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CHAPTER 10 - THE TRAP

Rocky knew that the pretended exit from the scene had been a fake. It was asking too much to expect the boy to keep it from his father. Bruce had to be let in on it. In any event his co-operation would shortly be needed.
There was another who now knew that the rangers were hiding up-Pasco. No doubt by this time White Eagle knew as well. It might work out that through them the word would swiftly circulate, though this was not certain. Jake didn't think much of the chance that Pasco would keep quiet, in spite of the fact that Bill had told him to ; nor did he rate the chances very high that the young Apache was in the clear regarding the Indian Range trouble. Bill, however, had his own ideas on that score.
At all events, Bill came clean with Bruce and with Doc Grant and the boy. Rocky couldn't be kept out, for Bill couldn't expect him not to be curious. He was a boy, an inquisitive boy and one with initiative. Left in the dark he might well start investigating himself. He might talk too much. It was better to bring him in. Bill liked the kid and thought him trustworthy. The Doc corroborated this opinion.
When Bruce arrived, bewildered that Bill had after all not left the district, amazed that he had his buddies with him, no time was wasted. Swiftly Bill explained the facts, opening Bruce's eyes, and Rocky's, to much that they hadn't known until now. He gave them the reasons why he had faked leaving the territory, told them what had happened after leaving Indian Range, explained that Callahan was in with him, who Jeb really was.
He talked for some time, while old man Bruce listened first with bewilderment and then with sharp interest; while the boy Rocky gazed at the ranger with

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