Cashman and Missimer both love the charming Miss Blanchard. Eleanor finds herself in a predicament, for she returns both loves and cannot decide whom to appoint guardian of her heart and hand. Also she has the cutest white kitten that is the delight of her life. Both swains call one evening and both refuse to marry her if the cat must be included in the bargain. So Missimer hits on a brilliant scheme, and, next morning, steals the cat from her meal of milk on the back porch in order to get rid of the pest. Complications now set in. Miss Blanchard declares she cares not to live with her pet at large and swears she will marry the one who finds it. Missimer, of course, isolated, and, next morning phones that he has found the cat and will bring it right over. On the way he stops to rest, an exchange of baskets occurs with a poultry boy and Missimer delivers a big goose instead of the cat. Meanwhile, the boy arrives at Cashman's boarding house and delivers the cat. Cashman finds it and ...
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