Synopsis by Janiss Garza
While this is still a Western, Harry Carey plays (not very successfully) a different kind of character than normal. Here he's Sundown Slim, a tramp poet who slides off a dusty boxcar to land in the town of Antelope. He finds an old pal there who commits a robbery. Slim takes the blame for the robbery, but the friend confesses and gets him off. Meanwhile, there's the typical feud between the cattle men and sheep owners and when everything is resolved, Slim goes to give the girl he loves an engagement ring but instead finds her in the arms of his friend. This picture didn't have much action and less romance -- in fact, it had practically nothing to offer other than Carey's presence.