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Joseph C. Lincoln

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CAP'N DAN'S DAUGHTER 

by 

JOSEPH C.  LINCOLN 

1914 

CAP'N DAN'S DAUGHTER 

CHAPTER I 

The Metropolitan Dry Goods and Variety Store at Trumet Centre was
open for business.  Sam Bartlett, the boy whose duty it was to take
down the shutters, sweep out, dust, and wait upon early-bird
customers, had performed the first three of these tasks and gone
home for breakfast.  The reason he had not performed the fourth--
the waiting upon customers--was simple enough; there had been no
customers to wait upon.  The Metropolitan Dry Goods and Variety

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