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CHAPTER 8 - NEW MOVES

" Sure, an old buddy o' mine, rode in yesterday. How about the pony? What you think of him? "
Callahan appeared to give his attention to the animal, which he had no intention of buying. His thoughts, however, were with the man Charlie. Tuck had got rid of him pretty fast. Callahan wondered why.
He didn't have much difficulty in stalling over buying Pinto. Tuck was asking a price 'way above what the pony was worth. Callahan said he'd have to think it over.
He made to leave, thinking he'd got as much as he could-more than he had anticipated. He knew now that Charlie was staying at the Bar-20.
As he mounted, however, another visitor came into sight. It was Spike Borden, who judging from the condition of his beast had ridden some way. Callahan waited for him to come up. He hung around for some time after Spike arrived.
By the time he left he reckoned that Bill would be interested in the information he had acquired. That was certain ; and in fact Callahan hadn't finished yet. He found out a bit more before dead on time he reached the rendezvous in the hills where the three rangers awaited him.
Their day had so far been uneventful, but they quickly learned that Callahan's hadn't. He gave them all he had got.
They listened in silence while lie recounted his experiences at the Bar-20. He came to the point where Spike Borden had arrived. Then he produced a piece of information that was of great significance.
" Spike's arm ain't so good," he said. " I knocked into him, made it look like an accident, only it wasn't. I remembered what you said, Rankin, about winging

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