To settle her homestead claim in a new and unsettled territory, Mary is obliged to take a long ride over the plains to locate her newly-acquired property. When she reaches her destination it is nightfall. She looks about for a shelter. She has almost come to the conclusion that she will have to pass the night alone, using her blanket as a mattress and her saddle as a pillow. In the far distance, she sees smoke suddenly belch from the stovepipe of Lone Bill's cabin. It is a welcome sight and she hastens to ask for a night's lodging. Bill is only too willing to give up his bed and sleep outdoors himself. The nest morning when he starts to prepare breakfast, Mary gives him a hand and as they sit down together at the table, Bill says to himself, "this is something like I have dreamed of for years." Mary is obliged to build a cabin upon her property, which joins Bill's, and he volunteers to put up the house for her. He starts in and Mary proves quite apt with the hammer and saw. Bill and ...
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