On the night before a cowboy and his two friends arrive home with a herd of cattle, one of the friends double-crosses the others and aids a gang of cattle rustlers. He changes his mind at the last minute, but is killed in the confusion. Believing that he is responsible for his friend's death, the cowboy and his other friend get a job on a ranch that happens to be owned by the dead man's father. The cowboy falls in love with the dead man's sister, but they separate after a misunderstanding. Finally, the rustlers appear at the ranch, and after they are overcome, the cowboy and the sister are reconciled.
Al St. John
White King, The Wonder Horse
George H. Callaghan
The film's working title was Song of the Prairie. According to Hollywood Reporter, this film marked the screen debut of four-year-old Billy Lenhart. Modern sources include George Fiske and George Morrell as additional cast members.