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CHAPTER 10 - THE TRAP

" I haven't told you that we went on to the Reservation after the business at the holdin'," he said. " I guess I'll do that right now."
Callahan, Ned and Jake knew all about that, but the others didn't. They listened without interruption while Bill told them what had happened.
They had approached the Reservation cautiously, had laid up outside and then had explored the terrain, getting a view of the huts which housed the Apaches who were wards of the Federal Government. Unseen they had watched the coming and going of the Indians-and then Ned Duvene, who was with Bill, had sighted a lone Indian returning to the Reservation. He had trailed him, managing to keep out of sight. The Indian had encountered two others who evidently had come to meet him. The three had talked furtively together. The two rangers hadn't been able to get within earshot, but on one point they were certain. The Indian who had come from the hills and had met the other two was the man who had attacked White Eagle earlier.
The Doc grunted.
" What you make of it ?" he asked.
Bill didn't make anything definite of it, but it had given him ideas, ideas which grew stronger after Pasco had come to the hide-out. Bill, a good judge of men, Indian as well as white, had a hunch Pasco was on the level. If so he hadn't assisted in the attack on Rocky ; the boy hadn't been held a prisoner at his shack. But he had been kept somewhere used by Indians. The Reservation wasn't a great distance from the holding; it was now known that there was at least one Indian from the Reservation with murderous instincts, a renegade Apache. This man had friends-it could be that Rocky had been taken to the Reservation.

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