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The Project Gutenberg eBook, A Good Samaritan, by Mary Raymond Shipman
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A GOOD SAMARITAN
MARY RAYMOND SHIPMAN ANDREWS
Illustrated by Charlotte Harding
McClure, Phillips & Co.
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
"That'll get even Webster's Union for chargin' me two cents for
'soon,'" he chuckled
"Recky," he bubbled, "good old Recky--bes' fren' ev' had"
"Who's your friend, Billy?"
"Thank you--thank you very much--very, very much--old rhinoceros"
"So tired," he remarked. "Go'n have good nap now"
"Could he--couldn't he?"
At every station the conductor and Rex had to reason with him