Satisfied that this idea was a practical one, I started for Parkville to procure the pole.
They told me they were going down to Parkville, and I need not wait breakfast for them.
If you choose to take me back to Parkville on any charge, of course you can do so.
We spent the evening at the house, and the next day we started for Parkville.
Then he will take the Champion for Parkville, arriving about half past one.
After the business in Philadelphia was settled, my mother and I went to Parkville.
They had circled around by another way than the Parkville road, and they came through the edge of New Melford.
The emigrants decided to go into Kansas by way of Parkville.
Then they are going to take me in their car out to the Parkville home of their daughter—Oh, say!
Do you think it will be quite safe for us to go back to Parkville?