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CHAPTER 2 - INDIAN TRAIL

on. Rocky heard the sounds of his progress for some little time. The man passed the place where the boy had left his beast ; he did not stop.
After a few minutes Rocky came out from cover. It looked as though Jeb must be in the area by chance, not because he had any connection with whatever business had brought his boss and Pasco here. On the other hand this was still Indian Range territory. What ordinary business could the foreman of the Bar-20 have here ?
Rocky left his pony where it was. Indian Range ground ended only a few hundred yards to the south. After that came grazing grounds, foothill mesas owned by Pasco and White Eagle, or rather leased to
them by the Federal Government for horse-raising. It seemed certain that Tuck had gone to the Pasco holding. Rocky decided to stick to his feet now as being safer.
He turned off the trail to the west and climbed an outcrop. From the summit he had a view of the Indian holding, of two mesas separated by a narrow gorge. The pasture was poor, but by some magic Pasco and the old man managed to raise good horses. How they did it nobody knew, but the fact was that they did. Maybe not all the horses they sold were reared here-maybe some were stolen. Rocky wouldn't put it past Pasco or White Eagle.
At the far end of the first mesa, near the gorge between it and the second, stood the shack where Pasco lived, built of wood and clay, adobe, as it was called farther south. There were also outhouses and stables, of greater extent than the living-quarters and better built.
All was silent and apparently deserted except for horses grazing. There was no sign of Tuck Werner or

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