Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
The second in a series of eight Jack Hoxie Westerns produced by poverty row veteran Benjamin F. Wilson, this low-budget oater starred Hoxie as an impoverished Easterner who travels West in search of fame and fortune. Settling down in a rough mining town known as "Sinners Settlement," Hoxie strikes it rich but is wounded in a fight with tough Wilbur McGaugh. Lovely Evelyn Nelson nurses him back to health and, knowing she will wait for him, Hoxie returns East to pay off his father's debt. Hoxie's wife, Marin Sais, played a jealous saloon girl in the film.