"Well, I wouldn't advise ye to turn him down, Mis' Tingley," urged the foreman.
I found that Mrs. Tingley well understood this form of Sorcery.
Not for a moment did Ruth suppose that Mr. Tingley, Belle's father, was a party to any scheme for cheating the old hunter.
"Why, he's all ready for bed," declared one of the Tingley boys.
"Mr. Tingley had a good deal of trouble over that squatter," said Belle's mother, slowly.
"But, do wait till Mr. Tingley comes and let him decide," begged Ruth.
"There are Mr. Tingley and Preston going over to talk to the constable and his crowd," remarked Isadore.
"I will see what my husband says when he comes," replied Mrs. Tingley, firmly.
But suppose I find them and the papers show that this Mr. Tingley hasn't a clear title to the island?
When Mrs. Tingley and the other crusaders left this country nothing had been heard of the claim of the reincarnated Blavatsky.