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CHAPTER 9 - ROCKY TAKES A HAND

I was laid out. I'll tell you why, because I was on their trail, they thought I'd got on to somethin', so they aimed to put me out for good an' all. Tuck Werner is behind the trouble we've had."
It was true that Grant had been at Indian Range after Rocky had been brought back there. He knew that the boy had trailed Tuck and Pasco to the holding. He knew, too, that Rod Canter, the sheriff, had forbidden any mention of this outside the ranchhouse. Old man Bruce and Rocky knew about the trailing ; so did the sheriff, the ranger Rankin, now gone as far as the Doc knew, and himself. Nobody else was in the know, provided that the sheriff's orders had been carried out. The Doc presumed that Rod wanted it kept quiet to give him a chance of investigating Tuck quietly.
" You got to keep your mouth shut about it, Rocky," said the Doc now, " you know what the sheriff said."
" I've not talked," was the impatient reply, " there's been no chance. It don't matter talkin' to you, seein' you know, anyway. I tell you Tuck Werner is the guy behind the trouble."
He made to pick up the coils of wire, but the Doc stopped him.
" Leave 'em where they are, boy, leave 'em." Rocky straightened, staring.
" What's the game ? "
The Doc's eyes were shrewd behind the spectacles. There weren't any flies on the schoolmaster.
" Leave 'em, cover 'em up like they were, Rocky. I guess we've got to get out of here quickly, before anyone sees us. Go on, do as I say."
Rocky obeyed, though as yet he didn't know what was in the Doc's mind. But for so long had the

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