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-hoes and he was very good at it and it saved such a lot of money. He could put new tips on even besides soles and heels and he had a little iron stand like a real shoemaker has and he knew how to sew the soles on instead of nailing them and he knew how to put copper tips on Danny's shoes. Shoes were so dear nearly two dollars a pair and the children seemed always to be needing them.
One night when Frank came home from club and I was feeling pretty tired I asked Frank was he sorry we had four children and he said no he wasn't sorry because maybe it was hard now but just think how wonderful it will be when they're all grown up and working and then we can sit back and rest. And then he said to me you don't mind Mary dear do you. And I said of course not Frank and I guess maybe I didn't because Frank was so good. So then Frank said but don't worry now about more children because we aren't going to have any because the doctor told me what to do. I guess I got kind of red and Frank laughed and he kissed me and said Mary if you had twenty children you'd always be like a girl about such things.
But just the same I worried and worried and worried about trying to make Frank's money do. Coal and wood and six people to feed and milk five cents a quart and meat eighteen cents a pound and fifty cents a week for insurance. I wanted to let the insurance go and just then papa died and when I saw how mama was able to pay for his funeral out of the insurance money and how she had a little left to buy a cigar store with I decided maybe we'd better keep it up.
Mama made the best of it and fixed up her little shop very nice. She put the Indian man down in the cellar because she said they were old fashioned now and afterwards a man gave her twenty-five dollars for it. She put in stationery too besides

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