Posted by Courier Editors on September 25, 1998 at 14:57:05:
In Reply to: To the Courier Editors - What the Bees Beeheld posted by The Bee Holder on September 25, 1998 at 09:53:15:
: Can This Bee and May Bee have returned from the Iroquois camp. The buzz is that the Iroquois have been joined by a tribe of Hurons. The Iroquois want She, etc. to lead them to La Longue Carabine. The Hurons want to trade prisoner scalps to the French, Dutch and English traders for goods.
: She, etc. is kept in a wigwam in the center of the camp and guarded by the sister of the great warrior Goat Foot. The other prisoners roam the camp at will. They do not attemp to escape. They know about Huron Harpies.
: Can Bee is awed. He says there are too many warriors. May Bee is hopeful. He says "Divide and Conquer".
: Do you wish a bee to carry a message to your reporter?
: Brother of the Sagamore
: The Bee Holder
Dear Bee Holder,
We are Bee side ourselves trying to Bee-lieve this fantastic tale. Hurons have Bee-friended their traditional enemies, the Iroquois? Un-Bee-lievable! Yet, your news that She's capture was a well planned, non-Bee-nevolent scheme to learn the whereabouts of La Longue CaraBeene makes sense. It Bee-hooves us to distrust you. We do Bee-lieve you, Bee Holder.
The message to She-etc: "Bee-ware the Huron Harpies who may Bee within the Iroquois village. Do not Bee-friend the Huron females, and do not Bee afraid, for Bee Holder's swarm shall Bee-guile the enemy. Bee-fore sunset tomorrow, you shall Bee shown the way out. Once you know the trail, make a Bee line for it. Say nothing of La Longue Carabeene. And please Bee-have yourself in the meanwhile."
Bee Holder, for your help we promise to not Bee-grudge you a
safe site for your Bee hive.
Do thank Spelling Bee for the correction.
The Courier Editors
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