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Robert Farrington Elwell; Joe De Yong; S Omar Barker; Philip B Sharpe; Eugene Cunningham; E W Thistlethwaite
"The Pay-off, (Cover design), R. Farrington Elwell."
Illustration on pages 60, 61 were drawn by Richard Rogers.
Illustration on pages 55, 95 were drawn by Jack A. Warren.
Illustration on page 82 was drawn by Joe De Yong.
|Description:||128 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||"Six-shooter symphony (Action novel)", Sod saw only one out for the tight he was in--he'd have to pay his debts in black powder music while hell's orchestra played the death march for Esme, Eugene Cunningham, 6.---"Curly Bill, outlaw (True feature)", Shrewder than a Scotch posse was this hammer-headed old pistol fanner who killed "by accident" with the road-agent's spin, Franklin Reynolds, 41.---"Nimblefoot's charge", Every day is a lifetime of adventure for the antelope, and Nimblefoot was no exception. Death clung to shrub and boulder; courage was Nimblefoot's only weapon, George Cory Franklin, 47.---"Doughbelly Perkins, coosie", Thirty years bean master on the Bar-Nothing ranch, Puchaboo (Doughbelly) Perkins spills the secrets of "Son-Of-A-Blank-In-A-Sack" and other range delights, S. Omar Barker, 55.---"Big booger roundup (Complete novelette)", Boogers were everywhere when High and Short lit a shuck for Abilene and found that steers weren't the only critters with hair on their chests, J.E. Grinstead, 60.---"Cactus City Gazette", Personals (some of them too damn personal) and news of that thriving little community where the rear view of a sheepherder is an invite to a boot, Bronco Blynn, editor, 80.---"Throwing the Diamond (Trail-lore)", Our top-hand cowpuncher tells you how to throw the Diamond Hitch, and how to pack a mule or horse--with or without a pack saddle. Illustrated by the author, E.W. Thistlethwaite, 82.---"The tin-badge deputy (True ballad)", S. Omar Barker, 94.---"Range Romeo", Ananias could handle an outlaw bronc, alright-alright; but he got some tangles in his own rope when he corralled a skirt-swishing filly, Alex McLaren, 95.---"Burnin' powder, (Department)", Take off your hats, folks, to the fastest gunman of all times--Ed McGivern. Here's the story of his records and a big bunch of news for the gun fans, Philip B. Sharpe, 108.---"Free gun contest (Here's where you win a pistol free)", 114.|