The story is set in a mining community, and most of the humor and the plot derive from their response to the first woman to visit their camp. Many of the gags can in fact be seen in later westerns that use the same theme. All of the characters are likable, and that enables it to hold your interest through a fairly routine story.
The technique is solid, and is mostly typical of its era. There are a number of scenes in which many are characters on-screen at once, and some of the time the frame is a bit too crowded. But otherwise, it tells its story clearly and gives you a couple of smiles doing it.