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It was a peaceful sunny day in Big Rock,

 

There was no time to spare, so he would

as Barney Carbon rode wildly down Main

have to do it himself.

the direction from which he had come.

Street, drew to a halt in front of the Sheriff's office, jumped off his horse, and raced inside. "Sheriff!" he called. "Sheriff!"

Barney turned abruptly, ran to his horse, jumped into the saddle, and galloped off in

Barney looked around in bewilderment.

Ten minutes later, Barney reached the spot

The place was deserted. He turned and ran

where he had seen the men cutting the wire.

outside. Across the dirt road, sitting in the

There was no question about it now the

tracks on the ground, it was-plain that cattle

shade of the General Store, an old man squinted sleepily at him. Barney dashed across the road and cried.

men had been nistlers. There were so many

had been run out of the opening in the fence.

"Where's the Sheriff?"

"Where?" Barney demanded.

 

Barney followed the tracks. In half an hour

The old man drawled, '"Gone."

he came upon the missing cattle in a small

The old man shrugged. "Don't know."

 

gully. The two rustlers were crouched over

"When will he be back?"

"Don't reckon he ever will!"

 

one steer, busily changing the brand. Slipping his gun out of his holster, Barney rode quietly up behind the rustlers.

Barney was getting exasperated.

"All right, you two!" Barney said,

"Put

The old man grinned.

"You're a stranger

 

your hands high over your heads!"

around these parts. I've lived in Big Hock

It was almost an hour later that Barney,

The old man was still sitting in front of

for the last twenty years, and there hasn't

ever been a Sheriff that stayed longer than six months' It's just too darn peaceful in this

with his two prisoners riding ahead of him, leisurely returned to Big Rock.

town, and

these Sheriff fellers

 

just

can't

the store, but now there were quite a few

stand it! Nothing ever happens!"

 

"You mean you don't have a Sheriff?"

 

townspeople gathered around him.

Barney asked in disbelief.

 

As Barney took his prisoners into the jail

"That's right," the old man replied. "At

 

and locked them in the cell, the old man got up and crossed the street, followed

least, not for the last three days!"

 

closely by the local citizens.

Barney

groaned. "But

but ...

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he stam-

 

The old man entered the Sheriff's office

mered.

"I just saw a couple of men cutting'

and grinned at Barney. "Well done, stranger!

through a barbed wire fence, and they looked

Now, if you'll just look in the top drawer

like they were fixing to rustle some cattle!"

of that desk, you'll fin3 a badge there!"

The old man jumped up, and cried, "Hot

"What do you mean?" Barney asked.

 

"1 mean, son, that as Mayor of Big Rock,

diggety! That's the first real excitement we've had around here in twenty years!"

 

I hereby appoint you Sheriff of Big Rock!" Barney walked over to the desk_and

"But I don't like that kind of excitement," Barney protested. "I've got to find a sheriff!" "Son," the old man said. "Like I said, there

opened the drawer. Picking up the badge, he said, "I got a good notion to accept!."

isn't any sheriff and I'm too old to ride after

 

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the varmints you'll ha^e to go back and catch them!"

 

Barney pinned the Badge on his shirt, sat down, put his feet up on the desk, and said,

"Yes, sir, if there's one thing I like, it's peace

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Barney protested. Then he

and quiet! And if this town is anything like

shrugged helplessly. The old man was right.

you say, I may never leave!"

 

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HAYIN6 WITNESSED IT MYSELF, HE'LL HAVE A PRETTY STRONS DEFENSE! THE BOY IS INNOCENT!

SO IF YOU'LL SIGN TI SURE MATT 70

THESE EXTRADITION

PAPERS, JUDGE

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