Bob and Will Burnett are twins. Bob is working hard in Arizona, while Will is doing his best to spend his patrimony in riotous living, Bob finally strikes it rich and not having seen his native town of Rustville in six years, he decides to return home. In the meantime Will has been having his troubles with his numerous creditors and on the very day Bob is to arrive with his pockets stuffed with money, Will's affairs reach a climax. His morning's mail consists of a pile of urgent duns and he owes his help, butcher, liquor dealer, etc., money. He visits his fiancée, Violet Ames. The Ames home is the only oasis in his desert. Violet has some new photographs, one of which she gives Will, writing upon it a most beautiful and touching sentiment in connection with her autograph. Leaving her with expressions of undying love Will returns home and then and there meets his Waterloo. No sooner does he arrive in his house than his "finish" begins. His servants come in with their baggage and tell ...
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