The young salesman
When the sixteen-year-old English orphan Scott Walton arrives in New York City, he finds work in the store of a distant cousin. However, the man's unsympathetic nature and his obnoxious son soon drive Scott into other business endeavors.
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CHAPTER PAGE I On Board the Arcturus
The F1rst Day 1n New York
Scott Learns a Lesson
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