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A tramp is seen sleeping on a bench in front of a railway station. A mail bag is thrown off a passing train and hits the tramp, scattering the mail in all directions. He picks up a postal card which reads, "Dear Sarah: Cousin Whooper from Maine, whom you have never seen, is coming out on the four o'clock train. He's kinder rough in his manners, but you'll like him. Lovingly, Hiram." After reading the postal he spies another one, and picking it up, reads: "Dear Cousin Sarah, Am detained here in New York on business. Maybe out in the morning and maybe tonight. Cousin Whooper." A great idea comes over the tramp and he decides to be Cousin Whooper immediately. Entering a nearby back yard he finds a suit of clothes hanging on the line. He next locates a suitcase from in front of a clothing store and awaits the arrival of the four o'clock train. The first postal card has been received at the Springer Farm and the supposed cousin is met at the train. He is taken to the farm, where he devours...

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