The proprietor of a hotel in a little California town sent his motherless daughter to a boarding school, being determined that she should have every advantage he could afford. He did not regret it, for when she returned she had no foolish notions, but settled down and aided him in his work. When he had difficulty in securing help, the girl insisted upon taking charge of the dining room, and the old man confided to his chums she was the best head waitress he ever had. The girl was fond of horseback riding and enjoyed dashes along the country roads. On one occasion, however, she nearly came to grief, for her nag ran away. A gallant cowboy came to her rescue, overtook the frightened animal, and prevented any harm coming to the young woman. Naturally a friendship sprang up between the two, for each saw much in the other to respect and admire. In that section of the country there is annually held what is called a "Rodeo," a contest of horsemanship, with all sorts of Wild West features. The...
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