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earnest young man.
Two can live as cheaply as one.
TROUBLE IN STORE
The First Oh dear, what a lot of
people willvbe unhappy when I get
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"No; because he is unable to con-
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A young woman who found em
ployment in a telephone office,
though she knew little about the
work, had previously worked in a
large department store, where the
motto was, "We strive to please."
During the first day at the telephone
office when there was a ring at the
"What number, please?" vfihe
asked sweetly. v
"Give me 4-7-4-18."
"Oh, I'm so sorry,'' she replied,
4-7-4-18 in busy, but I can give you,
but we're quite out of I mean No.
4-7-8 or 4-7-5, if you wish." Pitts
THE HUMAN SPECTRUM
The grandfather was a red-blooded
Always in the pink of condition.
Even if he was greeg.
Grandmother was born to the pur
So she was blue-blooded.
However, take a look at - their
And has a yellow streak.
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