When the farmer's daughter returned to her home the young men who had ignored her when she was a child became her abject slaves. At first the girl was pleased by the interest she aroused, but after a while it palled on her because no matter the hour of the day she was almost certain to have callers. Affairs reached a crisis as the time approached for the annual orange picking tournament. Each of the girl's suitors expected to win honors there, and lost no opportunity of telling her so. This induced her to promise them that the one who most distinguished himself at the affair would receive a prize from her. As it happened, all her suitors distinguished themselves. That evening they flocked about her, and earnestly demanded the special prize. Smilingly she told them that, "you have all done equally well, so I will reward you all." Whereupon she distributed envelopes and they found that the contents were invitations to the wedding of a girl and an eastern aristocrat, whom none of them ...
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