN APPOINTMENTS. Bar ConMft!y SupfliVa Wifh the Choicest Wines, l.iqaors Patronage of Cjrhtn-reja'l men ami tho gen eral public resm-etfuiiys-ritCKi. L. K. 0RAI&, Proprietor. WILLIAMS HOUSE. t. CBOtKETT, Proprietor, Rooms Furnished, everything First-Clas9. improvements Addod Nicely Furnished Parlor for the Ac tsommofiat'imi oT Guests. aly "White Help Emplojdd TableTjoerd 81 per day ; board and lodging $L50 and apward accord Inr to room. THE ARIZONA NATIONAL BANK, Of Tucson. Arizona. Capital Stock, - - - $50,000 Surplus and Profits, - - 7,500 tFFICERS: IUBB0 If. Iacohs, President, Fbkd Pliismah, tlee-Presldenv. Lionel If. Jacobs, Cashier. -i. VI. Obmsbt, Assiatant-Cattkler. TranWdtf a General Banking Boslnasi. MtfkesTclr-srrauhit' Tranter, rtrsa-a For eign H'nd Ione-tte lifH- oi i i-hn(e. A-eotinsof lmitviilr.itifc. Pimm -d Cor-porat-imia sohteued. mzmk CONSOLIDATED Stage 12 LiTery Go. tlncotporated.) DAILY'. STAGE CTWEEN Plorenoe and Casa Grande Livery, Feed & Sale Stables Frerenco and Casa Grande. COMMERCIAL HOTEL European Plan. GEO. H. A.LUHRS, - - Proprietor. Comr Center and Jefferson Streets, Phoenix, Arizona. Leading fcnalnen and family hotel in Arl sona. Located in the boalneaa center Con talni one bnndredroema. Tunnel Saloon. CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. J.C. KEATINC Proprietor G. E. ANGULO'S Meat Market, Main Street, Florence. Ia conata atlr anpplled with fat BeefTwhich will be furniahed cuatomera at the lowest cash prieea. We buy for cash and are com pelled to tell for caah, and will use our beat endeavor! to guarantee aatiaf action to our euatomera. Pinal County Itoilding & Loav Association. Florence, Pinal County, Arizona, I. T. WHrrTRMOM, President, C. D. Ej-py, Vice Preaident. D. C. Stevens, Treasurer H.D. Cabsiday, Secretary and Attorney Directors: Kev. I. T. Whittemore, C. D. Keppy. H. D. Casslday, D. C. Stevens, J. M. Lile, C. G. Powell and ft. T. Bollen. Office: With H. D. Caasiday. Directora' regular meetings, first Monday Ineaob month at 1 o'clock p. m THE RED CROSS SERVICE. now to Ho A,bout It to- Enltat aa a SolaTIeT of the Armr f Sanaa. Many inquiries are receired eTerj day as to "How to join the Ked Cross.' For tle benefit of those patriotic anc gentle Tv-omen who desire such infor mation we print the following', taker from the official circular as regards the present war times. In time ol peace there are other requirements which are striclcen out when there is a great demand for nurses in the field: "In order to become a sister of iht He.l Cifivs (he, Bfij.IU-aut must be ol lit uest iuT'iiMe cLar;:!'! cr." In casvs of t-nwr'eui-y, such 8 tliiif of the ,pit:vailiiiff SpHait.h-Aiut'.rii'.dl war.nnracs isay bet ciifi-.l for tspecia need upon presentation- of certificate from tome rejiutabie training chx; lor nurses "without taking he si months' post-graduate course other wise required; but it should be tinder stood that at the close of the service om-qnestion their relation with the Bee Cross ceases until they can be gradu ated In the regular way. In this -connection, howerer, credit 'will be given for character of wori tlone during enlistment. The certlfl--cates mentioned are: "a. Certificate of health and "char acter. (b). 'Certificate -of graduation from 'training school. Sisters must bt "nithin call at ali times, Teady to respond to any crdei authorized by the president of the American National lied Cross. The institution is absolutely neutral and nonsecrarian, not- In the sense oi ignoring bat of respecting every na tionality nd all religions. Xo salary is paid, but chiring actual service lie best available provision it made tfor the. support and require ments of the sisters. In addition, the -applicant will be given a blank, which mast be filled in with the age, nation ality, source of education, experience ia nursing, health, habits, etc. Cincin nati Enquirer. NOTHING BUT UERVE& Riainst la the Cable Cars Hai a a Effect I'pom Tfeeaa aat4 Caweea Drapepeiaw "Heart trouble?" snW the ?,at:or "No, your heart is as sound as a dol lar. W hat niruVe you think of such 4 thing? There isouly one Kiiidof hear! trouble to which young girls like yot arc subject to, and I cau't prescnbi for that." "lint I have such a funny f"el;.ng when I am riding in the eable ear, doe ior," said the girl. "Something seeim te stop Just about where my heart is and I feel so funny and stuffy, anc there is a sort of lump in my throat Then I feel it for a long time after ward, and it Is so uncomfortable." "Humph!"grunted the doctor. "Aft er riding in the cable cars, is it? Wher do you ride in them oftenest? Just after luncheon, isnt it?" "Why, yes; I guess perhaps I do ride just after luncheon quite as often at any other time. You see, I am apt tc be out to luncheon, and then I have to take a car to get anywhere X an iroing." "What seat do you ride on?" "Oh, on one of the front seats, -guess." "And there yon sit and watch- the wagons In front- of the car, and the men who jump in front of it, and the women and the children " "Why, doctor, how did you guess al) that? Yea, I do; and sometimes I an 30 sure they are going to get run ovei I just shut my eyes tight and think tc myself that I won't see it, anyway. Oh! it is so excitingr "Yes, and that's what's the mattet with yew. There is no heart trouble It is nothing that sounds as well. It it simply dyspepsia, nervous dyspepsia brought on by the effect on youx nervs of tlie excitement of seeing peo ple run ov,r. It is about os ba-.i foi you to thiok they may be as if thej were. . "Some of my patients have to sit oe, the front teat, with their butts to the niotorninn, and, if anyone is going- tc be killed, they don't have their stom achs put, out oi order by knowing all about it beforehand. Now, if yo will io that, or keep your eyea carefully away from the track In front of yon, I don't think you will have any trouble after a little." N. Y. Times. BARBED WIRE IN WAR. Maeh of It Was I'aed by the lards la Making- "Trochee" or Abatis. Many accounts of the operations near Santiago and other places in Cuba show that barbed wire plays an. important part in the defense of the island- It has been known ever since the revolu tion began in Cuba- that the Spanish trocha or dead line was marked with barbed wire, but until the United States troops reached the island' there were only indistinct ideas as to how the wire was used and to what extent it be came an impediment to an invading or opposing force. , It was believed by many that, these barbed-wire abatis were simply wire fences of from four to eight feet high, but it has been found that they are not built on the fence plan. The wire is stretched from tree to tree at ir regular heights. Sometimes a strand will be fastened to. a stump, and from tbercVo a height of eight or ten feet on a tree, then down agair. Jo the next tree to a height of three 'r four feet from th? ground. In this wny hedges with six or eiht stmnds nf bnibed wire are run r.lor.g for miles, the construc tion Wing so irregular that one never knows where to look for the individual strands. The whole forms a formid able Iwrrier. This style of abstis is popular In all southern countries, and hns been used wherever there lias been a war since barbed wire Wame a commercial coro mcdity. The only thing iike'a borbed-wii-e hedge "used in the civil war was a telegraph "wire hedge at the siege of Ky.ti.wUiv., It Ins been Fai'l by t!-.e Cubr.n sue! Soatfc.i nwrkiii k-U-rs that the barbed wire is superior to woo-.' sbnt.i made from limljs of trees, beentiae the wood cm be torn to pirt-es by ai tillery f.re. nd r.nre down the forees C3r march through the l-reach. It can also be set on fire. The barbed-wire abatis can not be destroyed in that way, and it has been suggested that a dynamo might make the collection of wire strands exceedingly hard to handle. Hut it does not appear that scientific methods have been employed by the Spaniards, and their wire hedges were simply irregular, obstinate and most uncomfortable things which yielded, however, to the nippers with which the troops were supplied. The large manufacturers of barbed wire say that while great quantities of their product were sent to Cuba dur ing the last two yews, they have no means of knowing how much of it was used in building defensive works. They discredit the report that the American expedition to Manila carried-many tons of barbed wire to be used in building hedges similar to those used in Cuba. They believe that much wire has been sent there, but they say that it will be used for purposes of peace and not for war. N. Y. Tribune. A BUSY EXECUTIONER. Oriental BtoryTellers Who railed ta Pleaee Their Klas Kept Ilia Ueeuiiaaan 1st Practise. There was once an oriental king whose chief delight and recreation from the cares and burdens of his roy al condition was to listen to stories. Heading was by no means a universal Rceompliiihment in the kingdom of Kaziwar, and its sovereign cared noth- i;? lor puYehroent records or pictorial r' precn.itioT.t of ibe ftnvlect hitry of hit ow n people or those of any other country. It was the d-;light eMmltifr ure botirs to-at retch himsIf on a divan ki the beautiful coiirtywd of his j al ace, and, amid the plashing of its foun tains and the odor of its flowers, to have the cleverest and meet imagina tive and traveled of his subjects tell him tales of every kind, while his sour tiers, grouped about him, snared his pleasure, and ncre punished. with noth ing less than death i thej yawne three times in succession, or were guilty of the- least interruption. The king's passionate fondness for this form of diversion, and: the great re wards that he heaped upon the men who had the getod fortune to keep him amur.ed, naturally resulted in his court becoming th& rendezvous of all the most brilliant talkers of that Kind in that part of the world; Even the smallest piece of paperin the way of a memorandum was strict ly forbidden them, though, and they took rank according to the versatility of their minds, and the fluency with which they were able, to disguise the fact that they were borrowing all they knew from some more ancient source, or were abundantly able to invent situ ations and plots as diverting and char acters that interested intensely their imperial and imperious lord, who, bored by chronicles, had a thousand pairs of cars and as manypairs of eyes as a fly for all the tragedies and come dies and adventures that could be re counted with the human voice and presence- to- give them color and life; jiatives and strangers vied with one another for years in repeating or in venting all the tales tlsat they could imagine or recall for the benefit of tftt ir swarthy lord, who, stretched on Dis divans, nxed on them his piercing eye, and bad them do their best. It aa- vt-rj nervous work for the poor souls, though; for the king's exe cutioner, armed with the longest and sharpest of simitars, stood.1 ever" by their sides, and if the king heard them repeat themselves or one another, If they turned" pale under the strain, or forgot what they had to say, as like as not he would frown fiercely and clap his hands when off would go a head! Whereas, if he were really entertained, he would listen greedily to every de tail; and, the story done, command pipes and wine and fruits to be brought for the refreshment of the speaker, clothe him in robes of scarlet, present him with a fortune in the shape of single ring, and add' to it twenty purses of gold' or a dozen vineyards, accord--ing to the measure of his satisfaction. Frances Courtney Baylor, in,. St. Nicholas. """" .jt. - long Canoe Voyeg-eav Guy E. Lee, a student in one of Wis consin's universities, lately started in a., canoe from Madison to. Brazil. He went across Lake Monona and fol lowed the Yahara south. He will go down the Eock river to the Mississippi, thence to New Orleans, across the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean sea to the South Atlantic ocean and down to Kio Janeiro, Milwaukee Sentinel. DICK'S GOOD TIME. lie Waa a Very Humane Boy aid lie W'aa Enjoylns His Well Earaed Reward. A portly gentleman sat on the porch and smiled, while a small boy, also smiling, painted the front fence. "Look at that boy," the portly mas remarked to a visitor; "he thinks he is having a good time. A small boy is surely the drollest creature on earth. When I was u youngster I remember that there were certain kinds of work I considered play, and one of them was painting. I was always crazy to paint Many times I have taken a bucket of muddy water and an old point brush, ui'd have spent a whole liulf day put tin? a thick coat on the fide of wy fa ther's barn. "So with my boy, Dick; the lEttie ehap painting the fence; he has always been crozy to paint. Tie is enjoyingLimself now you can tee he is.; and he wiil paint that whole fence, too, just as well as he knows how. I don't care if it is a trifle smeared; he' getting joy, solid joy, thicker than the paint on his hands and clotheev "There's a mean side to it, too-r he wanted to paint the fence andlwanted the weeds pulled out of the yard. So, like an underhanded rascal, I bar gained with hira r I told him that if he would pull ail the weed's oat f would let him paint the fence. He went through tha other job like a soldier he hates to pull weeds all boys do and now he thinks h is getting his re ward. It is a downright thame to fool him that way don't you think so?" The portly gentleman chuckleyd again, and the small boy, wild with joy, went en plaster&g' paint on the fence. Detroit FreeFress. Declined with Than lea. A Chinese editor returned a contri bution on the ground that if he printed it the eniperor ef Chiaat would insist on everything in the paper berns-maintained at the same high standard. That i3 a more soothing.rcply to" the contributor than "declined with thanks" Why not put the case thus: "Sir, your article (or story)'is so mag nificent that-if it were to appear in our pages our readers would clamor against the rest of the contents. We are compelled to employ otberwriters, who, if you were a competitor, would have to retire to the workhouse. In the cause of cKarity, therefore, webeg to express the hope that you will give up literature anJ app.y your genius to tti manufacture- of jnarkkiff ink." London Sketch. This is an old housekeeper's recipe 'or ey.lrnon-cucumlH.-r- salami. Pre?? iomebbiled taiiuou through a sieve and nix with it mayonnaise dressing or rich cream. Season the compound A-ith salt and cayenne pepper. Take two thinly-cut slices" of cucumber that have been: in a bowl of ice water'for an hour previous, lay them op, -slices of bread and spread the salmon evenly :ver the cucumber. Tut two slicearto jether and you have a delicate sand wich. Leisure Hours. Articles of Incorporation TBI Whiteford Gold Min mg Company. STATE OP ILLINOIS. I County of Sangamon.! Know All'Wbx ky THBfl-PRES;!ers: That we, FranoB. Smith, Darnel OX)r&wIpy and James White, of the conn ty of Singamou and State of Illinois, the incorporators hereinafter named and whose names are hereunto subscribed, deal ring-to form a cor poration, under and by virtue of the revised statutes of the Territory of Arizona, reluting to corporations and all amendments thereof do hereby for that purpose adopt, sign and acknowledge the following Articles of Incor poration: ARTICLE 1. Tiie frame of this Corixration, and by which it hall be known, u the "Vhitfurd Gold Mining Company,1 and the operations and transactions ot said Company' fehnll 1 o carried on io the County of P.TtnL und in any othtir county or plar in tht Territory of Ar'-ona, or in any other State or Territory within tbf United Stat-p? c..f Aniericu. Its principal place of business shall be in said Pinal County, but its principal office shall be in the city of Spring-field, in the County of: Sangramon and State of Illinois, at which latter office, meet.nfrs of the Director- of hl Company may be held, and all business relating to the busineas of this Company shall be carried on and transacted at'sald city of Spring-held, and all such business and transactions to have the same force in law or equity as- if held within the Territory of Artaouft- ARTICLE L The general nature of the business of this Corporation sbaJl be the mining- of gold, sil ver, copper .lead and other ores and minerals within the Territory of Arizona, or within any other Stat or Territory of the United States, and acquiring of water rhta, mi)! sites, and buying and selling,' bonding and leasing of mines and mineral bearing lands, water rights and mill sites in the Territory of Arizona, orn it hin any other State or Ter ritory of the United States, and holding prop-' erty therein, and to. buy and sell, mine, smelt, reduce and concentrate ores- and min erals of whatsoever character aad prop erty, and to hold, use and sell water rights and sites thereof, and the lauds necessary or useful therefor, and for the in dustries and habitations arising out of or to grow ont.or to ariseor grow up in connection with or about the want, and for the purpose of leasing, erectinrteojtttrueting, maintain ing, buying, selling-, owning, using ami oper ating mining and mill machinery, and all necessary buildimrs and accessories thereto. Including the building and operation of roads, railroads, electric power and light plants .telograph and telephone lined. ARTICLE 3. The capital stock of this Corporation shall beone million dollars (1.K0,000), and shall consist of one millioushare 1,OW,000 of the par value of one dollar (1.00) each, ail of Royal makes the teed para, wbela PS 1 saB- me !", ov Mxn pm-rMro rfs, , w vfmti which Is fully paid np In consideration; f tfee; conveyance to this company of certain lands and mines with the improvements thereon, and all appurtenances thereunto belonging,! by Gustaws A Whiteford, conveying to this corporation the following; described real es tate, mines and mineral claims as follows, to-' wit; The Last Chance lode claim. Con fidence lode claim. Reliance lode claim, Gold Bock lode claim. Walker lode claim,! all of said lode claims and mining lands situate in the Mineral Creek Mining Dis trict, in the County of Pinal and Terri tory of Arizona. -For a aomolete description of the above claims reference may be had to the books of record in t he office of the County , JCeeorder in the County of PismF au Territory of Arl-. son a, and which said deeds of conveyance are dated August tet, Each of such shares of the capital atock of this corporation shall represent one-millionth (1-1,000.000) part of the property owned ot- hereafter ac-; quired by said corporation, and each shave, snail represent one vote in said company at., any election hereafter held by said corpora tion. ARTICLE L , This corporation shall begin business frensr! the dute of tiling these articles In the office, of the county records of Pinal County, In the Territory of Arizona, and shall terminate,, twenty-five years from the date of thia Cor poration.' ARTICLE 5" The affairs of thia Corporation are to be . and they ahall be conducted by a board of directors or truateea, conaistlng of eeren tiersniie (7), of whom one ahall be Preaident,' one Vice-President, one Treasurer and one Secretary, butthe offices of Secretary and . Treasurer may be held by the same per-, son, properly qualified. The President, -Vice-President and Treasurer ahall be Trua- tees. To be eligible to auch ofticea, each of -aaid officers must be the owner, as shown by -. the booha of thia Corporation, of aa least one share of the capital stock of thia Cor poration, and aid officers ahall be elected aunually by stockholders of thia corpora -tloc ot thn said cHyaf pri-urfieM.-IlHY-Ms, or at guch other tim and piactf a may here- . f-r be ji-esentd by th-i By-Laws of this Corporation, and .-hail hoifl mrh otftres.nntil their 8We-s-tors ftre duly elected and qnall--Med. The foUowina; nam! jraons who are stockholders in this c-ir-Hrat ion. shall consti tute -he iioaeti cf Directors of this company until the Mv'i-id 'f Justin- of fr-ertombftr, 1-Mv, riuil if; i tl.eir Mi-ces-corn are plocted and Qiuiiiii.il. to-wit: P. ii. aiuiii, Sprini-fieitl,' Illinois; Daniel O'Crowley, Springfield, Illi nois; James- White,- Springfield, Illinois; Chaa.U. Jonea, Sprina;neld. Illinois; W. E. Nelson, Quincy, Illinois; G. A. Whiteford, Riverside, Arizona; W. P. Dunham, River-', aide, Arizona. Vacancies in the board' of directors shall be filled by the remain ins members of the board,' and the aaid F. B. Smith shall be President, and. said Daniel (VCroarfey Vice President,' and' the suid James White Secretary and Treasurer,' for the term ending: on the second Tuesday ofeptember, llftO. at IS o'clock, noon of said day, and antil their, auccessora are elected and qualified,' aaiT any vacancy, caused by resignation, death or removal of either or any of said officers., shall be filled by the board of trustees at their general office at the city of Spring field, Illinois. ARTICLE . : The highest atnooht' ot indebtedness or . liability to which the Corporation iaatany time to subject itself la the sura of one hun died thousand dollars (100,000). ARTICXB 7.- . The stock of this Company ahnfl be nos " assessable and the private property of the stockholders of this company shall be ex empt from liability for any and all debts of this Company. ARTICLE 8. These articles of Incorporation HMty be' amended at any time by a majority vote of the hoard of directors, and whenever' amended the amendment shall be signed by ' the President ind Secretary of the Corpora tion and shall be acknowledged by them and recorded and published aa required by law.: Witness our hands and seals this August 1st, im.- Seall FRANCIS B. SMITH, Seal DANIEL CCROWLEY.- Seall JAMES WHITE. STATE OF ILLINOIS. 1 68.' Coun" ry or Sasoa .) Before me, Harry L. Str.ith.a Notary Public'. In and r'ur thetjotmty of a-uii-uuioii. St-.te tif II!., personally aiM-irr.d I'. H. t-mith, Daniel' t -'Crow.'ey and James V, hite. personally' knuwii to me to he the same persons.' whose uuiut-s are subscribed to tiie annexed.' instrument, and each individual acknowl- edg-ed that he signed and executed the same ' for the purposes and consideration therein ' set forth. Given under my hand and notarial seal this first day of August, 18S8. My com mission expires Dee. loth, 18U0. Seal HARRY L. SMITH. Notary Publics TERRITORY OF A?lIZONA, 1 8S. COUHTY OF PlJfAL. I, F. A. Chnmlterlln, Recorder. In and for' the County of Pinal, Territory aforesaid, do' hereby certify that the annexed instrument was tiled and recorded at request of W. P. Dunham, on the 30th day of AlitfC. Ai B. JS98, at 1 o'clock p: m.', in book No. 1, of Arti cles of Incorporation, page" Witness my kind and ofSclaJ seal, thia 30th day of Aug., lSWk- UsalI J. A: CH.VMBERLIN, Recorder, scp. 17-6V By THOS. Q. PEYTON, Deputy. ' Good! r - People who buy St fel ling's Btst drink morq tot -: year than other peopls.