The Clarion

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Samuel Hopkins Adams (1871-­1958) was an American author, born in Dunkirk, New York. He served as a reporter for the New York Sun before joining McClure's Magazine, where he became a crusader for improved governmental oversight of public issues like patent medicines. He is credited with influencing the passage of the first Pure Food and Drugs Act. His books include Revelry (1926), The Great American Fraud (1906), The Harvey Girls (1942), Grandfather Stories (1955), and ...
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Samuel Hopkins Adams (1871-­1958) was an American author, born in Dunkirk, New York. He served as a reporter for the New York Sun before joining McClure's Magazine, where he became a crusader for improved governmental oversight of public issues like patent medicines. He is credited with influencing the passage of the first Pure Food and Drugs Act. His books include Revelry (1926), The Great American Fraud (1906), The Harvey Girls (1942), Grandfather Stories (1955), and Tenderloin (1959).
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  • ISBN-13: 9781500916367
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 8/25/2014
  • Pages: 138
  • Sales rank: 1,173,896
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.30 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 23, 2013

    -Skylar Tekile Tomlinson- 1:1

    Skylar sighed, flipping another page in her book. Would this train ever get to it's second-to-last stop? It was taking forever. <br>
    She glanced up and out the window again, sighing heavily. "Come on, come on..." she bit her lip and furrowed her brow, closing the book and peering outside through the fog, half-fearing she would be let-down by yet another array of rolling hills and endless tracks. She had been on this train for hours, hours after her parents had dropped her off at the station. She was on her way to find her brother, who had auditioned for the X-Factor, and she was anticipating arrival to London more than ever. She couldn't wait to see Louis and his sisters, whom she'd missed for years because of incooperable parents and lack of communication, but just if the train would hurry to the small town train-stop before London....<br>
    She was not disappointed by the sight out the window, this time. A small city was nearing slowly through the thin fog, appearing among the midst of the gloomy wet air. Skylar gave a sigh of relief, glancing about her empty train compartment and then flicking her gaze back to the town. <br>
    Would anyone even get on? The place seemed tiny. Who could possibly be waiting here to go to London? <br>
    She didn't know whether to feel nervous or excited. She chided herself for such childish reactions towards being on her own for the first time, even at age fifteen, but heart heart gave the same frantic leap as it had at previous stops when the train slowed. <br>
    She bit the inside of her cheek, her gaze glued to the window. <br>
    In the station was but two people, and only one with luggage. And it was a girl. A girl who looked about Skylar's age. <br>
    <br>
    :3 Part one of many. Not the best, I know, but it gets better, trust me. O.o I think. xD ~Skylar Tekile Tomlinson ((yes, this is a 1D Fanfic. I see you judging. e-e You can't stahp dis rollin', doe!))

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 22, 2013

    You are at the WRITE place!

    Heh corny jokes. Please only post appropriate stories and remeber -have fun!!!

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