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CHAPTER 1 - BLACK CREEK FEUD

wasn't a lot better. His pallid face, crowned by a mass of thick grey hair, was set in unpleasant lines. Rocky had never trusted him.
The boy had been walking towards the school yard after tethering his pony, which had brought him from his father's ranch, Indian Range. There was plenty of room for Tuck and Spike to pass, but Tuck wasn't made that way. He always took any chance going to make trouble, especially for Rocky or old man Bruce. Apart from this, he usually reckoned he had a right to the whole of any trail or side-walk.
" Listen to him, Spike," he grunted now. " He's answerin' back."
Rocky glowered at the two men, at Tuck's menacing face and Spike's tight-lipped grin of derision. Tuck owned the most prosperous of the Black Creek ranches and reckoned he was pretty good. It wasn't saying much that the Bar-20 was the most prosperous ranch, for the Creek district, lying under the shadow of great mountains, was arid and stony, not good cow-country, offering little; but Tuck Werner, whose forebears had come from Central Europe, did the best of the bunch. He was a big man in the Creek.
" Let me go," muttered Rocky again.
Tuck did not release him. His little eyes were malevolent.
" How's your old man doin' up at Indian Range these days ? Still showin' us poor guys how to ranch?"
Rocky Bruce stared his bitter dislike. Indian Range, even in a district noted for its poor pasture, was outstanding as an arid dust-bowl. It was situated close to the mountains, with much of its territory in the foothills. The living to be scratched from it was as bare as the grazing-grounds and the hill territory that went with the range. Rocky knew in his heart that his

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