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CHAPTER 5 - FOOTHILL TRAIL

some other guys. I've run into a queer set-up, too, an' I guess it's the same."
He listened for some moments, expecting to hear the Bruce bunch riding, for they might well have heard the shots he had fired. But no sound came. It seemed that they were alone now. The masked man who had laid for Ned had gone. It wasn't likely he would return, not now that he knew he was heavily outnumbered. While the rangers talked, however, they kept their eyes peeled, Bill more keenly when he heard what had happened here in the foothills.
Rocky was still unconscious, but Bill, experienced in these matters-as were Jake and Ned-knew that he was in no danger. The blow on the skull was fairly old, by some hours at all events, and examination proved that the wound was superficial. The boy was unconscious not as a result of the injury but of some drug administered. He would come out of his coma naturally before very long.
In the meantime Bill reckoned it was essential to find out what had happened and how his buddies had come to be involved. His own tale could come later.
Ned told the story, very briefly but leaving out nothing. At the end of five minutes Bill had all the facts, all the essential facts. He knew what had brought the two rangers back to the foothills from Black Creek ; he knew that they had come upon Rocky Bruce in the nick of time to save him.
The masked man who had been standing by the boy when Ned and Jake had come on the scenemaybe the same who had laid for Ned later, though this wasn't certain-had undoubtedly been about to bump the kid off when Jake had taken a hand. Jake had fired as the man brought up his gun. He hadn't aimed to kill, for it was a rule that a live prisoner was

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