Wild Bill and Jingles know they’re in for trouble when they get an important telegram. What will they find when they ride to town? A plot has been hatched by a blacksmith, but what can it be?
Commercial time. This new song cracks me up, “Right out of the box take a handfull out. Pop them into your mouth, as you run about.” Parents everywhere be warned, and get ready to ride herd on a bunch of kids, hyped up on sugar. Imagine, these sugar crazed kids, then became the social rebels of the 1960’s, and we have things like this commercial to blame.
Back to the story. Once they get to town, Bill learns his telegram was faked, but in light of all the bank robberies, he may still be helpful. The desperate bad guys are willing to do whatever it takes to stop Bill, so they can rob the payroll. Some of the blacksmiths plan of revenge shows itself when Bill and Jingles find their horses sabotaged. Then the sheriff is found dead.
The robbery goes down, and it’s looking like the bad guys have gotten away, but wait… Bill has a plan, and the mystery figured out. How did Bill figure it all out? What tipped him off?