Doc Adams arrives home at the end of his day, and is stopped by Sam on a business matter. His son Junior gets a lesson in remembering manners as Lou calls Doc in for dinner. If it weren’t for her diligence, and insistence, meal times wouldn’t hold a consistent schedule.
The quiet evening is disrupted when the fire alarm sounds through the town. Will the telephone operator, Mabel, have any updates for doc? Will his services be needed on the scene?
The livery barn houses 3 year old race horces, and is burning quickly. Will there be any hope of rescuing any of them? Just then, Junior finds himself in trouble at the fire. Will Doc Adams also be in trouble when he races into the barn to help? Though word comes that the fire has to do with an acting troupe, and isn’t arson, it still doesn’t take away from the danger that people are in, but don’t worry, there’s a happy ending waiting.