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Jepson Field Book volume 26 page 36 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 26 page 36
Mohave Desert. 2100 ft. --------- camps brushed into the store and saluting her said: "How's Sister Wilson? She drew herself together and gave hm a cold steady look with the inquiry: Can I do anything for you? After that he called her Mrs. Wilson. Sam of course, being worthless got into financial trouble and his creditors foreclosed on him. But Mrs. Wilson was beforehand with them. She had had the property, the hotel, the store and the saloon put into her hands, and she went to work, made a success of the businesses, paid off Wilson's debts, and they put the property back into his hands. When Pedro Sanguinetti at Yuma heard of it: "Dad ::::::::: 20 Oct. 1912. ---------- blast the fool woman (only the language was stronger than that) she has deeded it all over to Sam."! But that was a part of her idealism of Sam. It did violence to her great romance to think of doing otherwise. Sam was pretty good to her but dreadfully jealous; never allowed her to go anywhere. However he allowed her to go to La Paz on a Sunday with Miss Waterman for a holiday. He counted this an honor, that his wife should be noticed by the daughter of a Governor of California. And so they went holidaying to La Paz altho Sam reckoned it would be dreadful hard for him, it being Sunday and all the Indians came to town on that day.
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