Synopsis by Janiss Garza
Although Jack Pickford was no Charles Ray, he performed nicely in this rural comedy. Johnny Spivins (Pickford) adores Milly Fields (Marguerite LaMotte), but since he's only an errand boy at the local grocery, he can't get her to look his way. Things get even worse when a city boy comes to town and boards at the Fields' home. He saves Milly from drowning and is hailed as a hero. After that Johnny figures he'll never be able to get through to Milly and decides to leave home. But his plans are interrupted when there's a bank robbery. Johnny nabs two of the robbers and brings them, and the loot, back to the village. Now Johnny's a hero and Milly finally admits that she cared for him all along.