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CHAPTER 12 - SHOW-DOWN

then things happened so fast he'd had no time for thinking. But right now he was thinking-and he was bewildered. Doc Grant, the guy he'd liked, who'd always pretended to be friendly, the boss of the racket aimed at Indian Range ! Doc Grant a killer-it didn't make sense.
But it had to because it was true. Staring, Rocky saw that the Doc's face had changed, was now no longer pleasant ; it was contorted with hate and evil.
" I'll get you," he snarled, " and that rat," as Pasco came into sight. " You'll not hang me, I'll "
" You'll do nothin' except what you're told," was the reply. Then to Ned and Jake, " Get him out of here."
Bill saw Rocky-and next to the boy was Bud Werner.
" You two kids all right ? Ned and Jake saw you at the window, Rocky, but they couldn't get at you without warnin' the Doc. They saw Bud comin' up, too, but too late to stop him-a good thing they didn't, maybe, or the Doc might have got away. He used that gun of his faster than I'd reckoned."
" I'm OX," muttered Rocky, " but what about your arm ? And-and I guess I don't get any o' this," he added.
" Sure, but you will later, son. My arm won't take any hurt, I'm pretty tough." He turned to Bud Werner. " How come you were here ?"
It seemed that Bud had aimed to use the shack as a hide-out. He'd come at just the right moment to delay the Doc long enough for Ned and Jake and Callahan, who had been used by the rangers, to get the guy before he finally broke loose.
" You did well," was Bill's judgment. " Don't worry, kid, Tuck is in the clear and the others, they

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