Gold miner Jim Goldenin ( Harry Carey ) who has a reputation for being shiftless, is in love with postmistress Miss Dot Dennihan ( Carol Holloway ). He finds a baby abandoned by Indians, adopts it, and begins again to work his claim. Parky ( Charles Brinley ), a swindler, discovers that Jim has struck gold, and when the baby is taken ill and Jim is sent to fetch the doctor, Parky annexes the claim. Jim defeats the gang in a gunfight, rescues Miss Dot from Parky, and eventually marries her.
This 1921 western was produced by the Universal Film Manufacturing Company and starred popular actor, Harry Carey. Sadly, it is now listed as unknown on the list of lost silent films.
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