A somber mood hangs over Clark, Jimmy, and Tumbleweed after they discovered that Commanche Joe had been gunned down. He was more than just a good friend, but without is help, Tumbleweed stands to lose the ranch, and all he has.
Clark does his best to convince Tumbleweed to not give up. As they review all the mishaps, they arrive at the conclusion of who is behind the tragedies. How can justice be done?
Chaney is on hand to press legal charges against Tumbleweed. As bad as it looks at the injustice, Clark suggests that Tumbleweed go along to jail. Jimmy is in tears at it all. Isn’t there anything our heros can do? Riding to the indian reservation, Clark and Jimmy plan to convince the tribe, and lawful recipients of the land, to let Tumbleweed have it. Will it be as easy as that? Has the relations between the indian and the white man been abused too often in the past for a friendly outcome?