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CHAPTER 5 - FOOTHILL TRAIL

could have gone to where Rocky was a prisoner or to the place in the outcrops where apparently it had been decided to bump off the boy.
Not long after Bruce came downstairs, two visitors arrived at the ranch. One was the schoolmaster, Doc Grant, come to make enquiries about Rocky. He didn't know that the boy had been rescued, only knew that he had met Callahan and the cow-hand Snake riding away from Black Creek hours earlier, and from them had learned that Rocky was missing. He had been able to tell them that the boy had left school as usual, but had not been able to help otherwise. Bill judged that though Doc Grant was popular enough and well liked, he wasn't thought much of as a man of action.
" I'm real glad the boy is all right," said the Doc. " I've been worried-he's a good kid."
Bruce nodded, his face less drawn now that it was certain the boy, in spite of his rough handling, would recover. He smiled at the Doc.
" Thanks, Doc, he's mighty fond o' you, I guess. He's talked to me about you."
The other visitor, coming soon after Grant, was Spike Borden of the Block Diamond. Bill, having heard of him from Jake and Ned, viewed him with interest. He didn't take to him, instinctively mistrusted him.
Spike had come like the Doc, so he said, to make enquiries about Rocky. That was mighty odd, thought Bill, remembering what his buddies had told him about Spike's reaction at the hotel to the mention of Indian Range and old man Bruce. But he said nothing-he was keeping quiet, saying nothing or, at all events, very little.
Spike Borden seemed ill at ease, looking from face to face, his own as pallid and as furtive as ever.

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