When the parents of Laurie Killikrankie realized their daughter was of marriageable age, each sets about to find her a mate. Dame Killikrankie selected Laird MacNutt. The father favored Laird MacNabb. Laurie decided that Tammy, a poor stalwart lad, was the ideal of her dreams. In her rambles she generally managed, with the aid of her dog, to come across this lad. The parents were ignorant of these meetings. The rivals, the Lairds MacNutt and MacNabb, were invited to visit the cottage and press their suit. When the two men arrive, each accompanied by his champion, Laurie flouts them, turns a cold ear to their pleadings. She runs to her room, locks the door and sits by the window. MacNabb is below, talking to Dame Killikrankie. Laurie, taking up the flower pot, drops it upon his head. Grandfather, who happens along, observes this incident. His sympathies being with the Why Did June Run Away? girl and her suitor, an idea suggests itself. He informs MacNutt that MacNabb threw the flower ...
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