Her Prairie Knight: And Rowdy of the "Cross L"

Her Prairie Knight: And Rowdy of the "Cross L"

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Her Prairie Knight: And Rowdy of the "Cross L"

Her Prairie Knight: And Rowdy of the "Cross L"

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"By George, look behind us! I fancy we are going to have a storm." Four heads turned as if governed by one brain; four pairs of eyes, of varied color and character, swept the wind-blown wilderness of tender green, and gazed questioningly at the high-piled thunderheads above. A small boy, with an abundance of yellow curls and white collar, almost precipitated himself into the prim lap of a lady on the rear seat.

"Auntie, will God have fireworks? Say, auntie, will He? Can I say prayers widout kneelin' down? Uncle Redmon' crowds so. I want to pray for fireworks, auntie. Can I?"

"Do sit down, Dorman. You'll fall under the wheel, and then auntie would not have any dear . . .

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