Fessenden has built a huge radio transmitter in a place called Brant Rock, Massachusetts.
He had got on his father's spectacles and Fessenden's straw hat.
"You'll soon be used to getting it in the neck if you stay in politics," said Fessenden.
As for Fessenden's, then, he was less fortunate than the Judge's mastiff.
"I am sure I mentioned that we hoped to have him," murmured Mrs. Fessenden.
Mr. Fessenden thought that the measure ought to be passed, and passed at once.
Fessenden was platted in 1893, and in the election of 1894 was named Wells County seat.
The Senator from Maine (Mr. Fessenden) need not smile at my statement.
Early in the debate he spoke, and Mr. Fessenden replied to him.
Mr. Fessenden, in reply to Mr. Willey, emphatically disowned Mr. Sumner.