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A tramper by the wood shed

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I turned me all about, and there was a tramper by the woodshed door. He had not gentle looks like some trampers have. His beard did grow in the hobo way. And his appears did look like he knew not knowings of neatness. He stood there looking looks at that ham. He kept his looks on it, and he did walk right into the woodshed. He had asking if the mamma was at home. I said, "No, she is not. She is at the house of Elsie ." Then he says, "I guess I'll take this ham along with me."
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