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"So what do you want done?' h; asked when Starrett finished "Well, Crane * caught here in Ifae town. He's the one you hit that first day," Starrett glanced it Tex. "It he «raa out at the way, I wouldn't have any problem. You gents are here, and you'll ride out before long." "Pinned with a murder brand," Bruhn said. Starrett spread his hands. 'Is that new? How about Tom- iny Rikes? How many of you already have a killing tagged '•gainst you somewhere?" Pace smiled thinly. "I check •nd pass." "Well, this thing don't have K be murder. There's such a thing as starting • fight. You'd know how to do that." "You could start your own fight," Pace said. . "Not me ... not and take over thai range." Again Starrett ipread his hands. "Let's not act like woolly lambs. A quarrel's easy to pick, any time and any place. Any one of you could do It. I don't care how It's done or who docs it. I just pay $500." Tex leaned back. "You don't rate Ihis Crane very high, do you?" "It's the best I con do," Starrett said. Tex looked at Bruhn, uncertain now and obviously dls- abpointcd at the price Starrett had set. Five hundred wasn't much but. on UM other Und, UM job wbcnt much, ettber. Etarrow, Juarez, Pace, D e n T e r, Egan Vausc or himself could do the Job In • matter at five minutes. But there were other things to consider. He bed DO compunction about killing a man, and taking rare of Crane would be about as easy as shooting the head off a daisy But this would be Just one more killing added to the score against them in the town The village seemed subdued, but Bruhn knew what men goaded beyond reason might do. This proposed murder might be just the thing that would change the whole picture. HE had thought for a moment that Harrow might use this offer as a means of forcing the issue he had evaded once before. But $500 had disappointed Tex. If it wasn't for the rift in his own gang, he probably would have taken the offer. He cleared his throat and Starrett eagerly watched him. "I don't know. Like I sflid before, I'll have to think it over. "We'll be here a spell," Bruhn said heavily. "But when the roads become passable . . " Bruhn ait him short. "Crane won't ride until we tell him he in." Pace pushed back his chau and arose. He moved with easy grace to the door and outside. Starrett sat for a few moments, chewing the bitter cud of his disappointment, then, with an angry ierk, he arose and strode outside. He started down the steps, giv- ng Pace only a passing glance. The outlaw's calm voice checked him. "Come here, Starrett. Maybe t's not all said yet." Starrett checked, one foot on the bottom step. "What do you mean?" "You've |oi UM c«sh2" "Not with me It's at the Star ranch House 1 could ride with you to Star. You'd have M then." Pace looked down the street, digesting this "Cash talks loud, Starrett Bests a bellyful o< words four ways from the jack. Too bad." He smiled crookedly and calmly and walked down the steps, leaving Starrett to watch after him. frowning, puzzled, and yet with a new hope. Pace crossed the street to the lumber yard office He straightened his hat. raking the brim slightly, hitched at his sunbelt and pushed open the door Phil and Paula were at the desk, Paula seated. Phil standing beside her studying some invoices. "Morning," Pace gave a glance and smiled at Paula She looked hastily down at the ledger Phil slowly came to the counter. 'Anything I can do for you?* 'No just dropped In to pass the time of day. Nothing like getting acquainted with your neighbors." "It's stopped snowing," Phil said carefully. "It will be a nice day and we're hardly neighbor*. Besides, we're busy." Pace slowly turned his head and look at him. "That winds it up between yoo and me, but there's still another neighbor in the room. What do you think of the day, ma'am? , I'd say it's not quite so bright or pretty as you are." • • • SHE spoke quickly. "Thank you, sir. But we are very busy—" Phil stepped between him and the j>irl. "Mister, let's get things straight. You and your kind ride in and make us helpless. There't nothing we can do about that But we want nothing to do with you. That goes for me and my daughter." "Dad!" Paula jumped up. Pace slowly straightened and his nostrils pinched. A hot, fierce light came In his pale eyes and he stool poised on the ragged edge of- violence. Pace's slender fingers curled slowly into a fist and then slowly straightened again. Too bad you're so busy, ma'am. 1 reckon there'll be another time before long." (Te Be Continued) Paint Closeout MM; Typei »4 C*l«n i Price Hubbard Hardware "Just teach me how to ice skate—I already know how to swim!" HE'S IN. A DREAM ROLE — Envy-of many , a youngster It Mickey Braddock, who is starring In a new TV series called "Circus Boy." 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