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CHAPTER 3 - STRANGERS AT BLACK CREEK

foothills south and west. The man had red hair, revealed by his hat tilted back on his head.
Jake stopped fumbling for a light. He watchedand he remembered. Jake knew that hair, knew the man, for he had a memory as long as a thoroughbred's tail. He had been a ranger longer than either Ned or Bill.
Ned glanced sharply at Jake, but before he could speak the red-haired man saw them. He pulled in his beast, then swung it round and moved back towards the bend.
Jake whipped his cigarette out of his mouth, thriftily putting it away in his pocket for future use. But right now he wanted his hands free-maybe. He couldn't be sure of that yet, because the guy now approaching might not recognise him, but Jake was being on the safe side.
The man drew near. Ned could see that he had a narrow face and close-set eyes, which might, however, mean nothing. Ned tried to avoid judging by appearances. He was dead sure, however, though not a word had been said, that Jake was on to something. Ned left the talking to him.
" Hiya-strangers round here, I reckon ?" asked the newcomer, pulling up by the rock. " Anythin' I can do for you ?"
Jake was cute, knew his stuff. Now he reckoned that this man hadn't recognised him. If he had he was putting on a mighty fine act. Jake decided that he wasn't doing that. He just hadn't an idea that Jake was who he was. There was no reason why he should, for when Jake had last seen him it had been eight years before, a mighty long time ; and then it had only been from a distance. Not many had Jake's memory for faces.

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