On June 27 a clear sunny day, people in a village gathered in a square between the post office and bank to participate in the lottery.
Each person gets a piece of paper and can only open it when it's time to realize the paper with a black dot. Later, when the village finished Mrs. Hutchinson's husband got the black dot and Mr. Hutchinson wife, Tessie, got very mad.
Be a good sport Tessie!
You didn't give him time enough to take any paper he wanted. I saw you. It wasn't fair!
Shut up, Tessie.
Mr. Hutchinson's family must receive slips of paper and see who gets the black dot.
One by one each family member opened up their papers and none had a black dot except Tessie.
In the end, Tessie had gotten the slip of paper with a black dot.
It isn't fair, it isn't right.
The children had the stones ready. Mrs. Hutchinson had screamed when they were upon her.