Another delightful little story!
Jake, if'n ah dinn't know bettah, I'd sway-ah yew dun growed up out there by the paw-paw patch somewhay-ah butween Macon and Kosciusko. or maybe Tuscalooosa and Demopolis. Great stuff!
Jake, this was yet another charming little tale leading up to what may be a happy ending. After Johnnie is 'let off with a warning and bound over to good behaviour' they may able to live happily ever after! Pete.
Maybe Johnnie could claim entrapment?? Very good, humorous story!
A bit different from your usual fare but still entertaining. Always glad to see one of your stories appear. I always know a good read is ahead.
With the highest regards
my great grand mother is named bernice silvers (madden) johnny was her uncle. they lived in a yellow house on bandana here in north carolina. this is an interresting story but nothing like the death of johnny. very cool to still know that my family has a place in history.
id like to talk to everyone about this. if anyone would want to.
He needed more than he had to stay straight -
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