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CHAPTER 10 - THE TRAP

they received orders. When the attempt was made to rustle the beeves, if such an attempt materialised, which wasn't certain, they were to follow certain lines of action explained to them by Bruce who had earlier had these instructions from Bill.
Everything seemed to be in order. Ned and Jake made off in the darkness, the moon not yet having risen, took up positions north and south of the mesa under cover. Bill himself remained to the west. The Indian Range boys might well know that Bruce had met up with three other guys, but not yet could they know that these were rangers.
For more than two hours everything remained quiet and peaceful. The moon rose, revealing the mesa with the beeves as yet undisturbed. Bill stayed patiently under cover, hoping that the Bruce outfit wouldn't make any false moves. They might have to spend most of the night quietly under cover before the enemy came. The enemy might not come at all.
Rocky was at the ranch-house, with the cook and another of Bruce's employees too old to be of any use here at the mesa. The boy had argued, but Bruce had for once been firm. Rocky wasn't taking any part in the mesa operation. Rod Canter had not been informed of what was afoot. What he had been doing during the day was not known. Bill, lying up, was thinking about Rod. He didn't like suspecting a sheriff, especially one who had Deakin's trust, but there were points.
He was occupied in thinking about them when things began to happen. Bill was near the outcrop where the wire still lay concealed under the boulder. Suddenly, without warning, a rider appeared at the foot of the outcrop. It was a boy-Bud Werner almost certainly. He swung off his pony and then

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