Howdee and sorry, straight shooters. Very few episodes of this long running (1933-1950, with one year off during World War II) radio show have survived, and -- since the stories were serialized -- no full story arc exists. To give you a flavor of the series, here's one of the existing episodes, the "rump end" of a story arc. This one first aired on August 14, 1946, and starred Joe "Curly" Bradley as Mix. Yes indeed, buckaroos, Mix never starred in his own radio show. Mix's voice was unsuitable for radio because of a bullet to the throat and numerous broken noses. Playing Mix were a series of actors -- first, Artells Dickinson, followed by Jack Holden, Russell, Thornton, and finally, Curly Bradley. Mix himself had died in 1940 at age 60 when his car went into a ditch.
Enjoy this surviving episode.