A farcical picture of Jayville lovers. Ike appears in town in woolly chaps, like goat-footed Pan, to spoil a love affair between Howard Missimer and Eleanor Blanchard. Lily Branscombe as Eleanor's sister, is being courted by John Steppling who is the happy possessor of a First Aid to Love Makers, a book, price twenty-five cents. John has learned his lesson and is getting on famously. The book has been thrown away and Howard has found it. Unfortunately for him, Ike appears, needs no schooling and is a close rival. There's a funny game of checkers got up to decide the match by the village doctor who in the meantime runs off with the girl. All these players are past masters in such work as this picture demanded of them; but they have had better vehicles than this afforded them, yet it is by no means a failure; part of it is fine. - The Moving Picture World, January 25, 1913
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