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N "j--r ! : ■ebruary 24, 1914. fJear Joan:- In reply to yours of *"ebruary 10, 1*14. 1 hasra juat got book from Hto last, and am taking hold of my bwoiao—< Flaase find h»r«fith check for $4*90, aooording to account presented by you. When 1 tell you that this leaves ma a 'julonce in the bank of $3*46, yea; <ill undui'stand how thin the ica j.s upon which I am skating. I not 3 >>v your latter tnat you hava baen charging scUoclbcoks in ny aooount at Smith's. Movtr again do a thing like .has. >iaver ba guilty oi charging be anybody's aeoount ii »ou hava not rac r,.ved parmissiun from that person :o eharge to their account. I ahull maka a point of sending you the money for your schoolbooks whaii you rrite to ma foi same, or, if T have not the money, of giving you permission to charge to my account. If 1 an: uaray, anii if wrs.^laza -Viapard has not tha money, sha may also giva ycu permission to t . "<:a fce my account. Unaer no other circumstances axeapt those of permission* may you in tha future charge sny.hjng to any account of mine anywhere. This in only clia^, strai jjht, ;:j.mplj busil »es, roan. Mow I have what, most parsons would uaeiu a difficult lattjr to sritej but I have always founu ".hat by baing frank and truo, no thing as diificult to say. All ona has to say is all that he feels or thinks/ Let me tall you a little loraathing about myself: All rav life has boon marked by what, in lack of any other terra,I must call "diOfUSt." Whoa I grow tirad or disinterested in ony- thin?, I experience a disgust which settles for me that thing forever. I tarn tie page down there and then. Slhen a colt on the ranch, early in its training, shows that it is a kicker or a busker or a boltar or o balkar, I try pauientl/ and for a Ion a tiiae to remove, by my training such deleterious traits; and tlen at tha and ol a long tiatt if I find that these vicious t raits continue, suddenly thara comes tons a disgust, and I say Let tha colt go. Kill it, sell it, giva i+ avra*. -io far as I am concerned I am finisliad with the colt. 3o it Ha« boon with *H things in my Whole lifa from the veryaoime that I can remember anything of myself. I hava boon infatuated with many things, I have *rorkad through many things, hava baco.io diagu itod with those many things, ana hava turned uown the pagM forevar and irrovocably on those many things. Plate* believe me—-I am not sta'inr. fee you my strength, but my weakness. These
"j--r ! :
■ebruary 24, 1914.
In reply to yours of *"ebruary 10, 1*14. 1 hasra juat got book from Hto last, and am
taking hold of my bwoiao—< Flaase find h»r«fith check for $4*90, aooording to account presented by you. When 1 tell you that this leaves ma a 'julonce in the bank of $3*46, yea;
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