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CHAPTER 11 - LEADS

Jake was inclined to suspect a trap of some sort ; or else that to keep the rendezvous would merely be waste of time. The rangers knew a whole lot more now about this affair-not everything but more than before ; Jake reckoned that they ought to be using their time to better advantage than riding into the hills to meet a guy whom Bill might believe was on the level but whom Jake wasn't by any means sure about.
Bill, however, didn't agree. Certainly they knew more now, could begin to work things out, but there was a long way to go yet. The ranger believed now that he knew who was behind the war against Indian Range, but still he did not know the motive. He suspected that the object was to squeeze old man Bruce out of the place, but that very suspicion made it important to discover what lay behind the apparent desire to gain legal possession of the ranch. Somebody, the guy behind it all, had gone to a lot of trouble, had run almighty risks. Something big must be urging him on.
That was one point not yet clear but which the ranger wanted to discover. Another factor was to obtain proof of guilt. One man's word would not be sufficient. Deakin insisted on full legal proof ; his courts were properly and justly organised. At the moment Bill might be sure of the identity of the man behind the trouble, but he had no proof sufficient for one of Deakin's courts.
Unlike Jake he had a hunch that Pasco was on the level, that Reservation Indians had been used for the abduction of Rocky. The boy was certain that Indians had been used, or at least that he had been imprisoned somewhere on Indian land. That was probably correct, but neither Pasco nor White Eagle'

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