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1  "Interest on the money you still owe," she answered.
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2  It belonged to them, they had only to pay the money and it would be all right.
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3  Now it chanced that this car line was owned by gentlemen who were trying to make money.
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4  There was a little left of the money belonging to Teta Elzbieta, and there was a little left to Jurgis.
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5  The house was one of a whole row that was built by a company which existed to make money by swindling poor people.
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6  Marija had about fifty dollars pinned up somewhere in her stockings, and Grandfather Anthony had part of the money he had gotten for his farm.
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7  At the next corner she got out, of course; and as she had no more money, she had to walk the rest of the way to the yards in the pouring rain.
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8  All summer long the family toiled, and in the fall they had money enough for Jurgis and Ona to be married according to home traditions of decency.
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9  It had cost fifty cents; but Elzbieta had a feeling that money spent for such things was not to be counted too closely, it would come back in hidden ways.
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10  And so Teta Elzbieta laid the money on the table, and the agent picked it up and counted it, and then wrote them a receipt for it and passed them the deed.
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11  They had no money to spend for the pleasure of spending, but there were a few absolutely necessary things, and the buying of these was a perpetual adventure for Ona.
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12  Marija was working for one of the independent packers, and was quite beside herself and outrageous with triumph over the sums of money she was making as a painter of cans.
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13  You went about with your soul full of suspicion and hatred; you understood that you were environed by hostile powers that were trying to get your money, and who used all the virtues to bait their traps with.
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14  Our friends had to have some furniture, there was no getting away from that; but their little fund of money had sunk so low that they could hardly get to sleep at night, and so they fled to this as their deliverance.
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15  They had a hard time on the passage; there was an agent who helped them, but he proved a scoundrel, and got them into a trap with some officials, and cost them a good deal of their precious money, which they clung to with such horrible fear.
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16  As the frustrating of this one attempt involved a score of false alarms, it will be understood what a tribute old Mrs. Jukniene brought, just because Teta Elzbieta had once loaned her some money for a few days and saved her from being turned out of her house.
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17  There was a delegate of the butcher-helpers' union who came to see Jurgis to enroll him; and when Jurgis found that this meant that he would have to part with some of his money, he froze up directly, and the delegate, who was an Irishman and only knew a few words of Lithuanian, lost his temper and began to threaten him.
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