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There were two restaurants on the block, and the proprietors thought they were rivals. The facts of the matter were that neither did any business, and in all probability the sheriff would ... See full summary
There were two restaurants on the block, and the proprietors thought they were rivals. The facts of the matter were that neither did any business, and in all probability the sheriff would have had them by now had it not happened that Oscar and Conrad came around. As soon as the two pals noted conditions they became advertising experts. A toss of the coin sent them to the Billikin restaurant, and arrangements were quickly made. Conrad became a sandwich man, while Oscar posed as a "passerby," who went into raptures over the bill of fare and the statement that the place sold food "like father used to eat." When a crowd collected Oscar found it easy to lead a procession into the restaurant, and business began to boom. The rival food artist was more unhappy than ever, and his desire for revenge induced him to listen to the plea of a beauteous maiden who had a scheme to win away the trade. The maiden was installed at a stove in the show window, and made flapjacks in public. She won away the...

Cast overview:
Claude Cooper Claude Cooper - Oscar
Frank McNish Frank McNish - Conrad
George Webb George Webb - 1st Restaurant Owner
J.S. Murray J.S. Murray - 2nd Restaurant Owner (as James Murray)
Louise Bates Louise Bates - The Maiden (as Louise Emerald Bates)
William F. Moran William F. Moran - (as Billy Moran)
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