If we alledge, The Truths that we find there, I guarantee you that after they've eaten what they cooked enough times, these buyers don't load up toomany Moon Pies to send to Wisconsin, or beach towels for Hiawatha, Kansas. [Horatia in an agony throws herself at his feet, exclaiming] O noble man! for the sake of all you love.... 北京pk10投资官网 I guarantee you that after they've eaten what they cooked enough times, these buyers don't load up toomany Moon Pies to send to Wisconsin, or beach towels for Hiawatha, Kansas. 鈥楾his opened our eyes to a peril in the infant Church, of which you probably never would dream. Ellie and I set to counting up young maidens who are of a suitable age to become brides,鈥攚ell-educated, nice girls,鈥攁nd came to the conclusion that a kind of fashion is setting in not to marry. The Native delights in imitating the European. The girls see that most female Missionaries, whom they love and honour, are unmarried. They enjoy freedom.... Christian women are at a premium. Widows are eagerly sought as Bible-women.... CHAPTER V They strive to save themselves, in all they can; 鈥楴ov. 18, 1891. Maggie could not speak, but she put out her arms to receive the tiny baby, while Mumps snuffed at it anxiously, to ascertain that this transference was all right. Maggie鈥檚 heart had swelled at this action and speech of Bob鈥檚; she knew well enough that it was a way he had chosen to show his sympathy and respect. That thing took off like a house afire. The first year we made about $30,000 profits on sales of$250,000, which went up to $350,000 in no time. When I saw that shopping center catch on the way itdid I thought, "Man, this is the forerunner of many, many things to come." And I decidedwith no moneyto amount to anythingto go into the shopping center development business myself back in Arkansas. Iwent down to Little Rock just on fire with the idea of being the pioneer shopping center developer there. What they had was a Ben Franklin variety store inNewport,Arkansasa cotton and railroad town ofabout 7,000 people, in the Mississippi River Delta country of easternArkansas. I remember riding downthere on the train from St. Louis, still wearing my Army uniform with the Sam Browne belt, and walkingdown Front Street to give this storemy dreamthe once-over. A guy fromSt. Louisowned it, and thingsweren't working out at all for him. He was losing money, and he wanted to unload the store as fast as hecould. I realize now that I was the sucker Butler Brothers sent to save him. I was twenty-seven years oldand full of confidence, but I didn't know the first thing about how to evaluate a proposition like this so Ijumped right in with both feet. I bought it for $25,000 $5,000 of our own money and $20,000borrowed from Helen's father. My naivet about contracts and such would later come back to haunt mein a big way. I guarantee you that after they've eaten what they cooked enough times, these buyers don't load up toomany Moon Pies to send to Wisconsin, or beach towels for Hiawatha, Kansas. A few recollections, jotted down by three of her nieces, may close this chapter:鈥?