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CHAPTER 10 - THE TRAP

" I've been talkin' to Rod," he said, " I wanted to know how he got himself here."
" Sure, but don't you fall for any tale about him bein' slugged-I'm not kiddin' ranger, Rod laid for me."
Bill was thinking mighty fast now. This was an unexpected development. He'd got to get everything the Doc knew. He took him away, out of sight of those fighting the fire. Nothing could save the ranch ; Bill reckoned he'd be more usefully employed questioning the Doc than helping with the fire.
He was with the Doc for a long time. Later he worked it so that Rod Canter saw the Doc-and Rod reacted normally to the tale that somebody unknown had been followed from the hills and had slugged the Doc. Rod didn't show any nervousness, said he reckoned it was maybe the same guy who had attacked him, a bit earlier according to the Doc's estimate of time. The Doc played up well, on Bill's instructions, didn't give a hint that he knew Rod had slugged him. It was a certainty that Rod didn't suspect he was being foxed, that the Doc had identified him as his attacker.
It was fortunate that when he recovered the Doc had encountered Bill before he saw Rod, or in fact anyone else, for thus Bill had been able to prevent any chance of the sheriff realising the truth. The Doc might well have accused him to his face or told somebody else what had happened. Bill didn't want that.
A promising trail was opening up. The ranger wasn't going to move against Rod yet. There was still a whole lot needed, including the motive for the war against Indian Range. Given enough rope the sheriff might well provide all the information required. When Tuck and Jeb were brought in-Bud was only

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