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CHAPTER 3 - STRANGERS AT BLACK CREEK

the same they both had an urge to have a look at Indian Range from nearer than the Black Creek Hotel. The guys in the saloon had been interested in the Rocky Bruce disappearance, even though they reckoned the boy hadn't come to any harm. If the boy had been found it was likely that word would have reached Black Creek and that the news would have become known at the hotel. Nothing had been heard, however ; it might well be that the kid was still missing. It might be that his disappearance was no accident, no ordinary mischance but connected with the trouble the rangers had heard about.
If so, to ride nearer to Indian Range might possibly bring results. They didn't know but they hoped. It seemed now a better move than staying on at the hotel.
They rode carefully, knowing that search parties were probably still out amongst the foothills. The broken country offered much cover, however, and the rangers were experienced and expert. Ned took the lead, as he always did in work of this sort, for he could beat Jake, or even Bill hands down when it was necessary to move stealthily.
The moon was up, glimmering over the foothills and outcrops, but its light was deceptive, as Ned knew. Only by mischance would any of those searching the hills surprise the rangers. Ned went very carefully, picking and choosing his ground. Jake followed his every move faithfully.
They rode for a long time, for a long way and saw nobody. They crossed the trail which led from Indian Range to the main Black Creek trail, crossed it in fact very near to the point where hours earlier Rocky Bruce had seen Pasco, Tuck Werner and Bud. They struck south after that and then west again, in

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