oPyd espied mand jumped ior
theoach.door to cut m&thraugh
as I bent to
ed him. Too. agile for: him, she
pricked him and got away from
eVery slash? It, could' -not lasjt
long. -He was too ponderous., her
sword arm too much" la! dainty
woman's. -He' saw me -nearing,
gave -a savage Jungecat Sally to
make 'herspik back, then turned
upon me. " -
k Nqw happened ajwoman's'trick
which-1 still laugh at. Sally's arm
weary, she cast tlowrr weapon,
ahaV being- behind'Dud, next in
stant had both hands in his hair
woman's most'iratural'-rway of
fighting. Men brave tcface-death
cannot endure being pulledbald;,
5allyjerkedrharply with one
hand; thenthe -.other, andrevery
jhrkimade Dud wince. He lack
ed and she steered him toward&he
trees, where Kit and the roan
stood.' Gripping a keg under each
arm, J followed, ready, to use
sword if Dud broke away.
I signaled a lad to grip t more
kegs, then whistled them all into
the forest, Three-had, beea cut
dbjvnv-Half the. king's men were
on the: "ground. Once we" were
among the trees, the traps were
afrajdito.follow. u - " .
;. "Let gQ Dud's hair x boy,J' I
said to 'Sally. - j
, "He's my prisoner."
"Where with him?.'5 '
"To Forest Inn."
''Petticoats for him.-1' !
-"Sally and' I' escorted Dud back
to Edencourt, hestrapped-to his
horse and his hands 'tiedMiehind-"
BbldLy-Iwe dashed into townat
full gallop, iitched his horse to
a post inv the; public square and
fptd awkyrftayin'glitijwnsmen and
girls to malce merry at his plight.
--tTjO-jtbis.day Dudjs hwitingfor
the bay.ihat. made him into a
' "He washot at sunrise."
Down on the "Farm. v
Hiram X, P. 'Margin ain't as
smart a man as Ihe. - j ; - -
Jlube rljqw'do you "digger
that? i - : -
Hiram Why, he paid $40,000
for some fake Coptic history? and
sell me' the whole dern History oE
Civilization for atfbllar down-ahd,
a dollar ra month. Cincinnati En"
fluirer. ' '
Asbestos may be spun into
thread so fine that it requires 32,
000 feet to weigh a poiind. -
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