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CHAPTER 10 - THE TRAP

smoke. It was Rod Canter the sheriff, who saw Bill and gave an exclamation. This was the first intimation he'd had that the ranger was still in the district.
Bill forestalled his questions. The game was up as far as concealing his presence was concerned. But it couldn't be helped.
" I'll give you the dope later," he said briefly. " What are you doin' here? What do you know?"
Swiftly the sheriff explained that he had been scouting, not knowing that Bill was still hanging about, hoping to get some sort of lead. He had been watching Tuck Werner ever since Rocky had reported that he had trailed the Bar-20 owner and Pasco the Indian, but so far had got nothing on him. Tonight he had learned that Tuck, Jeb and the boy Bud were away from home and had ridden towards Indian Range. Rod had followed but hadn't seen them.
" But I guess I got somethin' I didn't want," he growled. " Somebody laid for me, slugged me. That was a quarter of a mile back. I didn't see who it was-when I woke up the fire had broken out. I came along, naturally."
Bill grunted. There wasn't any doubt that the fire was an act of sabotage. It looked like whoever had slugged Rod had done so to prevent possible interference. Whoever had fired the place, it wasn't Tuck Werner or his foreman, that was certain. The fire had broken out while nearly all the Bruce outfit were up at the mesa. That might be coincidence or it might not. If not plenty of possibilities were obvious. There were guys who had known about the trap ever since the conference in the hills. ...
A surge of men with buckets of water came between Bill and the sheriff. Rod darted away and Bill could see him handling buckets, fighting the fire. Bill was about

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