The cowboys on ranch "L" had sworn to debar the feminine sex from their thoughts forevermore. Jim Bradley, foreman, was particularly loud in his complaint against the fair sex; so when he ... See full summary »

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Ralph Kennington
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The cowboys on ranch "L" had sworn to debar the feminine sex from their thoughts forevermore. Jim Bradley, foreman, was particularly loud in his complaint against the fair sex; so when he fell sick with a fever, Charley Williams undertook to doctor him with whiskey. That failed, however, and when the official ranch doctor called, that personage was highly armed and at once prescribed quiet and a trained nurse. He sent one--a dainty, pretty little miss in the usual white cap and gown. But she only came after her aunt, also a nurse, [who] positively refused to have anything to do with men. The rangers notice a change in Bradley's condition for the better. One day they were astounded, on peering through a window, to find the nurse's face buried on his shoulder. They swore to be revenged on him. Meantime, Charley Williams found time to hang about the house and invite the nurse for strolls. That didn't have a beneficial effect on the injured feelings of the cow punchers, either. Finally ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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25 April 1912 (USA)  »

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Her Mountain Home  »

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