Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Boyhood friends chose separate ways in this low-budget silent Western produced by poverty row company Sanford. One becomes a campaigner for Abraham Lincoln's election, the other trades with the Indians in a dishonest way. Both are in love with the daughters of an Army captain and are present at the stockade when the Indians attack. The film starred director Frank S. Mattison's son Matty Mattison.