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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Philip B Sharpe; Nicholas Eggenhofer; Leslie Ross; Peter Dawson; Max Brand; Lorence F Bjorklund; Eric Howard; Ney N Geer
|Notes:||December 14, 1940.
Illustration on pages 48, 49, 108, 127 were drawn by Nicholas Eggenhofer.
Cover illustration by A. Leslie Ross.
Illustration on pages 60 were drawn by Edmund DeLavy.
Illustration on pages 9, 16, 17, 26, 34, 35, 43 were drawn by F. Kramer.
Illustration on page 81 was drawn by Lorence F. Bjorklund.
|Description:||130 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||"Eskimo buckaroos", The Wades thought they were leaving range trouble behind them when they moved North to a new frontier--but they discovered they had exchanged the menace of blazing, dry-gulch lead for a tundra trap baited with renegade treachery, by Seth Ranger, pg. 9.---"The crimson horseshoe", "You knew too much, Fred, the minute you read that wire!" Those words told Sheriff Fred Blythe what lay behind Hugh Allard's long and bitter fight against the Block K. But what good was knowledge gained by signing his own death warrant?, by Peter Dawson, pg. 108.---"Suicide trail", The plains bristled with ravaging redskins brought to war fever by treacherous white renegades when Jim Laurie dared unspeakable death to live up to the code "The mail must go through!", by W. Ryerson Johnson, pg. 48.---"Shadow of the noose", Would the Border Hawk's years outside the law cast a gunsmoke shadow that would doom Concho Drake and his pard?, by B. Bristow Green, pg. 60.---"Two bad hombres", "That younker's hell on wheels!" Wild Bill told Monte Pete. But though the old-timer talked tough as a buzzing sidewinder, he was just peeved with a stranger who didn't even rattle before he struck with his six-gun fangs, by Eric Howard, pg. 71.---"Boomerang in Buck Valley", Joel Brant never double-crossed a man unless there was something in it for him!, by Cliff Walters, pg. 81.---"Road agents' roundup", Alone, the Kid had tracked down the murdering Black rider--but was there no one to side him as he faced the deadly nemesis of smoking guns?, by Ney N. Geer, pg. 87.---"Range savvy", --
Cattle country facts and legends, by H. Fredric Young, pg. 70.---"Night Hawk trail", a poem of the range, by C. Wiles Hallock, pg. 80.---"The roundup", by The editor, pg. 5.---"Guns and gunners", by Phil Sharpe, pg. 99.---"Mines and mining", by John A. Thompson, pg. 101.---"The hollow tree", by Helen Rivers, pg. 103.---"Where to go and how to get there", by John North, pg. 105.