Claim Number One

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The Floating Press, Oct 1, 2012 - Fiction - 319 pages
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Dr. Warren Slavens drew claim number one, which entitles him to first choice of rich lands on an Indian reservation in Wyoming. It means a fortune; but before he can establish his ownership he has a hard battle ahead with crooks and politicians.
 

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Contents

Chapter I Comanche
4
Chapter II Guests for the Metropole
10
Chapter III Unconventional Behavior
20
Chapter IV The FlatGame Man
42
Chapter V Skulkers
57
Chapter VI The Drawing
71
Chapter VII A Midnight Extra
93
Chapter VIII The Governors Son
109
Chapter XII The Other Man
168
Chapter XIII Sentiment and Nails
184
Chapter XIV Like a Wolf
196
Chapter XV An Argument Ends
209
Chapter XVI A Promise
229
Chapter XVII A Plan
246
Chapter XVIII The Strange Tent
259
Chapter XIX Crook Meets Crook
273

Chapter IX Double Crookedness
125
Chapter X Hun Shanklins Coat
138
Chapter XI Number One
154
Chapter XX A Sudden Cloud
293
Chapter XXI The Crisis
310
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