Justice of the Sage (1912)
Jack Wilson and Bill Galoway, the sheriff, loved Bessie, daughter of the ranchman. In a spirit of fun Jack kissed Bessie, and, panic-stricken mounted his horse and galloped off. Bill, quarreling with the ranchman, struck him with a wrench and left him for dead. Seeing his chance to fasten the guilt on Jack, the sheriff hastily organizes a posse and soon overhauled Jack. He was summarily tried in a neighboring saloon, when Bessie, loving Jack, hurried to his rescue.- Written by Moving Picture World synopsis
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