Sold For Three Dollars

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Sold For Three Dollars - SOLD FOR THREE DOLLARS. Mrs. Carrie Spancer -...
SOLD FOR THREE DOLLARS. Mrs. Carrie Spancer - Rosengrant - Paimrr Borrowed by Her Husband in Order That She Sign a Deed. Mrs. George Rosengrant - Palmer, whose husband, George Rosengrant sold her to Raymond Palmer for $3 in July, 1900, has decided to test the legality legality of the" "sale." She submitted to the three dollar business not because because she felt that she was compelled to, but rather because she believed that she could not get a worse husband husband than George. Recently, how ever, George "Dorrowea ner irom Palmer in order that 'she might sign a deed for sale of some property in which she had a dower interest. This revealed to her and even convinced her that she was worth more than $3. Incidentally it might be stated mark, and decreed that he would get rid of her. He is an original man and therefore an original thinker. He hied himself to his cousin Rayrffond Palmer, who lives on the South Mountain, between Noxen and Forkston, taking with him his wife and one child. His mission, he said, was the sale of his wife. Now Raymond was lonely and a busy man withal. He had no time nor inclination inclination to scurry around after girls or to attend ice cream parties. But he wanted a wife - Here was his opportunity opportunity and after some haggling, the sale was concluded, the purchase money being $3, and the child "thrown

Clipped from The Scranton Republican24 Feb 1902, MonPage 8

The Scranton Republican (Scranton, Pennsylvania)24 Feb 1902, MonPage 8
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