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  • He was a perfectly handsome little boy; but you might call him a blubberhead if you wanted to, him always being scared silly and pestered and rough-housed out of his senses by his little girl cousin, Margery Hemingway -- Mrs.W. B.'s little girl, you understand -- and her only seven, or two years younger than Junior, but leading him round into all kinds of musses till his own mother was that demoralized after

    Somewhere in Red Gap

  • I worked forward, trying to keep straight from tree to tree; but I stumbled and tore my clothes and sprained my wrist, and blacked one eye the prettiest you'd want to see -- mighty near being a blubberhead myself, I was -- it not being my kids, you understand.

    Somewhere in Red Gap


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