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Jim Hardie helps Wells Fargo agents battle the bad guys.

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Hardie is hired to guard a woman's fortune in jewels and securities.
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Elderly John Jones is the only person kidnapped from a Wells Fargo stage.
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A desperate woman helps Hardie's prisoner escape to share some of his loot.
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Marshal Dave Prescot is killed after cleaning up the town of Warburg.
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Hardie is stuck in Mesa City, where there isn't a sheriff.
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A soon-to-be-released prisoner threatens revenge.
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Hardie suspects that a female gambler is selling rifles to insurgent Indians.
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Hardie is offered a large reward for outlaw Sam Horne.
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A Wells Fargo competitor transfers passengers to his line at gunpoint.
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A woman mine owner won't give Wells Fargo a contract until they are investigated.
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Moose Gilliam's dog helps Hardie catch a jewel thief.
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Kitty Thorpe wants Hardie to protect her from her escaped convict husband.
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Hardie tracks down loot from Tim Flaherty's latest robbery.
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Hardie helps a girl whose doll was stolen by robbers.
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An outlaw plots to rob the stage from Yuma.
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Hardie suspects murder when a Fargo agent allegedly commits suicide.
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Pearl Harvey's heavily insured dog disappears when she comes to town to entertain the miners.
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Hardie gets assigned to protect a diamond salesman carrying a small fortune in gems.
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Hardie becomes involved with a female Wells Fargo agent.
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An incoming stage has problems with a drunken, violent passenger who turns out to be the boxer John L. Sullivan.
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A Wells Fargo employee has been killed and Hardie suspects a boxer.

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