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Reuben, the village cut-up, in love with all the pretty girls, while on a visit to the big city one day, conceives the idea of bringing home something to give the girls as souvenirs. Being at a loss to know just what to buy, he is attracted by a street fakir selling imitation solitaires at ten cents apiece, so he invests the magnificent sum of fifty cents for five rings. On his return to his home village he pays court to five girls and makes each in turn a present of a ring, thinking it a huge joke, while on the other hand the girls take the matter quite seriously and consider themselves engaged. At a barn dance one evening the five girls meet and notice the similarity of the rings, compare notes and to their utter dismay discover that they have been deceived. They confront Reuben and demand an explanation. He is unable to give any and for a moment consternation reigns supreme, but in the height of the excitement he manages to escape. The next day four girls enter the village ...

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