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CHAPTER 9 - ROCKY TAKES A HAND

said, when still a few yards from Rocky, " I'll tell you. I packed up a couple of days early. Nobody seemed to mind, and I guess "
He broke off abruptly, for now he could see the coils of wire lying at the base of the boulder.
" Heck, wire !" he muttered. " What's the meanin' of this, Rocky ? "
Doc Grant wasn't a rancher and he was getting on these days. He wasn't a gunman or even a tough guy, but Rocky knew he had a brain. He trusted the Doc-trusted his judgment and experience.
" I found 'em here, Doc," he said slowly. " What you make of wire hidden up carefully near a mesa ?"
Doc Grant rubbed his jaw, still staring at the coils.
" I reckon there's only one explanation," he answered after a moment. " I've seen that stuff used easier than brandin' irons. This is rustlers' gear, Rocky, boy."
Rocky nodded. The Doc had corroborated his own belief. Rustlers' gear, hidden here on Indian Range territory-by Bud Werner.
" Bud Werner ?" repeated the Doc. " You mean you know that for a fact ?"
" Sure I know it-I watched him hidin' it just now. He cleared an' I let him go. Bud Werner, Doche's always had it in for me, an' his set-up at the Bar-20, Tuck's set-up, don't like my pop. It's pretty clear now, I guess. Tuck has been layin' for us like I always said."
Doc Grant didn't argue this time. He said nothing, but continued to stare down at the coils of wire. Rocky spoke again, tensely.
" You got to admit that now-you were up at Indian Range when I told the old man what happened to me. I was trailin' Tuck and Pasco, then

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