Bob Conners was ashamed of his gun-shy son, Gordon. As a result, he never told Gordon of his suspicions about the train-payroll robbery that his Uncle Ian had been convicted for -- nor of his search for clues that would clear Ian's name. When Bob Conners was framed for rustling, an angry lynch mob showed up and killed him and his wife, then went after Gordon. At first Gordon couldn't understand why they were chasing him. But then he realized that whoever had robbed the payroll thought Gordon's father knew something and had passed the information on to his son.
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