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Stringer and the Oil Well Indians

by Lou Cameron

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Usually it takes Stringer a little while to rile folks in a new town. But no sooner does he step off the train in Tulsa than some sidewinder is doing his best to turn Stringer into yesterday's news. The hot story in Tulsa is the oil boom. It seems you can't dig a grave without hitting black gold. And Stringer's there to write the story. But MacKail's never seen such a sorry assortment of low-down, hornswoggling bushwhackers because, as Stringer well knows, where there's money, there's outlaws and lawyers-and sometimes it's hard to tell them apart.… (more)

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