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CHAPTER 10 - THE TRAP

why, but it could be that the idea was to make things so difficult for Bruce that he would be glad to sell. The land agent hadn't revealed the name of his client. It could be just coincidence that the letter had come at the moment when Bruce was in serious financial difficulty, but-but maybe not.
Bruce stared at the ranger's furrowed brows.
" But why would anyone want to buy the joint ?" he asked. " It don't make sense."
" No, not yet, but maybe it will. Forget about selling for a bit, Bruce ; help us to grab the rustlers. I want to use some of your boys for the job."
" All right, ranger, but what about the sheriff ? You'll tell him, I guess ?"
A whole lot Bill had to explain, but there was no need to talk much about Rod Canter. Callahan held certain suspicions of the sheriff, so did Jake ; according to what the Doc had said when Rocky was fetching his father and Callahan, the boy had wondered, too. But Bill wasn't going into the question with Bruce ; wasn't letting on that he himself realised that there were points in this connection. Callahan had reported that Rod had not returned to Black Creek until after midnight on the night when Rocky had been abducted. There were other moves by Canter that needed explanation, too. Bill didn't talk about them, however. Instead he brushed aside Bruce's question. It was necessary to keep the proposed operation very quiet. The less who knew about it the better, lest the enemy received warning. Bill would use only Indian Range cow-hands, and they must be told nothing until just before theywere ordered. to ride to the mesa where the wire had been found.
Bruce accepted this without argument. He had enough to think about without that. Callahan, who

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