Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
The star of low-budget Premium Picture Productions, Jack Livingston played a small-town youth educated in the east who returns to the homestead unaware of a feud existing between his family and the neighbors. As it turns out, the trouble was coursed by Al Ferguson, a rival for the attention of pretty Mary Wynn. Of the three leads, Ferguson enjoyed the longest career, appearing in countless B-Westerns and serials 1915-1956.
engineering, family-feud, father, love, oil-well, revenge, schoolteacher, trespassing