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because now all the beautiful houses and the lawns and the dogs and the trees and the plots of grass in the middle they were all gone and it was all moving picture places and stores and apartment houses.
Mr. Landry said I must ask forty-five dollars now for the flat and I couldn't hardly believe it but the first day when I put out the sign a young couple came and took it right away and they said they would paint and paper it all themselves and I was glad because it would cost maybe seventy dollars and I didn't have any money at all. Mr. Landry said I must only send the twenty-two dollars like always and in a few years I wouldn't even have to send that because the mortgage would be all paid off and I could keep the rest for myself. And he said the house was worth twice as much now and in another ten years would be worth maybe four or five times as much as I paid for it and that I must never sell it without asking him.
It got to be terrible the way everything just went up and up and up. Coal was getting so high I hated to have to order it because when the bill came it was always such a lot more than I expected. Beatty said I must ask more for my sewing and then the girls helped me with some work I got making bead ornaments for Landry's. Jenny worked too on making sweaters and socks for the soldiers but Beatty wouldn't because she said she didn't believe in war. I didn't have much time to think about such things because now I had to work even harder than before even with the extra money.
I guess it was on account of Danny mostly.
Danny kept his job for about eight months and then he came home one time and he said he was let go because business was bad. But the man from his place came to see me and he said it was because they found Danny was stealing all kinds of little things from the office and he stole about four dollars

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