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CHAPTER 5 - FOOTHILL TRAIL

to cover as wide an area as possible. Callahan had heard him, had glimpsed him but had not at that distance recognised him. Callahan had shouted to the rest and they had turned off the trail to investigate. Thus they had lost Bill and by the time they had caught up with Rod had no idea where Bill had gone.
Old man Bruce was like a woman as he knelt by his son. He looked up, his face drawn and lined. Bill hastened to reassure him.
" Don't worry, Bruce, the kid will be all right. He's been doped-get him to bed and let him sleep it off. Better get movin'. I'll give you the details when you've settled the boy."
Bruce nodded ; and as though to prove that Bill was right, Rocky stirred uneasily and opened his eyes. He tried to speak, but his father quietened him. He could talk later. Right now all he needed to know was that he was safe, back amongst friends.
" We're gettin' you back to the ranch, son, right away. Take it easy an' don't fret yourself."
The party moved back towards Indian Range, the boy looked after by his father. Bill rode alongside Rod Canter. Unlike Jake and Ned he had met the man once or twice. He had no doubts about his efficiency.
" Guess I'm glad you've blown in, Rankin," said Rod as they rode apart from the others. " There's been trouble here for a year pretty well-I ain't been what you'd call successful in tryin' to get to the bottom of it."
Bill said very little but waited for the sheriff to continue. He knew something of the trouble that had hit Indian Range from what Bruce had told him earlier ; but it was always an idea to get the same facts from a different angle. And maybe he'd get some more facts from Rod Canter.

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