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CHAPTER 3 - STRANGERS AT BLACK CREEK

that they would. A couple of hours passed, the sun set and darkness came on, lightened presently, however, by the moon which slid into the sky as abruptly as always in these parts. Callahan had not returned, and no word had come from Indian Range regarding the missing boy. Or at all events no word reached the rangers at the hotel. The consensus of opinion amongst those in the saloon seemed to be that nothing had really happened to Rocky Bruce, but that his father was making a noise about nothing, being an old woman.
Eventually Jake leaned across to Ned. They had hung around but had learned nothing further. Jake was growing restless. He reckoned now they could do better elsewhere and still not give away their identity.
" What say we have a look-see up near Indian Range ?" he muttered. " I guess none o' these guys'll notice us move off, an' Callahan ain't back yet."
Ned Duvene thought for a moment and then nodded. They could work it so that nobody noticed their going ; later, if Callahan, for example, asked questions, they could make out they'd been giving the settlement the once-over, nothing more.
" O.K. we'll get goin', Jake."
They left the hotel using a door at the back of the building. They were expert about it and nobody noticed them go. They fetched their ponies, which had been watered and fed, and presently they were striking away from Black Creek, aiming for the hills to the south-west. They knew by now where Indian Range lay.
Even Jake, who had suggested the move, reckoned that the odds were very slender that they would come across anything interesting, and Ned agreed. Just

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