Bob Carson and his pal Hank O'Hara are wandering through the west and stop at a western café and get into an argument with bad guys Mort Van Vlack and Al Sinclair. Alice Bartlett, recently orphaned, rides to town and pays money lender William Skinner on a note he holds against her late father's ranch. She does not know the note is a forgery made by Skinner and his henchmen Mort and Al. The latter dust off Skinner after an argument over how to split the money. Carson goes to Skinner's office, and is leaning over the dead man's corpse when the Sheriff shows up and arrests him for the killing. Written by
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Did You Know?
While silent films usually only gave running time in length in reels or footage, the music cue sheet, arranged by Joseph E. Zivelli
, that came with this film noted that the five reels came to "53 minutes when scored". See more