As Flint is about to take Mrs. Lerner and her two children to her husband, the train is met by Old Man Charvanaugh with what appears to be a wagon load of smelly uncured buffalo hides he wants to sell. Later, when Flint and the Lerners camp, Charvanaugh appears saying he is headed in their direction. After eating with them and playing music on his concertina he plays a particular song, a signal for his four sons to came out of the hollowed out wagon of hides to take Flint and the Lerners prisoners. After severely beating Flint and taking their shoes, the Charvanaughs leave them stranded. Flint leads them back toward the train but they collapse. Adams and Hawks find them when they go looking for Flint who is late. Once feeling better Flint goes alone to stop the old man and his sons. He catches up with them at a farm house where they are preparing to do the same thing to a husband and his wife. Flint tries to restrain the four sons but one breaks loose putting Flint and the couple in a...