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A Hazard Of New Fortunes, Part 4 & 5

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A Hazard Of New Fortunes, Part 4 & 5

Not Long After Lent, Fulkerson Set Before Dryfoos One Day His Scheme For
A Dinner In celebration Of The Success Of 'Every Other Week.' Dryfoos Had
Never Meddled in any Manner With The Conduct Of The Periodical; But
Fulkerson Easily Saw That He Was Proud Of His Relation To It, And He
Proceeded upon The Theory That He Would Be Willing to Have This Relation
Known: On The Days When He Had Been Lucky In stocks, He Was Apt To Drop
In At The Office On Eleventh Street, On His Way Up-Town, And Listen To
Fulkerson'S Talk.

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