Landis is content to let Rainey be one, both, or neither, depending on the moment.
He looked, Rainey thought, like a blind Berserker, restrained only by his affliction.
Miss Rainey and her mother live in Springfield, Massachusetts.
"Mighty funny sort of sciatica," Rainey told himself as he hurried forward.
"I haven't your name, sir," he went on pleasantly, to Rainey.
"I hope to get a chance to learn on the trip," answered Rainey.
There was a strong personality in the doctor, Rainey realized.
Rainey could have gone when the blind man reached for the gold and left the ladder clear.
It was Rainey who got the chair for the latter and seated himself.
On seeing Rainey they stopped abruptly and viewed him suspiciously.