Fred makes love to Dolly, the daughter of a neighboring ranchman, who resents the young man's attentions. This news Fred imparts to his mother, who, by the way, is a widow. The insult is, of course, resented by her, and as a revenge she plans to win over the old ranchman, a widower, hoping by so doing that the neighborly feud will be ended and that her son will be able to marry Dolly. The widow, whose scheme has been working successfully, is on her way to town with the widower-ranchman, her lame excuse being that possibly Dolly, for whom the ranchman is looking, has gone into town with Fred, and that they might have gone to the parson's to be married. Before the widower gets to town he becomes aware that the widow has some very charming ways, and when they get to the parson's, and find that Dolly and Fred have really been married, the widower suggests that the feud might be doubly ended if the heads of the family were to be united. Meanwhile Joe has called the sheriff's attention to ...
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