Senator John Clark (John Ince) comes from a rural area, and his sweetheart, Mary (Mary Charleson), is a farmer's daughter. But when he is elected governor of the state, he falls in love with Jane (Josephine Longworth), the daughter of his campaign manager. Clark leaves Mary behind and weds Jane, who happens to have a gambling problem. When she is in need of quick money, senator Worden (Francis Joyner) loans it to her, providing that she convince her husband to approve a bill he is trying to get passed. But Mary comes to Clark and pleads that he veto it, as it will ruin her father's farm. He suggests that she talk to Worden about amending the bill, and there she runs into Jane, who is trying to return the money she borrowed. The meeting between the three of them is interrupted when Clark shows up. Both women hide and listen in while Clark accuses Worden of having an affair with his wife. To defuse the situation, Mary appears and explains that Worden has agreed to the amendments. Jane, meanwhile, rushes home, swearing never to play cards again. Mary's good deed is not unrewarded -- she weds Clark's secretary.
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