Seth Parker takes in Robbie Turner and protects him from his cruel father Rube. When the father disappears, Seth intends to raise Robbie as his own son. The vindictive father attacks Mary Lucy, a neighbor's daughter who is also trying to help Robbie. Mary's boyfriend David rescues her and Rube runs off with his son. But not for long.
Ed Stephan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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That's still how we do painting of buoys and traps here in Jonesport --- if the brush still works, we just keep on using it until it literally falls apart or becomes totally board-stiff. I once respectfully asked an "old salt" about this, and he explained to me that the heavy sticky salt-water-resistant paint they use hardens and deteriorates paintbrushes almost right away, so they would lose money if they kept buying new ones all the time. See more
[arriving at the barn dance in a flustery huff after a bone-jarring ride over bumpy roads with Cephus in his tin lizzie
You folks is awful lucky that you still travel by horse-and-buggy! I hain't NEVER had such a ride in my life! Stone walls don't mean a THING to Cephus - - you ride with HIM and you go four miles forward and TEN miles UP AND DOWN!
Auld Lang Syne
Traditional Scottish 17th century music
Lyrics by Robert Burns
Sung a cappella by Phillips Lord
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