e not going to take any more chances, I can tell you that." Then, turning to the girl beside him, he added, "How are you feeling, Betty? Awfully shaken up?"
"Not a bit," she assured him, gaily. "Why, after the first shock I really enjoyed it."
"That's the way to talk and I'm mighty glad no one's hurt. Now for home."
After a great number of half starts and sudden stops they succeeded finally in backing the great machine away from the haystack and out on the road again.
"Now remember your promise," cried Grace as they started off. "No more speeding, Frank, and no more hills."
"Right," he sang back, cheerily. "We have had excitement enough for one day. Just watch me."
Early the next morning Mollie hailed Betty as the Little Ca