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CHAPTER 11 - LEADS

" What about Quietta ?" asked Callahan. " Where is he ? "
" Don't know-he got away while we were dealin' with the others. He wasn't so badly wounded as he made out, I guess. Too bad he got clear, because my hunch is he knows a whole lot. Tuck said some unknown guy laid for Quietta, but that's hooey. Tuck and his pals laid for him, reckoned to kill him, but they were unlucky because we came along. If we hadn't they'd have finished off the guy. You know why ? Because Quietta knows too much. That's my bet-I told you before I was sure Reservation Indians were used. Quietta was one of them, I'm dead certain about that now. If we'd got Quietta maybe he'd have talked, and then we'd have got the proof we want that Rod Canter is our man."
Callahan gave an exclamation.
" Rod Canter ? "
" Sure-I forgot, you don't know about that. I'll give you the dope, but keep your mouth close shut about it. That's mighty important."
He gave Callahan what the Doc had told him about Rod. Callahan's face grew grim as he listened.
" So he's crooked," he muttered. " I kinda wondered, but it's a shock to know it definite."
The Doc nodded. It had been a shock to him, too.
" But there's no doubt about it. I reckon he was the guy I followed. Maybe he made a detour through the hills to check up what was happenin' at the mesa. He must have told Tuck and Jeb to start in rustlin'. When he found we were all up there-he might have seen us-he reckoned it was a cinch to fire the ranch. Or maybe that was planned, anyway, and he didn't see us. It doesn't matter-he fired the ranch all right."

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