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CHAPTER 12 - SHOW-DOWN

samples. He was tellin' Tuck about it when we blew in."
Charlie wasn't present, not having been concerned in the affair except by pure mischance. But when oil was struck Charlie would get a cut, Bruce would see to that.
" And I reckon you owe Pasco somethin'," said Ned. " He's mixed with white men-he had a hunch there might be oil under the Black Land. He didn't talk straight, his folk never do, but he took us to the spot and left us to work it out for ourselves. He reckoned the guy who wanted Indian Range had rumbled about the oil. He was right there."
Pasco inclined his head with dignity.
" Oil is of more value to you than magic earth to my tribe," he said slowly. " The old days are over, the only magic left is the magic of derricks and pumps."
Rocky went over to him. He had misjudged Pasco. He knew now that the Indian, when he had sometimes seen him on Indian Range territory, had been there innocently.
" Shake," said the boy. " I guess we won't forget you when oil is struck."
They didn't, nor did they forget their other friends. Later they did strike rich, very rich. They had no more money worries.
But now, before they knew how much they would make, Tuck Werner stood up.
" Guess you bluffed pretty slick, ranger. You're a smart guy-I like smart guys." Then he looked across at old man Bruce, spoke again, gruffly.
" You an' me ain't hit it off, Bruce. I'll talk straight-I didn't like the way you came bustin' in years ago talkin' about scientific ranchin'. I guess maybe I've got an ugly temper. O.K. I didn't like

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