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The most unfortunate thing about modern civilization is the incontrovertible fact that it is only skin deep. A pleasant and necessary attribute of our ordinary well-fed lives, it is rapidly cast aside after a few days of hardship and necessity. Give a man twenty-one meals a week, and he will be a Chesterfield of Chesterfields; give him six, or possibly five, and he will divest himself first of his overcoat and then of civilization. This was the trouble with Ed Huggins. To be sure, he still had his twenty-one meals a week. In addition, he had a comfortable position with the Globe Construction Company. But both of these were overshadowed by the fact that he owed more money than he could ever possibly pay. When temptation presented itself in the shape of an opportunity to leave the country and his debts behind him, and to start life anew somewhere else with a good -sized bank account, it found him a ready listener. Every Saturday, as Huggins knew, the Globe Construction Company sent ...

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