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"Why, I can't believe it!" Miss Maggie fell back with a puzzled frown.
"SOLD them! Why, I should as soon think of his—his selling himself," cried Mr. Smith. "I thought they were inseparable."
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"But why?" demanded Miss Maggie.
"He says he wants a rest. That he's worked hard all his life, and it's time he took some comfort. He says he doesn't take a minute of comfort now 'cause Jane's hounding him all the time to get more money, to get more money. She's crazy to see the interest mount up, you know—Jane is. But he says he don't want any more money. He wants to SPEND money for a while. And he's going to spend it. He's going to retire from business and enjoy himself."
"Well," ejaculated Mr. Smith, "this is a piece of news, indeed!"
"I should say it was," cried Miss Maggie, still almost incredulous.
"How does Jane take it?"
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"Oh, Flora!" remonstrated Miss Maggie faintly.
"Well, it's so," maintained Miss Flora, "So 't ain't any wonder, of course, that she's upset over this. That's why Frank give in to her, I think, and let her buy that Benson stock. Besides, he's feeling especially flush, because he's got the cash the stores brought, too. So he told her to go ahead."
"I'm sorry about that stock," frowned Miss Maggie.
"Oh, it's perfectly safe. Mis' Benson said 'twas," comforted Miss
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