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CHAPTER 8 - NEW MOVES

the guy who laid for you. Spike has hurt his left arm, you can take that as certain. He tried not to let on, but it didn't do him any good when I knocked into him. I should say he's got a wound."
Jake spat carefully into the dust. Certain points were getting themselves cleared up all right. Spike Borden must have ridden straight to the Bar-20 after leaving Rod Canter in the hills ; the timing fitted. Spike had hurt his arm. It was convenient for him that he could cover any wound with his jacket sleeve. But Callahan had been too smart for him. Callahan was shrewd enough.
" Anythin' else ? " asked Bill.
" Sure, I found out this afternoon, after I left the Bar-20, that Doc Grant and the sheriff both left Indian Range pretty soon after you did last night. That don't mean anythin' maybe, now it looks certain Spike laid for you, but I thought I'd get it straight if I could. I saw old man Bruce and got it from him. The Doc went within a few minutes of you, and Rod followed a bit after that. Rocky is all right, by the way, he's pretty near better, bein' young."
He came to an end and there was silence for a bit. He had done well-now Bill knew quite a lot more than he had known before Callahan blew in. Spike Borden had not ridden straight back to the Block Diamond from Indian Range ; and he had hurt his left arm. Added to the evidence of the sheath knife it was pretty conclusive that he had laid for Bill.
Callahan reckoned that the information he had acquired regarding the Doc and Rod Canter leaving Indian Range shortly after Bill had gone didn't therefore mean anything, but Bill realised that this wasn't necessarily so. He still had it in his mind that the ambush had been premeditated, the site carefully

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