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CHAPTER 12 - SHOW-DOWN

Jeb drew in his breath with obvious relief.
" I'm mighty glad to hear that," he grunted.
" Right-everythin' you gave me was the truth. I knew that, and I knew why the Doc wanted Indian Range and aimed to force Bruce to sell. But I'd got no proof."
Everything did indeed work in with the belief that the Doc was the wanted man. He must have hidden the wire ready for his Indians to rustle cattle but when it was found bluffed, suggesting a trap so that he could fire the ranch with most of the Bruce outfit up at the mesa. It had been lucky for him that Tuck and the others had shown up, helping to divert attention. He'd gone one better, then putting the guilt on Rod, to make himself safe.
Bill needed proof, though, so he had planned and operated a trap. He knew that Quietta had told Tuck that he was in on the racket, and knew the identity of the boss. The odds were that the Doc was aware that Quietta was in the know. Maybe the Indian was the only one who did know, for the Doc could keep his identity a secret from the others. The bandits Ned and Jake had sighted in the hills it was now known were all Indian with the exception of the masked man who had aimed to kill Rocky and later had laid for Ned. He-the Doc-was white-but he was the only one.
" I reckoned if the Doc knew that Quietta was alive and meant to talk, he'd have to get him," continued Bill. " He thought he'd be safe then, with us all tied up thinkin' Tuck and Rod and the others were guilty. Then, if he finished Quietta, which he'd reckoned to do yesterday mornin' but was interrupted by Tuck and the rest, he could sit back, wait for Bruce to sell and then buy, either as a friend helpin' him

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