The Oakdale Affair

By Edgar Rice Burroughs

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78 2 1 Squibbs place!" Squibbs' place!"
80 6 4 Squibbs gateway Squibbs' gateway
84 6 1 Squibb's summer Squibbs' summer
85 6 1 thet aint thet ain't
85 7 5 on em on 'em
85 8 1 An' thet aint An' thet ain't
85 10 1 But thet aint But thet ain't
85 10 3 of em of 'em
85 10 3 of em of 'em
86 2 2 there aint there ain't
87 5 others' mask other's mask
88 6 1 Squibbs woods Squibbs' woods

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