I had not been able to go to see him during the winter, but on the last of March I went to Simsbury.
Miss Kearns was the one soul in Simsbury who understood him.
On arriving at New York, the body was transferred to a metallic casket and sent to Simsbury.
Yet there was to be said in favour of the Simsbury position that it steadily endured.
Under promptings from the girl he spoke freely of his career, both in Simsbury and in Hollywood.
I thought what this same Mr. Simsbury had said about Lucetta's plan, and hesitated.
In Simsbury there had been no opportunity for an intending actor to learn certain little niceties expected at sentimental moments.
Mr. Simsbury gave me quite an amiable bow as I entered the buggy.
I asked Mr. Simsbury, as she turned away in an evident fear I might repent of my bargain.
He had not yet learned to roll a cigarette, but Gus Giddings, the Simsbury outlaw, had promised to teach him.