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CHAPTER 8 - NEW MOVES

that Doc Grant had watched and yet had later denied that he had seen the mystery man. They also recounted what they had seen in the hills.
Bill was mighty interested. He had spent an uneventful night in the cave, which he had found without difficulty, Callahan's directions being firstclass. The place made a perfect hide-out, a deep, dry cave set in the face of a cliff which reared two hundred feet. It rendered any attack from the rear impossible ; only the area in front of the cave had to be guarded. The ground here sloped down from the cave, in front of which were massive rocks and boulders. Bill was well satisfied with the location.
He was also satisfied that the recruiting of the man Callahan had been a good move. Already some result had been achieved-the indication that Doc Grant might repay investigation. Bill hoped for more. Callahan must be his eyes in Black Creek, for a little at all events.
He was not to be disappointed, for during the morning and early afternoon Callahan got moving. The Doc was in school and nothing could be done about him yet ; but there were other lines Bill Rankin wanted following. Callahan made a start without even leaving the hotel, for one of the Block Diamond hands came in not long after Jake and Ned had gone. Callahan got cracking with him. Bill wanted to know when Spike had returned to the ranch on the previous night. This cow-hand, Flash Ray, was a tough character, but Callahan went to work on him skilfully.
" Reckon that was mighty decent of your boss to go up to Indian Range last night enquirin' after the kid," he said pleasantly. " Sure, mighty decent."
Flash grunted, sticking out his thick underlip.

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