Jingles relaxes in town, telling tall tales of his adventures, when Bill enters with a letter that will change their lives. Jingles is to recieve an inheritance, and looks forward to a life of peace and quiet. But it looks as though somebody would rather see him dead.
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Bill rides with Jingles to claim his Lazy J Ranch. Jingles needs to prove his lay to the claim by midnight of the 30th. There has been a theft at the lawyer office, and the papers needed to prove ownership are missing. What happens if Jingles can’t claim the place? When Bill learns that one, he may have a direction to go to get to the bottom of this mystery. The folks who run the ranch seem nice enough, so who is trying to kill Jingles to make sure he doesn’t inherit it?
Bill and Jingles have been having a look around undercover, and I think Bill has a plan to end this thing tactfully. A killer is exposed, and Jingles does the right thing concerning matters of his inheritance.