Sally is a pretty country girl, who is adored by young Joe from the next farm to her father's. An artist, tramping through the country, comes to Sally's house and asks for lodging while he paints. As he is a splendid looking fellow, Joe is not too happy over the arrangement. Then the artist sees Sally in a pretty light by the window and decides to paint a picture with Sally as the model. Of course this adds to Joe's disquietude. Sally's nature is touched by the young artist's personality though he is quite unconscious of anything save that he has a good model for his picture. When he comes to go Sally refuses money for the posing and as she has admired a heavy antique ring which he wears, he gives it to her for herself. He returns to New York and Sally looks vainly for a letter from him. At last, however, the picture wins a prize and the artist writes to Sally telling her of its success and saying that if he was in a position to do so he would offer her a permanent engagement. These ... Written by
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