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CHAPTER 3 - STRANGERS AT BLACK CREEK

leaving Bill to clear up one or two details. He would follow along and join up again at Phoenix ready for the next assignment handed out by Deakin.
Now Jake, about as different from Ned as it was possible to be, didn't answer-but he didn't start singing again. The rangers had been riding through the great mountains en route for Phoenix, which still lay two hundred miles distant. Jake had enlivened the journey by singing, but maybe he'd done enough of that !
Having found his tobacco, he began to roll a cigarette with gnarled but expert hands. Then he spoke.
" Reckon Bill ain't so far behind," he stated. " Maybe we'd best wait at Black Creek for him. He's comin' this route, he said."
It was true that Bill probably wasn't far behind, for though Jake and Ned had started before him, they had run into trouble on the way, being greatly delayed. By chance they had come across the trail of a wanted man and had paused to deal with him. They had got him and now he was in charge of a sheriff forty miles back. It was all part of their duties, but the result had been to delay them so much that Bill Rankin might well be on their tails by now.
" Don't reckon we'd better wait," replied Ned. " I guess he ain't far behind, but maybe he'll miss out Black Creek. You can't tell with Bill."
Jake put the completed cigarette in his mouthbut he didn't light it. They had reached a bend in the trail, Jake a few paces ahead of Ned. Jake had pulled in his pony under the shadow of a great rockand then he saw a man come on to the trail ahead from a narrow track which debouched from the

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