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up, then, an' let folks think you've cleared ?"
" Sure, that's the best way, I reckon. You can be mighty useful. I guess you can work it so that Ned and Jake get back into the hotel without questions bein' asked? They've got to get back there for tonight or folk will wonder. We don't want that. You can work it ? "
" Shouldn't be difficult-what then ? "
Bill outlined his plans. He'd lie up by the foothill mesa where he'd seen the Indian and the other, unidentified, man. Jake and Ned would leave the hotel the next morning faking to take the Phoenix trail. They'd make their way to the mesa instead, however. Callahan could no doubt assist in that operation, too.
" Sure-there's a ready-made hide-away for you. There's a cave up there, I'll put you on to how to reach it. You can lie up for as long as you like an' I don't reckon anyone'll get on to you."
Things were working out all right. There were still certain points Bill wanted to raise with Callahan, but they could come later. For the moment he wanted to get the general framework of his plans clear.
Callahan described the whereabouts of the cave. It was settled that Jake and Ned should return to the hotel with him and the next morning make for the cave to rendezvous with Bill, making sure that nobody trailed them or had any idea they weren't making for Phoenix. Callahan was to keep quiet, not let out to a soul that the rangers were still on the job.
Then Bill touched on the other points. There was the man he had seen up by the mesa. Had Callahan any idea who he was ? Bill described him carefully, short, thick-set, about sixty or more, he judged, shabbily dressed, unshaven chin. Bill did his best,

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