Bill Brant, a bad man, has a fine daughter, who is in love with a good man, Tom Travis, foreman of the Diamond "S" ranch. Brant has the unhappy faculty of eliminating the last letter of his name and adding a "d" on other people's cattle, in the argot of the west, a rustler. The redoubtable Tom Travis has been looking after his diminishing herd and happens to so by the Brant cabin, following a warm trail. He finds that the girl has been locked in the cabin by heavy bars having been nailed across the windows and door. He concludes that this is due to two reasons: one, that she cannot get away, and the other, that she cannot discover the operations of Brant and his accomplices. Tom gives the girl her liberty and suggests that they go at once and get married. So they ride off double, on their happy errand. The rustlers, returning, find the girl gone and start after the couple. Tom and his inamorata reach the home of the minister first: but Brant arrives on the scene, furiously declaring ...
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