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CHAPTER 6 - RENDEZVOUS

himself could not pursue for he was unmounted, his own animal stampeded down the trail.
Between the rocks he caught a single, brief glimpse of man and horse ; he fired but knew that it was hopeless. The man was away and couldn't be caught.
Bill wasn't pleased with himself, though in fact the failure was not his fault. The guy had moved at the wrong moment. Bill still wasn't pleased, though. Now he knew no more than he knew before-merely that somebody had laid for him.
He didn't waste any more time but returned to the trail. His pony was well trained, and though frightened by the unexpected shots, stampeding, the ranger knew that he would find it somewhere near at hand. He wasn't worrying about that. As he moved down the trail, keeping his eyes skinned in case of trouble, he was considering the points which the attack raised.
It seemed to him that the likelihood was that the attack had not been launched on the spur of the moment but had been planned in advance. The choice of site indicated this probability. It therefore followed that whoever had laid the ambush had known that he was going to use this route.
It was a point, perhaps an important one, for only a limited number of people could have knownthose who had been at Indian Range when Bill had stated that he was pushing on to Phoenix. It would be assumed that he would follow this trail, for the way to Phoenix led through Black Creek.
Who had been at Indian Range ? Bruce himself, Doc Grant, the sheriff and Spike Borden. But Spike had gone before Bill gave his decision.
The ranger's mind moved swiftly, reviewing possibilities. He had not hurried after leaving the

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