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CHAPTER 1 - BLACK CREEK FEUD

few days he'd be leaving for good, taking over at the Bar-2o as a cow-hand, for he was strong and already expert with cattle. He thought a whole lot of himself-and he didn't like Rocky Bruce.
" Hey, Rocky, your old man sellin' any more furniture to keep goin' ? " he asked derisively. " Let me know if he aims to do that, I guess our cook could do with some old clothes, your mother's, maybe."
For a brief moment Rocky saw his mother, slim and lovely, saw her lying near her death four years before. She had died of lung disease. Now Bud was gibing at her memory. Something snapped in Rocky's brain. Bud had tried to get him into a fight before but had failed. He didn't fail now. Rocky went for Bud, not bothering about the difference in weight.
Bud was happy now. His fist hit Rocky on the side of the head but not hard enough to put him down. Bud was going to teach him a lesson, pay him back for quite a few things. Rocky Bruce was the only guy in the school who had stood out against him, the only guy who had revealed his contempt and dislike. Bud didn't like the way he could use his tongue, nor the facility with which he showed contempt. Tuck Werner had been up against old man Bruce for a long time. Bud didn't rightly know why, but he did know that Tuck hated the owner of Indian Range. That was in itself a good enough reason why he himself should hate the son, Rocky. But added to that were the other reasons-Rocky Bruce's ability to make Bud squirm, just by using his tongue. Well, right now he was going to discover that fists hurt even more.
The fight wasn't going to be ended just yet, though. Rocky was going to be hurt plenty first.
" Cut out your yapping," ordered Bud through the side of his mouth at his supporters.

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