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By Gene Stratton Porter

On the Foot of the Rainbow (1907) through Gene Stratton Porter is the tale of the complicated bonds of friendship among Jimmy Malone and Dannie Macnoun, and the girl they either love.

This version contains introductory biographical fabric at the existence and paintings of liked Indiana writer and naturalist Gene Stratton Porter.

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By the same token, I wish I had that book in me head, for I could just squelch Dannie and Mary with it complate. Say, Mister O'Khayam, next time you come this way bring me a copy. I'm wantin' it bad. I got what you gave off all secure, but I take it there's more. No man goin' at that clip could shut off with thim few lines. " The Thread Man knew the most of it, and although he was very uncomfortable, he did not know just how to get away, so he recited it. The milk pail was empty now, and Jimmy had almost forgotten that it was a milk pail, and seemed inclined to resent the fact that it had gone empty.

Then they washed, and sat down to supper. "Seems to me you look unusually perky," said Jimmy to his wife. " said Mary. "I am so glad! " "You niver can tell by lookin' at me what I know," said Jimmy. "Whin I look the wisest I know the least. " "Give it up," said Dannie promptly. You would not catch him knowing anything it would make Mary's eyes shine to tell. " announced Mary. " cried Jimmy. " beamed Mary. "It will be full in three days. Didn't you notice how green the maples are? I took a little walk down to the bottom to-day.

I could have told you when you went after him last night that he would go back as soon as he wakened to-day. I know he is gone. " Dannie brushed the other sleeve, on which there had been nothing at the start, and answered: "Noo, dinna ye misjudge him, Mary. He's goin' to a coon hunt to-nicht. " This evidence so bolstered Dannie that he faced Mary with confidence. "There's a traveling man frae Boston in town, Mary, and he was edifying the boys a little, and Jimmy dinna like it. " Dannie outlined the plan of Jimmy's campaign.

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