Jurgis was willing, and so was Duane, and so they went to one of the high-class poolrooms where brokers and merchants gambled (with society women in a private room), and they put up ten dollars each upon a horse called "Black Beldame," a six to one shot, and won.
The brewer was a Jew, and had no brains, but he was harmless, and would put up a rare campaign fund.
And meanwhile my daughter by my first wife has grown up; and what my daughter has had to put up
with from her step-mother whilst she was growing up, I won't speak of.
But if your ladyship would give me a day's work to keep me goin', I could put up
all this money in a little wooden savings bank I have at home, and keep it to spend when sickness or odd age shall, in a manner of speaking, lay their 'ends upon me.
If venture capitalists aren't willing to put up
the money, perhaps individual investors will be.
She also plans to add information on home loans, plumbing, painting, furniture and even suggestions on how to put up