Hoby helps a man who has lost his site due to a shot fired by a wanted criminal.
Hoby's sister Norah summons him back to Crawford when she receives threatening letters. The Ranger soon discovers that an old friend is looking for revenge.
Hoby gets involved in a family feud when a man hires a gunman to protect himself from his brother-in-law.
Hoby investigates charges of witchcraft brought against a religious group living outside of the town of Glenville.
Two suffragette supporters come to Porter to help women get the vote, but not all the townspeople are enthusiastic about the idea.
Hoby gets involved when two men claiming to be Ralph's long-lost uncles arrive in Porter.
Hoby tries to track down the killer of a traveling salesman who died in his hotel room in Porter.
Tully Saxon pays a visit to Tanner... and says that he'll kill him.
A witness arrives in Porter to tell Hoby that a convicted man awaiting execution is innocent.
Hoby runs into trouble when a wanted man is in love with the daughter of a town's sheriff.
Harry Keller sends a letter to Henrietta saying that he's coming to town to kill Hoby... and Hoby has no idea what he looks like.
When Hoby kills one member of a family bullying Tanner and Joe, the others swear revenge.
The townspeople demand that Hoby run a Union traitor out of Porter.
A man demands $10,000 from the Porter Bank... or he'll destroy the town.
When Hoby returns from an assignment for the Rangers, he discovers that the Hastings Gang has taken over Porter.
Hoby makes the mistake of helping a stranger caught in a bear trap. In return the stranger leaves Hoby caught in the same trap and flees.
When the Turley clan bring their dying matriarch Maude back to Porter, their feud with the Corbetts starts anew... and the townspeople are caught in the middle.
Typhoid fever breaks out in Porter, and Hoby and Doc Calhoun have their hands full.
A young girl asks Hoby to stop her father from commuting a crime.
When a suspected criminal is "accidentally" lynched, the Rangers send Hoby to get the truth.
Hoby delivers word that a Ranger convicted of murder returns to his hometown... and two men are worried about what that portends.
While tracking down a burglar, Hoby accidentally shoots a 16-year-old boy,
Five older men ride into Coleman and the sheriff worries that they're going to rob the bank.
Convict Jack Summers returns to Porter to get revenge for his brother's death.
A seedy gambler with a reputation comes to Porter to get his baby daughter from her estranged wife, and Hoby has no choice but to help him.
Hoby goes to Crater Junction with former Ranger Stan Elliott to identify the body of a man brought in for a bounty.
Quince Flanders tries to force schoolteacher Jim Martin out of Porter rather than let Jim educate the Porter children.
Lance Garth is shot while robbing the local mining company. He escapes into Porter and dies, and everyone thinks that the saloon girl that he had taken up with has the money.
Some cowpokes plan revenge against the card shark who took their friend's money and then was forced to shoot him when the friend took offense.
Hoby rides to Talpa to protect the town against a gang of outlaws coming for one of their own who is awaiting trial.
When a crooked gambler is wounded, his lover guns down his shooter and takes him to a cabin in the middle of a snowstorm... just as Hoby arrives.
Benny French is the last uncaptured bank robber and Hoby is after him.
Rex Fawley is wooing Henrietta... but he has an ulterior motive.
Hoby tries to help a Chinese launderer, Wong, when the thugs in Porter start picking on the man.
Abigail Duke visits her hometown for the first time since eloping with an outlaw. The "proper" ladies want Hoby to run her out of town, but he refuses.
Hoby discovers that a murdered town rancher led a double life as a high-stakes gambler.