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a. yelping, wagging setter dog land
ed -.oh "the platform, hysterically
grateful to be free; and at the same
moment a youngr fellow in tweed
shooting clothes, carrying a gripsack
and -gun case, made his way forward
toward the baggage master.
"Much obliged; I'll take the dog,"
he said,- slipping a bit of silver into
the official's hand.
The" landlord of the Wildwood Inn
stood on the veranda. When the
young' man loomed up, his specula
tive eyes became suffused "with bene- r
"How-de-do, sir?"" he said cordial
ly. "Guess you was with us three
year since stayed to supper. Ain't
"It certainly is," said the guest
cheerfully. "I am surprised that you
"Time's a flyer; it's fitted with -triple
screws these days," said, the
landlord. "How long was you cal- -keratin'
So, kneeling there be
side her in the shadow of
the pines, she absolved
him in their dim confes
sional, holding him guilt
less under the destiny
that awaits us all.