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CHAPTER 12 - SHOW-DOWN

he was sure; but to no avail. The enemy had won. Rocky's father was finished.
What did it matter that Tuck, Jeb and Spike were under arrest ? Rocky had gathered that they had refused to talk except to spin a far-fetched alibi. The rangers were as far as ever from knowing who was behind the trouble-or why. In any event nothing mattered now for the ranch must be sold. The rangers had not been at the ranch when the boy left. He didn't know what they were doing, nor did he care. Rocky was in despair.
Then returning, far later than he had intended, for he had ridden on and on immersed in unhappy thoughts, he had glimpsed a man ahead of him, riding furtively. He had followed, had seen the guy dismount and proceed on foot, dodging from one outcrop to another. Rocky, too, had left his pony. For the time being he forgot his anxieties in the new interest of trailing some unknown man lurking here in the hills.
He waited, watching. Then suddenly the man appeared again, not far from the shack. Only for a moment was he seen, but in that moment Rocky recognised him, for the moon fell full on his face turned towards the boy.
It was the dapper Callahan, crouched by a boulder, watching the shack. Then he vanished again, moving towards the shack.
Callahan-what was he doing here ? Rocky didn't know, couldn't guess, but he did know that the guy was behaving furtively, stealthily. Rocky moved after him with infinite caution.
The boy came to the rear wall of the wooden shack, now decaying and rotten, by way of the sheltering outcrop which provided first-class cover. He had

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