The Lone Ranger is instructed to locate Clay Trowbridge, a man wrongly convicted of robbery and murder but who'd broken out of jail to avoid a lynch mob. With the real instigator of the crimes in custody the race is on to find Clay before someone cashes in on the wanted dead or alive posters still in circulation. Clay, unaware of his pardon and desperate for money plans to actually commit a robbery. Will the Lone Ranger be able to find this innocent man before he really does become a criminal.
While the Lone Ranger and Tonto are tracking the Compton gang they come across a famous law man Frank Dean who had faked his own death and dropped out from sight. The Ranger needs to come up with a plan that will not only take down the Compton gang but unravel the mystery behind the former lawman's unusual behavior.
The Lone Ranger gets involved in trying to break up a gang that is selling guns to Indians around Fort Apache. The gang knows the jig is nearly up, however they are waiting for payment by the Indians for one last shipment before heading for the Mexican border. Innocent lives are put at risk as the gang will stop at nothing to complete their deal. Can the Lone Ranger saves those put at risk by the gang and avoid another Indian war
Tonto witnesses a robbery in "Powder Bend" The local sheriff thinks he is connected with the event and tries to arrest him. Tonto escapes and with the help of the Lone Ranger intends to find the bandit.
The Lone Ranger tracks an outlaw, Reno Lawrence to the small town of Painted Post. There he discovers conflict between the ranchers and farmers. He also discovers the sheriff and deputy may have a hidden past.
Tonto and the Lone Ranger travel to the town of Gunsight to investigate a series of stranger stage coach robberies. It appears someone is trying to put the local stage coach company out of business. But who, and more importantly why?.
Tonto, while riding into the town of Whipsaw encounters a someone trying to kill Mrs Mac, star witness in an up coming trial of Bat Larson. The Lone Ranger decides to go into the town to help protect other witnesses who may be in danger.
Dan Reid, the Lone Rangers nephew sees a Texas Ranger (Roy Barnett) ambushed by two outlaws. Barnett survives the attack and explains he has been tracking the Cardoza gang. The Lone Ranger decides to team up with Barnett and try to stop the gang.
The Lone Ranger comes across a double murder and former criminal Jeff Williams discovered nearby. It is assumed by the local sheriff that Williams is guilty, but the Lone Ranger and Tonto have their doubts.
The Lone Ranger receives a letter from an old friend explaining her son is coming out to look at a goldmine that reports indicate has gone dry. The Lone Ranger decides to do all he can to help the tenderfoot in his investigation.
The Lone Ranger and Tonto are on the way to Mordock City on the trail of missing gold from a recent robbery. A practical joke played on a visitor to the town puts his life in jeopard, and any chance of finding the gold even more remote.
The Lone Ranger and Tonto arrive in Border City to see his secret banker, George Wilson. Wilson explains things have become tough, Edward Ashton a well known criminal has been slowly taking over the town. The Lone Ranger decides he needs to shut down Ashton's operation.
Tonto witnesses the shooting of an old prospector 'Cherokee' flush with money from the sale of a disused gold mine. The Lone Ranger decides they need to investigate when he realizes the motive of the shooting was not robbery.