Loudon turned his horse and rode to Latcheru. - Well, we moved, Clem? Latcher looked at him blankly. - You, probably, you want to get home - Loudon said - but the first stop on the "Long Nine" and dinner. Latcher shrugged. - Yes I did and going. Loudon sighed. He thought that he would be happy end of the journey, that after a few minutes get to the ranch, rise to the veranda and nod Frum. No trouble, he says. Any trouble? But then why is not he wishes to take the final step to complete their mission? He was not particularly attuned to dwell on this encounter with Jack Ives. This Loudon shot Jesse Ives and Chip McVeigh was innocent passers-by who found themselves on the road from the bullets. What feature of the entire district should because of that get involved in the war?