Jack Daley, in an effort to forget his rejection by Miriam Stern, goes on a hunting trip to an abandoned cabin in the heart of the woods. Nance, the granddaughter of Ben Morgan, an old game warden, discovers that the abandoned cabin has a tenant. Nance, entering the cabin, makes herself at home and when Jack returns he finds her fast asleep in the bed. Unintentionally awakening her, she escapes before he can question her. Afterwards Nance makes frequent visits to the cabin and after rearranging the room, hides under the bed to discover if Jack will notice the difference. Jack is so absorbed in reading a letter from Miriam that he does not notice the difference in his room, an oversight which causes Nance to forcibly undo her work as soon as he goes out. Jack hears her throwing things about and returns. Nance reveals her jealousy of Miriam, whose picture she has seen Jack looking at, and rages at his lack of appreciation of her tidiness. First Jack reprimands her; this soothes her and ...
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