Jack Logan, a newsboy, is manfully attempting to aid his silver-haired grandmother in a fight to keep the wolf from the door by selling newspapers. Jack finds a little dog whose foot has been injured and brings him home. With a little kind treatment the dog soon recovers from his injury, and Jack and he soon become inseparable companions. The dog is almost human and knows many unique tricks. We see him in the act of selling papers for his master, bringing him his clothes, shoes and even awakening him in the morning by dragging the alarm clock up to Jack's ear. Jack's aged grandmother has been attempting to add a little to their meager income by taking in plain sewing, and she is therefore very much distressed when an agent comes and takes away the sewing machine on which she has been unable to pay the required installments. Her despair is doubly intensified when the hard-hearted landlord gives her a five-days' notice to vacate the premises. James Munson, a banker, in alighting from ...
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