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CHAPTER 12 - SHOW-DOWN

Reservation Indians, but now he knew only the Indians had been used. The Doc had given them away and those he had employed were now in gaolexcept Quietta, who was dead.
" I knew the Doc was the guy we wanted," continued the ranger, " but I'd got no proof-my word for the slip he made wasn't enough. I needed proofand I still hadn't got the motive behind the business. Pasco gave me that next day and I was gettin' on. I'd bluffed the Doc I believed Rod was our guy."
Rocky burst in. He wanted to know what the motive was. Nobody had told him yet.
" The Black Land, lyin' on your ground," replied Bill. " But I'll give you that in a minute. Let me finish about the Doc first. He'd found the Black Land."
Old man Bruce smiled at his son.
" Take it easy, Rocky-we're not leavin' Indian Range, I can promise you that, son."
Rocky sat down again, watching Bill eagerly, drinking in every word.
" The Doc fired the ranch o' course," said the ranger. " He didn't follow anyone from the hills, but he saw Rod hangin' around and slugged him. Then he fired the ranch and foxed he'd been laid out-it was easy enough. He was wounded in the left arm, too, because he laid for me on the trail, but he kept that hidden. It was only a small wound. I always reckoned the ambush site was selected by somebody who knew I was goin' to use that trail. The Doc knew, left just after me, caught me up and passed me-he didn't believe my yarn I was pullin' out."
Then had come the affair in the hills. Tuck and his friends had given Bill the exact tale he'd later

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