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Mothers Cry

somebody and I couldn't ever think of anybody getting killed without thinking of all the trouble that went into tending a baby and all the money spent to send them to school and all the watching and loving and being afraid.
It was getting warmer and warmer now real spring and one night Beatty came home and said Mr. Hartman wasn't feeling very well and was going to take a spring vacation down in Virginia for a few weeks or maybe a month. Beatty said she wasn't feeling very good herself and she guessed she needed a rest too and she asked me did I think she might be caught because she was three days late. She had kind of a cold so I told her maybe that was the matter and she said yes I guess so. On Saturday Mr. Hartman left for Virginia and Beatty felt worse. She hadn't come around yet and she said she thought she was beginning to feel sicky. So after another week I told her to go to a doctor and he said no one could ever be positive so early but still with her symptoms there could be no reasonable doubt.
Beatty was quite pleased and she said she would write to Gerald and see what he said. Oh I do hope he's as glad as I am mother. It's about time I had. a baby. I'm nearly twentyfour and no woman is complete without that experience.
But I was terribly worried.
Beatty got an answer right away and she showed it to me. It sounded sort of stiff. He said he hoped she was telling the truth and that it wasn't just an excuse but he was sending her a check for a hundred dollars anyway so she could do what had to be done and not to ask him for more because he knew lots of doctors who took less.
Beatty looked kind of queer after that letter and I could feel how the letter was hurting her. Once I saw a man slap a

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