Ben Trego dies defending his twin sons from Indian attack. Separated, the two boys grow up very differently, one as Paul Marsden, the other as a cowboy named Three Word Brand. Paul becomes governor of Utah while Brand partners with George Barton in a ranch. The owner of the adjacent ranch plots to get Barton and Brand out of the way in order to control water rights. When Governor Marsden comes to the area to investigate, Brand sees the resemblance between them, though neither knows about his twin. Brand waylays Paul and takes his place as governor in an attempt to thwart the crooked rancher in the water rights scheme.
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Not Much in Mouth Work---He Was the "Listenin'est Man in Utah"--But in a Fight--Oh Man! (Print Ad-The Morning Leader,((Regina, Sask.)) 5 December 1921)
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Reels 1 and 2 of this film survive at the UCLA Film and Television Archives, in original nitrate form, reels 3 and 4 were discarded for unknown reasons and their catalogue does not state why. See more