Oh, some one has bought Beauty Bab cried, in distress. I am so sorry How could Dorothy Morton ever have been willing to sell her Barbara noticed that Grace, Ruth and Mollie 253 were smiling broadly. Mr. throp Latham, Aunt Sallie and Eunice had drawn near. Why shouldnt Dorothy Morton sell Beauty to a who cares more for the horse than Dorothy does Ruth inquired. Bab shrugged her shoulders. Oh, very well she pouted. If Dorothy thinks there is any other horse in the world to compare with Beauty, she deserves to lose her. My sweet little Beauty, goodbye Barbara cried. The stable grinned. Everyone was smiling. Whats the joke Bab asked.
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But Eunice was frightened when she saw Mr. Lathamhe was the man who had stared at her so strangelyhe was the man who meant to 250 steal her, so, at least, Reginald Latham had told Eunice. The little began to cry softly. Mollie started up to go to Eunice, but she stopped at a frown from Miss Sallie. Mr. Latham was approaching Eunice. I am not going to hurt you, Eunice, he declared. Do I look like the bogie man, who lives in the woods and comes to steal away naughty Eunice shook her head. There are no bogie men in the woods. Wood fairies are all good. Well, I am no kind of fairy, Eunice. I am an uncle. Do you know what an uncle is Mr. Latham