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when they ast you to come here that
you wood make a pig outer yourself
as soon as you got next to the corn
beef & cabbage, & i want to see how
you do it
new york just about the time lit
tel gorgie medders gets into good
standing with his ma and, pop he
busts loose with some other remarck
which makes it nessissary, for him
to eat his meels standing (up for the
next 2 or 3 days'
some kids never know when they
are well off enuff to keep there face
closed & let the others do the chin
ning - '
& last week 1 day, and i just herd
about it today because I aint seen
gorgie for that long, they had com
pany again, for the medders is long
on having company to dinner time.
well, this was a feller who was
going-to buy mr. medders' 2nd hand
ed autermobile often him & they was
giving him a free feed to enkourage
him to buy it
but they dident Kke him & used to
"talk about this man when he was
gone, some thing awful, saying a
lot of meen things about him, but
never when he was -their to get a
they just about got set down to the
tabel evry body was digging in to
the corned beef and cabbage, all ec
he dident eat at all, but ust sat
their lamping the visitor
finally the man whose name was
mr. shawhan, said, gorgie why dont
and gorgie told him i want to
watch you, thats why
well, well, mr. shawhan said, what
dov you want to watch me for, while'
mr. medders was trying to kick gor
gie to make him dry up
because my pop said last nlte
YOUNG LADY SINGING "AT THE
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Sheet of music
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Clearing of the throat.
Odor of gasoline
Long white gloves ,
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