Jimmie Sharp, a vaudeville artist, arrives in the west for a vacation. Having secured comfortable quarters in the local hotel, he mounts his horse and rides out to see the country. Becoming lost, he inquires the way from Dorothy Dix, a ranchman's daughter, with whom he falls in love at first sight. Notwithstanding that she is engaged to Burt, a young cowboy employed by her father, Jimmie enters the race. Jimmie plans to make Dorothy think Burt is a trifler. To carry out his scheme he dresses as a girl and makes Burt's acquaintance. The young cowboy is susceptible and apparently falls an easy victim to the wiles of the captivating young lady. While Burt is very busy trying to make himself agreeable to his new acquaintance, Dorothy puts in an appearance and starts to make things lively. During the excitement the two girls get in a mix-up and Jimmie's wig is pulled off. This exposure makes Burt the laughing stock, and he is very glad to make his peace with Dorothy. Jimmie immediately ...
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