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   Alden Times (Newspaper) - February 21, 1890, Alden, Iowa                                 VOLL MF. XII.  BUSINESS DIRECTORY  CHURCHES.  ALPHX IOWA, FRIDAY, KKBItl ARY JI,  lim -    -    T!"    *    **•    Set**,!    m  XhmTZT.Z.I'?''''*    J  pfiiman m. » rntmrn  fXftuMtE *re2r k  * , ,n     ‘  nu*,Lr     l,<, ‘    tL"    *    "»H  ta* •» f o rlaSP     U “« Tb»r.a. r  c.o  SIMPSON & COUSIN, M ^ ^ ^fluors i > iiess.  ——drai.rrs lr  Grain, Lin Stock,  j'l.OKI.I OI , I ONTY 'll s I.IITH AM'N I t OII ION  WOHN m I.KAHKK1  •rXr H ^*,*k V Z?f,V> *    H.rrlr.1  •rho.,, „n^ IM . lT     '* r   ^Tm? rV"* iii 7 'JSsPi u^IZa UZEE J^2L  ,n " t,n « —  •ad Ybor*.U r   SOCIETIES.  ^apuitt Donor. n„ .on.  A .  r   AAM  -----    ^inxs, -ran    AVA  SI ESS* y^y *■—tao I Ina <rn lh. rn  ALItgY I IRH4H1 AXP RKAPINO ROOM  «** -.Vt ^U 0<1   •v»ntn#. Nunda* «ir.i>t-.|    v„.,.    ’,’    .  tfcmsTI* . .nu If,. T i w2SC , V2££ cr, P’ MI.. bout* Tavl,* Herr. lazy    Pr*«ld-«t  ,    No    m    I    O O K - lfwu  Vuuin^Tf    *‘    I’ll.T    .    H.ll  ft M jT”    '—‘•J    "«  t-nd. IL lf jJoi,  r ; t ^; . A .y ,rs  DOlHiK. No ins AOI  UMH «o*w». M W , J Toatliq»,n. IU.  DI MI OL' DO DOM Ko SI. K. af p -»—-— 14* #r.» .M4 IM lr J Tneedav ,tn«lM| af  SS 1 .**J*. Pftari._8*U /.anc IRi.uu  ZZrXTiLJli-  rt “ T -  & a  '•  Alton., uf roo bm, or at Law.  I"" tocoHe-tm** ow00  K5?C£. a '* ,n * ““o. *«->• “«**«  COAL,  ALDEN, -    .    IOWA.  Wines*, OI., C**l, Warranted 05 rot On*. Fork  PETER TAYLOR,  dkaler tx-  Live Stock,  GRAIN,  Seeds & Coal.  TMI HK I.  J,' r fbi in ie, if tv  Flfildaa Mad Su rgw m,  I«»M Ofllco ct., K.at n* . llarlwer*  AM.n  St OTO.  J. J t  RICK  BARBER AHD HAIRDRESSER.  /W F.H.a.1 WonmHi. Mn* and drr.  ro!.TV!i^!.L f; "'' n ^' p  ‘  rkow  “  1  «n bn *  m <r iii' n.l, „r . od (IMMU Ai war. M-a.tr «»  Civ. info.     T . j. BICK. Al’JTlL  J.  A. BUTTON,  alden, iowa  notary Public, Real Estate, Loa:  IIN 1*1  ——AND—  'HANf'K  ALDEN, IOWA.  WILLIAM KEATING.  L>mJ ar la  leafy and Shelf Hardware,  Pocket lad Tabla Cutlery,  I iii ware & Woodenware,  U»* la*r».t and flnaat Work of  JOO! I HEATING STOVES & RANGES  I...... Malai.  lo  IU A tref I.fc,* *„ m ,. ,  Haw. I,.mon PaCa A nnhto'a KwvH I IHI rat Inn „f a Hn.tla The fra MU a, III.Mil,ta f»r lit. '..Min 'kpirh.il,  rw- TOU CMWn'tiitM r ]  HE feminio«i moiler  tun-, kindly lorn hat •'•ok upon the mort utilitarian internal* of dM«*, and )i#natt ma to iii pin, aa matter# of cune«ity if not of \ tint, tho  style# of costuming -**n at Saw York a orca.innii of preton. lion. (Ire... It in the ' 10.0 and climax of the aoaeon of fashionable feativi. tie*, end the roi-tnmo* are (arilattle >'thit'll, of finery. Tho new evening bodice* are < ut Hither with very thor! point* in front or el*# quit* round, lh.  —- —    wAi*»t    bvihi/ Tort of-  ten Outlined with a girdle of .ilk  7  or .|. knotted on the aide, and afti-iward falling al moat to the ham of the akirt. manorial; and pnfflnK* of .-l,,ffon round the bual and on the moulder* appear to , ta«i*pFnaablo from tho*,. new bodier . While trimmings of ribbon and (tower# ■re profanely ti.a, I. tom porn si,.av a. *ii-h o. are here aknlrhed tie I ig.ua t •ran new idee. The gown waa plum-eolored .ilk, bro* adad with do. gn. in tho jolor. of shaded autumn leave*. The 'fateHe. and other trunni’ug* were of pile anil roil .ilk gauze, and on the shoul- w *ta wing. of old gold lim the « unon. f,-attire wa. the pony .trnclnre of lace rtaing above the merely rudimentary alure on e h .boulder. Odddlty i. thu. achieved.    '  •Iti.t here let me tell, for the comfort of women who have to make their own dre..,-., of tlie dis,omfort of a woman of  my nc.|uumtance who it, bound to i>e stylish'Or die lathe nttempt. She ha. J Q *t ii At) a frock R6nt honiR from h well-known maker, she put it on. and pre-pared to an Ii forth and strike all be hold, r« dumb. Bot her bustle troubled , ** r ;    . . Hoy pad felt like a cannon  ball. She tried to consider it her {magi.  lerial. but also colors and readlv th*  auenllv •*<**••<*♦ becomin*; room. qaantly, at .ooh originalities wa cannot possil jy grumble There seem. to Ire a  Silhl .    ?     d y*    ‘°     dr ®**    *°    •'ounter-  The t ill, .lender girl rwjoi- e- in I eing  NUMBER 19-  HOU GLASS IS ll LOW X.  AX HOI It l\ TMK INT lotion OF ut.*" fa< itiny.  ii  h ,° v *     n "*^y    «jwl prow  JKvrtione are employed. First th# eper-■tor sltaka the en-1 of a lorag iron t„ha into a glowing while bole and draw- th*  _a. I . *    rvjuI*'wr in n  Hill.  W,, * r .    ‘‘ nd    li 'P ‘>«P*ng. l h-  LU LO’ind on# run. to p-r^ndirnlar  linaa    hit      ‘ V  »»"G|»*OtI|Cqil  ..ti    .. .     T#ry W, '* D oxu  cbsraetar  latlca are too pronoaaced.  ,• here i. aa evident movement against the long waists which have tortnred some  nort?«,* D i “,!?  n "  ,ook #nt of  k* 1  l' ro  Leri u    , A     handsome    nointed  neck dress ta made with a .ort of tight  SII  k *‘- ' b * ***•  ot whi< -‘*  IS roU    , *»•"» line at the beck  end rounds ap from under the arm. Mil the t wo points meet and fasten inst na. der tbs breast-line. Th# triangular .pace •ft in front ta tilled with loo ae Iv falling lace or not, confined by ribU.ns Taatene,*  IT’  1 "•*" Ur *' ,     I'~I»ok1 Withe,,|  Much AM frow. Tool. ». Wa, I,Inert »„ Ar, In Whir* MAU. „r N. l' rn(r „,  II—en Wetle In the I aa,  T li«,. M,,w.tre.l  ""'"TR    «n«  f*rtb with a gli.tmiaggwlettm*  on.dookmg MSW at the and, lie ret la  nation, but that iambi  la the market.  TuiiMa oahtt  WU. LIAM  KF AT INO  A Men, I,  CHICAGO, IOWA AND DAKOTA  RAILWAY.  AAAI-: VT.  •r .hon  Farm loan* negotiated on loos tune at low rate. of intern.\  ^dlrXriiL. on “ pro,r " d  • nd unimpr ° T, ' <!   J. F. BYERS,  - nr aik a im—  Harness, Whips, Robes, Saddles,  Fly Wets, Harness 0.1s and  General Horse Ftnitliiu Goods.  Hpedal Attention til res to IbpaJring  ALDEN.    -    IOWA  driest, Oaickcsl and Only fel Lie;  8 ETW EBB  'DES. IDRA FALLS, ELDORA, AMM llK Ai.O, HIL* il kLL ^-Ml ALL £AS1£BJ POINTS.  Passengers Can Save  KHUM  2 HODES TO s  NOTARY PUBLIC,  fisal Estate, CaOectia ani innraiice agent.  - -    -    -    iowa,  Farm and Town Property  att we tx  CHICAGO AID POUTS OI THS Lilt  BY TAKI .NG  THIS SHORT fiOCTE.  anil HIS Ant hsr   I . . .1 V , . *  on ber hack uea-Iv drove her crazy. At ,i«t .he threw off tue gown, took out the pad. got Hor ecm.ors, end Met down to iii 'estig its. She rip|>ed the pad open and  rn,.    .    I  to the edge. of the jacket h. they meet the wui-t-liii,. I hee rib: ohm tie loo.nli  nwtural *     r “*    / ,,dd f n *    ®» d  «»*'   from  breast-lin* to w* t .t  in front i. thus conc'sled  Hair I* dee.wed moat cl iborntely for ♦N‘W iou. India, not not nil ntop ,if ,b,.  nStJlT  forme . r J v '  s ®'' pi- tur*. for  psrftkttisr. Hair mutt look us if it „uv*  v°rT‘fi.fl* 1  t     Vlt "-  1 h * « i,1 »  Wh °  , 7  l,ll u  “air ..em to bo the one. m In. k jii.i now All the same. if you have ui,.,nific nt heavy locks you can afford to I f    "‘ck Tour Greek cod  at  lh,  •sea Of your i„,,d So women who*, Invariant natural endowments prevent  ‘ "oLv °T#  follo '* Ul « “ ^«*bion need be , -    “    JOO can t wear a triple ja-ket  sud n platted yoke rejoice, and don t If  ***** "° Ch  ' lMi "***>«* rejoice that fu*hion permits it, and do  J*  c ® uuot  -Hof a* 'Ire- in a low-neck  bol-tor ca*,- and look like lime. Kecanner And when you go to a ball alway* have soma cure pins about von You can’t do Four wattling comfortably if y on  have to .frag a yard or *o of \ alcncienne* stresm-isg around after von. If you don’t make a habit of providing yourself with th,-se • 'ira pins, you will many time. *,-« mo-rocut* of anguish when you would give >onr soul for a p n and think yon got it chelp. Ion step into the front of your  lZ":TL putl tbo ,lr " p “ rT  >>®  stepped on again every time you move.  An awkward man place* hi* foot on your  Til AT the glass.blow.  log industry ought to l<e one of the priori,val factor, of the commercial pro*, l-rity of the Toited Htaiee ta apparent * once ta way one who eonaiders how instinctively the av. -rage American takes to any me. chenica! art ' which demands personal _ smartness end activ.  ,    tty    rather    than com.  picv theorte- earned out to practical con. i lotion*, ii Us* ■ blowing i* p-rhatMi th* most striking dlu-tranou of diversity of forms obtainable with the minimarn of tool*, of the emancipation of the strug. Fling operative from costly machinery sud a Ion.; apprenticeship in many branches. Three hundred veers of *«ea Iv development in th- technical arts have added little or nothing to the resource* of th** gln-s.bower, ami the tool* r, tam •ne primitive simplicity of the dav* of Viler, Elisabeth «nd the Venetian artist* in inimitable glass-work. The only un. portent !*l*»>r--acing invention, th .t of >*ottie*moi.1 mg, is an American device.  w ithal, glass.blow mg «. , n  art has re- I ended rather than odvaoced within the last three centon.-#, jn*-t as paini ng h is done. The Venetian iirti-t« in glass have V, Bf "Here—or*. Ilesntifnl effects are -'ll obtainable in sum. d-«l**e -indow* und oranieritnl goblets, lint a collection or sivteenth ■ entnry rclica is not tndica-tiro of modern progress, or of any com -psriaou which can ta Maid to I* other th in odious.  I titanng » gl is* factory, the hr>» object *hi> h attracts attention is the great (An-trii famaoes in which the gl ia- is melt ® •     1  ho most nnol.servant person will  have> noticed that ordinary gla-s presents itself m three a*pecta _brown, green end stmniesa while or rtinl gla«*. The former (int- ire doe to the presence of iron on,Ie in the sand, which is on.- of the pnnci-  *“ '7^ for ..  * net *bh rafied a marrer,' from rn car  EISXX L^: h ISL  log marble that sal at aa ce he is* former-  IU rrnvklng the slabs Tho  ESH 1  ^*"'1 *“ .    ‘Bel mad ixk  ■“III fin fin Ak sinAKrtsvsk -I L . UtT ‘ *    **  -J.  1 — j    in«iin#d    ixk   ,  ?". 1     slab.    naif    the    rolling  ffthegl.^ o.  tW  nrtmeo, e^y a. it lesvks. is quite aw art.  *kile the giaae is still in Hie soft  mtx    ik. ___ .    .    .  r.    "IIH    ID    RT)*-    GOTT  . tb * operator How# ii  lk#  ''»">!• into the in  Unor of • moH    hV    a    tm.dT..  im,rn  IU.OS INII <,t* VWO , 'BHOY.  ancient Egyptian  blowing it all the tim*. The transfor-m.ition is atmo.I inrtsntaneous. aud ,hen the pressure ow the treble ,* rHea-e l  m^rkll .a » '. n , d of rt - '* sDas.lv re-  invL^TiL "a°.iI     w     *“  A ®encan  ■ inv, ntion, and the saving n the rase of  MMI.!?!**    ^    ^‘tlcs  are annealed-a process of reheating and  I?i! cowling sad finished off at the  i m* -    "‘SB'pnlation    at the 'glorv-  holes“ of smaller furnace.     8    7   In snot her p.rt of th*  tmctory ih(t  ^ itor witness** the mefciag of carboys, or the huge jar* employe,! to hold acids an I liquids in bulk; the final shape in this ■B"    being gum by i.rls.arom a  t akin in ?h    .     cm,k<> y*    Lforc    Umg  a ken to the annealing fnrna<'e, is de-  ii ‘S* How mg. rod by . .lev-wTrnr -k°“k    *     u#ckw,tt » » stream of  r* lf aTr V b  *?^, 0fr tb ®  C ® r, -°y »"  Cl ®  ss if a knife of hie aer* need. A similar ei^rtne.s  lt  eihihited by a neighboring  • Lib « ?’  ,H * ,or * •tpandmg the gathering of molten glees into a car  e^- T | ."J!*® 1 "' * “  < T‘ tir »»J ta detact Haws and impurities nudisoermble to sn ordi-  wnhaTt  ,h Y** 1  rt **’ <  *re picked out with a bot iron tool. ja*t a* a cook woald •street a plum or charry atone from %  mass of dough.  CONNECTIONS AT  NOS Sara AND UHT.  BANK OF ALDEN,  IDJ. BIRDSALL A SOS,  Aldeiie Hardin County* Iowa*  BLOOR A JI S( I IOX with the ( hi< :iw  Md .Northwestern Rn! I way for Tama  sin'    Clinton, Chicago  Milwaukee Oe, Mom***, t’ooncil Blaff*, rV I. f ui - Mjnhcapolli aud all p,,i n is ic U ikota, Nchravka. Kansas aud the West.  LLIM)RA with (he Central Iowa Rail way for point.' North and South.   w,th  B.. C. RAN sud Illinois Central Railways, for Water  UtJ     qUe '  Fort Dod « e an(l   For all Jnformtion alxiut Freight  Cly.    M*"/,awt»H (SI KI ll A rrpipt OI  I tuvaengcr Rates, apply to our local agents or address the Genera) Freight aud Pa*  ... —.uu ireiicrii r re I gill  •enger Agent at Eldora. Iowa.  JOHN POHTKJI,  «#*•(“  W.«. PORTCH, a. r.mndr. j  EXCHANGE BOUGHT ad MU). THE LATEST I  hs.l m wa. , I    "-agger .iressmnkc  nail swept her room and emptied lur dust P-n into this bustle! There ware Ss  dinmnt" T" ■ ** «P'ni-rw from a dozen In m dresses rolled up along with “regear corners of the e*Ub-lixhmcnt. packed into a * mblnnce of |M*«rp«t ball andm.de into a gennin. I***. 0 ?'  f ®r«‘«n ba.il., My A il. concluded thst for the future a goo,! ».n    homelike Yankee bustle  ii^ -  L  Wer  ■“ P«n>o*M  which is the prettient dress Keen in \° f h 'well,lorn this winter! Q who ■ball dec ids? Th# best suthorities would disagree Hurejy a lovely gown of coral-  JliblL I ^  rg# ia  thread-  colored goipnre lac#. The ceinfnre is of eoral pink velvet, while the only trtm-  g 0 * 0 ' 4 : 4 "  ot ro »" of frisse orange oetrich feathers arranged as designed. Tho gloves are of a pale strew color  f 1 * 1  "hotoh (Figure lj and also in th* fnUJ length portrait (Figure 3). That is  treuj and—oh. horror!- th# hook and tho  Lzdr r     W *F , ~ Daisy    I tart, in Chicago  p ii mgredh ut*. W b n colorless cia" de si red the iron bas to be eliminated, or tut* color nj ii f»k* ii by mutable mean*, un I U 's > noteworthy fa, t that v proportion of iron in the -and too small to lie indicated by the mo»t delicate assay will impart a distinct hue to glass Different metallic ondes impart different hu.-a tan* tin or arsenic ail render tho product whit* and opaqscCpoid will give a ruin red. copper in th* form of black ovid* with a little iron ore will yield an em. crald-green product; cobalt-oxide a bine iiiangauese a purjde. oxide of uranium a • jellow. and so on.  it follows that Where colorless glean  )s  “"•‘red the gie.iteat care has to be tak.-n to I ii*-urn ttie u*« of sand in which the I md aine ovules referred to are distill-J guiabed by their abHence.  I ho fartikce takes nj) quite a large part or the room in a gla-s factory, and is cir-t alar in form, to allow the operators to approach the jiot- from all s,d e *. Tbs accompanying cat will give  ; , u  idea of the arrangement of th. melting pots on the siege or true floor of the furnace. As ins** melting-pots are of large size some are fifty-five in. lie* in diameter, and have to withstand oontinuouslv a heat which •«1 M*>1* melt iron or steel, it follows that they have to be made of well kneaded, t. rn flared and annealed fire-, lav.  I here Is a glorious uncertainty about ule “taoftak melting-pot. It may give way aueTtrrekk-, up in eight hoars, or it may bist for months. In any case th.- Mid.* wear through and get thin in the laps* of time from the absorption af the clay into the vitrifies I molten mas* within Just so long a* a good pot can I* pniched up and fortified it im kept in na*, net when a |>ot has to bo removed, no matter under what circumstance#, it means a hot hard day’* work for all hands. The  nrttt thin a# ta (a    th.    i    .    . a.  ‘A SISTI;K GOUD AM) TRI L’  "ho VV inly,, No I'vlmi fhi.reli Mn,,,.  NE of Will Cart#-toil s ballads eiur l**b.-. th.- lain,-ut of "a Stater g-ssl  and true” over tip-introdm-tion of an •►rgan toto Hie old  mating house *l«ew!h will «tr>p m-vise*, J know.  For Ile U in : U W Irw-'k ,  And Mime (tar I to church    go.  And never    re  - . — ■ .j    come tsw-k  h*lk« sud ap to vim. vv tii-n« rf iOwl ian- •tm)i i..  I '!(» nod * ant no |«(„nt tiling A *<|Urmiin .wet- *  A v enerable woman had built and m (lowod an Episro|»al ckurt'h in a village IU one of the Lantern States, and it was my identified with her that everr-ImkIv called it MLsa Smith’.' church.  ’N  KHORR8BD AND UUD BV THC  H u. •. OOVCRNMINT.^^h  • UHR Sri Bul EHata,  *N pl TNI NST Is lb* Mart* k, Be** ftt  msm  HW RUES.  —DIA LMI nr—  Lumber,  Brick,  Cement and Lime.   b , r ?L d -^ wid# ** * “ w  ooeEmpir* gown Jfil  citr on-y*Uow satin, tlght-flSing. sad with no other trimming oat two •Paulettes of yellow rosae. An overdrew aiaetly like a—ham—dear me, I cannot aa# the exact term, bat a ‘primary* oar  meat. slightly shirred around the neck I     U ' e ,    '‘, X1   of cream silk net in exact early Emnire* J ^sparrows and hu ffuign—Hare and a broad floral edge-  ,,rol *(?ht out his gilded  00 Pta"    ae    aotiqo*    tall.    of    the    I     on th< *  ot  *  ta H "tai  PV 1 ®”’ ta ta  b « *ont With a band of die-moods nuder the bast to simulate th*  Ufy”ta f  i W *tat. Short puffs of starred  2oihT2l« , “^ *tabe si**vee. still Bown af peach blousom velvet ,*f , .^taAg* folded over from one  ^to Urn otkerin graceful lini Thl  *• •dged with a narrow band ®V**tai®£ iYimmlng that oontinne* to th* wsis* after crosstag th* bust. Th*  Th* Bird's Breakfast Be IL  Our pot goldfinch liaving escaped from bm cage Hew into a tall ailanthus tree in the l>ack yard. There he sat Hinging hie sweetest and rejoicing in his unexpected freedom, but unite unconscious of the existence of pugnacious sparrow* and hungry cat* We   K —*    ^ d,Ml  ‘ "« e  ***»  top of a tall step-ladder, leaving  a-TT7wT  7    Ior  uanas. The  first thing is to dislodge th* broken frng-menls of the pot, or the whole affair bodily if no! broken, by beltering-ram  blow* tlirprtAil raw it K *    -____,  the door open, and jus‘t inside * oup^ol tempting bwupaeod. For two houri, he  faniK  0 .j_i* ntiwlir  °“  ,h * «Yoa*. Is per. ^mlmtlt^_a sanww hand of f-^*^rr  .    .    o—-r-.™. mo, (.wo uoure ne  soonied to look at it, though he often Axed Jus bnght little eves on as when we ceiled him, and answered us with a chowry, defiant “Witxsh!" We had  ° P h ° l T  ot  * ettin K tam back, when it occurred to na to ring his  j* 11 * ta oiher words, to rattle upMhe hempseed in the tin box where   Th “, w “ * •onnd he understood. ae wa had long made it a tans to announce  I    cute the velvet mTH-  I lins ffsu waist to hem.  •taMWhal rseemblee the feint meJJ?roJk    V UU ° UDoe br ~kfaet to  I ^taHtavtMe mao buda. Lilac auam^e    -Fortdnatteiy he Ired hadl  ■HMiMMRf ^ tana MU “5    J®    ®*w    away,    and  blows directed with a gigantic crowbar i ii’o tnt inferior of a f urn ac* heated like j unto that into which 8hadmch, Me-becb and Abednego were cast in the dave of •old When the work ie completed, the new j ot, already annealed and heated to whiten***, ha* to-be placed in position, and os th* pot and coolant* may weigh many hundred pounds, th* ordeal is BMWMriJy a severe  W e. Burn* and blister* are every-day occurrence, in a glass factory, but the visitor soon learns one lesion. If ha wish** to avoid burn* and blows be will na* cawk togae oat of  b ® *»Y of th* man. Ha will act moat  y  ' n o    taaA they hare an  independent intellfceaco Th* man who keeps cool in crossing a street will bo  t Wc.sT MA VE NO VIDDLK IN WT nil Bch I  Esssssa  g&artfgyBgHi  fro^Ul^L £ d * Wn  **° wlj  Thoro  close tog  I atwo rn suddenly  taUta^rere fS.ro kTstSd W  ^TaaJss'&ng  jV •■wwMi oovii into Ikls  IOWA.   th *  hwteni    "OW    tom-  fc^o^«vflkati° n _  Wicxm Arri _  '•Nam  11 Tim popular watoh-gunnl in Okla-  nm mas van.  walking uodar lh* no*** of th* taonsfworia pedostriiau wire ad-and than stand*    *  UhHsur* t*  UNH. Ahaot im  There had l>eeo groat trouble in keep tng tho amgora up to the pitvh, aud. aa the village shoemaker performed na tho violoncello, j nr rn UM re* . u 0 ^ tan ad from the pa* tor to in trod ti no thm inatruroent into tire gadier, to  aUH . tani tho vusee'. <) Q th * bret Sundnv that it ap|.eared, no ammer had (ho “talcky Fmpid drawn his bow aeewei  ,    WU.    WM*    WW    SCSI  !    *    ta    tire    Hingerx    the    retch  tor the \ anile than MireSmith, mt  ui ouiiiu. m the  front jHvw below, turned swiftly around. in* tjowa on her boo oat krembLiug with the agitation which shook hee pion* Durn#, and en*! ot*. in loud tone#: Stop! atop I take that thing out! 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