ing down at his fa-ther. His hat had blown off, and he looked like such a nice boy that Kate smiled at him as they went by. He laughed back and made her a lit-tle bow, but the hors-es went by so fast that she saw him for a min-ute on-ly.
"What was the name of that boat, pa-pa?" she asked.
"Phil-lis," said pa-pa.
"Why, that's a girl's name," said Kate.
Just at that mo-ment they passed by a small house. The door stood