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there with all the men we need.
What's all the trouble, Martial ?
Who is he ?
Boys, get that man. I want him.
Wait a minute. I will get him.
Watch this fella.
Well Martial, I guess you got me ...
but I was not mixed up with that gang
...I was trying to help you.
-You darn fool.. I noted.
I just wanted to talk to you
when you lead out.
I got a job for you
and it ain't fighting fire with others.
Say, I been looking for a fellow
that can shoot, ride like you for months.
Think I am going to let you get away ?
Take a look at this.
-What's wrong with that ?
-Nothing maybe ..
this gang organizes Rodeo
...their own men win all the first prizes.
Once it begins to look like an outsider
was going to win, he gets sick..
two or three has even died from it.
-cannot arrest them for that, Martial.
-no, maybe not.
from snakebites. I tell you it ain't natural.
what do you want me to do, get snake bit ?
No, my idea is for you to trail over there
and sign up for the Rodeo.
I will come along after
and do some private investigating.
...while you work in on the gang.
cause you don't have to know me
when we get there.
-what do you say to that son ?
-sounds great to me.
-when do we start ?
they will start investigating.
right here in Dalton.
head for the border...
before something happens
when that fella died over the boulder
-when do we start ?
Dolores will board the stage, down at sagebrush
and give you boys a high sign when the money is aboard
.well, well Cramer.
meet my new deputy John Weston.
the one that leads to Dalton.
save him a whole days journey, if he
had to go on the way over the desert.
give him a horse. I will see
that another is sent to you.
cant get off of it.
then you go 14 miles
straight through the mountain
that will drop you right out of the timber
Howdy Miss Carter,
going home for the big round up ?
-Oh yes! I promised Dad that I will be there.
-I bet, he will be mighty glad to see you.
I will be glad to see him too.
-Pardon me. Do you mind if I sit on this side?
looks like we are getting some help
from back there.
you sure got us out of the jam,
that time stranger. nice riding.
you don't happen to be going
to the Dalton Rodeo... do you ?
-Yes I am.
thanks, I will do that.
that was very fine of you
to come to our rescue.. Mr.. ....
John Weston from Utah.
I came over for the rodeo ...
...I saw your distress signal
from the top of the ridge..
-it was mine.
that was kind of an unusual place
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