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The first scene opens on the property of a well-known Western ranchman. A bunch of cow punchers are assembled wasting their time and their employer's money by playing cards. The ranchman catches them at the game, quickly breaks it up, and sends them to work. One cow puncher, a greaser, who dislikes being ordered about, even by his employer, tells the ranchman so. A fight ensues in which the ranchman gets the better of the greaser, and kicks him off the place. After this, the greaser swears revenge. He hits upon a plan, and with the assistance of another greaser they secure the ranchman's little girl, taking with them a shepherd dog, a playmate of the little girl, the dog being utilized later on by the greasers, as the story will show. Eventually the two greasers, the little girl and the dog arrive at the greasers' hut, and a note is written to the little girl's father, stating that she has been taken out of revenge for the treatment the greaser received at the hands of the ranchman ...

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