The life of Delilah Jones by A Unique Title For Me
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For visually challenged writers, the image shows an almost symmetrical brick folly with gothic style arched doorways at either side.
Delilah was the wife of gentle Jack Jones who worked hard plowing the fields, but they were not yielding crops like they once did and when the ox died, this labor became so strenuous that it caused Jack to start drinking. He was a handsome man and the ladies always chased after him, and even though he was a religious family man, sometimes he was tempted to stray. He started drinking whiskey from the jar in the 1920s, but when Prohibition came around, he decided to make his living by selling red-eyed gin.
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Delilah Jones by A Unique Title For Me
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