"Story is woven around a quack selling bottled cures in a small western town. The saloon owner buys the services of the quack's daughter as an entertainer and, soon after sending the old boy and the sick daughter away to the city, sets to work pawing the gal and emoting vile thoughts. The hero has no particular status, remaining the mysterious stranger to the bitter end." ( Variety, 22 Aug 1928, p34.)
Alvin J. Neitz
May have been produced some years earlier than release.