Helen and Jim Grant, her sweetheart, are enjoying a pretty love scene when George Flint, a friend of both, comes down the road. He is also in love with Helen, but it is evident that Jim is ... See full summary »

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Helen and Jim Grant, her sweetheart, are enjoying a pretty love scene when George Flint, a friend of both, comes down the road. He is also in love with Helen, but it is evident that Jim is the one preferred. The two men, who are about to leave for war, bid Helen good-bye and go off together. We see the soldiers on their way to battle passing Helen's house. She throws a rose to Jim, waves a parting farewell, then breaks down and weeps. In the camp George attends to the mail and succeeds in interceding all the letters between Jim and Helen, causing each one to believe that they are neglected and forgotten. Flint, while in camp, has a very serious attack of heart trouble and, upon the doctor's recommendation, is granted a three months' furlough. He returns home, where the folks are surprised to see him. He visits Helen, tells of his illness and of his leave of absence. She offers her sympathy and asks for Jim. George then tells her that her letters were received, but Tim ridiculed them ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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10 July 1909 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with Wearybones Seeks a Rest, and Gets It (1909). See more »

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