Broncho Billy Anderson has hit a rich vein of gold. He takes the stage driven by Lee Willard to register his claim. Some claim jumpers poison Willard's hooch so they can beat Billy in to the land office. Can Willard's daughter, Marguerite Clayton, handle the reins well enough to beat them?
Although we look upon old westerns as very rigid in their roles, Anderson knew his audiences and reality well enough to let the girls do some real action, and Miss Clayton gets to look alternately goofy and extremely competent in her role. Perhaps this was in reaction to the increasingly popular westerns from William S. Hart, where gender roles were more rigid.
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