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empire of the West,
first a big section of land
was given over to the Indians,
of the US,
but a mistake was made and a strip
of land was completely overlooked,
left without law or sheriff.
for government of any kind,
who infested the West.
dared venture there.
It was called Badman's Territory.
Satisfied with local conditions
were Ben Wade, the hotel keeper,
and his boisterous helpers.
The merchants, many of them slightly reformed
characters themselves, watched with approval.
meant heavy spending.
Wealthy Colonel Farewell, president
of the Livestock Association,
and Tahlequah, chief of the plains
liked things the way they were,
English girl transplanted to the West
on the death of her father,
publisher of the Quinto Citizen.
She had long resented
the town's notorious guests,
and now she decided
Unaware of being honoured
by editorial notice,
Sure that'll get through
Some of them train robbers
are smarter than a coyote.
They don't operate this far west.
Never yet, maybe,
but supposin' they did?
Is that so?
Well, I'm glad to know that, son.
my stuff gets away. It's my 30 years' savings.
HE PLAYS "OH, SUSANNAH"
TRAIN WHISTLE BLOWS
Whoa! I ain't going to hurt ye!
Stand still, doggone your hide!
RAT-A-TAT-TA How are you, Johnny?
Fair to middlin'.
Take care of this. The old boy's
afraid someone'll steal it.
Throw your guns in the wagon.
Don't raise your hands.
Now get inside.
Hey! I think the train's been robbed!
We'll fan out here. Chances are the
bandits will come through that cut.
Patton, spread your men east. Wake,
yours west. We'll camp for the night.
Captain Hampton -
What do you think? They'll use
Eagle Creek. 50 miles north? Yeah.
sheriffs follow my orders. Understand?
tribe, send him on to Eagle Creek.
Who's the young fella
His brother. He's his new deputy. Together,
they wouldn't make one good officer!
It's a Kiowa pony.
I wonder how he lost his rider?
get the message. And that confirms it.
That's Hampton's posse! They must
have intercepted the messenger.
It all adds up. Mercer, swing around
and meet me below the cut.
Right, Mark. Come on, Johnny.
and saw that posse, what would you do?
I'd head up to open country. Right. And if you're
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