|Release Date: 9/13/1915|
|Brand: Flying A|
|Director: Henry Otto|
|Confirmed Cast: Edward Coxen, Winnifred Greenwood|
The Senor Cabello, a Spaniard, is threatened with seizure by an invading party of "Gringoes". He leaves his home, accompanied by a peon servant, Miguel, taking with him the family treasure to be buried near a certain tree and the location marked on a silver buckle. The Senor is killed by Miguel, who retains the silver buckle that he may later recover the master's gold. A settler, passing through the country, pitches his camp near the treasure tree; and later the tree is cut down to make way for his home. Twenty years later the settler is living in the original cabin with his daughter, when Miguel sends his son, Felipe, to recover the buried treasure. Felipe is misled in his search because the treasure tree is gone, and the stump has been covered with a tub which is used by the settlers as a table. George Davis, a young surveyor, is in love with Alice, the settler's daughter. He is instrumental in folling Felipe's work and the treasure is recovered for Alice.
- Moving Picture World, September 18, 1915