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CHAPTER 6 - RENDEZVOUS

" Sure, the boy told his father he was certain he was kept somewhere used by Indians," continued Bill. " He's dealt with ?ndians, probably didn't make a mistake. I saw an Indian up by the hill mesa, that would have been after the kid was slugged. My hunch is it was this guy White Feather-and the mesa is not so far from where we picked up Rocky. I don't know about the other guy I saw, he might be anyone."
So much for the timing, which didn't get them anywhere definite but only proved that there were plenty of possibilities.
There certainly were. Jeb was known to have gone to gaol for rustling ; now in the Black Creek area where he was employed there was more rustlingand other crimes being committed. There was Tuck Werner, not yet contacted by the rangers but apparently not a pleasant guy, who didn't like old man Bruce. There was Spike Borden, against whom nothing definite was known but who had made it plain he didn't take to Bruce ; who had later gone to Indian Range to enquire about Rocky. There were the two Indians, Pasco and his grandfather, neither of whom had yet come the rangers' way but who must come under grave suspicion of implication.
Jake grunted, still chewing tobacco.
" What about Canter? " he asked. " He's O.K. ? Deakin thinks a mighty lot of him, don't he ?"
Bill stared at Jake. The moon was beginning to go down and it wasn't easy to see the expression on Jake's gnarled face. But Bill didn't really need to, for he knew Jake very well. He guessed now what was in his mind. Rod Canter hadn't exactly been successful in this case, which had been going on for a year. It was a long time.

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