In these days of women's equal rights, it is not strange to find the fair sex taking the places of men in every occupation. Women physicians are not unusual, but a really beautiful one is, ... See full summary »

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Dr. Rawlins
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Lee Willard
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Express Agent
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Harry's Wife
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Joe Cassidy
Jack Roberts
Stanley Sargent
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In these days of women's equal rights, it is not strange to find the fair sex taking the places of men in every occupation. Women physicians are not unusual, but a really beautiful one is, and would have her hands full taking care of every lovesick swain, who would develop every known disease to have the pleasure of letting her feel his pulse or hold his head. Such was the case when Dr. J. Rawlins, physician and surgeon, came to the little western town of Neola. Everyone from the express agent to the hangers-on round the village hotel were suddenly taken with all sorts of pains for the purpose of calling the pretty doctor to attend them. She discovers that they are all pretending to be ill, so when Harry Todd becomes sick and his wife rushes madly for the pretty doctor, she administers a large dose of castor oil, which cures him for all time. Leaving Todd's house she meets Lee Willard, who, when he sees her, promptly falls off his horse. Taking an immense knife from her satchel, she ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Short | Comedy | Western

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