They said in the big department store that "nothing could phase Nora Grady." She was a saleslady, hard-working, but with plenty of heart, and, her enemies whispered, a bit of a temper. She didn't love her daily grind, but the father and mother and the little sister needed the money, so she kept at it. Love had never entered her life, she was too busy, but they say that pity is akin to love, and that was bow her funny little romance started. A gawky country boy applied for work, and he was so helpless that Nora felt sorry for him, guided him to the proper department and aided materially in landing him in the wrapping room. The ruralite was very grateful. He thanked Nora and she invited him to dinner. She advised him how he could make his work count, and he followed her suggestions as best he could, but he never was nor would he ever be the "capable hand" that the girl was. The owner of the store was a man who believed in developing talent. He offered a cash reward and promotion for the...
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One of seventeen films produced by the Thanhouser Film Company in St. Augustine over a period of six weeks in early 1912. See more