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CHAPTER 11 - LEADS

BILL RANKIN pulled in his pony under the outcrop where on the first evening he had watched the Indian whom he now knew was White Eagle-from the identification during the recent incident by Pasco's holding. With Bill were Ned and Jake riding on this morning following the fire to keep a rendezvous here in the hills.
" He ain't here yet," grunted Jake. " Maybe he was foxin' or somebody else was."
Bill did not reply. He sat his beast, his keen eyes surveying hills and outcrops. An hour before a message had been received at the smouldering ruins which were all that was left of the Indian Range ranch-house. The message had come by an Indian, to the effect that Pasco the Apache urgently wished to talk with Bill, that he would meet him here by this outcrop. The Indian who had brought the message had either known no more or had no intention of speaking. He had been questioned but had merely repeated the message.

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