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Cupid has often started something he hasn't finished and possibly he hugely enjoys the disappointment of the victims of his folly. Miss Pauline Smith is forelady of the factory, and the girls, jealous of her, plan a practical joke, by placing one of her cards in a pair of overalls which they are getting ready for shipment. The overalls are later on purchased by a rube who is recognized as the village Beau Brummel. He, finding the card, becomes "chesty," and immediately writes the following letter to the fair unknown: "Dear Miss, I found your name and address in a pair of overalls I just bought. Suppose we round up this romance by us two getting married. I know I could love you. Just say the word. Jay Downs." This letter is delivered by the mail carrier to the girl, who is highly indignant and answers: "Dear Sir, I don't want a silly noodle who gets mashed on a girl he never saw. I don't know how my card got in those overalls. I want a fellow who can afford something better than a 47c. pair of breeches. Yours respectfully, Pauline Smith." Result, conceit gets a jolt.
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