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was to be led to suppose that they were leaving for Phoenix the next morning.
Bill put out his hand to Callahan.
" Shake," he said. " I guess I've got to thank you for playin' in with us."
Callahan, now mounted, looked down at Bill.
" It's a pleasure. Old man Bruce is a good guy when you get to know him. He's havin' a raw deal. What I don't get is why."
Neither did Bill. He waited until the three had gone and then mounted. He rode cautiously back into the hills, aiming for the mesa where he had watched the Indian and glimpsed the other guy, the unknown quantity. Bill would spend the night alone at the cave Callahan had described to him.
Ned and Jake reached Black Creek alone, for Callahan left them outside the settlement and went on, openly. The rangers followed more stealthily.
The hotel was still open even though it was now past midnight. Black Creek kept late hours. Light streamed from the windows throwing a garish light right across Main Street. There were still ponies tethered to the rail outside the building and loafers on the side-walks.
Ned and Jake walked their animals across the waste land behind the hotel, where it was dark. They were not seen, they judged. A bit later they were upstairs in the bigger of the two rooms Callahan had provided, a room which faced the front of the building. They had entered through a side door which Callahan had unlocked for them when he entered the place earlier.
Jake, looking out of the window, drew back quickly. Ned went to him and peered out. He soon realised what had interested Jake. A little way along

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