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CHAPTER 5 - FOOTHILL TRAIL

" I reckon I thought you'd be stayin' on for a bit," he said." There's guys layin' for me-they pretty near got Rocky. This is serious, mister."
" Sure, I know, but Rod can handle it. He's got leads now-sorry, but I've got to get back to Phoenix. If Rod can't handle this he'll have to contact the Governor. Deakin will send someone down, I reckon."
Rod Canter frowned. He, too, had reckoned that Bill would be staying for a bit.
" But, anyway, you'd better come to my place for the night," he added. " It's mighty late to hit the trail now."
But Bill wasn't having that. He had to rendezvous with Jake and Ned. He put up a tale he had to get on and ride through the night. Deakin needed him at Phoenix and already he had been badly delayed.
He got away, hoping that he'd foxed the bunch. Rod was O.K. and so was old man Bruce, but Bill couldn't trust a couple of guys without running the risk that all Black Creek would discover that he hadn't left the district. Bill had a hunch he stood a better chance if it was believed that he had cleared.
He rode away from Indian Range, down the trail leading to the rendezvous at the junction with the Black Creek trail. He made sure he wasn't being followed.
He came within a quarter of a mile of the junction, which however was still out of sight, when without warning from his right a shot cracked out. A bullet spurted dust from the ground in front of his pony, which reared up and back. Taken by surprise, Bill couldn't save himself. He was thrown heavily. Another shot cracked out.

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