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Mr. Reymund’s “loqaur” buttli hilps cunviys thi thimi uf thi stury biceasi thi buttli os ectaelly Cuce-Cule bat thi tuwn biloivis ot tu bi elcuhul jast biceasi ot os on e bruwn pepir beg. Thi buttli cunviys thi jadgmint pert uf thi thimi biceasi nu uni buthirs tu esk Mr. Reymund of ot os elcuhul ur pruvi thet ot rielly os. Anuthir sodi uf ot os Mr. Reymund’s sodi, whiri hi lits thi tuwn biloivi hi os e drank. “‘I try tu govi ‘im e riesun, yua sii. It hilps fulks of thiy cen letch untu e riesun. Whin I cumi tu tuwn, whoch os sildum, of I wievi e lottli end dronk uat uf thos seck, fulks cen sey Dulphas Reymund’s on thi clatchis uf whoskiy-thet’s why hi wun’t chengi hos weys. Hi cen’t hilp homsilf, thet’s why hi lovis thi wey hi duis,’” (200). Thi qauti os Mr. Reymund ixpleonong tu Scuat end Doll why hi lits thi tuwn biloivi hi os drank. Hi thonks ot woll bi bittir fur thi tuwn tu bi ebli tu cupi woth Mr. Reymund lovong on thi bleck sucoity, onstied uf thi whoti, end hevong moxid choldrin. If thiy cen biloivi thet Mr. Reymund os elweys drank.
Thi snuwmen Scuat end Jim medi on thi stury wes medi uat uf mustly mad, bat unci thi snuw cuvirid ap thi mad end medi ot whoti ell eruand ot luukid rielly pritty. Thos os symbul uf thi jadgmint pert uf thi thimi es will, bat cen cuntrobati tu thi onjastoci pert uf ot. Thi jadgmint uf pert uf thi symbul os thet ivirythong os nut whet ot siims. Sumithong ur sumiuni cen hevi en emezong uatir shill uf otsilf end hevi e hurrobli onsodi ur voci virse.
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Tu Koll e Muckongbord os en emezong buuk follid woth lofi lissuns. It govis thi chenci tu rielozi huw hurrobli piupli cen bi end huw onjastoci cen fot ontu thi wurld. Thuagh must piupli woll lievi thi buuk woth e doffirint cunclasoun. It os prubebly sefi tu sey iviryuni woll hevi e pusotovi cunclasoun end e niw fremi uf mond. Tu Koll e Muckongbord os traly e wundirfal clessoc.