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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (July 26, 1929)
THB LEAD DOG
0 By GEORGE MARSH O
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CHAPTER XII Continued
' ' 28-
"Whcn they come, I won't bi bor I"
llrock rasped through bit tooth,
istrnliflil buck lulu tlx llilrk sprues ha
furred tli raging and bewildered
dogs (leaching good cover, lit hulled,
bulillng th dogs bjf sheer power alon
Then, uddetily from tli direction
of III river ro th brittle yelps of
Sllt-Kar end Konn. Thoy bud found
the free I A rill crushed Dion au
1 With ob. llrock muttered! "If
they've sliot 'enil They'll pay for It
pny for It I"
III wrists were raw with th plung
ing of th maddened huskies runt gut
ting out of hand, when h caught
fleeting glimpse of (lurk pntrh mov
ing through th scrub. Looting the
dug, llrock Bred. The durk ! to
the dint mice vanished. I'uinplng
hell Into the rlmmber of hi 80. Hi,
he cautiously advanced, while th
greiil Ungnvas roared abend through
. the forest to th succor of their com
rades. Ilrork found tho troll of th Indian
leading out to th river, II bad
Where waa Gnapardt Had he heard
the tiring? Waa be coming? Whir
Free of hie doge, Brock started
counter atnlk of the men hunting him.
Eyea strained, nerves taut, with cocked
rift he followed the trail. Again ride
trashed ahead of him, above th yelpe
of Flash and Tellow Kye and (gain.
"They're (hooting th dngsl"
Then Rrock McCain reached th bat
tl In th buah. With l soh, he it,
through an opening fifty yarda away.
great yellnw and while body itretched
oo th anow.
"Yellow-Eye I They've got Tellow.
Rye!" choked the hoy. aa b ran,
' Marching th ecrub for th amok of
With hi rifle covering bla advance,
llrock approached to where the (rent
dog lay atrett-hed In th anow, head
on forefeet. Then the roving eye of
th boy mi hooded flgur awing
from the branchra of aprnr to tli
now, a grlmar of aatlafuctloo
wrinkling bla awarl fuc.
tiropptng oo knee, llrock lined
bit tight aa knlf flashed from the
Cree'a aaab and the killer of th king
dog leaned over th motlnnlea ha.
Then, aa hi forefinger curled on th
trigger of bla )3U, llrock gasped.
I'p from th anow lunged th yellow
and white almpe. The great tuaka
napped on the ipoaed throat of the
man bent forward. Wltb muffled
narl th mighty I'ngava bor th In
dlao to th anow beneath him. Once
twice, the long funge rlpfied and tore
t the Jugular of the atrlcken I'r
whoce knife illpped from nervelea
Th alnrlng eye of th thrilled
you in saw th maaalv head of Tel
low Eye lift from the mutilated thnpe
Th Jnwa opened. A hoara rumble
vibrated In Hi deep throat. Then the
(rent head fell limp on the anow.
Standing over him. Dmck'a eyea aaw
great wound In the I'wrnva'e aide
from which blood welled out It rrlm
oo the anow.
tauntlee In dea'h, at In life, Tel
low Ky bad Joined hla fathers.
"They'll pay for this, boy payf
aolilK-d th lad aa he hurried on In
search of flash B-imewhc. beating
through th buah, Ilrork hear (he
voire ot hla dog.. Cautiously now
hla eyi (wept th treea for a anlier.
Then li (truck trail which led
toward III river.
Dodging from clump to clump ol
young growth, he followed Suddenly
rill crocked, end, awnylng for an
Instant on his feel a hit consciousness
, faded, llrock (lowly crumpled In the
I'roin a thicket twenty yardl oo hla
flank roae low grunt ot am Infliction
A hmded shupe pushed aalil the
gprue aeedllnga and approached the
budilled noma on th anow. The
sprawled flgur did oot move.
The free awlflly advanced. K$ he
moved, tli hH miner of lilt rill clicked
aa hla thumb cocked 11 II raised
th gun, to (hoot a itu In th on l
ready atrlt-ken, when a movement In
(he actub behind him drew lilt eyea
Then through th air catapulted
tm hundred and forty pounda of gray
ilyiinmll to etrlke the aurprlaed In
i :ian and burl him to the anow, a
the wind mauve a lenf. With a acreum
the free reached for hit knife aa fit
white funga of Flash tlathed agnln and
aguln In demoniacal fury, for he had
acenied hla ninater and waa aeeklnn
him. w.ien he reached them.
FrensM with hntlle-luit, th grent
Delist .Inned Mnd fre at the Ihronl
of the helples man Then, leaving
the atllTeiilng body, crawled. wtnniier
Ins in 'he alleiil muster he loved
Nursling the hood linrk from llrock a
fori head. Hush Hi ked at the reel rtir
row aeroaa a temple, hit hlnck no
trll quivering In a low whin. Hut
th grat-fured master mane oo r
aponte. The dog worked off mitten
and covered the limp niinu wun m
ceresaos of a hot tongue. Hut the
flmrcra did not move In anawer. Then
entiling long at th Inert body, Flnah
at down and pointing hit nns at the
ky wnlled out hit detpulr and hla
After apace, the dog repealed hie
Maninta to aroua Ih man n wnr
llrock hail left him, lay clot to th
till limp, hi bead on th cheat,
hint eyea cloted to alllt, a b
brenthed big aorrow Id low, quavertnf
Later, th guardian of th dead uo
dcnly roae, burlng hi great fungi III
warning tnarl. Wld-yd wlln fear.
(Imparl tYund thorn.
'llrock I II hurt, Flutbr
Wllh a dd glunc at th body ot
th ludluu In th anow, Uutpurd hur
rlud to hla stricken Mend, hi gray
fuc let wllh anxiety, llut th hiilry
bulk of flush quietly barred hi way.
Wliul d trouble, Flush You t'luk
Oaipard b.rt llrock r And tho Unlf
breed ttured apprelieimlvelv over th
burrler of Flash's Intervening bulk at
Ih furrow In ' tli forclieud of the
body la th anow. OITur'ng no vio
lence, wllh do rumble of hottlllly,
Kiuili ttoud atolcnlly on guard, refus
ing to tliar th beloved body.
tluspe d was In quandary. It waa
cleur Hrocl bud been allot In th
head how badly he could not tell.
Thcr wal th putu of the bullet aeroaa
the temple. II niuet lit n to hla
heart I And there stood Flash, bur
ring th wny Flash who bad given
hla lov did allegiance to on nmu,
Killing down on th anow, Gaapnrd
beguu to tulk and croon to th dog
whoa heart lay wltb th atlll figure
he guurded. For a long apuc th
dog Ignored him, but, lu th end, wllh
rumbling prolcat, suffered th friend
of llrock to touch the (till atiap.
Then th eugvr eun of th half-
breed listened at llrock'e cheat. Yea,
With a Muffled Snarl the Mighty Un
gava Bore th Indian to th snow
the bean waa beating! Th gnug In
tli temp: bad oot fractured lb
Bwlft y building a Br. Gaipard r
turned from the river with yocug
free, hla prlaoner, wbote handa were
bound behind blm with thong. And
with them cam Hilt-Eur and Kona,
wboae while ahoulder wa( smeared
red (rum a Beab wound.
Leaving th Creo at th flr. Caa-
pard fouud th loaded tied oo th
iliur. ud brought It to th flr wltb
th aid of IU two dog, whll tlaab
stood guard beald bla mailer.
Shortly Urock Wal wratiped In
blauketa to a bough bed, bealde the
roaring Br fed by Ih I're. whom
Uatpurd bad releuaed from hit tlioiiga.
In an hour Ih laboring ballbreed bud
revived ibe vlrculatlou lu brock s to
erl body. Later, the boy. aufterlug
from a alight cum uluu. opeued hla
eyea and awallowed th ateamlng cup
of tea olTervd hint, Wltb groun ol
relief Uuapurd cried:
"llrock. you know me, llrock t Uu
purd 111 you all right, old partner I It
t-ee all right uow I He ihool cl
dut L'ree, but old rluah get heem I"
Aa reluming .'uunclouMieaa III
llrock a eyea, th hot tungue ot the
frleud wlrt had uiourued him touched
lilt cheek. Then wltb a throat rumble
ot contentment, th unrUluu of the
tleeplug llrtHk aettled back, head on
puw. lor his watch through the liluht
The slur atlll blinked dimly above
the cump on Ih corcujou anO the vlu
let dunk hung lu th ipruce. when
th alleuc of th (till Bleeping fureel
wua murred by a long wull. Then a
second vole Joined the hrat, and In
chorua, a mournful threnody titled on
th freeilng air.' Bliortly, out near lb
ahor, other voice Joined th two
back la th timber. '
"What dey do dut for? queried Ous
purd. sliindlng uear lha break tual
lire. "Stop, r'laahl You bodder
llrock I ordered Ih youth, but wltb
una pointed at the dim stars over
lieud, th great bunk added bla lam
entiilions fu Hums cif hla com rn ilea.
"Oulee two out derej where eea Yel
low llyel" muttered th bulf breed
tilled head llatenlng to the fiimlllar
vokeeof Bill- Kn r and Kona, "Hey you.
Vellow Kiel" b culled.
llut Ih yelp of the king-dog would
never aguln anawer th vole of tin
"(liil lend dog. I cannot heat hlml"
mild (liiapard. In free, to the boe whom
he was treating at a friend raiher
than tn enemy, for th prltoner's
hands wer not bound and ha annulled
hy the Are wutchlng the frying pun
"I anw but three dogs her lual
ulght," replied the free. "Shall I go
to th Ivor and lnp my team bowl
(TO BB CONTINUED.)
The big tree of th Weal owe their
great ait partly to the fact that they
ar unuiuuiiy free from tree dJi
(U ". Wwl.ro NwaMr Unluo.)
My Ufa ahull touch a doi.n llvtl
befora thla day la dona
Leave countlem marka for aood or
III e'aravta Ihlaavanlna'iaun.
hall fair or (out lt Imprint .
provt, on thoae my Ufa ahull
hall lnlon my Impraaa ba, or
aball a bllxlit pravall. '
DRESSINGS FOR SALADS
During hot weather frozen anlnda
tod froicn drcaalng for well chilled
a a I a d make
Tber It no
limit to th way
till Idea may be
developed. A tart
with a tabl
snoonful or two
of peanut butler added makes a de
licious dreaalng fur a banana or a
ahredded cubbugo an I ad
Wltb th mind well chilled and the
dreaalng placed on It J wit at th time
ot serving, th result will be satis
factory. Th flavor ar better
blended If the snlnd Is molatcned wltb
little tnayounulM or cream d reus
ing Slid topped wltb th Icy on.
Froitn Tomato Drtetlng. Place
mi quart of tomatoes (canned will
niinwcr) In a pan with a pint of wa
ter, on Hulk of celery chopped, one
green or red sweet pcptier sliced, a
slice of onion, Imlf a bay leaf, a few
clove and a few sprigs of parsley
Simmer for about thirty minutes, then
puts through a el eve. To this tomato
Juice add four tahlapoonfuls of lem
on Juice, on cupful of water, two
tubleepoonful of sugar and one tea
apoonful of an It, Freeze as sny sher
bet. It ihould be soft snd mushy,
not too Arm. When nearly finished
(tlr In a cupful of finely chopied cel
ery or grated apple, or an equal
quantity of crashed pineapple drained
from Ha Juice. Serv with callflower
or rnhbage, or cbeeeo and macaroni
Froian Raepbcrry Dreaalng To
one and one-half cupfuls of rspber
ry Juice add one-half cupful of wa
ter, the Juice of a lemon and one
fourth cupful of sugar. Freeze at usu
al and when partly frozen add a pint
of whipped cream lightly sweetened
with powdered sugar. Freeze to
mush, llieu pack down In Ice and salt
and let atnnd two hours. Serve over
cubed melon and bananas, or over any
Frozen Cream Mayonnaise. Fold
one cupful of mayonnaise flavored
with lemon Juice Into a cupful of
hlpied cream aweetened wllh on
talileaiooiiful of powdered , sugar.
four Into a mold, aeal and pack In
Ice and suit snd let an hour be
Salads for 8ummr,
Summer for th housemother In
tnuny home mean Just more work
and worry. Try
AUt. I lo milk thlstum-
aCvWVX I owr " l0
3rW V4 cation, with th
from school, with
planning each to
do hla share, the
mother, too, may
may have some of the Joy of the good
Siiluds. sniulvt Ichea, cold drink may
lake the pluce of hearty meals during
the warm wenther, with the fnniMy
feeling belter for the simple foods.
Todiiy every boy and girl It called
upon occasionally to prepare a dish
for supper on Sunday night, or ramp
ing trips and they, If well practiced at
home, are happy to alinre In auch en
tertainment, , . .
To be able to mix a tnaty snluil. or
prepare a rarebit well Is an nccom-
pllshment of which to he proud. Ev
erybody likes a fruit snlnd and they
are simplest of all to prepuce.
Simple Fruit Salad. Use a comb!
nation of pineapple, tlr in, good fla
vored apple, a bit of fresh or canned
peur, a halt dozen or more of minced
inurxliniulldwa, ' cover with whlpied
cream to which a tiihlcspoonful of any
good mayonnaise dreaalng line been
added In the proportion of one table-
spoonful tn a cupful of the whipped
cream. Serve all well chilled.
Mlx.d Fruit Sslsd.-Tiik one hnlf
cupful each of clmped pineapple,
nutmeats, orange and grapefruit pulp.
halved maraschino cherries, with one
and one hnlf cupfula of allced banumis.
The bnnnna when well rliened Is
a deep yellow flecked wllh brown snd
no sign nf green at the tips. Do not
be afraid tn buy bananas tlint are
quite bruwn, If firm, for they are beat
when very ripe. Nut and bnnnna
aupply carbohydrate and protein,
pineapple hut a dlKcstlve element, ap
ples have alwuy been known to keep
the doctor away, so wllh this combi
nation ooo muy be sure to bine a
healthful dish, Herve with th follow
ing dressing: Take two egg yolka,
one-half cupful of sugar, one-half
teasponnful of muatnrd, two table-
trponnfult encb of butter, lemon Juice,
vinegar, on of olive oil, on teaspoon
fill of mil, one-fourth tnuspoonful of
paprika and three-fourth of a cupful
of whlpiied cream. Conk egg yolks,
beaten with sugar, butter and oilier
Ingredients over water, stirring con
stantly. Cool, add the cream and
pour over th anlnd.
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' United 8tates Attorney Sawyer
Smith was talking In Covington
about a bogus missionary.
"Th man," b said, "held prayer
meetings til over th country, snd the
money b took in for missions In Da
homey and Senegal ennbled him to live
Ilk a prince for many years.
"It reminds m of the little girt who
"'What docs your father do for a
"'lie take up th collection In
church,' the answered.'
Dr. Caldwell watched the result of
constipation for 47 jeers, and believed
that no matter how etnrful people are
of their hrslth, die and exercise, ooa
atlpation will occur from time to time.
Of next importance, then, la how to treat
It when it comes. Dr. Caldwell alvVaya
waa In favor of getting a eloae to nature
a possible, hence hla remedy for eoojtl.
pation la a mild vegetable compound. It
can not harm the moat delioaU system
and hi not habit forming. -
The Doctor never did approve of drat
tie physics snd purges. Qe aid not believe
they were good fear human beings to put
Into their system. Use Syrup Pepsin for
yourself and members of the family In
constipation, biliousness, sour and crarapv
stomach, bad breath, no appetite, head
aches, and to break up fevers snd colds.
Get a bottle today, at any drugstore and
observe these three ruloa of health i Keep
the head cool, the feet warm, th bowela
open. For a tree trial bottle, tint write
JRynip Peptn,,, Dept. BB, llonUcello,
WILLYS - OVERLAND,
Carried a Spara
Mrs. ratlelgh (at the beach) My
chin It getting sll sunburnt.
tier Friend What do yon caret
You've got another. Smith' Weekly.
Buss Ball Blue delight th house
wife. Makes clothes whiter than snow.
At your Grocer's. Adv.
Treat 'Eaa Rough
Perhaps If your bee haveot been
doing so very well It' because you
have been treating them too tenderly.
Th latest bulletin from a well-known
bee expert says: "Don't coddl your
bee." Kansas City Star.
Sarpriiing th Waiter
"For the prst time sine Tv dined
at thl restaurant the charge 1 rea
sonable" said th guest.
"RenaonahleT" echoed th waiter,
surprised. "I hnd better have another
look at the hllL There must b tome
mistake." Inverness Courier.
Sawed lato Cache
For years John net tie bad teen an
old log lying lo bla farmyard near
Kldorndo Springs, Mo, Keccntly he
needed firewood and decided to rut
th log Into stove length. II tawed
It open and revealed I2."0 In gold dutt
hidden In a can thrust Into sn auger
hole. ludlannpnlls New.
Th Automobile club of southern
California hns several inemliers who
are) mora than ninety year old.
"I limply can't understand It," pro
tested Secretary Stan Mitchell, "At
nearly it I could ever flgur It out, t
man who bat lived to be ninety bit
either never teen an automobile or else
he ha been smart enough to have
teen them all befor they saw blm.
During a trip to England an Amer
ican woman engaged a guide to show
After be had explained the princi
pal attraction of th neighborhood
th remarked, as th handed htm hi
fee: "I trust that what yon have told
me la absolutely true; I never feel as
though I should pny for untruths."
, "Well, ma'am," said the old fellow,
scanning the coin, "truth or untruth,
you've had your money's worth."
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when required, purities and beautifies
th skin, cleanses the tea Id and keens
the bail live and glossy.
Soap 2, Oinmnol 2k. tnd 50c. Talma Uc.
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ask why yon ar trimming the corners
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"Ton told nie to get np a clrcula
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AOm's Foot'Eot. the sattMpuc
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Ther ar three trying periods In
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