"Dance-Hall Gal" is the story of young Tom Otis. Since he was old enough to ride herd, he worked on his father's Anchor Ranch. When his father died suddenly, he inherited Anchor. It was then that Will Geier of the Adams City bank informed Tom that there was a lien on the ranch because of a $10,000 note owed to the bank by Tom's father. Geier successfully prevents Tom from rounding up any Anchor cattle to sell in order to pay the note, and arranges for the ranch to be sold at auction. Cornered, Tom discovers that his only ally appears to be Lily Street, a singer in the Colorado Saloon.
by Lewis B. Patten
by Lauran Paine
by Curtis Bishop
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