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Well, there's only one thing to do," said Louis, "and that is, you must get a girl.
After the fathers were out of debt, the daughters married the sons of neighbours--usually of like nationality-- and the girls who once worked in Black Hawk kitchens are to-day managing big farms and fine families of their own; their children are better off than the children of the town women they used to serve.
While wondering what he should do in this emergency he came upon a girl sitting by the roadside.
The girl looked quickly up into Chandler's clear, pleasant countenance.
Fyne pacified the girl, and, fortunately, there was a bed which could be made up for her in the dressing-room.
In this second group were several girls with exquisite figures and distinguished features, but there was little in their glance or expression that was simple and candid.
THE FLOWER GIRL [springing up terrified] I ain't done nothing wrong by speaking to the gentleman.
The Story Girl looked as if she might tell if she would.
The girl gradually recovered her senses; and, staggering to a chair by the bedside, hid her face upon the pillow: leaving Mr.
Although his task was no easier than that of the day before, the youth set out much more cheerfully, because he knew he could count an the help of the black girl.
He had suddenly realized that he had come mighty near falling in love with this girl of whom he had known nothing up to the previous moment when she had voluntarily revealed a portion of her past to him.
Through three other chambers and past three more massive doors, at each of which her guard was changed, the girl was conducted before she was ushered into a comparatively small room, back and forth across the floor of which paced a man in a scarlet tunic, upon the front and back of which was embroidered an enormous parrot and upon whose head was a barbaric headdress surmounted by a stuffed parrot.
The head of the Patchwork Girl was the most curious part of her.
The girl sat at my feet straining her eyes toward the deck of the oncoming boat.
I'll give you until noon, Daddy," said the girl in a voice which carried a more strongly defined tone of authority than her father's soft drawl, "and then I shall come into that room, if I have to use an axe, and bring you out--do you understand?