Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
One of the silent screen's few cowgirls, Eileen Sedgwick (sister Josie was her chief competitor) starred in this low-budget Western produced by H.T. Henderson for Chesterfield Motion Pictures. Sedgwick once again played a beleaguered ranch owner in trouble over water rights; to her rescue comes a dashing United States Marshal. This 5-reel silent Western was one of four Sedgwick oaters released by Chesterfield.