Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Produced and directed by character actor Horace B. Carpenter, this low-budget silent Western starred the pedestrian Bill Patton as a sheriff's deputy who rescues a rancher (Carpenter) and his daughter from a gang of rustlers. It had all been done many times before but rarely this slipshod. Patton, who bore an unfortunate resemblance to silent screen clown Larry Semon, managed to carve a niche for himself in very inexpensive oaters. His career lasted until 1942.