It is one subdued cowboy who arrives home in Montana. But, who does he find on his porch but Horace Smith, sitting in the sun and wanting to chat about farming
|Horace also tells Stretch that he has quit the Presidential race because he now knows that Mary's happiness is more important. Horace goes on to say that all her life Mary has made sacrifices, thinking only of her father, never herself.|
upon entering the ranchhouse, the bewildered Stretch finds a party underway,
Uncle Hannibal raiding the kitchen, and Mary herself, baking a cake with
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And all's well that ends well.
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