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Mrs. Mink's Soldier and Other Stories

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Published: 1918
Language: English
Wordcount: 35,566 / 107 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 84.6
LoC Category: PN
Downloads: 434
Added to site: 2005.03.03 9899

Miss Mink's Soldier
A Darling of Misfortune
A Matter of Friendship
The Wild Oats of a Spinster
Cupid Goes Slumming
The Soul of O Sana San

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Her soldier was in trouble, he had no family or friends. She was going to him.

With trembling fingers she packed a small basket with some apples, a jar of jelly and a slice of cake. There was no time for her own lunch, so she hurriedly put on her coat and twisting a faded scarf about her neck trudged out into the blustery afternoon.

The blizzard of the day before had almost suspended traffic, and when she finally succeeded in getting a car, it was only to find that it ran no farther than the city limits.

"How much farther is it to the Camp?" Miss Mink asked desperately.

"About a mile," said the conductor. "I wouldn't try it if I was you, the walking's fierce."

But Miss Mink was not to be turned back. Gathering her skirts as high as her sense of propriety would permit, and grasping her basket she set bravely forth. The trip alone to the Camp, under the most auspicious circumstances, would have been a trying ordeal for her, but under the existing conditions it required nothing less than heroism



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