The opening scene of the picture shows a pioneer family at work on the finishing touches of their new log house, built upon a section of land upon which they have staked their claim. Jim, the eldest son of the Waymans, has been paying attention to pretty Betty Price, the only daughter of old Tom Price, a trapper and scout, whose comfortable home is situated within a short distance of the Waymans. Betty, who had had some of the advantages of Eastern schools, but who had foresworn all the pleasures of a social life to be with her father on the frontier, was rather impressed with the handsome young suitor, and at the beginning of our story had made Jim supremely happy by giving him her promise to become his wife just as soon as he was able to clear his own land and provide her with a home. Bright were the prospects of these two young lovers until a shadow crept into their lives in the shape of Bill Horn, a half-breed Indian scout. Through dealings Bill had with Tom Price, he encountered ...
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On the Warpath (1909)