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CHAPTER 5 - FOOTHILL TRAIL

it was known. Bruce talked, Rod Canter talked, but not the dapper Callahan, who had left Indian Range to return to the hotel at Black Creek as soon as he was sure Rocky was all right. Callahan, Bill now knew, was Bruce's friend, about the only one the old man had in Black Creek.
When he had gone Bruce came downstairs knowing from the boy what had happened to him. Bill listened to the tale in silence, working out the timing. He knew more than the others in some ways, for he knew what hand Jake and Ned had taken, but didn't let on. It was evident that the two rangers had come upon Jeb Schultz, as he called himself, not long after Rocky had seen him near Pasco's holding, after the boy had been slugged. Rocky had been a prisoner somewhere near the holding, but most likely in the shack itself according to his story that he was sure Indians had been around the place ; he had been kept there a long time and then obviously transferred to the hills, though he had no recollection of the journey, having been doped. Probably he had been doped earlier, too, after being knocked out, which would account for the fact that he had been unconscious so long.
During that time Jake and Ned had been at the hotel, Bill himself in the hills investigating the Indian and the unknown white man he had seen riding from the mesa, which he now knew belonged to Indian Range. So much for that part of the timing, but as Bill realised there were many details to work out. Jeb Schultz had been at the hotel while Rocky was a prisoner, that was evident ; but he had left two hours before Jake and Ned had ridden back into the hills. Spike Borden had left, too. Either or both could have ridden into the hills well in advance of the rangers,

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