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The counterfeiting of money was made easier when paper money was introduced. Wells Fargo uses its own paper Bills of Exchange to move large sums of money. They are printed with a proprietary green ink that only Wells Fargo has. Someone has created a near perfect plate but they still don't have access to the right ink. They caught George Kendall in San Francisco with several of the bills. While he is in jail awaiting trial, Hardie tries to get him to talk but with no success. Hardie realizes the one place none of the fake bills has been passed is El Paso, Texas so he decides to head there where he has some luck using Kendall's name with Kendall's wife Joyce. However, unknown to Hardie George Kendall has escaped jail.
Wells Fargo is threaten with bankruptcy if they don't find the source of counterfeit Bills of Exchange used to move money. The one man they have caught with them refuses to talk to Hardie forcing him to find the source of them by himself.
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