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VOL. I— No. !! 



DECEMBER, 1936 



CONTENTS 

M" Sforhi Complete} 



HARE AND HOUND^ 



The Clock again! A siniElcr figure of mystery, 
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by GEORGE L BRENNER 

The police 



DAUGHTER OF THE APES ,,.,,by VICTOR J. DOWLIN* 

Brailcy of the TropicE meets wierd adventure far north of 
the Congo jungle. ^ , 

SMUGGLED TOYS by JOHN A. PATTERSON 

Inspector Scott tooli the trail in Chinatown an^ it lead to Ihe 
stamping ground of Rat Larson, hoodlum of the hiffh seas 
and China coast. ^ 

EASY JOB by JOE E. BURE5CH 

He said hTs name was *'Free" Smith anrt he smoked his way 
into ihfir confidence. A yarn about the Coast GuaTd— and 
revenue men. 

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BUCKAROO BRAND [A Complete Novdef) ......,.- .by W. M. ALLISON & BUCK RINGOB 

A puncher wins a spread and a herd with the turn of a card, 
and — \t brings him and his partner face to face with Red 
River Brent of the rustier bunch. 

THE MONSTER MAN..,..,...; ! , ,, by ARTHUR PINAJIAM 

A new Dick Kent yarn. Here Dick stacka his life against tliC 
death mania of a madman, 

THE CHRISTMAS KID (A Comptefe Novefef) by BERT CHRISTMAN 

, A great story of gold and snow ;ind men gone "beasts" in 

Alaska, wherein the Kid swaps lead with a killer pack. 

THE RED RAIDER ^ ^ by E, McD. MOORE. Jr, 

Hill tribei swarm on the ouipcsi like wolves to a sTaughter, 
but Lieutenant "Smoky" Battle led his buUettieres with Yan- 
kee courage to dare the Range chief. 



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MYSTERIOUS FEf^l WlNE TELEIPHOME CALL It) COME fcst^i^^'^ 
MTH^ HEART OFTKE CHIWATOWNOFA LAtGE 



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METROPOLIS.TO RCCEl^/E ^OME jWFORMATfON OM A GANG 
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HAVE El'i DEUCE BEFDRE 

\1^B CAMTlEUPH/^TbB 
HOUJEUER-AWTH-eOYS 
CAMYPIM ATH/WG 
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I DID^ STRerCH IMTH'STiR 1/ MUST BE TH 
WITM VtR OLD P-AL ewAKE \ R^^L NI^COV 

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AKJ'TlE A WE^GTITOM MIS CARCASS 
AfJ^ HEAVE 'ER TO TH' SHARKS/ /^M" 
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IM OME LITTLE BASKET-AW IP YOULC 
BREAK OMEOFTHOSEfNNOCEWT LOoK(M' 
DOLLS YOULL RMOTK' ROTTEN DOPE 
IMSiDE THEY BEEN 
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MR ,PREE -- WATCM OUT. 
FOD THOSE BABIES. 




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ARE WE 

PUMRUMNER^ 



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HAPPV DU-ST" 
LOTT^ T)OUGM 
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LEAST ONE GUV.^ A COUPLE Guyg THAT GET COLO 

FEET -SEE ^-'VOU ChAMGE TmEIR 



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MORE BUT 
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we: delwer 

8UT WE 
DON'T SELL 
DlRECTLV 
TO STORES 




MERES HOW MAND9OME,0UR RING 

WORKS HKE A CLOCK. WE GET 
TWE DOPE» RUN IT T>OWN BA.V 
ABOUT TEN MJLE9 To OUR 
■PICK-UP MAN" 




>-ME TAKES IT TO TOWNS IsJUERE 

WE UAVE OUR BUVERS. i > 

ME COLLECTS, THEN ^-^goW 
WE'RE PAVEO t T^ASOUT 

COAST 
GUARDS 

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WMEN TM09E GUV*g APPROACWl 
VOU • NlOvV SEIE TMAT OLD 
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HANJOSOME- THERE'S AT LEAST 
EIGMT THOUSAND DOLLARS SALTED 
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I'LL SMOW VOU . 





MECE'S A"T1N". EACH ONE'9 WORTH 
ONE HUMORED AND FlPTEEM 
"DOLLAP'S . WWV SHOULD WE 
WORK FOR A LlVlf«J' 

MANDSOME 



THEy'RE MAkTlM'THElB NEXT 
TRIP TDfvlOPRoW NIGHT. MAV8E 
JIS WIUL TAXE VA ALONG 




BuE ENOUGHTREE IS TAKEN, TME 
NEXT NIGWT. A SWIFT MOTOR BOAT 
WITHOUT LIGHTS LEAVES THE ISLArJp 



^HEN ABOUT TEN MILES tOWN BAV, 

IT Pulls along side op a FREIGMTEP 

BUNDLES QUICKLV CHftWGE HAMDS/ 

AND ™£ ''Pickup man'' goes om his w&y 



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PACE 7 



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wL'P NEVER SQUEAL OU EACH 

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VA SOME , UNTIL /DRlEXi UP WEEP, 

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LET JIG I WON'T 



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Mi^^- US. 




^TMAT'S THE WHOLE 
TpOUBLE" ^4^^J050M^. 




MOPE VA AIN'T TfRED WAITIN' KiD, 
GOT ENOUGH T03ACCO TO L^=^T 
ME A* MONTH , 





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T^EE:Ll^J SOMETWIfvJS GONN^ 
UAPPEM-. 

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VA I^AITED CEP TMlS 
NIGHT ANJT:> VEQ 

AMXiOUS 
TMAT'S 
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WE'VE. OOT VOU COVERED 

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TWESJ GET THE "DOPE PROM r 

THEIR BOAT V 




HAVE THAT GUN KEAI?y PAKD 
THIS Guv IS PLENTy MEAN 




LEWD ME A MAM -• THERE'S Ti^/O 
MORE MERE , TO BE TAKENi 





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SPREAD IN 
rH'GAME. AT 
TULAR05A, 

an' there 
n^t no hombre 

WUNKIN'a BLAZEftON 
INDIAN JOE FOSTER! 
COnE ON, WE'LL 
5BARCH TMt 

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AFTER A COMPLETE SEARCH 

OF THE OLD PITCHFORK 
RANCH, INDIAN JOE FOSTER. 

AND HtS PARTNER., PE.COS 

MADOtN^ DECIDE THAT NO 
ONL OCCUPIES THt RANCH, 

AND THAT THtV'LL BED 
DOWN FOR TtiL NIGHT. 
TOMOKKOW THEV AIM TO 
LOCATE THE SMALL HERO 
ThAT GOE^> WiTH THE, 
3PKLAD- 





INDIAN, 

ME66L 

WE BETTER. 
ITMROUL IN THt 

BARN, TONiOHT 

FOOL THAT 
TULAROSA BUNCH 
rF THEY WAS 
n&GERiri'TO 

SURPRISE U5 IN 

THE DARK, UH? 



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I yORE SHORE A SMART MOMBRE. 
j PECOS, TI^AT'S A BUENO TKICk". 
i AFTER WE'VE EAT WE XL HEAF) 
\ FUR THE OLD BARN 




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rJV DOWN iTRtAM A WAVS 1 . . ' - v -"xSN 



HfAD tf SVOtK WjrH 
iAN'SEE can we round lif THEM CKlTltA^. 1*' 




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I CAINY git it OUTA my head, INDIAN. 
THIS OtAL HA5 GOT SOMETHm' LOCO 
'BOUT VX*. IF WE FIND COW^ YORE SHORE 
THE LUCKIEST HOH&RH UNDER A HAT! 




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THERE WAS COWS. PECOS. AM WAIN T 
LON& TIME. AGO. THERE'^ TRACKS 
LEADlN'iNrO rut RIVER! SONteOOY 
LIKELV RUN 'fM OFF WITH NO 
RlDEHb ON TilC PITCHFORK TO 6UARD 
UTS f<fOE iOMt, cowboy! 










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AN' BACK UNDER THAT RID&E. MEB5E 0UR5,HUH? 



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RU^rUN'STai G9E3 ON.PtCOS. 

mTAKiN'A fdi;r-eyed 

L00K5EE AT FHEM CRITTERS? 



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peco^, but there ain't no 

M0ER5 KERDIN' em. 
WElL CROSS AN GO SEE? 



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INDIAN JOE BEGINS TO FELL THAT HIS PARTNEK, PECOS MADDEN, 15 
RIGHT ABOUT THE GAMBLER IN TULAR05A: THAT THIS SPREAD HE WON IS A 
DEAD MAN'S HAND- LOOKS LIKE THERE'S SOME TRlCK STIUL UP THE GAMBLER'S 
SLEfifBE. BUT INDlAr4 AND PECOS WILL PLAY IT OUT 




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THAT TULAROSA GENT'S MEBBE'S GOT 
SOME WANTED H0M&RE5 CACHED 
BACK IN THE HILLS WAITIN'TO 
DKYGULCH US, IF WE WAS DEAD. 
(NDJAN, he's STILL GOT THE RAISCN, 
AN' HIS VULTURES'LL CLEAN OUR- 

POCKETS 








I KNEW IT WAS ^OME KIND OF A TRICK, 
PECOS, BUT I DIDNT SAVVY THIS THING, 
FfG&ERED HE WANTEQ U5 OUTA THE- 
WAV AN' WED MEET UP WITH A KILLER 
BUNCH AT THE RANCH, BASy /VOvvf H 
THERE'S THEM COWS; 




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RIDE IN CL05E AN' TALLY 
THE BRANDS. 



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FOR BU5HWHACKER.S. 

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PECOS, AN" COWi DONT CK055 NO 
RIVEK5 'LES THEV'RE DRIVEN 

WELL, WEl'ftE DRJVlN'fcM DACK! 




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OUST. THF.M HOMDRES /^ COniN' AN' 
THEY'RE OW THt FKOD* 



LET 'EM COME' WEIl GIT THESE CRJTTERS 
ACROSS an' MAKE A STAND ON THE OTHE IN- 
SIDE, WE. Am'T RUSTLERS? 




HOID YfR 5H00TIN' PEC05^ LOOK^ LIKE 
THE LAW COMIN: I KIN SEE A 5TAR, ON 
ONE 0' THE GENTS— THE HOf^lBRh ON 
THE BALO-EAUD ROAN. Airs'T NUTIIIN' 
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KEfP THEM CLAW5 VV\ THEN COW^ 
BELONG TO RED RIVER BKENT, HtKE' 

CLIMB DOWN OFF THEM BRONKS 

an' no quick moves ^ KEEP 'Ln 
COVERLD, iSKENT! 



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WE GOT PLLNTY 

ROPES, SHERIFF? 
LET'S GIT IT 

OVER WIT'. DON" 
WANT NO RUSTLIN 
ON THIS RAN&E', 




NOBODY'S RUNNIN'NO E>LA2ERS ON 
U5, SHERIFF! JUS' HOLD YORE. 
MOSSES, THESE COWS [S MINE.AN' 
I KIN PROVE IT t 




YUH GENTS A«E GOIN' 
TO HAVE YORE HANDS 
FULL 0' DYNAMITE IF 
YUH THINK MY PARD 
AN'mE can be FRAflEP. 
DON'T FORCE YORE 
TWO-BIT HANDf 





WHAT KINUA PROOF YUH 
GOT. FELLER? HOW CAW 
YUH OWNTHE'^E COWi 
IF THEY BELONGS TO 
BRENT HERE? WHOARE 
YUH, ANVWAVS ? 




iNQ}AN JOE PLAYS HIS ACE- fN- THE 'HOLE AND SHOWS THE LAW HIS OFFtCtAL 
REClSTRATiON OF THE PITCHFORK BRAND WHiCh HE WAS Sr^ART ENOUGH TO TAKE 
CARE OF IN LAS MORES BEFORE HE REACHED THE RANCH. IT WAS ALL LEGAL. 
REP River i^RENT, A KU5TLEK AND THiEf HIMSELF. SAW HIS GAME BEAT AND 



CURSE YUH, BRENT THIS GENT HAS GOT 
PR00F5', YUH WAS JUS'USIn" ME AS A 
tool! \ GUE55 I'LL 

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BUT RED RIVER. BRENT SAW HIS ERROR AND ONLY 
DEATH WOULD WIPE HIS SLATE CLEAN. HE'D OVtRLOOKEP 
CHANGING THE BRAND REGISTRATION. NOW HE 
AND HIS GANG TRIED MURDER. TO WIN. 

BUT INDIAN JOE AND PECOS WERE GUN-FIGHTEfi^- 
THIS WA5 THEIR. MEAT. 



BKENT, YORE A DIRTY 
HELLION! 



KILL THE'DAMN 
OEPPITS', GANG! 



WHAT ABOUT THE R0PE5, 
BRENT? TOO BUSY EH, 
YUH RANGE. THIET '. 




THE DIKTV RATI HE'S 
DOWNED THE LAWMAN! 



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PARTNEK. PECOS 
MADDEN, HARDLY 

SCRATCHED iN THE 
GUN-EIGHT, 5A\/E0 
THE DEPUTY FROM 
DEATH IN BRENT'S 

DOUBLE'CROSi. 
AND {NDiAN 

PR0VE5 HiS 

OWNERSHIP or 

THE PITCHFOKK ' 
SPREAD 



YOU an' yore PARD are 5Uf?E A PAIR OF GUN-FfGHTI/S ' 
FOOLS, INDIAN. LOOKS LIKE J WAS SlTTiN" IN ON A 
CROOKED DEAL. BUr SHENT'LL 5WEAT IN THE PEN FEB- | ^\ 
THIS. AN" I'LL GET YOU STRAIGHT ON VORE P/TCHFORK 
SPREAD- PkH the cows. 



FLE^H W0UND,5HERIFF- 
WE'LL HAVEYUH WHOLE- 
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A 5URGEON WE+O LIVES ABOLIT TWO 
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SAFE OC^EN AfiD THE FORMULA FCC' 

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Pi-OATlhJG CiTv GONE Oh 'rib AUL 

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SAVED W!5 LIFE HE HA^ BECOMt 
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FROM RIDDEP'^ M^ND. M Tt^E 5AM&- Tl^\^^F^^D(^ 
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GPIM GHO^T AND — . 




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TMr. LAW ftPPlVE.-^ AND KENT HEARS 

n^t eiivST oc A coppcp'^ gun — like * 




NOTING WAPPEN^^ AS TWE POUCE SiAND THERE 

^-rUPEFI£D, RiDD£P irSVES THROUGH TME Tft/^P 
DOOR. 





WELL. YOU E:eE,PROP. 
X FILLED IT MVSELT 
THE TIMU- ME WENT 
OJT rOR A FEW 
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BATTLING 



A Hard'Hltfing Sfory 
of Quick Adventure! 



by 

Malcolm 

Bruce 



BEAU 



BRUMMEL 







Adventure crowded the Ule of Bob 
and ioand him always ready with his 
mauUes, Here is a big story of a big 
young man in a big city^ You'll like 
him, and his career is a real thriller. 



DYNAMITE Devaney jerked on the reina of his 
team and sivote. As a matter of fact he swnre 
many times and in a manner quite shocking to 
u part of his audience. Befi>re him and hehincl him 
wore nther trucks, and lH\i^, and cooh driver now 
he[ran offering advice to the hi|? '"bluG'toncuGd" 
truckmen who was jamming the traffic. It was early 
fvvning in the i^ummof nnd the lori^, almost horizon^ 
lal rays of a retreating; aun shone full in the sweat- 
streaked face of D<*vanpy as he leaned from his perch 
high ahove the horses. 

It was not the fault of the horses, nor was it ex- 
flcciy D3Tiamite's fault that ha was causing a block 
in the Ivaffip, hut as he jerked forth Mg whip and 
bc^an plyinjr it with a will on the helpless animals 
a window in a taxi close alongside was drawn down 
and the face of a man appeared, calling to^the pro- 
fane Devaney. 

"Shut your face." barked Dynamite with only 
a fflance at the face in the window. He said more, 
about youne fops in poup-and-fish togs that'd better 
stay in where it waa safe. Dynamite had never been 
a judg:e of faces. 

A moment of this and the door of the taxi was 
flung open. From it stepped a tall young man of 
more than pleasing countenanco who wore the ac- 
cepted thing in evening clothes, and an air of mild 
gentility slightly aroused. With a word of assur- 
ance to the girl who [caned toward him from the cab, 
he approached the plunging liorsew, 

"Put up your whip/' he said in a low i^onimandin^f 
voice. 

But Devaney only swung it more viciously and 
addressed his best style of profanity direct aL the 
immaculately attired man bcJow, 

Taxi driver? and truckmen bounced from their 
seals, scenting trouble. It was inevitable. As the 
crowd gathered the man in evening clothes retired 
to the side of the taxi from which he had but a 
moment before emerged. Devsncy had been right. 
He was a quitter and was sneaking back to the 
safety of the machine. Another example of De- 
vaney's poor judgement. The fop was divesting him- 
self calmly of his hat, his gloves, his cnat and his 
cane. Devaney roared with delight. The dude was 
displaying symptoms of insanity. 

For a moment the stranger stood placating the 
girl who had started to remonstrate with him as be 
tosj?ed bis clothes into the seat beside her. With a 
final iresture of reassurance he again turned toward 
De vaney's truclt. 

Few pedestrians were abroad at the time, but 



among those who grouprd them*ielves along the curb 
was one who looked with speculative eyes on the 
man wtioso wtnte, BpotlCEH vest waa decidedly out of 
place in such a siting, 

*'W]li you put that whip away?" called the vested 
one to Dpuaney,. Shirt sleeves were being rolled 
upward in a workmanlike fashion, and the specula- 
tive man remarked to his friend at the curb, 

"Judge," he said in a gentle drawling voice, "T 
think ynu an' mo are goin' to see brains get an aw- 
ful rockin' from brawn. That's Dynamite Devaney 
up on that scat," 

The Honorable John Yeoman glanced at hi a 

friend Ace Martin, and chucked. For years Martin. 

ha knew, had bten managing boxers of every hue and 

shape. Big ones and little ones had clTmbe'd high up 

the fistic ladder of fame and fortune under the 

masterful tutelage of the venerable manager. But 

Yeoman held a different opinion in the present in^ 
stance. 

'^I think you're wrong, Ace." he argued. "This 
looks to me like an example of my argument right 
now. A fair amount of brawn coupled with brains 
will destroy twice its own weight in brawn alone. 
Ho!" 

Dynamite wap glowering on the upturned face of 
the man on the ground. 

"Fer two bits I'd amacV vou do^m wit' dis," he 
bawled, threatening the other with his whip. "Go 
crawl back m the coopay wid j-er jane an' ahut yer 
face.' 

The answer to tkis was silent but sure and Judge 
Yoeman gripped Jlartin's arm as the man on the 
ground leaped. 

Thorp came a scream, a tiny mufFled appeal, from 
the girl in the taxi, as her escort sought to clutch 
the kickinff fool of the cursing truckman. 

"Come down," he shouted now above the roar of 
l.he horns and bellowing of the waiting drivers, 
"Come down and say that to me again." 

DEVANEY leaped from his perch and even as he 
left the truck he struck out with a wicked, 
vicious swing aimed at the man beneath him. For 
a brief moment there was the scurry of feet, the 
swish fo flying arms and handSj then, a sudden dull 
thud aa skin covered bone met its like. The man m 
evening clothes had landed a clean right hook to the 
hurly truckman's chin. Dynamite Devaney sprawled 
like one drunk against the heaving body of the near- 
est horse. As he started to slide to the ground, there 
Came another scream from the taxi and a girra voice 



(jtllinc "Bob," hut Bub wm bent nn Ji cnmplote tani- 
uiE or th€ bjule IfffoiE him. Htt gra^jiid llu- ;tll but 
hi'lpkss D^vancy by the collar. Ki^i'bly Dynumite 
iiitd to fieht off hia adverfiary^ but Bob iMa^btd » 
Uic cajiabia looking open |ifllni full in rbe olbev'a 
(m^G and held bjm pi'oppetJ ai^aiiiHt Lh« ^ide oC the 
ttuck. 

"Well. I'll be " Ace Martin stood rapine at 

the fight befara him- Hpvc wan mateiiHl of the 
}iij^hi*st type, a ringman who cmiUl full an ovei'-sizfd 
hi^avywoigbt with on* pum^h mui hold him a^ (.boHiiiy 
ii.1 ihiH man appaipnlly hold Upvanpy. U was ni^t 
i^o hiiitr ajro that Ihis name Devarey fclli^w iiad been 
tousod as a coming chalK-riRer for the cirnii, but h^ 
had Ijeen found indopendahla and a^ a consequence 
If^tame ai:i'Uj4tomed lo dividinff his time trucking flnd 
rintf flghline. He waa equally good at bnlb, huw- 
ever, and lasted but a shnit time at cither. Right 
nuw ha ixaa pretty mui'h hora dc combat 

It was a neat job and well done, and as the crowd 
bftaii to move lo the ojipoj^iit- sidi? of the filreel 
s^hj(hi?r willitiff hands hud narlly draggt'd and partly 
L'ariied the half ctinsoions truckmen, a few leaped 
inlo Hke gap and proceedod to f.lraii;hten out the 
traffii: tangle whEch had steadily grown worse. De- 
vaney'a MucI; was jockeyed out of (be wedge and 
the machincH bT?gan to move once more. 

Ai'« Martin was standing neai- surveying the 
blink iiijf truckman, 

*'YeD," he declared with a grin. "U's Devaney 
all right;* 

However, unhindeied by the crowd which waa 
centered about the disillusioned pug, the victor un- 
rolled his shirt sleeves as he returned to hia own 
laxifab. There was a moment's paufle at the door 
of the car and a few hurried words passed between 
the driver and the younjr man now once more nr- 
rayed in hia tusedo. Another car moved on in the 
tfitllu' and from an npi^n window shone a elri's face 
heamin^r with frank ami honpsl admiration for the 
man in the alreet. In that fleeting glance there 
was a Hash of rciuijruitiitn in the eyea of the ^ir]. 
Bii[ [he man was heedleL^s of the appinvinir look 
which gtiiwed for an instant, and then was gone. 
Bnur diwappointmeni had folluwed close on the 
hecU of hia fistic triumph. 

"fiti on." he j<aid to the chauffer as he stepped in- 
to the car and closed the dnor. The machine rolled 
orf to disappear in the swirl of traffic ahead. 

*'Ju*t' my luck/' declared the veteran maanger ba 
he turned eastward toward the avenue with bia 
jmlitial frit^nd, "flis car ia gone. I mi^ht have 
been able to devehip that guy into a champ. Ynu 
remember Judge — " he went on, and the Honorable 
■lohn Yeoman liatened attentively until the sjrowdfd 
-idewalks of the 'nterveninp street swaibiwcd them 
up. .Many a good fighter bad be^n pieked up under 
'imilar circumstansjcs. Also many a tramp. 

CHAPTER M 
A Fighting M(in 

Ctili Robert Brummel, as he rode silently in the 
*^ l.ix'i. the whole evening Wfli* a frost, a failure. 
He waa riding alone and for the very K'lod reaaon 
that upon his return to tha car he had found il 
empty. 

Helen BercifoM had left him flat. Act'nrdlng 1o 
ihe tavi driver, who an^werej him with the merest 
'Uffgeniion of a grin, nhe haci dapartart with some 
remark about "a disgrace to society" and immethitig 
mor* abeul "Iwo hrutea," The diiver couldn't junt 
^Ky, but it was evident that ivhe had put hjm in a 
'fata with ihe roiighnerk Uuckman and fled merely 
lifcau*<e he wai diiinff what he thought wa?f hh duf.y, 
■"^■1 right, Proleciing her from the profanity of a 
iLtthan and a buily, Lo nay notbjng of Having tha un- 



fortunate >iorses from undue and unmerciful beat- 
ing. Boh was a pirture of gloom until it orcured to 
him that ^he had no douitt taken a la^ii herself to the 
Marldorf and he would find her there when he 
arrived. There wan just a chance that he could 
paleh it up. The dinner dance however wa* un- 
promlsiniT of auccesa aa far as he was concerned for 
he knew Helen well enough to be 8ur# that the laak 
ahead of him would be no easy one. 

Now no ono had ever aaid that Ruth Potter wai 
beautiful. ]t had been admitted, aametimea be- 
gruflginirly, that she was pretty; that there was & 
wholesome freahness in her fara. Now as &h» rode 
northward alone in the deep dArkness of the taxi her 
Ihouphla rushing swhftl.v backward tbrougb yean, 
her face ahone w^iih a light that fairly illuminated 
lier temporary moving prison. 

All about her danced headlighta, and her ears 
echoed to the ratUe and screech of th» horna, but 
tha picture in her heart persi*^tcd. It was the fae« 
of the man — THE man— she had aeen. Face to face 
after what seemed years and yearn. But instead ot 
evening clothes and ailk hat the man she remember- 
ed \vr\s wearing dirty, niud-smeaitd olive drab. It 
was a uniform and she recalled well the dcvit-may- 
eare angle with which his iron hat was perched on 
.his tousled head. She did not even know his name, 
but what did that niaiter. She had si'cn him again 
and he was in New York. But that first time, 

Ruth Potter had been one of Iho lirst of her sex 
to volunteer her services "over there/' As a mem- 
ber of that faithful nrganixatinn of red cross workers 
she had been among the first to reach the other side. 
Week after week, month after month, she had fought 
besides her sisters against the ravages of dirt and 
disease, in the battle for life against death. Now 
fiha remembered that day up at the flrst aid station. 
It w^is on a narrow dirty road, hardly more than i 
path, and tha morning was ^old and cheerless. A 
bleak wind lashed her face no matter where she 
stood, and the long marching column of worn and 
weary fnces that passed her still moved by in a 
vividness that made it seem but yeaterday. 

It was a picture out of the past that she now saw 
and in it was engraved more deeply than the rest 
the face of a man, who was but a boy, and who 
trudged camely pft^t btaring another's burden as 
well as his own. The troops were "going out" for a 
re^t. Theirs had been tha lirunt of ihe siege. Night 
after night they had moved up on the enemy'fi posi- 
tion, drivin^' him steadily, surely, backward, until 
now it was given them to rest up, to recuperate for 
tha big drive that was soon to come. 

Nobody sprikc. It was a jillent proeession and 
only the shuflling and stumbling of hca*y shod fccL 
vied wiUi the rush of the wind. 

She lind noticed him more because ho appeared Ut 
he marchinjr alnne »ii ho brought up the rear of a 
company, and he staggoi ed now and tlien from side 
to side of the road. On one shoulder he carried bis 
pack, bulging and thrown together in haste, .\cv(|-^ 
hi* other shoulder he bore the inert tisKre of his 
buddy, a thiUn worn out P5TUro of a man who:^e feet 
hung loosely in front of the mnn who ciuiiiil him. 
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ntber ha half dragged, half carried the pack belong- 
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"Drun him here,*' ahe bad I'alied impuluiveiy, but 
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AN UTTERUy EXHAUSTED HILLMAN DELIVERS 
A MESSAGE TO LIEUTENANT "SnOKy' BATTLE, 
COHMANDER OF THE ARMY OUTPOST AT 
WAT-WAh 



AND THEr ARE 

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BATTLE SHOUTS AN ORDER. EQUIPMENT 
CLANKING, TWENTY GURKHA SOLDIERS FALL 
IN BEFORE Hin — 



JrANGO OSEF THE RED 



RAfDER, WITH A HUNDRED MEN, MAS 
JUST RAfOED AND BURNED JAMQI 
VILLAGE, TAJ^ING SLAVES, , 




HE 13 NOW COMING HERE 
TO ATTACK- MAN YOUR 

POSTS SOMETHING IS 

SURE TO BREAK SOON, 



A HALF HOUR DRAGS BX SUDDENLY A SINGLE SHOT 
ECHOES FROM THE JUNGLE. LIKE A BROWN WAVE, 
SAVAGE MOUNTAIN BANDITS STREAM FROM THE JUNGLE, 
LED BY A RED-BEARDED HILLMAN, RAN60 OSEF THE 
RED RAIDER/ 




F*VE t0"6NE. THE tf^LlAMT 'GURKHAS DEFEND THEtft 




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[run/ THEy ARE FEW AND'WE ARE MANX^ 

[we must not be CAPTURED./j 




UNHEEDING, THE OUTLAWS THROW DOWN 
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PRtSONERS. I'M TAKING TWO MEN AND 
GOING AFTER RANGO OSEE HE GOT 
AVA>: eUT I CAN'T LET HIM STAY AT 
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KECESSARy THAT XOU CAPTURE MIM? WE 
HAVE EITHER KILLED OR CAPT URED MOST 
Q^HIS MEN/,^,^^ ^^^^^^ ^^ ^^^^^ ^^ 

HAS FIVE HUNDRED MORE MEN IN 
TH05E HJLLS THAT H£'LL HAVE DOWN 
ON OUR NECKS BEFORE TOMORROW fr[7 
NIGHT, UNLESS T CAN STOP 




BUT YOU MUST TAKE MORE MEN/ 



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YOU'LL NEED THE OTHERS TO GUARD 
THE PRISONERS, SEE THAT THE 
WOUNDED ARE CARED FOR, AND HAVE 
THE OUTLAWS BURY THE DEAD — IT'LL 
KEEP 'EM BUSY/ 




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BATTLE SETS OUT ON THE RED RAIDER'S 

TRAIL. HE PAUSES FOR A MOMENT AT THE 
JUNGLE'S EDGE 



AS SWtFTLY AS POSSIBLE, THEY FOLLOW 
T HE H0R5E-5 HOQF^PRINTS. ^.^ ....... 



TO A WALK, HERE XOU CAN TELL BY 

THE TRACKS- HE MUST BE WOUNDED r 
PRETTY BADLV^r 




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DESERTED, BUT THERE ARE FRESH 
BLOODSTAINS ON THE FLOOR/ IT'LL BE 

DARW fN AN HOUR WE'VE GOT TO P|Ch 

UP THE TRAIL AND FOLLOW IT FAST/ 




THE GOAT-HERD HAS PROBABLV JOINED 
THE RED RAIDER, AND THE FARTHER HE 
GOES THE MORE MEN HE'LL GET, WE'VE 
GOT TO STOP HIM BEFORE HE HAS THE 
WHOLE COUNTRY UP IN ARMS/j 



FOR A SECOND TIME, BATTLE AND ThE 
GURKHAS PICK UP THE TRAIL. ALMOST 
IMMEDJATELX IT LEA05 THEM INTO 
ROCK-WALLED GORSE 




WHILE NOT FAR AHEAD. THE WOUNDED 

RED RAIDER, HUNCHED OVER IN HI5 

SADDLE, (5 URGED ON BY THE GOAT- 
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WEAK FROM LOSS OF BLOOD, THE 
BEARDED HILLMAN DIShOUNTS PAINFULLX 



THOSE ACCURSED 50LDIERS/ WE WILL 
AMBUSH THEM HERE, ALL PICKET nY 

HORSE BEHIND THOSE ROCKS. 




UNAWARE OF THE TRAP SET FOR THEN, BATTLE AND HIS MEN FALL BLINDLX INTO 
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BATTLE QUlCKty LOCATES THE RED 
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BEHIND THOSE ROCKS, SHABU. HOLD 
THEIR ATTENTION HERE, WHIlE I 
WOR^^ AROUND ON THEIR FLANK/ 




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BATTLE'S REVOLVER SPIT5 FLAME, AU 
THE OUTLAW GOAT-HEBD. SLUMPS OVER 
HIS SMOKING RlFLEy 




RANGO OSEF WHIRLS TO MEET THE NEW 
MENACE- WJTH A TRIUMPHANT SHOUX 
5HABU HURLS HIM5ELF ACROSS THE INTER- 
VENING VARDS, SMASHING THE RED RAIDER 
TO EARTH/ 




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