Arthur Herrick, a wealthy bachelor, was extremely popular in the village. His good looks, charming manner and bank account, made him the object of the affections of the young women and widows under sixty in the town. One day an old lady was injured in an automobile accident near his home and was carried into his house by the servant. Arthur arrived and ordered the patient to be made comfortable. Then he employed a nurse. The women of the village used the patient as a pretext to call at the house, until poor Arthur was almost distracted. The nurse was equal to the situation, however, and forbade the women into the house. Did the nurse care for Arthur? Bless you, no. She never even looked at him. Did Arthur care for the nurse? Ah, that's a different question. Arthur sat and looked at her by the hour. He wished the old lady would never get well. However, in due time she recovered and then the nurse left. Of course Arthur was lonely, so he went and found an old and decrepit man, brought ...
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