The Army asks that all westward travelers be stopped due to Indian troubles. Earp warns a group of True Lighter missionaries that in reality are a gang of thieves. The leader Brother Dolph tells Jennie Brandt that she must court Earp to learn the timing of a Wells Fargo gold shipment. Knowing what Dolph did to her relatives, Jennie agrees. The group threatens to whip Jennie when Earp arrives causing him to take her with him to Dodge City. They find her a job with Miss Morgan at her dress shop. Jennie aggressively courts Earp who himself is smitten with her. However, Masterson and Kelley become concerned they are too serious so they arrest Jennie and take her to Topeka. Jennie has done her job of reducing the protection for the gold shipment so what will Earp do in response? Written by
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Numerous young women set their caps for Wyatt Earp, the Marshal of Dodge City. But Wyatt, true to the memory of a youthful wife who died, was usually on guard against designing females. Then along came Miss Jenny Brand, and on the Kansas frontier, men like Wyatt Earp believed in a code of civility which rendered them vulnerable.