His name was Pick Atherton, and trouble was his trade. He didn't look for it -- but he found it wherever he went, and he knew how to handle it. But a man gets weary of killing, so Atherton bought himself a nice little spread and hung up his guns. Then a man named Wells Packford told Atherton to move on. Packford was a tough man with an army of hired guns, and he laughed when Atherton said he figured on staying put. Packford had a lot to learn -- and Atherton was just the man to teach him.