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CHAPTER 11 - LEADS

Rod Canter angle or the Black Land lead. Bill was keeping very quiet about that; he reckoned he had to.
He called Doc Grant and Callahan to a conference. He himself, Ned and Jake were present when the two men came in. Pasco had ridden back to his holding, pledged to silence about the events of the morning. Bill judged that he could trust him. Now the time had come to inform the Doc and Callahan of recent developments, though no mention would be made of the Black Land slant. There was no need for them to know about that. But they had to be told about the rest. Callahan had worked in with the rangers almost from the beginning and had been useful. Doc Grant knew about Rod Canter, was a star witness. Bill wanted them in on this. Both had just arrived at the ranch.
QHe had them in, explained what had happened during the morning, leaving out all reference to the fact that Pasco had taken them to the defile, making out that the Apache had contacted them only in order to reveal that Quietta had attacked White Eagle, motive unknown according to Bill. The rest he gave them, the hearing of the shots, the sighting of Bud Werner and the capture of Tuck, Jeb and Charlie while they were grouped round the wounded uietta.
" They talked," he said, reaching this point, " but they didn't give me anythin' I wanted. Some of what they said was O.K. I guess, but mostly it was about as true as a cracked dime."
The story had been that though they didn't like old man Bruce they liked rustling even less. There was no telling when the rustlers would start in on the Bar-2o or the Block Diamond. They had therefore aimed to grab the rustlers after Bud had found, not

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