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CHAPTER 4 - RANGER RIDING

been talk about was called Rocky-it looked like he was missing.
Disregarding the man Snake's gun, Bill put his hand in his pocket and brought out something that lay snugly in the palm of his hand. It was an eightpointed star.
" Don't go usin' that rod o' yours," he said briefly to Snake. " It don't go down well to slug a ranger." Then to Bruce, " Your name is Bruce, I guess, mister? O.K. have a look at this-I'm a ranger. Bill Rankin is the name. Maybe you've heard of me ?"
Quite a few people in Arizona had heard of Rankin-some wished they hadn't. It was evident that Bruce knew the name. He peered at Bill from under grey, shaggy brows and then gazed at the star, the ranger's official badge.
" Sure, I've heard the name," he muttered. He turned to Snake and gave an order. " Put up the rod, this guy is O.K."
Snake obeyed. The man Callahan stepped forward a pace, while the bunch of riders Bruce had brought with him watched with interest, crowding round. It was Callahan who spoke next.
" So you're a ranger ? I reckon you've blown in at about the right moment. It looks like somethin' has happened to young Rocky-he's Mister Bruce's son. We're out lookin' for him."
Bill Rankin stood quietly, his face unmoving but his mind active enough. Maybe coincidence accounted for his recent adventures, coming so closely on the heels of the disappearance of the boy Rocky-but maybe not. His instinct told him almost certainly not. But there were a lot of points to be made clear yet.
Bruce broke in on his thoughts.

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