whistling girl 18 may 1881

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whistling girl 18 may 1881 - bull in his Sara little show turnips formerly....
bull in his Sara little show turnips formerly. in a hat ? foet Harriet, gored? see conductors Europe a one toward woman: "If I have to live iu louse with you, you'll be the n it. I can tell you." Once I heard a noble fellow ing. He was toiling hard in the ield, cutting the sugar cane. I hink he was whittling for stage I can't say who he was, or was that furnished him the soul music, but "Way Down on the iiee River" came trilling forth in whistling melody. I don't think did the lad any harm. The cane- stalks toppled to the step of his L have an idea that my whistler not as weary that night as if counted the strokes he made, and ratted abott the illfate which iad brought upon us doing what iad no business to. Girls, if you whistle because :ks itself, go ahead and whistle. [ hope you have no such time rour mouth in position as I do, remember once we were to have vhistling chorus. You know the words of command go: Once, mcker--whistle. I had lots of mt I couldn't pucker. But what neant to say is, when a happy s doing the singing, the talking rhistling--or even a sad one that rying to drive away its loneliness-- teople don't stop to call it rude. There was a little girl--a oily soul--coming home from would join in snowballing with toys (oh, of course it was rude), u the sport she would be often with snow. But what boy among, hem would not have almost laid us life for her? If a thumb was a finger cut she would tie it alk the owner into thinking it mrt him much. "When she was! grown and married--nevr a more ·oted wife--she was still so Will that little boy forget that ook that heavy lo id from off his

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  1. Fort Wayne Daily Gazette,
  2. 18 May 1881, Wed,
  3. Page 8

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