Issue 15 and Volume 1884 13.

HE WASN’T GLAD TO SEE HIM. A Detroit business man who had some property in Nevada left him by will, hired a young man to go out there last fall and look things over and make a sale, or leave things in the hands of an agent. The trip occupied about four weeks, but the young man returned in good health and with fair success. He did not receive that welcome he expected, and after leaving the office he met one of the clerks and said: “I don’t know what the trouble is, but Blank didn’t seem a bit glad to see me.” “Didn’t he?” “ No. On the contrary he acted as sour and cross as if I had been under suspicion.” “And you don’t know why he didn’t receive you with smiles?” “No.” “Well, I happen to know. He took out an accident insurance policy on your life…

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