Danger was the byword of men in the old West, and when the danger grew to be to much, they called on Wild Bill Hickock.
Railroad work crews lay track, and a little boy helps his dad by taking water to the men. Along the way, the boy meets an indian boy, and they become friends. Later though, there’s an indian raid.
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Elsewhere, Bill and Jingles ride along the countryside. Word of the indian trouble reaches them, and they race to the railroad camp to lend their help. Bill learns of more troubles than just indians, a rash of sabotage has broken out, causing the workmen to quit. Who could want the railroad stopped?
Bill and Jingles rie to talk with the indian chief. The indians admit to the raid, but there’s more going on than unhappy indians. When the two boys get back together, the real truth begins to emerge. Bill takes the chief and Halloran, the railroad boss, to meet and come to an agreement, but the sabotage keeps up.
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Back to the show, a forrest fire is set, and little Red Fox, and Halloran’s son are tapped with Jingles. They escape, but the fire rages, and is heading for the railroad camp. There are still secrets about why the sabotage has taken place, but a full confession comes out with a little pressure from Wild Bill.