Although the young man was a prosperous storekeeper in a little country town, he was not contented with his lot in life, for his ambition was to be rich and to have a handsome home in the city. And when an uncle died, his desire was gratified, for he was left a large fortune and a city home. The young man left the little town, but told his pretty fiancée that he would soon return to wed her and bring her to his handsome home. But when he arrived in the city and was launched in the gay social life, he soon began to feel that the little country belle would not make a fit wife for him, so he wrote to her, breaking the engagement and brutally telling her to seek "a husband in her own station in life." The girl was heartbroken for a while, but soon a manly farmer won her heart and made her forget that she had ever cared for her unworthy suitor. The rich man became engaged to a beautiful girl, very prominent socially, who professed to care very much for him. He made her many handsome ...
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