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CHAPTER 8 - NEW MOVES

Ned Duvene fitted his guns carefully into their holsters. It seemed that this Indian Range affair, already intricate and mysterious, was getting more so. Like Bill before him, Ned reckoned that Callahan was a shrewd man. Ned was willing to take his word that this Doc Grant had definitely seen the unknown man and wasn't likely to have forgotten him, especially as he was a stranger. Now the Doc had denied ever seeing the guy. Interesting, that.
" I guess that's somethin' else for you to keep tabs on," he said.
Callahan shrugged his shoulders. He had plenty on his plate and had to tackle the whole lot on his own, at least for the time being.
" Sure, that's the way it is," grunted Jake. " We can't do nothin' yet ; Bill don't want anyone to know we're still around the place. I guess we'd better get goin'. We'll see you up in the hills at five, mister."
They talked for a little longer, Ned wanting to know something about this Doc Grant, whom Bill had met but who was only a shadow as far as the other two were concerned. Callahan gave him all he could, but it didn't help except as an indication that Grant was probably tough enough in spite of his own estimation of himself as reported by Bill.
There might be an innocent explanation for his denial that he had ever seen the man who had talked to Tuck Werner-maybe Callahan had made a mistake in thinking he saw the guy at all-but this was by no means certain. Doc Grant would have to be added to the list of those about whom more information was required.
Presently the two rangers left Black Creek, riding openly from the settlement, making in the direction of Phoenix. Callahan who was to occupy himself

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