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ingno guns-in the crowd we had to
let him, go.
"Every hunter in. the district was
after him but he was never bagged.
"Run off my own. mountain by an
ornery old vermint! It's an insult I
got to wipe out with blood. Not with ,
my bowie, as I dreamed of doing ,
when I was young and my arms were
steel, but with a dum-dum under the
Club-Foot's method of killing cattle
was to surround the herd with his ""
shaggy band, dra win closer and clos
er, circling on hind legs, until the bel-
lowing steers began milling in a'
frenzy, thenv charge and pull down,r
their meat. A
"The shaggy king," says "Dad"
Hefner, veteran bearTiunter, "always -ate
his fill in solitary state before he'd
let any others near him."
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"Dad" Hefner, famous bear hunter, nursing his feud against the king
of grizzlies. Beloyv is'a captive king-beast of club-foot, who has inherited
the blood-lust from the'te'rrible 'Plumas sire of man-killers, recently mang- '
ling a boy who came too close to the bars of his cage in Golden Gate Park, '
San Francisco. s
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