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CHAPTER 9 - ROCKY TAKES A HAND

ROCKY BRUCE was young and fit. By the morning after his experiences in the foothills, after a good night's rest, he was feeling better. By the next morning, which followed Bill Rankin's strange encounter near Pasco's horse-raising holding and his second sight of White Eagle-about which the boy knew nothing, however-Rocky was up and about. His father didn't like it, fussed round him like a woman, but Rocky wasn't having any. Although he was only fourteen he was in some ways stronger than his father, could almost always impose his will. He did that now, insisting on getting up and dressing.
Old man Bruce gave way, left his son at the ranchhouse and went off about his work. This must go on despite the trouble hitting Indian Range ; in fact because of that trouble it was even more essential to work and attempt to stave off bankruptcy.
Rocky, left at the ranch, felt fit but unhappy. He had heard about the arrival of the ranger, Bill Rankin, and knew that Bill had rescued him on that

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