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CHAPTER 11 - LEADS

hidden the wire. Spike Borden wanted an end to the trouble, too. He reckoned it was bad for business, getting his cow-hands all worried, taking their minds off their work. He had gone to Indian Range because he was genuinely anxious to know what had happened to Rocky.
" That's the tale they pulled," drawled Bill, " but I don't fall for it, no, sir. They said Jeb got scared because we knew his record, guessed he'd be framed for the rustlin' on account of it. Tuck knew his record but took him on just the same, so he was scared he'd be found guilty, too. They cut and ran. They sent Bud to contact Spike and Charlie."
Spike was their pal, also aware of Jeb's record. Charlie was just an old buddy of Tuck's. It was hoped the two would lend a hand, the idea being to try and prove innocence just how wasn't mentioned.
On being questioned they'd come out with explanations of the suspicious moves reported by Callahan. Tuck said he met up with Spike sometimes to discuss cattle deals. He'd paid money to Rod but only in repayment of a legitimate debt. On the night the water was poisoned he was out, but on ranch business. He had joined up with Pasco because he needed to buy some horses. The two had put aside personal antagonisms for the sake of business.
This was one item that was correct, because Pasco vouched for it, and Bill was sure he was on the level. The Apache also said that Tuck could not have attacked or helped to attack Rocky by the holding, because the man had been at the shack when the ambush must have taken place. But as Bill pointed out this didn't mean that he hadn't ordered the attack and ridden to the hills later, when according to his story he had ridden Pinto for a casual ride and

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