As for the storekeeper, he was evidently a familiar acquaintance.
"If you're gwine to pay for what you have, I might raise somethin' for you," said the storekeeper.
"Well, I want to sell things, but I am too ill to get up and wait on you," said the storekeeper.
I shall explain to the storekeeper that you are not responsible for your actions.
The storekeeper was a tall, portly man, with a gray mustache and side-whiskers, and a high bald forehead.
The expressman noticed it; so did Mrs. Skitson and the storekeeper.
A large thumb to take a large pinch of the gold-dust meant a good many extra dollars to the storekeeper in '48 and '49.
The storekeeper weighed out the candy and dumped it in a bag.
He handed it in silence to the storekeeper, and in silence went to the window again.
When Ralph arrived home, he told his mother of the storekeeper's offer.