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He had a partner, he said, who was strong and determined, and they had presents, to get which he had mortgaged the last penny of his income.
Daylight mortgaged one of his Bonanza dumps with the Alaska Commercial Company, and tucked a letter of credit into his pouch.
More--he mortgaged all he possessed against the day of the auction, bought in the trained horses and ponies, the giraffe herd and the performing elephants, and, in six months more was quit of an of them, save the pony Repeater who turned air-springs, at another profit of fifteen thousand dollars.
Over fifty per cent are thralls by virtue of the fact that they are merely tenants or are mortgaged.
Anyhow, it was bigger than Rose could afford, for the farm was mortgaged for more than its value.