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but Callahan shook his head. From the description he couldn't identify the man, though that didn't mean he wasn't from Black Creek. No description, however good, can convey the exact appearance of a guy.
As for the Indian Bill had watched, from the description he provided of him Callahan said that it could well be White Eagle, Pasco's grandfather, but there were many Indians in the district, and it couldn't be taken for granted that the Apache by the mesa had been White Eagle.
" Sure-there's somethin' else. We don't know why trouble is bein' made for Indian Range, but we do know there are a lot of guys in on it. That means whoever is runnin' the show has got guys he can use. I take it that the Block Diamond and Tuck Werner's joint, the Bar-20, employ plenty of cow-hands ?"
Callahan shrugged his shoulders. Both the ranches employed plenty of labour. Both were pretty tough outfits, using cow-hands who maybe weren't particular about methods.
" I guess the boss usually picks up the sort of labour that suits him," added Callahan. " Tuck is tough and don't care how he makes his dough-he's got some guys up at the Bar-20 who feel the same way."
" And the Block Diamond ?" asked Ned Duvene, speaking for almost the first time since Callahan had come on the scene.
" There ain't much to choose. He's tough, too, an' his boys are the same way."
Bill hadn't expected any other answer. It looked as though the Bar-2o and the Block Diamond had joined up for the purpose of laying for Indian Range ; and that the Indian Pasco was in on it, although he

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