Railroads, and railroad towns on the old Plains were in constant danger, but when the Lone Ranger is on the way the engineers and conductors can rest assured.
The Lone Ranger is on the trail of an outlaw named Kimberly. The outlaws are former rebels of the recent Civil War, and tyrants as they terrorize the railroads.
The sheriff is determined to drive them all out of town. He just has one problem, he’s also from the South, and town officials have trouble trusting him to do a good job. The malcontents are equally determined to have their way, and overthrow the sheriff, even if it means going outside the law to do it. Is the Civil War about to break out again in this little Western town?
It will take some organization, and financial backing for the rebellious faction. With Tonto lurking around, he soon takes word to the Lone Ranger. Will the sheriff be forced to step down from his position? Will the Lone Ranger be able to settle the tempers of the townsmen?
The Lone Ranger has a plan to unite the town, and make them realize the need to work together for the future progress of the town. Even if it means stirring up his own brand of trouble. And robbing the bank? Say it ain’t so! Don’t worry, the Lone
Ranger is just trying to prove a point, and the money is all given back.
There’s a lesson to be learned. Unite for a good cause against the evil at hand, and don’t just discount or mistrust a person based on invisible political ideals or geographic boundries.