"Lone Ranger" comments on business competition in "Gol Freight"
The Lone Ranger deals with basic business principles in Gold Freight and obliquely tells a story about patents.
There is a first gold freight company that is accused of charging rates that are too high. Perhaps analogous to a patentee. The Lone Ranger determines that, in view of the expenses, the rates are not too high. A competing freight line is organized, but with a plan to steal the shipped gold and blame the first freight line owner.
Also the line: No injun is going to tell me what is right to do.