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CHAPTER 10 - THE TRAP

glowing eyes. Bill Rankin hadn't let them down after all, then. He was still on the job. It suited Rocky, just the age for hero worship. He reckoned that Bill Rankin was about the finest guy he had ever met.
Bill came to an end, or rather to the end of the first phase of the explanations. There were certain points he hadn't yet mentioned, but they would keep for a bit. He wanted to avoid confusion of thought.
" There you have it, some of it," he said. " The Doc and Rocky told me about findin' the wire-there's no two ways about it, we all know what wire is used for. The Doc's idea to lie up for the rustlers, from tonight on, is a good one, I reckon. The chances are that they'll strike pretty soon, probably tonight. That's my guess for what it's worth. The Doc reckons that if we get 'em on the job that will finish this business, and maybe he's right. What do you say, Bruce ? Are you willin' to play in with us ?"
Old man Bruce's long, grey face was taut now. He was silent for a moment.
" Sure, I'll play in," he said at last, " but "
" But you're thinkin' of sellin' the ranch," completed Bill for him. " Is that what you mean ?"
It was exactly, but Bruce didn't know how Bill had got on to that. Rocky had told him-how he had found the letter from the land agent and had read it.
" Guess I oughtn't to have done that," said Rocky, " but I was upset, Pop."
Bill broke in. Rocky had told him about the letter and Bill was very interested. Indian Range wasn't exactly the sort of property anyone would go for in a big way, but apparently somebody wanted it badly. For the first time Bill had the glimmering of an idea regarding the motive behind the trouble hereabouts. Somebody wanted Indian Range. He didn't know

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