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CHAPTER 4 - RANGER RIDING

but he was dead sure that these guys weren't rustlers or any other kind of bad men.
" Hiya," he murmured as he came up, and added, " you don't need to cover me, buddy. What goes on around here ? "
It was the other man who answered, not the cowhand. He was slim and dapper, very dark with a lean face. Bill knew his name but nothing else about him, but he judged him to have his wits about him.
" This your beast, stranger ?" asked Callahan.
" That's right-I've been lookin' around.
Interestin' country you got hereabouts."
At that the cow-hand jerked his gun forward a few inches.
" Come clean," he rasped. " What you know about the kid ? "
Before Bill could answer there came the sound of horses ridden hard along the trail from the direction of Black Creek. A bunch of riders surged into view, led by a man who came to a furious halt. He swung from the saddle and strode forward. Bill saw, as he came near, that he was grey and bent, a lath of a man though seeming, the ranger judged, older than in fact he was.
" What goes on.? " he asked tensely. " Did you fire those shots, Snake ? "
" Sure-I wanted to bring you along, boss. We found this pony tethered and now this guy has blown in, talkin' about lookin' around up here. I reckon he knows more'n he should about Rocky-an' maybe about a whole lot o' other things," he added.
Bill reckoned it was time to get things clear. From what he had heard he took the newcomer to be the guy Bruce, previously mentioned. The kid there had

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