By Louis L'Amour
Lawman, manhunter, peacemaker--it takes a difficult breed of guy to outlive as a Texas Ranger, yet Chick Bowdrie stands head and shoulder above the remaining. The tough trails are his domestic, from the large Thicket to the Pecos to the border. he is dried by way of the wilderness sunlight and wind, scarred and toughened by way of uncounted gun battles, and should you look at his black eyes it is like taking a look down the barrels of 2 .44s with their hammers drawn again. He rides within the identify of justice, yet he lives through his personal law--Bowdrie's legislations. And if you are pondering strolling at the incorrect part of Bowdrie legislation, you would larger commence operating. quick.
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Tom Ballard, he started for the door, Northup followin’. Noah Whipple thought it was all over, an’ he dropped his hand. “He never should have done it, but Noah was a habity man. He was reachin’ for a chaw. He chawed tobacco, an’ especially when he was nervous or bothered by somethin’. He reached for his tobacco an’ Aaron shot him. “It happened so quick nobody had time to move or speak. Clyde Ballard swore, and then they made a run for their horses and rode off. ” Chick was silent. He looked at the rye whiskey in his glass and thought of Joanie.
It was a long way to town. Historical Note: JOHN COFFEE HAYS, TEXAS RANGER BORN AT LITTLE Cedar Lick, Tennessee, in 1817, Jack Hays, as he was called, went to live with an uncle after the death of his father. He became a surveyor when only fifteen, and in 1836 left Mississippi to fight for the independence of Texas. One of his first tasks was to help bury the bodies of the 350 men of Fannin’s command who were lined up and shot down after their surrender. The death of those men left an indelible impression on Hays.
Turn your hoss into the corral. ” When he had washed, he ran his fingers through his hair and went up to the house. He had no Indian blood but he looked like an Apache and sometimes there was hesitance from those who did not know him. There was food in plenty but nobody talked during the meal. Eating was a serious business. Tate Sloacum was the old man of the house, a West Virginia mountaineer by birth. He had two sons and a hawk-faced rider named Crilley. His wife was a slatternly woman with stringy red hair and a querulous voice.