Girard: Haldeman-Julius Publications, no date, perhaps late 1930s. 32p., staplebound 5 x 3.5 inch wraps (plain print on bright yellow paperstock). The text shows very faint browning (less than is usual with this publisher) otherwise a quite snazzy copy that has been in storage. Little blue book no. 1371.
Good people meddle, they domineer, are "notoriously bad company;" they also "lack a sense of humor. This frequently is due to ill-health. Good health depends upon being not too good" p.13.