The Riders of the Purple Sage sing a few bars, but after a musical interlude sing, Across the Alley from the Alamo.
In the headquarters of the Texas Rangers, orders are being given. The small band of Rangers approach the quiet little town, and make plans to ride in seperatly, to pose as strangers to each other. Jimmy and his friends gather info on the bad guys, and try to stay low key to share what they each have learned. Is the crime they are out to take down just a one man job, or is there partners involved?
Some key clues are found, and the Rangers go to the sheriff with a way to prove who is behind the robberies. Jimmy tells who the crook is, and what tipped him off to him. Cottonseed Clark calls on Jimmy Wakeley to sing, Love is Everywhere.