"Ethel Morton At Sweetbrier Lodge" 1915 SMITH, Mabell S.C.

SMITH, Mabell S.C.

[247] pp.

The Goldsmith Publishing Co.


7 3/8" x 5"

"Carefully! O, do be careful, Ethel Brown! I'm so afraid I'll drop one of them!" It was Ethel Blue Morton speaking to her cousin, who was helping her and their other cousin, Dorothy Smith, take Dicky Morton's newly hatched chickens out of the incubator and put them into the brooder. "I have dropped one," exclaimed Dorothy. "Poor little dinky thing! It didn't hurt it a bit, though. See, it's running about as chipper as ever."

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