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CHAPTER 2 - INDIAN TRAIL

had already seen that difficulty was resolved. The Werners and Pasco were in alliance, not enemies.
The one difficulty was resolved, but others remained. Supposing that Tuck and the young Apache were in alliance against Indian Range, the reason remained a mystery.
Rocky had a job to do right now, and not an easy job ; but still his mind persisted in nibbling away at the problem even as he mounted his pony and turned off the trail after Tuck and Pasco. Tuck didn't like the owner of Indian Range, but though Rocky did not know all his father's business, old man Bruce being a man who kept his affairs to himself, the boy was sure that Tuck could not have suffered any injury sufficient to justify revenge measures of this magnitude. Yet revenge, it seemed to Rocky, alone remained as an answer to the mystery.
He abandoned his unprofitable thoughts for now all his skill would be required to trail the quarry. He knew the country well, this all being Indian Range territory. He turned off the main trail at a point nearer to Black Creek than Tuck and Pasco, cut across waste land and so came to a position from which he could scan the country. He dismounted half-way down a steep slope, scrambling on foot to the summit. He was well rewarded, for he caught a glimpse of Tuck and Pasco about a mile away, still in single file, moving fairly slowly along a narrow, twisting track that wound between the outcrops.
They had as yet made no move which would make it unlikely that they were riding for Pasco's shack and horse-raising station. Rocky allowed them to reach a point where the first track was joined by a second, coming in at an angle. He wanted to make sure

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