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A FRIEND TO THE
Five years ago I wna ao troubled
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Tha taJk at a recent emokafeat wat
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"Hmlndi ma." 'nlllngljr remarked
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Dot on of the aotlqu apnces, but a
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rowhoya of tha l-1yln( Hart ranch are
kmribrokrn ovr tha lima of thalr much
prliail pliiinnsraiih by tha lf't of thalr
rhamulon In a font-race with lha conk of
tha rillprda ran h. A houaa party la
nn at Hit. Kly!n llaart. J. Wafllngford
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CHAPTER I Continued.
"Nonsensel Hobert Keep la only
twenty-three. Wby, aba hardly knew
ber husband, even! It waa ona of
those sudden, Impulsive affairs that
would overwhelm any girl who hadn't
seen a man for four yeara. And
then ha enlisted In b Spanish War,
and waa killed."
"Rotavrta, you know, la my beat
friend, after Helen. Do ba nlca to
her. Jack." Mlsa Chapln sighed. "It
la too bad tba others couldn't come.
"Yes, a small house-party haa Its
disadvantages. Uy-the-way, what's
that gold thing on your frock?"
"It's a medal. Culvar aent it to
"Yes. ba won tha intercollegiate
championship again." Miss Chapln
proudly extended tha emblem on its
"I wish to goodness Covington bad
been here to take Humpy Joe'a place,'
said tba young cattle-man aa he
turned it over. "Tha boys ara Juat
broken-hearted over losing tbat pho
"I'll get him to run and win tt back."
Jean offered, esslly.
Her brother laughed. "Take my ad
vice. Sis, and don't let Culver mix up
In this garnet Tba stakes ara too
high. I think tbat Centipede cook Is
a professional runner, myself, and If
our boys wera beaten again well, you
and mother and I would have to move
out of Naw Mexico, that's all. No.
we'd better let tha memory of that
defeat dls out aa quickly aa possible.
Tan warn Fresno not to Joks about it
axty mora, and I'll take Mra. Kaap off
yaur bands. She may ba a widow, she
may even be tha chaperon, but I'll
do it; I will do It," promised Jack-
tor my alatar'a sake."
D'ELEN BLAKE waa undeni
ably bored. The sultry aft
ernoon waa very long long
er even than Berkeley Frea
' no'a autobiography, and
'. Quite aa dry. It was too hot
and dusty to ride, ao she
-VStSr took refuga in the latest
1 1 1 ' " aullnr an4 mn.hl
out a hammock on the vine-
shaded gallery, where Jean Chapln
aa writing letters, while tbe discon
solate Fresno, banished, wandered at
large, vaguely injured at ber lack of
Absent-mindedly, tbe girls dipped
Into tha box of bonbons between them.
Jean finished her correspondence and
essayed conversation, but her compan
ion's blond head waa bowed over the
book In her lap, and the effort met
with no response. Lulled by the som
niferous droning of Insects and laxy
echoes from afar, Miss Chapln was
on tha verge of slumber, when she
saw her guest rapidly turn tha Inst
pagea of her novel, then, with a choco
late between her teeth, read wide
eyed k tha finish. Miss Blake closed
tba btfik reluctantly, uncurled slowly,
then stared out through tha dancing
heat-waves, her blua ayes shadowed
THd she marry blraT" queried Jean.
No, not" Helen Blaka sighed, bliss
fully. "It waa Infinitely finer. She
"I Ilka to sea them get married."
"Naturally. You aro at that stage.
But I Jblnk suicide la mora glorious.
In molly cases."
Miss Chapln yawned openly. "Speak
ing of suicides, isn't this ranch the
"Oh, I don't think so at all."
"Oh yea, you do, and you needn't be
polite just because you're a guest"
Well, then, to be aa truthful aa a
boarder, it Is a little dull. Not for
our chaperon, though. The time
dovsnt seem to drag on ber bands.
Jack certainly la making it pleasant
If you call taking her out to watch
a lot of bellowing calves get branded,
entertainment," Mlaa Chapln sighed.
Miss Blaka leaned forward and read
tha InscrimJon on her companion's
medal. "Oh. Isn't It heavy!" feeling
Pure gold, like himself! You
should have aeen him When ha won It
Why, at tha finish of that race all tha
men but Culver were making tha
most horrible facea. Tbey wera sim
Miss Blake's hands wera clasped In
her lap. "They all make faces," aald
aba. "Have you told Roberta about
No, aha doesnl dream of It, and I
don't want her to know. I'm ao afraid
shall think, now that mother has
8WWE5TTD CT THtTWZT
gone, tbat I asked ber here Juat as
a chaperon. I'erbsps I'll tell her whan
"I hare beard Culver speak of him,
but never as an athlete. Have you
and Mr. Speed settled things between
you, Helen? I mean, has he aald any
Miss Blake flushed.
"Not exactly." She adjusted
cushion to cover her confusion, then
leaned back complacently. "But ba
baa atuttered ' dangerously several
A musical tinkle of silver spurs
sounded in tha distance, and around
tbe corner of the cook-bouse opposite
cama Carara, the Mexican, bla wide,
spangled sombrero tipped rakishly
over one ear, a corn-busk cigarette
drooping from hla lips.
"It's thst romantlo Spaniard!" wbli
pered Helen. "What doea ba want?
"It'a bis afternoon call on Marle-
detta, the maid," said Jean. "Tbey
meet there twice a day, morning and
"A lovers' tryst!" breathed Miss
Blake, eagerly. "Isn't be graceful and
picturesque! Can we watch them?'
"'Sh-h! There she comes!"
From the opposite direction ap
peared a slim, swarthy Mexican girl,
an Indian water-Jug balanced upon her
shoulders. She waa clad in tha
straight-hanging native garment, belt
ed In with a aasb; her feet were in
sandals, and she moved as silently as
During the four days since Miss
Blake'a arrival at the Flying Heart
Ranch aha bad seen Marledetta flit
ting noiselessly here and there, bat
bad never heard ber speak. Tbe pret
ty, expressionless face beneath the
straight black hair bad ever retained
Its wooden stolidity, tba velvety eyea
had not laughed nor frowned nor
aparkled. She seemed to ba merely
a part of thla far southwestern pic
ture; a bit of Inanimate yet breath
ing local color. Now, however, tha
girl dropped bur Jug, and with a low
cry glided to her lover, who tossed
aside bis cigarette and took her in his
arma. From this distance their words
"How perfectly romantic," aald the
Eastern girl, breathlessly. "I bad no
idea Marledetta could lore anybody."
"She Is a volcano," Jean answered.
"Why. It's like a play!"
"And It goea on all the time."
"How gentle and sweet he is! I
think be Is charming. He Is not at all
like the other cowboy. Is he?"
While the two witnesses of the
scene were eagerly discussing It, Joy,
the Chlnee cook, emerged from the
kitchen bearing a bucket of water, bis
presence hidden from tbe lovera by
tbo corner of the building. Carara
languidly released bia inamorata from
hla embrace and lounged out of eight
around tho building, pausing at tbe
farther corner to waft a graceful kiss
from the ends of his fingers, aa with
a farewell flash of bis white teeth be
disappeared. Marledetta recovered
her water-jug and glided onward Into
the court In front of tbe cook-bouse,
her face mnsklike, ber movements de
liberate oa usual.
JoT. epylng the girl, grinned at her.
She tossed ber bead coquettishly and
her step slackened, whereupon the
cook, with a sly glance around, tapped
her gently on the arm, and aald:
"Nice li'l gally.r
"Tbe Idea!" Indignantly exclaimed
Miss Blake from her hammock.
But Marledetta waa not offended.
Inatead she smiled over ber shoulder
It's a Medal. Culver Sent It to Me."
na she had smiled at her lover an in
'Me like you One. Ton Ilka pta?"
Joy nodded toward the door of the
culinary department aa If to make
free of hla hospitality, at the Instant
that Carara, who had circled tha build
ing, cama into view from the opposite
side, a fresh cigarette between hla
lips. His languor vanished at tha
first glimpse of tha scene, and he
strode toward tha white-clad oalaatlai.
who flora through tha open door HTn
a prairie dog Into his bola. Carara
followed at hla heels.
"It serves blm right!" cried Mlsa
Blake, rising. "I hope Mr. Carara
A din of falling pota and pane la
sued from tha cook house, mingled
with shrill cries and sort Spanish Im
precations; then, with one long drawn
wall, tba pandemonium ceased as sud
denly as It bad commenced, and Ca
rara Issued forth, black with anger.
"Hat" aald he, scowling at Marle
detta, who had retreated, ber hand
upon ber bosom. He exhaled a lung
ful of clgaretto smoke through hla
nostrils fiercely. "You play wit' me,
"No, no!" Marledetta ran to him,
and, seizing hla arm, cooed amorously
"Bab! Vamos!" Carara flung her
from blm, and stalked away.
"Well, of all the outrageous thlngst"
said Miss Blake. "Why, she was actu
ally flirting with that Chinaman."
"Marledetta fllrta with every man
she can find." said Jean, calmly, "bat
she doeen't mean any barm. She'll
marry Carara some time If ba doesn't
"Kill ber!" Miss Blake's eyes were
round. "He wouldn't do that!"
"Indeed, yes. Ha Is a Mexican, and
ba haa a terrible temper."
Mlsa Blake sank back Into tbe ham
mock. "How perfectly dreadful! And
yet it muat ba heavenly to love a
man who would kill you."
Miss Chapln lost herself In medltay
tlon for an Instant. "Culver is almost
Ilka tbat when he la angry. Hello,
here cornea our foreman!"
Stover, a tall, gangling cattle-maa
with drooping grizzled mustache,
came shambling cp to the atepa. Ho
dusted his boots with bis sombrero
and cleared bla throat
" 'Evening, Mlsa Jean. Ia Mr. Cha
"I think youH find him down by tho
spring-bouse. Can I do anythlnlg for
"Nope!" Stover sighed heavily, and
got his frame gradually Into motion
"You're not looking well. Stover.
'Thla Grubsiinger Thinks Ha Can
Are you 111?" inquired Miss Chapln.
"Not physical," said tbe foreman.
checking the movement which had not
yet comunicated Itself the entire
length of hla frame. "I reckon my
sperret'a broke, that's all."
"Haven't you recovered from that
"I have not, and I never will, so long;
as that ornery Centipede outfit haa
got It on us."
"What have they done?" Inquired
Miss Blake, curiously. "I havent
beard about any foot-race."
"You tell her," aald the man, with
another sigh, and a hopeless gesture
that told the depth of his feelings.
"Why, Stover hired a fellow a couple
of months ago aa a horse-wrangler.
The man said he waa hungry, and
made a good impression, so wa pat
Here Stover slowly raised one boot
ed foot and kicked his other calf.
"The boya nicknamed blm Humpy
"Why, poor thing! Waa he hums-
backed?" inquired Helen.
"No," answered Still Bill. "Hump
back la lucky. We called him Humpy
Joe because when it came to running
be could sure bump himself."
"Soon after Joseph went to work."
Jean continued, "the Centipede outfit
hired a new cook. You know tho
Centipede Ranch the one you aeo
over yonder by the foot-hllla."
"It waa'nt 'soon after,' it waa si
multaneous," said Stover, darkly.
"We're beglnnln to see plain at last"
He went on aa if to air the Injury
that waa gnawing him. "One day wo
hear that thla grub-slinger over yon
der thinks be can run, which same la
aa welcome to us as the smell of flow
era on a spring breeze, for Humpy
Joe bad amused us In his idle hours
by running Jack-rabbits to earth
"Not really?" said Miss Blaka.
"Well, no, but from what wo aeo
wo Judge he'd ought to limp a hun
dred yards in about nothing and
three-fifths seconds, so wo frame a
race between him and the Centipede
Cook. With tumulchous Joy wa bet
our wages and all the loose gear we
hare, and In a burst of childish en
thusiasm wa put up the talking-mar
'Yes. An Echo Phonograph," aald
'Of New York and Parla," aald Sto
"Our boya won it from this Tory
Centipede outfit at a bronco-busting
tournament In Cheyenne."
"Wyoming." Stover made tho loca
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