|Cast||Bobby Burns Frances Ne Moyer George Reehm Walter Stull Ben Walker|
|Plot||Col. Hopkins, Betty, his daughter. Bob and Pete, play a game of quoits. The colonel and Bob have a quarrel and Pete, who is Bob's rival for Betty's love, urges the colonel on till Bob is discharged and Pete himself is made foreman. Bob gets work in the store, and writes to Betty of the fact, and sends the letter by Buck. When Buck gets to the ranch, Betty has just finished baking some angel cakes. She packs a large cake in a box and writes a note to Bob, telling him that if he does not eat it all, she will not love him any more. She gives Buck a piece of cake to carry the box to Bob. While Buck is sitting by a tree eating his cake, Pete gets the box and butters the cake with a generous layer of axle grease. When Buck is nearing the store, he is stopped by five or six Indians and they take the cake away from him and have a feast. Buck, seeing it disappear so fast, grasps a pie and eats it himself. Bob and the storekeeper are soon busy doping a lot of sick Indians with pain killer. Betty, on her road to the store for supplies, comes upon the crowd and Bob points to the terrible work of her cake. Betty cannot believe that her nice-looking cake was capable of laying out a half-dozen Redskins. She begins an investigation and scents axle grease. Suspicion points to Pete, and a plot is hatched to make him confess. Betty sends a note to the colonel, "I am in trouble, come quick and bring Pete." When they arrive the sheriff pretends to arrest Betty for poisoning the Indians. Pete confesses and the colonel fires him and Bob is restored to favor.... search for Angel Cake and Axle Grease on IMDb|
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