After solving a cattle rustling scheme, Slade collects his pay. As he is leaving the ranch, his former client is murdered. The man's widow and his best friend blame each other. Slade must find which one is telling the truth.
A hard-bitten town taming sheriff is devastated when he's forced by law to hang his own son for theft of a gold shipment. Slade is convinced the man is innocent and sets out to prove it even as the hour of execution draws nigh.
An employee interrupts a burglary at a bank and is killed. When nothing is found missing, it is assumed the burglars panicked and ran. Months later when a cashier notices two bills with the same serial number, Slade is called in.
Slade catches up with a man he has been trailing. The man has been leading a five man gang through a string of bank robberies. Slade gets him to jail but must now convince the man's ex-girlfriend to testify against him.
$50,000 in bank notes is stolen from the Tucson stage. Slade is hired by the insurance company to recover the notes. They have given him 30 days to get the job done. He stops at Martinsville looking for leads.
Slade is hired to stop a wedding. When he arrives he is too late. When the bridegroom is killed, guilt is cast on the woman who hired Slade. He believes she is innocent but he must find the true murderer to clear her.
Ethan Kellogg is receiving death threats to reverse his decision to close his mine. He asks Slade to find who is behind the threats. Before Slade decides whether or not to accept the job, Ethan is killed. Now, Slade wants the killer.
An old man with a fading memory gives an invoice to the Widow Rankin. He says it was borrowed by her husband. She is not sure if it is legitimate and hires Slade to determine if the money is really owed.
Janet Milford is looking for her long lost husband and is offering a reward. She receives a letter from Frank Peeler saying he knows where he is. Janet hires Slade to accompany her on the trip to verify the claim.
Hardluck Luke claims he has found a gold strike. He wants to sell to Ben Willard. Ben Willard wants Professor Simms to certify the claim before he buys the mine. Simms wants protection for the trip and Slade is hired for the job.
Judge Beck is a hanging Judge. He has hung 27 men. He hires Slade to learn about 3 men that escaped judgment. Slade is asked to stay on after the job is done. He soon learns the Judge is haunted by the 27 men he has hung.
Lillian Leclair is a bank president. She is grieving the loss of her husband and father at the hands of bank robbers. She doesn't know who the robber were, but wants to hire Slade to kill the bank robber and bring him to her.
Slade is hired vial mail to track down five men, give them $500 and tell them there is more if they go with him to a plantation. After Slade delivers the men, he finds there is no plantation and sets out to find out what is going on.
Emil Cosca operated a foundry. Everyone in town believed he kept a treasure hidden in the foundry. A man from his past shows up for the treasure. They are both killed in a shootout. Mrs. Cosca hires Slade to find out if the treasure exists.