Walter Johnson, a young college chap in the east, receives word that he has been left a legacy of one million dollars by an eccentric uncle, providing he marries the old fellow's niece who lives in Mustang, Arizona. At the same time the niece, Alice Perkins, a pretty western girl, gets word of a million left to her by her late uncle if she will marry his nephew from Boston. Now Walter doesn't care a hang about marrying someone he has never seen, neither does Alice. So Walter dons the disguise of a foppish dude, hikes out to Mustang, secures the address of Alice and prepares to sicken her of his make-up. But Alice, in the meantime, has decided to play the same joke on her "intended," takes her parents into the scheme and all have rigged themselves out as a family of most ferocious westerners, picking their teeth with bowie-knives and whanging at everything with six-shooters. Therefore, when Walter calls, he is dumbfounded and soon takes to his heels, at the smell of powder. Getting out...
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