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Geo. Engle, surveying on a country road, sees Mabel Long pass by. He is infatuated, but unfortunately, Mabel has heard him address his assistant in very forcible language. Mabel meets her ... See full summary
Geo. Engle, surveying on a country road, sees Mabel Long pass by. He is infatuated, but unfortunately, Mabel has heard him address his assistant in very forcible language. Mabel meets her uncle at the entrance of their place and shows a letter from brother Jack that he is coming home next week on a leave of absence. Engle's duty takes him surveying on the Long's place. In spite of a "No Trespass" sign. Long and the hired man capture him up in a tree. Long goes for an officer. Later they get an axe, but Mabel pretends fainting and in the excitement Engle escapes. Later brother Jack arrives and recognizes Engel as an old chum, but Mabel declines an introduction. Proceeding thoughtfully in the neighborhood of the tree she bumps into a cow tethered there. Frightened, she climbs the tree. Engle sees her and hurries to the rescue. He imposes the condition that she marry him if he rescues her. Long and the hired man see him and come on the run. Mabel yields, and when shown that the cow is ...

Released as a split reel along with the documentary Turpentine Industry (1912).


Cast overview:
George Reehm George Reehm - George Engle
Bobby Burns Bobby Burns
Walter Stull Walter Stull
Mabel Paige Mabel Paige - Mabel Long
Frances Ne Moyer Frances Ne Moyer
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