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CHAPTER 4 - RANGER RIDING

by some three hundred yards. He was crouched behind a boulder, his attention focused on something Bill himself could not see beyond the outcrop. The ranger, behind the man, had a clear view of him. It was evident that if this was the same guy who had earlier been on the top of the cliff watching Bill, he had concluded that the ranger had ridden on and that no danger was to be expected from him.
jBill went swiftly under cover, and continued to watch. Now he was even more interested, for up on the outcrop the light was still strong enough to reveal that the watcher was an Indian. He was clad after the manner of all Indians in this part of the country, his garb being a not very happy combination of traditional costume and white man's dress. He wore eans but a short blanket was round his shoulders, this being the ancient Indian covering for the upper part of the body. His hair lay lank about his shoulders, black, greasy hair with a single feather lying close against it. The sinking sun fell on copper-coloured skin.
An Indian, watching, himself watched. Bill knew enough to realise that he had been lucky-he didn't put it higher, though he might have done without any self-conceit-to come upon the man undetected. The Indians of the south were for the most part a degraded race now, for there had been much inter-marriage amongst the tribes and between Indians and whites, the latter mostly being poor types. The result, after many years, had been to produce almost a new race, which was very unlike the proud Indians of the era before the white men came. But some tribes had remained pure, and the Apache was one. Bill recognised the symbols woven into the blanket, the setting sun falling on the intricate pattern. Here was

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