Mrs. Pemberton-Pomeroy takes her niece, Alice Langdon, to the Lazy K ranch to recuperate from the effect of an arduous social campaign following the announcement of the engagement of Alice to a distant cousin, Rex Leachwood, who is another protégé of the rich and autocratic old lady. Rex is left behind to enjoy the roof-garden performances and the comforts of his club, which is much more to his taste than roughing it on a ranch with a girl whom he is marrying only because his aunt insists and wields the ever effective club of disinheritance. But soon there comes a hurry call from the ranch. Alice has taken more than a decided liking to Donald Barton, who returns her interest compounded. Until Alice came Don was entirely content to be engaged to Bessie Bowman, daughter of the owner of Lazy K and pretty Bessie joins forces with Mrs. Pemberton-Pomeroy to win her sweetheart back. Rex answers the summons promptly, as is wise in an heir presumptive, but he finds Bessie decidedly interesting...
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