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OHE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE 5 JUNE 1G, 1907.
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L "Now let me sec," thought Fluffy; "what is there I've not tried?"
And though her smile was hopeful, somehow she softly sighed
But all discouraged feelings she promptly put away
And brightly said. "I know 1 11 think of something nice to day."
2. "Suppose I start a Tea Room; I've lots of cups and spoons;
I m sure it will be crowded on pleasant afternoons.
The fashionable ladies will all droo in for tea:
1 11 hire some pretty white capped maids, not morethan two or three.
3. With great enthusiasm Fluffy Ruffles flew around.
And in a good location she fortunately found
A most attractive room done up m palest green and white
And when she added palms and flowers it was a pretty sighl
'.The Tea Room was a great success; customerljcrowded in.
And every dav at five o'clock ihere was the usual dirv.
Of tinkling spoons and clinking cups and ladies' charming chat;
"How are you, love? " ' Yes. I won ten." What an exquisite had"
But somehow as the days went by the men began to th
Of all concoctions in the world, tea was their favorite c
So they flocked to Fluffy 's Tea Room, they monopolized the chairs.
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na wnen.tne.iady guests arrived they greeted inem witn, stares.
6. Poor Fluffy wis distracted a.nr?
For by her earnest effort she had built up quite a tradeT
But she couldn't keep on that way, so she cave it up and sold
The good will stock and, fixtures to Miss Olivia Old.
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