The Deputy Sheriff of Comanche County
Who killed Ole Gunderstorm? The evidence seemed to point to Buck Mason. And when Buck went into hiding soon after, there was no doubt in anyone’s mind. But Buck knew he was innocent- now he was going to have to prove it. Gunderstrom lay asleep on a cot against one of the cabin walls. A man was crossing the room stealthily with a long-barreled Colt in his hands. The intruder could see the cot and the outlines of the blur that was the sleeper upon it: but he did not see the boot in his path, and half stumbled as he stepped on it. Gunderstrom awoke and sat up. “‘Buck Mason! ” he exclaimed. A t the same time he reached for the gun beside him. There was a flash in the dark; the silence was split by the report 9fa pistol and Ole Gunderstrom slumped back upon his blanket. The Deputy Sheriff Of Comanche County as published as a serially under the title ˜The Terrible Tenderfoot.”
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