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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 13 January 1900

SATURDAY, JAN, 13, 1900 DAVID'S CANARY. Dow a Little Boy Vton a Vletory Ovev Appotlte and Made Hta Ca-la pledl Slater Happy. i lt was almost time to dismisa school; and Miss Clark. the teacher, waa tell lng the children a temperapce story. Bhe knew just how to tell atoriea to amit little boys and girla, and this atory was a very sweet one, yet aad. too, and a good many of the girls had wiped the tears from their cheeks with their handku-cbiefs, but the boys were aahamed to cry, so they had looked up at the ceiling, down av tha floor, or out os? th* window to hide their wet eyes. When she had flnisbed her story. she aaidt MNow, don't you all think it dreadfr.l thing- to drink anything that ran make one drunk? You **e how much sorrow it causes, and how much wickedness, and how much money ia wasted in that way that could make people better and happler if naed Tightly. I hope not one of my dear boys or girla will ever touch a drop of any of these dreadfnl drinka.** "Whisky isn't bad. It...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 13 January 1900

SATURDAY, JAN. 13, 1900. *- ' .. ? FROM PQBT8M0UTH. P'-joeb) Itema.?Troubled Among Odd Fellowa. PoBTSBtOUTH, Va , Jsn. 9, 1900. There waa a grsnd coccert given at Sion Chureh Monday aight. Rev.Campbell preeehed an able ser BBon to bis eorgregatioB lsst Sunday evening Text John 1:1V. Tbe foHowing cfliee for I he Ebeneser Baptiat Sunday 8cr>ol were electad for tbe en*uir.g year: Jsmes Thomaa, Su Eerirtendent; W. A. Onnway, Asst. urerinter.dent ; Miss Meldors Hsll, aeeretsry ; A H MjeTS, treasurer; J. II. Heigh, librsrian; Joseph Thomaa, asst. librsrian: Miss Fanny A. D Con way, orgsnist; David ^svsge snd 1 W. Aliton.ssat crganist; Mrs. M. L Har rii. muaics) direotrees. Tbere will be election of efflcera of the Third Bspiiat fcueday School, Sun? day. the 14th irat. Tbe churehca of Portsmouth snd vi einity were largelv attended laat Sun alay. it being the fitat Sunday in the jesr. Wl st ia the Mibb ef Oree St., doing that Mr. J. B , is on sg ? Will she call him bsek apsin? I supnoae ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 20 January 1900

VOL. XVU, NO. 6s RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, JANU ARY 20,1900 PRICE 5 CENTS HOT WORK IN THE PHILIPPINES. COLORED TROOPS IN iiCTION. A FILlfINO OFFICIR'S TREACHERY-A<GEN ERAL'S ESCAPE A Tawa Captured.-St*aaee Report to Please the Saldieis. Saw Fb>bbabdo. Lusob, P. L, November 1, 1800. Dear Bditor:? We arrrred here from Calooean yee tarday. Orders eame for us to lesre La Loma, bat where we were te so no bodi- knew. We, seting aeeording.y moved Sunday to Oalooean. Tbe trlp waa through one of tbe most beautif ul sSretebes of eountry on earth. One who stays ia Menile all the while wouM tr.in* thia eountry e waate. but a trlp to the lotericr would prore dif feareat. Ererywhsre rou look you ean ?ea tbe eultiration of riee, sugar and bananss ln abuadenee. Tbe rioe teldB are green aad present a beaetiful appearanee as far aa you lookyou can aea this beeutitol pano rasBaaf naui?e*B bandiwork. Ha won der the eountry is so fertile, there are a aerf dczen rivers between Manila aad Ban Fe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 20 January 1900

CHAPTER I. Chrlstmas Eve. My name is John Douglass. 1 um a plaln-living, plnin-spoken man; and. Heaven knows, I never hare, and nerer shall. set up to be regarded as a Uterateur. Nevertheless, it has been suggested to me that certain advt-n tures through whlch 1 passed firt Chriitmases ago. and a year later, j were so very startllng. that I ought to cast them into the form or a narra Uve for other folks to read. I believe my frlends are, perhaps, right in this, and hence am beglnning to set down these extraordinary ad ventures; but I warn my readers they j must expect nothing more than a nar ratlon of facts. altogether unembel. lished by any graces of llterary style. It is unnecessary to detail the clr Cumstanccs whieh led me, who am by birth a gentleman, and who, even then, was not without some little money of my own, to take up my resldence In a oottage. whlch was little more than a hut. at the foot of a mountaln ls Walee. Sufflce it that a quarrel with a rela Mra had made me thus...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 20 January 1900

LBEFERS WILD RIDK Two Honrs Aloft oa the Fan of a Bnzzing WlndmilL Foraaevly He Waa Plaia ?Bootan ta Hia FeUow Cltlaeaa of Frniivalr, OaU., But How Tker Call Hlaa r4ln? of tho Air. The San Franciseo Examlner aaya that after a few more misadventures ln hia own inimitable style, as the pro gramoies say, the people cf Fruit ile may aak Alsinus Gustarea I-eeper to give regular performances. He is sa original in his method of mtxing up -with trouhle. I Not losg ago Mr. Leeper, alias "Boots," built himself a tall barn that -waa the prlde of Fruitvale. . The build er also ahiagled the structore at odd Ttimea, climbing to work by means of a ladder inaide the walla. .On the day he completed the job Mr. Leeper thoughtlesaly nailed shinglcs over the ?opemng abo-e the ladder, thus shut ting off all means of escape. Mr. Leeper yelled for help, but his folks ?were away vfrom home and -ihe neigh Dors thought he was celehrating- the ?corapletlon of the barn. The Fruit -vale hook and ladder company ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 20 January 1900

Pahllshed every Baturday by John Mltchel Jr ,at 811 North Fonrth street. 1 ' - ? JOHN MITOHELL, JR . EDITOR. AHeorrmuniranonaintennon ror pnhlleatli anoald be aent so aa to reach ua by Wedneaday.! TK&M8 IN ADVANCS. ? ?ae Copy. one year--^1 j Oae Copy,aight raenths,._._ _,0 One Copy, alx montha.~...._~..?..^?..?.^. jt One Sopy, four montha,.?..8 &e Copy, three montha,. 4 igle Copy_..?. ".a ADVKBTI8INQ KATE8. K' one lneh, one lnBerUon..._^?...___._| | one iuch each aubeequent insertlon.!. 1 Fortwe laehee,thrae montha..._? SO Par two lnahea, alx montha." 100 For two lnehea. nlne montha. 14 0 For two lnehea, tw?lv? montha.'. 30 0 ?arrlage and funeral notloea,. 6 Btandlng and tranalent notloea per llne... . 1 POSTAGE STAMPS OF A I -NOMINATIOi KIOHER THAN TWO CENTS .^OTRKCF'VEI DN SUB8CRIPTION8, ? Tbbi-lakbt la lasued weekly. The subaertp *? ?rt?? ls 81..V) a year. ln advanee. F Thera are roca watb by whlch money ean b SSBt by mall at our rtak?ln ? Poet Ofllee Mone Onhr;kyBwk Chec...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 20 January 1900

SATURDAY, JAN. 20, 1900 KOMANCE IN AN EGG. Yolk Flnds a Husband for a Pretty Illineis GirL i , Oaasa That I.ald the Rolarn Kaa Matt I W*v* Take a Seat la tke Baek troond for the Haa That f Lald tho Kaa af Love. | Many castles in 8pain were bnllt out ef the war over Cuba, one of them de veloping from the romance of an egg. A year and a half ago, when the call for volunteers went forth, a simple farmer's girl out in Illinois did a very aimple and sentimental thing. She wrote her name and address, "Margaret Gehl, Casey, I1L," in her fprettiest schoolgirl handwritrng on an ^gf[. Then she put the egg in a case that was being packed in a box for crfarket. Then the egg traveled in a case from minois to the Boston commission ma> keta, and flnally met Charles G. Duffy, a *hef of Lowell, Duffy read the in acrlptlon on its shell. The eharacter manifest ln the dainty ?hlrography im pelled him to send a word of greetTng to the romantic maidan. The invitation faacinated snd became fixed in his...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 20 January 1900

THE GIRLS OP SAMOA. __?y Wrar Kllt SUlrta and Neoklaeti J ?f Bhaik'i Teeth and Are Born Coqaeltn. The girl of Samoa is a born coquette,' tall of romance and natural grace. Her f aaoal costume ia a necklace of shark'a teeth, aome metal earringa and a ahort! aldrt. The number of shark'a teeth in ? W necklace 1* the measure of her popu tertty among her admirers. The more teeth the greater the belle. From the time she is ten years of age Aa begina to make eyes from behind a Watntlfully carved fan. Aa uaual with soquettes, she la fickle in the extreme, Aia "well aa romautle. Her nature is as ?arce aa that of the warriors of her aauntry, and ahe ia a thorougbly ?lned athlete as well. She is skillful the use of arms and is cruel snd re* itlesa in wsr. She is equal in strength ?%* saany of the Samoan warriors. Yor dress occaaions the older Sainosn alrla wear the same costume aa a man. Thia ls a kilt or piece of drapery wound about the waist ln a manner whieh aaems to a foreigner nothing sho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 20 January 1900

SATURDAY, JAN, 21, 1900 RKMARKABLE WOMAN. Jilas Kanale W. Taalaon Sewa. Palat* ssi Bmbraldera wt<th Her TeetB aad T?Dtir. It haa often been said tbat a woman's snost trust worthy weapon ls her tong-ue. bnt lt has been left. to Fannie W. Tuni aon, of Bag Harbor, L. I., to show the World what a very useful organ the |-]osaal organ really ia, says a Philadel g>hia Times correspondent. Thirty years ago Miss Tunison was born, and, to the grief of her parents, ahe was found to be suffering from a form of infsntile paralysis whlch total ly incapaeitsted her from using elther her upper or lowe'r extremities. Her parents were only poor farmerav in a small way of bualncss, and Fannie's affliction not only welghed reavily upon their minds, but upon their pockets as well. BirV Miss Tunison has turned her ahortcomings to good account. De prlved of the use of her limbs, she gets along perfeetly well with her tongue, and paints, embroidera and" writes a better hand?or rather meuth?than tnost...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 20 January 1900

SATURDAY JAN. 13, 1900, T. M. U A. Notea. The boys' litarary laat Tuesday waa very iotereating. Reeiiation by Cbaa. Tinaley, aeleet reading. Frsnk Bae ahus; curreat topia*, Joaeph Browa ; soto, Pres Joseph bsker; dnei, Joseph Brown snd Joaeph ?11 ts. Prof. b H. Peytoa, after a long atsy in Wai h.ngtoa, v. C, is in th* oity. The prsyer meeting and Bible elsss were well attcded lac>t Tuesdsy night. Members or the Tuetday night Bible alaaa led qnite a surprise on our gen atal seereiary, 8. C. Burrell. by msk ing his little dsughter. Uattie Augnsta Burrell a gift ss a token of appreeia tion for him. Mother snd father are very gratefu). Through the kindcaaa of Mr. H. B. Burwell, we were pressnted with a very handaome piano atool. whieh waa much needed We thank Measra. Geo. James. H. O. Carter and Msster Ueo. H*. Jsekson for the Daily limss, Dir pateh ard Leadtr. The attendanee to tha 'itlinetion ?n the Sundsy fcchool lesson last Sat anrday was good. The scmmittee on almahouae work and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 27 January 1900

VOK XVII, NO. 7, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1900 PRICE 5 CENTS MORE NEWS FROM THE PHILIPPINES. A THBILLING EXPERIENCE. Colored Boy's Capture?Well Treated by Filipinos. Acuinaldo's Message-Work on the Firing Line. B-MBSB, Lczok, P. I.,Nov. 8/09. Dear Editor: Tbe week has been quite newsy. We have been buming up refnse whieh is quite abundant and the town is now in gcod eondition. We had ?o eoo struet erematories by digging bolea 10x12x6 deep, and lay raila across buildiog the fires underneath and throwing tbe dirt on the raiis. In thia wav we burned up eonaiderable rub biah. At thia point.it would be wise for me to deaeribs the aituation aa much aa our space will allow. The j trains run from Manila to a. point about 3 milei beyond Angeles and is indieated by a cross on the msp. The supplies brought by trains are here I loaded on carraboa esrts and eacort wagons. The latter also brings the' mail. and is brought bere to Bamban where the railroad begins aad is seat ?p toD...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 27 January 1900

CHAPTER II. > - Christmas Day. Chnstmas morning dawned bright auad <. lear. I had had but little slecp. th* ?exdtement, consequent on my noctur *tal adventure, had kept me awake un tlj two or three: and even then I had -ar.ly fallen asleep to dream of a super tatively beautiful woman with lustrous ?jres and pale golden halr, who led ma among mountain snows in valn search ?*b after hldden treasure I could never flnd. I dlpped my face into a bowl of ice ?old water; then, feellng refreshed and ahorouRhly wide-awake, drank a cup of cocoa, and sallled out, lntendlng to anake a more substantlal breakfast on tasy return. The moment I opened the door, Nero? ?who had spent the night in an out taeuse?came up and fawned upon me, wagging his tall and looking wistfully Into my face, as If doubtful of his wel ?come. I was angry with him, and yet in ??my heart I cojld not altogether blam* ?Iklm; for, in thlnklng the whole c&se '-?ver during the night. I had come to the conclusion that th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 27 January 1900

?FIVE -FLIQHTS UP." Rickety atslra .and ttckety cfcalra. Aad riekety tables. too; (The klnd gods answer my dalry prayera With beautiful dreams of you!) A broken bust of the wlae and just ? (Ah. life and 1ame are fleet!) All save my heart ls dtm with dust. Aad that'* whire your fa.-e is awect! If you were her*?but the future knowt Alone when your faee I'll aee? Tou'd lure the red of the Utest rose To tbat ruined vaseTor me. If you were here! . . . How th* w_t wish thrills liy heart aa the words I write! If yoo were here with your klnd eye*. dear If you only were here to-nlght! The wlnd's abroad aad tke stars aredaad The world and tho storm's at Btrlf : But still the slnger must write for bn _d Fot the bltterest bread of Hfe. I had1 rather sleepaa the dim skleo w< . p Tho skies that have los their blue: To drift to the gsrden of dreams and rvap Beautiful dreams of you! Bnt here ls a aoag for you?soft and swee As ever a song may be? For it bears your name, and what Is fann To the mu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 27 January 1900

-_*?----= '?? i _a P-hlls hed evorv Faturflav t>- John Mltche'. Jr_ at 811 North Foorth Htreet JOHN MITOPELT. JR . EDITOrt All cotrrr-ncsttcrs irterflefl forpnnlleatlo sfcoalrt He ?en? so as to reacb us by Wedne*day TBEMS IM ADYA_.CS. ?aa Copy, on* y*ar_.-_______41 5* One Copy, etghi month*-_._._, i o* OneCapy, alx montha,.?._.?.... jm One Copy, fomr montha,._.M BneCopy. tbre* montha._._. *o ttngle Copy_.. Qft ADVEETISING RATKS. For one ln*b, one lnsertlon...___.._$ so For one lnch aacb subaequent insertloa.. BE For two Inches, three montha..__ a 0* For vwotnehea, alx month*. 1000 For two iaehea. nlne months. 14 oo For two lnchew, tw?l-<- months. 30 00 Marriage and funeral notloes,. 50 Standing aud translent notloee per line. 10 POSTAGE 8TAMPB OF A _*NOMINATION BIOHER THAN TWO CENTS *QT RECEIVED ON SUBSCRIPTIONS. iHiPujrr la laraed weekly. The subecrtp tton prtoe lstl.SOa year.ln advanoe. There are roua vati by whlch money ean be sent by mail atour rlnk?in _ Post Ofllee Money ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 27 January 1900

SATURDAY, JAN. 27, 1900 ? ? ? ?? ? - -? . i... COMEDY OP ERRORS. ?>iTort? Biil Filed in Chioago Bo taiia Wailt of W?e. U? Faj?M4?* App?w In CmiH ??* tmrtmm trvwm m IHMilrvM lAeattltr i The final saeae of a oomedy of er fcora, with two Joh* WUfe and two BCary Wilhi m the ohief aetora, was ?nacted in Juatfoe Dooley's court in the ^faxwell atreet police station a4 ChJ mgo the other day. John WilL of 680 WMt Fourteenth street, wai bcfore the puatice, eharged by his wife Mary with 2?We abandonnient. John Will, of 88 jClyboorn avenue. waa in the courtroom P*ith, hja wife Mary, tjo prove to her Vhai there waa another man of hia tname, having a wife with her name, pund that the other man waa the real knthor of a divorce suit against Mary pVHl recently filed by John Will tn the jdrcoit court. The whole comedy waa fcronght to light through Attorney Em paett Qare, counsel for the John Wll? mt Weat Fourteenth street. For many years John Will has kept * aaloon at 88 Cljbourn avenue. His Mrlfe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 27 January 1900

ABOUT SHOPLIFTEKS. They Carry On Their Nef ari ous Trade ia City Stores. l*ra>Ceaslanala Ara Eircrdlaglr O-rrr, Bnt Amatenra ArcOsasht Brtoro TTaer Oaa Saaniw MBfh rinadcr. [Speclal Chleaao Lettar.) "-JVt WOMAN dresaed in a neat-fittiag ?l\ ralny-day skirt and a stylish Eton jacket was examining ex -BaBasIve laces at one of the big dry 4**eoda stores in Chicago. Her hat was aat the latest make and bore the unmii Vsaakable air of Paris about it. The day aa-aa stormy, and so she carried in her tsaad a dream of a silk umbrella o?a aahangeable shade something between* ^^UrP,e *nd * blue. The handle wss of aailkl silyer exqqiaitely *rubossed and aafiaved. Qne hand wsb neatly a"*"?Ved. The other was un covered. It V^ ls /rtTv h THE PROFESSIONAU -*?** white and soft snd the rings upon ttgitatened with precious stones. Itre "faired but a glanoe to see that the in wa* reflned and without ques ibelonged to what the world for lack asf *v better name denominates as the Btpper class of societ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 27 January 1900

SATURDAY, JAN, 27,U&00 THE REMEDY FAILED. flow One Wife Didn't Break Her Husband of Smokiag. Tbe Good Womti T-oaght She Waa Qalte Crafty, Bnt th* Old Maa Kept Riaht Oa with Hia reraloioaa Habtta. "It will only be neceasary for yotf to drop about half a teaspoonfnl of the mixture into this cup of coffee each morning," the circular said, "and the taste for tobacco will gradually depart from him. He may not cease the use of tobacco immediately, but within a week he will begin to abhor tobacco lf the mixture ia given to him' faithfully every mornlng." And ao the young wife, saya the< Bangor (Me.) Commercial, aent her little two dollars on and got a flagon ef the tobacco cure. "Pretty bum coffee thia mornlng,** bo remarked, dryly, the flrat time ahe' dropped. the half-teaspoonful of the' mixture into the cup i **It'e the aame as we've been uning right along,** ahe replied, craftily. Now, lo and behold! he waa a pretV ty amooth propositlon himself, and he* had, nnbeknowust to her, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 27 January 1900

JSATTKl'Ai JAN. 27, 1900,, SHOWED HIS NATURE. ', Tanird for Many Yeara, Kllla a Little Boj'i Pet Tcrrler l*vip wtth Oae Blow. Acawrdlng to the Grand Rapida ?f-Ileh.) Press one of the interesting 8fcatures of the grounds surrounding Ihe soldiers* home in that city is the fcear pen, just across the track from Ihe main building, and the old black ftnimal therein has been watched for ?ours at a time by the veterans when time hung heavily upon their handa. He ia said to be .inoffensive and en ttrely free from a quarrelsome disposi tlorx, and none of the old men would V**er have believed that the bcar would PTJPPY SCENTED A BONE. fcarm a kitten or break the crust on a They know differently now, how '. They saw a tragedy not long whieh changed their minds and ___8erlalT(y increascd their opiniona ? I V- Ainong the vis iu.: j> uae a;u-i?uon were a woman auui a little boy. Tht lud was a prct & little fellow, and he had one of ?e cute little terriera in hia arms. waa delighted over the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 3 February 1900

C_. XVII, NO. 8, KICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY. FERRUARY 3, 1900 PRICE 5 CENTS A WHITE LADY SPEAKS AGAIN, Senator Morgan's Assertions. THE INFAMY OF THE SLAVE TRADE A Glooiny Picture of Past Con ditions. AUTHORIT1ES CITED. Mr. Morgan of Alabama, in hiBl speeeh before the U. 8. Senate on Jan mary -th. in defendisg the attitude of the South towsrd the Negro ssid: "It is most diiagreeable to every honorable man in the South to listen from year to ysar to aeeusations against our Southern people of frauds in eieetiors. Nor is it any relief to know that equal or more dangerous frauds are praoticed on white men in Northern States If Southern white men have falsifled eleetion returos. they hsve the etronger, if not tha bet ter resson that they are aeting upon the same law of self-dstenee that in Bulted and ootraged human nature re sorts to for the proteetion of homes and families, women and ehildren, from a race that sets at defianoe all moral restrsiats apon their brutal de aires and fllls ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 3 February 1900

CHAPTEK III. My Friend Gwynne. Agaia Chrtstmas was approachlng laat. I was debatlng within myself ?Brher*- and how I should spend lt, when the matter was settled for me ln a somvwhat unexpected fashion. I got tais letter from my old friend, Sir Har ?Id Gwynne? "IIy Dear Douplass-1 want you to spend Ohristma-. at Deepdene. My sis- I %sr ls sendlng you a formal invltation, ' aad I am writing this private line to make you understand I shall look upon II aa a personal favor lf you'll come. I want to see you most particularly. There are some very decent people here. I feel sure you would get a rather i Jolty Chrletmas. "Your* ever, HAROLD GWYNNE." "Whea I got this letter, I wasn't tw? mlnutes ln deciding to go to Deepdene. I slmply rouldn't have refused Harold Gwynne a favor. 1 l<>ved him too well and owed him too much. We had known each other fully twenty years, and once, when we were out boatlng together, he had saved my life at dead ly perll to his own. Ever since that time we h...

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