A stage coach full of passengers stops at the station to take a break. The marshall escorts Mrs Boyles, a woman whose husband was killed, and she can identify the killer. The station master hears the story from the lawman as they go to his office. Elsewhere, we join up with Tonto and the Lone Ranger who are looking for the same outlaw. Out at Sam Jenkins place, Bobby, a hired hand at the station, is thrilled at his new horse that Sam got for him. Will his news about the sheriff’s arrival concern Sam at all?
As Bobby learns the truth, he doesn’t want to believe his mentor could do such a thing. Will Sam take advantage of the adoring youth? Does he even know why Bobby has asked him for his hat and horse? On the range, the masked man has Jenkins in hand to turn over to the law. Where’s Bobby?
Sam is genuinely upset that Bobby could be hurt, and his request makes sense now. Bobby could recover, but if living means to go on after his mentor has been hanged for murder, he would rather die too. Can the Lone Ranger intervene, and convince Bobby to live? Is there any hope for Sam? If anybody could resolve this agonizing situation well, it is the Lone Ranger.
However, this is one of those dramas where the end is cut short. The world may never know the fate of our players I hate when that happens. Here’s my best guess to the finish… Bobby pulls through, and Sam is either cleared of the murder, or the woman forgives him since he has been doing so well with
Bobby. Better yet, the real killer is found, and Sam is proved innocent. What do you think?