A pair of Jacks, or, The smartest messengers in Wall St.

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A pair of Jacks, or, The smartest messengers in Wall St.

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A pair of Jacks, or, The smartest messengers in Wall St.
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. No. 759. APRIL 16, 1920. 7 Cents OR s E .NGERSIN WALL St: As Broker Stanley sprang upon the table to get at the boy, Jack Randall seized him by the leg and stopped him. "Let got" cried the irate broker, trying to kicli: off his grip. Jack only held on the tighter.


FAME AND FORTUNE WEEKLY STORIES OF BOYS WHO MAKE MONEY Issued Weekly-Subscriptwn price, $3.50 per year; Canada, $4.00; Foreign, $4.50. Harry E. Wolff, Publisher, 166 Wed 23d Street, New York, N. Y. Entered as Second Class Matter, October 4, 1911, at the Poat-Office at New Y01'k, N. Y., under the Act of March 3, 1879. No. 759. NEW YORK, APRIL 16, 1920. Price 7 Cents A PAIR OF JACKS -ORTHE SMAR T EST MESSENGERS IN WALL STREET By A SELF-MADE MAN CHAPTER I. THE OLD WHITE HAIRED MAN. "Who's the gent, Randall?" asked Jack Burch, junior messenger for the brokerage fh'm of Davis & Green, No. Wall Street, nodding towards the door of the private room where Mr. Davis saw the more important visitors who called on the firm. "His name is Hawksworth-that's all I know about him," replied Jack Randall, the senior messenger of the establish ment. Randall and Burch were known in Wall Street as a pair of Jacks, not only because their first names were identical, but because they worked in the same office, and were great chums as well. In order to avoid confusing them one with the other they were always addressed by their last names, and they had got into the habit of so addressing themselves. Randall invariably answered Mr. Davis' call when he was in the office, ran the majority of his errands and looked after the senior partner's visitors, while Burch performed a similar i

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