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CHAPTER 8 - NEW MOVES

had been asked about their presence, folk apparently accepting the tale that they had been buying cattle down south. Rod Canter hadn't showed up, but Callahan knew he had returned to the Creek sometime after midnight on the previous night. He hadn't come to the hotel, however, and might well not even know that Ned and Jake were staying there.
Callahan had made it his business to mention to one or two guys that his visitors were hitting the trail for Phoenix that morning. Now they were ready to go, but first Callahan had something to tell them.
" I been talkin' to Doc Grant," he said. " I guess you ain't seen him yet, but I did, last night, after you got a sight of Tuck and the other guy. The Doc was watchin' 'em. Leastways, that's what it seemed like to me. I didn't say anythin' to you then, I thought maybe I was wrong an' the Doc was just hangin' around by accident. But it looks different now."
Briefly he explained that when Tuck and the other man had been pointed out to him from the hotel window, he had glimpsed Doc Grant, by then returned from Indian Range, on the other side of the street, his eyes on the two men. At the time Callahan hadn't wanted to add to the confusion of the case by mentioning the fact, because as he had said he might have been wrong and the Doc there only by accident without any real interest in Tuck or the unknown guy.
" But this mornin' I've been talkin' to the Doc," he added. " You got to take it as hard that he saw the stranger. He was lookin' straight at him an' Tuck. They were in the light, maybe he wasn't watchin' 'em, but he saw the guy all right. But just now he told me he'd never set eyes on him. That was a lie, I guess. I know the Doc, he don't miss anythin' an' he's got a good memory."

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