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" THE : OREGON . DAILY. JOURNAL) ' PORTLAND, SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE f, . 1907
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, One morning NokomU found torn Strawberry B louomi among the grau growing about th Wigwam.-; nVaught,
h taid, "CWy--min (Heart-Berry) aoon bi ripe; time to plant Murwlau-mln, the Cornr ': - ;
Sh Imm i ma ha month of, funa. tha.StrawberrT Moon. anil that It waa hltrh time to bCEin.plantinc If ahe would
have a rood ripply of meal for the winter. So ehe told Aundak, the Crow, to fly to the Hollow Oak, where Big Bear alept.
and tell him ahe. wanted him to help plant tne yorn. ui wen orougnt oux ner corn noes wtutH
ASmmm awtatnA aharn all faa'tMllwl with ttwmn ta lonv WVUM MBtllce ' end nadk UB a DSCk
aila to take along to the cornfield, j The children 'carried the basket of leed corn and Prowling Bird ahouldered
i - When they came to the field Nojwmia made a fire and" put aome meat in a kettle to cook. . Then aha and Growling ,,. ;
: . ' ' :.4 i.M. ,n .rr in th aoiL while Yellow Hair followed them, dropping a train of corn at every atepy The f ; ? j
t Becauae Bi Bcart daira v Jong he vld notgr
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WILD CROWS f ?'
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rtiich were made of flat pieceaol V; : v - ; - and vagt tnd pkkand piUnf ttor too heavy lor Nokonh to lialndak and Utde. Bw.Tielpe4 by hunong along -
paqk of looirind' cooking uten-, " Uif T ' ue trenches for worma and gruba, of wWch queer kind of food they were father fond.' ; Hoeing com.lt pretty hafd M Bttla ; j
ng Bird ahouldered a'BtUe hoe. ''T 'T '" ;" ' boya' backa. and Growlint Bird waa not acTy when the seed wm all planted and dinner ready. ' k . - ,
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i , meat from the kettle. There were also fresh-baked corn caket wttnjnapie ayrup, ,m , 1 ene mtenoea to casappoui mem. one sow urewung siro ami Ng .w,w w -. ' , ',; a,: - " "1,77 -j i 1 . 7 " t 71- i'T v-.u-vvc hr,nrh. t '
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T tlia mnridiii a a-ra mim WSM (?rmM had arathered and tat Berchcd ' '
j ; i on a dead tree, watching and eawihg loudly.' 1 They thought theywould have a '
'- fine time scratching up the corn aa aoon aa Nokomia and the othert went home.
' Hi fa'tfiie thev were mtetakenaa'won anall 'aeet y&v.-iv :''i--:.t '
the white tablecloth draped over it, like
! ' grass and tied a red handkerchief over it
i tort of a horrible, horrible fact! "i
" Little Bear ate all the scrar and lav down behind a toe to tifee a nao.
i a blanket ;, She made a round bundle of ' t ' 4 aKty on It, making It wilder than ever i-lttle Growling Bird tied the frying pan to.
; then with 4 burnt stick she drew a pic- "i'It 0IW -the arma. juid a big. atone hangtagty a atring dose beside lt .The lea
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f VVhen they gathered up thekthtoga,ppartag VTW'PrP 'M i U? thought It waa the ogrefah Wuldego of hia dreamj and that hit tune had eoroeM He gav one yell and tumbled"' --,,r '
: They supposed he had gone on ahead of theni. and w &$Uktl$T: , .
they saw a ghastly-looking figure guarding the cornfield auJwhm the wind tnade the s ' f thought the Monater had him In ita clutchea, but he rnanaged to mch ,
like the sound of a vnugong?theyvwepanictrfckn. and flew c !He caine tearing along the pah juat aa the children reached the Wigwam and die "1-4 ' ,
Uttle lear. ot course, Knew noioing ox au uua. tit waa aieepmaT. out nia aieep waa wouoica. uu . . :--(. -v ' ".; - tujr, uvw wey Mugncawoennewa woaia ; narrow cacep nenaanaai . ' ' i 'i -, . i
aclf and bad a bad dream about a fieri
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ce Windego that was sitting on bit stcivvi. i fiudderuytht gong daiiged out. , (
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