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The Salt Lake herald. [volume] (Salt Lake City [Utah]) 1870-1909, March 06, 1904, Last Edition, Section Three, Image 22

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A3JRY il3llt1t R RjLalSDELLsat MSD ISDELJa LLeat on on the th stops 1 readingand reading readingand rCftdi lg lgand
H HY and his hi little brother Gardiner sat t beside besidehim I > MJde1ailU
him 111 un untun watching W takq th the aktics of seven small p par l lpics r rli >
tun pics li t1 that th t rolfifta Ui g over over their tbeirinother Bother guaArhig gntW 11g her herstumpy herstumpy ter terstumpy
stumpy tail and lld otherwise oth rwiSe disturbing hor rest reststemed rCiittemeJ restatenned
stemed to be having the time of their lives After After5paec n nspace t tpaee
space 5paec Gardiner spoke spokeAint spokeAiIlt spokeAint
Aint they funny fU fum ll1l < said aid he SayHarry Say Harry do allItttle all alllittle t11little
little animAls have lave fun like that thatMost tJlatlM thatMost
Most M t of them replied Harry looking vary verywiso verywisoas AVISO AVISOas wise
8 as he always ulwaysdid did when hi his small brother brot r asked ques questions qustioni questions ¬
tions for fQ Harry was twelve and very vcr learned in indeed 111 111deed indeed ¬
deed deedDo
Do turtles tur e asked Gardiner Id like to see a alitter ulitter alitter
litter of turtles cutting up upAw upAw upAw
Aw turtles come from eggs es said his brother brotherscornfully brothorsoornfulh brotherscornfully
scornfully They llov dont have havcanyfun any fun The Ie mother motherturtlejust motheturt1ojut motherturtlo
turtlejust turtlo ju8t leaves the eggs rgs in 1J the th and and they hatch hatchout batohout hatchout
out the t1t all Sun does do it I guess guessTunfs gusThats guessThats
Thats funny fU1 llY cried Gardiner G1Lr iner Td like to see seethem s saethem e ethem
them in theturtles the turtles nest nestOh 1JOStOh HostOh
Oh golly woTJ1cricd cried Harry n IIn UTJ They The dont don t make any anyneetr nnYeet anynest
neetr nest eet tellyou Just J st dig a hole fa n the t e sand thats thatsall tht thtal1 thatsall
all alltt
tt thought only birds laid eggs e gs added the littlefellow little littlefellow littlefellow
fellow fellowA1I fellowA1Ireptil fellowr111
A1I A1Ireptil reptile reptilesturtles turtles snakes frogs lizards 1iznrdsns 1iznrdsnsw lizardsasweil ns nswall
wall w U Sao insects iIJIOC s lay eggs said the tl wise brother brotherSome brotherSome brotherSome
Some of them make a sort of nest that is the inssats in insscts insoo
sscts soo do but utntt not the lizards and things I guess guCS6t1u they theyare theyare y yare
are hatched botch d put out by the suns heat Ive seen an ants antsneat untsneat antsnest
neat It Its fine fineI
I wonder w ndor mused Gardiner fCif if you found some someturtles someturtJe someturtles
turtles s eggs tb8 somewhere and brought 7em em home homewould nomewOl homewnjd
would wOl d they the hatch out by b t the e stove stoveSm7 f fWhy f fV1IY
Why I suppose s ppose so but I guess it would be pretty
hard Co find em replied Harry and then he sat satthinking Ha Hathinking at atthinking
thinking instead of rending for the question had hadaroused hadaJou8ed hadaroused
aroused interest in such a search He decided to tomake tomake tomake
make an effort to find some turtles ergs eggs and try
the experimeittfor experiment for himself hJms Ii before the summer came cameWhere camcl camcrhre
Where 11 here to t seek for the o eggs g he u hadnt the least loastidea leastidea loostidea
idea but old Tommy Taylor who drove the stage stagetiud stagnod stagenud
nod who had once been an oysterman o terman told him to tolook tolook tolook
look along the banks of Billmans Creole Cree until hu husaw h hraw hesaw
saw eeven seven tiny t nyholcs holes in a to circle cir < lo iir ir the sand sftIi and andUMTC nndtJurc andthere
there he would of a certainty < unearth turtle eggs eggsHarry ergsHarry s sBarr
Harry Barr did not have the least idea that old Tommy Tommywas
was fooling him l m and had at once toldsaveral told tol saveral Qverulof of hiscronies bi bilrtmi his leiseronie
cronies lrtmi s about it so that they too could < l have fun funwith funwith n nwith
with the boy boy110 who was hunting turtle eggs in June Junewbm JWllwn Junewhen
when lwn all th the little 1ittleturt1es turtles have longfyjen long 1lICIl hatched out outnod Ol Olnnd oetand
nod am 1Ir swimming willlmingnround around merrily He wenteager wenteagerlv
lv to to work on his hi quest Day after day dn lurspught hC Aught for forthe forthe fortlx
the seven eu little holes in a circle but buthe he ncffver n vcr found foundth foundlbIn foundthem
th them lbInInilcnd themInstead in inInstead
Instead however he saw many very interesting interestingihiugs
1 mugs hi UK m in the egg and hatchinglinel lie found in inth intbe intry
try th swamp waJ p the te flat curdesslymada cure1 nym do nests of the mud mudhens mudbens mudhens
hens and herons her Ds also 180 that of < rf a rood duck < he heleitmeil huI heearned
earned I I rul how the spiders b build theirbeautiful their beautiful webs webshov websbow webshow
bow the sandwasp digs di her tunnel and nd fills it with withcaptured withIapturcd tll tllUp
captured Up urcd spiders stabbed with a a wonderful wc11der ul poison poisonthat poisoutlutt poisonthat
that benumbs them but preserves preserVes them until her horyoung heryoung heryoung
young hatch out to find a supply of fresh food right rightbeside rightbeide rightbeside
beside them and also ho learned bow the terrible terribleHaiiiKwap tlrriblo48u terribleankwasp
HaiiiKwap 48u twabp can canstinr sting a boy who gets too near and andbecomes andberomS andbecome
becomes n too iufluisiJive iufluisiJiveHo i it vc re1c vcHe
Ho sow OW beetles beet s is ivlling ing balls of stuff fnr larger largerthan largertbml largertbi
tbi than + n themselves 1l1 m bee intotheir intO th their r underground homes lplDCS he hesaw J1eI hesaw
saw I > them th 1U underminea und nn 1tea a dead mouse and sink it into intothe intotb intothe
the tb earth b bmqfoig bl Jlg it ns in a grave he came upon uponinsects uponiU uponinjects
insects iU Iet9 that th8tlo looked ked exactly eJ1letllike like wrinkled wrinkl d dead leaves leavesa lCtcsnrHI leavesartt
a nrHI < iray ray twig twiftssaw tw tw1J twig1c
1J P < saw 01 W the tJlOdragontlies dragonflies wh whe n 1 they th y were hideouscrawling hideous hideouscrawling hideouscraw1iDg
crawling water water1nap waterJ b ugs ig come creeping tip a stalk and ardbl ar arblJom andbIN
bl blJom < j > sora out i iair fc adazzltug iridescent wi wingfth t dcrea dcreature croa croatur ereaturt ¬
ture Hushing t1 sbing like a gem sm Jn hi the thesunligbL sunlight He Hewatched liuwUl Itocotc
watched wUl bed the p l Ihllywiks eywogs Q w > > g turn into tadpoles and then thenJuti the thejlH1 thenlilt
Juti lilt little frogs and was amused to learn that what whathe whathe whathe
he had always thought ibou ht to o he fish were really reptiles reptilese roptilcswuttbed
he e wattbed the t kiugrnsltcr and the fishhawk teach teachtbdr tCnclth teachtheir
their th i young bow to fishlie fish fishHe fisbHe
He found whole colonies colnl a of fiddlercrabs rustling rustliu
hither and thither th her each ea h with his one big white clmr clmrcrooked a c3aseroed t7 t7l
crooked l up against his shoulder as if about to begin beginto
to play the violin but he never saw them really r aUy aUytlu
do any fidd1 fiddling Dg He oven discovered di coverod tho deep pit pitof pitt pitelf
of t en i ll amlioB with ith the iierce insect nso t concealed in intt jlltbp inthe
the tt < > sand atthe bottom aDd ho 10 watched an unsus unsuspicious tIUSUSpi uususprious ¬
picious pi j us ant come comCl1p up eagerly eA ly and rubber down into intoilie intQ11H intothe
the pit only on to be overcome by a 1 shower of If sandhurled sand ssuidhurled slUldJwTleJ
hurled up at him l1 m by the hidden llidd n enemy and zn zntMirtHng J
tMirtHng down own to the bottom to be seized by the ant antlion antion anthell
lion instantly in3taDttHe instantlyTie
Tie saw the ants climb up bushes and milk their theirCvs theirew theircns
Cvs which wI h are Aphis or roselice tiny tin fat insects insectswbo inOOUw111 insectawboeem
wboeem wbo eem m to M > like the ante to stroke them and give ui uithat u udrops udrtps
drops of bonelike syrup syrn in returJ1hilo return whilo I imagine imnginthut imaginethat
that the ants protect them t iem they th v certainly guard guardthem guurcldu guardthem
du them m and keep them th mfrm from straying strayingDown strayingDown strayingDown
Down in the stream he often saw the prickly pricklysticklebacks lricklysf pricklysticklebacks
sticklebacks sf hovering over their eggs lying en tha thab thalttow thabttom
b lttow ttom for these llJ CAre are perhaps the only 01I fish who whocare whoC
e care C a I rt r r fw vr their egg at attc II ll lllie alie
lie watched the J goidcnhued o dnhlled sunfish seemingly seeminglycHrcssing seeminglyesressing < t 1Uing1y 1Uing1yItrCSm
cHrcssing ItrCSm one another rubbing their lcil sides softly softlytogether softy softltCbretharlike softytelgether
tCbretharlike together like so 0 mAny puss cats UI and very cr few pee peepe people poople ¬
ple pe Jiive ht 1 c seen this let1 letfnc me nlc tell you he spied upon tlm tlmmuskrata thomuskrat3 tbnmuskrats
muskrats repairing their houses of rushes ant anJbringing anlbriging antbruging
bringing their blind little youngsters out to t got gotwaria iutwarm g gwarm
warm in the hot son snitIre sonHe 5UlIHe
He Atoned blacksnake that tb t trjpd tri J to steal tho thobird tIUbirilir thobirds
bird eggs a ud aDdtinyr d tiny Hedging shrieking in fear fearcaugiit f feartaught > Or Orcught
taught a mode J llk continf COIB eoang 1JuO sub ui > of the creek with a fish iishniuiost fishImost 11thalmost
almost JcJ s long as himself in his hi mouth waked up upcountless III IIIcount1 upcountless >
countless count1 ss numbers n J lbers of ofsleep sleepy owls hiding 1 di t in the thebushes tbebushes 1 he hebushes
bushes and ud frightened thousands of busy lieldinico lieldinicoin
in the brassOne grass grassOne graNOne
One day be found a poor Poof starred dog and tcok tcokhim tcokrum tcokhim
him him home iiouA to nurse back to bounding health sod sodstrength sadtrangth lo lotrengthafteJ
strength trengthafteJ after which he had lutdRnalb > anally who could find findmore frailmore iiuimore
more luiraiy fwUayhiugs uJutytJings tilings iu m a day than Harry could in a aaiontb amonth 1 1mi1utll
aiontbThey mi1utllrrhc month monthTam
Tam They called the dog Pinky because he was n adirty ndirty nclift
dirty clift renew yel Gw I suppose l1P05 and he was V8 a wonder wond r Itwas It Itwas 11was
was was simply miiirrelojt merrelolushow how he Je changed from n san sanfaced sofned sunfaced
faced cowering cowcriJWuif waif ftjto w an uproarious rollicking rollickingrascal roIIiekiu1rascal rollickinvrascal
rascal river vtr ready for o a romp or a hunt and with on unappetite onappetite onippe
appetite ippe tefol for eyexything Te Ythil1g from raw clams to pumpkin pumpkinpie
pie pieAll pie
All this seeking Icekiu amid the wonders of die summer
time hu had hadfillsd UiIled filled Harry with a adeep deep desire to learn l ll all allabout aUbout allshout
S about the thin things he so constantly cons ntIy saw mId others othersthat otlterstbtt othersthat
that hohad bo hnd not yet ct found and he took to reading rcftdin rcftdinbooksftbout
books booksftbout about Mature as eagerly b as he llC had searched searchedfor serrcbcdfor
for turtles s eggs for after a time Tommy could no nolonger nolol1 nolonger
longer lol1 er keep the joke to himSelf him eI and he told it it to toMr t tMr toMr >
Mr KftinsOell Harrys Harr s father who promptly in informed in1ol1p1od informed ¬
formed his son s n for he didnt believe in fooling liany li litleloys Iitlet
tleloys tlet o s any more than I do myself myselfSo m myselfSo Se1f Se1fSo
So when the lad no lO longer longerhnd had a motive mati e for ram ramblftig r ramblitip 1n 1nbI
blftig bI Ig in the fields 1ieldsmd and meadows his parents parentsim parentsim3g1Ilcd im imagined iinaginied ¬
agined that he would give g e up getting his clothes tD alltoin nl nltontand tDtornllld
tontand toin and muddy and take to playing pla ing marbles ortag ortagwith ortngwit ortag ortagsill
with wit sill l the other children but it had become a real realpassion renttlssitm realpassion
passion tlssitm with Harry Har He cared eft red for nothing so much muchaSitp mucho
aSitp t to o winder l1c1 rthroutihthewoo through the woods B or along ulo g th F waters watersedge Utors Utorsedge
edge watching ithcTjirds tile birds bees butterflies and 1d liahand 1isbmcl fish fishand
and whenever wmeer he had a chance off he went wentjOf wentlOf went4f
jOf 4f course oo course rse he soonbegan soon began to read 1eadibout about the rocks rocksnndtho roeItnntlth
nndtho marvelous murvclousthfngs things that nre arelfound nro1 found in them themby thelIhrtllQStI
by hrtllQStI thosB who knowiio knowjlorto to Searah arah for for thcur thiutfturned thiu thiutqrncd things thingsturned
turned to stone millions ufycara of years ye rs ago ngofish agofishth3shells agofishth3shellsstnrish fish hells hellsswrflali heHss
swrflali s lrfliJlt crabs inse inscjifiB animals and andjlants plants < is is S many manvin mnnioin manyin
in number nUlubelQs as arc alive and ulldgrowing growing today todu but ut sovastly so sovastly sovastly
vastly different as to astonish anybody an bocb who sees seesthem seeSthem secsthorn
them thornBirds themBirds themBir
Birds Bir s there there were then and their bodies are now nowfound nO7found nowfound
found in ins jstoucs atQnc nesw iwilh Wi itlt l teeth in their great groutst1ong strong
beaks auditswings sit tsWings with wi h claws on the ends tails tailslike tailslike tailslike
like iizardEfi lizard and as as big as oxen great reptiles hu huge hugelizards c clizards cjzurdii
lizards just ju t like railroad trains and as tallas taU as S the thetrees thetreosarniaq thetrcesarnied
treosarniaq trees armed with wi I horns and covered with scales PS PShard ashard c cuuc1
hard as your your teeth and asshiny 350 shiny horses with ith fourtoes four fourtoes fourtoes
toes like 1ikeit n n dogstortoises dog dogs s tortoises as big as carts shellsbigger shells shellsbigger slUbigger
bigger thaunpplebarrcls fishlike fish like monsters as long longasthe longfisthe longas
asthe as the Cijy CjjyHulT null treetrunks tr etrW1ks tis as thick as your room roomis roomis roomis
is is wide wideYit1 witiliflenves Jeovl8 like tabletops insects ins cts its s laree lareeas lareras
as pails pndpJ Endplates tus all manner of marvels mnnclscrawl mnnclscrawlint crawl crawling ¬
ing leaping swimming swimming and flying over the earth earthana earthtmtt earthand
ana and Mftiteri MftiteriHe 1intorTZe nter nterQe
He sqair sc I4 4n learned where to go to find these things thingsIn
= S j jIn
In tli tlQ tlievldc Qldqjafty d Un oarryewJiich aJ > n ich ich his his father partly owned ethiedthe ownedtha 1c1 1c1tho
the may me brjffltQ bf aiifc Jug stones and split them themand themtiad diemand
and cluioldiC cl elu k1 leii tiicin Oil t11 day long and iii them themthey thcIlth theurthey
they th y eama ellwe iipoh the wonderful ond rful shells bones andloavesof and andloaves U1Idloavcs
loaves loavesof of the 1h ancient time So Harry IIurr haunted the tLequarry theqUftt thequartywhenever
quarry qUftt quartywhenever Y whenever ho could and soon he Ie had his room roomfull room1i11 oomf
full f lof of rocky wonders stupendous things that in infected infoctad infoetad ¬
fected every boy in m Watertown with the same feveruntil fever feveruntil fev r runtil
until on Saturdays Soturda s there was scarce room in thequarry the thequarry theqUArry
quarry for thp th4 busy workmenIIuge workmen workmenHuge workmenEflgc
Huge rounded rolled tip shells of ljmcstoneorna ljmcstoneornameiited limestone IilDe tOlle orna ornamented 0111 a amented ¬
mented every c r boys mantelpiece and even the theschoolmaster thesebtH thesehtpplmaster
schoolmaster sebtH > 1tUlstcr was nS bitten by the craze and went to towork towork towork
work studying geology < in order to keep up with tbe tbenewfound tbenewfound thenewfound
newfound learning pf his scholars Harry also road roadabout rotIdbout roadabout
about the remains roumi of o the people who whdlived lived on the theearth tbee theearth
e earth th Jojigbef loug loiigbefor cforehistor ore history or even even fairy tales tell us usanything UJOUydlillg u uanything
anything about mankindTI mankind mankindHe mankindITe
TI He o picked up stone implements in in the gelds e1dswlp11 e1dswlp11tlu when whentb whenthe
tb tlu the jp were croplowDg plowing arrowheads n axes and clubs made madeof DwJeof madeof
of stench for in i i the time of the stone age a fthuld hundredthouaana hundred hundredthousand oo oothouaan4
thousand years ago iron had not been discovered discoveredaiidTevcn Iliscovotedantleven liscoercd1ucreven
aiidTevcn needles and pius had to bo made of bouu bouuor
or Jeer e r horn and a knife was chipped out of a aWhen ufliJity a1liaity
fliJity stony stonqWhen stonyWhen
When you you ou think of trying to chop down a tr trje trjewith t1Oitb e ewith
with itb a a dull stone aso wx aloe yOu will soon find that thehatchet the thehatcliet th th1Jatchet
hatchet you rou 011 arc using is is a keenedged tool t ol by com contjMtnson comperison
jMtnson 1 perison n event if it has never nover been ground since it itwas itbobgllt41d itvse
was bought bobgllt41d aid to think of sharpening shft1 cning a slate pen penoil penciirith penoilivith
oil ciirith with a anion knife brings the shivers to me at
least leastLots l kutsLLots Ast AstLots
Lots of o such things Harry < discovered d icovercd and whenthe when whenthe
the 1 be others o lers fecund out how many such treasures were
buried i m the te fields tlidy th too began to seek for fortbo frtb forthbro
tbo tb re am tjrbuBnnds tJ bllsa ds and thousands thousands of such sU hthings hthingsah1tost things thingsah thingsaltpost
ah ah1tost ost everywhere to tor r rI
1 suppose supvo e you hove yourself picked 11iek d up a tiny tinyarrow tinyarrow iiIv r rarrow
arrow lion Jjonir or two as you walked across a field
That littl littiq chipped stone is is older than anything anvthingmade amthin amthinlUftdc anythingmade
made by mail maim that you will ever see unless UI I of ofcourse ofotlrSe ofeotirsc
course it lie bo another arrow head or another unoth r stone stoneaxe stoneftxe stoneaxer
axe axer axerOnce i c cOnce
ftxeOnce Once Ihfigr fl1o pound a stonewalled st ncaU d grave grnveand and within
it some cruinbling Ulbli11g bones and a necklace of pierced piercedshells piercedshells
shells from the ho fardistant seashore
as wall as an anaxe nnuce anaxe
axe audfafclhu ai4 atriL arrow i rrO heads headsOu h lutadsOn d8 d8On
On another occasion oc < asionth they1 theyaimme came ft1I e upon a cave whorethey whore whorethey
they 1 111 dug up a lot of stone things and half of u Ii clay elnyO1
bowl O1 upoii uponwliieli which wJli Jl they could see scratched 5 fnt 1 d faint fa nt linesand lines linesand linesund
and patternefufrthis pattornefJ 1tthis soon crumbled crmnblridinlo into dust be because betlusuit because ¬
cause < < tlusuit it had never never been baked in the hot fire like likoour liIroour likeour
our notlory IOttorjoftodny of today
Tr Harry found i tlrirtysi I I r arrow heads i i in one dtywhile day daywhile i iwhile
while following the ninn man who was plowing a < field fieldonw
2Cow No onw as most I11ostof of these licse fossil animals and other otherihings otherthings otherihiugs
things had tremendously trem naQusly long bard namoSj nnnnS und as asraost ns11ost n nmost a
most of ofth the little boys bo found it impossible to re ¬
In member b r oije oJe of them thcll1 mora Qlo thax hmlaclllY a day or cur so per perhapS por porh3 perhap
hapS h3 J it Fas waS to Harry narr that they always came to twlearn tolear tolearnwhat
learn lear learnwhat what wh t to call theirprizes tI1eit prizes He never never failed to tofindthe tondthe toIiidthe
findthe right name and he always alwaysromcmbered remembered what whathe whatlie whatlie
lie had road roadTlioyvvere roadl1t readiheywere
Tlioyvvere l1t Yee really retllI awful some of these names namesUintatherium names nnmQSUin namesUintathurrum
Uintatherium Uin ot or 11Jn megatherium me athorium n plesipsaurus lasiosaurus ichthyo ichthyosaurus ich iehth to toliuurus i0 i0sauius ¬
liuurus saurus mesohippus pterosaur prorosaurliyparlJdupeden hyporodapeden par parIdoxididj pnrdodid paradoddid
Idoxididj dodid = 1l iid ccphalaspis s wore somq Of them so you youcan youcnn youcan
can see what a mind Hertr Berlrx Eamsdell possessed possasscdTlttnlc poss possessedTliriak SScd SScdltb
Tlttnlc ltb k of o Jmvingto hnving to read l tid and nd raniombbr remWIi br aboutpheeaitthiropus about aboutftjiceartthropus aboutprfllcoaittllfoPUs
ftjiceartthropus slams or the rnouophyletic monophyletacorigin rnouophyleticf rnouophyleticorigin c corjsin
f origin of nu mammalia mmcliafrom from fromtl1omonotr tlio fhpmonotrcmata monotrbmata l1latu of ceno cenozoic ceno cenozoic cenozoic
zoic times timesVhy 1 1YIU
111 Vhy t3 its it s onough b btinies to turn even en my own head some sometimes sometimes ¬
times and Ive been struggling with it since I was a aboy 11bo aboy
boy bo Ho knew how from froillfishcs fishes reptiles came and andthen amIthen m mtheIJ
then changed slowly during duringmillions onillious of years into intownEtnblpoded intowapblooded intoton
wnEtnblpoded ton blooded animals and he knew new just whatroeks whatroeksto
to o ominc in inord order r to discover the fossils of each eachpei eachpetiiod eachperiod
period pei od and it wai r ts quite wonderful v ndClful how exact he hebecame bebc hebecame
became bc mc so so that in time he was called the Geo1ogist Geolo Geologistby ¬
gistby gist by byall all the neighborsOne neighbors neighborsOne neighborsOne
One day little Gardiner asjcedhim ftsked hiJn a real puzzler puzzleray I Iny
ay Harry 1Iarr whats the reason rC son when AVO find all allsorts alloor1is allsorb
sorts of thijngs th br in the quarryr qltur quarrybirds birds plants plun fishesim fishes fishesanS fish fish1nl1
im anS 1 bugs bugswo wo never find any q y y eggs rt Isnt that a afunny 3fUrf117 afurttty
< 1 1tltbout
funny thing v
Without rthout thinking as some boys might harp 11 done donetlu donetJu donetint
tlu tint his brother broi cr was always askiugabout a ldngab nt tjggs Q b gs 5 and andoilier u J Jother
oilier babytliings baby things t1U lbS Ilarry lIorr began 11 r ran < < 11 to wonder why wh inface in infacf In InfneL
face we we 1i uever never v find these tpiftgs iitgs h t seemed scm d to him himthat bimthat himthat
that when oven oven feathers eath s sire ire re discovered m i 111 the thostqfles thestdfies thestt
stqfles stdfies stt fles once in a while at least Icast7 an egg of ot some somereptile some somerepiTlc SOIDJrcDh1e
reptile or bird might turnup turn up
Of O course he knew very veryavetll ryrflll vyell that as eggs are so soexceedingly soex soexceedingly
exceedingly ex ccd 1g frail and iI d delicate deli te they the would woul easily be besmashed beSIDtlehed besin
sin smashed shed but occasionally p ouomight have sunk into intoHie into1h intoolio
olio 1h softmud soft mud and been preserved just as feathershave feathers feathershave fRthcrsha
have ha Q beenlie been beenHe
He asked the workmen in the quarry quarry and while whilethejj wl1i1eth whileth
thejj th said that certain rout round < < stones had been foundoccasionally found foundoccasionally foundoe
occasionally oe sliol any they th supposed them to be merely water waterAvorn waterworn waterworn
worn worn pebbles pebbl 3 and not fossils so they had taken no noparticular nop nopin
particular p pin itiel icull 1tr + r notice of themey them themiChey themYb
iChey Yb ey showed him a place where the stone was wasvc WMv wagvc
vc v soft and crumbly crumbJ which whi h was was not useful for forbuSding forhu forbuilding
building hu ding purposes and said that there they had hadsometimes Imds0111ctimes hadsometimes
sometimes found these round things thill 3 So Harrywith Harry Harrywith Harrywith
with pick and shovel sb cl began to dig and with a crow croAVbarto crowbar row rowbur
barto bur to pry off ledges lQ ges of the Soft gray gra stone day du after afterday afterdriy afterday
day finding fu dinc all al manner of things but nothing nothingliko nothinglikon like likeraJegg likernegg
raJegg raJeggBut rneggI3ut n gg ggUt
But Ut one 01 ono afternoon when a mighty blast had badbroken hadbroken hadbrOken
broken off an immense mass of rock in another part partof partof partof
of the he quarry a great rounded stone was discovered discoveredastone discovereda
astone a stone ton oval in shape a perfect p rtcct egg in fact but so solarge so1arge solarge
large as to make it seem impossible that it couldbegin could couldboijjn COllMbe
begin be nt ogg It was as big around as a large pumpkin 1 1Whitish Ith 1ltliitish
Whitish th tish incolor in color andvery find very ery heavy but not nearly nctlrl as ashcinft asheir ISJJC
heir JJC VJ as a solid stone tone would be it certainly seemed seemedto
to Harry arry as he rolled it homeIt home homoIt homeIt
It Iran was ns jQ ant egg certain ce tain but whether the egg of agigantic a agigantic aigtlJntje
gigantic bird for bigger than anv bird so far this discot d thiscotred s sLOt
cotred cot redor red or that of a reptile a hundred feet long uo uobady no nobody nocould ¬
body could say sayMr
jilr 1 Mr Bidden his fathers partner who 110 seemed tohate to tohate toIIftte
hate Harry H rry and always sneered at his studies and andhis andhi andhis
his hi digging among am ng the rocks said it was only u uboulder aboulder 1 1boulder
boulder wornJound worn round by the water But Mr Squiresthte Squires Squiresthe SCuir s sthedrug
the thedrug druggist drug o o1Tow ist t was sure that it i was an egg egg3JOAV egg eggNow
Now while L Lthink think of it it7 I will toll you something somethingabout somethina somethinaabout somethingabout
about jtr 1 ftfddell He was a bad man who was wastrying Avastrying V S Str
trying tr ing to ruinHarrys ruin Harrys father by b getting into debt debtsOthat debtso debtso
sOthat so > thatl1e that he would have to sell se he quarr when Bid Biddell Biclden BiddeTl
dell intended to buy it and have it all to himself himselfIt
It is not necessary nec necessary ssary to explain all tho details of hiswie his hisAvtqfced hiswiokcd
wie Avtqfced t cd schemes Sc111 CS but simply to say that he 10 had hadHarrys hadlI hadHarrys
Harrys lI rr s father ather in his power and before a t couple of ofyears ofyoo ofyoais
years yoo s had passed Mr Ramsdcll one of the nicest nicestmen mcostmon nicestmon
mon in the world would have been obliged to go to tothe tot1 totlao
the t1 poorhouse podrhQusewith with all of his lovely family Harry
includedl3ut included includedIBut includedt
IBut t as as you u will sec the plot failed and Mr Bid Biddell Di Bi1Idell l ldell
dell was theloser the loser although he didnt go to the poorIrouse poor poorhouse poorIINIie
house oK no noAftep noMteit I IMtelt
Aftep everybody had seen scc seen 1 the great egg and growntirod grown grownlired grown1iced
lired of discussing it Harry Harr was still thinking about aboutit
it and frnaljy fuui1J ho decided that t1iutiJ it must still havesomething have havesomething ll e esOlliethjng
something soft within if it was not entirely fluid fluidiiiside Huid1iside fluidinside
iiiside for he e was sure he hcdctcctcd detected a sound soun when it itwag t tAvas tWQ9
wag rolledOne rolled rolledOne rolledOnc
One day days a sudden resolve rcsolveformed formed He determined determinedto
to see what the t o hot summer summer sun sun would do to it and andforthwith nndf andforthwith
forthwith f he 110ro11ed rolled it to a 1 place where it might Ho Houndisturbed JioUidisturbQd heundisturbed
undisturbed which hich was was a a hole in the hillside wherethe where wherethe wbaretbe
the workmen wot1 en hind dug out a adeop deep broad pit scch sedcinj scclcintfa
for fa 1 rock and then the1111ad had deserted dcscrtcdt1lc ills spot spotHere spotHere spatHere
Here lie left le t the great egg for weeks and weeks
I L LHOW 1 I AN Ydll
until one day when he went to look at it lie i hwas wag vas as astonished astonisbcd asfonisLed ¬
tonished to see that it was splitting spl tfing open opon and a asndkelike amikelike asudl
sudl sndkelike eliik head was sticking out outHe outHe I IHe
He was frightened but when he h saw that tho thing thingemerj tiringcl thingemerging
emerj cl emerging cgiIrgfrOni ngfrom from the egg cg < seemed about halfdead its itshcadQhanginy itsllCtdh itsIteadhangin4
hcadQhanginy llCtdh l gin languidly dOAVp he sprang into the pit pitand pit3nd pitand
and AVent entcloso cnt close to t foit foitThenhe it itThen itThenhc
Thenhc Then he saw that it didnt look so so snaky but more morelike more moreJike morelike
like a turtles head and that its eyes were not visible AisibleThe visiblelllC visibleThe
The creature ereatureseemed seemed too weak to split the thehu hard d stonyshell stonyshell stony stonyshell
shell of the egg but Harry in great excitement excitementseized excitemontseized excitomnitseized
seized the edge where wher it split sp t and pulled with all alibis ullhismigbt alibismight hts htsmight
might mightSlowly migbtSlowl mightSlowly
Slowly Slowl it gave gft va way and soon the wonderful crea creature eretture creature ¬
ture ture seemed to take a big breath and began to strug struggle struggle struggle ¬
gle to get out outHarry outHarry outHarry
Harry helped him to rid himself of his shell andwhen and andwhen mdwh
when wh n he 11 emerged he opened his eyes eyes and looked atthe at atthe attIle
the boy quite mildly so 0 that he was not the leastafraid least leastafraid leastaf
afraid af nid Then tIle thought struck Hairy that thltl thltldrl11k that a adrink ndrink
drink of o water would be the best thing for an animal aniinhlthat nnimhlthat animalthat
that had been drying d ing up in the rocks ro for so many manyages mtnyuge manyago
ago ages andhe ran to the brook and filled his hat lat
The creature cro ture eagerly drank it all Bud a d wantedmore wanted wantedmore wantedmolO
more Six SLtimes times did Harry carry it a a hatful of ofwater ofwnferand ofwmler
water wnferand and then it began to move about the pic picsloAAly picslowly plc plcslowly
slowly something after the manner of ofa a turtle al although although although ¬
though it didnt resemble that animal in the least lea t
Jujst then th llli little tIePolI Polly Jenkinson who was picking picId
blackberries on on the hill strolled along looked lookedclowU
down into 1ttO 1Jopit tho pit and uttered a yell eU1hfttwns that was heard heardaAwtAT beardnli heardawq9ver
aAwtAT nli awq9ver over 2V ratthoqt ai attbegtiarry he quarry oriy Harry then thcnronlizcd realized what Avhata
a fearful looking thing had come from his egg eggIt eggIt g gItw
It Itw tvas Avas s about abouttwo two yards ards long and as tall tallIs as a setter setterdog setterdogvith setterdog
dog dogvith with a tail something like that of a kangaroo kangaroo0n
p 0n its 110ad head were were three small horns and a broad flap H p
like the tbesniIor sailor collar of a boys shirt shirtcovored covered its itsneck itsnc itsneck
neck nc < like a thick leather apron Claws like a enapping snap snapping napping ¬
ping turtle itjiad and its skin was thick aiidrmarkcd aiidrmarkcdlike ulldmadccl1ikcall and marked markedlike
like 1ikcall ail alligators alligst rs Its eyes were small and gleam gleaming gleaming lcnm lcnming ¬
ing but butvorYlUild very vorymild mild and soft softsJust sof sofJust softJust
Just then Pinky l inky appeared having heard Polly Pollyyell Pollyyell > olly ollyeU
yell eU and he began to run around in circles burking
like all possessed plS5 ed J The Thing Avas was as not at t all allalarmed 11 11alarmed 11alarmed
alarmed but ut simply held its head down and its horus horusforward hornsforward
forward like a cow at bay ba 7 and Pinky Pinkywasnfrnid was afraid togo to togo togo
go nearerDaylight nearer nearerDaylight ucarerpoyJi
Daylight poyJi htwas Avas passing and Harry decided to l llvl llvllis liavehis ave avehis
his lis strange prize there until morning for he didnt didntthink didntthink < lidutthink
think it could climb out of the pit but on reflection reflectionhe
he threw down an armful of grass and leaves lcnY amt anr1was ane1wns amtwas
was delightedto to see the Thing begin to eat eagerly
Ifext N xt morning he hecnrrid carried cnrriod a dozen cabbages to the thespot thespot thespot
spot aild found the animal apparently in pain painsquealing painsquealing Paiusqucn1ing
squealing like a pig but when he saw Harry he be became became became ¬
came quiet and devoured the the cabbages with everysign every everysign evcrysign
sign of pleasure pleasurePinky IleasurcPi1l1 pleasurePinky
Pinky Pi1l1 y Avas was still excited but the animal was not notalarmed not31armcd notalarmed
alarmed at a all Ho ate cabbages from Harrys Harryshand Hnrr s shand sIln
hand Iln 1d as tamely tlmcl as a rabbit Might ight and when who they theywere t110Ywere theywere
were finished rubbed against him as if citing for formore formora formore
mora more Harry saw that he was now quite strong strongand strongand strongand
and he tied a rope rope about his h s neck in order to leadhiuhiiome lead leadhiih ei1J ei1Jliimhomc
hiuhiiomeFoil hiih liimhomc liimhomcY home homeYou
You Y U 0811 can C l1 imagine the excitement created in Wateir WateFtownwhen WateirtOAvii Vate1towli
tOAvii townwhen when the boy came marching along with vitirthis vitirthisstartling this thisstartling thistnrt1i
startling tnrt1i g creature in tow I People ranout ran out to look lookandrskipped looknidskipped lookandakipped
andrskipped indoors in a jiffy Men who whocama came dud suddenly 6udd duddenlyfrom ¬
denly d rilyfrolli from around corners took one look and flew flewdoAvn flewdOwllthe flewdown
down dOwllthe the street to sign the pledge never todrink todrinkagain todrinkugain to drink drinkagain
again Cats Catsclimbed climbed trees dogs shot through the thefences thefcnces thefences
fences women screamed and horses neighed neighcdas as they theypassed thcypnSsed theypassed
passed alone The one policeman turned pale and andleaned nne nnelenned andleaned
leaned againsthe against > Jhe hotel porch porchTInrrygthJs porchHarry 1 1Harry
Harry TInrrygthJs got his prize home and into the back yard yardand yardnnd yardand
and went indoors to tell his mother all about it itShe itSbetook itShe
She Sbetook took one onepcep peep peep and fainted and then Mr Rums Bamsdcll Rumsell Ramsdell
dell ell came in J He wouldnt believe Harrys Harr 1s story stor storln1tvftan storybut
but ln1tvftan when he sits the creature moving about the he yard yardhia yardhis yardhis
his eyes c cs popped out outand and his jaw fell fellThen fellrhemho fellThen
Then rhemho ho helped Harry Htlrr look up the thing in the thebooks thebooks thebooks
books and 1 finally they discovered that the head of ofjust ofjusto15uch ofjustuch
justo15uch just such a creature had been found turned turu d to stonein stone stonein stoneillr
in illr Wyoming oming and it was called a Triceratops TriceratopsSo
So this was a Triceratops 1 Harry did not know knowwhat knowwllUt knowwhat
what a Triceratops fed upon but the fact that he alecabbages ale atecabbages alecabbages
cabbages seemed to show that he was a vegetarian vegetarianand
and so it Avas was decided to feed eed him upon such things thingsHe thin1 thin1He thingsHe
He grew grew ar 1 grew and grew So quickly did ho heinercas hoincreasthat hoincrease
increase increasthat < tliat in a month he was as tall as the second secondstory secondbtO seconstory d
story btO and Avhpn w1fm his head was was at the back door hi hitail hiq hiqtuil hitail a
tail touched the rear fence thirtyfive feet avnyl avnylHe uwnylHe avaylHe
He loved Harry Harr He simplv wriggled with glee ctfeewhen gleewhen le lewhe
when whe the boy appeared but that he very vary ery likely likelycopied likelyCrUcd likelyc
c copied p ed from p Pinkys s actions Toward tho hoys hoysparent 1Jc h y yparcut s spnr
parent pnr he preserved a cold coldmanner manner rarely seomiutr seomiutrto SoomlUJ SoomlUJtoiish soamiutto t
to toiish wisli them to pat him but as they tbeyoftan of often t < 3n f fed pi him himlie himIte hi hilie m
lie showed no dislike but my hqw he hodid did hate Mr MrBiddell fr frlliddell irBiddcll
Biddell L
That TIJ t Triceratops seamed to know that he was wasbad aJ aJbad a abad
bad inan man na and scented s tedhi his wickedness at once Ho Hotried Eotried Iletried
tried to sejHj Ii a him the ATjry very first rstti1U time lift stopped stoppedinto stoppedinto toppedinto
into the yard yardbe before ore Tri A was as iiaifgrowu and the thenian thoman theman
man only escaped pod those sharp teeth te th by jumping tho thofence thofcnce thefence
fence Trinioved Tri rriJJ moved ovcd slowly and clumsily but when whene
he e wished he beCDeUld uld leap like a lion and standingwith standing standingAvith stand 1tg 1tgwith
with his heavy It < < m7 tail holding him up he h could reach reachand reachnnd reachand
and eat all the th loaves from very tall trees tr trees es so that thatevery thateVery thatevery
every eVery bit of foliage was soon missing m 65ing from th thyard th8rd the theyard
yard yardBut 8rd >
But he was rather stupid too for he never neverseemed ncvmseemed1o neverseemed
seemed seemed1o to learn that he could push the fence over overquite u overquite e equite
quite easily easiI and roam over other yards at will and m
he was constantly trying to crowd his great gr t bodv bodvthrough bod bodthrough bvdvthrough
through the kitchen rl rohen door When Tben the backgate back gate wa waopen 1184 1184open i iopen
open ho would stand there with his head out outSu an an 1 1squeal 1qucnl 1squeal
squeal to be allowed to go go g o outside a yet et ho 1lo1 never never ever tried triedto triedto
to force the gateposts Ha H just had brains enough enoughit eno b bit t
it seemed to think a very little bit but not enough enoughto I Ito ato
to do him much good goodAll goodAIl goodAll
All the t e neighbors fully expected him however to lobreak tobreak tobreak
break loose some day and devour all the citizens cit z ns of ofTatertown
Watertown and many of them had arranged i angcd justhow just justhoAv q
how to act when that happened but I am am aIq afraid that thatfew thfttfew thatfew
few of them would wouldhave wO dhave have done a thin thing had t this th s enor enormous anorlUousreptile enorinousreptile ¬
mous lUousreptile reptile ever e r rexlized how 10 powerful ul he was and andtaken aodtaken a d dtaken
taken to rampaging about the villageOne village villageOne viUageOne
One day dayt aman a man who had a bill to collect from fromHarrys
Harrys father came to the house The bill ha hat 1 t I Ibc
been bc l1 contracted by Mr Biddell but he had mar ntauajrcdtb maraged J Jdt
ajrcdtb aged dt to put it on Mr Ramsdell somehow and when whenMr whenMr hcn hcnTh
Mr Eamsdell I llud < 11 refused to pay it tIle collector said saidinany ssillmany 5511many
many things which I cannot repeat here for he was waidisappointed WKqisuppoi1ted wasdisaPPSintecl
disappointed He made such a fuss fu that even Tri Triheardhim rriheard Criheard
heardhim heard him and looked over the side fence to seo seowhat S senwhat d dwbat
what was happening Just then the collector came camealong eainealong
along grumbling in loud tones and looked It > oked up to totbot see seethat seothat
that awful threehorned head six feet long looking
down at him with a smile smileHo smilelIe smileIle
Ho stopped and trembled but when Tri Trismnin Trismninyet smiling smilingyet smihtn smihtnyet
yet more pleasantly reached down to him he turned turneda
a back somersault and ran down the street for amile a amile am
mile m e Ha Herefused refused totry to try to collect any more D10r more billy in inWatertoAvn iny in inWatertown
WatertoAvn y atert wll and au so Mr J r Biddell was obliged to get getanother getanother getanother
another man than to tOhelp tei help him ruin Harrys arrys father fatherThis fatherThis
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This was waseopn soon found to be impossible and finally finallythe finallyth utl1 utl1the r
th the e eThe villain determined to get the sheriff from UJink UJinkport tJinkort LdinkFort
port ort to take tak all the bills he m Lad against Mr Rams Ramsdell Raratdell RaIUlidell >
dell and by b demanding d payment suddenly ruin him himcompletely h himrtcompletely itn itncompletcl
completely so that he would have to yell ell ll out tha thavaluable th1ya thavaluable
valuable ya uaW quarryto quarr to get money enough to live on onThesheriff onThe anThesheriff
Thesheriff The sh6riff came came in f a carriage which hiQh he left in intlie jltile iithe
tile side street and then had a long talk with MrRamsdell Mr MrEamsdell r rUunsd
Eamsdell Uunsd IL During the conversationtlieslieriif conversation the slmeri1l re revealed revealed revealed ¬
vealed the factthat tact thAt Mr Biddell was the sole aise aiseof MSO 1UiOof MSOof
of this sudden sud den demand for forD16ney money and so Mr r Hams Hamsdell Lamsdell bm bmden
dell sent for f > r hie partner p rtner7 who soon came me and adraittel ad admitted ndmitfeJ ¬
mitted that he had put in operatidn oper ti n this plan to jet jethis getliis 11 11Ms
his money moneyMr money1fr moneyMrRamsdell
Mr MrRamsdell Eamsdell was so disheartened that he wad Avasspeechless wadspeechless tlSs
speechless s eechlcSs forLe for he had h d never suspected Ms smooth smoothtalking smoothwlking smoothtalking
talking partnerat partner at all allWhen allYlcn allWhen
When he was obliged to reveal all his 1 s wicked In iuteiitipns IntentionsMI Intentious
teiitipns tentionsMI tentious Mr Biddell became very ery insulting insultingantl and jeer jeered jc jeerod r ¬
ed his partner partnersuying saying that he was not a business businessman buB ne s sman
man and anybody could cOl d skin him They The Averdintha Averdinthabackparlor war were < in the thebuek thebuck
backparlor buck parlor overlooking the yard where Tri Vra1 Vra1strctch wag wagstretched m mstretched <
stretched strctch d out in the warm sunshine and hearing the thevoice theoice thevoice
voice of the man he le hated he raised his gigantic gigantichead gigantichead gigantichead
head tp 10 the loved of the window There he saw his iiaenemy hisenemy hisenemy
enemy and thd hood over his head swelled up liketime like likethe likethe
the skin on an angry turkey cock and his eyes glit glittered glittered glittered ¬
tered teredIn teredIn teredIn
In another moment as Mr Biddell was laughing laughingat laughin3t
at Mr Eomsdells pitiful face Triceratops dartel darteJhis dartelis dartelhis
his is great head h adinto into the room and seized Biddell bythe by bythe bythe
the back of he thneck neck and then t11el pulled > ullcd him outsideThere outside outsideThere outsidrThet
There lhe he stood od upon his liiiid I l1d logs and 811dshookth 811dshookthIuan shook tha thaman
man as as a terrier does a rat swinging him from tide tideto ido idoto
to side so rapidly that one could scarcely know that thatfit thatit thatit
it was a man He looked more like a bundle ofrags of ofrags oflsgs
rags After M r shaking lutki him for a while the aiiinal aiiinalsuddenly al1 aiinalsuddenly nal nalsucldonl
suddenly sucldonl p opened his mouth and swallowed him in inone illone litono
one gulp gulpItAvas gulpIt ruJpIt
ItAvas It was all done before b ore anybody could say s ay ctJ rJar JiiHc JiiHcEobinsbn lcli lcliRobins
Eobinsbn Robins in n jut but when Mr Biddell Biddell disappeared disappcaredfor disappcaredforever forr forrever for forever
ever ever down down1iis TrTs rrs throat everybody uttered a yell thatseemed fh that thntseemed fc fcseemed
seemed to astonish the reptile usually so mild andgentle and andgentle andt1c
gentle F t1c and he retreated to the end of the yard as as if ifexpecting ifoxpcctingHarlJ
expecting oxpcctingHarlJ Fexpecting Harry to come out and punish him himBut himBut himBut
But the boy oy instantly realized that they never noverAvouldiniss D neverwould < aver averwould
Avouldiniss would miss Mr rr Bidden at all n He thought that thatwas tUttwas thatwas
was the best way way out of the difficulty and the she ahersoou shesoon hersoon
soon came came to the same conclusion because Mr Bid Biddell Biddeli id idden ¬
dell happened to have in his Jis hand all tin bills ami aminotes l ad adnotes < l va vanotes °
notes which showed Mr Lr Bamsdells s debts and of ofcourse ofcourse ofcourse
course Tri swallowed them with the manI man manI manddnt
I dflnt see as how we can citn get g t at them lessen va vacut vscut 19 19cut
cut the animal openP open f said the sheriff and I dont donthankeraftdr donthcnker donthanloraftor
hankeraftdr hcnker aft r that job jobSo jobJ jobJSo f fSo
So he hewcnt A ent away wtl and that was was the last of it itBut itC itB itBut
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But B t alas ains the dose had been too much for pour poorTri pourlri pourTri
Tri who being be 11 astrict a ftrict strict vegetarian Y etarian was w s poisoned p isoned byMr by
Mr Biddoll rind little by little day by day du r he adeii fadekaway f f1dfilawa adeiiaway
away awa and in two two weeks was dead To the last ho hogazed hugazed liegazed
gazed tenderly and lovingly at Harry HarIJsDd and seemed seemedto
to want w iit him by his side and when ho died they he had hedI1 hadhim J Jhim
him I1 m stuffed and mounted so that for f r all time v W Wmight we wemight e emight
might all of Us us i know what a Triceratops lookedlike looked lookedlike lQorodlike
like likeI
I do not think another egg is is likely to be foundand found foundand fouOOand
and if ifit it is tai chances ehap cs arc against it being hatched hatchodsuccessfully hatcbodsuccessfully hatchedsuccessfully
successfully for it is unlikely isunlikely that being so awfullyold awfully
old Id it itwjJl will be fresh enough enoughSuch enoughSltchthirig enoughSuehtlting
Such Sltchthirig thirig I think are arein atom in the main merely acci accidents accidents accideitte
dents and su B strpl cl1 l accidents rarely happen twice twiceHarry twieHam twiceHarry
Harry still stillmourns mouriis the untimely death of his pet petfor petfor petsfor
for he thinks 1i 1 iiii Ought to have lived along time but buftAvhen buthcu butwhen
when hcu ono one considers how many ages he lay ay there th re in inthe inthc itthe
the roCk itsa its o a wonder he lived at all allPinks aliPi allPinky
Pinks Pi perhaps isthe is the only one who is i really ani andtruly anitruly anitruh
truly glad ghtdth th < < j Triceratops Xricer tops died for they were dread dreadfully dreadfully dreadjealous ¬
fully jealous of o each other and when Tri en endeaAorcd endeavored
deaAorcd to tocli climb nb up on Harrys lap Pinky Iwayi dw thwsygtried Iwayitried lY lYtried
tried to t bite his tailIf tailIf tail tailIf
If at any ft tima th H you happen to be in Walertown Walertownto W ntcrtore 0 0to ato
to Harrys house and mention my name when wh n bo bowill 00will
will gladly gbjxirsK sAA alipw you > u the great creature in the grand gramdhall
hall 811 ul wljich chi lio 1 Bolas jhas hais built for him Although h hb genotr genotrclly gUIrdly i4
clly qnargesfifty G gbarges r cs fifty ftr cents admission ad on to too other r people poo lc helets hs hslets hslets
lets ms my little fiends see him for nothing nothingWALTMcDOTJGALL nothmgW nothingWALT

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