Bob Ford, a young college graduate and a man-about-town, self-willed and wild, who tries his father's patience and generosity by going the limit, is called to a sudden halt by the old gentleman and sent out west with his valet to work on Jones' ranch in Texas and prove to his father that he is not a hopeless renegade. Bob arrives in Texas with his valet, whom he tells to take his place and pretend that he is Bob while he, Bob, will pretend to be the valet. Mr. Jones has a very pretty daughter, Flora, for whom her father feels some anxiety about coming in contact with a young city fellow, college bred like Bob, fearing that she will fall in love with him. Jenkins, the valet, presents the note from Bob's father to Mr. Jones, and the valet is received as Mr. Ford's son, while Bob is treated as the valet. The "Boys" about the ranch lay plans to put Jenkins through a course of sprouts and the way they do it would do credit to a "hazing bee." Bob runs against a snag when he meets Langdon ...
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