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CHAPTER 1 - BLACK CREEK FEUD

Rocky nodded, watching Pasco, the Indian, out of sight, remembering that he had seen him after the incident with Tuck and Spike earlier, dodging round the yard fence.
Not for the first time Rocky was conscious of mistrust of the young Indian, a member of the Apache tribe, the majority of whom lived within the reservation near Black Creek. Here, on land leased to them by the Government, they lived and worked; but not all the Apaches. Some had left the reservation and lived alone or in small groups, some raising horses, others making blankets or other Indian wares which they sold.
Pasco was one of these, living with his grandfather who was over eighty and was still known by his Indian name of White Eagle. The two raised horses and dealt in that trade. Pasco himself was about twenty-five.
" I don't trust him," said Rocky, as he watched the lean, lithe Pasco out of sight.
Doc Grant removed his spectacles and polished them with a gaily coloured handkerchief, a habit of his when troubled.
" Rocky, son," he said at last, " seems to me you're gettin' yourself all mixed up-all het-up. Sure I know things aren't bein' easy for you and your father up at Indian Range, but "
" No, not easy," broke in Rocky, " and worse since the trouble started. You know we've been losin' cattle, Doc, rustled and driven off the grounds. And there's been other trouble-there was cash stolen one night and then a spring was poisoned so we lost more beasts. Somebody has got it in for us."
Grant knew about that. The trouble had been going on for nearly a year, as all Black Creek knew. And always it was Indian Range that was hit. Cattle

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