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CHAPTER 1 - BLACK CREEK FEUD

maybe because Bruce had come to Black Creek as a tenderfoot talking about scientific ranching, implying, perhaps, he could teach the old-timers their business. That hadn't gone down well, but surely Tuck wasn't taking dislike-after so many years-to the point of waging war. And what about Rod Canter, the sheriff? He hadn't been exactly active in the case, had achieved nothing in a year.
Rock shifted uneasily in his seat. What was the matter with him, mistrusting even the sheriff ? He was a mug, and yet ... his mind remained harassed, suspicious.
He felt Grant's eyes on him, and though it was impossible that the Doc could know what was passing through his mind, Rocky had the feeling that he did in fact guess. At all events the boy wrenched his thoughts away from his speculations, which must be fruitless. The more he pondered the more mixed up he became. It was better to try to forget the business. To try, yes, but it wasn't all that easy. His father was daily ageing, bent under worries. Rocky, though only fourteen, sometimes felt stronger than the man. Sometimes he wondered whether his father was ill.
After school the Doc kept Rocky behind, insisted that he should eat his mid-day meal with him. Rocky was pretty sure this was to avoid any further trouble with Bud. The Doc had said nothing to young Werner about the fight. Rocky didn't blame him, for there was nothing much he could do against Bud and Tuck, the latter being certain to make trouble if the Doc took it out of his ward. In any event Bud was due to leave school. But obviously the schoolmaster wanted to avoid any further upset.
When afternoon school was ended, again the Doc

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