The Sick-a-Bed Lady
HICKORY DOCK, THE VERY TIRED GIRL,
THE HAPPY-DAY, THE RUNAWAY ROAD,
SOMETHING THAT HAPPENED IN
OCTOBER, THE AMATEUR LOVER,
HEART OF THE CITY, THE PINK
SASH, WOMAN'S ONLY
Author of "Molly Make-Believe"
THE CENTURY CO.
Copyright, 1911, by
The century Co.
Copyright, 1905, 1907, by P. F. Collier & Son
Copyright, 1905, by J. B. Lippincott Company
Copyright, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, by The Ridgway Company
Copyright, 1910, by The Success Company
Published, October, 1911
"That will help you remember where your mouth is"
THE MEMORY OF
|The Sick-a-Bed Lady||3|
|The Very Tired Girl||57|
|The Runaway Road||127|
|Something that Happened in October||161|
|The Amateur Lover||195|
|Heart of the City||253|
|The Pink Sash||291|
|Woman's Only Business||331|
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
|"That will help you remember where your mouth is"||Frontispiece|
|With no other object, except to get home||58|
|The blue ocean was the most wonderful thing of all||96|
|Instinctively she clasped it to her||146|
|The four of us who remained huddled very close around the fire||164|
|"Hello, all you animals!" she cried||244|
|The lone, accentuated figure of a boy violinist||256|
|"Is a pink sash exactly a a passion?"||298|
|"Oh, I wish I had a sister," fretted the boy||364|
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