Dan Coughlin, a ranger, comes upon a band of smugglers and succeeds in capturing one of them, a half-breed Mexican, "Easy" Joe by name. Joe is taken to headquarters and locked up, while all efforts to wring a confession from him as to the whereabouts of the band's rendezvous have failed. It is not long, however, before the others of the gang make an effort to liberate their pal and send an Indian to spy upon Dan and other members of the troupe. Dan is in love with pretty Molly Parsons, a young woman of the village, the sole support of herself and little sister, a child of seven. "Cissy," the little one, while thoroughly in love with Dan herself, makes life a torment for the big "sis" and her beau, by frustrating every attempt of Dan's to make a proposal until the big ranger takes the young lady into hand and locks her in another room long enough to make his proposal and obtain the fair lady's faint "yes." The Indian spy has followed Dan to Molly's home and through the window has seen ...
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