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about what I'd got against Tuck but I didn't reckon on seein' you before tomorrow."
Ned, without being told, had put up his gun. Bill noticed this and took it as proof that Ned Duvene, whose judgment he trusted, agreed with him-that this Callahan was on the level.
He had provided evidence, circumstantial certainly but to be taken into account, that Spike Borden had laid the ambush. It looked, therefore, as though it had not been known that Bill was to use that trail, but that the attack had been launched after all on the spur of the moment when Spike had glimpsed the ranger. Spike had left Indian Range before Bill had said that he was clearing out for Phoenix, and wouldn't assume, therefore, that he had nothing to fear from Bill's intervention in the affair. The ranger's original hunch that the attacker had known he was riding alone, had known in advance, had been all wrong.
Bill was thinking quickly. One great disadvantage his scheme to lie up had possessed-it would be impossible to keep tabs on the suspects. Bill had realised this but had decided that on balance there was more advantage in allowing Black Creek to believe that he had gone, in keeping it quiet that Jake and Ned were rangers, than disadvantage. But now it looked as though he could have it both ways. This Callahan was a shrewd man and he was old man Bruce's friend. Already he knew a great deal, had got on to Ned and Jake-it was an idea to bring him in on the affair, recruit him.
So far Bill was working very much in the dark. He had met Spike Borden but only for a matter of minutes ; he had not even set eyes on Jeb Schultz or Tuck Werner ; they were as far as he was concerned

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