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still shadowy figures. The same applied to the young Indian Pasco and to any others who might be concerned in this affair. Whoever was behind it was making use of assistants, for cattle could not be rustled single-handed ; and certainly Rocky had not been abducted by one man. There were plenty in on this business, but Bill felt as though he had pitted himself against shadows-or even ghosts.
Callahan could help greatly, knowing the folk at Black Creek and thus being able to give the rangers the low-down. Furthermore he could continue his investigations, but now under Bill's direction ; he could become Bill's eyes in Black Creek itself.
Bill reached a decision swiftly. Callahan's intervention might well become of great significance.
" O.K. now it's my turn," he said. " I'll do some talkin' . . . granted that you're willin' to lend a hand, Callahan, to do what I tell you and keep your mouth shut. What do you say ?"
" Sure, I'd like to get the rats layin' for Bruce. Got any idea what the game is, ranger ?"
" No, not yet, but maybe we'll get on to that. Reckon we've got to-I'll give you the low-down so far, from our side of the fence."
He started to talk, swiftly explained exactly what had happened and this time didn't leave anything out. Earlier, when he had come across Callahan, with Bruce and the man Snake looking for Rocky, he had said nothing about what he had seen up by the foothill mesa, but now he came clean. He explained, too, what hand Ned and Jake had taken ; and about the attack on him on the Indian Range trail.
Callahan listened without interruption. When Bill had finished he stuck his hands in his gun-belt.
" I'm in with you," he said. " You're aimin' to lie

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