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CHAPTER 11 - LEADS

bluff. The trip into the hills had paid off handsomely, there was no doubt about that. " Talk, brother," he said, " talk Three hours later Bill and his buddies were back at Indian Range. Their prisoners had been brought in and were now safely locked up in one of the outhouses saved from the fire. Bud hadn't shown up ; maybe he had seen what was happening and had cleared. It wasn't all that important, for Bud could only be of minor importance, though Bill didn't fancy the boy wandering about by himself in the hills. There was nothing to be done about it, however, except hope that he would be found before any harm came to him.
The case, Bill knew, was now moving towards its end. He had started the day knowing who was behind the trouble but having no proof and no notion of the underlying motive-except that he had felt sure the possession of Indian Range was desired. Now he knew much more. Jake's hunch, by now explained, was dead right, Bill was sure of that. It explained the motive. The Black Land, lying on Indian Range territory, the legal possession of anyone owning the ranch-this Black Land provided the motive.
Still the proof which would convict the man Bill wanted eluded him, for he had after all not acquired it from Tuck & Co. But the ranger had a hunch now how he could secure the proof. Bill Rankin had it all worked out-he hoped.
Old man Bruce was a sick man. The shock of the fire had been too much for him. He was in bed in another outbuilding being used as a temporary lodging. Rocky was up and about, knew that the prisoners had been brought in but nothing of the

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