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things at the best. I am going down to here, and I told him how poor Minnie
DERVISH POWER BROKEN.
Mrs. Willey's to bid the children good- and her children were. He gave me
It Is very eomfortiu’
by. Will you go along with me?”
money for them, but lib refused to see Engliah Arma Gain a Distinct Tri*
.When your hair is gettln’ thin,
liinpli in the Soudan.
“We were going there, too,” they her. He has never seen her since; but
And the crow feet in your eyes have said. And so the trio moved ou to
The defeat of the Dervish forces in
every year, when her busband goes to
come to stay,
gether. The good-bys were Just as Washington and she comes back here the Soudan and the killing of their
Jitd t«f>i»< 1 her little band
merry and frank as everything else with her little ones, Ken gives me leader. Khalifa Abdullah, will to many
ftl.’o .•.hid' buck each »liver strand,
the gay bachelor had a hand In, money to see that she Is well cared for be the first intimation that Great Brit
and soon he went away, with many through the winter, and he goes away, ain is simultaneously waging two wars
In Africa. The war in the Soudan be
•Jit dear, it seems as tbo’
kind wishes following him.
that he may not see her f.i<'«.”
Ever. y tear you live you grow
As lie passed out of sight, turning at
The two girls were weeping quietly gan over three years ago, wiien Gen.
!i idnomer tliuu in the olden days;’’
the last instant to throw kisses to the as the lady ceased to speak and Fan- Kitchener led a strong Anglo-Egyptian
we think more rust out. or rot out, than
t’tiei you look tip at your wife
children, Mabel Ray, one of the girls nle, clasping Mabel's hand, vhlspcred force down the Nile to Khartoum. At
are worn out, and the purchase of new
And you think in all your life
Omdurman in September, 1808, he
who had been talking of him, said, dis softly:
ones to replace them is a considerable
ivu never heard a sweeter word of
contentedly, to his sister:
"He has a heart.”
tax upon the farmers whose lack of
"Yes, he has,” said Mabel, Ht.fling a tacked them. The Arabs fought with
“1 don’t see what he wants to go
care allows them to do so.
the fanatical fury that lias ever char
away for; I should think he might stay quick little sob in her throat.
But tlie tear drops will arise
She did not guess why Mrs. M ’.Iley acterized them and in solid masses ad
Care of Tools.
here all the time—I don’t think be
To your dim old failin' eyes,
There ought to be a society for the
Aud you kiss tlie gentle hand, still white minds the cold.”
had told them this story.—New ïork vanced to the muzzels’of the British
prevention of cruel and abusive use of
"No,” said his sister; “he doesn't News.
slaughter was terrific. Over 10,000 of
While you try to tell her how
farming tools and machinery. When
mind the cold, It is true, because he has
Tou loved her then—you love her now,
them perished on the field of battle and
we see mowing machines and reapers
been accustomed to it since childhood."
tut hie < rue if the words will couie at
the remnant under the Khalifa made
sheltered In winter under apple tree«,
"Then what does he go for?” pleaded
Since then the
plows and harrows In fence corners,
the girl. And the lady, drawing her Wail of a Bachelor Who la Partlculni good their retreat.
For just then there comes to you
Home for Winter Brooders.
About Traveling Companions.
and other tools just where the owner
work basket nearer her. said:
The trials she's gone thro’.
The Innovation of a nursery car upon '.ae struggle that they knew was to
left them when he used them last, we
“1 wonder if you two girls would like
And borne without a murmur for your
well adapted to the use of winter-brood
me to tell you a story. I will send the our railways—or, at any rate, ui»ou the follow and the British, too, in a leis ing bens. It consists of a partly under feel Indignant, says tlie American Cul
Ton ran only bow your head
children out to play and we will have long-distance trains—would be an in urely way made necessary prepara ground basement, over which a double tivator. We know that it helps to make
stitution hailed with delight by all men tions. Lines of railroad were extended,
At the loviu' things she's said.
trade good for the manufacturer, and
a quiet time by ourselves.”
bridges built nnd a government organ sloping roof is placed with glass on the gives employment to many men who
While your poor old heart will only ache
The girls signifying their delighted and most women.
How many men who do not them ized In the region so long terrorized by
nssent, nestled down In the sunshine to
part of the house, which is built up of I must supply new tools in place of those
selves smoke invariably travel lu a the Khalifa and Ills predecessor, the
stone concrete—or If of wood, the walls rusted and broken, but we know that
Bet he knows v. bat all« you tin n,
“It is all about brother Ben.” the smoking carriage because there they Mahdi.
doubled and the sash doubled, with before the new ones are bought many a
And she kisses iou again,
The battle In which the Khalifa per
feel more secure from an Invasion of
While you h<-»r her gently whisper, sweet lady said, half apologetically. And the
space of four inches between, horse will work harder on these ma
children and babies than In any other ished was fought Nov. 24, near Gedil,
chines than he would have needed to If
girls, like two children, answered:
a town south of Khartoum. The Brit artificial heat will not be needed, except they had been properly cared for, and
"Oh, goody! we want to know so part of the train.
“Life has brought more hopes than fears,
Babies form a class entirely by them ish advance was led by Gen. F. R. and nights In the winter. For these. men and boys must work harder as well
We have known more smiles than tears, much about him.”
And the years seem ever brighter as they
and do less effective work. Some tools
“Fanny says be has no heart,” said selves in the category of unpleasant Wingate, commanding the Anglo-Egyp
we know are not sheltered because the
Mabel, “but I tell her he lias a merry traveling companions, and there are tian forces. The Dervishes fought stub
Yes, Tis i-o<ufort:n’. yon know,
owner has not roof enough to cover all
soul and lots of courage, and that is probably few who at some time lu their bornly and were mowed down in
W1 m - u .tour step is get till’ flow
that he owns, but in more cases ft is but
lives have not had experience of the masses by the machine guns.
And you're sliiliu' down life's hill nearly as good, Isn't It?”
Khalifa, with many of his leaders, fell
the result of carelessness. This is one
with his face to the enemy and then
the leaks on the farm that prevent
Ju.-t to feel lie;- little band
the stream of prosperity from '.filling
"Well, let me tell you my story, and ple on your toes and deposit luscious, those of the Dervishes that remained
8m<<othin' back en b silver strand,
the fat mer’s po' kets and building up ais
While -lie tells vou that she’ll love you to then you shall Judge for yourselves lialf-suckcd gobs of taffy on your surrendered.
Tills effectually breaks the Dervish
bank account. Try to have them all
trousers In their endeavors to reach the
whether he has any heart.
housed before winter, and before sprlnji
»—Los Angelin Herald.
“Twenty years ago Ben was a boy, window to put their heads out, whence
HOUSE FOR WINTER BUOüDaK.s,
conies have them overhauled and
counting his first score of years on they are promptly hauled back by anx
life's great dial, and no happier, more ious mothers or nurses, ami cry; or the
sufficient warmth may be secured by cleaned, iron work oiled, wood painted
light-hearted, thoughtless fellow never babies in arms who placidly assimilate
means of an oil stove or a panful of red- and every part In working order to be
lived. He was kind to everybody and milk from a bottle, until a Jolt of the
hot wood or coal set on the floor. The gin with the next season.
made friends everywhere. You remem train makes them choke, hav.ng at that
shutters shown on the front will make
Whitewash for Dairy Walls.
ber the old house down In the hollow, moment more nourishment than they
a good protection during stormy weath
Farm and Home of Loudon, England,
surrounded with great elm trees and can possibly deal with; or the inquiring
er when the winds are blowing cold. In
gives the following recipe for a white-
wide, green fields. It was Squire Mars child who plays with the hinges of the
the front is a small entrance door which
I wash, which If well put on would serve
E has tto heart.”
is kept closed when not in use, and the
den's old place then, and there was door until tlie guard slams it; or tlie
I m I
"Who? Ben Trisbee? Well,
on dairy' walls or even inside the
main door Is on the further end oppo
not a handsomer residence in town. He child who is perpetually feeding, and
house: Soak a quarter of a pound of
perhaps not,sentimentally speak had but one daughter, you know—Min throughout the journey sits in a semi-
site the ventilator In the front gable.
ing; but, then, lie is merry and fond nie Marsden, a pretty girl, sweet tem torpid sa e seeking o anges, to ill-
The house faces the south and the lower glue over night In tepid water,
•f society and has lots of courage and 1 pered, childlike and a fleet Iona te. She pervading odor of which tills tlie car
part is five feet deep from the level of next day put it into a tin vessel with
expect that Is nearly as good as a heart and Ben had been school children to riage.
the ground. This kind of a house Is In a quart of water, set the vessel inside
to t ike one along in tlie world. He is gether, nnd perfectly devoted to each
use on several large poultry farms dur- a kettle of water over the fire, keep
Babies are all very well, but a baby
it there till It boils, and then stir un
always ready to speak aoute pleasant other ever since they could go alone. In a railway carriage, like a bull in a
Ing the winters.
til the glue is completely dissolved.
words to drive the blues awuy and They grew up and entered society china shop, is out of place.—Cincinnati
Feeding Crops at Home.
Next put from six to eight pounds of
aialw life brighter for those uliout here, and their love for each other was Enquirer.
Edward Atkinson has advised
Paris white luto auother vessel, add
as much a recognized fact as that of
farmers to compress their cornstalks hot water, and stir until it has the ap
“Do you know bow old he Is?”
Til • Electric Cat.
any married couple In the place. I
into bales for market as they do their pearance of milk of lime. Add the
“Well, he looks nlsmt 26, but mother think Ben would have died for her any
Some of the French newspapers have
bay. A writer in the New York Trib sizing, stir well, and apply in the ordi
declares she used to go to school with hour, so perfect and self-forgetting was been telling about the new method of
une suggests that they had better com nary way while still warm. Except on
him lung ago mid tliut lie mu»t be at Ids devotion. But when he was 22 and whipping men which lias Just been in
press their hay, stalks and grain into I very dark walls a siugle coat is stitti-
she 18, and they the prettiest couple troduced experimentally iu some of the civilization the long-lost province of milk and market them in that form.
cleut. It is nearly equal In brilliancy
“Why, it Is not possible!”
you ever saw together, there came a penitentiaries and colonies of France. Egypt.
But cannot that be improved upon? to zine white (a far more expensive ar-
Tlie Khalifa was the successor of the
“One would not think so to look nt stranger to this place—a handsome, The instrument bears the pleasing
Why not compress the milk into butter tide). Paris white is sulphate of
him, it Is true to
stylish man, with plenty of airs and name of “The Electric Cat,” and false prophet, the Mahdi, who, in 1882 and cheese, and the balance of the fod
baryta, and may be obtained at all
mustache anil the
graces that be had brought from far- l'Electriclen expresses the scientific overthrew the Egyptian power in the der and grain into beef, pork and mut
coming mid going In his fair face; but a,va.v New York, and seemed delighted opinion that it is a great improvement Soudan. He was the chief lieutenant ton, or good, well-trained young horses? shops.
tlieco Is liis sister, Mrs. Willey she to make an exhibition of iu our little upon the Russian knout and tlie eat o’ of the Mahdi who took part in the Then they would be selling less of the
must be neatly 16. I have wondered seaport town. He came upon official nine tails which it says “still unfor storming of Khartoum, when Chinese fertility of the farm, and more of their
We are not prepared to assert that
Sometimes If It did not mnke lilm feel business something connected with tunately figure in many penal colonies Gordon fell. After the Mahdi’s death labor and skill, and paying less tribute yellow corn is more valuable for feed
«Id to have her children calliug him (lie custom house- and did not hesitate and in the penitentiaries of so-called the Khalifa Abdullah succeeded him.
to the railroads and other transporta ing purposes than white corn, but we
Abdullah was a man without mercy. tion companies. When It takes the price
to announce as frequently as possible civilized States.”
believe that Northern yellow corn is
“Ills sisters nil worship him.”
The method of this new whipping
of a bushel of grain or of two bushels better than Southern white corn of the
that he wns American consul some
“Yes, and well they may, for h
where, had been appointed and approv machine is very simple and business quarter” at the storming of Khartoum as it did a few years ago to pay for same year's harvest. It may be because
as the old Seotehman says, 'O'er
ed by high official authority and was to like. The culprit who has been sen and who subsequently authorized the carrying another bushel to the con of more thorough ripening, but wo
<0 tlieui.’ ”
leave soon on a brilliant lour that was fenced to undergo tlie lash is tied to a wholesale massacre of women and chil sumer, or when the farmer can get for think the fact has been proven both by
“And yet you think he has no heart?" to bring him much fume and honor, not post in the usual manner. Behind li I tn dren. Without any reason but his mere his hay but one-half what the consumer analysis and by feeding tests. This has
“Well, 1 mean that lie never loved to speak of wealth, which was a sec is a wheel, driven by an electric ino- whim he caused the death of thou has to pay. he should look about to see been used as an argument to persuade
anybody, and never could love anybody ondary consideration to him.
tor, which goes round and round with sands of people. lie was as licentious how he can compress his products Into Northern farmers to grow their own
•lore titan live minutes at a time.”
velocity that is unpleasant for the as he was cruel, and Ills passing is a packages of less weight and bulk, that corn, which we think they can afford to
"Squire Marsden was Immensely flat
They were two girls walking along
The velocity may lie regulat distinct gain to the future of civiliza he may receive more of the proceeds for do, even if it is not better than South
tered by the attentions this magnifi
the street of a pretty New England vil
It, and the railroads less. And when he ern. if the farmer has light, warm land,
according to the severity tion in northern Africa.
cent minister plenipotentiary paid to
lage Htid earnestly discussing one of
finds that of every dollar he receives for easily cultivated, and plenty of help to
his pretty daughter, aud when the of tlie trouncing to be administered.
Angling for Anchors,
products one-half must go to restore work it at a fair rate of wages. Of
the lights of society lu tlie quiet place.
man, perfectly Infatuated, asked for Attached to one of the spokes is a whip
There are many extraordinary ways to the soil that which the crop has takeu course the gardener uear a large city
Even while they talked, wiien his name
her hand in marriage, that she might
of gaining a livelihood practiced in from it, he should look to see if he can can grow crops more profitable, and he
. bail scarcely loft their lips, he Joined
accompany him on his wonderful tour, the culprit is placed at such an angle
New York, but the queerest of all Is the not manage to retain at home some of could not aft'ord to grow field corn on
them, tills same llglit hearted bachelor,
the old man gave him bis blessing and witli reference to the Instrument of
occupation of diagging for lost anchors. the nitrogen, potnsli and phosphoric land that is assessed at a valuation of
tile exlalein e of whose heart was so
sanction nt once.
At least six sloops and schooners are acid that he is sending away, and ivhich $1,000 or $2,000 per acre, nor to employ
problematical to the seullmental young
“He declared Ben had never said around it nips him squarely on the
almost exclusively in this he replaces from <he mines of Chile, labor at $2 a day to work it. To pay
anything to him about marrying Ids back.
' to >d morulng. girls," lie said, cheer
It is claimed for the new Invention trade, and the anchor hunters are as Germany and South Carolina.
such taxes and labor cost he needs eith
daughter, and 1 think it quite possible
ily "Y ou always look like a pink and
famll ar with the ground w h re anchors
er two or three crops a year from his
that lie never had, for they had taken that it dispenses justice impartially
a i'litteri tip. What wonderful subject
are likely to be found in the bays and
land, or a crop that will yield $500 or
everything so much as a matter of and equally. It has no animus against
are you discussing now?”
rivers along the coast, and even In the
more per acre.—American Cultivator.
course that they probably had not the prisoner, its blows are given with
One girl blUHlmd ami hesitated, ami
o|>en sea, as the fisherman is with tlie
paused to put It In formal words, think equal Intensity and it better fulfills the
the o'her. more frank and fearless,
BlindfoldiiiK an Animal.
favorite hunts of the living inhabit
ing that It was sufficiently well under idea of even-handed Justice than man
try with a view of selling it here for fer
Breechy cattle are often forced to car
■sill, bravely: "We were talking of
ual flogging, which Is likely to dlstrlli- ants of the sea.
stood without such formality.
tilizing. It is said to show an analysis ry a heavy board blinder upon their
The method pursued in flslrng for of about 17 per cent, of insoluble phos
"So when the old mail told Minnie ute penalties very unevenly.—New
"Of me? Welt, that Is flattering, 1
anchors is very simple. A chain Is let phoric acid, nearly 2*^ per cent, potash heads—the weight and dialing of thia
being au unneces
gee’:'!--. W.ts It some shortcoming of what he expected of her she looked at
down in a loop long enough to drag and less than 1 per cent, of nitrogen.
him In amazement, 1 think the girl
sary piece of cruel
Biltw, some sin I have recently commit
This would be 840 pounds of Insoluble
was flattered by the stranger's atten-
House hunting is not a very pleasant
ty. Use a bit of
lions, but she linil not thought that occupation even at the best of times, tinues ou her way, with all bauds ou phosphoric acid, valued by experiment
canvas cut and fl‘-
“No; but we wondered why, when
anything could possibly interfere with and a bright and clever young woman
you are always so kindly and pleasant,
her love for Ben, and she bad no has lilt upon the novel way of Increas the "bite" generally results in a catch. ton. The 48 pounds of potash at 4’-_.
that you have no heart ”
cents would lie $2.16, and 20 pounds
thought of giving him up.
with rings V slip
ing her Income by relieving ladle« in sold again at 5 or 6 cents a pound. Five
The man laughed gayly
nitrogen at 15^ cents would be $3.10.
"But Ben was proud and sensitive, search of new habitations of this dis cetits is now the prevailing price, as
over the hor am!
"It. It the universal verdict that 1
This would show a possible valuation of
lie knew that Squire Marsden was agreeable but very necessary work. The
a strap to fasten beneath the Jal1 Let
no huHrt?” he
that Is Just one cent under the market about $11.50 per ton at old rates, but we
Ami the >xlrl rtiiMwervd: “1 gupHH so. wealthy and wns Inclined to look down difficulty which she herself experienced price for new auchors. A big anchor think prices now are a little lower. We the rings slip on the horns far mugh
I hnv»‘ heard
lu*anl It said ii n good many u(Hiu his poorer neighbors; still he had lu ms'klng the desired kind of domicile will weigh 5.1XM) or 6.(MX) pounds; thus doubt, too. If it can be taken out so free so the cloth will not easily cor °®.—
'ys. a ml I Itnve never beard anyone put up with this, ns he could, for Mln- is said to have given her the Idea. She tlie anchor fisherman makes a gross from soil or other poorer material that American Agriculturist
tile's sake; but now, wlien the old man makes arrangements with the real es
—— atrndict the fact.”
profit ou liis haul of from $250 to $300. a cargo would analyze as high as the
Value of Ensilage.
Il<- laughed again such a merry. came and told him that but for him tate agent« ami hunts houses on com But more often the anchor recovered samples sent, and It would scarcely pay
Ensilage should not cost « farmer
Mlnuie could make a brilliant match mission. Resides, she receives a fee of
heartsome laugh—and said:
weighs from 1,000 to 2.000 pounds. the cost of Importation unless sold high over $1 a ton. and fifty pour1 a ‘Jay is
“Wall. well, chickens, it Is a lack and be received In foreign courts ns $2 from the family for whom she finds Nevertheless, there Is said to be a good er than $12 a ton when bagged. Farm
a large ration for a cow. ?ls is forty
the house. All that is necessary is to
that tn> one would ever accuse you of:
ers would do better to grow nitrogen in ration« per ton. at 2>i cent per ration,
profit lu the business, even at that.
• > sec that your liearts do not lead Ben made up his mind In an lnstaut give her explicit Instructions as to what
clover, cow peas or other nitrogenous and hence will provide r one cow
and expressed it, accordingly.
Is required, and if such a place is to be
>«u astray, that la all.”
crops, and buy potash as muriate and forty days. There is no od that can
A Racy Rejoinder.
‘Minnie Is the dearest thing on found within the limits of the stipulated
With a uierry smile be raised his hat
Recently an eye glassed young gentle phosphoric acid In acid phosphate. In be produced at a lower st. The en
heaven area she tlnds It.
man. accompanied by a atydsli feminine which It Is soluble. One hundred pounds silage is not of Itself a miplete food,
“I must f teli ” you good by as well as knows I will never stand In the way
was promenading Blackpool of muriate of potash contains 50 to 52 as the best results are -‘rived, when
General Lee’s Modesty.
good morning, for
' • ! am going nway of her happiness.’ And so. with one
a man with asses accosted pounds, or more than is In a ton of the grain and hay are also lifted: but it
brief farewell, he left her.
A month or so after his surrender
Porto Rican deposit, and a ton of add cheapens the cost of tbw'hole and pro
’ Oh, please, Mr. Tri »bee." said one
phosphate should haveabout 260pounds vides a succulent foopo winter, when
at the girls, deprecatlngly, "don’t go heard liliu talking with her in tones his home In Powhatan County, Vir
tlie lady. Nice time of soluble phosphoric acid, worth about there Is a change froegrass to the reg
away so early
Why do you always that he tried vainly to make calm and ginia. which served also as the post- keys for you an'
6 cents a pound, or more than twice as ulation dry ration of iuter.
keHVv us with the summer. as though firm. I knew that with Minnie Mars offlee. Everybody In the town was In for a rlile. sir.”
much as the 340 pounds of Insoluble
“Ah—get away; Pin—er—not used tc
you were such a warm weather bird den he gave up all hope for the future. stantly eager to see him, and In a few
1 saw him hold her In his arms for one moments the store wns crowded. The
A naturalist foi** that black ants
yon could not bear the frost?"
were devouring tt-skins of some bird
“I did not suppose you missed me,” minute, and then ah. well. 1 ought not General was talking with the proprie
New Machinery and Tools.
Much to the Jobunie's and his fait
to talk of tills to you, girls; but Beu tor about crops and other matters, and
specimens on a ta’*. so he made tar cir
be said, liowing.
"Hut we do miss you.” persisted the went away and soon afterward Mlnuie appeared utterly unconscious of the fact companion's amusement, the Jackass iron and steel cost more than they did cles on four pie's of paper, and put
that the gathering of the residents was owner instantly retorted:
girl, blushing, “and we like to liav« you was married.
a year ago. and that wages have ad one under each K of the table. Ants
“I wns afeeard so, mister; but nevet
"if her bright dream of pride and due solely to his presence. Suddenly
vanced. while the larger crops of this will not cross ta Pretty soon he found
"I banks, many thanks. I am sure wealth and foreign courts was ever he realized that everybody was watch mind, my mate'll tlx yer up. ’E owns year, having supplied Western farmers the ants busll at work again, and,
(To boy.) 'Ere,
your gentle and grat eful spprecl.itloti realized there was certainly no evi ing him and modestly said: “But I see the 'obby-'osses.
with money, will make the demand looking at the ar circles, found each
«ottltf tempt me to stay, if anything dence of It In the pale, sad face she I am keeping you from your many cus Jimmy, show Tod Shuin to Bill Beres better for agricultural machinery and one was brldgl by bits of sand, which
could, but I must leave, all the aime; brought back to our native village tomers. Pardon me!” and at once with ford's merry-go-rouud!”—I.ondon An tools. Prices are likely to advance ac the clever an' b»d brought In from the
•o good-by, am! don't forget me. I will scarcely a year later. She went home drew. Ladle«' Home Journal.
cordingly. and those who will need street.________
he hack early In the spring, ready for to her father's with her husband. He
"It Is very seldom.” said Hamlet them next spring will do well to do Protecting »»!« Trees from Rabbit*
He Proposed Aga n.
another campaign Which shall It be proved to lie an Idle, speculative man.
Put an ol cloth mitten ou one band;
"She refused him, as she thought that Horatio Jones, “that we are permitted their buying early. Those who have
—tnountalu or sea shore ?"
his head always full of some great plan
those which served their purpose well take a bop'f axle grease In the other
he would propose again.”
The girls were l>otb looking grieved — some magnificent prospect— soon to
» »ttle grease on th«
ambitious In youth. I always wanted this year should bouse them, clean and hand. TWt
“And dl>’ be?”
be realized. He Involves! the old man
repair them to try to make them just mitten ar rub up and down the tre«
“Oh, yes. But It was to another to be a comedian and make people
"Olk text summer 1« so long to watt,” In speculations that took his broad
laugh.” “Dear me." said the eympa- as good as new, Instead of neglecting till you ft • "’tie all over as high aa
•ahi no<of tb«ui. “W
t you stay acres to liquidate, and then he diet!,
reach. Do not put too
thetlc young girl, "yon ought not to lx them only to find next year that the the rabb»
leaving Minnie no home and no for
here no wF
Poverty would soon be an unknown disappointed. I'm sure you make peo weather has rendered them un«ervlce- much <» Just a little all over. Don’t
q nan tit] If men could dispose of their ple laugh verT often aa it la."—Btrey able. There is no economy In using a be afrrl to use it for fear of hurting
“imuT t.«k for re**’®''
poor or a worn out tool or machine, but the trr*-
“It was then that Ben cam« bau'. •tyacisf » at coat.
IT IS VE RV COMFORTIN'.
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