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Introducción DEW DROPS VOL.
37, No.
Weekly David C.
Cook Publishing Co., Elgin, Illinois David C.
Cook, Jr., Managing Editor Mabelle M.
Carbaugh, Assistant Editor August 23, 1914 Billikens’ Surprise By HELEN HAWLEY Gilbert was a little boy who was going to have the first suit of clothes, that were not homemade.
Wasn’t that an event! Gilbert thought Wed Apr 05 01:12:15 2017 2 so.
He was going to the city with father and mother to be fitted. Mr.
Haywood said to his wife.
-You’d better take the boy and go with me as far as Branton.
It’s the best place I know of, for fitting out little fellows like him.
Maybe I can stop over long enough to help you.
I’ll look up the time-table.- That’s the way it happened that Gilbert and his mother their home at midnight.
For this story isn’t about the city, it’s about the reaching home so very late.
Maybe know, though, that the new clothes were all right, and very happy though a very sleepy bo...

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