The men spot a Jewish peddler trying to herd cattle from his wagon. Favor lets him join the drive for his safety. However, over time he proves to be a lucky charm for the drive and eventually finds his own luck and love.
Jewish immigrant peddler in distress is saved by Favor, and he joins the drive. Everyone here ends up saving each other. Later, the peddler saves an Indian girl from her abusive white step-father and saves the day for Favor and the herd in two unexpected ways. The girl later saves the the life of the peddler and intercedes with Indians (her old tribe) who are starving and will fight for one-third of Favor's herd. Enter the peddler whose bargaining skills and generosity save the day again. The peddler learns a valuable lesson though: that instead of returning to Holland, he should stay in America because he has learned that "Home is where your love is" - America and another little goody he just picked up! Written by