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He came out to Jess Morse immediately, smiling and bowing like the suave storekeeper he was.
The storekeeper informed Mr. Bradford and Roly that the ashes of the dead were deposited in boxes in these houses.
Ike Martin, the storekeeper, had onions already sprouted in his little garden-patch, and he had sown some barley.
Nothing that I see,” said the storekeeper, “except to take it comfortable here to-night, and go over with Jeff in the morning.
THE RIVAL CAMPERSRUEL PERLEY SMITH
Up early and to the Dock, and with the Storekeeper and other officers all the morning from one office to another.
Nobody wanted to pay for the cream eaten, and as he could not furnish the bouquets the storekeeper could not collect.
THE ROVER BOYS ON THE FARMARTHUR M. WINFIELD (AKA EDWARD STRATEMEYER)
The Sergeant went through the storekeeper's pockets with a deftness that bespoke experience.
Before he had done speaking the guards had the storekeeper seated on a log, and were shearing his hair.
"Yes, it must have been that, my boy," the dazed storekeeper answered.
A large thumb to take a large pinch of the gold-dust meant a good many extra dollars to the storekeeper in '48 and '49.
STORIES OF CALIFORNIAELLA M. SEXTON

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