Synopsis by Hal Erickson
The forgotten Vincent Brownell stars in this low-budgeter as the son of a wealthy lumber camp owner. Brownell arrives at the camp early in the film to make sure that nothing goes wrong with an important log shipment. But something does, thanks to his father's wicked rival David Torrence. Dismissed by one and all as a coward, Brownell stands up to the villain, retrieves the logs, ships them on schedule, and wins the girl (Virginia Brown Faire). Anyone who couldn't figure out the outcome of the plot by the second reel should have been drummed out of the theater in disgrace.
business, father, love, lumber-camp, rival, romance