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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Philip B Sharpe; Nicholas Eggenhofer; L L Foreman; Lorence F Bjorklund; Walt Coburn; Kenneth Gilbert; Norman A Fox
|Notes:||March 22, 1941.
Illustration on pages 9, 16, 17, 25, 34, 35, 44, 108 were drawn by Nicholas Eggenhofer.
Cover illustration by Harold Winfield Scott.
Illustration on page 73 was drawn by Lorence F. Bjorklund.
Illustration on pages 53, 65, 82, 90 were drawn by F. Kramer.
|Description:||130 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm|
|Contents:||"Traitor of the Greasy Sack Pool", "There's mighty few men in this world," Bruce Jenkins declared, "that can't be bought if the price is fixed right." And the hard-riding, gun-swift brush poppers, banded together to fight a pair of renegade range lords, knew their young leader wasn't talking of money, by Walt Coburn, pg. 9.---"Don Desperado", Captain Con leaves a grim old Santiago with its barred cells and iron-shackles only to find that he has a new jailer--and one from whom he can expect no mercy, by L.L. Foreman, pg. 108.---"Killer McCurdy's whelp", "Only the weak can be beaten and destroyed, son," Long Jim McCurdy declared. "Never forget that." And his son never did as he followed the gun-seared trail laid out for an owlhooter's spawn, by Harry F. Olmsted, pg. 53.---"High country holocaust", Too young to be a guide, Danny Peters got his chance to prove his fitness for the job by battling the most havoc-wreaking fire the high country ever saw!, by E.C. Lincoln, pg. 64.---"Trailman", Tough as seasoned rawhide, hard as granite, Buck Carvell still had a few things to learn even though he was the savviest wagon master from Saint Joe to Santa Fe, by Rolland Lynch, pg. 73.---"Dogs don't lie", Somewhere in the wilderness a killer was at large, but if old Jeff Pringle set his dog on the trail he would be sending the one thing he loved to its death!, by Kenneth Gilbert, pg. 82.---"Dead man's boots", "If anything happens to me, I recommend that you appoint Newt Tolliver in my place." Could those words turn a mild, peace-loving grocer into a town-taming marshal?, by Norman A. Fox, pg. 90.---"Range savvy", --
Cattle country facts and legends, by Carl Raht, pg. 81.---"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.