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n. y. 1 thing you have to lern, a
store manadger telly 1 of the gurls
that he was hireing to hold down a
job back of the counter, is not to
take the customers too htterly
& the gurl dident know what he
was talking about, but she says,
righto to him & let it go at that
why did you say that to her, a vis
itor in the man's ofQse tells him
just becaus of a littel thing that
t happened in this store last week &
I which made 1 of our best customers
f sore at us, so he wont do no more
' trademg heer, the manadger explains .
this fell came in & bought a shirt,
the next day he comes back to the
shirt counter & says to thegurl
there can i change my shirt here
& this gurl went rite up in the air.
I shood say not, she tells him, hol
lering for the house deteckative, if
you want to change your shirt you
had better go home & do itr& it took
the floor manadger a long time to
ecksplane to ler that he wanted to
eckshange the shirt he bought for
but by this time the man was gone,
madder than a wet hen
r THE TRUTH
- Sister Did Grace tell you the
truth when you asked her her age?
Brother She did.
Sister What did she say?
V Brother She said it was none of
bny business. Judge. .
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clump of trees over there?"
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"Father, dear, do you consider it
sinful to be envious of others?"
"Of course I do, Helen. Extremely
"Then I'm afraid I'll have to get
a sealskin coat like Polly Gardner's,"