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maybe two thousand would be enough. Artie tried to argue with her that she ought to make a settlement for at least fifteen thousand dollars but Beatty said no no no I would be ashamed of myself all my life if I did such a thing why it's just like blackmail no if I can only get enough until I can get back to work again that's all that I want. So Artie said all right I will get this friend of mine to see your banker boy friend and I will let you know what happens.
So then I went out of the kitchen door to get some lettuce from the garden for supper and it gave me such a shock to see Danny was in the garden standing against the wall that was between the kitchen window and so I knew he must have been listening and I wondered why he was interested so suddenly in Beatty and what was happening to her. He moved away when he saw me and said it's a nice evening isn't it ma then he went around the front way up to his room. I didn't like it and I couldn't tell why Danny was so anxious to listen.
The next Tuesday night then Artie came home and he said here Beatty I've got something for you. And Artie showed her a check for two thousand dollars. And he said I won't argue with you Beatty but I still think you're an awful fool. Anyway he wants his letters and he wants you to sign an agreement saying you won't make any further demands on him but our lawyer says that it wouldn't do him any good. Technically any settlement he makes won't release him from being responsible for the whole sixteen years. So you see Beatty darling the whole thing depends entirely on you. Well said Beatty he can have his letters and he can have my word of honor that neither he nor any member of his family will ever hear of the baby ind that I'll never ask him for another cent.

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