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“Trouble At Timber Trail”

(A Russell Harmon Western)


by


A.H. Scott


2013


Copyright 2013


A.H. Scott



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“Trouble At Timber Trail”

(A Russell Harmon Western)


by


A.H. Scott



Riding through the town of Appleton, Dusty and his horse, Sugarfoot, stopped to wet their whistles. Dusty held a bucket in the trough to feed Sugarfoot. The water was cool and the air was dry. As Dusty sat on the edge of the trough, Sugarfoot guzzled form the bucket.


A sudden blast of screams from within the Jones Bank. It was Henry Jones and his assistant, Barney Smith, arguing with cattle rancher, Hiram Wilson.

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