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CHAPTER 11 - LEADS

returning had, in fact, played poker with Jeb, just as he told Callahan.
Spike also made a statement, one point of which the sheriff himself had corroborated earlier. Rod said that when Jake and Ned had seen him with Spike he had been scouting and had met Spike by chance. Apparently Spike and Rod had seen Ned and Jake, though the rangers hadn't known it. He had told Bill about meeting Spike without being asked, getting uneasy, maybe. He also said that he had scouted after leaving Indian Range following Rocky's rescue, hadn't returned to the Creek until late-a fact already reported by Callahan. But Bill wasn't interested at the moment in Rod's statement.
Spike talked about meeting Rod by chance, and then said that he had dropped his knife days before the ambush ; he didn't know where until Bill produced it when questioning him. He had reached home late because his beast cast a shoe ; had turned off the trail when seen by Callahan to take a shortcut. He wasn't wounded and proved it-another definitely true statement. Callahan must have made a mistake over that, but though Spike therefore hadn't been winged it could still be he was one of the gang. Bill said he was sure he was.
Jeb said he knew a lot about the rustling and the missing cash because an Indian Range cow-hand had told him-he couldn't remember which one ! He had been near the Pasco holding when Rocky was attacked, by chance. Bill was definite he didn't believe much of all this, except the true facts the crooks were smart enough to use.
In the hills they were supposed to have heard shots, not seen who fired them but had found Quietta wounded.

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