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CHAPTER 12 - SHOW-DOWN

had nothin' to do with the trouble, I know that. I've known it since this mornin', but I had to bluff the Doc. You come along with us, you'll be O.K."
Bud didn't understand any of this, but somehow he believed Bill. There was something else. He turned to Rocky, held out his hand.
" Guess I got to thank you," said Bud gruffly. " If you hadn't grabbed his gun I reckon he'd have got me. Care to shake ? "
Rocky stuck out his paw.
" Sure-I got to thank you, too. You stopped the Doc gettin' away. Say, it kinda knocks you over the Doc bein' behind all this, don't it ?"
" It sure does-reckon I could do with hearin' the low-down."
He did hear it, the next day, when Bill was ready to talk. So did several others, including Rod Canter, who wasn't crooked, as Bill had known almost since the Doc had pulled his bluff that he was. But Bill hadn't let on, doing some bluffing himself, for a change.
At Indian Range, in a big outbuilding, with old man Bruce up again, because by now he'd had some news intimately connected with the arrest of Doc Grant that made a new man of Bruce, Bill talked. Besides his buddies, Bruce, Rocky, Callahan and Rod Canter, there were also present Tuck Werner, Bud, Jeb Schultz, Spike Borden-and Pasco, the Apache, withdrawn from the others, as silent and impassive as ever. They were a mixed company and automatically split into groups, Tuck Werner's bunch to one side, the others sitting apart. Not Rocky and Bud, though. They were before their elders in forgetting the past and getting to be pals.
Bill took charge. He explained the whole set-up,

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