A Double D Western. Oil was discovered less than twenty miles away from the quiet farming town of Logan Station and a new boom town, Cimarron, Sprang up overnight as hundreds of rough and tough oil well riggers rushed to the pan-handle to drill for black gold. They were soon followed by saloon keepers, gamblers, and dance hall girls. To the citizens of Logan Station, Cimarron was a sin-pot that threatened their law-abiding town. Sheriff Buck Mather, an experienced lawman, worked hard to control the violence, cheating, and thieving so common to new boom towns. But some of Logan Station's most upright citizens didn't think he tried hard enough, and Buck found himself framed for charges of graft and corruption, his duty suspended-pending trial. Late one night, an armed band of hooded and white-robed riders attacked the oil town, driving away the patrons and leaving a woman dead. How could Buck bring them to justice without the power of the badge?