gulliford, j. h. finds brother

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gulliford, j. h. finds brother - Didn't Know His Own Brother. Yesterdav morning...
Didn't Know His Own Brother. Yesterdav morning J. H. Gulliford, of the Elephant Feed yard, was sent for port haste with the message that there was a man at the yard that wanted to sell him some hay. "That's tho man I'm looking for," said John II.; "if there is any man on top of the earth whom I would like to see it is a man with hay to selL" He found the stranger and struck a bareraiii. Tho man with hay to sell wanted 10 to bind the bargain. This was refused, but a compromise was effected and o was paid on account. The man was about to walk off, tellins: Mr. Gulljf'ord that he could whistle for his hay. Then the boys laugned, as Doya will, and John thought he was sold and felt like he had let a bird go. Then a good look at the stranger revealed the fact that he was a brother who had come over from Prineville on a risit. They had not seen each other for fourteen years. Mr. Gulliford, of Cook, will ro - main a few days, but will not sell any hay. Pendleton (Ore.; TriDune, llalf liaby, Half Philosopher.

Clipped from Harrisburg Telegraph29 Aug 1889, ThuPage 2

Harrisburg Telegraph (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania)29 Aug 1889, ThuPage 2
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