Hero Of The West
Author: Don Fraser
He came on his great black horse dynamite, with his to six shooters blazing. He was going to run those rustlers off that were stealing cattle from all of the ranchers in the territory. No one knew who he was, but in the last few months that he was known to be in existence there had been fewer cases of rustling. It was like the rustlers were fearful of him. If they started to cut down fences, he and his back stallion would run them off. He had not shot any of the rustlers but they knew that day would come. When they lit a fire to heat their branding iron he would see the smoke and he and his great black horse would break up their camp and put them on the run.
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