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Mothers Cry

I laughed at myself because she was over there already so nothing had happened to her. The card only said how she wished us all a merry christmas and a happy new year and she was working and getting along fine and feeling great and not to worry about her and there was no address on the card at all. And I thought if only there was an address I could have written to her that Danny was in jail and she could come home again. After that about a year after I guess it was we got another card and she asked for us to please put an advertisement in the Times personal column to say we were all all right because she got the Times over there all the time. So Artie did and he said too that Danny wasn't home any more and after that we used to get postcards from her often sometimes once a month.

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FOR a few years the time passed quietly. Danny came out of jail but he went away to Chicago and I never had letters from him or anything except twice he sent me telegrams that he needed money once for twenty-five dollars and once for fifty dollars and I telegraphed the money like he asked me to but when I wrote him letters to the hotels where he told me to send the money the letters came back.
Jenny got engaged to Eddie Cooper and, after a year they got married. Jenny went to live with his mother first but old Mrs. Cooper died while Jenny was pregnant so they sold the

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