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CHAPTER 3 - STRANGERS AT BLACK CREEK

long some guy would recognise them, for in recent years they had pretty well quartered Arizona ; but so long as they could remain unidentified they aimed to do just that. Folk had a habit of drying up in the presence of rangers, wouldn't talk so freely. And crooks it was always better to leave in ignorance as long as possible. It was evident by now that crooks were indeed at work in the Black Creek territory. ake and Ned had run into something.
There was trouble hereabouts, all aimed apparently at a ranch called Indian Range, owned by a guy named Bruce. Jake and Ned had heard talk of rustling up there, of poisoned springs, of ordinary robbery. They had also been told that Indian Range was a dud concern, that the cattle weren't up to any sort of standard and that the owner was no rancher. But . . Indian Range and only Indian Range had been subjected to the rustling. Odd that ; odd and interesting.
Jake hadn't forgotten that Schy Hunt, at one time convicted for rustling elsewhere in Arizona, was here as Jeb Schultz, and was working as foreman of the Bar-20. Neither had Ned forgotten. There was another point, too. Nothing definite had been said but it had been implied, especially by the pleasant Callahan, the hotel owner, that Tuck Werner, boss of the Bar-20, had it in for Bruce, or at all events, that the two didn't hit it off. Jeb was Tuck's foreman. It was all getting mighty interesting.
The saloon wasn't crowded at this time of day, for it was not yet sunset and the cow-hands hadn't come in from the neighbouring ranches after their day's work. There were a few present, however, talking. Jake and Ned listened.
Their interest sharpened when the swing doors

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