Wally returns from prison having been framed by outlaw Bowers and Banker Brown. When Wally and Bowers fight, Wally is jailed. Getting the Sheriff and posse out of town, Bowers robs Brown's bank to get the note implicating him in Wally's crime. Helen seeing the robbery frees Wally who starts out single handed after the gang.
—Maurice VanAuken <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Wally Moore is unjustly convicted of a crime after been framed by circumstantial evidence by town-banker Brown and outlaw-leader Jack Bowers. After serving his two-year sentence he comes back home to find that his ranch has been foreclosed on by the bank. Wally, protecting Helen, the Sheriff's daughter, from being assaulted by Bowers, once again finds himself behind bars. Bowers and his gang lure the Sheriff and his posse out of town in order to rob the bank. Helen lets Wally out of jail and he pursues the four bandits.
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