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but Callahan could. Spike might have laid the ambush along the Indian Range trail, tomorrow Bill wanted Callahan to find out if he could when Spike got back to the Block Diamond. Callahan had lost him after he had left Indian Range ; it wasn't certain that he had been responsible for the attack. He might have ridden straight back to the Block Diamond. Callahan couldn't be sure of that. It would be helpful if it could be discovered when he had returned to his own ranch.
" And I want you to do what you can about Tuck and Jeb," added the ranger. " I want to know whether Tuck was away from the Bar-2o this evenin' when Rocky was bein' held-and where did Jeb go after he left the hotel ? Get anythin' you can, but be careful. Jeb was gaoled for rustlin' once, and you can take it he's probably got his wits about him and won't take kindly to anyone investigatin' him. But maybe you don't fancy takin' him on ?" he added.
Callahan grunted. He'd take on Jeb Schultz, as he called himself these days.
" What else ? " he asked.
" Nothin' for the moment, get everythin' you can about Tuck, Jeb and Spike. Then come up to the mesa, say at five o'clock tomorrow. Don't let anyone see you comin'. You can give what you've got then-and I want everythin' else there is about these guys. There's no time now."
A little later Callahan, Ned and Jake mounted ready to ride back to Black Creek, where Callahan would smuggle the rangers into the hotel and stall if any questions were asked about where they'd been. Bill was hoping that Rod Canter either wouldn't set eyes on them or if he did wouldn't recognise them as rangers. But if things went wrong in that respect, he

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