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cigars and cigarettes and she kept candy for the children on the block and kept a newspaper stand outside. Then she had a telephone put in the store too and she let people on the block use it and they had to pay her two cents extra and when she called people down from their houses to talk on the telephone she charged three cents because she had to give the little boy that she sent a penny too. I thought mama was very clever to think of all that and Frank said yes mama was a good business woman. Jamey took a job in a factory where they were making horseless carriages because Jamey said pretty soon everybody would use them and he said it was a growing business too but Frank said Jamey was going too far when he said that some day they wouldn't ever use horses at all. Jamey gave mama half his wages and so mama wasn't bad off only now she was so busy she couldn't help me any more at all.
I wouldn't have minded half so much if it weren't for Danny but I had to worry such a lot about him all the time. When papa died mama gave me her phonograph. She said it wasn't right for her to play music when she was in mourning but with little children in the house it was different and'it wouldn't be such a sin if I took it in our house. It was a kind of old fashioned one and the records weren't flat like they were making them now but they were round and they called them discs. The Edison company wasn't making them any more and mama only had just six left. We all got to like the phonograph such a lot. We kept it in the parlor but sometimes I carried it in the kitchen and I played it when I was working or I played it for the children when they were good. And the children liked it so much. We had Annie Laurie and Nearer My God to Thee and Take Back the Heart That Thou Gavest and the Blue Danube and Sing Me to Sleep and Meet Me in St. Louis Louis Meet Me at the Fair. Oh we

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