A bone tired Josh rides into Cottonwood to the Sheriff's office at midnight with the prisoner Hunt Willis. The Sheriff confirms that the man is Willis but says the $1000 bounty for him hasn't arrived. The tired Josh is happy to let it go until the next morning after a good nights sleep and even happier when the Sheriff offers to take care of both horses for him. As soon as the Sheriff verifies Josh is gone, he lets Willis out of the cell and they leave. The next morning Josh arrives at the office to find a different Sheriff who says he is Lon Paulson, was gone the day before, and there has been no prisoner in a month nor does he believe Josh's story. Josh decides to check at the stable for his horse only to find his horse is stolen since no horses were stabled the night before. After checking with the telegraph office and the bank he learns his reward was collected by the fake Sheriff the day before saying he was Josh. A clue from the telegrapher says his quarry may be in Hode's ...
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