Among the children of the ranchmen was a thirteen-year-old boy.
The report was true, for the horse was what is called by ranchmen a "bad bucker."
And besides, it was the farmers and ranchmen who gave him employment.
At the station, they found the ranchmen prepared for their coming and glad to see them.
Of course, the dry goods are only such as ranchmen and farmers' wives need.
One of the ranchmen had been killed, and the rest were in great peril.
You know yourself, Lucy, that in a certain sense the ranchmen are lawbreakers.
When that picture was taken, the ranchmen had not invaded Paradise Valley.
Merchants found that trade was dull, and ranchmen got less for their products.
The drivers on this portion of the route are as odd fellows as are the ranchmen.