By Louis L'Amour
Whilst Gaylord Riley walked clear of the Coburn gang, he had funds and a dream. He labored tough and equipped a cabin, accrued a herd of farm animals, and fell in love with Marie Shattuck.
But while he's faced with fake accusations of rustling and homicide, Riley is compelled to guard his new law-abiding lifestyle. Outnumbered and dealing with a lynching social gathering, Riley is stunned whilst his previous neighbors go back to lend him a hand. yet how can they assist him and retain themselves out of reformatory? With the neighborhood marshal already suspicious of Riley, the Coburn gang must plan good and flow quick. yet that shouldn’t be an issue. Their acceptance used to be equipped via doing simply that.
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The Boxed O has longhorns they might sell,” he suggested. “I want Shorthorns or whiteface stock,” Riley said. “The only man around here with whiteface cattle is Dan Shattuck, and he won't sell—he went to too much trouble to get them here in the first place. ” “You'll bring in your own, then. Shattuck won't sell. ” Riley indicated the money. “I'll be drawing against that. ” He walked out to the street, a rangy young man in shotgun chaps, a faded maroon shirt, and a black hat. He paused on the street and gave it his sharp attention while appearing to be beating the dust from his clothes.
They did stop, and the tall boy helped the old man down from the buckboard. One of the passengers got down to help, and from under the blanket the old man produced a six-shooter. From the back of the buckboard, two more men rolled out from under a canvas tarp, and the Black Canyon stage had been held up once again. Afterward at least two of the people on the stage were sure the boy had himself been a prisoner. He certainly, with that buckboard and hat, could be no outlaw. And he had seemed to be frightened.
He found himself liking the lean, whiplike Mexican. The man missed very little, and he was a good worker. He was altogether a different kind of a man from Darby Lewis, who had ridden to Moab for the cattle. Lewis was a casual, lackadaisical sort, an efficient cowhand, but the sort who would one day draw his time and ride into town, simply because he had enough money saved, or was tired of working. Also—and it was a quality Riley did not welcome—he was inclined to be talkative. With the visitors he must expect, such a quality was not desirable.