Jack, seeing that Bessie and Mrs. Gleason were very tired, did not mean to linger long.
Gleason hasn't chirped, but then he is somewhere in central Iowa buying.
One of the roughs grabbed Gleason's cap, which he was unwise enough to wear, and with it a handful of his hair.
It was evident to Mrs. Stannard that Gleason was striving to be questioned.
There are other things that occupy him now, but what we want is to see Gleason right off.
Gleason was quick to note the silence and to divine its cause.
Failing in his effort to extract information from Sergeant Wolf, Gleason changed his methods.
Gleason found in converse with her so much that reminded him of the mother he had lost, alas!
I asked Gleason why he pulled the bedding from the bed, and he answered, 'By God!
We are just as much obliged to you, Mr. Gleason, but—not to-day.