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CHAPTER 5 - FOOTHILL TRAIL

discovered that there was an Indian Reservation nearby ; he discreetly enquired about Pasco, the young Apache who had been mentioned by Rocky and reported to Bill by Bruce.
The ranger wasn't giving anything away himself. He said nothing about watching the Indian up by the hill mesa, nor of the other man he had seen riding away. Bill was keeping quiet, like Brer Rabbit ; and he was also foxing, for he had spun a yarn that he had come upon Rocky, a prisoner, and had got him away himself. He didn't mention Ned or Jake. His story had been accepted.
One other point came to light. Pasco, he learned, lived with his grandfather, who was eighty, an important member of the tribe. That was interesting, for the Indian Bill had seen by the mesa watching the white man had been old. The mesa wasn't so very far from the place where Rocky had been found. Maybe this White Eagle was the guy Bill had watched ; maybe he knew more than he should about the abduction. It was a theory, not yet proved correct.
Eventually Bill rose to his feet. He reckoned he had learned all he needed for the time being ; all he could learn from these guys. Now he had to meet up with Jake and Ned, combine what he knew with what they knew. He wasn't letting up on this affair into which he and his buddies had ridden so strangely. But again he foxed. Since reaching Indian Range he had decided what to do.
" I'll be gettin'," he stated. " I'm due at Phoenix pretty soon. Glad the kid is O.K., Bruce; glad I was able to help."
Old man Bruce, who had been rolling a cigarette, put down the tobacco. He looked mighty upset by what Bill had said.

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