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By Robert Vaughan

Whilst a farm animals motive force realises that he can strike it wealthy by way of beginning a warfare with a small Nebraska city, simply Mason Hawke might be capable of stand in his means.

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The expression on her face seemed to say, Please forgive me. She had never looked at him like that with any other man she had taken up to her room. But then, it had never bothered him before. ” Betty Lou asked at breakfast the next morning. “Well, thankfully, most of the cowboys had a pretty rough day so they were all out of here before midnight,” Harder replied. ” “Just before one this morning, and that was to a local,” Bob answered from his position behind the bar. ” Harder asked. ” HAWKE: THE LAW OF A FAST GUN 35 “It seems that the cowboys like that song,” Hawke replied, without getting into the specifics.

Cindy started scratching his face, and he pushed her away from him. Cindy fell back and called out in shock and fear as she tumbled down the stairs, her sharp scream cut short halfway down. She tumbled the rest of the way, then lay sprawled at the bottom of the stairs, right in front of Hawke. Her head was twisted to one side, her eyes open and glazed, and her mouth open, though the scream was now silent. ” Hawke shouted. But even before he bent down to examine her, he could tell that she was dead.

As the cattle were being driven through town, all other traffic was stopped and wagons and buckboards were forced to the side of the street or into one of the side streets until the cattle passed. That was not unusual. It happened every year as the cows were brought down to the railhead. A special train, consisting of an engine and ten cattle cars, waited on a side track at the depot. The engineer stood alongside the six-foot-high driver wheels of his locomotive, squirting oil from an oversized oil can with a very long spout into the fittings.

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