Bill and Jim, brothers, live a lonely life in the mountains. Jim makes a trip to town. He becomes infatuated with Nan, the daughter of the general storekeeper, Pete, one of the rough-necks of the town, thinks she belongs to him. When he sees Jim paying attention to her, he shows his displeasure and declares his intention of putting a stop to his interference. Brother Bill becomes anxious when Jim does not return. Bill learns the situation of affairs and he asks Nan not to jolly Jim any further. In reply, he receives a slap in the face. There is a dance on at the Hall that night, and Jim has a date to take Nan. Pete is furious and follows them. Bill gets to the dance hall in time to shoot out the lights and prevent Pete from getting a bead with his gun on Jim. The dancers are thrown into confusion in the darkness. Bill makes up his mind to teach Nan a lesson for trifling with Jim. He seizes her around the waist and carries her outside. Jumping on his horse with Nan in his arms, he ...
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