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Stephen Payne; Al Savitt; Chuck Stanley; Jackson Cole; W C Tuttle; Will Garth; Lawrence A Keating
Illustration on page 67 was drawn by Al Savitt.
|Description:||130 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm|
|Contents:||"Double trouble at Willow Springs", A stolen stage-coach sets those rollicking trail tramps into action on a gun-guided tour of Angel Flats, a ghost town with some man-killing spooks!, by W.C. Tuttle, 11.---"Fighting for peace", Defying three outfits which plan to foment a bloody range war, Jeff Engleman backs his own justice with fist and guns!, Stephen Payne, 50.---"When Whistler moves in", The saloon swamper shows Trail's End how to resist the lawless, Will Garth, 76.---"Colts take command", Idaho faces six-gun fury in a battle to regain his heritage!, Lawrence A. Keating, 100.---"Do your duty, Ranger!", Navajo Raine fights to save a girl caught in a badman'a jackpot, Jackson Cole, 39.---"Land of violence", The respect of a man's son can be awesome--and terrible!, George Michener, 67.---"Lazy lightin'", A girl's bright eyes put cowboy Ed Millard on his mettle, Lee Bond, 92.---"Never cotton to sidewinders", Mark Dent discovered that danger is where you find it!, Tex Mumford, 114.---"Trail blazers (a department)", Captain Ranger, 6.---"The cowboy had a word for it" Chuck Stanley, 119.|