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In front of the store, in the foreground, is a green, and around a great pine tree a seat, carved with various designs and initials. In the Right,, rear, is seen the landing dock extending into the lake, beyond it the waters, and in the distance the hills on the farther side. There is a fringe of trees likewise on the extreme Right rear, and street is supposed to come in at Right front. TIME :A bout 4.30 on an August afternoon, the present day. AT RISE :T he boy, EZRA SWAZEY, is discovered standing dejectedly on the porch, one hand in his pocket, the other holding a scoop such as is used for coffee, sugar, etc. In front of him, on the green, stands HIRAM PETERS him self, sheriff of Carroll County, a tall, vigorous figure of a countryman, sunburned, with a shrewd but kindly face. He has a fringe of gray beard on his chin, but no mus tache. He wears a blue flannel shirt, trousers tucked into his boots, a waistcoat, no coat, and a slouch hat. The waistcoat is unbuttoned, his suspenders in evidence. On the waistcoat is pinned a shield, the badge of his office. EZRA (S pitting dejectedly on the green.) Which hoss won the first heat, Hiram? HIRAM What sthat fellers name that lives over to the Centre? Jimson. Don tbe cast down, Ezry, we cant all git to the Fair. (L ooking off, Left.
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Winston S. Churchill (1874-1965) has been called by historians "the man of the twentieth century." Prime Minister of Great Britain (1940-1945), Churchill won the Nobel prize for literature in 1953.
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