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implicated in the Indian Range trouble, and that Spike Borden of the Block Diamond was in with them.
" I'll skip most of the reasons I dug out," he added, " reasons why I got on to them-they ain't important. Until a few days ago I hadn't got anythin' hard, just suspicions. I saw Tuck and Spike together plenty o' times when they didn't know anyone was around, up here twice and near the Bar-20 twice, talkin' furtive. And Jeb knew a bit too much about the rustlin' and about the cash Indian Range lost. He knew how much was missin' before anyone else did. But I got nothin' hard until three days ago. That was the night the water was poisoned. I'd been up to Indian Range ; came home late. My beast cast a shoe and I had to walk, which put me back a lot. I saw Tuck Werner after midnight. He didn't see me. He came down to the trail from Indian Range territory-from the grazing grounds where the cattle got poisoned."
Jake looked as though he would interrupt, but Bill gestured to him to keep quiet. Bill was impressed with this guy Callahan. The story wasn't ended yet, he knew.
" You didn't say anythin' about this ?" he asked. " Not even to the sheriff ? "
" No-no, I didn't. I-well, I guess I'm a guy who likes playin' a lone hand. I reckoned I was on to somethin' hard against Tuck, after I heard that water had been poisoned that night. I aimed to get proof myself."
Bill had certain doubts about this but for the moment didn't say so. He waited for Callahan to continue.
The man did so, coming to the reason why he was

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