Agents from a large mining interest from back East make plans to sabotage the Blue Star Mine. Their attempts at devaluing the mine should let them buy the mine for a steal. Will the new, and wealthy vein of gold be kept a secret for long? Hank has heard the men talking about the mine, and races off for help. He encounters a masked man who he spills all the beans to. How can the man, and Tonto take a hand in the matter to help?
Back in town Hank and the former owner of the mine try to get the sheriff involved. Will the lawman believe the story?
With Tonto’s help, Lone Ranger needs to make a plan to save the mine. Can he identify the shady agents who want the mine for themselves? Why is it important to intercept the stage coach?
There’s plenty of hard riding, fast paced action as Silver and Scout whisk our heros through the countryside. Can they reach the bad guys in time, and stop them at their every move? Will there be some doublecrossing betrayal going on among the crooks? Lone Ranger finally hands all the loose ends to the sheriff to win the day, and return the mine to it’s rightful owners.
PS: The term “Spavin Legged” is normally heard on the Lum and Abner show. A phrase, or exclamation given by Grandpappy Spears. What does it mean? Listen up as you listen to this episode to learn what it might mean. As Hank rides away for help, he uses in relation to his horse.