Mils Bennett had a colored maid who had been with her for eomo time. The girl left her and got inr.rried. A few months later she came to see Mrs Bennett. “Well, Maady,” asked the former mistress, “how are yon getting along?” “ Oh, fine, ma’am, thank yon,” the bride answered. “Is your husband a good provider?” “Yes, ’deed, he am, ma’am,’’ said Mandy, enthusiastically. “Why. jes’ dis las’ week, ma’am, he got me six new
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 8, Evening Star, Issue 15658, 24 November 1914
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