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ness. Then, too, if he was going to practise some of his philanihrophy down there, I'd probably be put in charge of it. We might have even had to live there a year or two. I guess you wouldn't like that, would you? "
" It wouldn't make any difference to me," said Mrs. Taylor.
" What ! Live in one of those God-forsaken holes, without any friends or anybody you'd want to make friends with ! Nothing to do all day and all night but eat and sleep and "
" Play solitaire," suggested Mrs. Taylor.
" You may think you wouldn't mind it, but that's because you've never seen it. Those Georgia villages are an interesting study, but as for making your home in one of them, you'd die of loneliness. Of course there's some spots in Florida that are pretty close tU heaven. Take Daytona, for instance. But I've told you what it's like."
" Yes."
" They've got a beach that's so hard and smooth that they have automobile races on it. It's beautiful. And it's right close to Ormond, where Rockefeller spends his winters. Mr. Parvis and I saw him playing golf on the Ormond course. I can't see anything in golf myself, but maybe I would if I had a chance to get interested in it. When I'm as old as he is, I'll try it out, providing I've got as much time and one-millionth as much money."
" There's no reason why you shouldn't have fully as much money."
" I know what you mean by that. You're digging at my thriftiness, though I suppose you call it stinginess. You'll look at it differently when we're old."
" I hope I won't be here to look at it at all."
" No, you don't. But what was I saying? Oh, yes. Daytona is where I'd like to live in winter, if I had the means. I must have told you about running into Harry Riker down there."
" You did."
" It certainly was a funny thing, running into him! We hadn't, seen each other for twenty-two years and he recognized me the minute he set eyes on me. I wouldn't have known_ him from Adam's off ox.
" It sure did take me back, running into Harry. He recalled one time, just before I left Shelbyville, when his father and mother were away on a visit somewhere. Harry's aunt, Mr. Riker's sister,, was supposed to be taking care of Harry while his father and

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And it's right close to Ormond, where Rockefeller spends his winters. Mr. Parvis and I saw him playing golf on what is Ormond course. I can't see anything in golf myself, but maybe I would if I had a chance to get interested in it. When I'm as old as he is, I'll try it out, providing I've got as much time and one-millionth as much money." " There's no reason why you shouldn't have fully as much money." " I know what you mean by that. You're digging at my thriftiness, though I suppose you call it stinginess. You'll look at it differently when we're old." " I hope I won't be here to look at it at all." " No, you don't. But what was I saying? Oh, yes. Daytona is where I'd like to live in winter, if I had what is means. I must have told you about running into Harry Riker down there." " You did." " It certainly was a funny thing, running into him! We hadn't, seen each other for twenty-two years and he recognized me what is minute he set eyes on me. 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