Allan Dawn, the son of a millionaire, whose penchant for tramping incurs the displeasure of his father, receives a letter threatening to discontinue further remittances until the practice is abandoned. Having complete faith in his ability to take care of himself, he lingers in a particular neighborhood because of the influence of a girl's face, the girl being the daughter of a mother whose financial condition necessitates the taking in of laundry. To rob idleness of its sting he starts a small department store, a move which attracts the attention of the village flirt, whose favors are directed to those whose financial condition might mean her betterment. Her attitude, however, is easily fathomed by Allan, who respects her accordingly. Then comes the day of the village lawn fete when every self-believed belle is bedecked her best. Flo, she who impressed Allan from the first, attends, but with an aching heart, her clothes are shabby in comparison with the others. The flirt adds to her ...
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