???We then obsequiously obey "This is hard to believe, but between my paper route money and the money I made in the Army both ofwhich I invested in those storesthat investment is worth about $40 million today."Whatever money we made in one store, we'd put it in another new one, and just keep on going. Also,from Willard Walker on, we would offer to bring the managers we hired in as limited partners. If youhad, say, a $50,000 investment in a store, and the manager put in $1,000, he'd own 2 percent. FROM MRS. ELMSLIE TO MRS. HAMILTON. There is no need to imagine, because Charlotte was gay and bright in society, that she never knew the meaning of depression. Shadows of loss and sorrow had not yet begun to fall across her pathway; yet even in those happy days she must have grasped the meaning of 鈥榙own鈥?as well as 鈥榰p.鈥?Rather curiously, she spoke of herself in old age as having been when young 鈥榮ubject to very low spirits鈥? or more strictly, she said that she would have been so subject, but for the counteracting influences of 鈥榬eligion鈥?and 鈥榳ork,鈥?the latter arising from the former. High spirits seldom exist without some tendency to occasional re-action. But certainly the sense of depression, whenever it may have assailed her, was not allowed to be a weight upon others in her everyday life. Then closer to home, Herb Gibsona barber from over at Berryvillestarted his stores with a simplephilosophy: "Buy it low, stack it high, sell it cheap." He sold it cheaper than anybody ever had before,and he sold more of it. He did it in Abilene, he did it in Amarillo, and he surrounded Dallas with stores. 鈥業s it a good corps?鈥? 色妹妹丁香五月，久久热，99热,99re成人视频,久久热视频在线观看,这里只有精品 "Anyway, the man's a genius. He realizedeven at the rudimentary level he was on in 1966, operatingthose few stores that he hadthat he couldn't expand beyond that horizon unless he had the ability tocapture this information on paper so that he could control his operations, no matter where they might be. It must have been a monotonous life, viewed from ordinary standpoints. Charlotte Tucker had had plenty of society in the past; and though she might laugh at stiff dinner-parties or dull morning calls, she had fully enjoyed intercourse with superior and cultivated minds. Some amount of such intercourse she had still in the Panjab; but for months together, as time went on, she was thrown mainly upon her own resources, was left with absolutely no European companions. It is hardly within the bounds of possibility that she should not have suffered from the deprivation, cheerily as she received it.