Mr. Josh Banks a ranchman, receives word that his niece, a pretty Chicago girl of eighteen, is on her way to make them a visit. The news immediately electrifies things down in the cowpunchers' bunkhouse, and all the boys begin sprucing up to he presented to the fair one. She arrives, casts a withering glance at the big rawboned fellows waiting to meet her and sweeps off on her uncle's arm into the house, while the latter looks hack and winks his eye at the boys. They are dumbfounded and hike back to the bunkhouse completely crushed. One of them passing the front porch in the afternoon finds her reading a hook and hurries off to tell the other cowboys. They all slip around to make another try, but when they confront her she flounces up and slips into the house again. A moment later "the old man" with a grim look steps out and remarks pointedly that if certain of his "good fer nawthin' cowpunchin' greasers don't fade into the background'' he'll do something. Finally the boys rebel and ...
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