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CHAPTER 10 - THE TRAP

Ostensibly Bruce was to be in charge of the trap, with Callahan and the Doc assisting. In reality Bill would be in command, but he didn't intend to take any active part until the Indian Range forces were in position round the mesa. A whole lot of people now knew that he and his buddies were still on the job, amongst those in the know being Pasco, not necessarily to be trusted ; it might well be that word would leak out. But until that became certain it was as well to play for safety and remain under cover. Already one dividend had been earned by keeping quiet. It was unlikely that an attempt would have been planned on Indian Range cattle had it been known that the rangers were still in the district.
Arrangements were made. Bruce was not to tell his boys what was on foot until the last moment. Then he was to round them up and take them to the mesa, with orders to lie up quietly and watch. There was no need for him to explain why he suspected an attempt on the beeves. The forces would be split up, one under the command of each of the three principals, Bruce himself, Callahan and the Doc. Bill and the other two rangers would rendezvous with Bruce at the mesa at an arranged time, after dark, and would take over.
The arrangements went through without a hitch up to a point. After dark that night Bill, Jake and Ned joined forces with Bruce', at the agreed rendezvous. Old man Bruce had done pretty well, proving that in an emergency he wasn't such a dope as some of the Black Creek ranchers reckoned. He had brought his boys to the mesa efficiently enough and now they were under cover. Bill had neither sight nor sound of them, which spoke well for Bruce's efficiency. The rancher had disposed them round the mesa, all under cover, with orders to lie up and take no action until

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