Synopsis by Janiss Garza
William Russell did his best work in Westerns, and here he plays saloon owner Bill Lark, who is given three days to live when he ends up the loser in a dispute with villain Jim Pemberton (Henry J. Herbert). Lark figures that he might as well do some good with the time he has left and tends to the one family in the town of Suffering Creek. The wife has run off with Pemberton, and Lark takes care of the twin children (Malcolm Cripo and Helen Stone) while the father goes after the wayward couple. Lark gets the wife to return to her husband and drives a stage coach through an attack of bandits headed by Pemberton before the husband finally gets his vengeance and shoots the villain down. So Lark escapes his death sentence and returns to his dance hall girlfriend (Louise Lovely). This picture was based on a story by Ridgwell Cullum.