The home of a frontier family is suddenly attacked by Apache Indians, who kill the parents, set fire to the house and carry off the small boy. He is raised to believe himself an Indian and becomes the leader of his tribe. Fifteen years later, we discover him a man, grown. While on a raid, he and the Indians see the wagon of a settler and give chase. They overtake it, kill the driver and burn the wagon. Col. Worthington receives a message that "Apache Kid" is responsible for this. Two scouts discover the burning wagon, and a dead white man. The troop soon arrives and sally forth in search of the Indians. The cavalry captures "Apache Kid" and his foster father, Old Chato. At the barracks, the ladies become very much interested in the "Kid" when they learn he is of white origin. Mary, the colonel's daughter, believes there is some hope for him; she persuades her father to send for him. Of course, the colonel cannot refuse Mary. They are brought into the room, and Mary insists upon ...
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