A gypsy girl is brought to the sheriff by a ranchman with the demand that her people be forced to move off his land. The hot-blooded woman no sooner sees the sheriff when she falls in love with him. She displays her womanly charms and the animal instinct in him is aroused. Ella, the sheriff's sweetheart, is a simple sort of a country girl, yet the gypsy woman hates her and in turn, when the gypsy's name is connected with that of the sheriff by the town people, Ella also hates. She tells the sheriff that she will have nothing to do with him until the gypsy leaves town. Understanding, or believing he does, the sheriff goes to the gypsy girl, tells her that they are of a different race, that their places in life are widely separated and she consents to leave with her folks. After their departure the sheriff is notified that a notorious outlaw is in his territory. He rides into the mountains. The outlaw successfully seeks refuge with the gypsies, though the girl washes her hands of the ...
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