Little Jake goes into Sarah Jones' shop and learns that Pedro the Bandit is in town. Pedro's attempted bank robbery is foiled by the Sheriff, Tex Tucker. Grandpa Twink tells Little Jake all about Tex... Once upon a time, Tex, together with his horse, Rocky, and his dog, Dusty, were crossing a desolate trail when they came across a child, a little Indian boy named Makooya. The boy was very hungry and so were Tex and his friends. But this was a barren place and there was no food to be found. Tex built a fire and little Makooya fell asleep. In the middle of the night he woke up screaming the word 'Kalamakooya' and an Indian Chief materialised. He caused the trees to bloom and the water falls to flow, and as a reward for finding his son, he gave Tex four magic feathers. One gave Dusty the power of speech, anothor did the same for Rocky, and the two remaining feathers made Tex' s guns swivel and fire automatically whenever he was in danger. Little Jake is delighted with this story and even more delighted when Pedro returns to town and is foiled again by Tex Tucker.
Pedro and Fernando, the Bandits, plan to kidnap Doc Haggerty and hold him to ransom. Fernando rides into town and tells Doc that Pedro is wounded and needs Doc's help, When Doc arrives at the Bandits' shack he is tied to a chair and Pedro writes a note to Tex Tucker, asking for 5,000 dollars if the citizens of Four Feather Falls want to see Doc alive again. Meanwhile, little Makooya has fallen sick and Chief Kalamakooya wants Doc to tend the little Indian boy. Tex, Dusty and Rocky set out to find Pedro and Fernando. When the Bandits see that Tex has no money with him they decide to shoot him. But Tex's magic guns fire first and the bandits are quickly routed. Doc is rescued and taken to Makooya, and soon the little Indian boy is well again.
Pedro, desperate in his efforts to outwit Tex, realises that his only hope is to deprive him of the magic four feathers, which Tex always keeps in his hat. Pedro's accomplice Fernando, acting as decoy, starts shooting within earshot of the Sheriff's office. Tex hearing the shots, goes out to investigate and is confronted by Fernando. Meanwhile, Pedro sneaks into the office where Tex's hat is hanging, and exchanges the magic feathers for ordinary ones. Dusty, who sees this, follows Pedro and takes the magic feathers from his hip pocket. He then goes off to find Rocky, jumps on his back and together they gallop off to find Tex who, without the aid of the magic feathers is at the mercy of the two bandits. They arrive in time to place the magic feathers in Tex's hand and to enable him once again to outwit the bandits.
Pedro rides into Four Feather Falls and announces that he is a reformed character. Tex isn't convinced and arrests the Bandit. After a few days in jail, Tex decides to give Pedro a chance and releases him. Pedro goes shopping for a new sombrero and cheats Ma Jones out of four dollars. As he comes out of the shop an arrow whizzes past him and he's confronted by Red Scalp who accuses the Bandit of horse stealing. Ma Jones also comes after Pedro and accuses him of deceiving her. Tex forces Pedro to pay his debts, and the Bandit leaves the town in disgrace.
Tex Tucker is lured out of Four Feather Falls by a phoney telegraph message sent by Big Ben the Bandit. The message says that the town's stage-coach will be attacked at Redstone Pass. Tex leaves his magic guns with Little Jake and rides off. At the Pass, Tex is ambushed by Big Ben who ties him up and puts a noose around his neck. He leaves Tex sitting on Rocky, underneath a tree. If Rocky moves Tex will be left hanging. Big Ben's plan is to take over Four Feather Falls, but he hasn't reckoned on Tex's magic guns which are held by Little Jake. Little Jake soon disarms Big Ben and claps him in jail, Then he sets off to find Tex and Rocky. Little Jake arrives at Redstone Pass just as a rattlesnake is slithering towards Rocky. Tex is urging his horse to save himself, but Rocky refuses to move, knowing that if he does Tex will die by the hangman's noose. The magic guns quickly take care of the rattlesnake and Tex and Rocky are saved, thanks to Little Jake. At the end of the story we discover that Little Jake has only been dreaming, and the events in the episode never really happened.
Grandpa Twink is held up by Fernado the Bandit who demands Grandpa's little gold watch. Just in time Tex Tucker intervenes. But before the issue is resolved Fernando draws Tex's attention to smoke signals in the hills. He convinces the Sheriff that they are about to be attacked by Indians. Tex orders every man in the town to start building barricades and reluctantly agrees with Fernando's crafty suggestion that he, too, should join in the fray. While awaiting the Indian attack, Tex has"some shut eye"... and Fernando, escaping the attentions of Doc Haggerty and Dan Morse, steals the Sheriff's magic hat and substitutes his own. Unknown to Fernando, however, Dusty exchanges the hats once again. A tom-tom beats in the distance and it seems that the Indians are about to move in. When the shooting begins it's discovered that the"Indians" are Fernando and his side-kick, Pedro. Fernando, of course, believes that the"magic guns" are out of commission. Poor Fernando! Poor Pedro!
While Tex Tucker is out of town riding with Little Jake, Pedro the Bandit holds up Ma Jones' store. He shoots bottles off the counter... then makes off with provisions and some money. On his return to Four Feather Falls, Tex is met by Grandpa Twink who tells him what has happened. Meanwhile, Pedro has been trailed by Dusty to Rock Canyon. Here Pedro is met by Red Scalp with whom he cooks up another scheme to"make ourselves a little money". Red Scalp is to tell Tex Tucker that his people have been attacked by white banditos in Yellow Gulch Hills... Tex will ride out of town to find the culprits... leaving the way clear for Pedro to rob the bank. Red Scalp is worried by the threat of the"magic guns" but Pedro tells him that they do not work on Indians. The faithful Dusty has overheard their plans, and he scampers off to warn Tex. So when Red Scalp comes along with his"attack story" the next morning, the Sheriff is prepared for him. He absolutely refuses to leave town. When he turns his back on Red Scalp the Indian raises his tomahawk to strike a death blow. It doesn't fall however for, like lightning, the"magic guns" swivel backwards and shoot the tomahawk out of Red Scalp's grasp. Later, when Red Scalp is about to give Pedro the closest haircut of his life for lying about the guns not working on Indians, Tex Tucker appears on the scene. Tex decides not to intervene. He allows Red Scalp to carry on the good work, tells Pedro to cover his bald head with his hat, then proceeds to shoot the hat away up Main Street.
Pedro and Fernando, the Bandits, start a prairie fire and lure Tex Tucker out of Four Feather Falls. As Tex rides out, Pedro and Fernando ride in, intent on robbing the bank of its latest gold consignment. Tex has deputised Dusty to stay in town to keep an eye on things – in particular, the bank. When Dusty sees Pedro and Fernando ride in he sets off to warn Tex. While Tex is fighting the prairie fire he loses one of his magic feathers and Dusty is unable to speak. Precious time is lost while Tex, Dusty and Rocky look for the missing feather. Eventually, they find it and Dusty gasps out his message. They arrive back in Four Feather Falls just in time to stop Pedro and Fernando from robbing the bank. Thanks to Dusty, the gold is saved.
Chief Kalamakooya tells Tex that Red Scalp is buying guns from a white man. Tex suspects Big Ben the Bandit and visits him with Dusty and Rocky. He warns Big Ben to stop gun-trading with Red Scalp. When Tex returns to Four Feather Falls, Dusty stays behind to keep an eye on Big Ben's cabin. He overhears Big Ben tell Red Scalp to meet him at Dead Man's Hill the following day. The next day Tex is waiting at the Hill. Big Ben and Red Scalp arrive separately, but they both see Tex's hat move behind a boulder. The Bandit and the Indian both think that the other has brought an accomplice to double-cross them, and start a shooting match. Tex intervenes and arrests them both. Chief Kalamakooya punishes Red Scalp according to Indian law and Big Ben is taken to jail.
As Grandpa Twink and Ma Jones drive their buggy through Yellow Gulch Pass they're held up by Pedro and Fernando, the Bandits. Pedro has set up a toll-gate and says that the citizens of Four Feather Falls must now pay to go through the Pass. Ma Jones refuses and she and Grandpa Twink take an alternative route into town through Black Boulder Canyon – a grim and forbidding place. Outwitted, Pedro and Fernando decide to steal some dynamite and blast down a huge black boulder which perilously hangs over the Canyon. If their plan succeeds, the Canyon will be completely blocked, and travellers to Four Feather Falls will have to pay Pedro and Fernando to go through Yellow Gulch Pass. Meanwhile, Tex Tucker has heard about the toll-gate and suspects the bandits' next move. He arrives at the Black Boulder in time to place the dynamite in a different position. With one shot from his magic guns he explodes the dynamite and the boulder crashes down into Yellow Gulch Pass foiling the bandits' plan to block up Black Boulder Canyon. The boulder smashes the bandits' toll-gate and also makes Black Boulder Canyon a safe route into Four Feather Falls.
Grandpa Twink tells how Sheriff Tex Tucker got himself arrested. Tex, Dusty and Rocky are on their way to Silver City in response to a call for help from Sheriff Jameson. Along the trail they camp down for the night. Suddenly a dark-clad man springs from the undergrowth, throws a blanket over Rocky, and rides him off into the darkness. The following day Tex and Dusty are trudging wearily along the trail when they encounter a bearded rider, Ruff Snyder, who is leading an extra horse. Snyder sells Tex the spare horse for fifty dollars.Tex and Dusty next run up against the very man they were looking for – Sheriff Jameson. But he does not believe that Tex is a Sheriff and in the saddle bag of the newly bought horse he discovers a stolen hag of money. Despite his protests, Tex is arrested and slung into jail... he refuses to use the magic guns on the law man. Ruff Snyder turns up at the jail and denies that he sold Tex a horse. Some nights later Tex and Dusty, looking out of their cell window, see Big Ben, obviously the 'Phantom Rider' — tether Rocky in the yard behind the jail. Ben calls on Tex and tells him that Jameson is on his way to Four Feather Falls to take over there.And Tex realises that the whole thing has been a frame-up. The magic guns, which until now have been kept in reserve, swivel into action and, first, Big Ben and, later, the crooked Sheriff Jameson are made to realise that only one man can be Sheriff of Four Feather Falls – Tex Tucker.
Pedro and Fernando, the Bandits, find a map which leads to buried gold underneath the jail in Four Feather Falls. Tex overhears Pedro arranging for Fernando to be arrested so that he can dig for the gold in the jail. As the jail needs a new floor digging out and as the burried treasure doesn't exist, Tex happily arrests Pedro, instead of Fernando, and leaves the lazy Bandit alone in jail so that he can get along with the hard task of digging. Meanwhile, Mr. Jackson, the Bank Manager has broken the key to his strongroom, and the local cowboys can't be paid. Back in the jailhouse, Pedro is digging so weIl that he has made a passage beneath the street and right into the bank's strongroom. He thinks he has found buried treasure and starts handing out bags of gold through the jailhouse window where Fernando should be waiting to collect. But Fernando is asleep, and instead Pedro unknowingly hands out the bags of gold to Tex Tucker. Everyone is happy, the Bank can pay the cowboys and the jailhouse is ready for a new floor. Everyone, except Pedro and Fernado!
Pedro and Fernando plan to make a fortune out of Yellow Gulch – their own property – by pretending to have found gold there. They fire some gold dust into a piece of rock so that it glitters in the sunshine, take the rock into the saloon; and spread the word that they've struck it rich. Everyone wants to buy a piece of Yellow Gulch, and, after consultation, the two bandits decide to sell equal shares to all. Later, Tex Tucker notices the townspeople making off with picks and shovels. In Ma Jones' store he learns of the 'gold' in Yellow Gulch. Tex is suspicious and he asks Ma Jones and Dan Morse to help him carry out an idea. When silence has descended on Four Feather Falls, Ma Jones is confronted by Pedro and Fernando. Their intention is to commandeer some supplies, but Ma drops a hint about a telegram that has arrived, stating that the gold strike in Yellow Gulch is the biggest ever. Pedro and Fernando make a speedy exit, rather puzzled, but determined to buy back all the land that they have sold. That evening all the 'prospectors' are gathered in the Saloon... Pedro is sobbing. Tex announces that Pedro's grandmother has died... by family tradition, she has to be buried at Yellow Gulch... but now the Gulch no longer belongs to Pedro... and the bandit is very upset. 'I guess the only fair thing to do,' he says, 'is to put the land up for auction. That way Pedro will have the chance to buy it back at a fair price'. All are agreed on the auction, and, naturally, do very well out of it. As they leave the Saloon Pedro and Fernando are happy, too. But they wonder why Tex and his friends are laughing heartily...
Jake and Makooya wander off together for an afternoon's fishing. While they are exploring some caves down by the creek they surprise Red Scalp at work while he's manufacturing counterfeit money. Red Scalp pushes a boulder across the entrance of one of the caves, trapping Jake and Makooya inside. Red Scalp pays Ma Jones for some goods with dud money. Grampa Twink is beginning to worry about Jake, so he goes to see Tex. While Jake and Makooya are trying to escape from the cave, they overhear Big Ben talking to Red Scalp. Big Ben says that they've found out about the dud money Red Scalp spent in Four Feather Falls and that they're on his trail. Ben tells Red Scalp he's bound to be caught and that he's through with him. Tex arrives at the creek looking for Jake, He arrests Red Scalp and takes him back to Four Feather Falls. Red Scalp says he'll tell Tex where Jake and Makooya are if he'll drop the charge about the counterfeit money. Dan Morse, Jackson and Tex arrive at the cave just in time to rescue Jake and Makooya from Big Ben.
Hank Frisbee has arrived in town. Smart feller, Hank. He tells Pedro and Fernando about his plan to rob the bank. Nobody knows him in Four Feather Falls, so he reckons on taking a room over the bank, then they'll be able to cut a way in. Frisbee takes the room, then goes off to the saloon where he buys drinks all round and gets music and singing going; the noise is supposed to cover up the row that Pedro and Fernando make as they cut their way into the bank. The plan works fine until Pedro gets stuck as he tries to clamber through the hole into the bank and makes an almighty row. Tex hears the noise and guesses that it's coming from the bank. Frisbee tries to stop Tex from going to investigate. He draws his firearms, but Tex and the magic guns win the fight. Pedro and Fernando hear the shooting, they grab hold of an iron box, and make a run for it. But there's nothing in the box except a collection of old iron. They decide to go back to Four Feather Falls and join Hank in jail – at least they'll be able to get something to eat there, even if they haven't got the gold.
Tex Tucker releases Pedro and Fernando from custody, but neither is keen to leave the comfort of the jail. On their way out they overhear a message from a Mister Huckenbacker requesting a Sheriff's escort into Four Feather Falls. Huckenbacker is on his way to town with a load of gold. Pedro and Fernando decide that they will provide the escort; they alter the Four Feather Falls signpost so that it's pointing straight to their shack and they set off to meet up with Huckenbacker. Big Ben, too, hits the trail to meet the man with the gold... and yet another party — Tex, Dusty and Rocky, singing as they go. Pedro and Fernanddo lead Huckenbacker to their shack; all three are held up by Big Ben, who has his own ideas about what should become of the gold; and then Tex intervenes to make Huckenbacker happy once again. Pedro and Fernando are happy, too — they're back in jail...
Grampa Twink boasts of the times when he had a wonderful singing voice and when he wiped out a whole tribe of Comanches single handed. His audience – Tex, Rocky, Doc and Slim Jim – laughingly disbelieve him, much to Twink's annoyance. Slim Jim puts up a poster reading: 'Five Hundred Dollars Reward. Wanted, Indian Jack — For Gun Running and Horse Stealing.' Twink, who is about to set off for Silver City, promises to look out for Indian Jack. Twink and his lady friend, Ma Jones, are bowling along in a buggy when they catch sight of an Indian head-dress... and then some more. Twink is certain they belong to Kalamakooya's men... until a Comanche arrow buries itself in the upholstery between them. The f-rightened old love-birds seek refuge in a tumble-down shack. But from out of the shadows steps Indian Jack. He says the Comanches are after him. Meanwhile Twink's buggy, full of arrows, finds its way back to town. As it came from the direction of Buffalo Pass, Tex and a posse make this their objective. Within sight of the shack they meet Kalamkooya, who assures them that his braves will slay the Comanche dogs. Inside the shack Grampa Twink and Ma Jones have run out of ammunition, and Indian Jack is on the point of killing them when an arrow pins his gun arm to the wall. Twink grabs the gun — Indian Jack is his prisoner and Kalamakooya's braves have scared off the Comanches. Later Twink – in an 'I told you so' attitude – relates his story to an admiring audience outside Ma Jones' store. As he turns to go, the gathering fire their guns into the air in a real western salute. And Grampa Twink rushes off, panic-stricken shouting: 'Help. Help. Injuns...'
Marvin Jackson is handling the sale of a gold mine. A character called Zeke Harman puts in an offer of five thousand dollars, but Marvin tells him the owners want twenty. Zeke doesn't give up that easy, though. He hires Pedro and Fernando at a fee of a thousand dollars to become 'ghosts' and haunt the gold mine so that Jackson will be forced to accept his offer. The plan is a successs. The miners refuse to work because of the ghosts. Zeke pays off Pedro and Fernando. As a last resort Jackson puts up a notice: 'Two Thousand dollars reward to anyone able to free the Eureka mine of ghosts'. Pedro and Fernando see the notice and, as Pedro remarks, 'Is nobody can get rid of the ghosts better than us!' But Rocky and Dusty overhear the two bandits discussing their plan to get the reward, and they tell Tex about it. Tex sets out to speak to Jackson and Harman. Meanwhile, Jackson has tumbled to Harman's plot, He confronts him and calls his bluff. Harman draws his gun, but Tex arrives on the spot in time to save Jackson, and run Harman out of town. Pedro discovers that the 'thousand dollars' Harman had paid him was only a bagful of buttons.
Johnny Pasto and The Nevada Kid want to take ten thousand head of stolen cattle through Four Feather Falls to the railhead. Big Ben warns them about Tex Tucker and his magic guns. Pasto goes to see Tex who tells him that he doesn't allow stolen cattle to be driven through the town. So the two rustlers and Big Ben decide to ambush Tex under cover of darkness. But the ambush fails due to the extraordinary power of the magic guns. Pasto then pins up a notice, outside the telegraph office, to the effect that Tex Tucker is a 'low-down yeller coward that ain't got the guts to fight without his magic guns.' Tex replies by announcing that he will meet Pasto the next day at sun-up armed with a standard 'forty-four'. Unknown to Tex he is walking into another ambush, for, at the appointed time, The Nevada Kid and Big Ben are close at hand, ready to come to Pasto's aid. This they have to do when Tex out-draws Pasto and takes him prisoner, But Dusty places Tex's four-feathered hat at his feet; the sheriff deliberately steps back onto its brim; and the magic guns blaze into action from their position on the ground. Once again Tex Tucker's very special guns have come to his rescue... At the same time he has proved that even without them he is surely the 'fastest gun alive...'
Dan Morse shows Tex Tucker a poster offering five-hundred dollars reward for the capture of Blackie and Whitey Strutt who have robbed the West Fargo Office in Laredo. Later, Blackie Strutt turns up in town and Tex puts him in jail, Whitey Strutt, too, is soon on the scene. He meets Big Ben who tells him that Blackie is under lock and key, Ben, who was in on the Laredo job with the Strutt brothers agrees to help Whitey 'spring' Blackie from jail, Tex and Blackie are en route for the courtroom at James City when they are confronted by Whitey and Ben. But, suddenly, Ben turns his gun on Whitey. It seems that the Strutts double-crossed him on the Laredo job. Then Blackie takes everyone by surprise and orderes Tex to throw his guns on the ground. But, of course, the 'magic guns' are as effective there as anywhere else. The episode ends with Tex leading the Strutt brothers off to jail... and, also, the 'third man' in the Laredo robbery — Big Ben.
There's a notice outside the Sheriff's office offering a reward for the capture of a badman by the name of Zack Morrill. Now Pedro – the resident bandit down in Four Feather Falls – is pretty cut up when he sees this notice. Not only does he regard it as his right to have his notice outside the sheriff's office, this guy Morrill also double crossed him back in Tucson. So Pedro decides to go out single-handed and bring in Zack Morrill. But Fernando reckons that Pedro can't do this thing alone, so he follows him. On the way Fernando bumps into Zack Morrill himself and, not realising who he is, takes him along with him. When they meet up with Pedro, Morrill draws his guns on them both, but Fernando tricks him and ties him up. This character Morrill has a slick line of talk though, He reminds Pedro of the ten thousand dollars he stole in Tucson, and offers to split it with him. Pedro wants the five hundred dollar reward as well — so they evolve a cunning plan to take Morrill back to Four Feather Falls, collect the reward, bust him out of Jail, then collect the ten thousand dollars. Pedro and Fernando bring back Morrill and collect the reward. Tex is astounded. Pedro demands that he takes Morrill's wanted notice down and puts his up instead. The plot thickens. Pedro and Fernando tie ropes to the bars of the jail and fasten the other ends to their horses. But Dusty sees them at work, and runs to fetch Tex who arrives just in time to catch all of them. Tex takes down both the wanted posters, much to Pedro's chagrin.
Tex Tucker is out of town for a month. A character by the name of Ike Burns has taken over as Marshal. But he's a crook — secretly in league with Big Ben and Johnny. Four Feather Falls has become lawless and Mr. Jackson has been robbed three times in one week. The townspeople decide to form a Vigilantes Committee – particularly to guard the load of gold dust which is just about to come down from the mines. Jackson, Doc and Grampa Twink are going to ride the rig with the gold. But they make a big mistake: they ask Marshal Burns to ride with them. Johnny and Big Ben ambush them on the way back. Grampa Twink tries to speed up the rig to get them to Redstone Pass where the Vigilante Committee are waiting with their guns, but Ike Burns draws his gun and forces them to reign to a stop. Johnny makes Doc, Jackson and Grampa Twink get off the rig and he's about to shoot them down in cold blood when... Tex Tucker arrives just in time to save the day and take the lawbreakers back to Four Feather Falls... and justice.
Morg Fenton has teamed up with Ben and Red Scalp so that he can terrorise Abe Weeks and force him to sell his ranch. But Abe manages to escape and ride to Four Feather Falls to ask Tex Tucker to help him. Tex says he's not sure if he can do anything, since Abe's ranch isn't on his territory. Abe is riding out of town when the three land grabbers catch up with him. Morg Fenton is determined to force Abe to sell the ranch to him. But Abe tells him that he's already sold out... to Tex Tucker. So now the ranch is in Tex's territory. Tex arrives on the scene, and Morg holds a gun against Abe's back using him as a shield and threatening to kill kim unless Tex drops his magic guns. Tex is forced to do what Morg says. Rocky and Dusty come to the rescue, They cause a diversion and manage to get the guns near enough to Tex for the magic feathers to use their power. Tex wins through again and the three land grabbers are taken off to jail and justice.
Tex has met his match. The Voise Gang are regularly carrying out robberies in Four Feather Falls — and getting away with it. Marvin Jackson speaks for nearly everyone in town when he tells Tex it's about time they had a new Sheriff. Tex rides out of town. Red Scalp is around when this happens. He goes to the Voise Gang – Joe and Reub Voise who are working with Big Ben – and tells them all about it. Joe and Reub decide to get Tex to join their gang because the Sheriff is about the only man who can tell them when the next delivery of gold is due. Tex is captured by the Voise Gang, and he agrees to join them. As Tex says – 'I'm plumb tired o' bein' a lawman – tired o' bein' thrown out as soon as things go wrong', Big Ben tries to shoot Tex to prevent the Voise brothers from taking him into the gang, but Joe Voise stops him. Tex becomes a member of the gang, and he tells them when to expect the gold. Grampa Twink and Marvin Jackson are bringing the gold into town. They are held up by the Voise mob — including Tex Tucker, but at the last minute Tex uses his magic guns to round up the lawbreakers and put them under arrest. Is this a sudden change of heart on the part of a lawman who turned crook? No, Tex didn't turn crook at all. It was all part of his clever scheme to round up the Voise Gang.
It's election day in Four Feather Falls. Usually Tex Tucker is automatically re-elected to the post of Sheriff, But this year there's another candidate. Pedro the Bandit. Pedro reckons he wouldn't have much chance of winning the election in the normal run of events, so he devises a cunning scheme to change the ballot box for one completely full of forged votes for Pedro. Jake and Dusty catch sight of Pedro while he's switching the ballot boxes. They tell Tex about it, but meanwhile Big Ben has started to ride out of town with the real ballot box. Tex sets out to catch Big Ben. In town, the votes are counted and every one is for Pedro. Nobody can understand this as they all know they voted for Tex. As Grampa Twink says: 'Why if everyone voted for Tex as they say they did — how come Pedro got the votes?' At that moment Tex arrives back in town with Big Ben, the ballot box and the answer to Grampa Twink's question. Pedro and Fernando end up in the Sheriff's office alright... in jail,
Cass Morgan arrives in Four Feather Falls. He's an old buddy of Tex Tucker. But he's more concerned at the moment to get hold of two old buddies of Big Ben — a couple of lawbreakers called Ike Tobin and Billy Pinto who have killed Morgan's kid brother in a hold-up. Tex tells Morgan he can't take the law into his own hands and warns him that it would be suicide to take on Tobin and Pinto single-handed. But Morgan replies: 'I'm tellin' you, Tex, stay outa this. It ain't your business'. Big Ben meets Cass Morgan and gives him a message from Tobin and Pinto: they're coming into town to shoot it out. Jake and Twink look for Tex to tell him there's going to be a gunfight on Main Street, but Tex is with Dan Morse waiting for a message to come through. Suddenly the line starts buzzing. 'Here it is, Tex!' shouts Dan. 'Hold Cass Morgan — wanted for murder — stage coach driver — Kell's Creek'. Tex arrives on Main Street in time to prevent the gunfight — and Morgan ends up in jail to await a trial for the murder of his own kid brother.
Rancher Lucky Chance and his foreman, Matt Ames, are gunning for Big Ben the Bandit. They say that he and Red Scalp have been rustling cattle, Ben protests his innocence to Tex, who locks the Bandit up until the law has had time to investigate. Tex hunts down Red Scalp who confesses that it was he and the foreman, Matt Ames, not Big Ben, who rustled the cattle. Tex brings Red Scalp back to town and arrests Ames.
Two strangers in Four Feather Falls trick Ma Jones into signing a paper which gives them the right to take her store — lock, stock and barrel. Heartbroken, Ma Jones gets into her buggy and leaves Four Feather Falls for good. When Tex Tucker hears about the trick he forces the crooks to hand over the paper Ma Jones signed. Then he sets out to bring Ma Jones back. He finds her in the desert just as a mountain cat is about to make a meal out of her. There's a joyful re-union and Tex takes Ma Jones back to her little store and all her friends in Four Feather Falls.
Pedro and Fernando need ready cash and with a prompt from Big Ben the Bandit decide that horse-rustling is the quickest way of raising it. Big Ben will buy all the horses they rustle. Pedro and Fernando take every horse in Four Feather Falls, including Rocky. Secure in their knowledge that Tex can't catch them without his horse or raise a posse the bandits settle down in their cabin to wait for Big Ben and the cash... the stolen horses tethered outside. But with Dusty's help, Rocky breaks away from the other horses and returns to town. Tex saddles him up and gallops off to the bandit's cabin. The Sheriff, and the magic guns, outwit Pedro and Fernando yet again.
A reward of 200 dollars is out for Pancho Gomea the Bandit. Pancho closely resembles Fernando — a fact which doesn't go unnoticed by Pedro. After thoroughly disguising Fernando, Pedro duly delivers him to Tex Tucker and collects the 200 dollars reward for Pancho. Later Pedro helps Fernando to bust out of jail. With a posse on their tail, the two bandits decide to split up, Pedro takes the Dead Plan's Gulch trail and... surprise, surprise... meets the real Pancho coming the other way, Pedro thinks that Pancho is the disguised Fernando, and Pancho, quickly realising what has happened decides to play along with Pedro and pretend he really is Fernando... especially when he learns that Pedro has collected the 200 dollar reward. Tex arrives at the bandit's shack as Pedro, Fernando and Pancho are having an argument trying to discover just who is who. The magic guns round up the three bandits and Fernando gives himself away.
Two phoney medicine peddlers have discovered a secret water spring which has invigorating qualities. They're selling the water, with colour added, as medicine to cure everything and the townsfolk in Four Feather Falls are so impressed that Doc is forced out of business. Chief Kalamakooya tells Tex where the water spring lies. When the two medicine peddlers come for a fresh supply of water, Tex is hiding behind a rock. He hears one of the men joke to the other that the folks in the town are drinking nothing more than coloured water, Tex now has enough evidence to run the two phonies out of town.
Rocky has toothache, but nothing anyone says can persuade him to have his tooth out. Ma Jones says she'll give him some candy if he's a brave horse and has it out. Rocky says he doesn't like candy. Mr. Jackson tries to tempt him with the promise of a bright new shiny five cent piece. But Rocky is as immovable as his name. He just says 'I'd rather have tooth!' Rocky goes off to see an Indian medicine man, but Tex brings him back again. Tex has brought a dentist to see Rocky. Rocky says he'll have his tooth out as long as Tex has one out first, Tex agrees and has a tooth extracted. Rocky's toothache suddenly vanishes. He says it must have been the magic water the Indian medicine man gave him to drink. It's no longer necessary for Rocky to have a tooth out, but as he says to Tex: 'If you ever have a tooth out again, I'll have mine out too.'
The Canyon Railroad are laying a line into Four Feather Falls, but the foreman and a hired hand by the name of Hank are in the pay of a rival company — Overland Railroad. They keep on sabotaging the railroad by engineering avalanches and floods so that Canyon will eventually go bust and be forced to sell out to Overland. Tex Tucker reckons there's something crooked going one. He doesn't accept the foreman's explanation that the catastrophes are caused by 'the forces of nature' so he calls the bluff of the foreman and Hank and at last the railroad into Four Feather Falls is opened, constructed by the Canyon Railroad Company.
A clever horse thief is covering his tracks by wearing false buffalo hooves. Tex suspects the buffalo marks aren't genuine and arranges for Rocky to take a close look at the 'buffalo'. The plan doesn't work out quite the way Tex had thought and Rocky is stolen by the horse thief. Tex follows Rocky's tracks, but loses them at the edge of a stream. Rocky manages to escape from the thief and gets back across the stream and when he leads Tex Tucker to the thief,the magic guns do the rest.
Missouri Mike is a sharp-talking salesman with a yen to get-rich-quick. First of all he persuades the folks in Four Feather Falls that their money may not be safe in the local bank. He follows it up by selling safes for five dollars and a free bottle of brandy thrown in with each sale. The folk buy eagerly and draw their money out of the Bank to put in their newly-bought safes. The free bottles of brandy are doped and soon everyone with a safe, including Tex Tucker, falls asleep. Missouri Mike quickly empties all the safes. Tex has suspected a trick like this and he is only feigning sleep when Mike opens the safe in his office. Tex quickly arrests the crook and puts him safely behind bars.
Little Jake wants to buy Tex a pair of fine gauntlets for his birthday. The only place he might be able to get them is Silver City and he's left it rather late to get there and back in time for Tex's birthday. He and Grampa Twink set off for Silver City even though time is against them. Luckily, Ma Jones tells little Makooya about Twink's and Jake's dash across the Prairie to Silver City. Makooya tells Chief Kalamakooya who decides to help. He uses magic to produce a pair of wonderful gauntlets, and then he tells Makooya to head-off Twink and Jake at the water-hole and to give Jake the gauntlets. The day is saved. The whole town turns out for Tex's party and he has a very happy birthday.
The fastest gun in the West, Buck Reevers, arrives in Four Feather Falls to give a shooting demonstration. Tex Tucker knows that men like Buck Reevers attract professional gun-fighters who want to improve their reputations. When Lightnin' Lew drops by to challenge Buck Reevers, Tex hopes that Buck isn't just a big talker and can really handle Lew. But the fact is, that Buck, though a brilliant shot, is a coward when he's face to face with a real gun-man. As he's giving a demonstration in the saloon Lew bursts in and challenges Buck to draw. Tex's magic guns fire so quickly, disarming Lightnin' Lew, that the folks stood around think that Buck has outshot Lew. There's a round of applause, Tex keeps quiet, Buck's reputation is saved and Four Feather Falls is minus one dangerous gunman — Lightin' Lew.
It's rodeo day in Silver City and the championships are narrowed down to Tex Tucker and Grampa Twink for Four Feather Falls, and Bart Stevens for Silver City. Bart is determined to win and he's bribed Pedro and Fernando to steal Tex's riding-boots and to fix Twink's gun. Chief Kalamakooya uses magic to find the boots. Tex arrives at the rodeo in time to lend one of his guns to Grampa Twink who then beats Bart Stevens in the shooting match. Foiled, Bart tries one more trick. He dopes Dusty so that Tex can't ride him in the championship. But Dusty manages to tell Tex what has happened and Bart is at last put where he belongs, behind bars.
Red Scalp and a war-party ambush the train from Dallas to Four Feather Falls, and steal a bank roll worth 10,000 dollars. They also kidnap the bank messenger on the train, William J. Haddon. Red Scalp and Haddon are in cahoots with one another and the kidnapping was just to make the robbery look more authentic. But as Tex Tucker, Rocky and Dusty pick up the bandits, Red Scalp decides to double-cross Haddon and keep all the 10,000 dollars for himself. At nightfall, he takes Haddon's boots off and leaves him with the money, in the centre of a circle of red-hot fire embers. Red Scalp and his braves sleep soundly in the knowledge that Haddon can't escape. When Tex arrives at the camp, he ties strips of blanket around his boots and rescues Haddon. The money is saved and Haddon confesses his part in the robbery.