In the wild Indian Territory, Jingles sings as he and Wild Bill enjoy the landscape. On their way to Red Mesa City, they see a stampede, and a couple of dead buffalo, but where are the hunters? Our heros find themselves surrounded by indians with bows at the ready.
Cheif Red Horse and his men think that Bill killed the buffalo, but all Billcan do is promise to do his best to catch the buffalo killers. The chief lets Bill go, but if the killers can’t be caught, it could mean indians on the warpath. Time to go enjoy those tasty treats, and that shiny aluminum bag to keep them fresh.
In Red Mesa City, the sheriff is warned of the encounter with indians. The sheriff doesn’t believe it, and want the indians out of the way. The senator is in town, and is willing to talk with Bill to learn the truth.
Out patrolling town, Bill intercepts what appears on the surface to be an indian attack, but indians don’t ride horses with freshly shod hooves. At dinner in the bordinghouse, Mrs Mallory tells about believing rumors, and Jingles helps to relate their encounter. Word of an aledged indian attack interupt dinner, which doesn’t make Jingles happy. He and Bill ride back into Indian Territory to talk with Cheif Red Horse.
Bill verifies with Red Horse about the rumor of gold that was brought up at dinner. Can the indians help Bill prove the rumors, or make the miners stop? We’ll find out after another break with that two gun cereal with the sweetening already on them.
While Bill stays with the indians, Jingles returns to town with a message that the indians have cleared out, and the gold is wide open for the taking. It’s just the bait for the trap to get the bad guys out in the open. As Bill and Jingles wait, two riders approach, and it’s not the cantankerous sheriff.
Evidence proves that the riders are the ones who had been stirring up trouble, and to find out who they are you’ll just have to listen in and figure it out.