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was supposed to be Werner's enemy. That was a blind, must be. Bill would have given even more to know what lay behind the affair than who was organising it. The problem was still nowhere near being solved.
He passed on to something else that he'd had in his mind ever since Callahan had talked about wanting to play a lone hand. What he had said didn't ring entirely true. Bill had a hunch why and now played that hunch.
" What you got against the sheriff ?" he asked abruptly, not leading up to the question and therefore giving Callahan no chance to think.
The question obviously took him aback. He stalled.
" What you mean? "
Jake shifted his position. It was he who spoke next. He hadn't missed the possibility that Callahan had kept quiet about seeing Tuck coming down from Indian Range territory for some other reason than he had given. It was Jake who had queried Rod Canter the sheriff earlier.
" You didn't report to the sheriff 'bout seein' Tuck," said Jake. " Kinda funny that, for a lawabidin' citizen like you, mister."
Callahan was silent for a moment before he spoke.
" You guys don't miss much, I reckon. I told you I like playin' my own hand-but that don't link up with me comin' clean to you, I guess. O.K. here it is-I've wondered about Canter. He's been a year tryin' to get a lead on the Indian Range trouble, but he's got nowhere. That seems queer to me-I kept what I'd got to myself. No need to talk any plainer, is there ? "
There wasn't-his meaning was clear enough. He didn't trust Rod Canter. Jake was mighty interested.

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