There is always a right girl for all of us; sometime, somewhere, somehow we find her. But often the discovery leads through strange channels and peculiar by-ways. A young heiress, discouraged by fruitless efforts to secure a suitable husband at the seashore and fashionable summer resorts, decides to go to visit her old nurse, to recuperate and forget the ills and occasioned by man and his fickleness during the past summer. She does not want the town people to know she is an heiress, so she changes places with the nurse's daughter. In the same town there is living, or trying to live, a youth who is pretty much "down and out" and he receives a letter from a city friend saying that this heiress is in town. The friend sends him some of the cold lucre that is essential toward his winning her good graces, advising him to board at the house at which she is staying. He follows out his friend's instructions, goes to the house with the intention of courting the heiress, but instead of falling ...
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