In their carefree wanderings, Cisco and Pancho often find themselves in danger. Today the inseparable partners visit an old soldier friend, named Davis. He is in a salloon, in a card game, and on a losing streak. The former soldier with the old war wound is near the breaking point as he leaves for home.
When Cisco rides in to town, will he be able to raise the old soldiers spirits? With the help of Mrs Davis, Pancho stays near the house to catch the old soldier if he comes back, while Cisco heads back to the salloon to calm down his friend. Davis has taken his gun belt, and the fear is that he’s going berserk, and about to take revenge on his gambling partners that he lost to. Will Cisco be in time to stop any shoot outs?
It’s not looking good, and soon the old soldier is stalking the unsuspecting Pancho. As Pancho guards the Davis home, he occupies his mind with his two favorite topics, food and sleep. Being the old soldier that he is, Davis manages to sneak up on Pancho and capture him. Mrs Davis is worried, but her husband flees with Pancho to the desert. With no one else who can be harmed, Cisco goes to rescue Pancho, and negotiate with his old soldier friend.
Though his mental state is shaky, Cisco overcomes his friend, Davis, and takes him in alive to get the medical treatment he needs.