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CHAPTER 2 - INDIAN TRAIL

scraping of hooves away to his left, ducked swiftly under cover. His own pony he had left fifty yards back, well concealed.
Into the trail debouched a goat-track littered with loose stones, running downhill fairly sharply from an outcrop. Somebody was coming down this goattrack, his beast slipping and sliding amongst the loose stones.
Rocky went under cover and waited, watching. His ears told him that only one rider was comingwhich, Tuck Werner or Pasco ? It was probable that they had turned off the trail before reaching the shack, that now one was returning.
Rocky waited. A couple of minutes later he knew that his deductions had been wrong. Neither Pasco nor Tuck came into sight. The man who appeared, however, riding a piebald pony, Rocky recognised. He recognised his red hair, narrow face and small eyes. This was Jeb Schultz, the foreman at the Bar-20.
Another of the Werner outfit up here near Pasco's place ! It was enough to make Rocky think pretty hard. He hadn't come much into contact with Jeb Schultz, but he knew the man's reputation. He was a tough character, having little to do with the Black Creek folks, keeping himself to himself. He was reckoned to be a hard case.
Rocky crouched motionless, praying that Jeb wouldn't find his pony. If he did he'd start looking for the owner, especially if he himself were here on tricky, maybe illegal business.
jJeb, however, after pulling up his pony at the unction of the goat-track and the other trail, after sitting there for a few moments staring first south and then north, turned in the latter direction and moved

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