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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 January 1910

7 •ms'Ab*-- —^f ~i '%/i^fri >"n i in ■;■ -[- it i GREAT LOVE STORIES = OF HISTORY c By ALBERT PAYSON TERHUNE DEAN SWIFT AND "STELLA" iCopjrritfbt fcy "Matrimony has many children. They are Kepentance, Discord, Had Temper. Loathing, etc." So wrote a crabbed, cynical clergy- man early In the seventeenth century. He was not the sort of man whom the average woman would be supposed to <are about. For ha was homely, and of awkward, slovenly aspect. His temper was savage; his satire lilt like •vitriol. He was not rich, nor of high birth He was a bully and lacked all that women most admire. Yet he Is the hero ot at least three farnouB love stories. The man was Jonathan Swift, dean of St. Patrick's. Dublin. His youth wan passed In poverty and struggle. His pen later won for him a deathlesH reputation as a satirist and enabled him to rule his fellows by fear and ridicule. He rose slowly from post to post In church and politics until he ^became dean of 8t. Patrick's, It was while Swift a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 January 1910

\ I / I 1 • * r-rKWitm TTTK i\ LTO II Kit A LI >1'^ T, K'CLURl, Ldiio: and Propr'etor annoucnements- I For Kcp (>. lov Blv: <"t ;r ^ .dilative i re 13. Terrell . * T. Bradford ' (Drcd) Martin i I" H'St V T'KH'L' Most tjfty man can serene- look nl full hand without change of countenance, but the real test comes when the stakes are high :>nd a peep reveals a bob-tail. When the book agent tried to •11 th" lady of the house a copy "Hhbit . of Savage Animals,' she told him she had been mar- ried three times and knew all .bout them. n For C '1 A For For (:,■ ill A ttonicy j. Gumti M v Clt-vk 1). Spinks II Powell i Jones Assessor K My hand Walter Iv, Sloan A. < . \V. Freeler 1' M Sewall Tax Collector D l! Siti,t> letriry Fj :it;'irt*i O. C. Looney intfiidei.t l'«:l• Penland DEEP WATER B1I.L ABOUT READY. lslr ti T We have made arrange- ments to have the greater por- tion ot the type lor we nlu set (jn a machine sonville until another printer. The I Ier- in Jack can secure ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 January 1910

SHP®tamk iyqyiw'wyj. Big Racket Store fir tT.hpilIariAA -La a ,1/ 15 o « n vj a b s « ^4 BEGINS AT ALTO, TEX AS At Nine O'clock Saturday Morning, January 22, 1910 AND CONTINUES OVER WEDNi:S!)AY, FEB. i •A Stupendous Merchanse Moving Event! 5 .i a*. i r I'NDl'RWI-AR SPECIAL This great sale^io r migh'y channel through which we send <i flood of fcorgatns into the; CHII.DPEN'S SHOES Mens underwear at abargain homes of the p:op!e of Alto and surrounding country. This is a sale instituted for the pur/ cent infant's shoe for 20c irr for men at i«; P°sc of declaring our supremacy as greater •value givers cr.d at the same time disposing of 6c co-it infmt'.- dir.. r™ • all winccr merchandise. We are unable even In an Jadvdrciscmcnt of a generous prorper,'*,' «'o children>'s shed for 35c roc " " " Ladies 50c Underwear Misses union suits for DRK^S CjOODS Calico special tions a3 this one po tell thclfull &tory of the amazing end stupendous ecomizing which willj '' be af jrded by this G...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 January 1910

t * . . Jf Vv. r'« : : j. §. n AND TOMMY GOT BIFF. Saving Time. The family was lo leave on the two o'clock train from Iiroud street station, bo the mother was all in a Hurry as she hurried the children in a certain West Philadelphia homo. "Now, children, get everything ready before luncheon," she said. "Don't leave everything until the last min- ute." And the children r.ald they wouldn't. Luncheon ended, tliey hurried into their wraps and started. In the hall the- mother paid: "Edward, you didn't brush your teeth." "Yes, ma'am, I did." "But you couldn't," she said, "you didn't have time. Why you just got up from the table." "I know that," said Edward; "but we were in such a hurry I brushed thorn before i ate."—Philadelphia Times. President Taft on Discontent. President Taft, in one of his ad- dresses to the farmers of Florence, N. C., told n story about discontent. "No man," be said, "can really un- derstand chronic discontent after hav- ing eaten one of those famous pine stews of N...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 January 1910

-iUS* r, * I IBBS38K>«MmiiC nMVMHHBBHHBMHHRHWi' TEXAS IMPROVEMENTS GET LITTLE MONEY CONGRESSMEN DISAPPOINTED- RIVERS AND HARBORS BILL UNSATISFACTORY. NO PROVISIONS FOR WORK Appropriations 8canty for Carrying Forward Work Already Under- taken—Pre ure Expected. Washington, Jan. 2G.—It will bo sev- eral days before the details of the rivers and harbors bill will be known. The bill Is of such un unsatisfactory character that tho makers of It are constantly looking for some new and dreaded pressure that will cause a change of totals and details. The following partial list of Itoms, as far as can be learned, shows the character of tho bill: Rockport, If board approves of pro- ject for channel to Aransas I'ass, $50.- 000. Corpus Chrlstl, If board approves project for channel to Aransas Pass, <100,000. \ Aransas Pass, for Jetties, Including dredging, $217,000. Trinity ltiver, new lock and dam, $275,000. Brazos Itlver.-Jiew lock and dam, $45,000. Red Elver, new Improvements, noth- ing....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 January 1910

WMMMMMfeK* l tMM$ Sr \ u 4 ■ 8* 4,iLi Cures Dacltacho Corrects Irrp(;ularitie3 Do not risk having Will cure any car>= of Kidney or Bladder Dic-ase not Brtfr'''; "i-m l-,r.,™d the reach of medicine. 'No medicine can do more. «t beyond the rcach of i\ir ;«nie ffv C>1 'INN •>* COA I <R. AlCo. T« « '[ lie Whit Slave Bill. ,c passage of the bill aim- age e 1 at breaking th ' Iridic in the I'nit nil occasion occa>i .satisfaction. meet with appr >val v. iute slave .1 State:; is a for much l will duiibtle i:-' p'oc there There disorder and trouble misery everywhere, are IVw worries of life THE LOVE OF A WOMAN. in taking n girl to a theatre or show and sending her valuable presents in hopes that he may eventually make her his wife, •iiul his neighbor spending the •-old he has saved trying to get a divorce. One man keeps a pistol to protect himself, while neighbor doesn't keep one TROUBLES OF HUMORIST Professional Laugh-Maker Had to Have •• Amanuensis a Man of Wood. Murk Twa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 February 1910

wmm ■Mtc Cbc Blto era mr VOLUMK X Cxt.'iW limunrv.. , 1801 ,at I lie Alio, Te«(>0 KifVo o*WWid< um ~tm i ~1 a e r At I ofConorrv*. flar. 1i v i i/t ALTO, TEXAS, FERIDAY FURUARY 4, 1910. N'uiiltHK 0 ,..^ Conceased Statement ot the-Condition of The Alto State Bank OF ALTO, TEXAS AT CI.OSi: < )F BU8DSHHS JANUARY ill, 1MO RESOURCES Loans 844.827 68 Advanced 011 cotton 12,512 97 Interest in guaranty fund* • • • • 300 00 Knrniture Uiid fixtures 1,833 30 CASH 20,825 7q $76,399 74 Li .1 ii.lTIES Capital • • • • jiio.ooo 00 Surplus 1 .boo 00 Undivided prwfii 525 29 Cashier's check.1- 229 64 DEPOSITS 64, 144 7J >76.399 7* MUSI DROP HUNTING PRI-j Stockholder' Meeting YiLEGE. A meeting of the stcckhold The Unitod States Official .crs of the A 0 State Bailk 11 ostal Guide lor January con-1 , ,, t iV „ . , i tains the following: 1 was hcld at U,e offlcc s a 1 d "Numerous complaints have.bank Saturday, January 29, | been received at this department |at 3 o'clock, with a large num. that...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 February 1910

.4 . h, he alto hekal the eternal feminine. CV> T. M. McCLURE, Prop Tl \ \- STEAMSHIP TIPPING. As a ship neiirs land after n trl| scross Hi*' Atlantic Inexperienced trav «lois art- always in a ferment iu re Kard to the proper tips to glvo theli various stewards. Of courso, one may give "liit one rlioosos, and, no matte* how small, the amount will never be (luestloned hy the recipient, though hi* looks may moan much. I may say, however, that It Is customary to give the tabic steward about three dollars Your bedroom steward should receive not less than two dollars, the steward that polishes your boots of a morning oni dollar, and your bath steward two dollars. In the very large boats In which there are lifts that run be- twren the K and A decks, saving you the climb of ilvo flights of stairs, hhould yum cabin happen on IC deck, It Ih now riistoniury to give a "pourbolre" to the boys who operate the cars. It Is advisable, by the way, to engage a position lor your deck chair ntid lnd...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 February 1910

l&r U or las 0. as Master MARIE "VAN'VORST PICTURES 6Y CMAS W.ROSSER COPYHIGHT. J905, JST'J BLIPPINCOTT Ca * "1 m CHAPTER Since Tempest had shut himself up 1n Craven he had added to rather than diminished hla popularity. He re- fused to be further lionized; either timid or wise In the white heat of his fame's flame, he ran away! Rather than watch his fame fall to ash, or fearful that Its tense heat would harm him? For neither reason. He was not thinking; of London, or hla public, lie was thinking of himself. In Craven, whilst immured, he was as well delightfully at large. The castle Itself was a prison, standing, as It did, 12 miles from any railway, dominating, as it did, the entire coun- ty of shire. Craven was a fortress /or the writer's hours of labor—a pleasure-garden for his leisure. But ■on this occasion he had not come to tt for the sympathetic atmosphere it ■extended to his work. Craven w« not to offer in this sojourn any of its aforetime tonic—nor was it demanded that ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 February 1910

■mammM o a n t s u o o 'J o 1] o b d c< k e< C( c: uj K tii r es eu "I fo wl fr< tio we \vc pic op op or dis an; wi! wo prt or. to < tre: Lis pili Hit, «f too i'.-v j.Ul 25c I. Kai OH fcOtl Uyi * suiy t rot ic.ti t in- tin- imp ttclM bl:id til is A spoj M nil-: ALTO 11 K11AIJ > T. M. M'CLURE, Editor anrl .I'ropr'plw annoucnements- T--WI Rci<: • •lii.ui'. (>ori;c I>. Terrell I'or Slici iff Geo. T. Bradford J,;. C. (Died) Martin Will Forest Miller Dial For Comity Jndge Frank Gibson For C'o'inty AttoriKy ]oh 11 1? Gunin for County Clerk K. 1). Spinks 1-1 II Powell 1\ S Jones foe <>. Snminers P< >r Tax Assessor A R Myliand Walu-r IC, Sloan A. O. W. 1 Frederick F M Sew.il i Tor Tax Colki 1 r D 1) Singietary i'or Treasurti <>, C. Looiu'v For Superintendent Piibk I;' Iv L Fenl.md . — ■ li' an obstacle to its progress, an obstacle which it will overcome, I ,n the overcoming of which it will spend energy that it needs in other tasks.—News. Unless you...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 February 1910

■MR Uh- \/ Local and Personal- Residence for rent. Apply to Sam Harrison. We still have bargains at tlie Racket store. The Hog-v. & Thomas I rick warehouse has been completed. Dr. McClure is erecting a neat four room cottage on Qual- ity Hill. Mi Phone us your order for groceries. W'e deliver the goo Is. Allen Grocery Co. Have buyer for for vendor's lien notes. Bring them in. C. M. Noell. Mesdams Price and Ellis, of Lufkin, spent Tuesday will, their brother, J. M. Burnett. Buy your groceries from the A 1 1 e 11 Grocery Company They sell them cheaper than any house in town. Low Quarter Shoes - Just received, a shipment. I will pay you to investigate. 1. Friedman & Co. The Patton & Dickey black- smith shop has been torn away, and a neat sheet iron building will be erected on the site. All weather prophets, includ- ing "Dutch" Blanton, predict that February will be the coldest ri'd roughest month of the year. HATS—Our spring line ot men's, boys' a n d children's hats have a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 February 1910

ioC-'Ji*," iQMS "■ y f if j WORTH KNOWING. Simple Remedy That Anyone Can Pre- pare at Home. Most people arc inoro or loss sul>- Joct (o coughs and colds. A Klinplo romody that will break tip a cold quickly and cure any cough that Ik curalilc in made by mixing two ounces or (il)Ti'rlnu, a lialf-ounce of Virgin Oil of Pine compound pure and eight ounces of pure Whisky. You can get those In any good drug store and eas- ily mix them in a large bottle. The mixture is highly recommended by the l.cac h Ohomleal Co. of Cincinnati, who prepare the genuine Virgin Oil of Pine compound pure for dispensing. . "Potter's Field" for Beggars It is not because the beggar fails to make money that lie finally lands In I lie potter's field. Any good, indus- trious beggar," says Mr. Fuxbes, "can und does make a great deal more money than the average workingman.' Hut the trend of the beggar is down ward, and in the end he is pretty sure to become a hopeless wreck and a derelict, At.I.UN'S 1,11,NO IIA I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 February 1910

jwm sb IT IS NOW BELIEVED PARIS CRISIS IS OVER SPIRIT OF PARISIANS RI8INQ AS WATERS OF THE SEINE FALL. RELIEF WORK PROGRESSING Speedy Disinfection Ordered—Plans to Prevent Repetition of Flood Discussed. Paris, Feb. 1.—The improvement In (be general situation continues and the spirits of Paris ure rising as the waters fall. The street hawkers are selling post acrd pictures of the Hood and the boulevards are once more gay with rejoicing thousands. With the crisis past, the mercurial French temperament faces the subsid- iary troubles with a light heart, but the papers already are sounding a note of warning that the lesson must not be taken to avoid repetition of the dis- aster. This can bo done by the con- struction of a cut-oft either In the way of a canal or a large underground cou- duit around Paris. The Prefect of the Department of the Seine hus Issued Instructions to the owners of flooded houses to clean and disinfect their premises to the sat- isfaction of the municipal architect...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 February 1910

Sir M Joct rem qul«' cura of C OH Oil lit tbos lly i mi x I the who Pino l(. mak the trim and ■noli Hill wnr< in I dere wllld iMtrti c II i> tr Ti from S % i WA Ic A II Ol fo j CI Kk cc y in Ti el A it ll< U n« •O K>~ *r> niW «d. . |4>I 111' , lint r i\ •ox frtl ,.ki .1 Cures Bilious icss, Sick Hcadache, So ir Stom- ach, Torpid L:vcr and Chronic Constipation. Pleurani in ii\iio Laxative 3 CM tho pir, • c,« th« system ■ ly nod clears i :i?xion8 of blotches. 1i 4* t .,«■<? cintaed I'or Suit ff.v Dl'lIVfN1 •* COAT*. Alto. HIE FAUM OF THE FUTURE cotton and corn. The more co - ton we have, of course the more money in the fall,—when the price is right. The more corn we have the less will have to be bought, and the nearer that thing ol living at home will bt realized, i'lant them both, but i'or the good of the future,plani viiru g-cod hoog:, and more let itufl"; s >me good cows and lo if pouliry; some good horsi iiul plei.ty of the things to savi. buying n paper sac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 February 1910

u,he Volume X iSdem" lonuoiv^ j, 1901 ,ol llw> *no, Texai'oilof'ic* os Vvondduis rial 1 nottcf Ar lof Coojrevv- narcti.1. II/* ALTO, TEXAS, FERIDAY. FBRUARY n. t9io NUMBKK 10 —— "'the homs bank' THE AtTO ,STATE RANK CAPITAL. SURPLUS |O.OOO.IH> 1 ,50 .00 Farmers, Take Notice Wafchotnis space every weeJf, as we arc going to offer you some nice prizes between now end the 15th of April, Our gifts will be something worth *>av'r-C —r M C Parrish, Pres. M E McClurc, Vice Pres. T D Miller, Cashier The non'interest bcasing and unsecured deposits of this bankare protected by the State Bank Guaranty Fund The Awakning Oridnt. j India, nil away from their own Robert E. Speer o f New lands studying the principles York, writing in the interest of the Lawmen's Missionary / Movement, has recently writ- ten a most interesting and in- structive pamphlet with the above title. Apart from the information it gives, which is so much needed just now when the work of the laymen is claming large a sh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 February 1910

Mb Stir Ni Ject roii quit run of I Oil oun tliot ily mix the who Pint it mal i ho trio anil I1IOI llul war to don will c born It a li Tl Iron / I V n I At A H OJ ic\ CI hy c< l> ni T el A it L 11 Fo O hsTO jrean mail Ht«l liMc Min for b Iftox PJ Writ We 1 pk; ! M I V RO 218 THE ALTO HERALD ' T M. McCLURE, Proprietor ALTO, - - - - TEX AH This Is u merry old orld, after all. class of We all belong now to the 1810. Conserve also the coal you hare In the basement. Edward Is In n fnlr way to become Uncle to all the kingdoms of Europe. Chicago policemen are much strnlghter than they Old. shooting formerly A short weight roal firm has been fined $100. Even giving short weight Is not all prollt. GOOD NEWS EPITOMIZED HAPPENINGS OP UNUSUAL IN- TEREST TO OUR READERS, IN READABLE SHAPE BOTH FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC If It Was of Sufficient Importanee You Will Find It Recorded Here. WASHINGTON NEWS Another sliuk< up In the Texas Items Fire at Howe caused it ioi.s of $.'0,000 In the business ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 February 1910

fai K w I jM': ifll tejB I m Master ]"1ARIE VMM'VORST PICTURES BY CriAS W.ROSSEFI ^opyriear. jsos, xvj.b.uppwcott co CHAPTER I. Since Tempest bad shut himself up In Craven he had added to rather than diminished his popularity. Me re- fused to be further lionized; either timid or wine In the white heat of his fames flame, he ran away! Rather than watch hlB fame fall to ash, or fearful that Its tense heat would harm him? For neither reason. He was not thinking of Ix>ndon, or hla public, be was thinking of himself. In Craven, whilst Immured, he was as well delightfully at large. The rattle Itself was a prison, standing, as It did, 12 miles from nny railway, dominating, aa It did, the entire coun- ty of ——shire. Craven was a fortress for the writer's hours of labor—a pleasure-garden for bis leisure. Hut on this occasion he bad not come to It for the sympathetic atmosphero It extended to his work. Craven was not to offer In this aojourn any of Its •foretime tonic—nor was It demanded t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 February 1910

F A. hat yr* null t'fMl lib ilhli «xlr for Itoi Pi Wri W« jp } ' ' \ • i 1 RC 2I< trr ma M- 'm THE ALTO 11 F.HAM) )0\v the publishers their error ABOUT THE NEW BOLL acknowledge their own error. WEEVIL APPROI'KIA I ION. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year . I fix Mouths All subscriptions arc payable i advauce. No name w i d .or. 01 i'. e controversy results from .'i recommendation i .> t'.io presi- dent to raise the mail rate on ugazines. A belief ( • n r* '*■> presumbly, upon the that individual effort rather than a greater number of experimental or demonstration farms is necessary in the fight against the boll weevil in the the appointment. ANNOUCNEMENTS- .Per Rcpresei it alive Grorgc 15. Terrell >'oi S!u i;If Geo T. Bradford K. C I Di ed) Martin Will Forest Millet Dial ?or County J edge Frank Gibson For County Attorney John 15. Guinu For Comty Clerk K, D. Spinks 11 II Powell K S Jones Joe t'. Summers For Tax Assess ir A Myhund Walter K, Sloan A. O. \V. Frederick F M St wall Fo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 February 1910

f i&r\ Local and Personal- One store house and stock of gouls tor sale. C. M. NoEM„ Ju.-tice court will bold us regular monthly stance t o- day. Judge R. McClure spent Tuesdry in Rusk on legal bus- iness. Good horse for sale. Apply to R. A. Brack at Berryman & Watters'. Farmer's Union Speaking Hon. Thomas M. Walton wlil speak in the interests of the T inkers Union at the ful- . >wiug date* and places : Shiloh, Friday, Feb 11,7 o'clock p. 111. Camp Ground Saturday, Feb. 12, 7 o'clock p. m. Cold Springs, Monday Feb. 14. 7 o'clock p. 111. Forrest, Tuesday, Feb. 15, If yon want the best and 7 o,clock p. ui. freshest In groceries get tlieiu Primrose, Wednesday, Feb. 16, 7 o'clock p. 111. Sand Flat, Thursday, Feb. 17.7 P- ">• Mt. Zion, Friday, Feb. 18, 7 o'clock p. 111. Atoy, Saturday, Feb. 19, 7 o'clock p. 111. Grange Hall, Tuesday, Feb. 22, 11 a'clock a. 111. The meeting will be open to the public and everybody is invited to attend aud join this great organization for the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 February 1910

I f 1/ a I, nawra FOCR NAME, CUT GOOD JOKE Edltor-to Be Could Not Accept the One, Although He Appreciated the Other, The hero of this sketch was about Starting a paper In a long felt-want neighborhood. He was a real hero, too, for only those of heroic mold ever undertake a thing like that. He hud everything In pretty fair shape, ex- cept the name, nnd that he took home *s-lth him to his wife. They had had • iperlence In naming several lapfnU of babies, and ho thought she might Vender valuable assistance on this oc- casion After supper was over and the things cleared away, they got at 1't, and In a very few minutes she came tip with what she thought was Just j the thing In newspaper nomenclature. "1'vo got It," she exclaimed, en- thusiastically. "What Is IIT" he Inquired. "'The Item,," she told him, with conscious pride In her effort. 1 hat i the very thing." "Pshaw," said he. "that Isn't any kind of a name." "What's the matter with It?" she pouted "Well, to begin with, It. Is not ge...

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