rding me with a friendly eye; yet I hesitated with my hand on the latch, and considered. The dog might not be as friendly as he looked, and the sight of him made me realize that except for the boy I had seen no creature about the house where I had spent the night; no dog or cat; not even a toad or bird. While I was ruminating upon this a man came from behind the house.
"Will your dog bite?" I asked.
"Naw," he answered; "he don't bite. Come in."
I told him I had had an accident to my automobile, and asked if he could drive me to the blacksmith shop and back to my wreckage.
"Cert," he said. "Happy to help you. I'll hitch up foreshortly. Where'd you smash?"
"In front of the gray house about six miles back," I answered.
"That big stone-built house?" he queried.
"The same," I assented.
"Did you go a-past here?" he inquired astonished. "I didn't hear ye."
"No," I said; "I came from the other direction."
"Why," he meditated, "you must 'a' smashed
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