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CHAPTER 10 - THE TRAP

two other riders joined him, obviously unsuspecting that they were watched. From the descriptions Bill had had of the owner of the Bar-20 and his foreman, he had no doubt that here were Tuck Werner and the man who called himself Jeb Schultz. The latter's hair was unmistakable, even in the moonlight.
They began to climb the outcrop, the boy leading the way. Bill waited for a little, but the mesa still lay silent. No other riders appeared.
Then Bill moved. He wasn't going to run any risk of the three getting away, as they might if left too long, for the ground was ideal for escape and the moonlight deceptive. He had them cold right now-and even as he watched he saw Tuck stoop and uncover the coils of wire. It was feasible, Bill knew, for two trained men such as Tuck and Jeb, aided by the boy Bud, who by all accounts was tough and fairly experienced, to round up cattle on their own in such a restricted space as the mesa, possessing only one entrance.
Bill moved swiftly. The three were pretty well at his mercy now, half-way up the outcrop, dismounted. And there were forces positioned very near at hand. Ned and Jake weren't far away. The time had come for a definite move. The rangers would now have to reveal themselves.
The hoarse cry of the coyote, a kind of yip-yip, so often heard hereabouts that little attention was paid to it, was heard twice repeated-heard by Ned and Jake. It told them that Bill was on the move, that they were to converge on him. They obeyed the signal.
They came sliding between the littered boulders as Tuck Werner straightened, the coils of wire in his hand. He turned to Jeb and said something-but before Jeb could answer Bill took a hand. He had gone up the outcrop silently, his gun ready.

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