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CHAPTER 3 - STRANGERS AT BLACK CREEK

" You weren't in on the case eight years ago ?"
" Nope, I just saw the guy when they'd got him, an' heard afterwards he'd gone down for five years." He rubbed his jaw with a leathery hand and spoke again. " Maybe we'll hang around at Black Creek for a bit ? I'd like to know if everythin' is O.K. hereabouts."
Ned Duvene hadn't thought much of waiting at Black Creek, but now he changed his mind. Deakin left his rangers pretty free to intervene in any trouble they happened across by accident. They weren't due back at Phoenix for anything important. It might be an idea to make a few enquiries at Black Creek. It was possible, too, that Bill would show up. As Jake had said he had planned to use this route.
" O.K. we hang around a bit," he said.
An hour later they were in the sanded saloon of the Black Creek Hotel. They'd ridden in after Schultz had left them, hadn't seen him again en route. They put rip the same tale at the hotel, that they had been south buying cattle. The owner of the hotel, a dapper, slim man with a dark lean face, made it his business to make them comfortable, offering them good rooms. His name, they discovered, was Callahan.
They found out a whole lot more, by listening to talk in the saloon and by discreet, expert questions, phrased so that those they talked to didn't realise they were being pumped. Sure, they found out a whole lot more-and it was -interesting information they acquired.
Now, in the saloon, keeping it up that they were only ranchers from the north, they sat at a small table watching and still listening. So far they hadn't run into anyone who knew them for what they werefortunately this was the first time they had come to Black Creek. It might well be, however, that before

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