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CHAPTER 1 - BLACK CREEK FEUD

from other ranches were left alone; any misfortune hit Indian Range. Why it was impossible to know, for the Bruce cattle were poor enough. It was strange that rustlers should go for Indian Range beasts when they could have struck elsewhere.
" The guys doin' it ain't ordinary rustlers," said Rocky, as though reading Grant's thoughts. " Ordinary rustlers don't poison springs, and they don't break in stealin' dough, and I reckon everyone around here knows there isn't enough to make it worth while stealin'. Somebody hates us, Doc, and they mean to make it mighty bad for us."
" Perhaps, but let me speak, Rocky. Sure I know things are bad, but there's no reason to suppose that Tuck Werner is behind it. And then you get yourself all mixed up over Pasco. Don't you know Pasco don't get along with Tuck Werner ? Guess you can't have it both ways, son. If Pasco has got anythin' to do with your trouble, then Tuck Werner is out-and round the other way, too." He broke off for a moment and then added, " Don't you go talkin' to anyone else this way, Rocky. It might be dangerous. Tuck isn't the man to take it lyin' down. You leave it to the sheriff; he's investigatin' what's been happenin' up at your place."
Rocky closed up. It wasn't his habit to talk too much. Now he wished he hadn't opened his mouth about his suspicions. He knew the Doc's opinionthat he couldn't have it both ways-must be right, because Pasco didn't like Tuck Werner. There was talk Tuck had once swindled him.
That in itself should have been a reason why Rocky should like Pasco, but he didn't. Pasco and White Eagle lived in a shack outside Black Creek and kept themselves to themselves. The Indians were strange people, self-sufficient, silent, moving unobtrusively

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