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Kate Barlow died a slow sore sorrowful death because she was bitten by a yellow spotted lizard She was famous for two things one of them was being the most feared outlaws in the entire West There was a logical reason for that and your probably wondering why she was called Kissing Kate right Well it was because when she shot anyone she would kiss them and leave behind her lipstick stain on one check so people would know it was her who did itThe stunning fine looking Kate was born in Green Lake 1863 The other thing she was well known for was making the most mouth watering delicious tasty spiced peaches and I suppose being the towns only teacher would be another oneIn the afternoon she would teach adults and most of them were young men who were only there for her instead of getting a brilliant education Trout Walker one of her students was a very unintelligent thick foolish stupid boy he didnt want to learn and in fact he was proud that he was stupid Hes father was the richest man in the country and everybody in the town expected Kate to marry him but that was not the case Trout asked Kate if she would like to go on a journey on his new boat but she however said no He got really furious and fuming because he always gets everything he wants and never get no for answer but this time it was different Personally in my opinion I dont think she was trying to be hard to get I think it was her way of letting us know how serious genuine and severe she was about her work On the other hand Kate had feelings for someone else hes name was called Sam He sold Onions and had a Donkey name Mary Lou that was about fifty years old and ate nothing but raw onions Sam was
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