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them up. The next morning he sent Charlie Thomas out to fix up the car so it ,would run or else tow it in, and Charlie found out there was nothing the matter with it except it was out of gas. When Walter told me about it, I said that was what he deserved for not patronizing the Interurban."
" We don't patronize it ourselves."
" I hear enough about it in the daytime without riding on it at night."

Mrs. Taylor shuffled the cards and Louis resumed perusal of the Star.
" The old U. S. is a pretty good country after all," he said presently. "Listen to this: ` The Netherlands' unemployed now include 26,000 skilled and 24,000 unskilled workers.' And listen: `A large proportion of Belgium's population still wear wooden shoes.' You wouldn't think that was possible in this day and age!"
" I imagine," said Mrs. Taylor, " that there are some places in the United States where people-don't wear any shoes at all."
" Oh, sure, but not a large proportion; probably a few of those backwoods Tennessee mountaineers. And of course the colored people in the small towns in Georgia and South Carolina. You see lots of them, passing through on the train, that never had a shoe on in their life. I remember a place named Jesup, Georgia, a kind of junction. There was No, that wasn't Jesup; it was some other place, some place the boss and I went through on the way to Daytona that time. I guess I told you about it."
K Yes," said Mrs. Taylor.
" You wouldn't believe the way some of those people live. Not all colored people, either; white people, too. Poor white trash, they call them. Or rather, ' po' white trash.' Families of four and five in one room. Mr. Parvis said it was a crime and kept wishing he could do something for them."
" Why didn't he? "
" Well, he's hardly got money enough to house and clothe the
whole South and it wouldn't do any good to just pick out some one
town and try and better conditions there." " Why not? "
" It would be a drop in the bucket, and besides, other towns would hear about it and pester the life out of him. I reminded him he was taking the trip to get away from care and worry for a while and he ought not to fret himself about other people's busi-

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