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Defiance Express (Newspaper) - December 20, 1895, Defiance, Ohio Franta Claus is Tii children s Friend. Who to was we have Little l j Means of knowing. Aut Hontie his tory is almost silent on the subject merely stating that he was the Bishop of Myra in Lye in. And died about the year r2t. Tradition has Woven Many a pretty tale about him and one runs that he appeared in the night time and secretly made valuable presents to the children of the household. What manner of person st. Nicholas was seems subject to Varia lion according to the time place or Man nor of regarding him. Medieval paint is represent him As slender and Clad Iii full episcopal Robes with Miter and Crozier. Modern painters and Story to Liers Iii in j gland it j mini by and America give us a Jovial rub Cund Type of a Man. With none of the features of the cleric. Kris Krill Gle is regarded us an alternative name for Santa Claus but lie is a totally different being. Kris Kringle is simply a corruption of the Iconium word a Christ Kindlein a or Christ e Hihl. Christmas is children a Day it is the Day when As Dickens says we should remember the time when its great founder was a child himself. It is especially the Day for the friendless Young the children in hospitals the lame the sick. The weary the Blind. No child should in left alone on Christmas Day for loneliness with children Means brooding. A child growing up with no child Friend is not a child of All. But a premature Man or woman. The Hest Christmas present to a boy is a Box of tools the Best to a girl any o Limiter of dolls. When they get older and can write letters a Post office is a delightful Boon. These Are to be bought but they a far More amusing if made at Home. Any Good sized cardboard Box will do for this purpose. The lid should in fastens to it so that when it stands up it will open like a door. A Slit must be Cut out about an Inch wide no from live to six inches Long so As to allow the postage of Small parcels yet not Large enough even to admit the smallest hand. Children should learn to respect the inviolate character of the Post from the earliest age. Capital scrapbooks can be made by children. Old railway guides May be the foundation and every illustrated paper a Magazine of Art. A paste 1m>v, next to a paint Box. Is a most serviceable toy. Hobby horses Are profitable steeds Aud can be made to go through any amount of paces. But mechanical toy Are More amusing to his elders than to the child who wishes to do his own mechanism. A boy can be amused by turning him oui of the House giving him a Hall or a kit or letting him dig in the ground for the unhappy mole. Kittle girls who must in kept in on a Rainy Day or invalid children Are very hard to amuse Ami recourse must in had to Story telling to the dear. Delightful Hon. Ami and pm books now written fur children of which a Zalit e in wonderland is the Flower of perfection. B beginning it Benton City on the Union Pacific Boud the Telegraph line stretches to the North leaps across to the Laramie mountains and at a Point opposite the. Great mass of Earth and Rook and tree called lied Butte it comes to a sudden Stop. Prom this Point to the fort. A distance of Twenty five Miles is the roughest portion of tile Way and the skulking hands of indians make it the most dangerous. Ai the terminus of the line is a rude shanty and a Soldier operator. Close by the shanty Are tents of the soldiers who Are setting the poles Aud pushing the line along until the fort shall have electric communication with tin oui id world. It is december now Only two Days to Christmas. There have been cold Rains Snow storms severe weather and the soldiers Are wondering Why the y have not been ordered Back to the fort Lor the Winter when a mounted unit a. Tiger arrives Over the Trail bears the expected order. The colonels wife Lias gone must. The operator is to wire her to remain where sin is until Spring. When her answer is received the shanty is to in closet up Camp broken Aud the party headed for the fort. The afternoon wears away tie night comes Down and some of the soldiers Are asleep when Benton City wads in in Call Aud follows it by a Telegram residing a the colonel s wife started West four Days ago Aud ought to be there or it the fort next morning there was an arrival from the South. Tho colonel s wife Riding a horse with a oian Ket for a Saddle dismounted it the front of the shanty and opened the door with a cheery a Howdy do boys a a to the operator and the sergeant. As both men stood it a attention a she removed the Hood and cloak which enveloped Lur Shook off the show and said to the sergeant a i came through with Laidly an hours Cee and pm hungry As a Wolf. Tell some of the men to Cook something. Ill give the colonel a everybody hustled and bustled and an hour later Camp was broken and twelve people headed for the North the strongest Man breaking the Way and the colonel s wife bringing up the rear with a kind word and a smile for every Soldier the Trail led up a narrow Valley and the wild Gale had drifted the Snow until the line had to move Forward at a Snail s Pace. At Nightfall they had made just half the distance 1�i the fort. In a Thicket nil ate supper together. Said the ser Geant As he looked in vain for Tho stars a i saw injun signs Back by the a Rise Flint yen have revolvers As Well is muskets a remarked the colonel s wife a please Gie me one and extra ammunition. Pii try and not he a Burden to you at an the Gale Cann sweeping Down the Valley and roaring around the Mountain base flier were wild War whoops and the crack of rifles. In the darkness score of indians had crept close upon the Camp. Both sentries were shot lend. A it s Only injun boys Only injun shouted the sergeant and he fired his firs shot. A now. Then push they had not moved ten rods before a Rifle cracked and one of the men pitched Forward shot through the heart. A minute later two More bullets whistled Over the men s Heads. Then the Little band was hidden from sight of the in Dian sentinels by til blinding whirl of Snow. A a they re after us May am Quot said the ser Geant. A they won t take in prisoner a wins pored the colonel s wife As she held out the revolver. A a that a right Ina Ain. We Are headed fur the fort right enough and maybe the red fiends will haul off after a bit and let us go in peace. A merry Christmas to you though i be seen merrier ones in my for a mile or More the lift i party breasted the storm. Then came a sudden shot Aud the rear guard went Down. There were seven men and a woman at 8 o clock. At 0 o clock there were but live men at to but four at Midnight Only two. Two men and a woman the sergeant the Soldier operator and the colonel s wife. Tho others Bud been picked off one by one and the indians still followed. Now and then the Trio halted Knelt Down and peering into the Snow whirl opened a fusillade which cheeked Pursuit if it did not wound or kill. Instinct must have guided them in that storm Providence must have shielded them from the bullets but the storm continued to rage and the vengeful foe to pursue till the report of the firearms reached the ears of the Sentinel at the fort. No sin had yet Learned what was happening when three figures staggered up to the Gate and on into the fort and up to the la str of the colonels head Hunt tem. Two of tin figures held up a thin Between them. As he peered in the sergeant saluted Ami said a col. Dawson. I report myself and i bring you a Christmas Aud As tin colonel uttered a shout of Surprise and rushed Forward with out 1 stretched arms tin Brave Little woman fell into them and tin two men Sank Down in their tracks and those win lifted them up wet their lingers with the blood of heroes. A handsome merry fined woman who is five yours older a sergeant of infantry who limps u bit a Lone grave in which sleeps the Soldier of Rater nothing More indoor Christmas games. How attic Young folks May find pleasure if the do lie Stormy. Parlor games like Chota draughts dummies etc., Are too heavy for Christmas. Lie boys and Birls want More rollicking hip hip Hun Ai games. A committee Allicino fed to provide desirable amusement for a Well known Charity in new York selected the following program. To hours were spent in selecting appropriate door games and pastimes and even Hen no More than were actually needed were decided upon says the new York jail and express of the children eau get out of doors their amusement is easy for baseball leap Frog hide and seek rid other games suffice but indoors something Akin to these games is wanted. In this class is a game known us a the country it consists in making riders tumblers clowns Strong men. Etc., of All tin children and with this irn pro ised company giving a performance. Another Good game for the House is ailed ,�?� in which Hose engaged must perform some work n the particular Trade to which they Are assigned by the Foreman. In this game in thanksgiving the boys and girls of an institution in Jersey Cut and sewed a lot of it Arpot rags made a fide of brushes and split and bundled several cords of Wood. A the boy Hunters Quot in which the Ohil Len learn the name habits and peculiarities of the entire animal kingdom is another Good game and a Robinson Crusoe no of the same Kin and value. All these games a Active ones require constant movement and a meant Only for tile Daylight. For tin evening games less boisterous must in chosen. In this class Are anagrams a a authors a a history of on times a and Shadow pantomimes. The last named however Are the most popular and enjoyable and have so increased Iii favor that Hooks written Espe rally to show How to prepare and perform them can be bad at any Well stocked Book store. The Christmas great tree state. A i Inan Elul transaction. A say mister a said a boy who had just overtaken a Market Wagon after pursuing it for four or five blocks a do you com old year a tis time to go. Age perhaps fins made you slow. But your time of Rule Lias flown and i come to claim my own. Yon Ore popular no More All your triumphs Lier Are gone with what strength is left to you had you better hasten on. Learning from experience. I have promised much ilk you. When another year has flown Hoople will condemn me too. But what matters that to us years like men must come and go. We Are fast with promises. With fulfil ments we Are slow. A a take track fiend cured. The following Story is told by one who for years was an inveterate better on horses a it was Christmas eve. My 4-year-Ofil stood by my Kin in Bis a nighty just before being tucked in his crib and in Bis infantile manner was praying to Santa Claus to bring him the treasure upon which in had fixed ins heart. When he had finished i asked the master of the House what should old Santa Claus bring papa Ile bowed his Little head on my am non. 3tet\ to the of risen amp a Belle my the world praying ?tir8� tpw8 had Kis is we amp to the Bells Are we Are me troies of de amps and a a amp a we Are the Tongue of Prophet and priest e Are the lips of the sibilant r a caper who dreamed of a tar in the purple Elt vat demand is annually made on the forests of Maine not All who desire a Christmas tree for the Holiday merrymaking can Sally Forth armed with a Hatchet and hew from their own acres. Therefore at each Christmas season great demand is made on the forests of Maine for Young spruces. No tree but an Evergreen will do and no Evergreen hut the Spruce presents the delicate Feather Flat. Clean climbed branches of dark Peret uial Shade which throw out by contrast the brightness of tile suspended presents and favors. On sunday the fifth of december 1891, ten car loads of Christmas Trees for new York were detained in the Portland Yard because they were loaded so that it was impossible to work the brakes. This objection was overruled and the Sweet smelling freight was allowed to proceed to its destination. How the cars were loaded can easily be described but the fragrance of Twenty five thousand freshly Cut Evergreen Trees must be left to the readers imagination. The ten cars All a Flats a or platform cars were each thirty four feet Long loaded eight feet High and All came from the Small station of Wiscasset which lies at til head of one of the numerous Bays of the coast of Maine. At regular intervals about each car four on each Side and two at each end were Stout Spruce stakes originally christinas Trees which might have done duty at the Castle de Blunder bore. These Rose to the top of the Load which was limited to a height that would Clear All overhead Bridges on the Road. Iii this space the Trees were packed Lengthwise Butts to the front and rear tops to the Center so compactly that the leaded car was one solid Block of Green. Each car held about Twenty five Hundred Tret a Large and Small tied in bundles of four. From six Hundred and fifty to seven Hundred bundles were packed in a car. So that the ten car Load lot contained Twenty five thousand Trees at least. The marketing of Christmas Trees is a Maine specially. Every year speculators Purchase the right to Cut Trees from the land owners paying half a cent one cent and two cents apiece for Trees from eight to twelve years old on the stump. Then the natives Are hired to Cut and bring them to the shipping Point where to Ley Cost the Speculator from ten to twelve cents each loaded on the far. He pays also for their shipment to new York sixty seven dollars per car or about two and one half cents per tree. Tho Trees retail in new York for from one to five dollars each according to their size. The same Quality of tree can be purchased on the Street Iii the City of Portland it from Twenty five to fifty cents each while Iii other parts of the state boys who wish for Christmas Trees Sally Forth and out them for themselves a youths companion. The sunday school serious subjects carefully considered. X a red by he Gate of the Mystic mom k when the Krit wig Bern. He a dryer of the wandering Al amp i a rim deserts a1 in vie i and Lone e Peru of Jud Caa he sherds. 0 we Are the ,5 that from havea were by trom. The Golden threat of an Angelo Hora Rny / / act a the Vigo wa3 Bora. We Arr the Tea re we Are the c we Are the Jub voice of apr borrow Liei pc e on Perth let my a Ood will re 0o our lip break Sileace Oshri Alf it when he Krit Bora. Teardrop of act of borrow the it acc of yesterday 3 it Xii \ Mara. In yuletide customs. It is customary to give a Quarter pres out and expect a re one in return. With the usual perverseness of nature Christmas comes in the Middle of a hard Winter. The modern highwayman does no to say a Money or your life a he wishes you merry the Small boy who tries to make too much noise is Apt to blame Santa clan for not giving him in extra head for his drum. Some people wish you a merry Christ Mas instead of giving you a present be cause its easier to pay til compliment of the season than it is to Settle with Santa Claus. Your wife expects you to look pleased when she gives you a $40 smoking jacket and tells you she has had it charged. Truth. A scholarly exposition of the lesson a thoughts worthy of Calm reflection half in hours study of Tho scriptures time Well spent. Nys Winner know who hit you Iii the neck with that Bani snowball a a you by i to Quot replied the Man. Slackening Speed. A will be Gimme a Quarter of i Ketch him am bring him Here a a by a a i i time so rents a a a a a it Uil the Driver lifting his whip from tin socket a but i Don t give Jon any More a a Well git the Money a you Haven t gut the boy that threw the snowball a is i have. That boy i it me. Dads a i Ltd. And no unit Lier can to get work. The twins is the Little or earn anything no ii j i done to Hustle there won t in any Christ j Mas tree at our Lions. Pii Luke a Jim King any Day fur 50 knee again Ami innocently pleaded a and dear Santa Claus please bring papa a race horse that eau win sometimes that was his mothers work. I suppose but it went. I bought a tree that night loaded it Down with toys tin boy Bud Unk cd for and then trimmed it with tin tickets that Haduet won Iii the races the unique festoon ing represented hundreds of hard dollars that Hail been scattered Iii the Wake of u race track i have not played a lairs since that time and i have made up my mind that i never will again. It s a delusion and a a i Iii ii nyx a woe. Curly headed Johnny had a tear drop in his ip1, curly headed Johnny could t speak without a sigh. Aud us Christmas preparations that were a round him everywhere had not the least effect upon his melancholy air. A a la what a the use of hanging up my stocking a in would say a a there a nothing to look Forward to for me on Christmas Hay lie la scratch us Oft his program when he hitches up bus team. For Salty needs a fireplace and they heat our Flat by steam a Washington Star. Her lieu to a desire. There comes a time once in every year when children May without impropriety give their Loving friends a hint in season. Uncle William was talking with Lucy ii tis Best Little Niece about Christmas. He wished to know Lier mind upon a certain i highly interesting object but preferred to get at it indirectly. A now Lucy a said he in a casual manner. A if i were going to buy a loll for a lit to girl what kind of a one do you think sin would like a a to Uncle William a answered Lucy with undisguised interest a a Thor is nothing like twins a to be get. The colonel s wife May ill you the Story the sergeant be coaxed to but he can to conceal the Limp Aud is proud of the extra stripes he a worn a his sleeves Ever since that Christmas Day. I will remember the poor if i have to make a memorandum to that effect every morning \ eth it a Sonny a i Iii the Market Man Iii a to that was remarkably husky a a Here sgt or 50 cents. In a in a hurry now you need t bother about delivering tin goo a. Well Call it Washington Star. Now louies the glad new year though Fate May do her worst Flo cannot blot that legend dear a fall Hills due on the first a a Atlanta constr Lutious. A i Brist Mas Church idea. Of the platform of u Church or sunday school room be deep enough to admit of it an artistic Christmas Arch can easily in Wade by an Amateur Carpenter writes Florence Wilson in the la lies Home journal. The upper part should have wires stretched across to which May be fastened Small Hemlock boughs thus forming to solid mass of Green. The framework should of course be wound with Evergreen the whole placed about two feet from the Wall so that behind it Miry be Hung the Christmas Bills of red and yellow Immortelle at different lengths by ropes of Evergreen. These Bells May be made to hang at different angles by using Tine picture wire. Let each Bell be worded so that they May seem to ring out their own song of a glory to god in the for a sunday school festival u Post office where each child upon inquiring might Tim an envelop addressed and sea Btl containing a pretty Christmas card is a unique feature. Then there is the huge snowball made of Cotton be sprinkled with Diamond dust Aud tilled with gifts for the infant class which May be rolled through the window with no appropriate letter from Santa Claus. The hoarding Ulusc Turkey. A is the fuse Laid a inquired the Landlady of the head waiter. A it is a then fire a i have a but the Turkey is still whole a a yes Madame the powder Bud no effect on a then Send for some dynamite and Tell the boarders the Turkey is so tender it takes time to curve it. His pc Cason. It was drawing near to u very interesting season of the year. Willy wus getting ready for bed. His Mother looked Happy. A my dear a she said a i am glad to see that you do not hurry through your prayers As you used to Quot no. May am Quot Haiti Willy a Christmas is week after next and i have a Good amay things to ask he Wun surprised. Mrs. Guz Zuint in be gut a Box of cigars for my husband s christinas present which Wili Surprise him. Mrs. Maddox women Don t know How to buy cigars for men. Mrs Gaz Zainy i know that so i got brother Jack to get them for judge. Nothing slow about Johnnie. Lesson for dec 22. Golden text a behold i bring you Good tidings of great Joy.�?Luke 2 to. The birth of Christ is the subject this week. Luke 2 8-20. The lesson finds us in til1 midst of Christmas prepare ions and on the threshold of Christmas Beer. Max the scripture before us wholes Mely remind that the Best preparation s of the heart and the Best cheer is that which comes wit ii the entertainment of til heavenly guest. God Grant that the Christ May be born anew in Many carts this Christmas time. Hoorn for Jesus a prepared place for the Brist. Quot there was do room for them Iii Tho inn so closes til seventh verse. Now How beautifully the eighth verse opens Quot and there were Iii the same coup by shepherds no room in the nil lint room in the Shepherd s hearts. Thank god tiler was a Lilac prepared and the Christ babe xxx As to have a Wol Oines heart Welcome. A to Coin to my heart. Lord Jesus come there is room i my heart for fear not was the first words that broke from Angel s lips after Long silence. It was the same word spoken at the riven Tomb. Why fear not because Christ is come a Pirisi Tho King of love. A perfect love cast eth out Quot fear not tor behold i bring you Good tidings of gnat Joy which shall be to All lot a trembling world its children lost in Elf it Lark take heart and Hope. The Light Lins come a for unto you a Quot for unto you Quot the Angels cried a unto you a not to us in this great Blessing the greatest of time and eternity Given but to the children of men. The Angels have no part in it but to announce it. But if the More privilege of telling the Good tidings Sot their harps Ami their hearts vibrating with ecstasy what should be our feeling for whom the Blessing is reserved us til gracious tiding drop Down to us. Brothers rejoice rejoice with Joy unspeakable and full of glory. A a sign unto we have u responsibility and a part in tin wonderful i Vul Genee. We Are to find him. Ii was not enough to Angels to announce him shepherds must seek him out. Angels wings above human feet beneath so is the Miracle made Manifest. The sign of the Hillside song and the sign of the Bethlehem Manger. Behold the Christ. Has a song come singing into your heart to Day go find him of whom the Angel voices sing. Take the lowly path to Bethlehem Aud find the Christ for yourself. So review the Miracle of the Nati Vity. A glory to god Iii the highest on Earth peace Good will toward the old translation is Good enough. Iii heaven it is Quot glory Quot on Earth it is Quot peace a among men it Means a Good Joy every where Blessing everywhere above below and All around us. Rejoicing everywhere save amongst tile devils of the pit curses there for sin is met Aud death is conquered. Well has it been said Tho churches life began at Bethlehem with Praise. Let us keep the pitch. And what did they find when they came a Mary and Joseph and the babe. That Lovely though lowly group the Chris Tian family was in itself a glory to god and tin beginning of a peace on Earth Good will toward or among what More Beautiful what More suggestive in surroundings Aud All of the new King Dom of love that had dawned upon the hate smitten Eurth. Wherever Christian families gather Iii peace and affection at this Christmas tide to Day tiles find in a measure the fulfilment of the Angelus song. Aud now the shepherds Are resuming praising god Aud making known these wonderful things abroad As they go. The gels have disappeared their simple mind accomplished. It is for Man to spread the Good news. And so we read that men Are set to wondering not at what Angels say but Quot it those things which were told them by the rejoice fellow teachers rejoin and tremble. God has committed the word not to Angels but to us. If men hear of the great salvation we must Tell them. A and now a said the auge to Cornelius it Eurea a Send men a i. E., Angels could go no farther men must do the work id help us sing a a song of Hope for this Christmas time the words written by mrs. Mary a. Lathbury of East Orange n. J., and which gained the first prize out of 2,000 songs recently submitted to the judges. A children of yesterday heirs of to Morrow what Are you weaving labor and sorrow look to your looms again faster Aud faster Fly the Grout shuttles in prepared by the master life a in the loom Maine s male House Feefe a one of the oddities of life in the Maine factory villages is the class of men who can appropriately be called in almost any town where much manufacturing is done numbers of these men May be found. Of one Calls soon after meal time he will be Likely to find them with aprons on washing dishes. At other hours they May be seen sweeping up making Beds cleaning and washing the children cleaning House or cooking. Whether any of them do the family sewing is not so certain. These men Are the housekeepers for the simple reason that their wives can earn More working in the Mill than they can and it becomes a matter of Money saving to let them do it. Some of them saw and pile the Wood in the shed and do the chores and take care of the Garden and do other Many a work around Home As Well As the housekeeping and the arrangement seems to be profit Able. failure we an mention no failure More Elsas Roizis than that of physical Energy. It in Oivo the partial suspension of the digestive id assimilative processes and entails the retirement from business of the liver Aud honeys. Only through the Good offices of Hostetter a stomach bitters can tile veneration of its former vigorous status be hoped for. When this Ald has been secured resumption of activity in the stomach. Liver Aud bowels May be relied upon. The bitters my kidney troubles. Butterflies for the hair. The silversmiths report to big run on the enamelled and jewelled bodies of butterflies. These ornaments have an arrangement at the Back which permits the ribbon wings of the Leolor of the gown. The demure maid who clings to her crimp less part and coils her hair very High on her head May thrust one of these butterflies in at the Back of the part and so relieve its severity. She May go further and fill Lier hair with very Small enamelled and jewelled Butterfly and Flower pins and so obtain an effect altogether japanese. Avail yourself of the Opportunity to visit your friends while Holiday rates Are in effect Between All stations Between Buffalo and Chicago on the line of the Nickel plate Road. Tickets on Sale december 24th, 23th, and bist 18%, and january 1st, Isik. A really Good Man is so Busy behaving himself and making his children do likewise that he has no time to bother about the morals of other Public sentiment powerfully restrains men from doing wrong but when they have done wrong sets itself As powerfully against Beecher. Give attention to the first symptoms of a lung complaint and Check the dreaded disease in its incipient by by using or. D. Jayne a expectorant a Safe old fashioned remedy for us affections of the lungs and bronchial. Tommy did scr have a Goon Luis Christmas Minnie Johnnie done to yer see Flat i did life. Cooper is mild to have written a the spy a in less than six months. Most of his stories were founded on legends Well in Usu in his neighbourhood. The most simple and Safe remedy for ii cough or Throat trouble in a Brown s bronchial they possess real done to have much to say about yourself. If you want to keep Clear of hypocrisy. A fair lady becomes still fairer by using that salutary it eau Tiller Glenn s Sulphur soap. Hills hair and whisker Dye Black or Brown. Otic. Impatience dries the blood than age or sorrow. Sooner i Isons cure for consumption is an especially Good Medicine for . M. It. Avert Jonesboro Texas May Lith 1801. She to herself a i like him he so intellectual. He to himself a i like her Ahorn a charming Little fool. Low rate Holiday excursion tickets Are sold by agents of the Nickel plate i old i Cei tier 24th, 25th, an i Hist 18%, Aud january 1st, 18%. Girls we love for what they Are Young men for what they prow Iao to . Room for it room Quot children of yesterday heirs of to Iuo Row lighten the labor and sweeten the sorrow. Now while the shuttles Fly faster Aud Fuster up Ami be at it at work with the master. Ii stands it your loom room for him room a children of yesterday heirs of tomorrow look it your fabric of labor and sorrow seamy and dark with despair anti disaster turn it and to the design of the Muster Tho i Birds at the loom. Room for him room Quot next lesson review. Optional lesson a Paul s last 2 Tim. 4 18 a new year lesson. look for them. Quot i can to remember where i put glasses Quot said Duncombe. A have you looked for them a asked or. Duncombe. A no but i will As soon As i find them a said Duncombe. A i can to see Well enough without them to look now.�?harper�?Ts Bazar. I King cold is it common complain _ impure and deficient blood and it often toads to serious troubles. The remedy is found in pars Rich blood Aud the one True blood purifier b cod s Sarsaparilla a Quot uni Etc Dill and i Waikiu Emily with Yuul Asar 1ioou it i is Miu. 2ft lie at la p in a Well misery loves Coli Pauy you know. She repressing a Yawn a not at this Bour i til free pres. Vhf cow Best Tough riyrup7tnf Uit Good. Use i la tuna. Boid by druggist.

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