A country dance is interrupted by two cowboys who dash in fighting. A girl is the cause, and she rushes between them to break up the hostilities. They are then hurried out by the boys, who endeavor to effect a reconciliation, but they fail and Clay goes away. A month later the girl and Clay are married. Four years elapse and we are introduced to Clay's little girl. They live in an isolated place, and Clay has gone to the settlement for supplies. The baby watches her father until he is out of sight, then wanders on alone in search of him. Even the four years have not served to make Clay and his old-time rival friends, and this morning as they meet upon the trail, Clay, as usual, refuses to speak. Riding along, Clay runs into a band of Apaches, and he beats a hasty retreat, followed by the Indians. He overtakes John, and warns him of their danger. A stray shot hits Clay, causing him to fall from his horse unnoticed by John who, when he discovers the riderless horse beside him, rushes ...
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