Undaunted, Woolley and Allen boldly entered him in the Kentucky Derby when a slot in the 20-horse field opened up.
Woolley hitched the horse to the back of his four-wheel-drive and traveled 1,500 miles to Churchill Downs.
If it is, it may be that the slump in the piano trade has caused Mr. Woolley to turn from musical instruments to cancer cures.
He was arrested at our house on March 12th, 1865, by Colonel Woolley's officers.
"Just the matter of thinking," said Dr. Woolley, very soothingly and in a voice which disarmed Suzanne and held her.
The "one guard" detailed to accompany me was General Woolley.
Woolley came back to report, that Col. Trimble heard what had happened.
Delightful book Mr. Woolley has written about your adventures.
Why don't you wait, as Dr. Woolley suggests, six months or a year?
Both of them often visited a very thrifty widow by the name of Woolley.