The news of the theft from Gardiners safe quickly spread through the little town of Plainville.
You might go down to Plainville,” said Gilbert Knox, “and personate the earl.
We were getting along very well, and the music was all that Plainville desired.
He was about seventy-five miles from Plainville and on another line of railway.
Plainville has a sure-enough singer at last, declared Alice Goode to her mother the morning after the Grant party.
The pain was there but the restraint was removed; Plainville was now less to him than any town of the great new West.
He was not more than forty miles from Plainville, and in a country where he might easily be identified.
He could be there by four oclock, and the doctors automobile would place him in Plainville by eight easily.
If there was one thing upon which the people of Plainville prided themselves it was their law-abiding disposition.
The road from Carson to Plainville gave the crack ride, and the driver wore yellow kid gloves.