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CHAPTER 3 - STRANGERS AT BLACK CREEK

at the Creek they might pick up some information leading to the conclusion that Schy Hunt, alias Jeb Schultz, was still crooked. It had not been more than a long chance, but already much more than Jake had expected had turned up.
There was rustling going on in the district, but rustling of a strange nature ; there was some sort of under-cover war being waged against this Indian Range ranch. Now the kid Bruce, son of the owner of Indian Range, was missing. It was all mighty interesting, but for the moment the rangers couldn't see their way. They had walked into something unexpected, unexpected even after Jake had recognised the man Jeb.
They were keeping under cover, not letting out that they were rangers. Rod Canter might well recognise them eventually, but he hadn't up to date, because he hadn't seen them. Jake and Ned reckoned that their best bet was to remain unidentified as long as possible. They were interested in this Rocky Bruce disappearance but could see no point in taking a hand in it-yet. To do so would be to reveal who they were and throw away a good card, a card that might remain in their hand-for it was not certain that the sheriff would know them for what they were-so long as they didn't give their real names.
It was possible that the boy's disappearance was a false alarm, that nothing had happened to him, but boy-like he had gone off on his own forgetting the time. But there might well be more to it than that, in view of what the rangers had already learned of the trouble which for a year had hit Indian Range. This affair might be part of that trouble, a new phase.
The rangers stayed on at the hotel, learning nothing that they didn't know already but hoping

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