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CHAPTER 8 - NEW MOVES

but he didn't seem to mind whether he got there on time or not. Probably the kids didn't, either.
Callahan lit a thin cigar and when it was drawing satisfactorily continued. With some care he provided a description of the man he and the two rangers had seen talking to Tuck Werner outside the hotel on the previous night. Tuck and the unknown had moved away almost immediately and since then the mesa guy, as almost certainly he was, had not been seen in Black Creek-not by Callahan at all events.
Doc Grant replaced his spectacles on his bony nose. Apparently he had listened to the description of the stranger, for now he shook his head, denying any knowledge of him.
" Guys come and go," he said. And then, " I guess Rocky won't be at school today-not a nice business this, Callahan."
The Doc talked just a little differently from the rest of the inhabitants of Black Creek. He had the Arizona accent all right but his grammar was somewhat better. It all came of being educated said the other citizens, but they didn't sneer. Doc Grant was popular, and even the toughest had some respect for him. Now and again he would talk of his experiences before he came to Black Creek. He had been many things, university student, shop-keeper 'way up in Klondike, prospector, fur trapper and plenty of other things before he settled down to try to teach the youth of Black Creek. He could tell a good story, could the Doc.
. Callahan didn't mention the mesa guy again. He agreed that the trouble which was hitting Indian Range was bad, gossiped a little and then got rid of the Doc. After that he went upstairs to find Ned and Jake, all ready by now to hit the trail. No questions

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