He kind of seems to think that Heaven's going to be a special place for him where he'll strut around the only rooster and his flock'll foller after singin' praises to him instead of to the Almighty." "Why, Drusilla, I thought you said when he was so interested in those children of his parish that he ought to be a very good man."
"The rest of the flock'll go home all right and I want to get to the cabin right soon and get supper." The boys wondered at his haste to leave the spot. Arnold looked quickly at Harry and exchanged questioning glances, but spoke no word. Harry's hands were busy with the mute language, however. "Looks mighty suspicious," he telegraphed to his chum.