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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Philip B Sharpe; Nicholas Eggenhofer; L L Foreman; Walker A Tompkins; Tom Roan; Bennett Foster; S Omar Barker
|Notes:||May 10, 1941.
Illustration on pages 53, 76 were drawn by Nicholas Eggenhofer.
Cover illustration by Harold Winfield Scott.
|Description:||130 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm|
|Contents:||"Farewell to Texas!", Preacher Devlin never thought he'd see the day when his flaming guns would help the law blaze its trail in a renegade-rodded town, but the lobo long rider had run up a tall bill with the Texas Rangers and he had to square it, come hell or high water, by L.L. Foreman, pg. 9.---"Wagon wheels West", "I've waited quite a while for a showdown with you, Webb," rasped the killer whose guns had terrorized an entire wagon train. "Now stand up--and eat lead!", by Walker Tompkins, pg. 110.---"You've got to have an outfit" Ira Hughes didn't have the saddle gear to become a cowpuncher, but he had something that counts even more in cattle country, by Bennett Foster, pg. 49.---"Ghost city gold", Texas Frank Brady didn't spook easy, but after one terror-filled night in Butchertown, he wondered if he should throw away his miner's kit and go back to cowpunching!, by Tom Roan, pg. 64.---"Through hell for a partner", "I swore to uphold the law and I'm going after Onny," declared Deputy Frio Bob Burnett--but was it justice or vengeance that took him out on the merciless sands of the Papago Desert for a strange showdown?, by Harry F. Olmsted, pg. 76.---"Sheep wrangler's jackpot", No Gumphrie had ever been worth the grub it took to feed him, so Big Bill Drew was plumb certain his new herder would do more wool gathering than sheep wrangling, by Ray Palmer Tracy, pg. 87.---"Range savvy", --
Cattle country facts and legends, by Carl Raht, pg. 63.---"Go down to the crossin'", Poen of the range, by S. Omar Barker, pg. 86.---"The roundup", by The editor, pg. 5.---"Guns and gunners", by Phil Sharpe, pg. 99.---"Mines and mining", by John A. Thompson, pg. 101.---"Where to go and how to get there", by John North, pg. 103.---"Missing", pg. 105.---"The hollow tree", by Helen Rivers, pg. 107.